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IL J tiE HHERALDEatabllahedMroh4 p j Story of Jonathan and HU Continent by Max ORell eKner ooorERdlterThe Oldest MostwFOURTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 17 1808 NUMBER 88 DRY GOODS CARTER COMPANY iMrOKTEllS AND DEALERS IN lJm1AND NOTIONSLOUISVILLE KY jeferenw J Taylor Day Hazel Green GREEN SONSW- HOLESALE BOOtSSlltrOeSj H25 W MAIN STREET OVXS1XIILE lItT MENDEL GOSLING IN 5 CO HATS CAPS STRAW GOODS Gloves Umbrellas 827 and 029 W Main St- LOUISVILLE KY jlit sittiewflitl co JIANtTACTUnKUS AND JOI1IIKKS O- PSrCLOTHINGI 6OT West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY h li lIJj Jeans Kersey Cassimcre Corduroy Pant and Suits DUCK COATS Are acknowledged to be Superior to an j produced Sizes guaranteed us marked GFSOLD BY J TAYLOR DAY HAZEL GREEN KY JM ROBINSON NORTON CO LOUISVILLE KY OLD RELIABLE HUGHES Chills10N50c 4 8100 Bottles Druggists Have It IMPROVEDTASTE PLEASANT InrorpnrnteilRobmsonPetteto t nL BODE HARDWARE COMPANY lsVIIOLESALE 7 H1JRJD V XI e t 0tXrt S2 r CINCINNATI O Reference J Taylor Day Huel Gre- enroDc g s ae1657 Race St t t jtJ CINCINNATI The loading house for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING GOODS and NOTIONS Always have BIG Drives KTdpecial attention to Mail Orders mEYER WISE 9 K ICHEN IMPOKTKItS AND JOIUJKKS OF FURNISHING GOODS HOSIERY Underwear White Goods NOTIONS FANCY DRY GOODS 225227 Race St 1i11l1IU Meyer rtaOId rlKnbIJlIJINGINNATI 1 AR ts xrIt Manufacturers and Jobbers of ROOTS SHOES 5 RUBBERS NO3 W PEARL STREET F CINCINNATI 1 NOTKUEADS Envelopes GJTXOUR IetterlieniU C tlUieprinted nt HERALD GENERAL NEWS expectedvisit to TODavid inventortho of diinprohibseali coast next year Mary Alexander died in St Louis rontarkibloTho Bank of Spain has advance posotLforThe outbreak of yellow for iin Havana is causing groat nnxiob among American oilicials there T 13 Potter tho founder of tin Cobden Club tho once famous free trade organization died in London Admiral Dewey has son I tin Charleston and Concord to lliok to observe tho situation in the Vi sayas Islands Col lilanton Duncan nt Los Angeles Cal withdrew his 100OOC damage suit against tho Associated Inss for libel Mr it MrsJohn halls an aged couple wennnurdored by thieves at their homo at Mishicott near Two Rivers Wis Manila merchants hail with sat isfaction tho news that tho United States intonds to annex tho whop Philippine group Daniel IL Kennedy of Lynn Mass who was supposed to have been murdered in Portland Maine ins turned up alivo- ThoVonozuolan arbitration court ins received over 2200 documents in English Spanish and Dutch covering four centuries Germany it is stated will not show her hand in the Philippine controversy until the negotiations take a more definite form Douglass Island Alaska now has several gold stamp mills with an nggregato capacity for the rodeo tion of 2500 tons of ore per day At a religous meeting in Kansas City Mrs Jennie Walker expressed ix desire to die and had hardlyI fin ished when sho sank to tho lloor iloadBenjamin Smith and wifo aged 90 yours respectively traveled on foot all the way from Whitehall inone county illl to Chillicothe Ohio Tho critical political and military situation in Europe has caused a harp advance in prices of provi sions in all tho markets of tho world Tho Turkish troops at Rotimo Island of Crete leaving refused to leave peaceably have boon forcibly removed by tho Russian Ad viral It is boliovcd by many well in formed ipersons in Manila that n conflict between tho Americans and tho Filipinos is ultimately una voidable The steamer Arnold recently arrived at Seattle brought 52 sacks jf moil which lead boon accumu sting at St Michaels Alnnskn for a year Scientific societies of St Potors burg Russia are preparing to give Thomas A Edison the American inventory brilliant reception when lie arrivesIn Roquo district in Cuba heavy Hoods have ruined sugarcane und fruit crops which have just boon planted for tho first time in throe yours At North Grafton Mass a posse of citizens surrounded throe burglars who had broken into tho post oice and captured two and killed ono of them J W Stewart of the 10th In fnntrywho safoly passed through Cuba was fn tho severe battles In aUy- WosVaultod in a Louisville sa loon by unknown thugs Old papers 20c a hundred F rlrlI nllJ1I jI AM 80 YEARS OLD and Dvtru JlnIa1IoOlyI In grip M well M oouhll and cold Itteak went I unn itroocMn 1C L Mrtcali Paducah X7 How Wo Do In Hazel Groon John A Rose and wife who recently began housekeeping in tho old Trimble property were tho recipients of n goner OUH pounding by some of our citizens on Saturday night Acting upon a sugges tion in TUB HKUAM of tho lard inst Mrs S B Knsh headed tho movement and the following is tho result I Jar blackberries Molly Ilnncy I Jelly stnmidNevada Nickull 1 Sugar bowl Dr A C Nickell and wife 1 Pou 11 J coflne Clay Campbell I Vegetable dishCurtis Qlliek nllII Cutgin I water pitcher T T hay 11111I wife 1 Pine Lamp Miillie Jnnics 1 Large market IIIIlkctW II Pleratt 1 Butter dlnh Sliellii James 1 1itchcr Noah Taylor 1 Pounds fresh siiusiiKi Curtis Hose 1 foundconeCtanle Wheeler I Pound 1tOrn SwaiiKO 1 Pound sugnrUnnldt Unviqs 1 Pound butter Myrt Davis 1 Hroom Uncle Hill Combs 1 Ilntler dhdi Himilc Finch 1 Cutglass berry tlilhW H Pierntt 1 Set glass sugar howl cream pitcher butter dish and spoonholder II James 1 Jar blackberry jellyMrs S H Kash I Can gritted pineapple Dr H 11 Kasb 1 Lot beans Mrs Henry Wallin 1 Pound sudsE O Day I Pound coffee Mary Mclntosh 1 Pound coffee Minnie Day 1 Basket potatoes Mrs Debbie Pierntt 1 Gallon sour milk Nannie Staple 1 Jlassdish preserves Mrs H V Pieratt 1 CUll baking powllerH 11 Littcrel 1 Fine Mirror Mrs H PJames 1 Flume picture Mary Trimble 1 Pair hand towels Klia James 1 Largt Iruit dish pitcher end set tum blers Carl Mile 500 Kev C K French Sweet and sour pickle nllllljar of apples SIrs Spencer Cooper From Now Zealand UrEiTON Niw XBAIAXD Nov 2t 18G I nm very pleased to stale that since I took the agency of Chamberlains medi Dines the sale has been very large moro especially of tho Cough Ilemedy In two years I hayo sold moro of this parti cular remedy than of all other makes for the previous five years As to its efficacy Ii have been informed by scores of per tons or thegood results they leave rev ccivcd from it and know its value from the use of it in my own household It is HO pleant to take that we have to place the bottle beyond the reach of the chil drellg J ScANTLFnuuY For sale by J Taylor Day We acknowledge tho receipt of complimentary tickets to tho Lexington As ocintion race meeting which begins on Monday the 21st inst and notice that some of the best horses in the country will participate With such gentlemen as Milton Young president i Gus Straus ice president i Chas F MoMeckin sec clary and Col E F Clay and Lew P arlton as presiding judges tho meeting hould prove a financial success and tho- sport firatclasa Tickets at halffnro on all railroads dIRingRing out the false Ring In the true We bring to you the new and true from the plney forests of Norway DR BELLS PineTarHoney Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughscolds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhlft rated the microbebearing mucus Is cut out the cause of that tickling Is removed and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Is no Inclination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottles Only 2Bo SOc and 100 IxtB BE SURE YOU GETI Dr Bolls PlnaTarHoniy to Cincinnati Llvo Stock Market Tho Cincinnati Live Stock Kecord of Friday gives tho following as tho best prices for that day No choice cattle on tho market today Top price for those on solo 5lGG Top price for calves 500 Top price of light hogs JliOj heavy 370 Heat sheep brought 100 Best lambs brought 550 Tho boo were actual sales but It should bo borne in mind that they repro sent the best of their class on tho market that day TUB HKKAID will cnch week give tho best sales of tho Friday before which is alone worth tho price of tho paper NOW is the limo to subscribe On tho first Sunday in December and the Saturday nighl before Win H Cord will preach nt Hzel On Saturday after noon ho will be glad to meet any parents who have children to vend to school and others who want to attend school relative to Hazel Green Academy Quito a number of time young people of Ivel have been pupils oroJr academy and wo would bo glad to have a number of them with IM this winter in school Old papers 20c a hundred THE NEW WAY v WOMEN used to think fe- maleG diseases r could only bo localI I L dons by physl clans Dread of such treatment kept thousands of modest women client about their suffering Thefn- troducllon of Wine of Cardui has now demon strated that ninetenths of all tho cases of menstrual disorders do not require a physicians attention at all The simple puro Wn ofrdld taken in the privacy of a womans own home Insures quick relief and speedy cure Women need not hesltato now Wino of Cardul re quires no humiliating examina tions for Its adoption It curesany disease that comes under the head of female troubles disordered menses falling of the womb whites change of life JIt makes women beautiful by making them well It keeps them young by keeping them healthy 100 at the drug store For advise In cases reotilrlnr ipeeltl dIrection address gtvln the Ladles Advisory Department Tho Chattanooga Medicine Co ChatU noofaTcna W I ADDISON MD dry Mill says I use Wine or Cardul extenilrely In mypracttceandnnd UamotlCelJB preparation for female troubles jtr 1 A i THE FOURTH KENTUCKY According to Oar GorrespOHdeat Art Anxious to Be Mastered Oat ofiUncle Sams Service CAMP SHIPP ANNISTON ALA November 7 1808 Editor HAZEL QUEEN HKUALD As I lingor in tho regimental hospital of tho Fourth Kentucky volunteers with an attack of pnou mania my mind reverts back to pleasant associations in Wolfo county and tho gonorosity with which I was treated in business ro lations of a short poriod thoro last year and I am constrained to re lievo my mind from tho suffering around mo and commune with you people n few moments I am bed last but still able to write You know that would bo tho last of mo That is when I cannot writo I am about ready to bo offered up I think by careful nursing I will bo out in a few lays I see tho boys of Wolfe county who nro hero every day or so Toni Stamper Bent Little Brock Amyx Charley Byrd and perhaps others I foil to recall to mind are mom bere of my company and they do moan themselves in a gontlouianly and soldierly manner but like tho rest of UH have enough tin sol diering for tho nggrnndizomont of politicians and would liko to bo relieved of tho yoke and return homo Stun Hurst Curt Lykins Newt Nothorly Tom ShermanTay lor Tolson and John Cable aro l those of Wolfe county boys I now recall that belong to Co C under Capt batty and you may guess that crow huvo thoir fun in which I often join thom and as wo have sat around tho camp fires at night rehashing incidents of tho past in Wolfo wo resolve ourselves into a committee of tho whole to bo come jollified and you can imag ine the oxporionco meeting that followsAs regiment is bocomingwell drilled unto a state of excellence so aro nil our boys going along at tho same stride and whon they have returned it will bo very littlo that tiny will bo unable to toll about military duties Nobody hero can yet toll what is the destiny of this regiment but it is hope upon hope by tho mon in tho ranks that wo will ho returned to old Kentucky soon and mus toted out and wo boliovo wo will bo as wo cant see why wo should ho Rimy further punished in this country and with tho thousands- of other soldiers to ho sent to Cu ba wo cant see hut what wo would bo in tho way there Tho health of the regiment is not good ro gardloss ot reports to tho contrary and it can never bo put in that shape to make an enviable showing in a foreign country There are a lot of commissioned officers in tho regiment who are pulling for our retention and for tho sake of those few paltry dollars they recoivo they would have us sink to hell so they como out all right- I sec Elliott Tolson of tho See ond Regulars here and it is really amusing au woll as interesting to hoar him narrate his experiences at tho battle of Sat Juan Hill Elliott was right thorn in time midst of tho thickpstand says if ho didnt kill n Spaniard it was tho fault of his trusty Mauser and not his fault Ho talks of soon paying a visit to his mother at Campion- W 0 Fugato of Co D front Morgan county was quito agreea bly surprised a few days since on receiving an honorable discharge from tho volunteer army through tho good offices of Congressman Fitzjmtrick told is now with his family in Morgan county Morn of us would enjoy such favors at the congressmans hand Those of us Democrats would liko to be at our places in tho Tenth tomorrow to vote for Tom Fitz but from what wo road wo dont think hoII win need our votes and congratu 3 lations aro in order from tho 10th Democracy of tho Fourth Kenrr tucky to Tom Fitz and tho Democrats of tho Tenth Respectful ly W P NOBBW J ni Yf t i liP t THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Publisher JQAZEL GREEN i s t t KY HOPE Kope sees the brlehtncns of the day Sink neath the oablo poll of night Yet Hope dares Jook aloft and say Still ahlno the itara BO clear BO bright Xcoo sees dark clouds relentless lower To dungeons deep the very stars And yet Hope cries A moment more And each bright orb shall burst Its bars Hope eecs the frlRhtcnod forests bow Before the ntormn Btupcndou fray Yet Hope but smiles and says Wen now The halcyon calm hantcs on Its way Hope acts the winters wlthrlnt blast Blay every green and living thing Yet Hopes bright guxo looks on and past And revels In the coming spring Yea Hope can flnd somewhere n flower In every pathway she lies trod And floods with song tho saddest hour Because Hope has her homo In OodlI Louis M Waterman In Chicago Stand ardAn Army Wife BY CAPTAIN CHARLES KING Copyrighted byr Tennyson NrelyJ SYNOPSIS Chapter IFannie Methane u young widow Is Invited to visit the OraftonH at Port Hodgwlck Her sister trios to din auntie her nn Itandolph Mi rrlatn whom she had jilted for old Mclnne and his lirldo are stationed thorn Chapter II Kannlo Mclnnon wedding causes family feeling A few months later she while traveling with her husband meets Merriam on his wedding trip Chapter IllHomu time previous to this ilrrrlam had gone on a government sur vey fallen III and had boon nursed by tiers Tremnlno and daughter Florence A hasty nolo from Mrs McLanoit Ntvpann takes him to the plains Chapter 1VYoung Mclann dictates to Merrlam n dying mcnsagi which Is sent tn Parry a young Chicago lawyer and brotherIn law of Mrs Mcl ane Itrply eaters Merriam to swoon ll Isl taken to Tromalno callls for Florence Chapter V Engagement of Florenco TrMnnlna to Mrrrlatn IIs announced wedding shortly follows They meet Kanny Mclano and finding the Mclanr bound wllh themselves for flan largo rhango their plans stopping over at fort Htone man niAPTKK VI CoNTixrhD- Mr McLnne they had not met at all nor ill they ngnln on that now mi clouded wedding journey once CIIlIIIIIII ter her It vns entry to trace the wun dcrhiKHOf this Manhattan magnate and i his lowly wire Tliilr movements were i the subject of dully paragraphs In the i paper from Sam Diepi to SentIIlr IInllll not until they hail left Coronado HCIHhII did the McrrlnniN1 jo IliltI her Not until the McLancs urn heralded at the In nee In Rnn Francisco did ticI happy couple move on Ito Monterey mid there one morning UN tthey were atI breakfastI the papers were brought In and there I yetlitgnnnllllile symptom of the IDIHJ married couple n newspaper for hiOWII CIII trrtnliiment nnd slit 1tt for his wlrlIone he null she were ErlnlllllIofnllolil theI greet npnrtment and cNchniiKlng hap py lowtoned confidences about their nurroutidlnpt and possibly their fellow ojournerji A man nt M adjoining Itable hrwever lint opened the sheet oral suddenly ex clnlmed MyI Got mid this Instantly I attracted the attention of his wife who I III1l1cIIf I Todd In studying time oeeupnnls of the i room lie began to read aloud 11 ItIJTolin Hnrold Mcljinc1 of New York hoII with his charming young wife has hlllII jftiding n few days In this city WilliII nliot and dangerously wounded while ntcpplng Into hiM ennlnge In front of I the tnlverslly club at a Into hiur lant t I nphugInnball evidently a heavy one struck hltllI ulth Kueh force that the shock felled Mm liiKtmitly He was carried into the clubhouse ngaln where Urx Storr mid I Humphrey who were presentI 11 ulIlII prompt CNamliwtlMi It was found tthat purtlmllydrstroyingI nook In Ills overcoat the ball detleetcd evidently hind torn Its wny rouul under I the skin of till left breast and burst Its wny out below the armpit Ulcedlng wan profuse and the shark severe yet time physicians Ihlnlt that the ihances nre In favor of his recovery If ii There Is much mystery nbut the jilLilr The coaehmnn says n mint nUllI tt woman walked up and down In rroutI of time club on the opposite side of tillI Breet full half nn hour before Mr tlILam carne out he being nccom iuled by a friend who lad formed one of t 11l11II party nt whist Instantly the strange I man left the side of the woman hurried across the street mind placing his left I hand on Mr MeI nueR shoulder turned him sharply timid accosted him hi a low II jPorncAvhnt angry tone The moment heII spoke Mr McLnnc struck furiously with his right hnnd nt time others fart then thrustlt Into his overcoat pocket where utter n pistol wna found It was nt this Instant tlint time other tired The car 1 rlage horses startled attempted to run and by the time the 1 coeichmnn hnd regained eontiol 1 of them theywere some dls ianco down tho street On his return itr McLane wns being borne into the t r club Quite a little crowd hind gath ered but nobody but himself and the friend referred to who was Boirie whit Intoxicated hnd seen anything of the shooting A neighbor wild he sat n innn and woman hurrying round the corner but that was the last of themI The police have n clew which they re fuse to divulge Mrs MeLmie1 who tats attending the brilliant reception given nt the residence of IIonJL Son bourne wna not Informed of the trag cry until an hour Inter and was pros trated bytime shock At three a III the wounded in fin wns resting under the influence of opiates Breathless Mcrrlnm listened his face Pilling and breathless Florence watched him When the render hind finished and his wife began to nit questions Florence said no word Her dart pathetic eyes were fixed upon her hue bnnd4 pnllld face then timidly she stretched forth her hnnd I5nndy dear she whispered I Merriam mused himself with n sadden start Forgive me Ploy Floy darling limit this Is a dreadful shock Will you mind my getting n paper and he looked appcallngly about him A waiter sprang forward Did the cap tamp wish anything The morning pa per Ccrtninly Which one Oh any onenil of theme in fact timid present ly they were brought as was the break he rent on through pnper after pope fast and Ithe breakfast grew cold while grewsome details in one and all yet not the details he sought And FlnrciKe had lot nil appetite undII was Intent only on him waiting almostt meekly for him to speak Some of the papers declared the Injuries mortal Untidy Ipassed the papers one after an other without comment to her as heI rend Ithem She tookI each ns it came obediently helpfully hub folded and1 laid It by her skit then returned to her I wordless study of his troubled face III hist the fourth sheet wall finished nlldI1 with a long sigh he turned nnd snw her MyI darling my darling he whispered n Brent shame timid sorrow overpowering him as he tinted the Intensity I I of her sympathy mingling withII the mournful sense of her utter nothI ingress to him at the moment OhIFlorence how could I lie so forgetful1 of you Hut I Mite hind a llreOIltulCl shock You do not know what this means what It would mean If tcrnulI should die now and I cannot tell you And all shemild scan Hush I Kniidy dent 1 dont wish you to tell me now limit McLane did not dieat once nt least Three weeks the police worked1 at that clew and the doctors at hllllII and neither with much IIIIIICIIIrIbully with little help from the victim COlllllSIIl I nay or shooting on part of anybody and consumed with drrlIIfun fear of death It was n wonder that under the circumstances he rallied snot elently to be up and able lobe mused The March winds of Frisco were leagued against him The doctors wished to tnke him bnek to foronndo but he declared that rummy port of CnlC formula would be death to him IllII wished to go hone at once Within the week of the shooting Ned Parry ntII rived from Chicago and humid come long Interviews with his sister in Inty lint was tint allowed to see tIll patient neither was slit except nt rare Inter vals an aflllctlona which she bore with Christian resignation Then Parry lurid to go buck but not before lie lend re ceived a note taut Merrlam hind visited hint mid lund shown every attention to tend deep interest in his gentle bride and had hail one long conference with the husband alone When Mr McTnne wan declared writ enough to move they carried him IIhlllllllII stenhmr dead sent him 1111111111 ma Fanny his wife In attendance as in duty hound Hut even the stet and biggest stateroom wns close mind stuffy as she said mid her hours ware mainly sprat on deck It was the nurse who had to bear with Macs ceaseless plaints lie had grown suddenly old childish decrepit fearful They had to stay some dnvs at Panama and hind a wretched time at least he did being transferred thence to Havana where he was enjoined to remain at least six I lIlt Rat some morbid longing duty hits Irreslstbly bnek to New York Uo he would tad In April they exchanged the summer sens the soft I perfumeladen air the warm sunshine of the tropics for the fogs mid bluster ol the North Atlantic seaboard Pneu monia vet in mural claimed the feeble wreck for its own SeveralI wcths be I ron the anniversary of thin brilliant wedding and still more brilliant rn I ceptlon Fanny McLnnc was weeping decorously In widows weeds and listen Ing to the details of the last will nod testament Much but not nil had been left to his belovedI wife Frances Hayward Me laucI hut even that much was curiously bestowed Why should Uncle Mellen be so largely n beneficiary Why should he be placed in charge of her property 1 Was she not old enough to 1 look after what wns her own Why should Inele Mellen here and inch Mellen there appear on page after page I of that formidable document With 1I1t1lmlllg1I1I11c11IIUCS the tents hnd van ished dried olT presumably by the hot flush on hide lovely check4 Sonic one J hnd obtained min + lutl Influence over her husband In his last moments she de t clarcd Some one hind swindled her Some one should be given to understand she was n chllcln puppet no longer r and two some ones Uncle and Mellen hud a tremendous scene with tho widow before the funeral baked meats were fairly cold before theflow verI began to droop about the new filled grave One row led to another and then to litigation nnd then Charlotte hnd relented sister love anti tenderness triumphing over the sense of indignation which followed Fans repented neglects of sisterly letters nnd sisterly advice and she rams east with her impcrturhnble Ned nnd found Fan looking white and ill and troubled and while Ned remained for a legal bat tie royal with the girls putativeI guardian Charlotte took Frances to n chnrmlng resort in the west for n placid summer nnd that fall the lovely widow was domiciled in nn npartnmnt of her own within view of the flashing waves of Lake Michigan within sound of the ceaseless roar of Chicago Meantime the junior member of the great firm of firnemc Hoyburn Parry had been doling yeoman service in pinching Uncle Mellen sail many a valuable concession hind been made and thanks to her gifted brotherin law the fair and now fully restored widow toad herself In apparently un disputed possession of the revenues of certain houses lots nnd lands stocks and bonds that would have been beyond her claim and now hind come till long log to spread her wings and fly for wits independence came the Intoler mullet of Charlottes wellmeant yet Ill advised monitions She would have no elder sister preaching Dont do this and dont do thing day after day to her Slit could not assume at all times the expression of a grief slut did not feel The weeds tins customary suits of solemn black even the little raps wcre dOli lied whenever shl wen t broad butt that cap was so coquettish as to drawdown hots denunciation mid even deep mourning wns to be discarded long beforo the prescribed twelve month Freak whim caprice of every kind had her elder sister expected of her even to the encouragement of this well groomed well preserved broker musg ante who came on plea of new invest ments nnd business Interests but that Francesl should declare her Intention of going to visit Fort Sedgwick even under the protection of the Iraftons roof hind never occurred to hide for n moment as A possibility It wns stun rung It was too dreadful for anything Slim would have written mad sisterly protest to Mrs Grafton limit for Neds stern prohibition Let her go mychilli said he in the halfpa ternal way Ill sometimes assumed Let her go I know Grafton I think I know Mrs Merrlam amid I believe I know Randy Its my profound con artist Inn Is going to get the lesson of her life CI1AITI2U VII The manner in which Mrs Prances McLane secured her invitation to visit the Oraftons reflects credit on her gent eralship if not on her general char acter She was drop in widows weeds and woe the lovely summer of 01 so long ns she remained In the neighbor I I urKod and she coming no nonext w wenk hood of the mausoleum of the dray departed and Mrs n rll Hon twice or thrice ran down from the Point to pour out sympathy mid consolation but dear Fanny hind sustained too severe n shock This dreadfulI I tthis mysterious this murderous assault upon Mr Me Lane had unnerved lice completely said Mrs Grafton on her return to her liege mid slur does not seem to rally at nil Later as we have seen Chnrlotto took her slater west tied later still the Graftons en route to Sedgwick at last stopped live days in Chicago on their way mid Fanny was at the station to meet them on their arrival and Insisted then as slue had before by letter upon their being her guests at lice own apartments at time Clarendon Shut hind n lovely little room nil ready for them Now Grafton wns n provident than nl1i economical man and five days hotel bills made certainly n big hole in n mouths pay Something even thenIwhispered to him thnt this extravagance were better that that to which acceptance of the widows invitation would lead Hut he banished the thought as unworthy and uncharitable Fanny welcomed them with infinite tact and taste made them feel that their coming was n blessing to her so sad and lonelyI wns her life now that it wns no longr blessed by the compan ionship and devotion of the Incompar I 6htr could not accompany them to the opera or to concerts and theaters but shim hind the best seats secured and Ned nnd Charlotte were properly attentive and when It was time for the Grafton partedrI with trays Fanny looking BO white BO pathetic so fragile and protesting that Mrs Grafton was the one friend tc whom her heart clung in its bereave meat and desolation A hacking little cough hind already set in this wnsi lute in the frill and the rigors of tin- Lake Michigan climate seemed telling severely upon the Gothamborn girl und urgently did Mrs Grafton Ares- her to leave this blustering shore an rt to come to her in that land tvher- coughs i and bronchial and catarrhal1I j troubles are unknown to mask in thin sunshine and drink in tilt delirious nir of southern New Mexico and Fan de clnred that could site but be with liar riet her cough would never worry her hutIt could not heIt could not be There were Important legal matters the settled She must light her battle alone She could not yet go so fat from that sacred dust Ail time same time Graftons were nott fairly settled at Hcdgwick when legal dllllculties seethed to have been settled and her cough grievously aug mented The doctors talked of Pcrmii da or San Diego hut time idea of going to Hermuda among strangers was a her ror so she wrote and as for Coronndu where less than a year agone she hint been so happy so hltstnn no It wall impossible Yet Chicago for the rot of the winter was out of the question es pecially since the estrangement thins had grown up between her and her rel atives in the east that had even tosomc extent Involved Charlotte her beloved stater Mrs Grafton could not help thinking how remarkably Fiances hind developed1 since her school days Then she hind never impressed anyone as being capable of much deep feeling There hind been n few months Indeed when Mrs Grafton was angry and astonished nt Frances hut those were just after she broke with Handy Merrimn amid married McLaue but Pant hind wheedled her out of this unfavorable mood and convinced her that she had never really eared for 111 r Merriam who somehow failed to Inspire her with that feeling of respect even reverence which sine felt was due the man she married whereas Mn MeLane was n gentleman of such dignity and force of character lint slit seemedi powerless In his pres ence and his love was the sweetest flat tery the most surprising thrilling joy she hind ever known Not until he cant did slit dream wheat love really meant dual then it was duty it was justice it was honor that compelled her to release Mr Merrlmn liar slit married him she would have gone to the altar with a lie on her lips for slue loved another Grafton said nothing but seemed to be thinking a good deal maul It was plain that he did not thoroughly approve of the fickle Frances When howeverMrr riam surprised everybody nt the Point by his marriage to Ploy Tremainc Grafton concluded it was time to drop the matter All tthe sumac he could not suppress his surprise when Harriet announced that Fanny had actually almost consented to come to thorn I thought you knew I disapproved Of thnt scheme entirely said he- You did dear when I first Ipolor It nail so did I I didnt think it would do at all hind inn talked so frankly about Mr Merriam and the lovely time theyd had together on the Incll1loallt with him and his charming bride and knit he and she hind laughed over their affair at tIll Point and agreed that it would lave helm absurd and now they were siieh good friends and shedl nmessngfront1 bereavement why what more was to be sail Grafton listened rather grimly lie was many years older than his wife as has been said and much less credulous Again the saute uneasy presentiment oppressed him I dont think she should roam lucre Harrle he gravely said Anywhere else perhaps I could lave shared with you the fecllngof wel come certainly the desire to pay the debt of hospitality but nt Sedgwick with the Mcrrlams here it cannot be And here poor Mrs Grafton broke down trod wept OhIhl cried its forgivenherI nudskids comingnenenext- w weekWe tint record the further re marks of Capt Grafton on this point inopcrativebutthe C10111l5tic very TO DI3 CONTINUED IV T Man to ills Tiintr Weary Ambler Loddy Im that hUll- Er I tooHardheartedI yourtrade1lwl1I I was a glasseater In a musec once brokenhlttleRgoodsluuni Cincinnati Commercial Tribune It SrrniM Ilniiilblo npplecllulledHe recalling n recent experience I heeldiscovered t x MATTER OF FACT lie Thought the Poor Girl Needed Change from the Style to Which She had Been Acouitomcd He is a man whose unbounded aseuranceistict he proceeded to talk to the Practical old gentleman about marrying his daughter he was evidently prepared for the usual questionDo laughter aseThe parent spoke this phrase with the air of a man who thinks lie has uttered a poser The suitor looked him in time eye DotmeatseYes air Her mother and I are both Ipractilal people and have aeread practicethreegooddinneran intelligently as an experienced steward Moreover her abilities with the ara not confined to fancy work Sheseatreas ure and we dont propose to have any mil understandings about her future Gasbeenaccustomednll wasWcl tosto practice three hours n day on nnv Plano nor cook dinners nor take back talk from market people Shes going to have all the sewing none outside of the mouse read what she enjoys whether its Greek or Choctaw ItstintsI good times in this life Washington Star The IIiMvnllnn Inland Railwaytinsgiving a brief description of these islands their topu ralhclimate natural re sources railways schools population etc It contains a folding map and mentions the various steamship lines living between AtteoItints is also called to the unparalleled fa cilities tillered Iby the NorthWestern Line the Pioneer Line west and northwest of Chicago for reaching San Francisco Los pointsthis1 upon receipt of four cents in stamp by W B Kniskcni 2lJ Fifth Avenue Chicago Vlmt She Celled It mindNl11 himIthat a promise thrcatIuckDear Editorli you know of n solicitoi or canvasser in your city or elsewhere espe eiallII 111111 who has solicited for subscrip moos insurance nursery stock books or tailoring or n man who can sell goods you will confer a favor by telling him to correspond with us or if you will insert this notice in your paper and such parties will cut this no tide out and mail to us we may be able to furnish thrill a good position in their own and adjoining counties Address AMUUICAN WOOLEN MILLS Co Chicago Sot nt All Afraid They say he suggested just to see how she would take it that disease may be com municated by kisses Im an immune she replied promptly rcwardcJChicago To Cur n Cold In One Vtny Take Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets All dru i tllrcfulldIIIOlle if it fails to cure 25c yon Oeiiernl mtnbJohnson = hatsdlretty rough on a jailer of a prison American IlnUn Catnrrh Cure Is taken Internally Price 75c TUIlCYOII say the defendant turned nnd whistled to the dog What followed tlitnessIhcdogClevelandPlain intendtdtoHall hearings are about to be applied to the rowlocks of boatsL A W Bulletin Consumptionboth GWattemtomiInkster butthlsty wedded toDetroit Journal BetterBestAn emotional nature is often mistakenfor a sympathetic one Hams h- ornF1LES IcuflTerpdtlictorturoortliodnniued constipation twentyyears onlhlnlftomanCII Sioux City It CANDY CATHARTIC TRADE MARK PiOliTTKIO DoGoodor CURE CONSTIPATION trlhr Rrr ttmfuj thkit lnlnL Uw rrl tit 110 TO DAD gliUlo Sold anl1lluftrantffd cro1labit iIStock lpecuIaIorsi halo atuabto deal of a proatabienow under wine for particulars e NaitIJiNN tu7 New York Na Na NaNf N1 DROPSYNBWDISCVDRYgtvecl quick roller and cures worst unit daystttatamefIkrao GripeS l 1 iL rcoAted pIUs which tear you nil art not Io U with Hoods Easy to tako f p Hoodsto operate f IptellateI g a etrtaln A gals 250 C J Hood Co Lowell bias 5 Tlb only Tills to take with floods Sarsanarllla JPHE HERALD f f1f H Courtney of tho Center Lu ii ber Co was a visitor to our town Satur- N l dalRev J II Wallin will preach nt the Frozen Creek church next Sunday at 11 oclock a m- ReKular t services at Christian church on Sunday morning and evening Let everyone attend Henry Murphy of May town hnve bought of Buen McNabb seven head of yearling steers for 175 Sheriff A T Combs and County Judge OT Center of Campton wero among the visitors to our town Saturday Mrs S B Kash is selling out her winter i hats Bud wraps at greatly reduced1 prices and ladies can get great bargainsI Our old friend Ifartfcldt the dry goods anal notion drummer of Louisville was a guest of the Day House over Sun dayJ J G Trimble of Mt Storlin Ini visj iting his daughter Mrs J Taylor Day 1 and other relatives and friends nt this place Mr and Mrs Tom Lee of Midland Texas arrived hero Sunday and willI in future reside on his farm in Morgan county James C and John 1K Cord of Flem ing county and K M1 Harrison of Ma son fount left Tuesday morning for their Nantes Miss Anna Hell Combs of Campion iill visiting her sister Mrs H P Piernll o f this place nUll other relutiyo and friends in the vicinity Frank Rash and Miss Dude Iellel Salver Ixith of this place wore married1I in Matriflin county last Thursday ant 1I returned hero Friday N L Ware having sold bin residence to Prof Cord wiil have a sale of hs household effects at an early date whichI will be unlannounced Union services will be held in the Presbyterian church on Thanksgiving day beginning at 1080 a m Rev It M Lee will deliver tho sermon HOODS Snrsapnrilla is the One ln1till Great Xervo Tonic JStomach Regulator To thou sands its great merit Is KNOWN Buford Murphy son of Henry slur phy of Grassy has been very sick n fever but is better at this time Dr S B Kash was his attending physician R J McLin of Jackson was hero Saturday as a witness in tho DnySwango trial over tho ownership of a hog and said he was mighty well pleased with Jackson On last Friday afternoon at the river there were five baptisms by Win H Cordviz Misses Mattio Cord Carri- Rose and Sudie Harrison and Troy Pie ratt and Robert Cord Mrs Lou Day whoso illness was men tioned last week ia improving nicely consideredcritical Mle pains in the head Iphysiciannfornis wasJastreported as dangerously fs bidslairspeedily J T onlineCaskeys store up corner of tho old Racket store and the improvement adds materially to the appearance of tho street MAYTakeTabletsAlirefund money If it eaceurohtabbletl0LThe genuine has L B Q on arrlcdheroFrenchburc whore he preached on Sunday told us of the serious Benttoon tho Red River helostfromthehisfootthrewhimheavilyloaded legSflesh ofMtSpencerwereandnlnpu tated the limb between tho knee and thigh joints Saturday night byMrsleftmSaturdayfor Jackson where she lies ac Byrdthoa from her Monday announcing her safe arrival1 andt stating that she t1aa will pleased with the outlook The good people of Jacknon and tho ladies espe cially will find Nisi Lnum deserving of every confidence and her tinny friends hero unite with us in tho hope that she will find a hearty welcome mid pleasant associations in her now home A Sure Sign of Croup Hoarseness in a child that is subject to croup is a sure indication of the ap proach of the disease If ClmniDcrlnina Cough Remedy is given as soon as tho child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough has appeared it will pre vent the attack Many mothers who hay croupy children always keep this reared at hand and find that it saves them much trouble and worry It can always ho- depended JVol1IUIII is ploasnnt to take For siloy J Taylor lay 1Last year Charles 1 lan15 Gibson illus trntid The People of Dickon for the Ladies Home Journal The picture wero so succecoful that this year andI during next year W L Taylor the New England artist who has made sac rapid strides iu his art will illustrate The Pooplu of Longfellow also for The Ladies Nome Journal The poems snorted are rue Imlm of Lifo Ili wAlh KvuHgeline The Cuurtshi of Miles KUmdidi too Children Hour The Village Rlnekimitb andI others W IL + Fmlthfl college Lexington Ky is where hundred of clerks former boys and other have invested fCO to t1O for tuition and board for an education amii are now getting 1000 and over a year Reule1 and keep this notice fur refer 1onett Remember that in onion your let tern nay reach this college address only Gen W H Smith Lexington Iy That old reliable clothing house of Louis Gus Straus Lexington Iy in cites your attention to tho grat clothing sale in tho history of the trade through nn ad in this paper and if you want good warm winter clothing you will read every line of it and profit by doing so Just think of buying a good warm overcoat for 99 cents A dog belonging to II F Picratt on Monday attacked three other dogs n l three several times and made an attemptt to bite one of his children its teeth just thatfl it was a case of hydrophobia Mr 1iorattl Made her shot and it is hoped nothing serious will result ICorpornl Wes C Taulbee Co A Sixth Infantry who spent the latter part of his furlough with relatives here last week has rejoined his regiment at Fort Thomas But the Sixth will hereafter bo stationed at ForL McIntosh Texas to which place he requested that his paper sente Send your laundry to the Winchester Power Laundry the best in tho stated D B Litteral is agent at Hazel Green and will call for and deliver goods in town Ho will also forward all packages sent in from the country 27tf From the postoflice at HunUville Ala wo have been notified to change the ad dress of Sergt M K Taulbee Troop L 6th Cnv from that place to Military Station No 1 Porto Rico and presumeI Miles is now there Great Cures proved by thousands Sanasaparillti possesses power to purify vitalize and enrich the blood Hoods Pills are the only1 pills to be taken with Hoods Sarsaparilla Judge G B Swango left yesterday for Frankfort having in charge Sally tir little feeble minded daughter of Mrs Lou Mnpcl whom he took to the Feebl- Minded Institute at tint place H Ilol On last Sunday morning Win H Cord preached the ordalnatlon sermon and or dained officers for tho Lacy Creek Christian church Tho church has a mem probablybuild A chair was bequeathed to tho Chris SwnngoIntely day night accepted the gift on behalf of the churchand made an appropriate address hi which ho paid tribute to the memory of tho donor Mr Mrs Ware will locate at or near Lexington b Chronic Dyspepsia Cured 11 7 l rF FTGltsuffcringfornearlgthlrtyyearst rtroDl I Iujdnlc wife of a tifotuncut bmSncid nan of Warsaw NY writes Ford yours 1 W3SI a constant sufferer from dyspepsia and a weak stomach The lllttestfadproduced distress causing sovuro pain and tho forma mydietI was treated by maiiy plij icUua and tried numerous rumullvstcitnwttereaatldpT- wo yoars ago I began taking Dr Miles Norvo and Liver Pills and Nervine Within 1week I tiiuniLli id jiii rusua U4U Jjcr- Ertlng In the trcatnrctl was ont No to oat what 1 liked vlth no evil eiVocta uIIprl any old eym tote IS r- Dr Mllti1 ltomtldlesMt 1IIi tro sold by all drug plsts under r positive tp Mf rOaactT cr uCY r 0u 3- etu 1IIt f sotlw uarttudy aiiaa nurvoi true AihirtiM TVIV itfcf i n r H Dli MILES MEDICAL CO lilUliart hd FRUITS FLOWERS SHADE tic CfiiP mlluiflff0f I ursciias AtL laee Everything for Orchard Lawn mid Gnrdnn Fruits and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Vines Small Fruits Rhnbiird Aspnrguv and all stock grown in Nurseries employtDcacriiitivo Catalogue on applica theft H F HILLENMEYEIl LEXINGTONI KY Ill ON li 7 Stj It II BUY AN- t 9- l SA11CS1I AN 1OK Pearson Clark WHOLESALE + GROCERS LEXINGTON KY TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK JIT STERLING KY 0 CAPITAL 200000 I SURPLUB 30000 0 J M UIGSTAFF President G L KIRKlATIUCK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier 0We respectfully solicit the business ofmer chants liiriners traders nnd business men generally Eastern Anil iii llilfc Kentucky general banking busIncsH done Give us a yohtyou money RpW THOMPSON Caulker Educate BookKeeplngBuslness FofAPHONOGRAPHY Situation TypeWriting Telegraphy cavrutolrco- 4a GENERAL WRSMITH LEXINGTON ICY ror circular of his famous and rcsponilMo COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Mednl nt Worldanzposlllon Refer to thourandi of graduates in lyxltlnns CottafFnll IltiMnvu Coarse IncluJIng Tul lion hooks aDd Hoard la family about 1A- ShorthandTypeWritiagaadTelegrphy8pecL1Ga alIucceafulrLezingtoaKyeKoli KtiitckV Unltertily nttmrea 1901000 W tUMI lWlltfa 4Uaadaaoa IIIIC War 1 JAm v TRAINING JFEED STABLES I have opened my Training and Feed Stable and will keep on hand plenty of teeth nnl1l full doalrahorsospasture at reasonable rates T tlVf11Y STf LES Also for the convenience ninth accom modation of guests of tho Day House at Hazel Green anti LPnrk Hotel at Torrent I have opened nearby two firstclass livery stables where I will keep buggies saddle I Nurses and hacks for hlro at all times Persons wishing n vehicle to meet them at MeCiuisuy can telephone mo and have any desired vehicle or saddle horse promptly I will also have u lull supply of hacks for lire to drummers which will bo In charge of careful drivers nUll for which they can contract by the day for nuy length of timePersons intending to visit Day told Swango Springs will be met at either ft 1 McCnusey orTonent with team and driver null I will havo pleasure In shipping water for them whenever desired Day mid Swnngo water fresh and free on Ice and tap for guests nt L Park Hotel JaTAYLOR DAY J fI iiiET1EDiKTOxunnxtt uusimKitWiWraauaaffcs 1HODBUORSP PILLS T5 v cI 5f 1 otl li prrtrnllnlllldlllinrfvonadbcnwsntIberuuri l Vf Mel till iMrowivtMrniit 1 iron iriunn which IriultoC on f viVW 11111111l rhltr tvnttt urrry 5i onhr wll ITn n wrlttPll 11- 1utvu A oN tLttUailii ttliiUIYrI aOri HcaliasiusicuCnveluud011o 4 tCZ7 G f1 UrrrsThey pain ONE U fIKYI i I I t No matter what the matter is one will do you good and you can get ten for five cents s new itrbi paekm containing TK irxi riMTUi In a piwr carton without fflun IU now for nave om druif ion i roHnticiiMT Thtalow prtcdartlntondrd fur tli pour aud tb mjunomP Onn itinvn r the arerrntearweITJtalnlIcan Ui had lit mall uj Mttdlnc tottftlgbtccnU ttJthe Itirnxn CiiiKiuiti UoMrAKr Nu 10 lloruco Btiwot New Yurk or a aoQta cartoa Tat wilt he Mut tar ItrD ovaU Urt m tnodlclue Ttr uud iluoo U u world nA wu crtaud Fo 1LsTOF BEATTyVILLE KY TM LeadIng Jsuraoe ngont of Eastorn Kontuckg fc KEPUKSKNTS NONE UUT Till OLD AND HELIAJJLE COMIANIES OT RS You cannot afford to Insure without seeing him Issues the most llboraltt contemplatesbuilding I I Post 1 NO inns i i o ft IjjH IOn+I Ion thus walll I j MRS s B KASH LI fuorneytxi= Lccw t I Fashionable ilADBHAZELMilliner VI CoME8a A SlEOIAJJTY ANi RE I I m W Jnraumr STREET I I I I I I XYII I I I I I Inference J Taylor DAY Hazel Green HERALD fiIk et- r pr W YhtZ4 r THE H ERALD1- v i t t SPENCFR CoiER Publlsbe r yatr HAZEL GREEN t s 7 ICY 1 s AT EL CANEY 14 v Reoih Experience Itelnted by the T Major In geeklaff for Gen S Ludliiw The major had done Ida work well During the fight around Caney ltlu duties led him several times into the jaws of hell HH he says and he went innot without flinching for the ma Jor IH frankbut he ent In Once hei was tent with a guard of five trooper to find Gin Ludlow The bullets in one lane were like liail wild the major Dont go down there aIr saicl a soldier Youll beI kUled Gen udlow Is hack there I rode back through that awful lane Where IB nell LudlowV I said to aIsoldier Oen Ludlow he said rind a bullet caught him In the forehead and he fell dead I was sent to another place and another and I couldnt IhlllI him Finally 1 went to an old oillcer ColonelI I said Ive been looking for nell Ludlow for two hours and cant IIIllIdIm tint married myself and of course j I I dont care for myself hit theyre 11111i I IIthelllI j any moi e Now Im a tenderfoot and I ask you frankly what I ought todoV tyont you report to your superior of fleer said the colonel until you have found lea Ludlow That was enough for me find off I started hilt I said to the troupers You neednt come not one lit you Hut every one came Once I got ahead of our own line I heard a click looked up surd there was n Spanish picket post tint fifty yards away with their guns leveled JI lpptlJ11lI touched I Finally I did find him This way Web my boy be called from the woods It was hot in there Stoop sir Htoop said n soldier and as I stooped the poor fellow himself gut a bullet In the breast Mien you areIBalled the general who was standing straight with Iris shoulders squared 1 j Mrulghtcncd up my bnckbone too cityitI awry When I had gut oil Ml yards the general called me back through that death hole I left again and If he didnt vail me buck again Jeiieral1 I said1 for Ends sake dont cull me back any more He Iintghedand didnt and Item I am So now that promotions rustic the Cuban air till major says frankly and with logic mid justice If 11111111 staff otllcer put 1111 back in the rear andi let me be ornamental If I am to have duties steadily on the firing line anil ahead of it as I hail and to do them1 ns I didheres Soandso and So amid so being made colonel brigadier gen eral and major general what do I get Harpers Weekly STOCK YARDS CANES CriMiklliimllril IlleUnrlro AfTrctciI hy tin llnlillurn of Tlml DU trlet In Chicago One of the curious sights at the rtock yards Is tIlt peculiar style of Sato or walklugstlck affected by tthose whose dally business takes them into that great live stock mart The realI s polishedhickory requlremonticofht Htalwart ranchman Theser canes ap parently arc not made front saplings l with tint bark removed nnd a crook put upon the end but from solid stripsI of hickory wood shaved wail molded1 into the Iproperl shape They arc from threequarters to an loch In diameter in the thickest part and without anyi artificial stnlu or attempt at decora lion In no other part of the city will you sec them carried or offered for sale Hut when taking trolley ride you willI certainly brain to notice then as soon as you come anywhere within tho radius of the stock yards district They are tarried by ranchmen drove- ms slippers from the country sales bo yardsItr practical use titan for ornament They l ecru well suited to the purpose of an punching fat hogs and Inz DJthei exhibited to prospective buyers And i thou the crook on the end is big enough to admit of holding n reenl I ii- cltrnnt sheep very handily by It The 1 stock yards cauo Is therefore nn in II Htitutlou in itself and If you want to 1I KCO how gracefully it is carried 1111II to what good uses It truly be put take ij a ride out Hnlsted street andover i j among tho pens Chicago Chronicle IlrFrletiilly Coin HIP lit lIeYes he called me a blooming Idiot IIn Him As if anyone could not see that you had gone to seed Indianap we oils J ournnlII I II The famous rich man of ancientI times Croesus is calculated to have possessed about 20000000 Chicftgc Trlbune MONEY AND TRADE What IN Done with the llnlnntc lu Our Ircrror In KorHjei Coiiitlrlen Trade conditions while nominally iIn our favor are really very ritsadvnii tageous Speaking roughly It may h said that last year we exported something over IL00000COO1 worth of com modltlesand Imported something rII100000000 worth Practically we sold twice as lunch as we bought leaf lug a balance of over 000000000 Iin our favor Klght upon Its face that tis a good showing The figures arc In furl sounwhat daxllig They mire nl must calculated to make a man think that he IU loaded down with prosperity when in plain truth he does not know where his breakfast is to come trout Hut thl mere statement that there IIh an enormous trade balance in our favor standing by Itself so far from giving us II correct idea of the sit on lion Is worse than no statement ii t nil for tthlle conveying the belief Iha we are riding the bourdless waves of prosperity an examination of nil th fnct iiiiy prove that we are travel in IhOllt to ruii Whether we ar doing Fu or not it eau ClIlilIe demon strnteil that trade conditions taken In their entirety are not favorable lilt we nre 111ilug subjected to cane sold itijust injury surd that i if ruin Imes tot speedily come It ii mere Iy because our resource nre sn rr11t that It will take a long time to bleed us III death Ac before stated in round iriinht rs we have sold 1200000000 worth of commodities and boughtt CIIIIDfllll1 leaving a balnuce of 1100000000 which cording to mimic l business methods amid customs should have been jiaid- H I rash Ills it hero lly no means The totalI net imports of gold were only slant 1 1000000 leaving 00 oooooo worth of merchandise wholly unpaid for so tar as the ofUeinl tee nrds disclose In other word we have apparently iriven nwny merchandise to the 11 hll SVioOOIIono If we Inclide silver till showing1 IIs still twurseinthe exports exceed the imports SSMOOOuoo adding that 11nrrnnt to our dead loss as 1 if nppcftrs to be Vow comes hc gars tion Tow IU it that wt sold UH riQO coo more vital than we liner boughtI mind have only received 100100000 or IrsF on the bainuce There are two Xplllllll t lOlls offered The firstt in that the mosey has lInI- lfl to our credit III 1 ICurope either for investment or for us to draw against us we need It Common sense force the rejection of this cxplana tion lit once It is absolutely rail reaonabe to beliefs that mime iiei iia money IU seekir Invest uieut in EuI purpesrIt1 I i had beta actually Invested Europe would toilny uivsent a scene of al most 1I111I1IIfthOIII1IIItllIllilllllll dustrlul activity Hut OI1U fur from I Ills being true every nation In Europe iIs complaining of hard tines or at the befitt of dull business There Is no countryl in the world that presents us many opportunities tot development as the Ignited States and if we could have comiiuiiided thai money we may be sure that it would have been broughtI lame lyltigIdle1 snarl f1iIloIIS eousMeratioii The natural thing would be to bring it home where It eon be drawn against even poshutThe second explanation Is that the money has been sett oil against Inter rat cud other payments whitI have to make In Europe This Is undoubtedly true autl when 11I1t1llglItlulIliItt it slaws In tiltImost startling iiHinucr theI significance of the money question In its bearing upon the business Interests of the country It has been frequently1 stated in the lUmetallist that till bulled States hilIIInterest inyments to make In ICuropo amount iiif to not less than sf2SO0000001 y iir while freights paid to foreign liiiowuers nod the expenditures of American travelers abroad will probably swell the aggregate to fully 400 000000 Consequently that we must sell 100000000I more commodities than Jj we buy in order to keep even and not Ij compelled to pay a balance in I money Tilt figures with which we arc now dealing show conclusively fluff this tans I underestimate rather thrall nn ex I lltloll As the IMIUICC of our tarot on merchandise trotleII I was over OOOOUO0 n and we have j received StOOOOfOOO in money it fol lows nmthiMimtioally that the foreign lacII psalmknows ti balancesii have been altogether abnormal mind much to our advantage The ex 1 were at least 150000000 above what may be called the normal while hl imports were fully 150000000 be low So that under natural conditions cannot fairly count on n trade bal mice of more Mian 300000000 If so much In tout that is a long way shore the average of past years Now suppose that during the 15 i mouths ending with June our trade ilanc hind been 300000000 insteadI of 000000000 how much gpld wouldI we have received from Europe None at nil unless we borrowed it and adds to our debt abroad On the contrary to have kept the account even we mustt jhave exported 200000000 in specie It is possible that the 500000000 tint accounted for may in port have been applied upon the principal of our tor- prohnbiy eign debt but ifso It was small part as there Is no record of any considerable amount of our for clgn held securities having been taker up and returned to this country What jhrs been IK of course just so much reduction of our foreign debt It being manifest then that we have annual payments to make in Europe of from 400000000 to 500000000 1 it follows thnt the prices at which woI sell our products are of vast and vitali importance to the American people Making due allowance for the rise of breadstuffs lost year It may still crti were fully 40 per cent below the prices of 1870717271 Hence products sold 0for 1200000000 would lows brought at the former pricelevel 2000000000 The 000000000 of imports lit the same higher range of prices would have been worth 1000000000 and our balance nfit tui of being 000000000 would j have been 1000000000 Dcduotlng the annual charges of say 500000000 we vould have had 500000000 left to pay on the principal of the foreign dc wand Or if the annual charges only amount to 400000000 there would have been 000000000 to be so applied It Iis easy to see that under such cot ditions we could soon payoIC the en tire debt fwd become ourselves n cred itor nation Having this great debt with its an nual charges to pay it is certainly n xad thing that we have so many prod arts to sell With 500000000 in de mands to meet it is better for us toj htivc II iMilauee of 000009000 than out of only SHOOOOOOOO because in the lat deeperlnod deeper into deist while in tIll or met we may pay a little Hut It woulil be better still if prices were 10 or 73 percent higher because I jIt would greatly Increase the balance In our Jimir ami1 thus lighten the bur den of our debt That thertlllit priers referred to since 19it huts bent almost ertirf owing to the demonetization of silver amid the adoption of the gold standiiiil in seardy denied by a reputable nil ttfiiiity in the world Ileiicc the net was wrung sod It so It cannot be wrong to undo that wrong by restoring sliver to its former mone fury position Nay tuner It isnbsolntely essential for us to do MI The United Suues is a very rich and productive country but it is not rich enough to permanent Ily stand such a drain It means in the cud mtioiial bankruptcy and the pan perizing1 of the Industrial rusts Interestbearing debt is at the best a necessary evil It Is a direct ttax on productive industry mind huts ruined millions of industrious intelligeii1 men Hut when the debt and interest represent money tint Is rising ill value iIt is Infinitely worse becoming an InsupportableI burled under witch the debtor class Is doomed to financial anil 1 Industrial shn ct3ationali Himctai list 1IlIt Ilrpnhlleun Orgnul The only way In which William Jennings Hrynu can satisfy the republic an editors and politicians is to com mit suicide or betake himself to the iKlondike the north pole or equatorial Africa So long as he remainsI in this country he will be responsible for an epidemic of hysteria nod Insomnia In the party of moral Ideasatonly can be do nothing himself that will suit the administration organs but anyone who treats him with or dinary civility shares In the condemna lion that Iis being tired at him lien Miles for example Is getting it lintJ and heavy because he returned Col Hrymis call In Washington the Implication being that anyone who holds communication with Hrynu is neces snrlly n villain sued n traitor to the state tines of courbc Is already an athcnin marnnatha because he has blasphemed St Alger but he might have redeemed himself had he acted like n boor toward Mr Hrynn The latter gentleman will therefore see that by persisting in living he is not nrgaaIgrlndersI heIThat eminent patriot and states man Mark Haniia of Ohio has de elated In a published report of an in tervlew tint this war business is not going to cut much of a figure in the coming elections Mr llnnna has no polltlell or elsewhere In fact he IIs a novice Ilit f politics and inexperienced and was unknown as n politician until n couple of years ago It ic the common belief of the best informed and most astute political observers thnt thL war busi ness which spells Algorism cad the administrations indorsement of it lIs going to cut n very considerable figure in the coming elections PhilndelpVn Ledger jj i gH The Cost ef Freeing Cuba The United States are certainly entitled to retain pouell ion of the Philippine islands it thelcost of the war runs fnr into and the end lia not yet The money paid outreaches nn astonishing total To free the stomach liver bowels and blood of disease however is not inexpensive undertaking A few dollars invested in Hostellers Stomach litters will accomplish the task easily The poor as well as the rich can afford it The Pont of Knowledge Mr Dc Science The officers of the Smith sonian institution are having the chatter of monkeys photographed tit the hope that in time their language may bo understood withtthetaMrs DC ScienceIsnt that grand I hope theyll ask the monkeys the very first thing whether we are descended from them or uotN Y Weekly Ilavrnli anti the Philippine Send four cents in stamps for nn il lustrated booklet issued by the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway the direct route across the American Continent to the New TransPacific possessions of the United informations I and valuable for reference Can be used 111 a text book in school Address Ceo II Heafford Genl Pass and Ticket Agent Chicago III One Mnna Theory SheSo you dont think women will ever engineersHe prayThey e too much time hoMing I I crossingsChicagolivening Cure IJliPiimntUm with St Jacobs Oil Promptly Saves money 1 tlmuund suffering If mirrors portrayed us as others sec us we wouldnt use them Chicago Daily News Something very soothing in the use of 51 Jacobs Oil for Neuralgia Subdues and cures malieI Fall Medicine i Is Fully as Importantand Beneficial as Spring Medicine i Hooiis Sarsniiarilla Iis just till incdirine to keep tlio bliiiid riili raid pure create an appetite glove good diircsiion and tune anil strengthen the great vital orpins It wards nit malaria fevers nod other forms ofI illness which so readily overcome a weal and iluiiillluted system IlIIllII heri Hoods SarsaparillaI- s Americas Greatest IctlldlwII Hoods Pills euro mill to 31qr tentat t aCO- nkn60 ana of f Wk 1 1tI Ti MlTAtfSt leigaed d et fir Tit EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF Quolsimplicity buttowithwhich Itmanufactured by scientific p oytyer known to the CAIIFOnNIA 3 thatCotvaallandtruedingenuineby the CALIFORNIA Fm SYRUPtoglGS needassistpoorimitations andticsCeqreFonSIA 1ta VKUI Co with the otiM1 fort saUsCaI lrwinci bu tdldastheguannt and of the nlut b0 wol it acts the ITimothbowelsragedluggripelrsndmotnauseate In order to pet its to bin effects flstGodthe1ieservoir CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CONAN toons KUANC18CO CI sad thei the ORKII dtddrea 11VINC TEIMIED9tpof table fn SrlOT GUN 5HELUS thechl its of t tow a tau itU5EDBVALLTHEltMPiOV5llOT5 J tleftFOR 152 PAGtlLLUSTRMlD QTALOCUt CE 0U- WTICIII5TRRCPEATI Git1S opdsoaI ICOIwcMarrDArrGrwfwNAtled lk 1th brc 6brt w n oa of i Arrested I its 4ewl dear of r then adoforcc1 dt- f rs of pre Baill mos tx PLUGet1 ab- ttq 0 U He dont chew Battle Ax yet HonortU He looks it l Irenc drIgnorance startbutpie your misfortunenot a crimeand the only penalty is your loss in quanclamtity as well as quality when you buytchany other kind of Chewing Tobacco emember the name ftlt k when you buy again 4 ti rIIIU IDONTWORKUNLESS t I USEI i ceooeC GGEecec r y w- S CE OF WOMAN I fof ToDay Arc Better Those of the Past s i- eeoe for Good llas Nner sed TWoeth the Cost off tett4JIaa neon Count i srea Sermon i f- Ceatatlon of parental lain courtesies go by Dr 101- II the her sets forth grandmothersdiscoursing of the tITho one text is 11 Tim i 5- alfegped faith that is is thee dtlelt first in thy grandmother letter which Paul OFrefs pastoral minister Is writing to Timo minister tiro family butthe young is brought out Paul pracU Ich h Timothy what a good Nye other you had You ought to I Srthan most folks because sn jy was your mother good s11osrgrandmothcrwas good also T proceeding generations of piety actsg1P4 YoU a mighty push In the uP direction The fact was that ictneeded encouragement lIe rt1is poor health having a weak terhM and was a dyspeptic and e Clprosaribcd tor him n tonic a lit e lasee far thy stomachs salvenot ifawine but a little wine and only s dlcinc And if the wine then adulterated withteen as much analand strychnine as our modern would not have prescribed alitbe rTimothy not strong physically ralaraged spirltually by the recital eleaeai pndmotherly excellence Paul Dtohhn as I hint this day toe o that God sometimes gathers up as jrtservoir away back of the active o irttions of today a godly iullu and then in response to prayer 41t town the power upon children and children and greatgrandchll t The world is woefully in want i table of statistics in regard to J is the protractodness and im styof influence of one good worn I the chhrch and world We have its of how much evil has been ifht by a woman who lived dya hundred years ago and how many criminals her de i itats furnished for the penlten I jind the gallows and how many reds of thousands of dollars they our country in their arraignment prison support as well as the rty they burglarized and de led Hut will nut SONIC one come with brain comprehensive enough hut warm enough and pen keen lh to give us the facts in regard 1roe good woman of a hundred ago and let us know how ninny 6K men and women and reform ud useful people have been found f her descendants and how many lams and colleges and churches rbullt and how many millions of b at they contributed for human iin and Christian purposes it good women whose tombstones planted in the 118th century arc alive for good in the 11 th century they were before as the good an of this 10th century will be alive for good in the 20th con than now Mark you 1 have no uuytjean not get very old people to Imuchabouthow things were when were boys and girls They have J licence and a noncommittalism Jdi makes me think they feel them jutobe tho custodians of the rcpu 4aof their early comrades While dear old folks are rehearsing the tof the present if we put them the witness stand and cross exan them as to how things were 70 flapo the silence becomes oppress the celebrated Frenchman Vol nay- itid this country in 1705 anti he H of womans diet in those times hpremium was offered for a regil most destructive to health none W be devised more ofllcacious for ends than that in use among people That eclipses our lob EverybodyUtty and how womanly health goesi tu under it 1m tit was worse a fired years ago for the chaplain of Fltnchregimen in our rev lu lion RarWrote in 17S2 in his Hook of dean Women saying They Mall and well proportioned their stores arc generally regular theiri xions arc generally fair 4 without color At 20I longerfreshnessI are decrepit In 1812 a foreignl 1 wrote a book entitled A tehof the United States at the nenccraent of tho Present Cen z and he says of the women ofr tit times At the age of SO allI OnetaaeewomenIloadredr everheirbreathGa tbat the express rail train Is no jjjn improvement on the old coal 1 imk01ethentsj it tbo women of our day are an im rent on the women of the last teill Ie notwithstanding that those m sWere so much worse than ours i a glorious race of Godly Jenrs1io h f t i iT and lifted It withouttoneeJ301orethlswould kayo perished from the earth archseated hftocomeamany aped grand mothers They sometimes Ltheylitticc sometimes gets aching from the racket of tho grandchildren downstairs or in the themselvesby anddownithnnusedtohavotheeven when they deserve it and have so relaxed their ideas of family disci pline that they would spoil all the youngsters of the household by too great leniency These old folks are the resort when comeIand there is a calming and soothing power In the touch of an aged hand that is almost supernatural They thejourneJmore than they used to hardly knowing which most they enjoy the Old Testament or the New and often stop and dwell tearfully over the family record halfway between We hail them today whether in the house of God or at the homestead messed is that household that has in ita grandmother Lois Where she is angels are hovering around andGod is in the room May her last days be like thou lovely autumnal days that we call In dian summer Is it not time that you and I do two things swing open a picture gallery of the wrinkled faces and stooped shoulders of the past and call down from their Heavenly thrones the godly grandmothers to give them our thanks and then to persuade the mothers of today that they are living for nil time and that against the sides of every cradle in which a child is rocked beat the two eternitiesHere have tin untried undis cussed and unexplored subject You often hear about your intlnence upon your own children 1 am not talking about that What about your influence upon the twentieth century upon the thirtiethcentury upon the fortieth a century upon the year 2000 upon the year 1000 if the world lasts so long The world stood 4000 years before Christ came it is not unreasonable to suppose that it may stand 4000 years after his arrival Four thousand years the world gwung oil in sin 1000 years it may beswiiigliig back into right a eousness Ky the ordinary multipli a cation of the worlds population in a century your descendants will be over 1500 andlby two centuries over JOOOO and upon every one of them you tho mother of today will hfio an influ a ence for good or evil and if in four centuries your descendants shall have with their names filed a scroll of hun reds of thousands will sonic angel from Heaven to whom is given the capacity to calculate the number of the stars of heaven and the sands of the seashore step down and tell us how marry descendants you wilt have in the four thousandth year of the worlds possible continuance Do not let the grandmothers any long er think that they are retired and sit clear burl out of sight from the world feeling that they have no rotation to it The mothers of the last century are today in the person of their de scendants in the senates tho parlia ments tho palaces time pulpits the banking houses the professional chairs the prisons the almshouses the company of midnight brigands the cellars the ditchesof this century You have been thinking about tho import ante of having the right influence up on one nursery You intro been thinking of tho importance of getting those two little feet on the right path You have been thinking of your childs destiny for the next 80 years if it should pass on to be an octogenarian That is well but my subject sweeps a thousand years a million years qua drillion of years 1 can not stop at one cradle 1 am looking at the cradles that reach all around tho world and across all time I am not talking of Mother Eunice I am talking of Grandmother Lois The onlyway you can tell the force of a current is by sailing upstream or the force of an ocean wave by running the ship against it Running along with it we can not ap preciate the force In estimating material inlluence wo generally run along with it down the stream of time and so we dont un derstnnd the full force Let us come up to it from the eternity side after it has been working on for centuries and see all the good it has done and nil the evil it has accomplished multiplied in magnificent or appalling compound interest The difference between that mothers inlluence on her children now and time Influence when it has been multiplied in hundreds of thousands of difference between the r lives is the Mississippi river away up at time top of the continent starting from the little Lake Itasca seven miles long and ono wide and its mouth at the Gulf of Mexico where navies might ride Between tho birth of that river and its burial in the sea tho Mississlp In and the Ohio pours in andI pi pours in iand tho BedI the Arkansas pours and White and Yazoo rivers pour in be territoriesand all the states and and Rocky moun the Alleghenytween Now Incontributiontains make order to test the power of a mother in off the influence we nqed como u ct oceanof pthetributaries of influence pouring in and pouring ilown Hut it is after all one great river of power rolling on and rolling forever Who can fathom stopittheir example Had they not be rousing themselves with the that by their faithfulness or neglect they aro starting an influence which will bo stupendous after tho last mountain of earth is flat and the last sea has dried up and the fluke of the ashes of a consumed world shall have been blown away and all tho telescopes of other worlds ho directed to the track around which our world once swung shall discover not so much as a cinder of time burned down and swcptoff planet In Ceylon squarefeetnatives to decide time worlds continuance It An angel with robe spun from zephyrs is once a century to descend ho and sweep time hem of that robe across the granite mud when by that attn it Lion the column is worn away they say time will end Hut by that process that granite column would be worn out of existence before mothers influence will begin to give way If a mother tell a child if ho is not good some bugaboo will como and catch him the fear excited may make the child a coward and tho fact that he finds that there is no bugaboo may 11 make him a liar and time echo of that false alarm may be heard after 15 generations have been born and expired If a mother promises a child a reward for good behavior and after tho good behavior forgets to give tho reward the client nay crop out in sonic faithlessness half a thousand years further on If a mother cultivate a childs vanity and eulogize a his curls and extol the night binclc or skyblue or nutbrown of tho childs eyes and call out in his presence tho admiration of spectators undo and ar rogance may be prolonged after half a dozen family records have been oblit orated If a mother express doubt about some statement of the Holy Bible in a childs presence long after tho gates of this historic era have closed and the gates of another era have opened the result may bo seen in champion blasphemer lint on the other hand if a mother walking with a child sees a suffering one by tho wayside and says My child give that tencent piece to that lame boy time result tummy be seen on 11 the other side of tho following century in some George Muller building wholo village of orphanages If mother sits almost every evening by the trundle bed of a child and teach it hssilfts ofu Saviours love and a Saviours example of tho importance of truth und tho horror of In lie and time virtues of industry and kindness and sympathy and selfsacri lice long after the child has grove and the lettering on both tho tombstones shall have been washed out by tho storms of Innumerable winters there may be standing as a result of those trundlebed lessons naming evangels world nmoring reformers seraphic Sunimcrflelds weeping 1aysons thun Bering Whit tlFlds emancipating WashingtonsI Good or bad influence may skip one generation or two generations but it will be sure to land in time third or fourth generation just as the Ton Commandments speaking of the visi tation of God on families says nothing about the second generation but en tirely skips the second and speaks of tho third and fourth generation Visiting the iniquities of the fathers upon the third and fourth generation of them that hate me Parental in fluence right and wrong may jump over a generation but it will como down further on as sure as you sit there and I stand here Timothye ministry was projected by his grandmother Lois There aro men and women here the sons and daughters of the Christian church who are such as a result of tho consecration of greatgreatgrand mothcrs Whywimo do you think tho Lord Isl You talk as though his mum ory was weak lie can as easily re member a prayer offered live centuries ago as a prayer offered five minutes ago This explains what we often see some man or woman distinguished for benevolence when tho father and mother were distinguished for penu riousness or you see somo young man or woman with a bad father and a hard mother come out glorious 1 ly for Christ and make the church sob and shout and sing under their exhor tations Wo stand in corners of the vestry and whisper over the matter and say How is this such great piety in sons and daughters of such par ental wordllness and sin I will ex plain it to you if you will fetch mo the old family Bible containing the full record Let some septuagenarian look with me clear upon tho page of births and marriages and tell me who that woman was with tho ohl fashioned name of Jemima or Betsy or Mahltabel Ah there she is tho old grandmother or great grnndmothcr who had enough religion to saturate a century There she Ir dear old soul Grand mother Lois In beautiful Greenwood cemetery there is tho resting place of George W Ilethune once a minister of Brooklyn Heights his namo never spoken among intelligent Americans without suggciting two things elo quence and evangelism In the same tomb sleeps his grandmother Isabella Graham who was the chief inspiration of his ministry You are not surpris ed at the poetry and rathos and pul y- n c r power of the grandson when ypa of tho faith and devotion of his wonderful ancostress When you read this letter in which aho poured out her widowed soul in longings for a sons salvation you will not wonder that succeeding generations have boon blessed NKW Yomc May SO 17V1 This day my only son left me in bitter wrlthings of heart ho is again launched on the ocean Gods ocean 7ho Lord saved him from shipwreck brought him to my home and allowed mo once more to indulge my affections over him Ho has been with mo but a short time and ill have improved it has gone from mr sight and my heart bursts with tumultuous grief Lord have mercy on time widows SOI1t tho only son of his mother I ask nothing in all this world lorI him I repeat my petition Save his soul alive give him salvation from sin is not tho danger of the seas thatJ distresses me it is not the hardships must undergo it is not time dread of never seeing him more in this world is because I can not discern tho ful fillment of the promise in him I cannot discern tho now birth nor its fruit but every symptom of captivity to Satan tho world and selfwill This this is what distresses me and in connection with this his being shut out from ordinances at a distance from Christians shut up with those who forget God profane Is name and break Ills Sabbath menJwho often live and the like beasts JetII are accountable creatures who must answer for every moment of time audII every word thought and action 0II Lord many wonders hast Thou shown me Thy ways of dealing with me and i mine have not been common ones add this wonder to tho rest Call convert regenerate and establish sailor in tho faith Lord all I timings aro possible with Thee lorifyl Thy Son and extend ills kingdom by sea and land take tho prey from time strong I roll him over upon theoII Many friends try to comfort me mitts erable comforters aro they all Thou art tho God of consolation only con I firma to me Thy precious word on I which Thou causest mo to hope In the day when Thou saidst to mo Loavo thy fatherless children I will preserve I them alive Only let this lifo bo n spiritual life and I put a Mask In Thy + land as to all temporal thlngsJff I wait for salvation Amen q With such a grandmother would you not have a right to expect a OeoruII Kethune And all time thousands converted through his ministry may date the saving power buck to Isabella rnhamtt ITEMS OF INTEREST I Tin value of tho annual plum cropff Franco Is SJOOOOOO- MONTIICAI retail drillers in novelties fancy goods etc protest against wholesalers selling at retail t KNOIANII is tho only country whorl members of parliament aro not only unpaid hut have no special rights or I privileges TUB Kmpross Eugenia is still at Fariisborough and though in fairly good health rarely walks at nil except in her garden and with tho nut of u crutch GKN WooDFonn who has resigned the otllce of Minister to Spain ways tho position has been a losing ono to him financially And that without court expenses to pay at Madrid SAITIIOH s per oral reputation is lm proved by the poem recently discovered in somo Kgyptlan papyri and pub lished by Gronfcll and Hume In itIshe scolds her brother for his relation with an Egyptian slave A KIOWKU known as the laughing plant which grows in Arabia is tHII called because its seeds produce effects like thoso produced by laughing gas The flowers are of a bright yellow while time seeds resemble small black beans DIL PAUL GOLDMAN declares thatII Chin mneu make tho most obedient Industrious and trustworthy of sailors judging by his experiences on Oriental vessels Many of them have at homo time belonged to tho crews of pirate ships on which discipline is specially strict Till bottom of the Pacific between Hawaii and California is said to bo so lovel that a railroad could be laid for 500 miles without grading anywhere This fact was discovered by tho United states surveying vessel engaged in making soundings with a view of lay Ing a cable Tux otter is tho fastest swimming quadruped known In tho water it exhibits an astonishing agility swlm mlng In a nearly horizontal position with time grcatcstoasc diving anti dart- Ing along beneath the surface with a speed equal if not superior to that of mahy fishes GKOUOK CtAiiic of Morrlams Corner near Concord Mass was plowing tho other day and glancing over his shoul der at the upturned furrows saw something glistening in time sun It proved to bs a sixpence of 1052 u splendid specimen of time raro pine tree currency the first coinage of Now England TUB 5000 given in trust by Dcnja mln Franklin in 1700 to help worthy apprentices and for other public objects in 7toston now amounts to S500 BOO and has been decided to be at time disposal of tho city A difference of opinion exists as to its proper use One proposition is to spend it in build ing trade schools this being in lino with Franklins intcutOJ J- Y i r fill I GQLDAND sLviWy fT1 The Sliver Dollar Is aa lnuteritilt- Iaaeler in Owe JflMftBGlnf j HI G Traaaaulloari r The products of manufactbrlcs la tt the Wilted States according to Mr lMulhall are onehalf us much as those f the balance of the world being au uually 7215000000 while those of the satire world are 370000000 The n gentleman iron Maine Mr teed now speaker of this house In a speech oeforc Unit body on February 1 1804 referring to the manufacturing inter mits of this country said I do not ouch nor can anyone vouch for these ligurcs but the proportion of one d third to twothirds nobody can forc bly dispute We produce onethird and the rest of the world England in eluded twothirds The population the world is 1300000000 of which we have 70000000 which leaves 1400 IOU for the rent of mankind We use ill our manufactures or the equivalent 3f them Hence we are equal to one wlf the whole globe outside of our selves Kugland included told com p pared as a market with tho rest of the world our population IB equal to 700 JOOOOO With such nn array of facts and figures who can doubt that this na lion In commerce mining and manu factures and agriculture Is equal tout least onefourth if nut omie third of the nations of time world With a power mural such a force Is It possible that we are too weak to estab fish a financial policy of our own V U has been estimated that there arc bet WlI1I i oxoooo Ho and oooooooooo i lung tinier Indebtedness consisting of national state county city and corporation hands and Individual promissory uotes owed In this nation one Imalf of this is payable hi law ful money of time United states Un der free coinage silver dollars become legal tender for the payment of nil that 10000000000 or 15000000000 of lebt It1M a principle nIHIIIlllln null political economy tint 1ll one dollar in cheaper than another all the lawful obligation payable In lawful money will be pull In the cheaper dol lar mud thus If silver should ever go to- I llsconit compared with gold there tould he an enormous demand created for silver by the debtors who owe time 10000000000 or 15000000000 With nu3h an enormous demand upon tho limitedl ttutlhyof silver available for coinage is It possible that anyone it oiilil part with silver at an apprecia Isle discount You must remember that this silver dollarI Is not only a legal tender for the payment of pri mutt dcbtc hat It IIK nlho a legal tender fur tit discharge of state county acid- cty1axcstvlihelm uggregmtlcnbnut t 300 000000 a year It IIs a legal tender for the payment of nil Import hit ion in ternal revenue duties and postage dues for till national government and you must remember that the rational government raises by those duties the enormous mm of almost 500000000 a year JOHV F SlfAIROTH REMONETIZATION OF SILVER Iht NVocMMlly of IIHnurlii Out Krv- ernljiiui IN Mur Ai ntoi t Iluiii Ivor Kcpuhllcans who are extremely anx ICIIH to convince time 1people that silver sentiment is dead are saying tint events have changed the conditions slice ISM In what direction have time conditions been changed Is the oppression of the people because of the gold stand cord relaxed In any dvgrccV Are time prices of reid estate advanced has the farmer experienced nay benefits nut brought about by foreign causes such us the famine In India and the short crop of wheat abroad I As a matter of fact the nieesBltj of bringing alxnit tin free coinage of sil ver at the ratio of sixteen to Use Is more apparent today than ever And as another matter of fart there are more people today In the United States who favor such a change than there were In 1800 Mown south time sliver question Is very much alive hut not more so than In the west anti northwest So far as labor is concerned the conditions mute such liS to demand the rcinnnctlatJon of silver In this connection the At lanta Constitution IIOJfi In certain classes of labor the cot ton operatives of New England wages are In some instances below the pauper labor of Europe A gold standard ad vocato will either not admit this or be will say that It IK not a serious mat ter but It Is a very serious matter Indeed 13 cutting off n part of our money supply we have suffocated de 4 mand In our home market J To remedy this we have reduced wages to the European pauper level in order that we unity compete with the products of this pauper labor In Its own natural markets Can that which gives the whip hand to misery poverty oils tress and degradation in this country be culled u grcnt victory for American i trade 1 Nj No Indeed niler sentiment is notf dead nor have events changed the con ditions since 1800 The monetary ques tion is the great Issue of today and wail continue to be time great issue until It is settled and settled right Chicago Dispatch rrfi j tY x h N Lff SwY 40t WOW COjnTCT 0LACY GREEK LINKS Judge Puckett hw Mowed to W O rerkioa Jobn Henry bought four steer calves of M F Sally for t68 W f Perkins bought 100 bushels of corn from a Mr Khld at 12 cenU S H Wilson traded a watch to Horny Hounshell for a cnlf and gut 1C to boot MiBsMagglo Buclmnnn of Stllltvnlo was visiting on this side ono dny lost vrcck Turkey buyers were on this creek lnst week offering 4 cents n pound for fowls on foot Undo Dob Goodwin of Oklahoma 1 In company with Hcndri Kelly visile relatives nnd frlcnda in these jrnrtH n tow days Inrt work C S tJamplea was visiting his father and mother on Blnckwntor one dny lnst week and was accompanied home by John Henry and wife F A SIOCUM Women Should Know It Many women BiilIiT untold agony anti misery becuime the nature of their disease Is not currently uiHlorxtimcl They have been led lo btlievo that womb trouble or female weakness of uome cortjs rcapon hiblo for the many ills that beset woman kind Nouralgea nervousness headache pulpy or dark circles antlerI the eyes rlicnrratimi a dragging pain or lull ache in the lback weakness or bearing down sensation profuse or scanty supply of urine with strong odor frequent dcuin to pass it with scalding or burning Henna tion sediment in it niter ilnmling In bottle or common plasH for 21 hours are signs of kidney nnd bladder trouble The ubovu vymptniiis are often attrib 11 ted by the patient hnself or by her physician to female weakness or wonil trouble Hence HO many fail to obtain relief bectUHi they are treating not the disease itself but a reflection of the pri inary cause which is kidney trouble In feet women ilK well as men art tnndo miserable with kidney and bladdci trouble nnd both need the same remedy Dr Kilmern Swamp toot IH the great discovery of the eminent kidney anti bladder specialist and is easy to get lit any drug store for 50 cents or 1 mnyhnoabout it both sent absolutely free by mail Kindly mention lilt HAKI OrKKX HlHAll and send your address to Dr Kilmer t Co UinglmmptonNY MORGAN COUNTY MAYTOWN MISSIVES Mrs James Hughes remains very sick Miss Lillian Patrick Iis still improving nov Kvcrsolo preached at this piece last Sunday Mrs Sarah Wills went to Catronr store Monday- Dr It K May and wifo visited West liberty last week C F Kash was in town last week re pairing his wagon Dug Day of Ml Sterling passed thro here Monday on a hunting expedition Died on Thursday night lust infant child of Mr and Mrs William Patrick The remains were taken to Lee City fur burial Mr and Mrs Uicliie left last week for n visitI to his father mad mother in Floyd county returning Tuesday and report a plcasnut time Mr Jordan Wills went to ne her son ejInlaw Heiskel Sully of Lucy creek who has been very sick and also visited her daughters at and near Hazel Green returning Monday It was our pleasure to attend time re ception given in honor of liov Loo and his new wifo at Mrs mien SWHIICOH lost Friday and to say we enjoyed it would be mildly putting it On last Sunday the IRlli at time home of 11 A ChiMer his wife children two sonsin law sister and grandchildren gave him n delightful birthday greeting by their presence at a auriptuotia feast It being his lath amid his little daughter Oracles 3rd anniversary Roth on time 11 h of tho month nnd she his 13th child Mosdamos Kvelino Little mug steer and Caroline Ill It wore also pres ent Mrs K A Childers invited the youth folks In too beanhulling Saturday night and tho following attended Missc Nan nie Day Lila Oakley Mary Hlnckwell Lucy and Lizzie Phelps Cnllio nod Fro nln Nell Llrzle and Minnie Henry Sally i Lyons Lola and Dora Young and Annie Patrick Messrs Claude Day Morton Plcratt Estlll Clark Otlll Young Law renee Herbert and Arby Gambill Jen Oakley nod Lenox Swnngo After they were dono tho beans they were entertain ed with some very nico music on the organ by Miss Minnie Day after which they all departed to their homes 1 s MIZE MITES Frank Oldfleld has gone to Jackson to engage 100 fat hogs Mrs Nannie Haulsoy is recovering from her recent tilDe Mrs Luella Oldfleld and baby are via sting her father this week The widow of the late Jack Howard Is visiting tho family of John A Oldfield Mrs Martha Ayers widow of the late Wm Ayres is slowly improving after ia protracted illness There will be an entertainment at the Long Branch on Thanksgiving Day and dinner on the ground Misses Lula anti Calah Wells and Al vin Oldfield and Mort Wilson visited in this neighborhood Sunday Rev Mr Nelson preached at tin Chapel yesterday Sunday to n largo crowd of interested people Leo Rose mid sister Miss Mary gave a corn husking nnd quilting lust Wed nesday to their young friends and Aunt Betsy gave them a big dinner At night they enjoyed themselves at the homo of Qranvillo Mays until about 12 oclock Miss Ida Oldfield of Mize had for her guests Sunday Misses Lizzie CasVcy Liz zie McKinzlc Hester and Mary Bishop Nnnnio Fields Lillio Havens Edlo McClure nnd Messrs Win II cllusk Joe Leo Oldfield Leroy Hancy Wllllo Henry Dial Jones and Sinn Taylor They nil report a must enjoyable time Rcpubllsbed byIlcqueslj Tributes to Mrs Fanny Crayon Wo inadvertently hailed to mention the death of MM John W Craven widen occurred on the lilt hint at her homo It Oornwell Menefcn county She was a most estimable lady and during a residence covering several voara at this placi rondo n host of friends by her exemplary Christian life Her husband and children have the ymlJlthIIf the people of all this bereavement together with Tin IlKitun household fur they indeed have lost heavily the former n noble wife and the latter n loving mother Hazel Green Herald Sept 22 IStS Mrt Fanny Criivon On September 1st it pleased time Lord to call up higher Mrs Fanny Craven wife of John W Craven of llothwcll Mrs Craven was n member of tho Chris tian church at this place and lived a consistent Christian life She was n pood wife n loving mother and kind neighbor Oui loss IsI surely her eternal gain wad wo sorrow not as those who have no hope To the bereaved husband mid children wo can she hath only gone on onlyflnr before I welcome you there She is at rest in time Fathers house where there are many mansion You must look unto ftlOtiwhl will strengthen you Look behind time cloud tho sun is still shining Oh death where iis thy sting Oh death where is thy victory Tlmnkft bo to God who piveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ Win H Cord in Hazel Green Herald Oct 6 1898 A H Stamper E4q of Campion was here on professional business Saturday Rah rrrcn KKIThe Leading Specialists of America I 20 YEARS IN OHIOI 250000 CURED WECURE EMISSIONS Nothing rim lio morn demoralizing tor lrt1I1nco1 produce weakness nrrvnu nr i n frellmt P nyulptouwThey fl k lifo nnd social lmt inv Nn matter Ij whether caused hy evil hablU In youth imtuml wonlcneM or roxucl ixcum1 our Now 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HOOKS FIIKE CHAUOES JIOiERATI tf IMhll to call wdto- fora onS1tO4 BLANK for lIUME L lItEr UN- lDRS KENNEDYS KERGAN 122 W FOURTH ST CINCINNATI O KK1 KK K tl rr 0 Ayers I I + stJ If I CherryPeotoral I is not to be confounded with any of the cheap elixirs and cough Such remedies so called simplysoothe the sufferer syrups palliatives They never touch the root of the dis They are mere ease or cure a chronic cough Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral is a realremedy it is the prescription of a practical physician not the preparation of an irresponsible medicine maker t III Cures La and all colds coughs and lung diseases Its a standard and a staple remedy and should be kept on hand in every household r About a year ago I had an attack of bronchitis accompanied bya dry hacking cough This soon developed into quick consumption I hail heard of the curative properties of Ayers Cherry Pectoral and commenced using that medicine at once Before I had taken oncthitil of a bottle I felt letter and in a short time I was entirely cured W A COKER Allis Ark U I caught a bad coldwhich resulted in asthma so severe that I was threatened with suffocation whenever I attempted lie down in bed A friend recommending Ayers Cherry Pectoral I began take it nod soon obtained rchefand finally was com pletely cured Since then I have toed this medicine in my family with great success for colds coughs and croup S UTTER Editor Rolink Stevens Point Wit U I contracted severe cold which settled my lungs and did not yield to the various remedies I tried I had noticed Aycrs Cherry Pectoral extensively advertised where I had traveled and decided to give it a trial I purchased two bottles and before I hall finished the first one I was almost cured and I am now in perfect health My work subjects me very severe weather but I find that a timely du c of Ayers Cherry Pectoral acts as a preventive against colds and coughsI CIIAS HULL Whortlcy Road London Ont fSome time since I had a severe cold and could not sleep on account of coughing A friend at Wan Rurcn Ark rccom mended Ayer Chcrry Pectoral I procured a bottle andnever had anything afford me such quirk relief or a more permanent cute j R WRIGHT Cluster Ark Price 100 Ml size If lIes Ml price 50C For sale by all Druggists and Concral Dealers eon ARE YOU A DEMOCRAT I placed1 I boIevery I DEMOCRAT In tho SUNNY SOUTH Thu Dispatch Is the peoples paper owned hyI the people and Is always ready to fight for tho cause of the people IT STANDS SQUARELY ON TUB CHICAGO ILAT FORM without the old or consent of the Gold Dug Monopolies and a fair compar of Its news service now being fur 118011 over leased wires by tho New York tho Chicago Inter Ocean and the I l oflI ttsIMotto If you see It In tho Dispatch Its I Dispatchj The Dispatch also has n staff of overI 300 active correspondents the South and I will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE 1 THAN DOUBLE TilE SOUTHERN NEWS I of any other Loulsvlllo paper Get tho Dispatch It gives the news nnd tells the truth about It iI Dally S pages Sunday 21 paM Weekly 8 pages We club with the Weekly II Dispatch at the remarkably low price of j jtI t f f1 t1lW1 M innEFt i r tUltt WINCHESTER KY K H WITIIEUSrOON President It D HUNTER Cashier I Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000T- hisI Bank solicits the accounts of mer chant farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its customers every facility ana the mostllberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking oct8ly U I I6roncbilis Asthma croup Grippe Whooping cough to to on to In EOm 1 i SLEi Desiring to close out my business at this place I other for sale all of my Blacksmith Carriage and WoodWorkers Tools consisting of the latest models Also Ma thebestTwo Saddle and Harness Horses GOOD ONES aged 5 nail 0 years and per FlrslIn1IOtSEII0g1FORNITU xr1arties In need of anyof the above can onJOHN Ky mllm WA Glllllm J1 lli S S R S Ilcrlllallclltellrc11 Belie and 01IlnllnlIK1 FreeTj you paper is mentioned The hendnchcsareGJ frequent M be oIdlbmalldruggists The Dr Whitehall Meg Co SOUTH BEND IND wO LOC T- MJDENTISTi EZEL KY GoldfUfinWill be at Hazel Green Monday Dec 5 und remain one week Charges reasonable o HAZEL GREEN AGADEMY Tho Cheapest and Best School in Eastern Kentucky The present session opened MONDAY SEPT 598 Tho Instruction is thorough Tho discipline is tho best The expense is tho lowest j3rScml for catalog of particulars WM H CORD Hazel Green Ky Jsi rTiLx3c it De Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY aeSurgerv and obstetrics n specialty I SILAS B KASH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Office at residence nod calls answered al all hours Obstetrics a specialty OItIX A RASH R ATTORNEYatLAWHAZEL Will practice In the courts of Wolfe and the adjoining counties and attend promptlyto all collections entrusted to him jv J