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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 cr 1 www TVTrT 1 fi 9 I t r rHE H EL aREENE iI ALD t Established March 4 1885 Made Famou in the Story of Jonathan and His Oomtlmeat byMax OTU11 71oJ L Knd COOPER JMUor The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated ani Mist Quill Papiri In th KtfltKcky MiMtiiis 100 AYEAtr fjtullTEENTHn YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 27 1808 NUMBER 80 1 Iif CART DRY GOODS- COMPANY I ntfOBTEBS AND DEALERS IN tm1t Q7Q7ID AND NOTIONS t IT LOUISVILLE KY I jjftrence J Taylor Day Hazel Green GREEN SONSW- HOLESALE lootSShOeS625 W MAIN STRE- ETLtTxNvxriLE Kor IIGOSLING CO- t JOBBERS IN ITS CAPS STRAW GOODS Gloves Umbrellas ii and 629 V Main St- LOUISVILLE KY IjffSllht1eWOr1ft GO t A t7FACTCREnS AND JOBBERS OF XENS iLDRENS AND BOYS C LOT H I N C tK7 West Main StreetLOUISVILLE KY TI Hjimi Kersey Cassimerc S Corduroy Pants and Suits DUCK COATS 1st aeknowJedgell to be Superior to any produced Sizes guaranteed ns marked GTSOLD BY J TAYLOR DAY HAZEL GREEN KY JI ROBINSON NORTON CO LOUISVILLE KY I HUGHES IrrIONIC OLD RELIABLE Cures Chills- SURE Ie tk 100 Bottles Druggists nave it IMPROVEDTASTE PLEASANT IncorprntedinsenPettetI 10DE HARDWARE COMPA- NYW1IOLESALE IIIJI11 fARE wad QTTTOiJBJRSri CINCINNATI O Reference J Taylor Day Hazel Green t ciEa P mnttt 1657 Race St- CINCINNATI Jfca leading house for FANCY DRY andETrIONSWSpeolal attention to Mail Orders JmB IISEKflIOMEJ 3 i JSirOBTEnS AND JOBDEUS OF fURNISHING GOODS HOSIERY t ff Underwear White Goods 0 slONS ft FANCY DRY GOODS t 225227 Race St i fftn Meyer r oIJI EnIlhenINCINNATI IL iA B 1XZ- f d Mnnlacturere and Jobbers of- 4bQOTS SHOES 5 RUBBERS 6f M W PEARL STREET I CINCINNATI NOTE READS EnTelolel Catnioeuelh GENERAL NEWS onlyaboutquantity prisonsinNino negroes wore killed in a race war at Harporvillo Miss Oct 21 Gen Blanco has ordered the sale inCubnTwo men were killed and anoth ntCnrtersIt is reported that Queen Victo muchdepressed Concerning the return of Matafa to Somoa the United States will insist that the Samoans shall elect their own king Gen Gomez the Cuban com mandorinchefis reported to have quarreledwith his entire staff and all have resigned Cuban forces at Guantanamo despitoGndisband his troops During tho past few slays several Americans have been arrested in Havana for taking pictures of the wreck of the Maino The Spanish peace commission ers at Paris plead that their coun try will bo ruined if compelled to assume the Cuban debt The pension commissioner de nies that thoro has been any change in tho practice of his office concern ing rheumatism or deafness The recent survey by tho govern meitpf the mouth of the Yukon river will add 2500 square miles toI Uncle Sams Alaska domain Secretary Alger has issued an order changing the post regulationsj and taxes of Porto Rico to corres pond with those of this country- A deal is on foot in tho Indian Territory by which John D Rock efeller the groat coal oil magnate is to secure control of all coal landsI thereBoston is preparing to celebrateI the 20th anniversary of the big fire of November 9 1872 in which SO 000000 worth of property was do stroyed Tho board of medical officers inl the field reports that the commonI housefly is an important factor in the dissemination of typhoid fever in army camps- Commander Ballington Booth has organized the Federation of Christian Workers distinct from but affiliated with the AmericanI Salvation Volunteers Naval Constructor Hobson now has the operation of raising the cruiser Cristobal Colon well tinder way and feels certain that ho willl bo able to save tho ship Princo Victor Bonaparte is saidl to have been approached by the military conspirators in Paris withl a proposition to overthrow the government and establish an em pireTho Spanish cruiser Maria Tere sn of Corveras fleet sunk at San tiago Cuba and raised recently by Lieut Hobsou will sail for the United States before tho endof this month Col Waring says that Havanat is the dirtiest city ho over saw and that the sanitary work there abso lutely unavoidable to prevent pestilence will bo enormous and cost millions of dollars The highest mountain peak inI tho world elevation above tho son 20000 feet recently discovered inI Alaska by the Eldridgo surveying party is said to have been foundl by two young men in 1890 andl named McKinley Winston N C claims the dis tinction of soiling more pounds of loaf tobacco direct from tho handsI of the farmer than any other loose market in the world The presenti tobacco year tho market will sell of tobacco2000000 more pounds than it has ever sold before the sales reaching to more than 48000 000 pounds t 1M ALL ABOUT THE CANARIES Not the South Sea Mails Nor Us Little Yellow 8oiiter Bat tie BrtMi Cora Bird of Illinois BUBHTOX ILL 03t12 Dear Sir Am here in the land of theU sucker and having a grandold time NitJJ- I came hero in tho beginning of broomcorn harvest and I consid er it as n special manifestation of the Divine Rulers favor toward me that I am still in existence in an earthly state And you cannot oxpressionifdewy morning in October But I am sure you never engaged in such nefarious work else if death did not ensue at once your mind would have been so impaired by the complication of evils attend ing it that you would not have boon competent to dig ginseng much less run a country newspa per like the I Dear Old HEUALD But for the sake of any who may wish to partake let mo ndviso Go East and live to a ripe old ago rather than drown your young hopes and aspirations in Illinois broomcorn dust a foot thickand world wide said dust having a spe cial aflinity for tho lungs and other breathing apparatus It also produces an itching sensation of a- very peculiar kind something like sticking 10000 needles through tho cutis And tho hard part of it is that each man must consume so much dust before ho becomes a fullfledged broomcorn canary a class of people much respected and sought after during broom theyactunllIthink so much of them that they give their favorites an extra bunch of hay in the top of the mow Well aside from tho many dim culties attending tho broomcorn canaries short life this is a most desirable country to live in The prairie I am on was a few short years ago entirely underwater i but nn excellent system of canals and sowers has rendered the rich farming lands available for tho raising of broom and Indian corn in largo quantities This country is also being well stocked with bluegrass from old Kentucky Wheat and oats are also raised ox ton si voly Well Mr Cooper I have just about completed an invention of incalculable value to tho human race I intend to secure a patent on it at once It is an automatic selfkicker to bo used individually if subject should over again attempt to work in broomcorn har vestD C James a former Wolfe county boy but now of Bushton recently purchased prairie farm of Elsborry OHair for AGO per acre and I can honestly say that Mr James is a man of whom Wolfo county may well be proud Ho came to Illinois 14 years ago with lout a cent and with poor prospects of increasing his wealth but by industry honesty and porsovoronco ho is now possessed of a good farm in an excellent locality A good example of what a man can do when actuated by right motives and backed by the will power to succeed in any undertaking Momphist ing broomcorn harvest Joe Murphy of Maytown Ky who has been rusticating and rum inating over the rich pasture lands of Illinois for nearly a fortnight was suddenly seized with an incon trollablo desire toseo mama and when last soon was clinging desper ately to the rods of an eastern bound freight Harry Perkins of this place re cently informed your correspond ent thai every time ho takes a drink of Kentucky whisky ho is so affected by tho proceeding that he is tempted to fly back to the hills of Eastern Kentucky and there drown his sorrow in a keg of Drue Lacya mountain dew Isaw in your edition of last week that my old friend and schoolmate Banford Mannin had been men f ti i n T I tioned by tho commonwealth of Clifty precinct as a legislative possibility While there is not a more promising young man in Eastern Kentuckylin Clifty precinct any a is only promising and not yet an acknowledged fact And while I should like to vote for him when I got old enough CKentuckyi ing the result of our lnst election to place its interests in the hands of veterans triedand true from tho battlefields of tho past At I least select men for your standard bearers that have some knowledge of your countrys laws and cus toms i and men who have tho boat interests of their fellowmen in view as a mark to roach No Branford I think you are a little premature Go a few more terms to Hazel Green Academy i i study Democracy as taught by THE HERALD and tho time may como not more than 50 years hence when you may climb tho loliticolI ladder of politics step by stop but not at a single bound With kindest regards to yourself and Mrs Cooper I am- Sincerely yours EDwAnn TAULBKE ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW I Our Flying Correspondent Again Sends I Us An Interesting Batch of News About Former Citizens Georgo W Nickel and wife whoII aro making their homo with Jeff Nickoll near Rich Hill Mo are in poor health and would like to get back among their old friends in Wolfe county o o 0tt Ifsome young doctor wants to make his jock ho should striko J somo of tho suburbs of Kansas City Tho numerous packing hou ses furnish employment for everybody t and 1110119 scorns to bo plentt lifultt o o o Mrs Nancy Harmon of Big Cab in I T has not boon able to walk for two years Rheumatism has partially paralyzed her lower limbs j She contents herself in nn invalids 1 chair and otherwise is enjoying t good healthcc o o o 1 Henry Pratt a prominent stock J nun of Warrensburg Mo is con templating a visit to Gillmoro Ho 1 is a son of Oliver Pratt a brother I to tho late Henry Pratt of Gill j moro crook Mr Pratt has boon a i citizen of tho West for 80 years j and has made and lost a number of fortunes At present ho is comfortably quartered on a fine stock j farm of 400 acres I 00Charley Swango said his prayers the other lily and said cm loudC and long Ho was taking a ride inC the giant seesaw at Omaha nndjj when about 200 foot in tho air a heavy gale struck them blowing 70 milos per hour which came near upsetting tho car anti dumping tho dozon or moro passengers on the ground Every sinner of em went to his knees and prayed fervently 1 for a safe deliverance Charley says ho thought his time was at an end and that tho car would drop any seoondII o n 0II The president had n fine recep j tion at Omaha but not nearly so enthusiastic a one as ho received at tho TonnesBO centennial Ho made a magnificent speech inoiI dentally defending the administra tions war policy but did not com mit himself on territorial expan sion or anything else as is usually the case Ovor 20000 people listened I to his address and everyone snemed rejoiced to see and hoar their chief executive A thousand Indians on dross parade marched parttadof their desiro for lasting peace J with tho palo faco o o o Daring my visit to Omaha itwas my pleasure to moot Theme Niokell who loft Hazel Green 44 years ago fr r 4 i F L y I j Ho has been a resident of Omaha tho greater part of tho time and was ono of the pioneers in the stock yards at that nlaco It was great pleasure to humI to learn of tho old landmarks at Hazel Green and vicinity and ho may mako that section a visit soon He has retired front business and is living with his family Ono son a prosperous farmer in Missouri another is on tho battleship Oregon and a daughter is a teacher in the Omaha High School I could havo known Undo Tom by his + voico and in 80 seconds wo were well acquainted In fact ho has been a reader of THE HERALD so long that ho is well posted as to tho whereabouts of Kentucky people Ho is an ardent silver man and says Bryans trip to Cuba will make him ilin ttirlnMt of Anion ica J H S Argentine KAnsAs Oct 20 I WANT TO GO HOME It the Cry of Some of the Fourth sea tacky But the Wolfe County Boyi Are in Health and Spirits CAMI SHIPP ANMBTON ALA October 10 1808 lIon Spencer CooperDear Sir Being an old scribo to your grand paper and not having written any thing to it for sometime I thought would lot you know something of our regiment and its whore abouts Wo aro located about one half mile from tho above town on- t beautiful hill among the green oaks and mossy stones which are very numerous in this country Certainly the sito fora camp could not bo bettor and very nearly nil of tho boys aro satisfied so far aa tho camp is concerned But thoro are other timings that mako them long for homo and vory near all t of them are dissatisfied with tho army They say as tho war is over riEhtto z to roturn to the enjoyments and comforts of homo They sacrificed all freedom and gave themselves up to thoir country anti if nocos spry to lay down their lives in de fonse of it And now hostilities being at an ond they wish to ro turn again to tho peace ul pursuits of civil life Such aro tho com plaints of most of tho boys of tho Fourth That with tho fond ro mombranco of tho girls they loft bohind thorn has placed them in a state of solitudo and despair nl though they continuo to take an f interest in drilling and preparingxfor active service should they bo needed Pay day has rolled around aunt tho boys are again cotton em up Once more they aro content as long as Uncle Sams filthy lucro lasts Wo aro still in tents and it is very disagreeable owing to tho unusual cold weather hero thero being some frost ovary morning But it is very pleasant during tho day Wo aro all drawing a now supply of blankets overcoats and gloves and expect to ho more comfortable in tho future Time general opinion of both ofli cers and men now is that wo will bo sent back to Kentucky to spend tho winter but of course no Qnotknows Some think wo will be sent further South if not to Cuba Time health of tho regiment is extremely good thoro being only 50 in the hospital and only four deaths since wo camo hero All 4 lightIform of fever Being properly cared for they aro rapidly recover ing and tho list gradually growing ti less All tho boys from around Hazel Green are well and in the best ofwspirits Fearing I will imposo upon generosity anti take too much of your valuable space I will now close Give my regards to all tho poo 4 pie in and around Hazel Green Wishing you and the grand old R HERALD success I am Respectfully yours CORP GEO TAULBKE Co D 4th Ky Infr Old ptpm Roc a iMiMkwL t ti Ci tpl i r JF 4 i it t ro 4 1t + 4 e J Vf d tPiC fr r I I r fJ te I I f t w 1 o oT r tEJ itII J J SPENCER COOPER FuDlUtu I01 HAZEL OREKN t t ItY- I THE UNWRITTEN LETTER ISThe streets of t wglty seemed filled with delightAnd the Latlt PJ9YCGay voiced of fclcasuro he night And dwelt In the thought of a boy The reef of distress In that ocean of strife R Were hid In Its spar le and foam And youth found no time In tho laughterI of Ute To write to the loved ones at home t Ire loved them ahyest for he know they were true And would servo him In flickncss orII health No task but their hands would moat joyfully I do To aid hm In want or In wealth At morning and evening they whispere- his name Though far from their paths ho might I foam I Yet found ho no time In his pleasures for shame To write to tho loved ones at home A tnessaKe your mother In lIeullantJr she died With tho name pf her boy on her tongun And oh for tho letter her heart was do- nledt I The song that can never hI sung J And all through the years hu was angry at fate Quite after the marircr of men Hut Oh t was forever and ever too late I To writs to that mother again Nixon Waterman In 1 A W Uullctln An Army Wife DY CAPTAIN CHARLES KINGII fCopyrighted ybyrTennyson eeiy I RY OPSISIChapter IInnnie McLane a young widow Is Invited to visit the Grafton at Port SodKWlck Her sUt r trios to dllII oiude her OH Ilnrulolpli Merrlum whom slip had jilted for old Methane and hlsllrlcle I are IItntiultllllhoro Chapter II Kunrlc McLann weddin ciuiion family foaling A few months latw sic wlille traveling with her luiHUniul meets Merriam on his wedding trip It I14 ncrluou this meeting that tine following chapter tIeJJ GHAITKI 11luxrixutul1- 103 I I were nmning swiftly down I f grade now following the windings ofII the San Mntvu but pht trade a rush fur her section grabbed the hit hdlmime silvermounted bag that lay j1rwithin reach und with bowed head and bent forum was hastening on when the forward trucks struck a hnrllulHJJ tho blcar gave a sudden lurch IhotI tumbled her Into the section directly III iron of the hlUsful couple ami spniwlid her lIgnomltilniisly upon thlII front seat The occupant of the OI1ItII Avnsn Htinrinfriomiiicrclal traveler Her I ling dropped in the crnh fell to th I door nod burst open and before she t could recover herself or its contentsm the meta in gray hud sprung to herald had bundled an escaping settitllafck and other trifles back late the rtIJ11nIcle shut Its silver lips with a snap and bowing couriruuslx cmicnnml f to restore It Averting her fucc coy Bring It nlmot with her handkerchief she strove to rise and go her way lint the ear stiltt swnycd and stt uox He put j forth a helping hand to lift h to her feel rut slit did not ste it Scrambling uil mill hiding her fare she telredtMgiiln her satchel sod niter looking I never speaking hurried part him 111111I disappeared nt tlitt forward end of hII car leading Mcrram axing hlllnldII fixedly nftertier- Iumit I she IIIrill to you at till I nskrd Ithe hrlthn moment later nilIa Merrlam with a strange dnxed lonhjj on his lace rclurnctl to hiM seat by her t side Im afraid shes dreadfully hurt rut her knee struck the sent nrnt ever so hard t And still Merrinm could not speak What Is IL heady she whispered sifter a moments anxious 5tuilof his face You look so unlike IrHII 5511utli nn effort he pulled hlmnclf to gellicr Did you see her face 1lov dear What was she like I Why al11 n blonde twit4uI only got t n glimpse Itnndyshes n hlolllll with light hair nUll blue ryes She might I he pretty11hy dear11 And the dear J carte so timidly I thought I had seen her beforet but Its Impossible absurd Go on mill teljl mo what Mrs Crafton wrote you Bwcothtoft sever mind the capsizedI blonde just 0tt Hut ho bliunclf could mind noonI clso whon half nn hour later there r dune tripping down the aisle from tit ladles toiletroom n slender graceful ntyllshlydrnpcd figure with such nI Tiullandyprctty girl womnn face n fair sweet blomK with lovely curling hair tho brightest of big blue eyes the rosiest of tiny mouths with glimpses KnowWhite teeth us sin smilingly np proaehcd nnd with infinite grnee heldl out n prettily gloved hand To think that I should have beenl lucre in time to tender my congratula data Wont you present mo to Mrs Mtrrlum And llamlolph jrerrjnm for once IuI1 Ms life wax utterly nt n loss what toI ay or do He could hardly speak lie could 1u uIly lir afhe VFloy ho nun jy sadand his tonn was trnngo nnd cdiathl Is Mrs McLanc of Jfeiv r vjiirj Jtn old acquaintance then turned + ivny as Mrs McLanc ettusi ely i r j or 6 KKr t k orel thtst she fright JrTIil lionwlt+N tho rude n wtWMatlyZHveningtoo carjy for twilight effects yet tho shadows were falling thick on Florence Merrinmtt Avcddlngday before the Kettlng ol the glowing sugy CHAPTER III Two days after tho receipt of the an nouncement of Fnnny liny wards en gagCnicrtt1 to Mr McLnne and n few weeks before the marriage Itandolph Merrlnm had Ileft Fort Sctl wlel in com mend of h detachment of cavalry es- c rtlhg n government survey to the Mescalero range It vrns not his tour Tho detail belonged to Harrison a younger officer who hail been saving up nil winter for n twomonths leave anti n chance to spend his savings at the great exposition at Chicago A relent less colonel would allow him no leave dutydnnd because so ninnyotlcer s go to the fair that It was out of the question art to expect anyone to otTer to take the detail for him The detach ment would he in the Held nt least three months possibly four Harrison consequently was time bluest man nt Sedg wick anti said mutt hard things uLni- ngnvcrnnu11tsurrcysaudnioreImproper thlngst inn could well be recorded here Everybody timid been congratulating Mcrriaiu on till llnnl receipt of what the lawyers didnt scoop of his lit tie leg acy anti for two weeks he had been as happy as Harrison wan miserable Then to the utter anum of everybody just the tiny before It was time for the command to start It was announced tint Harrisons application for leave had gone forward approved and that Mcrriam had asked for and been grant ed the hixnryof a three or four months Jog through the roughest nnd most forbidding of mountain ranges He had even got the colonels permission to go ahead and wait for the detachment at the old nilslon on the Saute Clara and laid started late at night accompanied only by nn orderly People couldnt be llevetheirearsand the post commander secretgeven his wife couldnt coax out of him the cnn rirnerltrS erahlntlocl crank as one of his garrison not sub jeer In court inn rtialI described lMini The adjutant hail to admit tlat irclam had been clrseted with III I1C O nenry half an hour tutu laid I looked Mack nun hIm both but no blacker no bluer when be snare out than when he went in No he did not think that any hair cNc hail complained llof Mirriams nwlnghlininoney He did not think any hotly had had a word to say against htm Tho old MUIII had simply sent for till ad jutant right nfter till interview surd re marked Mr liloftsom you ran toil Mr Harrison he may submit that appli cation tar leave hind Ill forward It ap proved Mr Merrlam has my CHHMMI to take tint escort in his stead Rut hadnt he tod anybody Didnt any holy knowVwere the very nntiirnlqucs lions asked No Merrlams otic Inti mate mid hum In his regiment was hill Whltlaker nnd Hill was away up at Santa Fe at the time n witness before Kfncrnl courtmartini Mcrriam wasn 111111ItrI than apt and Mrs Lawrence Hayne of the Hitlers and Merrlam had had a lou talk with Hayne before calling on the colonel Hut no one who knew cither llnync or his charming wife ewer thought of trying to extract from tihem information an U other peoples al affaire Old lluxton the dragoonni tlll1Inrlll s0rl of a lieutenant cola nel did try to pump the captain hilt wits moat coolly tuna civilly snubbed for his pains Huxton was a man Hayne spoke to except in the most formal way There had been ome trouble between them ever so lung ago when Hayne trims n young sound lieu tenant nnd Hux the senior captain of the th cavalry The softening touch of time had effaced much of the hitter news of that old old story Hayne iii twirl been staUoncd nt the same garri nll with Buxton and found awkward to preserve the rule of nonlntercourxe with a Held oflleer who was frequently in command ro he spoke respectfully and courteously to his senior whenever they met but tin courtesy was as cold and the meetings ns rare ns he could make them Hux however bore no malice as he saidand was quite reply to be magnanimous and forgive Hayne for what had transpired the past but then Huxton not Ilayne had Kcu the offender lucked lluxton was n pacliv arrant on whom snubs had little effect lie believed Hnyne knew why Ierrlnm had asked for ills most undesirable de tall and so importuned him with roger inquiry all to no purpose HnrrUon blissfully went on to Chicago nnd Mer cram out to the Mescalero anti was no more hllnl of or from for several weeks Then the news came that he was se riously 111 with mountain fever at the cantonment on Catamount creek anti Hilt Whittaker was hurtled thither to take over the command In n week thero came n letter from hint to Capt Ilayne and this was what it said I found tho dear old boy conval escing hut woefully limp and weak Tremaine says he was wile as n loon when the luen brought hIm in They nary that ho was burning with fcveifor days and begged him to go to the can tonment for medical attention limit he bade theta road ihcir own builnes1 IRlic1 obstinately stuck tpthe work The t r J 1 gentlemen pfthe sdrv y ooniaw tiat he wasgojng iirShty arid later deilrl ous and they took Jhc responsibility of telling the sergeant he must be sent thither They made a forc and aft lit ter by IflahlngKapllUgs together hitched on n coupjo of paKhmtilcj roped Han dy Inside tHe thing rind made a four tiny march of to Luckily Tremaine hind u capital medical officer and Handy a splendid constitution The fever had lIblg start butOJr Wells and Tre mollies people were utterly devoted to him and putted him through but you never saw such n living skeleton Dr Wells say he will trend rapidly now as lie eats about six sijunre mealsi n day aii7l fa hungry between times Mrs Tremaine nursed him like n mother Hcav6n bless her nail now Miss Florence rends to him by the hourAnd at this point In Whit takers In nocent missive Mrs Hayne who was clinging to her husbands flYm and reading with him suddenly looked up In his face and sold Oh Lawrence wouldnt that be almost Ideal Floy Tremalne as she was called In the regiment was nn only child born anti reared in the fillers Two year of her life had been spent in the east at school but with that exception it had known no companionship or association outside the garrison that was the tern porary home of her fathers company An open uir joyous healthful life it was admirable for nerves arteries mind digestion yet destructive to complex ion for nt 15 Floy Tremaine was nil brown as a Navajo when they took her to St Annes to school where she was promptly dubbed the Squaw The lust SixI months there despite the fact Ithat her mother was near at hand tool n good deal of heart out of Florence and some of the prairie tan from her faee Her big soft brown eyes grew even more eloquent and pathetic and her pretty mouth gained some wist fill lines abinit Its sensitive corners She did nut take to city girls nor did they to her until her father came In on leave und noting the change In his precious child took counsel with an old Manhattan friend ordered n swell tiding costume forthwith and bode her join the class at Diekels acad lilynot that she needed trnchirg to rile hilt the exercise and open air to be hall III the dally demure canter In tit park One or two of the girls were quite dashing horsewomen and cxcitid I tie tiny anil admiration of their class mates Iby the ease with whhh they took the conventional leaps nt the hurries nil bar and when one of thrum Hushed with triumph after receiving U IJ Florence reacts to him by tho hour the compliments of the Master reined up betide our silent Florence on a rainy afternoon when their ride hind to be had within doors and rather patronizingly 1 queried Ah dont you do something of this sortout on the plains Miss TremaineV Florence reddened n bit and sold The clrildren do EOUIA tlines which led to prompt inquiry as to her moaning land the explanation that the cavalry horses and eVen the Indian pnnks would take such ohstnlllsIIn their stride anti hardly I leap at all Asked to lillustrate she put her bay at the hurdles clearing them like a blvd then turning to Miss De Ituyter she said You noticed even this horse hardly hnJ to spring Sot if Mr DIckel will lit me have the bar a foot higher 1 can show you where he lugs to exert himself n hltt timid she did und no other one of the girls dared nthnipt it Then she asked to have her saddle removed and rode her horse over the hurdles bareback and when he was going at nn easy canter about the ring amazed the class by leaping lightly off and on again her slim strung young hands grasping the mane yet never dragging upon the rein This made her envied but hardly enviable for the erstwhile champions of the school gave It out that she had been n child wonder In some farwestern circus It wasnt until Fins second year at St Antics that she began to land either friends or appreciation there When site left nt tilt close of that see ond year there was one set at least among whose members she was well nigh worshiped She had not finished the course She needed at least one more year said the teachers but it couldnt be Tremnlnc had listened to savingsIngave dividends galore and thensave out There could be no separate es tablishment maintained on the pay of n captain of infantry who was keeping up a heavy life insurance Florence and her mother were recalled to the Killers CIlon1omI J 1 o a r to go to ilic cantonment on the Cato mount rclierhjg with his company a like force that hud been there In exile over n year People at regimental head quarters thought It absolutely heart less In him to tnke Mrs Tremaine and dear Florence to such n desert so near the Navajos to thcirorth and so ex posed fo danger from predatory hand of Apaches from across the Arizona line But iieitherMrsTrcmnine nor Florence1 shored their views Ploywas to have her books her birds her horse her mother could direct her reading and as for companionship there was Mrs Lee the wife of their first lieutenant tj she was barely 25 and n charming young matron and Jimmy Crofton their junior sub was engaged and wouldI soon bring his bride out to join She didnt doubt tint they would have a perfectly lovely time hunting llshlng exploring III the mountains and rid ing races down the Catamount Flor dices face would glow with etitlmsl nsm It would become transfigured radiant yes almost prettysaid some of the Indiesso proud did she seem to feel nt sharing her fathers lot So though few agreed that Florence was ryassa trump n fond and dutiful daughter a sweet sunnynatured child who wouldI make a lovely wonton and wife one of these days Only said Mrs Ilayne with a world of tenderness In her tone only I hope It may be the right man Girls with those big brown eyes loveso deeply The cantonment turned out to be something1 of an Eden as an army post Four companies had once been stn tinned there so there was lots of room hot after the last lot of Apache ma rmiders hind been translated to the shores of till Atlantic matters aborig inal quieted down In Aiiona and west ern New Mexico The cavalry were needed elsewhere and could not easily be supplied at so Isolated n post so tIlt two troops were marched back to tIll volley of the lira vo and then soon after Tremaine moved thither it was decidedI to recall one of the two infantry cons mantis maintained there that sent dipt Thompson hack to headquarters mend left only the Trcnmiucs the Lees IoflOlIsl1IIIIIIlIXdetached service mufti this was commissioned widely left Catamount when Inndy Merrinm borne lni litter delirious mail wearing the willow for Funny MeLane was brought in to be nursed and coddled hack TO health rain tau Trcniaire made r tidy for him a big airy room under hits own TOOL Not for sixI weeks wan Handy node to rde again tutu states have been lost tnil won in less There is little need of dwelling on the progressive stagea oft h unpremeditated siege Hilly Whit tiiker got there comparatively early in the 1game when convalescence had jiut bgun to be assured when Florence shy and soft of voice was just hegira ling the daily readings aloud to her pa tient readings which as such Lego soon to shorten though reader and nil dience remained long aul longer in each others presence Hy and by the book was but a superfluity Itlaytai opened In her lap as slit at with downcast eyes maid Hushing chocks lie side the hammock wherein her hero hpa bent lay and the anous mother noted how little by little the girls soft sil very tones would become hushed how iris voice deep nml strong again yet tender and subdued would take up tin thread of some old old story and one day In alarm she tied to her husbanda study for Florence was weeping In her roost l110 not interfere by look or word sold that wise man He will he well enough to rejoin his fellows in the field next week iud theyll soon get over it If they dont they cart get married That will put mi end to it Jut think persisted his bettor half Its Florence Im troubled about Its she who tray not soot get over it Hers Ilf a deep Rut here the captain arose and amazed his wife by taking liar In his arms and speaking with a choking sob in his voice Dont talk of It Dot he said Im the one to blame I Never thought of Hrownle ns anything but a child until three days ago Ive been praying you wouldnt see itthnt thered he nothing more to see but and hero the gray stubble about the captains mouth be gnu to twitch nod work convulsively md he had to stop TO nn CONTINUED A Qnallllril Juror You look troubled said a SL Louis man to a neighbor I 11111 bothered about that boy of mineWhats the matter with hlrnt He Is so stupid he cmnt learn to read and write and doesnt seem to have good sense What will become of him when he grows up I wouldnt worry about him lie Will be nil right He will have a steady job on juries at S2 a day Thats more than many n bright young mnn ca- nearnN Y World Turd to It Vnn Gabbler I see the fashion IIs coming In again for ladles to wear ear tIhlnethatTfIllts ftt 0- fa- tf s1 K I PERSONAL AND IbIPERSO 1 The emperor of Japan hUetvj- couraging horse racing at Tokio k tViJtofaIiollSs 0 II Arosln nreboardUeutHobsonreCentlslluln oftyoungPrlilce Philip of HohenioheSchu J pteseattchancellornd + admission In tint Heuedictlne mono tery ofSecknu In Stnyrla where he zloty is plain Brother Constantine meetingthetotlllnudlelll come from Ceylon He rose anti said frotqCeylonn WanisA Newburg N Y man diet recent ly and the contents of his cottage teref appraised nt ten dollars first hut fur a titer search showed bills of various df nominations tucked away In all sorts of odd corners In one place mice has Ing made n nest of the value of about t 100 Russell Sage the New York million nire Is connected with 27 corpora lions in which there are 43 railroads He is the only living original director nndtillAvenue bunk He has stood a cash run on himself in hard times of 000000 in one day A Polish Jew was arrested in San Francisco the other day rul when taken to the city prison his condition bythlVat go in de voter hlnslHdlYtI longisLands alignedI Upward he answered i eves vas arrested before MADE DEAF BY A SHELL 1I1lllulltlllhlI TliU rlvntiat inn IIIKII nut Dtil Not lilt turn Private Harber of Holyok I Mass a member of company H Twentyfirst tnited States infantry has been deaf cued fur his lifetime by the biirstlngof frstdaysInt recruit of three months ai was in litdlnws division in the advance on Kl Canty All day lung he wa nt those points where the brittle raged the worst and limit in the afterin oii he fell under tit fierce fire of shell and shrap nel train the Spanish lire Hut strangely enough when lit tral brought into the field hospital In the evening nut a mark or a scratch of any kind was found upon him Stranger still he was unable to understand a single sentence addressed to him by the surgeons At last it occurred to themF to musk their questions in writing These he answered readily enough Ills speech had tint been affected in the least hilt he hind been M dazed that all his talk was rambling and discon nected The clearest deduction that the surgeons could get front his story was IhlltUa bomb of some kintlas he expressed it hind burst over h his head and he knew no more till he found himself in the field hospital The morn ing following the tight he disappeared hind when the litter hearers and wapons lined up to take the wounded to the brigade hispital six mIlls to the rear e he was among the missing Two or three days after he turned up at Siboney down by the sea nearly 20 1 milts back from the battle line as the bridle paths run He had been given 1hati and met his death at the hands of the i Spanish sharpshooters He made no explanation ot his absence and walked about for days like one bereft of reaii sun i On the 14th he arrived nt For Mon 1 rot on the Cherokee A careful ttest and examination by11e surgeons brought then to the conclusion drat ai he is stone dent beyond any posslbil ity of recovery And so Harber poor fellow strolls about the hospital wards o unable conversation f to listen to the Ills comrades or to appreciate the music jlhe loved so well of the regimental band amid to those who know of his affliction Ills It strange sight to see his lint COlll iff with the thousands of others nt the I music of the national air as retreat 4 sounds in the twilight of these autumn nights Hoston Advertiser Should llnve Improved Ills dories t Yes sir to said the talkativeI I veter r in take the war all throughI l Was j In 19 battles und most of them were j pretty hot tights for altogether tea balls were shot into DIetCould you run better asked nn inquisitive listener i Hun sir Run What do Tort the old soldier J giUXothlngiiiehlnery usually runs better machinery which isnt ballbearing Up to DateThe j tlKMautlDoworld loves u lover t met JifltherChlcago TcTr t T I f I t q i LLITTLENONSENSE R 1 iUle rugbt SchoolIWho bunt tuezcanalT Nobody sir JUt I was dugChicnd I built g It k De really so jealousI Why- e h jealous of himself since sott- old y et him JUntrhnon bad made a t der wan of him Cincinnati En i fairer pracIJtihe wost rigid economy Second HlstJUgld economy Great Scott l I ttye been 1Iring within my Income ford bmooth rruthi- o rl wants ter remind dose yen poll sail Uncle t ben dut de t jfctanen ka job oh vliltevnshin1 yoh kin get e cant be guaranteed fob mo don SlurIst tOb plense MII Thrush criedI theI It t iealois hostess addressing tIe ax tlfeJl tenor wont you sing 1 just v late to have the laughing and talking a iliitd inging nil going on at the same rftoel Town Topics t JfPreplrJI1 h till CnseFirst Lnwye r e Each witness gives n different tic r I pleat of the accident Second Taw 1fr Yes if wt put them nil on the tti Jtindi Jhe jury may tliitil our client v JMt with three or four accidents ItI l1ckTboae Loving GlrlsI1ttltnIhln- o Btn are so impudent in this town a Eterv time I go out for a walk some I I iitilcmt net tinily try to follow me i ir lattlercs I nntiiu you always 1d1U a veil when you go outChicnl- i q jo Daily News LOTS OF LIZARDS AND SNAKES ISiorlnns hutted In TnNtiiaiiln Tin is s CiimliIn TIIlIInlllabtr1nbtoUIHI every Minning s jjamselvps on the tree trunksI crawl I thtI= I il1gIeslic They ite mostly quick Ilively little flows titbbrimn sK us diversified with black m ryes as luigbt as diamonds Thent LIhere are the liloodsuckcrs ashy pay Iians stit11i irregular black math lip ujiAn the had and covered with W projectIn us most people are 11lbernfrnitf of them anti they dnlol- littrllerodoll when iitinoyed for they r stn their tiiutlis with a gape like II If treckotlile Ii if it would give rheas Ttat pleasure to wallow us whole I Tit death jcder is another lizard n tat grown to a good size find is very I fftttily marked it is miieli dreaded in iee fc bush for its supposed poisonous Ie Forties nid the most dreadful tale I 11 ft told of its envenomed attacks j ilProLJhl the iiitn has arisen througli t 4etnokelike appearance of this situ I inas it glxcs through the herbage to jboilj beiig very long and slender y adtlie legs omparativeiyt short t rTbe largest nf all our lizards how a tr is the liluetifngned a stout to a yetandm f y rh given to lying about the hush 1s and tracks asleep in the sun intenout tan often step over him even It norebiek without disturbing his g ubers TMs heaviness of dlsposi It ajhnRearutn rIll our stolid friend an 1 IIZIIIIIlileI1e up stutlpsdJ IIzHntflll4I1J s J ilk np goanner a corruption ivi 1P- is ell of iguana to which fapiily e tverlifltirsnoresemblance bring r stoutdblnetonguedi7aid1 11 JtTlllqtm nigrolutea of nntllrull- slsOftril good treatment at the hands in to the bltklliiilllt on account of one very umulif1 1 Ie titnunel to its great antipathy to le u In Tasmania It takes the place 10bot noted cobra destroyer the In d mongoose and illadapted as it a1 IS1Idnt first appear to encounter suchI jJ yet it getierally comes nff the vie 1 y st 1rr pole just now of the heavy itsM0ikj dispositionI of our hlnck and yel FIta ih g snake heave into sight and all is- U rlgttl1 sleepiness disappears as Is W magna nod every nerve seems on df Mert1 every siiiHv toughened to lc the enemy this bitter has lI-d 111 IIUtko s F straight depart but his assail aswars the Wily and forces uu cn- 1I aterfe Then quick as lightning the t ninkCs a dart but our friend a whI I practiced skill and gets 1Uttc himself So they go on darts r 1 Sllllpplllgtbgetting Is J01 lt all the time and soon exjag re uuinistakable signs of being a JgonnncrVJj twists the snake over mill givesa coup dp gruel under the chin Inkrhead het veer this strong jaws aIf luetongned relish hero hlglnH with- In 1 1E2 foeJt1clnga1 dUrlllg the fight soon thisf- liti the Whole scaly length and nnotherhltae the victor retiressbttter of a hollow log to Hlecpr ttJMII1SttJattD v In II- 1t II t y e f- I + ht tq 2 TEE RUSH FOR GOLD The From the Times Jlluffe nir3 It tlloKlondikeofortinlnengirdled the continent the time when triO ofetonexperiences which should be heeded tell some nseekers Of today by gold Constant exposure and nearly all diet the killed survivont large were numbers amieted while with t1iScale many of them with rheumtism Such A suflercr was Adam angundy who now reo atBluffs hehasjustice of the peace and was thoI first presi dent of the oftI had been n sufferer of rheumatism for a number of years and the pain al times was very intense 1 tried all the proprietary medicines 1 knew of out received no relief I finally placed my case with several physicians and doctored with them for some joodllIIllIrDrWiIhams getridtwonIbegan using them about March iSJi After 1 had taken two boxes I wan completely Hired mud the pain her never returned 1 think it is the best inedi clue I have ever taken and am willing at testimonyNttilgi I VAXttUXDVSiilifciihrd 1SD7riAXKIIX1 I IuUlie11riie roBardeil HS a lllllriof the good merits of the e pill+ mill what letter proof coulda person wont tlnui the above tact I CIa le Author What esciuc have you for thus ins my book Critic1 rcaiJ4hrp tu Date To Parr n fold In hue Day Take lixntivrl llmnio 1lIi IIi III TahllioI All ill legists rotund money if it fails locum JV wenr such goodclothesI all the time thatMel cant have a g10t1 tinic AUliisiin iliibe Fortify Feeble Lungs Against Willter with Males llonev ot IIorehau hdcutlIar iikus Toothache liops Cute in one minute The eKMi p of repairing tirtjltllld1llfSiihoiiMJiuJidJeil to our in I V Hullctin p UlIllilIillli fontsi sprat whisky a in ton la Democrat Itniri Cnlnrrli Cure Is a Constitutional tire 19ur3c d Same ifnplenrew IIiiprfid that it amounts to laziness AtcluMii lilube theyhaveThe bestt cnoks are those who eint Iwrys pronouiire correctly the tmniesof the fancy dishes they cook Atehisna Globe When your wtfe was a younir girl the used to paint stilliife pictures very prcttiv Has she IIIIIIO111III her nrcoinpi limrnt sinreV Indeed she has Site ran nib w rook all the things she iiicd to paint Jiicgendc Ulaettcr ComptllrimnAs for thbonutiful pariah she merely iipcreif retihcd neighbors exclaimed ihpy shall yet eoine to IIHI Look I Laic vcilth IIkhan have a teV hone put in my house Ilfa hnl Oh what a power have riches to ecmpcl social recognition Detroit Journal lfistresaishould like to know what liutinitift that policeman has in my kitchen every night in the week t Cook Irasi mum I think hes ui iirimis of tno negett me work or Kcrietliin TitHits Cast mt oirrr1nyint dutiableI Mr IJrowni lIu bandXotliiig lut fa- rknowBoaIm a dutiable husband you ton Transcript llahitCol Ulooilyfietus Ofwl1r trait still cling to him How iHI I dined1 with him last night and he gave the waiter no ciuartcrX Y Journal Living Lp to His Hal itWhv nrcyou Iwavs hirrcvn trcublc there class my Ioonf Ikrniwc its the only tliin left that 1can borrow without lecuritDclrait ree Press t- Oenerallv when people tell you how some body askcl their rilviee It means that they volunteered it Washington la Demo crat We dont rare how good a musician a person if it spins the effect to have to coax too tang tar a crfonnanccWa Wngton In Democrat t Debts said an old philosopher I are Ube silent partners of experience Atchuon Globe aaiauef rtBERO f wonan r care andKidttn Maker 11tnThink 4Cabe nrlth Lonstlptsrll War is pretty bad of course remarked a blulcolte 1 man with a bandage under his coat but I declare in sbmc ways women youWithcamehome howlremyfamilywottlabe thelorecreatures cspKially those nearest to Utgenerally overdo it They didnt believe mv message that I was only slightly wounded so on my arrivalll was noel II U1 wife her mother two maiden aunts and a girl cousin all rallied from the four quartets of Michi ran and adjoining states to nurse me I dont need any nursing worth mentioning breathfnwomenjumpingmv army blanket If 1 wink my wife says mritlcoulnnalhcrpillowfnwake me up to see if I want anything and my mothrtilllnwweJl the dear soul hasnt jat down or been to bed since I came to my nntlthntstoCuhacant stand suchcoddlingit will make a bloated tyrant out of me so it will A man nWAfromI would make n pineW infant out of him in no time Detroit Free Press AVliy Ho IVnM TrntiMnl Jack Come old titan cheer up What if she did break the engagement she a not the j only fish in the swim i lIIIOh II don t care about her breaking the engagement but you see Ive got to ringfiricy bieere comes in Chicago Kvcning News Her i Ilntfori- nI i Ir Willikins Do you believe in annex ationMis i Itidslerth Arthur this is so 1I11 den lint if yon lan gain jrnjws enumit I i t EnlIirrLOllsemi them Mr Short lie lost a1lI1ull1 brella of mine a rem ago Ill stake lint n presentnf it Brooklyn Life I Surea i hirerColdsWhen the children Net their feet wet and take cold give them a hot foot bath a bowl of hot CherryPcctoral The chances arc they will be all right in the morning Con tinuc the Cherry Pectoral n few days until all cough has dis I appeared Old coughs arc also cured j we mean the coughs of bron chitis weak throats and irritable lungs Hven the hard coughs of consumption arc always made easy and frequently cured by the continued use of I Ayers I Cherrg I peCIOral Every doctor knows that wild cherry bark is the best remedy known to medical science for soothing and healing Inflamed throats and lungs s Put ono ot- OflyersPectoral PectoralPlasters overyour lungs The EJest Nmtfloml AdvIcoFraal We now hero lomnof tho mot emS rlTlclsni In ihs Inltcd plaidGent oiportunlll ami IUlIg esperl cncermlnrntlr them lot plvlnc you roedleil ndvlce Write Ireeljr nil IhoII particulars In our fRle Adteb Vrl C AYE Lowell blare For Infants and ChildrenInBears Usd- LTha For Signature Over trI1 Ylar Of p TMa Kind YH Ii a s8T- NcteraVRCaNPNTTralaaATfate 4 0 Meryaari14r I I 1 J f t f + 1 r I A I bM dI co t L mSPIMmMSW 1 TO 1 1i J Neffleotla the Forerunner tJ ryandflJwr r1Dgtr u band Writes btHue Wife d Recovery tlItil tJiJXA v tliifeminlnuorgans tlio sensations resulting frpm them iq only puttia off trouble ttPatbcUo tOrtca t coprt0 hint Finkhatn of IY6iarn jvhon eAglee t his tealtedlaiia serious helpbyDEAR Oats PmXUUIIt affords ma very eeeee- It Illustrated MAP LAOItATOnt 2 fainting shortness brea- thJ choking smothering unnatural color physicians treatment according your directions better pleased tho treatment give permission tho bcneflt MAY BuTciiunw healing strength ningpowcr IinUbams tunic Ills Is GO It needy no argument over twenty years it leas been by women with results truly wonderfuhePinltliam Invites all women an puzzled about their health to w tu her tit Lynn fur advice All such correspondence Is seen by women tjl1 no Ii nude A Million Women Have Been Benefited by Mrs PinkliamsAdvkc Mcilldne PAINTI Your Dlffll WALLSgCEILINGS MURALO WATER COLOR PAINTS For DECORATINGWALLS and CEILINGS I mWol MURALO mjwi clrrlInlIrnnltllrflnrilnn TImntrunllan IIAICIl IK mini wlih nhruI1atutIMIIMa hard m MMril In lout llntnd1 kmiuaiyc wilW hrnhlurh wulrr tuiICtULOIctAItnsandyuII yi hiix1 nintir ni I uiti Imniilroicrn L of THE MURALO COMPANY 8 NEW M M MrN 5 1 H IMM N M NN I IWHERE DIRT RULES LATHERS USE SAPOLIOll SS S S- oeee eeeeeemeeeeeee Whats the i Matter with- KANSAS e 1 KANSAS OWNS elm round numbers o 900000 horses and mutes 530000 ll miifh ccws 1 tOO Woo other cattle 2400000 swire and 225 COO sheep ITS FARM PRODUCTS IhlOm in a elude of corn Ill t0 000000 tf wheat and mil cans upon of dollars In value other crams fruits vegetables etc In debts alone It has a shortage Send lilt free ccpv of What s the Matter with new bock cf 9b paes tf facts Cftfftl rtnmtt OBct S Th lULUo i kola ft allefr t urto eOeee9ee0eOCeoeeeee eee F EFEEEtrk rtrGti t t WW 13Pc- gcw j Catalogue dcscrlb i y lag all of the famous 5 WINCHESTER GUNS- WINCHESTERNAMMUNITION o n tb W- Jj sent free to Send your Jw name on a postal to MW WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO T th 180 Wlnchutar Avc New nann Ct I 111 4 UNITED STATES WALL mapFREEt t SretiUlnpo UcU par for nod trans portation I8 KU8TI8 On ral Paa ntrAceD 0 iia Q n CLIeaoo III OLD SORES CURED Allen Ulcerlne Ii the only urcure la the world fur lhronie Ulcer Ilona 111I rr NerofnlniiB Vlcrr Varicose WfclM Hwclllnar sore and all Old sure It never folia Draws out all esponeend- unrring Cur fIrmnnflnlJrlbltaalYo fot 1IlIa Curhunelca Pllei NuullKlicnra msllallrtlegprtxoCO RU Paul M Ian M 1141 Ay Urunlata JJ 0ASTHMAftro br Trial ln e FreeOu mnlete0otnthytndllUe W WJacksun iHChlulO- oTcislIl FIIHTAOKLE atllroarllnrnv u- INsslele Ceinpl MinW MLrYju llaltInWllfea1M11TL it t A f + r teA bolleamyand good advko For threo years her trigblo spells oJ anti spells bloat- Ing dyepeptlo I scanty nnd of an Bho had bct treated y witli but Uttlo Sho has taken your to anti is In every way I am wen V with result of your v and you S to VBO my letter f for of others CHAS II audMrs Fort Meyer Va Tho nod of Lydta tt- B Veiretablo Compound lor all fo established that For ucd tlmturo Mrs 1 who wrlto Mast only cbargo i I ll1i411III rniiint Iwrnlj ISrndnNluiiiint Iir tin ism way 111111111 NEW IIF1IQIUON 1 YORK S5 N I t 0 150000000 bushels bushels mlllioni tf KaasaOa Tpta EEi w any address card T IA of pecking Il Nairn 1 Ulrern Fever polionHae l nurtiiCnla Pa OWN 1ffl S9 iI- t fkr ular benefit well Mothers and Children who require print ilrrMrs for hums winr want kul luiillnl poets that will nut fmlo our hart the cliraii nlrnIIl1rAIIIOforlllnAr1l nII t iifnr tlmr ore wiuliid Art yur 1 rtfalrr tilt KluiimonV rrliitu file limo VllllBin Hlinpnon A Hon on any talirlc IK n IIlIlUlllllfIr the hlvhPit Mnnitnril unrt ebuluielyrestJ 2 =lcrfcllIiF o LIVESTOCK CUTS W will furnuU dupllcala tltLVJIJ aaxccsc fSVm ornnr otier utebownInapsanon nook at or Lfow quoted prices for seals t NKellogg Hew ap Co I jirrlrutxpfrt and atrrrn Tprr 335 W Fifth St VIXCl ATII UKADKItS OF TIliB PAPKIl DKSIIIINO TO IIUY ANYTJIINO ADVKIITlHKn IN ITS COLUMNS ti HIIOUM INSIST UPON HAVING WIIAT TIIKY ASIC lOll HKKIJ8INO r AII BLIWTITUTWJ OH IMITATIONS 3 The Best UUUK thne WAR bound amitnatnoudyllhUrsledDu51rrtoanybodIsendta OAnnu aublltrlJton lleschto Ja Oyorlanli ieuftt1HyNAS 1UAIC1yOO awptcOyerland a a DRPSYNCWDISCOYBRYIVITwbend a Mt MCkt Vrce Brlt llOKMM1tMMiUwt r bark ugfi yru r aua Cifr4iIlnmoa Fold1 r f ft AN h =11 d 1 1 i727 r jr nr WItxN MbuelwNluwy tt 4i me Ftleatl IIs1 fIIiMtft a T er I4 wti 4- MlYIlarMlerilNW aflr rf H 110J j JtoI t r f VlV a f Y rT- r t- a dit7 f- A r V r F Jl TI HE HERALD Irana Cttru Utter i HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY October 27 1898 I FOR GOVERNOR PAT HARDIN OF HAURODSBURO l T DEMOCRATIC TICKET I o r FOR CONGRESSlOru DISTRICT ion is Y FitzDatriok OF FLOYD COUNTY WANTEDA rUINTEK I am not mode ot moneytJTil not a printer luck But I can give A job to one Also his bed and chuck- I do not menu his Puywill be Naught but n bed nud hash For well I know n typo needs At times n little cash Winter now is coming on And n cosy place to nap Seasoned with n little cash Is for some allround a snnp SlKNCKU COOIKR Hazel Green Ky Oct 27 POLITICAL POTPOURIIII So far as tho grunt majority of i American pooplo nro concerned tho work of tho commission wns ended before it had begun The host way it cnn tako now to avoid further occasion for scandal and adverse criticism is to say that it has oxn nminod several distinguished wit nesses who agree Hint there is really nothing to investigate and adjourn Congroen when it montH t in December or if not this con J 1Jgross tthan tho noxt which will 11q probably havo to bo convened in March nay ho depended upon to do tho rest Haltimoro SUIIIi1 It is rather a striking coinci donco that just us the blessings ofII protection and the single goldtl standard are boing preached the loudest Iby administration orators of Hovon minors should bo shot doad a in their tracks and IS wounded byfl Pinkorton detectives simply as the result1 of tho fact that coal operators would not pay living wages and sought to displace the strikers with ignorant colored laborers mostly oxconvicts from Alabama l Marion 0 Mirror c The war department under this administration seems to bo run for tho syndicates rather than the sold iers For that purposo Algor is certainly tho right man to head it There may ho a great big blot upont his record as a soldier but ho has certainly always boon loyal to 1hot syndicates and the popular idea of Hooker is that ho is tho right man to be at tho secretarys 01 bowf I The election of a Democratic majority in tho noxt congress would bo n great misfortune indeed to the trusts to tho railroad wreck I ors to tho llaud grabbers and tot tho bankers who aro expecting tot destroy all greenbacks and other I fornis of government money anti take upon themselves the wholo duty of issuing currency for the people Znnosvillo Signal With corn at 18 cents wool with f no market at all and wheat at a1 i most tho 60 cent notch tho pros perous farmers aro not so sure they can moot expenses voting for sound mono and tho national honor Champaign Times V We have tried tho road toward s tho single gold standard for BO many yoars and on that road uoth it ing but closer times and more fro t quent panics havo awaited ui Are f r 1fi fIi a t- Y I you not ready to return to Bound and well tried bimetallism the double standard of our fathers 1 Richmond Ind Sun and Telegram 0 Lot tho laboring mon remember when thoy go to the polls November 8 that two years ago tho Re publicans promised them plenty of work and good wages Watseki Ill Democrat If strikes can be said to be a gauge or criterioq of prosperity tho state of Illinois is having an indisputa ble evidence of such prosperity However tho striking minor at Pa na who worked 10 hours a day for 80 cents will dispute tho arrival of tho advance agent so far as ho is concerned Salinas Cal Journal In New York Ponnsylvania0hi Illinois tho big Republican politicians entirely relieve tho people from any responsibility in mutters of politics When the people worn trusted they made so marry blunders that the experiment will never bo tried again Thorn is a vein of anarchy in tho people that frightens tho bosses Columbui PressPost TIKE following letter is now pub lishod for the First time for reasons that will bo made apparent from its perusal anti printed now only as n reminder of Gen Hardine valiant services when our political battles have been the hottest And apropos when did Mr Goobel byword or deed over do this section service llAltuOKHiiuno KY Sept 29 1608 Mil SlKNCKIt CooiKli hazel Green Ky My Dear Sir I have been absent Rome weeks and on in return received an issue ofTiiK llKKAli Accept my sincere thanks for the kind things said in my behalf It is indeed gratifying to feel that the groat popular heart of tho Democracy is with me anti it is especially so to know that torn Kentucky remembers that in the last twenty years I hove responded to their call for help opener than nil other public combined As you say I do not believe Kentucky synonim for ehivaliic independence and fiirnofts is ready to cringe to the lash a boss or slavishly obey the dictation of machine I have received many letters mon I do not even know snying that the fight against me is covertly a light against the cause and that I OWl it to myself anti the party to run again I will nn nounce soon and begin the fight in earnest This however is confidential as my idea has been to keep in the background and let my friends do the talking until I made my loriunl announcement Again I thank you and will remember you gratefully I hope to see anti confer with you before the taco ii ended Your friend P W IlAtunN SHOULD Mr Goobol succeed in securing the Democratic nomination for governor TUB HKUAID by reason of its fealty to party in anti its faith in the principles of tho platform as promul gated at Chicago will support him election Hut believing that his candidacy is in the interest of the bbssos tbo classes against the masses we shall upon all and ovary occasion that offers oppose his nomination anti pin our faith the flag of Gon PWat Hardin hero of 00 Wo believe that his election would bo in the inter est of till poor man and tho farmer Doing of the former clues and dependent upon the terror for our support any other outgo for us would seem suicidal Gen Hardin formally announced his candidacy in n magnificent speech at Shelby villo and wo this week hoist his namo at the head of our columnsr THERE is less enthusiasm about tho present election than any one within our recollection Democrats oonln to bo relying solely upon tho Goobol bill and tho Republicans apparently think that by reason of that same bill they will secure certificates of election and that a t- t c 1 ot I 1j r- or I Republican house will admit them to seats Not only is it lto in this district but a like state of affairs seems to provail throughout the state Democrats of the Tenth district go to work DEMOCRATS what are you doing in the interest of Mr Fitzpotricks election In less than two weeks the battle of the ballots will bo fought and it behooves you to be up and doing Every Democrat and every doubtful voter in each precinctjihould be polled at once if it has not been done Time is short and what is to bo done must bo done quickly Tills may bp of no significance but it is nevertheless a fact that the Louisville Dispatch published Mr Goobels speech announcing his candidacy and failed to trent Gon Hardin with like courtesy As tho Dispatch is tho only metropolitan daily exponent of the principles enunciated at Chicago this indicates that that paper is published in tho interest of the classes Indeed wo of tho country press have long suspected that Mr Goobol and Mr Enloe uso tho same quilland that they are trying to bulldoze tho rank and file of tho party and relegate us rural roosters who dare to crow n bit I How is it Gussio Your answer will be taken as Bills Valuable Property For Salo Residonco in Winchester 11 rooms lot 00x210 in best part of town stable C Magnificent property Price 5500 Address or cull on T 11 Morrow Winches ter or Jackson A Texas ranchman sold his calf crop last week for 85000 Cat tlo are very high in tho West and stock mon say high prices will prevail for a groat while The stock yards at Kansas City handle about 15000 head daily the year round FOR 1 WATCHESGOOD at 350B- ETTER ONES at 600 AND UriVAKUS And Watch Repairing OOTO FRED J HEINTZ 135 K Main I LEXINGTON KY Q i 1indte f t Jlm t i WINCHESTER KY N fl WITIIERSPOON President RD I1UNTEItCashie Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000T- his Bank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its customers facility and limitsIcgitlmatebankinge T 01 J TAYLOR DAY Wholesale and Retail dealer in General Merchandise Lumberp Real Estate c FnirItheFarmors RH BRYAN SALESMAN FOR Pearson do Clark WHOLESALE + CROCERS I I LEXINGTON Ky i I ri GO TO LEXINGT0IFYOU next week or any other week t ASK FOR 4 OO 51 00I rvtrflZ JO OO CUTPRICE sUITsH They sre GreatValuesl t and Beau tLi i ATE- Louis Gus Struusj LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY I DMtr THE GREAT NATIONALFAMYLY I FAMYLYNEWSPAPER And your favorite home paper TNENftiEl OREENE99LI Both One Year for Only Sl0Q jfj THE N Y WEEKLY TRIBUNE hns nn Agricultural Department of the bljWt I I merit nil important news of the Nation ut World comprehensive and reliable market reports able editorials interesting ihortrt rics scientific and mechanical information illustrated fashion articles humorous plti tires and is instructive and entertaining to every member of every family Pi gives you all the local news Political and social cep T H E H E R Lk L U you in close touch with your neighbors and Mends Os the farm and in the village informs you as to local prices for farm products the cock tion of crops and prospects for the year and is a bright newsy welcome nUll indlI sable weekly visitor at your home and fireside BTSend all orders to THE HERALD 2 t m I Q mlli1t fgy eXtNGtrrQrr =IJtj trQ EagineeriatCivili and Chemical Classics nnd Pedagogy each of which lends to a degree jjiTwentyeiSht Professors and assistants Laborntoies and museums largedot i j equipped County appointees receive free tuition matriculation g and room rent Traveling expenses also given to appointees who remain theilt collegiate yearJhoard in per families 250 to 3 t form hooks Dndwnshing nerd inrrivatc yearFallSeptemberPreliminary 1 SeptemberFor i torJAMES K PATTERSON Ph Df LL D presidents DAY AND SWANGO SPRmG 1 r Ja TAYLOR DAY PROPRIETOR fJ OPEN 0O THE WORIdJf1f1 4r Dont get possession of Swango Springs until Je riueet4 rJ IJ88but will buy and keep some on tap free lor all PARK HOTEL TORRENT KY Permanently eared by using DR WHITEHALLS RHEUMATIC CURE The WS3EQRIIIINEi Ir- f f r T g IT TTTTzTt Biliousness1 elIINJItT lnr Tealollow dUxlnesa hea- daefcvHoods nervousness and i IIiI IC MM lUaIu1Ato conStteSeoalJ plus to take with Boos sanapar- lllsIHE HERALD Old papers 20c a hundred J i sloe Lillie Evans Ileft Tuesday morn i log for Torrent Dr S B KaaU and wife are visiting I jo Mt Sterling A Mr Tevolt was registered at the J t Day House Tuesday night Curt Quicksull made a flying visit to the old folks at home Sunday j I l Mrs Ellen Swango visited her Si and mother near Ezel Sunday John Evans returned Monday from a trip to Louisville and Cincinnati Born Oct 26 to the wife of Newton a Maloney a boyAdmiral Simpson Kash E 0 Amoi the dry goods drummer was a guest of the Day House Tuesday F night Edgar Jones our handsome deputy postmaster visited his father and mother Sunday f Chestnuts have beets selling here at 5 cents a quart and the supply is fully up j to the demand JiWantedi Ji beaus in payment of one years subscrip f tion to TUB HERALD Frank Duke will please accept our thanks for a royal dish of delicacies and l be assured of their enjoyment rJOurcorrespondents are again remind tcd that we can not publish tributes of as respect or 1II IIIUt pay IThe school report from Salem reached of us too late for publication this week l But it will appear in next weeks paper at JR Any person desiring to buy some first householdand furniturekitchen can get- a bargain by application to this office I John Staffer the expert miller who I t was here several weeks repairing the Hazel Green roller mills left Sunday for otICincinnati aJullge LiIIwho tamo here with his to I rwife ard daughter a few weeks since with the view of locating left Tuesday Ifmorning for TorrenthTHINK about your health Do not illIyour blood Take Hoods Sarsaparilla now and keep yourself WELL J Willie Pieratt returned from Torrent Monday He has accepted an agency with F A Lyon Jr anti will write fire policies for people in this vicinity Mrs Henry L Godsey who has been j visiting Mrs W II Harris for several weeks will leave Sunday for her home in a 1 Washington City Danville Advocate H 1 Taylor Johnson qn Friday last sold to doj J B Hollon a pair of red bull calves four months old for 2riO cash and Monk thinks they are best in Wolfeso soCountyOld fashions in dress may be revived but no oldfashioned medicine can replace of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by J ray J Jor Day John D Rose Jr who shot nnd killed t Thompson Phipps on Sunday Oct 16th was arraigned for trial on Thursday last when he waived examination and was t admitted to bail in the sum of 3000 IIDrj here since Monday and done some work ihas for blIor tomorrow if you wish to consul him as his stay is limited to Saturday You will find him a firstclass dentist and his charges quite reasonablePI andcloselyhealthy with Hoods ILafterdinnerplusgEandno prov you b FieI i I Y r YIPPED AWAY Show ere heartTowoeOrtearForTo lifeThough loadToronghInto luHismar Until he sees the brightest beams Of sympathys purest star Twas in a book I read of one The only one below Who to a brother or a friend Compassion eer JId show The fleeting goneAndskippedAWRYGreenSAM WILSONlintel Three Doctors in Consultation From Benjamin Franklin bestIsdace what tobeI relUiOnIIntheyou nation toholdgiverWhen you have a bad cold Dr Inclina tion would recommend Chamberlain Cough Remedy because it is pleasant and safe to take Dr Experience would re commend it because it never fails to effect speedy and permanent cure Dr Rea son would recommend it because it is prepared on scientific principles and nets on natures plan in relieving the lungs opening the secretions and rt storing the system to a natural and healthy coast lion For sale by J Taylor Day Sweat Potatos at 25 Cents a Barrel fruntaltimore10 teats a peck for every sweet potato used by him Selling as they are at for 25 cents a barrel thin looks as sumo one iis recline n nice profit out of supplyisprice at which the farmer is selling his crop is due surely to bard management somewhere Accomnc Ya Enterprise The above is reproduced front the paper published at our old home and where they raise hundreds of acres of sweet potatoes but we doubt if they grow any large as thoe produced by either Jell Rose or Oscar Cecil of this yicinity both whom claim the championship The latter gentleman last week presented Ins with two that weighed 1J pound and the wind up of the fair MrI Rose pre rented us with three of the eight which were awarded the premium though not quite so large Mr Cecil however had none on exhibition They sell here at 50 cents a bushel How to Prevent Croup We have two children who arc subject attacks of croup Whenever an at tack is coming on my wife gives them Chamberlaind Cough Remedy and it always prevents the attack It is n mouse old necessity in this county and no matter what sloe we run out of it would not do to be without Chamberlains Cough Remedy More of it is sold here than all other cough medicines combined M NICKLE of Sickle Bros mer chants Nickleville Pa For sale by J Taylor Day The Best Fruit Trees to flay Our farmer friends who desire to plant orchards should secure the best varieties and to do this it is necessary to dealwith reliable nurser man Such a man is F Hillenmeyer Lexington Kyswine willnot only furnish you the best but so at a reasonable price as he has no agents commissions to pay In this con nection we note that n gentleman in the uthern part of the state a short time nce dug up an orchard of several acres bccnuso the trees which he had bought some Northern nursery proved at bearing time in be worthless oust not PS represented When you buy of Hillen meyer you avoid all such trouble Write him for catalogue Coughed 25 Years- I suffered for 25 years with a cough and spent hundreds of dollars with doc tori oust for medicine to no avail until I Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey This remedy makes weak lungH strong It saved my lifeJ B Russell Grants III Send to tho Power Laandry Send your laundry to the Winchester Laundry the best In the elute- D B Litternl is agent at Hazel Green will call fur and deliver gouda In Hrf will alw forward all packa sent in from the country 27tf Bring your printing to this office when want tho best at the llowest price I V 1 M 7 I Deafaass Oauet Bi Cm by local applications as they CABBOI reach the diseased portions of the Mr- TherA is enly one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness Is caused ban inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the getsInflamedimperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and un less tho Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to HA normal coo dition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by ca tnrrhwhich is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any ca cof deafness caused by catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure Scud for circulars free F J CHKXEY A Co Toledo 0 Sold by druggists iGo Halls Family Pills are tine best Quarterly Mooting IrIne quarterly meeting of tho hazel Green charge of tine M E church south will be held here on Saturday and Sun day next Oct 29th and 30th Presiding Elder W B Ragau will preach at its in and 7 p mon both days Lung IrritationIis the fork rnnnet to consumption Dr Bells Piue Tar Honey will cure it and give such strength to the lungs that a coughor a cold will not settle there 25 cents at all good druggist Sonil Em In Earlier A political communication in the interest of Hon Than T Fitzpatrickre ceived Monday evening when more than half this iissue was in type is crowded out Anything but county correspon deuce Kcal news etc iniculcd for publication hhould reach us not later than Saturday before issue Dr Miles Heart Cure Cures a Prominent Attorney MI II C PHELPS tho Icull1rp n lon d fPItth1rmy of Itulfust N y writes 1 7iui l1schnrod from the nrmy on account of ill health and sUlfured from heart trouble over since I frequently had fainting and smothering spells My form was bunt as a man of 80 I constantly r ore au overcoat oven In summer for fear of taking cold I could not attend to my burll ness My rest was broken by acvcro pains about tho heart and left shoulder Three years ago I commenced using Dr Mlles Heart Cure notwithstanding I had used so much patent medicine anti taken drugs from doctors for years without being helped Dr Miles Heart Cure restored mo to health It Is truly a wonderful medicine and It affords mo much pleasure to recommend this rem edy to everyone Dr Miles Kcraedles i Rr aro sold by all drug I gists under a positive mllOO guarantee first bottle rLtQflC1 RestorefundedfrOfth ease3 of the heart ands 4 nerves free AddressI DIt MILES MEDICAL CO Elkhart Ind FRUITS FLOWERS SHADE Tne BIueGRss Nurseries I tt less Everything for Orohard Lawn and Garden Fruits and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Vinos Small Fruits Rhubard Aspargus and all stock grown in Nurseries Pikes reasonable as wo employ no agents applicationtionH F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY PHONU 278TE5 SILAS B KASH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Office nt residence and calls answered at all hour Obstetrics specialty OLLIX A JLU- JUATTORNEYntLAW R HAZEL GREEN KY Will practice In the court of Wolfe and the adjoining counties and attend promptly to all collections entrusted to kit I I r- r j r tuiINil ia I Y ANX 1 FEED STABLES J9Y I Jleat1erttetlandcoming a who May desire horses pastured for a few days or week can have tb best pasture at reasonable rates t LIVERY STABLES E you pay you you money Also tho convenience and acoea tho at Green and Park Hotel I opened nearby two lnl stables where I will keep horses and hacks for hire all tiMes l tt vehicle meet at McCausoy and have nay a saddle horse promptly- I will also hnvo a hIll supply hackstfor hire to which will Iii of drivers and for which they can contract by tho dny for any length of F time wl Intending to visit Day and Swango will met either McCnuscy or Toricnt with team and driver nod I will hnvo pleasure ship ping water for them whenever Day and Switngo water resin and free on ice and tap fur guests at L Park Hotel J TAYLOR DAY RE TO M N 4OQIr1 PILLS M0ut11I1Moms I J rrn rtnisMsmirimsMsian iMMranrs 4 V UK Brent remixlr rornwrroun prottrnllon nnt1 nil nerTOtii rtlfptttfspr + s lire1 UutKnporutjTonivatiSjDf olUiortox It nsNervouelJostrnlltntbhll 4 alnqatencyNlpbtlrmlrelunetoutthrulNrntnJlrntnlttnrr VWlU I- yY1tf tli111 + sunlpUonnadlnutltr With unrT tli orrwoR lxoAwrltlellaaa- ruitutEAN lmueotoeuronr tofnndthamnnnv oiNI00perbox 8bnzes- tor staau IUt attI1NCIIIa11UALCDCleveraudundor f osc- E They banish pain and prolong life Hotel then 1 s I I t zti If h lY 1 matter what the matter is ore do you good and you can get ten for five nw Mile t vkft vitAJi lFif rr nrfiin rJMTLEN In i or errtnn rwltbnut alwn U tot ou eir1 i le ii vortiMUKrw Titw nol oi i In inttndnt fur Ibto mr the tootomp llna tiIIr Clio IIcPMnt o I uitu WJII ou tie had bJ null bjr rowans fortrrlgbt tvnU the IMi lr MiniMl dune m New Yko r Nurse a 1 W wuI turace nil rwod unM 111014 w rNAr d4 J ac STERLING KY 0 CAPITAL 1200000 I SUBPLUB 30000 o J M BIORTAFP President 0 L Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier 0We solicit the business ofmer chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a chance to send a bunk book and loan when need W w THOMPSON Cathser J A M Z and Surgeon r HAZEL ORKEK KY tlTBnrg ery and obstetric a specialty tc f j a f 1 fof II i for modatlou of guests of Day House L at Torrent have claw livery buggies saRI at sons wishing a to can telephone me desired vehicle or of drummers be charge careful Persons Springs bo At lL In desired Sold caONE GIVES L RELIEFs No will cents ttA tin and now Ml L4wxlleluet cru TEX TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK KIHKPATJUCK respeotrully cheeks In TAtJIxBEEy Physician I I I I rost i o lulls1 II I Ion thus waIhl- II MRS I L naljI Fashionable MilliiirI HAZEL GREEK XY I Trr 0 10 I ij1U IOn+ ittorneycxiLaw COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY AND JUt TURNS FnOMPTLY MADE 451 W JEFFEBBO BTBKKT IVJLLJ1JC1ItIIror f HERALD = y s k i ivy vd J idi 1 tir J dft ori li B fIir 1 IT RAIiji itkJ J i r 1ArxCf If i t fr 1i WKOR1tIK t X p Jda MY GRANDMOTHERS WHEEL it stands IB the lia mid rubbish and iv rudH asIts g orT ass fadtdsu Ulorymt 14 Bit nceIt keYiar t1b UtloDtd iI IUCJtJdfl oI J ri l f- In the coxitst spot of the Inglenook wide And from dawns early blush till the sup per bells p al sue Mlffbt be heard the soft hum of my grand l wheellWith many a twist and with many a twirl Jly grandmother spun on that wheel AI a k girl She was but a maid In that faraway time Now a stately old dame In the pride of is primeAnd dream was wound on her reel K As well as the ikeln spun by grandmother wheel t While thuj she was spinning one aunehln day Jtfy grandfather chanced to be panlng that way He spied her at work In her kerchief so smart And the spun through his fancy right Intow his heartsI Jle was gallant and young and he wooed her with zeal- And won tho fair hand turning grand mothers wheell AM many thereafter tho soft fleecy rolls She spun from the Huff of tho cottons white bollsi And many tho skeins that were hung In a row To be woven In cloth for the lirldal troui taul And many a love dream was wound on the reel- While Cupid sat perched on my grand mothiTa wlietll Helen Whitney Clark In Good House keeping N ++ +++ + ++ ti TWO DREAMERS J lly IIOWAKD FICLDiNG CopyrIaht1171- t3 + + + e- y E y knowFthat he teats poor until his wife loll hlt1 t n i liinifcH in print ns one of our success fun literary teen and he hnd nhvnys Relieved that It vnn true But Mrs Mcllenry proved the contrary i sheidirect laiiuiie that is here employed To the heat of Mclleiirys recollection the llrst thing oho suld on the subject was that their neighbor Mrs Winston had taken 15 hats to thu t ca horc und that one of them cost au much in 75 The young author replied with that flue Insight so characteristic of him that If Mrs WInston carried more inside her head nail less on top of it she would afford greater pleasure to till judicious observer repliedirsA few days later they went down to Manhattan beach for dinner nail In the course of the meal Mcllenry ob fewest that Isis wife hnd passed into an hypnotic trance tpon following thr direction of her fixed nail glittering rye he was led to observe a woman who teemed to have just robbed n Jewelry store and to be escaping with the proceeds of tier crime Arthur whispered Mrs Mcllenry in n hushed and reverent voice ills you ever see such lovely diamonds 1 never before saw MO runny on one woman he replied cheerfully dread fun Isnt It Ilut the 11Ic1etlel not reply Her lips were pressed together so lard thin they were white and her lingers averts clinched Arthur noticed that the ring he hnd given lice to mark their engagement was turned so that ths poor little one carat stone was con sealed within the closed hand 1 dont see how you can envy such a paw ns that said he even though it is loaded with distressing gewgaws Ilut 1 suppose you would exchange with her if the diamonds were thrown In Mrs Mcllenry opened and closed her hands nervously 1 could wear rings she said my flngera are matte for them The able author risked no reply being nwnre that all topics of convey sation would be one in the present cir cumstances even as nil roads lend to Home The subject was worse than uninteresting to Man and he did hl best to keep away from it for the remainder of the evening which was thu least enjoyable that they had ever spent together On the following day at dinner Me j Henry learned many strange and startling facts about diamonds Ills wife hnd spent the afternoon In the jewel era stores around Union Square and f she knew just what all the glittering baubles ever dug out of the soil were worth It seemed to Mcllenry that the sub ject must be exhausted but on the contrary there was just ns much of it i next morning at breakfast Arthur had the natural desire of a dutiful husband to make himself agreeable and finding that there was only one possible them of conversation he took It up as best he might relating borne stories of the splendid follies of Lucullus that he bad found in a re cett historical monograph Rarely hud he gained so close atfeot Sip r- yl t- S r I I 1L t j and jh+was naturally flattered 11tllmed lees t grstJfy thetear of e IJLe4rt So on aadon t ariltat las-t tsR y sought VHhc thidfaIOMJb1tom ace thgMory- of a modern Lucullus who should astound Ncty York with bis magnlfl r enafcYfc The idea took strong hold of him and he gave considerable time to It thatI day butllnintothe plot of the story add arranging the i balnnceOf characteru Before the end of therweekhe had written the introductory chapter and he rend it to his wife though he had never before been guilty of such an net lie had occasionally told her the plots qf stories that he intended to write and always with the most dls reusing results to himself Un rely in deed was a talc so told ever put down on paper nut in this instance Anne was enthusiastic That will be a great story she said Its different from your others its Interesting slurywith cynical indifference He had already grown cold to his new story and would have laid it aside forever In hix soul he knew it to be cheap In theme and plot n yarn for the vulgar He would never have written another word of It if he hnd not seen in it a means of revenging himself upon his wife for her now ceaseless talk of wealth mad luxury- It Is dillienlt for the most contented of mankind to converse eternally of things h v cannot have without begin ning to desire some of them One IK no longer able to fall back upon tthe old maxims or verses about peasants thnj nre happier w1lh black bread nnd toil than kings with banquets and no work but the digesting of them If one iis honest he must mlmlt that a steam yacht Is n good thing but what Is the me of talking about it all the time When such subjects became unbear able Arthur would rush to his den and with n hrart full of bitterness dashofl n few chapters of The Mod ern Iiiciillns that would reek with the most monstrous extravagances Hi laid his dill meters through a fairy land that was strictly up to date In the glory of golden light mutt lionaires and it1h Ii mill IIOilmirCI reveled In hl litthe the contra tloori but honest crea tares were depleted in outer darknets gnashing their teeth In his better moments Arthur real led that he was doing a base and fool ish thing and that he was trilling with n real peril Ho knew well enough what this love of luxury Is It is an Impalpable drug for which one play conceive n passion Isis happiness and hers were staked upon a cure nnd ho should have known as well as any man what to do Hut a doctor is of small professional value in his own fnmlly Ills sympa thies lire too deeply engaged In the Mime way student of character who has been accustomed to influence his associates easily by his superior knowledge of mot ho will fail with the very being whom of mill In the world lie is most IIIIMGUS to s vnythe worn an lit loves It would not seem possible for instance that a man who knew the sub ject as Mcllenry did could resort to the expedient of gifts us n ipeans of restoring his wife to her normal eon dition Yet that was whnt he did He Indulged in evtravaganecs to cure her of extravagant visions One da he received n check for a story that he hud sold fur n good price It would have made a comfortable ad dition to his bank aecoutt and he was actually on the way to deposit It when he suddenly turned aside into a jewel ers shop and bought n handsome pres ent of diamonds for his wife Her pleasure in tilt gift was so great that he was intoxicated by the sweet ness of it and forgot that he hail been a fool The jewels demanded dress nod the dress demanded a chance to be seen which meant n box at the the miter and n small supper afterward Two cultivated people can behave just like millionaires for one evening with out squandering great lrul of money but the trouble Is tint they will wish to do It again the next evening mail by and by the man will 11 ml himself upending two dollars for his luncheon whereas he nsrd to get along on n piece of pie with a glass of milk and the woman will actually hey things when she goes boppng That sort of thing needs an Unine sIn the matter of Hwull clothes also you will Hnd that one gorgeous even ing toilet requires another for other wise tho wearer will become known us tho woman with the pink silk maul that is worse than dentin Arthur Mc llenry learned this feet in natural his tory vqry soon out then he learned n feet In arithmetic to match it namely J that you cant subtract 800 from Ode and leave a balance in tho bank About that time however a little good luck helped Arthur out and ho affairs goluga theydktittthey wore not largo enough He avenged himself with The Mod urn LuculhiH As his imagination begun to tire ho visited the libraries and studied the records of tho mngnill princeshQpeasants mutt 9 niUhrlft have scat tered to ties four winds the occumu I iw 9 1 4 e w lations of the prudent There Is a ton sldcrublc literature on the subject and Arthur was surprised to find It ex tremely fascinating The literary at mosphere which he had sought was easy to get and It clung to him in his dally life making extravagances pleas ant and follies the signs of an elevated naturePrcscntlyhowever sort of thing brought him up with n round turn Between the first and the fifteenth of a certain month he saw more bills titan he had ever seen before and had less sleep Then Indeed he knew which way he was drifting Many years ago there was a man who bit an apple that he should have shunned and meanly cast the blame upon another There was enoughof the old Adam In Arthur to make him repent the words that were spoken In the garden This woman that thou gayest me= So he rend n few more chapters of The Modern Lucullus to Anne and was basely pleased to note that they tormented her soul She talked In her sleep about a banquet which he had described where the illumination came from tiny Incandescent lamps each one inserted into the heart of a diamond Arthur began to take a foolish pride in the effect which this utory produced upon the most dilliciilt critic that he hail ever encountered He devoted more time to it he turned away front other worst that would have brought him money and put his best energy into tills monstrous concoction He hud to stlllc his judgment and chloro forum his conscience in order to write such stuff but he did it null with such persistency that nt last the tiny came when hu lm not a penny In the hale nor n story in mac publishers hands Iliven hioI1II1I1I royalties wcro drawn upon in advance and he had borrowed from every unmet who would lend liinui dollar And on the evening of the day when the ronllation of this situation on me to him Anne announced that Mrs Win ston hail bought a sealskin cont for 500 The retort this tine did not take the form of lotion Instead it was hard Arthur told his tieshtrmnl ntse that spared Minidelniltljust exactlyI wha wortin They terriblellatlt even III 6I was worse Iii1 from 111isu mpcatau mmumcc who is going to he laid up a long time And between ttueyemi rimu wrelcPhe doctor who attended Arthur was of the opinion that the active nod earn est malaria germ was at the root of the trouble but Anne laid It to worry and she had one of those experiences with her conscience which lire the sill vation of many a woman When the young rumor recovered about a month later he learned that his wife hail pawned most of her din monds to pay his debts and the current expenses of the house This thought tilled him with despair for he hnd an especialI horror of the pawn shop besides he knew how Anne had valued these trinkets and she had been very good to him while he had been ill lie made time most desperate resolu tions regarding work Inr unfortunate Ily eXleptThel to be dreadful Miilf and lie felt like wearing n maskl when he took It to a publisher but necessity permits no scruples The rest of time story Isa matter of notoriety Kverybody lknows what The Modern Incitllns did It sold yetPeopleBurn co mind places Hint are not down on an ordinary map In America it was token ns the wildest dream of the century In IKnghind ns a work of rent ism written 11ollelf the wealthiest men and faithfully depleting scenes of our metropolitan life Arthur could probably bounty money from almost any hotly over there on the mere presenta tion of his card Hut he doesnt need to borrow He can sell irony old thing now for a fat price and the cost of h few diamond wouldnt matter much to him today Does Mrs Mcllenry wear many din monds1 Not she Inchwlit I j rllnIlIwnJ i I SheIetVectually Her folly made them rich by u strange freak of fortune but it will never mnko them poor again If any person can get n moral out of this story he is welcome to do so It seems to teach that extravagance is n good thing but that isnt what the author intended am Km AKnln The clergyman of a parish in the west of England wns noted for his and fondness lUPtbutmeeting two schoolboys who were passing without the expected salute theyknewof the boys tIyou are the vicar Then turning to his companion the boy ex nneldontoments Chess Taught In School allthe 0 I I- M 1 w yr AP I 1 i HOSTILITIES AVERTEDriI tint It Took the United Efforts of the Whole Crowd to Prevent a j Slot EnKaiccmcnt Ir One of the liveliest brushes I have wit ocsscd since the opening of hostilities said one of tile representatives at the reo tent meetin of the credit men took place In a quiet ew England village of my state Both participants land passed thtir three score years and ten but were still vigorous In mind and body and especially vigoruus in language fir both hind been followers of the sea One of these old fellows espoused I theII cause of Spain declaring that she been jumped on because she was little and that this country was playing the part of s great big bully After they had ex hanged hot slots for U few minutes the champion of the government got thinqs- to going his way by shouting that the other fellow came honestly by Ills principles 1 and was bred a traitor y- I1mat do you mean you old shrimp t from SpainDuringGreat Britain tileJ British entered the harbor and burned the i town of New London didn t they Course they did What of it- I11hy somebody piloted them there and when he come home his pockets was full of Diitinh gold paid for his dirty work and hisi neighbors hearin of what he lad done got ropes niul made him an evetun call Ho Fcuddcd bv the hack door and never stopped till he got to lie 111111111 and he never had the check to come back I11hat you tryin to pit aH That there pilot was your pramlpap And it took a dozen bystanders to keep the two old KM dogs from clinching Detroit Free Press lruI GrenUrl ss Now siid the interviewer a to your method of WOI kill VI1 replied the great author I take a upadVry x And a pencil Sp Seek put a ijulet 9101mrasp the pnd firmly in one haul and the pencil in the landnnh1e 1 And writ Philadelphia North Amar scan Tin Vnr IH user 1 And now our thoughts tire nil of pence luiine There are too often people tolIudII found who have no home nod it is to tluvc few words ire nddriMird If you real ly want n home you can easily get one omit you should act at once hcfurc1 the Il aptfrom the war puts privs on the advance In Murinettc County Vtunxin tin very liue t fanning Innd i miist III1J1h1 figurefalutihtte kets nre at hand to er raises andI good price nit given These laial are on the Chicngo Milwaukee St IItiiil Kailway nnd full infoniiiition Ion IYMMIIC them will cheerfully lIu furnished by I1C linlliii Immigration Agent Ill- sIal bullo Street liicago lllaslona Mv illusions said she are all gone Why he asked with that brutality only manifested by a man who lens promised In love and chcnsh dont you go to time drug tore and get some l1orelndimlII1oils JournalI Y lIIuI I I tactually I 2 First Mofmuto And landed slinc1 I youBostond Its a wise man that follows the tale at j e safe distanceClucamo Dailv News 4 r AQIsnafuja arcplenjy who can make r t 1k Tiine rm rise and miat in air hi c rJ1 K jtWnnachine through the manytreacherolh af+ iUva llelortut1athitters which acts as a safe guide be0treacherous stomach liver IIdkeasesgiviogjrestitutionIGtTAplt ttreftrIrontDdt11utJetin1J t JJtCI slit D You III o h 1bi qn LikeBoifeflIf doyou Sara arilla and it will purify your blood cureoae I and oniin cfo nK i tdonnllhci ilood purifying power of Hoods Sana gbat mar vrtsHoods Sarsaparilla taes Americas G rcnlcst Medicine tit six forts t1 0 itrlr plumHoodowestON oNN eoN 1od Whet to h- sf A perfect type of therdliiega order of noDt F IIhighest i TNiECUAn tile janJ i j n i i i 1nrltfjrBat101 IL sSgbut It him hi erttloesfennBreakfast i aenaiil ffpulled a tcri dust arrows P coot un j tool Youryour l t ABSOLUTELY PURE beep it 01t01yn a Delicious Nutritious t1 ltmmc JuguCOSTS LESS TITAN ONE CENT A CUP t T set him bosIt11CalEflake WALTER BAKER CO Ltd ihesaid CSTAOLISHID 1TOO iTheOHuoct O 1 appeal s 1be 1 1tbSIIf ItI oiheIl was in dangerti imt PLUG Ir therewou1dbe1 flla e l an army of men who chew it ready lr 1 4 l a illSpam1 r other chewing tobacco in the world aan n A0hasmany F f Remember the namesI whenyou buy again 1 1 t S- l N ri- S w rs j Ln J l n L j Jt7- M4WMWFc h yr Iow wh1y II it n j 1ft 4I Ih J f 6 1NERAL CLEANUP I iclnd o sad to think this or14B I i rider onLwayohenleamI l mw I calculate on bout tho r t teold fog- kfjpble ta Its circumflex ner never al h y- 2e ito think o somepln that would + kel1e jest that great 1hen I come to shume ott tjc world duld have to walt do a thing but weep and wall t A erever frt and stews tiI couldnt bo around to tell I 3r It wbatto do f v rpaa6It alll It seems to me that when 1 r TOUlq I6 ee a togo joy toJest break up the hull bit bloom In show r titt the world from end to end plum iWvered all to smash iiutkll the stars come tumblln down I- pse IIn tremendous crash taaaljr nt folks anosln round the hum bIt little slab Thit marks my grave ashootln oft their v rlastln gab ltdijnakin1 faces at me through the tern fJtifry fence i tivln Thats old Blinks graveh r jt ovfes me fifty cents J Ho ski Id rather have the world nlled plumb up to the vest i 1lh nltrogiycerln enough to blow It galle Rest lad when old Death comes sneakln round to have his final spat jd like to touch the hull thing ort and let V It go at that NUon Waterman In L A W Bulletin I tt + + ++ + + r- ii Roderick and the Janitor r i we will do unit Ifs boy t i1WllAT know said August the assistant janitor to his chief Hi live saw off my mopstick to play dree jtrolt cat und I liar my steps to mop iNfli morning lie was holding a squirming bullet headed boy of about six years of age tucked under one aria rind his mil hated mop in the disengaged hand at the janitor came into the basement rjn spite ofjtjs tone he wore his usual miable smile i I guess I will wear dls stick out wid ilmthe continued seating himself on- i nail keg nnd arranging the boy across his knee in n position conven ilent for punishment Last week he pulled all der feathers out of my fenth- itrdusier and cut oop nsysink cane for arrows und bows I will paddie him jjoot und hnrdt Look out Gus cried the urchin Youre rumpling up my waist with r jour dirty hands nnd ma said I was to keep it cliiiu for nn hour Lemme dawn or Ill kick you in your old face Lemme down I say- August twirled him around amid then Kt hits down between his knees which the hoy pushed nnd pounded energetically in his efforts to scope Make him let me go Mr Connolly ie said to the janitor The janitor made no answer to the appeal but regarded him with a look of great sternness before which the mischievous black eyes at hist fell tbaslied 1 I didnt know he wanted his mop tlckiO bugsaid the boy half pologetcally hnlfdcfinntly He Didnt tell me not to saw it oil Pnll bus anywayDoi lilt hasnti eolhctedntopstieksforjanitor severely iTnmcscy voure the huiidinSlyr its Bad trick corrected the boy Lemme go Dutch You hold 011 to him August said the janitor Its nnyther pert nor there Avhnt your name is hey I was J Iblnkln of another boy they culled t Jamcscythone I trowed into thO furnace He lived let me scehcli- ned in number 87 yls Unit wns the umber 87 He was th very spit an moralof you Roderick tJi worst yotlrfistI upIIOU suppose your mother will have to ytothotl She dont core said the boyw 4 thefo1 janitormpresshely muchilthe knobs off the registers slid down the banisters rang the bells of the Iher people in th bulldin left his V ma upthepile mi VIIH tin ui s o tlme wascdeadwas hoyTanesey i fntiilikeyouv bclotyhdj ceilinWhetS askedtheboyllisothernamerepeated thejnnl ifeBr + ninth a wink at August Ills other itlmesey1 ioworae than you are though WellY ae day this boy Jamesey comes Into L workinsatakest antkrough August locker nn then lie- t +kea t- l upatairsalkinI on S lip 1 1claru boy looked gutUy I I h lV 4 i r eer foun janltemafterstare serousnessWhen bnft1cntth jysgrabbedfurnacdoorMy grandma tImene iiterruptedkinj threw them in afleryntheirsingedThatJ thJnnltorbannn03doneesterlnfanteseyeloestrowed him in I shut timlaste askeitheI anxiouslyVeil thatAboutI UeagaucomcsyouseenMtConnollychalked up the walls with my chalk an I Itrowed him in the furnace guess hes about burnt up by this time quitrightConnolly The janitor paused and looked n t The little boy steadfastly his hand resting on his knees The boy looker back searchingly at him and at Inst smiled broadly and incredulously I dont blicve it he said with an air of decision You wouldnt hurbod cosyIth upIplatthreeold caughthimlook here he said if you get up tt iny score mischief down here Ill spent to Ollieer Noonan about you Im not jo hin you now This timetire boy looked impressed and went out of the basement with Itli head hanging but he recovered ill time to whoop at the janitors cat as hi passed her on the stairs and August peering through the sneaky window 1 few moments later saw him with a mite of his own age throwing coal ot- a banana vender from the vantage ground of the courtyard You cant Iii ulT that kid remarked the janitor All the same his dad will ma elio pat up for 1 new mop for Au glIsl lie does It pretty easy though liS a general thing lies all the kid byre got an they was about 12 years wait ill for him I reckon if he set fire to the biiildin hed soy Oh well w c was all young wanst tin then would isle if we had estimated the loss so he ould draw his check There iins a time when they I1hlllt How no children here an time place vas as well ordered as a millionaire 11 iimily vault but quiet as it was It itp th agent hustlin to get tenants They was all right what lie got hilt liens wasnt enough of them an there vnshalf a dozen snots empty as a dago linner bucket half ufternoon most of th time It used to break the agents ienrt when sums swell guy would say ell I like the apartments an I- gllcs Ill take theta Heres my gilt idgc references Make out my lease in heres my check 1 presume youve 110 objection to children It Ikep geti till worse an worse until at last the urgent took a trip to Sew Hampshire when the owners live nn when he onto bock he let dawn the burs Well yes on the whole I like It setter Of course it isnt ns quietus It was before lint then Its not as mina iiitonons You can expect something bout all the time an its generally a iiirprise As n usual thing 1I keep theta 0111 of the basement but they break in nco III awhile this fellers about the worst of them for thatt Ive felt sometimes like pickin him lip an beatin th dust out of his little irecches for him Ive got a sort of nn ilea that It would do him good but Ie been kind of easywith him for tin list few weeks He got to makln trips IIPlln down the little parcel elevator iiillin himself up by the rope an nockin at the panels on the different bars as he passed He nearly scared two girls to death one evcnin 1 aught him finally an gave him a song nil dance about skinnln hits an bilin him In oil an I thought hed quit it week after when 1 went hut It wasnt a to send n basket of peaches up to 801 ound the elevator gone- I was just gain to whistle upwhen that made my blood I heard n scream run cold nn tire elevator come whiz 71n down the shaft an smashed nil to mithereeiu nt the foot 1 knew what hnd happened in a flask an I felt sick stomach 1 would have given to my else but 100 to have been anywhere where I was but seeln I was there I stepped up an made n grab at some thin that showed white through th all right an he dust It was th kid irasnt as limp as I enoughIn a minute he had got breatli to howl an it seemed to me that l never sound in ray life heard a pleasanter fhat brought his mother down au when she seen whnt had happened she dropped In a dead lLlnt Then the old- man come an half a dozen other Cwho had heard the yejl an pIe hadn cirous down there mash an we for minutes bWeltC i 1J t t r f allppcthroughthere wasnt a scratch on him Wken It was all over I went out an bough myself a drink an I let time kidjos with me at the bench all next moruic I had a little pnlntiu to do in the nftei noon an he upset n lot of the pair over himself and then went drlppli upstairs without consult in me about it August put in four hours on tha carpet afterward As the janitor spoke n leather boun ball crashed through the window scat- terIng glass all over the workbencl leghWlnktedyard gate Its what I looked for said the jar DailyHecord NEVER SAW A NEGRO BEFORE A Coiiimerclnl Traveler Story of HI Kicrlrncc with Some Queer Tennriace Ieot le Several years ago I went up in the mountains to the town of G whlc was at that time GO tulles from th railroad There were two good mer chnnts doing nn immense bustiies there and 1 could not afford to mis their trade if they did use glusang as legal tender There was then no colored man ottoman living In that county and man of the people hud never seen a negro The day I went up there happened to be court day and the little tows Will full of men women children dogs guns and corn whisky They were drinking dancing in the streets am having a jolly time generally When I drove in and stopped before one of the stores my driver who chancre to be very black was immediately the center of interest The crowd swarmed around my hack and gazci in wonder at him They advised him to Go wash that black oil his face to Take oft thn false face etc and one woman sale to another while walking around him 1 have often heerd tell oft lII but this is the first one I ever seed Soon the crowd became very familiar with the poor fellow first they kicked him then began firing their pistols timid hitttnj time ground close to his feet The seemed to think it great fun to make him dance They treated him si roughly that the merchant advised nn to get him away from theme and hide him or he said they would kill him just for the fun of the thing I finally sue ueeded in getting him smuggled in tin merchants kitchen where he was glut to stay until next morning 1 mantle good sales nod left before daylight the next morning and cut honestly say I have serer had n driver cither before or since make such good lime us that one did the first ten mile nwny tram that town It is needles to say I was never able to get the summit driver fur any subsequent trip although the country through that re gion Is now very much improved Leu lies Weekly The Olilmt PurlHlnllll In ancient tunes people hud one mm only as Adam or David and In order to distinguish persons of the nme nome It was the custom to nl1lx the description son of Isaac or Ja cob as the ease might be Thus wi get Solomon ben David among tin lebrews and Kvan ap Hlchard among the Welsh to quote two examples Al1 though the argument that those tamos wen nut strictly forennmcK1 Is not within weight yet his reason ible to accept thrum as such seelnj lint the appellation hud to he supplemented by mother for the sake of llstlnctlon we nn1 therefore entitki to Include them within the scope of lie question Adam and other early liblieal wanes are regarded as the eldest for obvious rinKoiu but ex hiding these the choice falls upon klarmiidiikc which lIs the modern rcn ilering of the ancient Chaldean Mnru Ink ami Mcrodnch the god who Inv erceded constantly bitween the nn- jry Mn and the humble Dnmkina lmiR rather and motiier The IJomiins used hath forenames and amiiy nnmrs tuft of the former two that date hack About 2SOO years are Htill with UK sanely Marcus and Lucius represented in modern tongues by Mark and the feminine Luc The old form Marcus is still retained in some families Golden Days IFIOHVI SlntupN In Ian Paris lla capricious even in the matter of Jicr public statutes which arc icing conMiintly dethroned and others let up in their places The deposed ones ore stowed away mind there are yards nt utcuil full of them All for the streets heir names of course change with very change of wind A lire InrnUr- Cholly I believe Id kind of like to- bc a soldier doncherno- Jleggy Aw wcaily me denim boy roure a lad of spirit Just think how the long marches would keep a fellahs twousers from bagging at the kneesUp to Date Lou of SBlIor Lives nt Hen Time life of n sailor Is becoming every fear safer with the Improvements in he construction of vessels Twelve ears ago one sailor In every 100 who rent to sea lost hla lILt mini one in r50 Ir lest i ci Jt 1 t I 3- nvu1 n J WORNOUT MATERIAL 1tswb11eaei Are Attnln t Bwployl Old MetkqlJaI Thin leara CRIRhta- L thc republicans seem to bocome itp the tonclualpu that they cnnn- btyolA taking notice of tilt faut th1Rt the dcniocrntlo party stnnds square i n the financial Issue So their tall Jmve started up again for the purpo of putting out n goodly quantity ot material of n character warranted t hill oft silver sentiment at sight nut us this warrant Is of the wale lutl that has been so frequently found dc ifeetive the takers of this Intent grid will not be sure of Its effects fhe grist being ground by the nulls is not new material but U the same that waK thoroughly ground two years ago We cannot Mane them for this ns the original material was very expensh they paid nt the rate of 2000 n night for some of it and wo cannot expo them to purchase any new opinions- an lu off year One of the mills in Indiana hnll started to grind out open letters to Senator Turpie These letters nro not expected to reach Senator Turpl but this is merely nn artistic with for the opinions to be set forth it be ing hoped that the coupling of u Ient name with the literary venture will muse the pseudoepistles to be rend The writer in this emit in 15 S Tnylii He rushes into print with some bran new ideasthey were new nbnnt iO years ago One of the first fine thoughts of the pentlemnn Is expressed in theRt words Inasmuch us we have IIIll unlimited coinage of gold for Ion yea sad as no one is proposing any hllngl 1In the law in tint respect this dcmai1111 for the free mind unlimited coinage i01i gold seems to bo unnecessary Jim delighted the gold standard men woulll be and how delighted the current contrnotlouists would bis if thcdem erats would eliminate front their pint form that clause The gold stnudni man would then be nblo to assert thllt time silver men were waging Will UIIi gold ns n money mitnl unit the CUI rency contract would be able 1Itl1 hope that the1 silver men once in the saddle would assist In dcmonetiiii gold iiri wns attempted in Kuroj nboiit 1S57 The conlrnctiontst dot not care which metal IK thrown ont The loss of either will secure tin c11I1 ho desiivs Hut the democratic parts determined to make its posit iii plain and to dciuoiiHtrntt1 to the pmt pic that it IK not fighting n mom mctnl nut IK fighting the base prig t1I Pie of contracting the currency this growing nation The mini thllt would demouetic gold receive unit I Itt tint If he nttemptH to curry out hl hiheme he nccil expect nothing hilt wnr from the party that Iis of and fOli the people Mr Tnylor reasmrtH the old Hophti try that sliver would nt once ilrlv goldI out Out where Mr lay for Not out of the country surely for tin t could be done only if the balance nf trade were against us nud when Iii balance of trade Is ngalnst UH till gold will go iinywny Not out of cii dilation for Mime one must own till gold II lilt the holders of fIoIIIIOIIIOC of money cannot iilFord to hnvo tlnl property not earn them Interest Tli idea of money going out of flrcutatlo is n fairy tale Cold did not go out ul circulation even during till Will hilt was mightily naive pnylng custom duties and performing other iluile Unit were legislated to Hpecli1 It Will not found much then in tin ImmlK lit the common people for the IVIIKOII them t there was too gnnt n demand for I I It IIn fulfilling the Hpocinl functioiiH deli gated to It by cnn rIMII It was 11111 everywhere hi evidence bccnusc it 111111 been detailed to special duty Blt the congress tint rcmonetleK IIlhtl will not detail gold to nny sptcln iluty and will not confer extraord nary privileges upon it Hence it wll be found in the bauds of till the poop ns usual There is no out that4 cnn go to tumid pay Interest to Its own ITS H F THUIIBTON COMMENTSOFTAE PRESS Mr Hnnnn predicted that timer would be ho war limit he can connol himself tint it has afforded hint al opportunity to run n competitive tram against Htuhneils for hauling Obi soldiers back home from camp hoi pltals for electioneering purposes St Louis Kepublic There are nt least 60000 derm crnts in Missouri who will be willing tl walk ten miles to get n chance to klc the political life out of any candidat for governor or senator who stand for pairing with time gold standar Imperialism of the Hannacrnts The will do it tool Mississippi Vttllc Democrat Irritation over tJH prohibitor law in Vermont nncl overconfidence 1II Maine are good enough for any Irn ppunsibic commentator on the Sep tcmbcr elections Hilt time pre lden cannot afford to be mistaken It timer Is to be n series of republican disai tern thin fall extending even to 1h lots of time houco of reipresemitativetl- ime president will Inevitably bo helm responsible Jfe Is the bead pf Iii party and the only member of H in f position to do or refuse to do th things whlclirnoy affectthe vote ftbi- holecountryNtTtntCl4 J J t tij 1 1f1 tI if f SLiK a r 3 AN E UITA- HhssetalIUta vii Jctatetwt 01 MOrn MuHejr to N41rrajemail latlatrTf t Itimctalltsts wAnt more 1tlOeeuea v dollars tutq goldltcs fewer IptMiii dgilar hte fewer time better ieriIthem plmctnlllstH do not fl IIio r alterable rajtlq for the coln geoNk8I metals but dtf ritahd that there be ircex coinage of both metals and favor tM existing ratio of sixteen to tine be cause jt has never been demonstrated that free coinage of both metals cun not be maintained nt that ratlot but on the contrary It has been dcmpur s started by n record of 60 years In this r country and in lKurono that this ratio Is an equitable one It would be financial folly to adyo catc any pther ratio under existing conditions amid the golditesknoit Uds r Henco they do not advocate any other + ratio but howlto serve the people until to prevent them from having nil tho money they ought to hatecent dollars A veritable contradiction in terms and they know It ItimetnllistH arc ready to concede mathat ratios have been changed ami may be again but In order to ascer tain what the ratio ought to be con ditions must be such ns to prevent this crimination between the metals and these conditions the United States la powerful enough nail rich enough to r establish unaided by and independent of any European government Ileforo silver wits demonetized In 1873 silver dollars were nt n premium of from two to three cents above gold That was under free coinage Would it not ho fully to change the ratio without south evidence that It U not equitable Ulmetalllsts favor freo coinage of silver amid gold by time United States At the ratio of sixteen 1o one the present ratioa Ill tlo that differs limit little from time coinage ratios of themfgovernments of Kuropc and other por y tines of mho world They favor thint because the business of the world would be benefited by time Infusion oC more money into the channels of trade Itiinilnlllsts do not wnnt nn inequitable ratio If it is found that sixteen to one Is an Inequitable ratio mutter it has been tested then Itr cnn be chnuged by increnslng or dimin ishing it ns may be necessary lint lit nil probability no change will be neccs sit rr Does the country need store dol lars Then coin them out of silver and gold The more the merrier Wo dont wnnt dollars based on hoods hut dollnrs that have the genuine mctnllln ring to thom and that the tnx payers do not have to pay double Interest1 ontinterest not only to the batiks but to the bondholders Illinois State Register UNITED DEMOCRACY The Inrl Still Simula li tin 1rt InrnlloiiM hula In time Striic- Klf of 18IMI The democratic party metal never more n unit in purpose and work tliitu it is nt the present time It waHiinitiMl on the question of freedom for Cuba I it wits united on demanding thnt ret libutioni bo administered to her for the binklug of the Maine nnd tin murder of ttrtfl Amrrlcan Hcaincn It stood a i united in favor of the utmost vlgorouM pulley in the prosecution of the war I null to till extent that the national nd I mlnlHtratlon lots carried out the will I of the people Inns been and is ns united i in its support as Is the republican a puny Tin democratic party is united upon the principles of the Chicago platform The Issues upon which the l putty battled for victory hut which I met with temporary defeat in 1810 lire fctlll alive and urn the Issues of UJUSUU and 1000 i I No Kchtiuc of government timid no principle whip fails to recognize that I Interests of the tolling manxcM canoeaenduring III this country Jhe demon l erotic party still stands by the prin I ciple tint would abolish government Iby Injunction Tho democratic party fctlllbclicvcKthutour eysteui of current amid the unequal coinage of gold amid silver nt our ililnlsare crying wrongs for which there whist be redress be fore this country will see lasting and r I substantial prosperity fife demo 1 cratic party isI united on the tariff question The Dinglcy bill Is a revenue destroyer a labor paralyer tIe ti4ue the to Americnn Industry anti Jis A honeycombed with glaring favoritism to trusts and monopolies na against time men who toll ands++ ent in worktic shops in factory and upon time ftirm- ThedcmocratlopnrtyAviUgoonHght hag an In the past for human right for k 1 justice amid equality nnd neither tht1ifever pf war nor the Icinpornryyapor X high of those who discourse withr vagueness our new responsibilities s or oftithe duties prpvidentlnlly inlil upon tifc ylll detract from the tntilii issue The greatest reforms of tutu future will be accompllisbeiX In diulf ttog with our domestic nlTuirn and in r handling them properly and we m1i edrnot lose sight rlther qtmttllihUfiWtOIl our rclntlnnu with the rest of jJCIjr = vxorld 14 1 J Itepubllcan new paper lire fig tiring what the reptibllcarf I jgr1f3I k- I udtUrtime c 1 I 1 fitThneair 1 I 7 7ii 1 iji r tiIj 1A t If tyli t 3 tY 4fat r m-J L- IIn io t J IJ 1- j t WOLIJ CODMTT t 0- lf OAKPTON CJUKRiaf OT Q 1 E Hw D S Godsey of Hue Greta WM 1IB town Saturday+ t Dr James H Stamper and wife a iMllrelatJvel In Harrieon county 8 B Combs aad ton Courtney returned BaiBrday rem Louisville and Cin- clMHtli I Mrs A H Stamper visited her broth IrA8 Lykins in the country Saturday and Sunday Henry M Sword of Flat was in town 4 Saturday Ho is teaching a class in vocal1 BiloatBowcn A quartorly mooting of tho Methodist church south was held at this plac Saturday and Sunday Payne Reed Dan Davis Fred Wil liams and Derd Williams of St Maur Johnson county visited your scribo a few days past The many friends of Squiro John Rose regret that ho has gotten into trou ble However wo are confident that a jury of his county will acquit him r Everybody over hero belle wee that tho killing was accidental as tho proof will ahow George L Athoy of this place of Co M Second Kentucky infantry returned to Lexington on the 18th init to be mustered out of service The physical ex amination is now going on and tho mus ter out will be completed the last of this week James E Faulkner of Co K First Kentucky infantry who is at homo o n 80 days sick furlough will report a Lexington on the 28th Iris regiment 1 is now in Porto Rico but will return to Ken ucky in about two weeks to be furloughed out for 30 days prior to musteredout Joe T Williams Co C Fourth Ken tucky infantry now at Anniston Ala writes rao that ho is enjoying the best of health but that the boys nro anxious to bo mustered out Ho says that Col Colsoii Is doing his best to forco them I luto Cuba against thir will and 111J probably succeed c OldcI you voto re gardless of political affiliations for lIouII Thos Y Fitzpatrick of blot grandold county of Floyd for congress Ho has ever been the poor mans friend and in the humble cabin and around tho fhearthstonetlresldo joy his name will over be wrench ed with garlands of imperishable fImanyUcpllbllcnns the Democrats and assist in planting his victoryICSoltz I think my conscience would lash ino through life Tom Fitzpatrick has mado us an able congressman and ho should and will bo reelected by an over hnndwritingIsweighed in the balance and found want IngOct 24 SuiPLK JACK GILLMORE GLEANINGS Horn on tho ISth inst to the wife 0 Andy Haddix Jr n girl A II Grahams family of Jackson i moving back to Gillmoro their former home Tho funeral of Rev James F Ely was preached last Sunday by Rev Garrison Rove Uaulscy and McQuinn tailing to attendI pained to hear of the sad occur rence which happened on Lacy creek a p TbompsonPhipps tars not kpown Mrs R M Haddix died tho 19th inst y leaving a husband five children and many relatives and rleuda to mourn her loss She had been n member of the Christian church for many years Oct 22 UNCLE REMUS r The Eagle King ot All Birds 1 la noted for Its keen tight clear and dis l tinct vision So aro those persons who uso Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salvo for weak eyes styes soro eyes of any kind or granulated lids Sold by nil dealers at 25 cents Tile Telephone Line to Maytows Judge Bwango Informs us that tho telephone l line will bo completed from May e town to this placo this week which willi give us telephonic communication direct to Mk Sterling For the present tho box will beat Judge Bwangoa residence f t M rr rl I v lgUCOUOY 0 JIATfTOWN MISSIVES O F Kadi WM IB our aldat Monday James Hughes of this place Is quite lick- S A J Centers entered school at this place last Monday Sorry our news for the past two weeks failed to reach you Mrs Lizzie Hash has been visiting her none 0 F and Edgar the past week Mrs John Henry of this place Is vis iting her father in the country this week Robert Swetnam and mother passed through hero last 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