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Digital page images are linked to the text file. b OPS SECOND GIFT ttlmnge Says It Is Better Than This World lIIIt itnil the Clorlr- of IrDhtbe World to Oniue CunipnrcU lnndtttthof Thlp Lae- Copyright 15991 Taking for iit- ext nn oriental scene seldom noticed Tnlninge discusses the supcrnnt- ut qr advantages of religion for this rOr11 sad the next text Joshua XV 1Thou last given me a south Innti- 81e me ulsl springs of water Amlw her the upper springs and thegate nether springsI The Cityof Debir was the Boston o- 1ndqultyu great place for bruin and books Cnleb wanted It and he offered his daughter Achsnh as a prize to any 0ijC who would capture that city It Has a strange thing for Caleb to do the man that could take themad yet city would have at any rate two ele jjjuts of manhood bravery and pa triotism Besides I do not think that Caleb wns as foolish in offering his daughter to the conqueror of Debir as thousands in this citywho seek alli ances for their children with those who have large menus without any refer Mice to moral or mental acquirements Of two evils I would rather measure tappiurss by the length of the toward than by the length of the pocketbook ID one case there is sure to be one good element of character in the other there may he none at all With Calebs daughter as a prize to fight for Gen Othnlel rode Into the battle The gates of Debir were thundered into the dust and the cityof books layat the feet of the conquerors The work done Oth del comes back to claim his bride laving conquered the city it is no great job to conquer the girls heart for however faint hearted a woman herself mny bejjie always loves courage In a mnnl1nccr saw an exception to that The wedding festivity having gone by Othnicl and Achsnh are about to go their neww home However loudly the cymbals may clash anti the laughter ring parents are always sad when a fondly cherished daughter goes off to itay and Aehsah the daughter of Cab knows that now is the time to ask almost anything she wants of her lather It seems that Caleb the good old man hail given ns a wedding present to his daughter a piece of land that iras mountainous anti sloping south ward toward the deserts of Arabia iwept with some very hot winds It was called a south land But Ach lah wants an addition of property she wants a piece of land that is well iratcrcd and fertile Now it is no won Ser that Caleb standing amid the bridal party his eyes so full of tears because she was going away that he could hardly see her at nth gives her more than she asks She soul to him Thou has given me a south land give me also springs of water And he gave her the upper springs and the nether rings The fact is that as Caleb the father fave Aehsah the daughter n southland so nod gives to us his world I km very thankful lIe has given it to us nut Ilum like Aehsah in the fact that I- 1m not satisfied with the portion frees and lowers and grass mid blua ikies arc very well in their places hut be who has nothing but this world for i portion has no portion at all It Iiu a mountainous lund sloping nIT toward the desert of sorrow swept by fiery ilroccos it is a south land a poor portion for any nun tint tries to put- tM trust in it What has been your pcrlence What has been the experience of every moan of every woman portionQueenlugs of pomp is unhappy because the slater sketches too minutely the Ankles on her face and she indig nantly cries out You must strike olf my likeness without any shadows Hogarth at the very height of his artistic triumph is stung almost to pnllllIngjot teem to be acceptable for George IIogarthlTakeBrinsley Sheridan thrilled the earth tlth his eloquence but hud for his last lIlIdolleWnlterand trying to write says to his Daughter Oh take me back to my Wnlterbutgrave Stephen anyto1- ye the life of n galley slave When 1 Jo In the morning my one effort is ork go lard that I can sleep when It apPverymidstW remember Bridget when we used laugh from the shilling gallery at the t1J There are now no good plllYS to J guafarasgo tin your street to find an illustration What I am saying Pick me out ten successfil worldlings rsad you know what I mean by woridliagspickitout ten mccejwful worldlings a l I thatlookadrugs hm to bust ness care drags Urn back Take your stand at two oclock at the corner of the- streets siogomicayour bunk Importers and your retail thtfhnppymaking no appeal to God for help or comfort many of them are tossed every whither How has it been with you nry hearer Are you more contented in the house of 14 rooms than you were la the two rooms you had in n house when you started 1 Have you not had morn care and worriment since you won tins 50000 than you did before Some of hnchellIsmall menus may be put in great bust ness straits but the ghastliest of all embarrassments is that of the man who has large estntes The men who com mit suicide because of monetary losses are those who cannot hear the burden any more because they have only 50 000 left On Howling Green New York there is house where golIeknew him and he had wealth almost unlimited Yet nt the close of his life he says Behold fin years have passed without any practical result save fa tigue of body find fatigue of mind great discouragement for the future and great disgust for the past Oh my friends this is a south land and it slopes oft toward deserts of sorrows und the prayer which Aehsah mode to her father Cn lab we make this day to our Father God Thou hnst given me a south land give me also springs of water And he gave her the upper springs and the nether springs Blessed he God we have more ad vantages given us than we can really appreciatel We have spiritual bless jugs offered us in this world which I hall call the nether springs a nil glories In time world to come which I shall call the zipper springs Where thai I find words enough threaded with light to set forth the pleasures of religion David unable to describe it in words played it on a harp Mrs Hcmans nut finding enough power in prose sings that praise in u unto Christopher Wren unable lode scribe it in language sprung it Into the arches of St lams John Bunyan tin able to present it in ordinary phraseology takes all the fascination of alle gorjvllnudel with ordinary music un able to reach the height of the theme rouses it up in an oratorio Oh there is no life on earth so happy as n really Christian life 1 do not mean n shout Christian life but n real Christian life Where there is a thorn there is n whole jarland of roses Where there is our groan there are three doxologies Where there is one dayof cloud there is n whole season of sunshine Take the oult1owlnOteIS are his armed allies the Lord is his Shepherd picking out for him green pastures by still waters If he wnll forth Heaven is his bodyguard If he lie down to sleep ladders of light angel blossoming lire let Intohis dreams If Ie be thirsty the potentates of Heaven ire his cupbearers If he sit down to food his plain table blooms into the Kings banquet Men say hook at that odd fellow with the wornout eoat The angels of cod cry Lift up your heads ye everlasting gates and let him come hI Fastidious people cry Get oft my front steps Time doorkeepers of Heaven cry Come ye blessed of my Father Inherit the King dom I When he conies to die though he may be carried out in a pine box to the potters field to that potters field the chariots of Christ will comedown tad the cavalcade will crowd all the boulevards of Heaven I bless Christ for the present satlsfac lion of religion It makes n man nil right with reference to the past i It makes a tuna all right with reference to the future Oh these nether springs of eomfort Theyarc perennial The foundation of God standeth sure letting this seal The Lord knoweth them that lire Ills The mountains shall h part and the hills he removed but kindness shall not depart from thee fly neither shall the covenant of my peace he removed snub the Lord who hath thee Oh cluster of dinuponmercy nonds st In burnished gold Oh lIether springs of comfort bursting throllgh all time valleys of trllli and trlb of timesee you Motion When you world what satisfaction there is on earth In religion do you not thirst after of Caleb thirsted It its time daughter after the water springs It Is no stag scummed over with ma- I tort pond aria hut sprlllgs of water Icnplng- ffront time Bock of Ages fake lip one and across thewaterof tlmt springcup cllatlcl will flout the delicate of theLop rhadows ofthe lIeavnly emeraldthe low of jasper time green of of jacinth blue of snrdonx the ire I wish J cOllld 1I10kp you ofeusa ItIs to some lie joy religion while he lives and makes n man happy With two feet upon he dieslad when Iwith dropsiesand burstingchairm In time poorhouse cry old manImeard an Isouloh Bless the Lord my nut has thisand said Whataroundlooked God for It makes thankman got to leap IUI s bare and the the lama man t dumb sing They say that the old Puri tah religion is a juiceless and joylessI religion but I remember rending of Dr Goodwin the celebrated Puritan who in his Irst moment said Is this ly- Ing Why my bow abides in strength I am swallowed up In God I Kr ways are ways of pleasantness and all her paths ore jJcace Oh you who have been trying to satisfy yourselves with the south land of this world do you not feel that you would this morn- Ing like to have access to the nether springs of spiritual comfort Would you not like to have Jesus Christ bent over your cradle mind bless your table and heal your wounds and strew flowvr of consolation nil up and down the graves of your lead Till religion that can Rive Sweetest pleasures while we live sutplySweetest wo die But I have something better to tell you suggested by this text It seems that old Father Caleb on the wedding day of his daughter wanted to make hrr just as happy as possible Though Oth nicl was taking her away and his heart was almost broken because she was going yet he gives her a south land not only that but the nether springs not only that but the upper springs 0 God my Father I thank Thee that Thou hnst given me n south land in this world nnd time nether springs of spiritual comfort in this world but more than nil I think Thee for time upper springs In Heaven It Is very fortunate that we cannot see Heaven until we get Into it 0 Christian man if you could see what n place it is we would never get you hack again to the olllce or store or shop and the duties you ought to perform would go neglected 1 nm glad I shall not see that world until I cuter it Suppose we were allowed to go on nn excursion into that good land with time Idea of returning When we got there and heard the song amid looked at their raptured faces and mingled In the supernal society we would cry out Let us stay 1 We are coming here any how Why take the trouble of going back again to tint old world We mire here now Let us stay And it would take angelic violence to put us out of that world It once we got there but as people who cannot afford to pay for un entertainment sometimes come around it and look through the door ajar or through the openings in the fence so we come and tonic through the crevices into tint good land which God has pro vided for us We cram just catch a glimpse of IIt Wrotlle near enough to hear the rumbling of the eternal or chest rum though not near enough to know who blows the cornet or who fin gers the harp My soul spreads out both wings and clumps them in triumph nt the thought of those upper springs One of them breaks from beneath the throne Another breaks forth from he neath the altar of the temple Another nt the door of the lions of many man sions Upper springs of gladness 1 Up per springs of light Upper springs of love It IIs no fancy of mine Th Lamb which is in the midst of the throne shall lead them to living font talus of water O Saviour Divine roll in upon our souls one of those anticipated rapturrs Pour around the roots of the paretic tongue one drop of that liquid lift1 Toss before our vision those fountains of God ralnbowcd with eternal victory Hear it They are never sick there not so much as a headache or twiigc rheumatic or thrust neuralgic The in habitant never says I am sick They are never tired there Flight to farthest world Is only time piny of n holiday They never slim there It is as easy for them to he holy as it is for us to sin They never die there You might go through all the outskirts of the great city and find not one place where the ground was broken for n grave The eyesight of the redeemed is mar blurred with tears There Is health in every cheek There is spring in every foot There is majesty on every brow There Is joy in every heart There is hosanna on every lip How they must pity us as they look over anti look- down nnd see us nnd say Poor things away down in that world And wJfn some Christian is hurled into n fatal accident they cry Good He Is corn inglI And when we stand around Ihc couch of some loved one whose strength is going away and we shake our hearts forebodingly they cry Im glad he- is worse He has been down there long enough There he Iis deadI Come home Come home Oh if we could only get our ideas about that future world untwisted our thought of transfer from here to there would be us pleasant tt us n8 It was to n little child that was dying She said Papa when will I go home And he said Today Florence Today So soon I am so glad I I wish I could stimulate you with these thoughts 0 Christian man to the highest possible exhilaration The hay of your deliverance Is coming is com- Ing rolling on with the shining wheel of the day nnd the jet wheels of the night Every thump of the heart is onlya hammer stroke striking off an other chain of clay Better scour the leek and coil the rope for harbor Iis only sin miles away Jesus will comedown the Narrows to meet you Now is your salvation nearer than when you believed IdnyI I 4 I this world which slope to the desert and this glorious land which thy fcV titer offers thee running with eternal water courses Why let your tongue be consumed of thirst when there ore the nether springs and time upper springs comfort here and glory here niter You and I need something better than this world can give us The fuel is that it cannot give us anything after awhile It Iis a changing world Do you knew that even the mountains oa the back of a thousand streams arc leaping into the valley The Alle ghcnlcs are dying The dews with crystalline mallet are hammering away the rocks Frosts and showers and lightnings are sculpturing Mount Washington and the Catskills Niagara every year is digging for Itself n quicker plunge The sea nil around the earth on Its shifting shores is making mighty changes In bar and buy und frith nnd promontory Some of the old seacoasts are midland now Off Nan ticket eight feet below lowwntct mark arc found now the stumps of trees showing that the waves are conquering the land Parts of Nova Scotia arc sinking Ships today sail over what only a little while ago was solid ground Near the mouth of the St Croix river Is nn island which in the movements of the earth is slowly but certainly rotating All the face of the earth is changing changing In 1811 nn island springs up In the Mediter ranean sea In 1800 another island comes up under the observation of the American consulI as he looks oft from the bench The earth all time time changing the columns of n temple near Hboli show tint the water has risen nine feet above the place It was when these columns were put down Chang Ing Our Colorado river once vaster than the Mississippi flowing through the great American desert which wits then the laden of luxuriance has nOl dwindled to n smalt stream creeping down through n gorge The earth itself that was once vapor afterward water nothing but water afterword molten rock cooling oft through till ages until plants might live and nnl mnls might live and men might live changing all the while now crumbling now breaking oft The sun burning down gradually In Its socket Chang ing changing an Intimation of the hums great change to come over the world even Infused Into the mind of the heathen who hits never seen the Hlblo The Hindoos believe that Brn h mil the creator once mil1 oil things IU created the water then moved over tine water out of it lifted the mood grew the plants nnd animals and men on It Out of his eye went the sun Out of Ills lips went the fire Out of his ear went time air Then Hrahma laid down tc sleep lnsoOOOOOO years After that they say he will wake up nnd then the world will be destroyed nnd he will tusks it over again bringing up land bringing up creatures upon it then Ily ing down again to sleep tmOOOOOOO years then waking up nnd destroying the world again creation and demoli lion following each other until after 320 sleeps each one of these slumbers lXOOOOOOO years long Hrahma will wake up nnd die and the universe will die with hlmIIII intimation though very faint of the great change to come upon this physical earth spoken of In the bible but while Hrahma unity sleep our God never slumbers nor sleeps ami the Heavens shall pass mistily with n great noise and the elements shall melt with fervent heat and the earth and nil things that ore therein shall be burned up Well says some one If that IIs so If the world IIs going from one change to nnother then what in the use of my tolling for its betterment I That Is the point on which I want to guard you 1 do not want you to become misan thropic It is n great anti glorious world If Christ could afford to spend 31 years on it for Its redemption then you CUll afford to toll mid pray for the betterment of time nations nnd for the bringing on of the glorious time when nil people shall see the salvation of Got While therefore I want to guard you against misanthropic notions in re spect to this subject I have presented I wont you to take this thought home with you This world is a poor foun dation to build on It inI u changing world and It is a dying world The shifting scenes and the changing sandi are only emblems of all earthly expec tation Life is very much like this day through which we have passed To many of us it is storm and darkness then sunshine storm and darkness then afterward a little sunshine now again darkness and storm Oh build not your hopes upon this uncertain world Build on God Confide in Jesus Plan for nn eternal residence nt Christ right hand Then come sickness or health come joy or sorrow come life or death nil Is v ell all is well In the name of the God of Caleb and his daughter Achsnh 1 this tiny olfer you time upper springs of unfading and everlasting rapture A Hvrmr Loose Sotaeirliere- lliibbund Why dont yov wear your newdrellSWlfbIt is unbecoming or else It Is out of style or possibly It IIs a horrible misfit Im not sure which but 1 umual look like a fright or a simpleton in If I1usbnndVby01AU raf ltN Z Weekly a T 0 A LITTLE NOrtSfcNSl 1 TommyPa what dew betterhalf mean 1 PapahIt U H polite way ot saying time whole thing Answers In Installments Is her hair her own lhehlevcaboutimRftof It Js Shes getting It on the Installment plan Cleveland Plain Dealer A lawyer eh DOCK ho pursue his calling Hardly ho seems rather to bo trying to ambush ItDetrolt Journal Mr PlttUnns Mrs Oakland nny chil dren Mrs lennShe has two a buy nnd a girl The boy is nD5 model snit the girl u 07 Pittsburgh Chronicle TelegraphaTommy Gets the Beat of Itllatnma Well Tommy you know no one will lore you if you are so naughty Tommy Sntau will lie loves naughty boys bestlun A- FaddyCall Fiddler n pour maulI Why that fellow has money to burn nudelyPossibly that mummy account for it I know he never has any to upend Boston Transcript Jack WON poor and Clara persuaded mo to marry him she tuild n true want an always married for love VollV Then sho went fwd fell In love with a rich man Chicago Kecord- Kpltoph HtJ riches In plnnty hut soon It sped Poor to tho grave went he when lie was dead Ho strove to net wealthy but lot his health Then strove to get healthy and lost its wealth JudgeAnd did your daughter make n good match I asked onu lady of another Indeed sue did replied flue other Her husband In considered timu shrewdest and most unprincipled lawyer in the state and of course he will be able to gratify her every wish Chicago Daily News HARVEST HOME SEASON Vnrliiux forum of Crlclirntloti Tlinl- Irttvnil In IMITrrtMit liuulN luiilnt CtmtmiiM Of mull autumn customs harvest homo IH one of the oldest mend hits been celebrated In different ways nod with degrees of jollity in every country from time Immemorial The corn Inmsking festival Is peculiar to New England Great yellow mud red ears of corn are plied In a heap In time horn which Is gayly decorated with fruits and autumn lowers Festoons 01 apple parings decorate doors and liuiowH mad there are plenty of jack olanterns After the husking follow a supper and dance or possibly a straw ride by till light of tin hunters moon Sometime tho load of corn Is brought to the harp by oxen with glided horns Crack Nut Night is tie name of n liar s vest festival peculiar to sonic old towns In Connecticut Quantities of nuts of till kinds with apples and cider are consumed GIUUCK wind up tho oven lug In California the vintage festival taken the place of tint harvest hone The occasionI Is often celebrated by time presentation of n Greek drama the stage settings continues amid environ ments being all classic Some spot IH chosen for the festival which presents natural amphitheater The Olympia Rallies are represented with javelin ami discus throwing sail rnnutmigand wrestling The libations nt the altars of the gods are of pure wine Man quaint old customs survive in England One which IIs connected with till feast of Ingathering or harvest home Is the Ikern supper which Iis given to the laborers by the farmer on the completion of the cutting of the corn Tho mell supper Iis another name for this festival When the sickle IK mold down rind time last sheaf set on end It In said that they have got tho kern the fact being announced by loud shouting on the part of the reapers and an Image crowned with wheat and dressed in n white frock nod colored ribbons IN hoisted on n polo by the tall est and strongest men of the party All circle around the Icern baby or hnr Wilt quern and proceed to till barn where they set the Image on high mill proceed to do justice to the harvest uup per In Scotland the dressed nhcnf Is railed the maiden nnd IK fixed up like n doll The youngest girl in tthe har Wilt field has the privilege of cutting the maiden Us head IH formed of cars of oats n broad blue ribbon Iis tied in n bow around the neck and a skirt of paper completes the costume In Home parts of Scotland the last sheafkIK known as the el lIck orcaillcnch old woman It has n white cap a tress a little shawl over the shoulders fastened with n sprig of heather An apron turned up to form n pocket which is stuffed with bread and ehmcesernnd a sickle IK stuck In the string of tho apron at the back At tho harvest feast the coilleach lIs placed at the head ofrthe table the company drink to her mad In the evening the lads dance with herIn Cornwall the last sheaf Is calmed rlio neck and Is gayly decked with rlbboas In Devonshire n small quan tity of the cars of the last corn is tied together into u curious kind of figure which Iis brought home with great ac clamation hung up over Ute table and 1 kept till the next year It IIs called a knack and had luck betide the house told which parts with ItN Y Trlb tip 4- t tne tZt 1- r 1 7 maw UmnKTD1 1 Rg ElcRAJUJ BPEHOEB COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Jan 12 1890 FOR GOVERNOR PPu WAT HARDIN OF HARRODSBURO +Announcements + 0 For Ilepreientntlre NVc are authorized to announce JOSEPH P ROSE of Lacy creek Wolte county as- a candidate for Representative In the next i General Assembly from the counties o i Wolfe and Morgan subject to action of the Democratic party For Htnte Auditor We are authorized to announce JOHN D CHEKAULT of Madison county aa a can didate for Auditor of Kentucky subject to the action of the Democratic convention In 1899 THK enrollment nt Hazel Greon Academy is larger this year than nt tho eamo timo during any year sinco it was founded but a largo part of this patronage cornea from abroad Why an institution so woll and favorably known should bo subjected to tho support of Btrangora is n question that can bo answered only by tho fact that TUB HEIIAU nlso derives most of its support from advertisers rind subscribers at a distance Here nro two institutions that have dono more to make Hazel Greon famous than all olso and yet they would starve did they dopeml mono upon homo support Thero is no town of tho size of this in Kontucky or olsowhoro that can boast of insti tutions superior respectively con Hidurod nor is there n town of liko size whore relatively good institu tions do not derive a far bettor support Homo enterprises should ho fostered first last and all theh timo if a town would prospor Tho pooplo hero soom to have a little pride in both of tho institutions named but it is not a paying prido What would Hazel Green bo without her academy and hers nowspnper aro problems wo have several times hoard propounded with tho implied inference that sho would be indeed insignificanti And ywt thoso pooplo do not do thoir duty by either at least to tho extent they should and could In regard to THK HEKAID it is only nuuoseary to look over its adver tising columns and it will be soon that not a merchant advertises It is not HO in other towns whoro newspapers aro published and if tho business then hero had proper prido it would not bso hero BKKU SKITX the defeated cnn didate for congress in this district wo understand has an appoint mont under Collector Roberts of tho Seventh revenue district and is now temporarily engaged at a distillery in Frankfort Personally Bill Seitz is a clover follow n level headed business man and n J good citizen and his host of friends in this section will rejoice to hear of his preferment TUB acquisition of our foreign territory will add much that wo could vory wall do without The country that is already unable to givo employment to its citizens commits an egregious error when it enlarges that citizenship THE CourierJournal is being credited with thq uominntion ofI Admiral Dowoy and Gon Fitzhugh ticket but I Loo as n presidential Billed Polk of tho Lexington Ob sorvor sprung tho sumo scheme several months sincefOld papers i0c a hundred i C I JJ Jt at lII c Tins section of our state hRs never yet had proper representa I tion in tho division of state offices i and unless wo are wide awake the 1II next state government is likely toII be unrepresented by sm official i from this section The only1 chanco wo see to got in n candidate is to pin our faith to John BChonaulr of Richmond for auditor and fightt I for him to tho finish The office I is a most important ono to the taxjI payers of the state and in no section I should tho people bo so deeply I I interested in tho selection ofz11 competent man to fill tho position i i than the people of tho mountains Tho farmers of Eastern who have in the past KontuckyIIIof mated against owe it to I manfand n man from our end of the I state if possible shall be elected Mr Chenaults experience among tho financiers of the stato the fact that ho is a resident of tho east endand his instinctive devotion to our interests especially com mend him to tho consideration of tho citizens of this section and ho ought to go to tho stato convention withi tho solid voto of every county oast of Lexington to say tho least The way to win is to got tho start and keep itj or as old John Har por used to say run from centi to eond Mr Chenault now ha tho start and if his constituont- will but stick to him ho is bound to win and stick wo must IIox W J Buys addressed the Duckworth Club at Cincinnati 1 Saturday night and his reception was in tho nature of an ovation Tho Duckworth is the star Demo critic organization of tho state and ninny distinguished Democrats from other states were present Mr Bryan talked of the Chicago platform and silver at 10 to 1 but his speech was mainly directed at tho administration and its acqui sition of foreign territory which o characterized as unAmerican and unDomocratic Ho hold that tho United States can not consist J early hold the Philippines by force of superior strength and at the timo maintain at homo a government of for and by the people Both tho Cubans and the Filipinos are ontitlud to the free dom for which they have fought 4 THK business men of Lexington are ranking an effort to have an array post established at that place and heros hopin they may succeed- in thoir undertaking There iis nothing too good for Lexington and as it cant havo THK HKIIAM and its editor wo want tho people to rejoice in tho possession of some c of tho other good things of this life at least HAl tho CourierJournal named Mr McKinloy snd Gon Wheeler as its choice for president and vice president the preference would ho more in accord with its past policy notwithstanding its announcement that as between McKinloy and Bryan it is for tho latter Tho C is n bit gauzy to any ono withI good eyes TO cum A cotii IN ONI PAY Take Laxative Hromo Quinino Tablet All UrucgtaU refund money if it fails to cure 26c The genuine has L n Q on each tablet c The American ling med from the wreck of the Maine blue jackets from the Tons having unfurled tho colors How to Provont PnonmoultII You are perhaps pneu monia always results from n cold or from tin attack of la grippe During the epidemic I of In grippe a few years ago whoso many coven resulted in pneumonia iit J was observed that tho attack was never followed by that disease when Chamber lains Cough Remedy was used It counteracts any tendency of n cold or la grippe to result in that dangerous dis It is the best remedy in the worldI or bad colds and la gripptoI 7aylottf tlo warranted For solo by J Day ARE YOU A DEMOCEAT An old adage reads Thero Is a place for everything and for everything to be in Its place the LOUISVILLE DISPATCH should find a place In the home of every DEMOCRAT In the SUNNY SOUTH The Dispatch Is tho peoples paper owned by the people and Is always ready to fight for the souse of the people IT STANDS SQUARELY ON THE CHICAGO FLAT FORM without the all or consent of the Gold Hug MonopoJiCi in I a tans nilr Ucn of Us news Em cJ V tlT tur nltbed over leaned Mists by the New York Sun tho Chicago Inter Ocean and the Northern Press Association with that of any other paper will fully verity Its ItsStolBO and It Its so It Is always In the Dls patchThe Dispatch also has a staff of over 300 active correspondents In the South and will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE THAN DOUBLE THE SOUTHERN NEWS any other Louisville paper Get the It gives the news and tells the about It Dally S rages Sunday 21 pages Week Iv 8 pages We club with the Weekly Dispatch at the remarkably low price of SlOO a Year for Both Papers FORA- CHRISTMAS GIFT THE ia1osPrice 250 IS THE BEST FOR TH3 JmfiY A complete stock of Ladies and Gon tltmiena Vatehes500 to 2500 and Upward FRED J HEINTZ Jeweler 135 E Main St near Post officeII LLXINCTON ICYII TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK ITSPIItIiSCIIYC- AIIrtI2OO000 u I SLRPLUS 30000 11 M HKiHTAKF IrMdont- Q L KIKKlATKK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier t We r pf t fully vnlMtthr huntnfimnfmcr chants tanner traders and business tarn generally throughout Kumvru Kentucky A general tanking busim done Give use ehftiice to send you a hank book pay you sharks and loan vmi money when in need W W THOMPSON Cashier 4 rniF t sfi Utttt 1WINCIIEsTI1m KY X II WITIIKKSlOOX President RII HUNTKll Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 0000000 This r mehantsa generally throughout Ka tern Kentucky niHItlHI oflogithuat8 FOR SLLEIesi- rina to close out niy businessl at this place 1 oilvr lot +ulc oilof my Blacksmith Carriage and WoodWorkersI Tools IaIthebtlatTwo Satdle anti Harness Horses GOOD ONacrd 5 and fl ta tttotly sofa for ins one to drive tine1Iu 1I01UII U8T Partis in neod of any of tho ahoy an Meiniro bartwins by ciilllnif on JOHN U HOSE hue Greon Ky J TAYLOR DAY Wholcwtle and Iletail dealer In General Merchandise Lumber I 1Honl Estate Sc PalnDriving Association and th Rumors Exchange jA wAXrBE3e ar B Physician and Surgeon fHAZEL GREEN KY I aSurgory and obstetrics a specialty a Greutt Clothing S ll- In the History of the Trade At t louis Gus Strou lxiuutons Loaaing Glotniijg1 9 HouseB 0ooOG NVc overstocked in WproposenowhellJUST THINK OF A GOOD WARM OVERCOA at 01 Pittsti umuiittilI I s ttinlined Kersey overcoat fin ScotSuitsbreastedpt2oUt VorkingmaFarinerBulkergo but represent such manufacturers as Alfred Benjamin Co Straus Bros Fechheimer Keifer t Co find all the leadii manufacturers of the United States You cannot afford ti miss this sale as never have another chance yolifetimeAVc are agents furH Xcwburgh XcvcrRip Pants M will givei you 10 per rent oil on all goods Beautiful Natural AVool Undershirts and Drawei worth 2 at 1 a suit The best Fleccc lined Undershirts and Drawers wor 2 at 31 a suit PierceCo1i0 Ymi can aflord to borrow money and pay intal est to buy these goods at prices named I tLOU5S GUS STRAUS Lexingtons Leading Clothiers ffnllmj THE GREAT- NATIONALS AIilILY NEWSPAPE And your favorite home pape- rTIlEi EL GREEK BEER J Both Ono Year for Only 810010 1 P F a r- imlr l the h1tTHE N Y 1 WEEKLY lUlOUIiL 1111 stint nil rnuttltnewstofntte Nation World comprehensive nnl n IiinlK iiarU reports able editorials interesting ihortlt rics scientific anti mechanical iniViraniiii iluntrutid fashion articles humorous pit tires ami is iiistrurtixe and eiitruiiniiK to every member of every family UCrPjLiT P gitli you all the local news politicaland social kef i T H EI nLrrLU you in stove touch with your neighbors and friendie the funs and in the village informs you us to local prices for farm products thecoji tints of crops and prospects for the year null is n bright newsy welcome anti indlpt sable weekly visitor nt your home and fireside CSSencl all orders to THE IIEKALD iiiU i Ylwl a17R1VS5 ttlpS j tt 5 I i rA 1 A V t9 il IR t CaltneC = ClIi c iii iS KETucKy7EsLEynAcnDE mI AUAT CAMPTONcY r tt y woo i i 1 a tJi ir tifU AYarh L L1i LA HISTORY enrolledSecondthird inter session opened Jan 11 lS0S1S5 students enroll Fourth rintor session will open taut 8 1809 prospects excellent these enrollments do not include public scho- oliWNY IS THE IfcC mi J 0 SO SUCCESSFUL Jti1 lto do not encourage deadbeats nor tolcnato persons of bad habits Thoeo inclined to b uutruthCul1Iport or immoralnro cut to other idcg Jill The students that wo steady anencourage aro those who arc earnest menu Luslucssffycarto1Cithl l place young pcopleIFACULTYF 5 1 IndCGraduate K w Winchester IywUzIGreSky7 E BISHOp Graduato in Business and Stenography GuitarVoicoRev H O MOORE Lecturer 1 Mission closes day lower tlian at any other phonl Mayryourselvese r E E BISHOP Prim clcrmnnenU the hPllt 8Rru cured bI- n nJ DR WfIlTEHALI1S RHEmlATIC CURE Then 1EGlmiIE to I Bent free of mention of this publication THE DR WIiITfsouth Bend Iudlauatt t Hoods Pals i Arc prepared from Na j mild laxatives and jrrtures gentle are reliableI efficient They Rouse iDIle Liver Cure Sick Headache EllII ttt StomachtI everywhere 250 per boxr- reparedbyCLHoodCoLowellUass =PHEHEIALELCircuit on Monday James H Swango arrived homo Satur day and on Monday paid Ezcl u flying visitCoal is in greater demand here than for many years owing to the condition of tho roads Recent rains made a good tide in Red river and the log men succeeded in floating a great many logs Rev J II Wnllin wife and dnught ter visited the parents of Mrs Wallin on Gillmorc this week Curl Mize left Monday morning for Mt Sterling where ho will spend n week or so with relatives and friends Rov J II Wnllin will preach nt toile Chapel on Lacy Creek next Sunday at 11 oclock Everybody invited Tin HERALD has tho distinction of being the only paper published in Ken tucky without local advertising Died Jan 6 ISJS Mrs Celia Ann Clark 6f pneumonia after an illness of nine days aped 57 years ami five mouths Sherman Elain of tho Vheolrim fork of Johnson visited his fatherin law Mcrril Tyler and family near town last week Chas Edward French of Lexington Dible College and Mis Mull it1 lames wore married by Win II Cord on the morning of the 28th ult Woodson Taulbee who his been build ing up his health at the homo of his grandfather Maj Tnnlboe left Monday for his home at Mt Sterling CUR E rheumatism by taking Sarsaparilla whilh by neu tralizing the acid in the blood perma nently relieves aches and PAINS Two or three men made an attempt to steal a copper still and worm from Tay lor Days warehouse n few nights MULT but were frightened away by passing pedestrians Born on Thursday night last to the wife of Ed F Cecil twins a boy and girl both lead Mrs Cecil lute since been dangerously ill but is now im proving slowly With hogs at 300 per 100 pound and corn at 25 cents a bushel everybody ought to Ihave hog and hominy The editor shore would if the delinquents would dance up On Sunday at the Christina Church I the topics for sermons will bt at 11 a m Some Characteristics of the Apos tolic Churches at GHO pliThe Gospel You will be welcomed at both services Drs Mason and S 15 Knsh on Monday removed n tumor from tilt index finger of Sammy the 10year old son of John Davidson near Dnysboro first putting the patient under the influence of chloroform Died Thursday Juno 5 Mrs fimli Alice Gilbert nco Rose Mrs Gilbert was tho daughter of BIire John Until and at the time of her demise was withJ her husband who was engaged in logging in Ilrenthitt county JCSMJ llurdette fireman on the fonl Road fell between tho cars and was cut In two last Friday evening near Roth well Ills mangled remains WPH Inkcn to Mt Sterling and prepared for burial at Ashland his former home Wilbur Patton of Breathitt tOll Paris Brown and Boyd Whitt of Morgan County are among the new recruits reported from Lexington They are mem bers of tho Twentysecond infantry whichregiment will soon sail for Manila This year will bo one in which every food Democrat should endeavor to keep abreast of tho times by having whole omo Democratic literature Take TIlE HERALD and tho Louisville Dispatch 1100 in cash will bring them both to you for a yenrtf n=t PAMOUS SILVER MINEII County Thlnbno lI Rich Count bestknown inthli4timelongmineThis 1110Iunearth and is tho one that Mrs Tim fortunolookingother largoboundary milesfromof purchasing tho same he discovered I nllcllookinlike investigateSecuring proceededthrough and rocky hill having tho mont of Un time to cut a path so they could proceed theyfinallyhard labor Time Judge says that after arriving at tho cave that to his utter surprise he found that a number of years ago that some persons had used the cave for the purpose of mining Homo kind of ore He says there is still a largo lot of ore that laud not been ruined lying in the cave There had been considerable work dune on the side of tho hill to get the ore out so it could be worked by tho miners in small quantities Judge Center c II ys he is satisfied that there huts not been n person to tho cave in tho last thirty years Ho broke some small pieces from the rock in the cave which contain kind of ore that resembles silver He has the pieces on exhibition at his office in this place Campion dispatch in Lexington Herald Called to Kansas Elder Tim Tom Pieratt who is called Talmage by his friends has received an invitation from a Christina church- ill Crawford county Kansas to preach a trial pcrimui raid will leave for that place within tho next ten days Should lmecc time enduing year While wo should be indeed sorry to lose Bro Picratt and hit estimable wife as neighbors and citizens our loss will be a gain for Kansas and in common with his host of friends hero wo are proud to know that Jim Toms lines are at last to fall in pleasant place For several years past ho has been a mont faithful servant in the Masters cause and the sheaves that he has garnered for Ills grainory in tho lost sheep of Israel will aggregate hundreds But his has Ikeen n labor of love and now that the Lord seems to have smiled upon him with IInti1ofn1 ion we hope soon to hoar that he has been rewarded with a goodly share of the loaves and fishes One less faithful than he would havo lost heart ere this but firm in tho faith and n living example of time axiom all things Cons to him who waits he can now evidence its truism and rejoice in his earthly reward Our Soldier Boys George iiAthcy formerly with the Second Kentucky is now a member of the TwentvBccond infantry and writing to TUB II IRA Ill says It Please tell your renders that 1511 now a member of Co 2M U tf Regular Infantry and will start to Manilla about January 15 1809 I enlisted at Lexington Ky the iMth Init anti loft that place for Fort Crook the rmp day There are several 2d Kentucky boys in this regiment Of course the standing army is better prepared to take care of men than tho volunteer armywe have nico barracks to stay in null it is as comfortable as most of time hotels in proud old Kentucky the laud of my nativity I unlisted for three years but no matter where I may roam my await will over fondly revert to tho mountains of my old Kentucky homo I am well and well satisfied Ifau Located in Nebraska The following letter received from Dr I WG Iickhnrtthe dentist explains wiry ho has not kept his appointment at this place Dear Cooper I write you to inform you that 1 will not bo at Hazel Green when I intended for I am located here for a year Drop the advertisement from tho TIm HERALD noel mail it to myaddress hero I am sorry to disap point the people if it is any disappoint ment Giro my regards to all and keep n largo share for Mrs Cooper and your self One thousand Cubans have been se lected for duty on tho police force Gen Ludlow A detective in Havana by bureau is also being organized there Grim Grips Deadly March Deals Death and Obstruction to Many Boston Now York Philadelphia Wash ington Louisville Terrorized by tho Awful Scourco All Groat Can tors of Population Affected Tho dcprcasinc cfUcts of the present epidemic of Grip are apparent everywhere Teachers clerks business men mechanics Ilaborers siren car drivers school children police oflicen and oven tho doctors nil furnish victims by tho hundredsNo yet discovered can show results equal to Dr Miles Restorative Nerving It quickly overcomes tho ex cotivc xhiiui ion invigorated tho appo tilo null at ixd nature to throw oil tho deadly ntiricli H runs the system In times of epicomij like tho present it should bo taken as n preventive of dis easeGrip had left mo a physical wreck weak helpkM mud miserable I could nut cut ltll1lnot1 oKip could not gaits any strengthI and had nervous prostration of the wool kiixl Our homo phy sician could nut help mo and I com menced wing Dr Mlles Nervine The first nights sloop that I hail had in four mouths cline am tho result of two first doses Wlitfii I hud taken two bottles I felt bvlUT thai I lad before in years and contiiiinvl ti improve until I was entirely curedIr KM VofWAun Plymouth Ills All IriiiwiitH 811 authorized to sell Dr Milou Nervinu on a guarantee that first bottle beneflU or money refunded Ho iiiro mind tH Dr Milus Nervine 1 took let on heart and Nerves sent free Address Dr Miles Modieil Co Klkhart hid- FRUTS FLOWERS SHADE TUB BlueGrass jteis EA Jr tSSS Everything for Orchard Lnwn and Garden Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Vines Smnll Fruits Kliubnrcl Aspnrgui nnd all stools grown in Nurseries Prioeo reuaoiwblo ns wo employ no ngemits Ijfcdoriptive Catalogue on applica tion II F IIILLENMEYEllL- EMINCTON KY IittNittT H t t n MIJ J II AlMs MLONE ft ADAMS SILVERSMITHS AND JEWELERS UH CITY WOIIT rorvrY KY Itcpair locks Jewelryof nil lowest prices Walclim and kinds null In nil CUM hpcviul attention orders bv mil ItIf BUY ANH- AIKSJIAN roil Pearson Clark WHOLESALE GROCERS LEXINGTON KY Edncals FOR A Situation I nt the guarantee Mitibfitctioii to BooKKeepIngBuslnesssI PHONOGRAPHY TypeWriting Telegraph 4ddrna GENERAL WSMITH LEXINGTON KY For circular of ills famoni and responslllo COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY AunrUcd Mrdnt at Worlds Cxpotttloa hater tn thna nd of pr dn tM in poiltlon CoUof Full Uutlnru Course Including Tui Lion hook And hoard In family taut IX Shorthand TypoWritingaDd Telegraphy Bpectilliu- tt The Koninckr Unlrcnltr iJlploms under teal awarded Brndtutw MttriirrUntirMfn If detlre- dKovnrallon Jnur now OrailuilMdicceiifnl In order In Itari vow Itttrrt nub ui addnu only GENERAL WILBUR B SMITH LflXlnrtonKy- Kelt Ktntutky InlttrtUil rrtourtn IM1IB and- Awl Marry luuu ttuJtntt in oUtndaMt but lar Red River Valley Railway Cos TIME CARD EOTrnIn leaves JfcCanscy at 6 oclock a m connuctiui with train nt Ilothwcll for Mt Sterling Itcturnlnp leaves Rothwcll at 4 p m JAMES MUIit Gon Agt- Itothwell Ky tIrYwtSra F IV 1 J TRAININOt JFEED STABLES y I have opened my Training and Feed Stable and will keep on hand plenty of loath and a full supply of vehicles and traps Parties coming from a distance who may desire horses pastured for n few days or weeks can havo tho bust pasture At reasonable rates TO LIVELY STABLE 1tllllepleasure J TAYLOR DAY aUltUAN I 1R Also for tho anti of of thc at mind at 1 two I will and for hire nt all Per HOIIH n to meet at can mo and any 1 will also lull of for hire to in i to visit Day and will ho met at or with team and mId I will In for mid and free on ice nnd tap for nt ii j L or L RESTORED MANHOOD 0 IS OhoRnatnmr41yfurmurvnmpmstrntloltandnnnervous d tlulIontlrIIONIlRnlnf Inch R a laRtrlnatManhwdniipotuuc l ll IIIIIrlllthtnl j IlIlIr nr UII which IrR iittirunrrnliinrltiniiitiuorr 04nortox tor Goo n Cle e pain p and prolong life rLHERALDJOllltUINTINO r convenience accom modation guests Day House Hazel Green Park Hotel Torrent havo opened nearby firstclan livery stables whore keep bugles saddle horses hacks times witching vehicle thorn McCnusuy telephone have desired vehicle snddlo horse promptly have supply hacks drununnr wldoh wltln Persons Intending Swungo Springs either McCausoy Torrent driver havo ship Iping water them whenever desired Day Swnngo water fresh guests Park Hotel UI1MJ MOTT1S1NtmtItlN btcutallVorr cltberex luhRlrn Ifnrlofii Nil1litNi HOlWl CIIGIIIVLCO They banish I i ONE Tq 1 GIVESipRELIEF I7 1 I Mr I1 youNo I good and you can get ten for five cents row itjlo iwket rnnUlnW nil air M rutu IRa pntxr etrton without pew U now for are uin ilruKi trri xmnrMcutti TLn low tut wlMirtUlnlciulml furtlMliournnd tUveoonoml 1 lie 1001 t IhIIYH a rInnu0rtahal r c+n i 11111 1ulllMkbtr4 1r fort rillht an lfl ttAttiTidYr + g 1111t1lL tfIpA7arIu 10 ouruc rtreot Mnw Ycrkor aIntm ratUiu TU U wu Ui wet for are I uu DmA roedkijw nor io do IUM UicworU wu crMUoT m on4 dt 7fm F 1 iivcNoeOF BEATTYVILLE KYf TfiP iPQifinrr Inonrnnnp Jnpnt CsQlprn Ifpnlnnlniof I lllu LudUlliy llluUldlluu iiyulil EdululU iiGiiiluLy ItKPIinRKKTS NONI nUT TIm OLD AND 11ELIA11LK You cannot afford to Insure without seeing him Issues C01WANJESmdwelliiiR house policy in existence He will furnish may I building a dwelling to cost from too to 2COO with plans mail spcclflcationi free I I II Post I No I Julie I I II I Ion thilN wnlll I I rFashionable Milliner I I gYII I II I I 18 THE 41 L n n o J3 F5R1 1 10IZI + ttorneyaiLaw 4 COLLKCTIONB A SlECrAITY AND Bl- TUKKH PltOMITIX 3IADK 4C1 W j iPBU8osr STRKW LOUISVILLE ICY Reference J Taylor Day lluel Orsee j OLD 1AIKIIS ClHo and JUeej IfJrast ttk1 sac at A eeats 1 r r- i j L r i = v r l 9 I THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Publisher HAZEL GREEN I J t j t KY j TWO CITIES Two cities together Ono full or dust and strife IIopoleNlbfAlleFor The other crowdrd with people Ytt ohl 10 calm end lUll WUh tho green grain Ilko a carpet Uiuollod on vale or hilt There are feot within tho city Put they seem content to rest And hands that Ho clone folded Over cacti tranquil tirensl And eyes that behold no beauty In earth or son or sky And heart that have censed their throbbing Pull satUMeri they lie In tho flood of noontide glory In tho moonlights peaceful glow Peasant and lord together As tho seasons como and KO Two cities upon the borders Of n river dark and wide Ono whenv tho pcoplu tremhlo To cross tho IwellliiK tide And enter tho Icy waters With prnyem and tinted breath Thin In Ihu land of thin living The river the men call Death One step and tho other city With Its shafts of nmrlilo white Marking tho narrow dwellings booms up hoforo our sight Some tiny wo shall join the deeper Who rest beneath the sod And Hvo In Clods silent norm Tint never n foot bath trod Uzzlo DoArmond In Ohio farmer An Army Wife BY CAPTAIN CHARLES KING CopytlglitrJ sego by P Tennyson Neely HYNQIBIH- Chnplcr t Fannie McLmie a young widow Iis Invited to visit tin Clrnfloim at Port Boduwlck Her sister trice to din iiiindo bur nn llntidolph Merrlnm whom aho Imd jilted for old Mclnnc nail his bride are ntatloned hero Chapter nInnnlo Mclnnon wedding cniufl family fueling A tow inoiitlm later oho whllo trnvelliiK with her husband meets Mvrrlnin on his wcddtiiK trip Chnpter l1Rulllo time provloun to tills Xcrrlam hnd Bono on n government survey alien III and hnd bran nursed by Mrn Tniriinlio in nil dniinhter Klorence A hasty noto from Mrn McLnnon lUvpaon taken him to tits him Ins Chapter I IVYoiinB Melnnn dlotntex to lllrrlIII a dying inenmiKo which Ilit sent to furry a yonim OlilciiRo lawyer nnd hnltiuvIn tnt+ of Mrw Melnn Ileply rsuars Mrrrism to swoon Hu IK taken la thin TretiNilnoM mils fois Florence rhnpier V KimnKinont of Florence menu nlnu to Merrlnm lit niinounewl wed din shortly follawH unyslerlouslygreatly nxetled when ho rendi neoount In imMr While ntlll In mourning Mrs Mo HodKWlekChapterI r1thuthnnisclvosfrontrenliiKChHpiorpay ttrrlr re peetH to the widow on nn vinlHB when site would ho Hiiro to have nmny other callers When the cull IN returned Merrlnm In away nnd his wife seeltigherrested Chicago Your unclonlrlekt n pnr nlynln You will bo miimnnncd Reran eIIJhodllllciiltyChnptorsee Merriam gobutJinxt noon MorrlamIIn ldmtolntercepted pansIngtho supposeshaswoonsChapter MerriamtortoParrywinohadanother CI11Irlal XICOXTIMTD There was no dilllculty In Icarulng litI the wretched shack at the edge of the Tiwervntlon gone2vIueMont tracks led away southwest ward ncrosi the lint until they truck the line of the runway two miles west of the Junction hero there seemed to have been n brief halt discussion possibly a divide timid a split Two horses hail oronncd the truck nnd gone south the others veering westward had lit out for the Sauna Clnrn and Handy Mer xliuna trltlo hungry saw waa wishing with nil mini heart he hnd gone nut to 1lorencc and left the Inspection of the ntnbloa until afterwards It wan somewhere about two oclock when they started The men were hooted nod ordinnryjtrouerst WilY quick to find the spur was gone and slow to mind the heel Tho McClel Inn middle too with its upright pommel Nlld cantle worried him after the case of his own Whitman When dawn caner ho tens wcll nlgh ready to give up the rfmvc after fording the Santa Clara and finding the troll hail turned northwest ward when St sharp eyed trooper swore tlte could mice the quarry making for th foothills ami not two miles alunul so Merrlnm borrowed n single spur and pushed vehemently vigorously t n Then broad daylight came null there could be no doubt they Vfre paining Tin clime seas hot The punmcd were tossing oft andtlle hags rlatas and oth er detachable hor e furniture to lighten their weight but they stuck to their gunH and ammunition McrrlanVn men were considerably strung out upt more than six being well up within support Ing distance when the fact that they were in range of the greasers was dem onstrated by the zip and slog of a but let dose alongside Tim IM business muttered the trouper who rode close on his left rear Shull I try n shot sir Mcrrlam spool his heath The lilt un tlon mail few points In Its favor Obedient to his orders to pursue nod capture the gang Untidy hud ridden hard yet over ninny n mile hnd he asked himself the quest Ion Suppose miles re sist arrest whats to be done IIc hut no warrant lie vas not event a deputy sheriff not oven tint humblest con stituent of n posse comltatns If he or his men returned their fire and shut soinu of these unnatural naturalized voters and citizens like as not an In dlutmcnt for murder would be hanging over his head If tint hanging him in the course of n fortnight True there was no flherifT within 70 miles and long before the civil authorities could be brought Into ploy the murderers of llrady would ho scattered all over the face of the earth All the same under the strict Interpretation of the civil law I feint Merriam 1 knexv that he and his people had no store business trying to arrest these rcncgtdcs tthou they hind to vote at a territoriali election In point of fact like ruby another officer and man soldier of Uncle San on the broad frontier he vas aware of the fact that even a horse thief hail snore civil rilchts thin n the trooper His expedition therefore in the eye of the law was nothing more nor less thin a lauhrss dash winding up In a possible free II trill and all against the peace timid dig nits of the people of New Mexico Ier haps Muxton 1 knew this too but tine or ders he gave wore peremptory nnd Mer rlnm nuvumtopped to reply reason why or expostulate Hut now when the renegades began to shoot the reasoning why had to he done Ills men were hot for battle so wan he butI the nation expects of its olilcers tint no matter what the temptation provocation or ex asperation they keep cool heads mad tempers only shoot when till law per nil ta lint then shout to kill No claim hclfdcfcnse could be allowed They were tine pursuing tool therefore the nttacklngpartyand though these Mex icans were followed redinn titled lint footed there could be no question what a civill jury would nay If any of their dingy hides were punctured by tine bulls of a brutal soldiery Xlp bnujj a secondellol ill ng K KK wrrrrr bang another ninth Corp oralI Mutts ducked his mend mind swore tutu Trooper Mullens charger etittculed and lunged timid licked viciously with the scam of a bullet scathing hits Hank nnd plowing the liauneli They were clua hug on the rulllaiis fast then and tine temptation was overpowering I cant ride my omen in to bo shot down like dogs growled iliindy In for n penny III for a pound They started it any way he IInlillo himself then turned in saddle and waved high his forage lUI Clone up Clowe up men he cried meaning to draw rein slacken speed a bit anti get nil his party together be fore cloning fur action The Mexicans wercplalny winded Their llnlf starved brutes had carried them under Measly spurring as far as they multi and were now barely staggering along What their riders dreaded woe summary stringing up to tint railway telegraph poles If captured Ilet tee tilt lighting sniff the leather anti fight It woe They were close to the entrance of n little ravine that set in among the bar red slopes trout the open ground to the east All tine way from the Santa Clara tho ascent had been gradual but dis tinctlyI marked and just ns the foremost rider spurred around the shoulder of the hillside his panting broncho stumbled went down rolled helplessly over nod lay there dead to kicks curses 01 blows Three of the gang plaited on ward leaving their countryman to his Ante limit two of theta better nerved reined up alighted and throwing themselves flat upon the ground opened again a rapid and telling lire from their Winchesters Mini el Teutonic was the word linked with n savage Spanish curse that hlsrcd from the black lips of the nearest rind In an instant Mcrrlam became the target for the sharp lire of three magalnc rifles famous for their accuracy at no greater distance thus the tH yards that now separatedt them Almost before he could realize it Itundy felt n sharp sting just nt thin outer edge of hits bridle arm and knew that the blood gushed front the wound Then all of a sudden bis poor troop horse plunged heavily forward and groaning and struggling went down in n heap bearing his rider helplessly with him Two minutes more as sonic of the I men dismounted amid with rapid and effective lire scattered the Mexicans to shelter within the ravine Corporal Imtts and n trooper succeeded In pulling Mcr rlam free from the madlyI inching strug gling stricken brute ninth then It was found that their pallid speechless teal er hnd received some serious injury All the breath wns knocked out of his body and the bridle arm WRit broken midway between the wrist nnd elbow That ended the chase Four or five men It IIs true took advantage of the fact that thn lieutenant was knocked out to dash ahead and have a personal afftlr with the greasers and later in q r I the day when after a long long ride Trooper Mullen reached a friendly ranchman on the Santa Clara and had him send out his spring wagon for the wounded officer these enthusiasts came drifting hack there was reason for be lief tint their ammunition hud not been entirelyI spent in nib nut It wns a worn onl usedup detachment es corting a twowheeled Improvised am bulance that recrossed the Santa Clara late that afternoon nail was met thereby the assistant surgeon 1 hope you saw Mrs Merriam before you started woe Handys faint greet ing She wasnt much worried wan sine 1 tried to scrawl a Uric or two and we made the messenger wcar I was only lamed by the fall of the horse You saw her didnt you No hesitated the doctor I didnt Merriam You see there wasnt time You know how it Is with old flux Steady with that stretcher there steward Just let me slip this support under the lieutenants shoulder You know Ilex Insisted on my starting In stantly Hut who took my note to her then Who went to her persisted Handy ItIt would never do to hnvo her f rightcneunotydoctorOh Handy Dont worry abut that Im sure what she has heard hasnt hurt her trsoh ycs Mr Hnyne woe user nt your house when 1 came afros Thank God for that murmured poor Handy as he took the drink the doctor gave him Heaven bless that dear woman anyhow Now gob me home as soon as you can old fellow limit the whispered caution to the driver given as the doctor reappeared andmouiitlngrodealongsldewiiH fio slow slow as you eon Then to tine hospital attendant who bud ridden out with him lie tnuttettd Nowrldenhead Parks and see If theres any news CHAITKH XII When Florence regained strength enough to move she crept slowly bock to her little parlor where the beacon lights tint were to summon her hus band were still faithfully fruitlessly burning She looked III nt tint dining room amid its preparation for cheer nod welcome ami turned away with n shiver of dlfc gmist and then with a moan of pathetic misery threw herself Into an armchair amid tried to think What should she do What could she do Her love for Handy was so fond so glowing that stunI until gifted him with the quali ties oft god leaning upon him in everything trusting him in everything rely lug upon his word as though It were a pledge on high und yet within these few hours he limn nil umuskcd glees her his promise not to see or speak with thatwoutiiIi atptln except became first to herhis wUeinmld told her the need then lad gone secretly almost directly to meet Iris old love in the shadows of the night long utter the hour tint usual Ily saw the last light extinguished along ulcers row IIf her old friend from baby days the colonel had tonne to her mend said that 1 LCarrying her rider helpUuljr with her Untidy was false If tier Idol her be loved father hud added his confirma tion of Ithe colonels views she would have laughed them down KO lung as- Ilnndyher hero llnntlyswore that he was true Many n woman will stand by her lover against a world in evidence yet turn to stone against him when she seen one apparent sign of merest in another Poor glrll lie was her lint her only love lie was hers and only hers std should be only hers for when that other creature had scorned mini denied him had he not been brought sore stricken to her doors limit she not won him nick to lift through the wealth amid glory of her own unsuspect ed love From the tiny of their wedding until this woman carne never had she known a wish that wns not lila 1my and night she dreamed planned nod1 thought for him sought only to make herself worthier his love dearer to hie- eyessweeter to his caress Who wits there to compare with him in manli ness in courtesy In knightly bearing What officer worms the peer of Handy what ofllccr ever In the dear old Hitlers with whom hnd been her home from baby days They chided her sonic of the girls In whnt they called her defection You used to soy there could be no regiment like time Hitlers Ploy You used to vow youd never Vycbuher simple answer and then they told her Handy was her world and proudly she nnllcrrcltor believe he Is They warned hersame of the older and theybad It was never safe to love any man toe much even Randy to which she answered with sunshine In her eyes low could one love Randy too much lit Mind you she never volunteered these ocr owlng of her heart but these women hnd been her friends from her earliest days She wins still shy even with him hut such wellmeant warn tugs always seemed to put her on the de fei live ns it wore anti poor child site believed It her duty to her husband that she should never allow him to go undc fcndtxll even though the attack were intangible as a womnns sneer And they looked so wl1l together and h was KO proud of her so devoted to her so cnnsciou of mien as some one said Nowhere III that garrison wits tlcre man or woman who was able to say that Untidy had not borne himself nsnn al most Ideal lover mail husband ever slnecI that sunkissed wedding day Many couJd even feel a sense of what Is called agreeable disappointment which al ways strikes me as a phraseological parallel for that other remarkable euphemism of so ninny of our counry- tvomennhtss enjoying Pour health Yet withal Florence had time sympathy the genuine nlTcction of all FortSedg wick even Inor rather notwithstand Itllhtr enthusiastic estimate of Han dys qualities as lhnl1llllnllnR man anti her own extreme beatitude as wife Then Mrs Ilnxton ventured to fire a shot ns she stood watching them strolling homeward after parade one evening absorbed In one another and to observe to her own supremely In different lord There now Ilex theres another girlI making a fcol of herself over a man only sirs the sweet est IlInllI ever knew In my born days Flayshenetithalf Fort Sedgwich heard it for t Ic one valuable quality limit possessed as a cavalry ollleer was his voice The vole of sound he ronld produce when bellowing Instructions to a regimental skirmish line was something pro ligloiiN but of so rasping and exaspejatlng uI timbre that his old tlmitt deride Hlake likened It in torte to a fog horn and In staying power to boiled tnbbigcant n neat comparison but one t pressiy fitting And now strangely enough this mUll first of nights pour Florence could not get those words and that tone out of her head She had Unshed mill turned speechless away at the time hurt to her soul and indignant too lint the train lug of her youth Was strong These wire people her father and mother lad taught her to respect and though angry Indignant remonstrance was In her heart she stifled tint words unfit strove to spring to her lips- II expect Ive put my foot in it again today reported llux to his Iwllr half when he got home Well Im sure Im never surprised wns the ladys prompt reply I fear JCIII rude to Col Imxton Handy faltered flay when that gen tleman clime In from troop drill an hour later You couldnt be rude oven to Dux my darlingg was his answer us he folded her in his arms And these are not type 1iI01 the flTst year wedded sal the quarter ct n tury mated love rs stop in he army I have known ninny anti many a couple who have risen together tllronh every grade in the Ihllocdlo1ngbrHl lot ers to the end At one oclock1 Florence hind set her lights III the parlor window At tvou with that booming gonglike soiiml re+ verbcrnting In her ears that iuccMmnt repetition of Huxtons course wordI sine hind sprung from the choir In which slit haul been brooding writ hillg Jud tearhagI curtains she hurried to the hall and locked and bolted the door AnWhnf girl making a fool of herself for a maim another girl Oodl how the words hratuhll1141angry wasp In her times hissed amid rattled uyft stung like the venomous reptiles chfc clllltthooel ft ounfoplintI thlllSll1tTh +1 girl loved Indeed with nil her hcartnod soul hut could hnte hate little nt wolll TO UK CONTINURD The Limit lournrj mitttrorni a household wits laid away in the IIttIchurchyard on time hill After the fu- neral1 tho relatives both near and IUrI nq4thetlw14ThcrlJami I afterward gathered In mainfortheirI ofthegood pastor s drawing n deep sigh solemnly it I brotherhuts I journeyThere l thenthen fussy lit J tie with ttmbear I noddenly t profouncttisdont i brother thct they nil Rny that travel is such an cddlcntor Cleveland Plain DrnlerII I A tiotnltontnut your mother has no objection to I my familyThenmarryyou ITHE TRUSTS TO FIGHT Republican Success Gives tb JI8- oils R tbe1atotmsa I Now thllt the llIHlbllculIsll11elrll entire control of the lnwninklnk lit chincry of the government tJerefl1li rofcOII delFor time next two henI whnDIlhlllinteres15trilli loverthesrngesofthe When the neww of IIIeen was Il I licirun stocks went withit tlIIllltmoneypower powerTo the trtis111nsugartrnstnndtheI I winterthlthe combines Already the administration newspa hers are demanding the passage In ez session currencyhilln eentrnlhllCOlllpetltlon Business will be entirely at the mercy of the enormous and merciless money power What can the people do under inch circumstances They can tight the slavery of Itiff trusts as Ithe opponents of human slavery fought I that Insti tution They can insist that such lawsnsnow exist against the trusts shall hen furred nod if these laws are not en forced tints can call attention to the vrnullty of those in power and denounce the niMals who thrive by robbery There is a tremendous struggle im pending Democrats should gird themselves inn tin oililitt The light wlllbf lilt hI the1 odds tier tremendous hut In till long run tthe right must tutu will iirevail Chicago Democrat A LIVING QUESTION It 111 KiiKiiut tilt Altinlliin of the Icoiili During the Xcs ii emirs The currency question will probably iignge tin1 attention of our Mulct nun nud the public generally in the nrxl few years more than any other Mibjeet It therefore behooves every body to study both sides of It because arm voter limit n voice in determining whether the Culled Stales shall hnvea single standard of gold or whcllivrit mail lute the bimetallic standard if i old nail silver adopted byour fathen in I Tic anti which mm as thesettled policy if this country until the lith day of 1ebritaryI I87II This Iis mill important because our very existence us a nation liepends upon a normal 5npplyof money This question is too important to be studied with n view of sustain lug the pint form of any politicalI I party it should be studied with tint single idea of determining whether bimetal Ism is best fur the people I If sn then It ought to be adopted end anyone who opposes Iit through selllsb or sinister motives jis n Iratilor to his govrnmiMit mind nn enemy to irnnkind It is con cided by some writers that money Inns Ibree functions It IIs a medium of ex change II measure of value II lie II stand ard of value Stability of value and portability nrc Itwo Important qiiulitlci of moos If this be true tine lilies thin then naturally arises Do gold I mid silver or cither of them pofcaeii these ttwo qualities Hoth possess portability but nee they stable in vul ue levons who watt a gold standard vriler says Cold tell in value from 1780 to Ismlt Iii per cent From 1809 to 1111l it rose MO per cent front 1845 to IS7T it fell nt least 21 per vent and hoot 1S73 to 1HU7 It has certainly risen in value NJ per cent lloth metals are subject to till great economic law of supply tend demand Their value lon itnntly tlucllllltM according to the 1s- tu which they lire put POINTED PARAGRAPHS The gold moneyof nil nntloni would tint sun illte to pay six monthsIn Frost of the worlds indebtedncss Ilinois State Hegister Senator Hnnim wants a dutyon olYce mind ten This will hit the nv rage American going timid coming 1hlcngo Tribune Rep The returns front tin elections suggest thnt tine people haveconcluded hi save the country front MeKinlcyl1 in the Installment plan Kansas City lines The g o p already begins to talk f cuttingI the tnriir That isthc rcpuU mean parly all over It is always ready to forestall democratic reform to keep n olfcrhnstnttirnvelertrnttettd at home art just now besetting the president to know what he will recommend coO ress as to tariff relations with out cw dependencies N Y World The republican majority of 47 and Ilumllof 72 in the Fiftyfifth con WrCHIInnrgin The democrats have gained t east 30 and perhaps 15l or 40 scats be hicK cutting tl9wn thin mnjoritles o republlcan eorgressmetn In all partaol the countryN Y World a CONSULTING A WOMAN Jlf pinkhoms Advloo Inspires Confidence and Hopo fxunlnatlon by a male physician la bard trial to a dcllcatoly organized woman gho puts it off as long as she dare loll is only driven to It by fear of can vr polypuo or some dreadful ill Mott frequently such a woman leaves a physicians office where she has un dergone a crlUcn- lcamlunUon with- nnhnpresslonmoro or less of dlscour fc ngcinont Thiscondl Lion of the- mluddeslroyn tho clTcct of advice and who grows worse rather lisa better In consulting Mrs link barn no hesitation need be felt the story Is told to tt woman anti is wholiy eonfitlciiil Mrs Pinlclinms address IIt Lynt Mass silo offers slclc women her advice without charge Her Intimate knowledge of womcnH troubles makes her letter of advice a welbpringof hope and her wide experi ence anti skill point the way to health U I suffered with ovarian trouble for seven years and no doctor lknew what was tho matter with me I had spells which would last for two days or moro I thought I would try Lydia K fink hams Vegetable Compound I havo taken seven bottles of it and am entirely curcdMuJ Tom KonrstA 20 Woodburry Ave Kaltimorc Md The above letter from Mrs Foreman is only ono of thousands HAD FUN WITH HIM An Artistic Iantlkiiilin GiN Sum Ioliilcrt from lie lull SIMI r Hovem Tie pair titan when in deep water enn not conceal tin IcciiiiK of hupiTinrily with which ho rt itnU the imtiiie l luiiilluliber Some of till iiuiicnnihatnni vliu t tiled the gulf and the ariiiliirun during the war earned to Uucp an eye on tins marinci nod others paintd painful experience uufoiv they lot their eta lris tugboatsadwith coal dust when lie wait a day from port ind decided to watdi it He tilleda Inulirt withsea water rind fell to work When In LIt scrubbed the Kiirincnt fur JD minutes he ant Kntisfied Ten it occurred to him to starch the coat Socket lie did MO and pulled outhis sold rntrhHe I IIl1dhThen one of theta told the artist that the roper way to rcxtcirc the oat to its sects il olor was to tie a line to it heave il over urtjltdillWhen ho went below n deck hand hauled he coat aboard untied the line and hidini whiteleekl It When the ownor of till coat pulled iin liio tug1ndI 1 Uk hands glibly made explanation which untiltheyIeraldblizzards nnd froMtbites St Jacobs Oil tad a cure in a nilil Dont saymuChristmas eotningTiite iSt Jacobs for pain Have a hupp one The use of hiii tongue in not what malic t canine a lup doK Cioldon hays fPJFI I tK IMITAtID U1Y 1 B EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS lsduo not only to the originality andI enntbinntianbatalsoto Manufactured by hciontlilu proccsswi known to the CAMPOIINIA lio SVUUP Coonl I uponI purchasing I true and original remedy As tho trcnulne Syrup of VlgH manufacturedby tho CAuroitMA Fun SVHOP Co only n Icnmvlcdiro of Ithat fact will worthlesslmlln4I partiesGAIIIORNIA satisfactionphichSyrtlp makestheunrantyof isfarlalnxntiresMandkOWelshg noranleatcInordertogctitsbeneficialeffects offCompany CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO clVLSTIbtCayrom KT q y rti Ci CSC ffiCf fff C44fM The Cause of Free Silver-s r A BUGABOO Only Intellcelunl Imblhnr Ire runt In Ilir KlroCrnt Oullnr ur HU Aruuiuvnt TIo creditor owntiltin iinildiiK luonty bvarce and dear und ChlIllhllcr Pilltounwary e laboring and producing chiHhtr The creditor combination ID the mitotic Y tJCtopiiH It iiouiH demaiuU a nliiht mankind lot the entire ktouk of tuhlt money In the world 4u Uuifs user The umoint of Intereht It gutlhrrh In MX iimmtliK viiuls the total gold mount in ixlhtence To maKu money scarce and dear is to Increase Us wealth and puwi r and to eoiTesiiiulhil wealeii the ability of thv people to rchiM any de tuuudh it mains Thin rich powerful and crafty com blniition niiilerhtaiulH prcjndlce of the human scum and every weaknoh of till human intellect Ity hkillliilly- maiilpiilatini Ilttre they not ulIlM cine neiiilebeeiiee in their Mluimu of robbery uul Kpollatlon but Cause ihelr vletlniH to xealoiihly du their work Amoiif the various Gulch phtai coined in the parlors of the worldt great pawn shops to deceive their nn wary ietlnis arc nnmeioiiM Ingenious ant Miplilhtieal appealh to the moral hensc the pride and the passions of nuns TIll craft tinning and in tiinily of the phrase UHCI an evidenced by their aeet stance us trutli by mllllonsiof uiiHiiNpeetiiiK vIolluiH One of the sin tctllertth tliat tins loin and Iih doinj nrty fur the gold cots blnalion Is theI cryof a SII tent tile mar IIt is stilt uncommon Ito hear mens ruspetttdof average iiililliincf whoI wear cltan shirt aid whose ordinary pretensloiih pass mnsler echoing the iiiMvnt dollar argnnient If suchI plrII sons realied that such arfiimcnU ex pried their weaUnesh of intellect and1 eaiired hem to forfeit till respect of their more intelligent associaleh they would protect themselves against being ilistd Its iiitclleelnal imbeciles by tie dlllilifntcr repeat them The argument current unsung many I v nuuuopulII I 1 the tree coinage of silver would enable miners and other owners of silver to Lave 1111 cents worth of their materialII stiinped n dollar by till government and empoxveredi by law to dischargeI aI dollar of debt that this dollar wouldII only be worth Suugntlinealtalus andII that therefore gold dollars worthI twice us much would no longer elrou ittg side by side with then concurrent Ily stud interchangeably milking per chases and payments that thu with drool of the gull money from clrvn bilious would cause a terrilic contrac thus of the money volume making money so scarce that it would cripple biiKtnesH tied ruin debtors told that the business of the country would then be transacted with dollars worth only MlI cents II must be remembered that money fis desired tint for till poijof swap plug dollars of dilTcrcnt material hilt us it medium of exchange to facilitate the work of producingI and exchanging iommoditicM TIll value of money whether made of gold silver or paper IIs till amount of other things In generalI it eon be exchanged for Vhcn momy made of material such as gold bird ill err Unit ran be remlnted Into the coin of another country free of charge in suchtmoney material will move frosts one irountry to another soling the mar ket wherein It can he exchanged for list most goods and commodltitK will sick such countries an theytail be ex hanged for the largest amount of Much money material Thus It will be seen hat the whereabouts of gold must nl iviyn lie determined by the prices of oin moil ititH So long as eommoilltleH art priced ii- rud t exchanged fur money whenever money comes scarce prices must fall So any attempt to take any large 111111111 lit of gold out of circulation vonld cause such a lull In prices an to ttt once callI the gold buck again by glv lug It n greater power to exchange urI ouinoditles here than elsewhere fists It willI be seen how absurd in the chain that oust gold could leave on nay lecounl no bugus prices in this eiiiin try do not gn above the internationalI gold price level Again that our vol east of mousy would IIM contracted to 1i point that business would lie crumped rind dbtor8 ruined and at till xamc rims we would have In circulation dol ars worth only 50 cents or onehalf as antes an before that they could only be exchanged for one hhlf the amount of sillier things reaches the climax of transcendent absurdity To fay that money thin one thing If1 iiilversill 1 and constant demand having full debtp0llu power ran be made carce and cheap nt the name time tlO source that It will magnate business JIIII ruin debtors while It ran be ol alned for onehalf the labor or Karri lice It could before nnd everything for suW will command double the amount F ofit In exchange U to confound nill logic stud common sense Whenever you seer n laborer n producer or tax payer or tummy other pernon not a mil lionaire bondholder make such nn HP gument pleune examine the size of his viirit Silver Knight Watchman w A DARK OUTLOOK How I IIP Holt Slnnilnril Work In the tlir Knr Kiml lrutiiircl fur Our Col tun Miiiiufiielurrra llglKllltlvoIh council HongKong muss gluts ua tngllsh publication the tallowing re marks on the way the gold utiuulard works In China and the emit and how by that working the countries with a single money standard lire placed tit a disadvantage This country IK antic ipating a uliare of the increased cum merce which must inevitably result ham the reconstruction of China and with England IH squally concerned In thwurhlugsoftbegoldsquulurdhttls far castLet explain that silver will stillI employ thName quantity of oriental labor as It dill LU 1110i yearn ago Thu I Inadequacy of our monetary utandardI I Itherefore allows eastern eoniitrlcH to now employ at least 100 percent moro of limber for a givenI amount of gold than theylonld do i5 years ago ToI make this importantI statement quite clear allow me to give the following ex ample hi 1870 ten rupees was till equiv1 leaf of one sovereign under the joint standard of gold cull silver and paidI 211 user for one lilt Today 20 rupccH are about the equivalent of one sover eignI so that for 21I rupees Will II can be ngaged for sue tint instead of JO men us In ISTO Against such a disability Hrlthdi oar American labor cannot possibly compete h In oriental countries sliver will MillI pay for the same quantity of lobar an formerly Vet as now measiirud lit 1gold silver IK worth less thou half of till grid It formerly bur ex ample a certain quantity of labor could have been engaged In 1 Iligland 21 years ago for snveightI shillings Eight shill lings In IKngland will sow pay for no more labor limn formerly wages being beet time same and they have iitlll by slur law exactlyI till name monetary value as severely though their metal lie value has by the appreciation of fold been reduced to less than sixpence ends Thei two dollars exactly1 similar to the old out eon employ the name quantity of labor IIH before hilt do no more yet at the present gold price they are only equal to fonridiiillitgK There fore It IN possible unit to employ ilK stasis labor in Axla for four shillings iiir nunnryor the equivalent thereof In sliver UK could have hero employed 210 years ago for eighti idiilllngs or lib then equivalent In sliver The value of ori ental labor having thus been reducedI by upwards oft5 per cent In gold money compared with what It watt formerly It will he able to produce manufacturesI and commodities just so much cheaper than till labor In gold standard countriesI Therefore iinlesn our monetary law Is amended or unlesH British labor Is prepared to accept u large reduction of wages British In dustrial trade must inevitably leave Hellish shores because ttheir products will be superseded by the establish ment of Industries in silver standardI countries Mr hlteliciid might truthfully have added that the silver standard coon tries will soon not unit be prepared toI supply their own needs but also to in vade the gold standard couutrlcH Kor instance lapan could sell in KnglandII tit prices one Ihird less than prevail In Japan Hurl by exchanging the gold money received into nilvur money canI take home to Japan large profits ThinI time American and 1 Kuropcan mechanics I will out only be forced to compete with Ill Asiatic cheap mind patient htbor ant skill hit in addition will beat the disad vantage in tin competition by reason of the difference between the gold andl sit vcr standards of llnaiiclalexchange The same authority also called mien tion to the flirt that irons HIM cursex described the lust four yearn our rng llwh exports show a decrease of c 54 100000 huts unfortunately nothing dis putable about it The returns of tho 07 spinning companies of Lancasditro fur INlllI slimy an aggregate ndvcrHts balance of Ju10110JAgainst this ho Increase In the export of Indian yarns and piece goods to Japan hurts been sim plyI coloMHiil and the cotton mills at Ii logo In Japan for 181U showed an uv erage profit of seventeen percent Sir+ i Thomas Sutherland has sold that be fore mug the Peninsular C Oriental company mutt be building Its shouts on tin Yang te mind Mr Whltehead be lieves that oriental countries will soon he competing in Kiiropcan markets However much we may differ nlmut pro posed remedies statement like these from thu months of experts afford mat ter for KcriuvH reflection Mlxximilppi Vnlley Democrat Unlil Dornnl Fill Ilir Illll Whatever lots Ihe uiouejr work U the money tiling p ALTGELDS OPINION The Ueimbllcnn Victory flhiw a Urcm lair Wrnkiiciiii or time Tnrtr When vlowoi mix a whole the 1803 election was favorable to the demo sate While the democrat in couRroHti ruin out of congress forced the ntlmln iHtriitiou Into tilt war they knew that It would give It a tremendous political advantage for they knew the war munt be successful and n miccemiful war ul wliyn MtreugtheiiH the party in power The republicans should have received much larger majorities than two years ago liiHtead of that they have lost 40 congrciismcn and u largo number of others luau their majorities almoHt wiped out One more such n republican victory will destroy that party and for ever end tho hypocrisy anti false pew tense now reigning in WaKhlugtoii The democrats have not lost u Kliiflflu state that they carried two years ago but on the contrary have elected a gov error In Minnesota which Is equal to n miracle That element of the demo cratic party which IUIK favored the abandonment of all principle anti her urged harmony for thn sake of N pot In lusts had n chance to try its scheme an lets utterly failed In IVnunylvniilii Delaware New Jerseyt utt1orkCnn necticut and use or two other states where they refused to Indorse the na flans platform they hUt suiTcrcd hUe mtllathig defeat although In KOUIO of thcBO states the eoudltloiiK floored tho democratic victory I understand that nearly every democratic congressman elected In these states wan Hiieeensful becautiu ht told his constituents if elected he would support till national platform That fraudulent sideshow called gold democracy will now pans out of existence anti the democratic party learn the Atlantic to the Iacllle will line up on higher ground It will assume tho aggrcssdvc anti not only light for the mighty principles reuse rated in 18UO but will make Itself the champion of struggling humanity It will pull this country out of the pool of corruption lute which the republicans have dragged It and it will lead our people toward n higher l 111 lntI nil Tuesdays election will make Mr Ilryau more formidable than he ever WIIH because it Is going to bring to thu front the greet principles which ho has advocated JOHN T AUTOUlD EVIL OF FALLING PRICES DUeotiriiKc Imlimtry stud lloUuo ViiKfN lint Itle Ip 1laucy III tilt llllllUM Ialllng prices are an Industrial1 I eco nomic political null resale evil of al most unparalleled proportions They discourage Industry drive mousy from activity Into idleness from the clues eels of trade Into the Imnk vaults re duce wager tool throw laborers uut oft employment make property unproduc tive and therefore worthiest destroy equities Increase the burden of tuxes am all fixed changes ruin debtors pile up wealth In the hands of the few en eonragf the formation of trusts mo nopnllcK and combines make producers the prey of middlemen strengthen the hold of the surely rich upon the politi teal machinery of the state stllle till spirit of liberty among the mii o tn multiply immorality and If long- rnuughprotrnetgdinrvinhlylcndlotne overthrow tend demolition of the fab rte of popular government Time will not permit a citation of time shoes in numerable examples confirmatory of this view afforded by the historyof na tions Hume sums up the ICMOII of the pist on this point as follows Falling prices anti misery anti dentructlon are Inseparable companion The disasters of thedarkagcswere caused by declining money raid falling prices Allison Horton llrooks Adams and numerous other historical writers besides matt of the great economists hire borne un varying and authoritative testimony to the sfime effect On the other hand stable or rising prlcrs have always been associated with prosperity and proSt revs To quote IFunip agtiln With the Increase of money labor and Industry gather new life Our opponent are respectfully requested Incite to uIn the course of threw debates souse In stances whore falling prices were as sociated with advancement and happi nefill The Incompetence of the war de pnrtllllIt results In an appeal tram the friends of enlistedI torn that they bo permitted to return to civil life where brcndtwhich a rich government loan not pro vided fur Its troops What Itcrproof of the disastrous effect of ofllclal ueg lict upon the patriotic sentiment of the country N Y Herald Jape will lithe n hard time get ting hiii pet measures through congrcns eves If U Is republican by n steal margin There arc several republicans holding scatM In congress who do not believe that fastening the country more firmly to the gold standard Is pro moting international bimetallism very- tnuehIllhttols State Iteglstvr Protection organs have shouted t etnnclves block In the face about how protection built up tint tit biulneiwln America hurt tot they turn audibly tiluct on bow protection fin building tilt a tin trustToedo lie 1 1 i Consumption Do not think for a single moment that consumption will ever strike you a sudden blow It wayItalongFirsta little cold nothing but a little hack Ing cough then a little loss In weight then a harder then tale fever and time night sweats Tho suddenness comes when you havo a hemorrhage Better stop the disease while it I creepingYou AllersCIICITII Pectoral r You first notice that you cough less Tim pressure on the chest ia lifted That feeling of suffocation Is removed A cure is hastened by plsclngone of Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plaster over the Chest A Book Fram It Is on the Diseases of the Throat and Lungs wish urn Froety If ruts Iota any nmlIlllnl wiliteyer and Ipilt the belwdictadvlco you call poiillily rerolvv vrrltn tha doflor rltlIhllUK J a AY Kit tontll tall BAD BREATHamllil ainl enrtlTo iaiatlvo llior nru ulniiilr won durtll Mt Inuihlur and I weru tothcrlt IU- IIIel ilowaoli and our lirtulli was vrrr had Atler wuudurfnlur tawYWILUIIIaIlHA 1157 Illtlonhoiuo til Uiicliaikll Onto CANDY CATHARTIC TMAOB MAnx BCOIiTf RtD UeJOOoIl CURE CONSTIPATION llrllur Iitp p 5sreatrrtdl tut ril tt1 MftTARin Boldanil aunrnntord by nil draft iI 1 Ditto tu MUH Tobacco IIII SHOOT1VINCfSTEJIOADEIT Snar GUN SHEILA t lJI fI ft II USED nYML1 if OW1PfON 5110T5 IG sND HAM oVA POSTAL PD roa 133 Mac lutarKMto Quioeut I INcNf3TIit RfPrATINGAI L5 189 Witiutanifa ttntNwnCuHt A L L E NSIjLCERlNE SALVE lithoonljr In the world for Chrnnfo Vt err nun DUIure HcroOilon tlc r nun Fnvvr tturtt anuatl ClIII 1I1rlUnran Irawuoust asf 30 ltrUlenLlIeLnnit nil Vrt Vallnd her mall a1qqIIRnlari tan Iliaqtree J I AIII MLlumsJYg- CO Mt Pawl Mina Meld icy Unlralai UICADKIIM OK TIIIH IAPKK DKMIIIINd TO IIUV ANVTIIINO ADVKIITIHKII IN ITS COlUMNtt H1IOUM INSIST UPON HAVING WHAT THKV ASK foil IlKKUHINO- AM i HUimriTOTKa on IMITATJOHK Top Snap FISH TACKLE tniuplrlo rolrltNSyruaC- 1iIrta tta YarlouI GUNS IWti HUrp w MMUfi- MPOWULAaFMENTOOSnub gttlADder 4IIII la aaT- aNDWDISCOVURYgIvM DRO I qukkrllulandeurwor dnyatenlrrerii vi PISO S VURE FOR 40t fin iftimeliCr N UfviF TION t Qi A N KK 1780 WHKN VKITIXU X0 lUVKKIIM is I- pleatltkMiylit i ftW 041uusteal ta MO Mew 1 Yr- r J lieJN IIr Wonen Should Kiow It Many women suflbr untold agony and misery iee use the Mture of their diseaso Ja net correctly understood They have been led to believe that wOMb trouble or femHlo wcakneM of some tort is rwpon lb fur the many limn that beteL woman kind Jseuralgca nervousness headache ppfry or dark clr lea under the eyee rlieumiUtom n draggiug pain or dull ache in the back weakness or bearing down nensntlon proftuo or scanty supply of urine with strunp odor frequent desire to pAM it with scnldlog or burning sensa tion sediment in it after ulnndlng in bottle or common SIAM for 24 hours are signs of kidney and bladder trouble Tho above symptoms are often attrib uted by the patient herself or by her physician to femnlo weakness or womb trouble Hence so many fail to obtain relief because they are treating not the disease itnolf but n reflection of the pri mary cause which is kidney trouble In fact women as well as mi n nrc made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need tho same remedy Dr Kllmora Swamp Root is the great dUcovcry of tho eminent kidney nud bladder specialist and is easy to get nt any drug store for CO cents or 1 mayhaveabout it both sent absolutely freo by mall Kindly mention Tin HABKI GBKKX HiiUM and send your address to Dr Kilmer Co UlnghnmptonNY MAYTOWN MISSIVES Cnpt Sample and Mr Phelps are on tho sick list Mla Lizzie Phelps has been quito sick filnco Friday School reopened Monday January 2 with a goodattendance Mr Mlllanl Illchio went to Floyd County on bunlncaa lust week Capt W P Sample returned from Montgomery County last week At Sunday school last Sabbath new of ficcrn and tonchcra were elected Mrs T izzn hash visited her daughter Mrs Illclile during the holidays Mrs Judo IJolin who linn boon danger ously III for some unto peat IH yet very Sick Jlovs Tyler and Johnson closed their Dialing at this place on New Years nffty i Mr Am PiornU and family from Greasy visited Joe Pioratt Saturday and Sunday Tho watch nicotine was held at the Methodist Church Saturday night De cember ill 89 Mr and Mrs C F hash visited her father and mother Mr nod Mrs Jordan Wills Xmas lays Mm Jordan Wills who has been very sick for tho Post two or three weeks is able to he up again Mrs F N Day visited her father nnd mother Mr and Mrs Jordan Wills Monday nnd Tuesday Emery James nnd Illskol Sally of and near Hazel Green are putting up a chin ney for Jordan Wills this week Mr nnd Mrs Curtain And Minnie Ii Day wore highly entertained tho home of Joe Pierntt on Saturday night Married at Manila Wednesday Joe Murphy sal Miss Lonnio Con no at the brides home Hov Tyler officiating J M llonnkor of Toltvor Wade Mo Cluro from the country and Roy Pieratt unit Vernio Clark of town enrolled in school Monday morning Tho enrollment of tho winter school at this place which is being successfully taught by lilfl lie L 1now reaches CO attendance very good tarried in the Mothoditit Church Sun tiny night January 1 Mr W toI Miss Mary Dunaway Quito n romantic wedding The whole community wish them much happiness llov Tyler of ficiAtellIOn Sunday eve January 8 Clarence Picratt gave Maytown anti community quite n MirpriMJ by bringing his bride Myrtle Williams in homo to suddenly nail unexpectedly They were married nt the brides homo on Greasy that AftOrI noon Quite a number of tho young folks gavo them a heart welcome and wished thorn much joy and future happiI- lCSi Quito n number of new tcholara enrolled in school hero this week The j following aro thoso out of town Miss Lucy Lyon from Frenchburg Miss Xeola Sample from Montgomery County Mr JK Little Flat Rock Mr J J Hruer from Tolivcr Luther 11 May from uenrII Damnrgo Tho enrollment now numbers 16 and greater interest in schoolwork than ever before i I In 1900 Iceland will celebrate tho 900th anniversary of tho introduction of ihriBllauy into the island L iL y Bryaa oa Expansion It is Mtonishing that any man living in this ago of the world living in tho United States should uphold the doc trine of securing land by conquest Jefferson was against its Blainb was against It in 1850 and a year ago last December the President of the United States sent a message to Congress and in that mel sago ho said I speak not of forcibl- annexation because that is not to bethought of under our code of morality that would be criminal ngression I say give independence to the people of Cuba not because wo promised it to them but because they fought for i and have right to it Why cannot wo apply tho same principle to the Philip pines Why should we purchase a title to tho Philippines from Spain Wo de Glared Spain did not have any title t Cuba When I buy tho Philippines I want to deal directly with them The Laborer Is Worthy Ills Hire Thankful to the people of this and tho surrounding community for their liberal patronage since 1 have been a physician nt Hazel Green I wish to to those who have paid mo that I ready to answer any or nil calls night or dny nnd will take Ietaaur in dulng so But to those who have never paid mo nnytning I desire to say that I will take it ns n special favor iif you will pay me At least n part of my bill or else employ some other physi claim for I cannot afford to practice fa you any more on pronmcH Now if yon dont mean to pay mo what you owe me for my sake and the sake of my children dont send after me With respect to nil A U NiCKiiM M D Cincinnati Live Stock Market Tim Cincinnati Live Stock Record of Friday gives tho following na the best prices for that day Kent price for cattle oOO Top price for calves 075 Top prico of heavy hogs 370 light 375 Sheep brought 375 Best price for spring lambs 510- Tho above wore actual aulos but it should bo borne in mind that they repre sent time best of their class on tho market that day Tint IIi it11 will each week give tho best sales of tho Friday before which iis alone worth the price of thy paper NOW iis tho timo to Hutacribo La Grippe Successfully Treated I linvo just recovered from time HII ond attack of la grippo this year sit- s1IrLls A Juno publisher of the Lender Mcxia Texas In time latter case I used CliamliorlalnH Cough Ucm cdy amid I think with considerable site CPUS only being in bed a little over two dhjH Agn llllt ten days for the former at tack The second attack I nm satisfied would have been equally tin bad as the first but for tilt use of this remedy ns I hail to go to bed in about six hours alter being struck with it whilo in time firstf ease I was able to attend to business about two days before getting down For sale by J Taylor Day The cruiser lluflulo arrived nt Port Said last Wednesday on the way to Ma nilla just sixteen timid ono half days out trout New York She broke nil naval records up to that point in her voyage Goufllioil 25 Years I Buffered for 125 years with n cough and spent hundreds of dollars with tine tors and for medicino to no avail until I used Dr Hells Pino Tar llunuy This remedy makes weak lungs strong It hits saved my meI 15 Russell Grants burg Ill J C Thompson cashier of the First National Bank at Sedalia Mo is reported to have made n great deal of money in Mexico and proposes to return home tutu settle with the depositors Weak Eyes Aro Mado Strong dim vision made clear styes removed anykindthe use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salvo Its put up In tubes and sold on a guar antee by all good druggists It is reported that an Italian cruiser has boon ordered to Columbian waters to demand satisfaction for alleged recent insults offered to Italian naval officers growing out of tho Cerruti affair Tho Eanlo King oi All Birds is noted for its keen tight clear and dis tinct vision So are those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salvo for weak eyes sty es sore eyes of nn or granulated lids Sold by all dealers at 25 cents The President is determined i possi blo to avoid an extra session of Con gress and all tho efforts of tho friends of tho administration in both houses will bo directed toward that end Lung Irritation- is the forerunner to consumption Dr Jells Pine Tar Honey will cure it and gtve such strength to tho lungs that n coughor a cold will not settle there 25 cants at all good druggists To the Frilio Wo are authorized to guarantee everyI bottle of Obambetlalns GOURD Remedy and if not satisfactory to refund the money to the purchaser There is no bettor medicine mode made for In grit pc colds and whooping cough Price 25 and 60c per bottle Try it J Taylor DayThe Nay Department has ordered the CallaooPeru to hasten to tho Philippines with nil possible speed Send your laundry to the Winchester Power Laundry the best in the state- D D Littornl is agent at Hazel Green inttown He will also forward all packa ges sent in from the country U7tf Joseph Vucher the French Jack time nipper was guillotined in Paris for his toothe last Gen Wheeler ncribcH his hardiness to regular hours He goes to bed at 10 nnd rises nt 730 in the morning siVeI A Book far Young and Old l I OUR WECURE JERVOUSrj Esti 187aiI 1 L00DIt250000 c llSKIN r DISEASED p PRIVATE F- ii p15EASESCURED t W I n 1250000 CURED K I I JsrnSMCftI I r p 1 ouliIl1YtJIIUllerIhn I O lifililt Vhcn too Into to nvoill tho ter 4 I rillo broils m lour cjva ij uil to i our peril hidvrt Inter on In Inl1 11oInn 1iriLuld- irrs7 V Vi t iiIt i JMII now ti pptomYdtlhmutOU iI 1 ryemattfailurawitbu ilountlitldt7bWll I nnait e9uu11 y Cartyr9 o rir list rr tcI roeesY Ilaro y it hn druggel with mercury JMI vlItIIillnlJlL tIIllnlnlIIlItI J MKNT will positively cure yon It h wnhoivli IcrtnttIbour KKW Tin TMrT It Mv4 how wo conttltlt N 1 rlL H I 1 Gi1- y ANY nut T rrin vn 1 rv earIititsiN41alanItLt STItlCTIUiI IM1MITUMCYI Sli rIKia1 DUA1KS a 1XNATl HA1 IMS mA1JIHmlillII CURES GUARANTEED Tho V rM of tin rent froo liy iMiilnHlttR C Hump ruXSIljTATIOS 1itIlI E If Ill In to roll write fur llIhriiiN JolSK for llOW- 1Itlr T111Sr3l KENNEDY KERGAN9 122 W FOURTH STREET CINCINNATI O Some Plain Facts Grave errors injustice wrongs of greater or less degree arise from lack of knowledge of the truth and more frequently from deception The most infamous case on record of deception and injustice is the at tempt to demonetize silver as a money of final redemption in the United States There is no learned judge skilled lawyer or court of justice that is Capable of reconciling the effort with he constitutional laws that govern the issue of money in this country The people have been deceived officials in power chosen to adminis ter justice under the laws have ignored their sworn duty and given lid to the scheme that has paralyzed industry reduced property values onehalf and beggared millions There is no authority of law either specific or by inference bwhich gold alone is made the only money withwhich to discharge debts either j public or private The effort to make itso is unconstitutional and a 1 national calamity J Plain and ample information facts J and truth concerning this almost suc ccssful scheme to corner the wealth of the people is now being printed in the Cincinnati Enquirer a news paper which the combined power of money 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