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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 3 i t fhE HEstablished LOR EN FiER I tB 4 bl c March 4 IB85H Made Famous to the Story of Jonathan and Ws Continent Dy Max ORell = r is coorVnTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in thi Micky Mountains 0 lQOAYEAiy Ii p ppUI1TEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 8 1808 NUMBER 81 i- ARTtR DRY COMPANY GOODS AND DEALERS INntrorrEBSE 11 iii AND NOTIONS LOUISVILLE KY I fcrtnce J Taylor Day Hnrel Green GREEN SONS t WHOLESALE otStJSJloeSj gad W MAIN STREE- TOUXSVXJIIE sKr ENDEL GOSLING 5 CO I JOBBERS IN- S CAPS STRAW GOODS I Gloves Umbrellas 7 and 629 W Main St- LOUISVILLE KY d risutiieworrn Co- AA JUNUFACTUREnS AND JOIH1KUS OF D-GYSCLOTHINGpILDREIpS j J07 West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY TIQDJl I feai Kersey Casslmere ok Corduroy Pants and Suits I i r rDUCI COATS nine acknowledged to he Superior to any I produced Sizes guaranteed as marked DTSOLD BY J TAYLOR DAY HAZEL GREEN KY JI ROBINSON NORTON CO I LOUISVILLE KY KUOHESOLDI RELIABLE TONIGCures Chills Me Ic 100 Bottles Druggists Have It IMPROVEDTASTE PLEASANT htcurprntedhbinsOfrottett v lODE HARDWARE COMPA- NYWIIOLESALE ARDfARE a crtxrt JR r CINCINNATI 0 Reference J Taylor Day Hazel Green Sw S B 1 4CB t6ir Cs45 PSHSLffSWIp Ot1 t 1657 Raco S- tTTUULOCINCINNATI DRYADSlOTIONS Always have BIG Drives HTfipedal attention to Mail Orders 0 DYER NISERflICJ1EJIIJrr- ORTnn9 AND JOBBERS OF FURNISHING GOODS HOSIERY if Underwear White Goods o NOTIONS FANCY DRY GOODS iiiII 225227 Race stII 11 SnZet CINCINNATI i 1et a XXr- ofrBoOTS SHOES 5 RUBBERS 3 W PEARL STREET 4 d CINCINNATI VIQUR1OTEIlEADS Cutnloffue Envelopes I r Le printed at HERALD oflco Yg- y 4- t r M1v THE ELECTION NEXT TUESDAY Involves tkiExcitementAsThoseFonohtOntla98 congressionalolectIonus remember that although tho ox citement is not so great still the stirredthesuccess of coercion fraud and all tho corruption known to politics in the last presidential campaigncouplod with tho perfidy of the present ad ministration has shown itself in such glaring proportions to the people not only in the broken promises of prosperity and the con standardbuti cipation of suffering millions of human beings Tho administration inIvery when it should have clasped ungloved the Northand South Forced as it declared into an unholy war which has been fought to a successful finish by soldiers from tho North South East and West adherents of the blue and gray and while the sold paternalism uncomplaining they followed the ling to victory in a cause moro holy than that which inspired tho zeal of Peter the Hermit And yot notwithstanding the fact that the stars and stripes planted on the heights of El Canoy and Santiago waves ovor as much blood drawn from Democratic veins ns foil from Republican blood vessels still Marcus A Hanna says that unless the Republican party is perpetua ted in office tho war will have been a failure Who over heard that tho war was especially ordered for tho Republican party Who but Mark Hanna would daro insult tho pat riotism of tho American people in such a manner as this Forced to lift a yoke of tyranny from a sis ter land by tho people who had more patriotism and backbone than their executive who looks at things alone through Lord Hannas store oscopo of commercial and financial interests and supported by tho peo pIes representatives both Demo cratic and Republican j and after success has crowned our armies on sea and land with laurels at which the world looks with awe and aston ishment tis then the Republican party steps forward in its chosen oracle Marcus A Hanna not only to share in but to monopolize all tIll glory of tho triumphs of this unholy war For slinmc The usurpers greetJ- Will bring n mead of just defeat- Sounll aloud the sliver tocsin Unlly Ireemen to the polls See where gallant Fitz Is lending There the tide of victory rolls From Novembers hills all golden Austerllt71Al1l1I 1011 him All convulsed with silver fits Down the hills of East Kentucky Silvery notes of victory ring Kitz is lying Seitz is dying Hurrah I Let the welkin ring SCampton Thanksgiving Ladies Homo Journal The Thanksgiving Ladies Homo Journal marks tho 15th anniversa ry of that widely read mngazino which now sells 850000 copies each month and its editor reviews its past under tho unique hooding Fifteen Years of Mistakes ro venling his plans for its improvement and for its groator usefulness in thb future A page of illustrations admirably typifies Thanksgiving in tho Country and anoth er of photographs is filled with suggestions for decorations etc for Thanksgiving in the Church Tho Anecdotal Sido of Mr Moody reveals the chief characteristics of the groat evangelist in a succession of interesting stories and My First Fightin tho Jungle is Henry 1I Stanleys narrative of the first of his journeys into AfrIca How Richard Wagner Wrote His Oper as gives tho nearest clearest and most interesting view of tho fam ous composer that has yet boon written InrA Polish Fantasy I is told in tr beautiful and pathotio story the early career of Fader ewski The first chapters of Mary E Wilkins new serial aro among tho fiction features Miss Wilkins re versos tho novelists usual order and makes ludicrous tho mistakes of city people in tho country An othpr that will be followed with CampArcadyvembor issue It is a sparkling girlbroadwinnors a Now York flat The Minister of Carthago grows in interest and The SilkLined Girl is a fascin atingpiece of short romanco There aro innumerable useful practical articles Of special interest to women is Prize Dollar Dinners for four people By the Curtis Publishing Co Philadelphia One Dollar per year j 10 cents per copy SCATTERING SHOTS Fired at the BroomCorn Bird of nil note From the Galling Gun of Our Cllfty Correspondent ToLI Eli KY Oct 81 Col Cooper Dear Sir As I am about 7000 miles from nowhere in my humblo homo situated upon the east bank of Every Mails Branch where tho sun rarely ov er deserts us Even if tho clouds gather thick about our heads and the rain descends Mr Sun soon boats back tho dark clouds and shines more brilliantly than over It is said the effect of tho sun after a storm makes the people moro genial and cheerful Certainly this must account for the delightful qualities of tho homes in thus out ward part of tho world tho Clifty district As I am thus situated I will while away some of the sweotost moments of life by writing to tho Dear Old HM AIn ltllO newsiest Free Silver Demo cratic shoot in Eastern Kentucky- I noticed in last weeks issue an article written by my far away but very dear friend Edward Taulbeo His was a well composed letter Ho has been raised in pomp and splendor with a grammar in one hand and a spelling book in the other though it seems that the canary had sung itself quite out of tune or lost some of its gay plum age It would indeed bo useless for mo to present myself against tho distinguished gontloman tho broomcorn bird whoso spicy lot 1 ter you have just read if this was a measuring of ability but it is not Tho weakest man in all this land when clothed in tho armor of a just cause is stronger than all tho hosts of error they can bring I have como to speak in defense of myself Perhaps somo would say Why is it ho does not respond Well tho still sow drinks tho slop you know and as it is all drunk up I will say only this Ed dont bo too hasty in voting for mo Wait until I am old enough to ap preciato it say 50 yoftrs anyhow I hope by tho expiration of 50 or 100 yours I shall havo a knowledge of tho laws of this glorious country of ours That I may by then climb tho political laddornot at ono single boundnod stop oil tho top round safe upon tho Elysian fields of true Democracy clo8oly followed by tho canary corker While this is only hope it is a Godgiven an chor freely and equally bestowed upon tho children of monoIt is giver to all none left void of consecrated influence There aro nono in this life however wretched but hope at some futuro time their sit uation may change and that bright days may sweetly dawn that thoy may make their mark high Such is tho experience of yo scribe and I will live in hopes though I dio in despair And wo do not know what victory is until our cause is just as good in defeat as in victory Now ye ablo ponpusher of the West provided you dont want to sweep me into oblivion after you have perused my lottor you may if you desire keep the ball a rollin for there is nothing like koepm things agoin nohow BANFOBD MANNIN Not of Clifty but rather the Hazel Green precinct 1 J y t r t i MRS ALICE FRAZIER A Native of Basel Greei Mas t ClatsI of Sixty Scholars IB till Sudsy School at BishtOB HI BUSHTO ILL Oct 24 Mr Editor Cooper Hero is a clipping taken from tho Charleston brightlittlebo pleased to see it in your paper as I boliovo it would interest a groat many friends of mine and alsoTiers This country out hero has a groat many bright and sweet littlo girls and boys I havo 00 under my care each Lords day and many moro I expect to gather in Tho general average of attendance in my class is 40 and it lugs increased so fast goodfathorsbuild us a room onto tho church myfriendshome that I always havo a warm place in my heart for and that I lovo so well MRS T E FIUZIER UA Pleasant Day IIA fow days ago Mrs Allen Fra zior or Aunt Alice as wo call hor teacher of tho primary class in tho Bushton Sunday school sent out invitations to GO to meet at her homo on Oct 8 Each girl was to bring a cake of her own baking and ouch boy was to bring a pound of something to oat j our mothers ware invited to go with us There woro 44 of tho class there and 15 of the mothers Besides tho cakos and pounds wo surprised her with a littlo present which each of us helped to buy Sho could not ox press her thanks to us for this Sho had prepared n nice dinner for us and somo of the mothers brought wellfilled baskets with good things to eat After dinner was over wo woro taken into the parlor whore Mias Hen ley of Charleston gave us somo excellent music After that our teacher called us in the yard and had us pin tails on n donkey Sho gave prizes to tho ono who pinned it nearest tho right place After tha children had tried this tho moth ers woro blindfolded and tried it and oh you never saw a donkey havo tails in so many places 1 Aunt Ella Jane 0IIaSr won first prize Woll Uncle Jesso keeps sotto don keys and I guess that is tho reason she knows whore to put tho tail Wo children had speeches HonEis and prior Our teacher said it was tho happiest day of her lifo Wo hopo wo may all live to spend many more such days with ono wo love so woll FAXXIK JAMES Ago 10 Whore Aro You Mr Soltz 1 Democracy rings clear upon tho question of territorial expansion She can not consistently favor it If tho charges of corruption and oppression that aro laid at tho door of tho Republican party aro true j if the monopolies Hanna rind the povertymaking gold bugs arc so mercilessly oppressing tho people why add more people to ho oppressed If wo cant havo a peoples government in our present territory what assurance havo wo that tho addition of several million densely ignorant voters will accom plish it If wo must have lottora patent from Urup before wo do anything now whero will time au thority lie when tho Negroes Malays Hottontots lopors Japanese Portugese ChinoHO and Spaniards become voters Territorial expan sion moans tho addition of these tho addition of those moans moro and denser ignorance moro ignor ance moans tho perpetuation of Republicanism Republic anism means moro poverty and suffering Whore aro you Mr SoitzFronch burg Agitator Valtable Property For Sale Rosidonco in Winchester 11 rooms lot 00x210 in boat part of town stable o Magnificent property Price 5500 Address or call on T M Morrow Windhefl tcr orJackson IOJdpaper 206 a hundred 4 f JI r I 1- Y 4 ail t J r WWiFE COUNTY 0-I OAMPTON CURRENCY Frank Stamper has moved to tows John Robinson of our place was UM guest of 0 0 Wllreman Sunday IG W Robinson and family visited x relatives in pee county last west Henry Mhtlock of Knoxville WK registered at the Combs House Saturdayrnight Mrs Ron Collier has ftone to Elkata sickhusband hujUllt v has been on business Tho Second Kentucky mustered out Saturday InCantrrWII against Algorism on tho 8th of NoTem I a- therT K Tutt Jr and ltov J W Doan of Sprndllnjr took O H and sloe Fulks Iud lien oeaey to Donut college last week Major Scltx Republican candidate for congress naaocdt through this place Fri t day biddinchia friends goodbyo before starting up Salt River The old parranngo of the Mothodlft church South now owned by G In Rose of this plhce and occupied by Mm Syd FridayNoOct 311 SurnK JACK A Sure Sign ol CroupaHoarseness in a child that is subject to croup iis a sure indication of tho ap pronch of tho dfecato If Chamberlains Cough Remedy is given ns soon as the child becomes hoarse or oven after tho croupy cough has appeared it will prevent tho nttnck Many mothers who have croupy childreu always keep this remedy at hand and fEnd that it naves them much trouble and worry It can always ba depended upon and is pleasant to take For solo by J Taylor Day MORGAN COUNTY 0 MAYTOWN MISSIVES Mrs Hughes still romaine rather low Miss Litho Patrick is quite sick at present OakleyISIIUliln Mrs Surnh Wills and little daughter Ruth went to Hazel Groan Sunday Revs McQtilnn nnd Miller held a r series of tcry interesting meetings at this plat Saturday amid Sunday Tho telephone is now up and we aro glad to know wo can speak with friends at both Hazel Green and points below 1 IIpentfrorgrandparents Mr nnd Mrs Jordan Will Old papers 20c a hundred IITHE NEW WAY t WOMEN used to think female diseases could only ba J treated after I lo c 111I examina Iclansj treatmentI t t modest women I client about their suffering Thein- troductfon of Wine of Cnrdul has now demon strated that ninetenths of all the cases of menstrual disorders do not require a physicians attention at all Tho simple p- ureWIfleffdUi taken In the privacy of awoman own home Insures quick relletand speedy cure Women nee inot hesitate now Wine of CariSulire quires no humiliating examine curesanydiseaseJ of female troubles disordered menses falling of tM womb whites change of life Itmakefwomen beautiful by making them well It keeps them young by J j keeping them healthy 100 at the drug atoreM wellth 3eeThe OwtUBOOCt ram Co Chtflto IIOOtIo TIMnW L ADa1IOJ LL Cay WIN jij II 11IHef twwMwiwilvS t yrs + i iw f- q iJ 1 S r- tII A Tvt I l w 6PINCER COOlER J ut IUHi J ilAZRb ORBKN i i I 4 I A 1 Take hack FORECASTIII Consider It unspoken IJfIIroY1Thj I q t 1 t 1 ITIleI F Forget tho little III revealed I Aa though by hatcj Intention Jlomcmljer nil the Rood concealed i rAuthough bYI dvou Invention alto hour may come when thou wilt slant Unsheltered arid unnhrlvcn x lOTRlvcncnn price U In thy hand Todaylet It he Klvn With hatred In the heart at taut A Ilcthlnlc theo of his terror Whoso alienated Raze were catch On love eternal mirror Thou mlghtst endure tho stunt ot woe The BcofflnK tho derl lon Hut where thou doss expert to BO How couldMt thou bear the vision Edward N Pomeroy In Youths Com panion y An Army Wife BY CAPTAIN CHARLES KING ICopyrleiteJ byf Tennyson NcelyJ SYNOPSIS Chapter I1annlo Mclane n young widow Is Invited to vUll tho Ornftomi at Fort SedtfWlek Her nlfltor tries to dIll Hitudo her as Kandolpfi Merrlnm whom she hail Jilted for old tclDrw and hU bride arm ittntlomd there Chapter Illunnlo MrLnnoH woddliiR causes family fctHiiK A few montlm later Mhc while travd1K with her husband injotH Morrlam on hll weddlrK trip Chapter III Htrm time previous to this McrrUm hind gone on u KuVfrnrnunt mr vcy fallen III and had been nursed by Mr Trmnulno and daughter Jlorunci It Is during the convaleiMlnK porlod that the eorlversntlon with which tt next chap t tor opens takes place between Cupt Tic mulna and hla ntf- eelIAl1III 111 Covnxuii You know he wn enjjngci toiwme belycoat anti It wu broken oil raid MrsI Trcniiilne ntl I lutilnt bought of danger iintl JuM it day or tWO agol NollIf Ires gliing next week us he ayniid IIIhe hams luirned to cure for him what can Ir do Ik in going next 1rchraid 1rmulnc Me told me yesterday he might to go nosy yllnd to K unto It- was Wtflls Ivan forbade Hut lIm tOil nlwnyH liked Mcrriuin and HIIMU hiv lleve In him Our Florence might lo worn1 pat Mut tau you understand the said do you rcnlic that JuM frcin proems ly perhaps Florence may hue learned to curator him while lie is + till blnklng of hit lost love You mean that you think It all jFloniieeI amid not McrrinmV he nkcd ilnrttng back anil holding lvf tram him nml looking tIth iimne and In credulity into her eat straight Into bar anxious tearful face Vliy Dot it I lllt pOMlblelI ShlIld lit IIIIIKt have Icarnrdtocnre fotIIlIr It couldnt be utherwlne Only I hadnt thought of Floy oxetvpt na n child and I wnnt trtepa ed Like tnnnv anotlur father to vhmn n daughter isi as the tipple or till eye rrnunliic eondet nt fjiult no failing ill Isis child To him site WIIK the fairest t an sit was the best foiideBt mow lutiitl girl in the whole army One of liin favorite plans had beui to take UIT 1i 11tat Point tlio jircvlnui iniuuer unit let her at he snits to hliuelf iaralyze the term Olio of the swat- dreams he land often drwuncd wns of the evening vlien wit h lloreiuie on his 4irinjjlu tdiuntd reeiiter the old mrss hull wrIchlii liiul not vlsllod Jlncflt arils bravely deuked for the liSth of AnguM hop the year nf hits marring lit had promised to take her thither for the gnidliatliiff bull anti had pictured her its the belle of the occasion sought pnrtmicrtorwnltt yesathc wnll the most perfect creature that ever lived or moved Ids our mix lets wmis leaf the boys In pray nhvay 7 Bitkceptlblc nhoulil forget that Floy was only u child null tall in love with her forthwith It never occurred to him as possibility thnt Ploy In her turomlglit loll In love slut there wax no dellclons visit for Florence to the Point thnt year a Tie moment examlnnttonx were ever at school her mother started with her for tho fur event andTroiimine uwt tilicm at Santa Felunetlon Then trO- ll brief week nt Sedjfwlek they hind Htnrtcd for the cantonment anti there f had led their uneventful life until the coming of Handy Merrlnm prostrate with the drays of another tune And tinny while Florence was In teals nod IIlthting In her pretty room above talfs tlijn errant erring Invalid warrior with no word or sign of being himself xofely heart smitten wns determinedly tnlklnff of going bnekforthwitJi to the mountain trails Trcmnlnc would net hot hlR beloved helpmeet lenkteither fullytiiicanf to say more words than bite to JArrmi himself and then lie be thfcnirtit faun of DnlrympTc and tune fondue 4r6ck that doughty major Uonned whenever he snMlixl forth to riskl r thti titpntlon of OMalley dashing U dragoon and this rellectlon gave x t J 1 iiVo- JIt JiltpltMer JeltTerby accident or clc lfgn Uiohekrt otlii precious child had became wrapped up in Merrlam then irerrlnm should not leave the post with put an explanation Hut there wns yet time It might bt that the poor fellow was really sore imilttcn himself and henrtIhltnllllfItars buggy land with that excellent practitioner was enjoying a drive The one timing Wells could not Understand vent tbatwhili his patient rapidly gainw in health fieph and appetite he seemed tjotodroop In spirits Not one word had hd been told of Merriams broken eh jjageiifent beyond what Mrs Trcmalne hall Imparted and she could give but scanty Information Mcrrlam wax grateful for all the care and attention lavished upon him grateful for return hag strength for sunshine fresh air and the brisk drive along the shores of the winding Catamount but Merriam was silent stalled hut seldom and laughed not nt all Merrlan vax plain ly troubled and that night when Mr Tremaine asked her friend the doctor how IlL patient enjoyed the drive that gentleman replied tint If it did him good he gave no sign I believe said he that Merrinms In love and thats why 1 manor understand hienglr Iss to get back to his troop And the mother leaped with hope She too haul hind other plans for Florence than that slit fdiould marry a subaltern officer herselfii I could not have been without some per i suasion some pleading on his part It i must be tthat he wns the first to love and to plainly slants It I That night Florence wits very quiet j She rend aloud lo her father as was her custom and cluing to him as he kissed her goodnight Merriaut hail gone early to his room as though fatigued by the drlor rendered drowsy by the muicciisloiricd motion lu the air Some where about three in the morning there was an unisun sound of voices III ex rites talc near time guardhouse and Tivinnlne invoke and was dreeing liur rledly when ptictepr camr up the walk and tJie ncireaiit of the gunril with a dustcovered courier stunts nt his dour They here a note from Whit tnker A 1I r 1grbw hnd rrcnrred be tween sninpoTiiietroopI and a party nf miners ii nil prospectors nvlio hind been camping near them fur ihvvv days PtnU were tUvwn with this taint that one miner was killed two troop lr1 mad one prospector were seriously perhaps mortally wounded uiid sev trill others wore Injured Could Dr Well rune out to titan at once for a- few hour at least anti was Mcrrlam able to ride The young prospector who win so seriously wounded laud begged to see him ns he had important hfnnmition for him aid bade them tell Mr Mcrriam that his name WIIJJ Melnnc a sin of the plant who about to marryiIlss Has ward A pen ciled note in a cloned envelope accom panied the verbalI mcsaagc for McrriomI Florence listening at her him if open door as the captain rend Whittnkcrs dispatch aloud to her mother shrank back to her hedttlde covered her fact with lira hands nud tank to her knees It was tints slit was foundl n few mo ments Inter Merriam aroused by till unaciMiKtnmcd Hounds had lighted his caudle nod partially drcyiicd came forth lulU the brod hallway of the commanding officers quarters ants Tremaine met and gave hint the mes sage and the note which littler Handy eyesloI thou turned sharply to Tremnlilc Vow sir IIve got to go and go III once when Wellx tines then turned and hurried to his room The captain himself aroused his post surgeon told hint time rewH nod bade him see nnd Billet Menlain us soon UK possible The dawn wan breaking mind the rosy light was in the eastern sky when till doctor reached his patient trading him fully dressed timid rapidly Slowing In his snddlchitgs till supple nrtlcles of nsoldlerH toilet This nottfit to stir isaid lie nut his determinaI tion oozed when Merrinm with white hue turned nnd raid More thus my lifeH at stake her- edoctorits a womniiH honor timid Im going live or tile CHAPTKH IV Strange to nay the journey luck to the Mcsenlero seemed to benefit rather than Injure Merriam The doctor vain ly endeavored to restrain hlHltu In duce him to shorten till long days marches but Merrlnm declared he was never HO well as when in the saddle nud that nothing wearied him so much ns uniting If anything he seemed less jaded than his physician when on the third tiny they reached the bivouac of the little command nUll Hilly Vht taker welcomed them to n supper of bacon and frijoles anti calmed Mer rlninH feverish Impatience by the news that the civilian who hnd KO desired to Mi him was still alive conscious bnt slrithug rather than gaining Them n ers cmnp was n lurte away The lend liiid been burled and the fond dropped with the brief prayers with which the bulletriddled body was consigned to eovth Wells first duty lay with two troopers who wore ts bitter 1111 thoII anal no morsel of fooil passed Ids J tt tIi r until lie hind inlnlstcrca to them Then Merriam hud to walt until he bad swal lowed some coffee tad then taking Vhlttakcr with them they rode for ward to n branch of the canyon where ut nightfall they came in view of the fires of tho little camp Wells made prompt examination of the wounded nun and carte out front the rude nhel tcr under which he limy glanced ut hlttnker nnd shook his head Pres catty v tan u dazed look on his face Merrinm reappeared 1 IlillliV said he Htand here and see tint there Ire no eavesdroppers 1lolOw sumo of this poor fellows people und he has mes sages to send The two or three liming crson tools the hint nnd slouched away I mummy need you to witness his state ment iInter1 ill whispered Come In If I call but let no one else hear UK For half nn hour thc low murmur of voices came from within the shack ns darkness settled down upon the scene ttlIlIlIInlllolllllcnmpjnntcrii they knelt beside the pill let of till dying man You know both these gentlemen by reputation at least said Merrinm gently though his eyes were gleaming his lips quivering rind his hands trembling with some stiong and strange emotion In their presence I desire you to tend over this statement that I have written from your dictation If its entirelyI right say M sign It anti they will witness your signature but will have no knowlI edge of its contents For a few minutes hardly a sound nave the deep breathing of three power ful soldierly mIll and the feeble gasp lug of the sufferer broke the stillness of the rude shelter The wounded man lay propped on Merriams shoulder but through weakness from his long Illness and the mental excitement of Use mo ment the latter trembling grew wi nurked that Whlttakcr quickly slipped his left arm under the drooping head nod drew his friend away Mclanc seemed to gain strength from the vigor of this new support though hi could do no more than whisper thanks Present Ily he beckoned to Merrinm mid pointed lo n limp on time page- I will she way over IH he Egan hen Merriams hand wns slipped over his month Ill make any corrections you wlnh but do not spenlc of what is lif and with IK fountain IhIInlllII a u urI nnd wrot1 another wtlCIo not epoiU of vbot Is taoro sufferer nodded It Is all right only he whispered nnd taking tit pen wns lifted to n halfalt ting posture tout richly scrntchily wrote as follows Mobil Harold McLnnc Jr aged W borni lone I IS07 Sacramento Cal Died sum IKtill Mvsenero moun talus N M Then dropping the pen he fell back to his rude pim pant lug 111111texhausted Wells quickly gave him Btimuluiit then he tutu Whittnker nHivcd their names ns witnesses A mo ment Inter while the surgeon rciriiined with his lint ieutt tin1 two young officers clasped hands outride Youre weak as n child yet1 Handy What IIs It old boy MyI JoiHj I cant afford to he weak now Wits the fierce answer IIve got to mtettodnas I never did befoie How mug should it take our nest rider our lightest rider to reach till railway Telegrams must go east at ont IfI he take the hall trail the one you ensue In by from Scdgwleh live days and nights least count If he go around by the cantonment for fresh horses perhaps nexen My Hod my God h herled Merrinm longYoureI 10 orders but that courier must start before moonrise tonight Dont ask me to tell you why And within tin hour with a sealed packet addressed to Capt Lawrence Ilayne th infantry Fort Sedgwlck n slim little Irish trooper was loping nil alone jauntily back toward the valley of tin Bravo smaekinghiships In antici pation of the good llqdor awaiting him at Santa Fe Junction till moment his nightshindhrough n desolate almost desert mud stopping only when necessary to feed mutt water nUll rub down his horse humid his little fire nmKcook his slab of bacon nUll brew the battered pot of coffee and snatch such sleep under the Mars as was possible braving Indians laitlcRnakeh or mountain lions without n tremor for the sake of nn Irishmans pride In his troop his love dangerous gonlltlmontmother tiny aid a ratio praye was dug in the canyon and the doctor rend the simple service of the church over r I 1 4 i 4 II a rr tt Y F thp shrouded formiof t io younbproa4f Ieotor and then ngains that doctor wishes hit not without his reluctant consent Lieut Merriam with nn escortl of two troupers started In person to ride by the shortest traiftoSedgwick It was now the qthor Jjtne ItwouhJ d take lilui neatly a week to reach anti cross the Santa Clara It might take him eight days to Scdgwlck and every hour seemed a day Meantime Dr Wells set about having litters made for the two wounded troopers nnd by the tenth of the month had them safely in hospital nt the cantonment IIe round1 Trcmalne looking anxious even angered Mrs Tremaine troubled on more than one account apparently and Flor ence pale and languid Dill Mr Merriam scjd no letter asked Mrs Tremaine fitter he had told something of their experiences There was no time to write lie begged me to give you his love nnd grIt Mule to give it to mill nuts1 to say he would write in furl the moment begot to Sedgwick Oh yes he Is better much better hilt the nervois strain may bring on a return of tle fever said the doctor Something of solemn consequence Wells knew not what had carried Merriam leek to tlie rail way lie might have to go east at one Hut Handy never reached the railway Tiny ime received and rents in startled amac the contents of the pocket brought by the courier nod sent nt once from the Jmnction two telegraphic messIgesout to Mr Ned Parry of the Inn of interne Hnyhurn tC Parry of Chicago the other to Mr Abraham Mellen New York city received froir the latter neither acknowledgment nor reply and front the former the brief words The marriage took place IS hours ago- 11bthoiit any delay taking only a single orderly Capt Ilayne rode away northwestward past the Sumo Clara past the od Mission and so mountain ward until the blue harrier of the Mes calero turned to gray and green mind almost within Its shadows just as the second setting sun dropped behind its massive crest he tact the trio from the Catamount Merriam a haggard hilt determined rider far in the lead There was 10 time for salutation 11balI niswcr demanded the lieu tenant abrupt and with wide burn lug lhluodshotye Too IIIIti said Ilayne too late by IS hours You dont mean gasped Mrriiam that thy are mal rlt1 already Thats what Parry wires was tin brief response Heros the dispatch For a mnmit Merrinm silt in saddle II ilnxed fttupciicd look In iris bloodless face Then ha eyes clocd mud he seenicll about tosuonn lla lie sprang from his panting horse just as Mcr riiims wearied escorts came lumbering to the spot Together they lifted him from his scat nud hon him to a little panda of grass bullied his temples from their canteens and gave him a gontte of cognac They made what frontier troops tall a dry camp that night just tlitre where the two parties tact There was fuel n little grass tint no water beyond what they hail in their canteens and with the contents of one of these Ilayne brewed n pot of tea while one of the men cooked their fru galI supper They needed no other cano py than that of till heavens in tint rare dry atmosphere nod with tic stars rill night lights nrd the waning moon to peep In upon their slumbers Inter mill querulous slept or seemed to sleep tint dawn Twicel Ilayne awoke to Und Merrinm staring with burningcyesnt the radiant vault aloft hilt he wanted nothing needed nothing He could not sleep for thinking he explained and when the morning came the fever was IItlm him again anti Corporal Tracy gallopii longdaystor from the cantonment a mid with Vels erase time ambulance Ihean toiinirnt lay 50 miles away to the north Sidgwlck a hundred to till southeast i It was the nearest port in the storm This time Tremaine would hove had ulryh08pitai hnlnUhllilmust hurt his old room under our roof beforeexceptFlorence Hut when after ten days of horning inntlalph11errinm Whlflhi I ltawgood I name he whispered tine first thing hII longfor i her I cone ITO nn coNTinunn1 i lib Parting Admonition The f tookplacea disputed will ease Old Pllrllngndmonlton I lie never 1Ie much anytame I I nrean to fay what were his hart wordsThey dont youTheyl saidthethey con holecourtOh i l the reply Father ImgonelrguttbleH1t 1 l- r il t P17 GENT PARAGRAPHS l1e41 anticipate every fist yours SheWeJl I wish ywJ thatTotbathingwi1Ada J pane i i1hci1 throwyoB pjWouldwnrorwnltunmjhcMB fore of course said the jirunetu penslonrTowitlepics ftJ Mere Upstairs Little Ht1nnllguess the Hockachiips havent been WlnnleWh3 V ocloeksupperNe First Little UlrIUm Weve got houseSecond housetoa thatssbadPrinters Fault Watts = How do f ofShakespearesI my idea that It arose fro inthc prlnterJ not knowing the use of the dash wheo7i iIndbanapolislournnl jHkplooI ter with the treat Are you trying to poison me It must have been the thegeonQtlcmnnI I bitter sectnrlanCinelnnatl Kn quirerFather said n cobblers lad us he was pegging away at an old shoe with n longing glance at the stream that wimpled past the cabin door they say that trout bite goof now Well well replied the old gentleman you stick to your work and they wont biteyou Household Words Y NEW GERMAN SABBATH The Mornl of It Socinx lo tic Either fio lo Church or Slug Suffly ijj OJIIIt member the Sabbath day InBer bin one IIs nut very likely to forget ll When we read thl1 newest police reg i illations affecting the outer observ 4 mice of Sundays and holy days one feels that the Scotch Sabbath is noon it It is the Olusgow Sunday of slob Hoy when a mUll might be arrested for idling In kirk time The fart restrictions quoted seem mid perhaps even salutary All noisy trades and callings url forbidden dun ing the hours of morning sierviee so far as they interfere with the Sunday restI The beer wagon may not wag and the roll wagon may not roil the furniture van roust not rumble down the peace fill streets and people may not change j1 houses on Sunday morning Hut wh Jthat could pay his rent would want to u Soon however we curie to a stricter i ruling On Sunday days of penitence anti through Passion week private fei tivitles are forbidden If they interfere with such days Into the house the police dont exactly intrude limit if the different tints fail to agree on timelines tine then tic police right come In iigain Anti finally here is the gem ot the whole document People lire grin ciouslyI permitted to tend and water their flowers in their gardens and bal conies on any hour of Sunday except tile hours of morning Divine service then they maynt Till mural of It all seem to hllIthlgo to church or keep safely in hedPII Mall Gazette Sii ypulu lUally n Gnlluor Spain in reality loses little by this war except some ships Cubii shellacS FituadevoFi rest of the world The Philippine lwere rapidly approaching the same C condition Since the war began she has not sent a soldier nor a musket to Cuba nnd she has sonic of the soldiers already there returned to her on a pass She spont some money In tolls i for time passage of her fleet through tbe f Suez canal but the crews can say with time old whaler captain In the story that though they did not get anyoil they hudII mighty fine sail tier g colonies have never been in the tVuo sense outlets for superfious population J nor yet commercial feeders They have been a source deepseated civil corruption Spain has a large Indus trlous and thrifty home population a f 1ngrlculturIt1l3minerals Her coast population are H admirable sailors and she is favorably totj situated for commerce If she will abandon her medieval methods there is no reason why In ten years slit rOUteen lh century Hartford CouranU I y- 1Ithetntnns sloth I swear to the people of the ietber nods to observe and maintain the fun Ininciiini laws in the constItUtlODtbfl I swear to defend and to preserve best or my ability the independence ate t r the integrity or time kingdoru to guard public and individual liJxrlUe J 0- as wen liS the rights of nil time tusk of f JtterJngthe means which the law places at disposal DS It Is the duly of a kqueen to do And may God help thlaLadles Home Journalf M rc t a1 fcfc AND INDUSTRY j rteereL nQIfor the salts in thl the whole sea would soon i mauof corruption owing itS decayof the organic matter it COD ordinartiffy 1 MVtftr on exploding expand + I OOOO times or fills a apace thi tkJarger as a gas than when in a Met form Tj frequently observed that a j f uifcrnt comes on red objects lea rcolor sooner Ulan others 1inally arogblack while other colors arF- I i fU Tiilble- A German biologist has calculated J tat the human brain contains 300 OO nerve cells 5000000 of which jjtud are succeeded by new ones rtetf day At this rate we get an on r tirtly new brain every 00 days VhlIe building the railway up the fatis Gorner Grat about 10000 feetfifM tbore sea lerelit was ascertained that lit altitude and mountain sickness reseed the laboring capacity of thus e by onethird i The bead has 77 muscles eight foi- Ue eyes and eyelids one for the nose tight for the lips eight for the jaw 11i fftrtbe tongue 11 for the larynx 11 foi- df ear 17 for motions of the head andi ask one to move the hairy scalp one fbathe eyebrows An explosive of great power is Mall r pouring liquid air containing 40 tc percent of oxygen on granulated 1 ifOOd charcoal mixed with cotton wool Ii iblckcardboard enses it retains ih Bplosive power for live to ten iiiin ttti It Is being tried at Munich an iai coal mint nt Iensburg He plan rf Ilcrr Carl Wagcncr foi milling smoke consists in the use o I plrerled coulI and a specialI ftcdci illch sifts the dust ever tin entire Ire causing it to be at once inflamed1 without smoKc and with very little ash This also elVeits a considerable saving ilfuel and opens n way for utlilzlng tk waste coal dust of mines and store I places NAMED AFTER BISMARCK j kith of the Trent SditoNinnn Itocnll the Iiiiiniliic of a lnUntil Tinvn iThe death of BIsmarck recalls tc lied the fact that the capital of Xortl Dakota was named In his honor Thii ell done not because of any irrinai Kltle incut In that vicinity but be axle of a desire on the part of the firtctorsof the Xorthern Pacific Hall toad company to recognize his great bUllies displayed in the IraneoPrusson war An added reason no doubt tll the fact that German noel Aus trian capital had been secured for the Jirtjiern Pacific railroad and it was 0 wmpliinent to these investors also The crossing of the Missouri river b till pioneer railway company was a proud step nodat this time 1871 His sucks was the greatest name in the political world To the letter notify greatkceellorreplygerltaMor yourterHX of a rcsjlutlon of the board of dl ItallroTIpanWny that5aloeAbegenoxenmyzcerecemplllIatveryntlefull speaktitheM country and to those Interests which Cmon to nil rialoris Accept logcth prosperityd7onr tiiktcetuldtratlenV I3ISMAIiCIiLauell I northern Pacific iiniimni nnmn New orJeTbll Unltectstu5lncI6tpostgeesreceivectflsnane smulltcuconaegneneeIlostonTranscript To Arrnnjjc llrlonIlrnc Authorities upon decoration declare t culminatingtpt roomMlry culminating mnntellurallfplacethe ofk1f1 the thjeWalntnt5j requiresM1sirongI halfatdpatI nad5ierereri csqulBitcly clean Ladies Homerinal- m It f kNmen IllseraItI that the only two countries iitt lrmnen ore the lenders and men adlng strings arc Franca and the ted commenttbtAmericanginutterlyy ignorant ns rankingftetfl In business is her husbands ri intoa r trllnsnctlonstrltles paocenpiedEngxotneneducnJi9elucntCdmJlleaebools Se glI y jJc ELLFROISCAFO rJr etaldWaCerttiwne N itYoung qf ltoyN YYe iiold trasod it Nell knotru in that and neighborins towns While putting boudon some weather scaffoltwentydizzy loot his balance and fell to the ground fey iThe side or his face lideofstruck were badlybruised Picked up and carried to thehouse he was under a doctors sevsthee A drecelvedIItroke a o- paralysl and was be ydndmedi cal aid lie could no- useonearm t or turn over in bed One day while Ilying- on the bed he readof a case some likehisf Yyirr Ill call cornwithgetblmthreweeksarmattlngersa antfwilli1 officeheI tarries a box of the pills in his pocket and hlakes1esnctcd gad given him up and his death was daily All the elements necessary to givei new life shottercel PakdI are an unfailing specific for partinl1IRhgin rheumatism nervous headache the after effects of la grippe palpitation of the heart pale and sallow complexion all forms of weakness either in male or female A SMALL BOYS SCHEME He IIinl mi idea Aliiuit IKKH AVIilcl- iIrtiinlHcil irSpltinllil Urniilt to- UN Ml nil A small boy who is not familiar with rural1 ways was taken by his fund mamma for n brief stay iu the country On a farm in a neighboring county he waxed fuT and sunburnt and picked up a experiencesOne5 mother s cggginSo the very first opportunity the mother said to the six veai old My1 dtw what ltd you do with those eggs you took front the hen house Oh mamma replied the boy 1 didnt want von to know about it Why itball right said mamma I only want to gnaw what my boy did with them- II hill thm in the stable said the little fellowAnd what or- Paige its my scheme Your schemeI And1 whatI is your scheme Why you see mamma said the little philosopher when eggs is bnrncd in a chicken house they is always little chickens nn I link if they was horned in a stable dey might be little finrsec It iis needles to add that up to the time of his leaving the farm the miracle was still unaccomplished Cleveland Plain Dealer TIcUuU When a manufacturer has succeeded int making his name a guarantee of the excel lence of his hoods he has reached the highest point attainable ill the commercial world As an example the name of Will San sot R Sons on any fabric is a guarantee of the highest standard of quality color and liti- slei Every piece of their goods bears a ticket on which appears the name William Simpson S Sons This insures the quality Dealers who have sold and women who have bought and worn the material made by that house are assured of the excellence of every piece of goods which bears the name and the women of the United States who have worn Simpsons prints as long as they can remember are still wearing them and will nat urally insist upon having the goods bearing that particular name on the ticket because they give Lra most perfect satisfaction IudekinsDid you tell your slater Im here 1 Freddy Yep Dmlckin rWhat did she say FreddyShe said The ulcalruth Papas JdcJJI what is ll- still small voice Rlarap the voice i which your mother makes suggestions to the cookChicago Xow e ProfessorWhat 11npCcfM to gold when ii- Is it exposed to the air lt after long reflectionIts stlenTitUlIIII Mrs Murray Give me tin chits wort nv ham GrocerSugarcured madam Mrs MurrnvNo I want some Shut has nivir bin disazed Judge o There is some analogy between the Amer lean campaign in Cuba mud the Anglo Egyptian campaign in NubiR remaried the snake editor to the horse editor wsoV You know that we hind to issue rations to the Cubans lest Well Gen Kit chcncr gave the dervishes a roastPitta burgh ChronicleTelegraph raveled Barber Took my holiday a- weeks ago sir three days on the Continong rir Antwerp etc Customer Anl Then you saw the Hotel dc trine and all the sights Traveled narberHotcl do trine Ah 1m Well we thought it was a hotel but Ifc isnt and when we called for drinks the old lady said we couldnt have any IunIWhen Europe finally decides to disarm he said thoughtfully NyclirMhe said I paused Spain have the satsfaction of knowing that so for as she is concerned part of tier work ill already done Cheag0 Evening Post 1 Chollie says he in in favor of expansion How on earth did he ever happen to haven idea on the Iont know but I think it struckhim as something nveUIndlnnnpoJi al Wife John lait true that you invited rooks soldier lover to my Birthday dinner our Huibind Certainly I did not want him to get the best nomUi of every d1 bIiceJ1de l1aiatcr j It + t cr t0 t t tiWHAT THEY EXPECT Aa laiUacc of the Uarcasoaafele Kit lIeeatler Seme New Women rathertregardherselfBut herImornlngmindlsayinggethatthc doesnt knob dont what courtesy and gcntlemanlineis is bigavery of new opposedness itswhathasIctwhenitcouldhehisseatThat is wrong isnt IU returned the big brother Its Contemptible selfishness thats what it answeredThe is in possession ofaseat coursedoes oftbethinRJIVhI grievantelineWhats nakedMau up explainedOivcuphlsseatr discoveredthatgreat big brute of a man hasnt chivalry nnd courtesy enough to let up from his desk how politely amidsay3liulmm permit me to offer rightonlunithigroundfor onfai islloyevcr nholllthAtliningantialadymightylard PRACTICAL KINDNESS One Hundred TliotiNiiml iratiful Sol lIerN These war times have tried mens souls in many unexpected ways but like n shaft of MiiiHliinc anti good cheer out of the cloudl of privation and endurance inns been the work that The American Tobacco Co has done among the U R Soldiers and Sailor ever since the wIn beganfor when they discovered that the camps nod hospitals were not supplied with tobacco they de cided to provide them free of cost with enough for every non and have already given outright to our Soldiers and Sailors over sue hundred thousand pounds of list Ax Plug and Dukes MixtureI Smoking Tobacco and have bought nod distributed fifty thousand friar wood pipes at n total cost of between fifty nod sixty thousand dol Lars This work has been done quietly and Jleodlluarterllinhospital call1PIM Initcd States Army has been supplied with enough tobacco for thirtyInitrrlshared with the soldiers this most welcome of nilrationIVrhiijH it will be only fair to remember when Wl hear the remark again that corporations have no snots that there is one American corporation whose soul has teen tried and limns not been found wanting in practical kindiiccs 1VhybegirlNTheres something crooked about the humsl liiatlnfiifturerChicagoDaily Did iie tell his love bywordof mouth Well not exactly by woIIo1I Topics Another pugilist gone wrong hes dead Hullalo Times Mrs trilling incidents in pronsHpoiitbcstalrslIftlnffduringmcn Btruution standing at a counter running n sewing machine or at tending to the most ordinary tasks may result in displacement and a train of serious evils is started The first of such trouble should be tho signal for quick action Dont let tho condi tion bcctsio chronic through neg lect or a mistaken idea that you can overcome it by exercise or leaving it alone n a I f d I up i 11 tJ 1 4 J p 1IJ u i iJ I q t tf i I tvv t n Ti 11I f it In a more or less aggravated form Few diseases are more painful to the Individual or more far reaching In their elects on human life and happiness What the dys peptic needs is not local treatment not mere temporary The real need la the toning up of the entire spstem For tffy the system and It will do nl own flght tug and Promptly elect any intruding diseaset The success of Dr Ayers Sana parilla1 In curing and e its Is due to just this quality which itpossesses of renewing the vital forces repairing the waste Anti loss of the body The ordinary treatment brings the toed down to the level of the wreak Ir Ayers Harsaparllln puts strength into the stomach and brings it up to the level of the strong food fit for men It doe this by the entire system The stomach cannot stay nil the Kalnlng strength What Ir Ayers t3fII parIII I w111 do for dyspep sla is best Illustrated In eases like that of MS Hhlelds Meridian hiss Mr Shield had got down to the last level of dyspepsia Slut let him his own story t I 1or years I WM afflicted with dyspepI Istn which gradually grew worse until I could eat nothing but bread and potatoesI 11 =r Two DinVriMit VltMVH Site was a young lady and nat unilly had many admiicru of the so called st rorger sex One evening one of them called and the chancre to drill toward another I think Mr Davis is quite an youni man she observed Oh you do snared the other Why yes she replied It toms to me that he iill a very hard thinker on many im portant subjects Well now that I to consider it retorted tile undaunted rival of Mr Davis I believe you are right I never knew n nun who thought with HO munch Chi ago Evening News fur llio Invalid I would be dead than as I am Phy icianAh madam you should live live Detroit Jour nal IIIN Tlrown Isnt a I itin word Smith Yes I think it IIICIIIIH money to burn or like that Puck InklliK TliiMti 1nofnl There are too nun people who use their friendsas coaling statioiiH Atchison Kan Globe ceding France Hcnnett No to n man to whom she owes a coal man thould always br with just enough work nnd trouble to mind ofT the pimple on his nose Globe A mans meaning is the MIIIIC during court How was your amateur opera It was so poor that it was really n How Tasks Mcy Health More than million women have t health by the use of Lydia L1 E do not understandwrite to Mrs at Lynn Mass for her advice and few timely words from her will show you tho right thing to do This advice costs you but it may mean lifo or or both Mrs MAIL BENNETT 314 Annlo St Bay Mich writes to Mrs 111 can hardly find words with which to thank you for tho good your have done mo For nearly four years suffered with of tho andorgans nil tho pains that female A friend told my bout your Com pound and ho mo homo two bottles After thew I felt much Lotter but though that I Iti BRIAD POTtAT Jif fiI1aiIt1 Dyspeptics daily diet Iti J TI it prenlentodfaeuu stimulus stomach weak when tell iDixl rich g r would write to you In to my case and you do not know how I am to you for your advice and for tho hare from tho use of your I write this letter for the good of my sisters Tim abovo letter from Mrt is the of many have been to health by Lydia E Mrs 14O Jr 4 rf a i n J p aI il JI J 1I r a seasene pall d drtftk ollIFf 4 tkat a trfB too much of even these caused terrible suffering In the regions of the stomach t darting pains back of the eyCl sightTheonlpwayIcould tItlug Finally I had uch a severe atta X that the entire left aide of my bony felt numbaud this condition I was taken to roonfubco lIsctousand none of the many remedies I took did t me any good At last n friend mr with a bottle of Dr Ayers 8ar aparillA and before J had used laU of It I could see a decided change for the better I utitthree bottles and was so that for four year I have not been trout eel with the old but am rugged and and able to eat anything that cas be eden It would be to say too much In of nrAyers 8arsa a rllla and I would not give one bottle olt ludMirsuSLusMaridian B Try Dr A ers If you are dyspeptic II you want more to M the value of the medicine get IrAyera Curebook It Is unit free ou rtquesf by the J C Ayer Co Lowell IMIMIMINNINIMIMINIMIMINUIMININININIMININIMININIMIMIMINIMIN NININIMIMIMININIMININININININIMINLINININ i ly DONT BORROW TROUBLE f7 ouYaI SAPOLIOi f TIS CHEAPER IN THE i iIINIMIMININININIINININININININIr11NINININIMINININININININ NININININININI111MLINININININUIIMINININININIa1M chnrming conversation intellectual come difficulty Doctor rather Attending IInllerlct millennium Homcthing SpliinIsupplied keelIIIIJ IxllIM1IInParadoxical Cincinnati Knciurer MANY FEMALE ILLS RESULT NEGLECT Pinkham Tolls Produco Dlsplaoomonta That Threaten Womono Apparently indication Indigestion regained Pinlchams Compoun- dJftheslightcsttroubleappcarswhichyou Pinkham nothing City Pinkham remedies weakness generative continual backache headache sldcachc accompany weakness husband Vegetable brought talcin S JJ A strengthening otherorgansare billfuck- A perforinancey ttROM Ordinary Vegetable happiness regard thankful benefit received medicine suffering Bennett history womcnwho restored Pinkluun Vegetable Colapeitad Ask Wiklami AdvkcA trD WHI H1S jtf alhUeaitkial bceameQbs stteade4 partially paralysed presented comttclely hearty Impolllbte praise flnrsnpnrllln testimony END Unpresstom WOIIII complaint DYSPEPSIAI Iornlxyrara 1 wu a victim or lT M iicpsilii In Iu worst form 1 could cut nothlni I atotbegun tatdou tAStAHKTS and ulnco then I Imvo Ntcndily Improved until 1 am as well us lover eras In my Ilte- DAVIRI 11 Muiirnr Newark O CANDY CATHARTIC r TMAOI suits Rsoisnnso IMeatnnt IBlMnblo Potent Taste hood Do loud 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ndaadsarep dl88twoIlcntblr1MN bJtAYC7S17o 1uJP UIIfIaItltIt ttlTMSDROPSYQ r fUel Btndfor book of Ommonhsk and JIaa- cac ar Yrten R N SwMeap IIBa1MNts IJar 45 AKMVCRCIrmaiwGE- SIAALEIOLDMININISNMEL J WRITE r 1 Melt jla y I I f A N Kz A v IU j WilE Y WNI1IKU fjfJa111fdit1i11Mclear alaNI1Mut YYII 4 tct 1dt y I i ra a tp- e N i TIE HERALDf l f faNuOIllD Utter HAZEL CRECN KY THURSDAY November I 1808 FOR GOVERNOR P WAT DIN OF HABBODSBUBQ I DEMOCRATIC TICKET 0FOR CONGBESllOru DISTRICT Ion BOS Y Filzjialrl OF FLOYD COUNTY POLITICAL POTPOURIiI Vote early and got every other patriotic citizen to do the same d lIt seems that Captain Carter has too many millionaire kin over to boconvicted 4t Tho record which proves Captain Carters hugo steals disappeared from Secretary Algors dogk What next Every indication points to Dem ocratic victory throughout the United States Over confidence is our only danger Got out and do your duty 0 Republican success at the polls thus fall involves the rule of Amor ion by a foreign money power Who but nn ignorant blinded bigot can sanction such a scheme- re If thorn was nothing else at stake than the preventing the passage oCI the Gage bill that is enough to bring every honest voter to tho polls on election day No CJngo bill I III I Tho War Dopartment is investi c gating itsolf but those who trII themselves always find a verdict of aequittal If tho people wait on honest investigation they must i elect Democratic House to make i it The womb of tho Republican partys banking bill contains tho I oinbryo forum animated by that spirit which hue over boon thoI deadly foo of human liberty It should bo rondo to fall stillborn by freemens ballots on election day f Uanna and Algor hnvo rushed to 1 tho rescue of the Republican con gressional committee Time bankers i and army contractors are pour ing into their cotTers untold wealth with which to again humiliate tho country by monstrous corruptions of tho ballot box 0V No voice but that of Democracy is raised in this election to shield Ul oppressed of our land from the deadly blow of financial dos potism about to bo struck by tho Shylocks of tho world through tho instrumentality of Hannn Repub I licanism Go to tho poUStI fw1 What humiliation nn Abraham Lincoln Republican must feel when h ho finds himself classed by tho side a of the Big Four criminals of Amer ican politics llunnn Algor Quay and Platt These four are tho mow who govern the Republican party sad dictate its every action 0 If the next House should bo Ro publican they would pass tho Gage bill to bo followed by n monster banking trust tho trust of trusts t whioh would swallow not only tho business mon but tho country banks as well Go to tho polls and tee that your neighbors do so fI w ilf i3- e 4F A I TdniTonis IMM Vrtfci Mate II iMriwu Clothed with the right of elective franchise on the 8th day of Nov emitter next youwill be called upo to exerciso highest duty of cit izenship Upon your action de i ponds the control of the next Houso of Representatives of Congress Every vote for a Republican can didato will be an endorsement of tho Republican policy and an approval of tho record mado by the last congress Tho Republican party has como to be tho agent of the trusts tb great corporations and tho gran banks The truth of this statomen- isi borne out by tho public records of tho past 30 years Since tho close of tho civil war every demand of the money power made ofon gross while under Republican rule has been substantially complied with and every demand of tho poo plo substantially denied At tho dictation of tho money power tho legal tender money putout during the war was destroyed whereby prices wore cut in twain By legislation hostilo to silver and treasury notes tho volume of th currency has boon kept so Iimite- that prices have again been cut in twain since 1873 so that during a period of 30 years by moans of financial legislation tho producers i and laborers of tho country have boon impoverished while the wealth of the rich has been quadrupled By moans of this legislation moro titan fifteen billions of wealth cro ated by tho thirty millions whoI live upon the farms has been trans furred from thoso who produce fl to the coffers of tho rich Tho Republican party opposed an income tax oven in time of war They passed tho Dingloy bill intentionally framed so as to favo- the groat trusts which have con tributed millions of dollars to thoI Republican campaign fund In the lust congress they surren Bored to tho Pacific railway steal corpornHons taxing the trusts They authorized tho issuance of five hundredmil lions of bunds when there was the slightest necessity for any issu Thoyhavo abandoned international 1 thoroughly standard Thoso appointed to ollico in tho army wore tho suns of tho rich or dictated by those with a political pull Tho worthy raid competent were turned down for tho ignorant and tho incompetent resulting in more sickness suffering and death Spanish For tho great wrongs done our volunteers no ono is punished Only whitewashing committees holding star chamber proceedings aro organized to cover up tho out rages and excuse if not justify crime fast sums of money have Leon wasted in extravagant contracts given out to special favorites or to corporations which make political spoculnlionsI mystoiouslytho War Department Only a Democratic congress can bo expected to investigate those wrongs and bring tho guilty to tho punishment Tile shadow of tho Gogo bill I hangs over tho country If tho next House bo Republican that bill will bocomo a law All existing federal currency save gold will bo destroyed Tho entire circula tion of tho country will bo in tho hands of tho banks to whom tho sovereign prerogative of issuing money is to bo surrendered A buroauooracy is to be established whoso officers are to told their places for 12 yours so that three presidential terms must pass be fore they can bo dislodged Bonds are to bo issued without limit to buy tho gold with which to redeem the bank notes The government is to got out of tho government gunrontbusiness banks A monster banking trus is to bo organized to swallow up I all tho banks outside of tho groat cities for these agents of tho Roths childs are to have tho power to establish branch banks wherever they will If this monstrous con spiracy is to bo destroyed it can not bo done by returning a Repub lican majority to tho next House f It is given out from the Treasury J 4 Cr4r ip Department that the war revenue bill has come to stay So it will be if the Republicans conlnueto con trot congress If tho war revenue bill is to bo repealed if taxation is to bo made more equal if too power of tho trusts and time monopolies is to bo chocked if tho monster bank con spiracy is to be throttled candi dates who opposo tho Republican party must be elected Tho very foundation of the Republic is being sapped Tho money oligarch is in the saddle they must bo unhorsed or we aro lost everytpotgo on election day to save tho repub lie Duty calls to us Patriotism appeals to us Lot us onco moro haves government so administered as to bring equal rights to all and to give exclusive privileges to noun Let tho decree go forth that hence forth ours is to be a government not by of or for the syndicates and trusts but of by and for tho people Of tho twelve million voters in this country more than eleven mil tindLot their voices bo heard in thuu der tones on tho 8th day of November next Parsnip Complexion- It does not require nn expert to detect the sufferer from kidney trouble The hollow cheeks the sunken eyes the dark puffy circles under the eyes the sallow parsnip colored complexion indicates it A physician would ask if you had thtor over hips desire to urinate often or a burning or passtnheroit must be at onto repented or if the urine odorrWhen these symptoms are present no time should bo lost in removing the causeDelay may lead to gravel catarrh the bladder inflammation causing stoppage and sometimes requiring the draw of tho urino with instruments or may run into lirighta Disease the most dangerous stage of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers HwampHoot the great IIhladderwordyewide and it Is mi easy to get at any drug store that no ono need suffer any length of time for want of itIHowever if you prefer to first test its wonderful merits mention Tin UAZFL Qnnns HKIIAID and write to Dr Kil mer 1C Co Bin hnmpICln N Y for a sample bottle and book telling all about it both sent absolutely tree by snail All the state prophets agree that this will be an unusually severe winter JoOU WATCHESGOOD at 350B- ETTER ONES at 600 4 f ANU UlWAUOS m And Watch Repairing J OOTO FRED J HEINTZ 135 E Main- Lrxta0TON KY indtt tqt m t tWINCllEST1R KY N H WITUERSrOOX President It D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000T- his Bank solicits the accounts of merchant farmers traders and business menI generally throughout Eastern Kentucky anltoflegitimate J TAYLOR DAY Wholesale and Retail dealer In General Merchandise l mberII Estato c fReal Hazel Green Fair thFarmerse j J 0 r t i d- Ii i i l r IFLEXINGTthisor any other week ti ASK FOR 4YDO 500 1 SO- JO OOT Y i CUTPRICE SU ITS f doao m They are GreatValues iri and Beauties 11 t AT Louis Gus Straus t LEADING CLOTHIERS- LEXINGTON i KY THE GREAT NATIONAL k A1V1ILYN- EWSPAPER And your favorito homo paper THE IJfiZEL QREEJI HEIlU Both One Year for Only 8100 THEY WEEKLY has nil Agricultural Department of the hllbat s iniOUIlL merit nil important news of the Nation aM World comprehensive and reliable market reports able editorials interesting ihorti ries scientific and mechanical information illustrated fashion articles humorous pIG tires nnd instructive and entertaining to every member of every family i n gives you all thc local news political and social ktf T H E H E R Ak L yon in close touch with your neighbors and friendta the farm and in the village Informs you as to local prices for farm products theeoti tion of crops and prospects for the year and is a bright newsy welcome and iodispc sable weekly visitor at your homo and fireside ErSeiid all orders to TIIE IIEKALD 1 Qln V fID ii1ll ij E NGrOr rttTC Offers instruction in Agriculture Mechanical Engineering Electrical cginfJ k Civil Engineering three lines of Scientific Study viz Mathematical r i degreeTwentyeight and wiJ 1 and big itnndt E expenses appointees collegiate year Hoard in dormitories 225 per week in private families 2GO to 3 Boardtform books and Vnshin l yearFallPreliminary Examinations first Monday in September For catalogues and other information apply to JAMES K PATTERSONPh D LL D Preside DAY AND SWANGO SPRm 4 J PROPRIETORnOil1 1 5 1 t Dont get pcssession of Swango Springs until Decoctber I1898 but will buy and keep some on tap free for ell As L PARK HOTEL TORRENT KYJ t Permanently cared by using DR1ti1IrfEIIALLS RHEUMATIC CUBE lkeffl- r the beat Sample sent free on mention of this publication TIlE DJt Wu MFORIMINE CO South Bead Indians II r SrF 2 tax 4K r m v L V Constipation MI gal the alckDeaala Ute worJ4 It- t tile diocefOOd too I1a the torpid liver lr Hoodscbeada-choPUIaIIIIi etc Hoods fti upat1onaadautta eulbaDdbOrOUEh11 Xcdlldrnsglsr t tbyC L Hood II 00 Lowen Mass pe easy Pills to take with Hoods lian- ai par111s t i THE HERALD f f Mrs Harmon Swango is still quite ill1 aid almost helpless Mrs A C Jones of Salem visited f Dr Nickell and family Tuesday Frank Havens the grocery drummer I via a guest of tho Day House Tuesday right Undo Pres Trimblo left yesterday for r St Helens to visit his sister Mrs Eve y line McGuire Mrs Lacy of Lacy creek Morgan county is visiting her daughter Mrs John B Davis of this place Mr Simms representing tho Patton L Drug Company Catlettsburg was regis tered at tho Day House Tuesday night Miss Carrie Swango left Wednesday i morning for Mt Sterling where she wiltI spend tho winter with her grandfathert Miles Kash 4Miss Mallie James accompanied by her cousin Elsie James paid Mt Sterling filing visit Friday returning home Sunday night 1r i Mrs James Elkius of Lacy creek will please accept the thanks of the editor and his better i for seven very fine sweet potatoes sent us last week f V likinghoodstralizing the acid in the blood pernin Itnently relieves aches nUll PAINS 1 Nelse Nickell was at McCausey Monday and informs us that the wagons were there to haul the machinery to Ezol for tho new roller mill at that place iThocolored citizens of our town had ttcandy pulling at Charley Maybcrrys night and one at Dob Higgins on Monday night They report a royal time at both places John It Rose tied wife who have been boarding with John 11 Davis and wife have gono to housekeeping in the old 1Trimblo property and they deserve a good pounding t The game law does not expire until i tho loth of this month and any one who L shoots partridges pheasants etc prior to that date is liable to a heavy fine t half of which goes to the informer J People Believe what they read about Hoods Sarsaparilhl Thaw know t4 it is an honest medicine and that it cures Gct Hoods and only Hoods 4 Hoods Pills euro nil liver ills re- lIeve coustipation assist digestion 25c F A Lyon Jr located at Hcatty ville and tho leading fire insurance agent of Eastern Kentucky has a card in this I directedIs j s On Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock Wm H Cord will preach at Daysboro The topic for tho sermon will be Confessing i Christ Let everybody attend on time f The officers are nsked to havo the loaf and the wine that the Lords Supper may be partaken of Remember the a hour 2 pm Mrs Idn Cecil of Cedar Bluff Va has been hero about a month though we Were not awaro of tho fact until a few f entirelyfg c better health than when hero last year and is this week visiting the families of Boono May Arbury Swango and Har i mon Swango respectively i it t Willie Pieratt had the misfortune to i daylastpne one of hia fingers would have to bo am r putated While working the elevator r to J T Days store he got his hand tan tied up injthe machinery Dr Nickell R dressed his hand and bois now getting along comfortably VV T A j Y i fnetThe IIIi AiMemytad1899 begintfldlterm and continue222 weeks One hundred lesson of one hour eachI publicschoolthoreguludM departmentThis countySapplicant fromthisoneHazeleducated more public school anyschoolhetenchers Istborough forIsuperficial normalism but thorough instruction Tho cost it very reasonable Think of it Tuition ThellomeHomeisprivAtofamilyare the comforts ot homo and the associ ation of pupils and teachers Docs any young man or woman want a better ceetificate to teach Then come to AcademyDoes want his children well educated T Then send them to Hazel Green Academy You will hear the cry 1 Our is tho bestII Give us a trialII Dont leave your own countyII Como to your county seat youll stand a better chance for a certifi cate i iI We have a new schoolliThe only school of true normalism in East investigatethethem Upon what are they founded T What have they accomplished T What is tho aim of such schools 1 Then put your money and time where you will gut value received if you count dollars and cents Hazel Greeu Academy invites comparison There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until tho last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great ninny years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local rumedies jaad by constantly failing to cure with loral treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to bo a con stitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment hails Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J CheneyIC constitutionalinternally in doses from 10 drops to a ten poonftil It acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials F J CHIVBY A Co Toledo 0 Sold by druggists inc Halls Family Polls are the best The Laborer Is Worthy Ills Hire Thankful to the people of this and the surrounding community for their liberal patronage since I havo been a practicing physician at Hazel Green I wish to say to those who have paid mo that I am ready to answer any or all professional calls night or day and will take pleasure in doing so lint to thoso who have never paid me anything I desiro to say that I will take it as a special favor if you will pay me at least a part of my billor else employ some other physi cian for I cannot afford to practice for you any more on promises Now If you dont mean to pay mo what you own me for my sake and the sake of my children dont send after me With respect to all A 0 NICKELL M D Roll of Honorfn Fielding School Tho third examination in District No U at Salem Morgan county was passed Oct 19th Those meriting tho best average are as follows Grade VWayno Long 95 Franklin Walters 90 Grade IVSusio Long 96 Nora Wilson 92 Joe M Nickell 93 Miles Wilson 93 Myrtlo Wilson 90 Lizzie Long 90 Mattie Byrd 80 Grade IIIRatio Blankenship 89 Cora Chaney 89 i Raleigh Gose 8C Holly Walters 85 Grade IIAnnlo Nickell 87 Curtis Gose 87 Nannie Blankcnship 80 The Beat Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on to the affected parts is superior to nap plaster When troubled with a pain in the cheat or aide or n lamo back give It a trial You are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which U affords Pals Bale is also a certain euro for rheumatism For sale by J Taylor Day irryI i t t r f tipvv f CllL rp iiio v C 0 stow JUwtotaf Part bItW G LetUMrt Iw toilet el IOs u1tli of Ootebwwe iaattM- a OB lacJa cud for Urn wtieh WM itlowed OB ttte 90th with a iotlce calfec attention to the fact that ke world be here on the ttth Since that UKM he hu dens the fallowing work Mrs Ida Cecil four fillings Mrs Jimmie Elktns plate Ber Lee three fillings Mrs Whaley six fillings and plate Mrs Wallln three fillings Curtis Qulcksall seven fillings He made one filling for Mrs Lula Kash for whom he alto pulled a tooth and extracted teeth for the fol lowlngvlr Herald PIeratt three Mrs Finch four and one each for Mrs Oscar McNabb and Mrs Bucn McNabb Religious Services On Sunday at tho Christian church the morning sermon will be especially for the children and youug people of the Sunday school Tho topic of the sermon will beII Decision and it Is hoped that every young person in tho town and community will bo present Let the whole service be of such a nature and partake of such a spirit as will make it ever known nsII Decision DayII De ciding for Christ At C30 p m the topic for sermon will be Fishing for Souls Como out and hear used and explained = a roda linoIia hook bait a reel a handnet or IIfish- Ing tackle 4 A Shattered Nervous System FINALLY HEART TROUBLE Restored to Health by Dr Mlles Nervine L J II EDWAUD HARDY tho Jolly man- S T I ocr ot Sheppard Cos great storo at Ilracovlllo III writeo I had rover boon sick n day lit my life until in IfflO t- Rot so bad with nervous prostration that I had to glvo up and commence to doctor I tried tine locil physicians and one In Joliet but nude giivo mo any rullof and I thought- I wu going to silo I bocamo doapondont and ulTcrcd untold agony I could not cat sleep nth rot and it scorned as It I could not exUt At tho end of six months I was reduced to but a hutJow of myself and at last my heart bccania affected and I was truly miserable 1 took six or eight bottles of Dr Mlles Nervine It gave mo relief from tho start and at last a cure the great oct blosslnu of my life tSpXffTittpfflfX Dr Miles llcmeaics tt i Drnil V t lt111leagistsguarantee first bottlo flJGrVinO Uioatorcorundell NenithoaosI a nerves free AddressIDU MILES MEDICAL CO EJIthart Ind FRUITS FLOWERS SHADES Tee ll1llOfSS ffUrSBlios 1S90 Evorytlilng for Orchard Lnwn and Garden Fruits and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Vines Small Fruits Rhubard Aspargus and all stool grown In Nurseries Prices reasonable as wo employ no agents aplUcnUontionH F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY Iuosu 278 R H BRYAN 8UI IAN Foil Pearson Clark WHOLESALE + GROCERS LEXINCTON KY TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK- MT t STERLING KY 0CAPITAL 200000 I BURPLUB 30000 0J M BIGBTAFP President O L KIIIKPATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier 0IWe repectru1I1101lcU the bUllnul ofiner chants farmers traders and business men generaflr throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business dome Ohs U a chance to send you a bank book MT yos checks and loan you money trhea fa need II W W TMOKMOJf Cashier t1 1 Jio- C + Jo I TRAInlNa AND FEED STABLES N I have opened my Training and Feed Stable and will keep on hand plenty ef fad deelreehonesl n K LIVt Y STABtES 1 v Alto the end accom inodntlou of guess of the Day Home at hazel Green and Park Hotel at Torrent I hnvo opened nearby two flntclsH livery tablet where I will keep boggles horses and hacks for at all time sons wishing vehicle to meet them at McCau can mo sad have any desired vehicle imlillo hone I wilt alto have full supply of Lack for hlra to drummers which bo In charge of careful drivers and for which they can contract by tho day for any length of time Persons Intcn ding to vlilt Day and Swango Springs will bo met at either RIs Torrent with team and driver anti I will havo pleasure shipping water fur tljcui whenever desired Day and Svvtuigo water fresh nutl free on Ico anti tap guests at L Park Hotel J TAYLOR DAYtl a RESTORED P ANHOODD PILLS rbdgreatrrmuayfrtIPrrataIL ucnnnnannc one either H RrrTOt t+ utrnnnn trgarletitant otiItaKdttnt hUITFmarhttl raltiltallrrnr- rfontallror 1Ir rthftNJHrnlluI Ilclllnlltoon mlUun IInl rnfflttllolt80IAoi109perlo1x41pixelniiio t i euro tnrorOU 1101JW Clu UmJOUIo iu I They banish pain t and prolong life convenience saddle telephone promptly McCausey MOTTS Tattsdlrrnlnr t- thugotoraISefl CUKUIUALUO ONE GIVES IRELIEF n IS t a 1 r No matter what the matter is one will do youI t centstlf TM ll J b F IL fIIIl9JOF BEATTVVILLE KY KoIuLiTiec j + ONE nUT THE OLD AND RELIADLIS COMPANIES rUEPItEBENTS to insure without seeing him James the writ liberal policy In existence wilt furnish any who contewaUr building a dwelling to cost front om to 2600 with plans and ipuclfleattons free j HERALD iy 1- a +a Fa w illtt JUt ord Ito JOamIKQD U tilt aaa t eiteapnt- f ttr- f iC vy Hf 0 rLf P j for t L htro Per a y or a will a f or It 7t for tit r rurll na 11 1 1 qu I Mil M r iL U o Ij 11U1IIOf+ i ftttorneyatLawjCOLLECTIONS A SPJfdf Awl Za- TUar5 PaourrbyMADL l461 W JEVwcJukHr STjuifp 0 LOTJIRVILLr YY- Iteferepee Jr Tyler DfXMtI Ovse- O II 1LnPAPXNI rlaa i art d YN sIgetr sit l estM Jd J v w BIW vt p I Y j4 ii riY ii1i 1ot A jl altt I nJ J I c tiIEi Lrt o1Jj t H irRRNfllrlt PElOribii1 C 11 tLGniN 1 e t xv 1 s a f TWO LDJ=PENSIONERS I By J IX HARBOUR IIlonEtban qne of the passing throng 111 that went to and fro over th pavements of the little city park ba noticed the small tidy comfortable and serenc lookIng old lady sitting c one of the park benches near the lOUD tain The old lady had nothing to sell aid 310 favors to ask of anyone Had she offered any explanation as to why she sat in the park sewing or knit ting steadily she would have said sim ply I love to be out in the open nlr wjlcre the sun is shlnin1 an the birds sdnglnt with the blue sky overhead Then I Hkc to set an hcc the people jjo by nn wonder where theyre come from nn where theyre gain Ive got to I know lots of em by sight an a good Tnnny of em nod an speak to me tiO nice tin frcnIy like an Home of cm stop an chat a little once in awhile Hut I come here and then there would come a quivering and pathetic note into her voice because somehow or other I seem to kind o make trouble nt home though land knows g 1 try tint to but It dont seeni to do any good You see I live with myson Mi his wife My daughterinlaw Susan she teems to think its kind o lard to have me round though I doter stitch o the mcndin nn all the plain sowln nn theres a lot of it to do for Susan has a big house an rents furnished rooms an theres always sheets an towels to hum nn Im never Idle so I cant help feclin that 1 earn my keep Then Ive got a pension of 12 a month that I draw every three months but somehow it always happens that i my son is In a tight place nn needs the pcmdoa money to tide hum over an then I guesH he an his wife ferglt about It for I never glt It back agln nnlJIrelwork 1 do paid for my keep 1 do hate to feel that Im a burden to cm nn 1 I cant be any great ofn one fer Im l no eater to speak of an Im real sav in nn careful o my clothes1 1Idgo Into an old ladies home if I could same my money HO as to pay the r entrance fee but even If I did my son nn Suvnn wouldnt be wlllln I should go because It would make talk nn1 1 reckon theyd miss my pension might fly So after 1 git the dishes washed tip an1 things kind o put in order Ii get my nwin ready an come out her In the pnrk where I aint in anybody V way an where I dont mike trouble for anyone Susan says she dont think I nccomiilUh ns much sewing ts I would If I was In the house an mebbe I dont but Im happier out Jiere where folks seem frVnly and i thisbentnow nn then an calls mo grnnmnam un sometimes I tighten up a button on his coat Were rent good frens realdrenlyI Thereslotsprayholred old gentleman over there the other side o the fountain Is one o my frcns nn we chat together n good deal lies got n pension too nn Is situated n good dealI as I am in other rcspecs He lives with his mar whntl1eround if it wnnt for his pension He IIIdaughterJar of U nn she bcgrctches him that It hardly l cps his pipe goln Time old man referred to was an In offensivepoking man ofnbnut 05 years He was pretty shabbily dresses1 sand would hnvo been even ragged nt lillliiJUendcllI sleevesbyor seated up rents iu his shabby old coat lIe had n kindly face and childish blue eyes in which there was often n look of mute appeal He spent most of his time in the park because he dUUEhter slatternly woman with a tongue like q a blade Few kind words ever from her lips and none were eve tpokeii to her old father When the old mans pension money came It was seized by his domineering daughter quite as if it were her own and some months she failed to spending It was a kind of comfort he said to talk over his troubles with some one and he found the old lady to be a willing and sympathetic liiterier They tad not known each other until they bad kInd Q got acquainted RB the w i oli lady said Now they were the heal pfffriendaykad the old man fredWntly read the JiRwspapertbkcr while the diligently plied Sher needle iThey miZdea pleasknt TlcturtIittinglhere under the elms and more than one passerby heel said They would make S gobdTiludy for an artist The old man had found her sitting there one spring morning when he came walking rather wearily across the park Isis rheumatis had been giving him a little trouble But I reckon itll not trouble you anymore now that its gettin so warm and pleasant said the old lady en couraginglyIm shallaout agin Mnrthy my daughter the nextnweek Hows that Well my quarterly pension cpmci In an Ive made up my mind to draw it an keep It my own self this quarter Im ncedln n goat many things on Irc turned my peiuivft over to Martha evry quarter for h long Im bound an determined to keep it this time Itll be a hard tussle but Im gain tc do itI would 40 said the old lady sym pathetically Its kind o funny but Ive made up myndntl to do the same thingwith my pension Mine cones totkeep evry cent of it Im needln n new calico dress nn overshoes an anyhow I want to have a little money In my pocket It aint right for me to give up so to my son matter nil Ive done for him 1 jrst shnnt do it any longer There was n resolute note In her voice and she gave her head n little toss of defiance Youre right said the old man with decision It aint right for us to he domineered over so Sometime Ive thought ofottIn till a room an shlftln fer myself Id do it if my pension was a little bigger Ive thought o the sninr thing said the little old lady an 1 dont know but Ill do It ylt Im real spry an It wouldnt be no trick at all fer me to keep house for thyself Land knows I work harder and steadier now than if I worms keepin house in a room or two by myself Then 1 wouldnt be in nobodys way nor make no trouble for anyone Ive got my own things too IJvrything In my room nt my inns house Is my own an they couldnt 1 keep me from tam kin theme nwny if I load n mind to Pine got n good cook stove nn a lot o things stored away said tlm old man They couldnt make me teU em for I didnt know but Id want em sometime ns IISuddenly the old man said slowly without looking up We mightthat ON THSIK FAVORITE HUNCH U If you was wlllnput our furniture an our pensions together Yes we might The old man dropped his cant and faced her eagerly Ills wrinkled hand reached out and touched hers his voice wat tremulous with eagerness ns be said We will If youll only say so Ive IIIaintIII tommarry me Vd be real happy nn comfort able tc get her If youll just say the word well break Vny from all this betn domineered user an live as wive n right to live If youll oulIWJ the worillI InIgown the old man in his Sunday suit ap penned In the study of the minister of n little mission church they both attended and were married It i be an lawful sprlsc to my son an his wife said the smiling old bride An to my daughter said the bride valiantlyrthey mydenThere U not iu nil the cltn happier or more contented couple than this pair of old pensioners In their two cozy rooms They may yet be seen any tine tiny ou their favorite bench in the city park with the birds above them singing their love songs and their own hearts not too old to be filled with tenor affections with hopes and with harmonies rctrolt free I Press I J i t I T I a ONE HUNDRED JtlSSESI Mie Unique Ilecord Made br a lit Louis Lady Who Loves Her Soldier Uojri A St Louis woman has had the thrill Ing nnd unique experience of kissing 100 men in as many minutes jTherfc is no doubt that this is the worlds record firmly established If It were a question simply of kiss Ing 100 men the record would still hold but add to that the fact that the men were nil kissed within two hours nnd you have a record with which there is no comparison in nil history This fearless and delightful record maker is Mrs C C Rainwater one of St Louis prominent Society women The 100 men who were factors in the record making are the soldier boys of company K First Missouri volun leers Every man and officer of the com pany was given n farewell kiss nnd n godspeed by Mrs Rainwater as time company lined up for Inspection at their Chickamnuga camp In the days of pence when a military companys chief duties were to appear on dress parade and give hops Mrs llainwntei was the guardian angel of company K and n lender In all its social doings She was a sort of mother of the regi meat SIll fairly owned every mans heart that bent beneath ft uniform in that particular company She was nlwnys the top line patroness of the companys balls and the amateur thtftrlcala When in camp Mrs Rain vnter was always the guest of honor tier love for the company was no lest than the company love for her When the wnr broke out and company IE volunteered for the First regiment ol Missouri infantry Mrs Rainwater felt ns though every man who signed the rolls was her son The wnrbnmt very smear to her though she had no boys of her own to tend out nt her countrys cnll- Cotnpnny IK was ordered to Canal Thomas It tChleknnmtura before Mrs Kainuntcr had an opportunity to give the men her blessing Here was the greatest event In the life or the company becoming apart of hMory without Mrs Rainwater cooperation It would newer do ac cording to her views of mutter to nl low nil this to happen without taking a band in it herself She had been lInt in pence she would also he first In war She was sure she was first in the hearts of the men at all tines Determined tint the company should not get into the actual battles of war without her blessing llmsBaum water went to Chickamauga to visit them When slit arrived there was n great stir in the companys street The men turned from their washing or what ever employed them nt the time and turned unit to greet the dear old gray haired lady their mother of the regimentIt n gala tiny for company K Kverything that could possibly he done to make Mrs Rainwaters visit ipleas ant wns done She was shown about the camp by squads of willing soldlei boys At dinner time she ate nt mess with them Later In the day the company tvnc ordered to fall In line in the company street An unexpected inspection hail been ordered The boys passed through the ordeal with lying col r rs and wore then put nt company rest Some few words of introduction were spoken by one of the officers and then Mrst Kainxvater all smiles and happiness walked down the line from one jiian to another and gave eaci a rebounding motherly kiss ItllclII God bless you It was a must picturesque scent Some of the boys put an nrm around the dear old lady as they bent down to kiss her others merely pressed her hand as she kissed them and some awkardly bent to the task an though theywere on fatigue duty When the last and one hundredth non hind received and given the good old salutation there wns n rousing cheer and n tiger for the little womnii thnt would make your blood boil IKverybody seemed thoroughly hap 1py and especially Mrs Kalnwater She hind performed the most nodtent and set a mark for kissing tint will stand undoubtedlyI for years tc come Chicago Rifer Ocean Itcpllfii of time Mnliuixn Mule The fnmqus donkey whlch was brought back from the Soudan by the Australian volunteers who went there- In 1S85 has just died That donkey cost the country something like 350 000 for thnt wns the cost of the expe dition which resulted In nothing but the securing of the donkey Most of us have heard of the apt null philosophical rejoinder of thine hate Sirllenr 1arkes when somebody alluded tothe expense involved In securing thcdonkry for the Sydney zoo I am sorry to onlydonkeySydney Australia Telegraph Qnrcr Cunlom In Jnpnn It iu n curious fact that when a Jap ancse woman is dressed in the nations costume her husband always treats her ns Inpanec husbands generally treat servantsItutKuropeau dress the conditions ere erseI f rejj i r I r l IDYLlI IB Which ii Depicted Somewhat at the 8orrovrfuI0e of the Ex piring Year A great wave of perspiration had swept up from the briny depths of the sea of hu inanity and on its whitecapped top the month of August had taken passage to the fhoreleM realms of eternity Tiptilted on the petals of the blooming melancholy days of poesy and song Sep tember in her golden glory stood and from her harvest finger ends threw ripening kisses to the world There was no sadness in her eyed and in her voice was only the music of rich ripe fruit falling to the ground As she swept along on the crimson tide of her leafy glory a simple Oyster crowed pathIn face was the shadow of Fate Ills requiem was sounding in the key of R September saw him but she wot not what he was to her nor she to him She nodded at him smilingly Good morrow Master Lowly she sang Look upon me I prithee Am I not indeed in itThe Oyster was amazed I beg your pardon he answered though he knew full well what she had said Dearie me Master Lowly she chirruped do but look at me Am I not in it Do you mean the soup lugubriously in quilted the Oyster Xo indeed Why should H laughed the warm September I mean the Au stupid1Imen as if his 8ht1I- I would break and he wondered why one I could be so heartless as to jest upon such a serious subject Washington Star The Growth nf SoelnlUm It is argued by deep thinkers that the growth of socialism is due to the large stand armies of time world in winch men are 11111 made to cnli t against their will and thus become discontented with existing conS ditions The growth of a stroncer race of people is mimic to the large sale of Hostetter Stomnch litters which iis the best medicine for costiveness dyspepsia fever ague and all nervous troubles Try one bottle AVIicn its Henll Solemn Its a very solemn timing she said when a woman intrusts a man with her affections Its n mighty sight more solemn when she makes him think she has intrusted them to him while they sire still locket up in her i repliedThen each other and each realized that it was time for their summer flirtation to end Chicago Post i Tit Cure it Cold In One liny Take Laxative Uromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money if it fails to cure 23c Maud = Von dont seem to find time to got marriedminrieo iam kept en j gaged all the timeTown Topics Mrs Hanks Why did you let your cook go Mrs brooks She said uric oftms would have to lesveTruth Curefor215vI lSIIement W32Cillcago llnlln Crturrli Cure Is taken Internally Price inc A great deal of ability is necessary to properly manage a 10 bill Atthison Globe Good Blood J 1 Makes Health goodbdThatfe makes so many people feel better thanV 11 H before Il you dont feel wenare half aiek i i tired worn out you may be made well U Hoods Sarsaparilla J Americas Greatest Medicine Hoods Pills curo all Liver Ills XeeaiT r 1Vhatwts inventingV tI Nothing very big just at resent 11about completing n method for calculating stampDetroitA Word to Ilnlilhcndi spotoaii +your yourgrocer JII r THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS i is due not only to the originality and 11- simplicity of the combination but also t L i to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes q known to the CALIKOUNIA Fio SvKur I 11I11 genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured t by the CAMFOIINIA Fio Stator Co Ionly a knowledge of that fact will JI one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other par tics The high standing of the CAL roast Fio SYKLT Co with the medl d cal profession nnd the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families makes the name of the Company a guaranty q of the excellence of its remedy It is i Ifar in advance of all other laxatives a as it acts on the kidneys liver and f bowels without irritating or weaken p ing them ouch it does not gripe nor nauseate In order to get its beneficial effects please remember the name of iij the Company ICALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO 1 FKANC1SCO CatI IASKf NEW YtlHK N YIc ts iIi j 1 that dry taste in the mouth 1 y- iaM4 1 I t i I PLUG j at ak t Remember the name to f you buy again r 4 r i t 11r a rSE BAND PLAYED Ofy- f ftke CillfrnlaM under Col Braltl I q theflraccomftnled t continued r bultts to encourage the men muslcDlspatch tram lIak kJtfplrID T1tidt the colonel sharply saId I to er eye and steady tread r fJ1 sedthulrlpofshlningsaad bJlkm with their pulsing band roared Jrb oerhthettheadsathe swift shell ti sabred std stead rose the drumf 1JtTt battles growing hum Udjtnifstrident shrilled the horn 1 iIf it sbrleked In loyal scorn t belllts whistled oer the strand TIiI stain was on the sandAulmson colon l a roar Wtnt boomrinRdown 1Ianllas sand Ad while Its echoes died away play Th- ene1fedeasocalm and freei I jpjurerorth the song of freedoms key roused those dauntless Yankee hearts1t telt the thrill the song Imparts neT rhythm with the horn and drumIs bath lip the dear old words did sum fought like brave men good and true11111 pressed ahead where bullets new 7ertill thed eer dOD taa playedI1he band on Cleveland Plain Dealor + + 1 THE T CATCH OF I SEASON ol An THEii By FREDERICK SEEQEK 1 KTJANDSOMK girl that said Jacl H Ituthven in his careless way indicating with a nod n tall young woman alighting from the hotel bus one summer day a number of year ago Handsome Why Tock shes 30 01 32 If shes a day said his cousin Dcllt QreJ Does it follow drawled Jack that because a womans 30 she cannot kattractive According to your esti mate I must be an antediluvian for 11 Tva403nonth ago 0 but you know a man of to is i jroung just in ids primewhile n woman of 30 Iswell passe to say the leastan old maid In fact Myr dear there is nothing of the forlorn old maid about that girl She Is dignified distingue refined in hear log and yet looks pleasant and ap proaebable There is where you are mistaken said Belle with a pout for she was letting her cap for lack as the girls uid She Is not entertaining at all You just ask the boys lien and Arthur Theyll tell you just how interesting she can be 1Vliyshes such a bore that ill the hogs avoid her never welt her to dance in fact You will see at the next hop how much attention she gets Shell be the wall flower of the ocra ion and sit primly by the side of her I very prim aunt all the evening What 5s funniest of nil ailed Belle with n merry laugh Is that she must get per mission to dancen girl of ao 0 its too funny l Miss Van Tassel had meanwhile en tered the hotel Belle walked ofT with a friend and Jack remained In his Slat quietly snaking Bore of a place he thought Strange too I feel It so tiresome Ten years ago 1 found life here tolerable enough I dont know whether nbe fault Is mine or ill the girls but i Ido know that if I dont get rid of this i ennui Ill be off In a jltTy Think Ill cultivate the new arrival nnd if she x fills to nonuse take myself to pas tares new She may be uninteresting u Cousin Belle says but I doubt it not with that intelligent strong face IffIam any judge of faces lIe was Introduced to her that even Ingby a mutual friend The conversn tlon was general Mss Van Tassel L seemed to be a better listener than talker nod Jack Huthven was in no 1 position to judge of her conversational I I Witty when the good nights were ut t treadCertainly uptlearaneelooka tiny over 21 I believe Belle Is fibbing Young ladles will get jealous ot attractive girls and tell these little 1blte lies occasionally under the Influ tare of the greeneyed monster v The night of the weekly hop arrived l lad the dancing began promptly at the jr Appointed hour All the younger girls- 1rtre soon upon the floor dancing with i the young men of the place but Miss V nTassel ns predicted remained sit I j V i greatutisfnctlon putll jealousatbeauty they were slow In turning the attention of the Kf catch of the seasonJack Iluthven to her as a wall flower believe Ill nsk her to waltz mv t alaibe I wordhWillGlumehlspet I lhaf Iclcle the passe girlli neitherbtedingp numerousemamentsthe theySnhctlyto a weredadCbaperone of the hopby Aunty earIiticallyptopleJlaeplacerP Cotne my dear said Mrs Van I n f Tasseililt is ynuatretireTho batJackgoodnight tYou weirwithBellespitefullyFinely replied Jack figgravatingsetjustwithercommonplaceabout tallwouldoutofbooklitknows Italphabet Yet J IA IndearInterestingstarthert seemoreattractive girl here GirlI Young woman Shes 30 IIC shes a day Who told you so stayDieieresmate is 30 Time seems to have done little dam age thenIf 30 is old For my part 1l I God her more attractive than the in slpids just front school with which the place abounds Cousin Ilelle bit her lips with aggra Ytentallyhowever Designing creature She knows seasonlaylug possibledidntin her The following afternoon Jack Ituthven proposed a drive to Hiss Van Tassel who accepted provided her aunt approved The consent of the aunt was gained and the pair started oil in full view of many pairs of en vious eyes for Jack was not only the catch but the only really eligible match at the place Cousin Belle decided that something must be done Her coveted prize was slipping from her grasp so ut the first opportunity she regaled Jack with the history of the Van Tassel family and closed her recital of their circum stances in these words Nice people enough you know old Dutch and nil that but theres a skele ton in the family theysay some where a cousin or somebody did sonic thlngl dont know exactly what or when disgraceful and then her mother was only a poor musk teacher iiaplnyed at parties and later when she gut on a bit sang in some really nice concerts Thais how Mr Van Tassel met her She played at his mothers parties You see Mrs Van Tassel wanted to help the girl and thats what she got for doing it John Van Tassel was young and he fell in tore with the handsome music teacher She died when Miss Van lass wits sly a few days old wad John Van Tas sel they say died of grief at her loss but that you know Is all bosh men are not made that way The aunt adopted her and with her limited means she educated her and tried to push her but you see shes failed Shes caught no flies in her web and tats shes 30 she isnt likely to they ay luck listened with an amused smile for this little cousin of his was yet Doling in the art of diplomacy sandier malice was very perceptible You would not advise me to propose to her then he queried You chow Ive been seriously thinking late I y of settling down of marrying II- Ifnctand I thought that probably n gill of 30 would be more suitable for II man of 40 tired of the little whirlpools of society that a girl of 20 Mss kan Tassel is the most attractive girl of 30 I ever sat You surely would not think of tier tried lielle with genuine horror Whyr they keeponly one girl and Then she entertains at luncheon n heap sort of entertaining by the way she prepares most of the dishes her elf and then appears all fussed up ifterward as though she hadnt done 1 thing and as if they hnd W servants And do you know they cant afford to have even their gowns made Site nnkes everything they wear and they lIe away over west two hundred and omething My if they were not Van assets theyd be nowhere in society nobodies As It is they are just oleratedJust we are tolerated because of our money earned n hundred years grandfather an honestbyourigo fllrmerhJ his investment In land in Inrlem The property went up and- o did the family We are nabobs not because we ore lluthvens but because we have money Society as It tsI tech ilcally known worships money and Iry goods Give me the girl who like liss Van Tassel knows how to make the home shes n good possession for nnt man A fig for society Not one word you have said but has raised use Van Tassel In my regard as- Itt would with anybody excepting the onceited snobs and donothings who mere perhaps nobodies 20 or 30 years Really fine lamiliea do not drawago the line at the things you hove men tllonedl I am nil the more decided to to Miss Van Tassel She may propose efuse me I hope not for I think money and a family a good combln litton myself You should approve ousin mine for HH qulte the thing In society to join In wedlock family Jnd hard uhfI I t- k i I G 7 Iwttl1herI dentbelieveSailing driving dancing walking these were the dally occupations ol I the pair aa they were now called by nit the boarders at the notel whc looked on with eager interest to see how the matter would end ICousin Belle became desperate and held many conversations with her aunt Jacks motherIn which Mist Van Tassel was called that designing creature tithe passe girl and other disparaging things The aunt listened and at first said little Later how ever she expressed her convictions quite freely My dear Belle she said it Is real- lyI quite kind of you to take such an interest in Jacks welfare and to warn me in this way but I have given the matter much thought and have come to the conclusion that Jack cannoVdo better than to marry Miss Van TasselI who is certainly a charming girl She is devoted to her aunt who assures mo she is a great comfort to her She has many domestic virtues which will make for peace and happiness in the home over which she will preside 1 cult wish no better fortune for Jack than such a wife Marriage is n lot tery but I am quite willing that ho should take the risks in this case It promises well at anyrate and I shall advise Jack to marry her as soon as she will have him limit auntie she is so poor and so ohIo She certainly is not old in this comparison Her age is suitable to Jacks As to her poverty JacK has an abundance for both Her poverty will end when she becomes his wife Before the summer was over the enIgagement was announced and three months Inter Miss Van Tassel was married to the catch of the season and their happy married life has shown the wisdom of his selection Good Housekeeping IMMENSE BUDDHIST BIBLE h SpiMiul Over SiVtH lltimlml Slain of Wliltr Mnrlilp In Srvrit Hundred temple In 1S57 Mlndonmin king of Hiirmnn erected n monument near Mandalny called the Kuthodaw There he built 700 temples in each of which there is a slab of white marble Upon these 700 slabs is engraved the whole of the Bud dhist IIIhlea vast literature in itself equal to about six copies of the Holy Scriptures The marble Bible is engraved in the Tall language thought to be that spoken by Buddha himself 500 years 11 C Photographs of some of the in hcriptlons par reached KnglamlI and Prof Max Mueller perhaps the great est linguist in time world hums examined them hut alas for all this human ingenuity and perscverenee If his majesty Mlndonmin thought to per petuate the teachings of the great Buddlui by causing them to be graven on the rock he nourished n vain am bition The climate of Burmah is moist and Its ellects have always wrought havoc on the surface of the white marble and the photograph show a partial entice ment of tome of time Burmese dIn rlll ters in which the 1ali text Iis engraved This Us1 certainly the largest known copyof any portion of literature Kveu the National Kncydopedla of China in jOOO volumes oifiiples n comparatively small space To reach the other end of the limits of the printers and en gravers art we neeii only 10 remember the Smallest Bible in the World mutt titt lIIIIJllllellillolllt of Catullus fihill Ins and IropcrUus To engrave the Bible of Bmldjia on the marble slabs In the templet of Ku thodaw must have rost mica nv thou sands of dollars but these MTIIIOIU In stone an easily outdated by a copy of the Niw Testament ouch beauti fully printed win be bought for 23 ientf andI if carefully cherished will last many generation Boston Trav eler I The FrtnoliiiUMi tof Anln I Persians struck me often as much resembling Frenchmen in their love of compliment and courtly phrase and by their mannerisms of talk and WnXlcljeloqUClltIj their prowess in the chase they would t put thc immortal Tartarln himself i the blush I fancy that Persians tojj however be considerably astonished iI were they to hear their language is spoken in the France of the orient French taught by Austrian to Per sian must necessarily undergo re markable changes as regards accent rind 1 met few Persians out of Teheran who had the slightest respect for gender IP was the onlyI personal pro noun used and as they seemed to him agine nil adjectives need only be used in the masculine It was often most i confusing to follow a conversation I have had to listen to long family his tories in which wires sisters broth ers and a variety of other relations were all mixed up Indiscriminately the effort to understand who was who leaving my brain In a perfectrlhirIP English Lady In Persia AVoriln Attributed to HUtnurcIf- Itismarck was the authtfr of the epi gram that God made man In him awn image and Italy in the image of Judas d c y Jr 1II Jf1r m rv III lJ r If r n- ol t Il r t t- I tJj urren Qis l nJti 1 J t J I t kg ft tIII i4 H I F i ANABEE ADDRESS I Abiiroct of n Speech necentlx Matie lj ltciiry 0 Miller of ChI ciiffo at Ontnhn For monetary purposes silver baa ar equal rank with gold for In ncconx pushing the object for which monej was Instituted money made ofsll ver is as suitable and efficient an ages as money made of gold The great object of bimctallUts is to restore gold and silver to a bimetallic par so tintime great mass of these metals white lens been accumulating In thousands of years shall again become n singh bimetallic money and that tht changes that take place in the anuua production of either of them can only nffect the tunas by increasing or dl mlnlshlng It Time relative value of gold and silver is dependent upon and Is governed bj the demand for them for monetary purposes nod the question is whether if thc mints of this country were open to the unrestricted coinage of boll metals pur demand for monetary par poses would be sufficient to raise the value of that metal to an equality with gold upon our present legal ratio of sixteen to one which In three percent nose favorable to gold than the Franch ratio of fifteen and onehalf tu one In that case the demand for toll mover fur monetary use would not he confined to this country but would embrace nil silverusing countries nut those nations in Europe which use Ill ver as a token money nod in which at in France mil Germany silver is Mil circulating for domestic USD side by stile with gold upon time ratio of fifteen and onehalf to one It is said that 75 per cent of the in habitants of the earth transact then business with silver nHlIIIwhlh vtokoned In our currency the silvet used as token money and full legal tender money in Europe amounts tc tit least 1200000000 which must IK continually replenished What Iis time demand In this country for money for butlnes purposes UK compared with that of other nations As stated by lion Thoumft B need Inn speech delivered hi the house of representatives February 1 ISO I we annually produce onethird of Un manufactured products of the world The eminent statistician MichaelI J Mulhall1 In an article contributed to Public Opinion true 0180 says that the effective energy of this country devoted to the production of wealth i nearly equal to that of the United Kingdom Prance and Germany col lectively Mr Chnuncey M Iepcw sold in n speech delivered in 1807 There were carried last year on the rail roads of the United States 00000000 tons more than on nil the railroads of the world outside of the United States and In all the ocean commerce of the world put together And II udde This Internal commerce of the limited States makes it the most won derful market in the world We must also take Into account the great tlnuunt of inonoy that will he required in tltecountricacomingualerourcon- trot as n result of the war with Spain the money to be paid for pensions nail the vast amount of our public mu nicipal nnd private indebtedness In view of tinso facts It is manifest that if this country with its boundless rapacity for using money should ut e only sliver for monetary purposes that metal upon our ratio would be worth sore than gold But when there IK the unrestricted coinage of both metals the moment silver becomes more valuable tuna gold gold will take its place and a permanent silver standard will be Impossible In that case the two metals will be on n parity with Inch other upon our ratio of six teen to one as they were for nearly 100 years upon time French ratio of fifteen and a half to one Then both metals would again be fully employed in the worlds commerce and Interna tional bimetallism would be practical ly established It Is said All our money should be on a parity so that one dollar shall be an good nil every other dollar All legal tender dollars of whatever material composed whether of gold or silver fire necessarily on n parity An money one legal tender dollar line the same power and is of the same value as every other legal tender dollar An Mr CernuschI U IIliThe law of legal tender makes of them a forced our rency and prevents any of them from falling below the nominal par Legal tender greenbacks were always at a par nnd it was only when treated as merchandise that gold was at a prcmlumt but the eagle the ten dollar gold piece wni never a legal tender for more than ten dollars and if paid upon a debt time person making the payment would not In law be cred ited vlth more than that sum The fundamental error of gold monofhefnlllBts Is in supposing that the standard of value Is the material of which money ji made 1 ion this theory the report of theIndianapolis- monetary commlMlon wasconstruct- ed In which It was eoBieatledttatjui +y L h u 1 iV y itoc moneotdIslof theelr t II lazed wand 2 should bur oBITt i ataudartlofralutanhallouretirreaey U should be made exchangeable for gofd ierTo this we reply thatmpucy and 1Q j the material of which money ismad1 t is tug stantlardof Yh eul neal 1 Mr Ccrmtschl ysulls the scale of i valuation In our monetary iyii ems the degrees In the gradation of thin scale are then dollar dime cent aM nutll and In the terms of this settle er standard the values of all Jformtf jaf V property are expressed precisely ut- Ile weights and dimensions of objectit I are expressed in the scale or standard of weights and measures The dollar it the unit of this scale and is there fore the unit of value The value or r purchasing power of this unit changes as thc mass of money in circulation changes falling as the mass increases and rising as the tunas diminishes Money fixes the price of conxmod itics tint pays for them It fixes the price of labor and pay for it Ahlgh A money standard means low prices for + commodities nnd a low price for tailor Our experience under the gold stand nrd line been marked by falling prices the cutting down of wages paid for labor and time demoralization of Indus triesGOLD STANDARD IN CHILI Kliinnclnl 1nnlo lit the Sou Hi Anirr- Itnii k Hipublic by tits Wltliilrnwnl nut Kxiturtntloii of Gold A financial pnnlc hits been occasioned hero by time withdrawn and exportation of gold which linn caused the Chlllnu govern ment to olllclnlly close all tho hunks In Chill until the lath Inst During this suspension the government will consider thti udvlMublllty of iHtuliiK paper money The abuse dispatch shows that Chili was successful in her attempt at financial suicide that time sword of time gold standard which she bravely In serted Into her llnancial vitals has produced the usual fatal effects of that deadly instrument whenever used The slaughtered victims of tho sword of gold fill millions of graves In India where the money of the peo ple was destroyed by a ruthless enemy in London timidI the 500000000 of tho doomed victims of English greed are today shuddering on tlmuy brink of c financial despair Thc leap front the sleep of ages which nn Increased supply of sliver t money gave Japan an the result of the 1 adoption of the gold standard In the western world was marvelous nut In madness and folly Japan adopted the gold standard anil hurled her pen pie back towards the conditions of time Dark Ages when contraction of time money volume enslaved mankind If Chill India and Japan are not obpeut lessons to warn the American people to rcMst gold monopoly while resistance Is possible time misery of time masses will be the reward of their folly and the words of Solomon will bo fur t lieu verified when he IInldItTlie rich ruleth over tho poor mad the borrow er Is n servant of the lender Unless the people take lined they will be classed with Solomona fools whose fate he described when ho HnhtitA whip for tho horse n bridle for tho ass and n rOil for tho fools hncku Silver Knlpht 11ntclunanrTim I mil n n 11IlIs Tho Now York Financial Chronicle prints n Jotter from Its Manchester 1 Hnglnnd correspondent on the currency situation In India Ho Bays lamong other things It van at first supposed that tho opening of the mints to the coinage of sliver was excluded front the purview of the committee limit no great lana been time dissatisfaction with this lim w itation that Lord George HamllloH leas expressly announced that the commit tee in quite nt liberty to Include the resumption of silver coinage within time scope of its Inquiry Furthermore this correspondent declares that F leading nnd Influential men in Lon dun In Glasgow and other centers monomctnlllstH and blmetnlllsts who have long been in serious conflict vtithruach other on the monetary question lire now working in most cordial co roperation to defeat the attempt tore A tabllsh n gold Rtnndnrd In India t It would appear from this that England IU nwnklng even If slowly to the er + ror of Its Indian urrcncy policy anil that the retort of u few weeks ago that the Indian mitts were to be re opened has a very good basis in fact DenverTimes StarryWant Ilear Money lThe Instinct of gain natural to411tmen prompts them to invest In propIsity arid commodities upon a rising nnrkct And to avoid Investment In al Miastrv ucsnit OO fuhtchmust continue to grow scared InNWim I lear and that all other tMi t+ liIMw- optinue ff- c to fish In rrlee 1vK7 1 night WgtcMnaL rtlgdIyt4rr iIt AlwajsrAt OJl igeAtekI aJr N 1 ijj Fkv d tcn 881 TIAnB OIJ ano nyrrm + W equal to VI BeLl a 1loe Tu 1 1 acre quick and pemuu nl rlW IIAMM wen Mooughi and rolda 1nuka Kr roBfMr V A MrtMlf I LATE STATE NEWS Tho new Washington County Tele phono Co has in operation 70 Instau mente Chaplain Sam Small has been loUver ing entertaining lectures to Lexington audiences Pawnee Hills Wild West show has been exhibiting in Purchase towns the I past week- S Nearly all tlio Kentucky college towns have football teamsand are plnyinggood amateur games Tho Jessamine county corn show will bo held at Nicliolnsvillo in the Journal office November 21 Lafayette went dry at the recent elec qUCtlon f J G Martin of Stanford has sold to John Collier Couch tho mail lino between y that place rind Kingsvillo 1ACanadian water fowl known ns a devil diver was found in Mark Llmioys back yard at Ilarrodsburg II Howling is quite the fad in Central U Kentucky towns in nearly all of which sI Alleys aro or will bo opened 1M The cherry orchard of Hol man Van nrsdcll near Ilarrodsburg was in full I bloom just before this cold snap 1J oecuJ pying stage f bo a statesman out of n job next week j t instantlykilledday afternoon as tho result of jealousy I i Dan K OSulllvan late of tho Ixnils z vlllo Critic is now an associate editor on the Now York Journals with n salary of MOOOayear i Tho tollhouse on the Springfield and nioomflold turnpike ono mile from BloomHeld wiw turned to tho ground one night last week 4Lexingtnn is raising 10050 by sub Bcrlptioa to build winter barracks for tho troops at that place rued will doubt less succeed this week At Louisville Dr Cain C Godshaw r was shut and seriously wounded Jin an altercation with his stable man Henry Noarles Sunday afternoon u There is n tree at Ur Kinnairds in Lancaster which la full of a second crop v of apples The tree wont through n reg ular course of blooming mud leafing Roy Morgan was shot and fatally wounded by n discharged soldier from t tho Setond Kentucky named Quinn at Lexington Sunday evening over n crap gamoEditor 0 C Moore of tho limo Grass Blade nnd James E Hughes his printer y and publiihcr nro under arrest charged with sending obsceno literature through tho mails John Warner wanted in Henderson a on the charge of kidnapping and sup posed to have been located in Akrau 0 i land gono when tho officer reached the Ohio town The colluloiso factory at announces that it will buy J5000 fonsof corn stalks this winter It will begin receiving them ns SoOn as they are dry v enough to work 1W E Singleton fho photographer- r who was wounded by Major T J Corso- t In a sho tlng scrape at Lexington Sntur v day week is rapidly improving nt tho V Protestant Infirmary in that place Edltor R W Knottof tho Louisvillo I t has been IndictetI by the Tn ron nty grand Jury for criminal libel Charged Mayor Weaver nnd tho +f public works with raiding tbo 1 Duncan Co L Second len Wry was presented with a Sold medal by tbe Richmond J hisl company which was ncaatcr his own home The TVM made at Btount Bros SrAfgonaut says the cap Ulfbr utterance 4 wer fo rRing out the old Ring is the laew R1JII out the false Ring In the true We bring to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway DR BELLS PineTarHoneyNatures science to a Pleasant Permanent Posftlvo Cure for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhila rated j the microbebearing mucus Is cut out I the cause of that tickling Is removed and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Is no Inclination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottlti Only 28o 60e and 100 Sliai u6BE SURE YOU GET Dr Dills PlniTirHoniy From New Zealand REEFTOM NEw ZEALAND Not 23 189G I nm very pleased to state that since I took the agency of Chamberlains medi cines the sale him been very large more especially of the Cough Remedy In two yenrs I hnyo sold more of this parti color remedy than of nil other makes for the previous five years As to its efficacy have been informed by scores of per ons of the good results they have re ceived from it and know its value from the use of it in my own household It is so pleant to toes that we have to place the bottle beyond the reach of the tril- lBeenE J ScAXTiFnunY For Imle by J Taylor Day- Cincinnati Live Stock Market Tim Cincinnati Live Stock Record of Friday gives the following as the best prices for that day No choice cattle on the market today Top price for those on sale 105 Top price for calves 1500 Top price of light hogs S3GO heavy 370 Best Aheep brought 100 Bet lambs brought 560 The above were actual sales but iit should bo borne in mind that they represent the best of their class on the market that day THE HIUAM will each week give tho best sales of the Friday before which is alone worth the price of the paper NOW 1 is the time to subscribe flES SI1 I A Cook for Vounii anti Old i OUR K RECORD EsfcL 1878 K 250000 DISEASED x MEN CURED a CURE I NERVOUS K I BLOOD SKIN I II 1 I PRIVATE I I pi5fASE5 w K I 250000 CURED I i YOUNG naturehon MAPJ Have you itnn sl II soilhabitou1ltOnsilicrtho fCI Tibia result were your eyes opened to I your porllr Did you IAtor on In mnn orilLOUIdtcae tog8fI KII J IIUont You know toJtta lNlll1m eono II a 1 nnyvrcak 1 afMlurovrlthrouonnecquntof later ex I u CCMC T you been droned with mercury This booVlct will point out to i you thoretultenttheeoerlmcnnnI jwlnt t out howonp NKV MKTHOl Tll VT MUNT will o5lttvcly euro you It hnvobconrarodbynprorii I CUItEANYlIrolMlSsWN8VA + j1HTlUOTUUKl I CRBT DHAlXS tNNATUUAI DIN KlK BLADDERdllCMCf CURES GUARANTEED Tho Wa of Sin nt ft Ir I noloilnr 2o stamp CONSULTATION FKKK If unnllo to call write for gursTION DLAlK for 110 1K- InEATKK ENTDR KENNEDY KERGAN 122 W FOURTH STREET R IICINCINNATI O KKK KK e r t The Costliest C ilicure lr is Change of ii- and ilE its a cure thats not often possible and not always sure Theres a better ideaSabout coughs and cures Why not fit the lungs to the climate instead of fittingii l the climate to the lungs It is the power to do this that makes i AyersJ CherryPectoral i 1 ils The Best Cough Cure JO l eo 1 in the land It is a sure cure for colds and coughs a specific for Asthma Bronchitis Croupj Whooping Cough it prevents Pneumonia cures La Grippe and it so strengthens the lungs and heals the torn tissues that many cases of disease marked by all the signs of Incipient Con sumption have been absolutely cured by its use uVe tried almost everything for asthma without success At last we used your Cherry Pectoral and the relief was imme1 date S A ELLIS Keene N H i AyersCluny+ There were sixteen children in my fathers familyand there are seven in my own We have never since I can remember been without Ayers Cherry Pectoral and have never had a case of cold or a cough that this remedy did not cure s HON WM E MASON Chicago III It My wilt was sick in bed for ten months and was attended by six different doctors All of them said that she had consump j tion and some of them said she could not live a month I bought one bottle of Ayers Cherry Pectoral It seemed to help heft r10 secured one dozen bottles Before these were all usedshe was completely cured and today is strong and well J W EWING Camden Point Mo u For more than n year my wife suffered with lung trouble She had a severe cough great soreness of the chest and ex eti- enced difficulty in hretlllng A three months treatment with Aycrs Cherry Pectoral effected a complete cure We regarded it u remarkable ns the other rein cdicj she had tried had failed to even give relief C H BURRIS Marine Mills Minn I IPrice 100 Half size bottles lpriceJ 50c- For sale by all Druggists and Gonoral Deniers 1 IFOB SALE thlImyIBlacksmith Carriage and Wood Workersl Tools consisting of the latest models Also Mn thebestIITwo Saddle ONES and Harness Horses pertectly rstIIn itc need of any of the above OHNITlHrII ains by cnlting on in UOSE hazel Green Ky IIDlJ1B IDDIlMl lt Im A positive and pcrmnnent cure forlIonm halfBeall ache orire8dncheHeadache Cured Free by sample mailed you if this paper Is mentioned T h o- arcmore promptly headaches i WilliiTho Dr Whitehall Meg Co SOUTH ENDIND- LOCKHART wDENTIST 1 EZEL KY Goldli1nWill be at Ilicel Green Monday Dee 5 aad rttaala one week Charges reasonable T inti liliir Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect May 15 1898 EAST BOUND oCSTATIONSex Doily Sunday I I pmAronpmWinchesterpmFalrllepntIndianpmClaypmStantonpmFilsonpatIlundeepmNalIiridgepmTorrentpmnentlyve pmAttsolpmJackson WEST BOUND No 1 I STATIONS No3SunayI mAtholI pmThreeFkaCpmBeattyyepmTorrentpmNatpmDundeepmFUlonpmBtantonpmClaypmIndianI pmFaultspmWinchester pmAvonpm Lexington D 30am 810 pm J1tBARB Genl Manager OHM SCOTT Gen Pili Agent i HAZEL GREEN AGBEMY eTho Qhonpest and Best School in Eastern Kentucky The present session opened t MONDAY EPT5 J 98ii Tho instruction is thorough yq f The discipline is tho best Tho expense is tho lowest pSend for catalog of llRrtlcularsJ wwi H CORD Ilnzcl Green Ky J bTAUx4t3i lUlh Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY leSurgery and obstetrics nspecjjj iI SILAS B KA8H M PM j PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY J anafred al m Office at residence and ealU i a11 hours Obitctrlci a specUlty f A HAS- UATTORNEY ROLLIN atLAW HAZEL GREEN KY Will practice In the courts bf Wolfs d adjoining counties and attend ptOfBr1 all colleoUona entrusted to bias 4 w