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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iIF 1 r- a I 0 1 4 f jIIE t HERALDEstablishedFamous in tho Gtory of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 1 i J r0gerand CEn Ldltu r The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in tho Kentucky Mountains 100 AYEAR 3 7 r10UI TEEN1iI YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 51800 NUMBER 80 nGOODSni t yrou11in9 AND 1 lriQ7 F3 i lrAFtQ NOTIONS LOUISVILLE KY1 fCferenre i J Taylor Day hazel Ureun t 1 BEEN SONSW- HOLESALE1 Ij I dooc rrJlOCSj- J U25 W MAIN STREET 1 JJDur rxx TJLT k 1 MENDEL GOSLING IN- y 3 CO y EATSl CAPS STRAW GOOD Gloves Umbrellas i j27 and 620 W Main St- LOUISVILLE1 KY a 11 J llttlewolt COOI I MANITAITIMIKUS AM JOIIUKUS OF i CHILDRENS SAND OYS n U LOTH I N G i 607 West Mflln StreetLOUISVILLE II KY rr Jii rli tJ 3 le m J r learn Kersey Inssiinere tt Corduroy Pants niul UltsIi DUCK COATSiArc nckuouliiljjfd to lie Superior tto any produced Sius guarautctil marked r I J BTSOLD BY I II J TAYLOR DAY HAZEL GREEN KY JM ROBINSON NORTON CO LOUISVILLE KYJ HUG rl ES OLD RELIABLE t TON1GCures Chills I F 50c 8100 Doltles Drngglsts Have ItII r IMPROVEDTASTE PLEASANT- RobinsonPettot 1IIIlIrlIIIlItIIII Got LOUISrnil In BODE HARDWARE COPIPA- NYWHOLESALE HJR flRePd QCX ERICINCINNATI 0 Inference 1 Taylor Day Ilaxel C rccIg gm i P QSryfr BnuffOJ057 Raco St MPTfuUCO CINCINNATI Tha loading houso for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING GOODS andI NOTIONS Always have BIG Drives twdoclal attention to Mail Orders if iiii WISEi jiiJiEI IMrOHTKUS ASP JOiniBKS 00ceiis HOSIERYFUAHISEiiiG I UnlNOTIONS FANCY DRY GOODS 225227 Race stkiliunl IL I11crtl1uArnoldI J j EjRIiS 8 srctJXr Manuinrtnrcrs and Jobbers ofdl BOOTS SHOES 3 RUBBERS a NhIon CINCINNATI 1 GEt XOURNOTEIIEADS CatnloJurkl Envelopes I tLDturn j t n A h THE FOURTH KENTUCKY Pros Norris Who Now Holds tho Place of Courts liarnal Stenographer Says They Want Out of tho Service CAMP SHUT ANNISTON ALA December 17 ISJS Ktlitor IlKUAU This leaves us well1I nnd nil the Wolfe boys the Maine and nt this time living in expectancy of tint t much puppy day called pay day Having gotten our reputation on th list as a somewhat stenographer we lire saved the hardships of camp lire in i reIportcrI which front time to time convene in th l y divisionI I Wo have been transferred1 from company regiment and camp to division headquarters in tho city leper- ve are stenographer for three dillcrent likeSn room and eating in n restaurant and ii- a measure enjoy civil life Our extra pay is little but the improvement ini living and keeping in practice in the fino we must full buck on when out of tit service and the recommendations we will command amply for the presenttt recompenses us for thu deficiency in pay A general courtmartial is a very unique as well as a urinal body No leas than live mejnbeM can constitute n quorum but they mostly run to ten members und sometimes to the highest thirteen It lii strictly sterol no ono bring allowed in outside of the regular make up the court but the ucusalrut dier his counsel and the witnwM a semi net or two lit the dour who brinjr the licensed tram big regiment An orderly is also inside ready to toll a witnci lUllI generallyI wait on tho court The mem bers arSTnckcd from various rfflimunU being colonel majors captain and lieu tenant A citixen counsel cannot I e employed to represent the accused but limit be a commiseiwrcdofficer Lieutenant Colonel Murray of the Fourth Kentucky is preMdeii of one of thrI are members of tho various I courts The judge advocate conducts the examination and prosecutes just as u i prosecuting attorney When an objec tion is made the court iis closed and1I all have to retire even the judge advo cute leaving the court itself alone to puss on it When it has reached a decii the announcement til the door tis made thus the court is upon nod its decision given The accused nor evenI tho judge advocate knows a verdict for perhaps two or three weeks as the record1I has to go before a reviewing board ofI high army ollicials before a verdict iIs made known Some three weeks ago I reported aI case against lieutenant which employed1 JH typewritten pages and for which hei 0 me 2500 A strong light was madei agiiust him but ho was honorably ac quitted We do not yet know our destiny but think we will be mustered out in the spring und ho allowed to return told o Kentucky If wo are of course the writer will have to visit Wolfe county with her now absent boys nnd wo know there cnn be an apology by her people we proceed for n day or two to paint that section n crimson hue There are now six regiments lucre or about 7000 soldiers and of course blue arc a common thing The weather pleasant I am writing tonight in thoI third atory of n building with my coat unbuttoned nnd the window up while doubt you all nre freezing 1 taw old man Bill Osborn the other day as ho lay a corpse in the undertak ers nhon and while he looked as natural he did at 0 oclock the evening ho was when 1 IlordI n twenty minutes with him yet his wounds presented I ugly sight and made tho killing look very suspicious to many of us yet his I slayer was acquitted in the examining J court yesterday on the plea of sclfjlj It made mo feel sad to ntII I I him nid I remember when I left him inI crowd in the street tho last thing II him say He was telling n juke somo Rose in Wolfe county It lens been reported that ho was seen recently I with quite n sum of money and many think ho Awns killed for It but I dont I I always liked the old gentleman J huo ti a n and am sorry for his tragic ending I think his remains were sent to Kentucky I My comrades of my company hated to see me leave them and bade mo Go speed h11of whom ns well ns hun dred of the regiment filii liked because of my bold defense in publicly contra 1flirting vile misrepresentation about tall e I can return to the regiment when I desire but dont think I will itnlcM n I are ordered to Kentucky to be re loanedI m11ej shoulder my knapsack canteen gun isetc to be in line when forward march is giveni qultooftcry0 n rollicking good time rough hen s ing etc eBellt wishes to Tin Hniuin to my Wolfe county friends mill for free silver at 18 to 1 Truly yours 11W Inmox Nonius tiOURI COLORED CITIZENS Out Do Their Vfhlto Friends In Having a Creditable Christmas Tree- c The colored people of this town and vicinity were far more public spirits than the whites in celebrating Christmas as evidenced by the handsome Cluistmns trio nod its profusion of pretty pros cots on Christmas Eve night The tree was erected in one of the upstairs rooms of the residence of Charley Mayberrv and wife and was tastefully nnd hand somely dressed An elegant entertainI meitt consisting of vocal music reelln rim + etc preceded the distribution of the presents and the program lung quite entertaining one The tree was liter ally loaded down with presents and all the colored jeoplo for miles around were IIn Attendance 1C very body said our reporter went sass with arm loads uC present I hardly know who had tlio most tiSall coons look aliku to me Iiihi Sarah Inoue who for over it year has had charge of the culinary dejmrl meat of Tin MKKAID I houmhold fotch hunts a market basket full of present n friendcH outside the family and her betrothedI NuuhIhlurthelkuu Hrumel of the blacks trilled home under all the pre eats he could tote Many others fared quite as well nod no uric went away empty handed Many ufour young white people were present and those with whom we have talked say thl en tertninmcnt the tree and the conduct of the crowd which packed the house trio noel taken was as good as any ever seen in this section nod an example worthy of emulation Not n drunken person was present no loud or lascivious Inn guage was indulged in and nltogeher tit wns a recherche aflair of which our cut ored citizens should ever teal justly proud Especially HO since the white people much more able did notcaay an entertainment nor cheer tho children of the community with n Christmas trod Many persons there probably spent tho gintto some friend or relative Rut the pup piness in doing so doubtless compensated1 then for the hunger they subsequently sutlercd for want of hog anti hominy and that was satisfaction sufficient Ian drink and be merry is an AfroAmerican axiom rind where on earth is there III race who find more enjoyment or car tho better claim that lifo is worth Iiving1I The Ladies llirtJulay Allllrnac for 18JIi t is being distributed in our city this wcekII This publication is so different from tho ordinary cheap patent medicine almanac that it has become very popular and now m lies n circulation of 10000000 copies an nually Astronomer Bradfords accurate I calculations showing the time tho PUllI rises and sets moons phases cclipsenS tSc DeVoes celebrated weather forecasts for every day in the year indicated by a unique system of patent weather hl18IforI for every day arc among the boat fcnt turerf All holidays nnd fixed and mov nblo festivals are prominently IIhovulIj In fact the editor of this little II who wo understand is n successful ncw paper man of long experience tins given tho public n book that will bo foun dor trMayo not received a copy of the 1899 edition can get it of their merchant or by sending their address to the Ladles Birthday Almanac Chattanooga TenD I JIi u CANARY CLOSES IT ITUE WhichdDeon Waged for Woofs Botwoon Himaoll nnd tho Cllfty OandldatoT quite f annihilation ltun still afire and heal pillewhoI ii physicianI nodI cimunlasarinti to 1his royal tubs nod although tho poi was fearful indeed I have no far recover cd as to bo able to guide the pen tube supported by another as Mr Mnnnin intimated Does it not appear to you readers n Tin HKUAII that Mr Mannin is nut orally oppressed in tho region of iii mind wherever it may ho located wit n SCIIKO of his own minnto size in condoi Hcendinjr as tho lion of society th healthy scion of a noble rocs to soil hi patrician hands by deigning to touch tb pen that signed tlio death warrant of a plcbian It was n heinous crime in tho eyes of his dear 100 and no doubt ho has long since been drummed out of tho swellI society of which ho was an iniluontialI member It was an act unworthy of tho lions of Mannin and especially of this prom ising mm It was n dark day III the his tory of Tollvcr mud should be tho cause of much sorrow to tho natives of thin t precinct Sorrow because tho proud1 young leader of Toliver politics tho bruit ideal of Toliver society should by one fell stroke destroy his hitherto irro pronchtthlo record And again it was a political error lust could not Intro been forgiven by the most ini ijtiiticnnt flump speaker of Intern Kentucky It was n brunch of tho regulations in their purity andslut elicit Do you think that a Hryan or a Wheeler or even a Uos Ilf IorI t going bark a lure year do you imagine that a Clay or Webster would be deter lji for an iimtnnt in their onward march to glory stud political renown by the no cnsatioaH of tho community Their history answer no in necenta that can out bu mistaken Hadj they gone up ngninsl all the little upstarts that assailed them inI their political life they would have oulIlIII no time to devote to the great issues ofr Htate that are n part of tho stntoHinanH work And had they done an my friend1I Mannin did they would have lust thoI noblest twit and the most useful urea her of a politician success the dguit attendant upon true worth A statesman of Maiuiins cat Ibro must rise above at least to tho canarysI eyrie the magnificent things of earth nod dwell with souls translated to the etherial regions where ho can have 1111I gels for wnitressen i and eat the foollJJ prepared for gods And no doubt tho gentleman would want a filter for the our even at that high altitude MrtI Mannins friends who seem to bo tux 1ionsj concorning the outcome of our littleI scrap that the thought of getting Jj mild at Mr Mannin never once enteredI my mind Tho idea is preposterous 1 6 tho extreme Who over hoard of an nu getting offended at an elephant 7 Jor sonally I am a friend of H MI Mannin jjI Politically 1 am his brother if he is a a free silver Uonioerat JJul legislatively J I111111 of the same opinion stillas u war convinced against his will I wish to have no further diHcuiwinn with the gentleman ns I real zu that we J ire infringing upon the good feelings ofI TICK HKKAIJJ reitdtrs and also upon tho hospitality of our editor with no visible rebuilt to either ride Au ruvoir Knw O TAUMIKR How to Prirent Pneumonia You are perhaps awaro that pncu monta al way results from n cold or trout eplIt wan observed that iho atUck was never followed by that dieeano when Chamber j inlnrf Cough Hamedy was used It countoractH duty tpiidoncy of a pull or In grippe to result in that dangerous diHc ease It hi the best remedy in tho world bud colds and In grippe l vcrrbot ie warranted For solo by J laylor Day Banford Mannln of Toliver was a pleasant visitor In our city Monday C GENERAL NEWS A thick vein of gold ore UI reported to have been struck on Pikes Peak It 1is said that Japan as well us Kusmfn io Irving to borrow money rom tlio Uni ted Elates griptto sumo extent by had condition of the streets ubore are over 200 creameries in South tonj 1 j nearly 0000000 New Orleans cotton receipts nro very flight Gnlvoton will probably lend In that lino this year- N Went llobson rrCoIIwo imen young nod old o1ho OaIVashfOwing to protracted drouth many Ipeople in Monterey county CIIInre on thoI verge of starvation 802Ij support drunkards in houses of correction in Sullblk county McKinleyiiicorded to Gen George Washington 1ho exports from tho United States 1Illlrlllgi the eleven months studios with J November wore over n billion dollars Government ownership of tho Nica ragua canal seems likely now that Nlca vague is ready to coda ihu right of way A man snored so soundly in court at Covington Ky the other day that tho judge gave hilll1O days lor contempt of court Jottleib Wagner a farmor who lived near Montello Wis set lieu to his burn jumpedj lulu the 11a meN and watt burned to dunthlhoChippewnlndinusarecompiniulrtg of tho alleged millions diwlruolion orii green pine trees on their reservation iu Minnemila Gun Shatter in reported to hero said that the people of Cuba If permitted to do so would vote for annexation to the United States rllnchmnllIU to es caps his creditors is now en route to youth America yA gun trap fixed up by rebellious stu dents of the Kentucky state college at jLexington came near killing Muj Jones tho military commander The best managed dairies in Minnesota have reduced the rust of manufacturing a pound of butter to l28c The prevail ling price in other states is about tic Admiral Cervcras cat which was cup turcd on the Cristobal Colon after trav cling about thou country fur exhibition purposes tiled at Itunlon Harbor Mlcli- Tho Now York City board of health gripIto a contagious and infectious disease 6aunt giving instructions how to avoid it Excessive athletic and social activities being restricted In tho University of WhcoiiHin The glee club has been rev fused permission for its annual tour this yearHundreds of people who visited tho Church of Our Lady Queen of Angels in New York mire said to have been heal ed of Infirmities by alleged relics of HU Anthony Tho Alaskan commercial company of San Francisco luau presented to tlio Uni versity of California its Jlno collection of mounted fossil nnd ethnological tpccimcng Tho terra cotta monument marking the spot where Lafayette was wouuded on tho JJrandywlno battlefield was blown down by the recent high winds nnd badly broken Dwight L Clough accidentally receiv n 000 volt shock tarn n dynamo at Lockport N Ynnd survive Ho nays that the electricity so paralyzed him that ho felt no pain J hlehristmas rrtI t k THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Publisher HAZEL GREEN t o i sKY t u LOVE AND PET ME NOW Take my withered hands In yours Children of my soul Mothers heart Is craving love Mothers growing old See the snows of many years Crown my furrowed brow An Ive loved and petted you Love and pet mo now Lay your hand upon my head Smooth my whitened hair Ive been growing old the while Youve been growing fair I have tolled and prayed for you Ask not why or how- Aa Ive loved and petted you Love and pot me now Take my withered hands In yours Children of my heart Mdthcrtw Browing Olfl your love Makes of life sweet part Touch with lots my faded check Kiss my anxloiui brow An Ive loved and petted you Lovo and pet mo now Take my withered hands In yours Hold them close nml strong Cheer mo with u fond caress Twill not bo for Ionic Youth Immortal soon will crown With its wreath my brow As I loved nut petted you Love and pet mo now Take my withered panda In yours Thlfl your heart will prove If you owu me anything Pay tho debt In lovo tros inn In your strong young arms Ilrcatho a loving vow That an I loved and pelted you Youll love and pet rno now Mrs 11 A WlnduH In Chlciicu Stondanl An Army Wife BY CAPTAIN CHARLES KING Copyrighted t8g6 by F Tennyson Ncelyl BYNOPSIS Chapter 1 Pannlo Mclnno n young widow In Invited to visit tho Orations nt fort HedKWlck tier sister tries to dls Biiado her on Unndolpli Morrlnm whom nho had jilted for old Mcl anoaml his brlda are stationed there Chuptor II Kannlo McInnoH wedding CIUISCN family feollnR A few months llater she wlillo trawling with hor husband meets MerrUm on his wedding trip Chapter III Penn tlmo prevlutis to this Mirrliun had gums on n Kovernnmnl sur vey fallnn III mind had been numil by Mr Tremalnc and laughter Klorenc A hasty note front Mrs MoUunea stepson takes hint to tin plains Chapter IIV Younic Moltno dictates to Merriam u dying message which In sent to Parry n younx Ohlrngo lawyer nnd brothorlnIivw of Mrc Alclsnc Tlcply cantos Merriam to swoon Me IIs taken to tho Tntiwli f calla for Ilorviico Chapter V HiiBUBtnient of Plorcnco Troinalne to Mcrriam IsI announcuU wedding shortly follows Chapter IIlr McLanp Is mysterious ly allot In Man Kranclsco Merrlani U greatly excited whun he rends account In papers While still In mourning Mm Me Limo iirvtmroH to wish Iort Hcdgwlck Chapter 11LAlra MiI tnn arrives at Ihu fort Merrlani is Wurtlcd al the news nnd he und Ills wlfo absent thiMnsolvcM n front thu formul hop Unit evening Chapter VIIIfur and Mrs Merriam pay their t1t wtn to tin widow on nn IVuuUiK when Mho would ho aura to have many other callers When the will IM roturnod Mrrrliun 1Is away and hit wlft pleads Illness as excuse rut not neuliiK hqr Mrs Mcl fttia rucelveK telegram Ar jwv Vikleigu your uncle strckenpttr ulysli r u vll bo Hununonud Kecuro import oth rwlio lotto everything O A1 Khe faints und Is revived with diniculty Chapter lXMr Mcl tno desires to sew MorrUm Grafton persuades him to jo but time widow pontponan the mooting till nbxt noon- Chapter X1lorence lottrns Morris in huts been to soo Airs lId inu and In u Htorni of passion will not ullow him to uxplaln then COIIIOH a lirlof suininoiiH to hint to rollovu the nuunl CUAPTEU X CoNTtMTrn One oclock came and tbu call had jfuno front sentry to sentry thanks to the breathless Htlllnetui of the iilr anti the moon was clinililiiK high nnd tux was still up and swearing A wire fjune out front the function that the Hpeclal would not be there for two I hours ko time Killers hind stacked arms i I tiniduuK Kicks and were snoozing or Fkylarklnt ns suited their humor The colonel had given pIIJlhl lon for a dunce at Mljfuels The hand was play lug and there was jollity In the wind llux sold he wouldnt hnve the cavalry mixed up in any such tomfoolery how ever nail the patrol wns middled anti really to start Grafton coning hack from his stable where he had gone to personally see to the selection of tIlt mounts required stopped and drew Merriam to one side Im sorry for the needles trouble you took this evening Mcrriam I had hoped that Mrs Mclnnc would see you and have done with it Another din patch mule for her three hours ago and it scents to have rousedI her to action She WUN up anti dressed in time to seethe regiment olT nod now 1 presume sites lllrting with Whlttnkcr There aro llffhta in the pnrlor At nil events itho orderly liasnt found him and llux may scud you after the strugglers in townThen I reckon Ill start nnn make tide rounds und get out of the way said KanAr By the w3 captain I hope your private stable Is well secured Wo huvo only one sentry on that whole front now nnd that matched team of I yours la powerful temptation to11rivoI iorso fanciers I mean to make two or threo trips nrotJnll the row tonight Well then r can save you several hundred yards McrrJnai1 soul Graf r ton fumbling in his pocket Take the short cut through my yard There arc no private horses between me and the cast end of tho line you know heres tho key to the rear gate Merriam took it and thanked him hcnrUly Ill go to the corrals first said lie and then come over your way Goodnight The lights were still burning dimly in the parlor an CJrafton reached his quarters but the slender form of IL woman stood between him and the door It watt Mrs McLanc and site began nt onceI hnve keen waiting anxiously for you captain Dear Harriet has gone toI her room tired out and I thought Mr Whlttakrr would never goI fairly had to send him Mr Merriam is officer of the guard Could I see him could you tnke me to him for just a minute If I can talk with hint three minutes it will be nmple nnd I cannot rest now until I do- Grnftou was on the point of bidding her remember that she hail refused n chance of trlklng with him earlier that night but refrained He loolod bock across time nillow moonlit surface of the parade to where the oil lamps were burning blenrlly In the guardroom lie Is tint there said he lie bus gone down to the corrals Hllta hnppy thought striking hintit loss than ten minutes he will h coming through here on his rounds I gave him the key of our rear gate JtM warm nnd ptcatiant out here You might hall and halt him us he enterst Meantime there had been a wire pore hearted young wife further up the row As wrath amid passion sobbed them selves tawny nnd the devil of jealousy wore Itself out timid the thought of liiindyH patience told gentleness and of nil that Mrs Ilayne had said of hiM unflagging tendcrneiw nnd loc poor Florcnci began to wonder if site had not lingered him beyond repair IIix last net hind been sue of fond thoughtful euro lie had spread ttltahtw1over1 her mid lingered over II ns Ithough he loved to touch her mad miserable uglyI hateful us she hail boon nnd mite bud spitefully Ithrown It oT She picked it tip now nnd strove to arrange it ns he hud done but could not She crest and bathed her fact nnd tyuanu gazed nutl over the now deserted parade Slit had not even stirred when the Klflers marched away She pneed IIbe floor again mums felt that she wns wrnk mind became conscious that silt wns mont imnimnrtirally hungry tutu tI1I0h lionveniil how tnuluslithot rould sits have forgotten Here wins Knmly on guard up all night amid novcr before sincei they fame back front their wed thug tour hind hie failed v hen he was ofllcer of the guard to hnve n delightful little chafing diKh supper till ready for him nt 1i oclock and be used to come I over from his duties for half nn hour mud cat with such mi appetite and praise her WcUh rarebit or her oysters und then tnkeI her in his arms with such love mind delight lu his fond ryes nnd pert It nil here it was one oclock mud shed utterly forgotten It Oh poor Randy must lit starving In ten minutes Mm Merrtnm hud bundled up her dishevelled hair donned gome more becoming gown than till tumbled wrapper nnd hud bustled downstairs mind lighted the parlor lump to signal Knndy to conic hunt anti be fed btu forgiven nnd then she rant sacked the cupboard mind storied her fire nnd then peeped over toward till- cHMtunt guardroom and inv mi sign o his coming She trotted through the 1 kitchen tail banned mistily nt Hop lilngs door nail bade him rise and go Htimmon his toaster but the mnnlal an swered not He too had slipped sally to the liinctlon not M much to sec the Killers olT ns to have u shy nt fat tau nut riorencc was dine Never mini She hind been born and reared in garri son No one could teach her tie Ins tutu outs of post life Why shouldnt she run across the wilt dimlylighted flatt and surpriseherdarlingathisdcsk anti him him mine limn with her and let her twist herself about him timid have n happier cry its slit told him how weak and wicked nail cruel tutu hateful she hud been nail beg to bo taken back Into kin love and trust Yes yes well slit lutes that he was too nulilc too grand to treat her sternly coidly be entitle of her tempestuous outbreak 11 wns all became she loved him so loved him M that it wits torttiro to think nay other woman could claim or hold or even attract htm With brightening eyes with bounding heart she threw over her head and shoulders n light wrap and stepped out on the piazza Somebody was coming across the pa rade from tho guardhouse even now He vita still too far away to be rccog aired huh rs he united OUt minute andI turned as though to listen to the ten tries just beginning to cull halfpast OUt the moonlight glinted on the steelI scabbard nod she knew it must be IJimdy Then he was coming to her after nil nun she nerd not have to seek him nnd be the first to make up nsI she used to say in girlish days The tall went round with echoing ring nntlI then on eamo her loving husband again How she loved that martini stride of his How erect and strong nail sol dierly he seemedI howwhyhes- yttsnteoningstraigltttohcr lie hadI reached the flagstaff There lay the beaten pathway right before his eyesIII nod here lie must see the bright of hula home bidding him come lightsII love nud welcome Taut ho hail turned away was walking not toward the I I west end but straight for the middle of the row straight to where thcOrlLrtona livedwherethat woman lived But that meant nothing Oh no Florence well knew that meant noth lug hind ho not said only n little while before that never would he see or speak with her without coming first to hla wife hiM Florence nnd letting her know Yet why should he go thither nt this hour of the night 1 Thnt was not the way to the sentry posts Uncoil sciously she approached the edge of the plazzn she saw him reach the road way saw him cross Itsnw him mer eiful God could she believe her eyes KUW him enter what must be the Graftons gate and then become lost In the shadows of the row Hardly know lag what she did Florence sped madly down the steps out through the gate and almost running down eastward along the walk Ncnring the Graftons she pressed her hand to her heart to still its mad pounding and ns she came opposite the parlor window she noted that the lamps were burning dimly lute ns it was Could he have entered Breathless dazed site clung to the picket fence for support not knowing what to do next and then the blood seemed to turn to Ice in her veins for tiomuwlierc close at hand just beyond tluisc sheltering vines site heard voices hit voice mid hers lowtoned earnest nh passionate for she heard her mur mur Oh Knndy Knndy and stepping quickly forward saw her just around the corner of the trellis appar ently clinging to his firm the two dim figures seemingly linked together Mending in 0115 vague indistinguish able yet damning shape anti then nil grewI dark to lice ns though n pall had been rapped from the starry heavens hiding from sight the sin and woe of n reeling world CIIAPTKU XI Mrs Melane Mcrriam was mtylng nt the moment interrupting the plead lug weeping woman who win clinging to his arm it is unless to talk of it I iud you lot me know why you wished to tiio me all the pain of this meeting could have been avoliKul Kvery paper I had WUH given to Mr Parry your law yer Mouths ago I know less about the mrMer probably than you do trod now forgive me but 1 must goat once AntOKi forcibly he draw her chmpltig hnnd from his url and tttlrlllll hnlp y told without another word to the cringing woman hastened on through the narrow pnthwny that led between Otto beArd our murmur Oh llumly Ituiul- yGraftons cottage and that to the east ward und presently emergtd ngntn into hoottgoing straight to captnlns or a moment his lute companion stood there at the trellis staring utter him in mingled misery mid incredulity Simi had planned it well Site hud marked his conning just ns Graf ton had said hilt hurried down to the shady aisle be tween tit quarters and halted him there astonished nt her during He would have walkexl a dozen miles that night rather that sec her at nil but to meet her this way to feel that he was trapped made Mcrriams blood boil with wrath Ills voice thought was stern and cold as ho bade her say why she wished to echini nut her alma was to detain to soften to charm mind then to plead nail she had a dreadful dread ful story to tell tutu none to tell It to but him liven then she was balked for Merrlam bluntly bade her omit the story as he knew nil lie needed to know nut route to tit point nt once What could she want of him Advicesym pathy she cried nnd for advice he re ferret her to her lawyerfor sympathy she must not cone to him She must kayo some purpose in calling on him what was It1 And then It proved to be the packet with certain papers given I him by trite young miner in the Mes enlero It was turned over to lawyer long ago sniff Randy and ourII she burst Into tears nail said shuts I undone and walled Oh Bandy handy 1 what can T what am I to doi And he suggested gravely courteously but positively tint she should nt once go indoors while he went on his way II1ls heart was bltt npnlnst kerns he Btrodeout beyond the fencellnennd nft Ctln full hllipecUngtbedoorl of Graf tons stable he closed nUll locked the gate He wished now more than ever to hurry on westward and enter hits own little home and surprise Florence With grateful eyes he land noted the parlor lights and Interpreted them as Indicating that she must be well over the unreasoning stage of this her first I JC11on811I I MZ other stables on the way nnd give the sentry additional orders but when be the western endof throw got so far toward as to enable him to distinguish lLuy Innn ll found to hbobject as big as a vexation that there was nc sentry there at all and that he must retrace his steps and look for him toward thooth end It was a backward tramp of over 300 yards nnd he was Irritated1 enough to feel like scoring the sentry when finally he caste upon him You shouldnt be here sir he bc gun after the customary challenge nnd needed IIs reply Where you are most along toward the other end where there are private horses In flimsy stables I know sir said the soldier prompt ly but theres something amiss out there on the rood toward town I hear n scuffle and cries for help and thelll running down Into the creek hotter The cxirjwralV gone out to see Im afraid theres been blood spilt sir And even as they stood anti listenci the still night air was split by the 10lel report of n carbine echoed brick from the opposite wall of the shallow tm row canyon It was followed IIhnost Instantly by n cry for aid Come right along shouted Merrlai to the sentry nnd he sprang away In the direction of time nlnrni Never milld your post I A run of nearly 400 yards crossln diagonally tin Junction road as ther ran brought the lieutenant to the rug of the chasm at a point where one could see some distance down till stream the sentry panting several rods behind The moonlight wan faint hilt still snllieient to enable him to rank out the form of n man apparently crawl lug on hands and knees up thm banl while another lay motionless ctac to tin waters vd e Over this lntterCr oral Mahoiieyvuis Jirrdinir implorinri griefstricken tones Itandy wen bounding down tn abrupt slope surefooted ns a jroat Whats the matter corporal What is It ilradysirstalhetl to death Jm Trait There was titter of em 01 him and more at p or Corcoran yonder Mexieuns all of Vm ami they lit out st might for that titan te sJhack arm the mesa Their horses are there reckon Look up llrnd titan flr lads sake Heres the licul runl com to help Mcrriam knelt threw opru the hlr blouse and placed his hand tier th heiirt waited a moment and slook his Lend His hand Wits drip da with blood ns hi drew it out 11111 wltl poor Hrndy I fear tonic he litquiets No 2 followed me out i11 him to hurry for the surgeon ind scam the litter from the hospital Who tired I did sir I hoped to brlfg dmv one of tit gang but they werr too fUl rflV answered the corporal as he wu pulling himself up the bank Turning away from the st HekiVi sot Bier and dabbling for a moment 1 Hs hand in the stream Handy cat led to Cot corn n tilt other victim who is grow a hug and cursing alternalely and wr presently burnt into maudlin tears d + manding to be given a chance to stand up against the dd grea crs again that he might annihilate the entir party It was evident that n uihtlo enemy hind uwncd hits even before tt Mexican took hold He was only fight 1ly injured physically hilt iris moue was gone All Handy could eitrac from him was that there had bra tII game and he wouldnt pay up bccrn i the greasers wore cheating and ilirchased him and Hrady and ovcrlow then nail used their knives llii ton was still np and full of hIltI project of sending the patrol of nt scntecsnnd the band just ns soonnsthi i Killers train should have started lie heard the call for the surgeon Ant promptly turned out in person TUi sleepy horses of the patrol were stanl Ing meekly and wonderinglyI nt tin guardhouse when the distant shot ti n fired and borrowing one the sergrtm gallopedI out When flux appeared he borrowed another and one for the sur geon Then after hearing Merriam I brief recital be ordered him to mount forthwith take the entire patrol Dud gallop in chase of the greasersT- O lit CONTINUED Only One ThlaK lacklnK A number of traveling men were talk ing about the singular experiences they have nt various small hotcJ Someebod1referred DIsof UK tourIstaremarkedI thatDennisthough he hasnt u very broad brogue Hutchlnson county is settled almost cx clusivcly by IJusyiaun and the town of Menno Is named religlotanonltc church to which so many of the tnlkIninthehim cnitriedyouhncmany years and whereyou Imvc such Influence I dill try for on office once he ro InckcdIaskedAllsbcrifivnsJournal vote6loux Ct tP Activity of Ve nvln Much anxiety has been caused in V 1tiutsAnproduces universal terror Ai foot there Is little likelihood tbiUi r paothert Ilanandrtli ithsrttre1 atnthi Sy cures kidney liver situ blood UifoffiJ ktJl in loftier tlltntthethelloorTownh OI- Ilti Kill it cure Uc St JacobsOil forlto back and you II see fc Manners are largely deceits owfnamefDt itself Detroit Journal rjYouPItcurlatistSt u Catarrh i Dn the Head tncllbrlce1Inhl coathinedtttImpureIlocdySmtrstutnblood nil scrofulous ttiints rthuilj ihoilea cute tiHsucsstnd biilitls up the system Hoods Sarsaparilla Is Americas Mctllcinc H SIX fort Hoods Pills rare nil Itvci1 Ms 2i rt tO COe44440N40400 + Q 4444411 I si A perfect type of the i 4 I highest order of i i excellence I M1M 4 I IXAOCUiRK i 1111 t4W e tlifi A Iifi r 0l fia WI S Breakfast i s A 11iOloal Aa e X 5 8 ABSOLUTELY PUREi S Delicious Nutritious A- O A I COSTS LESS Iii ONE CUT A CUP 0- V R He SUrf you Fat the peniiirr ar tic p nau 6 Ilaryeatet M 1 ly o- g WALTER BAKER fc CO Ltd o ACTAamdCD irco A co090Oeses CCU uuOttNCIO Tn HKSQIVH1Q1 DaLU Thursday tNovenibar 24th SPEC LUL xcurion Rat8s VIA cabIgOlIT u Tickets will be sold only for trains of Nov HhRnel within n radius of one hundred and fifty 150 miles of starting paint- Retnrnimi tickets will be good until November 2Mh inclusive For tickets timid full information call on nay ticket agent of the Illg Four Monte or address the undersigned E 0 MCOJUUCK WARREN b LYNCH VassTramc Mtrr Ass Gen PassS1kttrt CINCINNATI O Jt1Amm Ol TJIIS ILllnt insuux TO IIUY ANYTHING Ai viitTini IN ITS Cold MSH- SUOt11 INSIST Cray HAVJMJ WHAT THKY ASK Ion KKKl ING AU SlUSTITCTKS OH IMITATION Bthis Ulcer nil dots IiI ltteoniT aumro4lr Hone 1mrrr tIHCrofulauaItSlIlInlrKarnresVCnpllwanaerina tcat8ArbunCh rlJUIIeCO 11ft I BUJ Nunn Bold by IlrufSUW PILE1ItulliTLTTIYCt1nc RCLiECtn by our teleimi n eilr Trial kcnuulJ tiUACbmaptGlromec11 mull tnlrllitlhlM TcpSncp TACfIalaWDouble mI6dtrv u t tf t J S2 t t11 v k The Monetary Problem gIII t 6SfiS G ra CS iC Stnrti Ct cC GOLD STANDARD SOPHISTRY uccnulty nod Cuiiiilnu of Wealthy i tI ii niitloltlcr In Hfoelvlnw mud VIctliuUInt the 1cuiilo The wealthy fund holders ot the world who profit by making money scarce mind dear employ all the artllco that Ingenuity mild cunning can Invent for the purpose of deceiving and vie tirolzlng the people They embrace niong their ranks many men of great intellectual power Their wealth ufo fords them opportunities and leisure to cultivate their minds und study human nature The result U that they become adepts in the use of ingenious and son plilsticnl arguments that exert a powerful Influence over the thoughts and actions of n large clnss of shallow nilnded but very pretentious men The terms sound money honest money tic are used to appeal to and placate the moral sense and elude investigation The term best money appeals to the pride and aspirations of our people who desire the best of everything that Ii obtainable Hut the advocates of the gold stand ard do not stop when they have turned to nn account these higher attributes of human nature but go further and apply their artifices to the lower and baser passions nn well The argument that the movement for the restoration of silver aa a money metal is in the inn terest of silver mine owners is calcu lated to excite envy the most perverse and ignoble trait of human nature ajnlnst time owners of silver mines on the ground that his product Is being especially favored by law suggesting to the mind at the Mime time that the balance of society is being injured in order that flic owners of silver mines nmy make additional profit In this connection however they forget to re mind the people that gold mines are the private property of individual as well as silver mines In making this appeal to the baser passions nn insult is offered to the intelligence of the lira pie the presumption the mind of the party advancing the argument being that the lower or baser passions are po much stronger than our intelligence that the deceptive argument made will have the effect of controlling our actions in favor of a policy that benefits them while it injures the balance of so cietyThey lo not remind us in this connec lion that gold nod silver alike have enjoyed the same rights and privileges as money metals from timei immemorial and have constituted the worlds source of money supply They do nut suggest to IKS that when the silver miner is dls eliminated against by having his prod uct excluded from the mints that the gold trainers product is enhanced thereby and that so far as the question ap plies to mine owners it Is between the owners of gold mines and the owners of silver mires as time government or people In their collective capacity nfl not the owner of either the gold or till ver mines They du not make any com plaint because the silver miner huts been deprived of the privilege that iris prod let llenjoyed from time immemorial because this might suggest that the owners of gold mines were receiving unmerited favor at the hands of the government So far as the miners are concerned the balance of society who are not en gaged in mining have no special inn terest in time question because the gold mines and time silver mines alike are at the present time as they ever have been in this country private property The question that affects the people is one nportancethantgalnst the product of any Individual class in the nation It is a question of money supply which affects the prosperity of the entire country the value of paydebtsPeople involves questions of continued employment nt remunerative wages The appeal that comes to us in the nape of all these Ingenious and sophis tical arguments emanates from those who own the great debts against the nations and people of the world They are interested to give money a larger Theyunderstandmake money scarce and in order to tako money scarce they have conctfn baled their efforts throughout time- World to procure the outlawing oftill Ter and the closing of the mints against S thus restricting the money supply to gold alone ofdetnonetlzntlonof the world has doubled in value thatIs i every ounce of gold in existence willl- oW 1 exchange for double the amount o- Other f things in general that it would iIn 173 T + exkteds nmach present as thet the Present time worth only 1ebaltasmuchasItwasIn1573 Thus f tittongh the force of law closing tli- 1i n ta gainst silver time fund holdin g s Htt have doubled their wealth and I t plundered society to the amount of the gain they have thus mule tills is not all however During this process of falling prices bankruptcy IudhtOllworthy lutvebeenandlumbara con timehistoryand serious problems unknown and tlucshuldformon opoly and trusts mid the powerful com bluatlons of capital menace popular government mud the rights of man In the United States the very citadel of liberty The American people are pat riotic brave nail honest Kducatlon atomic is nil that Is needed to make them stand practically a unit agnitm- sthe enerochments of Shylock land in den fense of conditions of prosperity Sil ver KnightWatchman THE GOLD TRUST lad IN Attendant Monoiiollrii Ilvioc rlsy tit Ihn I UIatNcd IImrmsc lloiionl Jluaelr The term honest money is seldom heard except when the question of preserving the equities of time contracts is under discussion hugest money therefore is money whose purchasing power is precisely the tninu no more nor less when a debt fulls tine as i wits when the debt was contracted Imlgid by this true test it is almost needles to Soy that the world huts never yet seen perfectly honest money lly such test money huts fluctuated in itt de grees of hume ify with the lluetuitlng yieldof the precious metals of which it has been composed As thisyielti has increasedi or diminished prices have risen or fallen with the fluctuations in the supply of money In generalI circulation and the discharge of debts payable in the future hums grown more or less burdensome to debt ors and more or less gainful to cred hors in proportion to this yield peace a circulating medium composed both gold Mid silver money is more honest than one composed of gull alone ben cause time supplyOf both metals is less liable to fluctuations than that of one of them only since a diminution the yield of one metal has generally born compensated for by an increased yield of the other Thus until sliver was demonetied the supply of money was automatic in its operation It depended upon enlists that were beyond the control of the money changers The effects of an Inn crease or diminution of the precious metals were therefore dilTused over the world and mill changes in the general level of prices were slowly spread over considerable periods of time so that business of nil kinds gradually adapted itself to such changes wirhout sudden and great distress to the people Less than M years ago time money changers and bondholders having hen come dissatisfied with thc profit den rued from the use of their capital In vested In money and Interestbearing securities of every kind concluded to double time purchasing power of such capital by destroying through legisla tion the use of silver by the great com merclal nations They thus doublet the purchasing power of gold which the nature of their business enables them without expense to monopolize at will IJy this means time automatic op oration of money upon the worlds level of prices was destroyed and prices placed under the almost complete con trot of artificial influences Tlnw are mill natural trade movement which den pend upon the unimpeded operation of the law of supply and demand prevent ed tutu the law itself overthrown By this artificial control over prices ex trcised through their control over the voluinu mind distribution of money the money changers and their allied trusts have entrenched themselves between the producer and consumer not ns IgltlmateI middlemen to facilitate com merce but ns autocrats dictating to producer and consumer alike the price at which the one shall sell and the other buyall the products of labor and property The gold monopoly IIs now the breed ing mother of nil monopolies All other trusts followed swiftly upon time heels of time formation of the gold trust Time successful operation of all other monop their control of orolies depends upon assistance received from one or more banks clamorous for gold money only A free line of accommodations flow readily from time gold monopoly rcp resentcd by thc banks to nil other monopolies Time banks know that such debtors hold certain industries In their gripnu that their business will therefore be successful and their bank nc commodations secure Jilt with those outside thc pale of any trust the bank and with heavy deal at arms length hand Not until time gold trust is over thrown will It be possible to overthrow alders and abettors As they stand Its vrtfll they tall to- gethcr united together so or not lit nilIIon1Y Jr Clog gett in Mississippi Valley Democrat ORIENTAL PRESERVES Some flint Are lut Up by the Cdl- nese lire of Auulcnt Orlnla Preserved item ginger In one of the oldest of all preserves H seems to have been prepared nUll Imported into Knglnnd and the colonies when sugar was a rarity mind time art of preserving fruit in it unknown to English house keepers Colonial housekeepers prepared ginger root preserves and used ginger root in preparing pear and apple preserves None of these prep nations however were very much like the itnportcl ginger preserve Their llavor only Miggescd It Thin is a Chinese preserve not an Indium one ns Fometlmes stated The Chinese send n variety of preserves to this market awl nil these are put up in time familiar blue fluid gray stone pots in which glum ger preserre lion always beet sent to irarket which lire hence known as ginger jars One of the best of these is the cum qunt preserve This Is prepared of linttup an extra heavy sirup These choice preserves tiro prepared especial Ily for the highest Gloss of Chinese noblemen anti therefore costly How ever like evojythtng else In the Flowery Kingdom even to the especial pat tern of Immloo brooms mind dusters reserved there for tit household of thc emperor this preserve is sold freely outside of the kingdom Thc only thing which prevents Its general smile is Its price It is HH most costly of all preserves bringing in market about onethird store than ginger or pine apple Another oriental preserve which is n ore like an oldfashioned sweetmeat than anythii we have is the preserved Chinese chow chow This 111 mixture of pincappcs oranges amid other fruits Our howchows nru all pickles and mixtures of chopped vegetables std fruit Chinesu chowchow is a pre- Serve Gums jelly is sent to this market from India Mid nMt front the Yest Indies whcv it is manufactured ex tensively tint It Is sold hero at SO cents for a poundnndahal can The old fashioned circular paper poxes of guava jelly are seen rarely today in com parison with the more modern can lllpe pineapple preserves end oldfash Inned tamarind preserves are also brought to this country chiefly front till West Indies FpnnlshAmerlNin housewives have alwiys been very sue eensful In sweetmeat making Aii ii lee or sweetmeat of seme kind in neived lby them on eves occasion when it cut be introduced A favorite sweet meat with those who liave lived in t lop leal America is ripe mango This IIK n sweet prcser+ e prepared fur dessert It should not be confounded with1 t the chutney wile in tilt Kast Indies from the same fruit nnd called swirl mango A chutney IN a highlyspiced1 warm condiment resembling a pickle Had in H 11I with meats and fishes pecially with curried dishes limit never nt dessert 11II preserve Chntneys ensue from India nsthcbcst sauces and curry doN Y Tribune OLD BUT GOOD H Tin Story of Ilse Irlxtiiitnir Kirrlmess In Limit Ile llroiiulil- Li In Diilc This gallant son of Krlu need never fear that ho will be cornered He was among the first to offer Ids services at the beginning of the war but his en ployer who did not want to lose bin services whispered into the ear of the examining surgeon that Mike had once been made temporarily deaf by an ex plosion in a mine and that his hearing had never been good since Jo you hear clll asked the doctor when Mike was under inspection Louie a weasel sor Han your hearing always been good Splindld Kor See here my man werent you In n amine explosion before you cage to De Iron and werent you totally deaf for weeks after Not me sor replied Mike without hesitation I could hear Ivory worrud that wore wrote to me i or- Mikj wvc iicceptcd IIH hu deserved to be and was in the great land battle of the war Hu was wounded in the chest and came home olin furlough He was made so much of tint he felt justified in exaggerating Iris experiences Among otho things he got to telling unit time bullet went through mo there us ho put his hand over his heart like told this to time scone surgeon when a number of others were present and the doctor saw a chance to get even Mike Mike ho exclaimed stick to the truth If the bullet had taken thc course you say it would have gone plump through your heart Tell that to souse ignoramus that doesnt know anything about anatomy That urn ye tulkin about re torted Mike who wits evidently think- Ing fast Shurc UH time book 1arnln thats foolin ye doc There wasnt a mothers son want up that blnzin bloody hill that lily as his heart wnent in his mootDetrolt Free Ircw Doomed Sergeant Tho enemy ales Captain That wont do them any good our army is mostly made up of expert wing shots lUclimond Di patch GOLD AND MONOPOLIES The InntramentnUty by Which tha Money Tower Is tlc klnlr to lo its Work In reaching out tor the barticdwlro trust anti great UockefHerCa p elo Iron nnd atoel combine has rilncloMd the full proportions of Its plan and purges The Federal Steel company M the combine will probably be oiled Intends to control the Iron bunlncss of lime country It will mine or control the mining of nil the ort It will fix the price of every pound of Ironi It will manufacture or control the manu facture of every kind of Iron product from tumor plate and Runs and beams and ran to wire bnrbed nail plain and cold citisr and hammers and nnlM As Iron In the foundation and the skeleton of the super structure of our material clvllUnitor lb few men nt the head of thin combine vl excrclno it stupendous Influence upon the division and distribution of the wealth of this nation nnd therefore upon Its social nnd political life Behind tho Federal Steel compnnythere isI n dream of wealth unit power and aKRrnndliemcnt that olltli have teemed funustlc a tow years ago be In now In n favorable way to complete renti xatlonN V World Wheiihome great industrial nmulopals- priumgs into life the World is quick to observe it but it Is uu blind as u MamI moth cave fish to the greatest of al jl monopolies that of money The money monopoly Is equal to all others combined for it controls them allI Money is time machinery by which 1m I modern business Is transacted and they who control the machinery have the business tit their mercy It is ns plain as light itself that thu gold stand1 and is the Instrumentality by wide IH the money power Is seeking to do It work Time great money lenders of London 1erllu and New York are tile tfting the financial policy of lKuropc America ami a large part of Asia through the ageneyof I the gold stand ard Tin specious excuse is offered that binictallism IK Impracticable That it is Impossible to keep guild and slice r i iietly together on n parif both arel freely used Therefore we must only have one It in assumed that time aim ment one becomes more valuable than the other at the agreed ratio that t when a premium nppenrnthc one which linen to a premium ceiues to be money mid the other becomes till standard or us some have claimed w would have two standards which to thinkers of n certain class ls un thinkable In other words the main defense of the gold standard rests upon the Idea Ithat the smallest preniunn- po11 j tae of the metalH Is a gunner ev than to destroy that mctul entirely 11 1 money The simple statement orthlht proposition demonstrates UK nbsunl Ity At the worst the breaking of tilt par is no more than a slight Inconven ience in accounting to far as domestic 1 + ode Is concerned If for example gold should rise to a premium of ten per cent turn a dollar III gold tvoul be equal to a dollar and ten cents iInI silver So long us this condition Intee the gold would be held chiefly by tim I banks OIK It is now mind count UN par of thrir reuervcM lint the conditionI luntil not last permanently unleH prim tlcallyallof till glllt1 WIII expelled mu the cUlllltIJIIIHI this could only be when our silver and paper together constituted our full must ihntlvr Klmru of the worlds money tntll that pointt was reached It would be more profitable tr invest the gold than to hoard it in thc bunk or elsewhere because us silI ver flowed into the country to mike upI our full share of tin worlds Mock price would rise which IK only another tvmiyof saying that the gold would fall 80 tar as international parity IK con cerned it IK niter permanently and1 steadily maintained yen 1 heaver countries using the same money metal Thc exact par of the Ktigllnh pound oterllng IH IHfiO In American money but it seldom stands at that figure com mercially It ranges generally from about ISB to 480 according to till Plato of time international balances mid the varying demands of the different countries for specie Between goldI countries mud sliver coimtrhsH the parity Is already as badly broken an itt emu he The gold standard gives no relief there UnfortunatelyI for UK tho breaking of tho par of exchange lam ii given sliver uslttg countries a very great tulvantage in international trade The mgtimcnts III favor of time gold Ktand nrd mire purely teehnlcal mere qiilb blcK On the other maul the objections to it are of time most nuhntuntinl char acter Its adoption means tho destruc tlon of n large part of the money supply of the minibus In which It JIn1 made time lit 11 1111 a 1l1 falling prices hurtI tinicn oppression of the debtor timid nni unconscionable advantage to time cred- It or The latter IK the reason why the worlds great creditors four it Tin ralue of their demamlK In increased they obtain command of moro nnd more of other peoples wealth for thei smite nuiiber of dollar In effect they corner iim money market mind dominate the hiiBlncxx of tin world Upon n con Ktantly falling market the weaker buid noun men tire forced out while the htrongir OUCH form combines for their own production Hence It can be truthfully affirmed that time gold stand and IK lime prolific father of trusts Tim IockcfcllcrCarnegic combine may control time Iron and steel Industry but the money combine controls everything including the New York World II P BMITINK Time JlnnnaForakcr row con timers to obtrude Itself in Ohio It IsI a feud that seems likely to last until tho doomsday of all the participant Bos ton Herald a I U r TUB SILVER PRODUCT Treasury Tables Skew the Statement of OoIiUten to He WttMaHt Foundation The claim made that there IIs an over production ot silver since 1873 ns coup pared with gold and that this IB 1 Vie cause of its fall In price la absolutely without foundation According to tho tables Issued by tIle treasury dopart- i incut August 10 1803 showing the total production of Kohl and sliver in tho thatjyssystem wits founded to the year 1853 prount coinage valuel was 1709107000 anti the total production of gold during that time was 000230000 that Is theta was almost twice IIH much silver pro laced its gold Till production of each durGtgiyearn yet romalnrdypractically RIUUO during thatrduring1jonly Rcventcnths of one point or just about the cost of exchange Tho tin mime y tables show that from 18B2 to 1873 tho Iitotnl gold production of till world wan t25t ft7AOOO while the total sliver pro duetlou was OSO52ft000 that IH thorn was 2a tutus OH much gold produced us silver yet time market rat remained justIHI when there was twice IIH much sliver us gold Again the same treasury tables idiow that front I Sit to 1802 Inclusive the total guild production of time world was I70SOiOOO while the sliver pro ductlon teas 2317087000 that in tho production of gold was nearly equal to that of silver During tte first two periods silver wnn a money metal dur mug the lust period It wnmint Tho fat tint during ttho first two periods cover hug over 80 years the market ratio re malned tIll mime although the produe Nlion of each metal varied greatly trots tine to time shown that the market price or ratio wan practically time stimuli longuan bothI inctnlK were used an money Now Inasmuch IIH sliver did tInt fall In value tin numm red In guild during 01 years In which there uan twice IIH muoh silver produced UK gold It IU clear thnt itiNproduction was nearly equal to thnt of htsilver IIH it WIIH nflcr 1873 Again till ver nits not fallen In comparison with other Iproperty lly taking tthe average prier of mill commodltlcK known to tile markctH It1M found that n pound of till vcr will buy its great tin amount of com propcrtl Ity an seer IIt IK gold that IIIIH gone up The law by Mtrlklngdown the competi tlil0n has given scaldI a monopoly 1rac uncanny the gold dollar IM n snoecntdol tnur NominallyI It still linn only 100 cents I in it mini it takes SnOeeutu worth oat emm uidlties to get one when mean 1IIrclI by bimetallic prices JOHN 1 ALTO LD OPINIONS AND POINTERS Hniina billed himself for n speech In Chicago a hew days before tho election limit the local inanngorH re fused to let him The democrats should have given him a liallKiiUHtiH City TlmeM 1Mr McKlnlcy hopes thnt tlin hyKtcrla over the war department itcandiils will soon blow over Hy tho time till Investigation Is completed ho will fled that AlgerlHiu hUM been blown over by puhllo indignation St Louis Itepubllc Itcpuhllcan campaigners tullY call attention to evidences of prosperity In Homo of the agricultural states of the wet but eaHtcriierM should not slug tho lefrnln To time laboring man or those i forced to live Scam hand to mouth tho past year bits horn time hardest of the entire htiHincKS dcprctiidon In New 1 ng bind and the IIIHUCHH man ham fared no better comparatively Mantbcntcr X II Union The democrats are belaboring thin DInglcy measure to HOIIIO extent but they receive little response team their opponents It IH difficult to make nil IHHIIO of a question annulled on one nido anti receiving practically tit defense on the other The results of tho DInglcy tariff lane proved of little advantage to anybody1 and some of the worst ittif oren from Its effects are In the rcpub llcan partyIksicn Herald I The repiibican party under lta prcHcut leadership no longer represents time principle of freedom nnd lade pcndoncc but the very reverse of it Corporation trtiHts nnd combine un der the leadership of tho HanunH Platte Quays KlkhiHcH and Jepow now rule the country nn completely an the sloe oligarchy ruled It before tho war of tho rebellion It InI only timexLund or time stupid who fall to see this Columbus 0 Jrli t Here is what tho old Ililladelphlif Ledger republican but not hide bound HOYII nb01ltexlarunon There arc many loyal republicans who are opposed to a the administrations pulley of territo rlul expansion which Iin declared be a radical departure from time tmgaclouH counsels of tho founders to avoid for clgn complications and entanglement The conscquencea of oar new colonial policy arc feared and not approved large numbers of republican Totem Los Angeles Herald o rwFirt r t r THE HERALD SPENCE COOPER Editor no HAZEL GREEN KYgi THURSDAY Jan 5 1890re juFonP WAT HARDIN for my m bo OF IIARRODSBURG to + nnOUnflEmEnC + YoFor nCIrClcntntleinWe are authorized to announce JOSE III P ROSE of Jjiry creek Wolle county ns a cnndidnto for Kcpreacntative in the next General Assembly front the countici of Wolfe and Morgan subject to notion of the Democratic party For State Auditor We nro authorized to nnnouncc JOHN II- C11EN1ULT of Madison county no n cnn illdnto for Auditor of Kentucky subject to the action of the Democratic convention in 1893 AMOXCI the cnndidntos now before the people for Htnte office there isI none more deserving than John II Ohennult of Richmond who iwpiroH to the position of state auditor nor iis there ono PO likely to capture the vote of 11 torn Kentucky I In the Stnto convention Mr Ciicnnult 114I1nfthorse when it became nccepsnry to pullt for the party Ho has never before nsVcd for nn office but for years IIHH had nn eye on the one ho now peeks To tllntp end and that he might be thoroughly qualified for the duties pertaining to the position ho has made n pttidy of State finance and in nil the prercquisitesmc ossnry has endeavored to fit himself toII fill tho position with honor to himsel- and credit to tho State That ho has lone KO goes without faying in his home mid in financial circles and Tim licithI AU believing him to be better qualified for that important ofiicc than nny nnntII In the State irrespective of party to dnIi announces its determination to stand by him until tho Stale convention IonII many men seek and secure office i t thisI Stnto through sentimental surroundings I What tho State needs and what her cltit tens demand is that henceforth tho qual ification for the place and not social1 qualities shall bo the rule Looking over tho political1 field wo have failed11Alli to find duly man HO well qualified fireChonault nUll in tho hope that wo shallt II be able to convince tho citizens of this commonwealth the fact as well Tin t llrUAiD wilt from time to tune intro duce evidence of his fitness told invites tho clos0 attention of its readers to tin i statements it shall make South Trimble won the nomination rorI representative in Franklin county nnd1 1u announces that he will fight HroiiBtona prison bill at tho next cession Ho is al so n candidate for speaker Communicated Reunion of tho Powers ramllyI Tho children of Mr and Mrs Lewin former citizen of this neighborhood andi well known and beloved tail well rcmcm tiered liy most nil of the older persona of1 this community met at the residence of WHev C Perkins on lIJicv Creek WudnesI 1n1ecnmbrr 28 18H8 Mrs Power wt Mfwi Kmlly Cox daughter of Solomon Cox formerly of thlll plw anti idMer to Mrs Lou Day and MreT T Iurntt There are four children Mrs Wiley C Perkins Mrst Mlko Murphy of Coles County III Messrs James Press and Htirlan Powers of Martin County Ky Those present and from n dis lance other than tlio children of Lewis Pow ers were llarhn Murphy nod Willie RatI Coles ton and urundvon lIelliofi CoulltrII the first time in 32 years that this futility have nwembled to cctlicr and certainly it was n great natlnfac lion thui to bo blessed liy nn allwise Go i1 I to uncut shell more and It Is to bo hopedI that they may bo blessed with the privilege of many more pleasant meetings They lIrellnrellrr klur who has no superior In that line CM ppcittlly when bsekcd by such n provider ii Wiley and spent n fur days nround ll fireside talking of childhood days and the many happenings of the long separation AB the two Mr Powers came through PnlI tifamilyre to out horseback over tho mud road to be on of tho crowd Mrs Ilsxie Irather one the finest women In MiiLollm County wife of Cnllt Jell Irnthcr who com mantled tl Mogollln rough riders who fought throng- every jx j Spanish American battle from he ington to Chattanooga nnd returned without a scmtch Society folks in hazel Green wei ontortnlncd right royally by Mr to Mrs A B Swnngo of the Springs on Saturday evening Tho programme con listed principally of Ico cream and cake interspersed with games mutic etc AI I report an enjoyable time and dwiro I express their thanks to mine host an hostess for their hospitality To parents or guardians tending their children to Hazel Green Academy AI I though my family will live in the Homo longer wo will loco full controlof In for everything in tho Home except thoIt boarding department This wo have en over to thoroughly competent and th parties We can assure you that for your children will faro well nnd will be as carefully looked after Three of teachers will bo in the Home and- y study will be there where it has been five years A telephone will connect Sun residence and tho Home and we will in touch with everything pertaining any the welfare of our pupil boarderpa The Home discipline will strict possibly more so than ever before I 300 ou need have no hesitancy about sodd us your sons and daughters The rates of bonrd will be fife same as here of refers And no pupil will bo allowed to board elsewhere in town except with kinfolks unless by special arrangement ly Respectfully Dec 27 1898 WM II Conn Cincinnati Livo Stock Market Tho Cincinnati Live Stock Record of Friday gives tho following ns tbo best prices for that day Xo choice cattle on the market today Top price for those on solo iG5 Top prico for calves 725 Top price of light hog 125 j henry 3IB Host sheep brought 100 Host lambs brought 525 Tho above wero actual sales but it should bo borne in mind that they repre tho best of their class on the market that day TJIB IlritAin will each week give tho bet salon of tho Friday before which is alone worth tho price of the NOW in tho timo to subscribe Prospects for tho opening of the sec ond term of school at tho academy on last Monday wore never better nor moro encouraging From every quarter information is coming in from young soonfEvery parent lowing boys and girls to educate within n radius of four miles of Hazel Green should send their children 1hero by the day and especially if they have horses or mules which their chil could ride Stable room cnn be secured at a reasonable cost for horses of pupils attending school Parents con this and send your children lucre Dont mind tho muddy roads wood them on IIn CUKK A fun IN ONK DAY Take Laxitlivo Hromo Quinine Tablets drtisgisU refund money if it fails to J cure 25c The genuine has L 15 qon ach tablet Ilies icy Sallee DeMoss of Newport IIvy arrived here on Saturday and took charge of tho music class nt the academy on Monday time 2nd prox She laughet music in Newport during tho past three years amid all music pupils will know from tho beginning that they are undo j thoroughly competent instructor Miss DeMoss will also have charge of th music at tho Christian church during the session of tho school Mothers rpim discom I forts nud dangers of IIchlhlbirtl1cnn be almost en tirely nohlell- WineolCltrtlul relieves ex pectant moth ors It gives tone to the en- I italorgnniand puts them in condition to do their work perfectly That makes preg shortensIchildbirth It helps n woman bear strong healthy children iOs 4 ofldUi inns also brought happiness to thousands of ironies barren for rears A few doses often brings joy to loving hearts that long offor n darling baby No woman neglect to try it for this trouble It cures nine cases out joften All druggists sell Wine Cnroul too per bottle For advice In uses rcqurlnirspeeUl 1 COdlradlotn address CIrInC symptoms Advisory Department IITho Chittanoora Medicine Co ChitU nooca Tenn Mrs LODIU HALE or Jornrson Cs says ofCardulIloGould not tiara any children itln0 liter 1 had a nOD girl byttjj IdII 3e d 0 w c ARE YOU A DSKOOEAT 1 An old adage re4s There Is a place j everything and for everything to be Its place tta LOUISVILLE DISPATCH find a place In the home of every DEMOCUAT In the SUNNY SOUTH The I Dispatch Is tho peoples paper qwned bye people and Is always reedy to fight I the cause of the people IT STANDS SQUARELY ON THE CHICAGO PLAT ii FOIIM without the aid or consent of the Gold Dug Monopolies and n fair rotnpir loon of Its news service now bclrR furnished Iover leased wires by the New York the CLKago later Ocean sat the Northern Prii A aUtlcu with that oCI other paper will fully verity Its Motto If you see It In the Dispatch its Had if Its so It is always In the Dis patchThe Dispatch also has a staff of over active correspondents In the South and will 1OSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE THAN DOUBLE TilE SOUTHERN NEWS any other Louisville paper Get the pltruthDally 8 pages Sunday Zl pages Week W 8 jagps We club with the Weekly Dispatch at the remarkably low price attt 3100 a Year for Both Papers Foil A- CHRISTMAS GIFTS to S tt I II li THE TIUMP tiatci SPriceIS THE BEST FOR TUG MONEY A complete stock of Ladies and Gen demons Watches 500 to 2500 nnd Upward FRED J HEINTZ Jewolor 135 E Main St near Postoftlco LEXINGTON KY TRADERS DEPOSIT DANK f JIT STERLING ICY a CAPITAL 200000 I Stnuius 30000 o M UKJSTAFFI President 0 L KHIICIATUICK Vice President W w THOMSON Cushier fl WI respectfully solicit the business ofmor uluuitH limners traders mud business men generally throughout Knstern Kentucky A general banking business dour Jive us n cliHiirtt to send you a book book pay yoiu chucks und loan you money when In need W w THOMPSON Cashsor fttJtJj t WINCHESTER KY t N H WITHEltSIOON President 11 D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus OOOOOOI This Hank solicits tho accounts of mer chant tanners trailers and business m generally throughout Eastern Kentuc nnd o Hern lU customers every ftrilltr n the most liberal terms within the limits legitimate bunking octlSly FOB SAtEDesiring to close out oar business nt this place I oiler for sale all of my Blacksmith Carriage an- dwWoodWorhersI Tool 1 consisting of the latest models Also b terlnl and Supplies u great variety tint the best quality Also Two Saddle and Harness Horses ftullerfcetl class Mujrey anti Harness HOUSEHOLDI FORNHTrtE Ac fJTPnrtics in need of any of the nbo t e can secure bargain bv cnllini on 1 MIV II 1 MOI hazel Greet Ky J TAYLOR DAY Wholesale und Retail denier in General MerchandiseJlumbafJl l Heul Estate c Also President Hnzol Greon Fr nnd Driving Park Association nnd Farmers Exchange J A TAOTKEE as ZJo Physician and Surgoon t HAZEL GREEN KY jfSySurgery and obstetrics a I V oi jyjj jjgMjljt SiIIAt tr louis Gus Sirous18x- iImtonS leading O1otig Ro see Wo arc badly overstocked in every department Ve sell when want them notlmiiJUST THINK OF A GOOD WARM OVERCOAT i 09 cents A beautiful satinlined Kersey overcoat finest made worth 2500 at 1260 250 Boys AllWool Scotch Suits double breasted sixes 5 to 1G years worth 4tt2A suit J3eautful blue and black cheviots double breasted Upj i 20 years old worth 10 at 5 liemembcr wo havet clothing for the AVorkingman Fanner Hanker We do not carry cheap trashy godds represent such manufacturers as Alfred Benjamin c Coj trous Bros Fcchheimer Keifer C Co and all the leading manufacturers of the United States You cannot afford to have another yourfetimeWe arc agents for Kewburgli Xcvorllip Pants and s will give you 10 per cent oil on all goods 1 Beautiful Natural Wool Undershirts and Drawers f worth1 2 at 1 a suit The best Fleccc lined Undershirts and Drawers worth 2 at h i a suit 100 doxcn Fancy Shirts made by Jliitcliiiison Pierce tk Co at 75 cents Price never named heretofore and worth si50 5s Ydii can aflord to borrow money and pay inter It est to buy these goods at prices named LOWS GUS STRAUS Lexingtons Leading Clothiers THE GREAT NATIONAL FJLIv1 kI Y NEWSPAPER And your favorite home paper TME IIOZEL GREEN EERfiIDl 1 1Both Ono Year for Only 8100 THEI IM V fCCl VTRIlllWC hns ma Agricultural Deportment of the highest Ui It Inn merit all Important news of tic Nation and WorM comprehensive ninth reliable market reports able editorials interesting short do vies scientific and mechnnical information illustrated Inshion articles humorous pith urts nnd is instructive fwd entertaining to seers member of every family PTTr LJETOiT PI gives you all the local news political and social keeps i floul in close touch with your neighbors ninth friends on the farm and in the village informs you us to local prices for farm products tire condi tion of crops and prospects for the year nnd is n bright newsy welcome nUll indispen sable weekly visitor ut your home nnd fireside p Sond all ordors to TIIE IIEKALD iriU ii r1aSI FIVI VJI C T w 1 i i- me 0 WlT + A t tlaCtSLCCLWta44ur FE1TUCKYESLEYflNdflDEfl1ncij G Id tr41i ee AT CAMPTOn s I j iii f W111CCL i i1 6J tP7 8JIA aa AJ i fc kj k fc IIISTOHYFirst Winter session opened Jon G 1896110 students enrolled Second Win tor session opened Tan 4 Ib9i105 students enrolled Third Winter session opened Jail 11 18nSlS5 students unrolled excellent1Stschool1nWHY IS THE JK T ia SO SUCCESSFUL 1 4 If 1 habits2nd schoolsor are sent artl Tho students that wo encourageao those who are earnest steady and true neon business yeArlithyoung people FACULTYE IndCW C Winche tel Ky BowlingGreen hydInstructor in MusicPiano Organ Guitar Voice Culture Roc H O MOORE Lecturer Actual schoolFessionfeend fir fC exatntnntloui In May yourselvestheE E BISHOP Principal JPermanently cured by TIe surest and 1Vh1TElldbfq j l 99- p j gr HeadacG1JEJ I Js often s warning thnt the liner is torpid or Inactive Moro Berlins i I troubles may follow Fur a pro efficient cure of Hca lacho aiu ui liver troubles tako Hoorfls IPflJHs While they rouse tie liver restore fall regular action cf too iKwels they do not grlpo or hula do not Irrltatoor Inflame the Intirn i lortnns but have a positive tonic effect Sao at aU druggists or by mail of C I Hood d Co Lowell Mas a THE mEFlAlr cwon Judge G B Swango paid Kzel u flying visit SundayiMrs very HI for several lays is inipovitiy Curtis Quicksall spent Christmas with the old folks at home near Ezel Dr J M Knsh reports one of Camp bell Paisors children as quite ill Our young friend Edward Oney has accepted a position with II V Picratt A Mr Walters lumberman of Clay City was at the Day House Saturday night Wiley May and wife of White Oak spent Chrismas with Dr J M Kali of this place Berry Pieratt and John Woolery of Ezel were pleasant visitors of our little city Sunday Nearly fifty new matriculates this week at tho Academy andninny moro arc arranging to enroll soon J A Ward representing A Shut tleworth fit Co of Louisville was inter viewing our merchants Monday Curtis and Fred Swan o left Tuesday for Charleston III after a two weeks stay in tho Kentucky mountains Rev u1Lee and wife were pounded last Friday night but we have not room for a list of the presents in this issue Jas II Swango of Memphis is ex pected homo this wool and wo under stand ho will soon locate in Terra Haute Iud Dave Hogg who has been living in the Indian Territory for some years past was mixing with his friends here this week Irct and John Patrick late of Ray Texas hat recently of Mt Sterling Ky were guests of their uncle T A Tnulbec last week Among tho visiting fascinating belles who honored the affair at the springs we noticed Misses Lillio and Stella Rose of Lacy creek Horn to the wife of Willie Tibbs of Lacy creek on Christmas day n boy Dr A C Nickcll was the commissioner in time case The meeting on Lacy creek conducted by the tcS Adams and Picratt is still In progress and is reported ns a very suc cessful affair Several communications are unavoid ably crowded out of this issue owing to the amount of matter already in type for last weeks pafTer Curtis Roc Shelley James and Misses Nnnnie Mapel and Lizzie Henry attended the Chrisnias tree and entertainment at Ezcl Saturday night the LMth E A Johnson of South avenue cele brated Christmas with a big dinner Among those present from Hazel Green Was the family of Dr J A Tnulbce DaysboroOnat are invited to attend and especially the members of the church arc invited to be presentMuch of the matter in this issue was setup for our issue of last week but the Paper failing to reacli us wo did not print any paper which accounts for its ancient appearance tsurpriile party at tho homo of Mr nightwaseveryparticularr the participants it was an agreeable surprise to all TH INK about your health Do not inyourr SI11sapatillakeep yourself YELL 4 placelWtiSI during the terrible fire anthdexperience While asi MrK in removing the stuck ofa store a ljuiig tie burning building the walls of the Ihatter cola pled and precipitated CO toes cf himThebuilding ho was in be crane wedged and ho wax forced to make exit IInlhethinklienvnyfrwas ever made on their fallingbricktop La Grippo Successfully Treated- I have see0I111nttock saysMrthoIcadcrr case I used Chamberlains Cough Rem edy and I think with considerable sue cess only being in bod a little over two ngaiiiat attackiI Limafirstremedy as I I nfterbeillg1 case Iwag able to attend to hU lII s about two days lIlefore getting I down J For tub by J Tnvlor Day THE rONGEVENINGSf I tIitI t- rjjr1 ree fl Jlu I 0111 J IIIII JIW umAJmlID Q tl iID e ryEfi rU8fc= Curtis Wilson of Co D Fourth Non tacky now in camp at Anniston Ala canto homo Saturday on n 20 lays fur lough Some 20 others of each company were furloughed at the mime time hut he was the only Wolfe county boy who drew a prize lie is the picture of health at present hut says ho has just recover ed from a spell of tho jaundice Ho says all the Wolfo county hoya are ini fine health Dr Break Taulbce was summoned by telephone to see Mrs IJollin Knsh on Thursday arrived here at 11 p in nod all a in Friday assisted by Dr J A Taulbec performed an operation on her throat with which she has been suffering for source weeks Subsequently a wcond1 operation was performed since which she has been improving Dr Taulbec left Saturday morning for his home at Mt Sterling The people ot Hazel Green should be proud of the good behavior here Christ mas day There was not a drunken mat seen on time streets nor was there tiny drinking indoors so far ns we have heard Presumably everybody had a good dinner either at home or with friends and in the enjoyment of that they seemed content Monroe Stamper Doc had his milch cow to stray away Saturday night and he will be thankful for any information leading to her recovery ns she is tho support of his children The cow is a pale red with bald face and will weigh about SCO of lOCO pouirls Doc lives on the Cecil fork of Grassy Edgar hash of Toliver had tho mis fortune to lose one of time wheels of hill wagon on Sunday night and ho was thereby disappointed in his coal hauling operations Time miscreant is still un known and the wagon wheel is still at large John E Xickcll of Daysboro is pos lessor of two yearling heifers for which he has been offered 50 And the gentleman who made tho offer informed us that he would make it 55 and take them Come main bluegrass By Its Record of remarkable cure- hands Sarsaparilla has become thIn one true blood purifier prominently the public eye Get only Hoods Hoods Pills are time best tamily cathartic and liver medicine 25c Born to the wife of J B Elkini Dec 24 1898 a boy Stephen Andrew N 11 Chronic Dyspepsia Cured s 0- FTER su florins tar nearly thirty years r from dyspepsia Mrs n E Dugdalo wlfo of a prominent business man of Warsaw wnsiproducodIflan of gas No matter how careful of my eatingtby many physicians und tried umncrUi 1 ClIhJi3 d hout 11ormlluent help Two years ago I began taking Dr Miles Hcrve and Liver Pills and Nervluo Within a week I commenced Improving and per sisting in tho treatment I was soon able to cat what I liked with no evil effects I keep them at hand anti sltiRlo doso dispels any old symptoms UfiffTDr Milts ItamnfllPK l Drarosold by all drug I n11Gists0 guarantee first bottle NelVrnabenefits or money rev Aootor03fundedI Hook on diseases of tho heart and Kffl rv Meoltn vV nerves free Address BS DK MILES MEDICAL CO Elkuart lad FRUITS FLOWERS SHADE TfiP HInp BFQQQ Nurseries110 IJIllu uldub ESfrJ 1S9B Everything for Orchard Lawn nod Garden Fruits and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Vines Small Fruits Rhubard Aspnrgus and nil stock grown in Nursorion Prices reasonable as wo employ no agents application tionH F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY IIIONM 7SC Oi In MAInNKY J It ADAMS MALONEY ADAMS SILVERSMITHS AND JEWELERS LEI CITY WOIii COUNTY KY Hcpnir Clocks Jewelry of all lowest prices Watches mind Imillwitisfuctiun in nil cases Special attention to orders bv muil H II BRYAN SAIKSMAN rout Pearson Clark WHOLESALE + GROCERS LEXINGTON KY h Educate Book KeepingOusiness FOR APHONOGRAPHY Situation TypeWrllingTelegrapby i CJrYR16MID cdrtuGENERAL WRSMITH LEXINGTON KY For circular of lila famous and roaponillto COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Aunrdcd Modal at World Czpoildon pnltlnetoil tluu hook and Hoard ID family about lp Bpeeialtiu8rTluswrded Hr dinic titnrrture tree If dcilrnl OrduatelueeeufqlIQENEBAL WILBUR B SMITH LexlnetonKyf- fott Krnlvckv Vnhfrtilv rttoutcn fDOUO and had ntarlv KM liulcnli in alud4aCf but year Rod River Valley Railway Cos TIME CARD I S rTran leaves McCuiuey at 0 oclock in connectint with train at Ilolhwell fur Mt Sterling lUtiiriiinff lenses Itothwcll atJI p m JAMES MILIlt Gen Agt altothwell Ky j ULAS B KASH PT D 8 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Office at renldcncc and calls answered at all tours Obstetrics a ipeclalty tyi 11 A i o y a TRAININCIt I FEED STABLES o b- I have opened my Training and Feed Stable and will keep on hand plenty of food anda full tleilruhorscscan t pasture at reasonable rates IVE11YJ STfaLtS t I II I I the mini ncconi maculation of guests of tho Day House at Hazel Green L Park Hotel at I have opened two firstchu livery If stables where Iwill keep buggies saddle nurses and hacks hire nt all times Per wishing a vehicle to meet them at can mo have any desired vehicle or middle borne I also have a lull of hacks far hire to druuuaor tt9iahtvtll rnp n n charge of careful drivers fur which they can contract by thu day fur length of time eitherUU 3 I plug water fur them whenever desired Day and Swango water fresh and on tap guests at L Park Hotel Ja TAYLOR D4OB1 Y t HESTO 1E rt A iliOODEI t a taUrBraa sstss 1r + t +erelrarflssarr nw PILLS 1 ht JIJllll1qt maarrornorvoaproetrntlnn POI nil DO vOUdlcncOt- nnrvunrgouenulrourpea t arelthnr + zeurhn fneUatlonFlrll kLtlwr Pubnbuod la llIlllIl wurrYUr lruuront7ornorncrtlpmmwhlcltlnnQtuCnn t 1 r11 I If 7J y tlaaanllnnnltr 1r11hawrytlGtinier wu IIIIvanwrltUvlunr- tiBlultlytta eltCeltit7 torlILU1uJlaGrsl11llrtiCL1I1I1CQL4jOCiuvoiuua0ui- OThey L IC rl =i U banish pain ONE I and prolong lifed GIVES RELIEF fIJ- oA JI k 1 b j t t 1 I IrNo matter what the matter is one will do youJJ I for rJe t ccntstlht rovnoml rnU rut 1 Fa 1t 14cwO-F BEATTWILLE KY Inn Loaning Kgllget of Eastarn Ke1uoky ItKIUiaHNTS NONE HUT THE OLD AND COMPANIES You cannot afford to Insure without Hcclnj him Issues the liberal dwelling homo policy In cxloluncc furnish any who contenllJatcl hulldliiK a dwelling to cost from to 2COO with plan and upcelflcntlonH free I I Post I No I Hills I I I I kin l ilnnIll I I I bIRSS13ICASQ f TI Fashionable Illillineri I i yI IiAZEL GREEN KY I I I I I t I I I I I I I Jon ltINTING I8 Till HERALD n16ST aaA the Y Also for convenience and Torrent nearby for sons McCiuuuy telephone and promptly will supply 1 and any free Ice mind for HOTTS Jtenoq C1 IIELIAIILE most lie will tf00 o Ij ij IOn+ Attorney cLiIjau COLLECTIONS A BprciALTY AND Itr r b TUUS8 rnOMITLY MADE t 151 W JJFFERBON BrncKT LOUISVILLE KY Ilnfcronco J Taylor Day TJazol Oreea i salet + s il i WHAT WE LIVE FOR Dr Talmage Pros on What Our Lives Should Be r The Object of Our BxUtcnoe lloirn to the laud Should lie Acttou Inrntlliic 1 Only for the Workers Washington Nov 13 To all those who feel that they lucre no especialIi mission in tIlt world this sermon o- Ur fr Tnlmnge will come ns a cheering revelation text John xvlll 37 To tills end was 1 burn After Pilate has suicided tradtio- says that hla body wus thrown hat the Tiber and such storms ensued ou and about that river that his bodysere a taken out and thrown Into the llhane and similar disturbances swept thutl liver und its hank Then the body wasI tnken out and moved to Lausanne andI put Into a deeper pool which Immedi utely btcnniK the center of similar at mospheric and aqueous disturbances Though these are fanciful and false traditions theyuhnw the execration with which the world looked Pilate It wax before this titan whetI he was In full life and power that Curl t was arraigned as In the court of oyer find tcrmlncr Pilate said to his prison rr Art thou n king then undtI Jesus answered To this end wax I tarn Sure enough although all earth aril hell arose to keep him down 1 he 1 is today empalaced enthroned and euro noted king of earth and king of Heav en That Is what he carne for and that Is what he accomplished By the time a child reaches ten fear of age the parents begin to discover that childs destiny but by the time he or she reaches 1 S years of age the ques lion Is on the childs lips What vial I I do What am I going to hel What n- 3rtghteauxquestlonatd 1 node for It is a sensibly andlI the youth oughtl to keep asking it until it Is so fully an swered that the young man or youngi woman can any with as much truth nits author thought on a less expansive Kale To this end was T horn There Is tot much divine skill shown Ir the physical mental and moral con iitttutton of the ordinary human being to suppose that he wax constructedII without any divine purpose If youI take min out on some vast jplain and how me n pillared temple surmountedI h by a dome like St Peters mail having n floor of precious stones curd nrche the t mubl have taxed the brains of the great st drnuvhtMimn to design and walls Mcrolicd mid nicked and pr noted and1I walntcotcd and painted and I shouldII rk you what this building was pst up sor and you answered IFor nothing att Ill how cotild I believe you Ani it iis Impbsnihlo for me tto believe tie any onlliinry human being who has In lib musciilnr nervous Lund cerebralI orjnnl rntlon more wonders than Christopher Wren lifted In SI Pauls ur Phidins ner chiseled on the Acropolis and hiillt In inch a way I that It shall last long itftir St Pauls cathedral Is an mucha ruin ti8 the Parthenon that such a 1 be ing was constructs for no purpose andI to execute no mission nod without anyt divine Intention toward some end The object of this sermon Is to help ynt to tend out what you are made fur and help y ou llnd your sphere and avtUt you into that condition where you cnn sny with certainty and emphasis and enthusl rent and triumph To this end was I bornFirst I discharge you from nil re rpanslblllty for most of your euvron menu You nre not responsible for your parentage or your grandparent age You nre not responsible for any of the cranks that may have llxvd 1iii your ancestral line null who n hundred years before you were born may have Ived n style of life that more or less effect you today You nre not re Rponslblc for the fact that your temperament Is sanguine or melancholic or bilious or lymphatic or nervous Neither are you responsible for the place of your nativity whether among the granite hllln of New IIRlnlldlJr the cotton plantations of Louisiana or on the banks of the Clyde or the Dneiper or the Shannon or the Seine Neither nre you responsible for the religion taught In your fathers house or the ir Jrll lon lo not bother yourself about what you cannot help or about clrcum stances that you did not decree rake things as they nfl std decide the question so that you shall be able safely to say To this end I was BydirectBeingintell youtho Lord Almighty Do you knew the reason why Hu in the only Quo who cnn tl1Il Because He run sec every tiling between your cradle nnd your grave though the grave be SO years ofT And besides that Hu In the only Being who can see what hex been happening In the Inst SOO years in your ancestral line nUll for thousands of years clear back to Adam nail titero is not one person in nil that ancestral lino of 0000 years but has somehow affected your elwacter and even cl1 Adam himself will sometimes turn u p In your disposition The only Being I who cnn take all things that pertain to you Into consideration Is Plod and c He la tho ono you CIt ask Ufo IB so abort we lawn no tuna to experiment with occupations and professions Tho t t reason we hnvo so many dead failure la that parents decide for children what they shall do or children them selves wrought on by some whim or fancy decide for themselves without any iinplcratlon of Divine guidance So we have now in pulpits men mak ing sermons who ought to he in black smith shops making plowshares nnd we have In tho Inw those who Instead of ruining the cases of their clients ought to be pounding shoe lasts nail doctors who urL the worst hindrances to their patients convalescence and artists trying to paint landscapes who ought to he whitewashing board fcnccn while there are others making bricks who ought to be remodeling constitu ions or shoving planes who ought to hodaabout what worldly business you shall undertake until you are so positive you can In earnestness smite your hand ou your plow handle or your carpenters bench or your Hlackstones Com mentaries or your medical diction miryor your Dr Dicks Ubduclic1hc logy saying For this end was 1 born There arc children who early develop natural affinities for curtain styles of work When the father of the Astronomer Forbes was going to Lon tdon he nuked his children what present he should bring Inch one of them The boy who was to be an astronomer cried olltBrlns me n telescope And there nro children whom you find all by themselves drawing on their slates or on paper ships or houses or birds nnd you Yates this are to be draughtsmen or architects of some kind And you find others ciphering out difficult problems with rare interest mind success nnd you know they are to be mathematician And others making wheels curd strange coat rly ances and you know they tire going to be machinists And others lire fount experimentingi with hoe and plow nail sickle nail you know they will be farmers And others nre nl ways swapping jackknlvcs or balls or buts amid tanking something by the bargain std they nre going to be mer chants When Abbe do Ranee hall sow advanced in studying Greek that he eould translate Anacreon at 12 years of age there was no doubt left that he was intended for a scholar But In almost every lad throe comes n time when he does not know what he was mantle for nnd his parents do not know nail It Is a crisis that find only can decide Then there are those born for home especial work told their fitness tints not develop until quite late When Philip Dnddrldge whose sermons and hook hnvo harvested uncounted souls for glory begun to study for the ministry Dr Calumy one of the wisest sail best men advised him to turn his thoughts to some other work Istiae Harrow tho eminent clergyman and Christian scientist his heals are standard now though ho has here dead over 00 years was tIll dishearten mont of his father who used to say that If It pleased God to taLc anyof his children away he hoped It might be his son Imiae So some of those who have hero characterized for their stu pidity in boyhood or girlhood have turned out the mightiest benefactors or benefactresses of the human race These thing being so am I not right in saying that in many cases Gad only knows what Is the most appropriate thing for you to do mod his Is time one to ask And let all parents nail all schools nail all universities and all col Ileges recognize this and a largo aunt her of those who spent their best1 yearn In stumbling about among businesses null1 occupations now trying this and nuts trying that and falling in all would bo aide to go ahead with a deli nite decided and tremendous purpose saying To this end was I born lint my subject now mounts Into time momentous Let me say that you are node inn usefulness toad Heaven I judge this from the way you urn built You go into a shop where there Is only one wheel turning std that hnwcrkmatiu toot ou a treadle nUll you say to yourself Here Is something good being done yet on a small settle Let It you go into a factory covering many acres and you find thousands of Lauds pulling on thousands of wheelsI tnd shuttles flying nail the whole scene bewildering with activities1 driven by water or steam or electricI power you conclude that the factory was put up to do great work nod on a vast scale Now I look at you nod f I should find that you had only oii faculty of bodyonly one muscle only one nerve If you could see but not liar or could hear nUll not see if you hind the use of only one taut or out hand and as to your higher nature Ifr you had only one mental faculty und1I you had memory hut no judgment a judgment but no will nnd if you tint p soul with only one capacity 1 should say not much is expected of you Hut haul up oh nun and let me look you squarely In the face Byes capable o weeing everything Ears capable of hearing everything Hands capable a grasping everything Minds with more wheels than any factory ever turned more power than any Corliss engine veer moved A soul that will outlh- d all the universe except heaven antI would outlive nil heaven if the life 0 t the other Immortals wore n moment short of tho eternal Toy whirl has the world n right to expect of you f What has God n rlghtto demand of you God is ciao greatest of econo obis in tho universe sad lie makes nothing uselessly and for whnt pur ruse did lIe build your body mind nnd soul as they are built There tire only two beings in the universe who can answer that question The angels do not know The schools do not know Your kindred cannot certainly know God knows and you ought to know A factory running tit nn exppiinc of 00000 n year and turning out goods worth 70 cents n year would not be such an Incongruity as you 0 tuna with such semiinfinite equipment do lug nothing or next to nothing III the way of usefulness What shall I Ilot you ask MyI brethren my sisters do not rust mu Ask God There some petit of Christian usefulness open It may be a rough path or it may be a smooth path a long path or a short path It may be on the mount of curt spleulty or in the valley unobserved but it is n path on which you can start with such faith and such satisfaction timid Mich certainty that you can cry out in the face of earth and hell and liraveil To this end was 1 Lora Do not wait for extraordinary quail fictitious Philip the conqueror gained his greatest victories seated on a mule nail If you wait for some caparisoned Bucephalus to ride into the conflict you will never get Into time worldwide light at all Samson slew the Lords en critics with time jawbone of the stupid est beast created Shnmgnr slew GO of the Lords enemies with nn ox goad ITndtr Gut spittle cured time blind mans eyes In time New Testament story Take nil the faculty you have and say O Lord here is what 1 have Show me the field and back me up by omnipo tent power Arywhere anyhow ant time for Cod It may be helpful if I recite my own experience in this regard 1 started for the law without asking any divine direction consulted my own tastes I lilted lawyers maul courtrooms and judges timid juries and reveled in hearing the FrelinghuysLns and the Bradley of time New Jersey bar and as assistant of the county clerk at Ifi years of age I searched titles naturalieil foreign em recorded deeds received the con fession of judgments swore witnesses red juries timid grand juries hilt after awhile I felt a call to the gospel minis try nnd entered It and I felt some sails faction in the work but one summer when I sacs resting at Sharon Springs timid while seated In the park of that vii lage I said to myself If I have nn es pecial work to do in thr world I ought to find It out now anal with tint de termination I prayed as I had never be fore preyed and got the divine direr tion and wrote it down In my memoran dum honk and I saw my life work then ns plainly ns I see it now Oh do not be satisfied with general directions Cct specific directions Do not shout nt random Take aim and lie Concentrate Napoleons success in battle came front his theory of breaking through time enemys ranks at one point tat trying to meet the whole lit of the enemys force by a similar force One reason why he lost Waterloo wasi because he did not work his usual the cry and spread his force out over wide range 0 Christian man 0 Chris that woman break through some where Not a general engagement fur God hilt a particular engagement and1I node In answer to prayer If there arc Ilnooononoo people In the world then there nre lfinnononon different missions t fulfill different stylest of work to do different orbits In which to revolve antii If you do not get the divine direction there are at least lftnnOOOOOO possibil flies that you will make a mistake On your knees before God get time matter settled so that you eon firmly say To this end was I horn And now I came to the climacteric consideration As near ns I can tell yon were built for n happy eternity nilI the disasters which hove happened to your nature to be overcome by the blood of time Lamb If you will heartily accept that Chrlstly arrangement We are all rejoiced nt the Increase In hu man longevity People li asnearas I cnn observe about ten years longer that they used to The modern doctors do not bleed their patients on nilI occasions ns did the former doctors In those times if n man hail fever they 1 him If he hind consumption they Ule- ehit I If he hind rheumatism they bled him and if they could not make out ex actly what was the matter they bled him Olden time phlebotomy was deaths coadjutor All this has changed slcippinekr years age ut the life Insurance compares will have to change their table of risks nn charge a man no more premium nt 70 GOr110Iu PIcInndII r how to take cure of themselves human rcnllzefour peafJacob said that his years were few Looking nt the life of the youngest per son In this nss mblnnel nonngennrlnnII Roncfeternity to vast lint arithmetic tine no figures enough to express its length o breadth or depth or height For happy eternity you were born unles you run yourself agates th divine In t atlons If standing in your nresenc 9 r 2 tall the feeblestmy eye should upon soul here as that soul will appear whIm the world lets It up and heaven ear trances It1IoSI I would be so user powered that i should drop down ns one deadYou have examined the family liable nnd explored the family records and you may lute seen daguerreotypes of some of the kindred of previous gener ations you have hind photoginphs token of what you were In boyhood or girlhood amid what you were ten years later nnd It Is very interesting to anyone to be able to look hack upon pic tares of what he was ten or twentyor thii ty years ago but hove you ever hail a picture taken of what you may be mind what you will be if you seek after Gout ouch feel the spirits regenerating power Where shall I plant the canter to take the picture I plant it on this platform 1 direct it toward you Sit still or stand still while I take till picture It stall be an Instantaneous picture There I hove it It IIs done You can see the picture in its Imper feet state nail get some idea of what it will be when thoroughly developed There IIs your resurrected bodyso bril liant that the noonday sun is a patch of midnight compared with it There is your soul HO pure that nil the forces of diabolism could not spot ll with an imperfection There is your icing so utlghtynail so swift that flight from hcfiven to Mercury or Mars or Jupiter aril luckI lignin to heaven would not weary you maul n world on each shoulder would not crush you An eye that shall never shed n tear An energy that shell never feel a fatigue A brow that shall never throb with vain You Ire young again though you died of decrepitude You tine well lignin though you coughed or shivered your self Into the tout Your everyday as sociates are the apostles and prophets nnd martyrs timid most exalted souls masculine omit feminineI of all the cen turies The archangel to you no ear barrassment God Himself your pres emit std everlasting joy That is tin Instantaneous picture of what you maybe and what I am sure sonic of you will bet If you realize that it is nn imperfect picture my apology is what the apostle John said It doth not yet appear what we shall be To this end was I horn 1 If I did not think so I would bever whelmed with melancholy The world1 does very well for n little while SO or 100 or 150 years and I think that human longevity may yet be improved up to that prolongation for now there is so little room betvccn our cradle andl nu grave we cannot accomplish much hut who would want to dwell in this world- for 1 nil eternity Sump think this earth will finally be turned into Heaven Per haps it nosy but it would laic to under go radical repairs and thorough clim inations rind evolutions mind rec itt inns sad transformations infinite to make It desirable for eternal residence 1Ill the oust winds would have to be coiuu west winds and nil the wintersI changed to springtides and all the volcanoes extinguished and all tho thac epidemics forbidden entrance and llo world RO fixed up that I think It wouldII take more to repair this old world than to make nn entirely new one nut I must say 1 do not care where HeavenI Is If we can only get there whether a gardoiiled America or an empara theiborn It each one of us could say thatI we would go with faces shining anilI hopes exhllarant amid earths worst1 misfortunes and trials In the seventeenth century all Ku rope was threatened with a wave oft Asiatic barbarism and Vienna wns es pecially besieged The ling und hi- mcourt had tied tool nothing could stir the city from tiniristo whom they hind sent for help shouldI with his reHetr the Inhabitants of Vienna watched and waited nail turnJugthrew an unusual aril unparalleledI1 brilliancy It was the reflection of till 1star on the swords mad shields nnd lid 1nacre of John Soblcski and his army coning down over the hills to the res buthuropc notO1 and sot rust that light breaks In the swords und the shields and tho helmets of dl I vine rescue bathed in the rising sun of heavenly deliverance everydgo What n strange thing It must be tofeel oneself hart to an earthly crown but you lave been born for n throneon whichou InstItt 1 gone to dust I invite uowforto come in nnd take the title deeds everlastingpassioned nlInI What n poor farthing is all that thisworld can otTer you pnrIthftItiereA beautifuliI theiacherIt awayaeaastellntioaalove and blessedncss Through the atoning1 of Christ oaf we all get there Werev A LITTLE NONSENSE 11jCI nrIb II worthal 1Iitelf y TruuseriptCitizenYouve i thennatal j Well I suppose the drinks 4oar 1- thellDc1rfllt Journal tnt t Big HeadWlmt are ou tocalland IldcI JumjuppeN0 Pintft Steam Heater =Town Topicsah4 It seems litlun J oceaproar1 tldakthatatttwouldt luawerInalroakentitletilyealthmCcrhtinlysupposeyoulltvaatacopy gendc ntacttCltI notice that they are building a vessel that will steam 15 knots an hour staid time first cousin of the Esteemed Idiot Isnt sallorknotitChicago Sun A Vashingtonclergytmutlvastola Jtheire1eryretire Perhaps youd better uptheJournalhaul11hon littleistlIu your nuttier Little Kmma 15oth she has no teeth Halts Tike moraraerl And shes hairless like popperTa ronto World GHOSTS 1N GREENLAND A Yarn VIilili Relates to skiiiu secured by I lent Peary for Clilenifu The following Kturor the supernat ural is told by n member of Lieut Pearys Arctic expedition The Greenland section was partly subsidized by several scientific socle ties on the understanding that skull cud skeletons and botanical and gee logical specimens should be secured for their various museums Six 1sldl11oI skeletons were promised to the go worlds fall authorities In return for ti grant toward the Peary expedi espeIchillylit types as Arctic Highlanders told as the Es kimos mute a superstitious people ourrn dcavors to obtain skulls maul skeletons by legitimate purchase fumbled utterly rand we hud to steal them When the lice sailed from Godharen 11ve lad ID fine skulls aboard tad one of our bunks was converted into a reg situ graveyard each specimen being separately bagged securely scaled sail the cabin carefully locket After the shipping of 13 skulls ween countered terrible weather The crow meanwhile hind their suspicions an to uncanny influences aboard nail one morning tit breakfast an ofllccr told a strange yarn He said he was on hatch during the night when he noticed n kyak paddled by an Kskimo alongside tilt vessel It was bad weather and he knew It must be n ghostly kyak for no such craft could love been out 50 miles from the land on such a night Added to which he stated that the lcynker had no ditliculty in keeping up with the ship The Kskimo hailed the watch and kept waving nail brclttningwhim nays terious gestures and n threatening tone in his exclamations Suddenly he vim fished to reappear alongside n tis min ales latter hailing the ship with n mournful wall The skysus lit lip by the vivid northern lights so the officer stated that he saw distinctly btitsulr placruhatchway cane n procev storm of six Ksklmos walking nolMless ly along the poop deck They passed through the bulwark not over it and vanished The kynkcr disappeared at the soma time The scientific potty left the breakfast table and went to the locked graveyard bunk Six of the skulls were missing tram the bags npIparently the soma that we The remaining bones nnd skulls with the chiefs skeleton tire now the prop erty of the Academy of Natural Sciences 1tiesixmissingskullatnever been heard crew refused to go another voyage In the Kite which they declared was huuutedbylluslticshtsearch of their desecrated bones I give you the story just ns It Pct purred We cannot explain it If the- t crew had conspired to steal time bones to lay time Husky ghosts why lid they take only six skulls and loci dill they manage not to disturb the seals The abstraction of the skulls made no tTcrcneeRo tho sailors declared to the Husky nppnritlons with which they sold the ship was constantly haunted Chicago Inter Ocean IIiiNliltnllty- 1lIelof time louse to Bore who gen rally calls just as she is about to go Jbopplng Wont you let me ring for i little refreshment for ou1 MoreI think Ill take a little some thing just before 1 go Oh then do have it novl Punch Unurpntlon Crawford Prize fighters seem to M particularly unfortunate In their mill vied lives Crabshuw No wonder They don t give the women a chance to talk town Topics I t II I I t i j i g5oNAL AND IMPERSONAL fc fed Glover n former slave llves welt h bI wilt and Ui descendtutts upon the N afIlltl1tlonI n where C was a H a watermeloneating coat st in N V the contestants Lein aitill nice his weight of melons S 1 Mtiiue fanner hue a cart which he built In lHlii the tics of which hltw c t sever beet rest lie also has a sryth iiwhich he has used every season- for ii 45 years petitioner to the general McthndlM a inference in Canada recently aslad cuagregnlluaetjrtinst the growing manuscript preacheraI Wealth HCPIIIH determined to come to tome nirn Mr Herbert Molyntux tried bird but unsuccessfully to dispose d- his chare in the Klvas diamond mine for juo lie now liskRSI21 50001 The czar has appointed his inothrt honorary colonell of the PeryuKchliiw dragoon roglnicnt and ho IIIK apjioiiit td the Grand Duiliess Serge of Itussia colonel of till Tschorulgow dragoons An KngSisli soldier in Ittiruiuli Miv d1 the life of an used imtIvI Miml was ma c jthe heir to a small pateh of lund I I i fOld It fox J 15 1111111the purchaser foundI rubles vuliud at JJSUOUU in the old our mans hut Itcv Vc8liy Illnkelyof Kiystone ff Va is l7 years old He hits preached 77f5 sormons baptized flOUl people and niarriid 1S171 couples in f5 ears lit rays he has 1081 living du iceiidants fiiiliraeiiig live gunoratioiitt lIe Btrved in the Will of ISIS Ills lii ti vote was for lames MonroeI A limn is said to have caused tIi ands of irarriage wIll published in II Yorkshire huiTh hetwion himself andII alndy to whom he was nut engagedi andI who has no intention of marrying him The 111111 it um alleged had conic toI the cud ofhistIlllIllIlItJllstollhihllt the town iv hosing the IKIIIIIS ptililished1 between himself roil a rich lady who I he hall rlccrt tinedon the eonti neat At unable reeditj revived ENORMOUS WAR BUDGETS The A inMliijv Slim Tlmt Are He paired to SrefciMe tlio Icitce or SIHIPH Thi ivjir lindetx of the prinelpnl1 1to ffouiitries of the world are published r the lsvt nuiiitlily Miniinnry of the JJ bureau of statistics Most of them are for the ytnru5 or the preceding one It is nIi slated whether they Incluile tin ejeiiiitiiri + for the lt peetlw j navies In any case tbvy untie a strik i iag renttlih us to the east of IIll1illj j tainiii iace runon the 1 Muropenii 111111111I Is Tn MIHI appropriated by tbo live great piiuer drciit Itrilain Ucrinnny Auitni ticsla and France with the three I irii IwwtER Italy Spain and1 Turlii insioiiit to tilt nonnoiiM toll of ViJisVi irto this we add tle vii r hI niI lint ih IntllttItiGai Sss ve be a total offiIliScVIHT pt nnnuiii TillI jftniil expenditure in In dill which is liven ft r the year I IjIvns olcoiirp swollen by the ar with the Afriiiii ti ihca on the northwestern froniitr hal of Spain by the iiiMtrreu flour in bee ioloiiies and that of Tin key lII till war with Ureece but ntithcr Ihi ranje 1101 vim racier o f llitse iJK nlM g WillS eon have made a tcriou iiiliitioii to thu average annual1 i ixpenditnrcIf halglforI i largestIntions follow in their order France ItalyI4Gcouth The he figures however give a mlslciiding iniirchsion of the relative 4burdenig0 inhabitant of England for In hailer on account of the amount and diUrlbutij of wealth and the ordinary llIca nil of earning reweave does not begin to feel his annual contribu tion of ilM as dots the Spaniard his payment of S2i the JtiiKsIan of 117 cr the Turk of only sa cents It is IhtCermnnthat of 221 to the 1rcneliman while tfllItllllnnItotllkellspringThecharge owing to Ihe wart population is only 40 11I111uIs10111 tilt dread a Vcrv nttyatmoment drive the native t- open o rcKistance tntlstors given It is hV sis 1IOUIII1OItun setdown0111y 71 cents per t11ltnS V Tunes CrtntnreAand eluggish cren lizardchase litliet saurian hits the reputation being the laziest creature evtu ere ated rn u lie ls usually found clinging tc rivermGdreaalnmouonleasmany e rj16 to exist is o mystery i MJolden dayGgea t 4 IIARDSHIPS OF ARMY LIFEI From the Press Jplroy ladOneotthe first c forthountrye of Sefton goodrecordhardloneJ anti noe wee is exception Jcnncteceidea Urr penned jut on alll tionll e and we had begun were eery nears laidI atoJIflce nndas to Ito on quests entniouurocuaand teo drinktj 1OurmptySome lheQcetawreckine rhuet IcesInll1el1Iworse Our family doctor seemed puzzle thertwose I recovery iinrt nearLastovenibrr i I advised to try Dr saidtheyl troutdoI I and ass alai I did for 1 becuno better at J 11i1rltlOni troubledwithThe power of Dr liHIII I I cTalc in the esIsecIn 04 rcmatk blu as the one related above I1no remember ntit a man snow where you can make a dollar Ill will not hilltollfI11111111withl 1 really gilti n lettir tron the ttirl The girl1 s 1 usnav1aluulniinle her mm livak on the matili Atelii Foe lilobc e- HohrrlI had a curious dream last night 1 thought I wa making love to a hitnd some youiij wornti und just HH II was noing pop tilt ItWllti1I I trkeep Italian rtDihlLloes mill IItIllill slit ntplit hpve said that she n este 11 nuRuston1 TninserfpTT Whats the reaQnrt of your enmity to toultutitpRlhlfthI star SorghuMi ltic didnt CIIHW my path We were after tin ecte oflnt and IIP ran user mo from lliiii Wiit liimton Star Lorg pi lange fntUA1fHilIn I W your telephone r Dinra arp rlaoI io you wart to tk to Jr s knga I uiulirstand its iate n tlrvntorv icmnrk i bout mo tint I vint to tell Jiin junt what I thickat situ Cinriniuttii uinwciviul Tribune I titrbrerdrndnittrr bailies of tlill cold lintl fricndlesn world he should dctrraiimi ia hlHI own mind whether ho wishes to broouH n rooil wbintkr or n +anxl olUv llay JlacantJ Le hothL A W Hulietin election I ynndft will lit cliuwrd mvlcr lie bond u blalltilluI A W llulletin Lots of tarn full over thcmwlvu in Flrjv ing to ft ahead of othoii Chiiugo Dally News POINTED PARAGRAPHS I Homo Short Sentence Containing Truths AVhlcli We Ann cotfnl Cjpid baa a snap when he encounters anIdlp brain i i It wkct shopping is about the only kind1 inSome preparo for war by rifling their hu binds pockets fromhii cowardManiaces buttheredoubtersPolitical the most votes for thelcast money Lots of friends ire retained by not say saidEducation iis unable to recognize an opportunity when he meets it The possibilities a penitentiary sentence are about the only thing that can add to the dangers of football findherI tog to accept substitute duriuthlg e cnllhitrlhilugo Turin U morn Cnturrli in this section ofr tho country unlit nil other diseases put to rrWyearewnssalpOsedy jnarsdiiclnrH iirdnouifed it n local discos nail iiT crilil tarot remedies and by con stantly ralllllltI to euro wlli local trcatincnt- I priuioiiticcJ luiurul lo Sflenci bus proven catarrh to bo a coiiAtitutlonul dlsea c nml- I thcroforc requires constItutlonnl trcatnirnt F1Cheneyconstlliitliinat euro on tho market It IIs tnUcn internally in doses from 10 drops to n tonspoonfnl It nets directly on tilt blood and niiicnUH surfaces of till Hvstom Tbev ftrl1l1mnnlnls Addivsn F J tnrsur cc Co To kilo Sold bv DnnrirlnH 7rc- I falls Family Pills inv the best Yhcn 5hc t4nR Yountt illIj I inMUsi llissharniiatII i IIIctlWllllIvnungMow dutyllrooldylifei Tliinl cl lnr Onjr lisle Agr its of the C 11 it D will sell tleketH for tin nlovo ooeasloti at the rote of Onu 1lord OneThird KII ro lug tlill round trip to nilI 1jKilnlK vitliin n radio of Ill miles Tlekel gaud tfoiiiK on November sM loud to rt turn ineliuling Nuvumlior if- tTlie Gaunt Vny More iooilu niaKo a fas over miiKliroonm nail I lecft iKopli like tloiu titi arty oilier allegcil ilclitaei tt liington 1emuclata T i tire n Culll In Out Uny lake Irfixiitivc Iliiiino JuiiiiiieTaMotii All di UjiitiotH refund moat if it sib to cure liTic foscRilx MIM itHiil v ilintt OurhkyOh- urthia iaw oudden =fit llits Iiaoii Cun for COIl lIl11plloll relieve tlt mot olwtimitp lOllllhe H Huch iniirlicr Ilexutgtilnto Feb 21I 01- 1uJiIy Many wonderful things lImppcn AutOhioroljhitltutun If you want to he rutted of a rough uso lets a Honoy of lloifliiitind Hiul Tir Iike Tutfthailitf heaps Curs in oUt minute Wo Name the devil for many thinir he couldnt 1Cihl do nnlis men helped iiiin Town Topic Tin way out of Pains and ttche4 ij5 to ru St Jacobs Oil iin tbiWhat A Crip thtire your sprain iin n dayl with Jt liicobs Oil pictitlef T wThREE HAPPY WOMEN Each Relieved of Periodic Pain and Backache A e 95 Trio of Fervent Letters t Before using Lydia K Pinlchnms Vegetable Corn pound my health wits gradually Itcinrjf undermined I suffered untold agony from painful menstruation H Jbackache pain on top of ray head and ovarian j trouble I concluded to try Mrs Ilnltliams Compound and found that it was nil any wo man needs who suffers with painful monthly W periods It entirely cured nncMrs OEOHOB j t1 VA33 023 Dank St Cincinnati 0 I For years I had suffered with painful menstruation j w every month At the beginning of menstrua ttionIt was impossible for me to nland up for more than L avc minutes l felt ro miserable One day a i lttlcboolcoflira Prkhams was thrown into my house and I sat right down and rend it I then jot some of LydiaE Pinhhainu Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills I can heartily say that today I feel like a ncwvwromanai- 4 my monthly suffering is a thing of the past I shall CompoundHsiorhat It 1as r Joao for me31rs MAnalaur AxncnsoH W 303 Lisbon Et Lews Istnn Mc IIi Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has cured me of painful menstrua hack dreadful gad the I Gut w lion noel backache The pain in my was agony t menstruation nearly drove me wild Sow tills Is all over thanks to Mrs Pinkhams medicine and adviccMrs CAIUUE V WILLIAMS South Wills N C The great volume ot testimony proves conclusively that Lydia E Pinkhama Vegetable Compound is a safe sure and almost infallible remedy In cases of periodsirregularity The present Mrs Plnkl1l1ms experience In treating female Ills is unpnral she worked side by sIde with Mrs Lydia F Itnltram and for hershM I great buslnPest treating by letter as many as a hundred thousand ailing women to during a single year Is I I dlaBPlnkfiamsYesetaWeComsonailjAWoniansEcnicflyforWcniansI A MUCHMOURNED MOTHER Col Shatter Ttiovcht Twice in Oae Month Warn Too Often for Her to Ule When Shatter was senior colonel of the nomeIwandtin exceedingly bright capable fellow settinghimctjrapndes were just as frequently getting thistI n long face and applied tar leave to attend the funeral of his mother who had died the previous night he said in the town The olookingverreed that the same man had been granted idenlicallrctextl of days afterward encountered the bereaved u amor on the parade round Jx ok here wantJyou good t aliveWellso stammered the culprit not knowing what was coaiing IvehllIrtlnever of one dying twice in 30 days for one 1 ou may go in mourning for a month nt the Kuordhouce N O TimesDemocrat liar WIIM n MlnernloBUt waltnaltructilf mnloIbltlllillganic homogeneous substance of dclimtc or npproxiniiitely definite chemical compo sition found in nature IJof1I11 nndettitand me Come now you I minoralti And your mother mid fathirrit haws tout you the nnmcH of them havent they Of course they have Now can any one of you tell me the unmet of three mincralx continuedhoveminoralH on exhibition t Ono little girl raised her hand II thought HO Mary willI sonic three mmemln Mary arose and lispedApolliimrixi Chica go Chronicle Sue Ail vice lilltlnIlItCtI1WlIulIltinA doubling ThnmnH lull of aches uses ruredIA glass cyp in the memorial window of the soul Princeton Tiger curedby unitfter1 UailyRecordRecord1hnMt XI 1 hrN1111S C and ri IWNrnil A A irtnt fI16EEtt 6tr- W W J w f1IJ W Send your and will send you page Illus rated catalogue Wlncbeiter nEW i i PJSOS CUREFOit folios Bjrup latlnflL UrniTlt Every cough makes throat more raw and irritable Every cough congests the lining lunRSCease a chance6tve You will need some heIr do this and you find It CI1CITpeclollill i Prom the dose the quiet and rest begin the tickling the throat ceases the spasm weak ens the cough disap forIpneumonia and con sumption but cut your cold delay Dr Ayers Cherry Pee brat Plaster should tuverthelungs per son troubled with a cough Write to the Doctor tYnuauai OlportllllltiOI anllonl spanolico OhlIIlPlltI ttitsllfl for bIvhg you modlcal IlIlvlcII particular In ourrao rvrclro III iromiit rcpljr without Address lilt 0 AVHt 1wuli11 a1lMMI MI r Kl Y 11eFor Infants Children 0 BearsaspThe forSiOvor Thirty Yearn Of 4Jl1 a BoughtbTMr rrNT un COMUHV MIKHHY uTJIINw aa t MJi PAnrfYour Olvn t GS 4 URALO WATER COLOR PAINTS MURAFQf1 RIIININittohppnedwlharruhndbccmuahanlIceintaa well hut lir Nt W JIC COtOlt 1A tt UN and it till malcrlnl froiuymir lofuldeal rn In uknuwantiwwill puITJUlntb- IwarutnntalnIiirll THE MURALO COMPANY NEW OI NEW YORK mhNNNNINmUiiiNiiWmUmiNiUiiilNiiI VNNNfflWNWNNNNMf I SAPOLIO I LIKE GOOD TEMPER I SHEDS BRIGHTNESS= EVERYWHEREI frtrF4r Ef W atfSn ijiJr IAJiDFn 1LL = address on a postal we tur 149 IreIWINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS 180 Are IrAVElf COi UIII byBuckinghams I SOctiefdrunlitaorRPH ColriuhuaNH L Best Tuteauovd Use Bold by r N fl your y wayPutthem to to In AgerS first in short without be ofevery us lVrll- ofrnotrnllthe 1151beenwill cost J Mail 2- tX ewnnwcX la1YM TT y WALLSgCEIL urkiriUlly with rolilnr tulrr tmiOHTON m W rrrrrrmmmrrrrnvltwrrNmrrnrhvvvvrrmwrrnny o Whats the I Iii i Matter with i i KANSAS KANSAS OWNS pit round numbwi S 900000 horses ind mules 580000- mlleh9 tows I 600000 other cattle i Y 2400000 twin sad 223000 iheep N ITS InXeludeI s 60000000 Labels of wheat and mlU m Irons upon million of dolLn In value 1gi of etcIn = Send for tret copy rf Whit the 1 of9bpsuss OtMTtl rIft OOM e e n iUkliw ftph A luU r Wiwy i CUMt iueN5WDl5CDYUYiglvMI roraieaedqatreatasut 1 A N KB 17115 4 t WHEN VRITrKO Z0 AlltvxzTsru MJ i plecuo state that few Mtlt ti aircM stoat U est MVW v k 1 0 C Ii D How to PI11d Out 4 Pill a bottle er common glaw with your water and let ittund 24 hours t a edi meat or Settling Indicates an unhealthy condition of the kidneys If it stains your linen it la evidence of kidney trouble too frequent ilnire to pass it or paini in the back Is alsor eonrlndng proof the t the kidneys rind bladderarecutoforde WJIAT TO DO Thrtvis crmifort in the knowledgei often exprreedtltntDrKilmeea Kam Hoot the preat kidney remedy fulfillif every wf b in curing rheumatistn pain in I the back kidneys liver bladder andI I every part of the urinary rage It correcw innhllity to bold water andI ecaldingpain in VMing it or bad rifccl following UM of iiqur wine or bier nnd overcomes that unpleasant necet- of being compelled In go often darter the dy Ant to Let pp many times dar inp the night The mild tend the extra j i i ordinary tflVct of Swamp Root is snonI realized ItJOInel the bigfct for iir voftdrrft rurennf the mnft di treiip capes If you need a medicine yAU should have the but At drugs its fifty cea U or one dollar I You may have a sample bon and ai book that tells more about it both entIt absolutely free by mill if you end Tour j uddrfM to Dr Kilmer A Co litogham I ton X Y When writing be sure s mention that you read thti penerous offer In the lzri OKRrx If FRALDat COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0fSTTo Innure iutertinn ALL cnrre jI pondctice mutt be in this olive by Monday night of each week and that nearby on Monday morning GILLMORE GLEANINGS i ii A R Iraham lost a very good mule a i rev days since cause unknown jI Christmas is now on Good time fo tliu merchants to sell candies fire crack I CM etc I LHrtterjL eatW L Close and Job K h bare been din 1 MugolBn and oUwr CUUIIUfIa for three wholes touching vocal music and have d not yet reLurotdIi Tim sad newt reusedon yesterday J tiPitnur old friwid Wilt UurchfieM of R ut fork of Ffoien creek had beta j mortally hurt by a sled load of core ape etchClift blia and lie ws thought t I jj 111 dying 111 U ui aJire bt I 1tuldngo iI f Awlrtir i Wtfon who moved writ some i i 1 month rinse k rhiliajr rdadveauadf- riend la tble vicinity lip didai like i i the lit and hat moved trek to oldII Kentucky wltb bU raaiily laving MIat Ford on the Kentucky rirer IoatlI he boti bt a Htill they farlDII r trattlspMartiedoeI at r tll MM fo4J1j + 8mith Rev 11 HlJulejl-r fTiciaUnr Andon the wme dr John V Jinlf to brig lyuraor Spencer Av E IjI W Miaton oaleta cUeet I TOLIVBR TOPICS j I IlbertyThursday I in I lamed Jlooro Ihue moved to tko fast of Doc MurphyIj j L spentCltrietmu I Itethel Carter of Wellington was in Tiilivtr kit HIIno bore Sarah KtkinsbudllaJII to her home for some tines with trip but I Is some better I Howard Mannln ba bought a farm on 0tblniovo to it tots I ipentCbraluiuMorgan coruuy i Yw wrihe met F lnard Taulbe Mon hartyIUD1 rIll flUBIM I IIAMSYEARSOLD andnevrr- any rwwd equa to lr tenth l1ne1 honey U ICII quick lUlU Iennauenlnl lit pfpas Kenu coughs and colda n mall tat lme r ungtit iL At KteIII- JNIKAb 4 f Doc ilurpby has moved to his lumoo Grassy creek aid seems to be well plfjuxd with his situation Miiws Lou Catxuo and Naene Mas Dint of Toliver will attend school at Hazel Green Academy this winter Serwil of the young folks attends the Chri troa tteeat Maytowii S lanl itrJ1 Henry W W Swar + iM Bui ford ManniM have jtreteraed IrMa barpnods fer the firaa of Henry aw C tCa IDec 36 SmSMU SWAGO SPRING SJIYIKG Welcome and eWr for tW aew year Harry Stranpa tfaadt a Wi w trip W Campion ScUirday AlbertI Intact ol Whit Oat wa cU leg oa his bet girl Satardar ntfkt- Heuryand Forrwt OeeU of Gttsey were the goests of Raabraapo ends1 Mbelttella sad Lillie Re of Irtr Creek in company with tkeir brotWr Curtis rue us a pUnnt visit Saturday sad Monday Fred Resband Cartis Swicgo wade fl ins vi il to Campion Friday return ing utunlaytemapaaied by Harry Corabi of that place and plenty of moo Tyridhere Ther day for a two xcat lay among his many relative in and around this vicinity ibis bring bi first visit since he left here M rae eizhteen years past UNO HiresThankful to the people of this and the urriMitxlinz coramauity for their liberal patronage since I have been n prartkinj physician at Hazel Green I wih to say to tlRe who- a have paid me that I sot profaalcall baserpeter paid me unjtjior I dire to say that Iwill take it s a penal favor if mybillI for I caant aSird to practice for you any more on promie Now if you ont mesa to pay me Ml1a owe IIKI for my sake and the sake of my children ont send after me WiU respect tn all A C XICKELU M D mORgAN COUP Yo CONSOLATIOK CHAT fort Cecil kilted eight qaalJat ODe INK Saturday B Lacy and Harry Perkins were fa Nta of K F OeilI CbrUtmns IC C Gilpi bid to Jaue Ifaveo- ooe thrre months old calf for ill Rr Wm H Chamber baa been enn tea to preach nt CwntoUtion during the tfiuinf yeiir I ici U Motley who has been in Ohio work fur three month returned home I in time for Christina iDgIhome It wat indeed the grand oil sight that ye crilie ever saw There wan a corn bucking at Jerre IOldAelde ThnrMIay and a neatI at night wkfth the young folks enjoyed their fhe until 10 oclock Then all were diamused except Kelly Giila pie and K- j lilankonihip aiwl they stayed mute MAYTOWN MISSIVES School was dibmiscd Friday for the holidays Arch Chillier and family spent ChrUt mil in town Howl to the wife of Henry Murphy place last week n girl W II Nii kohl attended the Christmas tree nt last Saturday night o1fM Pearlie Swan o spent Christinas with Miw Lizzie Henry of this plin MiM Iia Ynnnp while pinging with some other girls irly1 cvcnir wn ac 11 Ring out the old Ring In the new I Ring out the false Ring in the true ft We bring to you the new and true from thetI t piney forests of Norway DR BELLS I PineJarHoneyii byINatures most natural remedy Improved sdcnce to n Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces cf the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes I The sore weary cough worn Lungs arc exh1a rated the microbebearing mucus Is cut out theIcause of that tickling Is removed nnd the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Is no Inclination to cough i SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS I alaieBE= Dr Bills PlniTarHonty J J I dfeaUllr pushed off a high porch and fractured her b uldcr The diitribution of presents at tbe Christmas tree in the church passed off quietly j YN Jordan Wills and Sir Judy Bo ki Urn UTe been on the sick list for the past Week 1 1c F DIr who bas kern at Jackson the weeks returned homeff f put two Sttmin J Mrs Ka Tumble r Wolfe oounty vbitJ bet fn+K Ut MM ils Jordan I Will lat wwk I Ry Tyler vaZI da x ptotrastrd I wvtieg at the XL EL Mrek wMI this i 3loday eruaialr I I c- ff cIta Larea ha Ilan btaea rise 1 idnS is folk ttwa tit w east blase txpfctl ht his i I i irrct A ads Sroujpiv wac b1 miscii Atfi Tliar day tke tad surf wwa + laei I r rider br the JfbMMir fnonwtr 1 j I r t1AJoe Pleats bas bowrfc a Bart of Jor din Will farm aa t Mr 11 ills bought t J D SpooWiass totra propeny J Charter Lyoa SAd Han Hackney of v FreD bbuJ were in town a few days Ilist Week the guest of B Lyon I Po A CaildVr bad a family Chiiitnia I v t vIIitbo present were R A Caildere family John On Jev and family anaII Sarah With and little daughter j Uncle Wah Cbilder and wife Jet i Oakley James Cbilde Mrs illielKobin on and daughter Aunt Ether I and Mi + + Caroline Tutt 1i5es Ida ur1j I phy and Xannie Day The trie was well I I f I loaded with nice prerente for all and the little folk marched into the room two and two to the music of the organ It I was quite an enjoyable aflair and all reoI i port an enjoyable time j PcbllcIjiI I i To the i II We art xtuboriw to guarantee every j l bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy j i i and if not tatUfactorv to refund the money to the purcha er There is no = better medicine made made for In rir pe ClJloII and whooping cough Price rand J tc per bottle Try it J Taylor DaySend your laundry to the Winchester Pow r laundry the best in the state D M Littoral is agent at Matel Gate and will call for and deliver sood iti town lie will air forward all parka gw tent in hum tbe ennnirr 7tf Mr and Mr N I11are left Saturday for Lexington where tie r will re iMo temporarily They have not yet decidedl II jut where they wii I late but wherever that may be they will hut the wi he= n I host of friends here for their future i IIa j happineta and prosperity I t i JdrrlO j Ir 1 r 3tj t oJLI I I atr1Ad 11 L t l fj r L I The leading S3ialsl f Ansrisai ft 20YEA3SiiOi0I fe 3j 250000 CUOE j1 WE CUREEMISSIONS ft t12othln stn Iw lam emonluinr tolVJ initMIar men than tho per C TV cneo of the nicfitly lanct Jhfyfry j rro lnefl wenknw trrIUlltltf feehti I n 4 nfdtegnetandanhnIOtrainnfcrmptotnsThcy Ui Afe and racial harrinl matter a r slether cauwd by urn laLirt n youth oirleeuro you NO CURENO PAY Iteader you neat help IarlM nhcIla r exec + j way hero wenkcnwl Nft1 l e bro dtsmtcd1 y 1 j1illa T5000 CUE I I Vonni Man Yon nro pole cI I and hnkgartl nervous Irritable nnl ex citable Yo t booomo forgetful morrlc l nudiIt iwnlent blotche anti plmplrr + II sunken eye wrinkleU fan cioopinT t j 4 hen and loTncn t 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