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J u U HE 11 EL aREENHBRALt0 w Established March 4 1885 Mado Famous In tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max OlUU d c g and COOPKB ICdllor The ordest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quote par IIItki KHtNCty MiMtikisf t 100 AYEARh YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE HIJ1I xa s I fIDARTERDcRO GOODS I r nffOBTEBS T iiiC NOTIONSC KY tt Inference A J GREEN SOWS iJWHOLESALE C St 1IootSSU p 625 W MAIN STREET x ij riJOUISVIll1lIr l t aaj r iENDElIGDSlING 5 CO 1 1TS GAPS STRAW GOODS Glovos Umbrella ee7 and 620 W Main St- LOUISVILLE KY JnJi Sflutlleworttl t 0 1oO 1L11rrArrtrElts AND jonrrr8 or SBOYSGlOTHNnrI I r J t1iJ r19JElbJ Ii eaw Kersey rissiincrc Cor1 nrry Pint if nnil Suits t P Ii i DUCK COATS Ire arks wldgetl to be Stllplr t nn T productil Sizes guaranteed u marked Y f FSOLD BY I J TAYLOR DAY HAZEL GREEN KY jjifH ROBINSON NORTON CO- yf LOUISVILLE KY I r HUG H E S OLD REtI BIEt t Chills1 TONIGCures Me SlOO Bottles Druggists Havo It l PROVEDTASTE PLEASANT J R b JnsonPettetCoJSKrKvt Vi BODE HARDWARE COMPA- NYWHOLESALE3l I WARIr t CINCINNATI O 1 Refer a J Taylor Dny Ilncl Green tae mIPErr i 1 l 1 I iJL CINCINNATI p IGOOThe loadinf houso for FANCY DRY 1 tand2OTI0NS I tHTdpocial attention to Mail Ordorsf l f 5YER1SE 11fl1EJIC i fVorT rr AXD JonnEits OK JURNiSNIG GOODS HOSIERY n ff1 Underwear White Goods I OTIONS a FANCY DRY GOODS j 285S27 Race St I V a SaSLn DIIUCIHHATI iff APO o IJ t miSII rci Manufaeturcra and Jobbers of 4I POTS SHOES 5 RUBBERS Wo 3 W PEARL STREET CINCINNATI ET YOUR NOTETIEAMSKnvolopoB i BUII nIprinted nt UERiLD l CRtnlocuca oll1cc s I V = a uroav GENERAL NEWS Japan has sent two formidnblo cruisers to Chinese waters rogirPutwi11Free mail delivery went into effect at PhciMiixvillo Pa Oct b A rePortedSouthern army olllcors refuse to eat with negro officers at Santiago Tho Seventh onpMichiganAkilled Jacob Jatkowskyt Newark Is JDon protonder nlounThe annexation of Hawaii has given n big boom to tho sugar in dustryTho Victor Coal Company of Colorado has boon sold fur several millions The oil wells of Senator Mills at Crsiii Tr1 tiol arc stud to not him about 100 a day A military plot against the French gvrrnnionlisi said to Illwe boon discuvxrid in Paris Lowii MsEcir now in Detroit forcoryMwill 14k rxtraditlrl to uernu1I1Y MrJ Tnii Icnlprp of Vicks uurt diAsn ilietllutaay iiiirlit from thy ortocls ofa spiders into Gon forriAm has appointed aboard tl examine in to ih Hii ency of Captains Tower and Wat sun I 1k4rtoi1lpnL will n Iff 1 r thof iRFTlftion of an null to Iimlou bforo his return from his western trip 1 npptnhhasstate must furnish separate ccach os for negroes Near Casks I11nl Dawson aged CO years foil front a fence on which ho was sitting and expired of heart trouble Thus S Nowellof Uoon just returned from Alaska believes tho territory should have n ropresont ativo in congress Columbia hits terminated diplomatic rotations with Italy and tho fooling between tho two countries is again becoming hostile A C Clovolnnd of Nevada has announced himself n candidate for United States senator from that state to succeed William M Stew artIt is stated that a proclamation will bo issued in China threaten ing the infliction of capital pun ishment upon any person insulting EuropennRILargo numbers of counterfeit 100 silver certificates have been i produced in San Francisco It iis said that 5000 of these spurious bills wore sent to tho Klondike Tho converted yacht Wasp la been assigned as a training shin for tho use of the Illinois naval1 militia Tho vessel will start for Chicago via the St Lawrence ca j nal Alaska Indians have abandoned i fur hunting and joined tho whites I in the search f6r gold As tho re suIt Alaskas fur output has dwin I dIed from 750000 to 100000 inn year Tho roat warship Illinois has 80 steam engines of clifluront patters f besides a full armament ofI all kinds of guns She is one ofE tho most formidable fighting craft afloat Roports from various points in Georgia iudicato that tho storm of Inst week was disastrous to tho crop and tho damage sus tained is holier to have reached 5000000Tho Old Sottlers Associa tion has bought a 30acro tract of oflendmeeting Thorn is n handsomo grove on the tract and n lino resi donco will be erected for lisp nan place for the societys reunions 1i n THE OPENING DAY OF THE FAIR I sing a song about a fair Tho greatest oer was seen It opened on a rainy day At dear old Hazel Green The people came from far and near To see the horses run But ohalas tho rain camo down And knocked out all the fun And yet they lingered on a while With hope shed in each heart Tho sun would brightly shine again The clouds would soon depart 13 ut disappointment came und knocked Against their hearts a thudtAnd all the people saw that day Was nothing elso but mud K- Witli broken promises at the startrNow wasnt that a whack The Flying Dutchman spinninground While mud was on tho track The opening day just took the cake And gave some folks a pain They went straight homo a wiser lot And neer came back again T I N U A Pulucah TOLIVER TOPICS I Aleck Oldfioltl visited Grass crook Sunday hinAaron Mannin Omor was visiting Tolivor last week and taking the fair JJ K Holing loft Sunday morn ing for Louisville whore ho will attend tho Masonic Grand Lodge Sanders McNabb and nccomp lished daughter Mies Loaner Powell county woro visiting Tolivor lust week Yo scribe is rocoiptofn letter from Frank Mannin who has boon Jacksonville Fin Ho army life1 is tough Oct 18 SHINER Tako Notice To AM WHOM IT MAY COXCEIHf I Clay Rows will not responsible for any undo that Asa Rose my may make or any business transaction that may enter into And further that I exercise no jurisdiction over any property that owns or has In any way Given under my hpnd this Sept 1898 CLAY ROSE Old papers 20c a hundred t I a f n J = h Ir YiRing out tho old Ring lathe new f1 Ring out tho false Ring In the true We bring to you the new and true from Urn pIney forests of Norway DR BELLS PinonTarHoney Natures most natural fmtJy Improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Posttlvo Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tutors The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhiln rated the microbe bearing mucus Is cut out the cause of that tickling Is removed and the Inflamed membranes healed anJ soothed so that there Is no Inclination to cough f SOLD ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottle Only 25o GOo and 100 Sixes uABE YOU GETIMmDo 10UIoU OeYC need ey7Jloneywrnk Jura BtrODgMra MetcaUft Ky on of in in of in in moved to bo son or act ho ho 24 are BY SURE LAUREL CHAT theySterling court touchingsMondayJohn n pair of 2 yoar old steers at 05 John Brown sold two steer calves to C D Samples for 80 Goorgo Beaaloy and wife visited Newton Maloney and family Sun dayNowton Maloney has boon suff oring for fonr weoks past with n boil on his nock Robert Brooks and Wnltor Lowo SnmplcsInRtQuito a crowd attended a moot ing hero last Sunday conducted MorganMiller Clarence Trimble of this place was visiting his father and mother on Lacy creek Saturday and Sun dayOct 17 ALPHA Tho representative of n Pitta burg company is negotiating for 20 acres of land on tho banks pf tho Manchester ship canal England whero it is proposed to drocfc a noncorrosivo motal manufactory which will omploy 6000 mon 1i r Ar r ajnb F 1ka rA Y t tlf iiPl L- c 0 i1 7ii Mud MM Ylyiif l lailL From the Shsrpaburg fair there f Came a Flying Dutchman and therebyhangspenser of juvouilo joy was set up on tho lot bohind the old Mitchell 1ofdrew a crowd of rubbers that proverbialjaybird ors like Barkis worn willin1 but didnt have tho price One young applesthoughthurry up wagon and wanted to takp his customary rido He grew indignant because ho was asked to cough up a nickel Ho said he producedthomotor did not think tho gout sober enough to stick his mount and objected to his riding His royalrryejags said ho was a U rough ridor and immediately started a FlyingDutchman soared away in tho direction of tho land of Spencer Cooper tho Hazel Green hair the homo of pretty SterlingSontinelDomocrat This sumo Flyingl Dutchman r lit in Fronchburg last Mondays 4 flying Tuesdaybutfinlinganother1 Itlaeohowings and flow back to Mt Stor 48itntor= Delloyo In Paying the Preacher Tim little country church of 178 members at Wilmoru composed wholly of farmers has undertaken to raise in full tho salary of their pastor Rev Dr Guorrant allow mug him six months of tho limo for pledgingliinl ntJlOIIJtlwties Danville Advocate Valuable Property For Balo Kosidunco in Winchester 11 rooms lot 50x2 10 in best part of lrngnificontIproperty Price 5500 Address r or cull on T 11 Morrow Winches ter or Jackson Ono hundred mon of the Tonnes spa regiment at San Ffancinco will bo discharged Old pnpcra 20e u lretlr M4 ELREE S Win OfabM Ormonntrntod ten thousand times tbnt U Is almost iufalllbla FOR WOMANS CUIg WEAKNESSF dorangemeatsItremedyfor IItrllthenIntho monntruD organ It cure wombIt vtireifod and palnfnl menstruation For Ch ngo of Lifo It U tho bssl rucdlclno made It JI beneficial during pregnancy and helps to brlDIr chlldreoInto homes barren for rat sttwu late trengthen t118h010 rys tem This sro t remedy in offered to all afflicted women Why will any woman aaffcr another minute with certain relief within reach yetbottleTor odtkt to cam mpiMnj tvetM Atnt Hon cOArtti pifina wnptomi tM Ladttf k C4Mp11vitfrlf z per MfMMiMNriHfcwMhif J t 1 q I tJ J J rcr Lu1 J j JTI TTpf CI vs RI fl ptI ill ePKNCKR COOPER TttplUM HAZEL ORBEN I I t It SINCE MOTHER WENT AWAY Tho old pbmbfl mighty lonesome nowlt alpt what one would call A honwfJusHIko It usedl to be foro mother died last fal- lThoughfnowingaho Is bcttcrOff somehow I aint content For things nbOut tho old place hero have changed no since she went Theres nothln1 like It used to bo about tho dear old place An llfo Is Inckln flavor of her oldtlmo love nn grace Poe though Ive lived hero fifty yenrsJust fifty to n day It doesnt seem like homo no more alnco mother wont away- I am the onlyono thats loft now old and feeble grown Left hero In my dccllnln yeans to struggle- on alono Tho children all arc scattered far abroad oer land nn sea An everythings so changed about from what It used to he Tho old house Is no silent now where none but mo remain Tho last unbroken link of what wits once n perfect chitin There aro none left to comfort me or give f encouragement Along lifes solitary way alnco dear old mother went Yes home Is mighty lonesome nowder ncrtcd sad an drear Dcrcft of half u century of wifely love an cheer The awiotncns of the long ago tho bright lions of the May To wintry gloom has peen transferrwl nlnco mother went away Sidney Warren Masu In Good Hoimi t keepingAn Army Wife 1 BY CAPTAIN CHARLES KING Copyrighted dy5Teanysen Ncelyl SYNOPSIS Chapter I Fannie Mrlnne u aunt widow U tavltml to vlult the CSraftonn rat Kurt Stdgwlrk Her Uttr tries to ills Hiintiu hor us Itnmlolph Mrrrlam whom nlio linil jilted for old 1lclaar and his bride are stationed there rhl nurallvn then Rota back to tho time of the ugBRttaent of lean nlu to Merrluiii t CIIAITUI n I own I never thought of her mnrry Ing la the nrmysuidluut Clinrlotie UN do other aunt null mother utter ttheir ylrlB have been tampuljalng nt the Iolnt Vhnt Income If nay Into younut tWo your pay wns Incle Mollons inorotOt hepointt IntcrrognJlon Nothing nlr ellneither bus slur That Iin what Abe hns iti so 8111nllll wouldnt keep that extravagant child in gloves You two hail butter be sensible wad think it over Handy Merrinm did think It over hid gall to no purpose The more he thought the more ho declaredl hint elf hapolcfly nUll IIrrevocably In love null ns MinnI i Fan took kindly to his protcstntlniiM out tarry and Charlotte took kindly to him niid ympiithlcd with the sol dierly fellow who wan evidently much of n gfiitlcman andsoI much In burr it roeultct In his being mndr welcome at 1arrys club rerrlvod quite ns Parry was Hi the Mellen since tint oftener luau onuo fl week could he net nwny front his duties nt the Point and uhen Neil nnd Chnrlotte were ntnrrltd na thy were IIn ntatcI and styleI I early in the winter Mcirliin hail ninny n good Tensor for believing tint despite his poverty the next wedding reception Lead nt thc Mellens beautiful home would be ore In which hv would be vitally Interested Well ho was hut ret in the way or manner expected In fact he did not lit tend the ceremony or the reception indeed he was not bidder A very ills ngreenble thing happened to him with- In n month after the Parryliny wnrd wedding one that overwhelmed him vlth mortification mill distress nnd vnuncil no little indignation among his comrades Everybody knew Handy Merriam was In debt Ho made no secret of It Ho was extravagant in his tastes hnd incurred obligations before going on duty ut the Iolnt and found it imposkMdo to catch up there There were three or four accounts he hud been asked to settle ns they had been running some flute but he put them oil front month to mouth hoping thnt he might soon be able to obtain possession of a snail sum of money left him by the will of n relative two cars before It urns only n few thousand dollars yet even that Imd been contested together with n number of similar begncstsand the 1r legal complications hnd been ns ex asperating ns the laws delay could innkc them One day moon after Char lottes wedding Merrinm was sum moned to the presence of the super intendent and was regretfully told that four of his creditors hnd united in an appeal to the war department and the matter had been referred to him as post commander Merriam wns lOn founded He had seen and talked with fine of then only n few weeks before and no Mich action land even been Muted at Nor did he know that nay one of their number was aware of his Indebt edness to the others Frankly he had i told illss Fau of these matters before he told ber of his love but It mode ap jHiMatly 00 impression on her Let r y e 1 V tbrthcbald tI Youll soon be t rRJlcto11tt y+ then ten times over Frankly hc lad talked of It to one or two of his Intimate and later to Parry 1 who had grown to like him and who bas a lawyer thought his little Inheritance could jiot tic much Ilonger with held It Vould frcolSVfilj it w dtfld very prettily furnish their quarters mid still leave a few hundrtd to the fore He remembered too that tnele Mclleii lint made some InqulrlwoHiim anti thdt In perfect frankness he had replied lad note jus itt ttfijl iiomcut when lie was full of hoje nnulnnpncl s came this cruel mortificationl Such notion on the part of his creditors was unac countable but ns the superintendentI said It was a solemn fact Deeply Hin grlned he told the colonel the whole 1111p1Im sorry Merrinm sold he halt theres only one thing for you to do Theres no telling when youll ever get that Inheritance When lawyers once get hold of an estate its dollar to dimes nobody else ever does and by the time judgment IK awarded in your fa vor it will be eateirup In fees and In numerable ehargeH Yell cannot count oil a cent of it You cannot save any thing to speak of lucre Just capltalie thoscdebts of yours borrow the money from sonic business unfit on reasonable time and interest get your life insured III his favor and go nut and join our troop Ve can licit you relieved as at your own request anti once out on the frontier you eau save so much a month and little by little pull yourself out And leaving Ills prettysweetheart I lis chosen friends andI pleasant stir rorndlngs tthis tnt oNaotly1 what toady Merrlam did Ned Tarry with n puzlcd loon on his face had listened tto bin mournful recital hull promptly ottered his services and his bunk iu count nnd male but one stipulation Dont you go near those fellows Mer anal Let me have the bills maul Ill send you the receipts for Tarry lead a theory of his own Scdgwiek was lIa dreary a post so flu as surroundings were eoneeraed ns could be foundI In the west It stood on a pebbly mesa lint and barren over looking the narrow tortuous tdnillow canyon throughttulch rippled the waters of the Situ Mntoo Across the western horizon hung n low jugged urtnin of dlHtnnt bhic mountain Far nwny to tin northwest a snow j111i shimmered In the darzling vuniiliine but north east and south the low roll lug contour of the prairie like the ground swill of the ocean was lout Iin Illimitable monotony The only troea were HOIIIO willow down In ni MvroyoI Hint emptied its rivulet utter a rnln rtonn lute till stream The only giicnI things were the blind and vines nii the pinsus of the ollleors quarters Yet iVdgwlok wan n big post an important pout for II great Indian reservation lay only 20 milts away toward the moun tain Two hints of railway met at the junction three miles iowii Htrenui and by riding a few milL went ward one came suddenly1 upon a fertile volley where gram nnd trees abounded dad where nil nature itrcmed to smile nnd wboro by rights the old post nhould have been located lint nil that wax In dian reservation when Scdgwlok won built and not until Ionic after did the territorial otlleials succeed III getting It lopped lilY from Lot allotment and thrown open to settlement Along tin battery Mimics of the Santa Clam were now apaches by the dozen anti n hun tired or more of enterprising settlor and between them nnd the thronging garrison at Sedgwlek was tenet nil good will andl every kindly relation when Kandy Merriam mule out in the DecemlMr of the Columbian year de termined to take lilt punishment liken man lie bad sworn on elgnr+ and extravagance of every kind For a time be even declined to subscribe to the hop which were charming affairs for the band was excellent and the regiI ment blessed with many lovely and lovable wnmollh Merriam spends all of bis money in stamps wna the com ment of Ihllgarrison wits for ho wrote i tiny after day to his distant darling in i the exist That winterI Ned Parry ac emit the junior partnership in the great llrm of iraeme Knyburii in Chicago and noted thither with his lovely wife while Fan remained with lust and Uncle Mellon In lotham pin lug presumably for her faraway sol them Troy find yet writing much less fre quently than he did for the detnands or society were Incessant and auntie kept her on till go Ono day in April there etunca letter from the east at sight of which molly Merriums face wits radiant with joy IIt brlelly told Inca that the long itlgn lion wns over and that Home 1500 nil that was left of the original0000 wore nt his dlsposnl Jubilantly confidently then he wrote to Fanny to name the day anti In course of time there carte a reply long selfaccusing t penitent miserable but aKsuftlelent The tiny was named mitt so wns the man Mr John Harold McLane of New York n wealthy widower of 55 The wedding of Miss Ilayward null Mr Mo La DC followed so speedily the an nouncement Of the engagement that elderly club men long years the shunts of thc groom barely land time to eon cod suitable forms of compliment anti congratulation The reception which followed the ceremony however was I toIleiis long preparing the 1 a J v cveiiU The business relations existing for a decade between Uncle Mcllen and John McLane were wen understood Indeed the match was declared to be of Uncle Mellens making and the whole transaction wns openly referred to by lounger lnb nlLlI M amofitMellcnchol- 1y murmur Charlotte Parry went on front Chicago to attend It but Ned her devoted lord pleading very pressing Ipro fessional engagements positively re fused tORo lie wrote a lcter to Uncle Mellon about that time however which gave oHicr reasons for his non attend ance and to which the recipient after several attempts found It Impossible to rlplotrs Parry hastened back to Chicago immediately after the recep Hon wad front that tiny neither she nor hw husband set foot within the Motions doors Aunt Charlotte declared thus conduct of her niece most undutiful ungrateful unaccountable hut h her hus hand soil nothing Time bride was a vision of girlish beauty Hint bright June wedding day and McLane was ns handsome stud well preserved a fellow of 55 as even Now York could show lie was evidently deeply in love and Immeasurably proud mind happy As for the ladyshe looked to the full as joyous and radiant as nay lover lord could ask tumid her manner toward McLane much more than twice her years nearly three tunes In fact was sweet shy appealing nnd trusting mill in one Many women In societyI old nod young envied her and everybody appropriately congratulated him and wished lice joy Macs plan for the honeymoon included a yachting tour through the Scottish isles and So on to North Cape but Fan surprised him She hid soon so much of Iurope slut I said and so little of their own country ConUlnt tthey go to Chicago for the worlds fair and then to Niagara amid Mown the St Lawrence and thrcupi t he White mountains nmltlue Catskills So this they did eomiagback toGotham forn round of receptions and social gayetles in the late autumn then going to Florida and thence to New Orleans for the Mardi Gras and Ithen Fan begged to be taken to Coronado nod Monterey She longed she said to see Sonthirn California and the Sunset Koute bore theme within three mills cf old Fort Sedgwitkou I Iieir westward I way The Cirnf tons were slilliltI Wont Point Then1 WHS only one olllcor at the post whom she lknew nUll none who were known to herr husband IIt wns tin oclock of a soft sunshiny February afternoon one of those matchless days for whieh the mho the Uio lento I Is famous MelJinewis plnyimug dutil j I r She hastily lower the ihado my in the smoklngwom The young wife was ynwainf over u book Slit teas looking it mint be owned nc only bored but somewhat dusty nndI di sheveled unit she was consciom of the fuel which made her look still worse She was remarking lams baked maid tiny and dreary Had monotonous was the landscape and wondering where they were tail what was the name of those faraway blue mountains under the derv path of the ynn geography was ilint one of her strung points wtien the train slackened speed and rolled slowly into a station that seemed mUll popu hLIIIstood nnother train almost the taro terpart of their own nod on the station platform of what tins evidentlyI n eon netting road were groups of swarthy elgarettesmoklng Mexicans n few stolid silent Indians and then was fnshtonmuldvdressed garb and there at the platform stool waiting ambuhuifes and orderlies vi Iii led horses and the sound of merry chat and laughter came iloating In at the open window and people occupy ing sec tions on the loft FIIot the Pullman crossed over to her slue nod azcd with all their eyes Whats the mmneof this porterSantaYnwnduhs Foht Sodgwlekthree stiles out there on the mesa Fanny MeLancs heart gave a sudden jump The train which hind stopped an instant before crossing the other track moved slowly on and then under the grip of the air brakes canto to a stand beside the platform and con scions that she was looking her worst looking yellow in feet she drew back from the window anti hastily lowered the shade Then merry voices and laughter ouch light bounding foot steps were heard at the head of the car anti in came n joyous party officers nail ladies A tall Blender girl seemed the object of general interest null her bundles and wraps were deposited In the opposite section by one officer another bore a brandnew hag another n rt b e- Y bunch of beautiful roses nnd ten worn en hung about the girl and kissed her and cooed over her nnd with the ex perienced eye of her sex Mrs Melon- needed only one glance tit the pretty stylish traveling suit nt the jaunt little hat at the slender taporingboot nit so new and glossy to realize at ore c hunt hero was a bride an army bride mill one beloved of her kind for one woman after another clung to her ns they kissed and many eyes were wet and nil were filled with love dud trust and tenderness God bless you Floy tinning cried one enthusiastic girl Pm so KO glad weve got you In our reg Iuncut I was so afraid the Killers wouldJ never let you go And this too seeme an allpervnding sentiment among the men whose rapt wore decorated with crossed sabers while others who wore the badge of the infantry and their wives timid daughters seemed to have nn OllIyou back at Sedgwlek was the put port of what was sold by more than one of their number Then came warnings to leave the train The conductor was shoutingj All aboard nod bearing her withI them they rushed tummltnonsly to the rear platform Then very slowly at first the ear began to move and the other occupants of the Pullman pokedI their heads out of the windows nndI looked lack along the platforms as ac clamations followed there Rut Mrs McLane still shrank behind the lowered shade her heart beating strangely and tier ears straining as thounli to catchi the tunes of a voice long unheard lastt heard only with sweet L1IIntiol Man Ily tones we io shouting Godspeeds and1 goodbyes Womanly voices add ing their inconsiderate pleas for let tern and then as the speed increased and the voices died away the passen gets slipped back to their sections nnd strove not to scent to be on the watel for the return of the bride It wasi quite a little while before site reap p8red Mrs MeLano was conscious she was coming because of the hackI ward glances of her fellowtravelers and under their long lathes lice own eyes took their eager sidelong peep She came ohII till1 soldierly form Iill gray Itraveling garb clone at her side one arm hnlf encircling half support ing her Sin bud evidently Ii rut weep ing a little fOIuSlhIlrIt1 herself and looked fondly up tii his fare the great limit rous dorpbrown eyes were vet with letirs bill ill fart mitts glad Ii el by theloicaud trust that honein thei A iiroad4innldered buck bending de votedly over the girl was about 111 Fanny MeLano could we of the einrhat it was enough to eniiM her hirt to stand suddenly still She fet ns though she were clinking as though she maul have nil Then slit heard his voice doeptonei manly 1 tender the very tones her ears humid been straining to hear a few minutis before mind then springing from her scat her handker thief raised to and shrouding lice face slit too hurried to the rear door of the car anti stood there clinging to the rail for support The man in gray the de voted bridegroom win Randolph Mer rlnm lad there at the rear door slit bunt creel until till clouds of t Inking dust drove or within h was the mens end of the ear nnd fragrant eignr smoke tins drifting from the room in which pinyingturned end for end If only she could get her bag and roach the women toll etroom unobserved Let him and his and that girlsee bet looking as site tent IIl1wnol for woldel Jot to that toiletroom and wash nwny I the prime tad dust IInl1Icinders get out tier idea hol lamp mind curl that rebellion stringy front Anti prink and powilrr wad retouch those faded lilies and brows nil this slur must do before fac lag him nod hr Put how to get there without pastthetashoulder NNO1 furtive prop from behind the brown curtain into the Win interior revealed tIll broad gray shoul tiers bent far over to the girls end of the seat lie wns leaning over herjJojk big down Into her eyes talklngearnest 1 ly to her There was no comfort in the sight It stung her to instant action TO nn COTINUKI J AliMitrlipil othlnn At n gathering of Cambridge under graduates the head of one of tin col IC I or1IIlIllltlege heard the talk and proceeded to I administer probmiblyI said t hint the venerable person of whom you have been speaking with I such levity Is one of the profoundest scholars otollr I maybeany man of ourago hurts bathed more deeply In thesacred fountains of antiquity Or come drier ofthoFrewPrtssIMinctnntrShe tholonowlng otfrlotlllthtstreet b lleI dashafterShe Wnn nntrntipol JItilnfImychocolateagoRecord PERSONAL AND LlTElAtf J I hoeSir Herbert J masterJCnmflnlgn1t rtsuitctl Ir the total ttkhnllfuCoutjjt 1- llr Joluisons pocket notebooloftk1 trip he took to France with thelhral has boon discovered among e seam old papers Dclotglmig to thN pact Sa oel 1 Rogers that were examined recently The lately dbstroyed residence ay muhouiii In Leicester stlunrelondolitit famous John I hbtl1I si 11lnls as IllIIlIlc 1 I boenprpsrootedaccountant jhustpti Jears The story comes from London tlmVla order to divert his mind temporarily ChnmbeJIninof i Itiststrictly limited nutllellces1f The first grcnt grandrhild of Abra 0 atMount sic Lincoln Ueckwith Incurred thedii pleasure of her family by her runaway marriage last year with Il urrea neckf with Her father has never forgirta her President Mel Inley has beeumeaii pipe smoker Attornoylioneral Qrlggg 1 chews tobacco privately Postmaster General Smith smokes cigarettes Sec rtobaccor etc smoker The abstainers of tbecab suet are Secretaries Day lilies and 5 Long i ENGLANDS FRUIT SUPPLY 1 i InlltMl SliticN Seiulx Ilic Mont dailies 4- nnil Spnlu ltiiUn In Ctiutrlliu tfjj- tliiiiM or Jniiien 3 f All interesting statement of the i sources of Great itritnins food and vegetable supply is contained In time 1 oftTrade fur ISUT The United States of vi coure stands first In relation to apJ Ales with lSOSlli bushels Canada be I tug a fall second with liWOj To i get her these two count rhK contrib 1 utod JSJOOI l bushels out t f a lolatk Suppy of I11101171 bushels here wu It great drop to Holland iG77 bUlb els third in the list last year though Holgium which usually smis twice as many bushels as Holland was close s behiiKl with is2914 bushels France Portugal Spain Germany Drrmark Italy the Channel islands mist ralasla tutu a few unnamed count res help towards the total but scmi of them send only insignificant quantities France hns contributed over halt a 1 million bushels on more occasions than ono but not since 1S94 Australasia sent 100000 bushels last jjj year and nearly ns stanch in each of j time two preceding years lIdSlurni took the lead with pears last year v her contribution hinting hell 09SI bushels out of a total of 1051577 bushels Usually however France stands first though she sent only 2C9 14U bushels in 1S97 Holland the Unitii cd States Germany and Canada fol lowed in the order given As usual France supplied nearly half the plums imported or S09jM out cf 1043819 bushel Germany SS01K15 unhand 14950T Helghim 89000 and America and other countries the small bnancc France luuully if not always has been first for cherries and hi 1S07 dlc supplied Knglard the extra large quo tlty of 11I2C5C out of a total of 11229 t bushels Holland Germany and Bel glum followed in the order given oth er unnamed countries having sent 0111i a trifling quantity Spain was a long way abend 1oj7S75SO out of a total of 013713 busheli j1 of grnpes followed by Portugal with J lCOS bushels the Channel islands i with 13377 antUJelgium France Italy the Cnpc and Canada with small quan titles For unenumcrated fruit In cluding tomatoes the Canary Island have token the top place in recent years followed closely by Spal W dad nt n great distance by other coun tries Hut the returns of these fruits mixed as they are do not posseslii much interest It is surely time to give tomatoeia 1 separate heading and It would be well to do the slime for strawberries The only culinary vegetables separately enumerated are potatoes nnd onIons The Channel islands usually tnkC the lend for potatoes but in 1387 France H wns first with 1146741 hundred weIght out of a total of 3021203 hundredweight followed by the Islands yltn 1051500 hundred weight I1elglutD t was third last year taking the place usually held by Germany The fortneJ j country sent 597543 hundred weight mil the Intter 353000 hundred weight while Holland usually fourth cut IaF between these countries with 56207G hundred weight The Canary fslaads had mounted up their supply to near ly 101000 hundred weight In 1S96 afellsent 28990 and Malta 35129 spat t 11contributors11 doll MultaChleago Tribune rf 7 T f fff ff IIM f j t he Cause of Free Silver H hk ttt1ltni J JDEAD AGAIN i of Ooldooracy Once More Brian Notices of thel- fllrer HrrbindtlnltQuealon IJcuiUc I pepnrlalof tine allrcr question goes ll1cre bns bardly been nyp oat thntJkive euekttherdead in- kits the kits Is vernnuutturn of the g or title rind every event that can be truedI as having any political bear- whnU9cer has keen hailed ns an reTidence of the great uetthe tb Of sneer That the issue with r lusty vigor of youth persisted In ling oat of its readymade gold ted conin made no difference with titeerned doctors charged with ed I the Willi street newspapers They told It was dead and dead it must itj they had tr keep on killing it ttday Specially voluminous nnd vigorous been these dcelnrntions of demise ieneTfr a democrat of any promo iiceopenel1 hs muith to discuss any tr question Such conduct has Ho taken ns proof positive lint he abandoned silver whether the wtlon he discussed was the tariff jtrop + or UK weather It made no trance to tin electors For him took of anything else than the silver Mtlon ineant tlnt he had alum it iwd the position he took in the last wliinttnl campaign for him to talk jijrtblng else meant that the entire irhad nbaiilonrd the issue which Hlife to that campaign and showed ale world that the party was still Fut of th jeople lltn the democrats of congress nt- ttraIi scssi MI marifi sted di tier fs on certain phases of the tariff ii tlon nnd dscmsed then the stl Ijnetion wis pronounced deader ever The fact tint all declared tJves as firm In their belief in fcr Its ever made no difference with critics nor did the more impor tract that democratic conventions where were indorsing the Chi ijo platform Silver was dead the ors said soand that settled it lllere have been many ninnifistn tiof joy ever the difference of optn questionuritnrinl lee has been hailed as further evi Tltrtfustanrtkeeningtchiefoat of the tines and traitors who tried to injure their country dur this vnr xv I ifh says I bllndT11sJ1 ICdparts longerltadlrgquestlnOeaskedwhat IlIsueIIw IL If the democrat drop sliver Win for territorial expansion nnd u ittty the n publicans will accuse them enllng thtir thunder Consequently Nwlll be no IIssue Evening Post is just ns close us silireltorationlithe hundred and one tiinec when ienlng Post has chronicled its de 1and no dentlfr The action of theidonmentf just to thisl extent Hcsolutioiis Indorsingfhlcugo Wing the party position on the tquestkit- babe actions of the democratic potions of Texas nnd Missouri on gnerlon of territoriul annexation clemo1ito not propose to 11 away from silver as time user Ii xmug irature of time party flllth ullhrdemocratstPtelwhothoughtulutygf Wln t erritorinl expansion It ptbe effort on the part of some Fats upIon11jueandsorttt positionhtdiscussion there mind d In ainreasonableYktisible b7the ware- mir much they tiny litter on i rw tionii the democrats of maul otheratiei aiu J upport cf the iiosition takenXt Ha t questionSeon details of tar1latfon differe4question of tel rltorlnlit dlITerIlIIongB theBIndetlltorttionidu goWln genutullmcm Itwillr itCoastitutloa I f T OPENING THE INDIA MINTS Not Probably Ncnr as Some Im- aclne lint Cnnnot lly Any Power lie Indefinitely 1oitponed The report thnt the Indian mints are soon to he reopened to the free coins of silver confirmationrejection by the government of the de theFrenchwas so positive in its terms and of so recent origin that little ground for en couragement is left that a change has taken place In the convictions of those who rule the country and control its policies And it is quite as unlikely that either France or the United States as stated ehaugethetytwo to one There is nobody in this country authorized to otter in ad vance any such concession or nay con cession whatever If n change is ever made it is more likely to be to fifteen and n half to one to correspond to the old wolu1 ratio tuna to 22 or any other arbitrary figure necessitating a riiolnage of all Miesilverdollarsin ex istence It is quite as certain however that India can never be placed upon the gold standard for the very obvious reason that the gold in suilicieiit quan purposeThewith failure and discouragement The present chaotic condition is likely to continue in the empire for some tine nnd until mull of the makeshifts lace been exhauatodjjUHll the foilof trying to do business on a gold basis without the gold is fulljc1clI1ollsltate- clnhllltnlllts ever contend that therein not enough of the yellow metal in existence to base the worlds credit uponn elfcvdont proposition to all except thoM1 who will tint sllnlld their conviction upon this score only Increases time complacency with which they watch the evolution of the theory The population of India is four times that of the Inited States Silver Is the traditional I money of the people To discard the one metal amid adopt the otheris Nash easier recommended Ihan accomplished When gold lie conies so plentiful thnt it can he de pended upon to carry the burden no v borne by both India may be placed upon the single rt nndnrrlnot before The time is not rapidly approaching The real ratio in the production of the two metals has not been materially changed nOllst likely to be Any va riation noted in one decade is likely to ill reversed in the next lust 1I0thl increased production of gold and tit decreased production of silver is again bringing the metals together after an enforced estrangement lute to ills criminative legislation Some day the mints will be opened to the freedom rf elicit on equal terms when the par- Ity will no longer disturb governments or individuals Wt mummy do notch to hasten the day We have not tie pow er to indefinitely postpone It1os Angeles Herald WORTH ONE HUNDRED CENTS PriiNpvrlly UII IIIH on n Stable lion sal IcIhl Menu ItrNlor log the Double Stmulnril The republicans tell IKS tlat gold has a fixed static value because 258 grain are never worth less than one hundred cents While that is simply saying that 58 grains of gold Is worth 2iS grains of gold because 25S grains of gold can be coined freely into n dollar and iis in tint sense true It is also equally true that for the SO years we lad bi metallism the free coinage of both silver amid gold at an established ratio of 1ft or 1C to 1thlrl never was u day i nor an hour during the 80 years when I either metal dollar Was worth Icssthuti JOn cents Senator Cullom and John Sherman claim that bimetallism was n failure because at 15 to 1 gold was at n pre mium of one or two percent and at IIi to one silver went to two or three per cent premium Hut neither was ever worth less than 100 cents and from one to three per cent premium is certainly more stable than time IOC per cent premium which gold has gone to when sompared with cotton corn oats wheat or other products- If we want prosperity we must get It bv stable honest money nnd that can only come by restoring the double standard or taking an average of the leading necessaries of life We must therefore dcfca Mills for congress nnd nil other tools of money lenders and bondholders Illinois State Reg liter The Sltnnllon In Hnaaln standard of Russia Is The money technically a double standard nt the French ratio of fifteen and a half to one There is no gold In circulation The currency nmountlnrto rouble about 000000000 t bused slierrouhl1 ontutu paper none of which II redeemable In gold Is v f WOMAHS HERQISM r From tha RegUterOmUc Rockford Jll heroIsmas by the brave soldiers Many a woman weeping for her dead fOnt bound up this wounds of his suffering comrades rejoicing in tbeir- renowNl strength even while sorrowingfor one who was gone At that time was laid the foundation thoworld fumed or pnniration known as the Womans Relief totinytightinglose notable titan the Heroism of the We One of the most earnest members of the corps at llyron III is Mrs James House wenrt hut illness once put n ctop to her shewaswhen women mutt be most careful of their strength Mrs lluufcwcnrt was taken seriously I ill The family physician told her that she had reached a critical period of her freFlritilllll unavailingAt Pale People were brought to her notice with in helpfulinMil tried time remedy List March the took tin lint box of tit pills which give much relief Slte was determined to lit cured mind kept on with the medicine until now rigiit boxes have been consumed and she WOll1l1nI I have taken right boxes and have been improving miice 1 took time lint dost 1 do not believe 1 could have lived without the pills They have dote IMC tame good than any physician or nay medicine 1 have ever tried Dr Williams Pink Pills are sold in boxes never in nose hlllkut Ml cents a box or six IKIXP for S2M niid tray bo hud of all druggist or direct by mail from lrv Wil liams Medieine V Schenectady X V XIMV Mntliorlnliniv Story spendII thinks is a iiiu toothier inlaw story Moth cr iiilaw stone mire n ilni on the market hut tltiil one kceiiis to lit a little less lIul gy than usiiiil A man anil Ills wile went to lshpt oil time mans niotlierfnhuv wont nnehyitiuugin time story On time voyage the motherin law fell ill and died OfI course she hail to bo faked at tea and t o the usual canvas nack was made but instead of an iron weight to sink time IHMV they uterin big ling of email In commenting on time arrangements afterward the bercavid Mininlaw who stuttered hall Ilr said InlwilrllI knew where mniml- iiotherinlaw Was g going ltd trb blame mile ii IvsMippoMd shed hill to carry her uwn iffuel Cleveland Plain Dealer Tlio HIMI Itcnxon pomidcrsPawhich says there lire various reasons why n who talks in Imis sleep plmiild nut marry 11111111 palr1l my HOD is because Ihu talks in his sleep 1uck On the way back from a womans funeral omo one in some of the carriages speculate on how 8001 it will be when the husband marries again Atchison Globe Americans wilt never he known ns a thrifty nation until they lire ns careful at saving motiry as they are of the IInllli ends in bureau drawers Atchison Globe e Xo matter how well educated folks are if they omit the common civilities of life they will have few friends Washington Demo crat e A man who keeps a horse in torn and tapes care of H indln worse tthan a man who smokes an old pipe Atchison Globe The preacher who mows most is not longest11ushiogtoa It is difficult In understand sober man reciting Humes poetry but the jot is still more difficult when A man gets drunk in colebrating Hurneii birthday and attempts to recite his poetry Atchison Clobe e Poor Wiiggs He was a mmt genial soul Yes indeed Ihe was The only thing ho ever took seriously wan the cold that carried him ofTTitllitlle Wagner is not no hall after nllWhyThey sly he has never written anything that can be whistled Chicago Record A Reasonable Supposition Potter Pal mer Iis going to build a home tint will ORt 93000000 flint looks ns if the plumbing was included Clevelandi Plain Dealer e There IN nothing new under the mm In anircnt tints people pitched their tents and HallyNewilNeut11e all pretend to like people who arc out spoken yet people who tell us unpleasant timings wc rarely ever likeWDllhil1ton DemocrathonesWilliams a round in MorganYeshoned in Homebody clacV TitHits CONSTIPATION III hare toga 14 dare at a tltno nrltbont a of the liunrcla not bfloff Olio to sure Itiem except Ujr uilnir hot water Injection Chronic runttlpattou for orcn yean placed mo In Ibis uerriblatun4ltlont during fiat tlmo I did CT erllilDU 1 ticard of but never found nnr relief j meh nmujiiiK uulll I began uilne CA8CAUKTH I nuw haro from DUO lo tlirco pauaite a day and It I war rich I would clro HOOjUO tor each incitement it Is such a icllflf1 l1ltU JIJUNT Ian IlUMdl bl cuoILlSlcb CANDY CATHARTIC TRAO MAIN maanno pieauini Inlaiabliv Ictent Tatte Good no Ouu4 NonrBlcteo UcaLeiiorUrJpvlUeWeUic CURE CONSTIPATION o ataaI E tM4C ajiCUt 4011553 Itwltrt M r j yw I CUNY THING IN SPELLINGS LtBtBlnK te Manipulate a Typewriter Get a Man lato a Queer HabU lurnlngthetllewritingto run it n1I by himself lie admits that lie TheleUreasily forgotten Hut there is one thing that lpellandIrarlllnRlni headed tloy In the loath OtIs Of course he typewriterbutenumerates each letter and does it too with hefindstheminThe other day the minister met him and asked him how he was Very w eMI he gravely spelled out I realizedthe cause of the peculiarityt And time minis ter professed to be greatly interested and wanted to know nil nlllJllt it and the speller is now greatly worried Jor fear the parson will write a special paper on it fur sumac maga zinc When time minister finally left him he shook hand and said Goodby recollectedpeculiarity t willClevelandliamn ThirtyFive Tliiumnnil Mllc of alien There is enough calico made in the United States every year to make n sash which would go completely around the earth with 10000 miles of material left for n hull The bylisti Prints mute of the highest stnndnnlof quality and finish The colors nre absolutely fast and will tint fade nor will the poods In come limp with washing and wringing and as the material iil cheap and exceedingly pretty then jis little wonder tint many millions of yards are nscdI mutually in the dresser of women and children Xn Cruise for Jealousy Mr Hcnham Pont you really clUe any thing about motherl youjcakuiNy liaratnaIt it tmugtuy to tell lies Kya People who cllllIO dont fjo to Heaven liva nillull ever tell a be mamma 1111I ma No deer laver IaIII you be feat fill innate in Heaven inniunm with only George Washington Oswego Daily Palladiuin I told my Wifesaidoinngthat 1 hind stayed down town to urt war new And what did she say Well she fm itiidied me with nil illiltralvil1 1 areount of hostilities nearer liuine than CubeTowiiIopiea MRS PINJaiAMS ADVICE What Mrs Noll Hurst has to Say About Itjj I DnAn MRS PINUIIAMI When Iwrot to you I hind not been well for five years had doctored all tlio time but got no i better I hind womb trouble very hnllI My womb pressed backward causing plies 1 was in such misery I could scarcely walk acrosH the fluor Men I struation was irregular mud too pro I fuse Silho troubled with leucnrrhcrn I hud glen up nil hopes of getting well everybody thought 1 land- cnlrtnamptioa After taking h five bottles of Lydia K Pink hams Vcgetti I CompouncJIwont I continued the useofvourmedi clnennd feel that I owe my recovery to you I cannottliankyoHemnigh foryonr advice nnd your wonderful nidiclnc Anyone donbtln my statement nay write to mo timid I will gladly answer nil Inquiries MrsXULL HUIST Deep water Mo- Letters lllte the foregoing constantly being received contribute not a little to tins satisfaction felt by Mrs 1lnkhntn that her medicine and counsel mire assisting women to bear their heavy burdens M rsIinktmmsnddresslst tnMass All suffering women arc invited to write to her for advice which will bo given without charge It is an ex perienced woinuus advice to women A UNITED STATES WALL MAP I I raspFREEof 13e nUlnpo Utelo par for peeling sad trans partition I HKU8T1B General 1fOller AceD oD A Q n ItCblcaco HI o WeCbtJyrup urea tae ryv r IiiJ t IIH m I OMSfter 1 ILOOKSPcor matetyou look old Even pale i cheeks wont do it t Your household cares may be heavy and disappoint mcnts may be deep but they cannot make you look oldOne thing does it and never failsJsIt is impossible to look young with the color of seventy years In your h- plrAlleYs i W lull w Vigor permanently postpones the telltale signs of age Used according to directions it gradual brings tack the color of youth At fifty your hair may look no It did at fifteen It thickens the hair also stops it from falling out and cleanses the scalp from dandruff Shall we send you our book on the Hair and its Diseases The fleet Advice Free- It you do not obtain all Mal flu van iprctnl tram limo utnof Iho VlRor vrtlintliodofloralwwt II Irnlialilr lucre M rearm tllfflfiillY wllli Tour rtnll1llltm wllrli mnr bn ri ll lilt J C AVUIt Lowell Man I SHOOT1VINC IMPED SnoT GUN SHE IiIU15wj DYAIL111E JW1Pi0Y511oTS j f11D NAN aNA ParrJ GWn- OR 152 M0 llWSTRATIO QTAlOO- UtViNciirsrni I RCPCATING ABMS ISO WitXNaitttn KiwttntH ohx I IlKADKIISOKTIlia IAIKll JMWIIUMJ TO IIn ANVTIIIKO i AIIVKIITISKI IN ITS COIlMNH j INliIl WIIATTIIKV Milt Hlt IIIMlStNO All 81IWTlTtTISB Oil JJIITATION8 II I 111 tho nnlf turn Guru In Iho world for Chronic VI Runs tlrrr HrroniloiK lllrrra Vi rl I sodslhI t i urcInnunentii mill1rratiNoun1 hrsotswish ltautlama II Innl Itai lien I 1 AIIr 1IIfUIt11I- 5I Nt luam Shae Muld by Druggist Use WellrDrills And make no failures 1 Write what you need LOOMIS CO Tc5Sr LIVE STOGK OTCJTSWe will furnish dupllcateof LIVE STOCK PUTS or any other Cut shown In soy rpeo 1 Imen Hook st or below quoted prlts tot some A N KBLLO 1C1 NEWSPAPER COP 335 W FIRSt Ht Cliiclmmtlf 0aThe t tau-nauadsbprUGtfBasluouslylllnstratedfartrraxitrtontadtrcadlA orIAMonbI1HAN III + a ylWlNNNNNNtWNNiJiNlNNNINNiiHlNNiNfflNNNiNiiNNNNNNNiN r g A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE- g A HOUSEFUL OF SHAME CLEAN HOUSE W- ITH8APOLIOL1 DROPftBWDtiCOVlrthr111iMM r jre 44f- fUU serealVre ennforboglrer J F HIr Moat lffK 178 1 t 1 1t i IJoaawi IMY Q J Ieeateltpt tre MM l1fM- ir II l f r t i tj Jrd rr i AmA t + ai Irnn- ri J x y 15ci me HERALDt7 tiet THURSDAYDEMOCRATIC TICKET 0tFOR CONGRESSlOrii DISTRICT i Hon InnS YeFitz amok OP FIX YI COUNTY powTWflL poTpouRiaI Political blackmailers nro shakjj ing down everybody in the post ofllco to swell Hnmma barrel oCC corruption funds In every depart ment in Washington tho 8I1nI thing is boing oponly done by Hannas agents This open viola tion of the civil service law is add I ing anothor coal to the ilamos I Indignation is houriy growing Ilospoctablo people of all pluthtt i uro asking themselves how 10llgt I such thinks can lust Even DOIIII ocrata who ore in oflico under thet civil service law have been told in an indirect though nevorthloMH pointed manner that they must pony up to Ilanna or lose thuir jobs Think of nil these facts and vote for llannaism if your consci Once will llet ynu McICtnlcyV whitewashing corn miision iin the bout evidence of the woaknoss of his administration The loop and smarting wound toI thu nation lies in the people being cnmpollod to vitnws8 iU chief tJXII ecutive dceoend lo the flimsoy pre text of inviMtigating itself The humiliating memory that a presi dent 6wlJ1 t shield thou whom ho should punish and appointed this commission without any nu thority in order to forestall conI gressional investigation is n hu1I1I ing disgrace find an open shamo This commission is but a concus Minim wrung from terror and an of fort to purchase wifely from an outraged notions wrath With an even stop of fate th Republican party jis treading tin path of the grave Tho patriotic American people fin a calm ston dy deliberate but ceaseless tanI fatal advance are pushing it on ward to Its doom All that is loft of it now istho name Republican ism made luminous by Abraham Lincoln Tho party of Ilanna andI Alger never was tho party of Lin coln The glory of tho Republican party holt long since faded away and in its place wo see the heart chilling spuctro of grand soulloss in notion remorseless in purpose nod hideous in form K a The political power that repose- behind tho gold standard has no part in tho affections of tho Amer ican people The continuance of llannaism is an outrage and an insult to liberty loving freemenI Tho colossal monument of erifn which roars its dark shadow ova thousands of our soldiers homos is tho appropriate and tilting con elusion of n political administr- tion whose birth was ushered iin through the channel of coercion and corruption nUll whoso lifo has boon ono unbroken record of wea ness mul decay k 13 a Take away the blighting curso of gold standard prices by tho re storing of bimotalism and the dos ort places which mark our mort gaged homes will blossom like a roso beneath tho touch of modern energy and tho breath of financial liberty HON A HOWARD STAMIEU ourII efficient county attorney was in our midst last week bn professional business Ho was prosecutor in several cases anti displayed himII self nobly on all occasions Mrii Stamper is a lawyer of unques ability and at present sorv ing his second term as county attorney His rapid strides from boyhood have boon marked by peo pIe of honesty and integrity and all can understand why ho has gained tho publics esteem Isis- rguments are forcible fearless and brave He lashes the whip of justice with n vengeance to nllluwI breakers He has boon tried and true true to tho principles of humanity true to his follow nod brother and above all true to tho noble position with which the people have entrusted him Should he aspire to higher honors from tho people will come a hearty response Let us ulln8 true Democrats pledge ourselves aid tho noble career of ono who has proven by his pest to be an earnest worker both for his country lull his followeitions in as wall as out of oflico May success after nuccrss continue to crown his career WAKE UP DEMOCRATS 01 limo Tenth District and Soo That T Y Fitzpatrick Goon Back to Congress If there is anything for which THK UEKAU do ows n just iwod of praiso it is for iits devotion to tho silver cause Aud as it has always hOrn the medium of till people sail has stood by themt fur n wires of tho greivmir wrongs rrttnu thorn by avnrieioiiH liandn of lint moiiKfol oppressors of time hon Nat prier f ossay to roach the niass OH of this pUrL of Kentucky with a fov words of warning in its col umns That demon of hull and archliond of oppression MarlI Ilanna not content with tho pro coeds and groann wrung from the heart of patriotism Iby the infer mal machinery manipulatod bunci justly called Algorism ami still fearing the ghost of Silver and still touring tho porlont of those six millions of silver hands that wroto an unmistakablo message on spiteeof all tho money that cuuld llO used ho iis now Bonding out allover the country to every Keptiblican whoso name he can socnre a per ofiimportance a full vote at the coming election to secure tho election of a lu ntblicnn eongreiw Also stating that thoir object is to secure the elimination of the money quMion from poli tics by honest I legislation and ouch recipient is charged with in tense sccresy Honest legislation 0 yo gods Hero wo have tho key to tho whole situation They want tho very sumo kind of legislation that was used in 1873 that kind of llegislation that works silontly at midnight while tho people the asleep Knowing that the people are for thuttItho ballots ot u froo but oppressed nation will not uphold their nofa rious system of robbery They are resorting to their old star chamber tricks of securing their ends by legislation And listen Democrats Otto of the greatest theoRepubiicnnrparty being made tool will bo made this full iin tho history ofIl tho nation nod it is simply to tho alonenquestion from politics or in oth or words to got it beyond thei roach of the masses This secured tho Republican party will be mon archof nil it and tho ettfferiuk jI aud misery front the poor of our I land will be fruitless aa tho cries of Dive that fell and mingled with tHo pandemonium of hell For beyond the bnl1otbox wo cannot go except in blood and thun der Wako Domocrats of tho Tenth tine see that Thomas Y Fitzimlrick goes buck to congress Roll back to Mark Ilanna from polo to polo tho answer to those letters in thuudor Away with your legislation of 73 and to h with such honeuty niJ yours II M Sworn AT 4 1I i4 1 1 1 9f I11 U lfKK The Lea LI le T SrrJikkcf America 20 YtARS IH ONTOt 250000 Cured K Ecrnl earrc1 Ii jfThouJln5 men uro IroubliU with thU Ielucuuuncoiircloiiily HKV nur bavo a uari ne l mIIIIr small twii tlnf Mranm harp cuttiiit tuiiruat tltc ali Ut tli dUHO dinicIJ1 is ecna ncingv titans cmU ilrllll1n1 all rte rmptws of nrrvoui dl bility Ihcy I Uo StiiV riUK DDIieltilHt r sf rM I you by cuttiiif itrttcliiug a t1f 2 I K you hlltrllln lII1ruIjti v I1t- urn Il Our MV MKflfM TlMKNT uljitM tlio tii Ufj iuf v Ar+ liencotcrivrM1 Mrir rrKsn iily + 1 It cnn mice nauu lt miu uu suitor inc no Uotcntion from business lby our inctlioil Ihoexualortsnarestrrouth rued Tin narvc lUll iu iworatulii sulKK Ilio idiry of nmuliiKxl returns SLEET i- WECURE Plrnnratii 4 d y ling InlIIIttIeu 1 moil rro hating Choir toxiial vifr r sodI Vj vitality continually ai il Ly thl + Mj j corn They arn froquontly uiionntcUwj U r f llio ciao tit llitf ryiuptomi tJwtcrII Iff WI1kllc + lttnntural Uladwrges iii r hill Manhnfol NvrvoutncM foot MLH j ory Irriuliiity it liter Sinnrtin t i I IK vitinn Sunken Kyw with dark ciuL lf Weak llaek General ll lrulul Iad IK litjlnbltbm Vnr if II Mtninkrn flas lrrt tic ULKET and KiUlfmiK f miylu llij CIO Dout c Mtji family I iloctor f Ill y hero no XHricnrn In L the o CKiial 1tIl1uut IIIIUK hpocialirtsluhavomadoalifortndoI r I1iwrtactutlun nulproutrn lt rJW J MKTIIOI 1KKATMKXT will iw rii lively euro you Olio thnu iud 10 ILrI for ft tc wo arrptor troatnunt and cinuotcurc Tcrumnixlcratofxracuri r iltMiGUifcbWo trout andAunt UMISSIOX + VAiuriHKu sviiiais ura12 sniicrnu iM arlrYsE111TWlUN INN ATI lUIi lUSriIAlUi I I Ilh1Y aItsl1n111ItIii t r iMsMiTATloN tiLE IioOK- Sn iK if umun III mil fiti fr I- IglII I fin lihvNiv tr UvMiJ 1 I 17ZA- n i e n itCht ERGANII iJ 122 W FOURTH STREET rr CIMCfNHATI ot j F iI ap I FOR WATCHES 7GOOD ONES p t 350B- ETTER OWES at 600 j ANI 171UMUIX rEc And Watch Repairing ro TO FRED J HEINTZ 133 E Mtiin LKXISOTOV KY nn ri1uthft1 W1KCIIESTKK KY N II VlTHEUSrOOX President It D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This llnnk solloitii the accounts of mer chant farmers traders and business ate J tlItuckYlInll ofIclthnate j gILAS B KAOH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON IHAZEL GREEN KY Office at residence and calls answered nt nil hours Obstetrics specialty BOLLIX A rcts- uAtTORN EYtxtLAW HAZEL GREEN KY Will practice In thr court of Wolfe and theI Adjoining counties and attend iirouiiitlv tell collections entrusted to him o d r YOU GO TO LEXINGTO I Fthis week next week or any other week ASK FOR k 41f lt- tJftOO A- xp 1 1 1 1 M j CUTrI t i nICE C ii flJ ITS OOO ValuesII1 i t and D l- IO 1a1eslr O AT UI Lo1gs MI- US Strous LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY H mj I wmrJW1MPj JiilTHE REAT NATIONAL F7 FJJIJLyN- EWSPAPER And your favorite liout i- 1112 HflZE1 GREEN HERALDl I Both One Year for Only S1A0 I atdTHEI t t Vorld ioiiijirihiiislve mill rrHalilr market report nlilt v lit ruU intfrisitiutjMiortito rice Kcicntifii nod ineilinnicnl Inforiiiution iliuntrutiMl iimhiun articles Iiumuroui fid ores nnd is iiiHtriictie Mill entertaiiiiiit to every iniiulnr of oven fuinilj n giver J OU all the local non polltiealcurd ocla1 keeps T H E H E R A LI you in rlo u tinuli with your neighbor nn friendull tin fiinii trod in the village infonnt you ax to local prices for form products the tODdl tiouI of crops And pro + perty for the yenr and iin a bright newsy welcome mid induptnt sable weekly visitor at your IIOIMP and firc ide CSTScMid all orders to THE ITFRALD nwwrrwnrww ww +w wnv +wwawwwrww + w- Qa l J10l l OtJ 1 f iQyOIA- rs I G Or S l rtQqItI s instrticton in Agriculture Modi meal Kriginccrnc Electrical Fiicneafofi Civil Knginccriitj three line rf Fticr iflc Surty vii Mntliiinatica Wolcgiwil degreeTwentyeight o and ml cqtnppid County appointees receive free tuition matriculation fuel and lightsaand room rent Traveling txpcnfcs also given to appointees who remain the full collegiate year Hoard in ilormitorius 22r per week in private families 250 to 3 Hoard W form books and exceed yearFallSeptomberPreliminaryFor catalogues and other information apply to JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D presidente 0= PAY AND SWANGO SPRING J TAYLOR DAY PROPRIETORS i OPEN 1110 TRE ORrlD i ItIj got of Swnngo Springs until of 1808 but will buy and keep some on tap free for all guests IL PARK HOTEL TORRENT KY J Permanently cured by uMng UK YH1TKI ALLSl IMIIfMATiC ClInWIrnUJJiJSam ale cent rtu fill rublleullonMEGRIMINK CO South Bend IudlaunI I 1w q liverIllsA tebllJOusnOn dyspepsia headache con stottsuhIndigestion are prompUy JeOr Hood rl1Jt They do their work r HoodsJ JItts and UlorouhIYP I IIS freputdb1 C I food do Co LowellMass TIM nay Pill to take with lloodi Sariaparllla PHE HERAIrK Mrs Sue M Ireland loft Tuesday for a visit in Owonton ir Floyd Bailey has been mustered1 out and will arrivo hero Sunday to tho wifo of James Mot IIBorn morning a 10pound s W J Wnllis has tho thanks o l tho editor and his hotter I for a tfew fine kershaws Rev J II Wnllin will preach at J the Presbyterian church of this place Sunday morning and night kTho wifo of Monofoo lladdix a t citizon of tho Stamper Branch h r neighborhood near Leo City died it Tuesday night oungIt friend Eo 0 Taulbeo of Jiushton III is crowded out this wool hut i will appear in next isauo Ir W G Loeklmrt thu dontistwill be hetVnext Monday and remain k for ono wok making tits oditurs f residence his headquarters Wiley Perkins returned from Jit Hrrling Tuesday slid reports ri a dull cattlu market there Monday with several head loft ovor w By E R V ES nt t be full on pure rich IU blood Hoods SnisaparilhuM the best nerve tunic liy mulching the blood it makes the nerves STRONG Topiisj for sermons at tho Chris tiara church on Sunday are At 11 am Sound Doctrine 1111 1nt t 7 p m Walking in Truth Old fashions in dross may be revived but no old fnshionuil medicine ran re place Chtimburlain Colic Cholera toed Diarrh yea Remedy For sale by J Tay lor Dtja On tltfirst Sunday in Novom bor at 5n p in Win 11 I Cord will preach at lilt Daysboro Christian church Kvorybod is cordially invited I Miss Daisy Pollock tho bright and accomplished music teacher of Wesley an Academy CampUm tens tho gupst of Mrs Ellen Swan go Sunday Jffiy Rosa of Lacy crook will please accept tho thankd of tho editor and his bettor t for three of th nwoet potatoes upon which ho secured tho premium last week Tho io of our friends who wore awarded premiums at the fair last w inwtlu wecrntary for not furnishing us with Ilnn1e8J lIoodaSa1raInillnas th ono true blood pjHiiW it makes Pure rich healthy he giving blood Hoods Pills fur time liver and bowels net ensile yet nronmtlv 2io htojudguphico and oxeditor of Tho Chrun lee with his wifo and daughter is Fr maymakeDud open It phitrrnaeyt Saturdaybought1 horsethgtt invitethintIiol E a l l W T Caskoy who recently re1 i turned from a visit to friends nL 1 1 N1108Murph SpIveercolored and all former citizens of thiS Egctiou uro duimg rttiityi h 6ll- ny One hasoccurrodformany ofrofShnrpsburg mnromulotoldheranother bl1ltkann fur GOand Mr Baird jJiUlUtho innnr tho last purcliasur offered 05 for her but 1hefmules nro now Ringing only f o loads to hc nrltrin tat blood tiarolttvaisiredby ltreQlnthej As usual the ftc1ientireiportthatI fairBertSterlingWillii and1 I l 4U HU JX t hteach brought thr + bml of tutee and they equally divided Ural hon feand with two oxcoptions they captured a I of the second and andMri yoy by running s e1 il v It i their ro jiroiivo rilld hit iMiriv coachhorse Thompson Phirjl + P awellknotn umrnctur of this itiou was shot Iud killed by SquiroJohn D Hose of this county at tho latter residence last Sunday evening Tho tint report Wolff lliat the tilling was thw result of an i rirl nt l ltHulsquently other rind iuIwou tIICU1ntrdamdJ III WI gilli prows too early to know tho uvi l uxnminillgtrillI publishinga simpl stntemott of facta as wo hour thorn The most populartriumph of nil tho contestants for honors at the fair was th success of our Mis1 Carrie Swatigo in the riot for t best lady rider She received her premium by tin unanimous vote of this judRwj who also voted her tho handsoinoxt young huly in tho mountains flies Curri has accomplished whit no other young idy has ever done at our preminmcsitu williretire upon her laurel + with tin l best wisher of ul1 Tho editor and his hotter rem un than cs to Mr Stoffol the ex ptsr milicr and millwright for u sack of well milled Jour Mr Ware was presented by John Blubel with 1 back of lBourbon county Kultz1 wheat which Mr StoiTel pronoun cod tho heist wheat ho had soon in this section and ho hits promised u heavy yiyldj of firstclass Hour out of it Old Sweetness together with ilia bustlet on in front was shipped to Jtotlnvell on yesterday by tin wagon load Villii his departure all evidence of time fair iaromovnd except tho Flying Dutchman which Wilma says will ho kept hero for Coopers benefit at tho very next fair as he holds an tin used privilege to run it Prof Cord last week pulled from an tipple tree a cluster of well developed apples and on tho same day u bumh of pours both second crop A low days previous he pre sented this olTiCH with a spool box full of large sad luscious straw berried also tho second crop It was an onsy trick for Lindsay Ware to win the premium for host walking horse mare or gelding with Deny Put ricks fine saddle mare Perhaps the riding of this same inure by Miss Carrie Swango when she triumphed over five strong contestants gave her luck How to Provent Croup Wo have two children who arc sublet to attacks of rroup Whenever an at tuek1Mi coming on my wife gives them Chamberlain Cough llcmedy and it always prevents the attack It in a house hold nccewity in this county and no matter what else we run out of it would t not do to be without Chamberlains Cough Remedy More of it lis sold hero J I than ill other cough niediclnpc mbr J T M2NCKIE of Nicklo UfO mer JffI i 4 tr y blt oat one would stir come Some I prluter tramp I mean Ilea atop hli wanderings when he leashed TUB IlKBALO of IlHxel Green When onto set in hed find these lines Wcrnt printed in a dream For ilior1 work fur one if hell come To TUB HKuAiu of Hazel Green That no lie Deafce3 Cannot Bo Carai by local implications MB tl + y riot reach tho lbl6l1cJll portions of tho ear Thei+ iIs onlyoue way toN r fnct iilt tbU Ih by contttlulioii timudloa Utah tts ill caused by nn iitiiauuu cull iitloo ol the mucous lining nf tho Ku ccliiau Tube Wbrn Uiit IU c gets inflnitud jou hun a runlln NalJ or imperfect lipariti nnd nhen 4t U ontirc Iv reusedl dsfnrj Iis the rrllltand un teM the iufliiiuiiiiuuI trI Ite inktn wit and this tubf rlrrd lo dClani ilStJon lioflring wilt bo deitrovel forcvtr nine epees out of tun nro cnutcU by ens tank which IU nothing but An Ia std i f t u ucuua surfoews An viiii htU ivli 11 IIl tttbUt iiny cn oof doufnwg onu wl by oNtttrrh that cannot its atirod by IInlls Untnrrh Cure Sond fur clrculrtr lieu F J CiiUNKY A Co Toledo 0 rIbt1 I lruepllts 71- j i iI Eitgeno Aruett niter ItHoping 20 hood of oitttledt Mt Sterling ovi r two court YHS tliii = w fI iidrivM thiiti hack Jiini Bo sure and road the 11dof1 If K llillonmeyor Lexington andl when you wont fruit trows write to or see hin- tSuffered p 2C Years qrr 7 t IiS MARY LEWIS will vt a jmn Artcnt Jitner and well iKnown by till old n IliiituI ntiif Itc2nout II V trrlt f For ivontyBovcn yoart i1 lend boon A coafUtit rittinir from nervous urattra lion Iud piiJ Inrru sums ot mouny cur doctor Mild nUvcrtUifl totnodicfl without neat Tlirto ymr no my c ndltlm was alarming mho kaC nulra would tititiaiid uiuiorva inc i was uuuhla to bleep liulu number of sloklnt spell and slowly grew worse I begun uilng Dr Jlllofi Itaitoratlvo Nervluo ai 1 lt j va niul M vtr PUN At lint tho muSIcinc r J Modtohive no ofV It but after taking a few Ixittlr I lw rau ti m tlco u change I rusted letter 11t alI lit my upjo Ute began to improve iinil 1 rapidly Krow butter until row I am as uuiy rcatorwd to htalb wcacof any Mini y ixiwcu Cud I1C1tcnIIlO1Dr aro cold by nil druggists under a poiltlvo guarantee Ural bottlo benoflU or money re fundedI Honkondli coeus of tiiii liuurt nervtj free malI 1t MILKS wi r J i Ii t FRUITS FLOWERS SHADE Tire fllueGrau3IiurseIiesS s I AXiZ 1830 Everything for Orohard Iawn nnd Garden Fruits nnd Ornameinta moss Shrubs Vines Smull frtttt Rht bard Attpurguu and ail stook grown in Nuraeite- Prbos rcusoniibla nt we omploy no fig rots Doaorlpttvo Catalogue on npplioa tlcn J1 F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTONI IKYI- lIOKU 0 278t365i J TAYLOR DAY 11holel tlc nnd Iletnll denier in Genera Merchandise Lumber Roal Estate c Also President Hazel Qroon Fair and Driving Park A oolallon nad tho Farmerft Exohango RII BRYAN Pearson SAMlsrUAN iV IonICearky WHOLESALE + GROCERS LEXINCTONKY e S I d G x L 1RAINiiGFEED i k U o I have opened my Training and Feed Stable and will keep on hand plenty of feeil detlrtthorleIIRlltllreat rates LIVEIWTiES 1 Gm iI life Itaxtern line and AUo for the convenience and accoui the Day Hazel Green Turk Hotel Torrent have two I will saddle horses and hacks for hire all son n meet them at McCutuoy win and have any desired snddlo horse promptlythnvo a full of tl hire which will bel charge of careful drivers told fur which they can contract by thu day for any of time ror oiiH to visit Day anti will bo met either S ff MitCuiiBcy or with team unIt nut I will have pleasure ship ping dl Ihdii tall nuvcr ilenlrud Dny nail water fresh and free on Ice and tap for guests at Park Hotel Jo TAYLOR DAYI un u d tiWE m nn Morr- snltJ g rEttrlluxaraaz amaa J h in dr ffJI renllK Atrnttcnnndnilnervoudteenlelur- hucorwr + inrojaepnorvlacllehsrrulfultOnut1routl11 i rlst 1 l WV l l4It r Iobn rlIIIII while tredtO Con ttutntl vleErcrrtrIoalronwrtlcaauati- entnnrtlur tet4 IItOIIttnhlu t Uapnrbotbozw- Rtrr nit xrl l1MC11 111CAILIUtnevok I F c- I They banish ipain- and prolong QqnONE GIVES I- tf ri4H W l tfpl r t Jttfdt Jftrl itlR j t fi No matter llhat the matter is one do you good md you Can ten for cents AnewrtrY rw 4N t tNTn rnADr rrt1 itbnfi ttMrrfCr fI 7- nr6InedrI r r- V I r rt Tin MN r6 nl4lJI 1141 prwd II 1 v sunll rfIW u 444 01 44 se uAnt I I IMnndl74 110 u redl tortr ufYtt enl- P It 7r r v1 w llIlIpna lfkrItIJIUttJI ftt rjW + IMNt1 Ula MIS o IdkU- rn HWdrnrltbrUnnwO I1 II httD MtX4J1irb aar vA f r stt7In + Tr i3 TRADERS DEPOSIT BAWK 1trSTI KY 0 OAlITAL 1200000 I HtJIUMJB 30000 J M IJIOHTAFP 1ranidcnt O L KIKKPATJtICK Vice President W W THOMSON Ca liler U Wore pcctfully ollclttlicliuilne iofra r chants farmers trailers end men- goneraliy throughout Kentucky A unnklrig business live us chnnco to tend you bank honk pay you chucks and loiin you monejr when in need W Yn041501 Cailmer J ztirXsIt Physician Surgeon IitZEL OnEw irSurery obrtotxIcd a tfi daItYI tJj rl j I1 nioilntlon of guests of louse at and L at I opened nearby firstclass livery stables where keep buggies at times Per wishing vehicle to telephone me vehicle or I willRllln supply backv for to drutnincrs length Bgjffl IntviiillHg Swango Springs At Tofient driver In welter HUIUIKO L lij OR uxtiurtrwtr rrasarattwrt ntr1 MIlnt 11c fi- nut tllll on udUl1- eMa t hRELIEF I will get five rl9rlllilnr1N IrltlH q low etncfmob l RLING 1 business general a a and 113Y- t j J I tosr i tin milla I I IJ I Ion th Iss wall MRS S B lUlU 11- T Fasliionahlo Millinerii r HAZEL GREEN KY O Ijo I3ARfIon4 1 ioineyctaLzw 5 CJOLLECTIOXa A SlKCIALTV AKli Ifs TURNS IJtoYITJYIu t =t= 451 Wo JKKiuitBOK STRCK- TLOUISVJLLiC ryf WYr f Inference J Tuylor Day Jil Crw o v p HERAtla1 r I i If y anR tpltiixsttl t r- rraltlsssrltaweitrutr n- ta Afir A Yr l aiLltll y r ooJ fiIJI iQoI xt a r N 4Ir a4TfCER pxX IuliMhel J i f i 1 l11Z1ELOlia r 11 li a t i71t wYl MOTHER LOVE Oi i If I might build a palace fair With every Joy of soul and sense11 U4 wt my heart ai sentry there t To guard your happy Innocence Jf I night plant a hedge too atronr Per creeplnir orrowp 19 wrlth 4hrou h And nnd my whole life not too long To give to make your hedge for you I If I could teach the laden air To bear no sounds that were notsweet Could teach the earth that only fair Untrodden flowers deserve your feet Would I not tear the secret scroll Where all your grief lie closely curled And give your little hand control Of all the Joys of all tho world 1 But aht I have no skill to raise 4t The palace teach tho hedge to grow SThe common airs blow through your days t Dy common paths your dear feet go And you mutt twine of common flowers The wreath that happy women wear n And bear in desolate darkened hours The common grId that all men bear The pinions of my love I fold Your little shoulders close about IAhl could my lovo keep out the cold Or shut the creeping sorrows outsI Y Hough paths will lire your darling feet Gray skies will weep your tears above IWhlle round your life In torment beat The Impotent wings of mother love Pall Mall Gazette M ++ ++ ++ + ++++ ++ t j Bund of OrcbMs I Dy MATE PALMER fi f JAIWYIXO coals to NewcastleU- j not the only mistaken generos Sty of the charitably Inclined Benev olence and philanthropy need n slight governing power of good judgment and common sense to accomplish en tirelyI satisfactory results A good story Is told of n wealthy anti ninth hicnrted woman whose name was better known In connection with lib eral contributions for special purposes than for any Individual efforts along chnrltnble lines Jvot that sho was In any way lacking In kindly Kympathy but the sheltered life of allluenee pro tected her from actual contact with tent kind of suffering that comes train destitution Silo thought of poverty us nu un comfortable malady prevalent among itiasKCft Instead of Individuals and requiring n certain amount of the red tape of committees mud regular or giuiUuitlonn to accomplish any re mits lint one day her heart was deeply stirred by a story of suffering that came to her knowledge She vcpt when she heard it and she re ceived to do something to give the roar Invalid n little pleasuren glimpse of luxury- It didnt take long to decide what to ilo She hind n collection of orchids of which site was very proud nail it re deal of selfdenial favorIittsI 1 the sick woman n treat so she selected tome of the most wonderful speci t miens and took theta to the poor sat Serer She knew if she hind been III anti con flied to her room nothing could possiI bly have given her more pleasure or have been n greater diversion titan those same orchids nail she was happy in the consciousness of a good deed as she approached the poor little dwelling She hail preferred taking them so she might enjoy the womans happiness In such on unaccustomed lightThere was no hesitation In her manner as she rapped on the black little door But It seemed n long time bee fore the door WOK opened by n pinched wanlooking girl of perhaps a dozen yearnSurprised so well dressed a visitor the Rlrl simply stared at her until she asked If she might see her mamma nail give her some orchids she had brought- A moment Inter she tens piloted through a bare and dismal room Into tv still more dismal little bedroom where an emaciated woman lay propped up by soiled and dingy pile lows The gentle twilight that comes from too close proximity to tall build ings softened the sharp features of the sick woman ns she turned weary in quiring eyes toward her elegant vis1 itor If Mrs Drown was unfamiliar Avlth such destitution the sick woman Avim surely startled by such a guest But tIle young daughter was quite equal to the emergency She didnt intend her mother should be humiliat ed by not knowing what those bios soma were so with the reckless abate lon of childhood she rushed up to the sped and told her mother n nice lady had brought her some orgies Then oho set n broken chair for Mrs Drown and went to get something to put the flowers IntoIOrgies or orchids It was all one to sick Mrs Rogers size said Thank ouJlJn n listless sort of n way anti Mrs Drown asked her how she was feeling Before slie was through telling how dreadfully weak size was the young ifcflrl returned with n cracked blue pitcher and Mr Drown arranged the ovchldsso that even the old blue pitch vr did tot detract from their loveU I r ir r tty M D tress And held them lrttcre thcilnvalld ig1 fulIiramire them No en tfltuaflum r U1ed rterh TJ4 vIiI ty lit heJ Yeoksomckc dJip1cJoJtt tb6y- Tly tgtt a1 ahIBite 4d about them She spoke ngtiln about being so very silenceIrBessie for that she learned was the young girls name and feeling that she wasnt succeeding very well in her endeavors tried to say n few words of encouragement nnd started for horne Her visit had been a great disap pointment to her She hardly knew jusXwhat size had expected She wouldnt like to have admitted even to herself that there had been an un dercurrent of vanity in her condescen sion and that size hind really taken a great dent of credit to herself for ink ing her floral treasures to such a for saken place and had expected arc wnrd of overwhelming enthusiasm Her fcclflove had been deeply wounded and as size walked slowly toward her elegant home she tried to even things up byen wholesale mental condemnation of Ingratitude She even determined to writ n scathing paper on the subject of The Absolute Absence of Appreciation Among the Poorer Classes for n very exclusive and aristocratic club of which she wns a member She liked the alliteration nod the story of the orchids would make a good illustration It was nearly dinner time when she reached home and she found her hits brand awaiting her and ginger to know time details of such an unheardof visit UK he had just learned she was null lug Mrs Brown was very witty nnd her annoyance lad rather blinded her to the pathos of the occasion HO site told the story In a manner that savored stronglyOf hcnrtlcssncis What did you take her to eat 11I r Ilrown asked as she finished lien story Why nothing 1 Why John you dont Mipposc the was that pour Oh no you werent exactlyI tthat pour yourself lust spring when you were getting up from grip Hut I no tleed dnlnty soups brewed away from home were wonderfully welcome Perhaps the poor creature hasnt a good ehef and food would be more nourishing than lowers and oranges would tiiMu better than orchids Dont be snrcaMlc John really I didnt think about No I see you didnt you make me thumb of dear old Auntie Mclntoshs visit to Jane Mogul re Von know Auntie Melntnsli vim very rich and III r t OIMSN1CD 11V A WANMOOKINCJ GIRL very religious but she sometimes hail droll experiences In her goodnatured though 11IIIIhillt attempts at soul saving Her visit to Jane Megulre was tile of these instances lane was an industrious Irisl woman who hind sup ported herself by hard work until a protractedt lllntss brought her to the end of her resources and nearly to the brink of the grave at about the same time It mule her very rebel lious to sec her hoarded saving melt away while thc was too weak to earn more When Auntie Mcintosh drove up in her flue carriage one morning to have n talk with Jane thinking it would be a good time to point a moral on occasional glasses of Leer and cuss words that lane was reputed to in dulge In Jane took It nil quietly until Auntie proposed a station of prayer Then her Irish temper nail her sense of Injustice put politeness to rout Und cess to sichI Christians as you are she said vyYlh yer prcnchin and yer prayln Youd better be givin po tatoes than prayers Youd be makin more converts with yer soups than with nil yer sermons Whnt did Auntie Mcintosh say Oh she wasnt a fool if she didnt have very practical ideas She thought n minute nUll then size said Jane 1 guess you are about right I was so anxious about your soul I didnt think bodybutright away When she returned n little later with a liberal supply of provision she found poor Jane overwhelmed with mortification at what she called her meanness hut It was n salutary lesson to both of them and I would suggest that you try the same scheme with your protege toe morrow The next day and for several dayt 0 yf f y following Mrs Drown sent nourishing foods nnd dainty fruits to the home where she had taken the orchids But It was lIght or ten days before she again went to visit the little home When she did go such a happylook ing girl opened the door she could hardly believe It was the pale child she met the week before There was real joy In her manner as she ushered the fine lady Into the little room now beautifully clean where her mother was sitting up nnd actually trying to do a little sewing Wns It possible that a weeks supply of whole some food had wrought such a wondrous change If there had been lack of apprecia tion when she took the orchids there was certainly enthusiasm now But she hind been mistaken Surely there was the old blue pitcher And there too still fresh and beautiful were many of the orchids How did you manage to keep theta so long she exclaimed Why you sec we have so few flow ers and we love them so much that we have learned how to care for them If the water is changed frequently and two or three rusty nulls put in the vast the oxygen eats the Iron Instead of the dowers nnd they list longer These are the most beautiful I have ever been 1 seem to rue faces in evry rue But the tiny you brought them 1 was so weak for want of food I could hardly see them at all Poor Mrs Ilrown was in tears This vomnattint she hind almost ridiculed nnd thought of writing compositions about for the delectation of her club proved to be a cultured woman quit capable of earning comfortable sup port by means of the exquisite needlework which soon rendered her a per feet treasure to Mrs Brown and her inrUtocrntle friends Banner of Gold 4h1+ Ghosts were naturally more numer Otis in earlier conditions of society lot then mnn had so many sunk Nome we are content with one anti there ar sonic who try to make us doubt even that modest allowance Hut III the jjood old days each person was credited with several There was one for in stance which belonged to his body and must abide in it or death would ar rive then there was the dream soul which I hun said might wander through time and space at will during sleep and must Important said nanny is the name soul that which sires in distinctive iiulividiiHlityI in our per satin names and not to continue the list to a tiresome length there was the butte soul which remained in the bones after the body had passed to dust The nst mentioned was of peculiar value for on itt persistence depended the chance for resurrection into life on earth The faith in this was nigh uni versal When the body of Klijah touched the dry hones of the long deadI warriors they clothed themselves in flesh and were restored to living he lags The rabbis taught that especial 1 ly in the hone lute the last of the spinal vertebrae dwelt the spirit of the erased It U Indestructible say Ill1 and not even a strong man with sledge hammer can break ItUrDaniel 0 Until on in Century i ArurlnmlerN Wit As Hnnsen was Germanys greatest master in mathematical astronomy so wns the venerable Argelnnder in tin observational side of the science IhIj was of the same age ns the newly I crowned emperor and the two wee J playmates at tit time Germanywe f being overrun by the armies of Nalt poleon He was held in love and 1Isport by the entire generation of young astronomers both Germans and for elgners many of whom were proud tr have hind him its their preceptor Among these was Dr II A mould who frequently related a story of tit as I troiiomcrs wit When with him as a student he wa beardless and had ajj good head of hair 1ctiirning some years later he hUll become bald lIutI iI tulllollghenunannounced The astronomer looked1 j at hint with some surprise not at first recognizing him Do you not know I me Kerr professor The astronomer looked mutate closely Meiu Goal It- sI throughPro i 1rnetorn SiiltMiin Vlt II One tiny In the senate Senator Vest of Missouri In the midst of an Impas sioned speech recited one of Miltons IoenmIu n very tragic manner The author of that great poem said Pest in an impressive undertone wns John Milton nnd it has been set to music by the great Beethoven There wits n religious silence all over the senate when Senator Proctor whose face hud assumed the forlorn mid forbidding expression of n profes sional mourner arose nnd remarked In n deep bass voice that was hearth nil over the senate chamber Ycst sing ItsDetroitI Free Press KrlriuU Sometimes said the young man who is becoming slightly cynical it does seem that n dollar is the best friend n man can have SorghumAntiit is n politicians duty to make as pOMlbltWaahlngton Starah f I WHY HE REPROVED There Was Just n Faint Suspicion el SclfIntcrcBt In Ills Comiilnlat It isnt every man in Uncle Sams paywho feels his responsibility as docs un old Irish man who in n treasury messenger Just the other day he was berating an absent clerk for leaving stone pins on the edge of his desk where they might be brushed oft by anybody passing Theyll be swept on the flare said he and wasted to the extravagance of the government which is already KO hard up its borrowin money it is to pay ixpinsc and its a shame it is for the min in the jov ernment ininloy to be wastin pins witch cost money There was a general laugh at the earnestness of the old mans complaint and some body said he deserved nn increase of salary for his devotion to the interests of the coun try And then as the clerks trooped out the old moan snid to the last of them Yis its all right for yces gazoo byes to be lauchin at me Ill see notliin waited here They kin laugh but its not tliim that has to KO down on their hands and knees to pick up thin pins Detroit Free Press Svrnllovred n Needle anti Died A tailor in Chicago accidentally swallowed a needle anti died us a result of the inflam mation set up by the small needle Little thinits have frequently great power ns is seen in a few small lores of the famous Hoe tetters Stomach Hitter which however has nn entirely different effect froth the needle in this notice The Hitters make nervous weak And sickly persons strong awl well ntciiu They are also good for yspeiia and constipation AVtiere n Strum IIiuul IH Needed leueler Xiirrowpr and lighter wedding rings ate fashionable Why do you want ont so broad and heavy Customer Ve expert to move to North Dakota after the wedding Jewelers Weekly The VIIP In Over And now our thought are nil of pence and homo lliorc are too often people to he found who have no horn and it Ui to them these fro wIIII ire uddriwcd If you tral Iv want homo run easily get one but relapsetroutin Marinettc County Wieuni iiii the very tinr l fHrniMig laudiis to be had now at a that modest liaiire Excellent1 home mar eels are nt hnmlto takel whatever the fat in eer muses and eood price ate given these lands are on tilt Chicago Milwaukee St PaulI Knilway nod full information loon eerniiig tliein will eheerfullv be furnished by C fK KolliiK Immigration Agent 101 Ia Sallo Street Chicapo Instructor There is no point to this theme 1001 confidingly Oh 1 nlwjiy+ was bad at pim tuation Harvard Jain croon Tu Cure n Told In One lny Take Laxative Hromu Quinine TabletsIlld- rigi iifts icfutul money if it fail+ to cm e J3c- An actress iis often indebted to the florist tar the flower she gets over the footlights Chicago Daily News I couldnot pet along without 1ipot Cure for Consumption It ulwnys cuicn Mrc E C Moulton Xccdhani Mass Oct 2201 lie who rides behind another does not travel when he pleasesSsut lulls Crtnrrli Cure Is taken Internally Trite 75c Why isnt mrirory the thing we forget trithY ChilI u DiilyI Xcivs tJI SbrofularTaints the blood of millions and sooner or later may break out jn hip disease running sores or some more complicated form To cure scrofula or prevent it thoroughly purify your blood with Hoods Sargap riilsi which has a continually growing record otll wonderful cures t HoodssarsaJlfparilla v Is Americas Greatest Medicine tl six toe K k Hoods Pills euro indigestion biliousness I r ToncItlnB Klndne t The bronzed soldier looked at the pack age addressed to him with moistened eves 4 Blessed angels he said they do not for fi get UItI Then he carefully took off the wrappings and fouid A nail brush nn or 5 namental hair receiver n pair of tidies a f small bottle of mixed pickles a tract n hand painted blotting and Cleveland Plain Dealerff Would lie Writer What do you cone 1j skier the most important qualification fora beginner in literature Old land= A i small aJllct tlTitBits f- rARUP i IIIVtD I IMITAfEthJt1iEYl I I ITilE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF PIGS not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination hilt also to the care and skill with which It is 1 manufactured by bdcntillo processes known to the CAIIFOKNIA Kio tltJCo olllIInd we wish to impress upon all the importance of purclmsinjr the true and original remedy As the 1lJ genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured j by the CAMTOIIMA Fio Svitur Co tonly n knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless 1tic1 which tho genuine Syrup of Figs lass j given to millions of families makes a the name of the Company a guarantyt i of the excellence of its remedy It is far iu advance of till other laxatives as it nets on the kidneys liver and bowels without irritating or weaken mug them and it does not gripe nor 1 nauseate In order to get its beneficial effects please remember the imiiitt of the lompallICALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO ji SAN rilANClSCO Cal LOCISVILIC Kr KKW VOUIC pij 1 J i i 1 i r tDewey Americanizmtr the Philippines Wherever Battle Ax goes it pacifies and satisfies everybodyand there are more men chewing BaillA XJPLUG madeTheand international findyoufindyou youll find it in Spain very soon Our soldiers and sailors 1CubaI you chewing it Remember the name you buy again S tv K4- h 4 ORDINdRY PEOPLE typWould Go to Pieces Witlioul the Connuou Folk 4re Darien of tha World U Horne by Couldysot Cure the Sick Scrmpu by Iter Dr Tnluiagr V D 0 I From a passage of Scripture that lbs probablyno other clergyman ever II i preached from Rev Dr Tntninrrn in this discourse sets forth a truth very Ik Appropriate for those who have un if jeoltby ambition for great uenltlt or iv 4xme The text is L Citron xxcJ 7 A man of great stature whose I findersanil toes were four and twenty alxon each hand and six on each foot i and he also was the son of nJlant I JJut whim he defied Israel Jonathan t the son of Shimea Davids jon slew flhim J Malformation photographed and for T11 vi t Imssagettin ft Scri tares as sometimes paragraph rf1 i utterly obnoxious to tho editor pets v into his newspaper during his absence Is not this Scriptural errata No no i there is nothing haphazard about the t Blblo Tills passage of Scripture was X AS certainly intended to be put in the Bible as the verse In the beginning God created the heavens and the t earth orIGod so loved the world f that lie gave Ills only begotten Son if And I select Iit for my text today be- causet it Is charged with practical and iIi tremendous meaning By the people i of God the Philistines had been eon ti fewtjm extinct 1 am glad to say There is no t i enlnrgetrcre many of them in olden times Goliath was according to the Bible rt eleven feet four and a half inches high Or if you doubt this the famous Pliny I declares that at Crete by an earth b quake a nToTmment was broken open V discovering the remains of a giant 40 E cubits long or GO feet high So profunctI f elusion that there were in those times cases of human altitude monstrous and I appalling David had mashed the skull of one of these giants but there were otherE giants that the Davidenn wars had not f yet sutrhmed and one of them stands p Alpi i Il its To the ordinary fingers was an r i Fncxcd min additional finger and theII addendumwct feet where others had JO It was not tho only instance of the kiwi I Tavernier the learned writer paays that the emperor of Java t had a son endowed with the same number of extremities Voloa rtius the poet had six fingers on each j hand Maupertuis in his celebrated letters speaks of two families t t near Berlin similarly equipped tr of hand nnd foot All off which Jcan believe for I have seat j two cases of the same physical super f abundance But this giant of the text Is in battle and as David the strip I it ling warrior hail dispatched one giant t the nephew of David slays this mon t kterof my text and there he lies a ftlrjj Vthe battle in Gath a dead giant Ills stature did not save him and his HIff perfluous appendices of hand and foot t Hd not save him The probability was j k that in the battle his sixth finger on j thIs hand made him clumsy in the usr i his weapon and his sixth toe crap prostratekaadman of great stature whose fingers and tOtS were four and twenty six OilII keach hand and six on each foot and lIe also was the son of a giant But when he defied Israel Jonathan the Jloa of Sjhlmea Davids brother slew ifeSWrn I I Uehold how superfluities arc a hind j I lance rather than a help In all the I battle at Gath that day there was not I r tman wmi ordinary hand and UJUIM t j cry foot and ordinary stature that I pllsleallCurlomy right side U stronger than a giant on andmind1Ion can not use for God and the bet dent of the world is a sixth finger i lminelnnCe inDiemost k rightarepeople I i ngers of their right hand and they lessOnet amongOOO missionaries that would tell von I f totey have on Ionu common emma 1I11t0 the IIlcle in conspicuous places t Lilt goodAarsesnever I dt amP AngoU was a big gun that noisetelusleets of ordlnJry caliber theexteatlonhisabtaetPotomacsaetheNpeSCemaker guntwasthunderforeign toucheskexplodes and leaves 3r111rt 1 ministers dead on the deck gLat that time all up and r orbore the nation ro thtouch first duty Tito curse ofthe world is big guns After nofscgoangry discussionon the el Inovemucrpeoplewithballots will settleeverything and settle it right 1000000 of the white slips of paper theydrop malcing about atheClear todathereandshoeshshoelnaker kinMartinLathersand the theGladltoucs andthelutureThemore common folks They do time worlds work bearing time worlds burdens weeping the worlds sympathies eonsolntionAmollA Samuelr4go to pieces tomorrow If there were not thousands of common lawyers to ace rightsA ker rises up eminent in the medical profession but what an unlimited dlphthella world if it were not for 10000 common doctorsl The old physician in his gig driving up the lane of the farmhouse or riding on horseback his medicines in the saddle bags arriving on the ninth day of the fever and coming in to take hold of the pulse of the patient while the fatuity pale with anxiety and looking on and waiting for his decision in regard to time patient and hearing him say Thank God I have mastered the case he Is getting went excites in me an admiration quite equal to the mention of the names of the great metropolitan doctors of the past or the illustrious living men of the present Yet what do we see in all depart menu People not satisfied with or ordinarydutIescan llo with a hand of five lingers they want six Instead of usual endow anent of JO manual and pedal addenda they want 24 A certain amount of money for livlihood mid for the sup ply of those whom we leave behind us cuter we have departed this life is im portant for we have the best author ity for saying IL that provideth not ofIinfidel but time large and fabulous Minis for which mummy struggle If obtained would be a hindrance rather than an advantage The anxieties and annoyances of thoio shoe estates have become ple thoric can only be told by those who possess theta It will be a good thing when through your industry and prosperity you can own the house in which you live But suppose you own 50 houses and you have all those rents to collect and all those tenants to please Suppose you have branched out in business successes until in al most every direction you have invest ments Time fire bells rings at night you rush upstairs to look out of time window to see It it is any of your twills Kpidemic of crime conics and there are embezzle ments and absconding in all direc tions mind you wonder whether army of your bookkeepers will prove recrennt- Vv panic strikes the financial worldand you are like a hen under a sky full of hawks and trying with anxious cluck to get your overgrown chickens safely under wing After a certain stage of success has been reached you hUe to trust so many important things to others that you are apt to become the prey of others ami you are swindled and defrauded and tho anxiety you had on your lrow when you were naming your first SlOOO is not equal to the anxiety on your brow now that you have won your SoOO000000 The trouble with such a one is that iie is spread out like the unfortunate one in my text You have more fingers and toes than you know what to do with Twenty were useful ti4 is a hindering superfluity Disraeli says that n tang of Poland abdicated his throne and joined the people and became a porter to carry burdens And some one asked him why ho did so and he answered Upon my honor gen tlemen the load which 1 cast off was jy far heavier than tho one you see me carry The weightiest Is but a straw when compared to that weight under which I labored 1 have slept more In four nights than 1 have during all my reign I begin to live and to bo a ting myself Elect whom you choose As for me 1 am so well it would be madness to return to court Well says somebody such over loaded persons ought to be pitied for their worriment are real and their in iomnia and their nervous prostration are genuine I reply that they could get rid of the bothersome surplus by giving it away If a man has more houses than he can carry without vexation let him drop a few of them If his estate is BO great he can not manago it without getting nervous dyspepsia from having too much let him divide with those who have ncr dyspepsia bscauso they can not vous enough Nol Tlmey guard their set sixth finger with more taro than they did the original five They go limping with what they call gout and know not that like the giant of my text they q are lamed by a superfluous toe AJtev of them by charities bleed themselie of this financial obesity and monetary plethora but many of them hang onttho hindering superfluity till death and then us they arc compelled to give tho money up anyhow In their last will and testament they generously give somo of It to time Lord expecting no doubt that lIe will feel very much oblledto them Thank God that once in a while vr have a Peter Cooper who owning nn interest In the iron works at Trenton said to Mr LesterhI do not feel quite tuakingWorkinghave a monopoly which seems to me something wrong Everybody has to come toes for it and we are making money too fast So titer reduced tin price and this whllo our philanthropist was building Cooper Institute which mothers a hundred institutes of kind ness and mercy all over time land Hut the world had to wait 5800 years for Peter Cooper 1 um glad for the benevolent Instltu lions that get a legacy from mon who during their life were as stingy as death but who in their last will anti testament bestowed money on host pitaU and missionary seciotics but for such testators 1 have no respect They would havo taken every cent of It with them if they could and bought up half of Heaven tend let It out nt ruinous rent or loaned the money to celestial citizens utJ per cent a month and got a corner on harps and trumpets They lived in this world Piu or 60 years in tho presence of an pulling suffering and want and made no efforts for their relief Time charl ties of such people are in the Paulo post future tense they are going to do them Time probability is that 11 such a one in his last will by a dona tion to benevolent societies tries to atone for his lifetime of closefisted ness the heirs at lnw will try to break the will by proving that the old man was senile or cazand the expense of the litigation will about leave in the lawyers hands what was meant for the Bible Society 0 yc overwclghty successful business men whether this sermon reach your ear or your eyes let mo say that if you tire prostrated with anxieties about keeping or investing these tremendous fortunes 1 can tell you how you can do more to get your health back and your spirits raised than by drinking gallons of bad tast mug water at Saratoga Homburg or Carlsbad Give to God humanity and the Bible ten per cent of all your in come and it will make n new moan of you mind from restless walking of the floor at night you shall have eight hOUlssleepwithout tho help of bro mide of potassium and from no appe tite you will hardly be able to watt for your regular meals and your wan check will 1111 up and when you die the blessings of thou whom but for you would have perished will bloom all over you grave Perhaps some of you will take thin advice but the most of you will not And you will try to cure your swollen hand by getting on it more fingers maul your rheumatic foot by getting on it more toes and there will be sigh of relief when you are moue out of the world anti when over your remains the minister recites the words Bless ed are the lend who lice in the Lord persons who have keen appreciation of the ludicrous will hardly be able to keep their faces straight lint whether in that direction my words do good or not 1 am anxious that all who have only ordinary equipment lo thank ful for what they have and rightly employ it I think you mill have fig uratively as well as literary fingers enough Do not long for hindering superfluities Standing in time presence of this fallen giant of my text and In thi postmortem examination of him let us learn how much better ulf we are with jut the usual hand the usual foot Yon have thanked God for a thousand things Jut 1 warrant you never thanked Him for those im pleiirnts of work and locomotion that no one but the Inilnlti mend Omnipotent God could have ever planned or made tho hand nnd the foot OnlyI tho sol dier or that UK ehanic who in a battle or through machinery has lost them knows anything adequately nlout their value andouh the Christian scientist can have any apprecia tion of what divine masterpieces they an Sir Charles Bell was so impressed with the wondrous construction of the human hand that when the earl of Brldgewater gave 540000 for essays on tho wisdom and goodness of God and eight books were written Sir Charles Deli wrote his entire book on the wis dqm and goodness of God as displayed in the human hand The t7 bones in the hand and iwrist with cartilages and ligaments and phalanges of the fingers all made just ready to knit to sow to build up to pull down to weave to write to plow to pound to wheel to battle to give friendly salu tation The tips of the fingers are so many telegraphs offices by reason of their sensitiveness to touch The bridges the tunnels the cities of the whole earth are the victories of tho hand limo hands fare not dumb but often speak as distinctly as tho lips With our hands wo invitn wo repel we invoke we entreat wo wring thorn in grief we clap Uicm In joy we spread them abroad in benediction Tho mal formation of the giants hand in tho text glorifies the usual hand fashioned of God more exquisitely and wondrously than any humaa mechanj r l G r f t LlP1Isla that was erer eoatrlreC tc Hrlf I you to use it for God and the lifting o fI tho world out ot its teohir rel1lR 1 ment EnVpoy itJh thi sublime Voflk of Gospel handshaking Y6u atf 1tFouryour neighbors hand on one stdtf and your thumb sot so as to clinch non time other side1 By all its bones arid oartllagusauligamuents s with the voice of God cammnndin g you to shake hands Tho custom is ar old as the Biblo anyhow Jehu sail to Johonadad Is thino heart right as my heart la with thino heart1 If Ubc give mo thino 1tind When hand join in Christian salutation n los pel electricity thrills across the palm from heart to heart and from tho shoulder of ono to tlo shpuUior of the otherWith tho tdmid and fot tholr encour agement shako hands With the troubled in warinhcarcd sympathy shako hands With the young man just entering business and discoiir aged at tho small sales and tho large expenses shako hands With tha child who isnow from God nnd started on unending journey for which ho needs to gather great supply of strength nnd who can hardly reach up to you now because you nro so much taller shako hands Across cradles and dying beds and graves shako hands With your en emits who have done all to defama and hurt you but whom you cap afford to forgive shako hands At time door of tho churches where people come in and at time door of churches where people go out shako hands Lot pulpit shako hands with pew nnd Sabbathday shako hands with weekday and earth shako hands with Heaven Oh the strange tho mighty the undefined tho mysteri ous the eternal power of an honest handshaking Time difference between these times nnd tho millennial times 1 is that now some shako hands but then all will shako hands throno amid foot stool across seas nation with nation God and man church militant and church triumphant INTERESTING ITEMS THK truest shops in a Chinese city are those devoted to time sale of ail tins Tiiiau are 11Vi glaciers or Ice rivers in the Alps of which 4U have a length of more than four and threequarter miles Miss HAMILTON GIIIFFIN a halfsister of Mary Anderson is cultivating her voice In Germany and will make her debut as a singer next year StXBTiioKi or rather heatstroke can occur even in winter In n close darkened room where tho tcmpcratura is for a long time above the normal SfKKKitints from neuralgia are warn id by a medical writer not todrhm l ten but to partake of coffee unto witiul- the julco of a lemon has been squeezed A LTiiiosirr recently exhibited a Stockholm was a section four feet In diameter from a plume tree which grew 60 to 70 mi vs north of the Arctic circle AT Welbccu n Germany n decree hums been proclaimed that n llcenss to narry will not bo granted to any In iivldiml who humus been in the habit of jctttng drunkJ- KHCSAIKM is now nothing but a ihadow of tho magnificent cityof an lient times It is about throe miles it circumference and is situated on a rocky mountain IKKSUJKNT MASBO of tho Cuban ro public socalled issued a proclaim tion advising his people to encourage pence by relying upon the United states government for their independ encl IF as suggested Queen Victoria con fens upon Queen Wilholmina the Order of the Garter the young queen of loUnnd will bo the first lady to re lelvo that decoration front liner ma estys hands Cor THANK J QUKKN who recently lied in Birmingham Ala aged U 3t years married the daughter of Daniell Boone Sho died tcn years ago Col Queen assisted Boone in driving Indiana out of Kentucky Tilt celebrated gamecock CommodoreI iVainwright after his great victoriesI at Hollcttsvllle Laredo Smut Antonio mil Caldwell was sold in the ccckpl- on Ion Porduos ranch in Burleso- county Tex for 91000 A NKW penholder has a calends formed on the handle time days of tho week being printed on time handle vhllo the days of the month are printed in tabular form on a revolving tube to be adjusted to the day corre spondingTo the opening of pope bags two notches are cut in tho mouthI of the bag on either side of the center I or two cars arc placed in like post ions to extend past uncle other in order that they may bo grasped sop irately to spread tho mouth of thoI sack TUB largest steamship ever built in England is now in process of con truction It U to havo a total length of 604 feet a 04 feet beam and a djpth of 43 feat its total tonnage to bo 13 000 Time was when master shipbuilders 1 insisted that ships of thisI sire wcro impracticable that they could nut be navigated advantageously This experience was based upo the experience of the Great Eutro nut men know more about hipbuild tag now than they did when this area Eastern wu launched W r er i cIt r 1fi D m Dbx Adulatiod4s t riiit r rtaI Intel tortach our good rrftll 1 H thy + lJorlh J t w uilty perfoutitprbaperit trito fit 1- t1 prelude tot Ad4tull k oi kYI I JnllcUn i t tu + + ktr Jlo1y WJt itkb s H tJwj rt w- he Td ulcrgynlmtuiopoursc i4 lists t y IPl1hl Chlcago UttlI Xtecgrt s I 1ctoh1ac4 ha utmuch teclta Itnto Vila singing rom =You hut Why when he liattg Ills Drltokltig Sosf list nlg1rt time t hmolea4t1Ience got the f delirium treiriehsMhjHaiapoHil JoMC1 i sal I I 5 n They 3mve givcnaue the iheajriMty port Ju limo nmty pipy You tlont say rpl What is Ul1kt JIt have to catchrthe big fat lendjng lady when W faints In tho fourth net =rhiladeV phtu livening Bulletin v The minister iiriil fhef lmoyloelna su said the ounlrnpd ynlcal hoarder t are Inseparable adjuncts of cvlllt t tlon They are very much alike sold the Cheerful Idiot one IsI palter and the other is a peeler Indian apolis Journal A Householders Opinion Wlckwlre I dont exactly like the idea of calling one of the new ships of war The American Girl Yab leyWhat jl the matter with it 1ViekwIretit sounds too trine The hire Girl would give a much halter idea of destruc tion and desolationIndianapglisJ- ournal SPARROW AND TROUT rr SoinctliiiiK1 Cuiitcrtilnir the KnulUU- lllnl and mho lnRlleh Int ported KUIi Time Kngllsh sparrow is ono of tho most unattrnctlvo birds wu should say tho most unattractive wore it not thai pictures of tho nptcryx anti limo dodo suggest that it U impossible that the iivlun family may contain spochncim more illbred and generally dlsrcpu tnhlu In nppcnrancu than he Both these however wo believe are ox tlnet having perished like the lohtyo snurun of Inimto liomcllneHH and havetbeen Hot aside In the Rchctnu of evolu tion as imperfeot and mistaken con ceptions Tho Kngllnh nparrow therefore rcmnliiH the most Ill comdl termed disagreeablelooking and un pleasant mannered of all the birds It would be unfair to compare him with our Bong sparrow for he makcM no pretension to imiidcul nklll amid frankly ndmltH that his voice IH harsh and strident and fit for ncoldlngH bickerings and humUs only hut com pnro him with our fnnillliir chippy Time feathers of the Kngllnh hlrdIt IH not possible conscicnt Jointly to use the word plumage In connection with him tho feathers of the Knglinh dirtytbeetstheadthunchiulup nhoulderH pugnacioiiH tall with two feathers pulled out and ono turned sidewise suggest that tho pro nuncintton of his immune 8pn1I1rIin correct for hike n profeKHlonal prizesfighter ho U nlwnjN qunrrt Ihmg loud curd practicing the preliminary objurgatloim Compare nil this to r our hippy whose plumngu In rent hut not gaudy whose form Is the refine anent of ohgnniu nnd whoso nIl mad aetruslvo cheerful courtesy Illn outllno IIn tho porfectlon of grnco and adjusted proportion Observe him IlII ho goes HyBtenmtlenlly through tho woodbine on the piazza in search of noxioiiH In scatslint thoroughly nnd neatly ho a works neither Inviting nor soliciting your ohHorvntlon Thieve Is nohloRt notion about the chippy but all till movements of time KnglUh spnrrowaro jerky and nlmlcsH an of Homuthitig that lists no definite place In tho ehomo of creation and IH working for one r Much tho annie contrast holds ho twecn our brook trout curd tho im ported Tngllfih trout known as tho r brown trout Of course nil trout nro beautiful but tho KngllHh fish IH chunkier and blunter tho curve of tho hack which In time American IH said by nrtlntn to bo the most beautiful line In animate nature IH flattened slightly by mho Increased ttlza of the head Tho xttlrnilued by tho blight but alHmportaut degradation which marks tho line bo twcen tho work of time great colorists and thu HUcccHHftil imitators In dls p position the Kngllah trout In lit once sullen und voracious ands an Insatia ble cannibal Thu American trout It IK true Is not wholly free from blame In this regard but he does not devour the young of hln own race In the whole Hale and promiscuous way that marks tho feeding of his English cousin The contrast between the typical caricatures of John hull and Uncle 8am IIs not altogether without instill cation in fact There is a tendency lit this country to produce n slimmer o moro otIvo and elegantly formed anti mal than tho KngllHh prototype tV have no wish to lesson the JntcrnH = tlonal good feeling between jtbe iwo uw r great brunches of tho EnglUh K1co Ing people hut wo must nayfirmly IItt s the pugnacious and proerealreEng Lf7i llsh sparrow Is an iiglylej klmff Irird h I nand an unmiflgatednidraece withJ L out brain enough to f ftWf hiptriUi outh jp Minteror lireat fWk h tutmake him wertr tteyr lfiinfi n h Coyrt 1ca J e r V IIft biller r tip at tft Sterling there HYM a j dreamer whose ebullient imagina twn would io credit to tho erst while fataoua Supple Jack of the Cloudcapped Peaks of Pike 3Ct identlr he jmowf no more about the political situation in tho Tenth district than the mars in the moon known about Thompsons colt yet he hat the unqualified temerity to write to his bible the Louisville Commercial a long article boom il1t Drummer Sortz in the course of which ho saysU Domoorats nre leaving tho Democratic nominee daily and falling into lino for Seitz In Clark county there are 900 or 400 of the most representa tie Democrats in the county who- rer open in their pledge to support the Republican candidate Tho money question is the cause of the loss of many Democrats to Soitz and if Fitzpatrick will support knd defend tho Goobel bill in his speeches his defeat is assured The rest of his vapid effusion is along tho sumo lino and the natu rnl inference is that ho is either n victim of tho grossost deception or lie is himself a colossal liar Where ho gets his information that 41 800 or jOl of tho most representative Democrats in tho county are open in thoir pledge to support tho Republican candidate is a doop mystery unless ho bases his calcu lations upon a time in tho opening of tho last prosidontial campaign when a small cotorio of gold hugs in this county led a bolt from tho regular Democratic nominoopledg ing JCO to GOO votes in their sup port hut whorl tho ballots wore counted in November this u 100 to 000 had dwindled down to loss than 100 From that time on tho curing brothers realizing tho great mistake theyrondo have boon coining hack to tho true faith until nov the good old Democracy Clnrk county pr sints a solid pha lanx tu tho tnomy Last Novrm 1r in spite of tho unholy alliance they had to lilt tho Democrats P of Clnrk county gave Shaokelford for npjXUnt rltrk 410 majority and uoxt X Lhf1i in spite of all the bii this Mt Storling utttnufaoturotheyrillI t i irnUt sill IXIT majority If this mountain dreamer will apnnd n fow hours among the pooplo of Clark county he will find that not only is his stntomont as to lIaf- fection among Democrats hero not true but that Gen Apathy is rid ing a tall hts rn tho other side sad that many Republicans will ither fttny jt hoinn on election lay or have their votes recorded ion FiUputrick Vinchestor Sun P Vatt Bardia for Governor For u time there wonted to bo None doubt ItS to whether or not againLoship but tho onlhueinstiu manner in which ho has boon received at thn several plan in Southern and Western RttntnLywhtro he has recently made speeches seems to have ikcitlrd liim in the nflirnm tiye and it is nuts assorted that ho will mak o formal announcemont If hit oandulney vnmotimn during tho present month probably not fuUjdoto11niufld weeks ho huts boon considoring as to thE limo when ho should an nounce Unless ho changes his plans tho formal announcement will como by October leiPal moutli Pondlotonian x Throo Doctors In Conaullatlon From nnjftmin Frnnkltn- Vhon you nro sick what you like best is to be 0110x011 fur a luodieino In the first nlaeo what rxprienen tells yon Is host to leasotri tho last place Out ifyou eau eot Dr Incll nation Dr Piporlem1 sad Dr UOI OIl to hold A consultation towlhw they will give you tho best advice ihai tAn tM takau When you have tanlcoUl Dr IncllimY tiou would recommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy bccniiMit is plcaannt and oafo to take Ur lixperionco would re commend becaueeIt never fails to effect rs speedy and permanent cure Dr Rca eon would recommend it because it is prepared on scientific principles and acts on natures plan in relieving tho lungs opening tho secretions and restoring the system to a natural and healthy condi a tion For sale by J Taylor Day Send your laundry to tho Winchester Tower Laundry the best in tho state D B Littoral is agent at Hazel Green ail will call for and deliver goods in town lIe will also forward nil pscka i get sent In from the country 27tf r y l 1 4 lf 1L- w r r 1 4r CliiinH Lire Meek Harktt The Claolanttl Live Stock Record of Fader ghee the following as the beet prices far tllat cIaINo choice cattle oa the Market today Top price for those on sale 485 Top price for calves t760ITop price of light hogs 395 heavy f390 Best sheep brought 100 Best lambs brought 550 The above were actual sales but it should be borne in mind that they repre sent the best of their class on the market that day THE HERALD will each week give tho best sales of the Friday before which Is alone worth the price of the paper NOW is tbo time to subscribe TIN MUSIC ALONG SHORE Life Iaverr of the Jerey OoMt In- tro4ac druphophoBe Just for Fan Many of tbo lifeBaring stations along tho Now Jersey coast haTe tin music on tap to keep out the roar of tho ocean and the whlstlo of the cold winds The little graphophones with the tin mega phones are much in evidence The stations at Shark river Spring lake Squnn bench Ikiyhcnd Mantoloking Torn + river and Island beach havo nil been enjoying metropolitan amusements at long range Every station own n cyl inder that cheerily tells about the high temperature on one night in an old town When the winds sweep up the beach at 70 and 60 miles an hour those who staid indoors kept tho hot timo cylinder doing double duty until it was a question whether the gmphophonc or the stove was the warmest thing around When tho crow at Squan station saw an advertisement of the talking and singing machines two cents was in vetted at once for a catalogue nnd a cheap ono was bought on speculation As soon as itrtirrlved there were contin uous entertainments The telephones were opened and some of tho good things were shared with the lifesavers tipand down the beach The idea spread like contagion and now there Iia u grnpbophonc society aloe the New cylinder it along thu line and in this way there is a change of programme weekly in each station- MIRRORS FOR SEARCHLIGHTS Important InMriirnfiit for the Dc ttNJtloit nf the Elusive nnil- Uooill Torpedo Ilnnf The strength of tho Spanish navy in torpedo boats makes it necessary that nil United States cMc1s and forts shall be provided with searchlights and it is found that it is no easy mutter to pur chase a sufficient number of search lights in an emergency A large num ber of the llRt searchlight mirrors have been bought but an adequate supply of them cannot be lurl Hnvimr mirrors the electric companies could saystheTho mirror Is an essential part of the light and iUa manufacture IIs a tlIcRt oonitiou which needs care Mud time to finish it successfully It is not aii ir UnAry reflector which may bccnst nnd molded but has to be ground accurate 1 ly and highly polished It is really a concave lens backed by silver and burdened vulrnniti Machines for grinding the rrflcrtors have been made which faciiitatti the work but it requires about a week to mnko n satis factory mirror The gins is purchased molded into share and the machine are put to work on this and the surfaces are ground fo the requisite currc After grinding anti polishing the mirror is tested and when it Is satI factory tho silver back is put on b Wfrolyaw and this back is covered by an opaque substance gen erally vulcanite ANIMALS TRADES Cecil Are 3ootm trlcliinN Cntcrplllnrn lUlL tIreJJocs ore omctrtcIRuB Tho cells are ItutqunnItltspaces and least possible Iloss of In terstice nays the lx uisville Con merclal The mole is n metcorlogist alnavigatoral and casts performsWhole tribes of bh da are musicians Caterpillars arc silk spinners The squirrel is a ferryman with a chip or piece of bark for a boat and his tall fern sail he crosses the The beaver is an trtnmII and woodcutter he nn trees nail foots houses and dams The marmot buildshousesnnt111I1InI 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Mass Send for it if you want to know more of the i power of these pills than is proven in the following testimonials I miTcretl nearlyall my life with bowel complaints enduring much pain and I tried almost all the catharti rer dies advertised in the new+papert without obtaining permanentj relief until I used Ayers Cathartic Pills The result obtained from the lie of these pills was wonderful They not only gave immediate relief but effected a permanent cute- Ri C STODDARD Deli i Ont I e I wn ill for torn time with liver trouble My hark ached and mjr skin turned as yellow as saffron i I became ursMe to do I any work and at last was connncd to my bed too weak to move without snsistsnee I commenced the use of Ayers Pill and I less than half a box cured int low my jItncnt good health to their uw and I am never without them WM OAKLEY Lobelvillf Tenn I 11 I hate used Ayes Pills with excellent results for constipation I find that they do not gripe nor purge but do gv rciff CHARLES R WHITE 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