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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rTz I r j i tHE HAZEL GREEN HER LD Established March 4 1885 Mado Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent bylfaxOlUll IFpNnjO torThoOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains RACKNTR IN ADVANCK A VKAB I FOURTEENTH YEAR Iit11I7L GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 0 1808 NUMBER 27 tflARTERDRY GOODS W 1 POIITEUS AND UKAIEIUt IX fD p G ate r AND NOTIONS LOUISVILLE KY Reference J Taylor Day Hazel Green GREEN SONS- WHOLESALE Boots SJlleS 625 W MAIN STREET rA0Txl XIrJJEjlIi MENDEL GOSLING IX 5 CO HUTS CAPS STRAW GOODS Gloves Umbrellas 627 and 629 W Main St- LOUISVILLE KY J snllhtIeworrn Coe MASITACTUnKIW AND JOKIlKltS OP GCHILDRENSI 607 West Main Streets LOUISVILLE KY tI rI= r l BW Jeans Kersey Cnssiinere Corduroy Pants and Suits DUCK COATS ire acknowledged to bo Suiurior to nay produced Sizes gunraiitcoii as niiirlad tgSOLD BY J TAYLOR DAY HAZEL GREEN KY JH ROBINSON NORTON CO LOUISVILLE KY HUGHES TONIC I OLD RELIABLE Cures VlliliSII 50c SlOO Bottles Druggists have It IMPROVEDTASTE PLEASANT RorIorttrdRobinsonPelletob t BODE HARDWARE COMPA- NYWIIOLLSALE I11BW111 and cvz SETSv CINCINNATI O Reference T Taylor Day Hazel Green R Gt I C n + 1G57 Race St I VJLO CINCINNATI The leading house for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING GOODS and NOTIONS Always havo BIG Drives Special attention to Mail Orders mEYER WISEeioltICNEEjld IMPOUTKUS AND joni gas 01 FURNISHING GOODS HOSIERY Underwear White Goods NOTIONS FANCY DRY GOODS 225227 Race St ltcytrc nrnold JIJtIIhllIINGINNATI I A IcsS zrManufacturers mud Jobbers of BOOTS SHOES RUBBERS 10 3W PEARL STREET CINCINNATI11r tIfGET VniTD NOTKIIKAIISKnvHopM N e ilttIttMrlieitIMl Catalogue olllcciirlntetl lit i1 lA krY I GENERAL NEWS HIP prosidont has decided that ho will bo unable to go South this year Tho Nebraska corn crop is estimated at 150000000 bushels and worth 87000000 inhlCisco by two pirates OroIPonfroUlmated at 14000000 Tho American lIng will bo rni l1 over San Juan Porto Rico with elaborate ceremonies Richard Mnlcom Davis Southern novelistI and educator died in Baltimore aged 70 years Tho agitation in Jamaica for annexation to Urn United States hm almost provoked violence Englishbllmurdered in the Klondike lava towns along the Mississip pi river report tho water lower than at any time since 1801 An old Georgia law requiring negroes to ride on the three rear seats in street curs is being on forcedA ros of mothers under organization month Andrew Agents formerly a news paper reporter at Providence II LI is to marry Princess Kalulani of Hawaii The gunboat Yorktown will go into commission at San Francisco in about two twolcs and will be sent to Manila The Fillipino chiefs have made a plea to the European powers for recognition of belligerency and in dependence Dairy products sold in Kansas last year were valued at 0000000 an increase of over 158 over preceding year- Congressman Bailey of Texas formally opened the Democratic campaign in Indiana with a speech at IndianapolisIAll the coast lights of Porto Ri co except thone at San Juan destroyed by Limo bombardment have been relighted Uncle Sam is establishing coal ing facilities for tho navy along the Atlantic coast from Eastport Mo to Port Royal S C- It is announced in Madrid that 10000 Spaninrds in Porto Rico have refused to live on the island under tho American flag Mrs Julia F Trout has sued Mrs Barbara Erich for 10000 at Buf falo N Yofor saying that she used pads to till out her figure Unless Spain requests that Min ister Woodford bo roturned to Madrid a now man will bo appoint od after tho conclusion of poaco To avoid going to jail as a chick Hall colored huts ii thief James consorted to ho chained and saw wood for three days at Mel oso Park Ill The American military commission in Cuba has boon instructed to notify tho Spanish military commis ion that no further delay will bo tolerated Two tea plates each 200 years old were recently sold for 1250 and Ali respectively at the old Satterhau mansion in Pal Iingston Buck county Pa The supposed remains of Martin Tanson a Wisconsin soldier who lied at Ponsacola Fin wore found upon arrival at Greon Bay to be hoso of another man John Pierman in tho Montgom crycounty Pn jail awaiting trial for arson has confessed to setting iro to IS buildings in Pottstown from April 1S97 to August 1898 The absence in Europe of threo European ambassadors to tho United States has given rise to a story connecting thorn with tho Amori anSpanish pence negotiations nt Paris o = = L t + JJJer 11 11 qSTi11 lnH t When I was n young follow 1 I liodon fathers farm down thorn in Connecticut Youve soon the place Tho clurch was near the tavern and behind tho church was tho parsonage and thero lived Dominio Wheeler and his daugh ter Dolly On Saturdays after I had my supper I used to dress myself and tell my mother that I meant to call on Dominio Wheel ors folks Mother generally an swered that I couldnt do bettor that the Dominios conversation was suro to bo improving and that Dolly was not hitytity like some gals she could mention Father would add And n grot ty littlo critter too And armed with parental approval I would go to tho parsonage It was a good time to go for the sermon had to bo finished as a general thing on that owning and 1011and 1 had delightful long talks in those solitary moments and one evening I proposed to Dolly and slit accepted me Time dominie gave us his blessing fath or and mother said they could not have chosen a daughterinlaw to suit thom butter and all they ask ed was that wo should wait a littlo while My daughter is not seventeen years old yet snit tho dominie You must not be in a hurry to take her from mtWait two years and you will lit threoandtwenty and Ill give you tho river farm mull build you a house said father Our courso of true love seemed to be running very smooth indeed and I would have staked my lifo and soul a pretty heavy stake on my constancy But somehow 1 think Satan thought wo wore too happy and laid a trap for mo Doctor Robins widow a manag ing woman with a big house was in tho habit of taking summer boarders and every year a lot of city strangers wandered about tho place from Juno to September When Dolly fill 1 had been en gaged about a year and a half tho widow had 80 boarders in her house and Iko find Edwin anti all tho male holp slept in tho barn There was ono young lady there a Miss Sally Grey so pretty that o ryono who saw her was talking about it And I was introduced to her Somo women havo a way of snaking a man act against his butter judgment Sho was ono of then I did not moan to flirt with her but I did I did slot moan to meet her in shady lanes and in tho quiet wood paths but wo n1lti Sho knew I suppose Iko Robins had told her about tho engage mont and SilO teased me about ho ing afraid of my sweetheart uSuch a good prim little thing sho would say Is she dreadfully shocked at mo Does she think I urn n flirt Does she pray for mo in mooting I felt angry but yet I wits piqued into proving myself free to do as 1 liked At a littlo evening party to which wo woro asked I danced ivo dances with her and when jit last my conscience smote me and I wont to look for Dolly I found sho had gone home Sho said hor pa wanted her said Mrs Robins but II toll you plainly James Gardener I dont boliovo it and for my part 1 dont seo what people find to ad mire in that impudent Now York girl If my Tilly behaved like her Id shut her up on bread and water until sho reformed 1 hurried away but the parson ago was shut up when I got thoro ind I spout an hour walking up uid down before the house staring xt tho dark windows Into time soouied very long till Limo next evening and J wont over to tho parsonage very early but Dolly was not thoro Shes gone to spend tho owning somewhere said the dominie kindly I supposo sho forgot to leave word for you to come for i hor Sho isnt very well oither a cold I supposo I know I gen orally caught cold nt a party whon I was young and attended such on tertainments I hope shell be careful Hon poor mother died of consumption leapIoven dead anti I wont out into the kitchen to ask tho servant if Dol ly had loft any message for mo- She said sho wouldnt bo home tonight answered Nora at least this evening I moan and sho did not leave word where sho had gone Nora understood I saw I felt terribly injured and I made up my mind to revenge myself by spending tho evening with Sally Groy She WIS at homo tho servant girl said and I found hor waiting in the parlor for mo Vo had it to ourselves Mrs Robins never came in nor any of the boarders indeed it was now growing Into in tho sensor and they woro almost all gone moray 1 novor knew how to flirt before Sally Groy taught me how that night and when I took leave of her 1 was impudent onough to tell her I should like to kiss her Do it if you desire said site And then I Yes I kissed her i told as 1 did it tho door opened wo started apart and thoro stood Dolly Sho had seen it all Ml loft my bonnet hero she said Mr Isaac is going homo with mo and I canto to got it Sorry to disturb you Sho was very cool and contemptuous Sho tied her bonnet on at tilt glass i throw her little mantle over her shoulders and went out Next day sho broke our engage ment and sort me back my ring The next week I loft homo and wont to sea Sent ono had told mo that Dolly way going to marry Ike Robins Mother wrote to mo often and never mentioned Dolly and I nov er asked about hor 1 lived with men generally on tho son and had no thought of liking or caring for any woman 1 always intended to go homo and see the old folks hut they died ofn fever within two days of each other Roil a stranger finally sent mo tho news Lawyer Dredgers saw to tho os tate and did what 1 asked him to do with tlin motley I did not need it thou but it would keep mo from being n beggar in my old ago And still 1 sailed tho son until 40 years old an accident happened to mo which canto near being my death It did not kill mo or cripple me but I1 was no longer fit for n sailors life and thoro was noth ing loft for me but to settle down on land and live on my money i and so J wont home at last to talk to Lawyer Dredgers and got his advice 1 felt very sad as T walked through tho village My parents were goal no ono remembered mo i II l placeThe to mako my money profitable to me and I was richer than 1 dreamed When all tho business was over I took n moonlight stroll through the street It was 20 years since I kissed Sally Grey and lost my lovo by it hut nothing had tilter ed in tho outward aspect of tho place People woro sitting on thoir lorclios aa of yore the sane flow rs Koomcd to bloom in tho gardens i the sumo loungers to stand around Jio tavern door i Limo sumo young non and girls to hang upon tho gnrdon gains It was odd to think that tho girls might ho the laugh tors of those I knew thorn stood the church i there the parsonage I walked toward it limo windows of tho sitting room were open I drew softly near and peeped in There was Dominio Wheeler looking vory much older sitting exactly as ho used to sit beside tho table his red handkerchief over his knees a cup of ten in his hands Dolly ho said And from an inner room came a woman largo handsome and highcolored who said Well father DollyYeslooking now and sho looked so matronly that I immediately con cluded that sho was Mrs Isaac RobinsStill I could not leave tho win dowIt was my ono glimpso of boru I said to myself for years past M and years to come Well father sho said And turned smiling toward him Ive boon thinking it over Dolly ho BnidlJ think it would bo oightItar marry Mr llraham Ho in very fond of you You liko him + I am sure Is it for my sake you say 1102 Sho bent over him and put hor hands on his shoulders doingtowoman seldom does in thoso mat tors I should not have to leave you so it is not for your sake much as I love you But I do not care for Mr Rraham I have only lifomyfirsthim away from me and ho had done very wrong i but I think now that wo both loved each other I know that even now I cannot for got him and that I shall never forgot him while I live There woro tears in her eyes sue brushed thorn away In anoth or inonumt I was at tho door sho opened it I hold out both my hands Thoso were Dollys girlish ayes that looked at mo and I caught her in my arms 1 havo conto back to bo forgivi on Dolly I said and I saw that I had not eomo in vain Public Salo of Stock Crop o fly roforonco to handbills printed at this oHico InRt wool it will bo soon that N B Graham of Gill moro crook has routed his farm and that on Saturday the Slit inst he will oxposo to public smile four horses 18 head of cattle a lot of hogs 100 to 000 bushels of corn his household and kitchen furni ture etc Mr Graham has purchased the residence recently built by J Frank Murphy of this place mid as ho will soon move to Hazel Green he has no use for stock or crop those who attend the sale thoroforo may buy bargains Tho terms will bo made known at salo 522ALL WOMEN I J fmcTEtrrns of all the paIn- andslckncssfrom which women suffer Is caused by weakness or derangement In the organs o- fmenstruatlon Nearly always when a woman la not well these organs are affected But when they are strong and healthy a woman Is very seldom sick WIfleof401U1 EIREES j regubtlonIt cures all female troubles ItItIs equally effective for the girl In her teens the young wire with domestic and maternal cares and periodknown a They all need It They are all benefltted by It oyspeeWdlreellons DepartmontThawxs TcrustJJI TftO J COOPER Tupelo MfttTTMTtt I 4 Mr filter luflered horn Tory IrregttUf ti and painful monitruiUon end doctor1 could not rtlltvthir Wine of Cirtri entlrel cured hr and else moths Wreupi tie Ctlptt of UNN X u ray b tJ ifr1 fl1f1t 1 itih I r J r J f j J I S- 1h Pt 1 flPrI tJ I t rt I I rJ1P c 4J J fill JC cAtr 1 Dt 7L I Copyright ttg6 by P Tennyson NeelyJ I CHAPTER I There was more than one reason why Fanny McLnne should not hnvencccpteit 1 the Graf tons Invitation to visit them nt FortScdgwIch Perhaps that wns why she never mentioned the matter to her sister Mrs Parr until that lady surprised her in the midst of the pack ing Where arc you going inn was the query half aggrievetl halfaggres sive the tone In which an elder often addresses a younger sister who has evi dently presumed to contemplate some journey without previous consultation and consent- I Why I thought you knew Go lug to spend a week or two with the Brattons The Oraf tons Fanny McLnnc You 1ont mean youre going to Fort Scdg wick I Thats their station answered Mrs MuLnuc with slight nccess of color Mrs Parry hnd not yet tented herself She was still standing at the Open tlnor way glnnelng quickly from trunk to trunk In the sunshiny but littered roost Now she took n step forward hevKnteil nne moment no she looked at the maid servant bending busily over a great Saratoga anti In Iamb show Intimated to her sister that she wished Ithnt open Cycd openeared domestic elsewhere Hut Mrs MoLnne was blind to nay ntgnnli Indeed she nccmcd nt the mo meal to hi nil It ncciMary to supervise I sons of Annettes work noting which symptom Mrs Parrys scruples van ir ked 11Fanny you kaow perfectly well thats the last place on earth you should go to now and Mr MuLnne not a year In his gravel A redder spot burrs In each fair cheek tintin ydung willow turns quick ly and faces her accuser And why not pray The Grnftons are the oldest dearest friend I hoent least she Is 8 And Handy Merrfiunlsntr Ithere 1 Mipposc nor his plain wife 1Mr Menlinns whcrcnhnuts Is n millt ler of entire indifference to me as you ought to have the decency to Iknow Charlotte Ought to be matters cf Indifference 3 concede but 1 have grunt doubts ns do whether they are ns you say Then keep your doubts and Mipl rlons to youmclf Charlotte mid Mr 1lclnmielehthi brimming eyes and burn lilt checks This IH no place to speak of such man I ten and theI brimming c yes which their owner tried heed to Induce to blnse Instead of brim turn significantly toward Annette busily parking nnd assiduously feign Ing tinconseioiiyrcss anti then almost1 defiantly turn back to her sister I know perfectly well what you manta Frances responds tthe elder and when Charlotte anti Frnnccs were adopted lm t ctil of Lot nnd Inlltmeant thnt the norornl relations were more than shunned til gavc you every ulpnnl Ingenuity could suggest but you wouldnt ace You didnt want to see became you thought Ithat nuil here Mrs1 Parry in dicates the kneeling Annette with n nod of her very stylishly coifed head thnt would hiep me from speaking Hut this Is n ease where duty Cillo not be neglected Fanny arc you In your right sensoaV Iu every one of the seven Charlotte aind 1 dont mean to listen to abuse You know perfectly well Dr Mellon said 1 needed change Ycll then go to New Orleans go to llertnudn go to St Augustine go to St Petersburg Fan anywhere on earth rather than Fort Sedgw Ich any where under heaven except wlurc nun Oolph Merriam happens to be unless you would have me believe you lost 10Rut here with solemn mien enters the mole biped who officiates as butler linll boy nail major donut nt the Char end mi tintsn card upon the salver In Ills pudgy hand and Mrs Parry nearly chokes in the necessity for sudden stop Ask Mr Swinburne up says Mrs JfeLnne promptly barely glancing nt the blockbordered card and evidently glad of the Interruption Now Char lotte not another word unless you wish me to show how indignant I nm to every visitor who comes 1lInnel MrsMeLnne IK busfy bathing her Hushed cheeks nl ready How does my hair loot 1 who ndds turning Inquiringly toward the defeated elder sure thnt whatever cause of quarrel there may be thnt nt least is subject for truce Your hair Is all right responds her ulster with marked emphasis am ns marked n sense of baffled purpose I wish the rest of your head were us well balanced You dont expect me to see Mr Swinburne I suppose Mr Swinburne certainly doesnt ex jpect to see you He la coming mainly on business i 4 i f Jit You might far better listen to 1118e business ns you call It even this soot than go near lands Merriam Charlotte I will not listen to you HII you cannot stay here without Insulting fr ine with every other word you would much butter go home and stay home mi ill you can speak sensibly And withI this Mrs McLnnc darts past her tutu the passageway and HO on to the parlor front of her suite of apartments just ns time little electric indicator tells that this elevator has stopped and that tome one IsI nt time entrance door It JsII Swinburne n w cll preserved mutton 1 ihop whiskered carefullygroomed fellow of 15 nnd Swinburne bows delight wily over the slender white bund of the pretty nail youthful willow mill disap pears with her within the cozy parlorrHow long inns Mrs McLnnc been packing asks Mrs Parry presently of the maid How long mum Oh two or three days only though we got down the trunks mum on Wednesday last is Annettes reply Four trunks and four days packing to upend a week or no at n frontier post sans Mrs Pnrry to herself with Increasing wrath Then turning she sweeps through th hallway with the mien of nn offended queen passes time parlor duo with barelyI n glanceI at tIll bright cheery Interior lets herself out with a snap nail a slam and stands angrily tapping her daintily hooted foot on tin rug In front of the cage un til the elevator noiselessly answers her signal curd then lowers her to the nil male pavement of the ground lloor To Mr Ihtrrya olllee she says to the conchmnn nx she enters the waiting en fringe null is whirled rapidly away down the avenue past the dancing waters of the inks yeti alit crles 20 minutes later as KIC precipitates herself Into Mr Iar rys groundglass eitadel nt the roar ot the bigONemnhnt am 1 todo Fan Is actually packed mind really to start for Fort Sedtrewich where Mrl Mcr rinm Is stationed Ned Iturns slowly toward lice trying not to show in hits deepbrown eyes how pleased he IIs ntI the sight of his hand some helpmeet The first thing you here to do Mrs Parry when you come tto this ollloo for advice Is to pay the- mspoutlscustomary retaining fee he ns he takes her carefullygloved hand in his and bends forward for a kiss She recoils pleased yet provoked He should have been startled nt tier reve lation even thought ho did wish for her hiss Is that the customary retaining fee sir Hhu asks demurely forgetful for till moment of the portentous news she bring II heard you had quite a number of feminine client So many thnt my partiiern find it dtfilcult to straighten out their ac fountIs us IIclu their stories Pardon me Mrs Parry did you say 1 wa retained ItII owl the junior member of the dlstlnguiNhcd linn of IIrueme Kayburn X Parry again hcmta downward toward the glowing face Youre almurd Ned If tints what you mean replied Mrs Parry secretly delighted nt the loverlike ways of her lord Ive a mind not to pay any Ithing You shouldnt charge members of the family I dont he answers reflectively in all eases Theres Aunt Mildred for In stance nnd Aunt Charlotte and grand tug but you and Fan now Fan Why should she k consult you Why do you know Lot Ive never once asked her She might Kcleet sonic other fellow in the thrum and k consult hits Ned youre simply horrid now I never did like you when you tried to be funny You know 1 never Interrupt you hero unless Im troubled about something and youre just laughing nt me instead of sympathizing and Mrs Ned pretends to pull away her hands but conspicuously falls One of the llrst principles of my large mil successful practice Mrs Parry Ila to secure prepayment of time retaining fee In all cases where I have reason to believe the client will subsequently net contrary to my advice When yen hr Ah that will have to do I presume though It came with a bail grace And now you say Fan is going to Sedgwlek Yes and Bandy Mcrrlams hardly been morrtvil a month longer than Mr McLnnes been dead Astounding1 coincidencel I Hut Bran dy IH mnrrlcti isnt he Jlandy Neil not Brandy how your mind runs to such things Welt toward hive p m the finn docs feel like running to such things my bet beloved nail is only deterred froinj lolngsO by the fact that a touch of the button makes It do the running AVhnt J l7 Jball Forifcr for you1 AnMr Parry transfers her left hand to Its mate re posing In his left and stretches forth the right toward his desk I wan1 nothing she answered but advice and no more nonsense Nod appealing what ought I todo What can I do 1 Are you sure yet can do just what I tellyouLdt he asks n fond light play Ing In his eyes despite the halfteas lug smile Of contuse I 11 n Dont Ialway- siiellahemI I have known In stances IJut you will do just what I sayYes Ned I will Then your ladyship lot her go and worry I dont I havent a bit Why then you have known She was going she hna told you She hasnt 1 learned it from Swin burne When Three days ago And you never told me Ned re Proachf ally Fact says Ned sagely and sententiously You would have protested She would have bran the morn obsti nately determined There would have been a row oil nil to no purpose Fan has had her own way since she cut her llrtt baby tooth nnd theres nothing on earth so independent as n welltodo young widow Swinburnes found that out Ned I cant bear Swinburne but Id- ather shed marry himtas soon as Its decent to marry omybodytiau go out there and thug herself in Knndy Mer rlnms way ngiin Hverybody knows the story Yes It wu rather a public exhibition- of mittengiving Ill admit says Parry rellectlvelv and not two years ago either he added Then suddenly Lot what sort of fellow Is Capt Graf ton A very dignified majestic personage a good deal older than she is you know limit shes devoted to him and he to her Theres a woman who doesnt do as the pleases let me tell1 you Capt irafton will have no nonsense going on mnvr his rose anti Ill tell Fan that I IIslim thinlu to resume her old lllrtitou l with Mrrrinm shvIl have to blind Graf ton first My1 love you forget the compact loll not to tell Fan anything except gOOd by l4 you maysend our re gards to Merrian by her lies a par ticularly nice fellow if she did throw I I r What am I to nor him over for old McLnno and hits for tune And Mrs Parry I shouldnt be s llpll ell if our particularly pert and pretty sister were taught a very valu able lesson Therefore do as IIsay let her go Gal 1 mean let hCI o1nc1 talking of going suppose you drive me Route with you Well stop and see Fan a mll1l1te1I1II1 Sivi alum rime And stop they do finding the broker magnate stilt there though In evident straits Is it possible for a man in love to molt pltmS mil nt tho coming of vis liars in the midst of even a prolonged teteatete Swinburne doesnt lie looks Infinitely distressed and Parry doesnt fail to remark It HulloSwInbiirne Whod a thought of seeing you here at this hour 1 sup posed you never missed a tiny like this for a drive yet your team isnt at the doorXorI had business to discuss with Mrs McLanc before her start for the westn journey which I had miich hoped to hear Mrs Parry has dissuaded her front taking Oh bless you mini responds Parry cheerfully The doctor advises change of scene and air doesnt he Fan And Sedgwlcks the very place for both Theres no scenery within ten miles of It and theres more air than they know what to do with ten hours out of 12 It blows a blizzard there six times a week doesnt it Fnnt Then 1 presume the residents of the post must be unusually charming to offset such monotony of landscape and such objectionable climate says Swin burne stiffly and looking ruefully nt the fair young widow I have not time honor of anybodys acquaintance there he adds Sol says Parry Why theres Cnpt nail Mrs Grafton old friends of Fans you know thnt Is Mrs Grafton Is nail theres Lieut Merrinm splendid fellow that We knew him 50 well Antithereswith his battery Ila user to Visit us often then Merriam was philandering o about Fan IlcreOh yes theres a raft of pleasant people there Mrs MoLanca pretty face at tIlls juncture is n study She is flushed al most tearful ready to pull Ned Parrys hair in wrath yet hardly able to restrain her merriment at sight of Swin bttrnc who sits in openmouthed ills may For downright mischief a broth crinlaw has opportunities accorded no other mortal and Parry is at once her torment and her delight Mrs McLani has been known to say that Charlotte took n very mean advantage of her In having met him first and landed him before he ever saw the sunshine of her own lovely blue eyes Very little alike were these two sis tern despite the fact that Ihey hind lived most of their life together Educated abroad by n benevolent aunt after tin lentil of their devoted mother the girls had returned to America the gret ear of the Columbium fetes and Charlotte the elder by two years hind met Net Parry n rising anti1 successful young lawyer before they had been home n month was engaged to him before the autumn leaves were fallingbefore Far even dreamed that anything of time kind was III contemplation for she at the moment was having what she termed n simply deliriously delightful time at the Point lIarriotPalmerh especial friend nt school both nt home and abroad had married Capt Grafton early that spring Fan making almost her first appearance In society as one of the bridesmaids on that occasion and being much impressed with time tic otions of time groomsman assigned to her a handsome soldierly fellow by the name of Merriam He vns an ofll cer several years the junio of Capt Grafton but being of the captains reg iment anti conveniently stationed at West Point he had been called into requisition with others of his cloth and a very pretty wedding they had had And then as luck would have it Grafton himself was offered n detail at the academy and rather than take his bride to time far frontier so soon after their marriage he accepted it nice there they spent the summer and there in July Miss Frances Hayward jolted them at Mrs Graftons urgent request nnd there did Kntuloph Merriim fall deeply and devotedly in love with her and no one wondered Iy for and away time was time prettiest girlllIt the Point that summer and Mcrriiim was con ceded to hen mighty lucky fellow when very soon after the anrouccmcnt of Charlotte Ilavwards fort heomirg mar ringe to Kdward Parry 1o allowed him self to he congratulated r on his en gagement to her younger later And he hail every tight to consider himself cmaged She hnd accepted his attention his devotions laeniinlly kin riiv anti also his presents lie hums called upon Aunt and facie Mellon in New York tilt guardians of the girls and startled theta out of a equanimity by the announcement that MKs1 hay- ward had accepted time offerof leis heart nail hand conditioned only on their con sent which he hcsoiigh them to give TO lit POSTINURD ABOUT WOLVES Sonic InleriKlliiK Knot HHntiMl hy IIIttller The gray wolf is n creature of tin storm many think because it Iis sc fierce nail because like Ithe eagle it plays in strong winds seeking the ex posed places nail delighting to get on Knmo point of rock where time gale blows most fiercely One mOil says that It require an expert to distinguish be tweet a wolfs howl and the hrioking of a high winds Wolves are good husbands providingh food for their families with time ut most tare hunting far anti near Indian times raiding sheep folds and the deer covers with an impartiality flint rouses Ithe farmer nndtheswortsman Men who hunt for business kill the wolves In n businesslike way They shoot a cow or deer sprinkle strychnine on time flesh and then go away Frequently wolves are near by watching thin hunter while he Is at work but the man toes not shoot them When the mnn goes time wolves come cat some of time meat and then go tum bling over the ground in mortal agony Wolves lire knowing beasts Arti ificial trap baits have few charms for them save when they can come In over the hack of a pen and take time meat without danger They hunt in packs led by some beast of great prowess that has gained its leadership by fighting nil the wolves of the pack The mule wolf will not bite a female wolf For est and Stream Not So IVIni Johnnie aged six recently attended church and after listening attentivelyI to a disvotire on the parable of the wise anti foolish hoiisebuildcrs said tc his mother on the way home I dont think time mnn who built his house on the rock was so very wise after all Anti why not Johnnie asked his mother Because answered tho young observer he wouldnt have any place for a cellar Chicago Evening News Making n hail Fling Wnrne pottrnltOrentous face Where did you find that sit terArtist IJortraItMymistakeresemhlalmceTit a 4nRr SCHOOL AND CHURCH if There are 50000 Protestant flhrffc tines in the Turkish empire Philadelphia has six Presby i tfor churches with over 1000 comtnualI cants each TIll A iiimtonTi Bible society has sent 3500 Spanish New Testaments to San tinge de Cuba J The oldest university In the world 1ii Is that of Peking which has graduateda 00000 students lcxpendl shot work last year A missionary now laboring in China 4 expresses the belief that there are noW J fully 1MOOOO Christians in the Chinese empireMiss Margaret Geddes the first a young woman to obtain the degree of doctor of medicine from Edinburgh unhaslty followed up her gradua flout by getting married on the same r day to another doctor The new secretary of state is the i third nlummm of Drown university to j occupy that post William L Marcy was graduated in 180S and Richard Olney in 1850 Col Hay taking htsd gree two years later In 1858 In all Cuba there is olllOtiC Protestant church HpTscopalinn in the city of Havana It has been aided 1000 n year by the American IKpisco pal church There is no rector there 5 now limit lay services are held for the edification of the 20 members remain j ing Most of the refugees belonging i to it have come to Tampa Fin where llev Jose Duertn of time Congriiga tlonalI Home Missionary society con ducts services for theta ri COURAGE OF BISMARCK l The Iron Clinnccllor AVnn Cool UvcM J- VllVII HlH IlfK VllH 4 III Inzsgerrj t In 1SOO nismarek was returning to his home front the palace where he t1 had been to see the king While past t fur through the street called Untert den Linden and quite near the place where Hoedel anti Nobellng afterward J attempted till life of rlliiliamu he suddenly heard a shot tired close be Mime him He turned sharplyI around and saw a young noun who with a a smoking revolver was aiming nt He strode iii to the man at once himII seized the arum that held the while1 with the other hand he raspedj the throat of time wouldbe mnderer 11 The latter however hums hind time to t pass the weapon Into his left hand amid now fired three shots In quick suc J cession llisniiirck felt himself hurt in the shoulder and in sine of his ribs limit he held his assailant fast until sorce z soldiers camo up unit took hold of him f Tiara Hismnrck walked house at1 brisk pace amid reached his own house ti lung before anybody there could know j what hall happened The countess had J some friends with her when her husband entered the drawingroom lIe greeted all in a friendly manner and begged to be excused for a few minutes as he heel KOIIIC urgent busljji nesstoatteatlto He then walked Into the next room where his desk stood and wrote to Inform the king of time oc currence Having attended to thh duty he returned to till drawingroom and made one of his little standing jukes Well are we to have no dinnerii 4tismheartily of time dishes set before hits tumid it was only when the dinner wns over thnt he walked up to time countess kissed her on time fore head wished her in the old German way Gespgnete Mahlzeit mny your mealI be blessed and then added You see I am quite well She looked i up at him Well he continued you must tint be anxious my child some hotly has tired at me but it is nothing j as you see InI IS50 when the tide of political j j thClitormIIIf I by the presence of his friends began ijy to abuse a member of the royal family J Hismarek looked at him and sold tquietly If you have not left this room bt t rorehOI finished my beer Ill break this glass over your head which be I proceeded to do according to Ills prom 1 ise calmly paying for the broken g115 afterward and walking leisurely awaf 1 Chicago Inter Ocean Where Life In IoiiB f 1 More people over 100 years old aro thtblghlrN census of the German empire of a pop J I tdatinmtofi50000OOonly 7Shnvepassed ii with a the hundredths year France ttennllalllin Ireland oia and In Scotland 46 Sweden has 10 undo Norway 23 BehjW 5 Denunnrk 2 Sw note Spals i 1S000000bas40- fpersnns with a population of over 100 years of age Ot Ibh 2250000 inhabitants of Servia 575p a mark have the centurysons passed liiuiI It Is said that the oldest persdn whose age has been proven Is Rra Cot rim born In Africa and nowlinl 1itAyears Lloyds London Weekly flkMY 1 4 II4 l y 4 ic jvj NY- f r FROM THE PEOPLE r Slrtbc ncjpuiillciin aiuliiimrHtlo il V Trice to geeyleldthe Trena y V republican contemporary Is handy A Ia flMires but not handy enough Ifdefending the financial policy of McKinlcys administration it iiir a wonderful faculty to bungle k ikecs is to misleadti things Its purpose more Ee public glaring but It succeeds the administrations out in mal rtthods of filching time public It says itiat by luly ii 15JJ the cost of time rmv and navy including time cost of cxpcmUIlyres will have L50000000 Meanwhile the special war tax will Kte yfeldeal up 150000000 This will ace the war debt and current ext Jf ondallrc1he Dhmig00y00arifttlwilllhavte Welded a surplus of 500 000 byI July b leaving n deficit of only 44000 ijW That iis to say by next ltfy time country will have by taxation nod easy duties reimbursed the treasury all ordinary and extraordinary ex 110111 Of the war establishment the little balance of 44000000 flat is very good indeed or would be Jiilt were not true that the Dingley Iw will not only leave a surplus of koooooCOj hut a positive dillilt of BYrc than that suns jUut tFumlllg that our uontcmpor j frys figures are correct What then Mat do they prove They prove that- Iie prople iii e being most unmerel1 tl There was a net Valance the tri aMiry of considerably ever yd1OOlOP I when war was declared tisd subs qvctitly JlfMOfl0ono of bonds were solo tIll sppeial war tax will Field 1 lJiiwioio and after paying the torrent expenses of the government other tltn the win departnutit the Ipjngley trill will yield a surplus of fjjOOCooO making a graid total of fC6OCOfii J to provide for liViOornOOO fyr war tid navy expenditiircs up to July 1M Who gets the balance of ty6000QH It seems by our eon WOllidlbel war excise tn Then why keep on I robbing the people Why was time ex tse tax law cnaeled in he first place tThe treasury surplus 1111111the bond is iiiie abrogates iOUOO00 more than cost of the war and the mainte Ibe of the entire war establishment July isW What has become or i batIi to become of that surplus of JWOOOiHO To what purpose will the slWOOfircUui efwar exeite taxes be di terlcd I Who will get the 0UOOCOO itbat the IDirgley law wifl pile up The facts art the war tux revenue will late to be used to make good the Mcit tb Diijfley bill creates an- dtheS3utlrrruleftover from the treas UIU1IiI artl the bond sale will be found UUIT the head of miseellane ftus Items in the disbursement she- of I the rpllctis ledger ilut adroitly WTcrctl ianlnll City Star l llnnna and 31oKluUy- i Many luop who entertain no great i McKinleylllKnrn of peace has apparently sub ftcl Miu once more to the domina heiaergedttl turning of th protocol llauna has ytdually rsKuiucrt his former attitude olboss to till ridminisrann He talks ol the prcsilents views in re hi11rfreL Mte house TIt old Irm of MeI and i theelgurttrelhlents friends If the president an put n stop jo it he ought to do so MI In 1111111 fill and humiliating spec lmneriennsripuhliemns4kudrmocrats heavyWeIw theCtltrd1 himselfkijsail1 to himself to assert his manhood hieryar lrn o K IllawitigThe t tnl CS smallest In Iio years It was about JgotMoorwO forberernnr l smaller4nff platformpolled moretGaur This IK n good i l l thetladblows reJIlLjir Party this year nod that the t jurats of the country are lining 1 goodonntNovembertitreslightest dotib Samon county und the Seventeenth Nret will WKOJ back Into the dem RegisLei fktliseasr removing Algcr will not cure That would be only doc toR symptom The remedy lies In lbu g from ntttllority time party re cxtosufferingupon the country St Louis Ke t 1 rc r V wide As TO ALGERISI Not xfo flathlteDeninnd IVarThe hue and cry that has been raised against the mismanagement of tho wnr department was taken njat the outset b newspopersofhoweverthepraisefornttltudeduringThe scandalous blunders which oncldeclopeel department Heluuhcnnorgans the megaphone variety excepted were not slow to Had the cause of the trouble They printed the facts as txplolteelthemupon the ability or motives of the president These newspapers are still clamorous for the truth They would sustain guiltylimemanufacture evidence from n theme so unpopular as the inability of out of ficials to care for our soldiers The poverty 1 ignorance and cruelty of the methods followed by the Will depart- mailt are not good material upon which to base a political issue nor would time snot reckless partisan or grin advance charges so repulsive toI American pride without being sure of its rouudIDhntjrrccablc as it is the misman agement of the war department Is III fact The llnnnnerat apologists admit that Secretary Algcr was uiitit for the position lie held without occupying before ami during the war To the demands of the public nail prers gen rally they shriek charges of polit Zeal prejudice overlooking or you cealing the fact that the more iiilclll geut pullieaion of their own party also demanTTtruth nail justice in tie- Rso at isiRnes much of the IruUi as virild be gleaned from personal nh servation mid private sources liaR bra printed fearlessly What all fairminded people want is nil the truth arid nothing more nor less It so happens that this can come only from a republican administration Thn far public indignation njrniiut Algerism Iis anything but a partisan howl The iiisolen mouthing i of nit a- like+ Fnator llauna and Steve mId 1111 are calculated to direct public senti ment against the administration of which they are a part and to force the president and his party to make common enlist against time popular will The persistence with which Mr McKinley clings to his socalled friends without regard to their merits 01 the tights of the people IIR another inlliieree which will not fail to bring odium upon the republican party It this thculd be the result of his alleged determination to shield his friciid Al grr the controversy may grow into a national issue hut Mr MeKiiilcy can blame nobody hail himself and his had advisers S t Louis Ucpublic- PARAGRAPHIC d POINTERS TIll navys cryvns Remember tIll Maine The armys cry will be Kemcmber Algerttiea Observer Murk llanua says he knows lthc war department is all right bemuse he was there nearly all the time Heres a chance for Alger to stand from underSt Louis Republic Alger and his beneficiaries till incompetents and heir reladves nail friends are talking glibly of the nee essary horrors of war and military camps in time of war The wrecking nod ravaging of our volunteer army are not horrors of war but horrors of Algerism And for theirinnthnumitc after they became known William Mc Kinley made himself responsible N Y World President leliinleyvas none hiv first intention too quick in abandoning to refuse an investigation of AlgerismI and to make hU admlnlstra tint responsible for it Already the first intimations were becoming n lid hide In his party tint if McKinley were to shoulder Algerism the republicans would need to look elsewhere than to tIlt white Jiouf for their candidate in 1on01 Y Tost The ofllcial fatally of tIll admin istradon Hared in with the Idea that IOn public oflice is n private snap and they have managed the affairs of the government along that line This is how the republican lenders have been manufacturing democratic campaign thunder and they may be assured flint the clcmocrn tic party will make it sound to the uttermost parts of tic country and weave In a goose tummy streaks of lightning too Kansas City Times The election in Vermont has set all the republican organs at work to find an explanation of the phenomenal results reached by the popular vote It Is a surprise party and no mistake The democrats Increase their poll for governor by n very respectable llgure tho republicans lose to n degree which urn less sure state would mean defeat while In the legislature time democracy makes what is a stupendous gain In representnti n oomptratlvcly consid ered Boston Pcst i wI- T jT at f ny Cfi k LBiROESa IUnealIera14The ot hcartnndoJiportunitherolamdurinof 101 Scdg wick Street Ile15anAustrhan by birth came to America at the ago of twenty and became an- Americancitizen He was living nt- Mihaukeo when the call for volun teers came early in 1802 and he ue rtenna a wound promptly enlisted in Company A of the Twentysixth Winconwn Volunteers In the Army of the Potomnc lIe saw much fight ing campaigning m the Shenandoah Valley I In the first days fnchtini at the battle of Gettysburg Schiifcncder received a wound in the right side which afterward caused Nina much trouble With a portion of his iIj regiment he was captured and imprisoned at Hell Island and Andcreonville and afterward exchanged lie returned to his regi lent which was transferred to the army of General Sherman and marched with him through Georgia to the sea la this campaign Mr SchifTcncdcrs old I wound began to trouble him and he was sent to the hospital nut then home He hail also contracted catarrh of the stomach and yearsI of Dr Williams Pink fills for Pale People about n year ago he said and thought that they might he good for my trouhle I con ehllllIllo try them I bought one box and I begun to take theta according to directions They gave me great relief After llnishiiig that box I bought another and when I lath taken the pills licit that 1 was cured 1 recovered my appetite and ate heartily 1 can testify to the pond the pills did me Mr SchilTeneilcr iis a prominent Grand Army roan in Chicago whittler he moved tome years ago with hums family CcncTnlly the Case What a great bore that Fimperlinpisl Still he would leiive a very enroll hole in the world if he were taken away Chicago livening News llnltN Cndirrlt Cum Is a Constitutional Cure I rice 75c Putting Into Practice Miinmm = Doro thy do you know who ate my raisin + Y Dorothy turning over till leaves of her Wink more rapidly Mamma you told mo ypntcrcUy MllIIlithingi are better left tin said Isnt that one of them Judge Took on time day after her arrival Pltwsp mum Im u bit fierce nt times and when Islim Ibrv Im apt to hen bit rough s token hut you neednt lot that put you uuiwuysbring1 i A man never feels more foolish than irhcn he silH around at thl mutation and lets his train leave him Washington Demo crat e The InrollII to tink oU dc New goldlnwli there HH dcy Iin to de Klondike Puck Little TIMilla what does infra dig ileatikethem words again Cleveland Leader e Fome people cure filomach trouble by dialing but the cure ini worse than the dii eate Washington Democrat We wonder why most thins we like to eat are so hUld to tlictllUhinRton nelll ncratPapa dear hole these waterproof soles called gutta IlulmII Hccausc my lad they enable you to perch in the gutter without getting wet7 itHits f uitorSirloveyour Itlunt proveIImiladclphia A woman always enjoys ripping up some thing useful to nmahe something ornamental Chicago Daily News Political fences arc usually of lima old patleemiChieagoDtily 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a acting perfectlyI nwful and she flounced nut of the room while he laughed sardonically Detroit lice Press Ttio War IN Over And now our thoughts nfl all of peace and homo There are too often people to be found who have no home and it is to them these few wont lire addressed If you real lyI want n home you cam cosily get one limit relapsePlumIIn Maiiiutto County Wisconsin the very incut fanning land is to bo lad now at a most modest figure Kxrellcnt home mar kcts tire lit hllllr to lake whatever time tomit tr raises and pood price ore given These land are on the Chicago Milwaukee t- IulI ItnilwMv and full infofmntiou run ceiiMiig pleat will cheerfully he furnished by IE Hnlliiix Immigration Agent 101 li tjalle Street Chienga +tm IlmMtruux DcCron Mny ill intensely feminineI girlsWellday if her horse couldnt wear shoes a size smaller 1uck Dropsy rented free bv 1r11 iL Greens FOIIH ot Atlanta u nil greatest dropsy fjHcinlistN III the world Head their ulvcr titfcmcnt in niiulhii column of 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pofti11- From PhMrmiicy OUaT L tuotiily Illuitrnted to anybody tending V f DISCOVERY 1vie LIVWf O I quirk cea6Mrea T i PISOS sat Ot Ia Moire fI I 1t + t- R I S fY d rt+ u A 4 If P worry t t s i color r Vfrtto If lit t of vkor tlortor It IrolMMr IIn t Rpurrnl liD rroredJ AYSnLueoll a t Cl r over pamphlet the o 1 l h Allens Ulcerlne aaIvR IU tho onl tIIltCuro Ig the world for CMronla Clears Reline UISMrs tteroruloa Ulcers Vgrteoa Uleen- Awetllnf Fever 9orta andill Old acres nnever fall Iounpolaon Mavcaespinae4 Jsuffering Cerrpermanent HestsanvetorBIJ Carbunel Piles Malt 4eam HaraaalW mIhIOllltaCIItI r ce aslaalsetae Hold b7 Hru tMm w w CATARRH Bnrrn are IIII n buJII ASTHMA TxRA IratNT- anUnaa us swim- ONLA1mOlttAcln loIMIjI mlWaJIeIBf MM5RO k- A V i KR 2728 1 I WlllstY wII 1111r1P I rtff1 f pleasdHratbiM laM111N ItraN1il01earpe gpct Ml Si It il1 So e J 1 t f 11- ciV If t 1 r i rot r u- J I 1 =r tI 1- u JI N J it a 9- j IERALDtj PUuu Coon utter HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY October 0 1898 DEMOCRATIC TICKET 0FOR CONGRE3S10TH DISTRICT y r Hon0 InnS Y FilZB atf1Ck Or Fixm COUNTY r i POTPOtlZIiI HANNA and Algcr what n pair SI me o twins of political corruption with it president of the United States In the role of 1 connecting link i 1 IJirrrai money for the bondholder iie another terns frequently used by the plutocratic press Any kind will do for tho laborer provided ho can get it Corydon huh Democrat IP IT was not for tho rubbers and tho red tape soldiers would not have suffered for food and medicine The robbers like tho red tnpo system an it gives them n chnnco to do the soldier Michigan 1 Democrat Tun next move of tho Republican ndminlHtratioti will ho to do AM Russia and Franco do put newspaper editors in jail when they tell tho truth That IK tho politicalI philosophy of Hiuinn Algcr mud Weylcrlsm see Tun investigation of the admlnistra lion by tho administration will not ro salt in a mixture ot wliltovani sufficient Ily strong to stop the sense of smell The political corruption of llcpubHcan party leadership will continue to emit a nause ous odor for several generations yet un born 4 Pita Advertiser U 0110 of the staunch out Rcpublicnn papers in tho state of Now York It says Secretary Algcr Is in tho anomalous situation of cabinet olllccr scouring the country to collect evidence for a lefeim before tho invest Iigating committeeI His cnur o is hUt miliating on hits part and mortifying to tho whole country aF Uxunit tho reign of tho Republican party the wealth producers of this cnun try nro feeling tho huh of tho financial despots who dictate tho policy of the Mclvinley administration Want and necessity nro expelling every repining thought of those who in 1SDO looked for tho halo that surrounded tho visionI of McIIanna prosperity a e 11 WlllHf nuked about tho report as to hU resignation front the cabinet Secre tary Alger blurted out that there wnmit n word of truth in it And news of this kind ought to bo broken too Hlnghampton N Y Lander Of courxo ho wont resign Alger nod Hiuinn are the Republican party Me Kinloy thoslavo of their will How clot you expect n slave to dictate to his mas ter Does tho clay command the potter Iie s IP Tin American Republic is to live wo must provide against political cor ruption in high places Wo must Gilt tunic its character tho law of its motion tho orbit of its course IIts magnitude and the spirit of tho power which pro sides over its activity Vrillaiuou8 causes beget villainous effects The ellccts of disasters to our army arise from no other cause except Kepubllcan corruption HNutciated with time hydraheaded enemies a of humanity avarice and greed 4 MAHK HAXXA emerges after the war from his bulletproof seclusion to declare that tho Republicans would make tho S udiniuiitnitiona war record time lending Issue In tho full campaign Mark is a burnt cork politician Ho changes the political complexion of the Republican party whenever ho learns that the Amer icon audience are on to hit disguise fark now says tho Democrat ore cop jierhcads for using the thieving and inhuman administrations conduct of the F war against them The II Divine Right T of HannaisBi U exhibiting many attri bute supposed to belong to his Satanic JIJ ty e fat r- y TUB HERALD tecta 7 rwumos lu old ilro and form and with the aid of jprovl deuce and the people both sire nod form shall be perpetuated And now that wo have again started on the up grado we ask the cooperation of every citizen ID the community the county and the country at largo In return for this an ticipated aid we promise in advance to labor by day and by night to attain the acme of our ambition and make it time ideall American family newspaper You know what it was In the past and you know what we can again mako it with your R81111t4ncelOut you askIIhow can I nit save by my Individual sub scription 1 Listen Next week there will probably bo 0000 people here at the fair Rend carefully every page of this issue to yourself learn how good a paper it is and then determine to next week got at least one new subscriber for us In this way you can materially aid us and If every subscriber will bring us one now one we pledge ourselves todeserve nil that 18 done for UB Up to and includ ing Saturday Oct 10th the subscription price will be FIFTY CENTS A YEAR IN ADVANCE and up to that date inclu vivo all old subscribers may extend their subscriptions for 12 months at tho same rate On and after Monday Oct 17th tho price will be 100 a year in advance NOW is tho time to subscribe INCIDKNTAMY wo hear that Bunford Mannin isI being coached in the Clifty precinct as n probable candidate for the position of representative from Wolfe and Morgan counties lianford is quite young but very deserving inasmuch as he has thus far boon the architect of his own alterations and ambitions avid un der adverse circumstances bullied better than may boy wo know lint his youth lends us to think it a case of precocious politics prematurely born and the sumo vein of thought lends us to remember poor Jim Jewels remark II Politics is IiI and wo hurl it at lianford with all its admonitory advice Should you conclude to mike the race however tho Held is before you Ilosa GOKIIKI will find his bill a boomer mig for when it conies to letting the Democratic nomination fur governor IP Wilt Hard in will be the man You cant foul all tho people and all the people composing the great partyof nod for the peoglc are for tho gallant general 1 BRYAN 1IY AIONZO iIKOItA HICK Wo intend that the patriot ltd states man William Jennings Iryan shall be ns ho deserves to be the president of time United States i nod that under his whole some and patriotic administration anew century of pence thall bo uMierrd in in tho splendor and revival of which time evil powers which have dominated A mer ican society for the last quarter of a cen tury shall wither and perish from the earth John Clark Ridpnth In tiny Arena Americat no htiivciiH heal Above a land like thine Where ninny hlmln I still descend In one unbroken line First thirteen stars their glory lout To gild fiiir Freedoms night And now a crowded firmament Is glowing on tho sight Democracy the spirit gave A longing to ho free Ami so tho people crossed the wave To make their homo with thee They knew the bnmls that rivet down The chains that mold men fast And from tho sceptre and the crown They came to theo at last I Then roue immortal Jefferson Who penned tho golden laws Defending rights they viably won And standing for their eanue Co Life liberty and time pursuit Of happiness to nil i- To plant time tree anil eat tilt fruit Nor hoed tho monnrohi cnlll1 nut soon n power showed Itself To holt the world In thnill i They substituted love of pelf And crowned it II lord of all Then pecrlcn Jackson coon beret Tint power miido It yield Like favored Daniel when ho belt Goliath on the field I And thin through perils crowding font The Ship of State has nulled Till Freedoms light amid the blunti At time has almost filed Plutocracy IIn at tho helm And hopes to east ere long Her anchor naught can onrwhlIIIII And make it fast and strong The rich man ID hit pride of state A festival him spread While beggars sit beside 1118 gate Aud beg their dally bread A worklngniHU a little cot Where children walt and It but the poor moans bum bl crrJJ While IVan atreet revels ss A leader cornea the land to bleu And save the ship from shock And open springs of plenteoutinei- Aa Moses smote the rock I How soon tn hastening ills a prey Where wealth accumulates The world speeds on its reckless way With countless living freights lint Hryan spread the gladsome news II No crown of thorns shall set On foreheads moistened by tho dews Of noondays fervid sweat Anil further then the good news rolled And hills and vales replied That II never on a cross of gold Stunt man be crucified 1 A gladiator III the ring Where Freedom dying lay Ho cauio triumphant tongs to sing And conquer In flue tray Beneath his reign when president All men with equal chance Will rend and know the message soul In Jefferson romance 14 Dealness Cannot Do Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portions of tho ear Thorn lis only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused bIIn inflamed con Utica of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube gets inflamed jou have n rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it Is entire ly closed deafness is the result and un less the inflammation can bo taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition henring will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by ca tarrhwhich is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any cascof deafness caused by catarrh that cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CIIKNKY t Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 7uc Halls Family Pills are tho best f FOR WATCHESGOOD at 350 BETTER ONES at 6001 rAND UIWAKIH +q And Watch Repairing GO TO FRED J HEINTZ 135 E Main LuxiNOTOv KY j n rfDfit nt t tt11INCIIESTFIt KY N H WITIIEIISIOOX 1retiiilent It HUNTEi Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 0000000 This Hank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers trailers and businessmen generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its customers every facility and oflegitlinnte TRADERSDEPOSITBAWK MT STERLING KY CAPITAL 200000 jI SURPLUS 30000 o J M niGRTAFP President o L president1vo 0Weresp respectfully solicit the business ofmer slants tanners traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give in s chance send yoichecksneedvSILAS Q KASH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON iI HAZEL GREEN KY IInllwerClllltII T OLLIX A KASII ATTORNEYatLAWHAZEL r KYrand the toall GO TO LEXINGTO I FyOU next week r or any other week ASK FOR Olxp 5joo- t 1 e- SiOOU i1 CUTPRICE SUITs 1 1 They are GreatValues and Beauties ATk4sD Jj Louis Gus Straus LEADING CLOTHIERS j LEXINGTON KY II I iI THE 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families Uf 0 to 33 Board uniform books and washing need not exceed 12000 per year Fall Term Begins second Thursday in IIorapply to I PATTERSON Ph D President f nA MEAN I GOLL SPRINFS 1 t Ja TAYLOR DAY PROPRIETOR JI orrvol THE lYORLDjIIICDont get possession of Swango 1808 but wm buy and keep L PARK HOTEL TORRENT illPerwlnentlythe WIi1T d DRlIEGltUUNE i y r i Much in Little iiMneclally true of Hootls rifle for no roedl eI j ever r contaIned so great curative power In utsiall space They are a whole medicine HoodsIIysys A or fever cure all liver Ills tick headache Jaundice constipation etc asc Xheonly Tills to take with Hoods Sarsaparllla THE HERALD Old papers 20c a hundred N L Ware is this week attending the trotting races at Lexington Marshal Byrd on Monday summoned the road hands for work on our streets tomorow Friday Wm Clayton of Bath county has four horses here for the fair Mr Clayton is vice president J Taylor Day has bought n pair of cream colored mars mulesI and- y IibeauliCulwill 0 them to his buggy l FrankLand Sunday nt the usual hours A T Brooks who has been rustieat Itig in Menifee county for the pint few weeks returned homo SaturdayP r Dial Jones who has been visiting in Clark cull Montgomery for two weeks returned house Saturday night IfIfpallt u to wife of John Amyx at Sellers r dILY evening last n girl Dr John Taulbee ufliciutcd as coniiuissioiier in the case31rsJohn I Jl Davisi who has been con fined to her room for three months past we are sorry to report is still confined to her bed At the school election held Saturday r Judge G B Swango and and W T Hwaugo wero elected trustees of the Hazel h Green district Mrs Maggie Knsh says site will haven t complete line of millineryi nnd ladies wrap on exhibition during fair week i Do not fail to see the display t lDr S 11 hash rind wife paid our alike r pleasant call Sunday and as it was the first time Mrs hash was over in n print 1shop it was unite i curiosity to her yr Owing to the Lexington trots now on W nnd continuing through next week Vin cent Cromwell who was expected here fp with u string of horses cannot come ii Hey H M Lee the new pastor of the Methodist church nt this place arrived last week nnd him since boo t the of Mr and Mrs W T Swango QilQilhere Littlo has resigned as postmas nt Daysboro nnd Mrs Francis E Fallen huts been appointed in his stead und executed nnd forwarded her bond TAKE ONLY tho heFt when you a medicine loods uIILlIa trilla is the Lest blood purifier nerve mid stomach tunic Get HOODS Dr Taulbee was oh Sunday night Called to Quicksand Hrcathitt county b sec the little son of Keuben McQuinn and reports it a case of malarial fever Old fashions in dress may bo revived but no oldfnsluoned medicine elm replace I i Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by J Toy lot Day Stirs Catharine Davis and Sirs 1111 Davis of Kzel mother and niatermlnw respectively of our fellow townsninn J U Dnvin visitedi he and his family Saturday and Sunday i All parties indebted to me by note or f account must call and pus same nt once n aa I need money and must have it Dot not delay Respectfully H F PlKUATT Mr and Mrs W T Cnskcy who have been visiting relatives nnd friends in Missouri and Iowa for n month past are expected home this week Later They got home Tueedny evening curereelbytakIngc netharmoniouelyWithooda I t s Written for TUB HKRAU WHAT PRINTERS INK WILL DO foundationIn enterpriseA stationThat es Yes printers Ink youJustAnd all the worMwill youifyour Twill be to you u searchlight modeAndnightAthwart IlIcllnlllTosternWhile 1I1 A quick and safe return It Is a seed which dropped In loll Forms 0u lasting runt And youll receive for all your toll A harvest of rich fruit lIghtrAlldmay highlerWithin displayOTo smooth the wayAndhazel Oreen Ky is W Card of Thanks Cut Cooper 1lenso express my thank through tho columns of Tin HKIIAII to Hazel Green and vicinity for tho many favors shown me and my fnmily during our bief stay among you Irrespective of church afliliation we have received attentions and favors that hove won our lasting gratitude I also deMro in this connection to thank Tin IlKiuin for favors tenth to myselfnud the church May it prosper and spread an a green hay tree May the pooj Lord prosper blexM atuLtiave you all is my prayer Truly your brother in the Lord JAB Jt WORD Pastor M E Church South How to Prevent Croup We have two children who are subject to attacks of croup Whenever nn at tack iis coming on my wife gives them Chamberlains Cough Hcmedy and it always prevents the attack It is a louse hold necessity in this county and no matter what else wo run out of it would not do to bo without Chamberlains Cough Hcmedy Yore of it in sold here than all other cough medicines combined J MI XIi II of Nickle lion mer chntity Xicklevillc Pa For tale by J Taylor Day At tho Christian Church The disciples met upon every first day of the week nil their custom was to break bread and give thanks Tho Christian churches assemble upon the lords Day asdid the Apostolic churches The Lords Supper Iin the central thought of the morning service On Sunday at the Christian church the topics for sermons will be At 1111 rn Ministering to the Lord and nt 7 p m Resisting the Devil You arc inyitcd to attend both services Sunday school nt MO n in Weak Eyes Are Made Sfrono dim vision made clear styes removed nnd granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily nnd crtectually cured by the use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve Its put up in tubes and sold on n guar antee by nil good druggists Burglars on the Nickoll Fork On Friday night last the icsidcuce of Holly Wilhon on the Nickcll fork was burglarized the bureau drawers broken open and ransacked hut nothing missinp On Saturday night Leo Caskeys resi dence on the same creek was entered nnd loaf of light bread taken Two men wero ran nwny from the latter place The Eagle King of All GIrds is noted fur its keen sight clenr nand dis tinct vision Sare those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eyo Salvo for weak eytv stye sorr uyes of any kind or granulated lids Sold by nil deiilcis at 25 cents Died at Widows and Orphans theme James Ernest Pelfrey the little boy mentioned in our last IIBUC us being Widow1 and Or sick nt the Mttxonic plains Home Louisville died at that place at Ii oclock Ilast Thursday evening of pyema resulting from pneumonia Lung Irritation is the forerunner to consumption Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey will euro Ittntl give such strength to tho lungs that n cough or n cold will not settle there 25 cents nt all good druggists Fair WaraiBg Your taxes are due and must be paid 0 cent will be added at once or per II F PJUBATT JU f Oi h Miraculous BenefitRCOEIVEO FROM Dr Miles New Heart Cure P BAIICOCK of Avoca N Y a ELI of the 3rd N Y Artillery and for thirty years of tlio Babcock Miincl Carriage Co of Auburn says I write to express my gratitude tor tlJtllIIlrn lous benefit received from Dr Miles Heart Cure I suffered for years as result of army life from sciatica which ntTcctcd my heart in tho worst form toy limbs swelled from the ankles up I bloated until 1 was unable to button my clothing had sharp pains about tho heart Btnotherlnt tinells and shortness of breath 1or three mouths 1 WILl utcablo tolludown mid all the sleep I got was In an armchair 1 was treated by too bust doctors but gradually brow worse AboutaytiMiRo 1 commenced taking Dr Miles Now Heart Uuru and it saved my life as If by a Dr MiltrnlrltcloI art sold by all druggists under IL positive guarantee first bottle boncQU or money re funded Rook on dls oases of the heart and nerves tree Address ItMILES MSD10AL00 Klkhart Ind h Tastes Finn until George TwMnlo of Cincinnati arc hero to pot up the Fly lug Dutchmiin or mirryoround for the fair which was recently purchased lhy 1 Taylor Day It IIH one of tho best mntlc has t1 horses four deer four ze bras tend eight timvallo seals It will nccommoilttto 18 people and the steam organ in connection will discourse dr linhtful IIIIIMC while they ridsl The plant being the property of Mr Day and the privilege belonging to tho editor of Tin Huiuin they will run It in part norship and invitutho patronage of rill who may attend tho fair Thin attention of our renders JH direct od to tho card of W 0 Lockliarl the iIvelI dentist Ho dill work for several of our citizens on his recent visit to thU place including tho editor and his bolter I and all are eminently HHtinficd He will lu here again on the 21th itmt 1 hut in the ineantinie jon should see him during fair week and arrange with him for any work you may wish to have duce which he comes Import of CuHkcy dchoul lust No 7 MntgiinI county for the third month ending 8opt HO Fifth grade Sydney lltalmp HO per cent Fourth grade Ar thur Invent SO llrueo Slump 80 Nannie Stumper 71 Laura INiek 78 1i George Brewer 75 Dimtum Bishop71i Minliic Wilson 7415 Ma Brewer 7 l- A10011115 73 Minnie Cnskcy 70 NAXNII Firuis Teacher Newt thirst who was raised by Hue Nickel and who joined1 the Second United States Infantry lust December arrived here Friday night very rick Dr Nickell wax called to nee him Sunday at tho home of Roc Niekell and reports him in n set lotus condition Mr Hnrnt WM in the ElCnney and Sin Jtuiti tight and while in Cuba contracted fever with which he IB now milli ring The list of appointmcntx of Itev H M Lee of the MethndHt church for thl a month aro as follow Second Sunday 1 II1 oclock a ni lou Chapel ird Sunday Consolation at 11 am and ugain in the afternoon llh Sunday at Pine Grove nt 11 oclock and at Fzel at it1 oclock in the afternoon Mrst lams nail nephew Dr McIntyre a dcntiM of CarlinleI nru thin guests ofr Mr Kllen hash MIH Adams vihiled1I here come 1 year ago and WHH co muchI bencfilted by drinking the Swntitjo water that slur IU again trying its eflicuey Sand your laundry to the Winchester Power 1itindry the best in the state D 1J Littoral is agent at Hazel Green I mind will call for and deliver goods in town Hn will olno forward all packages wnt in from the country 27 tf Kuv T II Wftllen und wife accom panlfd by Mies Rebecca Wood attended the tcccptbm nt Charles FulleuV on Gillmnra creek Monday tendered Mr Fallen M II Harry and bride who were married Sunday Old papery 20c u hundred JJil rlj u u Y u r TRAININGI FEED STABLES i rx 1 I have opened my Training anti Feed Stable and will keep on hand plenty offewlf nnlll mayiboIrehorses LIVEpY STABiES i I for the ions can any for bo elnirgo of careful fur they cuu by thin tiny for length iif time Ierstins Intendltig visit Day und Hwango Springs bo either fit MeCaimey orTnnenl with team and driver and I havu pleaNtirit blp phiK for then whenever desired Duy and Swango water fresh and on pct for guests at 11ar4hotel J TAYLOR DAYs I F trttrrs pro tmllonniil r ontarwe iid Jilt Tho and Dent School in Eastern The present msslon opened Tho is The isthu best Tho oxpuiitfo is thu lowest for catalog of WM H hazel jreon Ky J SAIKSUIN KY Nut1I No lulls I ii till x Mullf J MRS S D IUSII- J I I GREEN KY r I I I I II I ItI I 4 I IO A lll TITKSK MADK 101I W Sriuurr KY Itdforence J Taylor Diy Haxel Jreeii Wlinlpynli and Retail dealer In Iloal Also Hnzol Green Fair and Driving Park and the Farmers J J1 and HAZEL GREEN KY and a special tj HERALD 1 nnjn DNRtlt JJJ1RESTORED MAr uuvlyluvruli sFPILLS+ TliocrBRtnuiitHlrfor leatiIVotrroxroIvoUref4nlnMnoruIllnhwJICllleaIItten onipnonaIlt tyithovery1 Nowrtttnnpuen untnotoruronrrofn litMt00norhor Sboae- srnrttlroa MUTrJ1sEMIIIALOuClnvIMudOhloR HAZEL GREE- NAUfIDEMVJ Cheapest Kentucky MONDAYs SEPT 598 instruction thorough discipline paitluulrtrn CORD IIH BRYAN Pearson Clark WHOLESALE GROCERS LEXINGTON Fashiouablo Milliner JT yIIAZEG IL Fynf5J 1uw one flUoneya L2w CofMXTIOXH Sl1CIAITV PltOMITIV JirnutHOX LOUISVILLE TAYLOR DAY General Merchandise Lumber Estate President Association ExuhaumgowAuxin1u Physician Surgeon rSurgcry oUtetrica JOe VKIXTIKft 18 THE HUNT Mtf Ui ehMHKM t jI J Alto the convenience and accow inoilntloii of guests of DRY house nt lintel Green and L Park Hotel nt Torrent I have opened nearby two firstclass livery f alltlhfwishing n vehicle to meet thorn al MeCauiiuy telephone me and have desired vehicle or saddle horio promptly I will ulAn have a lull supply bf banks hire to drummers which will In drivers and which contract nay jradj to will met nt will In water free and top t t4rarIu nllnnu nittuo yousdlearnnt V lIonIoQUtnnlly 11111 thin utnur OSond true AND J c ot1 IIEXPERIENOE IDillONAnyone unndlnR n tketrli and dotcnnnqn mat m quickly Himrtnln our opinion froo wliotnor mi tenth o Commnnlrn IlnnstrlctIyWntndentlh Handbook on IatenU for ncurlnapstmt li nu tkett tlmiuuh Muim A Co roc lT tlffini not let without ciiiriio In the Scientific Raiericane- A hnndnmety lttutrtnd woekly + raest MD dilation of nhy vclentilto lounml Ternu P rntrt four months IU Bold nyuI1nowsdnlers a Yorkann Lexliigioii and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect May 15 1800 EAST BOUNDlr STAT10N8I NoJ DailcxNI Dolly Hiindny luIIlKtulI pmHi I t pinWinchester InnIiIrlle 1 pinClaypinFllnoit t j nm piaNatpinTorrent r pinThrerPJu t pinAthol 1InJeWEST BOUND I Nu1 I STATIONS Dully ex No 3 Suntluy Dally i 1 I J pinAtholputThrenipotBealtyveI patTorrentpalNatOlphaUUUcIIIC pmStantonClay City 7 r7 am 444 pm u puwFalrlfe r putsAYOUpiaLexington JjA Qjl11rrtia OB A8 SCOTT On r At 3i rkteQ1G1rlp7IUUrat I aH t A rtr + s- I c 1ytr I flERiIID i c Mc lt trilENoaa COOL b11IS- a tjJIAZKL QRllCN t I I KYI 0 0 1 111 BEDTIME TaV we may laugh at children who would cry When nwms cwne to bear them off to bed Wear but chlldrts of a larger growth AH bedtlm cornier near we droop an t sigh Net wlshlaar yet to end our little day iwo fala would atop awhile to work or play And then If we can atop our eyes grow sad Y AaA drooping ever nearly seem to close Our toys with listless tired hands are heldI Till kindly Nature brings her own repose And gathering all her weary r home tiayat Sleep ye wanderersgentle night has come And then we sleep so calmlyon her breast While Night with kindly lingers shuts ou efII And smoothes tho lines ot weary thought away Those lines which sin and care and sorro made Till In a dreamless sleep we lose the day And turning gladly He In perfect rest Ida Howe In Madam- eTHE CAPTAINS IEII BjrMaJar Alfred R Calhoun GEXEKAr SCOTT though TJll time lust of the fine clipper that once innde llaltlmore famous and i gave n worldwide reputation to the I American niercluuit iimrhic U still an excellent vessel three years ago the General vrnu ooininnndcd by Tnicy Hyrom who owned n halt Interest In tho vessel nndl woe thought by those who arc authori ties In such matters to he the ruble- shnllor t and shrewdest buslncwi manI 1lnt ever handled n ship or disposedfr a cargo Capt ll rom was 30 years of ngtI native good looking nun Inclined the I stern He was n moody man given to pacing the deck with his hand burled deep in Iris pockets nunI lils eyes cut down Hut men who had nailed with him since he first carne- t shipboard n beardless tiny de clared tint up to Iris thirtieth year Capt llyrom vas ns lighthearted n sailor an ever touched rudder or rope When Capt llyrom was 30 years of age stud while he was ac yet only first officer of the ship of which ho was now the matter he became acquainted with AgniH Ilnyue the daughter of n wealthy Ilnltlmore merchant who had made n fortune In tire South American trade At that time Mr llayne owned an In terest in the General Scott and ns tire cabin of the ship was fitted up fur pass Fingers he took n voyage In her one winter to Kin Iniieiro his beautiful daughter accompanying him ns nurke and companion In addition to being a thorough snit or and welleducated Tracy llyrom Jind n susceptible heart and nu eye for the beautiful Early In the voyage he became ac theyhadsoon ripens lento friendship Agnes Ilnyncs father had the gout and tho disease did not improve a tern per which at UK best was far from amiable He was n harpeycd old gun II suspectedTracy ter or not certain It la that he evinced front the first anything but n fundncs for the young turn When Agues shook hands with the first officer of tho General Scott at Jlio she thanked him for the kind ness ho had shown her during tire voy age and she said as tho looked late tropeqtragainThec cargo and taken on another sailed nway front lllo Janeiro and the youngI nllorn heart was none the lighter because he had left hU heart behind him Mr llayne who was a widower with Agnes hU only living child spent IIlxI F months in Urnill Meantime he haul i jiindo up his mind to return on the Gen oral Scott for he had been given to un derstand that that ship had another flit olllccr and this was the truth k 1rncyByromstun of captain of the snare ship When lie did learn this fact it was too late to change hla arrangements so hu eon back to Baltimore with his daughte- an r the ship that took them out During the voyage Mr Huyncs nil snouts conllned him for much of the time In his stateroom anal as a souse quence the happy young captain wu thrown mulch with his hearts lIdeal That was the shortest and the hap pleat voyage Tracy U roll ever salted He had been so attentive to Mr llayne that simply as a matter of courtesy the gruff old gentleman could not help thanking the young officer who had been so considerate and sayingI to him at parting in Baltimore y CalltDThis was certainly encouraging A week after the captain made a formal alJ to isee how Mr llayui and his y f Y 1 t lf t Il r 4 UVufSiter were ieeiing after the voyage anl111 chance offered to carry alta reiiolution which k jhad formed after honk roaieful deliberation TlMs r thlngimorc notlelJJilmjo tall Agnes thAt he lofcfl her andHo propose that hence forth they sail lifes seas together Tho old gentleman was out and Agnes was at home And so Tracy Dyrom by a desperate effort of will told the young lady that he loved her hawdcould sire be when she knew of his love already llestralnlng her evident emo flan she confessed that no mnn stood higher in her esteem and affections than Capt n rom Jilt sine said I have promised my hisnconsent I am now of age still duty snakes this promise binding His hap Illness Is my first consideration See him nun I will abide by his answer successrCapt Hyrom felt sure that every other obstacle Would vanish lie sought an germw tleman and without any foolish pre liminaries he stated his object lie was met by n thunderclap of in dignation Mr llayne was furious at what he called tire presumption of nn upstart The captain Enid frankly that his own fumlyIn Maine rtood quite as high as the Hnynesdld in until more rend that ns for himself no man would dare to utter aught against his character The old gentleman ended the inter view by ordering Tracy llyrom front the house and warning him if he vnll tied his life not to attempt to enter it again The captain left the house wrote the particulars of hU meeting with her father to Agnes and asked for one replytTroutI this time on Tracy Hyrom waa ln changed man He heard the tallow lag year that Agnes had lone to IKu trope with her fattier but his pride prevents 1 his Inquiring into tine rust terNearly six years after hU lnst met lug with Agnes llayno the General Scottt still commauded by Tracy Hyrom WIIR bound for Dantzlg with n cargo from Italtlmorc They hud au THAT IS roil YOU TO SAY been out of port about ten days when the forward lookout shouted down A steamer on the port how Hying signals of distress ll- Glass in hand the captain sprang into the rigging and he taw in the direction indicated n teas Illnntiu relit st ouii or her decks crowded with rigginganot count from the furnace funnels The ship Iis on tire shouted the captain and he looked at iris watch and saw that there were only two hours of daylight left wnsIaltered and as the ships neared they exchanged signals From these signals Copt By ruin learned that the steamer was the City of York from Southampton for New York with n general cargo and 120 passengers on hoard lie further InI countered terrific sturm and that ell nwayCapt to readyhesecond ontu1nt once time work of I rescue began It was quite dark before the first chlle1rLnIreached the General Scott and they cabinrlly the light of the burning steamier boat load niter boat loud was car tied ovrr the waves till all the passenger and crew were transferred from clippersgave up their quarters and the hatches were opened to make room among the cargo for those who could not hind accommodations in the regular quarters But the people were so happy at be lug rescued that they did not mind the inconvenience Captain said the steward after he had served cottee anti distributed blankets there Is a lady In your roost i that wants to see you I The captain had been too busy rescuing the people to attend to the dtZ taUIt of their but hecare went at J h I t 1Ll J 4 Vj t 1 f j t jf f 1 rI- a1 oace to hU own stateroom and stand Ing In the door he saw beautiful lady dressed In mourning whose features be could not well make out in the In distinct light Tracy she said have you forgot tenmeMlsfi Hnyncl Agnes llayne she said reaching out her hands Thank God Ashes that 1 came on time That was nil the captain said then The circumstances were not favorable for conversation You may be sure that Capt n rom left nothing undone for the comfort of the people so fortunately brought under his care and In their part they were loud In their praises of his kindness and bravery On the third day after the wreck an other steamer was sighted anti sig naled It was decided to transfer the passengers and crew of the wrecked vessel to her and let her take them onto New York In the meantime the captain had learned from Agnes that her father had lied In Europe nearly a year before And so raid the captain when preparations were being node for the transfer to the other vessel we part here again That Is for you to shy she replied with downcast eyes It would not do for me to take you on with mo alone Not If I were an officer Tracy 1 An onicer Yes a orate Capt Myron noted on the hint Among the passengers there wns an old elergyPiinnthey had all learned about the former relations of Agnes and Tracy anti this good old than did not need much coaxing to perform the marriage ueremouy for his gallant rescuer Antiso Agnes Hyrom remained for that voyage on the General Scott nod as the boats left the ship the passen gees cheered the captain and his mate and wished them Godspeed until a hap py voyajje as do wt Y Ledger IttypInu Intl Lrttcr rune numerous papyri unearthed Homo theme ago by Mcusrs Grenfcl and Hunt from the IIlIlIolit City of Oxyryn CUB Kgypt are being gradually du ciphered One of them a letter from Troy evidently a petted darling to hit father sounds strangely modern though it is ut least 1000 yours old mean to Iris father Thuon givet lug It WOK n fine thing of you nut to take mo with you to the city If you wont take me with you to Alexandria I wont write you a letter or speak to your or shy goodby to you anti II you go to Alexandria I wont take your herd nor timer greet you again That Is what will happen if you dont take mo Mother said to Archolnus It iiiitu upiet hun to bo loft behind 1 It wns good of you to seed me presents on the lath the tiny you sailed Seed me n Ilyre implore you If you dont I wont eat I wont drink tlllr- eIItlwlX t Y Tribune Strictly HiiHliioMM A lnmmyertrying to serve Iris client by throwing suspicion on n witness ui the case in the course of his CIO NX amination said You have admitted that you wore at the prisoners bouse every evening during nil this time Yen sir replied the witness Wore you and he interested in any I I tbusiness together Yes sir answered the man IInI i hesitatingly j Ah Now will you be good enoiigl- i f amjj i 1111 which you rind he were Interested I tollingI JUbIj IIHIrf ntul Ovrrlirllef There are nil sorts of arrestedvelopments In life the criminals theI1I barbarians the monomaniacs of weirc grresthrif j I j I state of civilization are so offensive as t the superstitious Superstition at Matthew Arnold said IIK n natural exm eresouce upon belief nn overbe lief ai the Germans call it n something more i than belief and this vicious excess of j v Irtuo this corruption of belief Is more degrading than arty forma of criminali I ty Surely superstition Is the vilest of all line vices the most accursed of ellij the crimes Lilies that fester smell far worse titan weeds London Sat urday lleviow At the Cnnntr Knlr How iIs the campaign progressing asked his friend Fine said the sharper as he toyed with the implements of his deadly lmsmebeenHough on lie Unite De Dude who does veryhighveryImigiSalesgirl with dignityThose ore dontkeepI ItU Will 1umve- rGuyerYes old Crusty I Ia man of great will power- QulzaertHe dont look It Guycr Maybe so but hes got a mil lion to leave all the same1S Y Jour nal r tQ 3 TUB MINISTER GOT MIRED Aetd Rang Several Change OB Scriptural Sentence Ileforc He Got It Might pointinished iris firstlies and sccondllctt and with one neat figure would link them to an impas sioned appeal that would strike his concre cations hearts and make their rocks flow like water If he exclaimed it has truly been said that he who mokes two glades of brass to stow where one The puzzled look on the face of n deaf old member in a front pew led him to pause and repeat That he is a benefactor who makes two grades of bias Smiles throughout the house and iris own sense showed him there was something ronlflLut with nu attempt at lightness he airilyAsI two braids of glass The choir was now keeneared and the pastor felt as if uc halt stet Dewey So he shouted Two bind of grace Then the senior deacon had pity on him and arose My brethren he spoke our pastor lias been upset by the intensity of his emotions and tins tripped on two blades InusulI 1raiuuco Examiner ofII lists Not Slept for lMvc Years It is reported that a man in Indiana line not hind an hours sleep for five years lie constantly walks about unable to rest and is now little more than a skeleton ThereI are thousands of men and women who are unable tit sleep more than nn hour or two a wl3klllt1IIJlelI i S1tcttcrWouldnt Take CIinutoN Smith One cant always judge a mans patriotism by Iris tonvet aliou BonesNo I suppttw not Take HmwnI ltor instance would you call him a coward Well er1 might if I was sure he wouldnt light Ciuago 1 Evening News YVlint In the Use of making up clothes that 1010 pieces before I the oral of the season or lade nut girt limp and slcaxyI after the first washing Uric of Siinpond iVnts with outwear three of the absnlutelyfastWilliam Sinipwn k Sons in guaranteed of the liiphrnt itnndnrd of quality and lfinish tad will give perfect Mtisfaetion NOt Want cil Cnptsin1can get a great attraction frr lestManagerNotrct mint no ttseleaaI timber on the tel1l111I to Date To cur n Colil In Out liny Take laxativr IHmmo Quinine Tablet AH druggists refund money if it fails to curie 2Sc Some men are like racy hIoNes their only ambition mm tto be it desire to lower their record 1liiUdtlplim leuml A Io+e in Time Saves Nine of tales uujlrslikeslootbachr1 greatdellAtchi on Giobo- I CmnsnniptinnsavedI l lIlllIuLuse a minute rant the chav of a lifetime will riot cattfi u Hams Horn i PimpleSj blooAracy wreckClearparilli and the blood will be made pure com plexion fair and healthy and lifes jouraer pleasant and successful 1I1 1I BAirRS I Jt i j ICHCLATCelebrated i 1C1 ai a detteiouS nutria J- i 44tious and fesh forming lev 1 crags Has our well known t i YELLOW LABEL ii the front of every package ffon our trademark i La Belle Chocolatlerc i ionthe back iNorm OTHER UENU1NC Mails only by i VALTER BAKER CO Ltd i S DOKCHBSTLK LASS iS CSTAIUBHCD JDO boooo oo sae sowaoweosoooorotaoM e0 riilsOur J md sizes for mULLING WELLS for house farm City and Vlllapc Watsr Works Factories Ice Plants Brew l cries Irrigation Coal and Mineral b H jetcj th 30 YEARS EXPEWtKCE u 1 I Write us WHAT YOU wantJr LOOMS HYMAN TIFFIN OHo j Hurrah I Battle Ax has core privation by of the supply of tobacco provided by the Government to reach the camps of the U S Soldiers When marchingfightingtrampingwfleeliflg BxPLI 11 instantly relieves that dry taste in the mouth Remember the name you buy again i f c f i t I Ji1 J 4 o e 00 It 4 Av fi xth + n 3CIG7M till hllktlt M iilM44 iII C c c117 I II fOIw L nA t V 6 oi t VUO WI NEMIES OVERTHROWN fi Tr Tnlroafje Assails Sonic of the iront f Evils Sow Abroad fIJ p r ScatuI red u ug letrdrlt Iroper 4 Sotto for AVorkrn ClitTrcli i T Xcojilo Arraigned ff to I V t This arousing discourse by Dr Tat t juje will excite interest by the man f uer in which it assails some great i evils now abroad The subject is En B dales Overthrown and the text I Jjolms Ixvlii 1 Let God arise let R Isis nnc tics be scattered i A procession was formed to carry flihearkI or sacred box which though l only three feet nine Inches in length sad four fret three inches in height sand depth wns tho symbolof Gods Pruence Aft the lenders of the pro ifsslonf lifted thib ornamented andI brilliant btx by two golden poles rum I through four golden rings and htartet- for iI Mount Jlon till the people chantedI the battle hymn of my text Let GodI arise let his enemies be scattered i The Camcronlans of Scotland out Ijapcd by James 1 who forced upon if them religious forms that were often j slcnml by the terrible persecution of It Drummond Dnlziel anti Turner and f 1y the oppressive laws of Charles I projl IIforth to ttxhl for religious liberty andl pi the mountain heather became ivd withIjj If arnagc unit at Bothwell llridge and H Ainis Moss and Drtiniclog the battle p hymn and the battle shout of those rj glorious old Scotehmen was the text f have chosen Let God arise let s enemies be scattered What a whirlwind of power was I Oliver Cromwell and how with his soldiers named the Ironsides he c v went from victory to victory Oppos ing enemies melted as he looked nt f them He dismissed parliament as 5 easily ajiijjchooliijaster a school IIc pointcvl his linger at Berkeley Castle f and it was taken He ordered Sir Ralph Hopton the general to ills f ri mount and ha dismounted See Crom I i veil inarchtntr on with his army and i vii hear the battle cry of the 1 ron lib j loud as a storm and solemn as a death knell standards reoling before it and if avalry hones going buck on their f hnuncncs anti armies Hying rt Mars r ton Moor at Wincebv field at Nasliv v at llrdtfowatcr mind Durmnuth Lt I bas arsf let Hls enemies be seat I tcred- b I So you see my text is not like a com pliincntnry and tas olod sworl that J l joti htiinetimes see hung ujp in a par l lor II sword that was never in battle r cad oniy to bo used on general train tr wap1Iil fag its story of battle for my text lianas in the Scripture armory tollinsr V of the hoy wars of 8000 year sin which it has been tarried but still as ir and mighty as when David firstIecliII i t sheathed iit It seems to nom that in the Church of God anti in nil styles ft reformatory work what we most ofII tvl now is a battle cry11e raise our k tie standard unit put on It the name of otne unman who only a few years atfo began to live and in a few years will craw to live Wo go Into conquest tf against the armies of Iniquity depend i lag too much on human agencies We tttI we for a bottle cry the name of some jj brave Ihristhui reformer but after awhile that reformer dies or gets old gi or loses his courage nnd then we take L Iorhapsfc who betrays the cause and sells out to f the enemy What we writ fur a bat I lie cry Is the name of some leader who I will never betray us and will never surrender and will never die I R All respect havj I for brave men and jiWomen but if we are to get the vie ftory all along the line we must take the hint of the Gideonites who wipeil out th Itodouin Arab + commonly railed Mldianlts Those GiiieonltesI i hail a glorious leader In Gideon but I I what was tho battle cry with which thy Hung their menses into the t worst defeat Into which any army was- tver tumbled It w nsThe sword of the s Wd and of Ue1onllIt mud first who veer you put second If the armyof If the American revolution is to free I SL America It must Iw The sword of RJhe Lord and of Washington If the pVrmans want to win the tiny at Se feoan it must be The sword of the Lord and of Von Moltko Waterloo E was won for the English because not Ronlr the armed men at the front butqflr the worshipers In the cathedrals nt the fear were erring The sword of the 4elltugtourgone in triumph era nation after nation with the i tr offrsiey U he Presbyterian have gone I rot victory to victory with this cry I JohnTnozinlllloas after millions for Christ with inn cry 4iTime sword of the lArd and t pisco1j1lans cry The sword J analof lllshop Mcllvalne The vie tris to those who put God first nut vc want a battle cry suited to all jS0 rclKontsts and to nil lands 1- aoatinato as the bntt1u cry of ChristenIk I ilteln In the approaching Armageddon before1has lt was carried toloun 2lot God arise let llis enemies t soattcrcd erfy 1- t As farax it judce God to elseDoes It 1 Bbomnntlons f1enoulhwonsI eversotelllrtrhitslookat tho blasphemy abroad Whatto11 1 bepossible thenname Al mighty ladand of Jesus Christ are thelipsmuchforbiddenor nr itProfanitysun or murder for these crimes are attacks on humanity that is an at tack on God IIhls country is preeminent for bins phemy A man traveling in Russia was yuinn11hy I theRussian i I j CI1SltiswearTime I fntnlit dack I met a funeral procession of n rasa 1Tho two boforodays had fallen Ii boatingfields that he hind cheated God out oCII one day anyhow and the man worked with him on the same Niblmtli is still living but a helpless invalid under the same llnsh prisontwoami Christianity and one of them Thompson by name applied to Jesus epithetpfell A physician wac called but no lyingtongue he passed out of this world In cemetery in Sullivan county III New YorkI suite arc eight headstones in a line and nil are alike and these ragediiremarkably successful in citritiir his patients So con tidectt did he become that he boasted that no case of diphtheria could stand before him anti finally dolled Almighty God to produce a ease of dlpthoria that ho could nut cure Isis youngest child soon after took the disease mind died and one child after another until aii time eight had died of diphtheria The blasphemer uSulIciigod Aimiirhty liod and lint acs coptd the chaHcii Da nut thins that bemuse ithl hns been silent In your case 0 profane swearer that He is dead Is there nothing notvIn the peculiar fooling of your tongue or nothing in the nuiubuossof your brain that indicates tint God may come to avenge your blasphemies or is already avenging tin in Cut these eases I have noticed I believe are onlyI a few ruse w h TO there are hundreds FamiI lies keep them quiet to avoid the hor uP1IllIcosI I roll that contains the names of those who tiled with blasphemies on their Ilips Still the crime rolls on up through parlor up through chandeliers with jI lights all ablnxc and throuch the pic lured corridors of clulrooms out through busy exchanges where oath meets oath and down through nil time j haunts ofsin mingling with the rattling dice and crackling billiard bolts and the laughter of hur who j hath forgotten tho covenant of her God anal roundl the city and round1 the continent and round the earth 1Ii seething boiling surge Ilings Its hot spray into this face of a long suffering laud Lima the ship captain curaos hU crow and time master builder his teen mad tIll hack driver iris barer and lima traveler the stone thnt bruises his foot IT the mud that soils his shoes or the defective time piece that gets Him too late to the rail train 1 arraign pro fane swearing unit blasphemy two names for the same thing as being ono of the gigantic crimes of this land amid for its extirpation it docs seem as If It wore about time for God to arise Then look for a moment at the evil of drunkenness Whether you live in Washington or New York or Chicago Cincinnati or Savannah or hasten lor in anyof the cities of this land count mil time saloons live year ago and see they are growing far out of pro portion to time increase of time popula tion You people who are so preclsa and particular lest there should bo sonic Imprudence and rashness In attacking the rum trafllc will have your sot sonic night pitched into your front door dead drunk or your daughter will i come home with her children because I her husband has by strong drink been turned Into a demoniac The drink I I fiend has despoiled whole streets ofII InItherI time victims Stir up the flatness Pile More men women nUll on the corpses children for tho sacrifice Let us have whole generations on fire of evil habit and nt time sound of tho cor net flute harp sackbut psaltery and dulcimer let all tho people fall down and worship King Alcohol or you shall to cast into the fiery furnace under some political platform- I indict this evil as the regicide the iratrlcide the patricide the matricide the uxorclde of the ccnturFct under what innocent and delusive Bnd- mirthful nameS nleohollsm deceives the I peoplefit Isa cordial It U i i- W bitters It is an eyeopener It digesterItIt tier It Is a night cap Why don t they put on tho right labels1 Essence StupoflerFvoro of OrphlUlnhmool of SoulsI LeprosyVenomDies Only onto in a while is there anything in the title of liquors to oven hint their atrocity as in the case of sour trashy That I see advertised all over It is an honest name and any one can understand It Sour mash That Is it makes a mans ills position sour and hU associations sour and his prospects sour and then it is good to math his bodyamid mash his soul and mash his business and mash his funnily Sour mash One honest name at lust for an intoxicant Hut through lying lahlcs of many of peopleIImlgorbIontongue the fangs of this cobra that theIOthers are ruined by tho common and alldestructive habit of treating customer And it iis a treat on their coming to town Stud a treat while time bargainingI progresses and a treat when the purchasi Is made raida treat as ho leaves town Others to drown their troubles submerge them solves with this worse trouble Oh the world Is battered and bruised and blasted with this growing tIP It Is more and more entrenched and forti tied They have millions of dollars subscribed to marshal and advance the alcoholic forces They nominate nod elect and govern the vast majority of the officeholders of time country On their side the have enlisted the mightiest political power of the centuries And behind theta stand nil time myrmidons of the nether world Satanic Appol lyonic and Diabolic It is beyond all human offorj to overthrow this Ilastillo of decanters or capture this tlbrallur of rum jugs And while i approve of all human agencies of reform I would utterly despair if we hadi nothing else lInt what cheer me is that our best troops are yet to com o Our host artillery is in reserve Our best command er has not yet holy takes the Held If mull hell is on their side nil Heaven is on our side Non Let Guts arise and let his ciuinics 1c scattered I hen look at the impurities of these great cities liver and anon there mire in the newspapers explosions of social life that make the story of Sodom quite respectable fur such things Christ says were more tolerable for Sodom and iumorrah thus for the Chorazinsnnd Jtcthsaidasof time greater llht It is no unusual thing in our cities to see men in high millions with two or throe fatuities or reputed lIlies willing solemnly to marry the very swine of society if timer ntlmneilift but unmiyof the American minis try utteilnjr not out point blank word airnitist this iniquity lest some old libertine throw up hli church pew Machinery organised In nil the cities of the rWiled States and Canada by which to put yearly in the grinding1 mill of this iniquity thousands of the unsuspecting of tho country farm houses ono procuress confessing in the courts thnt she hind supplied the infernal market with Kit victim in six months Oh for ftM newspacers in America to swing open the door of corruptlulIlitutu While the city van carries time scum of this sin front the lr11 to time po llen court morning by morning it Is full time ifwt do not want high American life to become like tint of the court of Ionis XV to rut million aire Lotharios and the lompuour of your brown sumo palaces into a van uf popular indignation anJ drive them out of re peelablo n socintion What prospect of i ur ftn ion can there bo as long ni at Munm r watering place it is usual to see a younir woman of ex cellent narlng stand aad simper and giggle unit rutH up her eyes sideways before one of thane ttsluvs aiyr of fashionable lift util on time ball room floor join him in tit dunce the inn ternulclmptrutt meiuiwhil bnm lug from the window 01 the settle Matches arc mode in heaven they say Not such nntchc for time brluutone Indicates the opposite region The evil is ovcr hadowlng mull our cities Itysouse then immoralities are called peccadilloes gallantries ee centricities and mire relegated to the realms of jocularity and few efforts are being made against them God bless time While Cross movement ns It is calledan organization making a mighty assault on this evil Cod for ward time tracts on this subect dis tributed by time religious tract societies of the land Gal help parents iu tho great work they are doinir in trying to start their children with puro prin ciples God help all legislators in their attempt to prohibit this crime Jtut is this all Then it is only a question of time when the last vestige of purity and home will vanish out of sight Unman arms human pens human voices human talents are not sufllcicnt I begin to look up I listen for artillery rumbling down the sap phiro boulevards of leaven I watch to see if in the morning light there be not the flash of descending hclmitarat Oh for God Dots Jt not teem tine for 1- Me f i sJlli his appearance Jslt not tlmn fer all andletI got a letter asking me Vf I did not think the earthquako in ono of out titles was not thu Divine chastise tent on that city for Us sins The letter I answered by saying that If nil punIsimentbio impurities tho earth ago have cracked opening crevice transcontinental and taken down nn our cities so far under that the tips ot our church spires would bo 500 feet be low time surface It Is of time Lordi mercies that wo have not been consumed Not only are time affairs of this world so atwlst a janglel and racked that there seems a need of the Divine appearance but there in another reason Have you not noticed that In time history of this planet God turns a leaf about every JOOO years God turned a lent anti this world was fitted for human residence About 2000 more years passed along and God turn ed another leaf and it was tho deluge About 000 more years passed op and It was the Nativity Almost 2000 more years passed by and he will probably soon turn another leaf What it will bo I can not say It may bo tho demolition of all these monstrosities of terpltudc and the establishment of righteousness in all the earth He can do it and lie will do it I am as confident as If it were already accomplished How easily Ho can do It my text sug gests It does not musk dial to hurl u great thunderbolt of Ills power but just to rise from the throno on which lie sits truly that will be necessary Let God arise It will be no exertion of omnipo tents It will be no blending or brac ing for a mighty lift It will be no sending down the sky of the white horse cavalry of Heaven or rumbling war chariots He will only rise Now He is sitting in the majesty and ratienee of ills reign He Iis from Ills throne watching the muter lug of all tho forces of blasphemy and drunkenness and impurity and fraud and Sabbath breaking and when they have done their worst and are surely organized ho will bestir himself and say My enemies immure denied me lung enough and their cup of Iniquity Iis full I have given them nit oppor tunity for repentance This dispensa tion of patience is ended and thu faith of time good shall be tried no longer INTERESTING ITEMS Tits wealthiest inhabitant of Merlin has an Income of S7iOOOO a year HATS climb time orangp trees in southern Italy and suck the blood oranges TIA Iis very cheap in China In ono province of the empire tell Is cold at two and a half cotta n pound Tm sound of a bell which unit be heard 4nOOO feet through time water can be heard througli the air only 450 feet WILLIAM MOOIIII n lKintucklan 71 years of age lams not loft bis lout for 08 years He wan Injured by n horse when a child- HowAitn tutu wellknown corn pundent of tho Now York Herald with the AngloKgyptlan army was killed in time recent buttle IT Is understood that an soon ns time Ilritlsh troops arrive from Malta tho powers willl make an example of the Turks who have Leon rioting nt Can din Tin Spanish cabinet has nutlioriid tho torolgn minister to negotiate with the Phillprino Insurgents for the ran Soul of 5000 Spanish prisoners now in time Injurgciith Lauds llrsinns destroying war material and property in the public depart ments the Snnniards at tine luau nro selling government property wherever they can find an opportunity ONI of the stations of the railway which is to be built trout tin K d Seat- o the top of Ml Sinai will bo on the spot where it is supposed Moses stool when he nclved the tables of the law JoKiH JKITII OX not lung ago wrote a cheek for 81 upon a pleoj of birch lurk In the mountains because he had no raper with him Tho bank which cashed the cheek now hns it framed and hanging on the wall OHM PAIU lUUOY1I1It is said hut begun to assume a little more of tho pomp and ceremony of a president and for the past three months ho has had a detail of seven troopers to escort him from ono government building to another DAVIH IlfBHNKU of Saybrook Ct Is said to have been time inventor of the first submarine torpedo boat in 1771 It was of very primitive construction The government declined to second llushncll In his efforts anti his own private fortune was practically wasted on time enterprise Now that Hawaii has been annexed the Queen Dowager Kaplolnni Issuing her two nephews for property In lion olulu worth hundreds of thousands of dollars which ahe had previously deeded to them while another report is to the effect that tho ex queen In go lug back to time islands to live TICK richest mine in the world pro duces neither gold nor silver It Is the Calumet and Hccla copper mine which the other day declared its lOSth dirt deed nuking an aggregate dlstrlbu lion of profits to the amount of 834 850000 The great Comstock lode and the equally fateod4 gold joints eould not compare with hlot t I 4- H t 4 OJ iii G1 T tt T A II t1 t HUMOROUS tart1a11F duqe1 Sgfic Stouts nesV1arttptj i full lift ff Pull kngth but oulytabodtI tvWM thirds width Detroit fourHilV elentUteSo you iliscotercA titan female burglar In your house tIObourse fche atOppdV on a babys ai sb her aloll and thought it vaiia noose n Detroit Free Press A student in the city schools win huts recently taken till grammar ally ho likes it bul1on1ho Imlnt cejr ios he can work the exnnhllea very jood yetWest Union Gazette The Sweet ThingstInud11hetr I get engaged 1l101 tnt ri1 to ItaVe any mystery about It Marle t tiont see stow you can help it dean IEveryone will regard It ns a mystery llroaklyn Life Whnta that extra about ContraV I jlction that tho Yale WRit captured I No that was an hour JlQofhlslaa contradiction of tho contradiction t that there hind been any contradiction of the reportYale Record i Hope for Him Y t1cnolVhCnI gave my first concert tour people had to be Varrifd fainting out of thethall FrltmWOh but since that time your voice hns considerably hu proved Fllrgeiulo matt tcr sinew Wlint He 1Vnntedirate Pa rlutlell that young SoftleJgh that r he must tense his visitsI here I forbid i him the house Daughter Hut papa he doesnt want the house Its me IICH after Chicago Dally XCWK 1 Playwright excitedlyThey are calling for the author What shall I tie Stage Manager who lint seen T 7 time crowc1Youtl better slip out of the stage doer and make your CH cape while there IK lineBeatontGlobe KEEP OPEN FOR THE CYCLISTS Ill p re Ari HonillioniirB Whose floor Arc Novrr Mount Dtirlnir the 1Irelhuti Crnra A Wheeling may be on the wane an has bfiii aborted by ninny n iperoon in anti i ut of the trade of late yet there are lumbers of wayside roadhotines where fdlhlcH and drinkables are sold that are never closed The o establish menu are kept open that the early rider or century mnn tiny not be left without means of allaying thirst or hunger In tact the man who Investi gated while making an early run tins other day wan uurprised to note time number of such places open to nil com era Ho wanted to know more so while nlunrhlng a refreshing glass he naked time attendant at n popular South tide resort It it paid I cannot say that It pays was fkt reply but if wo dont keep open others will and we lint forced by worn petition to do so Many persons start out on long rides in the early morn Ing thus dodging wagons Crowds and Miter unpleasant features of bicycle riding nod it Is to this hillS we cuter Then again our places muse for time most part open and we had to employ a watchman to guard the tahlcschairs w and other articles which could not be stored away each night no we con cluded that It would be simpler to keep n uoiiple of waiters nnd plenty of edi tiles on hnrd and servo our customer nil night Another thing U that many century run are undertaken nt night when there can be no unpleasant Inter ruptioiiK null wo are always called upon to serve time participant There Is nothing mere grateful 1 In time early morning to a bicycle Miler than n cup of hot coffee and we make a tpeulalty of that keeping it hot and strong all night It muse senses to tone down the reveler who linn been out on his wheel mill night celebrating and iKCflu n tonic to brace up on before going house Yen we must keep open nail we shall continue to do so until the Know falls timid the bleyole Is laid away to rest amid rust It In an Innova Lion this jcar but it will be a lasting one Wc have n bicycle repair Hhdp YA tttachcd to this place which in ILIAD kept open nil night and we have ninny calls for the services of our mechanic to repair wheels It saves ninny a bang walk trundling n wheel to have ablks shop on the road ready to repair wheels or stop up punctures Chics go Chronicle llrrnlc Work of Our Nnrnl MlilKVI A conMplclotm feature of our naval operations Is the astonishing work performed by the small craft in thu regular nnd auxiliary squadrons In bold capture anti effective fighting time plenntire yachts tugs revenue cutters and HghthoiiRr tenders that were hastily converted Into war craft hsrn excited the wonder of the naval world at hinge With armaments of one three and slxpoundem and Colt and Mnjcliii machine guns these saucy lit tie teiielx have held their own with the ponderous cruisers and haliteyships The feat of the Gloucester fore mrrly time pl osure yacht CorsalrIsrdestroying the torpedo boat dcairajs eU Pluton and Furor during Cervereu tight train Santiago de Cubs jvlf eNta = 3f till most remarkable IB avaHiiii rttfnab Time l glelIswkMHjrrt a J other small craft have 4reilstof i their credit of corresponding ImupeitKtsw 4 it The great utIJHy M Mvsli W gets hiss been AaMesstrated r WfPOI t Monte laiiitkrUltufelre- isttascrsrkilaJl a I Jtjj1M g lost jt j ti tlC tIIl L t 1 1 t1 u II I WiUl COfHTT TOilVWt TOPICS r Ifn AtjthMy Lowe k OtItIte sick lust u Hfi Hill aed Lu McNabb are oa the WOlcJ tAunt Polly RoM fell the other day and kurt ker are- JeLITOllver of Glencairn was In Toll verlaat week JT Sexton of Maytown was It Tollver Saturday The tlare being put up from May town to Hazel GrteuJor the teltphoner lianford Alannln will enter college at Iterea December 28 Ho will take with him ware four or five students Riley Coldiron and wife accompanied by their Accomplished daughter oi Lau rel have been visiting friends and rela tives in Toliver for ftfcw days Last a huriday morning aa your scribe WU OB his W8t to school bo heard n young lady of Tolivor use the following language in song that would haw made the prodigal weep had ho belrd it gontIWhere the fruit I tltfnng over I mil him In the meadow Where thexlr ii sweet with clover Oct 3 SltJNKR CAMPTON CURRENCY LibertySaturdaySaturdayMrs Little of Elkatawa is visit ing relatives here Henry M Sword and his father returned home last week from Virginia Miss Lizzie Lykins of No 327 Locust street Dulfvlllo was in town Saturday Kelley Funks and Frank Stamper were elected school trustees in thia district Saturday JnmoH Duff of Leo county Virginia in visiting his brother W D Dun near tills place Itov II 0 Moore the now pastor of the M E church south arrived here Saturday night Kentuckyinfantryifiiiffiii prior to being mustered out Mrs Itosa Collier has just returned from Drcnthltt and Perry counties where she has been visiting relatives Samuel erree of tho Third Kentucky volunteer infantry now in Lex ington Iin at homo on 30 call1lnt James E Faulkner of Co K First Kentucky volunteer infantry arrived homo Saturday night on 30 days sick furlough J T Williams of the Fourth Ken lucky volunteer infantry now at Annie ton Ala writes me that ho is netting along all right At the recent term of tho Wolfe cir sontencetito uplorJohn D Kincaids store near Torrent was burglarized on last Monday night and last night Deputy Shcrilft O U and T II Hanks in company with Mr Kin cnid arrested onestir Stuart near the lodgedhimAs tho days pass by into the dead and funeral past T Y Fitzpatrlcka pros itocta for ro election to congress grow hornyhnnl1cdwill rally around his standard until vie tory perches upon his banner Oct 2 Suiiu JACK Coughed 25 Years I suffered for 25 years with a cough fflid spent hundreds of dollars with doc tore and for medicine to no avail until I used Dr Hells Pino Tar Honey This remedy makes weak lungs strong It lots saved my meJ Ii llosscll Grants burg III MORGAN COUNTY 0 CONSOLATION OHAT floes Leo and J H Word woro guests of 01V Cecil Sunday 0 0 Long nUll II II Blankonship wore visiting at Salem Sunday largestrDr W L Qovcdon will preach nt Connotation Saturday and Sunday at tho usual hours Our school election Saturday lpassed ofl quietly there being only one trustee and three pntnnSIrescnt- GrunnII u Darker as she was best known tiled Saturday at her homo on TylersF Elders Adorns and Dellnsk closed a 10 days meeting at tho Caskey schoolhouse Sunday night with four additions two by baptism and two by reclamation Much interest WRit manifested and tho best of order prevailed thoughout the services Miwcfe Maggie Rose and Clara Miller two of tho fairest lowers of Lacy creek were visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity Saturday and Sunday and Miaa Maggie rave us some of tho fincft music we ever lietonod to She Is a nat ural organist Oct 5 TilE DKAKR Married at tho residence of the brides z father Alex Rose on Sunday tho 2nd w irist Harry Fallcq and Miss Martha floe Elder U H Little officiatedI f g L nit PAMX Ae4 Trial It OTM MMT Amwilai tits r11111p11ftNtt Hoi Te Fltxpttrlck Dewecratlt omgKMMM from the Teeth district WM la the city Friday attending the weetiBg of the Democratic State Central committee When liked his views on territorial expansion by p reporter for the Morning Herald Mr Fitzpatrick said that he did not prefer to speak for publication on that subject but thought that tbo matter should be deliberated i at length before a final conclusion was arrived al or to use his exact words 11 Wo will have to put ice on our heads keep cool and think a long time as to keeping thoPhlllppincs Mr Fitzpatricksaid that ho is at n loss to know what they will do with us not what wo will do with hem if they are retained Lexington Herald Oct 1 spree Deepen li CeHitltatlon From Benjamin Franklin When you are sick what you like best li to bo cfioien for n medicine in tho first lace what experience tells you isI belt tu je chosen In the ccond place what reason I e Theory asIra Ila beat to be chosen li- tho last place uut Ifyou can get Dr Incli nation Dr Experience anti r Reason to hold a consultation together they will give you the best advice that can be taken When you have a bad cold Dr Inclina lion would recommend Chamberlain Cough Remedy because it is pleasant and safe to take Dr Experience would ro commend it because it never fails to effect a speedy and permanent cure Dr Reason would recommend it because it is prepared on scientific principles and acts on natures plan In relieving the lungs opening tho secretions and restoring the system to a natural and healthy condl lion For sale by J Taylor Day Mrs Fanny Crayon On September lilt it pleased the Lord to call up higher Mrs Fanny Craven wife of John W Crayon of llothwcll Mrs Craven was a member of the Chris tlan church at this place and lived n consistent Christian life Who was a good wife a loving mother and kind neigh bor Our loss is surely her eternal gain and we sorrow not as those who have no hope To tho bereaved husband and children wo lean only say she hath only gono on before and will welcome you there Sho is at rest in tho Fathers house where there are mnny mansions You must look unto Jesus who will strengthen you Look behind the cloud tho sun U still shining Oh death where Is thy sting Oh death where is thy victory 1 Thankit be to God who givoth us tho victory through our Lord Jesus Christ WM H Cone Hazel Green Ky Cincinnati Live Stock Market The Cincinnati Live Stock Record of Friday gives tho following as tho best prices for that day No choice cattle on tho market today Top price for those on side 185 Top price for calves 750 Top price of light logs 30i heavy 390 fleet sheep brought 400 nest lambs brought 560 The above were actual sales but it should be borne in mind that they repre sent tho best of their class on tho market that day TUB HKUALD will each week give tho best sales of tho Friday before which is alone worth the price of the paper NOW IIs the time to subscribe Qlllmoro Oloanlncs 11 Undo Uemnn writing from Gilt more snysII The funeral of Rev JP Ely will bo preached tho third Sunday in this month at this iplace by Itevf Haulsey and McQuinn All friends nUll relatives nro invited llobt Back wife and sister of Quicksand are vlsltiiiR relatives and friends In this vicinity1 F Ely is suffering with something like a tumor in tho thront N n Graham is preparing to move to Hazel Green to school his children Tako Notice TO AM WHOM IT MAY COXCKHN I Clay Row will not be responsible for any trade that Asa Rose my son may make or act or any business trans action that ho may enter into And furthpr that I exorcise no jurisdiction over any property that ho owns or has in any way Given under my lived this 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