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any produced Sizes guaranteed us marked tFSOLD BY kF J TAYLOR DAY r HAZEL GREEN KY JM ROBINSON NORTON CO LOUISVILLE KY II UGH ESOLD RELIABLE TONICQUies Chills 50c 100 Bottles Druggists Have It IMPROVEDTASTE PLEASANT- RobinsonPettet t Go tSSv In BODE HARDWARE COMPANY I WHOLESALE f LUSAEff ara C1TTair CINCINNATI O fr Reference J Tnylor flay hazel Green r ztiHCHO SSs VKI B f J HSiff2xl55SBE r 1657 Raco St m1 p 1j J CINCINNATI Tho loading houso for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING GOODS and NOTIONS Always have BIG Drives C2T6pooial attention to Mail Orders roEYER WISE r9 K fICNEK uironrnns tan jonnnns OF ff FURNISHING GOODS HOSIERY- I iI Underwear White Goods i r V- if NOTIONS FANCY DRY GOODS 1 225227 Race St rlll1t tt Meyer ri4flragleeoldlllalahon UlNCIBNATL 1 AR 1r-I Manufacturers and Jobbers of BOOTS SHOES S RUBBERS- No 3 W PEARL STREET CINCINNATI SyrrrGIT T OUR NOTKnEADSjEnvalopM I tnloBjJ ir it e IIn printed at IIEBAU C GENERAL NEWS Mississippitovns raisedHalifax b18YInrcndforthoOhioyellowfavorA Paris paper declares that the secret papers in the Dreyfus case wero burned several days ago Arcticthisl on largestOOC Chicago is making a strenuous MethodistEpiscopnl toheFranco is overtheproposestowhole of Egypt Secretary Wilson has awarded to a New York firm tho government contract for seeds at 70978 for 14288108 packets petition asking fjjr Spains immediate ovac uation of tho island A revolutionary movement has boon discovered in Russia and 400 arrests have been made including many school teachers- Independence HallPhiladolphia has been restored to its colonial appearance mid rededicated with appropriate reportiTerritory calls especially for pro visions for education of the people A largo number of negroes are flocking to tho Indinn Territory and Agent Wisdom fears serious trouble between them and tho In diansA of vessels are stranded on sandbars in tho Yukon River and frozen in and when tho ico breaks up next spring they will go to pieces By January 1 tho University of Chicago oxpects to raise 2000 000 which makes a gift of same amount from John D Rockefeller availableTwo from the black plague of India occurred on tho French bark Duchess Anno on hor recent trip from Honolulu to San FranciscoCol who died of yellow fever in Now York had planned a system of uiuiiuifcu for IInvnnn which he believed would banish yellow foyer James M Hobson brother of tho Morrimac hero a West Point cadet was hazed by his companions and compelled to recite tho naval ox ploit at Santiago It is reported in London that King George of Greece will abdi cato next spring in favor of the Crown Princo Constantinoand will settle permanently in Denmark HannahWest andsAbraham Huff man are under arrest at Washington Court House 0 ou tho wom ans confession for having behead ed Louis Ball 12 yours ago with a razor Tho president has approved of tho courtmartial sentence dismiss= ing from tho navy Chaplain McIntyre of tho battloship Orogcn who reflected on Admiral Sampson in a lecture Tho United States supremo court in a decision has sustained tho constitutionality of tho tax laws of Now York levying a tax on for eign corporations doing business in that state At a public mooting hold in San Juan Porto Rico Oct 81 resolutions were adopted demanding territorial rights discontinuance of military rule regular civil govorn moot and au oighthour day for laboring men Old papers 200 a hundred w ft 1l 1 T I CONCERNING CARL SGHRZ Who Has Developed Into u IiteUectMl Cripple the Asaiodeas ef American Politics I BOO that Carl Schurz that groat and good Ulan is breaking into print some moro on the subject of objeotstocrazykaisertle crazy kaiser because a Methu selah cycle of lifo in those United States could not mako him an American citizen He is by nature tho littlest meanest kind of Gor man toady who can novor bo thoroughly satisfied with himself unless ho has some small burgomaster or village councilor to kick him every day or two Tho imprint of uponthoto him a badge of honor Had ho the intellect of Goethe ho could not possibly understand American imagination ceive an idea of American manhood His horizon of existence is bound ed everywhere by oflicialism and the zenith and nadir of his hopes are the hand of a patron and tho boot ofn burgomaster Forced upon America because no other prosoncehiswhich outlawed him and his am bition could aspire no higher than to lick the dust from tho foot of some flunkey who had walked be hind the kaiser Imperialism with its gradations from tho slave to tho emperor is his ideal government but tho imperialism of a free peo onperorbySo it makes mo hot in the collar expresshimselfican life and politics Thoro aro thousands of intelligent Germans in this country who have studied our institutions until they can ap preciate the dignity of American citizenship but ho is not ono of thorn They ore not scholars as ho is but they are men which ho is not They have grown to tho sturdy independence of American bybirthhuHlectual cripple tho Asmodous of American politics a hunchback among tho straight anti smooth truuked poplars of this western forest Ho does not think the Cubans or the Filipinos would moke desirable iutperialisni of Reconstruction and God for bid that any Southern man should over forgot that ern of infamous oppression Ho was willing that tho newly liberated slaves should dominate thoir former masters though tho least worthy of those Southern men was by birth and brooding and by instinct worthy to bo the master of Carl Schurz and is today Ho was willing that upthoby satrap for speaking impolitely to a negro Ho was willing that tho entire whito population of the south should have to cringo before a negro postmaster who could neither write nor road in order to got their mail Ho incited tho pecu lations tho outrages tho crimes committed against a bravo and generous pooplo throughout this shameful period of lust and tyr anny Ho hold up his hands in holy horror and shrieked aloud when the white Americans of the South drowned tho opprossor in his own blood It was right in his sight that potty officers of tho army and scoundrels of tho Freedman Bureau should oppress and wrong and murdor tho white citizens of Louisiana and Mississippiho deemed they did God service whoa they destroyed and despoiled tho robols But ho fears the oppros sion or our army officers tothe Antilles and tho Philhpinos his heart bloods for those poor pooplo If thor is anything that can cleanse William McKinloy from rs tho smurch of Hannaism it is the opposition of Carl Schurz and Qro ivor Cleveland If thoso two follows should curse a tltu heap it would carpot itsolf with Kastor lilies be foro another sun They could cure tho Algorino over by jjust wishing that tho sick man might die of it They both oppose expansion Gro vor Cleveland rightly BO because ho has to put stitches in his skin now rhonover ho oats for fear of bursting But Sohurz has to use a bollows to separate the skin of Maybecause to curso expansion At any rate ho fights it I am not especially partisan to tho present administration It was not of my choosing nor do I think that it received a majority of the honest votes cast at tho polls But handicapped as it is by Mark Han na and Alger and other heavy woights of iniquity itls hotter than anything that Carl Schurz can con ceive of and it is beyond his criti cism I am with it or with any other administration of the kind when it says that tho American flag shall not bo pulled down whore it once has boon rightfully raised And speaking for thoso who justly ConfederacyIJ Soulo Smith Lexington Ky in the Gatling Gun for November About Mr Goobel and His Bill corruptinfluence his election billat Frankfort should remember that it was ho who refused to allow n caucus of Democrats on that bill before it passed tho senate It was ho who refused to allow a moments dis cussion of that bill in tho senate boforo it did pass that body It was ho who when ho found a majority in tho house against it call ed a caucus and tried to ring tho senate in although it had already voted on tho bill It is ho who can account perhaps for tho disap pointment of sumo members of that body who havo since failed to receive places under the ponitm thoughthud corruption blush in shame If it is not bru tal corruption to deny ones own pooplo tho right to veto for dole gates to a Democratic convontion thou ho play not bo as wo think him If it is not corruption to frame a bill that is so altogether partisan that it provides for tho roprosontation of only one party then wo may not know what loads corruption Virginia hare laws similar to tho Kentucky law when ho knows that both provide for minority repre sentation when his law does not then ho maybe loss corrupt than Democrats think him and tho hundred other statements made in his Glasgow speech which are so altogether preposterous that it scorns idlo to repeat them Editor Emmett Orr of time Owon News About Rod Halrod Girls An elaborate and extended arti nppearin yotItsboon dolayod by a fouling contro versy between Judge Smith and tiivudtf n R to who should lhave Mm honor of producing it Tho judgo IB anxious for tho job because ho is convinced that such an article carrying his signature would make him solid with a certain Titian thatched beauty of Lexington with whoso colorato charms ho is sorely smitten But I am loath to lend tho Gatling Gun to any such minis tor scheme Not in the interest of tho Hon J Soulo Smith at any rate I have my own eye on a radiant redheaded girl right hero in Cleveland and I think I havo some privileges in tho promises Bodes I know moro about rodheaded girls in one blessed minuto than Smith will over find out until ho- art J J 1 W 1 roads tho article I shall writ Iam so filled with the inspiration of the subject that Ill have to litsomo of it leak out or Buffer much girlithoif is tho most adorable divinity that over caused mortal man to make a monkey of himself She has never exeeptbyartiatiobeautyworshipping ever notice that aside from her girlisgraces that go to mako woman 10jworshipful With fow exceptions 1 she made irrosistoblo with a glori J ous oyo a clear complexion fine features a divinely moulded form an harmonious voice and a gait that is a symphony of locomotion 1 Tho rich contrast of an auburnIcoiffure against tho chasteness of J an ivory nook is quito enough toi1i quicken tho pulse of an Indian cigar sign I dont know how this conton tion will finally bo settled as the opposition shows no sign of weak ening and I am disposed to remain firm It may bo howovor that I shall have to yield tho point ns I find it advisable to jolly the judge along when tho spook doesnt por ambulato with promptitude But Ill havo my fling some day for all that Walt3r Hurt in tho Gatling Gun Valuable Property For Sale Residence in Winchester 11 rooms lot 00x210 in best part of town stablo o Magnificent property Price 5 COO Addross or call on T M Morrow Winchester or 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ears are deaf Before we speak our kindly word And only utter toying praise o When not a whleper can be hOArd tf Vhydo we walt till Iandl ate laid Closefolded pulseless ere we place Within them rotten nweot and rare And lUlu In their lawless grace Why lo we wait till eyes are sealed To light and lovo In death deep trance Dear wistful eye before wo bend Above them with Impassioned glance 1 Why do we watt till heart are still To tell them all the love In ours And give them mien late meed of praise And lay above thorn fragrant flowersr How oft we cnruicB wait till lifes Sweet opportunities are past And break our alabaster box Of ointment at the very lat 01 lot IM heed the living friend Who walk with UH mEl common wnya Watching our eyes for look of love And hungering for a word of pralne N Y Tribune An Army Wife KY CAPTAIN CHARLES KING ICopyrlghttd bFTennyson Nt ly SYNOPSIS Chapter LFannto MeLane a young widow laI Invited to visit tho Clrnftonn At Kort Bcdgwlck liar sinter trios to tile undo her an Ilutulolplt Merriam whom she had jilted for old McLane and his bride are stationed there Chapter II Fannie MeLane wedding causes family feeling A few months later oho while traveling with her husband meets Merriam on his wedding trip Chapter III Some time previous to thin Merriam had gone on a government sur vey fallen 111 and had been nursed by MM Tronmlne and daughter Florence A hasty noto from Mm McLanoa atupson tokos Mm to the plains Chapter IV Young McLnno dictates to Merriam A dying message which Is sent to 1nrry a young Chicago lawyer and brother In law of Mrs McLnno Reply causes Merriam to swoon Ho Is taken to Tremalno culls for Florence CIIAITKIl V It WIIK October before the Mirvevorti finished their work In tin Mcscalcru mountains mid1 Merrinm anil his men were recalled to Sedgwlck LateI In July Hilly Whittnkcr had been relieved by hit restored comrade std returned to headquarter he lout no tine in call Ing on the Ilnyncs and between him Iudl that churning lit Me army matron Mrs 1 layno there were exchanged wig1 nilluaut smiles and knowing looks and not n few confidential words to all of which the blond XorsoIonlilng captain mid husband twined to glvo hearty ap proval And letters from the canton inont lonjf letters came to Mrs Hnyne from her friend Mrs Trcmainc nnd long loving hllftsful missives from Florence nnd when the HnyncH father and nether hogs and girls nil present lly went In to Chicago for n month at the fair It leaked out In Rome way that r Mm llnyne left freighted with toy sterl OUN commissions from her friends at the Catamountt Tremalncs reverses permitting no such extravagance an n Journey cspeclnlh In view of the ninny new amid lovely Items that women decrees us Indispensable now And presently It wens known nt Sedgwlek that despite his complete recovery MrI Merrlam seemed lo llnd It necessary to leave the detachment In the tnountnlow und make frequent even hazardous rides with only a single orderly down deep into the canyon of the Catamount mind soon hack to Wells and the cantonment Long before the Ilaynes returned from Chicago therefore the sweet neeret was out anil nil Fort Kedgwlck was talking of Merrlams engagement to Ploy Ire attune She wan but 18 he 23 She was shy sensitive an Idolized daughter There were times when she was actualI 1 ly IavelyesoI deep and tender were her eyes so winning her smile soft nod caressing her voice He was stalwart BOldlerly flne looking certainly but n n nn few heartily liked while few thor oughly knew him lie hail peen wild extravagant anti some said dissipated the flrHt two or three years after hlH graduation He was known to be trunk and truthful and as a giver nail lender 1 had been decidedly too generous He vaa a conscientious ofllcer lu many i ways except when he was serving un tier Huxtoiu He couldnt bear tux and Ilex not Infrequently spoke dls pnnaglngly of Menlams ability a thing that might have hurt him in the eyes s of hU superiors bm for the fact that they knew Box far better than he knew them Among oilk era of his own grade there were none whose opinion was worth having who really disliked Merriam but very few who felt themselves sufficiently Intimate with Hint to active ly like They had nothing against htm except n certain Indifference of manner and nothing that called for enthusiastic pinine Ills conduct In returning to his regiment from nn expensive eastern eta f don anti putting himself en rctrnlte un tit Ills debts should be lifted and his duns appeased met with general eon mendation Ills course In taking the ttescniero detail oft n brother ofllcer J1atuJaWftA held to be characteristically pointsmedhere were not four people fllccni or- t I tt yar mowt ti 2 y Iej elUiir iecavnlry or the lfii9er8 who ttibugbi him good enough for Florenoe Xremaine Wish herr joy Aye with nil my heart said the old colonel when tho news of the engagement was brought to hImItbut can we hope t1 Even Capt Hnyne was not sure though lie tried to be and found comfort and in npirntlon In the cntliuslaHrn of his de voted wife and In the stanch opinions of JlilJy Whittakcr Those two were the two at Sedgwlck to whom that en gagement brought gladness without al boy anti since there were not tour peo ple In the combined commands who could thoroughly approve the match It follows that nt most therefore there could be only one more but that one was time most confident the most en thusiastic the happiest the gladdest the proudest the fondest girl that ever lived Florence her own sweet self In n passion of tears one exquisite moon lit evening late In June she had thrown herself upon her knees by her mothers ildc nod sobbed out the news that Merriam had told her he loved her dearly and had asked her to he his wife and when the mother draw her to her bosom nnd held her there and mingled tier tears with those of her beloved child her heart went up in prayer to Heaven for she knew that which Tremalne could not understand that M deep so fonl1RO mill possessiog was the love with which Florence would love prob ably did love that there could be no listening to reason She had pinned her faith on llnndolph Merrlam anti It could not be shaken Hut neither wife nor daughter know that nightI that earlier in the evening Merriam had sought the husbandll1l1d tauter nnd opened his heart to him told lilts his whole story and begged of him his consent and blessing I slid love Miss Hayward he said I wax fascinated beyond expression and was stunned by the abrupt end of our en gagement but nil that passion was killed by the dttnllu that have reached me and In I itst place have grown up an admiration and love fur your daughter that far exceed anything I have known before I have had hard lessons sir I am not worthy the love of one so pure and true as site hot it shall bo my con stant endeavor to make her happy Trcmaine could not answer for n mo ment What have you told her thus tar he naked though not unkindly I told her before I was summoned back to the detachment otter that shooting scrape up in the mountain about Miss Haywnrd and my broken engagement and her prospective mar riage I do not think I hail any busil tress to do even thlllio tell her any thing that might seem to single tier out as confidante hat the Impulse was stronger I ban 1 was Was tintthe tiny before flit courier mate down with the news of thought asked tilt captain with uplifted brows lie was thinking of how Florence had been found by her mother In tears that very afternoon Very possibly sir thought I cannot recall the day Then after n poise Answer me this question Merrlam said the older ollleer If Miss Hayward were to treat this man as she slid you If slue were again to come into ydnr life nnd say Tome back to me 1 do not ask you what your answer would heI ask whatI would your heart say I Nothing Even It she were not his wife I could not think of her again without aversion Yet she Is accomplished and n lienuty you soyvItleh my Florence Ithey tell me though I cannot sec It Is not She Is accomplished too much KO She Is n beautiful woman but I look In your daughters eyes sir amid I see her isryou see her lot knows I marvel that anyone can fall to see her except ns you do and as I do And Tremalno hold out his humid gripped hard the lean brown fingers that clasped In his essayed to say some thing that was Ktlll weighing on his heart but gave It up She IIs all I have to give Merrlam lie presently said hut she Is all the world to me And so when Merrlam returned to Swig vielc to taco the volleys of congrat ulation and the occasional shakes of tho hcivd with which his seniors said to him Shes n heap too good for you man he could not but be memo of the trend of public sentiment nnd though time and again he had said as much to her to her parents to himself It must be owned that here was a case where It was not entirely flattering to find the world of his own expressed opinion It nettled him not n little and omen Whlttakcr and Mrs Haynu could not entirely comfort him It was nil very well to say You must remember that Florence has been the pet of our regi ment ever since sue was born declare It makes me jealous at times for my own babies au Mrs Hnync did It was gratifying and complimentary to Ida taste that the commendation of his gentle fiancee was so general but no matter how conscious n man may be of the own shortcomings Is it ever a com fort to find that nil his friends arc equally aware of them It mist be owned that there were moments when Merrlnm grew impatient of these com ments upon his unworthlncBs ex pressed or fimplied even while his heart rejoiced over the enthusiastic Intarcqt displayed by all the garrison In his wife that was to be Y 4 Andlie was a ery devoted lover too Only twice a week did the mall rider go out to the cantonment but Kandy wrote to her Jong crowded pages every day and her letters came even longer and brimful of love nnd sunshine and happiness He hail sent to St Louis for her engagement ring and her delight over It and Its beauty was something delicious to sec though she properlyI rebuked him for his ext nvngancc and warned him never again to spend so much money In jew dry for her while he was yet n poor lieutenant Hy and by when he be come n great general as surely hcI must then it might be permissible but no matter how great or distin guished he might become never could she be prouder of him or of his lovo titan now never never As the late autumn wore on It wns ar ranged that the wedding should take place nt Sedgwlck and both rulers amid troopers the th toot amid the th horse were to give the happy couple a glorious sendoff Moth bride and groomelect lindl seen much of time cast anti south within the ten years preced ing this of 92 and Mcrrlam suggested southern California Coronado Beach Santa Ilarbara and Monterey for their honeymoon trip Florence would have gone without question had he sold Kam din ikn or Tlmbuctoo Once twice dur lug tilt autumn long letters had reached him from Ned Tarry letters over which he pondered gravely Mr and Mrs MeLane said the second letter were once more in Jotham the vortex of a gay circle hut Mrs Parry had de clined to go east again Ilehiiuself had not cared to go and did not call upon the happycouple or upon their revered uncle when as It happened lit did have to go Mr Mellcn has never written me since my letter to him telling him why I could not attend the wedding wrote Parry Yet he anti I have got to have an accounting amt in the near fu turf too limit first my boy I must tonic up that California story nnd we ore to meet It may be weeks yet before I can get away but when I do Ill wire If possible get n brief furlough and join me Ill come by way of Sedgwlck until1 Chorlnlllwlll not be with us And though Merriom soon answered that letter he made no mention of his engagement Cards In due form were issued lu January just a fortnight be fore the ceremony and that was Parrys first intimation of the impending crisis Charlotte was astonished Hoth were rejoiced on one account yet both wished for the girls sake again that he hind not been so precipitate Each believed that the old love stUI Riuol head thU darling Ill be with you In a moment tiered std could be fanned Into flame They sent a beautiful gift to tine bride some rare cutglass pieces over which Florence almost cried with delight amid for the first time in long weeks Char lotte Parry wrote to her fair sister in Gotham and told her of Mr Mcrrinins engagement to such a charming girl the only daughter of n distinguished of fleer the pride and bratty of the regl meat the toast of nil the cavalry amid other elaborations some of which1 It must be owned Mrs Parry coined hilt most of them she compiled nail evolved from the letter Merrlnm wrote to her two days after he hall posted the curds The wedding was lovelyI an tinny weddings usually are The day was perfect the music grand the nsscm hinge nil that could be desired the ceremony despite the must of tears In many eyes and Tremalncs manifest emotion had gone ofT without n jar The reception nt the Haynes was aim ply perfect as everybody said ami then though It was a manifest give away of the young couple and Probably very bad form Indeed dozens of men nail women hud ridden to the june tion to meet the westbound train anti zee thorn off and hardly hail their fond faces failed in the distance damn an other a very different one n radiant smiling beautiful face was unveiled to the startled vision of the bride anti time woman who was said to have wrecked Randolph McrrlnmVlife a few months gone by wan there In most be witching guise despite the dust and grime of railway travel to overwhelm her with pretty speeches and charming compliments and complete dismay CHAPTKU VI godirecttogether after n cold anti embarrassed acknowledgment of Mrs McLanes greeting and n most unwilling presenta Lion to my wife he hurried Into an other car to be alone and collect his thoughts It was sundown by this d4 t t U J time and only sundown Tor hours vet poor Florence might bo at flie mercy of that merciless woman whoj Merrlnm now believed could be capable of anything The Bought was unbear able From the conductor he IcnrneJ that the McLanes were bound for Core undo Bench nnd that settled It Inns lily writing n few lines he folded the paper compactly mind walked briskly back to the Pullman Both faces light ed at his coming Floys with Infinite relief Fannys with laughing triumph Xot another moments leave sirI lxplolnedIwhere youve ugnln to nlxindon your beloved Fancy a man who would leave his bride within an hour of their wedding to go and1 smoke among strangers Oh that reminds me I havent presented you to Mr MeLane Will you conic with m nowCold refusal was on his tongue but n sudden thought struck him Lend on madame I follow he said and as she tripped blithely away down the a We he quickly turned back bent and printing one long kiss on Floys troubled face hurriedly whispered Head this darling Ill be with you In one moment and then side cannot remain Then calmly amid deliberately he fol lowed Mrs McLanc had halted at the angle of the narrow passage around the smoking compartment and was await ing him there Seeing that he stopped short nt the portiere In full view oft Florence had she looked around bowing motioned her to proceed But she had united for a purpose anti meant to hove her say Who was it that de clared that even at the nllnrllI her wed ding dress n woman could not forgive time rejected lower who had found conso lation elsewhere It Yon are to be congratulated on the elasticity with which you recover from even revere attacks Mrt Merrlam Your fewer was said to be such- I have been fortunate in two recov cries Mrs Mcfane was the cool re sponse Now if you mire readyI to pre sent me to MrI MeLane I am at your service if not I desire to return to my wife The flush that leaped to her face the angry tight to her eyes site could neither conceal nor control For n mo ment she stood there amazed enraged anti trembling then these words burst from her lips I thought I loved yon Handy Merrlam not two mouths ago yes despite everything Now I hate you And with this melodramatic speech she Impetuously and abruptly turned mind for the second time took refuge dust or no dust at the rear doorway the presentation to her husband apparently forgotten For a proper and reasonable minute he awaited her rtturntthen quickly stepping back seated himself by his young wifes side Ills hand sought and found hers his fond eyes eagerly searching were not long denied time upward appealing glance of hers Did you read 1 Do you approve dear love he softly asked It would be exasperation t have to travel on with them Shall wire to Stoneman 1 Whatever you say Iandy was the whispered answer Only you wont have to leave me again will you Only for an Instant dear just long enough to send the dispatch from Fauntleroy one station ahead She will not trouble you again And from Fauntleroy a brief tele gram was flashed along the wires to the post quartermaster at n fatuous old Arizona station two hours ride beyond aril when the brllllnntlolIgi1ed train came steaming up to the platform there stood a brace of officers with wel come In their eyes anil before Sirs MeLane once again seated in hep toe lion mind feigning deep Interest In hr hnppenrtiMrcar he merely raising his hat In civil farewell the pride however as the rev stilt of brief conference with her lord smiling bravely down Into the upturned face of lIaJ1r1HGoodnightWhyme you were going to direct to San Diego and I had planned to have errs so long a talk with you anti Mrs Me Inne hind possessed herself of that slender hand and was hanging on suspi ciously hard Yes well be there after n little was the serene answer We visit old friends first at Fort Stoneman and with that our army girl withdrew her hang which hypocritical social ethics prescribed she should extend She had even the hardihood to glance over her stylishlyrobed shoulder anti nodncheery insouciant farewell to the fair yet clouded face at the Pullman window toherTO nn CONTINUED Inn Old Man hefniahedyou to do me n favor I want you to WhatslIisnnmenArabella blushed and looked down at her plate Tell him the bluff old millionaire went lint stayingIdekuHpaper leavesAfterhomeurllcrCJoeJand r 1rti You onsunpflon notNobodywantsit yearItcomes R coughs and colds until the throat is raw and the lining membranes of the lungs are coughcwhen it first appears and you remove the great danger of future trouble iAgerS Cherrg peelorill stops coughs of all kinds It southpower s est preventive to consumption Put one of Ayers Cherry PectoralvPlastersoveryourluags 1 A wholf AteffeaJ y Ubrmey From For four cents In utatnpi topay veit wo will tend you ilxteen medical woks Medloml Atlvlcm Fr9We have the exclusive Ionic of k some of the moil emInent phlclanl In the United Steles Unusual oppoi tunltlei and long experience aunt UBntly Ot them for Irtuigyou medlcetii advice Write freely all the partly uteri In your cue You wilt receive a 1 prompt tAddressl t Lowell UaM I You want an t Organ andil i have just so t much money to HowImuch is it i Write and tell US Estey Organ Coii Bratttcboro Vt lIMINIMIMIMINIMIMIMIMINIMIMIMIMIIMIMIMIMIMIMIMIMII11 i ii The uuuurI ROLLERS Company Printers Roller l MANUFACTURERS OF IRollersI i t i 421 and 423 DEARBORN ST CHICAGOqq i With enlareed quarters modem machinery end j i I new management we are prepared to fill orders j i promptly All rollers guaranteed round smooth jj b i and true and absolutely free from pin holesr t i UNEXCELLED for HALFTONE s 1 or other fine work I j Fa With 27 years experience fair prices and liberal i terms wo ask your patronage and guarantee tofi satisfy you Remember to ship us or write forii terms mentioning this advertisementtIt Ofa fa titlt fa il t Whats the i t Matter with tI KANSAS I S KANSAS OWNS In round numbers jS 900000 horses and mules 550000 milch cows I 600000 other cattle 2400000 swine and 225000 sheep S ITS FARM PRODUCTS this year In S elude 150000000 bushels of com 60000000 bushels of wheat and mil I lions upon millions of dollars In value of other grains fruits vegetables etc F In debts alone It has a shortage t S Send for free copy of Whats the S Matterwith Kansaso new bock of S9bpagesef facts S Ontril rMtfitr Offlet i n lUkUom Tps a guts ft lUUwj Flay II otl 11 t I I rt K 5r I 7 J t t ttttt ttt HillItf f It c u pr f PROGRESS AND CIVILIZATION It In Some Jtensure Depend Upon a iiAdelluRte Money Supply Need- I of Our KsiinniUuir IntereaU Throughput ull ages It will be noted by the student of history tb progress of the world has been cote n wurary with a large yield of the pre J cious modals from the mines of the S earth and that progress was sugien- edi and civilization either lagged o positively retrograded at all when the production of gold and silver materially declined The influence of un adequate moue M i supply fceeiUb to have been understood jj by the nnclent Spartan rulers who made their domestic money of iron rCllcnlngtnlone In more modern times the obi feet lessons demonstrating the effect t of money supply hove been so marks- a to impress themselves upon the minds of leading thinkers who have I bequeathed to the world a rich legacy in the form of able treatises upon the i subject Following the discovery of America the impetus that the world re F sewed through the gold anti silver brought to Europe by the Spaniards from Mexico anti Peru is now genet ally regarded as the principal cause w anti to mark the beginning of the re r nassa lice in Europe and to usher iin i that period known as the grand march 1ofcivilization t It has also been noted that when o heclIt4 pnl1ItlItfi1ssnnuower by law with the debtpaying accepting it for taxes and forc I lug the snare upon government redlt slIchVt atfrera of general prosperity It has also been noted that periods succeeding WillS in which the piper money that mane into use during such Will was be V ing retired and the volume of money In circulation reduced that an erat falling prices cusuc1Cousin greatI distress limiting production and mak lug It dlUicult or impossible for those f r igntiotss s Such object lessons as these have iscausedl thoughtful people to investI t gate nod discover the lull ucnce Ix f TrTetlI by an increasing or decreasing c volume of money upon production and1 exchange Investigation soon re sealed the law controlling prices showing that they advance or recede 0 as the vulture of money Is increased or diminished In view of the fact that i production is stimulated and the wealth of the world largely IncreasedI v4 a lid the sum of human happiness multi FIlsultoClllllucllalilnglllollFt tIIproduced when the mousy supply iis t being diminished the question natur ally arises why should out till intelli gent men and good citizens put forth a common effort to secure a regular uniform and adequate money supply to the end that progress and prosperity may go on uninterrupted The further question suggests itself with great force why in this marvelous age of expansion and development there should he found a powerful body t of citizens representing the variousi i nations in combination for the pun pose of outlawing one of the metals that has been the source of money sup ply throughout the ages I The answer to this question is that iif the nations und states of the world I e and the individuals and corporations transacting the worlds business hulli not contracted large and enormous debts to be pail in money it would not be to the interest of any class to seek to restrict the money supply und through falling prices give money it larger purchasing power And It may- bef said that the only class in this na lion or tiny other that profits by a di J minishing money volume is those whose investments are in money fu I tures in the shape of bonds and mortI gages who are unjustly enriched at th expense of taxpayers and debtor- whose property Is being gradually con I pricesThisthe worlds great bondholders and creditors and enables us to under c stud the motive by which they are Im I polled Those who advocate the gold stand ard seek to produce confusion In the I regardlag ey power Is used They accuse those who oppose them of seeking to array the poor against the rich Nothing z cue be further from the fact Among the ranks of the bitnctallists are ninny who possess enormous fortunes while t the large body of intelligent bimetal lists are men engaged in business to a gether with professional men artisans y and laborers who either own homesOnbondbOldlngr r with the banks under their control Outside of Which their principal fog J ry t aI as lowers thweakcanapolItlclnns handsomelye selfish comblnncworldeworking in concertupon the various nations of the earthIt has thebeginningquestion Torthespolitrth nominationi Indoingland In the presidential chair undertook to handle the members of his own party and the country in such a coarse tool brutal manner that it caused a revolution which resulted In the dem 1890Jo this creditor combillationls could be drawn in politics in such a way that the people could vote for u against them by making an IntelligentI t their100mgame with grout skill and for many years Kmersonhassnld lhn t the devil Is always an ass The money power in using Cleveland to do their work and encouraging him to adopt such vigorous and unrefinr- methods proves the truth of Emersons- i sayingSilver KnightWatchman n TEE CIRCULATING MEDIUM JIN IN Sliver 1lutlIhtrua Ibe Vlii ln ol CIIIUmtrtICld Coin intn Into IIIillMK Gull IIs out of circulation in the United States It Is not money at tell It is a mere commodity used to offset foreign claims When nut so used It Is held lucked1 up In the treasury and In bank vaults fur the purposes of bond 1 llIlIcn tt and national bunkers If It were oat for the silver certifi sates and greenbacks in circulation the business of the country would eel lapse at once At least KO per cent of the hitsliu s of the country Is being done by ally certificates and greenbacks As sgon a a sljver dollar Is turned loose from the mint igoes to moving 1crops to paying mechanics and their salaries to distributing manu factures to adding to the wtlIlthof all producers by enabling them to ex change their products I As soon as n gold dollar Is turned sablrensuryIi pont Morgan or tame other foreign agent is ready tto send it abroad IIov utterly Illogical and iinhnvi nesslike are those business men who when our whole hope of busi ness stability and prosperity depends on the increasing circulation of silver attempt to discredit it and destroy its power to do the business of exchange When it iis sixteen to one or bust for every country in North anti South America how criminally foolish it is to join with Kuropeaii lories and spec ulative capitalists against the hard pushed American producer Missis sippi Valley Democrat An Kln tlc Currency The New York Sun reasoning that Mr Gage Is an ardent advocate of the substitution of bank notes for our na tional currency pertinently asks Does he take this occasion to demon strate the Inconvenience of not per milting a larger Issue of bank notes and thereby of securing support for his pet scheme And the Sun an swers Whether he docs or not his course serves only to strengthen the determination of the people to have u purely government currency made elastic by deposits of gold in the treasury That is n currency depend ent for its elasticity on the accidents effecting the production of gold not industryecurrencysPhiladelphia American A Scarcer Diillnr ocr approach towards the gold standard means n scarcer dollar with a larger purchasing power in other words that everything is growing cheap in terms of moneyand that money is growing dear in terms of all other things Hcnndnlonn Rubbery contractors rob the turnsThe army In n scandalous way but the robjury heryof locked millions ot gold In the treasury while selling bonds to get more gold is still more scandalous Mississippi Valley Democrat Coat ot Ilonnln an Ocean Liner The cost of running a large ocean andsback Is something over 4M000Cb ssago Chronicle Rivalrymind Rafe A business man hates his rival as fiercely as a woman bates hers 1S THE APPARENT REAS01T Ike Readllr Acce Hted for the Corn Vearlaa el the tatat i1Ilmotherlooking ildfoundpicturethe dud tbebeadThosehalossuch a head dress and she was perplexed After a minutes thought she held the book mammaththingsonJJhe mother looked Those are angels U4ar she said theirheadsnakedlhocDon they wear them always mammal Does all angels WeAr theme tIt andtheto houseYes tYell thetimetheytookracktheyd1rcM IJuileaatlawyer vying to serve hiclient by throwing suspicion on a witness in the cane ill uldYou allrtimet replied the witness Were you sad he interested in any bud rYes sir answered the man unhcMtat iiiRlyt Now will you he good enough to tell us how niul to what extent and what the nature of this business was in which you nnd he wore interested IIIAuisoA SOLDIERS ESCAPE From the Democrat leIlBnge Jolt Sterl ing III When Richmond had fallen and the great roinmandc had met beneath the historic apple tree at Appomattox the fttd Penn nylvania Volunteers prematurely aged clad c rtgnJkof diuiitliHH spirit swung into line for the last grand re view and then marchedsaway to begin lifes I tillhillllthe Keystone State Among the number Asa HobiiiFon cams backto the old homo in Mt Sterling III firesidorthat lie had left at the call to inns four years previousI 1 He went away a nappy boysfXIeI vigorous he came back a ghost of the tell that an s+ rend to ireiidcnt Lincoln call for 300 moreI he in an alert active man and tell the i toiy of his recovery as follows I was a great sufferer tram sciatica rheu matism almost from tho time of my dis charge from the army Most of the time I was unfitted for manual lobar of any kind and my MiUcringH were at all times intense At times 1 was bent almost double nnd got difiicultyXothing list until three years ago when my atten tion was railed to some of the wonderful cures effected by Dr Williams Pink Pills fpr Pale People I hind not taken more than ingirovetnenlinsteadily I took three boxes of the pills and at the end of that time was in better con dition than at any time since the close of my army service Since then I have never been bothered with rheumatism Dr Williams Pink Pills for Pale People is the only remedy that ever did me any good and to them 1 owe my restoration to comparative health They arc n grand remedy When sheep are sheared do they go to a baabaa shopL A W Bulletin rrOStrnmmMIIIleIlumph I 1 guess they were glad enough to get rid of itlirooklyn Life After the Correction Papa Now John ny I hAve whipped you only for your own dittyteUJohnnyIf I should tell what I think youd give me another whipping Boston Transcript The Folly of Marrying Rlehn Chon nie how would yer like to be married to that little nibscy queen of Holland Wouldrt cht be great Nat 1 wouldnt wantnone o dat Me Undo Ike married a girl wid a hundred and fifty dnllet1 and shennnat never let im say his soul was hits ownClevelond Leader TommfeIlcdlo Jimmie what kep you t JitnmfeoJ and the ot man had- an arJment lie wonted tnc to haul some wood into the back yard TomraJe How did it end Jimmln a drawJ drawcd itTruthB- fggieSoak in ordered to toko seven different kinds of liquor every day Jig i iellis doctor niurt be easy Biggie- No hiUJlau 110 go to even dlffcreutd- oevorsTwn Toctci Yeast When a women slnjrs I takq no tice she wants a piano a fiddle or something CrimonbeakWbflClrtalnll need anything to accompany it Crimson beakOh yolit does t4MWhatl CrimsonbeaWA bottle Yonkew State manShe reading Mice are fond of music and will get as close to It SB they can lIe Just cut that out and Ill send it to the girl in the next flat Good Uouekeepinc A Frank OpinfanCac4yDervs onJl one good ting I kin see golf Golfer WhafL that CacidyDe folks what play dont have to carry de JtkbH Puck i iI ArtStope 1 JJ1 VleerlxCatre eonQqare wlllar fever IlrHo byrm1t ktlolle And Consider tile AllImportant Pact Tbat jddressinr lira Pinkbtuayit Mr your private file to womaa WOMMI wtoM experience tremUng woaM iMM greater than that any llrtef plgr alcian male female You talk freely Rostra when Is revolting to relateyOt private troubles smanbekhIa- man does not because Is manaMany women suffer fusses sad drift along from went kaciw log well that they ought have Immediate assistance ftatural modesty Impels them from exposing themselves theojMMtloM and probably examinations their family physician Mvultee eacary Without or prier consult woman whose knowledge from actual expert greater theta local physician the world The following Invitation freely offered accept It the same spirit MRS PINKUAMS STANDING INVITATION Women suffering from form of female weakness invited promptly communicate with Mrs Pinkhatn at Lynn Mass All letters received opened read answered by women only A woman freely talk her private Illness to woman thus has been established tho eternal confidence tween Pinkham tho women America which bas never been broken Out of the vastvolul11o experience which ahe JIM todrawfrom1tla more Ulan possible thatshe bas gained vcryknowledgo asks nothing In return except your goodwill her ndvico relieved thousands Surely nny woman rich or poor Is very foolish If she docs not tako advantage this generous otter of assistance LydiaE Pinkham Medicine Lynn taM lIlho present Mrs Plnklmms experience treating female ills unparalleled for years alto worked by with Lydia 13 Pinkham and for sometime pat has had charge of tho correspondence department her great busl trenliul letter ns many as hundred thousand nUina women sear u turulmr a 1ArIIIIII Better than Gold and better than any other chewing tobacco ever not obliged to dig for The JOccnt piece of8ttle X r PLUGJthe largest piece of really high grade tobacco and you can get anywhere the United States Remember the name you + 4 k- k WELL DONE DEATH YOUR WILL SHINE IF YOU U- SELJOLD SORES CURED to tbeont la- I6i world fur Cbrt lileern Ulcer- Cerofloa Ulcer Varleoe leer WYit rendli Cores It never Dreweoutallpoison HateeexpaqNand- aufterlnt etc Cur Flies eit eayeleatreforltlsC- arbwt urasele- andsrlrrekWordstea P A14leidlt +lta l Oe CI Part INiaa 014 DROPSYNl1WDISCOVIIRVe for boeII f aed se a=testree ss 5USI5WLrae- afnt I v r0 x a Ip c f r tt 01 i og a t f M Is of or I can o m It t to udere4endsteep he a In bad full but a sIi4Bk to of erea II money you can a 4enco Is any z In Is In any aro to are and can of a be a Mrs and of of thntwmhelpyourcaacBhe and has of Co In aide side Mrs t solo nccv by a a Wi madeYOUare it is it in buy again OUTLIVES MEMORY Allen Old tails Iloo11 free a pad N CL In In to to to of A UNITED STATES WALL MAP A eopt Irhula IIfI Skit lea prtaw lu- KUNan FREE1 dW reii in poetess u pv ht1+ 1 iai iia4 ks- ptWloa P9XUNT1lQeuPaweti eri aaipaachtaeetnt J tt kk- A1K 1- r K 1Ijttuut7t18 Y w nlr w k- aiaNNi T hb1 llM eel aNa4N11Mvy rt iJX r THE HERALD SnjfOfX COOPEI Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Nov 10 1808 s FOR GOVERNOR tfr WAT HARDIN OF IIAIUlODSUrilO p WE go to press too onrly to givo the details of tho election in this congressional district or dofinitoly stnto tho Democratic majority but it is snfo to say that Hon Thos Y r Fitzpatrick has defeated his HQ publican opponent Major Hcitx and that tho destinies of tho dis trict will remain in Democratic hands for tho next two yours at toast That thoro has nil along boon n lack of intorost goon with out saying and there is every ron non to assume that tho aggregate voto will ho appreciably smaller than in any similar contest within tho prosont decade This can bo attributed only to tho fact that tho Democratic voters rolled too much upon tho safety promised in tho Goobol bill while as hereto fore intimated in TUB IIititAU tho Republican have hoped to work a rabbits foot by securing certificates of election and slipping into congrose through chicanery Wo heard only lust week of Dumo oratH declaring that it would be n wasto of time to go to tho polls hat Fitzpatriclc would sure bo ol ootod anyhow and that they intended to stay at home and shuck corn But confidence in the cer tificates and tho hopo that a Re publican house will seat tho Repub Bonn contestants will operate to keep many of them from tho polls so that altogether it will likely bo- n standoff THM citizens of our littlo town had a moment of happy expectancy lust Friday whoa it was learned that tho officials of tho Rod River Valley Railway were hero and for n brief period imagnation pictured tho cars running into a grand do pot in tho central part of town But an investigation of tho matter developed tho fact that thoro was nothing tangible upon which to hinge hopo Messrs J W McCau soy of Union City Mich James Muir Rothwell Ky A L French Mt Sterling Ky and W 0 Hug linrt JrGrand Rapids Mich nil of whom are identified with the road in some capacity wore simp ly hero on a pleasure jaunt and- S chaperoned by John W Craven thoy wore looking ovor tho country possiblylot UB hope so at least With tho view of somo timo extending their road to Hazel Groan Thoso of our citizens who had the pleasure of mooting thorn woro very favorably impressed and wo hopo wo shall soon Imvo tho plensuro of i again seeing thorn among UB l Tho Winter Boforo Us x According to Ezokinl 13onzy who is hold to ho tho most accurate reader of tho gooses bronst bono in America tho coming winter is going to bo a snorter says tho Elk ton Progress It is to start with a snow storm which will como in November and tho snow will stay on tho ground for tho purpose of catching and holding other snow storms that will arrive frequently and with groat vigor until about tho middle of March Mixed in with tho output of snow will bo hail winds and consecutive pori IIi n 1t ArM ode of zero weather which will causo a groat demand for overcoats and double mittens For tho firs timo in eight years tho goose bouo is white at the front end indicat ing an early snowfall As the bono of 180809 ia vory wido and mostly white all over its surface Mr Bon zy infers that there will bo deep snow and good sledding His con clusions aro well reinforced by researches among corn husks all of which ore uncommonly thick and well laid on Late Literary News It is not often that a contribu tor to a magazine spends five nut lions or so of dollars in fitting himself to write knowingly ofn subject But if popular report true that is approximately th sum which Joseph Loiter expended in tho acquisition of tho information necessary to proparo tale article which appears over his signature in tho November Cosmopol itan on Wheat This is Mr Loitors first appearance in litera ture but ho handles tho pen with a bold firm hand that shows him a min of resources Another Cosmopolitan contribution which will appeal to overy man aril woman is tho attempt of j HarryI Thurston Pock to analyze I tho component parts of tho modern I woman of fascination By what door woman fascinate Is it beauty grace spirit charm of man norl what Evasivo question I But Mr Pock goes at it as a man who has studied timid huts had oxpo don co I a Cincinnati Llvo Stock Market Tin Cincinnati Live Stock Record of Friday gives the following us tho best prices for that day No choice cattle on tho market today lop price for those on wile y IG5 Top prico for calves 600 Top price of light legs 350 heavy 870 hest sheep brought tIOO Kent Iambs brought 350 rise tibnvo were actual sales but it huiilil bo bowl in iniiul that they repre sent the best of their claw on tho market that day TUB HKIUU will each weolI give thu best nles of the Friday before i which is alone worth the price of the i paper NOW ia tho timo to subscribe I 1horo is more Catarrh in Urn section of tho country than nil other diseases J put together and until the lut few enrsI wiunupposod to be incurable For a great t ninny years doctors pronounced it a locnlI dimwit and prescribed local remedies I and by constantly failing to euro with lonal treatment pronounced it incurable I Science leas proven catarrh to ho a con I stitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Hulls Catarrh I Cure manufactured by F J Cheney it Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitu tional cure on tho market It is taker internally in doses from 10 drops to teaspoonful It nets directly on tho bloodI nut mucous surfaces of the system The otTer ono hundred dollars for any case iit fails to cure Soul for circulars and testimoninlH F J CHUNKY c Co Toledo O cold by druggists 7ric Hulls Family Pills are tho best Elder Adams in Bath County Elder II D Adams of Hazel Green closed a protracted meeting nt Sees school house on Tuesday of last week with 31 additions Bro Adams is con dueling a meeting nt Fassotts on Flat Crook this week Bath County Demo crat The series of meetings at Fassctts conducted by Elder henry D Adams of Hazel Green is progressing nicely with several additions up to this writing lire Adapts is an eloquent speaker and tho unusually largo congregations or- well e pleased with him A mistake on our part last week made us say that Elder Henry Adams closed his meeting at Scoa with H additions to the chord- when it should have been 34Flnt Creek cor Owingsvillo Outlook From Now Zealand t RKEFTON NEW ZEALAND Nov 23 189G I am very pleased to state that since I took the agency of Chamberlains toed cines tho solo lens been very largo moro especially of tho Cough Remedy In two years I kayo sold more of this pnrtl1 color remedy than of nil other makes for 1encyIsons of tho good results they have re delved from it and know its value from tho use of it in my own household It plattheI dronE J SCANTLEBURY For sal by J Taylor Day x- F FIGHTING MCKEB todaytFor telegrams Ive sent I licked and stuck one on the check With which I paid my rent I licked a stamp to paste upon A note which I renewed And then I licked another one To make a mortgage good Ive llckd these tamps to show that I Ilcspcct my countrys will And now Id like to lick the man That introduced the bill Exchange A few days ago our man about town visited Uncle Bill Combs at Noahs Ark where he was tanking his everlast ing brooms Immediately upon our en trance Undo Bill with his accustomed politeness offered the chair ho was sitting byehis numerous customers Did you over see him tie a broom 1 If not then you should do so as you will be interested by tho work And say ask Uncle Bill to tell you of the timo ho was shot at by the bushwhackers away up in bloody Perry II jilt after do war He says that ho pintcdly seta do bullhits But no matter about tho excellence of his vision with reference to bullets he does make a splendid broom andsells theta cheap lIe will deliver his brooms here from timo to time and those needing brooms could not do better thou buy of him The Dost Plaster A pieta of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on to the affected parts is superior to any plaster When troubled with n pain in tho chest or side or a tome back give it trial You arc certain to bo more than pleased with tho prompt relief which it affords Pain Balm is also n certain cure I for rheumatism For sale by J Taylor Day On Sunday morning at 10 oclock Win lIt Cord will preach the ordination ser mon and ordain elders and deacons of the Christian church on Lacy creek at tho Frank Johnson school house How to Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it vend 24 hours a sedii wont or settling indicates an unhealthy condition of the kidneys if it stains your linen it is evidence of kidney trou ble too frequent desire to pass it or pain in the hock is niso convincing proof thatI tho kidneys and bladder ore unit of order WHAT TO DO There is comfort in tho knowledge hO- often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Hoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism pain in the heel kidneys liver bladder and ovary part of the urinary passages It corrects ioability to hold water and effectsnfollowing use of liquor wino or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day nod to pot up many times dur extran ordinary cllect of Swamp Hoot is soon realized It stands tho highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should centsaor ono dollar You may have a sample bottlo and n book that tells more about it both tent absolutely free llv mail if you send your address to Dr Kilmer Co IHngham ton N Y When writing bo sure anti meutiou that you read this generou- offer in tho HAEI GKEEX HERALD FOR q W K U- mSSIl ONES1gat 350B- ETTER ONES at 600 11st AX1 XHWAKUS 4 f And Watch Repairing OO- TOa FRED J HEINTZ 135 E Main LEXINOTOX KY x J TAYLOR DAY Wholesale and Retail dealer in General Merchandise Lumber Real Estate Sc Faoit o Farmers Exchange I fLEXINGTONthisI8 or any other week i t ASK FOR tIr iA AA u JIaJt I 0Orj S OO jO1 Ol cI o i O CUTPRICE T61JUITfi 6 Brie Bt They are GreatValues effic- Q taq andt Beauties1 1belt Q O AT A nOI louis Gus StrollS Bro dayLEADINGi m LEXINGTON KYPathsad o u o 11 n- i nouEi J I alg THE GREATeve NATIONAL beeF Fl IV1f Yto1b NEWSPAPER on And your favorite homo paperCh IRrnHlOIjilL pa BorWIJ 1 an Agricultural Department of the lifebelt I THEMf1 Y WEEKLY TRIBUNElnasI 1 1 1 i all important news of the Nation and a S World comprehensive null reliable market reports able editorials interesting short statri-es scientific and mechanical information illustrated iashion articles humorous rlet2ourns and is instructive nod entertaining to every member of every family C- oT WPPIil D you nU the locnlcws political and social keeps H E L gives II L 11 r1 U in close touch with your neighbors and friends on the farm nnlllin the village informs you as to local prices for farm products the condiChthou of crops and prospects for the year and is a bright newsy welcome anti fudupeaIllsable weekly visitor at your homo and fircsillean baa1snol IiAiW Vla iIf Q trlfgJ D m ch1Jij1nrq I dh- te TQTrOff- ers r rtrQ t nl I instruction in Agriculture Mechanical En Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering three lines of Scientific StuthIfandtwentyeight Professors and assistants Laboratories and museums largo and wellan 11nudcollegiate Board in carIper 200 to e3 I IL form books and nu1tSiiM M l inJrivnte I1 yenrFallthPreliminarySeptemberFor 11 torJAMES K PATTERSON Ph Df LL D presldontI DAY AND SWANGO SPRINt itt tow Jo TAYLOR DAY PROPRIETORI or I OPEN Ito Fir ouittb Dont got possession of Swan go Springs until December 21St of It o guestsLKY o F 7t Permallentlv the eared by using DR WIIITEUAJILS RITEUJIATIC CURE HThrALL sorestsel t best 81mlllo sent free on mention of this publication TUE DltcIIEQIIIMINE t CO South Bend Indiana iiiousnesrf by torpid liver which prevents dlge IIipennlts food to ferment and putrefy i Then follow dizziness hcadachI- h e- oocfeH nud l JOt blood t Umul3to but reUeTed poisoning nervousness the bilious stomcl1 Roods fever PI IIIIS rallidrugglerI a i A r ijts HERAe= Henry Lowo recently from Mngoffii a county will preach at Sanfield on the cvtblyd Sundry in this mouth Dr NickellI reports tho birth of a girl1 fftotbowifo of Lan McNnbb of ChapelI iV branch on Tuesuay the 8th inst L Burnie Finch last week bought of W 1A T6waogo 80 acres of laud iucludiu l r Briar branch on Lacy creek for 150 i Born to tho wifo of Willie Patrick o tfaytown on Friday morning Nov 2 a i f fey Hash Patrick Dr Silas D Mast ft officiated Miss Lou Emma the bright little girl of harry Nickell and wife of the Nick ell fork of Grassy has tho thanks of our better J for some nice eating apples GREAT record of cures unc k A quailed in medical history pruneI Hoods Sarsaparilla possesses merit uu Ii biowuto any other MEDICINE Monroe Brooks the eldest son of Lee t Brooks was on Sunday taken with a deep fecold aad threatened with pneumonia If Dr Nickell was called to eco him Mon iI day The many friends of Kobort Brooks L will rcget to hear thatt he is dangerously ill of pneumonia at the homo of Ills father John E Brooks between hero and Daybboro- Eev J II Wallin requests us to announce that ho will preach at Gillmore Sunday morning and nt this place at night Services at the usual hours and everybody invited Elihu Skeins and familywho have been living on Oscar Cecils farm near town on Monday moved to tho Titos IJ i May faun near Major Vm If Taulbee on the Stale Kond fork On Sunday evening at 030 at the Christian church the topic for the SOl mon will bo Tho Message and Re spouse Do not fail to attend this lorvicc You will bo welcome Dr Silas 15 Kash reports tho birth of a girl to the wife of John Pieratt of tli i Murphy fork on Friday morning tin i 2nd lust and names her Sally tat Cooper in honor of our bettor f There wero four confessions nt tIle Christian church on last Sunday VIK Misses Mattio Cord und Sudio Harrison and Troy Piorat and Robert Cord The baptism will tako place on Friday after noon at tho river at 4 oclock Weak Eyes Are Mado Strong dim vision made clear styes removed and granulated lids or soro eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by the use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve Its put up in tubes and sold on a guar antee by all good druggists John E Cord James 0 Cord R H Harrison and Rodney Cord arrived at th Home last evening Wednesday daysMessrsfrom Mason county and the others ar from Fleming county Tho Eacle King of All Birds iia noted for its keen sight clear and din tinct vision So are those persons who nee Sutherlands Eagle Eyo Salvo for weakeyes styes soro eyes of any kind Or granulated lids SoJd by all dealers at 25 centsI J W Casstty of Sideviow while vis Ming at Hazel Green wrote us a letter fullblastOver in Smoky Hollow and disturb South Sido while ho is snaking a run of moonshine Flat Creek cor Owings ville Outlook cnrcanoods intheeyo only 7- f familyCathartic Rev K M Lee pastor of tho M E churchsouth MissVictorIa werenPmat Salem countyMrtonightorand Ilet us nil prepare to give them a hearty wel housekeepingIn thingwouldpoundIngmost probably participate and especially the members of tho Methodist church lintelGreenDay only about two weeks offj wo may prepare for that occsion by helping to make this couple happy Remember it is better to give than receive and the Lord will surely bless you Let some lady member of his flock tako the lead and our cHi liberallytofor having done so Yearss a cough and spent hundreds of dollars with doc ifusedremedy makes weak lungs strong It has saved my titsJ B Powell Grants burg 11- 1JTaylor Day who has teen at Torrent for the past month coma homo Monday and has since been beautifying the lair grounds by transplanting the shade trees from tho street in front of his residence to Midway Plaisanco immediately in front of tho amphitheatre Years ago he accidentally entrenched upon the street in running his yard fence and tilde walk outside of which were those beau tiful shade trees but his attention being recently called to the error ho takes this method to rectify the mistake notwith standing the trees had in tho meantime assumed magnificent proportions It is a pity to see those beautiful shade trees torn up by the roots and transplanted but Mr Day doubtless furls that ho can hotter afford to stand any sacrifice than to have intimated that he would net un fairly in that or any other matter 1 once the expense and trouble he incurs by this selfimposed task Lung Irritation is the forerunner to consumption Dr hells Pine Tar Honey will cure it nod give such strength to tho lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there 2ft tents at nil good druggists Dr Andy Nickell of this place wan on Saturday called to Mcncfee county to see Mrs Ponder Spencer nee Tennessee Brooks and returned Sunday 14111 there ho heard of a shooting affray at Chambers station Into Saturday evening between a man named Ingrain nnd one named Spencer in which tho latter was wounde theeparticulars of the difficulty but heard that each of tho combattnnts fired five shots and the wounded man was hit just below tine collar bone the ball passing through the body and coming out at the back The wounded man was alive at last accounts but not expected to live through tine night The Laborer Is Worthy Bis Hire Thankful to the people of this and time surrounding community for their liberal patronage since I have been n practicing pbliicinnat Hazel Green I wish to say to those who have paid mo that I am ready to answer gay or nil professional calls night or day nnd will take pleasure in doing so But to those who have never paid mo anything I desire to say ifemyebill or else employ some other pbyst foreyouedont mean to pay mo what you owe me for my sake and the sake of my children dont send after me With respect to all A 0 NICKELL Sf h- Our jolly old friend George Rice who is working on a now store building for J Taylor Day at Dundee came over last week to spend a few days with friends and acquaintance and after voting for Seitz lie left Tuesday to finish up some work at Dundee and seemed loth to leave his castle yclipt the old Masonic hall to which lie has given tho name It Orphans Home where is cosily fixed for batching it and where he hopes ore long to enscoflse some mir maiden who will care for tho orphan boy TO CUKE A COLD IN ONE I AY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets I All drulwsts refund money If it falls to cure 25c Tho genuine has LBQ on each tablet 1 ytboplace will regret to hear that she Is daa ficrously ill and threatened with paraly sis Sho is known to all the traveling public as tho best caterer in this ead af tho state and a moro charatable nor warmhearted woman ever lived in this community Aunt Lou as she is hoc ingly called has over been kind to thoa In sickness or distress either by attentio- in 0u person or with her delicacies and ro tucmbcring those things the ladies of hazel Green should do all they CUD to comfort her in her present illness Our colored citizens are loud in their praise of the hop held at tho house 0 Mr and Mrs Alex Higgins on Tuesday societyIlargo o belles nnd beaux tripped the light fantas tic till nearly 12 oclock Send your laundry to tho Winchester Power Laundry the best in tho state D B Littoral is agent at Hazel Green r nnd will call for and deliver goods in town Tie will also forward all packa Iges sent in from tho country 27tf Police Judge George Wheeler who hits been engaged for tho past two or threw weeks in surveying that large body of land known as tho Wulkcr Creek Coal and Coko Co boundary and recently bought by J Taylor flay returned homo Saturday LLawfMVllMWlifl RMIMAIM1FlIN11 1Ww 1 Railroad Engineer Testifies to Benefits Received From Dr Miles Remedies ct I Pj 4IinnB Is no more responsible rtcaltlon 1 uu onrth than that or a llltoailcnln tier On tits steady nunves clear brain bright aye and jwrfect suit command do putitl tho safety of tho train and tlio Itvott of its ptusviigon Dr Opted Korvtno and atWr remedies are especially adapted t- obIIl tboiiom s steady tho brain clear uui tle muutul furultlcs unimpaired EoKiuccr F W McCoy formerly of 1323 residingoatSUtllnnibolUtSt 1 suffered for years fosn coiuit atlu caus log sick nervous and bilious headaches and was fully restored to health by Dr Mile 1 Norvo Liver Tills I heartily recommend Dr MUM f j rDr sold nomtlloliI 0Dr faro glste Mil00 guarantee first bottle i1alnecliez Reatorofundedcanes of tho heart and I oNHOCltli fl- norvosfrco Address K SfcWittftaSs DR MILES MEDICAL CO Elkuart fed FRUITS FLOWERS SHADE Tna 1BIo8GraSs Nursoria- sZA 4 16SB Everything for Orchard Lnwn and Garden Fruits and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Vines Small Fruits Rhubard Aspargtis and all stock grown in Nurseries Prices reasonable as wo employ no agents Descriptive Catalogue on applica tionH F IIILLEN1IEYEllI LEXINGTON KYIPlIONE 278 T IJH BRYAN 8AMWMAN Ion Pearson Clark WHOLESALE + GROCERS LEXINGTONI KY I TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK MT STERLING KY 0 CAPITAL 200000 I SURPLUS 30000 0J M IJIGSTAFF President 0 KIIIKPATKICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier 0NVorcipcctfulIjKolicittliobusineiiofmerM chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give ui a chance to tend you a bank book pay rotH checks and loan you money when in need W W THOMPSON Cashier 1 IIIL U 1 TRAININGD FEED STABLES II have feedfdesirehorsespastern at reaioiiablii rates I r J LiVYTMiX HAzeL Also convenience and HCCOBI niodatlcm of guests of tho Day house atshazel Green and lintel ht Torrent have opened nearby two clasa livery stables whore will keep buggies saddle horses and hacks for hlro nt all times Persons winding vehicle to meet them nt MuCiuiHiiy can telephone mo and Mayo any desired vehicle horse promptly- I will also havo full supply of knollsIdrummers which will bo lit charge of drivers and for which they can contract by day for nay length of time RwgPPcrsons Intending to visit Day ninth Swango Springs will bo met at either uf McCniiNcy Torment with and driver nUll I will havo pleasure In shipping wilier for them whenever desired Day ntiil Swango water fresh amid free on too mid tap for guests at Park Hotel J TAYLOR DAYto J RESTORED Nr OOn on rthurkttlaE KBITS tt JftUitIIUoILlmgPILLS5 2 torSlttJtf ilk wIIIILnWfI for 1rvIIIcrflIIII111111IlrMfrfOIllliftClRfOIHlf tht lrlIrltn orcftbutwveurn brldtrroalrotrttlla lr- IlUi f I h II tMjUh 4ot9blxrrouruplwuwidcltlnnttluCOo lrar rlj t lotM tiidP bumpllurloullurrltyitiltcttpbSnlrrxeulrenxrlllrnguni ULsvbAUI At Jtt MUM nntw lIlJUIVr 101111111 MIll mnn ntlnonoClcvouuAOldo tutrbar iotoa- torYtUU lac nJiO1 4 t TU IIt f They banish pain ONEaand prolong lifeGIVES Ia rRELIEF J J No matter what the matter is one will do you 2 centstoeonoml for c 1IISt 4 t us 1I- j amt fi i Ai JJ 9 OF BEATTWILLE KY Tfle leaning Isuraoe Huont of Eastern KOQtuoig JEnEPJlE8BNTS NONE BUT THE OLD AND IlELIADLE COMPANIES You cannot afford to Insure without seeing him Issues the most liberal dwelling house policy in existence Ho will furnish any who contemplate building a dwelling to cost from UOO to 2600 with pleas and specifications free I I Post I No I Bills I I II Ion tithe fallII I I II MRS B usa II FashionabloI il1lnerII I RERIf KY I I I II I I I II I I I I I I TIUCHERALD for tine L Park I frat I a or saddle a I for hlro to careful tho or team L 1IIILUIlr L iI r II L7 il1 JJ nU S 1 Io lfr ijlU IOn+ I 4 Attorney aiLawCOLLECTION A SPECIALTY AD iiif I l TURNS IBOMPTIS MARX 461 W JEFFEIISOX SrxKr LOUISVILLE IGYrRoference J Tayler Day Hawl drea I ssZeaty Y1 tJ 13 7 its t- 70 k+ rJEjro Q i Jr THE HERALD SIENCRIt COOPER Publisher i HAZEL OHEEN 8 J KV SPEECH OF THE HAWAIIANS Vowel Hun Hint Conminnnm Art lisle nml There IN n CJreat Mlfrnturn of Poetry Along with territory and a few othei thing ut what linn been culled the croiMoadk of the Pacific the Unltec Btntch hits annexed n new language ant n tmniewhnt considerable litera Vv ture owned by the 35000 left UK th- eremninlfif their race The Hawaiian IB not n difllcult or crabbed upeech It In soft nnd mmdcal must of the white people now In Hawaii Kptak It more or Leah fully null it ofTen no great dif ficulty to the others who may be ex pected to fill up the new domain Iti inoRt prominent rharaeterlittic lathe great use of vowelsI lleMden tie five vowelH It need only even conno nantH to make up the alphabet and the one hard and faxt rule of the gram mar IH that two fonMinanlK shun never conic together and that no word or syllable hull end with other than a vowell On the other hand vowels mat string along in indefinite MieecKslnti The speech abounds with whole words which have not a single consonant to hold theta together Two vowel Ktand Hide by side In n majority of words The opportunity to triplicate the vowel IIIIH not been neglected n word has been formed of every hitch combinationt flats aaa IIIIMIIIH frleudlyeee IK tIll verb to rise up ill IH little ooo inraiiH to thrlnk and nun ineatiH to Mammcr Tour vowcln together furor many wnrdn ait anna a crone or hug with wrlnklcH under tin rye Koine few word eunidftt of IIH many UK live vow els one after the other liana which iis the name for pol when It inliard and muMy or olaio the word meaning true The language Iii highly tit tloprd In grammar and rhetoric developed by the savage Ilawaliatm up to trot limit of thlr nerds and containing till ele inentN of a still further development The proof of hat may be found n the biolN which have been translated Into Hawaiian The Holy Scriptures In Hawaiian show this Despite tin fact that till history timid the doctrine ttherein contained were absolutely be yond Ithe line of island experienceI it ban liern found posKible to express IIIIKIItlthI from foreign sources In fact there mire fewer than one per rent of natur alled words in the Hawaiian It hat its widespread linguists af flnlthH The Polynesian tongue of which it Is one member IIN spoken over n xI1iextent of the Pacific as far Kouth as New Zealand an rill caul asTe Pita to Vhenua or Uapanni which is better Known as the Kaster Island of the colossal carvings Ylien Cook traversed those seas he carried llIhlI tlan who was everywhere n competentI tI Interpreter One language of the Polynesian stemt Is ax like another as mire English Dutch amUicrman There are Malay alUnitlcs there are stems which ninny be Itraced in the remoteness of Madagascar At least one great nt to prove tthe I PolyncslaiiN to be an early otTshoot of the Aryan race anti therefore blood brothers tto till Germanic mtoelN 1Y Sun Sninl Kllliil by n Clinulcnl The Miuoke made by Pittsburgh coal will probably soon be prevented by a Arrnngnuwtmmlinve pert for the Installation of a smoke prevent er plant in an electric station at one of time city Institutions In Cin cinnati unit exhaustive tests will soon be conducted under ids direction The scheme Is simple cheap sad effective j The moonlit of oxygen lacking In coal to make perfect combustion IH supplied by a chemical which IR automat ically npniycd with water by a fan over the glowing coals of the tire The water assists In the more perfect r combustion of the coal and the gas given off IH more highly volatile than I till carbonaceous or smoke gas unit the particles of carbon In going through It are consumed It U claimed that the amount of hent which IH pre vented from going up the chlmney UK smoke and which IB prictically sired will almost equal the slight cost of the chemical This clwmhlIl1M kept in n small tank and the only addition necessary to the plant hn small blow ing machine The UPO of the chemical doeR not require any alteration in the llrebox or boilers fly the automatic spraying the combustion IIK always al most perfect and the fire Is smokeless CincinnatiEnquirer Illy Nut ittiitr fur n llnthtuli Anyway mould a man who Is not nl ways where nil the conveniences for bathing aru to bo found an between washing my face anti combing my hair I should comb my hair I dont know wily this IH but I know that the straightening out of the hair anti the incidental scratching of the scalp with the tooth of time comb woks me up anti straighten me out more than washing does and so as one might nay I carry a bathtub with mitt in the shape of a pocket combN1 Sun I F 4 i IT IS STILL ALIVE The lolillitiK Iltrf Clinnut Kill ttio lieu Silver Movement will their Ito nebtmit The surer craze IIII dead is the ort repeated cry of the magpies unit chnt terboxes of the goldbug party say IK IK Ewlng In the Sliver Knight Watchman Walt and see The silver men arc Intelligent thinker They have rend and studied the silver quo tion and understand time magnitude and Influence the free coinage of silver would hate for the good of the busii ness of the country They mire not etandlng around III groups talking neither are the gold or the tarltVadvo eaten found in that position The money question is to be more thlIissue In the future than ever In the past In fact there IIs no other prominent ques tion before the American people to day on which party lines are so clearly drawn and silver must occupy the fore front of the question In opposition t the gold erae The gold erae Iis as much of a craze today as the tvorhhi of llunl lad become among the lews when Elijah mocked the Idols priests tilling them to call louder that maybe he win asleep or on a journey Hut their frantic screams and rending of garments did not bring taut or Ile down from Heaven to kindle wood un der the burnt offering and neither do the promises of prosperity by the priest of mammon sound mnncaml1 gold standard bring prosperity Their gold idol like Jinni irust be asleep or mi a journey nail hears not however much the worshipers of the calf rendl their garments and try we are on theI edge of prosperity The greatest bnom IIf nboiit to start ever Known slUerlsdtad The new irelations whlih the war uith Spain has created In the cast and1 the extension of our ipower and goy ernment over the must Important Mauds of the West Indies call for more money and theycallI loudly for nest sited r money than for any other kind As our territory and business expands our mousy mintt be increased to supply that business ttith the Incus nf trade timid silver of till other money UI the money of tin Asiatic people With the halter which our units produce coined Into American money we can controll almost the en tire1 trade of the east In a short time and force the whole of Europe to adopt our money policy iIn + clfprcsrrvation of their foreign trade Cuba and Puerto Klco will have tto lit supplied with American money A for Cuba becoming an independent nn I tlon with an arm and navy tr support I 111 the veriest moonshine The IslandI III be tined with American capita and dominated by American enter prises which will demand the protec tion of i strung nation that will as umc the expense of nntlomil govern tient troll guarantee domestic tran quillity fret and stable governmentI and defense against Imposition 1 b t strong nitlon of Europe It is pos sible that Cuba may monkcx awhile at Independent gut ttmioutttt limit it is hardly probable I With Manila and the Island on which iN Iit 1 located and ttin principn city Islandl and seaport of the lndroii group in our posNc hion the whole of thirst Islands 1 Is bound to be dominated by American Influence and American money to control the unfit will be as necessary lis the American navy and garrisons to protect the Inhabitant III lit t l 1 I t I I a I American Institutions And rill the fulfillment of theft lIIIIIt lIt objects Amcrlean llverdollar are fully as ice essary mim the protecting angelsI of American law and the United States navy American silver Is destined to be come the greatest power In the old rest that has ever bets exercised in tht wt It will work a fructify lug II lid rejuvenating influence greater thun llrltlsh cannon and western trade has ever exerted Even the star of em pint Is fighting against time gold stand nrdn nation of people are bent fited by It except the Jew bankers ii f Great Britain and their relatives who manage the gold hank in the capitals of this continent The rank and tile of the peope of every nation and clime under the sun are utlllcted by thr gold1 standard and only tthe few who uwt- bonds and debts have nn Interest In keeping up the gold standard tint they because that monetary pope slakeI all property labor and1 men cheap maul money dear III1IIIlInlnlhulIlI American sliver mind American Institutions must go hand In hand Into time old rust to call the dust coveted dead from the total lath which gold lord tyranny laid them thoutands of years ago and join hunt to bone as it were breathe lift Rut the dead and change tthe groanc o despair late a hymn of hope and re Juicing While democrats have leaders like Itland Hryan and llalley standing + qunrcly nnd uncompromisingly for the principle of the decalogue and the declaration of independence there IIs not money enough on earth to control America against the Chicago pJn form Mississippi Valley Democrat Marl llnina is not making cam paign fpctchr lint the do not complain so long tJOllllllltteelij fixed so they cnn draw on j cago Kccord Ind DEMOCRATS ARE BLAMED I UtliilHenn Inwennlly In MUrepre iiiliiCtm Produce ii Strainer C lift rue A republican politicalI genius has discovered that the democrats only IIIrc to blame for Melvtnleys snit Al gers mismanagement of the war and the suffering of our soldiers in the field The Ingenious gentleman who made this discovery Is Hon John A 11I Hull a member of congress from IowaI snit said to be chairman of the house committee on military affairs Mr Hull says that If a resolutionI which he offered In the house neartb closing hours of the lute session hat1 been adopted there would hove been aI congressional committee on active duty ull the time to prevent i by army and navy ofllecrs and to save till soldiers laid sailors froth distressi I through the errors of their command congresso men would have forestalled every or der Issued through mistake and would1 1Ihave saved time army until navy fromt IIthl consequences of every military or naval error occurring through incom petence oversight insulllcleney ol help mind supplies mind from all otter- t causes Congressman Hull alleges that see- srhrlahlhnurhoftheenngrrhxiunnlilia r sion he offeret the following That 1hr house committee on military af fairs hats powir to sitI during the ad journment of congress II lid rnlllIlIth I investigntion as to organiation andII equipment of all branches of the army as Iit inav deem advisable andIIt port to the next session of congress This committee IIs that of which MrI Hull 1Ix chairman If he snit hiIIIII mittee hud been kept on duty no nits mamiMincnt of war affairs would have I MiMirrrd Hut the democrats III tllIl 1hour objccUil to the considerationtt of till resolution and it was 1IIIIIallIII- t I h session to pass a measure against objections fruu any source Hence Ithe democrats lire responsible for thei maladministration of the war de i Purtnttutt The country knows from ft1 1i1ilia history the c grcglons absurdity n I clothing a congressionalI committee withI power to exerei + e supervision rvcr war movements It was ill liS trated III the evil results of till action ofI congressional Will committees lama i ng the elxll Mar They embarrassed1 the administration of Abrnhnm 11111 tnln Ruud the nunsnrts of trust III the Held If tin dcinncatlc members of j tin manse defeated plan to send III rcpuliliivm tnngrrbmiltntumilittrt to tin camps fwd tin Held fur Ithe oversight of army mnveinents they ren dered to the country n service lit time MghestI viilut Chicago 111111111I I A WORD TO GOLD DEMOCRATS Inn Tlirv Km tirnlri ullli a Inrly lInt HUM HriiKrii iiiy IIdc t Cold democrats should examine with cart thi1 record of till republican ad liytglo p Cnn gold democrats afford to fra i 1tcruizr with n party vthleh lugs passed tin most eorrupt and exeessc and in famous larilT law ever enacted1 lau 1gold democrat atlord to vote fur tin enndidntes of n party width luster unit i 111IhI I l whlili has broken every pledge made to them In IMKi and which has Ignored the gold demoerats from start to llnish Holding democrntle doctrines In hlr hearts ihrnndI majority 1 gtitrtln-u gold democrats cannot afford to join hands with those who are lighting i their most cherished beliefs As for Mynum lit Will a gold democrat rorIrevenue only and when he censed to make nunuyRust of that kind of de mocracy he ceased to be n democrat Tudor time circumstances it is quite stillfI old democratict fold than In tthat of the republicans mind the indications are J that the gold democratic party will pass out of existence before the cam paign of HHH begins Chicago Demo tcrud raid Dispatch POINTS AND OPINIONS TheI I republican party Its anxiety for n big standing lxhlhltsII favoring ill projects that a large army a tIIIIItyUtllllllwlI In Democrat The republican press professes iI to 1lit perfectly satisfied with the re1 suit of the Maine election and we IIIlII hurt that the democrats arc Queer I Iollycarsfprodnctive party has occurred In Maine fora good I many yearsllochester Herald Imperialism and militarism necessarily go hnnd la hand The lot ter 1U the natural outgrowth of the former The recent movement in favor of an imperial policy for the Pnlted States ohlelly noticeable In quarters where Mark Hnnna Is supreme was Iuceptun standing army not unlike the armies of l athomeabroad Columbm 0 FrewPost s r IKNOWLEDGE ENOUGH item lloaton Sbe Cared Not for a Higher Subject Than Mean tonwerewhich luny he considered to he cuutpetent testimony that heredtt isnt everything She wax vtuit4ng in Brooklyn before the hot spell suit the lint young man rhr stet was one who unites himself on Ins intellectual Whether anyone else does or not is another tory AH it happened the young man had meetingIto talk with the young woman alone and lie did Runt fail to throw a few brains at hrr Ah Miss Sophia he said with a soulful tnrrlill him gentle voice 11 presume you at phibcofophy in which Honton in no rich and Brook lyn No gnarl 1Rum sorry she hesitated hut really Mr Blank I do not attend any insany of the concepts of modern philosophic thollpht f- i None whatever I tear and rime really fcciiitd to he harry to have been MI rarelcM of her coltaii glorious opportunitier Anil doc not the suhicetivc uleahnn of existence in delightful lionton profoundly 1affect the reality of your Ego ISo far I have not observed that it did she said npolouetically How ran it be ponnible he exclaimed The opliere of your knowledge must he far wider than it in with lilt No she auswered measuring her words DontrI von know as long as we Hostonians know lieans when the IIIRS open we dont worry overniucli about the rest of it Why should we Isnt that enough for us to know THE PROPER USE nurnblcISouvenir of thl AViir tvllh SltUn She was n collector of 11111 IIi Ill The young iiiiin who mud just lItII rnlll from the war could nut refuse so slight a rcipiest All site wanted was MimethiiiK 1 I by which to remember time cuiiiiai a in Cuba He wax about to respond in the usual r mantic fashion nisi offer hiiiiMIf when she- illtcrllll 11 I I I drsirc is some wortliksn trifle that j enttthrough in defense of liberty I mIin I want MIIIII hill thut wt I a hori isled with you in your dully routine of mil a murk that would designate I any lirII hungfIt not l 1 he iiidestructibli tlirn I Well the more nearly so of course the hitter He was Ilostt in uualih lion fur sons min ides Then with hrightening countenance he exelaimeil- I low thought IiMt iit wn of me nut to realise it before I have the very thing IIve carried it for weeks in my pocket over my heart armor plate Ymi Bait take Ibisluttack and paint n little allIover IInl glad to her it put to some legiti suite use It will 111111a lovely plaque Washington Sta- rTWENTYFIVE I DOLLARS FINE- r r Vcnrlntc n 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Wanted Within jycarJY Gates of Heaven i Hlcht lie Welcomed sty the I yro limo 11sve IUrt Trouble 9j World Cap Slake Their II rtlrtt et the Mlwr of DI- vine1 Comfort TtlmBire drawing his Ulustrn deer hunt in this disl a 1 xe from tills nil tho pursued and rWtthelr offSort Text Psalms xlli 1 Ilpnntpctltrr r jj who must some time have V a V thunadnintforsthewatto of myIbartaced end profane literature is 1 the stag the roebuck the the gazelle tho reindeerF r juird Syria in Bible times were whole pasture fields as Solomon suggests when I charge you by the hInds fCtld Their antlers jutted tit long grass as they lay down gttrwho has been long In John il tract will wonder that in the they are classed among clean i for the dews the showers the iishcd them as clean ns the sky the patriarch Isaac longed for 4 Esau shot and brought home lock Isaiah compares tho ktllness of the restored cripple of still times to tho long and quick of the stag saying The lame tap as the hart Solomon ox his disgust at a hunter who f ihot a deer is too lazy to cook ijf Time slothful man roast it that which he took in hunt one day Pojvid while far from jme from which ho had been 1 and sitting near tho mouth of Ijcave where he had lodged and banks of a pond or river hears i of hounds in swift pursuit Mof tho previous silence of the the clangor startles him mind he oiimsclf 1 wonder what those n after It Then there is n crack a the brushwood and tho loud Jajfof some rushing wonder of oods and the antlers of a deer tie leaves of the thicket mid i instinct which nil hunters site tho creature plunges In icol or lake or river to cool- tI and at the name time by its t tl for swifter and longer swim lOot away train the foaming 1 David says to himself Alma myselfnui after me A lisa tr me enemies without num Itrmc I am chased their bloody nitmy heels barking after my time barking after my body 1 after my soul Oh the i tho hounds But look uys David to himself that trhas splashed into the water lit hot lips and nostrils into the UfO that washes its lathered and it swims away from the twines atilt it is free at last UI might find in the deep wide dGode mercy and consolation from pursuers Oh for tho wa life and rescue 1 As the hart i after tho water brooks so i my soul after 1hee 0 God1 Adirondack are now populous hclllgrlJtn hunter I thought I would to whether my text was aeon Its allusion and as I heard the supptheyto ono of tho hunters in rough ty Do the deer always make water when they are pursued theyhtwhenhtrdanger+ hroezoIItrt cedafatr ruuwmty Jfe loaded and ready to blaze illusionstile lsItpartridges its ostriches real J reluaOnotnlljlcro1 makes the nun eYe sparkle and his l respirationTonothingMrfalaessI thcfulfflI turned11akIn into human ap bonyIYantlera onlnddhornlpungent restorative the+kea from tho hart anti called thlsehut putting aside its use s emoWithgaacoeyo 1 lake t Ifcllhercd up from n t sunset Tho horns eve d branching and Into every pos cOntendhngintoother pLllteaera polishedylifted s unsWfalg i IsledimperTbaof tbeI r G woods Its andpatheticsplendidanimalmuscle andlocomotion thegrassa living bolt shot turningorrearingthebuclcshota painterspenellers dream atthepictureWhenany comes down at eventide to the lakesedge to drink among tho lily pods and with its sharp edged hoof shatters the 1leturesquo nndlolUnJIndenUIIntoUppermuch David had suffered from his wantedGodwords of the text As the hart pant cth after tho water brooks so pautoth my soul after thee O God Well now let all those who have coming niter them the lean hounds of poverty or the black hounds of perse- cutIon or the spotted hounds of viols sltudes or tho pale hounds of death or who mire in any wise pursued run to tho wide deep glorious lake of dil vine solace ami rescue lime most of hnppotiacttohave had trouble after them sharp muzzled troubles swift troubles mill devouring troubles Many of you have made the mistake of trying to tight them Somebody meanly attacked you and you attacked them they depre cated you and you deprecated them or they overreached you in a bargain and you tried in Wall street parlance youhavestead of being submissive you are fighting that bereavement you charge on the doctors who failed to effect a cure or you charge on tho carelessness of tho railroad company through which tho accident occurred or you are a chronic individual and you fret und worry and scold and wonder why you can not bo well like other people and you angrily blame tho neuralgia or the laryngitis or the ague or the sick headache flue net is you are a deer at buy Instead of running to the waters of divine consolation anti slaking your thirt nUll cooling your body and soul in the good cheer of the Gospel amjl swlmniing away into the mighty deeps of Gods lure you are lighting a whole kennel of harriers 1 sites in the AdirondaoUsI n dog ly lug across the road and ho seemed un able to jot up and 1 said to some hunters near by What Is the matter with that dog They answered A deer hurt him And I saw he lull a great swollen paw nUll a battered head showing where the antlers struck him And the probability is that some of you might give a mighty clip to your pursuers you might damage their bush ness you might worry thom into ill health you might hurt them as much as they have hurt you but after mill it is not worth while You only have hurt a hound Hotter be oft for the Upper Saranac into which the mount ains of Gods eternal strength look down and moor their shadows As for your physical disorders tho worst strychnine you can take is fretfulness and the best medicine is religion 1 know people who wero only a little disordered yet have fretted themselves into complete valetudinarianism while others put their trust in God and como up front the very shadow of death and have lived comfortably 25 years with only one lung A man with one lung but God with him is better off than a godless man with two lungs Some of you have been for a long time sail ing around Capo Fear when you ought to have been sailing aromrJ Cape Good Hope Do not turn back but go ahead The deer will accomplish more with its swift feet than with its horns- I saw whole chains of lakes In tho Adirondacks nail from one height you can see 80 and there are said to be over 800 in tho great wilderness of New York So near are they to each other that your mountain guide picks up and carries tho boat from lake to lake tho snail distance between them for that reason called a carry And the realm of Goths word Is one blong chain of bright refreshing lakes verysshort carry between them and though for ages time pursued have been drinking out of them they are full up to tho green banks and the same Da vid describes them and they seem so near together that In three different continufous river the streams whereof 11maleo1011 shalt make them drink of the rivers of thy pleasures Thou greatly enrich cnPit with the river of God which is full of water hut manyof you have turned your back on thatsupply and confront your trouble and you arc soured with your circumstances and you are fighting society and you are fighting a pursu world and troubles instead of Kyou Into the cool lake of heav only comfort have made you stop nUll turn around and lower your mend and tooth 1 do it is simply antler against theunderProbablynot blame you Iwouldhavecircumstancessame done worse nut you Bro all You need to do as the I ndISTrchit sheds its horns Tho nIh reslrnatlon of of say of a man who ventures his money in risky enterprises ho has hung it on tho stags horns nnd a proverb in the far east tells a man who has foolishly lost his fortune to go and find whore the deer shells her horns My brother quit the antagonism of your circum stances quit mlsanthrophy quit com- plaInt quit pitching into your pursuers bo as wise as next spring will bo all the doer of the Adirondacks Shod your horns slut very many of you who are it wronged of the world nnd if any assembly between hero and Golden Gate San Francisco It wore asked that all those that had been sometimes badly treated should raise both their hands and full response should be made there would bo twice as many hands of lifted as persons presentI say many of you would declare Wo have al ways done the bust we could and tried to bo useful and why wo should become tho victims of realignment or Invalidism or mishap is Inscrut able Why do you know tho liner a deer and tho morel elegant its pro portions and the more beautiful its 1 bearing the moro anxious the hunters and tho hounds nro to capture it Had tho roebuck n ragged fur and broken hoof and an obliterated eye and a limping gait the hunters would have said 1shawl dont let ns waste our ammunition on n sick deer And tho hounds would have given a few sniffs of tho scent nUll then darted off in another direction for better game Hut when they see a deer with antlers lifted in mighty challenge to earth anti sky and the sleek hide looks as if it had been smoothed with invisible hands and the fat sides en close the richest pasture that could bo nibbled from the banks of rills so clear they seem to have dropped out of Heaven and the stamp of Its foot de tics the jackshooting lantern nand tho rille the horn and time hound that 1 deer they will havo if they must needs break their neck in the rapids So if there were no noble stuff in your makeup if you were a bifurcat ed nothing if you wero a folorn failure you would be allowed to go un disturb cd but the fact that tho whole pack is in full cry after you in proof positive that you are splonded game and worth capturing Therefore sar O casm draws on you its finest head Therefore tho world goon gunning for you with its best Maynard breech loader Highest compliment is it to your talent or your virtue or your usefulness You will bo assailed in proportion to your great achievements Time best and tho mightiest Bring tho world ever saw hall get titter him all tho hounds terrestrial and diabolic and they lapped his blood after the Calva renn massacre The world paid noth- Ing to its Hedecmcr but a bramble four splices and a cross Many who have done their best to mice the world trotter have had such n rough time of it that all their pleasure is in anticipation of time next world nnd they could express their own feelings in tho words of the Haroness of Nairn at the close of her long life when asked if she would like to live her lIfo over againWould you he young again Ho would not 1 Ono tour of nioinnry given Onward Ill hlo hifus iliirk wave forded oor All but nt rout uu shore Say would you 1llIlIIloonco more With home no nluh Jf you might would 7011 now Retrace your way Wnmlcrlnu through stormy wilds Kulnt nnd astray N I Kills gloomy wiitcliri tied MomliiK till beaming rod HI I OH Binllo uround un shed Ikuvoinnml uwoyl Yes for some people in this world there seems no letup They are pur sued from youth to manhood and from manhood into old ago Very distin guished are Lord Staffords hounds the carl of Yarboroughs hounds and the duke of Rutlands hounds and Queen Victoria pays 8500 per year t her monster of buekhounds hint allof them put together do not equal in number or speed or power to hunt down time great kcnnol of hounds of which Sin and trouble aro owner and amaster Hut what Is n relief for all this pur suit of trouble and annoyance mind pain and bereavement My text gives it to you in a word of thrco letters but each letter is n chariot if you would triumph or n throne if you want to IKS crowned or n lake If you would slake your thirst yes a chain of three lakes GOD the Ono for whom David longed and tho Ono whom David found You might as well meet- a stngwinch after its sixth tulle of running nt the topmost speed through thicket and gorgeo and with time breath of the dogs on its heels huts come in full sight of Scroon lake and try to cool 1 itsi projecting and blistered tongue with a drop of dew from n blade of grass as to attempt to satisfy an immortal soul when flying from trouble and sin with anything loss deep and high and broad and immense nnd infinite and eternal than God Ills comfort why it embosoms all distress His arm it wrenches off nil bondage HIs hand it wipes away all tears Ills ChrIstly atonement it makes us nil right with the past anti with the futuro nnd right with God nil right with man and nil right forever Lnmartino tells us that King Nlmrod said lo his three sons hero are thrco TUUS and one is clay Another of amber aad soothe I I gold Choose now which you willI Lave The eldest lon Paring firs I choice chose tho rare of gold o which was written tho word empire and when opened it was found to contain human blood The second son making tho next choice chose tin vase of amber Inscribed with tho wordl IIglorIt and when opened it contained III tho ashes of thoso who were once called groat Tho third son tool tho voce of clay and opening It found it empty but on tho bottom of was inscribed the name of Go lung Nlmrod naked his courtiers whichI vase they thought weighed tho most Tho avaricious men of his court saidIi the vnso of gold Tho poets said the ono of amber Hut tho wisest roe said tho empty rasa because ono the notes of God outweighed a unl verse For JIm I thirst for Ills grace I bog I on His promlso I build my all With out slim 1 eon not bo happy I have tried tho world and it door well1 enough as far as it goes but it is tot uncertain a world too evanescent a world I am not a prejudiced witness have nothing against this world I have been one of the moat fortunate or to use n more Christian word ont of tho most blessed of mon blussot in my parents blessed in tho pine of my nativity blessed in my health blessed in my field of work blessed in my natural tempera went besscd in my family blessed Ir my opportunities blessed in n com fortablo livelihood blessed In tin hope that my soul will go to Itanvo- through the pardoning moray of God and my holy unless it be lost at set or cremated in some conflagration will Ho down in the gardens of Greenwood among my kindred and friends some already and others to come utter me Life to ninny has been a disappointment but to mo it hat been u pleasant surprise and yol declare that if I did not foul limn t God was now my friend and overpros tint hole 1 should bo wretched am terrorstricken Hut I want taste o f him I havo thought over this tux and preached this sermon to mysel until with all the aroused energies ol my hotly mind and soul 1 can cry out As tho hart panteth after tho watci brooks so pantoth my soul after tLoo God It INTERESTING ITEMS TDK Flemish name for a trolley cm i- iSnulpnrdelooszondurapurwugvupau r is rljlulg Miss HAIMK EUMIMK UIVKS siste r of Princess IronbcUkoy inns just pub llshed a novel entitled An the Hear Pantcth It is u folio yearning fur tho Ideal man A OUIIT was recently exhibited at n fair in Delaware which camo over int the Mayflower Tho figures on it wen colored an indigo blue with a dycpot In vogue at that time A KAiiMKU near Richmond Va has n rat dog which ho huts trained to worn the tobacco plants in his Held Tin dog does his worse as woll as n Inborn mini the owner saves the wages of a farmhavd A FnLvcnscientist says n caterpillar can not sue moro then twofifths of an inch ahead Tho hairs on the hOlly aro sold to bo of as much use as Iits eyes in letting It know whiff is going onaroundA of Newfoundland hai invented n levies for signaling at sen by throwing the reflection of letters upon the clouds The signals aro changed with much rapidity by a du vice resembling a typewriter key boardA iuioiiNwiMii horse is rarely seen in Norway The fact is account cd for by the statement that n bucket of water Is always placed within runes of the horse when lie isI feeding and tho animal alternately takes n mouth ful of haynod n sip of water Sun IluitiiKitT KITCIIKNKH time ping lisp general who commands tho victor lour British army in the Soudan is of Irish birth and n bachelor 43 ophothalmic trouble duo to tho desert dust and may become totally blind Loam HUABSKV tho millionaire Brit ish nobleman now visiting Now York is tho son of a tune who Iwgan life aa railroad laborer anti who married a match girl Tho title was conferred upon tint father attar ho had become a millionaire railroad contractor ONI of time now things in tho build ing lino is tho nlumnlum hut for Klon dike minus When packed for cur rings it weights 110 pounds It is corn posed offour sidles and n roof of thin sheets of alumnium null when put up- the houso contains 100 cubic feet A FOflnii bog oak weighing 40 ton which geologists assert to bo years old has been dug up at Stock port England in excavating to lay down n sower rime corporation of th town want to blow fo up with ynmlte in spite of protests from scientific mon throughout England lilts throne room of Spain is nmg nlilcout apartment of crimson and gold with colossal mirrors nnd a chart dollar of rock crystal that is consid ered tho fiscal example of tho kind tho world Under tho gorgeous CBnOp are two largo mimosa handsome carved and gilded nnd upholstered in crimson brocade These arc the kintnnd queen regent sit on occasions o ceremony Sometimes the daughters strand besido theIr mother when it is proper for all the royal family to re calve tho court 1 c 11 A LITTLE KOKS1NSI atdsYn r UblUhing nn nllbt1own Topics My husband Is hard to please Ua must have chnllg considerably since his marriage Vanity Fair lllydleTheres a Frenchman be hind us Id better tell you this In luglUhl ltertteOn the contrary youd be safer If you were to speak French Judy cardYou mire nt liberty mysent Woman SuitragUt fistin- gtiltNo liberties sir no liberties Host on Herald Hid you gut back that guM five Hol nlava which your little boy swallowed 1 hNo the doctor said he would keep it In memory of one of the most re 3 nmrkablc cases that have come under his observation Goteborgs Alton blues The governess was giving little Tom my n grammar lesson the other day An abstract noun she said Is the name of something which you can think of but not touch Can you give me an example Tommy= A redhot poker Hangor News Mrs Greene Now tell me truly do you believe It is any benefit to pun Mi children sirs Herch Certain Ily You ennt imagine how much better 1 feell after Ive given Vomit and Mabel a good trouncing San Fran Cisco Kvenlng Post fuurn 1 Put your tongue out drnr Little Gilbert protruded the tip of his tongue Doctor No no put It right out The little fellow shook his head weakly I and tho tents gathered In iris cyca I cMint doctor its fastened on to uu1adrrn Society THE CONSERVATIVE CHINESE Ilioy Never Yet llnvt Iriivril Knltli 1Irt in TlnMr Nnllunnl TrnilllliuiH mostfmixttheir history proves They argue their ways of life ore the brit 1IIIIIIIIlIioc ways seeing tint their chief concern lies In securing the happiness of Urn I individual I on earth pad Ithe welfare of the state War Is held In abhorrence by them and they are tame truly Chris tians in this respect practically and nut theoretically titan tho Christians tI Will lIhlI The Chinaman Is a man of no Ideals that width he Is taught to bristle Is right he practices and re mains faithful toil We ran HOC timer people of other na tions when they enter a foreign coun try gradually assimilate their life tpeterred told language to those peculiar to tint country mid proportionally to the 1 length of their stay On tho other haul once a Chinaman always a Chinaman In till course of their long history they have often lout thflr indepcnd ronce lull never yet have they proved faithless to their national traditions Chinah stands essentially the same nt the present as she was III the pest hill where ere those 0 Invading nations who fiiiierfil China one after the other They hate thoniselvos unsta ble become nifrgod Into the Immuta ble Chinese It Is a triumph of pas sivity over activity Home could trot resist the hordes of Alarlo because time had proved that the foundations of their empire were hunt on the snarls The empire of China Is built on tic rode and hex weathered as ninny storms as time present Iddxlonc light house Harbarlo hordes have rushed stet her barbarians loo such as Homo never xnwbut ncvortholoHN China stands today and whore are they The social baotorla whloh fled and have found maple scope for developing their evil work on less heallhy bodies cant fluid no hold on China The country thrives nnd Its people multiply In an extraordinary degree They mire over flowing kale all contiguous countries and It is not too much to say In spite L of nil our native prejudice that they Ira benefiting those countries Indirect Ily by HO doing Who even foretell which countries they will Inhabit by sheer passive Insistency In say COO or 300 years And nothing will he able to stop them For In spite of the spas modic activity of Eurasia in spite of her navies armies prohibitions and general ftiHs and bothers Citron lands And will stand History prophesies so for front the poet we may judge the fu ture National Heview 2 mm in nr Hrlmol Niilil Hum This privilege In possessed by timestowns I 0of St Albans In Hertfordshire as part of the schools endowment under let tern patent granted by Elizabeth and f haveeno power whatever and anyone re quiring a wine license must obtain it r from the authorities of the grammar s school From this source of Income the school Is annually benefited to the extent of about SOS The school ob frombrepresentations of Sir Nicholas Hanon Tho monopoly thus given to the gram mar school was culled the wine char 6lcr of St Albans and no other school fin England holds such a monopoly 3t Alhnnff is the oldest grammar school in the kingdom there being n definite record of He existence in 1005 Hoston Globe li r kJI J + ti i WOLFE COUNTY 0 I OAMPTON OURRENOY County court today large crowd 1 Injj town Squire W B Duff went to Winches tet Saturday J James T Hanks of Pomeroytan was hero Saturday George W Gentry of Jackson county was hero Saturday County Attorney A H Stamper came homo Saturday night from Frankfort Born Oct 25th to tho wife of W S Tutt county court clerk a girl phlaII Miss Ellen Whinmat ono of Wolfes most efficient school teachers was in town Saturday Gco L Athey Thomas Netherly and Joe H Cox are at homo their regiment tho Second Kentucky having been mUKp torcd out several days ago I am in receipt of a letter from C 0 Gluey formerly of this place but now residing at Pcrrnnville Mich in which ho Htirtea that ho is well satisfied Ho says that Michigan Iin a fine country and a good farming country tho land being nice and level well timbered and tho Hull very rich Ho says that ono man planted 7 j bushels of potlltceM on a half aero of ground and raised 3f0 bushels of as fino potatoes ns ho over saw Ho ways that his father Jonathan 0ley and all of tho family are well natielicd with their now homo James E Faulkner Co IK First Kentucky infantry who is staying wi h theD Third Kentucky at Lexington untilf 1 his regiment cornea home from Porto Rico came homo Saturday night His regiment will bo mustered out tho With as of this monthttintmuanya that ho hnla learned a lesson that he never will forget and that ho will never volunteer to fight for Uncle Sam any more I want to say right lore that there tau some met not worthy to he called men around thin town who ought to ho in tho penitenti j airy for persuading hoya to leave their homes and join the priuy and bo forced into feverridden countries there to die far away from their loved ones nod to bo starved and treated worse than the negroes were treated in the days of ala jNovSPRADLING SPANGLES T 1C Tutt Jr attended county court MuntlayIIRobert Bruce Putt has been very ill for None time but Iis bettor at this writ Illgq1 F Wilson will teach n singing Bnhonl at Public Square for a term of two days 1tetho Tolivcr church to n food aizcd con gregation Mrs Bollo Mankerand daughter Stel In have gone to Maytown where they on will stay this winter T Iiruitt Jr visited ids son inlaw John IPhillips Saturday night and on Suniny the widow Oakley thAthis part ono lily last week looking lifter the interests of the Democratic party Miw Florence Crawford writes from Baron oollego that Mho is woll pleased nntltthat Its faculty is among the bet in tho state Rev S E Padock of Berea college gavo n lecture at tho Bethel school house Friday last and 1tau truthfully say ll thatI it was qulto interfiling 1 Mrs Lou E Tutt and little daughter Minerva May are visitingi relatives nod friends in 0v ley county and will re turn homo In about two weeks John Brewer was tho guest of G W Folks Sntltrtlt anyjutigubeinghighlyho will go back again soon all Dr Jamas H Stamper nod wife passed through hero ono tiny last week en route homo from a trip to Harrison Iltlngfriendsi r Dr II H Stamper of Cnmpton pass ed through this section Thursday lust to Wellington Aloncfee county where ho had been ordered by tho Pension 1C partment to reosiuuiuo ono Mr Smith for a pension Nov 7 Simi it BOTTOMS TOLIVER TOPICS Mrs Sarah Elkina is 01 the nick list lorry Robinson and wifo were visiting Mack Oldfield and wife last week holing McNabb Co drove a bran e new threshing machine under the shed lost week price paid not known Henry tannin and Mack Oldflold have Just returned from A viiit to Elliott and Carter counties Frank Hatton and Rich Terrill of Holly stopped overnight with Mick Oldflcld enrouto to fficktown Ikrry Nickell and Porter who have been trying the Beaver bluegrass for two weeks past are at homo on u furlough James Moore who was charged with grand larceny in Carter county and art rested horn and taken there some time came learnt the trial recently had- E A lnddock of Berca college made HHpccch nt Sanflcld school house lust Thursday in tho interest of that famous educational institution Married at the residence of the brides arents Thunday Nov 3 Joe Lewis to Mien Lizzie McClanchnn The ofllcint Tug clergyman not known Nov 8 SHIVKU GILLMORE GLEANINGS Your corresponent and life betterhalf just returned from n visit to relatives anti friends on Dry Ridge and while there visited McCausoy tho railroad sta lion on the heights overlooking French burg and seen tho train and ironhome como puffing in up the hill And out of the woods thlll appeared n little strange but still mysterious things do happen Homo times Whilo on our trip wo mot with some old friends and acquaintance whom we had not seen for many yenta namely Rev F M Stamper Tom Hnle r Cope and last but not least our old Dick Wells who is nearly 82 sera old and opritely mill supple apparently a boy All of them are Democrats you can guess at tho balance It is often said that tho fall of the leaf comes in October but hero Iis the 6th of November and tho leaves on the timber yetSome men representing Berea college poke hero yesterday Nov T UvcrK RKMTS MORGAN COUNTY 0 MAYTOWN MISSIVES Mrs Richie went to Ivrel shopping on onday Jorlnn Wills visited in Powell county Inst week Mrs Frank Piorattand mother were in shnpping1ucsdny Miss 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