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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 J 1 k tIE IIAZL3L GRI3EN HERALDEstablished March 4 1885 oTMado Famous in tho Story Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 1 cE z coorEli paver and Ldltor The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper In the Kentucky Mountains 100 YEAR= r FOURTEENTH m YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 1 1808 NUMBER 85 = J BARTER1 DRY COMPANY GOODS IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN mT iD AND NOTIONS LOUISVILLE KY Reference J Tnylor Dny Hnzel Green GjikI SONS- WHOLESALE 1f 1 lllfiDO J iit IH5 W MAIN STREET LoUJSrXJrir4 Ie r MENDELI GOSLING IN 5 CO j HATS CAPS STRAWJ GOODS 1 r Gloves Umbrellas 11 821 and 620 W Main St KYl1 B SQnttIokvortn Oo JIASVFACTCnEIUJ AND JOBBERS OP i k GCHItI i 607 West Main Street r f LOUISVILLE KY i wiia e a= Jeans Kersey C and Salts Corduroy Pants DUCK COATSA- re acknowledged to be Superior to any t produced Sizes guaranteed us marked tFSOLD BY J TAYLOR DAY HAZEL GREEN KY JM ROBINSON NORTON CO i LOUISVILLE KY OLD RELIABLE i HUGHES TONtOI Cures SURE Chills 50c SlOO Bottles Druggists Havo It IMPROVEDTASTE PLEASANT I RobinsonPettett Co ioSnlSrltvI a BODE HARDWARE COMPANY S WHOLESALE- r HARDWARE Qzata GQtfirCINCINNATI O Reference J Taylor hay Hnzel Green 11 3FEBHKIJ IJ t Q Irt 1657 Race St 1 i 1 1UL CINCINNATI The loading houso for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING GOODS and r NOTIONS Always have BIG Drives IW8pecial attention to Mail Orders DYES WISE RflIOBE IMIOrTKUS AND J01IDKUS OF FURNISHING GOODS HOSIERY fUnderwear White Goods NOTIONS FANCY DRY GOODS 225227 Race Std 111 isiCn1CenCiNCiNNAT1I A S xz t Manufacturers and Jobbers of BOOTS SHOES 5 RUBBERSN- O 3 W PEARL STREET CINCINNATI I 0 WUTI NOTEnEADSEnrelope Cataloguestalec prlstett at HERALD I i i st GENERAL NEWS Tho anticigarotto law passed by beendeclared byLICUtCubnfordutyInSecretary construction havodeclinedmagazine article Ho said ho was too busy hnsbooncommission at tho Brooklyn navy yard today Liliuo nina tho deposed Queen of HtH aii is expected boon to reach Washington in hopo of securing annuity from congress The farmers of Greenville township Floyd county Ind have or personhuntingThe Bannock Indians are reported to bo illegally killing game and Batting fire to forests in the To ton mountains in Wyoming countyIndthe Hessian fly is in their wheat and doing groat damntte It is belioved that tho contest of tho seat ot Brigham H Kolxrts congressmanelect from Utah will go against him because ho is a polygamist Col Bryan of tho 3rd Nebraska regiment has secured an additional 10 days leave of absence on account of sickness and will remain in Lin coln until Dec 4- A fhitrf in Now York stolo a wo mans purse and put in her pocket a crystal which appeared to bo glass but which a jeweler pronounced a diamond worth ijSOO At its own expense tho Columbia Mo Herald will erect on 100 miles of wagon road loading into Columbia sign posts indicating di rection Cud distances At tho War Department there seems to bo an impression that not nearly so many troops will 1 bo need ed in Cuba as was designated in a general order some timo ago Attorney General Griggs has do cidod tint a porsonmayllraw mon oy on a check without a stamp provided the check is payable to himself from his own funds on deposit in tho hank in question Rear Admiral Joseph N Miller who hoisted tho American flag over Hawaii August 12 last was placed on tho rotired list Nov 22 after spending 47 years in active sorvico 20 years of which were passed at sea At Portsmouth 0 Gen W For guson a quarryman mistook blast ing powder for coal and tried to build a firo with it Two children were killed Ferguson was terribly burned and othor mombor of tho family seriously hurt Capt Gen Blanco constantly ox presses Loon regret at having to surrender Cuba while ho has 150 000 soldiors and 200 guns thorn His ambition has boon to go down in history as the dofondor of Ha vana during a long and bloody siege Ratty Green said to bo tho rich ost woman in America who has boots living apart from her husband for 10 years is reported to bo again reconciled to him on account of his serious illness Green was at ono timo a reckless Wall street speculator and known as Spend thrift Groon Gold Bible hill the mound where Joseph Smith tho founder of tho Mormon faith claims to have dug upunder divine diroctioll the gold on plates on which were inscribed tho Mormon Bible is situated on tho farm of Admiral Sampson near Palmyra NY Tho Mormons tried to buy tho mound in 1803 to erect upon it a memorial chapel but tho admiral refused to sell Several letters in the Interest of candidates for auditor haye reached us lately iC THE CANARY CHIRPS AGAIN And Slugs a Song In Clarion Notes for the Edification of tho Wouldbe Cliity Candidate Busnrox ILL Nov 15 1898 Editor HKRALD After glancing over tho introduction and discussion of Mr Mannins letter I like the boy who was kicked in tho front part of the back by a rofrnc tory Rube suddonly arrived at the conclusion that I had nothing moro to say But Mr Mannin in his conclu sion intimated that woro I not afraid 1 would reply to tho absurdities contained in his letter told ostensibly aimed at tho Canny of Illinois Understand in the beginning 1 am a Kentuckian by birth a Kon tuckian by education and a Koi tuckiun on principal j and far bo it for mo to make ono blot on the fair escutcheon of Kentuckys fame 1um proud of my birthplace proud of tho noble hearted men and pretty women of my native state and most of tall have I cause to bo thankful that I was blessed with tho protecting care of a Chris I tine mother and a Democratic fa thor i undo though not blessed with an abundance of worldly wealth nod raised in pomp mid splon jdtrthrJrrslho gnnlloman from Clift intimates still T havo managed to exist in n way But as 1 have said 1 am happy indeed to claim Ken tucky as my birthplace and as tho gentleman seems to think I east fiomo reflections of a doubt ful character on either tho country or its people I would beg leave to disa buso his mind of such thoughts onco and forever I therefore ac I opt your challenge to reply and as Crittonden said to tho Spanish tyrant so 1say to you A Kon tuckan knools to none but God And shall answer you though you eat mo Tho remark that tho Canary had sung itself quite out of tune was a grand mistake either of pen or mind The plumage of the Canary is still unrulllod and wore it otherwise tho shot firod from a gun of so small calibro und loaded only with mountain air would have no visible effect upon tho constitution of ovon a tondor canary As to tho gentleman bo ing clothed in tho armor of a just cause I never doubted it But does it necessarily follow that I am wrong because ho is right That ho is legislative timbor I have not tho least doubt But I doubt und I have no fear of successful contradiction that Mr Mannin could successfully land in a race for representative in Eastern Kon tuck or Clifty either I so ox prossod mysolf in my letter Not with a view of raising a scrap through tho columns of TUB II BK Ain but only as a word of advico to a madly ambitious young politician who Caesar like will not heed tho warning of tho Roman seor But somo day whoa tho Ru bicon is crossod when Waterloo is lost or perhaps later on somo de sorted islo tho gentleman may ro member tho chirup of tho canary and think with sorrow of what might have beon for you must keep in mind tho remark of Jewel Politics is h anyhow Ho says I como to defend myself quito right But as ho was not assailed in any mannor tho idea is absurd Time only ro mark I made that could grate harshly on tho sensitive ears of Mr lion Rep was that ho was no log islative fact Ho has not as yet proved anything to tho contrary When ho doos ho will giyo mo an opening to bring up my side of tho question and allow mo to say in conclusion when you roach tho top rung of tho ladder dont think for an instant that I am following but if you wish to see tho Canary look aloft and again my dear boy lot not your heart trouble you in regard to my voto as I shall lose no sloop on account of my anxiety to voto for you As to your ambition I think it very commendable But dont lot your i judgmontDoforo well I am up to snuff Very rospectfully EDWAHD 0 TAULHEE Christmas Presents for tho Poor purchnsingdowho because of thoir poverty are unable to do any shopping either for themselves or for others ad vises Frances E Lanigan in tho December Ladies Homo Journal Lot your presents to thom ho of a substantial character a ton of coal some warm clothing some money a box of groceries or a hns ket of Christmas marketing topped with a bunch of holly And to tho litth children in whoso homes Christmas is littlo moro than a ninnybrightinexpensive i somo candy sonn fruit bright red woolen mittens and Tarn 0 Shanters and if you can afford it 801110 good stout shoos and warm stockings A piece of brightcolored plaid will make a pretty gift for time littlo girl who lias never perhaps hud a now dress in hor life Accompany your Christmas presontwit somo cheery Christmas greetings und somo Christmas greens Bo very sure that this thoughtfulness will firing its own reward and that in tho years to como tho memory of the Christmas when you gave most and received least will bo tho happiest of all memories to you A Certain Cure for non Cholera Hog cholera hUH cost American farmers millions of dollars annu ally limo loss to Iowa alone in 1810 is estimated at 15000000 IFor two years tho department of expOrintonling effective cure which is now believ ed to have been found A horse or cow is givon repealed injections of the blood ofIt cholera diseased hog Tho horse or cow sickons but recovers and becomes cholera proof The serum obtained from tho blood of tho horse or cow is then used to rondor hogs cholera proof and to cure thono affected Valuable Property For Salo Residence in V5nchostor 11 rooms lot 00x210 in best part of town stable ttc Magnificent proporty Price 5500 Address or call on TI M Morrow Winches tor or Jackson rMothers p Sfl 1 rpnri discom- fortsI and dangers of- childbirthcall be almost entirely J avoided- witteofCartlui relieves ex pcctant moth crs It gives tone to the gcn italorgnnsand puts them in condition to do their work perfectly That makes preg nancy less painful shortens labor and hastens recovery after childbirth It helps n woman bear ctroug healthy children Wirduhas thousands of homes barren for oftenbringejoyfor n darling baby No woman should neglect to try it for this trouble It cures nine mess out of ten All druggists sell Wine of Cardui 100 per bottle For idvlca In eases requiring ipeelil rymptomllthePpartmentTheOOp Tena Mrs WUIU HALl orJeflerfonC iayij When I nut took Wino of Cardui we had been married tbrao you but could not hue any children klne mouths liter I bad a ane girl baby 4rH 1 LETCHER COUNTY LACONICS rAn Interesting Budget ot Newsy Tli t BUs About the Affairs ot That Section of the Country SKIKIKXT KY Nov 22 1808 Editor spaceforty so horo goes courthOllso husUinghnssoatllllosburgJuflqu L Webb ngod 70 yours a old1Vebbono of our pioneora is slightly in umil is as follows Lotty ngod 84 i Polly aged S2 i Jason aged 70 Miles aged 70 i Sally aged 74 and Wi ley aged 72 All six brothers and sisters reside within a short dist ance of thoir birthplace lion John D White indopond ont candidate for congress from this time EleventhJ district and tho ntnjority yet Horeing received a very largo majority in the district Our peo ple of tho grand old Eleventh should have stood firm for Whito and given him tho olllco Ho has always boon for tho rights of hm followmon Iho November term of Lotchor circuit court convenes Monday at WhitoHburg There is not a mur der case on the docket which is n remarkably good showing for a pi oneer border county What ono in tho blue grass can excel Lotoh ors record Revenue oflicers headed by Sam Wright and James Bradley made a raid on tho moonshines nOIr horo Saturday und succeeded in cutting up five illicit mountaindew fix tures None of tho shiners woro rested God grant may tho good work go on till the still loud shriek of tho desperate shiner bo hoard no moro throughout our peaceful mountain haunts Then and only thou will sweot poaco rogn su premo So mote it bo SuperintorHlellt Evorsolo to Miss Qrablo of Virginia your scriho joining in tho longImpylifes fitful ocean Roland is to bo congratulated upon capturing such a lovely flower to shod its fra journeystown1110 Sergont public school con ducted by Prof J S Pondloton an able instructor will close Doo 0 and givo n splendid entertain mont Tho Whitosburg school undor tho management of Prof J A Webb will close at same timo and give nn exhibition DowoyVnJordan Sturgill an old citizen of Viso county in tho 87th yoar offhis Ho loaves f ago a largo 2on 1 courso of relatives and friends to mourn his sad sad domino Yot wo mourn not aa those without hope James P Webb ono of our most promising youngsters is slowly ro covering from a paralytic stroko rncniiriul nlimif fvin ogoWobe out Tho weather horo is real nico for tho timo of your Christmas will soon bo horo when all hearts will bo morry once moro W B Webb your wouldbo cor Whitosburgtoday up tho river Tho timber concern on Millstone baokingitA fino lot of logs are now lying on tho banks of tho North fork TUB HKHALD would bo a thrica welcome visitor Shall I receive i it for an occasional contribution f W B W Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhm Remedy can always bo depended totakSOld 1 x- a f 1 THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER PnblUber HAZEL GREEN t t KY A SYMPHONY L4tU maid LIttle maid I J heard ourTolet calling Away back in the rears of rajr boyhood + i first dreams It sang In tbe lisp of the nr waters faHlar la sundimpled ripples In wild woodland streams It piped In the call of the bird of tM meadows And laughed in the lilt of the bird on the wins It lurked in the drowsily whlp risjf shadow Ot green arbored summer and Heat hearted spring And then maid of mine when myt4ybodd- eparted And Its dreaminrs rare plate to the bright quests of youth I still beard the eaU af my JeTte tesrf r- bearted Far up an the pathway of prgtesa aarf t truth j It is well tbat at last jtm are sttttec teslde me set UuJJt tM laFeara I bud kaawa I Jljr your t That daf side a piaetII That ton 11Mtt your dear face Thy tay ttat I met yew asst wva yes tkwwtag That yerlee 1st my beats was my- rbtldboods ent acAnd Is that oag la toy earl 4ear st lenII A Wetnlsir tftrII n1 sad wmsag- Little maid little ml nay I lar 7Mr voice ealnag- Away dwa tide bills aad the Tales tkyear May Its sent on niT heart tI aL t adertyf- aUlaR ji When 11ee journey fade Is the u- Chlesglteeord tarat lWTII An Army Wife BY CAPTAIN CHARLES KING tcnrtotM ttgl by F TfrAMC SftyJ SYNOPSIS Chapter I Fannie Mclan a young widow Is Inviiwl to vMIt th rxrton at Fort Berwick lIr ttr ttVn to 4ItIt tuuiU her a Itaadolph Merriam wbow atte hall niHl for old Mciaaaad his bride aretatlonl thre Chapter II Kannlo MrLaa s wedding dattee family fllnJ A fw month+ latr I she While irdvrllnc with hr husband Ii meet Merriam on hill wMiillnr trip I Cliaptir 111Rome time prr 10111 to the Mtrrlwi hail nune nn u gevfrnmm cur- tey fallnn Hi and had Ueen nunnd b1n Trvmalnn anti daughter Horene A haIII notes from Mr Mrlanwn siotwan him to thr to Mrrrtam Chopttr Parry u I 116lnII tirothrrlrflaw of Mm Mcl inr Itntly i aIe Mrrrlurn to swoon He IA tnkon to the Trcmalnes calU tor Honnc CliapUr V KncaKtmrnt of Ktorrnre t Tn inuln to Merrtam U atmouneMl wedIt i tllnif Hhorty follow Chaiacr VIMr Melon In mystrrions i ly shot In tan Kranrlnra M rrlam la jj greatly xillwl when h rrnd account InIi I tKipcriL While still In mourning Mrs Me i Iunc rrcNir H to visit Part HrdRwkk i I Chapter tliMrs Mcllane arrlvpn at the tort Merriam in utartlfd at the new I UIH he and his wife absent thrrnKlves from the forrnul hop that evening Mr j i and Mrs Slrrrtnm jmy their respect toJi j tlio wWow when Wise would Iw sure to have i i many other cullers CHAWKIt j VIIICONTIMKD j Some of the fair widows cells were j returned iilmnst Imtnedi trly the Mer riamn anuiui the first Hlthua h I titIiI Mcrrlnm were Hot amon the first to welcome her arrival AI lurk uauld Imvc It Verrlntn wu out on some troop duty Mr Mcrriam saw her tensing iiccompanlrd by Mn Jrafton andl fair 13 Hew ui tttilrn tt her room li tead i ofIjI first giving lnntriiction to her na an older soldier of MXiety would lintc done In ionicquenc the China mutt nilmltletl her culler to Floys prrt ly parlor and w rnt in search of the lady of the honor Mrs Irnfton nnted her IIIUC1rnphllJpicture books and rlonbrjc John t presently re ippcured srnllisjf U1I I ounly No can see She dek icllj he I tnrdlly reported Mr Grafton looked ert ii Mrs iI I InnuoyedII her on the tennis I i court not an hour slncr she mwtlrrr II to liar hasten ns nfler proper ex 1 prcrkloiia of sympathy anil regret t 4JII regained the rondtrayfWell fthe f for sonic days said Mn Grefkenest Its quite ioxslbe slip M III- Tlio ftrhoohnntc lied IK m IMMSMN h gather only n frw days before Mr 7rnfon became emir Intetl that PiHinj1 i tlovotlon were rapidly wnnlns the with rccovcrlnir health and btooaad j spirits tho vrylng tired for the oar dear J i friend to lean on had rnnlabetl rHA- Rnd I less grew the hours of confidential chat More and more was the late dk consalati widow lecotnlnp intfrcnt il not to Ray absorbed In tho details of garrison life Freeman formerly of tho th but now a squadron rom mander nt Sedpwick remarked that the lady was bejfinnlnjj to take notice uncommonly early nnd Minturn with whom she was quite ready to walk anti even to visit the tennis court wax heard to mik if they never hud such thlnps as mourning hops Whittakcr who Wall atilky about something and preternaturally stately na a consequence y Y i reminded him that Mrs McLac was atilt in deep mourning fu1 mourn n to which a cynic In shoolderctrap who happened to be present replied that he onlywished that other full could be as lightly wont She may have been in the depths of woe before she left Chicago u Mrs Grafton tit dares ioU was aU Mrs HvXtoa a lady with years of expetkaees MIshe s bravely over it sooa eaosgk Shell be daBciay next lad this aackrbI tlan BcharitaUe remark bras eaDe forth by the ikt t the lady clog t ride with Tbit tater Wblttaler wb at first cold barCty be Ise re4 t cs1 sad who sow crook bardty W twhcred te bettere it tuto ya And of co re before sbe Sad bees at the post a week eresybMT 1rft i that this WM the woaa towba LffHam wa at Vci believed to be r graced two rears before sad tot Wed to the tbrilHmr Uiterest of tbe it1Ujj tlea Fse a little while it ba a site a pro 4eM bow to eotertai rIII She Mft go to 4aoee or nnII Soe eovli perbap rWtaM prey tII ols bet temab sbe dies not rare far RWi1lt was snplasaat beetaeer tbrie were ao wiadipXwood resd aa j eltetiettie- eIt1lrl Th- i sara was p bMr or oady by ra for eaaroa un tic aead f I dssty Ladie+t hraebei ern reel ovirt sad lafotssa breseeted toa teat bet sbr did set err fee t- TC seb I WOSBfO pr8iIPIIU derared le cite for trocsra1110 ITIM sa epriarir XistJm ad Wblttakrr bad early twHllu wMerd- t0 lure ard tbre could be ao Joel of j brr power of famriaotioa The rvaocr sod tic trooper rrvw NkI cad Ne traa d in tbVir saaaoer toward esafe other and Wbituber oait swiugr u abs od to dar and alit to Harlw j ii MrrriamV Tbc eoloor wife dyiasr i to IN boapltahl lead tarred a tittfr i q i j lfIoarj I arne cad sarMr Mlatam Mrs Grist i i too aolll1tt d for kid army woman the j Hr MeUine would ant think of 8II j reptlns Men MeUinc amazed her hos- ts4 tIjiI by ereataally saying ve+ i Sine the Tuesday evening of their rail no DaN had uhf Merrlnms held roo eratin with the widow She railed a has bet n wn and Mr MIT rim bad to IW reused Mrs Merriam ued to love tennis but quit the IIIIIII as soon ar Mm Mcr anc IK IUI flitting to the rourf Mr Merriam who used to love to ride with handy bad disinn tinned It n slat or two sifter that III- I legrcl1 illness an though to early out the Hliilon but by tin Thursday sOie strain Bppcnrfd In the saddle tutu Kill lolled out upon the mc a by iitr tins iMiiuls tide Kctiirnlnig they stet Mrs Mcljuio just starting out with her pun ncr frlrnl n nilI the its hid to be broken The stylishly habited widow beamed on lath bcfKd Flog to let lnr limw nt wbat hour they wond ride next nay ns slit ndnrcd it of nil things and next day Floys horse was reported dead lame and slur would ride no other When 11ra otoiiclH invitation cmm for that utterly unlookedfor dinrer the Merrlams were cornered for Floy though looking Mallow such heavyeyedII- OWWRK tint really ill and eoud urge no exeiiw iarrisnn dinner hills must1 be answered ae promptly as tiose in city life W rue got to gn near said Mer rintn calmly o send our acceptance I wont ffo said Floy to herself ns she penned and signed flit little note such when Sntiinluv runt she was too 111 to lenve her bed Mrs Haync came TheIFrermnns werr bidden instead ouch lint Freeman could have Mumped her pretty foot in vexation for neither the nor her lord thought it the proper thing for IrK Mclane to be going to dinners so cnrly In her widowhood he Kidco there were other reasons The dinner came ofT however and wan ft dismal feast with a dramatic con rluslnn A Ii has been shown only twico hail 3l rt Icfanc lead tpeeeh with rtrrlllnt during the tevcu dnyn and both times It wax in presence of hix wife The Ornftonii Hsync and Frccmans were delighted with hint ns n consequence awlI rejoiced in secret over her lint not A whit did the widow show disap pointment or discomfiture She was I amply entertained apparently with I the incrcMin drvotlonx ofti I at tint sari Whlttnkcr such the latter spent j two miserable hours tbis SaturdayI ij ffeainf In JeakiUM contemplation of his 1ere fHitnmt lot aril Minturns present low Mei Yet the colonel could not ColnnrlIl pref renee watt for the artilleryman The Ornft Hw went with rather had grave Mrs Ornfton wnrnlnp her guest that The whole ipirrlflon would be talking Af her laeoeetaney but MH Ned Pars remarkeil AM n previous occasion Irate lord had lire own way ncr since xhcut- her Urst tenth red Ihl not propose to M rttleel intr lcIlI1IwbMperMl MM stir indignantly were to Implore me not to waste my youth la Tale lamentation Life III too short to let r sprat In trams were his very word and evidently the widow was here In full sympathy with the expressed or reported views of the I dear departed She went She looked uncommonly pretty In n gown of deep 1 ute most somber and most expensive crape She tint at the colonels right and made eyes at him nil through din tier leaving Minturn on her right to hulk and scowl and Bcelc comfort In the r commandants champagHe Fanny her thisscifseductive fluid and was sparkling with animation and good spirits when just before coffee was served jut as the trumpets were sounding tattoo out on the moonlit parade a servant came and whispered to the master of the house Tell him Tra at dinner sad cant see hIm new j NapjI wilttas to isaprcs oa bis fair guest theI WoN of bis profesxioaal intportaace aad jI II sadfiI ehnazrd eUtr sad gbxavetl up micer- taialy I ta the tNIIbti farce of the IDNiiI wage then as aitvertaioly artMtad the tabkrkeyesoatyf ass iswtaat taeet tee those of hiK ywctt- 11ill i1 TOW exctaw WIlt a utoweat mar I dvoxT JIlt Misl to bi wtfrad kft the ts bse aoji the nNst wen Ml tdaewtti ee I- Irraisedh I I Ilrc4t trx 3kfsar iteet so tare etfor ertueiallrl bsd rather tC teed that rent totem wws ptiaty ia- I tk U uNI b4 CisisKl with aax- ihr tt Mr rye was wtr lfoteaialcsi- de floe b rrw4 SaXIt ire tW osit r twits i Fres mtrr ia etaae tk sernut Wottbi tapt Gtofs pfewr jM t4 rvlvael- is tie pore wsdetitrc tvattoa- wr t 1f faa dvrdabitl weg npantec mwl Mr Coteskti ia t- stvsbit kIow r so tt hod 1lrieetfaua owtbrvaJt probably or bM wet W 19 isMiutesX Tora alt mtowreitioa e BM4 tetvslr IQtlIyjpakr ill ttrooo ytXabe- or bswartJifd tonic gws a to Whit NCaW bt the Ratter Bat it wasnt ladtaatf It wat war taN It was dale tk soldier teles rapfecr at the petit who bore wits hiM i ascwaire which the operator at the Jaactioc had received poc iUve in e rne i ClOG from the eastern maaeter to de liver at once and report delrry and f I set an answer It was for Mrs Motane So there was nothing for it but to coiliI her mid with sudden panic in her eyes she hurried into the parlor shrunk I for a moment front the proffered this mtch then with nn effort at selfcon trol took it tore it open rend with di I j I hted eyes lifted her hand to her fare as though in bewilderment stud lsml1Ij I turing into vacancy as she did so anti i then suddenly without a moan without jI a sound from her lips went down in a ii limp heap upon the bearskin rug where on she stood and the ladies rushed to lint could not revive her Full half an hour they lalxmtl over her The iiieHsenger had duo hld for I jI IBho ruthptl cut alter him the doctor and brought hint to the scene Jrafton hind rescued the paper just as it seemed about to flutter into the fireplace folding and stowing it away in his coat pocket and not until after ten did site seem to recover con sciousness not until near the sounding of taps could they bear Kerr home and then the messenger came hail The operator at the Junction said they must have report of the receipt of the message and some answer I this was imperative Grafton apj ealcd to the doctor The doctor said Mrs Mclaui aajyouishocked her seriously And so finally motion rend tilt tillS sage and could fathom onlyI n portion of its meaning Arrested Chicago Your uncle strlek en paralysis You will lie summoned Secure papers otherwise lose everything C M CIIAPTElt IX Three tiays after the colonels din net Mrs Mrf1 one was pronounced suf ficiently well to take the open air hit did not not look Miflleiently well in her own opinion to take the hint Nor did Mrs Grnfton too eagerly urge Hy this time the hostess was fully cote vinced that Fanny was far trout Iveing the frank confiding creature she had pictured herself to be that she had IlIIrpoleIin rNtwhllcIllehoolmnte from her to whom site once longed to unbosom her every thought some vital and thrilling circumstance and worst of all that Cnpt Grafton now knew what it was and wouldnt tell This I t ti tiffiAOt perhaps was almost nnparoonable lc vain had Mrs Grafton insinuated inquired Insisted and finally Implored Her husband was gentle but obdu rnteI know nothing Harriet he simply said I do perhaps conjecture but all 1 conjecture IK derived from that dispatch the contents of which should be seen nnd known only by your friend the your friend ouch onccupon a time bridesmaid Jf she choose to tell you well nml good but 1 cannot lint he told Mrs McLanc what tic had read without telling what he conjee turtd and then furthermore told her what he had done wired to Aunt Char Jotte that her niece was prostrated by the receipt of her dispatch and might not be able to sepias for several days w Aunt Charlotte was existing without farther knowledge of the condition of her niece as placidly let us hope us was her niece without further knowl edge of the condition of her uncle It was on this third dayuvhen the ttector left niter saying MrsI Mclane t agt to po and take n drive or n ride that Grafton wrote to her a four words reporting that be lead read 1unt Char k us dispatch and replied to it as above stated This note he sent in liy Aaaette Mrs Grafton wets receiving ya pathuin callers nt the moment awl the captain bride lunette say that it he rouW be of any further service Mr MeLaa should let him know Plr vtly Anactte returned with v tests 1 tam ro distracted it saidco fr WWsfs ISift not know what to do los are the only tarn upon whose rats e4 I era dVfxnd hut even that is denied me for Harriet has turned cold- rich ttakted neeanse 1 cannot tell her the reret of others she thinks mo Sole to our old friendship and she leas ebaarrd to me so mueh that were 1 able to travel I should po at once only how could we explain Oh 1 long to tell you the whole story but 1 cannot I must m tl= and I trust not do that which raijrht increase her suspicion But here Grafton began to frown angrily lit read no further though there were folinwillJIpige but tossed the whole thing into the open replace tramped right up stairs and tapped at the guest rout door Can you come to the door n mo ment Mrs McLaneV hushed There was the sound of sudden rush nnd rustle within thin her light lent fall theI clack of the doorknob unit her voice low and sweet You startled me so she wilil through tint inell wide aperture thr appeared hut left her Invisible I dreaded that it was another telegram Oh Im not lit to be seen lint = i dont wI dont need to see you Mrs Me La ne said he stoutly tSn- can converse perfectly 111s An net le is below stairs All I wish to Miy is this If 1 1111 be of service in send lug off any letters or dispatches toyour friends command me Ito t really Mrs McLanc there is no need of telling mo anything about the matter I5ut I limit to Cnpt drafton and the door opened a hit wider I must have your advice I must do somethingi right nutty and youre the only use who ran help me Then Ill ask Harriet to come here at once said he and suiting action to words started for the stairway She rushed out aftcrhimdishcxclnl tiaUld Oh 1 cannot tell Harriet stir triIThcII Mrs Mclane you cannot toil me For u moment she looked at him in nmae I will wire for your lawyer MrI Iarry he went on calmly lie can ad vise what I probably could not He cannot advise as you can cap tain Its a matter he knows nothing about Ive got to see Mr Mcrriam 1111l he avoids me even worst than you do thllllIll fact everybody does now that Im In deep trouble she wailed I am sure Mr Mcrriam will come to you if there is any thing of importance said Graftou gravely I will see him at the stables and the call U sounding now Oh not to chaynot today To 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Rl U or n P 1111 L Co Nubua Yom is the only sure cure In the world for oreaVJ- ce Moae Vice Rererdloa1JIHaltlSJcone U1cn aaagrene yererar DraIOUaJDf CuMaltndaalec MleBtkyCWa I RADICAL THEORIES ttll They Would Brighton Mail a Domestic Circle and Cellar KrprearnU tbe 0I Garret dreof a MIMIII Home Qualities gr7darried People to Carefully Cut IlfaleSermon Iy Rev T- Dewitt Tulmage D I pc xaijnngc in this discourse M ts gal radical theories which if adop would brighten many domest IllsZtswcnt1 fchurch within a church a rcpubl republic n world within a fhla a tend is spelled by four letters h honv hUfffrywhere If things go wrong M go wrong everywhere The dour Vof the dwelling house is till taudation of church and slate A ua never gets higher than his ow than hbuwnputt or lower overarelicIfte highest house of congress is thc fenestic circle the rocking chair in it nursery is higher than a throiu jajjge Washington commanded till Ijncs of the I nited States hut Mar fwhington commanded George C hrv Atoms mother made his pen for himI If a man should start out and run 7i rig in n straight line he could not tout from under the shadow of his In mantelpiece 1 therefore talk to ifliabout a stutter of intlnitc and etci nl moment when I speak of you DOfflCAs Individuals we are fragments jd makes the race in parts and thei gradually puts us together What I lack you make up what you lack I- Jc up our deileits and surpluses of iiracter being the cog wheels in tIll tat soehil mechanism One pet sat lithe patience another has the cour ft another has the placidity anothe lithe enthusiasm that which Ihs lad gin one Iis madViip by another 01I tide up by nil lluftalocs in herds rouse in broods quail in llocksthe hu un race in circles Gad has mos1 dutifully arranged this It is in this way that lie balances so sty this conservative and that rail alkerpiug things even Every shii lust ban its mast cutwater tatlrail Uast Thank lied then for Irince 00 and Andover for the nppcsitcs II ire no more right to blame a man for zing dltTerent from me than a driving tleel has a right to blame the iron lift that holds it to the center lolui Vesloy balances thins institutes A aid thinker gives to Scotland tin bong buts of theology 1 Dr duthrii bthcsthem with a throbbing heart ad warm ilcsh The illtlieulty is thatT- eare not satisfied with just the work iatliotl has given us to do The wa T wheel wants to come inside tIll 31 ami grind the grist and the hop wants to go out and dabble in theater Our usefulness till the welfare twdcty depend upon our staying iu Kt the place that God has put niiOI occupyFor and that n- 1Y be snore useful we are gathered 1 still Miialler circles in the hum cup And there you mill the same iriety again brothers sisters hitsI ladandi wife all different in temper tent anti tastes It is fortunate that should be so If the husband be all prudencelonen rament the other must be lym alii Mary anti Martha are neees ties There will be no dinner for rin if there lie no Martha there till be no audience for Jesus if there e no Mary The home organisation Bert beautifully constructed iICtlen u gone the bowers are all broken iJwn the animals that Adam stroked tiUt his hand that morning when they ctne up to gt their names have since Ot forth tusk and sting and growled Other at panther and midair Iron oaks plunge till with clotted winged eyeless sockets the twain count Mrllng down from under the sun in loadaud tire Kdcn has gone but ere Is just ono little fragment loft t1 wwteti IIliddekeldown on the River it of1nral1h It is the marriage Ittulinn It does not as at the be olifr1 lake naves front man a rib rillsThisi has been tln1III mu day Socialism tutu olrl amy anti the most damnable of ftrytoWin While the pulpits have been fflparatively silent novels their nasti1t8talnrlltaJcICgard I to holy IIIIUTiII gwhloh eternityhthlsmere tet or wardrobe It is a question it1 f8ed with gigantic joy or sorrow Heaven or hell Alas for this dispensation of Georgei Sand 14 2nightdegarlandsb4r till venom of uddersPIt i forlethendltheornugeblossoutsOf J AVB Christ is to assert what is aPthas to assail what is wrong At k marktheIcoill+ mereial cxclangeofandequipagetwostuffcalrotnantandunfaithfulnessand Ci nftCiJ paradise they l1rlametl ofthevl1 have got nothing buta Van tigersandEighttluonsaul dl Vorces in 1 I PTlcedctltI FranceeveryousvlutttwronpChristintI tinyofls Gad and man than any other cause There tliat I tuIIIIthose of you who have had hones set tlllnthlrejust es onlyhenor a few years Then there are those who will after awhile set up for themselves a hunt and It is right that I should speak out upon these themes GodinI and let Him who was a guest at Beth any he in your household let the divine hll everyhopeyoung people who begirt with God end with Heaven Have on your right hand the engagement ring of the Divine af fection If one of you be a Christian let that one take the Hible tumid reada few verses in the evening tine and then kneel down and commend your elves to Him who setteth the solitary in families I want to tell you that the destroying angel passes by without touching or entering the dour post sprinkled with blood of the everlasting covenant Why is it that in some families they never get along and in others they i always get along well 1 have watch j ed seh eases and Mitt come to a ton clusion In the first instance nothing seemed to go pleasantly and after 1101IlIllstle I other case although there were hard ships toad trials and some things that had to be explained still things went on pleasantly until the very last Why1 They started right My secondI advice to you in your Ionic is to exercise to till very last possibility of your nature tit Ilaw of forbearance Prayers in the household will not make up for everything Some of the best people in the world lire the hardest to get along with There are people who stand up in pray er meetings and pray like angels who at home are uncompromising and cranky You may nut have everything just as you want it Sometimes it will hl e tit dutyof the husband and some Limes of the wife to yieldi but both stand punctiliously your rights nod you will have a Waterloo with no IHucher coming up at nightfall to tie hie the conflict Never be ashamed to apologie when you have dune wrong in domestic af fakirs Let that be a law of your house holt The best thing 1I ever petard of my grandfather whom I never saw was this that once having unrighteously reubukcd one of his children he him self having lost his patience and pci liaps having been misinformed of the hilds doings found out his mistake mil in the evening of the same day gathered all his family together and still Now I have one explanation to maIn and one thing to say Thomas this morning I rebuked you very unfairly I am sorry for it 1I rebuked roil ini the presence of the whole Gunilytimidi toss I ask your forgiveness in their presence It mist leave taken some courage to 110 that It was right was it not Never I he ashamed to apologize for domestic nacenracy Kind out the points what ire the weak points If I may call them I so of your companion and then stand aloof from them Do not carry the lire of your temper too near the gun lowdcr If tIll wife be rashly fretted h y disorder in tit household let the husband be careful where he throws his slippers If the husband comes mine from till store with his patience xhausted do not let the wife un iceessarily cross his temper hilt both and I willfor rightsstand up your routs the everlasting sound of till varwhoop Your life willIIopcllt in will bo tonaking up and marriage unmitigated curse Cowperou anI arid Tlio kindest ntiil the hai itle t plr 11111111 occasion to forbear Anil soinrtnln wiry tiny they live- Ill pity anil jiorhai forgive I advise also that you make your hicf pleasure circle around about that when It Is hone It is unfortunate otherwise If till husband spend the of his nights away from Lone of IlIIost hoicc and not of necessity he is not I till head of the household he is only tIll cashier If the wife throw the household into the servantsof thecanS live nights of theIl1p and then spend sheweek at the opera or theater may with satins and lothe her children acts and ribbons that would confound II French milliner lint theyarc I orphans has one tochild noI t is sad when a mother hurts i its prayers to becauseav I entertainmentieveningtheout oft to hiring children and throw In India they crocodiles and it seems thehem to I cry cruel but the jaws of social dissl swallowing down more littleMtion are I iiildroii today titan all the monsters rJd that ever crawled upon the banks of the Ganges I have seen the Borrow of a godless mother on the death of a child site had griefthatchild was dead as the fact that she had neglected it She said If I had only watched over and eared for the child I know God would not have tak enItThe dryblistering wrunghersocketsIwhenIf she had in wild terror grasped a coiling serpent with her right hand No tears Comrades of the little one came in and wept over the collln neighbors came in anti the moment they saw the still face of the child the shower broke No tears for her lUll gives tents as the summer rain to the parched soul but in all the universe the driest anti hottest the most scorch lug timid consuming thing Is a mothers heart If she hits neglected her child when once it is dead God may forgive her list she will never forgive herself The memory will sink the eyes deeper into till sockets and pinch the face and whiten tint hair and eat up the heart with vultures that will not be satisfied forever plunging deeper their iron beaks Oh you wan tierces from home go back to your duty The brightest lowers in all the calthI are those which grow in the garden of a Christian household clambering over till porch of a Christian house I advise you also to cultivate sym pttthyof occupation Sir lames skitI toshate of tit most eminent nail ele gant nan that ever lived while stand ing at tit very height of his eminence stud to a great company of scholars My wife made me The wife ought to be the advising partner in every llrm She hugh to be interested in all losses tumid gains of shop and store Shut ought to have a right she has a right to know everything a If a man goes into a business transmrtion that he dares tat tell his ItUII= I I moral ruin There may be stint things which he does not wish to j trouble his wife with hill Iif he dare not tell her he is on tit road to Ills comliture It is no easy thing to keep I house Many a woman who could have endured martyrdom as well as thin garet the Scotch girl has actually been worn out by house management There nrc a thousand martyrs of the kitchen It is very annoying after the vexatious of tit shay around tIll stove j I or the register or tIll table or in the 1 nursery 01 parlor to have tit husband I say1ou know nothing about trou tilt you ought to be iu tIll store half an hour Sympathy of occupation If tit husbands work cover him with the soot of tit furnace or tit odors of leather or soap factories let not the wife be easily disgusted at the begrimed hands or unsavory aroma Your gains are one your in terests salt one your losses are one Lay hold of the work of lift with both hands Four bauds to light tit hat tits four eyes to watch for the tutu get four shoulders on which to CIIIII the trials It is a very sad thing when till paunch has a wife who dues not- like pictures It is a very sad tiling for a pianist when she has a husband who dots not like music It is It very sad thing when a wife is nut suited un less her husband has what is called a genteel business So fur as I under stand a genteel business it Iis some thing to which a man goes at 10 oclock in the morning nail from which he rooms home at t or a oclock in the aft ernoon mad gets a large amount of money for doing nothing That is I believe a genteel huslii ness and there has been many a wife who has made till mistake of nut being satisfied until tit husband hilsI given up the tanning of the hides 01I tIll turning of the baijJsters or the building of the walls and put himself in circles where he has nothing to do but smoke cigars told drink wine nerd get himself into habits that upset him going down in the maelstrom tithing his wife told children with kin There are a good many trains running from earth to destruction Theystart all hours of the day and all hours of the night There are tIll freight trains they go very slowly and very heavily and there IInI tIll accommodation trains going on toward destruction and theyslop very often and let a man get out whore lie wants to Hilt gcnliu idleness Is an express train Satan is tin stoker und death is the engineer rod though one nutty come out in fruit of it and swing till red Hag of danger or tIll lantern of Jods Word it makes just one shot into perdition coming down time embankment with a slant and a wail and a shriek crash crash There are two classes of people sure of de struction first those who hove noth ing to do secondly those who hive something to do but who tit too lazy or too proud to do it I Mays tint snore word of advice to jive to those who would have a happy home and that I Iotlove preside In It When your behavior in the domestic circle becomes a mere mutter of calcu lation when time caress you give Is 1merely the result of deliberate study of the position you occupy happiness lies stark dead on the heattstone When the husbands position as head of the leasehold is maintained by loudness jf voice by strength of arm by s fire of temper the republic of domestic bliss lifts become A dcpotlsm that neither Clod nor man will abide Oh ye who promised to love each other at the altar slow dare you commit perjury Tot no shadow of suspicion come on your affection It IB easier to kill that lower than it is to make it live again The blast front hell that puts out that light leaves you In the blackness of darkness forever Here are a man and wife they agree In nothing else but they agree they 1 will have a house They will have n splendid house and they think that If they have a house they will here tv home Architects make the plan nod the mechanics execute It the house to cost SIOOOOO It is done TIll carpets are spread lights are hoisted curtains are hunk earls of invitation sent out The horses In goldplated harness prance at the gate guests tonne in and take their places the lute sounds the dancers go upand down auto with one grand whirl the wealth and the fashion and tutu mirth of till great town wheel amid tho pictured walls lit this is happiness Float it on the smoking viands sound it in till music whirl in the dance lUSt It in the snow of sculpture sound it up the brilliant stairway lash it in the chandeliers Happiness Indeed Let us build on the seater of the parlor lloor a throne to Happiness let rill the guests when conic in bring their lowers and pearls nod diamonds and throw then on thIsI pyramid and let it be a throne and then lot Happiness the queen mount the throne and we will stand around and tall chalices lifted we will say Drink O queen live forever Hilt the guests depart the lutes are breathless the last clash of the impa tient hoofs is heard in the distance rand the twain of the household route back to see the Queen of Happiness on the throne amidst the parlor Moor Hut alas as tlayennui Lade the lowers have faded tIll sweet odors have become the smell of chnrnel house and Instead of the Queen of Happiness there sltn the gaunt fount of Anguish with bit lip and sunken eye lull ashes in her hair The romp of tit dancers who have left seems rumbling yet like jarring thunders that quake tit floor and rattle tit glasses of the frost rim to rim The spilled wine on the hoar turns into blood The wreathti of plush have become wriggling rep tiles Terrors stitch langlcd in than canopy that overhangs till couch A strong gust of wind Cones through tIll hall and the drawing room and tit bed chamber iu which all tutu lights go out And from the lips of the wine breakers taunt tit words happiness is not in us And tin arches respond it is not in us And the silenced instruments of music thrummed on by invisible lingers an swam happiness is not In us And tit frozen lips of anguish break open tumid seated on the throne of wilted lowers she strikes her bony hands together and groans It is not in me ITEMS OF INTEREST CIIICAOO stock brokers nrc going to test the war tax Two couples front Cleveland have reached Chicago In wagons on a honey moon trip- New YOIIK is going to provide enough schoolhouscs as the board of education hay asked for SlOOOOOO for new buildings lion IlTsiMMoxH Ins sued a New York hotel proprietor for damages tar refusing hints accommodation because hu was a prix tighter A WAIKDKN Hug mechanic has sac ceeded in breaking Ills legs Ii4 tunes in tho last fi3 years The Manchester doctors look on him as a marvel IT Is now dummied that Sir Herbert I Kitchener an Irishman that he tins even n drop of Irish blood in his veins or that any of the Kitchener family hasIT is reported that tho administration hits determined to send 10000 reg ulars and volunteers to Cuba to garri son tO or 00 posts throughout time is landAT some recent Russian naval ma neuvers JO out of to votsuls taking part broke down through carolvMtioitM slovenliness or general Inefllcluney on the part of the men In charges- ciiKMONAJKWsicojr a village in tho district of Mniensk Siberia huts been depopulated temporarily 1100 of tho Inhabitants having been sent to jell for refusing to repair tho highway Wiiui Councillor J Freoilman of Swansea was riding his cycle along the Mumbles road tho celluloid guar case of tho machine caught fire and before he could jump burned huts trous ors off hitn- Moron wagons for delivering mall are the latest thing in England and arc proving so successful that the cx perlmcnt is to bo continued on a largo hcnlc both in London and in the provincial towns ItAimiT fur Is now an important commercial article front which is made nn imitation seal for capes You cant gut ahead of a yankee When seals are getting scarce ho brings out it substitute just about n8 good as the original Knurr Is building flveccntimotor twoinch paper field guns for tho German infantry They are so light that n single soldier can easily carry one while the resistance of time paper Is greater than that of steel of tho some caliber I A LITTLE NQMStlfSK Money said the Cornfed Phlloia phrr iU like ice the hotter the tima the sooner it is gone IndlanapolU Journal o3You have known hint a long time havent you 1eJeYellhowas my first my seventh and my eighteenth sweetheart Town Topl- raY1o you think Ike ever lies about the fish ho catches C XoIdont but I think he lies nbout the fish ho doesnt catch Yonkcrs Statesman llaplcy Clara and I have conclud ed to go Into partnership for llfes Muss 01 Who furnishe the rapt tal Claras father Boston Transcript Schoolmaster entering boys dormi tory What are you doing out of bed this time of the night lIMurphy Mur pkyOhsorr I got out to tuck myself inN 0 TimesDemocrat Some folks hero eccentricities Others have a erase While too the crooked grocer has HU own peculiar weighs N Y Life- Neighbor P Did that artist who boarded with you paint your doors and window Farmer lie did not At first he refused to do such common work ami utter I haul seen one of his pictures I refused to let him do It Fllegemlc Itlaotter She Draws time LluchneyI see they are not going to muster any more then out of the army Mildred Well that settles it Ive kept faith with Tom nil nummcr but Im notgo lug to stay home from the theaters this winter even If they make hint a major general Chicago Doily News BOYS WANT BICYCLES ties IliMititrltnlilc llritilln of n tierce School inn utrrn Ihperltnvut wllli Isla IniilU The average Kchoolboy will work his lingers to the bone If he Ins rcaxon to think that a bicycle will crown hU ef forts Hy way of experiment a school master once promised to give a beauti fill machine to the boy who proved him self most worthy of It aim stipulated that nil who entered the competition rhould work hard for a whole week at the end of which time they would bo required to submit an aeronaut of tho way they haul spent their spare hours Kxcttcmcnt reigned supreme during the next six days and many a homo tuts turned topsyturvy by ZllIlolIK com Illtt tillS fur till coveted bike Kvcry lad host a different method of show ing his ability and souse of the claim handed In were decidedly original tutu buy built a siilistnntlnl work shop but discovered when he had hut shed it that he had forgotten to leaven Kpnrc for the window another actu ally made a collIn Must your size sir he told the master nnivclywhile n third 1 constructed pretty gingerbread model of the village church the chancen of which were slightly spoiled by tho marks of some predatory teeth on the spire The majority of the lads however selected hcholastlu subjects anti the most marvellous achievement in this line wins that IIln HUh boy who withoutt any previous knowledge of shorthand tackled an old estnhll hed stenographic system and mastered It KO thoroughly that at the end of till week he could write CO words a minute and translate his notes accurately Into the bargain Ono musicalI I genius con fidently rimmed the bicycle because ho had learned tin Jewsharp the tit whin tic and the trombone nod Wilt Indig nant when the schoolmaster passed hits over The prie was eventually awarded to tutu athletic youngster win with Inex haustible patience and skill taught 30 persons to swim within the time stip ulated The verdict In favor of the last named feat was practically unanlmouN rind the disappointed competitors gal lantly crushing dowji their own feel lags gave this smiling winner a royal ovation The youngest boy of an aristocratic but needy family used to feel dreadfully ashamed when Isis clans Invited Ii hut to accompany them on their rides for he hadnt n bicycle of his own snit his father wits utterly unable to pro vide him with one Thinking that thin slate of things humid existed long enough he one day resolved to make n huh bid for fortune and daringly earlred Iris plan Into effect It was time beginning of the cricket season and the boy hav log completely hidden hit identity by dlKgulsIng this features and wearing well lhttlug but shabby clothes went day lifter day to a popular county ground and sold penny packets of ti sweets to the spectators There was something In his easy graceful manner und refined accent which attracted gen Lral attention to him and in a very abort time it became quite the convene a tional thing for the women in tIle pa vilion to hold converse with the little confectionery vendor who was often given sixpence for n bag of sweets cost ing only halfpenny At this rate mat ters prospered exceedingly with him and long before the conclusion of the season he had purchased htx bicycle nnd confessed the deception to his pa rents They were very angry with him at first especially when he coolly stated that be had on several dccaiion sold sweets to his own relatives but after a time they saw only the smart ness of their sons risky plan to ralre + money and graciously condoned hila violation of the family honor Chuma i at r i a eaw I 7 THE HERALD SPENDER COOPER Editor 4 HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Dec 1 1898 FOR OOVEIINOH P1 NAT HIRDIN OF IIAUHODSBUIia + nnounflem8nL + 0 For lloiiroiionlntlvis Wa nre authorized to nnnniinco JOSEPH 1 ROSE of Lney crook Wolto county ns a candidate for Representative in tho next General Assembly from tho coalition of Wolfo and Morgan subject to notion of the Democratic party for Stutn Auditor Wo are authorized to announce JOIIX It CHHNAULT of Madison county an n can didate for Auditor of Kentucky subject to the notion of tho Democratic convention III 1819 THR Domncrnlio party nuulo n i mistake in our humblo judgment in pnasing tho Gnehel forco bill II find wo boliovo it is tho beginning of tho otul of tho partys puwor in Kentucky Tho Winehoator Dom ocrat says 1Ilho Goobel oloction law works liko ix ohunn Over in tho Ninth district pooploI took very littlo intorost as thoy did Moro When tho oluotion was over the rosult was found to ho vory closo both HidOR olaitnnig it On Nov oinbor 10th the election eomwic Hionora met according to law can vastod tho returns anti certified to the result On comparison it acne found Hint the re tit HIM ns certified oloctod Ptigh publican by 112 votes In I3ra+ ken county the two Demoorntio inombcrri of the com mittee met ngain flee dnys after they had counted tho vote of tho county and certified to iiU corroct Boss and throw outt tho vote of a precinct bectuteo the ofHcers clowxl tho polls to oat their dinner No claimi isi nuulo that nay one wits deprived of his vote This chnng od n Republican majority of 12 ton Democratic majority of eight At a still later data tho Rowan county commiwtioners snot after having certified t a previous moot log to tho correctness of tho voto and throw outt the vote of three precincts on nomo trivial grounds thus roducing tho Republican voto still more In common with all good Democrats we should to glad to too a Democratic congressman front the Ninth district but wo cannot afford to matte this attempt to Btoal it Wo Stir attempt for it will not bo successful as tho IvHpjiblicftu majority in congress will bettt 1ugh witll hardly the for mality of a trial IIt is such things as theso that will bring tho law into disrepute with all honest men regardless of party afiiliution Tho Guocoss of the SMSOB Subscriptions to tho LKDQRH MONTHLY are just rolling in by the thousands It willI pay any ofour reactors to drop in at the office And look at n sample copy of tho Ledger Monthly and then take advan tage of our clubbing rates Wo will send our paper owl tho Ledger Monthly for 100 This is a very lucallnewpaper Just think of it 11ml HAJCKL i GKEICN UKRAM and a beautiful magazine for only 1 00 Do not miss such an opportunity Died at tho residence of hid son in law George OUllleld Sntnrilay tnorninj I last Jolin Spnalanl Nictell aged loutii if yoam Ilo was one of tho best vn anil best liked men in this section anti numbered his friends by luuulrods Ills death removes from our midst ono of tho oldest landmarks nnd greatest hunters Send your laundry to tho Winchester Power Laundry tho best in tho state- D B Litternl is agent nt hazel Green and will call for and deliver goods in town He will also forward nil packa gem sent In from the country 27tf Iti l Jk Written for Tile IIRRALO ji I MY FIRST LOVE Down tho lazy street one aprlngtirao morn loitered fancy free And swinging there on the garden gate A maiden smiled at me 0 blue eyed maid on the garden gate Come walk I said with me I I Is it far well walk together she maid AnI come all walk with thuo II Ill gather a store of columbines From the tioutlnddo cliff for thee Sweet williams blucbcllcs and violets An thou come an walk with mi Then down she came from the garden gate And adown the street went wo To the southside clilT where the violets And columbines bloom free Then I gathered n store and decked her out Till site was n sight to see bines Hut the red of her checks made tho column Hecm commonplace to me I looked in the violets eyes and hcrn Anti tis truth I toll to theo One beauty I xuw but the Was beauty of less degreeIoletllI 0 maiden1 I erlcIIII I love thee well Come wall through life with me II I love Wee too she salllII but love Another more than thee Many the tulle lies this side then Many and much for me nut I drink tonight to the blue eyod maid Who answered HO loyally YCM loynl to him she loved to him Who loved in vain WIU site For here silo has writ to 1118tI My friend II Ive named my boy for theta W HfuDiNic Wiiitn- Sorgent Ky Nov 2Z 1S9 S LATE STATE NEWS The stale convention of tobacco grow ers will meet nt Frankfort next Monday The Ilichmondl Union and Klliston precincU in Mndison will vote on local option on the lOlli inst It Iis wild that Mrs Mary K llogorn who recently died at Colesbiirg Ilardin comity hadresd limo Bible through more than n hundred times The Mormon Intro two churches nnd 000 converts in Kentucky and are ar ranging to send su additional number of miMioimricM to this stAte lUrrifton county has 281 miles of free pike sod it only cost I7W25 to keep them in repair last year The fiscal court is w tilled with time result John Williams of Cumberland county thniiKht ho Renal a roUbor in his house and fired his shotgun lima wife was o Imdly ect+ redl by the report that site became suddenly inmate W I14G rAlly of Orwlyvlllf raised x bushel of artichokes out of four hills Thin makes nbout 1000 bushels of urti choke to the acre and would he cliMper sad letter hog feed than either acorns or beoch mast Tho Olttgow Times says tho turkey crop of Harren iid Urge and tine and the lhtnls nfl being iMtiightHl 6 cents H pound It IIs stiid that A lltrge portion of tho crop will likely renmin nnUonght until next spring sr time demanU for them iit quite limited dipt Jacob of the Ktghth colored immunut located at Chickainaiiga wu hurt Monday in search of drearier Ho went to Mt Sterling and get flue Ho stopped here and got Will IUodgkin still Strode llljtiley who had been in jail for A fow days and also securedl a contingent at I xlngtou Winchester Democrat Nov Jo No novel hat born more widely rend hy ICentnckian perhaps than Tern lpelt and Hunihine Mrs Allen Robin Ion the real TfU1rtlt died last week in JNnamlne county agwl1 71 yean mays the Winchester nem rAt She would never talk about the novel nor allow It to be dicn ed in her pretence Her sister Sunshine sirs Porter ii still living ntar Midway Priem in the che t when ft person baa a cold indicate a tendency towarl poets moniaI A ptecd of flannel dampened with Chamberlain l afa Balm and hound on to the ehe t over the teat of t11rntntmania This same treatment will cure a lame back in a few hours Sold by J Taylor Day The offices of Floyd Uaya lumber nnd tie biisine has been removed to Jack Crl1Dhave been located here were quite popu I lar and will be missed Wo regret to lose this firm from tho business interests of our city Winchester Democrat Nov 25 TO CUItK A COIn IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Vll drucglslB refund money if it falls cure 25c The genuine has 14D Q toIf each tablet t Ill ARE YOU A DEMOCRAT An old adago roads Thcro Is a place for everything and for everything to be In its place tho LOUISVILLE DISPATCH should flnd a place In the homo of every DEMOCRAT In tho SUNNY SOUTH The Dispatch In tho peoples paper owned by tho people and Is always ready to fight for tho cause of tho people IT STANDS SQUARELY ON TIlE CHICAGO PLATFORM without tho aid or consent of the Gold Dug Monopolies and a fair compar ison of Us news service now being furnished over leased wires by the New York Bun tho Chicago Inter Ocean and tho Northern Press Association with that of any other paper will fully verify Its Motto If you see It In tho Dispatch Its BO and If its so It Is always In the Die patchTho Dispatch also has a stall of over 300 active correspondents In the South null Will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE THAN DOUDLE TilE SOUTHERN NEWS of any other Loulsvlllo paper Get the Dispatch It gives tho news and tells the truth about It Dally 8 pages Sunday 24 pages Week ly 8 pages We club with tho Weekly Dispatch at tho remarkably low price of SlOO a Year for Both Papers wnTCHEs GOOD ONES 9t 350B- ETTER OWES at 600 r ANI lrW1wj oM And Watch Repairing I i0 I TO FRED J HCINT2 In K MainI il 11LKXIXOTOX KY TRADERS DEPOSIT BAJK1- MTSTEItLINU KY o OA11TAL 20M0 I SURPLUS t30OtX 0 I J MI IHOSTAFF lrl jJ Q KIKKIATUICK btIW W TIIahiri 0I1Vurelteettltllysolicittheirer 7 chtmti t rmt ni trndf r and Ixulncxn nirr enurklly throughout hasten KutaucLy A- general I haukiiiK hukinron done iin dinner to mendl you it bunk hookpar riichucks HUit loan you money when iu need W W THI YtsONlashsur t 8qhtrl trWINCHESTER KY V W1TIIBR8POOK President RD IIUNTKU Cathier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 3000000 This hank solicits the Recounts of mer chants farmer trailers and bvRintH wen rnerelly throughout Eastern Kentucky ralilllIIUultheojIftcrltimat SALEwi IVftiriti tto 11 IM out fur hunlnes at hisplace I oflr fur salt all or my Blacksmith Carriage and Woodworkers Tools confuting of the latest models Also Ma thebestTwo Saddle and Harness Horses GOOD oStc i perteedy11 lIorOOEllul1I1OftNITl I any eau onJOHN Kv I J TAYLOR DAY Wholesale and Retail dealer iu General Merchandise Lumber cIFairlaudFarmers Exchange J A WA8JMB3B13i SMC 14 Physician and Surgoon HAZEL GREEN KY JEfiTSurcorv mud obstetrics n specialty SILAS B KASH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON KYrr d at I all hours Obilotrica n specialty f itftc1 Clothing So Iii the History of the Trad- eLoads At I tf1 lJS 8trons Lexiios leaning OIotQinu HonseO t JIo t 0 We atc lindly ovcrsjtiKloi in every department ye propose to sell YOU birihs ien you want them and not when the season IS over JUST THIXK OF A GOOD WARM OVERCOAT at 09 cents A beautiful satinlined Kersey overcoat finest ScotchSuitssuit fjuitful blue and blade cheviots double uptoorIdngmanPnlmcrBanktr goodsbutI Strong Bros Fechheimor Keifer Co und all the leading manufacturers of the United States You cannot afibrd to have another yourlifetimeWe are rents foras Kewburgh Neverlxip Pants and will give you 10 per cent oil on all goods Beautiful Natural AVoul Undershirts and Drawers worth 2tt 1l a snit The best Fleecelined Undershirts and Drawers worth 2at 1 a suit 0 100 dozen Fancy Shirts inrc by Hutchinson Pierce Co at 75 cents Price never named heretofore and worth X150 Ieil1 I 7t ILexillgtOl1I THE GREAT NATIONAL Ff1V JrlLt NEVYSPAPEII I And your favorite home pal r- Ijthr ZFl GREEN HERlllLD Both One Year for OI1Iv S100I Trip H Y lyPpk1 YTRIRllfiPI has un AKrlculturi11 IJtlltrtIllCt of the hlghed HILHi li HLLIUIJ lilfDUIUuurit M imiortunt news of the Nation and World foinprtliiiiMvri it nil reliable market reports able editorial interesmiuig short sto Tits NiiiMitiflc stdmimvlmuioiil Information illuitratetl lasliion articles litiiuorous Ilct- IIrlII11I1t1 is intriirtie uiulfiitertnluiiiK to every member of every family T LJ C I J U fj if T Pi gives you M time loom hews politieiil toad social kctpi 1 I I L I llI 1 rOUin close touch with your neighbors and frionili on tIlt limn Bud in the vilhigp informs you as to local prices for fnnn product the condition of fOp HIM proaptiu for the year and is n bright nowsy welcome aiai iuiliep0 sable weekly visitor at your home and fircNili t Solid all orders to THE HERALDOJ r u doll tB RQu tet If kllitf t C- kXQZr a a t l r rlQOE infirccriaCiviiDgi c umdy l and Cbvmical Cliiniw and Idlgof each of whkIi leads to It drprt is bl11Iulpsod room rent Traveling expenses also given to amiointecs who rennin the full collegiate year Hoard in +I rniltorieh 22fl per week in private families 250 to W Board unl fnrm1hlfllrll1d wnshinjc nerdnot el1rIU1 errWtlmntarySeptemberForapply to JAMES PATTERSON Ph D LL D President DAY AND E ANESPRlNG J TAYLOR DAY1 9IPROPRIETORI OXE t O WWE 0nJ Drt n Dont get pIllIalon of Swango Springs until JEclrnterssl 1 L ISgR PARK but SE1HOTEL huy TORRENT and keep name KY on tap free I I f cured by tt free IK WHITEHALLS RHEUMATIC CUBE iiTE1lLL Still t IPermnnenU sample Stut on inontlon of this publication THE DR rE CO South Bend Illdlannl1 yA y Hgk b c Livery Illstlife bwousness dyspepsia headache cons Sa lour stomach Indigestion ore I do their w- oiHoothBaal and thoroughly Est titer dinner pills PillII cents AU druSbrists rtttarfd by C I Hood b Co Lowell a- boafs Pill to tau with Hoods Sarsaparllla THE HEBALD Red River Valley Railway Cos TIME CARD a Train leaves McCiuisey nt Il ocJotkC- ODl1cctiUj with train lit Kotlnvrll for t- IMUIRtCcnlAgl4stP e lII Kothwoll Ky Mrs John 13 Davis U still confined her roam- John Doris made a lying trip to StiilI water Sunday Ed Jones went to Torrent Sunday convey Newt Hurst John Muncy of Missouri will prepjoat Dnysboro on Saturday oclock and on Sunday moruing In the absence of Prof Cord Prof- S J1 Hawkins will speak in tho Christian church Sunday morning Let everybody attend J R Bays L M Day S H rickellI and K S llisner of tho Academy Home spent thanksgiving At the home of their parents Tho condition of Mrs Lou Day we arc sorry to report is about the same an last week null while she knows nil her friends her talk iis irrational Sheriff A T Combs went to Frank Modny to make settlement with the Mutt and ero this has his quietus How many sheriffs in tho state can say the comet VOU MUST have pure blood for d health Hoods SurvajTvlllu i purifies the blood Take HoodVI bar sapnrillu if you would BE WELL Andrew J Hrown of Matthews Mor gnu county was in town visiting The Home on last Friday Ho says ho will t enroll in iHazel Green Academy Janus I 2ndMinrla I I I Belle Combs who linn born visiting her sister Mrs II F Pieratt of t this plats and other retail M in the viii t cinity d ft for her house at Camptoa oti I Tundiy morning II Elder lint Tom Pioratt on Monday i evening informed our tints about tot i that ho had been retained to rend t riot act to a rural couple who lire to be spliced today Particulars in our next I W X Hurst of the Second U S in Iurlourblartin Clnlj1 at Annieton AU lie hAr e tircly ricoved his health and Ed Tone says his ajtpelU is AlII SdyerRWhite eayou of Academy lant Monday Quite n nuul Iiofwomen anti vicinity will enroll here January 2C the beginning of the next term The special inviutimii sent out I ItSaturday brought large auduuce at Uie Christian ilnirch Only1 two famil out of the number receiving thwe in ftmilhrUItevery service DoaiI forget itwionosweetest original poem N publlahthe U ontiedTUBHERAIP h- seut Ky who kindly prominem to be a rKuar contributor to our coluuios on In Henry I IIIadI hkilled1 ember and sotto voice said the n t TiIIEPAInle l get toy nnme in the paper Ill quit Ti tooOn dawillPrevention is better than cutrCCp your blood pure your uppet itoi perfecttakiiig by Hoods PillsCt1iiu111onlonsJrwith i U oboodeSn I iF yy nn1 The lr 1ll tam g RbinusL Taylor lestI evening was celebrated pa Paulrsonage re pPI1r ofIytrieudrk Caglorand Mamie Thebrisorebeautifultitbettysecs mil nlldj ratulationl lttortborereutonyandcuyoj the home or t M Mrary lttsspresent rills evening Mr and Mr1Vlllinut L Bush atrerents dinner pa groom give n family party in honor of the ooupIcTho bride has been for n number of ears one of flit favorite clerks with tilefirm of AppUum eC Edge und uloelyand dutrAIIcrfriendAqihichonner nsaocinlrs in busiucn and tho- l firmrhei i oll1o young manIn the United States mail service at many congratulations and good wish tolib extended them for a long and happy Among the townstheItxtpulleyto I Salliorylor4x17toTheI groom is a nephewI of our bettor who joins with us iu wishing the happy Surneytho hope that the happiness of their fu ture may be a complete and final fulfill meet of loves young dream So mote it be A basket supper will bo vixen at the Presbyterian church in lineal Greon on Friday nicht Dec 10 1S9S for the bon efit offire church which sadly needs ro pair and everybody is invited to attorn nnd aid in this Inudablo undertaking E very little girl every young lady anti every old lady or married lady is asked to prepare a lunch in some kind of tonal honks or box for two persons and put their ftaino on a slip of paper inside the optbasket Theto baskets will thou be sold at unction and tho proceeds aro to po for church repair A Mc from tho amusing features attending for auction a pro gratii eotisisting of music recitations so lust readings etc etc has bcen arrangedI fur tho wiuro of all who lend the presence and participate On thanksgiving evening tho people of Rolhel neighborhood enjoyed a very nice entertlinmeut Siren blu Uura CralnlI dadatyl readings and recitations r iutorstt+ nwd1 with music by Mrs Doane and the leftIlh The pupils acquittedII I i themstlvi well and did credit to Uieir teacher who iie one of till most race I 1 lid teach rs of tLo county After the entertainment the joutig folks were treat ell to n very enjoyable box supper given in the interect of the church and salter rifeheI Kvorybody c to enjoy themll4lveI I ami be well pleased with both tflinment and supper I You can buy of N L NVaro an ole gent foldingLed wardrobe Ehapo with quartern8ltwedwhilt oak of latcrt itylo and finieli it not nnly saxes much sparo in a roost but it also sores much labor and annoy once for the housekeeper If you prefer can buy a complete set to match veryrI French plate nicer a head carved table uwhstand leather bottom J ed rockers etc etc I Dont be surprised If you we Taylor Johnsons tame in heal types soon He nlld be was going to kill hoi soon and 1esanswering the quertioo Could you sparedi11h replied I mout The site of the type ll indicate the else of the ribif a big e Wa name will be in CAPITALS nWe can set anybodys name iin setae style Your would look well On Saturday night and Sunday morn g Vtn II Cord will prevch at etThe ultjcts for pnnona there n111 lx Saturday night The K yof the Kingdom on Sunday mornlnII JV II I I On Sunday night ho trill prrrch at the Christian church here Hit topics will l f Eftcta of a Changed ofoxtBesmear 011liThe Heartjtho afternoon of tho second Sun y nt 2 oclock Vm II Cord will preach at Daybboro The topic fur dillj occuesioa will bo The Lords Supper All the members of tho church there are especially invited to be present The officers of the church will prepare tho emblems and the Lords Supper will be C served I- yw bf c Two Folated Questions Ama relrt What is tho of ortiehjuui lumpen uir u you eft nut yet n belter price for 111 An + As theh iiq no diiibronco in the price the public will buy only tho Itotter I dQun so that whilo our profits may bo smaller srenteri How eau you gtt the public to know bevtlurI If both articles are brought promi certahtto bo triedanet veryquicklyeels t11 tilljChamhcrluln0e f dCIemlcdupllnhuufuullt1I 1 tortri t with cxnpgorutcU daiUI but are certaint to return to the ono remedy that they know to 1k niM 11i for couphs I lloCillunllorinint 0c salebyNetvporeof r beginherJanuaryi 2nJ Jlliw DeMxI iinn teacher tried and true i nil lovers of music should availl themselves of this opportunity to take either instrumental or vocal music aYYIIwt t YNw j tffe1pv 20 Years MAUY LEWIS wtfo of n pronil MKSj tartan and well known hyl nil old roslilonU year liclmont N Y writ Tor twTfyneven jt iir I had been uronxtaut miffTor from nervous jrotrton 111111111 1 tf i nr IY fur ova tofjni idvtrllI 1 r t IJ lhout Uu rJt TLriu yiaii i io uy cuiulillon vra nlnrmlnp tltv leNt foist would Mtnrtlo 111- 11uunune tee I win usable to sleep land n I uuroberof HluklnK IIpcl und slowly draw won 1 begun iuing Dr Mllon Itubtorativo Kervltw nod Nerve and Ltrcr Till At ilrtt tliotufdtclnusccmodtolinvo no effort hut efts taking a few lwlttlc t I tan to notice acbanro I resUxl tcteatnight my apt c fife becn to improve and I rapidly ptcw better until Dc w 1 am tut nearly restored iw healthI nnu tlf 211 non loaV OXDCcL Cal JrII ThiDr Miice lUrncdioi MO old by all tire Plata under a pi Ilvc giianatee tint beetle boneu or money re funded Book on tila erjtcjof tolirirt a- dvcrnaAd rru nitI MILIW MK1 ICAL CJ KUhurt lad f I Ul1SlFLOWERS SHADE Tnait iIllgt1T8 NllrSgriC8 E Tt L8as0 Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Fruits and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Vine Small Fruits Hhubard Asperses and nil Ktooh grown in Nnraeriei1- Priooi reasonable as we employ no agents apPUolUon IllFi HILLBNMBYER LEXINGTON KY 1Priaac 278 r RJI nHYANS FOK Pearson Clark WHOLESALE + GROCERS LEXINGTON KY EdaafjFCHA Situoticn fa A BookKaeplg eusm 31 PKOHOORAPHYTHBWrfihg t TeleiTaohv =lJr GENERAL WRSMITH U2 y3NCrO KY For circular r f Mi audni and rupoaJlMa COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KV URIVERSilY- AvrnrdMl Mctfnl nt World Cxposttlotl rillftlCotlion Dooki and IL and In salts about t0Sbortb11d Ty Writi7g sad Telegraphy bialtlsG cnhi Kentucky Cnlrfnlty Diploma nn r ttdeilrttlNoToratlonueucrrQIIIIyNokFntetylAd traly lWU rtadeare II atrmdaaa Darr scar F t TRAININGI 1X JfEED STABLES A I hero cellIand desirehorsespnsturu nt reasonable rates u I r 1 earl w FAS ytiii They banish pain life 2rY Also for tho convonienca and accom of guests of tho Day at lintel Green L Park Hotel nt have nearby two hitclass stables whuro will keep bugles horses and hacks hire at all times Per NOIIH vohiclo to meet them at MoCuiiNtty can tulephono mo and havo desired vehicle or naddlo homo promptly will also have lull supply of hack for hire to clruumior which will bo in charge of careful drivers and for which they can contract by tho day for any length of time fra JGS leriiioiis Intending to visit Day lull Swango Springs will ho mot at either SlfiSS MeCiui cj or Torient with team nnd driver andl will have ploannro In ship plug water for them whenever desired Pay mid Swango witter fresh nnd fret on ice and sup for guests nt L Park Hotel JTAYLOR DAYr rJrtfnrn n M n iJI n DO MOTTS u a Uin U mUjh ii PILL CLllllllt wt NafTh trratrrmtMlr rr rvve nrolraflnn trnt all 0I AI r tiah rI Its t Il r r x tu1 1tyIU rutratlun1r11 lv ItMfinlii lrul liiK Nitiiillr KniUnluln niilhfnl Knot y liilalWiryiKi ito 110 dIteenurrletualwilohteuttotnnI i ii ry l tall AUI liiiiiiliy Wiiiu Pit i ISnA rlUl1li rir t r8aAlItYfA nIIfcucuatr1l LNU dIluudCbloa Hl r anti prolong J I I n n 1 rI r gONEg GIVES RELIEF i iI I I J No matter what the matter is one will do you good arid you can get ten for five cents A rxNr rtt rtvt ew b4t VU CP4g r11LM t1t t4 m irM nrntMMt r1M1 I r atNIlti ayrwflCSfre D1MIo VN Y1 rrthr-M na r f errarIJtaM4 rMtranr od3ll rat t I 1Ik Nry tAr w6 t 1aar 1 Jtue J r 7nrt r n la r t7 a111 a t tr a ++ ua Es4 utV aNIaeo li Auta w1 a14M1SSQ- QyII iy IIi I 1 Jf4 g t I 7r1 19C 4fSuta 9 t1r9OF BEAfTrVILLE KYI Tile leaninu Insurance llUBQt of Estrqs K6ntnnrIJ KKIJlKSEXT8 Nor 1 ISUT TIll OLD AND 11KLIADLE OOMIAKJCH liberalrcontenlplateebuilding I lot No I nUl s l f Iln thl lI i I LI MRS S D KASa +I- I MillinerII L1Pashfoaabio LLfiAZGIti KY j- iI lI r I I I I II I I f l lI I Jon lntNTINO 18 TilEHERALD lII T ud tho chttalt err j Ii t modation louse and Torrent opened livery enddlo for wiihing any 1 nnLi O r l IOn+ flttorneyaiLawJ CoLLrmo A SiiiciAi ry ANDRe TUJtKS IrOJtlTIY MADri 451 W Jcrmtsox Stnnirr LOUISVILLE KY Ilnfcronoo J Taylor Day Hazel preen a OLD AILS Clean sad Nlen for stile tWI uHloe at X8 carte perioor it 1 c I w i 4 w dtlii 1 IidNldtillflfhi acC W I I I AH IRREPRESSIBLE CONFLICT i t tChere Mut lie a Chi nice In Our Plnan clal Affalmanil Silver IteitoreU to Itr lllshtful Place Cotton l quoted it4a cents per pound and wheat at GO cents per bttiholI It was the promise of the republican party thnt if It was given power HO that the money question might he decided inI favor of the gold Ktntidnrd nil nicer talnty would pans away confldenc- would be renewed und1 prosperity would1t come swooping along as u natural re suit Advantapcoiis circumstances arose following the nucuess of Mr Me Klnlcy to lend sonic plausibility to thinI claim With western when selling n t cue dollar n bushel followed hit a few months Inter by n foreign war the certainty was felt that the people would forget the hard times and that the agencies of revival would go to work at once t The months of summer have passed away the war Inns become matter a LUtory and we are now garnering the second crop after the advent of Mr Me Klnley into power The result 1 Is that western wheat which had been so large 1y boomed owing to n wheat corner and Providential cauhcx Tins gone back to Its normal profitless price anti that cotton has fallen to low tvater mark thus threatening not only the southern planter but the western wheat grower with an indiscriminate ruin in which there scents to he nothing ahead for tho agricultural class but a condition of serfdom as hopeless ns tint width prevailed In KiiMtla but without the tftinnllnnshlp which even the IJusKinn kjMem threw around Its unhappy agri mlturlHts The farmers of lhN entire wheat er- are n now holding meetings pledgingI themxelvcK to hold their grain back and thus attempt to rule tho price to tomothlng like profit The movement bas iiKsunudl such large proportions that thu metropolitan press iIs forced to give it attention which they denied Its twin movement In the south whci tUOIl was the subject consideration i It Iis held by tin farmers of the west thnt it costs fully 00 cents a bushel to rnlM theft wheat Vet the hlgh st Melee which wheat has reached in the Minneapolis market lint born 01 cent s The average price obtained by the farmers throughout tilt y + hlIII rnwllllf Ina has been even less than tin cenU to that these growers who were fo prosperous under the npur of Itiisslnn purthtItItg tIAltogether these two agrarian move mentK mean much more than appen upon their face They menu that the Agricultural distress belongs to no sec I tlon and that there must bo sonic con I non underlying cause for the dcstiti r protluingproduclllexnctious of the single gold standard legitlntnfuuctioni is It 1Ilflslntlnilhldtprime of the other Tact It not be tunnmcd In the face of these farts that the present decline populism throughout this count- mcnns any decline in the earnestness of the people for redress It was their very desperation that they bro army front tho old III t Ithrlrnlyears ago and struck out wildly new linen for redress which could not come to them in such spasmodic r forts That movement has recoiled anti hereafter the toiling millions will 1 recognize the democratic party as the only agency through which they can pnrtYtvhhadch a rights over since the formation of this government will cop tInuc to rrprcac those rights and to tight the cause of nppreasoTheI have never been stirred before In the middle of the McKlnloy adnilnl s tnillon from west 1IIIIIIIOUthl01Ueli the cry of nonproductive labor It w pltlItIingathe greatneos of our country rests ThrnMiitistbc n change thnt change must bj reform I a sctentto S SUcnnstltutlonal function This alone si cUll bring about the good prices for which tho southern planter and the western wheat growers tire now agi tat ingsiThis is the fight of the future at it ts just nn well to look it In the facet Atlanta Constitution Ihl ILpnltl tlr the lhlllAr Equity demands that debts should lie cut IK half as often as the purchas- finff power of money Is doubled when the increase in the value of the money Ik mused by the source of money sup ply being cut oft hIwStlnrJKnlghtWa tollman Fiilr Queitlon Ylmt will It profit n nation to plixbauiu of its people homeless depend to rtlUt and miserableu t r r- r tt- THE WAY IT WORKS Ilotr linKlnnd HoliU On to Her Gold Hell SecurltlenJtiBlcnil of Ship Iilnir Ilulllun England Is holding to her gold wit great tenacity Through the flan of England she is vigorously fighting to prevent any great slow of gold tc the United States And so for hut fighting has been crowned with hae1of the water much unexpected success In lighting to hold gold the Hank 1 Kngland reduced Its loan by 48000 000 during the right weeks ended Sep tember 24 and raised the hank rote dlticoiint It also went into the Lon don money market with consols UritUli government bonds for cellot crillnnd borrowed money Thus itI rtlffened money rotes and forced aI propAllrtAUItot gtuefna securities for the loans called Thlif meant n pressing down of prices rat I In n general way a check to merchan dise imports anti stimulus to exports And thus the drain of gold ttuachreL I III a slight degree Hut the radical check the check looked for to bring success is over the calling of loans on American area ri tins WWII the furred sale of such ecru rI ties upon the American market SuchI cxdlnllgcthntillngalnst which drafts may he drawn nod forwarded in place of gold n draft by letter taking the place of n keg of 15goldgoltlnutwith their reserves depleted and InI notch nerd of gold to replenish the goldhiltdid the New York banks contract theirI loons by 10000010 during the some right wek that the Hank of lngliu contracted its by SISOOOOOO The re stilt of the contraction of ontsIn Xc York was to take away the sustuinit power behind rosary securities Of course prices wore pronsod down nnd those who owned the securities or ti products lot money Yet what cared the gold gang for this Hut pressed down as these securities were the Hank of Kugland forced Hritish hold ers of such securities to port tvii iholr gold A 111 the pressing of Ile Ish holdings un our markets caused xtlll further pressing down of prier li lurst llIlIIPIlIlllluI her gold This lighting for gold is ruining business entailing losaes litul stopping the wheels of industry over the world How lung will the masses of the people permit themselves anti their Interests to be sacrificed to the single gold standard moloch That which surprises must people IIlwuJIIfuilI ties at It pinch anti export mall baps of goltThisexchangerrfollowsKngland 1 Iis tin great creditor na tiotntthrwurldtolheexteniatnhoke ut year represents a principal of somewhere hltWI gofiii cr creditor classes n eautyear ox ample the Imports into the United Kingdom WIt valued at UltOMHU her exports JlIIJjflOOIt nn adverse trade balance of A l7000000 or about 7SOUOOOO Hut though site thus bought CIITOOOOOO1 of 1IIetchllllll- ituotl than she soul her Imports as ratexports ef gold balanced within JC2S7 The greater purl of this scorning ad verso trade balance of c ilil7000000 was balanced olt by the interest ac cruing on loots made abroad and the shipsThe slutIIIDnrlngthlpresent cspurtltd tt ported X S3 17S7WW an adverse hal ance ofe 102000 GOO 300100100 t gllhleltIxl by the exerlse of ways we hit noted The whole worh11s mode to pay tr Incd1 high tine th the United Stntci nt least were mak ing another declaration of IlIdlp tclllIull State Uoglstor Price Price Ih an expression of the relation existing between money and other things The relation that n dollnr bears to other things is determined by the number of doilars in existence The purchasing power of ten dollars IU ten times that of one dolu und vice hebI equal every ther hence the putter of n single one exchange for other things depend I pon the entire number In extitente CONFRONTED BY DEFEAT The Republican Hnv n Poor Out look for SucceU In tlio Fail lilrctlotm Advices from the national capital are it effect that viewed from Wash ington the political outlook Iis ucH promising for the republican party Democratic success at the full elec ttie ns It is sold will not come as a sur prUt to the republican campaign mali get thoro The latter while wear cumtcartUkgrcslonal elections show n dear oornlic victory There is no dodging the acct say the Washington ndvlccs that the win department method ve proved a burden The republican managers peeress to fear that the pstrttofl maul districts but general popular lsKIII t will manifest itself in both the rat that is rust and the vote that I ofnut cast ihror1111tIIPlliIIHInationrIt is hard to understand how It could acbr otherwise in the light of recent rec ords The administrations absolute Mirrcidor to partisan political inter oftenidI fata injury of the soldiers to the provocation of the people anti to tin necessarilyeInvite public condemnation The our burning issue whose Influence is felt in nl electoral fields Is the I issue of the ramps depopulated by disease and Marvntion brought on by inoompe teary and neglect This is the national Issue thnt forces itielf into every run test alai which will affect every result There is no en rt lily reason why tin republican managers should not be dismayed in contemplation tho out 51k for the prospect rs it spread out before tie intelligent public gaze discloses the utter rout of n party I that deserves to be routed Republic titut jovornmtnt is offensive to every man who is not a hidebound devotee att 11c shrine of the g o p Hingham ton Lender p JUGGLEDul Iroplurd1tllV illlltllllKN til Klllll Iht gIenplrAttempts hoer Intel boon made by toaura holding positions under the fed eral administration nod bi men vtlm hate been hired to work for a g M stamlurl to show that wages have not jughI ntcchnnicitrasa State thoroughfirI congress + ts that st thoI opposite i9i tin oust InI isil i commit tee of the United tit nhs scar ate made a thorough investigation of the ratio subject of wages John Ii5 Carlisle was a member of this com mittee It mane an exhaustive report illstud showed that from 1SIO to 1S71 wares had nearly doubled but in tin1 Inngiiiigc of the committee Vifter 171 there was a lilt lltl railing off Tin oommlttoi then shows that while ther was a slight rise aboil 1SSO in wages isi never retohcd the pout occupied be fore and that afterwards there was a continuous decline One method of juggling with figures which r some ingTheI a corporation whioh as a rule hue not been reduced are added to the sum prod lilt workmen in this way they et a High average For example tnkf t corporation which formerly em placed 00 men and gate each on an average SliOO a your making StfOOOO for IOn nt the saute time it paid one high oHIolal 10000 a year by adding thh to the m 000 would make this pay roll 70000 then dividing this sum by 101 being tin number of employe inclin tteurlydl porn lion snag today employ only J11 men anti give each on nn ova rnt only JIOO making SS30W IIt pays he pros rut 1 hsch official 10000 which nddr to tin SiVOOO makes the presezU pay roll 33X0 dividing that sum by 5t makes scarier Sin as its average al though formerly twloi1 ns many uses were employed us now and rant than tnt ont Ilfth snore than he got now This inintrr te+ the H tinge that whilis figures dont He linrscan figure nrLel lit Pfoiili Annuor I saw a statement In n gold standard thattwe are now prosperous had about toiUnithsuutentsit0 answer to such wild state forulfIr every manufacturer for every business you for every roil road man and every honker to answer Wo have unlimited resources have tho most productive country in the world vo lan every kind noel character of i indmtry anti the Ingenuity enterprise push std Intelligence of our peer Iplo ore unsurpassed anywhere there fore wo should be prosperous and Imp pylobo T Altgcld Gov Tanner of Illinois uon IJghtUceDostoIlUerald MIlS PJNKHAM TALKS ABOUT OVABITI8 t l t Lotter from Mrs Oorrio F 1Bood j j fjf Ovaritis 01 Inf1nmmntlon of the varies may result from sudden stonnln- 1 aooMiscoBsri KEMEVPIITooubtepkCrent mentioning rtoODI1IIII RPwNUWDISCOVIRYgtveseae lnateaI the monthly How inflammation ofthe TheslightestQL tbeonriesH Inlifantnttentlon sadaterrorsneglect Tho fullest counsel t subjectwriting to Pinkhnm Lynn adviceYourseen by women only CAIUUE F TitRMPKR Lake Ind 11 whoso letter Is 11ftroubles by Lydia E Pinkhams ICompoundIcongestion PINEITAMI was tio I painfulIWombIrregular r had let it until I couldnot sit up and could not straighten my left leg My physician relief but euro me Rending the test monials of different women telling what Lydia 12 Pinkhanis Vegetable Compound had for them 1 decided to give it a trial I ILnInlmnst rrren hopes us I hud sufkrni untold agony The first doso helped mc And now aft using eight bottles of Vegetable Compound bottle Blood Purifier ono box of Liver I am proud to say I am as well as I over was I might have saved a largo doctors bill and much suffering had I tried your precious medicine in the beginning of my sickness All in the village know I was not expected to live when I hud the first and second attacks fact I had no hope until I began taking your Vegetable Compound It has saved my life A Million Women Been Benefited by Mrs Plnkhams Advice and Mcdldic use for duster theres no dust on I Ii le xItsells too fast I PLUG Every dealer who has handled Battle Ax knows this to be a fact There is no old stock of Battle Ax where nothing but fresh anyIIBattle Ax sells five times more any other brand in the All who chew it never worldII Remember the name you buy again GJ2vVV11rNFD + Y p r rN rw+WWN aNINN Nu n INTHEI SAP BF tioI I I 3rt Use Our Well I ralluresWrite e i n remedy TrUI pke rnouirh to cureomeeuebrmalt2actatampapplicant tendlna t hat amount andthis paKe Itllrr I Oolure III of tetlmoDtalInl 10 dayJrrco BrLU kaUl06Ui9Ittra- ryLj Lui 6 VI from k IX I Mrs nt I and 11 bins Vega of 1 go on I gave mo failed to done up one of Pills In Have a WN bY001Y i Q ii Stock Speculators I t t I prolltableCB4 U Ij It o Itox24YT Iew Vnrk I PRINT MUSIC Or AH Kinds VM F KT1KUSON I 124 UoTarument lINer ClncinnmHi 0 a All fIE AIISLIIRtSWushWNENE In Tmtm ail Cso i time iiotd bl drucrtda- PTION 1 v rTHE GOLD STANDARD peer it Han Ikea KncunrnKcil and v Fostered liy the OflluclioliUrB and Money Lcndem fj There was no agitation In fuvor of Adopting a single standard uiiil about the beglnnliiir or this century when a number of writers dlsiussud It In jH2 Citizen llerenjer who hud beet Deputized by the French government report ill this questiontc snake 11 reported In fuvor of n single silver ntnmi erd Not gold lllt silver lleren er eras one of the ablest men thin have written upon this question nid it Iis noticeable tint ho advaneod in 1802 fafore been advareel in favor of a fold stand art JfL the singlel Ktandard iiien of lodiiv he took the ridiculous position I of fiercelyI cot tIlIlli IIg that tin gv eronieut could oct hicriiise or d1r Create the piirchtisin power of a metal tluit the whole inatler wits nf tilatfd by commerce nn i yet insteadI 1 of leaving it to commerce he sebum for year in season and out of fa on to get tilt government to adopt ant metal and strike down the other by law In 1M Lord Mwipnol succeed td In getting the English governuu fl t to adopt the gold standard by hlwlIlIlI- lls 1 principal Mtgunuiit in favur ot it was that other iitions of IhCIIIIwere using silver alnmsi tclusielyI end Iif IICrglaad adopted jgullaile eolnri It III denominations that were not in use in other countries hir liionty would be loss liable to be drawn front till tcland and tlnt when it was drawn from tit island it would have a constant tendency to return The idea of getting an advantage over other countries by the use of gold was e not t Inn I luiught of This ul vantage ruse laser out of tit fact that Knghind hav ing become the great commercial nod flilpowning rationI of the world and London tit grout financial center her people got the benefit of the exchanges am in tiinVpot I tin benefit of al those mlvantagts which irc reaped by men who handle large Minis 01 money and are ii a situation to compel others to nine nod deal wtII them Three were inimber of minor steps taken by sonic nf the governments which n erd tint be noticed In this brief survey but the mlvocnicKof a single standard increased in number and were finally divided into three classes One clas that wanted uniformity of coinage in order to escape confusion which resulted from a great variety of coins issued by filffercnt small principalities Tins liiss did not believe I that there Will enough of either mrtal in tit world to do the orhlV business and favored the theory of having sonic count lies ndrpt gold and other countries adnpt sliver Aroilier class was made up chiefly of professors who advanced arious the ories which IThey wanted to have put nun primcc I lie tliHil and more ipow erful lininrh iditsistid of the great cred itor Hanis win wanted to IIIUII Monty dIva and of ner all the ofll vial Hanis who hold oflu e for life mewl ilrnv salaries front the i overiment Iuglatndhelugparliament in I IfM and Iit tit act re newing the charier pnrllamiit provid ti goldfafter be offered at Cl ITsid per ounce of standard gold In other words iIt hyInwI oI1I1111IHhaJoo- pr for it Had It provided by law that the bank must buy every pound of wool pounditI per prilIfort were limited in quantity and Itills would have been due not to business or commerce but to the arbitrary act of government shout thin time of the green discoveries of gold In California end Australia the creditor and olllee pdlISIortldmonctlutlon of gold and Holland us tllu = some of the smaller ierinan states actually demonetled gold for 1 time Soon after KSilI when it be nine evident that the new gold fields were not going to deluge the world the Citation in favor of Demonetizing imiltttornfl tional monetary conferences were IIIhlIIt different times at which the idea of MablUliinjr a lnglc gold standard was stronglyI pressed although the folly bytonneiers of the world but the influence of- the oflieeholding and moneylending quietllarryII in Ilseitiati1e101111Duties make a difference in whltherIIltrefact lit or runitsn IIclIIIUst be abandoned even n thte Country The highest protcc Ion ever aecor1etl to tonne miunummares hat proved n loss of revenue anti j tampered production to the utmost to beginlips tobtI t protectionThe abroad at nil they must commercialRMilwaukee Journal r av THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY Prlrirlplca 1 IeCtaand Vomb- lnntlun of Cnitltul The democratic ofIpeople as Abraham Lilt coin would it IUmonoJlolltcomhlnlltlollllthl hankIngp dust rles do not belong to the demv erotic party Their esUtenee ilrnenriiupon class leglilatlon and government favoritism AK they understand the philosophy of existence the eommoo people Lire upon the earth to be hewers of wools and drawers of water for them hence they solid him no sync pushy with any 1jolitleal ytem tinI demandMl an divisiont of th i joint product of capital and sabot Tim principles of the democracy are dli j metrically opposed to the doctrine of catr ba = ed upon wealth filched front the none andsinew proc1l1lIrspeople TheI democratic party ricel not recog nle the right of the government to make favorite of any inssof citienand legislate opportunities for theta t1tvery naturalh the trusts and other forms of favored capita combinations would not take 1 kindly to it Hut not all the common eople ap ndlnytogetltt racy Some of them fail to et how they ire being drown Into the net of goadtlnctions of existence A system ofcli visionI of the joint eiriifngs of labor and capital which gives labor the shell and capital Ilse 1 kernel is wrong in principle tad injurious in practice t ti prnplrfailformed more nail more into mere 11- nehinesiioklhori vying1 but money ivrg machines for the trusts and monopolies Not all the common peo pit rerllv that the 11111of the re publican party Iis to gradually circum scribe their opportunity to emplsv their hrnn and skill until they mire firmly and securely bound to the eon tract labor systemic Not all the com mon people sec that they are jin iiir from 2 i per cent to 2ni per cent tutor frr UIIIflf lon llIIptloll thins I illt or fair tint our Industries may undclel competitors in markets o 1 Kitrnpe and Asia Not all the common people see thai the political control of the coi itry IIs de tincd to pass to the trusts andl money powers If theyriu not array themselves in political hos busty to the party that Is doing ties things It IIs surprising that timers hould h a Single oc of the common people wlia does tint set slow surely and certaiiily tli1 leaders of the republican party ari circumventing the tights mind prlv ilegos of wage ellruers There is an object lesson in the effort of the coil birous of Virilen ill to foyer down till ett us or white labor by Importing degnded negroes which the common peope might study wjth profit to IhlIIHl lut they have lead inn dreds offneli lessons ir lilt past and they should have profited by them be fore this More mind more Iis th policy of the republican party transforming the common people into nitre inn chiius to grind out wealth for Ithe caste set which that party IU eslnlc liiing i irI America Hut if the coiumniI people mil that sort of thing If they hav lost ther miinhc od eau inde pendence of thought tnd charade they belong to the rank and file of the arty that iii using them as tools In building up iirperialismI I in America Nan = ts CHy Times The Money liiiNtlnn The money qtuctlon remains 1 the real issue now and forever or until It it I rightly settled It is net sixteen te one or bust but it Is sixteen to one anil victory It IU the battle of the plain people the workers the thinkers the men who fight the battles and pay the tuxes against r rganled greed1 and consolidated privilege The gold standard must go The people nave smiles It and they menu It and in this land of democracy tin oice of tin people is the will of iod We Mute set free Isle serfs of tIlt Spuflu hi colonies now let us push the lighting and fre our own people from the serfdom of Xoldhugiim and Markhannalsm The Chicago platform IIs our shibboleth IM is the new declaration of independ ence anti upon this solid rock of jot tire and right the plum piople of Aim Tien plant their standard and will light to the ftnlshand may the lied of truth be with usMIssN lpp Valley Democrat If lrtto believe nil the testl- mouv before Ihe comtnlsslou of inquiry regarding the excellence of the arrangement trade for the comfort of the soldleM In the field and in th lamps we should have to turn rouirl and hold muss meetings to wing tin praises of Secretary Alger and denounce the thousand of soldiers who persisted in dying from disease am starvation as ungrateful mischief ma- ktrlrohieIcl Toiirnnl The president has discovered that what we want S Is new markftf Then wbits the matter with lees jo tection and freer trade V LouUrUt Times 7R COIN CURRENCY Onnkruiitp and Iiulanlrlnl 1nrnlrele Have Kotlcmvd n Slnxlr Uald- Ktnnitnrd For tone years during anil after tits l iur we were on n paper bull end foi awhile a puper dollar was tuft wortl aver 40 cent In gold but our people prospered as they hued never prospered before There were no strikes and nt tramps labor was employed and Will content There were enterprise thrift and Industry everywhere Then wi rontracted our currency and paid the iwful price of six years of paiile wit all the misery and ruin which it sprent river the land in order to get on A colt ir specie oasis as it was then called Vow look lit the prier our countrj with the rtst of the world Is paying foi this gold standard Hankruptcy par aly is ruin endless piilTerlng and mist for all these joirs nnl we nr jetting aliMilutely zothlug In returr or It Debts have bfin urnctlcalli loublcd by law that bri condition thaI was created by law which so nf frets prices that It forces the dcbtni 0 soil tItvtce as much property as wa formerly needed to pay lilT lilt debt All the great European eouutrleH an jven tOrte ofT than we are A yeai ngo Mr Depiw returned from n gen IllI tour of 1Europe and in an inter hew Mated that the one thing wlilcl it ruck him everywhere was ihe IIImm4 uulverval paralysis In the industrlet ind in tradt and the misery which goes with It In making this statement lie simply rifled whit other travel Irs 10 well as the 1 Kuroprar writers have already proclaimedI to the world No man lies pounced out or can point out wherein the people of the worbij have derived one dollars worth of ben Ill by till adoption of the single gold = tanlard This fearful l11II Liu tit of the ifeblood of thr nations of the earth huh guilt practlally for nothing laic there Is no hope or prospect of restor ug the prosperity and happliie ol Jill peojile until this grist wrong S N in = ome manner righted VIEWS OF A STATESMAN UlMlilcf of the JoliI Stniultiril Iorrt- util liy nit OlitTliiit MIII- Iliir of the Somite The mischief would lie grunt indeed filII the world were to adopt hilt one if the precious metals as the stand nrd tJl value To adopt gold alone wouM diminish the specie currency nine than onehalf and the reduction the other way should silver be taken is the only standard would be large nough to prove highly disastrous to She Lumen ncc Inureda reference ICI tin history of the precious metai end the general course of human pro iiiiction can scarcely fall to convince us that there hilts been a constai tendncy to appreciate their yahoo ut ompftred with the residue of the uroprrly of tit world and that cvcj xtriordlnaiy increase of the supply of t ii precious imtals of which we liav toy accoiiM lint exercised r highly beneficial HTcet upon liumMi ntVairs When cnntrnctK mire made a standard which Is constantly fief racing th advantages mull on iile rf capital as against labor and prodictlvc energy Iis cramped by re eeivitig less than a fair share of the profits of the enterprise lleforc the invention of substitutesI for payment in eou mall before the Increased supply of specie frond the discovery of America human history is full of till trifr between debtor mind creditor tad 1 timan legislation Iis rife with ex I periments to limit the encroachlny and engrossing power of capital The was ancient legislation of which lye have authentic account extinguished mill di his every seventh year Interest was tint often received yet the fuel was felt that capital received profs enough for UK use in the appreciation of thi value of the standardIt M T Hunter Iint the United States Senate Marcl I 8 1S52 A new assessment hits been levied by Mark Hanna upon the protected industries In order to raise the neces uirv films with which to hubdue the rebellious people in the approachint1 congressional elections There IIt scarcely one American manufactured artiest for which the American peopU lave not to pity from SO to 200 jier cent more than that ItlclItltlIlurtltc h soul for in foreign countries lKuropc AKU and Africa ply for American good that much leis than cur own people std the difference goes to swell the profits of our protected classes when ever there goods are sold in the home market There will he no trouble un der such circumstances in raising c great corruption fund as the manufac turers arc not only grateful for past favor but hopeful of furore yet tc tome Denver Post- Republican orators have settled town to the work of defending the uo nilnUtratioD It IIK not so much a earn paign of apology for the corruptior and favoritism of the admlnuTatior an it in one of justification but which needs an Immense amount of explain hug nnd defending Thin mktats thai the policy of Ihe administration U not to be changed In any way but the people are to be made to believe that the administration knows better dins countryIIiaUEatI Vheitt f3 A Bnihel tome farmers are holding their repeat because they think the price will gtf to f2 a bushel IliC price however may go down instead of up and thus great losses will fol low delay iu selling In all matters delays are dangerous particularly so in sickness At the lint sign of bilioutness dyspepsia in digestion or yourself with llostettera Stomachttters Dont watt for your condition to improve itself for it is apt lo get wane still One on tho Judge notlongbox on behalf of the plaintiff whoso coun eel was cvntnininp her Now madam the lawyer began plenty bytheyouheartaiOh they arc unfit for any respectable nnpwerThanthejudgeCincinnati Then She flat Down In Ilnwaiisaid the man who wag oc copying the ureatcr part of two seats the petInsaid the women who wax hanging on to a stroll apparently speaking to the woman next to her theIwomen often marry IIOK IIIImmediately thereafter three men got up prelerredtoIlewor of Ointments fur Catarrh Tint ContJitn Mercury u mercury will surely destroy the wale of smell and completely derange tho whole sys tem when entering it through the mucous surfaces touch article should never be used except on prescriptions from re rumble physicians as the doinago they willI do is losftblyderivemanufactured by FJ Cheney CoToledo 0t contains no mercury And is takeu inter iiallyI uctini directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Yells Catarrh Cure bo uro you get the gen tine It JH taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney dt Co Trsti nionmlH free Sold by Druirgints prier 75c per bottle Hulls Family Pills are the best Ifs Knov limn hrolhlrdoillappearanceI me snid the caller with u commendable desire to be pleasant throughthei that evvrlastin Siinpkin ngainl Detroit Free 1ress The Value of Hn rliner With what a gracefully sweeping motion she handlcM n fan Yen MIC used to keep the flies olT the table in her fathers Onmhn lunchroom Cleveland Ilaiu Dealer Swift The fight was nil over in n minute siid the witness Why it was nil wont as quirk goodbylndianapo1ix1 Advice Quickly TnUrn- 1hynician You urn living too high Patient Thats soj Ive got to get a cheaper doctorO i Viral Iu Cure Cold In Ont Dny Take laxative llromo Quinine Tablet At di UKKistKi refund money if it fails to cure 25e tilldO1noodle and that mongrel pup next door Detroit Free 1icun After phvMciani lad given me up I was saved by PinoV Cure Halph Eric Wil liiitnsport 1a Nov 22 1813 The apiiroval of your conscience is an ex cellent thiiii but it is not Milliciunt to get you u raise of vulary Iuck h A mixed pain has bniiro and sprain St Jacobs Oil cures the twain Womens shoes arc naturally tight when they are full Chicago Daily NCWH Ever thai heirs to aches and pains St Jacobs Oils the doctor The meaner a man is the harder he tries to lower hill record Chicago Daily News Damp weather brings Rheumatism St Jacobs Oil brings the cure promptly thebottomtopAlchlonGlobe This town Iin not no bad off a man whojul yrrtiied for n wife recently got only three rereAtchillon Globe bllt1mto strive for unusual effects You intrude eely d mol she shrieked1ookl 1 ellA ter revealing his fatal passion 1 Or n receipt showing that ho had paid his taxes boYDetroitJournalJ SmithToriesthebeautyit blue was one of the plainest women I tctllilyWhntdllIerence Not the Same fhrng7tI said that the queen of Holland in devoted to dramatic ort and take the deepest interest in amateur acting Oh thcro must be sonic mistake EvertingPostPostMrs i oungwon George you know that 20 you gave me to buy a halt Mr Young MrsYnungwonIVehiIve YoungwooHowMrs Youngwon In order to be economical George I kept the rzo for pinmoney ands had the hat charged Koxbury Gazette Mm Bargain nre you worrying about this morning liargainI need some new clothes and a bicycle and I cant make up my mind whether to get tho clothes at a store where they give away bicycles or to buy the bicycle at a shop where they give away clothes Bicycling World BillWhata funny noise that counterfeit dollar make doesnt IU JillYct its queei Yonkers Statesman x 1 nf 01 d a 1 RWOIJSNIS 1 Do you get up with a headache Is there a bad taste In your mouth Then you have a poor appetite and a weak diges frequentlydizzy drowsy You have cold ICtbutyourfoodto work and the sharp palm of neuralgia dart through bodyWhat the cause of all thla trouble Constipated bo- welsAllers PILLSwill and certain cure Keep Your slaws NMra If you have neglected your case a long time you had better take A ers Sarsaparnta also It will remove all Impurities that havo been accumulating in your blood and will greatly strengthen your nerves Write fie DeoforThere nay bo something aboel your tsar you do not qulto andsstand Wrfto the doctor frotlri till him how you are stuttering You will promptly rerelro tuo twit medical mlvlc Address Dr J 0 dyer Lowell Mad Youd rather have an stet Organ ofcourse but you only have so much r money 110w much Write and tell us Estey Organ Co Brattfcboro Vt TAPEWORMS A tape worm eighteen rest Inc ii- lust came on the acorio after ray taklov twit rytakingt notice by sensible people Uxo W I10WLK8 Ilalrd Uw CANDY CATHA TIC TMADI UMN utownmo ItsGoodOURE CONSTIPATION aldtg aey CNr hip Ytrel s Y5 aleLMOTOIAC gisuadJZZTobsccotry s s td gUOOT1VINCfSTm JOADEr 11Qlli 5NEL1 lIsle BY AIlTIft bAMJtON StIrs t Imo JofDNAMrCHAIWrALM 11152 MIl uu3T1M1tJJ O7AUwlf NCrmR IltPfATJN AIMS I JlOlfacartt4ttMnrfbHrt ewII Top Snap HTACKL B Caupleteerosnsos s Doable e1t 9LLrAN KE 17SU WHEN WKXTIKW V AHYKZTy1t1sEI please state Neat fits silty tIM lvtarMlr MM M MM pepMr Yr I nndancr U D IIe11 a llntfnr iwrtoiuirnt rrilf I 1nwwwmid lUna M A JrtcaUtI OOUNTrjEVS1 NOTES i JOfflrTo limtiro iiipprtion ALL corres pondpticp mast Iii In thin olllco by S Mont ny iilplit of inch week and J that ncarhy nn Monday innriiini p TOLIVER TOPICS Horn to tho wife of Wm Clark Jr a girl Hon W 0 Mine wm in Toliror last week on busnioss- T John L Thomas teas Iin Tollvor one dqy Ilast week on businos ifwj Pieratt has returned1 from tho blue jf bthse where ho had been on busineA- IUOH LHWSOII and Prank Williams have moved to thuir farms on the Urutthy foVkof Blavernt George w80nlof Wellington has Leon visiting roUtlvwuuid frkinMii this part the past woek Berry Jtol loser and stator Mrs J II AVii hn of t iNrpiburp have been visit ing in Toliver the past week 4 f- IPO Murphy bought n farm of Joe Pjeratt for 1050 Jin thinks of moving totho bluegrrsi in tho spring Henry Stamper bought apiece of land ot Howard Mnnnin for S2ift Howard contemplates going to Heaver Uncle Jack Sweeney and daughter Miss Frances left Thursday morning for Lox ington where they will visit relatives and friends Dr Templcton preached to n well be laved congregation nt Santiold school house lust Sunday Hro Templcton is n good talker nod U well versed in tho scriptures Nov S Snixnn 8PRADHNG SPANGLES Grant Sprndllng is erecting n dwelling house flips K Tint Sr went to Cnmplon ono lfty last week Dr H II Stamper was in our midst last week on business Willow Shackelford visiting person- S S Stmckolford this weeko lamas M Drown went to Hnrcl Green on busitics one day lust week John Will Cox hud n cow to die one night last week cause unknown High water damaged the dam of the Swindling tunnel mill considerably William Terry last week killed a hawk that measured four feet from tip to tip of wings Doc Hays returned Saturday front Breathltt county where ho had been vis iting relative and friends Rev J W Doauo will leave Tuesday for Cincinnati whore ho will visit rein times and friends for two weeks James Gosucy last week sold to Char ley Day of Mnytown n bird dog for a razor and some other chattels etc Thomas M Tutt hRS contracted with n Michigan Co to build 12 or 14 miles of tram road on Parch Corn and will hire bands in this section 011 Qosncy nnd S S Shnckleford have taken a logging contract in the Calaboose country and Charley thinks it would bo advisable if his friend John H Rose would quit blncksmithiug and i r1Y T43If Rlxgevttteoia Rbig la tile new Slog ont the false Ring in tho true We bring to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway DR BELL- SPineTarHoney Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs nnd Bronchial Tubes The sore weary cough worn Lungs are exhila rated the microbebearing mucus Is cut out the cause of that tickling is removed anJ the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Is no Inclination to cough SOLD DY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottles Only 26o 50o and 100 Slier IBE SURE YOU GET j Dr8 DsIIs PlneYarHoney e come nnd help him log if he over ex pects to gut rich Martin ieukwill mnvo to Lincoln county in n shert llino IHP lists alreadyi- iyiWMl of Hourly nil liis lioiieliuld and kitchen furniture etc- H v Charley McQulnii of tho Cain bnosf prrnchcil nt Mnytown Sunday and en route Informed mo that bis iota Daniel would crone home Christum from Heron and return for tho winter term There was n l ox supper given nt the Bethel church on Tlmnkirivitigi evening the money to Ira IIPI I for churrli repairs The young Indies brought in 1IS boxes which were ui once purchased hy tho young mOil nnd hays and then tho fun bean as no one knew whose box he hudi j until they called the name and number and solute refused to tAt with those who had bought their boxes But that WJH soot settled by exchanging boxes All teemed to enjoy the social very much nnd no one more so than Ova Swniigo ns he got to oat with n Crane Hazel Green May town Toliver nnd Calnboofo were represented nail I think the young men would bo pint if thanksgiving cume twice n year if tho fair sex around Ilethel would have a llox supper There WIIM alwo an entertainment given by the school at this place nt tho church on the night of tho supper with tho following 1ltOtiltAM- Ornmlpaii Spcctnales3iss Leo Tutt- TlmnkngiviiiB1 1 Ionrlle GOMII- VUfeB Mimic GraceIutt Never Morrow Trouble Nnnniu Mrovvn Two 11 tile 1yesInez Gone Music by Mrs Ponne Small Hand + Hollo Clemen Thanksgiving1 IMnn Sharkilford- A MnthurH Prayer Clara Brown Tho Girl for Me1 Joseph IlnuiiNliell Two Days I Like BllISlllllh Creoeh- Iilce Joe Sullivan iosney The Lost ChllrtlJeo Tutt Try to Make Your Homes Itenutlful Miss Don Crane Those who took part in tho exercises acquitted themselves with credit and de servo much praise for their trice behavior during tho exercises Nov 18 StlTEU HOTTOMP CAMPTON CURRENCY Frank Tliomas has just returned from In business trip to West Liberty Jailer L W Combs nnd T F Stamper took Stephen Brown to tho n ylum at Lexington Friday- S S Plnney of Mt Sterling nnd henry Combs of Frcnchburg were reg istered nt the Combs Mouse Friday night There was thanksgiving service nt the Methodist church Thursday night mill Prof Bishop gave nn interesting lecture Toe F Williams and C H Lykinw of Co 0 Ith Kentucky infantry now in camp nt Anni ton Alnl write mo that they nro well and gcttng along all r hope tho boys will soon be rightI out and never moro bo caught canto bait- Mlllard F Horton will get the place of Deputy Collector S M Tutt on Dec lot Mr Tutt having tent in his resigna thou Mr Tutt has made n good deputy collector but ns ho resigned wo are proud to tee Mr Norton honoredwith tho position M ho hRs worked hard for his party from his youth up Mr Yet kw collector of tho 8th district is to bo appointIng tia 1 js iTohn D Chenault of Madison county is a candidate for auditor ot Kentucky and I desire to say that ho should receive the instructions of every county in the Tenth conRrcwionnl district ITe is a Democrat and wse never known to falter when the interests of his party were at stake When tho enemys fiery darts painted hell on the skies he work ed manfully for his party and it was I through his efforts that the lion D G Gilbert of helby county defeated Hun Geo M Davidson tho Republican candidate for reelection to congress Ho hits always been the poor mans friend nnd the wind harps of tho forest will ever sing his praise Ho has filled many hungry mouths nail clothed many staked backs Go into tho county of Madison and mention the namo of John B Chenault and every true anti grateful hcrrt will leap for joy When I walkout at night nod look upward toward tho unobscured sky every star that wanders through illimitable ether seems to shout his praise Every rippling rivulet nnd every glistening sunbeam says vote for John H Chenault nnd Almighty Godsitting upon his majestic throne on high says unleHtt ye vote for John H Chenault ye CUll in no wise enter the kingdom of heaven Novrl SriMMK JACK GILLMORE GLEANINGS The first snow today According to the old adage there will be M snows this winter Married on the 10th inst Henry Chancy to Miss Minnie Nickell May they live long and prosper A U Grahams fatally is moving back from Jackson whence they went I last summer to their old home on ill more creek James II Calhoiiu passed through here unroute home from Freiichbnrg where he hud been attending a land suit between himself tend tho heirs or Itieh and Combs in which he was successful Wm J Graham mill wife rre moving hack to heir old home on Holly creel mid lure Graham requested ye scribe to say to the editor of TUB HKKAID to please change his paper from Gillmoro to Lane Wo are informed that Uov William Chambers of Stillwater will today lend to the altar Jliw Komi Little the only remaining daughter of Eo It Little std wife May their union be ono of peace and happincf We hope totting less Nov U6 UVCIK UKMUS MORGAN COUNTY 0 CONSOLATION CHAT Uncle John McQuinn iis visiting in this neighborhood I S Godacy was caught in the storm at this place Saturday John Taulbee of Stillwnter was visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity Inst week 0 W Cecil huts hind his dwelling house repainted which adds much to time looks of the house Elder Adams will begin a Ringing school At Consolation as soon ns the free school is out Mrs W IL HIankcnship who has been confined to her room with la grippe is able to bo out again- F M Long will move his saw and grist mill from tho Nickell fork to tho farm of Thomas Lee next week Tho little boys of thrv late Widow Cold iron were out rabbit hunting last week nnd a wild cat cut their dogs throat in n rockhousc E F Cecil got so cold in that snow storm Saturday that he couldnt speak and when he got warm ho said it was only n spell of the quandaries ho had J S Nickell whose illness has been mentioned several times in your paper died Saturday morning at 1 0 oclock mid tho funeral services were held Sunday by Revs Pierntt Adams and lUankcu shipNov i2S Tin DRAKK Tho Laborer In Worthy His Hire Thankful to the people of this and tho surrounding community for their liberal patronage since I have been si practicing phyiciun at Hazel Green I wish to say to those who have paid mo that I am ready to answer any or all professionalI I calls night or day and will take pleasure in doing eo But to thoso who have never paid mo anything I desire to say that 1 will tako it as a special favor if yon will pay mo at least n part of mi bill or else employ some other pbysf clan for I cannot afford to practice for you any more on promises Now if you dont menu to pay mo what you owe me for my sake and time sake of my children dont send after me With respect to all A 0 NICKELL M D a JI OBI b J fft NT 1t q 4 srJ rf 4 iIoW ENVELOPES NOTEHEADS BILLHEADS LETTERHEADS SALEBILLS PROGRAMS CIRCULARS CATALOGS MINUTESt 1 8 c c t btU ve have Three Fast Presses a Power Paper Cutter 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sketch and dcacrlntlnn ma quickly nscortnln our opinion free whether Q tnvontloll i1M prubnblp dentablo touununlra tlonnntrlctlyrontldontlnl Hntll1hn k on Patentr sent fro oldest for nucurincpamnt Patents tnkon through Munn A Co rceclTI tprclal notice without clmrgo In tbo Scientific Iti rican Almndsomplylllnstrntod weekly Tersest dr dilution of nay nclentlUo journal Tunas M a year four months el Bolrt ball new dmler MUNN Co361Broad 1Y New York Branch unico IBS F St Washington Uo Some Plain Facts Grave errors injustice wrongs of greater or less degree arise from lack of knowledge of the truth and more frequently from deception The most infamous case on record of deception and injustice is the at tempt to demonetize silver as a money of final redemption in the United StatesThere is no learned judge skilled lawyer or court of justice that is capable of reconciling the effort with the constitutional laws that govern the issue of money in this country The people have been deceived officials in power chosen to administer justice under the laws have ignored their sworn duty and given aid to the scheme that has paralyzed industry reduced property values onehalf and beggared millions There is no authority of law cither specific or by inference bywhich gold alone is made the only money withwhich to discharge debts either public or private The effort to make it so is unconstitutional and a national calamity Plain and ample information facts and truth concerning this almost suc cessful scheme to corner the wealth of the people is now being printed in the Cincinnati Enquirer a neW- Spaper which the combined power of money has failed to muzzle or buy The Weekly Enquirer is only 75c a year The address is Enquirer Company Cincinnati 0 ROLLIN A KASH ATTORNEYatLAW HAZEL GREEN KY Will practice In the courts of Wolfe and tb t l adjoining counties and attend promptly all collections entrusted to him 1 X11