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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r w JI I b tl I1AZELc GREEN HERALDEstablished Maroh 4 1885 Made Famous in tho Stoipof II Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell = eerand 1dltr The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains LOO YEAR jbiJRTBENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 10 1800 NUMBER 41ku nn ARTERDRY GOODS 1 IIFOaTEms AND PIUIKHS IX m rtiD7JI AND NOT2OSN3S LOUISVILLE KY tnnct J Taylor Iny Hazel Green REEW SONSW- HOLESALE ootS SJteS4 j jpis W MAIN STREET OUJCtfrxKfci Ksr EHDEL GOSLING 5 CO I JOBBERS IN JS CAPS STRAW GOODS f Gloves Umbrellas gand 620 W Main St- LOUISVILLE ICY I s uttiowortn GO I jUSlFACTtnKUS AM 1OHIU ItS O- PCCLOTrllNC 1 NS J West MainJBtroot = LOUISVILLE KY f W I II n Bi18 TfJ H J Jill i Kersey Casshnere k CorduroY Taut s and Suits DUCK COATS e ckn wlrdiMl to be Superior to nn jroJuccd Sits guantntcuit as marked Li SOLD BY oa J TAYLOR DAYCaro9a HAZEL GREEN KY+ tba liDo IY ROBINSON NORTON CO 5LOUl8VILLB KY UJtt mUG H E SI OLD RELIABLE Cuies Chills oa ON 10 SURE u 3c 100 Bottles Druggists Havo It IMPROVEDTASTE PLEASANTLY 11 n liicorponitrilll u nson ctteuOl 1mt htrllli KV 30DE HARDWARE COMPA- NYVIIOLESALE erlo EtA HJnrt liirr l aad crC1PJcE r CINCINNATI 0 eloteferei J lvlor Pay IIl1lJl tenLIt n Ifft riel 8 G FjJI t lrRace Str 0r16S7= EiiJL CINCINNATI ELY DRYGooD RndIIIwSpivi tdution to Mail orders foe 11st LY EYED WISE i9 K I IIEEN N AXlt JOIUIKKI 011 IlMPOUTUiSf GOODS HOSIERY i 01 Underwear White Goods 17 MOTIONS FANCY DRY GOODS 1 225227 Race St tti1 n yh 1dtitIiU3n pUIHCIWWATIl I z5csrrxx Manulncturers and Jobbers of- DOTSl SHOES 5 RUBBERS 3 W PEARL STREET CINCINNATI hFOTEUE t1SEnvelnpea I Catnlojr e 11 I Su iirlntcil lit HEUALO JUIce r w R nar rr nz+d a k dl r f A ABOUT POSTMASTERS That FourthClassperloncod the Trials Did you ever have any experience as postmaster in a small place or town If not you know nothing about the bliss of a tolearnpen of one who has been honored by the powers that be with the position of postmaster in a small mountain town of Kentucky The bliss of a postmaster pasMjth nil understanding lie has all sorts and sizes of bliss and fun all sorts of ups and downs nil sorts of troubles and sorrows all sorts of trials and hard ships and iis subjerted to all sorts and frames of mind in route periods of his imperishable honor as postmaster lie conies in contact with many wisehcads but mostly in combat with foolheads who know enough to know there is a letterI in tho olhco for us or there is something wrung here Everybody within n radius of ten miles culls nt the postoflice no miscount on that Ono invariable inquires as though n postmaster knows everybody not loutallyI mail for meV II Who is me I retorts theI postmaster Snooks nooks any until for Bill nooklISotI anuFor Tom lIooktoI Nothing II Any until for me or any of tho Snooks II NothingI for you or nov of the Snooks whatcerU Thats strange Why there ought to he a letter hem for me Somethings wrong it look like I cant get any mail hero at lillI The pwt muster must accept all things kindly UP cant get insulted nod must poatmiiv terhis temper Bud ho explains to Mr uptall O 1 K r1Iell maybe mill away goes Mr Snooks The polmatrr learns and lint to his Mirprfrr much that Mr Snooks iM 8loUice is Fools 1arndise twelve stiles awayI in the far edge of th county This is annoying to a post master but it isi his bliss and he learns to amuse himself with Jlw people of fool dom Bud hardens His heart for stay emergency or any fate 1The real patrons of the either rue a eurious breed of people too generally and generally iis all the time with the exception of night time Here is a fol low who bus up a correspondence with friend relative mud liesome far away or i hits mliinoycl mxl troubled the postmas ter so much that ho knows to a minute when there iis a letter due him at the of lice lie is title of these everyday loafers that hangs around the ollicc es pecially album mailtime as he ClIlIoI I it 10111 get a letter from him todny sure he says The lwsUnasterslon bit I the until distributed Then the fellow with his teninch use poked through the bars of the jKwtofficn cabinet Seri ounly Inquires Well did it come 1 i jug politely Informed that it bad not he murmur Well thats strange What I tho matter The pontmantfr Rood nnturedly like trIU him that he dont know the reason std intimate that the letter might have got delayed In tho mil or his friend had deferred an an swer to his letter only to be met with the flmrp rejoinder It Wryer has likon delayed he never did fall to write before Guess you have overlooked it Look again To satisfy his patron the postmaster looks again with the same multurn away gees the goodygoody patron IItill with the impression that there is n letter in the office for hint and that there tarot be something rotten in Denmark Daily oceurences of this kind ninny the postmaster but it is his lillMMid ho must put up with it ppost toaster his temper and never kick at the ways of his Hop eared patrons of fooldom The Postofflce Department wont allow the jujstmaster to JlyofTof the handle with his patrons and if the bully fellows hear postolHcc inspectors fall in to meddle of it they will silently and investigate tho matter This is what has to contend withbutthe postmaster it is his Winsami he mustnt grumble Postmaster is tho proper thing to call a postmaster A postmaster must be able and willing to post lie must boeverythingeverybody on situation mss whole able to master tho of others as well ter the tempers hand with tho And it is bliss on every postmaster In conies n fellow n veritable old timerand asks what n two cent stamp It worth orUwhut will you take for a twocent stamp The postmaster tells him that n twocent stamp is worth only two cents and that ho will I let him have one for two cents He com plains that he is too high on his stamps told vigorously tries to jew him down on the price and ho thumbs out a rusty one cent piece and slings it down on the counter and dares the postmaster to take him up Hut he dont know the postmas ter is forbidden to sell atwo cent stamp for one cent The postmaster refuses to take him up and the old timer calls him stingy hardhearted and all manner of hard names Well such passes arc real fun and amusement to the postmaster but it is hili bliss and ho musnt say anything about it Talk about fun talk about amusement talk too about tips smith downs talk about people of all sorts and sizes talk about seeing and enjoying all shades and phases of life but you dont know half about it unless you Intro had the imperishable honor of Icing postmaster in the mountains of Kentucky HINJ SIt mIJ P M Campion Ky A CourierJournal Scoop The city editor of the Dinpatch sent a confidential business communication dimly sealed and directed to the managing editor of the Dispatch hut by mistake it was left at tho residenoe of Mr W 11 Ilaldeman of the CourierJournal The note never reached its destination but was handed yesterday to Mr IHnggitu to Iw read to the Central Committee and appiare double measure in the Courier Journal this morning What would ho thought of tho cashier of one batik receiving and holding for hiti own lIlt rpmCfllI a note sent by the teller of a neighboring hunk to his own IVhier Yet the CourierJournal thiu 0ereports 1Ilr Carter said Ill tell you where that note came from It was rent by a mesKJiiger to Mrr Stewart who lives noxt door to Mr Will Haldcman of tho CourierJournal Tho incsNcngur by mistake luft tIll note at Mr llaldemans tones auto he was not gentleman enough tc return it This caused a ruIn of laughter from everybody in the room Tho mutter is of public intercut unly Hd illustrating the code of morals con trolling tho CourierJournal Louisville Post Tho Laborer Is Worthy His Hire Thankful to the people of this mud the surrounding community for their liberal patronage HIICO II11I1f been a practicing physician at Hazel Green I wish to say ameI ready to answer anyur all proflilllli l calla night or day and will take plen ure in doing no Hut to those who pare never paid me nnytmnx I denire U say ifeyou will piy me at learnt a part of my billor else employsome other ptmi cian for 1 cannot nft + rd to practice for you any more on promises Now if you dont mean to pay me what you owe nit for mysake Mild the aku of my children dont send after me With respect to all A C NUKIII sl D Gtacbol IB a Gone Goylkg The lint five dutrieU of Kentucky are against Cloebcl and Ooebolistn Mr Fin leys speech to tho contrary lint with standing Populist Republicans and Democrats are against him Fume Con federate soldiers arc against him to a man The silver Democrats distrust hits as a new convert the sound money men dislike him as a deserter Tho etc moats of opposition mire uniting anti if it were a question of popular suffrage Mr IJoebel could not get per cent of tho votes required to nominate him Yet ho will continue his contest for the nomination made more determined and more desperate by this first check I and the growing desire of Democratic I IOOllllllroIFifth district it is not possible for floohel to get the nomination tfLoullv- illo Post Send your laundry to tho Winchester Power Laundry the best in the state D B Litteral is agent at Hazel Green and will call for and deliver goods In town Ho will also forward all packa ges sent in from tho country 27tf 0 7- k 0 1 GENERAL NEWS France is reported to bo willing at last to sell her Newfoundland snore rights to England The United States Government will bo asked to relieve indigent others in the Klondike California AII emhlotCd iu np proval of President McKinleya Philip pine policy An Austrian inventor hums discovered a metboil of exploding bombs by the ac thou of light Tho 200th anniversary of the founding of Detroit Mich will bo celebrated there in 1U01 At Knknmn Ind Monday Matthew Murden died Ho settled there among the Indians in 1832 Gov Brntlof Alaska is in Washing ton to urge Congress to legislate in be half of time territory The police authorities of Berlin have exiled thirty Itufuian girls employed there an cigarettemakers Thieves held up n Chicngo dry goods store and killed one of the Ulcers who attempted to arrest them cnughtill1 feared that they will be lout Ten Spanish priests who lied front tbo Philippines to cscapo Aguinaldos wrath have arrived in San Krnncisco Parrots recently from South America mire siiid to have introduced typhoid rover among visitorsi to a bird show in Berlin profciollal sentenced to ono year in tho penitentiary The revenue cutter MeCnlloch which sailed from Manilla recently will make a tour of the world before coming home hills Imve been introduced in the Northsrolina Ipgidiiliiro to provide wparate rnllnwd coaches for whites andI blacks The Unitedi States rovimrto cutter Richard KIIHI chase rand eaptnrcd t Canadian ealcr in time harbor of Sam 1riuifinci It iU said that tho Herman Govern that will practi calloxelmultiraAmuericnu petroleum from thnt country Smith Kdwards aged 70 yours who for several yuars had 1111It hermits life at Smithton was found lead inlmtlu bedI Sunday Southern Democrats in Congress III most iiniiniiiuiiiily repudiate Senator Butlers resolution to give pensions to IJxCullflllrntll soldiers Germany threatens to seize Savao the richest of the Tonga Hands union the hytlwThe Secretary of Agriculturet in liix annum report doctored thin in some Ino stamina N litics hud a Imneful effect ut experimental station work The number of train rnblwrica in th Ifl Uniiod State in I1HSM was twentyeight in which five juwoMgerw and trainmen and fire rubber were killed The House of llepresentativrs hit It panned a bill creating a new ITniurdI States jiidgfthip which will probably be ocuupiud1 by ox SocreUry Dy A large number of soldiers of the dimt Ohio ltejiment quartered in thy Audi torium lot Columhiitf wero injured by the collaMU of their wooden bunks Senator Daniel of Virginia who iill nuts in Havanw iii a s the first need o Cuba is charity and the problem of got ernment may lio to I rod afterwards GenTo e homer who has returned t Wanhi pton from llarana says the JlNI pie of Unlm sire beginning to realize tlmi Americium rule in necessary for thy precut 9 News was received at Urownsville Tenn of the death in Durango Mex ol Maj Slim Kilbrew for ninny years one of time best known roaidenls ol Brow s vine Oyster men say that if time present ex treme cold weather continues cultivated oyster bfdsj in Puget Sound and Willapn lumber valued at 1000000 will Lo d stayal At South IJond Ind Monday Oacai Werink of Chicago touched a steam coil that grounded a powerful electric current lie is still alive after receiv bag IfiOO Frank Prowse of Ilophinsyillc Ky who enlisted in tho 3d Kentucky Jtegi mont died in the hospital nt Colum typhoifoyerI J Romances of Throe MlaorsYAn Englishwoman who died nt Caen V in Normandy where she had lived for many years in strict seclusion left 190 000 to the London City Mission She lived tho life of a miser and was at last In her eightysixth year found by her neighbors in tho solltudo of her house starved to death Sch ult von Meiss who recently died in Zurich nt tho ago of eightysix was for years reputed to bo a miser who so eluded himself to gloat over his gold limit it appears that while ho spent little on himself ho acquired rare collection of paintings which ho bequeathed to tho State limo collection comprises 12000 pieces all of tho highest merit nom brand is represented by 291 pieces Lucas do Loydo by 158 Albert Duror by 111 and Scliocngaucr by 80 The late Countless Halsch of tho Rou manian nobility was an extraordinary character Although extremely richshe was n miser and unruly spent a penny except in defending n lawsuit which her only daughter who hat incurred tho Countess displeasure by nurrying with out her consent tad stunted agaitut her When tho authorities entered tho lend Countess dwelling to tako K scsAlon of her property they discovered secreted in numberless impossible places no Icta than 1010000I franks While making a final inventory they found hid in n bun dlo of old mothcvtcn curtains n box con taining another 10000 francs Num berloM little cheap notebooks woro also found in which this eccentric bo lug had noted down every half penny spent Some books devoted to her law expenses wero headed Costs of process against that beastly ouch polson1 ous scrpont my daughter It Pays to Educate Young man did you ever stop to con sider tho real value of school life1 If you didnt contemplate thewo figures Lot us Hiippn c that the average young annum of 20 will live to be Wl Unit is ho 1will have III years of business life 1C ho hits a Rend education ho can certainly makes 1000 prr year which in ti0 yoara amount to 10000 If ho loan no Mitt cation ho will do well to average 100 per year or in M years tIlIUfI X10000 minus 0000 IU equal to 21000 thu amount the uvorapo educated man makes ncr thOIII1Itlllllllcl 1 I vide 21IOOO by IIIthl average schooll- i 151cim gives Z 2 IOtho amount n make ofyearlycourse that he applies himself diligently to his studies And to pursue the oaten lotion a little further lot us divide 2100 by 200 tho number of days in n school year and wo have 1047 tho avcrapo amount that n boy can make dally by ur im tto school Look around you and see If these figures pro nut about correct iiWIi MONTHLY SUFFERINGI TlioiiMinls of women ore troubled at monthly inter l tt9ll Inhoulderssialca hllf 11111hlhll- nut they need not suffer These pains arc symptoms off dnnfttroiift d tijeinfnts that can be corrcctfl The mien ntrnnl fttnctiou should operate i painlessly o1ilr iMt41rE Ej- md1l1eof t rI1JLII makes mcnntruation painless cud regular It puts the deli cute menstrual organs in condi lion to do their work properly And that stops nil this paint + i i1Vlayi will any woman sufferih lr month when Wine or Care 1iI will relieve her It costs fifoo at the drug store Why dout you get u bottle 2ci 1or advice In costa requiringI special directions address glv 3 Jng symptoms The LadicA 7attAdvIsory Icpnrlmcrtt The a Chattanooga Medicine Co Y I TeunI Urae serer I wti troubled it monthly Inlmali rrllh terrible pains In mJ held and back but hate ham n enUrwj rA1trN by wise of Cermell f e c j- q THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Publisher HAZEL GREEN t i t KY THE OLDTIME CIRCUS The circus thirty years ago was better tAr than now The elephant was a wonder Just to scot X could watch him halt a day As he fed himself with hay And each separate beast was worth the prlco to mo Never clown was half BO funny never monkey half so droll Alt tho tinsel was pure metal then to me Every acrobat amazing every rider 111mI ply great And that small trapeze man what a man was holIAnd when tho woman sang Wo Parted by the Illvarsldo And Youll Not Forget and Youll lie member Mo- She wns really so pathetic That I wiped my eyes and cried X wanted then to take her home with inc Tho itliowa wo leo In those days aro never half so lino Tho cost of tickets often bothers me Though the man still cracks his whip And the clown seems pretty flip There la nothing much I care to hear or see Thoughts of business taxes losses rheu matism other crosses Ml combine to make the circus seem quite nat I no longer love tho songstress with her paint and frills anti flosnos I no longer want to take her homo at that Hut Id llko to see the old tlnso show of thirty years ago When I woro no pointed shoes my feet wero bare When Iranonado was nectar AnJ peanuts were a joy That old show without a worry or a care I Pueblo Post An Army Wife DY CAPTAIN CHARLES KING Copyrletited 184 6iTennyson N lyJ SYNOPSIS Chapter IPantile McLano a young widow Is Invited to visit tho Orattons at Port Hodgwlek Her sister tries to din wade her IIH Itandolph Merrlum whom tits had jilted for old Mclnnu tint his bride are ttatlonid there Chapter II Fannlo MdanoH wedding nausea family fooling A few months later ho while traveling with her husband moet Murrlnm on hits wedding trip Chapter III Some time previous to this Merriam had gone on a government sur vey titian III nnd had hers nursed hy Mrs Ipcnialno and daughter Florence A hasty notu from Mrs Mclanos stepson taken him to tho plains Chapter IV Young Mclano dictates to Mcrrlain a dying menage which IN sent to Parry a young Chicago lawyer anti brother in inw of Mrs Mclano Itrply cntiaes Merriam to swoon lie III taken to tho Trenmlnos calls for Florence Chapter V Ungagetnent of Florence rremalno to Merriam la announced wed fling shortly follows Chapter 1fMr Melnno Is mysterious Iy shot In Has lFrancisco Merriam Is Krcutly excited when ho reads account In Vipers While still In mourning Mm Me lani proimres to visit Fort Hsdgwlck Chapter 1ILMrs Mflxmo arrlviM at thw fort Merriam Is startled at tho news std ho and his wife ntwiMit thoniHolvea from tho formal hop that evening Chapter VIIIMr anti Mrs Merriam play their respects to tho widow on un evening whoa site would ho sure to have many other callers When tho cull Is returned Merriam Is away and Isis wlfo pleads tllnoss as excuse for not seeing her Mrs McLano receive telegram Ar retted Chlcngo Your uncle stricken par nlysl You will he Hinnmoiied Secure papers otherwise loo everything e M Hho taints and Is revived with dllllculty Chapter JXIlrR Mcl ine desires to see Merriam Clrafton penmates him to go Illow pool tH n ptt the meeting till I noonIChapter X Florence learns Merriam has linen to sea Mrs 1telane and In a i storm of Passion will not allow him to ex plain Shortly after Morrlam Intercepted by Frnnle Mctanc HM m Is IMtstnK through Oraftons yard Florence wltneiw the nice Unit which else fllIllllQtIl1I has been pre urmtiKtHl and swoons Chapter XIIlrll Melane begs Mrrrlnm tor tapers Riven him lII y her ntepon lint I toIlight with greasers Chapter XII Upon regaining her strength Florence returns to her homo which else now In her Jouloun liromllng do cldta to leave CIIAlTKU XII CoNTtNUWi Ylldoyod with heating heart Flor enc rushed through the diningroom to the dark kitchen beyond and rapped imperiously at a door Hop Iingl also cried up I need you No an Bwcr The brute she murmured to herself an she threw herself heavily mpon the door nnd it Hew ojcn and plunged her In The Chinamans little Aunctum was dcocrtcd Sun kept no maid One schooled Chinaman easily nail cfllclently did all the housework of a lieutenants humble quarters and was generally employed in that capacity in almost every garrison of the fur west She Hew to the rear door nUll locked that then up to the second story where i wero the pretty guestrooms as well as their ownllcrs and Handys with nil their closets find nooks curd corners She took one rapid survey through thom and then one tierce wild look at licrself In the mirror of her dainty dressing table Are you Floy Tre nuiinc V Are you the little girl who was reared In the Killers Are you to make o lifelong fool for any tan And ns the spoke she began to open the dress xhe had been wearing for Handys hen efit The folds of the stylish skirt ono of Mrs Hayiies planning when In Chi cago were tossed In reckless disorder upon the snowy coverlet of the bed and her prcclotts loclcct Uandys locket ros ns suddenly unclasped from the round white throat and In time tumult In her soul she heard no sound of the sudden stir and sortie at the guard house She never knew that there was no sentry faithful to his watch along the rear of officers row to take up nnd pass on the stirring reassuring that no army girl can hear without rejoicing or miss without alarm Two oclock and nIls well The dawn wns breaking over the far Jornada and turning the distant Jtiad nloupc into gold when the Killers rolled away olllcers and mcn barring the band nnd company Ike by war de partment orders a tow years ago com panies 1 stud K of each regiment of Infantry wero skeletonized by trans fer of their men to other companies leaving tlhose two merely paper com mnnds Just as Co Q has been for years the derisive title of the guard house prisoners so does Co Ike be gin to appear as n name for the be reaved and friendless commands re ferred toj at Sedgwtck ns the cavalry trumpeter remarked to the gunner when they were going out to stir time echoes with their reveille only these at Sedgwlck and one stalwart old captain with his devoted lmnif hundred Tre malnc still doing duty at the canton tneutfond touchyold father ihose heart was wrapped up In that one child yet could not deny her to the man she loved so well Scdgwick was begin ning to yawn and stir The night owls In time canyons were hooting back to their nests dismayed by time bowlings of the human night owls tacking home to duty already half regretful of the wfhUky wasted while before them was that remorseless wrath to cone The cools were astir In the barracks and fussy smokeveils were sailing straight aloft from the chimneys of half n dozen company kitchens Already too the household servants along the row of cavalry officers quarters that which backed to the south were lighting their little morning blazes for Sedgwlck Ilay beyond range nnd antlhrnclte In the good old days of LO years before the cocktail not colTce was time necessary prelude to reveille and morning stables Xow with the wisdom that moms long lIter war only casehardened handy legged smith dragoons ever dreamed of a drink at that hour of leap from sleep to life the Inner cavalryman craves the juice of Mocha and mocks at rye From every set of cavalry quarters then the kitchen chimney sent aloft Its feathery plume with one cXllpliolln sub alterns house well over toward the western end of the row anti toward the gate thereof edgingi away from the ribald hnmcwnrd houud of the mobs road and shullling stolidly across the mesa Hop Ling was making his rapid way Fantan had gone against him and but for his hands his pockets were empty Hop bore with him an air of depression and wins followed by n Mint fagraiice as of msuidragora His bleary little eyes were searching furtively along that line of fence and stables for the gleam of the sentrys carbine nnd cap ornaments He must plume that watchman of the night mad know his ground before he entered post Spose the olllccr of the guard told happened to meet him during the night Spore somebody sick Spasm Mlsse Met lions she wanttec chowchow Hang the morning gun roared its lusty sum coons to he up nod doing and skulking coyotes squatted lower as they sneaked away from the outlying quarters no chicken the richer nod the guard turned out with Lu additions to tour puny Q and more still acomlng and the telegraph instrument in the clerks of lice began to call lalarrup Lalarrup Lalarrup and the soldier operator washing his fare in a tin basin outside glanced up and said The deuce with you You always call when Im wash lug Hunts up now nod land to drop nblutlons and wringing his hands as toe ran to answer the stoup insistent summons smut as he listened his face grew keen and excited and cheeking the rapid clicking of the key one in slant he yelled to the drowsy clerk in the adjoining office hillyquick Tumble up mud see If Lieut Merriams hack Ive a message for him sad then clicked and listened and noted again but the reveille was chirruping Its merry music anti the sweet cool mourning air rang with time melody tumid the troopers were tumbling out from the barracks and ever across the parade olllcers came stalking forth front their doorways for the th were sticklers about morning stables and roll call nod most prominent figure of nil streaking across the mesa with pigtails and pajamas lng with his felt bottomed boots fairly Hashing with Hating eyes distended for once at least everyfeaturetering tones mine lint Ling straight for the guardhouse null shrieking for MelliuniI A tea otlleer of the guard n scowling and unresponsive man turned front his survey of the array of grinning prisoners forgetting their own troubles in tho contemplation of Hops grotesque misery and this new oilcinlI Whlttakor by name sternly shouted Stop your Infernal noise you clapperjawed heathen What the devils the mat ter1 Mellluml Molllum wits nil pour Hop couldpllnt Mr Merriam IsntI lucre said Whit taker majestically Ohwlll ho gone Mlsse Mellimn gone She gone Minion alle gone Whew I said Whlttnkcr Sergeant take charge of the guard Ive got to go up to Capt Oraftons and report this Come on with me you heathen nnd forgetful of the officer of the day nnd only too ready to visit Grnftons nnd bask under that window the lieutenant hastened away ibis obediently and hopefully following Matters werent so bad perhaps then sifter nil thought he Odd though the freak might be Iris master and mistress might possibly have trotted away together for a very early morning ride and would soon be back demanding breakfast lint Grafton was out In nn instant nnd together did the three hasten to the pretty nest which Handy lead so proud Ily furnished for his bride Hop ushered thcm to the dark empty parlor then to the empty rooms above There on the unrumplcd bed just where she had thrown then were the garments Flo hud hastily discarded There on the dressing table were toilet articles in wild disarray Shes heard In souse way of his orders to chase those tId greasers said Whittakcr sul lenly lie who hated the name of Fanny Hay ward a year gone by for hay ing jilted his fondest friend now well nigh sated him because the woman sought him again and Whlttaker knew It We can soon tell said Grafton briefly by following her trail Down to the little stable they went hut first Grafton stepped back into liandys bath and ii ressing room Yes just ns he thought there was a note stuck In Uandys mirror but no woman Ily little scrawl no young wifes cooing confidence to her devoted mate It was in stout envelope anti the superscrip tion In n hand that spread Itself over the entire face was formal Indeed menacing MKUT MKKRIAM Privateand personal th Cavalry The captains face grew quickly grave ns he cause forth and closed the door behind him- Which way did Merriam head nuked he of Whittakcr n moment later as the three rcgathcred bade of the inc Straight off to the southwest said Whittakcr and here go her tracks by Jove Straight away for the end of the rownmtlfrom there The two officers looked In each others eyes a moment then strode hurriedly to- M iii I MI J Then on the uurumpli bed Juit wnerr Ste had thrown ilium the west end of the line Before them- therebrosmd and tar spreading brave in the slanting stinttliinc the rolling reach of the mesa toward the Santa Clara Heyond that valley the slow rising stretch of desert toward time old old mission miles anti miles away Ill iglistenlllgi1 Hut not toward these did MIgnons r dainty foottracks lend Straight as thlrr cruse flies they clipped the sandy ren when once well out beyond the Iltlltt and hearing of the westward sentry Straight swift and sure like homing pigeon flay hind evidently shaken nose her rein and bade her pet and precious hear her swerving never far at least ns strength would last to where there was ever waiting her the changeless love nnd pity and protection of the sheltering arms at the old cantonment now tier only hope of house C11A1TKK Kill I No word of this to anyone Whit r taker said Grafton as they turned away lie was beginning to see through It all He knew that two Indies of the garrison were calling at his quarters t rctrllltlwlllnI 1lttl1 watting below lie knew that one at least of their number would be sure to tell what was occurring not as a sitar ter of malice by any means but simply because tIll couldnt help telling any thing and everything that she saw mill heard lie Iknew that sympathizing I women were dropping in every few minutes to see dear Florrie herself if n possible thing or to inquire how she was nail he quickly conjectured that one or more of these visitors hind let fall the fatal observation What Grafton did not know wns that such a visitation had befallen after Florence had virtually asked Handy to tell where he hail been anti niter his hapless foil 1 ure tw explain immediately the entire circumstances It roused the demon of her passionate nature to be told the truth by other tips than his But this In itself reasoned Qrafton was uo enough 10 drive florewje tDto flight She must untie watched fcv his later coming must have seen him gooh fatal step for which he George Graf ton and no one else was responsiblel away from the path that led to his wife and home straight to that which bore him to the side of the woman he had loved before ever he set eyes on Floy Tremnlne And thither she perchance hind followed but therewhatl- int she seenwhat had she heard There were aching hearts In many households at Sedgwlck that cloudless morning but the man who suffered most wns Grafton The whole truth Hashed upon him as he followed the prints of Mignons nimble hoof lIe would have to tell his wife ant Mrs Hayne but no one else No word of this to anyone Whit taker therefore Iw cautioned with n sigh Well Im not all asinine wns that troubled subalterns reply though I dare say youve thought me so of late God forbid that I chould judge any man thought Grafton to himself sifter what Ive done this past night Harriet Grafton wns greatly shocked when told her husbands fears and did not altogether meekly accept his eats tints to keep the secret front Fanny who still slept the sleep of the innocent nnd virtuous and clear of conscience 1101 Ling had been told to go indoors put all the rooms to rights have the breakfast table set and breakfast pre pared as usual and he wondered last obeyed MrsI llnyne was speedily aroused by the announcement that t1rs Grafton was below and was well aware that something extraordinary had oc curred to warrant a call at so early an hour Kven the children wearied sifter last nights vigil were still asleep Don using n wrapper she hastened out on the landing and softly called over the bal sisters I know you have news for me Mrs Grafton please come up And in the telling of her tidings was It any wonder that the younger matron burst into tears We trust try to make it seem that site hits ridden off at dawn in hopes of meeting Handy on his return with the prisoners wns Mrs Haynes decision after she hind recovered from the shock and had heard the whole story and this commended itself to Grafton as wise when his wife came back to him stud he hind returned from the ncvcrto boncglected morning stables And this too was what they intended at first to say to Merriam when he should ensue In ravenous for breakfast and aston ished at tint finding his wife Hit high I noon came and brought no Randy In the words of the acting adjutant high noon brought only high jinks Crane olllcer of the day and a dozen other ofllcers hind seen Hop Lings frantic charge across the parade at reveille and numbers of men had heard his announcement of the general hegira at Morriams Before guard mounting it was known that Mignons trail led straight away to the upper fords of the Santa Clara far from the direction in which Randy had gone At ten n herds roan came in who said he reckoned the lady must have dropped this lie saw her riding like the wind the short cut for Joses ranch on the old Navajo trail mind he handed over jxwr Florries little traveling hag which she hail evidently strapped to her saddle never calculat ing perhaps peter rlngowhn t the strain might be never missing it when It was gone They sent it toMrs Hayne who could no longer keep up her brave face limit sobbed over it as would a moth rr over some prized relic of sv lost and beloved child ThiMi ISux ordered out three of his swiftest trailers anti rulers soul time best light wagon at tins post With the wag lr8tcats They tool with them such drills matt restoratives as seemed necessary and at noon they were across the Santa Clara on the road1 to time cantonment ex pecting to reach Joses by nightfall it nil tied their runaway darling there ex hausted by her long hours in ssuiulle mind compelled to stay under that friendly shelter as sometimes with her father and twice at least with Randy she had froInight until Mignon should be able to morningsCimarrontJunction had been hot with news nnd McGrath the operator lived the stay of his life for hours the most important titan at time post The rioters hail got wind of the coming of troops and had wreckingaGorgelhotitlrsguInwent whistling on again Everyone knerf trouble gottobut what might not happen meantime i1e IB CONTINUED J Thin Oiiulit to iii Ntoiipcil That SLLorisWhat was it I havent read thepaper todny timebridesnnidsatnwcdtingplnyfnily teehappysroomChlengo 1111111111 1MammnThafs a nice little boy you BobbyBobbyYon hadthtltncsvT dgc f PERSONAL AND IMPERSQ An Italian linguist J 4 betogouges and dialects than i Switzerland1 best known elhuno hunter Uulthasnr Zlnsll diedao t Al hurecorddcertno and cterl r silt The of hobnobllhblr lI titthat ltisurttrok once said fJlo lawereollentewb ttit of o 1 Oukcy IlutlI the tb large thuYutgeaernrhne gsirthethingSltI a lall datk tbisl dopprtwicountryin disguise passed for one aided bf bDIn g thn InlliitstsrcbyOldveternnplp hector who was Mark Twains i3itntcndent in the days when the material tdsly tut Houghing It was gathered IIs atlJIOfto the I tojoyLinelcci pee An individual lost his umbrella 1tmeted Stn advertised that the party who appn ref uls printed it was known and seen to tatctmtocc of it and if that night it was not throIteadiover his back fence h wouM iIJea Iof time rested and exposed The next man rfreedo hag the ndvertiser fourt Ids backyamduitorial full of umbrellas ththeps des to WIDOWS AND BACHELORS try last powvmtlottreiinrrThe ads lure njhlttIufirutiiuLplesorc tnalltyMenI old or + views UII some subjects fake wlllri to 1rce for Instance When ationaleituoseslick svlI about him for lidOllmya Ihili Site widower with ntinydomnestc w d timeI I are facts Statistics prove them An rcssi1lIlftrntll tics and the other half in Ihiutlemu II1Isn 1005hilStulcnhllllCCI IlroltnI 1 IIUell Ihim withI I resignationi ThereI nrcoawi toinI otherIntimedepthsconeyst tolls wOllhlne hate talllctutwptlmoughtt IIII I urgesup Ono of till Choke morsels of informa Ittlontuld dr tinned peculiarity of the sexes wha tihuntingconStatisticscould n lit mum exists lint the statistician dou thcfIIIreLiketlil Itt ta I s shad take choice Ii tatirelytiltI 1urcrtoe rtrand enamored is he of the matrimonial Ktnte that he is willing to give It not tiaent tnturtc s only a second hilt even a third or fourthmesas t trial if necessary nil each time beland chooses a spinster Tills the statisliflair sl clan partly1 accounts for by statingthit tmbsidhi us the female population irreatly C5It buy s eeeds the male each man feels that it liSIsII allwomen as possible into their trueII I ItII I To dissenters from thN philanthropli Start clue i1I stew the statistician olVersanotlierMijp estlon to the effect that a tutu likes meats n bi fuss in his own home Hbumcnt b pug learned from experience tint ufttttotes iti woman has Urea married a few ytCTltok tl fait te site is pretty stilt to take the nlnsof heHad t the household in her own Imnds prefers some one who is still unlnltW itchsit rUth1II0llthsbroken in Whether either of these utlClm would be Im std m hypotheses is correct it possible to state positively but certain lould- it is that a widower lights as slrenothcrtn tisly against an alliance with reaved representative of the opposite Wt ex as did Mr Pickwick when tbrrtt gaadt entanglement ttf Ourcued with matrimonial with Mrs Hardell and quite frequently throws with less gratifying suecessIlgn t Widows sire shrewd Men who Mre many hen managed once call lIl managed bind lIgnln 11iclnws know Hunt and nfiait talion- ly1 prefer tucing up n aims edpcatlon flutes snccre somebody else left It ofTtotraln ltoai bhanhlrinitially in spite of their resistance mane p- St During the year 1S97 the Sll1tlsllclSlltt ndiednatrininaml fIports oCt I 0 UI l- llllUlos aa1 districts of time eastern sear middle states nllll discovered that is fttinF that sletlnn and daring that time tt alagl dpmntthemselveswhile widows were so hoatad l llu6buttuInIcs 1163 of them were forctcreI CfflllIltat atdJlntlemenI t hood and trnnsfortitlsmg them Into o 10 lient bcncdielsMttuWhether these facts win be oCt1I b0tti ajrtaspeelmllscribe nor the statistician pretendskfet ton mcrel ofiifCgiven I It they arc worts ns Chicago l101eslIeraldojoj 6 If61 IfIfIf If UIfIfUUIf Questions I than gl tJJ ta a adiedN AMERICAN SYSTEM p years hi hamolsa t p1berKatlon tt otaJl1lnr So Cheap 11 Ireclou JUenlah- obbobbl lIrllh We loI fttCU tafanttthelurss Mjsalawof gravitation thnt smnlI t the whole liJKrt J of matter approach and tnj igl r bodies and It Is n law of Intb terse orof e rrtDte tbut draws people who have felt e3 said to geeoeratlons the heavy Imnd of ty lenBr towcalj government to seek to come 1 aae lote Ejtr the protecting flag of u free andI Cftrful government It is this lullu t tnlldarkthis Imtging to escape the hard lott the of tit Jopprrulou which they hoc sulYerc- ehasofte I long under the mlEgoernlllellt ofr Ided bfb1 ln that nttracts the tnst and tin guagetad tit India colonies of that effete of DlrcbJ to the young republic ofr terns pfns erica Cuba nut try plIvhng nt In 1spanatf ndent government for n while to- Icrlnl I for tlsly the ambition of lenders but I Is still a Lathe people of that Islund ilutl they III nearthe I enjoy entire security and anrge r pie of free government under the irella Bs nited Stoics ling than by attemptin hoapproiet UJlII nation of their own the In cu to take once of the leading men of business ot throesill steadily struggle to become n cal mid Ire 110 yof the Lnited States anti enjoy all ext more trfreedousand businessadvuntmgesob- ackJud t lrritorial or local self governinch nt th the protecting power of the United ngahwtLORSItm powerful nations without iduacseThe advantages which Porto Kico 111ould enjoy liS n colony of the United Kites over Cuba playing the role of ua dl worldfierelltceold or mamaulIre to become a eoloiiinl Instead of a 1tttr rtional power The shine influence awlioksfilchI will shape the destinies of the I mebacheloroffundcounty tottltntilla lhesed time 1 archipelago to reach n m Au enjoyascentg- lsemstorernmeut I The first problem these ten or twelve of people separated from thlIimiuherillons IularJiemlllIled of Spain will be the lillllnI tolerate dal I problem ihcyTrill look to the rcoaatePutted States to furnish money with helm to prosecute business There iss Once other source from which to drawIn theto Ion hlan the United States round there is no i Icr hllte canny supply equal that of silver es en bare dally for the Pacific countries Time I sued b astern people are a silver ttsim people 1Iud their greatest demand will be fora iforma anje supply of silver coin The PhilipI fines furnished with American silveremra t wharculd draw not only the tllIdof these iands to us but that of the entire east I trtne era continent This great demand I JISCOD ndoea Icould absorb nil the silver our twines I atoDs std those of Mexico could produce anla regard to mOlle and the money i c- epiteitalstheUnited Statesmoldsa position f ho has utlrely separate and distinct from mall nxioul European nations The latter hate no i eedt sotiter suites worthy of notice The fell I lIonbl mtr and gold mines of the European commit nottiDtllt have practically been exhausted I fourth centuries ago The United States pos i le titIUSts the richest silver mines In the allstl lorld Kuropean1 nations have to pur glint tlate silver to keep up their supply of i r tx jHbsidiarj coin and it is an advantage I hot itto buy silver lit half its coinage value as mans Ikill liS lmr ln Is 1ISI enough to sell I truelu silver at such n ruinous rate in hit mttlrof paper money the Unit ample fd SIR In when they Usue paper munrv rsnblue it direct but Kuropean govTii I likeeimutt deposit boiids III their govtrn I IrlllUent banks and the banks issue the IIrttltOlu This is the privilege our gold 1 yearsIaak trust IU making such a tlesprrnte I tor amplifyHadt he England the itlat rich silver minefc that the United State I few possess neither would sell its silver nt gels hit its money value to enrich otter openedjambin would How Into the channels of trade lErpuntens the power und wealth or- be the nation site Wt have a triple we might say n Srat adiiipit incentive to turn the silver n Itnt tfOur niinek into money In place of JIl tirowii it half away to benefit for I alga uationfc The United States have art bin tiaay tiiueji the ttrritory of the coma t leadingitthreeion I e railroad mileage of these ruuIta yloai and our domestic trade is greatertar thin coindforlooney I tan It auntsoutturn out nt least S1o0000o0J pr In 4tart which would enter into our clrcu i admttertot blznld not only serve him In providing necessariesn leaseathatot to thegreatj liferCo Activity to trade ftlr tow IJlidding some 10000000 to 12 d I10 People to our nation whose acleat rre 1 Deed for development Is u suf volume of money oDd the kind I money they have been accustomed j t a 1 y- to through nil monetheemuhdcreate our silver intoatones becomes 11Crjorm of notasto enrich JIlncillc- e fo elowed by every article of productionIknown to IIlCIS en unequaled en terprlse The trade of the old eastwould tllo back to seek nmJimindustry What could I contestd1 supply notonly every article of merchandise uud produce known to the zonedtrlldcrmoney with put depleting our own volume of metal lic money Silver money has not only been the chosen wanes of the eastern world but it has always anti Is to this tiny the money of the musses of all nations laid Is nut lnlrlll timeiiheJamidboxedtreas- ury to treasury and vault to vault used almost entirely as a commercial CIIIII ter and by useitcldliscurrency I IIllcrllaleI money cannot handled nyItre sponds to the demands of legitimate trade What the United Stoics stands most in need of at this time and especially lit this particular juncture of affairs is L system of finance conspicuously Amer ican We have the money metals in large iiantitief III our own mountain to draw upon We have the national power and WllIlth unit will sustain any reipiiKlte amount of paper money to tranruct all of our home bti ncss and stood up at par with gold nt the start and eventu ally demandI premium on gold if kept entirely under control of the govern meat mud excluded fruit interference by buncosteering hankers With a gmcrnmcrt lentil tender cur nuts aiid jrmornment honks fur the rcoommndation of the people where their deposits would alwaysI be soft It would be but a short period till gold anti silver would almost erase to be used by the people in their business except the latter as change for trite lions of n dollar There is a most potent and powerful reason for such result TIll currency issued by the government Iis the peo ples money because the government our government is the peoples govern oral The people have the same cum fidence In their government and their money issued by it as they have in them selves This is not so to a great extent in monarchies There I tin government belongs to a class separated from tIll people Tinre they are the subjects mad moms little love tor their governing masters Ilea the people lire the goy ernment and every Issue of govern meat currency lias proven that the plo pie treasured It as mighty as gold anti silver money The greenbacks which have stood the test for more than 3d years with the combined money pow ers of Iurnpe raid at lanai battling for their destruction show how highly the people treasure heir governments money With a national currentyof full legal tender with open taints sustain ing the bullion value of the metals with their coin value if foreign nations desired nail valued coin above every thing else we had to port with they could exchange products for it hut the metals could never be worth more than the legal tender proper of the govern rent for satisfying the demands of debt interest anti taxes If our silver and gold flowed to other nations they would increase the worlds stock of money raise prices and vth vine in the products of labor the la borer would rise in his manhood and place civlliallon on a higher plane throughout the civilized world The Iron thrum of debt with its chains of slavery hanging about it would begin to topple anti the man would ere long lifted above the dollar by loving the shackles of debt broken which now bind him down With n purely American financial rys tern all these blessings arc not only pos BibleI but certain The money power of the world would be shorn of half its strength anti the American nation and people would he exalted through out the entire world anti what is of infinitely more Importance they would be exalted in their own esteem worth nnd manhoodK E Kwing in Surer linlghl Watchman Their Money WnMiMl Silver Dick Bland of Missouri was singled out by the gold combination or defeat in the late election but their mom was wasted in this Instance arid the slver champion was reelected Ells constiojcncy appreciate nn able mud incorruptible public servnntfallver KnightWatchman i- er ThisWeRewardCborCureI1 011eTChelleiltnrerfectlytlonll anyobligattonaJe t Truax Wholesale Druggists To ledo O WholesaloDruggists alls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood nnd mucous surfaces of the nwtcni Price 75c per hot TestimuaialafreeHalls Fatally PilU are the best A Ilenl Prtae Ithinkhappy1Flq oolllookinvery clever totellthelooksubjectCleveland Nothing so common as muscular pains and aches St Jacobs Oil cures Of nil the letters in the alphabet only two are U KOolden Uayu witnStSomehow it iis easier to sympathise with a girl who gels n mini in cooking thou with hnirAtchisoni Hoax= You know Schneider the bottler who recently beenme n miiKintratci Joax ell lloaxWel he discharged prisoner yesterday who was charged with trilling ft dozen bottle of beer loax SoY lliwixYe Schneider said tlml- rrnsnt enough to make a IIIHlluladllphia Heoml e IhlllhlllltltII someborne i saddearI take n hall Miitlnm said time tramp 11011111It is nut true Hardly n tiny IIl1tYI fancilyisi I I IInll1I111lilTlrlnti rand shedaesStay Stories tinthigrtltustwent to the penitentiary ln would like to rumpUetr1 o We are never altogether mincrnhlc so long u we ran dram of nomcthinit thnt happyI11VIkmfctIn 1 like n modevt wan said UneJo KVrn exrep when he mull lag udetl our ex rune lob IItem too lazy to try11 akhitig Lou If SllirII gets into trouble in time wrong way people ally people are very synimthetic but if he possihlcAtcltison Lets of people nre deluded by the notion that might know a good deal if only they could remember all they ever heard Washington 101 Dcmouut IiiII Slcli llrweIIjManypcrsons i I I day and their bad day Others are about hclf sick all the time They have headache backache and arc restless and nervous Food does not taste good end the digestion is poor the skin is dry and sallow and disfigured with pimples or eruptions sleep brings no rest and work Is a burden What is the cause of all this Impure blood iremedyi I I It clears out the channe1sII through which poisons are carried from the body When all impurities arc removed from the blood nature takes right hold and completes the cure If there is constipation Ayers Pills They awakentakeII drowsy action of the liver they cure biliousness Write lo OOP DoclIII We have the some of the malt emlllflItthyldalilinthe Unlteil Slates particulars In your case You will re ceivuu prompt ililrerCPlWllbout AVLIt roar Lowell Xsil NOT ESTABLISHED Relationship Baaed on Ilcmotc Ironnao Wei DIMomlt to Trove whohnli she overheard the following conversation pupilsIt nnd one of them had evi Sunday soon ns another little girl cnme in she as tounded her by the announcement You Are my nistor- Im not said No 2 eFatherYes itrlldltln ly L mjtctandNoanother little girl arrived upon the scene onhercomer announced as before You are my sisterNow i No 3 happened to lo a young Inllof 11clnltllof the sort mind the Im nob and You arcs Hew very fast for n minute until No 1 argumnentHaventand stood awaiting the answer with a vie torioim smile Hut imagine her chagrin and the teachers amazement when the other sputtered forth No I havent and you know it Ive just got one grandfather up there nnd strode on yanquisbcdbulciad JnrohsOilculBlack amid hhntt the universal football colutsL A W Bulletin SciaticaSt ItBalliThe path of ambition lends to n rrrnt ninny political pravon Chicago Daily News STAR PLUG- L M NATURAL LEAF PLUG CLIPPER PLUG CORNER STONE PLUG SLEDGE PLUG- SCALPING KNIFE PLUG SLEDGE MIXTURE SMOKING VKR u marse COULD NOT SLEEP Mrs Pinkham Relieved Her of AH Her Troubles Mrs MADQE BABCOCK 170 Seccmd St Grand Rapids Mich had otarlaa trouble with Its attendant aches and pains now she is well Here aro her own ble Your wordaImade mo a now person Dofore I began taking it I was all run down felt tired andsleepYlDostof pains in my back and lido and such terriblef nights I e2 so b fovarian trouble ThroughK tho advice of a friend I began the use of Lydia IL + PinUhams Vege table Compound and since tatting It all troublcshavc pone My monthly aickness used to bo so painful but havo not had tho slightest pain since taking your medicine I cannot pralso your Vegetable Compound tote much My husband nnd friends nco such a change in inc I Ionic so much better anti havo some color in my face It Mrs IInlchntn Invites women who nro ill to write to her nt Lynn Mass for advice which 1Is freely offered Not Made by aTF STrC- OIVtBINELICYGtICTT MV1t1I S aOJl ACCO COM V Innulhltuatr OOeOPYYYNO- I Y I fTNE POT CALLED THE KETTLE BLACK IIBECAUSE THE HOUSEWCFE- DBDWT I USE I SAPOLIOt w 9 9 99 tREAD THIS OFFER a q i YI 1Tho Review publisp 4 tOURt WAR IN TWO HEMISPHERES J Qc UEIHQ ti U HISTORY OF THE WAR WITH SPAIN j tji by Albort Shaw editor of tho American Monthly Rovlow of Re fvlows and many other notablo contributors spoclal chaptersa TheIA j tlfully In bait morocco In Ihree large volumes g Every American and especially every American who had a relative or friend at the front wilt wish to own this work It U far more than the mere story of t the fighting comprehensive account of the condition of Cuba and of Spain before andmailer the war of both the outer and hidden causes of the war Ii and tells about nearly who had anything Important lo do at homo 1 and In the field with everyone the itrufgte It la truthful well Informed and complete and forms an elaborate of the United States at this criticalpictureIs state of Its history when It wdden itself with imperial duties There are Cm chmacter ketches too by special wtltera who know their subjects of Dewey w J McKlnlry as War Freildent and other notable figures of the war The navaliif i r lessons that the war taught us the new facts It brought out about the brit rifles ji machine gun and equipments and many other special subjects are treated In Y MuniY j theTII 1 everytei tbtthanIsm French papers showing what the Spanish thought of ui and how they believed Xlr they were beating us until the very endrS The history la being published by the Review of Reviews Co which also publishes the American Monthly Review of Reviews the monthly mataelne countryCa s JT timely world It atio is In the 13dlovergiveimportant mic ilnc the world Its regularsubscrltion pries Is lajo X cfL per year t 1 This edition of the history consists of three magnificent volumes such ai gentr fp j t 4CCOMBINATION INSTALMENT OFFER Ja by which any one giving their name and address on the coupon acrj0 companied by only i will receive the American Monthly Review of fa RevIews for a year and the History u fast as It ts issued the balance to be paid at the rate of l per month for twelve months postage and 1 express prepaid by us If the books are not satisfactory they may bo g returned and the advance payment lees expressage will be refunded BE SURE AND USE THIS COUPONf tAcli The Ktvltw of 4Astor C r enclote f fr membership In the Review of Reviews history Club alld to pay twelve monthly ln ulnirntin Smrmer month lieInning Dtc t for one years kubtcnptlnn for the American Monthly Review of Ke ffagree to bent with time current number oral Our War In Two lIeml three volumes half motvtto the same lo be tent me as tail as tlsaucdName KIMAddlfll iAddress THE REVIEW OF REVIEWS COMPANY Astor Place New JFr= DROPSY rrNUW DISCO Vj Bives wordreeadaytrenlmenlree ItosdsrGUNS load IIFISHTAOKLE Y A N KE 1787 kVUKN WHIrlftU JJ aUIKKriHK atmfa please tae thMtyou MW tfco Aetrrtaeer- swat la tide sayer My 1 A r f T THE HIRAM SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Jai 10 1899 FOR GOVERNOR PIAT HARDIN OF HARRODSBURG +Aff0Uf EmCfC + 0 For l1llrelentIUe We nre authorized to nnnouneo JOSEPH P nOSE of fjicy creek Wollo county as- a candidate for Representative In the next General Amiably from the counties of Wolfo anil Morgan subject to notion of the Doiuocrntlo party For Mtntn Auditor 1Vo aro authorized to announce JOHN It CHENAULT of Madiion county as n CUll didate fur Auditor of Kentucky subject to the action of tho Democratic convention in 1809 l PRIVATE letters received from 11 fow prominent Domocrntic politi cinnH of this congressional district bring tho information that our advocacy of Mr Chonaults nomina tion for auditor IH bearing fruit in thu sovoral sections from which they omonato Ono gontloman writes III do not know 11I r Cho nault tho gentleman TIIK HKIIALD is endorsing for tho nomination for state auditor but I do know that since you espoused his cause no other name than his is mentioned in my neighborhood in con nection with tho ollico of auditor Another gentleman writing from another county says You are right in saying that John B Cho nault will make tho state a good auditor I happen to have tho honor of his acquaintance and know him to ho in every way quali flodJH you put it Mr Cooper ho iH 1 a gontloman in every sense of tho word the very OHHOUCO of oxcollonco in all essentials which cnoblos Intuiand should ho re ooivo tho nomination you will have cause to bo proud of tho effort you nro now making in his behalf and tho people will be proud of your action for 1 personally know that Mr Chonault is heart and soul identified with our interests etc oto This is tho first time wo over received personal lottors commend ing our courso in tho advocacy of guy mans claim for a state office anti the opisodo of tho epistles is very encouraging Wo fool in deed that we have struck the pop1 ular chord and that wo are in touch with tho pulso of the peo plo When a list of the aspirants to tho ollico of auditor was first submitted to us vj picked Mr Chonault as tho man most likely to bo acceptable to till people of the mountains and indited several letters to individuals of our ac quaintance by way of investiga tion Finding him worthy And well qualified in answer to our in quirios and recognizing tho foot that ho is our near neighbor wo ospousod his causo anti tho moro wo investigate tho moro are we convinced that this man from Madison is tho man for tho peoplo of the mountains to tio to Prior to his announcement Mr Chonault was personally unknown to usI save na n casual convention ac quaintance but from tho first wo- woro prepossessed in his favor and ovory week wo hoar something of or about him thnt impresses us still moro favorably Ifnominat od and elected ho is sure to prove tho right man in tho right place and with THE HEKALD time people of all this region will rejoice TO cum A CULL IN ONE MAY Take Lnxntivo Bromo Quinine Tablets AH druggists refund money if it fails t cure 2oc The genuine has L D Q on each tablet 1 THE action of tho state central committee at Lexington on tho 10th inst giivo Goobol a black oyo that no political panacea cnn heal Tho vindication of Mr Dunlap in appointing now committcomon for Louisvillo vanquishes Mr Goobol j in Louisvillo and Jefferson county i and it will take an argus eye nnclllj a microscope to now discovor 4 bloom of his thoIIIIII boom It seems to have burst I in Lexington but for ways that I nro dark and tricks that are vain the heathen Chineo iis not in itIi with tho Konton senator If there bo any way left by which ho can h control tho convention when that body moots hull bo thoro with his henchmen Tho peoplo however aro for Honest Wat Hardin for governor and if Mr Goobol ulII tempts any chicanery they will raise a little hof their own Wiu somebody please toll us of a precinct in this glorious old commonwealth where tho popular Democratic vote is not for Gnn 1 P Wilt JInrclinl1Ino watched tho papers closely and wo have as yet faMod to find time place or peo plo who aro not for him Once in a whilo some political sorehead bobs up in his sordidnoss and says some other man should socuro tho nomination lint that is only cumulative evidence that General Ilardin is the choice of the people SOMK mouths ago THE HKIIAID warned the Louisvillo Dispatch that in nursing Mr Goobol it was likely to fool Limo sting of tho nor pent for its pains and the attempt of that gentleman and tho Haldo mans to secure control of the Louisville committee timid thus down The Dispatch and Mr Dunlap in dicates that tho warning wits pro phetic Goobol or Ilardin Tlicru iis more or loss tall now n dnys by tho people and newspapers us to who will bo the Pemocratic nominee for Governor of Kentucky If tho Mgnaofi thu times do not faill there in much 1polit ical buncombe about the opeculation on tho subject The race will inevitably narrow down between General Hiudin and Mr Ooobel Imo foundation iu al ready laid in till very complexion of polities as they exist lint in tho niako up of the two mOil Tho divisioni is a natural 0110 and 110 amount of talk or number of candidates can change it Politics is a business of a few against tho masses Senator Goebel Is a born political boss aul a natural lender of machine politic General Ilardin is a lender of the l10- 1110n bold Mid fearless champion of his righttln man of conviction whom no power clue swerve from what ho believes to bo bis duty Tho trend of allairs may ltu illustrated by two little incidents Col Dennett H Young a lender in Louisville said tho other day in interview that Mr Goobol would jot tho in strutted vote of that city The Demo crats of Kentucky know too well front experience what lnmvillo politic is Gen Ilardin has just returned from the 1urehaso whero ho has been in tho interest of hit candidacy and according to tho llopkinsville Iud II11 Ii lUll ille papers his tour through that country among tho enthusiastic silver Democrats was ono continued ovation Winchester Sun How to Provout Pneumonia You are perhaps aware that pneumonia always results from a cold or from apidenlic so ninny casts resulted in pneumonia it wns observed that the attack was never followid by thnt disease when Chamber loins Cough Remedy way used It counteracts any tendency of a cull or la grippe to result in that dangerous dis ease It is the best remedy in the world for hind colds and In grippe Every hot tlo warranted For sale by 111Ilur Day Now Reporters Effort A mnu killed a dog belonging to nniI other mUll Tho son of tho titan whoso dog was killed proceeded to whip the man who killed tho dog of tho man he was tho son of The tnnn who was the eon of tho tuna whoso dog was killed urns arrested on complaint of tho man timeoman who WAD assaulted had killed r Chicago News Hardin Wont Talk Germll A reporter of The herald met Ilnrdin after the coinmittno adjourned and asked him what ho thought of the result Ho said I do not care to bcintcrvicwcd the the subject and the only thing 1 will say candidatei Time reporter met with better success however when ho approachedl Captain lint Mlliamsand asked for an inter viewi Captain William was in a happy frame of mind overtime result and talked reply nbont it llc add lilt is Clertallll a death blow tnCoeln and a great thing for tho Democratic party Ho hns no chance now of becom I ing Governor for tho simple reason ho I fiUlIIIIt Who do I think will secure the menu nation Why nobody on earth cxucjl Wat Ilnnlln nod he deserve it for IJIackburn and Bryan unl tLt IKI cratic party Wat Ilardin has stuck ID it aiiil is deserving of something and he will be tho next Governor Lexington IHerald FOIl A I CHRISTMAS GIFT + t 11 THE TIUMII waterI Price 250 IS THE BEST FOR TUG HONE A complete stock of Ladies and Gon tlomons Wntchos500 to 5OO and Upward FRED J HEINTZ Jcwoler 135 E Main St near Postofiico LEXINGTON KY TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK- 1lSlEULIO ICY 0 CAPITA 200000 I Suiinus 30000 11 J M nmsTAIF Prudent lI1 KIUKIATKICK Vice President 1111 THOMSON Cashier o Wirosiuotfiilly solicit tilt husitlcssoftnerl chants tanner traders and business men gtentrallyI throughout lKastern Kentucky A guttural Ilnnfchtg business done Jive us s chance to send you u hank hook imyyoi chucks aunt limn you iiioncy when in need W 1V THOMiHON Cashfcur 11iIttthtlt JlnRtJfip WINCHKSTKU KY N U WITIIFUSlOON Prenldpnt It n HUNTEK Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 0000000 This Hank solicits the accounts of liter chants lfarmers trailer and hiisinesn men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers its customers every facility aiu 011Jitimntc FOB SALEUesirini to close out my business at this place I ollcr for sale all of my Blacksmith Carriage and WoodWorkersl Tools consisting of tho latest moileta Also Ma thebestTwo Saddle and Harness Horses 001I ONESI pcrhCllclass ltugry nucl llantess IlovsEllollI oltN ITlmI te ffrIm ties in need of nay of the above I can Iari onJOHN Ky J TAYLOR DAY Wholesale and Retail dealer In General Merchandise Lumber Hoivl Estato c Mao President Hnzol Groon Fair theFnrmors Olit IAIKIIS loran and MPP for salethU utile at 40 cents per 100 riri e LU IIII VU I 1 tI AM 80 YEARS OLD Incviriifod any iuiy ttut I l r liiiri Iiii ll1r Iin It ivr quirk nlllllKriiUiiiriit ri llfii Krllkl ilMolHilmivnilcolJM Itmukitt n ik to HI if Mrs M A MtWttUe lYdutftli I-cyrwnruswu Ring out the old Ring In lIRing out tho false Ring in this true fWe bring to you the new and true froze piney forests of Norway DR BELLS 11 PineTarHoneyfed Natures most natural remedy Improved PasHiJN 43 Inflamed surf rm f the and JtTheareexhJaAt oJ rated the microbebearing ticsauseofInf1tmo1 ncmbranes are healed and soothed so that 11sJ theSOLDDottles Only 26o 60o and 100 ShKDtBE SURE YOU GET of I Dr Dolls PineTarHoniyJ hJ teri rig Grooiest Clothing Sale 1 fruit for E- Jan L In the History of the Trade nisI At 11 ainc louis Gust Strunshas hass lexingtons Loaning gHousL me pay V DIu AVo art luully overstocked in every department AVe J propose to sell you bargains when you want them and not Da when the season is over to JUST THINKI OF A CJOOD WARM OVERCOAT bee at nnClllt A beautiful satinlined Kersey overcoat finest made worth O at 1t501 250 Boys All Wool Scotch to t Suits double breasted sizes f to 10 years worth 1 Iat amilsuit J5ea ul fill blue and black cheviots double breasted upsell tOilu years l 11 worth l ltit 5 Remember wo have for the IhFbut represent such manufacturers as Alfred Benjamin Co Strolls IlFechheimer Keiferi Co mill all the leading bet manufacturers of the Unitedi States You cannot n fiord to II miss this sale as you may never have another chance in your hot I lifetimeI tri AVe ire ajrents for Xewburgh1 XeverRipi Pants and will ba- lgoodsReautifull anal IraVerSwit worth rtt 1 a suitwitThe best FI11Ce lined Undershirts and Drawers worthCJU 2 at SIl lt suittIoo doen Fancy Shirts made by Hutehinson PiOFcOtin Co at 7o cents Price never named heretofore and worthaSl ilJrtewcYoumoney est to buy tthese goods at 1rieesnalneIRI LOUIS CJ8 STRAVSyeLexingtons Leading Clothiersn= IIr u l i L1l91 ttlCltsaRFrRl Y I L+ 1 tI 6tII i IUCKYESLEYBNAc DEmI I 1 A th- r n IAT CAMPTON Q avt iI I o bBICLIITIIUJIIIII i i btiG ri r iit t Ux Iabtt kSHISTOBY It Firt v uii SMSIIJn opened Jnn i18Un110 students enrolled P lc uul1 Yin tor sossi0110ptmietl JanJ j 1S9T1Gmistudents onro Jf- I a Thm1lIItlr session 1Kinod Jan n 1808 185 students enrol- lourlh lI Winttr Ss311tm willopen Jan a 1809 prospects excellent I These enrollments do not include public school SUCCESSFUL1st t habitsadI l untruthful cbooll I bOardencourage nro throe who arc earnest stend t nuiin business Jth 5th The It hats moat and intellectual standard is high nUll improving from year to Jr 1 pruved to ho safea place for young peopleIE E BISHOP C E Grad noCULTSValparaisoC J NUGENT IndA n Grndnto K WMrs E C Green Iy E BISHOP Graduate in Winchcztorljb Dowlin GadVofcoRev LecturerAetneltlan at anY other schoolHesston closes dB before Send for winter teachers exanidnntion in liar + announcement or call and see for yoiirselvi E E BISHOP PrincipalI I h h eI1 rl 1One DoseTells the story When your head aches and you feel bilious const paled anti out of tune with your stomach sour anti no appetite just bUY n package o- fHodJ1s PillsAnd take n doge from 1 to I plhat You will bo surprl nl at limy easily they will do their w rK cure ourIbcadacho and biliousness rouso the liver and nuke you feel happy again A I Sold by all niLdiunu dealers 4sccntsU Ua lMl Ci O1111 tbet flaE HEIAl Jyed River Valley Railway Cos ed byTIME CHILD tithe SSrTinln loaves McCiuuey at 0 oclock n crates Bi connecting with train at Uolliwoll fur Mt Sterling Itotiirninif loaves Uothwull t411 JAMIM Mrill i Ki t t1otlnvull Ky hno1 =thereMoro than twenty persons lire takin the teachers work at the Academy illnr C E French nee Mallio dames of Lexington is visiting her mother a- I t this place J II Vallin will preach in Presby terian Church Siuaay morning mid night everybody invited I AndyII f11SlnII I yesterday for IKansas whero ho will on Saturday night preach his trialsermon Mrs Ireland who has been quite sick since December 17 is now much better and will soon bo her usual self again 1The t lsphono lino between the Academy Homo fund tho principals residence J has order been pay in and is in fine working Mrs Ida Cecil who has been with her L mother at this place for some months past left Sunday for her homo at Cedar Bluff Vu Yc Jess Oldiield and Herbert Nickel of t not Daysborc started Sunday to ilencairn to bring home Tom Oillaspie who has OATboen sick with fever lIinest Mrs Maggie Kash requests us to say oteh to all who are indebted to her that she 9 amust have tho money at once as she her has obligations to meet1 upself A GREAT ret Ilrll of elm mine an provesIIood MEDICINEC0 Imasding illd1 your homo Tuesday much pleased with her trip andJako nets of the Feels llros circus has been hero for the past ton days mtlII ICrgwill leave Saturday to rejoin time SIllIwhich is at Ncwbern N C in winter I orth quarters There will bo tho regular services at o itheChristian Church Sunday nt 1111 IIII orthnnd C30 p m Sunday school at n in Everybody will have a cordial welcome at both servicesI tcr On Friday night tho 27th inst there will be a debate at the Academy ixJJ young men will discuss the expansion question Somo out and hour thom ThoJ 3next debato will be on the 2M of Febru r dry a + John U Rose paid n flying visit to Stillwater Sunday to see his father and a mother and little son Charlie and ho l j l says Charlies eyes are some butter t ho still Miflera from any kind of j IIthough t i will bo no paper next weekC 11 The editor being compelled to go to LexII 1 c I opIpnper ledand spend the week in soliciting ads forI led THE IlEiiAM which after his return he at hopes to mnko better than over Mrs Lou Day whose illness has been mentioned in thcso columns several times recently iis still confined to her J sotsbb1 At times ho gives hope that die i fay again bo physically n well woman rArebat her mind continues to wander nndII It has been feared all the while that eVen should she get well she will have J DO mind She cannot be made to believe thatBile is at home and on Tuesday to far convince her two of her attendants sup sad J dinJng i that she would recognize tho place nutI t we did not though alto seems to know 4 every body However her many friends iastill hope for the bet John D ThompsonPhippsl forCthesumfurnIshedActing upon Gen Joo Wheelers sue Kcstiou to American educational instltu tions the hasnnnonncedCubulIwhoproperauthorities The Filipinos according to n dispatch from Manilla to Madrid refute to lib crate the Spanish prisoners on the de manil of tho Amoricans clniming that such action might bo couitrued M an act of submission SnrstlHujliaarc bucmwothe arettHoodJ Phis unc iir lte- llmltita1tr1Ci1 f i r Miss DeMiMg teacher of music at the thegI l groillgringingta competent teacher should join her ihwsf The diirtmo byBtcni Iit out of date Ilet her jive you up Unlnte ins struction in singing limo case of Swnngo and 1ieratt school trustees against County School Superintendent Lacy which way decidod at tho last term of the circuit court for the defendant has boon reversed by the Court of Appeals1 The County Super intendent deposed Murt Pieratt an tri tee and appointed in his stead John J- Iliosellr1 1 tSwango H holdover trustee with Murt Pieratt hired Ova Swangot teach tho public school at this place Hut when Ilose wits appointed he and Kln Tames tho other truste hires Miss Mallio James who taught the five months school The action of the Court of Appeals however precludes thr probability of her getting pay for lur services unless the trtiblces who hired her are Amenable under the agreement LA GRIPPE IS- CONTAGIOUS Atmosphere Impregnated With Germs Proved Boyond Question to Bo Inloctlous Is Rapidly Con quering tho Country I JaI tsI specific germ IIIIH been jiositivelv ideals fied and it 5id transmitted from plrII to per+ on cither by direct contact or by inhaliiiK the genes w liilo they float in the air It is a dangerous disease lowering tho vitality and wasting the resis tive power BO that pneumonia heart disease nervous prostration nail ill8anitI find easy victims No specific iis known that will kill tho Grip germ but it may Iw driven out and its effects overcome by time prompt use of Dr Miles Itoslorativu Nervine La Grippe left my nervous system BO racked and shattered that I could not sleep and for two months was under the influence of narcotics Physicians and friends gave me up to die but in two days after I commenced taking Dr Miles Restorative Nervine I began to improve sell in a months time I was entirely cured It is the greatest health restorer on earthID W HILTON Louisville Ky All druggists are authorized to sell Dr Miles Nervine on a guarantee that first bottle benefits or money refunded Miles Nervine J freeIfAddress Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind 1ooaoo +oooooooocoooo++eoopooo- fiazol Groon HoaeMU Normal and Preparatory School IKIMAHY AND IXTFKMKDIAT1- 3IMiAUTMLYrs luirlih lIr c- Latin Scieiiiiiii fonrsr 1rrpnnitory lutmiciil Couno CoursellllclllrIllumes Course I MutiiotilI nurses ltopnrtInllIt 4tttendnnce now time best in the b history of the 2 Sernntl term choolIIS t and ends June I X Jan 19 ISM Principal t+ ao4o000000000000000- 00Iti IIIIITMIIInIeadyunrlerr 31 1 Stilllnj Ky niiKKSK- NTHCUCCENHEEEtfER Co1 IYXrilltUKO VA Notlon Ihl well known HKATSAU IunUnml I vcrallhl seeIIFRUITS FLOWERS SHADE TItO pGSllfSfIOSe- Ak f 3LSDS Everything for Orohnrci Lawn must Uurdcn Fruits amid Ornatnontul Troos Shrubs Vinos Small Fruits Rhubnrd Aspnryns nnd nil stock grown in Nurseries Prices reasonable na wo omploy no agouti applicationLioni1 F 1I1LLENMEYEUL- EXINGTON 1 I KY IHONK 27Srt1 H 0 II MAIONKY J II ADAMK MALONEY ADAMS SILVERSMITHS AND JEWELERS Lii tlTV WOUK COt STY KY Repair IIoekM Icwtlr of all lowest prieeM Watches nod kliulN nt tin nodI guarantee iitif plion In nil prints Hpcuial attention tu orders by niiiil Itf II KUYANHAIIMMAN tort Pearson Clark WHOLESALE + GROCERS LEXJWCTOW KY rv W4 luuiL4 GENERAL WRSnUTH LEXINGTON KY Tar rlrrnlar or lira fatnoai and rciponslMa COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Aunnlrtl nnlal nt World Expo llloB Refers to IhanamlA or praclitiitr In pnilllnn oil or Full lliiHltuu Ciiurne Including Tul tiuii lJkulI1 Uil lu fanil nlmiit tA Sb rtblld Type Writing and Telegraphy 8pcialliu- CirTliK 1111kr rulvrrnlty I lp1om undr noil ownrdo1 aradnte llterarr Ununm free If deiln l dorneatlnn Jnl r flOW Graduatoueceaeful- In vritr M tore heir Ifttrri rracH til oildrril only QENERAL WILBUr H SMITH LorlnttonKy tint liealurLv tttirmity rrHmrtn fOlUo and had nearly IIMI iltuUnU tn uUenJanM toil n year O I ML RIOn + ttcrneyalLawCOIIKCTIOMS A PlMlCUITY AND III TUIIXS lao+urrlY MADK 151 W JitnJtiiHov STUKKT LOUISVILLE KY Inference J Taylor Day hovel Greed toftt No BUll t IIiITM WilllJ1 t MRS S B KASaI Fashionable Milliner hH1EL GREEN KY I I h J 4t T ULBEE M D Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY tSurgcry and obstetrics a special- tyHERALD ton PRINTING IS TilE BEST and the cheapest 9h 11 tor i n ttd fjFI3ftTTIDEALER IN General Merchandis- eLIVE STOCK and Country Produce QUALITY OF GOODS THE BEST and PRICES THE LOWEST0ooo0o- aooooo000000000000000000000000000 v +ooooaooooaooaoooooaoooocoeaooootc ootoi IL4LIrPIURifl1J1fjL Y EiTAI3LEUl = I Imvu constantly on hand Horses Uuggioa mill Covorod Hacks suitablo for DrunuuorB and will convoy parties to any point in Eastern Kentucky on ronsonablo tonne Writo or tolo phono nio and I will moot you at oithor McCuusoy or Torrent o000oooooo4 + ooo00044000004o +o o4ooolooooooYoaoooooooooaoooooo4oaoooaaoo04- 40ALL PARTIES INDEBTED TO ME iBy note or account will please call and settle as I need money Otherwise I will certainly proceed according to law I have waited and waited patiently and now I must have my money0000oooo0aooooo00000000ooo0oaooooooooao + 000044o0oo aao4000000001000o000d00ot100- LrjLAASlro X N01J rjmfi Those who Mateo not paid thoir tuxca must pay the snmo nfc onco as I WILL WAIT NO LONGER A levy will bo niiulo in Ton JO Days and thon thoro will boun hot time in tho old town tonight Dont neglect this as it will save mo trouble and you much oxpenso Respectfully H F PIERATT Deputy BhorifV Wolfol County Wa T CASKKEY9 DEALER IN General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE COUNTY STATE and SCHOOL CLAIMS HAZEL GREEN KY u rGRASSSEEP 1NGi iA SPECXU T1Loooooooc +04p00044000000oo4194ooooo0aaoo o odooooo00oooooaloooooo SCHOOL BOOKS HATS GAPS STATIONERY BOOTS SH- OESCLOTHING tI 41r1rl iOOILtJjy JJ uiItulJ rt DRUGSHARD TIN AND QUEENSWAREi y Everything usually kept in a Gen eral Store LARGEST STOCK ILOWEST PRICES Prompt atten I tion Full value for your money and no better place to trade Call and examine my stock and learn my prices before buying elsewhere Yours to please W R ASJIeY Tar t a a h THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER publisher HAZEL GREEN 1t h KY OLDTIME PERFUMES lalrrcitlnic Direction for Dnlnty Odor Taken front n llouk Pub ll lted In 1030 In a quaint little volume of 1CSO are to be found a number of dainty tHree tions for the making of perfumes In numerable are the ingredients to he lined quite all sorts und cOlILlItlonlI manyof which are the flowers of the botanist Moses were popular while gum Benjamin held u prominent place among these blown An interciting leclpe to perfume water is copied from tills book Take maluiesey or any kind of tweet water then take lavender spike actIniarjorum balms orange pieces thyme basil clover bay leaves woodbine flowers red and white roses und bull them sill together Surely this is a rcmnrknble concoc tion and the many sweet beettted Mow ors could scarcely help but make a very tweet perfume Two Interesting perfumes coire next King Edward perfume and Queen Iii izabethlb perfume The former hint markedly different material in Ills cologne water from that of her mnjesty Among the directions for Ring Ed wards were 1E spoonfuls of highs t rcd lose water with iiuuiy other ingre dlcntK the most Important of vhlrli wefts to be the weight of sixpence in flue powder of sugar Then after bolllpg it on hot embers bud coals neftly and the house will biuell nh though It were full of roses hut you innst burn the sweet cypress wood be fore to takeaway the grossc alre Certainly these daintyI directions would not in any way come iimU to they Her majesty had qulto a different course of treatment In her perfume Klght spoonfuls of compound water the weight of twopence in tine powder of sugar and then this mixture too like her royal brother IB to boy1I on hot imbem and colds softly After that 1Iii to be added sweet marjoram dried in the sun and the weight of twopence of the powder of Henjamln The Html word of Kllzabeths recipe Is This per fume IsI very sweet nUll good lot the tithe Turning n few pnges back one llmt Instructions for what would seem a dlf fcult perfume to make but a very tweet cue to possess It belonged to no crowned lend In those centuries mug ago and no fancy title t+ mu accredited it merely It was called To make a sweet stitch It then goes on to the laborious directions saying Take the innate of n sweet apple tree being gathered betwixt the two lady dayes So ninny times in these old perfumes u nch isl made of tic Ingredients being picked before sunrise between ce tain days etc This then Is put Into the inevitable dish of damask rose water unit dried In n plate in the oven While drying it is to he wet two or three tunes with rose winter and then an ounce of Ucnjamln and an ounce of storax of calamlntac are to be beaten to a powder and added with n few rose leavesThen you may put what sort of Kincll you will bestow as ouch civet or nmbcrgrecRc and heat all together in a pomander or a bracelet Another interesting compound iIF culled To make an excellent perfumn Io burn between two rose loaves tin Ingredients of which are juniper sto tax watcrof cloves musk gum drigon which are all to be pounded to a paste and rolled into little pieces the size of a pen These are then to be put be tween two rose leaves and drying hem thus together on a dish in the oven the sweet stitch Is said to be most pleasant The following recipe 1 is not unlike the one just given Take n quarter of a pound of damask tree buds cut clean tram the wMtes stamp very small put to them a good spoonful of damask rose water so let them stand close stopped nil night The whole IsI to be mixed and beaten well together and made up Into little cake layers between two rose leaveni And dried between sheets of paper There are ninny more attractive per fumes and conserves told of In this xualnt old book which would scarce fold the intercfttof anyone there being B sameness to them Only to the b ota jJst perhaps does the true love of these queer things come when he rends the long list of his lowers that these2s centuries old people used In their weird compounding and perfumesN Y Sun Kino C Pareses In Mnnlln By fur the most Ktriklng character IMic of Manila Is the number size splendor of fhe religious edifices Though the walled area Is only about 250 acres in extent within these hut itt are half n dozen churches includ ing n cathedral The spires and bellI towers of these IMIIKM vc structures form the most picturesque characteristic feature of the city The oldest of r the existing churches that of St An gitKtinc wns founded more thAn sop years ago Jhnt it has withstood the typhoons nnil earthquakcRof three cell turies Is proof of itn solidity and also of the ability of Its architect a iiephoTv of the builder of the JZecurial at MadtlI Till Chicago Chronicle II THE ChAttI IS FALSE Absurd nod Iir u nltilr Amuniiitlotr- of Cold Standard Adv icnt There Is not a single objection to bl mctalllsm that rests upon any broader or better basis thin the technical quib bleb false analogies and naked rtsump tlons which characterize their ufllnnn the claims In favor of gold Take the claim that bimetallism U Imprnctlca hie or an some put It Impossible What objections are otlered toll 7 Why we are told that we cannot have two ktandards of value nay more than wean have two standards of length A distinguished citizen af Nehru kaand- n prominent miinber of the Sound Money league hits been reported assaying that to him two standards of value mire utterly unthinkable If In used that expression It merely prove till unthinkable character of the up lilt ralus which he carries around on lull thouldcrt and which he probably thinks IsI a thinker TIll truth IsI that there lire iJilTeren standards of various kinds The French meter IIs n standard of length and the American yard IIs an other The avoirdupois pound IIK n standard of weight andro IK n pound troy There are no lobs than three dif ferent standards by which heat Is mras und and so with other things llu Ithese standards p re easily adjusted out to another mind It requires no great in idled to make the adjustment It Iii initially fO with standards of value Strictly speaking there Is no such timing as a standard of value brinim1 tin word Mnndttrd Implies tixhtywhk vitlurs are all the lime changingj 1 inony Standard Iis merely a system I by wnlcli values are computed Pif ferent count rics have riiUVmit sysfmi nnd litTVrrnt units Knglnnd hns Iht iound sterling of gold India has Hi liver rupee art Iiheinlly mined above tin livH of silver bullion China lists foal dlllYrcnt hind of silver tails we have tin dollar etc etc lint the dlflVrrnrt Iwlwiiti huts various units nr stand II rut tore easily calculated It does fIIl- lrC1I1It t a mind of any great thinking power to rnubli one to understand the dlMVnMiff ronumrei IIs going rigid C 1 liitwrcn countries with dllie ir nt monn vvstiin The roost ordinary clerk cat I oiiiiviTt pounds into rupees or daunt nlo tnelsand without say very Inborn effort at thinking nit her The icierI which soiled out tills unique expression I Is tats If we attempt to stablHi bl iiirtiillUin by ndmltting both iiietuN tel fide coinngo IIIIIs clainiid that gold will tit once go to a premium the parity willI Ibe broken and we will have two stand nrds of value which the gentleman says Is unthinkable Now suppose justI that should take place mud gold slmuh I go to a premiumI of say SO per cent What would that turns Simply thatt to gold dollars would be equal to thrct saver dollars Surely no tunn can In so utterly destitute of Intelligence a tr Ihr unable to comprehend at plain II Vrnposition as that In the faee of tin vliolc monetary history of the worli I lie gold nuii assume that the very mo tent gold rind sliver parted com painI ll they did part our finances woiili1 fall Into confusion worse confounded and ruin follow lost how the ruIn would cniue they never attempt to tx IHntn save ItII Series of proposition that are both absurd and IImpossible O J WAn FR ALGERISM IS COSTLY then tlii tiling for Primlitim III Tlir Will lit Over ivlirliiiltiw Ours Iis Ithe only country in the worthI which does not iillow Its whilst tIi be conic disabled or invalidated in Its sen tee without compcnKatlon In rccognl ion of this principle we are now pay hig 140000000 a year as the pensioi cost of a war which mute lour end mori tbim a third of a century ago The precedent which we have thus cs tabllshed IIs binding on us now laid the disabled rohllcro of the Spanish win have u claim on the country for peii sinus which congress is certain to roc ogniitc How large this pension liability willI lu is something which cannot be ever estimated Thieve are however certnlt hidicatloiiK which art both Interesting and hllltIICth e For iiiHtancr In the Fifth MissouriI regiment mustered out at KnnsisCity In a single company not less than G member put In claims for ailment which they swore were contracted the service while in vamp at Chlckamnu gn nnd Lexington huHIn thousand miles of tiny enemy the war department The men tare suffering front impaired hearing nn tl lslon and more physical injuries and in nearly every ease they make ualhI IIthllt the cause were bad quarters anti bad water In other words these men are the vie tutus of Algorism If there Is anything like the snore portion of throughout time army and the expertI once of many other regiments this much the Mime nnd even worse the rrsf of Algorism will be greater than nil thc other expenses of the war put together X V World DoucHe und bluff work nil tight In some states but honest and plucky Missouri Is neither to be bought nor bullied into n surrender of her demos zacjSt Louis Itepublic WHAT BRYAN SAYS Free MOs er Will Irove n Atrofl Faeo tor In the Next Prciiiarntlil Cniuiinlicn Col Hrynn in nn interview snld While 1 do not understand that service in the volunteer army prevents o soldier from having nutltprclislnt opinions upon political questions I de eluted to take part in the late cum paign lest I should be nccuwd by par tisan opponents of attempting Io em barrass the administration Now thnt the election Is over 1 shall exercise the citizens privilege of discussing the re turns Compared with the election of 1S90 the republicans have gained In souse pluses and lost in others It was not a sweeping republican victory On the whole tIll result was not surprising when It Is remembered that the adminI istration It just concluding a success ful war- 1Vuile n majority of the soldiers are probably antirepublicans the manage ment of the war hums been entirely In re publican hounds and the strongest argu meat used during the campaign wns that n republican defeat would discred it the president iin the eyes of foreign nations while his commissioners were engaged in staking a treaty- It was not n trial upon the Issues now before the people hilt a successful plea frr a continuance of the ease The people have tat accepted the gold standard they have not fallen in love with the plan to give the banks a monopoly of the issue of paper money tiiry have not derided to retire the greenbacks they have not surrendered to tie trusts These questions were forced Into the background by the declaration of war hilt they mud be faced again as soon as peace IIs restored TheI Chlengo platform present for public consideration certain vital eco nomic questionsI That platform Ions tint been abandoned by those who in dortd it In 1MK It will be realllrmed in 1WO because It gives expression to the hope anti aspirations of a large ma lftrlIWhen the democrats populists ard silver republicans fnvored Cuban hide pendence they understood that Will would give a temporary advantage to the party In power inn they were will hug to risk defeat In order to aid a pee ple lighting to be free Neither cute the election be regard ed ns an indorsement of any definite policy lntil a treaty of peace has been entered into mind the terms mantle known1 the people cannot pats judg ment upon it Whether the war will raise oily question of sntlielcnt Impor tance to turn public attention away from domestic problems remains to be seen In regard to the Nebraska election he said A light vote was cast In Nebraska last tin rllllJ tilt have elected the oil tire state ticket and carried tIll sam congressional district that they carried in id If Senator Allen is defeated for reelection it will be because senators lire elected by legislature instead of bw the people Iln republican senator IIs chosen by the in w legislature he will gn to Washington to represent a minority ot Iht people of hue state and to thwart the nil lof the uumijurttyN Y World PRESS COMMENTS Ipolu iol for the tllI1tl nsserl that trust management puts an end to strikes The window glass trust has started a month late owing to disagree ment on wages Trust managers sire that usually philanthropists They pay market wages and not a cent more than they mire cotnptllcd loSt Louis IostDispntch Mi Dlngley humus evidently found the wnr tax to be the working member of the revenue family That Is why he IIs unwilling to change It nut thereby force alterations In his1 tariff measure that will lower the profits of the manu fact urn by putting additional importI duties Into Uncle Sums treasury St Louis Republic 1h people nay expert the com lug two years to witncuf n striking in crease in the activity of the trusts The way monopoly stocks jumped up on change the day after election showed the estimate put by the benellciarlesof the trusts upon the value to their nock els of the transfer of complete govern partnN Y Journal The persistent and heavily In creased deficit sluice the Dlngley law Itwtnt Into operation shows its failure as a revenue producer while large ex ports of domestic manufactures under selling the foreigners In their own markets demonstrate the absurdity of Its protective features In short the protectionist theory has been exploded as a political lIssue It is dead ns a door nnilN Y Herald IIScllntor llanna In nn Interview said that the tariff would hove to be re wised to meet existing conditions be cause under the present t n rUwc are not deriving enough revenue to support to government Dingleyism Is thus virtually discredited by the one man more than any other responsible for its existence It is a confession that the red publican party Is starting out tostral its way in the democratic position of a tariff for revenue onlStLollls Ue public AN ADMIRER OF WOMEN A Slntrlmonlal nCI nttr Who Got More Enamored with Each Subsequent Wife I was riding along the road leading Hurricane sap in theI Pine mountainacross range thinking ot the peculiar People who lived in these fastnesses when 1 was startled by a voice up the topside calling to me to come up and give somebody a lift I had no idea who owned the voice but whoever it was was in trouble and Ire sponded and found n man of 60 or more aught by the foot under a fallen tree and unable to get away lIe wasnt hurt and I soon had him on his feet and he insisted down the mountainjn my stopping further and taking dinner with him He lived in a ivell kept cabin with his daughter and after dinner we sat in the shade of a tree m the yard and he told me about himself Air you married he asked after he told me he was a widower No but 1 hope to be some day Inn iwercd quite sincerely You ought to be every man ought to he a man that aint aint hovin a right feelin tonls what the Lords done fcr him their aint nothin on the face uv Gods green earth that iis a patchin to a woman 1 dont keel what kind she is Youre little and hearty yet I Mid and I dont nee why you don t take sonic of your own advice Dont crowd the mourners mister he said waving his hand as if warding off my nttackont you crowd the mourners Im tipgcrin en scverl this very minuteII and I aint quite shore yit which pick Ive been married four times and every time my notion uv women has got so much higher that Ill be denied cf I dont kinder look forrerd to losin a wife jilt fer the satisfaction uv gittin another uric The idea was so entirely new that I was overcome by it Washington Star Her G- n1IFor a week not slept nn hour 1 tll tithe 1 have used upon my bed night titter night only to arise weary and de pressed in the morningsi I cannot emit I conk and co and am weighed down with one alljnrvulins thought It is with inc in my waking hours It is with me in my dreams youMariothat IrolllolIlII Yrs Youre afraid there may be another mil lor then and youll have to go ami tight An hour afterward he was still walking round in a circle anil wondering whether she really me ut it or not Chicago Kvcning News ConfcMNlnn of n Millionaire A millionaire eon fc SMI the secret of his sucCSK in two words hartl work He said he put in t his lite in gaming dollars iiiul luringlitaItll and nuts he was putting in the other half in spending dollars to get larkl health Nothing equals Hostel lers Stotnaih litters for restoring health to the oytitirrd Imily anti limit It gets at tho starting poini the stomach anil overcomes nervousness sleeplessness dyspepsia and indigestion MtnniuNM 1crnniilfliMl Dill I understand you to sty that dross you aibniroil KI miiLh today was a dream Y inquired Mr Smokehart- Vjs answered leis wife hopefully ICcil ho proiioileil very kindly you keep your 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1If ComestL- e krlea Today llle Chosen Motion JSi r godlWIint llieuld Century Icnvea Behind ChrUtliinlty Is 8ltr cnil I nir- r04 Copyright ISSS of Dr aiturges preparation for stirring events I e text I Chronicles 1232 The children hatj what Israel ought to do Great tribe thnt tribe of Issachar S men Jonb took the census there were W 145600 of them Before the almanac t was born through astrological study they knew from stellar conjunction Betwere skilled in the raising of crps Before politics became a science tthey knew the temper of nations and whetI ever they marched either for pleasure or war they marched under a three t colored I1ngtopnz sardine and wr f buncle Hut the chidlcharacteri tt ic IhlltltltJflike the political hind moral incompe tents of our lilyWlm are trying to guide 1SOS by the theories of IS8fL Inl1llatlonstE we ought to understand the times no Z 1lcnlodeZc coast but the times when the nation dips one hand In the ocean on one p hll1tI i 1Inik arrnws Golden Horn of tIe Pacific within one flash of electro ulegrnphjEj tires when God is as di rtctly as positively ns solemnly 01 tremendously addressing us throughI the dally newspaper and the quick revolution of events ns he ever ad dressed the nnclents or addresses us p through the Holy Scriptures Th voice of God In Providence is ns im typologyfarr Aunighttpand Calvaries of sacrifice and Gethstin ants Ithat sweat great drops of blood and Olivets of accnslon and Mount Piujrnhs of fur reurhing vision Flic i Lord who rounded this world Oivn years no and rent his Son to redeem I neAr lOnn years ago has yet much tolol ptaarttnyf Issnchnr which were men that hllIunderstanding of the tires to know wine Israel oucrht to doII The grave of this century will soon be dug Thecradleof anothereentnry will I loon be rocked There Is something moving this way out of the eternities I Kmiethlng that thrills me bin nelaes me appalls inc exhilarates nit enraptures me It will wreathe the orange blov sums for millions of weddings It willI I btnt i the dirge for millions of obse qules It will carry the gilded ban ners of brightest mornings and 1he Mack flags of darkest midnights ThlIworld will play the gratin march of Its heroes and sound the rogues march ofr Its 1 runyhaltt I the procession led by that lender moves steadily on mil will span lie here It I drjI l If- i vtlcnine It The twentieth century ofr y 1tblChrltlalllra What may we expect of It and how shallve prepare for it are Hie motiieu tills questions i propose now to discuss As In families human nativity is an tlclpatcd bull sanctity amid kindli hopefulnessJi hopefullypreFare i centuryThecentury must i the twentieth on its arrivalI as the r I r niurhentltwrecks of two revolutions and the su I Petitions of age Around its cradle tine armed assassin of old world Winnies the reign of terror be luenthing Hs horrors Kobesplerre r Plotting his diabolism the Jacobin i club with its wholesale mnssnerc the guillotine chopping its behcadmentsThe greatgunsWagram sinInpilet but the quietness theslaveln Mivnges try their scalping knives lifted The of exhausted anti poverty Ftruck people of America sweating under the debt of W000ooo which the revolutionaryscar had left them Washington just to VernonbereaveuentAaronchumplon eorulng soon after vice president The B ernment of the United States only an experiment most of the phlloso Pliers and statesmen and governmentsof the earth prophesying it would be a t W1rncer1 failure Xo poor foundling i aMansionV up j atLanattdts1 h t I went had taken stJourneyhaving bet nformed in 1789 and notlonslaughed ROcrnlllentattempts to wa alone The birthday of O rm crturfOurIfCaptIConsu theFrenchatLInsurgente cmtofes were drowned In theroar of naval battle And politicalI strife hattertheellhother with1 pantherlne presetofIt century was vltuper lit lon public unrest threat of national demolition nninteruatiutulIe twentieth century be met in tint nwful way but with nil brightness of tempo rnl nnd religious prospects blest let us put upon the cradle of the oricTheJ too maim barbarisms nnd red with too man slaughters and pole with too many to f ferlngs Let ut see to it tint on thin map so tar nrfromunllncnthchllolll colleges churches and good homes in OCilllIlllIchmaCubap nunbeI Ippines must he free If cruel Spni intrigntoI slIrrtllltrtlltlltnJ a and Brooklyn and Texas anti Vesuvius 1turd Oregon must be sent buck ts to southern Winters or across to the const cf Spain to silence the Insolence ns ircldedly ns Inst summer they silenced the Cristobal Colon and Oquemlo md Maria Teresa and Vizeayn When a C get those islands thoroughly under our protectorate for the first time our missionaries In Chinn will be safe The atrocities Imposed on those good men nnd women in the cocalled Floweryt Kingdom will never be resumed for our guns toil be too nenr Hong IionF to nl low the massacre of missionary settle meats On that map must he put the Isthmian canal begun if not completed No long voyages around Cape Horn for the worlds merchandise hot short nndii cheap communication by water insteadI of expensive communication bymlI trn uamid more millions will bendled1I to our national wealth nnd the worlds betterment than I have capacity local culatc On the map which we will put on the cradle on the new century we mustl have very soon n railroad bridge acros Bering strait those 15 mills of water not deep and they art spotted ivtht Islands capable of holding the piers of a great bridge And what with A me fen anti Asia thus connected and SiI IIberlan railway and a railroad now projected for the length of Africa tad Palestine nnd Persia and India and China hind Burma intersected with railt read tracks nil of which will be dtl before the new century is grown tipI the way will be open to till quick ei t i illation hind evangelization of the whole world The old map we used II study In our boyish days Is dusty nni J1 on tin top shell or amid the rubbish of the garret and so will the present IIInlI of the world however gilded rand hisU tlfully bound be treated and an fii 1 rely new neap will be put Into the Infantile hand of the coming century I The work of this century has oeuti a get ready All the earth is now free II lo the Gospel except two little spot J in leis anti one in Africa while at tit beginning of tic century fiery I stood the Chinese wall and there tlnimt the tires and there glittered the nwimU that forbade entrance lo ninny i lnndn mad large ranches of continent Ior I nesiaii cruelties and Iljl Island ennui balism Lute given way mad nil tic gate of the continents urn swung open with a clout that lull been a positive I end glorious Invitation for Christina itv lo enter Telegraph telephone and Ili phonograph are to be consecrated to v Gospel dissemination mud instead ol the cadre that gains the attention ul I II left hundred or a few thousand JMO pie within the thatch walls the tele graphI will thrill time glad tidings and the telephone will utter them to mall millions Oh the Infinite advantage that the twentieth century has over what the nineteenth century hind nt the I starting 1 In preparation for this coming pen tury we have time In the IntrrvenliiK I decisive strokes itsomeyears to give evils that curse the seven or eight great theI world It would bean tissnult seal It I I upon time coming century bj his century if we alloxved the full blow present evils to fall upon the future We ought somehow to cripple or minify some of these abominations Ilea holism Is today triumphant and are we let the ell devouring monster toat has throttled this century fcle upon the next without first having filled Ms accursed hide with stinging arrows 1 cnoffh to weaken nnd stagger hnni We have wasted about 25 years How J1SfI the tote of time land to prohlhlllntoxl r- cnnts we host none little to quench the thirst of appetite In tie palate andI tthole generation Where- t of ntongue enthusiastic meetandore time public 1IIfngst1 a young and middle aged and old lb strong drink is poisonous and dlUHI ing2 When will we learn that we muit pmdillIke passed or if passed will not be exe cuted God grant that nil state and national legislatures may build u p an Impassable well shutting out tile alcoholic abomination nut while we wait for that let us in our homes in our schools nnd our churches mil on our platforms nod In our newspapers per until the Jpople to stop taking alco holic stimulant unless prescribed by physicians and then persuade phvv clans not to prescribe It If In nil the lo minions of therapeutics there may oe remedyOhof today an greet the toning century with n tidy l wave of national redemption I Do put upon the cradle of time twentieth century a mountain of demijohns min d beer toItllBI murder and abandonment in solutionI Aye reform that army of inebriates dunllfe mtIn the work Oe of little faithi Away back in early times resident IDa dJwis of Princeton college one day found n man in utter despair because of the I brail of strong drink The president said to him Sir be of 1good cheer You can be saved Sign the pledge ohaiel tilt despairing victim nhave often signed the pledge but I have always broken my pledge limit l said the president I will he your strength to keep the pledge I will bc your friend and with n loving artaround you will hold you up When your appetite burns mud you feel that you must gratify it come to my house Sit down with me In the study or with the family In the parlor and I will hc a shield to you All tint 1 can do for you with my hoops my sympathy my experience my society my lover my money I will do You shell forget your appetite and master It A look of hope glowed on the pour mans face mud lie rtplled Sir will you do all thlll1 Surely 1 will then I Iwill over klptIIsaved one man tried on a large hcalc will save n million men Alexander the Great mode an Im Aerial banquet at Habylon and though he had been drinking the 11cnhho guests all one night and all the next 1rny the second night he had 3D guests nnd he titanic the health of each sep arately Then calling for the cup a Hercules time glint n monster cup he filled and drankI It twice to show hisI endurance but ah he finished the last draught from tin cup of Hercules the ginnt lit drcpped in a tit from w hlch he never rtcotered Alexander who had1 conquered Sardis and conquered llali caruassus and conquered Asia and con gutted the world could not conqueri himself and there is a threatening peril that this good land of ours hawing conquered all with whom It has ever gone Into bottle ma1t be over ofethe land that Hercules of infamy strong drink Do not let the staggering rnd bloated and cam brute1 host of drunkards go Into the next century looking for insane asylums mill alms houses nail delirium mmcns and tits honored grates There are thousands of married peo Iple who nrc unhappy and they oughtt clcIwent foos or theywd rccniighl by dim ple or hung by a tort or married Ini joke or cHCled a fortune mid it didI not corer or good habits turned InI brutality and lietii the ulIlIIIIIII wreck lint make iHvoni lets ciixv mad you innke the human raw more cau tious reboot entering upon lifetime nlIlianec Let 1people um Tf liirnl that iiuirriNp It not an ncionniinilnlloii I train that will holl h HIIItI1 nny I wherc hot a throne h train and then they will nut step on tLr titiin uulrss- Ihr I expect to go clear through to IhI IIllIhrr yonder Capitol hill could olicr a teen lotion upon the subject of divorce that could keep out of the next century much of the fret lovlsm and clUfolnti ores which have cursed I hi century J Another thing that we need to IltIfixed up before the clock sbaL strike I 1uu that night centennial tnmiltoiii is the expulsion of war by the power 01I arbitration Within the next three I years we ought to have fIIullI hope will hoer what mlflit be called n jury of nations wilichliholl render verdict on I all CUll trowerttd International ques tons All civilized nations ore rIlIcIII for it Great Hritain with a standingr artyof 210000 men prance with n standing army of SSOOOO men Ocr motywith a standing armyof 000000 I men Kussla with n standing army 01t 000000 men Kuropc with standing armies of about 3600000 men the United States proposing a standing army of 100000 men What a gloriousi Idea that of disarmament What an emancipation of nations and centuries t The czar of Russia last summer pro it in world resounding manifesto What an Inspiring and Heaven descending through In quarters the czars manifesto was treated with derision and we were told hat he + n4 not In earnest when he it I know personally that he did It Six yearn ago he expressed to yiLl at x Jet me the same theory In his palace at Peterhof he thin bring on the way to the throne not yet having reached lIt Ills father Alexander III then on th throne expressed to me In his palace the some sentiments of pence and his wife the then empress with lean In her eyes sold In reply to my remarks Your majesty there will never be an other great war between Christian iii lions Ah I hope there never will belI If there should ever be another grc war I am sure it will not start from 1h palace Whnt n boon to the world if Hues end Germany nud ICnglandl and the United States could safely disband nil their standing armies amid dismantle gundI tlwould be saved and more than tins t ntWiwt a complete cessation of human slaughter Whnt nn improvement of the morals of nations What nn ndop lion of that higher and better manifesto which was set to music nud let day from the midnight heavens of HetMc hem ages regal The world has got to come to this Why not make it the peroration of the nineteenth century 7 Are we going to make n present to the twentieth century of reeking hospital- and dying armies and hrudsphcrl- graveyards Do you want the hoofs of other cavalry horses on the breasts of fallen men 1 Do you want other har guIn you sky glnr Ing with conflagration of other home steads Ah this nineteenth century has seen enough of war Make the tie termination tint no othrrcrnhlryshn I I be blasted with It Will it not be 1grand If on the tires day of the twentieth century the lust willI nnd testament of the nineteenth ecu tury shall be opened anti it shall be found to rend In the name of God canto I the dying century do mnke this my last will wad testament I give and bequeath to my heir the twentieth century peace of nations swords which I direct to be beaten Iota plowshares and spears which must be turned Into pruning hooks nrmorlc to be changed iota hchoolhoutcs nndI fortresses to be rebuilt Into churches and I order that greater honors be putI on those who have life than upon those who lestroy It And If amid the mil versa pence now attained those two stolfI bunded together extemporle n police force to wipe those countries off the sI twlprft In arithmetic This last willII sign1 and seal and deliver on the list day of De cember In the year of our Lord 1010 nil the clvilled nation of earth and nil the glorified nations of Heaven witness ing limit what we do ns Individuals ni churches as nations ns continents we iiiusl do very soon If we want the trans Itlon front century to century to be u worthy transition for I hear the triiin pets oflhenpproachingcentnrymurudtim- eclalterntg hoof of the host It lends on It funs been n custom In mull Christian lands for people to keep watch night ns an old year goes out and a new your conies In People assemble In churches about ten oclock of that lust nigh of the old year and they have prayers and songs and sermonsaud congratulations until the hands of the church clock al most reach the figure 12 nile then nilI bow In silent prayer nerd Ithe scene III mightily Impressive until the clock In the tower of the church or the clock In the tower of the city hull strike 12Icured thin nil rise nnd sing with smiling fare and jubilant voice the grand toxIdingy and there Isn slinking of hllntlaI nil nround limit what a tremendous watch night the world Is soon to celebrate ThllIcentury will depart at 12 oclock of tIleI 100III print I It will be such n sight risyoti tlllliII I never saw Those who watched the coming in of the nineteenth century long itgo went to their pillows of dust Here and there one will see time newIcentury nrrive who sow this celltllrII yet theyWier too Infantile to 1IllreII elate the arrival Hut on the wulchII night of whfah I rpcnk in all neighbor hoods and tcwns and cities anti cOlltlII nests audiences will assemble mud bowI In prayer waiting fur time last breath of the dying century and when the clock shall strike 12 there will be a so lemnlty and nn overwhelming owe luchIas have not been felt for 100 years Idfthen all the people will arise and chnnttthe welcome of n new century of joy and j sorrow of triumph and defeat of bopplt ness nnd woe and neighborhood willtshake hnnds with neighborhood I1ndII church with church und city with city and continent with continent and hemisphere with hemisphere and earth with Heaven nt the stupendous departure and the majestic arrival May we nil be living on cnrth to see the solemnities nnd join In the songs and A shake hnnds In the congratulations of Tirol watch night ot if between this tine thnt anyof us should be off and a1nII maywe bo Inhabitants of that land where i thousand years tits as onCJ day and in the presence of tiat angel spoken of In the Apocalypse who at UIOr end of Uie world will standing with oneII toot on the sea and the other foot on the land swear by Him lint llvcth forever and ever hat time shall be BC longer f Jo A LITTL WOH JIINSI Degree of Misfortune = He ivas fort tuntitely left un orphan at an early nge Fortunately Yen before that he was tin only childlotrolJournal You look dreadfully battered how IK tint Wife has been pelting me- a wouldntIJudylayou love you le been taking my meoh- la there every Sunday for time post tux months and she Ktlll has to oak me haty 1 take my tenCldcago Dally SewsTalk about u mosquito only llvlrfl- il 24 hours fiercely exclnlma thn Young- rs Iconoclast 1 know one thnt has beck haunting this house nix mouths null It old enough to cut tecthlChicago 1 Kvenlng Post y Mamma when youre away from homo an wont to go hack awfully hots- a belli homesick aint t1 Yes dear Riot Is It when n tellers sick of say In nt homo nn woofs to go ilaGAtY Chicago Tribune A man Ikin fohglt his manner nn1 git along foh awhile said Uncle Kbon gllsocneglccta bow to do In uvitublc nn den hues In trouble situ nuir Washington Star Ma glut rate The assault you hove committed on your poor young wife Iis u must brutal ono Do you know of any reason why 1 should not send you to prison 1 1rlNonur If you do your honeymoon1ILight mud IrrSmlthWhllt lkind of btiNlncbH Is Brown engaged InV IOIlCHllIcumntle 1 think Smith Pneumatic Why 1 never heard of ti business like that Smith = WeilI whatever it is hes running it on wind Chicago Dally JtccardIALMOST WON AN HEIRESS tlio 1 Irnordlnnry IiupoMure 1mo Iced Upon n Illoh Yutinu tlcxlvnii Ulrl After for months Impersonating a lend fiance and having thereby nil but succeeded In wedding an helrcNH of tlio Mexican capital n liandwomo and oily rlll1lbllohiliI countryAsgirl hind In Infancy been betrothed to u buyof about her own ageshu son of her fathcru old friend who lived in a distant province Some months ago the young woman bring then of youngfeilomvfathers mansion In the Cltof Mexico mud introduced himself us her fiance AH n matter of fact ho wan n native of San Luis Potosl wlieru his father con ducts a Hinall businesH lie had plenty of money though where ho obtained it recentlyIrcuInto jmsMcssloii of certain documents belonging to a frontier family which had once been of great note Through Ilicnc documents the pretender learned that it had been time intention of list frontier family and another wealthy family of the City of Mexico to effect i matrimonial alliance A young man belonging to the frontlet family won 10 marry a young lady belonging to Ithe wealthy and prominent family of the capital Hut the young people had never met timid tIOllllg girl hail never Mt cycH even on n photograph of her Intended husband Subsequent cveittH Interfered with these family projects The frontier famUy full from iU high position and thu young men iilmscli died When the young adventurer learned of this history a plan occurred to him for replenishing Ids pocket This plutt was no other than the Impersonation of till dead youth from thu frontier Ho learned all he could nbout the family history of the frontier people and ho presented himself to the family In the capital trod by telling them plausible Morten positively succeeded In impOK lUg upon thorn Put what trnKOf more importance than anything else he won his way to the heart of the young lady 11 IH probablu that tin unrrlagc would actually have conic oft land not some friends of the fondly iicnnl of the plot noel presented proof positive to the young ladyn family that her nltorwa an Impostor An BOOH an he wan thus unmasked he the best of his way from the of his Imposture nndla believed have eroded Into the United State The girls father lugs declined to prose him not coring to drag his daugh H name into court Chicago Chron Iclc Jllnldnr wllh imtrirs The sport of hawking la still largely practiced although it has tensed to be the fanlilonnblu amimcment that it once war in Kngland anti western Europe recent writer on the subject ehowi tint an UBtcninhlngly large number of blrd an trained for thin port vary Ing In Hlxo from n merlin to nn eagle Kaglcn arc employed In Turkestan and partn of the Illusion empire Among the animals hunted with the of these powerful birds arc the roe a and the wolfYoutba Com f panion Ii Cruelty Another Is butanotheroixpressionot cowardice L AW Bulletin rf r wbat Shall We Do A serious and dangerous disease prc = yUa iii thin country dangerous Ixcauso iII dectfiitive It coulee on so slowly yet y Wjroly thnf it ii often fiimly watcd be sere we are aw ro of Jt7 The name of this disease which nifty be divided into threo dlitfnct stngw is t- ti Hint Kidney trouble Indicated by pain jnthe buck rheumatism lumbago Ire k quoin doslro to urlnato often with a burning sensation tho flow of urlno be ing copiouft or scant with strong odor Jf snowed to advance this reaches the Second atnge or Uladdor trouble with heavy pain ID tho abdomen low down j between the navel and water passage increasing desire to urinate with scalding sensation Iin passing snail quantities being passed with difficulty hi inolimcn necewMiry to draw it with instruments If uric add or gravel hits formed it will i provo dangerous If neglected 1 The Third stage i14 Url lnI Disease Whore is comfort in knowing that Dr Kilmer tho great kidney antiI Madder npeclulist IIIH discovered Hontcdy fnni ous for its marvelous cures of tho most distressing cars avid known as Dr Kil mers Swamn Root It is sold by nil druggists As a proof of the wonderful virtues of tho great discovery Swim p Hoot a ramplo Ixittlo and hookuf valuable in i formation will bo sent absolutely free by until on application to Dr Khmer tC Co lUtiplininptoti N Y When writing a kindly mention that you road this liberal offer in TIIK HmtGuKix HKKAID OAMPTON CURRENCY David Hogg nail W F Klklns ton former well known and highly honored citizens of Campion who went to seek their fortunes in tho West several f years ago have been In our town and community during the last three weeks visiting their relatives and friends who fire almost as numerous M tho spuds of soa Mr FIcigu now lives at Wallville Chickasaw Notion Indian Territory nod Mr Kikins lives near Stonewall in saute nation and territory Quito a colony of lelltlloklnllllmlgrnllInllho scone time that Messrs Kikins and Hog did but nearly nil of them have returned save lliom They are in a line farming coon P try well satisfied living bountifully making m m y IlilellhAn that while they love llu brown heath nod ahnqgy woodof thoir nntivo land and tint there are many ties that will ever bind them to their curly homo among tho vineclnd lulls nud towering mountains Eftatern Kentuckytt theysay they have visited It for the laat time Their friends hart went all gUd to tea them I rome sad to too thorn Itnvc endI nil with ono one accord unite in wishing them much hnpplneif mid abundam last prim crlty in tho homo of thoir adoption OlHIoholllnt this plate opened Inn u arm 111 with an enrollment of over 100 They now havo nn enrollment mind regu Inr attendance of about I2f Santo fac ulty as last term Many young ladies and gentlemen from other comities are in I hl1Itnlll1I Thosuhool is hawing a steady healthy grtmth mid with tho co operation of the citizens of Campton mid judicious man ngcmunt it can coats 1m made to rvnch lreIItI1It1 tills section of time State Much of tho I KltfKCM of time nchwol is to bo attributed to unUrlntf CILrlll of Prof Uiiliop lie I lies left n t hint itftUntiQ that would tend to prlnle tlio iutrant of the ecb01- Hi tt K 01111 bee bfrn in the work i It I htii all that Industry en uiet irilI Iapplleatlon to busia eau cotill have noe lip denervw much CK Ut fr Jii fuufullntm and efllelettey NJiiI i i Km luw been tune by all his mtgoutimks in the oundttet anti tuMiRge room of the school which fuel Is nt tested by the high IptduitllIt wm In which they are hull by all time natrons of tho ohool- Kcv y 11 O Moore of time M K Onttrclt South of Onmptou which also Ittoludos U ntty vlllo hiis just returned from ht liomo at London Ky Ho ill just recov ring from n very severe attack of la grippe which prevented his tilling his last appointment lucre Ho WAS still ciontly recovered to preach at his church on Sunday last Tho pooplo of the Campton Circuit Art fortunate indeed in securing the services of such a man nnd they should appreciate him and thoy do Ho Jis n man of scholarly attain ments n profound thinker 1 logical in this course tend by Its happy combination of Ids powers both natural and acquired IIP from the start caplivatos his audi 4ence und holds them ns it wore spellbound in breathless silence until bo I close Ho addresses tho intellect and Ills words are always attended ly tho power of tho Spirit Hov S11 Peoples and wife have been in our midst for several days post vis hing their ninny friends of Campion t Mr Peeplcs is now located at Jackson u r y t as pastor of the JE church South at that place and wo wale glad to learn that they wero delighted with their new situation anti that tho prospects ore fair j Of much goodfor the accomplishment this year in tho new field of labor Hens I pastor hero last year and during his I stay hero he by his devotion to dillI and tho course in which ho was engaged his cmcinplary life his abilities and Ills kindness nnd sociability so endeared him tclf to the people of Campton call vicin Itthl1t it woe with much regret on their part that ho wits taken away from them I by the conference and their return to our midst If only for a short visit is over hailed with pleasure and delight Come again I There isI now in progress in this place 11 protracted meeting conducted by Rev Oevedon of Morgan County assistedI ItevIldrkerof snore place ltevIyher of this place and others which has 11111tt continued for about ton daym1Ir Gevcdon has been preaching a series of able sermons Ho has boon having nil time while largo and appreciative audi ences notwithstanding time unfavorable news of the weather There has been as yet but little outdoor or visible rnunifW tation of the work of grace in tho hearts of the people but the good seed is being own which will no doubt in duo sea son bring forth an abundant harvest Tho meeting is to continuo though tho present week W T Tolson of the 4th Kentucky reg intent was in town last week lie hud in custody a young Mr Adkins who was a deserter from the regiment He carries him back to IIllalt with as the law requiresI iK S Congleton of Canmrgo Mont gomery County is the guest of his son 111 Congleton of this pillceI MUs Maud L Day daughter of Col IJl1 Day of Ueattyvillo is visitingi friends and relatives Miss Sallie llieronymu of Leo Countv iis visitingI her shier Mrf George W ntlhllH OIl Circuit Court begins this morning and many courtiers mire already arrived A Sru uiBiu La Qrippo Succosslnlly Treated I11110 just recovered from the see 11II1I111I1ICtof In grippe this year says Joues publisher of the Lender Mexiti Texas In the latter caw I used hainhirlnins Cough IKem 111111111I think with considerable mie l tII only being in bell a little over two dtys against ten slaysI former at tack The I111111 atii Ilicd would have been equally us bad IH the first but for the use of this remedy as I had to go to bed in about six hours after being Struck with it while in the lirxt oaso I Iteas able to attend to htnineH about two days before getting down For alo by 11 Taylor Day Specific for Grippe Tho Vood funl Sun publishes the fol lowing to As the grippe Is abroad in town anti country IreadI you Dr l eslio 1Eo ICeeleys prescription which 1 1lUt from a palter year ago jest after 1 plat over a savory iiiitllof grippe I have tried it IIhnce and it acted like n eharmiI wouldl like to suggest a Itrentmeir for grippe which I know Iin nearly specific as sell- as ioitoornu IIt Iin atuply aiwfanidn given infonrgrniti pills one pill four time a day Ii ir every three hours No mint need btt sick of grippe these days who will take it For the Ipast two years with all the paticutM here Kceley cure for druiikeuncw cubjcct of dmrne to such epidemic I have nut lied ono man gal to bed from grippe I1 break it up and I cute it If thimi trtitnient u gemrally known it would save suHtrern much ex pBiuo anti wrttchednrs mind many use fun aid valuablo lives arhtoLalimo Cincinnati Live Stuck Ktjcord of Friday gives the following as tho brit prices for thAt day ltet prhte for cattle Ii 10 Top price for calves 700 Top price of lwmtvyhogs 3SO light SOO Sheep brought 100 The above wore actual sales but IIt shouldl bo borne in mind that thoy repre sent time heel of their des on the market that Jay TUB 1 HIUAII will ouch week give the but sale+ of tho beldam before which Iis alone worth the pries of the paper NOW iis the time to subscribe ITotho Public IWe arc authorized to guarantee every bottle of ClmmlttM Iains Cough Remedy and if not satisfactory to refund time money to tho purchaser Tliero is no better nmedicino iiimln niiiln for In itrlrtm colds and whooping rough Trice 26 TaylorDayc- i a Very often you clcalro to know what constitutes a car load Well paato uric in your lint and you will find an answer handy It in 70 barrels of salt 09 of flour GO of wlii kv 100 sacks of flour 10 cords of wood IS to 20 head of cattle CO to GO head of hogs 90 to 100 tread of sheep 5000 feet of boards 17000 feet of siding 10000 feet of flooring 42000 shingles one bnif less of joists scantling lId other Inrgo timbers 360 bushels ofII wheat GOO ofcorn 100 bushels of 1515 of flux seed 200 of apples MO of Irish potatoes and i000 of bran === y1i irC- erti 1 Epaf M j1 n D c 1 the leadiShliesI cf America g 20 VuiiS 111 OHIO 230000 Cur- edWECURESTRKTURE J E 1 ViiHlj fera r 1 c1Il ell- tnennrIrhhl1ni11tli I i iliiii Iluty I iincjti iuiii ly ilicy miy Isrt MiiMff lair OIllhll film II tuetis1 triu clmri cutiingliUSntliutt Iiglili clmrKO illtllculiy in Cinuui ir vink Irlall etsiloU and ell tw nqlnm of nrrvoiM dclillitjt ihcy livi tat Illl TiMlK Dont let doctor I rrcthnriilrI you l II split FtrctctiirK rr tottir you Thlnrill ii tcureymin iiwlllir tnrn Uur MiV1 MlilllUl VitlvAT AIKNT uluotln the ftilcturc lectio 1lencorcnuvcithortrlchnupermanently It can novcr rrttini No pain norilTui inp 111 tint ntdlml from bulncrr liy mfr UIOtIIUL lhorexulIergnnltrotsenrth piuil Tim ncr + c nro liiviitorutvil nil lliolpssu minlKKxl return WE CURE GLEET inia t lif young nnllIIhhtlnr1 mn nro Itavlnc their rcsual tisr mill vitality contiinmlly rnrrrd lby tills die on o Flies nro frequently iincitiMinna of IIhnrtmiwrttheotvmiqtomr liiicrn r riino + I nnitnrnl l icchnr M Knil Li Mantmoil NcrvotincM imr iu y t r ors Irritnlillity nt tiinr nartuiFen- J ilion Siinkin Vyt with darktmr Vuik hark ietirril PIaicI if AtnliltioTi Vnii io Mirinitin Part cte tiiiir nvl iTIMffltK 1atrarlrIstlilrCt iniyli thnreilKOtuii iN lii f lino Jci Cim iiiuo in r- Iheo fllOhit dI C1ftldt nllaw- tt Onnulltto otCritic ten r n Cllilit Jj II elycfIIl 1 I t r ff i cvr Wi mfiij Cr it i Itx I rlre 1 11 11I Irlk a tS GU ji TEEJ fi Vo tront rn1s 111InS OIFItjT I itillsEP r1 III 11itlIIt IsenlIaNM ITATION Vri ItuuKS FHVK If iintMn h oil riitp fir HMSTIOV DlANK ir 110MH 11 i it117 U TE t t rriliDY 1 tIFnGfF f U Cu mTH S iwCT- II Zl ttfI ICIb1kAi i 0- I GIVSTgTHANf1G laOO 1 IlI V 1 I I f Ci i I 3O Dnv TricilTIrn i u i w ixirlsl I lv tny 1llllrlt11o11 Nod A19dtn4t ini ce4 uu to oitr it I s IIt1rlll IIM II tp IMVH Trim mi cprUlii nnil that It wtlhlIIt I TOllltnIthu 111itini tin ir udprtuent oral rom lilI r tlii- KMclikMty It I UIHI uiHt IMIIVT mi mrtb IN tin MHHI rurrixit pat li a nnil foirn milt lui tor Kr It l f IHIi roIIIIIIIIL KarnK iney Tn nM l- Itiuy IV n1htII lik t Ni rn Yitmi Alld I atI4wCd r Jritt t3 17AV uilOnddoontlllallltNodMwnsdIertIrwruNi l prOf MlolllfAtt4DYTAlnvorttr MlclJ i iBe ROSE DAVIS TllK1 l BlkIIJisIflitisAND t1agoigakeis Have no time to write an ad this week but desire to announce that they are still at the oldI j andIvilling i do any work in their line for cash or prompt j paying customers indebtlIm l ed to the firm will please be toIcall and settle at once as we need money to run our business and must have what is due us ts payour own debts rw n v A e w ivi t- tt A= J TJ I =j =t J= == = J tc v r t7p- ttt fift INTIN ai2m E t ENVELOPES Ir NOTEHEADS A- f t BILLHEADS f LETTERHEADS CR d SALEBILLS t PROGRAMS CIRCULARSOil CATALOGSO ENl MINUTES r c c I TS We have Three Fast Pressesalea Power Paper Cutter and 40 Yearssail t Comt 1you want PRINTING come and see i us Respectfully c I SPENCER COOPERiliRiJ I1i p0U IJo 1i1 1 IIl i I I Ke tcknIFEED STArJlES S0L1- I I RtI have opuntni m Tinilll tutu food Steblr null trill klop on hump plenty of fed 11111 lre1IorlcrIiIUre11Hillaii 4 U G ON I P V1 k oiaJt o ii y t rrBati II S IMPR- ca IIISDp 0aTDEOK lt AIM fir t Ito coiiveiiieiuc and n com tnodatlon of guest of tlio Duv Jlottse ot llsxcl Gireo and L Irk Hfltel sit Torrent I have opened nearby two flrttrliss livery Itsslftblei where I will keep l tvi s Middle botsea and hacks for hire at nil tissues Per RermD sons winking a vehicle to mitt thi at- NoCausy ran tflcj hnne me told hUff nnr t desired vehicle or saddle hot p l1TaI will ales have a full autply of hacks for hits to drummers which Mill be in s time- urart Ut rectal Unvera anti Tor which they eau contract bv the dayfor silly length Of I Tha leaf lVreoMs lntenlliag to rlit l1r MUll SwauRO Springs will be trt ot either Dl lflii McCwMwy orTnrtent with team and driver and I will hare pleasure In IhlpDNEping miter fur them whenever deoirvil lIr3p nTnd Swango water relit anl free on ice smith tap for nests nt L fart hotel c TAILORbias bias c 8D0TSlio o 2 I oy Ogc11+ Feg KYTnag sal Ke1uoy I r sra m iMtis NTs xoxi nrr Tin OLD AND IKMAIHK c OMIANIE t1 3 1t Cannot nOorc1 to Insure without neclii him issues the most W111f11I11I1 house policy1 in existence Hi will furnish uny who contraipUle1 I lKhvcnnK to cost front o0 to SJ500 with plans and pet ifientlons freefig11Ii n k STORED MANHOOJNCnLr fotrSaidU rw 1 = Nt tlh falTh Irntrempi for nffTUS rnttrntlnnnriallnerroordtj VautbluiEtJlenlnlwnf It oCan 1 eumpllon OfrTiCXIt With ollry Ifl OrdcrWOI Ireawrlttrnlt IIIOIt I atenrJOB PRINTING AT THIS OFFICE Ji t