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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u l t- if u 9 1 E HAZEatabllshod March EL4 1885 GREEN H c RALEL r le rim f A 1 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continentb Max OR eUy if The Oldest Most PopularrJ Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper In the Kentucky Mountains 1OQ AYEAR i 1URTEENTH Y1AR HAZlnJ GnmEN i WOLIIB COUNTY KLNrUCKY TIIURSD11 11iA1CII 16 18fl NIrn1y n i iaRri R n DRY GOODS COMPANY WORTKUS AND DKALEKS ix TrCr Gt ttit h J 1I AND NOT ONS- LOUISVILLE KY khrence J Taylor Day Hnxcl Green GREEN SQiUS WHOLESALE oofCJ C3Ta 1h 151 H25 W MAIN STUEKT sxLL1E Kr1 IENDEL GOSLING co I JOBBERS IN IS CAPS STRAW GOODS j Gloves Umbrellas 7 and 620 VV Main St- LOUISVILLE KY J JLSftutlIeworlfl CO i J HAXtTFACTrUEUS AD JOIUUUIS O- FKrTCLOTHING I J West Main Street 1 LOUISVILLE KY TI DB I PantIs DITOK COATS t ackiio lnid to be Superior to nay produced Sits uuiirantceii us marked k SOLD BY J TAYTOll DAY HAZEL GREEN KY L ROBINSON NORTON CO i LOUISVILLE KY d e UUfI ESOLD 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me I also the gravesThere n1l81AIIIIAnd there wns mother place 01 which I ton will tell To where I took a streetcar ride Where the crazy people dwell We passedalong the graveled wolk Ip to those buildings tnll Andall I seen was neat anti clean In sitting room stairway und hull And ns 1 cast a wandering glance Oer nil the persons near Tor they were there III numbers great I thought What brought them here And passing throngh nil upper room Our guide called to n man Who came to us and smilingly Gave each of us his hand And do you know inn then IIIISk And so did my brother too Ho looked nt ns quite ciisuntly And then Oh yes he said IItIll Another place chance to set That does much for human kind The Illusiness College M it was For tlM raining of time mind 1 would advise nil those who wish To learn bookkeeping or shortltamid To address lr if Itll Jones Who they sup is u guiitlt iimn Put besides the things Ive mentioned There was another sight IIseen Twtas Indies spinning round on wheels lTpon those sheen tit elean I w ta in mane pluce of merelmndise Where lolki go III to trade And in emh phtct WIts an honest face And Imrgiiins ready made Those show windows were ion lovely This was in Christmas time Old Snubs toys on either silo Were pretty and very hncv While there I had n pleasant time Hut I did not go to stay Arid as five weeks were nearly gone Ithought Id runic away Im not n bit of n poetess I will tell you now in time lint in writing up my visit It seemed to come in rhyme Vow if you think this worth printing Kind Editor will you print it lr not to the wastebasket let it drop And please dont never hint it IllAXlKS SW FIN EY Maytown Ky When You Have n Bad Cold This remedy Is intended especially for cough colds croup whooping cough and influenza It has become famous jfor itH cures of these diseases over n largo part of the civilized world The most flattering testimonials have been received giving accounts of its good works of time aggravating and persistent coughs it has cured of severe colds thnt hnvo yielded promptly to its soothing effect and of the dangerous attacks of croup it hati cured often saving tho life of the child The extensive use of it for whooping cough has shown that It robs that disease of all dangerous con sequences Sold hy J T lny Truths American Artists series is undoubtedly one of the most attractive features of the magazine thelm article is devoted to the work of ono of our lending painters and id fully illustrated both in color and black and white by reproductions from his painting This is the first work of tho kind that has been attempted by any magazine The color illustrations are reproduced direct- I ly from the original pictures and fellow them closely in every detail Na black and white reproduction could possibly impression of theconvey so perfectly an artists work lt M IOon Rev J T Hawkins at Christian Churcb Communicated HcfInning on Friday the 17th of Feb Lexlngton sermons I place in the Christian church Ho preached in all 17 sermons at time church anti gave H number of hide talks during the chapel services at the academy Ev cry sermon was replete with the true gospel story and was food for thouht for both saint and sinner Tho main object of time meeting was to have the Bible preached truly mid simply without creed theory or mans opinion This Mr Hawkins did but in n spirit of love and deep sincerity The true Bible doe trines were emphasized and false doc trines were placed just where they boo long Hut the church andI the world1 need more such preaching and touching nod less oCII mouth religion as ho ex pressed it lie gave prominence to the fact that time preachers business IsII to preach tho wordnod not to preachI feelings or experience the latter being simply a personal matter between sell Mud God Such sermons can not fail to accomplish good wherever preached They are fIII1e opcners and condemn many sn culled doctrines of modern enthusiasts May wo bo blessed by many such seasons of refreshing and1 1 showers of blessings for they bring us to a more careful studying of Gods word lliiT sermons wero heartily and1 fully endorsed by both tho minister of the church mad the congregation and nil would gladly hear hint again at any time if he could return to Hazel Green WMI 11 Conn Tho Laborer 13 Worthy Ills Hiro Thankful to the people of this and time surrounding community for their lilxruli paironago MIICO I have been a practicing physician at IHazel Green I wish to say tothoe who have paint mo that I am ready to answer any or all professional plesisurinnever pnid me anything I dosiretosay that I will take it as a special favor iif mayhilli clan for I cannot all mrd to practice for yondontfor my sake and the sake of my children dont Vend after me With respect to nil- NicitulmA 0 M IX Subscribes for Six Months SAIIIVI INn2 27 ill KyDearl SOc for Tnt lliniAlnI one year Ilvaso send us a copy of last week IIls8Il Yours W C SMITH The sgbscription price for soma time past has been 1 per year but wo place your name on the list for six months Owing to the dangerous illness of tho editor this is time first paper published sluice January 19 Hence wo can not send you lust weeks I have been alllictcd with rheumatism for fourteen years and nothing seemed to give any relief I was able to be around nilI the time but constantly suf fering I had tried everything I could hear of and nt last was told to try Cham berlains Pain Halm which I did and was immediately relieved and in a short tints cured 1strut happy to say that it has not since returned Joan EIHIAH Gcrtnantown Cal For eale by JJ T Day Bought a Farm in Jessamine Gardner Jones of Hedges has bought 180 acres of land in Jessamine county about four miles from Nicholasville ami will muss there next week Mr Jones is one of the best citizens of time county and his ninny friends regret to see him leave Winchester Sun Mr Jones WillS formerly n merchant of this place and his son Will married n 1511of our town Miss Honnie ICaith who has been visiting here since January She left for her Jcsainino home Friday week llcv E Edwards pastor of the Eng- lispl Baptist Church at Mincrsvlllc Pn when suffering with rheumatism was advised to try Chamberlains Pain Halm He says 1A few applications of this liniment proved of great service to mo It subdued the inflammation and ro Bored tho pain Should any sufferer profit by giving Pain Balm a trial it will I please me For sale by J T Day IIt I r GENERAL NEWS Approprlntionsby tho Fiftyfifth con gress aggregate 1600000000 President McKinley will seek n much needed rest in time pine woods of Georgia A largo tobacco company In Winston N C iIs substituting white for coloredJ labor Great Britain nnd Ireland intro 22f Odfl acres of land devoted to tho cultiva ttion of fruit Gen Otis will make a go eral forward movement on the insurgents nt Manila in about two weeks John Gilbert has been arrested at En terprise Kan charged with tho murder of his wife mill four children Gen Hrooko will propose tho forma I tion of a colonial militia in Cuba under direction of American officers Near Colina Ind Miss Mary Lloyd i dying of spinal meningitis contracted j by kissing the lips of n dead friend A chair which Lincoln had used in his moats was sold nt auction in New York for 270 to the Lincoln Club o Chicago A big potato famine is threatened Deniers in New York and Chicago nro offering from 70c toIl per bushel by tho 1car load Cuban newspapers urge tho unlives t turn banditti because time Iftiitcd States is giving the island an economical gov ernment William Morrison an 18 yenr ohi ap prentice in a Huston printing office humus fallen heir to SJOOuOOOO by the death of an undo in California Imo army beef enquiry court at Wash ington concluded examination of wltncs SCH and will now go to packing huuso centers for additional information Gen Gome has reported to Gen HrooVo tint tho Culmii army numbcm JVXK men which U 10000 loss than time number reported by tho Cuban As sembly Boston wool dealers UfO considerably excited over tho prospect of tho cum bined woolen mills of tho country buy ing their nnpplies of wool direct from the growers William F Iliclinnh of English lad owns n brood sow which dropped litter of M pigs recently the fifth litter in three yens altogether flu pigs every one of which was reared The Isabella mine in Colorado which Is now turning out free gold nt thousands of dollars n ton was once owned by a boy of 10 Robert Moonvyham who gave it to his uncle Daniel Throlkcld There sire about 1SOO sunny reinforce ments on tho WilY to Manila making as rapid progress ns possible mind there nro nearly 7000 additional I troops under or tiers to proceed to the Philippines Thin dead hotly of H E Earls n bro ther of tho famous engineer James B- Ends who built tho great St Louis steel bridge which bears his name was found in a cabin near lingo Gulch Montana Ho was 70 years old nllllllvcdnlollo During tho past three weeks 12 people have been killed and 111 seriously injured by explosions of gs in tho Indiana gas belt nUll property amounting to 300 000 destroyed Hunting for gas leaks with lighted snatches caused most of tho explosions The gunboats Princeton and Cnstino aro now on their way from tho Red Ben to join Admiral Dewey and the Oregon is traveling through time Pacific to the same destination These vessels will add to the naval force nt Manila 69 officers 739 men and Rl marines Tho first initaltmont of reindeer belonging to tho United Stole reached Dawson City in time Klonklke January C Tho last days run was CO miles Largo numbers of tho reindeer are said to have been slaughtered by the Indiansi who mistook thom for wild game HOODS Snrsapnrilln lit tho Ono Purifier Great Ncrvoi J Tonic Stomach Itegulntor To thousands ItS great merit KNOWN 1YP i t Jo THE STATE BOARD OF BEAL1Bi r Sr Urges All Kentucky Cities and Town A to Take Prompt Action to Pre vent Spread of Smallpox The state board of health has sent out Itthe following circular of precautions against smallpox t Omen or STATB HOAHDOK HEALTH IlOVVLtXO GmmxRY1To tho Officials Physicians and People of Kentucky Smallpox has been cpidcmio lei the mining regions of Alabama for tho peat two years and trout this center of infec tion directly or indirectly repented ea rlous nnd expensive outbreaks have oc curred in Kentucky Recently about forty cases have devel oped in Louisville ono nt Covington 8Ullrclous c Lion in Ohio county The disease alsoI exists in Cincinnati Indianapolis and railroadsconnection with many Kentucky towns So far time disease has been almost exclu sively confined to negroes n largo part of this rare being unprotected by vacci wimitcofcannot long hoped for if it continues to spread as nearly a third of the white people of time state are else unprotected Under these circumstances It Is tboIduty of this board to warn our officials and people of tho necessity of prompt outbreaksoFortunately tho prevention of this dis ease Is mi certain timid safe as it is cheap mad easy Vaccination nnd revaccina tion properly dono with reliable virus is n sure preventive amid is entirely frco from danger It should always bo Bono by a competent physician with clean hands and instruments at three points an inch apart on a well cleaned arm should ho allowed to dry thoroughly before tho sleeve ii drawn down amid should ho carefully protected from rubbing or other Injury until time sore tins entirely healed Tho board advises that ouch cltllnel town nt once pass and enforce a compul sory vaccination ordinance beggintiing with time colored race hut reaching every body that an isolation hospital und suitable grounds for its location bo sc cured in advance j time visiting nnd strange negroes bj hunted out vaccin muted surd kept under observation and specially that physicians practicing among negroes bo advised as to tho dllli cully of recognizing mild cases of small pox in this race and of tho Importance overyIIlIbtfulJIad Madison Boll Knox Whltloyi Laurel und Jackson counties taken these precautions when advUcd to do so last year thousands of dollars would ImvcI tdrlag Y Utica with traffic mid travel Under out laws this expense must bo met by thoascounties and cities affected and It pan I only bo avoided or tnndu light by propertt preparation before n caso appears Quarantine against places infected s with smallpox the first resort of unpretpared communities do much harm InOj t reIn nil np time real work to be done and If rigidly enforced are much snore ex pensive than the simple precautions ad iJvlMuch quarantine can bo established le 14ft gaily without tho consent of this boardfand this consent will not be given unless u tho circumstances nro very exceptional li alwaybe w Louisville Vaccination from time arm 1 of n child known to be healthy Is equally reliable This hoard holds itself In readiness to aid local boards to the full extent of Iu powers but little outside aid will bo needed If each community will intelli gently prepare to take care of itself J M JfATTHKWB f 31 D Prc J N McCoiiMiCK Sec In iHy different nations Query day In thoweek Is set apart for public brhlpiSunday by tho Christians Monday by tho J recks Tuesday by tho Persian Wednesday by the Assyrians Thursdays t by the Egyptians Friday by the Turk t and Saturday by the Jews Old paper 2Qc A hundred 4 4 + ti i rt t lr I u 0 fJ tCt av k tV t THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Publisher HAZEL GREEN ZII KY x WHEN SORROW CAME rWhen sorrow come I did not look For any visitor that day hut In beside the Inglonook She slipped In calm familiar way As one a door and privileged guest Who pushes wide n door ajar bind seeking only friendly rest Alta down where all tho kindred are And first surprised I scarcely knew A word to greet tho stranger taco There crept a numbing shadow through Tho brightness of my duroUIng place 80 dumb her lips so veiled her eyes 80 chili tho hand In mlnoiihe laid Tho sunshine vanished from tho skies And In tho cloud I knelt ifraid nut sorrow stayed until I heard In that bushed Bllcnco round her drawn Voices more sweet than song ot bird Tho tender tones of loved ones gone And floating from thn silvern shore Whereon tho ransomed walk serene Camo wafts of fragrance blown before Tho angels fu they hither lean Then swift transflgurwl sorrow turned Her look was wonderful to see My very soul within mo burned For Love In sorrow died for me And Love appoints my sorrow still And nacnuncntal cups are inured Where I and sorrow If mod will Meet and hold tryst with my dear Lord Margaret E Sangstcr In Congregation allstAn Army Wife BY CAPTAIN CHARLES KING Copyrighted lice by PTennyson Neetyl SYNOPSIS Chapter I Fnnnlo Mclnnr a young widow Is Invited to visit tho Orations at Fort Scdgwlck llor sister trios to Ills made her OH llaiulolph Morrlam whom sho hall illicit for old Mclnnc and his bride uro ntatloncd thorn Chapter II Fuunlo McLnnoa wedding milieu family feeling A few months later she whllu traveling with her husband meets Mcrrlam on his wedding trip Chapter III 801110 tlmo previous to this tertian hud sumo on It government stir vey fallen 111 anti had trn nursed by Mrs Tretnalno and daughter Florence A hasty lioto from Mrs MeLaiica stepson takes him to the plains Chapter IV Young SIcUuio dictates to Merriam n dying nusngt which Is sort lo Parry a young Chicago lawyer mill lirotherlnlnw of Mrs MiLam Ileply cniiaes Mcrrtuni to swoon He Is taken to the Tremalnes calls for Florence Chapter V Kngugement of Florence Treinnlno io Merrlnm Is announced wed ding shortly follows Chapter iIMr Mclnno Is mysteriously shot In Ran Fmnrlnro Morrlum Is greatly excited when ho read + account In papers While Rtlll In mourning Mrs Mc Lane prepuris to visit Pert ScdKwlrk Chapter VIIMtn McLano arrives ixt tho fort Merriam In tnrlhllnt tho sews mitt he and his wife absent themselves from tho formal hop that evening Chapter yellMr and Mrs Merriam pay their respects to tho widow on nn evening when she would be sure to have many other caller When tho call Is returned Mcrrlam IIn away and his wife pleads lllnr s an excusu for not seeing her Mr Mcl nne receives telegram Ar resteJ Chicago Your uncle trllkIJnll-arnlt You will ho mimmcmtl Secure papers otherwise loco everything C M dttllrtiltyChapter gobutnext noon Merriamhasstorm of passion will not allow him to rx iinterceptedbyOrations yard Florence witnesses tho I meeting which she supposes has boon pre arranged Chapter XIMrs McLanc beg 1I Merriam for papers jflvon him by her Atcpson but Which ho tells her were all forwarded to s Parry Merriam Is seriously wounded In fight with greasers Chapter XII Florence In her deep dU nightforGrafton next morning learns of Florences Might Chapter XIII Meantime rioting strikers at Cimarron Junction had got wind of the coming of troops and hud sought to block tho way by wrecking a freight caboose In Calomos Gorge Kveryuno knew trouble would end the moment the Miners got to the scene of tho strike but what might happen In the meantime CHAlTKIl XIII CoNTlNUKl Something had happened On one of the passenger trains blockaded beyond Clinurrou was a Chicago lawyer of most active uitiul and being n Chicagoan of no little experience with mMicsof the kind and this gentleman had tired message after mcsagc to Lieut Han dolph Merriam ut Scdgwlck null Anally demanded reason for that oflleerK sil fence Whatll I do with this here slrl mild McGnith coming flnnlly into the adjutants office Theres three mes tinges lucre for Mr Merrlam urgent ones too nail finally the winder asks why he dont reply Say that Mr Merriam is still away After Mexican murderers and wo ex Beet kim any minute Ask If any other ofllcer will do Hclloi Whats that x orderly he broke oil at the sound of hoot bents and excited voids without- A trooper entered dust covered and vtNiry to make his brief report Cnpt Orafvon darting in Just in time for the newsLieut Mcrrinms wounded sir nn his horse killed and ran the doctor go back with mel My God thought Grafton ere he spoke aloud Is there to be no cull to the calamities of this day Hepress lug his own eagerness he waited Iri stern cfdlsclpllne while the adjutantIi 1- 1r went quickly Into details as was his business in striving to learn the extent nod nature of Mcrrlams wounds then the colonel being over home turned for advice to Grafton Only our contract doctor left he said The others are oft with the lUflers orIn chase Hurriedly he wrote a few lines to Euxton and then turned to McGrath Tell Cnpt Grafton about these mes sages for Mr Merriam will you said he and captain will you phase at tend to that while I look to lands rev lief Thank God they didnt kill him he added as he went noisily out What in heavens name did IhL ton expect hint to do anyhow Have you a right to say what is wanted of Mr Merriam and whom these are from asked Grafton of the operator I couldnt nay a word sir ordi narily but I believe theyll never blame mo now Its a Mr Edward Parry and ho begs Mr Merriam who can get through to conic up beyond Cimarron to hint on important business his trains blockaded by strikers live me a blank said Grafton fJulcJdill think I partially understand the case and these were the words that were wired at one oclock to time eager lawyer on the waiting train Merriam wounded In affair with ban dits this morning miles from post Mrs McLano Is still under my roof Command my services OKOItGn anAFTOX Captain Then Grafton followed the trail of the adjutant went straightway to Iluxton who was tithing his noonday siesta and hated to be disturbed at suet a time and was trusty as could be expected when naked permission by Capt Graf ton to ride out and meet the wounded otlleer tic Hew into a tantrum iI My God sir Xo sir Am I to sent ter my medical stall to the four winds lth Brady std Corcoran past praying for here and then have my troop lead ers scattering tool The Lord only knows whats going to happen before we get through with this lay and now Merrlums shot and otherwise injured old nil on account of those beggarly greasers No sir Not another mnn goes out till were rounded up those al ready afield Capt Grafton turned without n wvomY of remonstrance with his usual grave salute From there he went to see that Merrlnms home was In readiness and then to his wife who rend tidings of now disaster in his troubled eyes Oh George she cried Will this dreadful day never end The servants pay Merrlams shunt and mortally wounded and that the liners are wrecked at Calamas Gorge Mcrrinm is shot and not mortally wounded dear and the Hitlers refused to be wrecked at Calamus Gorge Where Is Mrs MeLane hits she heard Dozing placidly in her roomtoo much shaken to conic downstnirs today Had her entice and her luncheon in bed and I gave Annette positive or ders to let her know nothing about Florence and she hasnt Hut presently whet shin dresses for the alternoon and comes down and hears about Jfcin tI1 What thou Stillhfllplng Is she asked Grnf ton Ignoring for n moment the ques tion as to what might happen when their guest awoke nod heard the news Yet 1 think you said site was greatly excited after getting that second dis patch mad hnd been dreadfully nerv ous She certainly was for some hours and you know site walked and tossed last night after she came upstairs Then she seemed to fall Into n deep sleep mill Annette said she could hardly I arouse her for her coffee this morn ing Grafton tugged at his mustache and gave himself over to deep thought n few minutes Mrs Grafton noxiously watching his face Well said he starting up and as It were shaking himself together let her have her sleep out I fancy more news is on tho road 1 know her lawyer is Why Mr Parryher brotherin luwt The very same Harriet and his train Is sidetracked by strikers tulles above Cimarron There are three ills patches from him for Randy now Mrs Grafton was silent a moment nn she stood by his side looking up Into his thoughtful face ns though seeking there the solution of the questions that puzzled her Then dusting away with her linger tips some Hakes of cigar ashes that tiling to the breast of the captains undress coat site ventured There lire two things 1 cant under ntnnd If hes her lawyer why he should bo wiring to Randy and tint to her anti why it is the strikers dont cut the wires if they want to cut off nil busi nessIlls broad brown hand patted caressingly the taper white lingers toying bout the little toggle of his watch chain ns he looked down into her nut louts upturned face Ills letters to Fun have been unan swcrcd and he probablyl expects her to Pityns little attention to his dispatches As for the wires they are more neces nary to the strikers in their combina tions than to anybody else otherwise theyd hive cut them long lllfOuh here comes our messenger now AntI sure enough the orderly trumpeter cane trotting up the steps the usual brown envelope in his hand Mrs Grafton eagerly watched her husband as ho rend I thought BO said he looking quietly up litaad- that and handed her the dispatch To Capt Oration Fort Sedgwick Thanks for your courtesy Shocked to hear of Morrlama mishap Mrs McLane should have met mo In Denver three day ago Must be ready moment road opens EDWARD PARItY Three hours later just as the ladies and children began to appear In their fresh afternoon toilets and their baby carriages and nurses were in force along tho gravel walk anti the band was as sembling for Its dally concert on the parade n vision of womanly lovcJlness albeit garbed in somber black carte smilingly down the stairs at Uraftou and rustling out to shower gracious welcome on the little group of ladies and officers on the front piazza Some of the men were seated Whlttaker and Mlnturn notably being nearest the door others sunning themselves out along the fence while the ladies occupied their catmup chairs or the steps ns best pleased their fancy Graftons was always a popular rendezvous on the car airy side and today the assembly was more numerous than usual nnd anybody but Fanny MeLane could not have failed to note how deep was the shadow that overspread every face hew somber and mirthless the tenor of the talk In tent only on charming she came trippingly forth bestowing a white hand on the redstriped Minturn who was prompt to seize it and smiles unit nods timid chirrups upon everybody The men who hind risen and doffed their caps did not retake their seats for a trumpeter was sounding a stable call and Whltta her murmured with telling effect You newer come now until you know we have to go and there was a slow and somewhat reluctant start the rival subs hanging on to the last Grnfton usually the promptest of troop lenders went ns fur as his gate only and there stub in a low tone to his own subaltern Tell Col Huxtoii I am detained a few minutes on important personal busl ness nnd let the group go sauntering out into the sunshine without him The band was gaylyI crashing through the spirited measures of the Liberty Hell Mnj Freeman straddling down the row in chase of the troop officers glanced up and stalled and waved his hand The Hitlers put n head on that Cim- arron strike in short order didnt they snld he Tho news has Just come trains running tomorrow Out on the sunlit mesa a mile away a dust little cortege came slowly wcnrl r1 t11l Xanlon mo one mlnuU Mn McLimo ly trooping homoward hearing a wounded olllccr to the longedfor shelter of his home and Grafton with fitill another of those fateful brown en velopes iu hula hand bent over nod in terrupted the lovely widow In the midst of her animated chat with the ladies from next door Iardon me one minute Mm Me Lane he said Some rather urgent dispatches canto while you were sleep ing and this has just reached me It you cnn spare a moment to glance over them I will have the answers sent Suppose we step Inside It was wonderful with what sudden ness gladness anti gayety would vanish from her eyes leaving there only a hunted haggard look so too iu the lines about thr sensitive mouth yet the soft ereamj tint of the fair skin re mnincd unchanged ns did the gentle color Mutely she arose anti followed him and the parlor being in the shade and too nenr the party on the porch he led on to the bright diningroom whose windows commanded n view of the sunshiny mesa There he turned Mr Parry wires me that he had expected you iu Denver three days ago anti that your affairs demand that you should go thither the moment the road is open which will be tomorrow lie snys he has vainly tried to get an answer to his letters to you and that no reply conic to hit dispatches Can I he of any service Mrs MeLane This seems most urgent and pardon me I believe It my duty to point out to you that your friends ire rendered power less by your own neglect to act I did try she faltered I had to lice Mr Merriam She made n piteous picture looking up there Into his stern soldierly face limit pardon me again I cannot sec knowing nothing of the nature of this litigation what Mr Merriam Chas to do with It Is his testimony necessary Is that why Mr Parry has been urging him nil tiny to come up to rimarron1 liehe toolie has ten wiring for Handy 1 she falioicd her eyes big with some new dread Did he go Has he gone lie couldnt go Mrs MeLane lie 5 r nu MDt in pursuit of Hexfeam rtlldau- last night nnd wo shot and severely wounded In the fight qtls morning Look Theyre bringing him In now And for the second time within the week Fanny MeLane went senseless In a second n limp nUll nerveless heap upon tho floor They had to carry her to her room and Grafton was the bur den hearer nnd then moving laid her upon her bed nod while the women were bustling about with the usual restoratives he stopped one moment be fore her profusely littered toilet table A little ease half hidden among the tufjw unerringly caught his eye lie took It touched the spring gave one quick glttuoe at the dainty delicate in ctruiucuts and phials inside and rev placed it with the quiet remarkiil thought so CHAlTKU XIV nut Grafton had graver work ahead and it was close at hand Punctilious soldier that he was he would leave no loophole for the possible criticism of a superior Hurriedly writing n few lines to Col Huxton notifying him that the wagon bringing Mereinni was now close to the garrison and that ns arranged between them he would meet it at the gate he sent the note by his servant and hastened up the row to the angle formed by the south and west fronts where an opening had been left in tho fence for the convenience of riding parties and It was through this gap that poor Untidy was presently trundled and then down along the line to his own doorway Hy this time tHie pain In his strained anti stiffened leg was Intense while the arm hurriedlyI hut sktllfaiiy dressed when far afield was troubling him but little Ills one thought all Jie way hind been for Florence He bud In sisted on scribbling her a little note bey fore they reached the Santa Clara just to tell he was nil right tlliat there was nothing to worry about and all ke needed was a few days of her nursing The docor gave It to one of the nun and gravely bade him ride ahead until give It to Mrs Merriam and the trooper hrvJ duly handed It in at the door where Hop Ling received it with his customary grin timid stowed it away on the mantel in the now deserted parlor where notes and cards had generally beets displayed for the eyes of the young I mistressAnd ns they neared the Uamiliar spot poor JSiindy would sit ap It would sewer do to conic before her eyes prostrated as though sorely Matt Any thing to spare her needless shock oi1 worry He even essayed a KomSjovuler how are you old man us he caught sight of Grafton nnd tried a snlle and n wave of his hand to the Indies who ap peared on the southernmost porch of the Infantry lines Why you look ns though youd bad a worse tussle than I captain Lc laughed painfully as he held cut his hand How Is Florence It hasttt holmfrsShes been a gotwl deal troubled ot grnil11buthiltround all right I think How lire you old mnu1 You did have a ride outnloottIJeto be seen here and there along the sympatheticallyto no feminine form was visible on the piazza of his lit tlc home imrgetlthe soPiegottolet him know anything Already the anxious young physician hnd beets told that Mrs Merriam was probably 60 miles away and his soul wns wrung at the thought of what thnt would mean to hb patient Yes lie youfndoorsIlandyGadforgiveIng how anxious clslestwekeptherurl looking out for her Sites not to ho allowed ketyoutlfixedixeItaynewe have to be of hernow nnd really old boy she oughtnt to see you tin youre washed and dressed You look tough untidy And though the face he longed to sec ns they bore him up the steps was nmllet and miles away Merriam stilled hisovru thnnkrdthenI Graftonthoughtful etyou old boy he gasped for pain WLa longsighliftedfromspare room But that sighs was a faint whisper an hreatbtlmtdownInnntllloppe his streaming forehead fro nu CONTINUED omclnlWesternpointing to train bsherlffDoIlchwrobbed roadPassenger T14tsoor IUPUfa tendentN Y Weekly 1 k r SCHOOL AND CHURCH iI 01Thereapplicant recent pulpit vacancy in a i pinI Baptist churche pha a Jvdsl fUChristianriittoredtl rJIJcrsu slatlaaiItand outstations with COS paid luau pull l1elpcrsUn Tal- lherc 11 t tallInI lollanmiedanhm as the result of the work of the Dutch focietllsII t I 1 The Bible society In Austrlnnun- I Sl circnlatcd by sale In lSU7 more than dalSOOOO copies of the rOUtbeyou Two Methodist bishops John pit I Hurst and C C McCabe havi justsA- SdtlAtnericaiWashingtonIn cIllS ItU dents in Harvard were church l- lIatnblrsate church member In Yale tWotifthsAad b oufourfifths1 I fourfifthsKxGov Flower recently sent 100 to time Salvation Army When jokingly asked if he meant to enroll under Gen Broths banner Mr Flower plied Xo sir hut 1 do hlunUeoT great Christian army and I dont care what ling they march under so long as they are bound to the cross According to statistics published in Berlin it would seem that suicide I nlmnlngI 1 y 1KK7 and 1F07 107 school children tin lit dcr IS yours of age committed suicide ollt i 3111 being boys mud 75 girls Whether ili or not the stringent school system the ftatlm necessity of eonstiint application mdfithon almost complete absence of outdoor let I exercise Tins anything to do with thisll So not statttlmenTHE ETERNAL RIVERSbrow blackinNoel unit Aliovo IOIIK IxeIIdl1Illltl tula1lflusightI Writing from Biilkur on tlcl Lena longt Dltn under date August SO lli rr Shil of br log who is in command of tin expedi turn lion sent from Sweden to roan Ii torso Flit dree gives nn account of some extreme liosma 1 ly interesting observations on the age chug of the liver Lena proel He say that having followed the coultl Ewer Bulkur a tributaryof tic Lena with to a height of JVO meters siO feet to thou n fertile slope lie was surprised to find the lLi the brit of a rivulet emptying itself own into the Bulkur n log of nuclei t drift had + cod Further investigation showed tUlt that masses of driftwood IICJl051t tnou fd there A storm prevented extended fll observation He returned subsequent h1lJJ Ily and on examining a enscad iormed chan by the rivulet he noticed ceriin pe hut culiarities of the ravine eat ly the soma water haul On closer examination I found ta Fa my astonishment that the layer under blue iiiath this surface soil the thickness ot imul which varied between three feet timid 44 like feet consisted of pure lee having s It cat dark blue color like steel v ith no knot marks of strata or corny masses which of tl characterize the ice in glaciers egon lu Spitsbergen The thickness of this shoe layer of ice I was not able to ascertain was further than to the depth of nine fee littb In the layer of earth above this ire At which I later on observed on several try 1 spots in this place the driftwood was for t buried in large quantities evidently de UIll posited by the liver Lena in those re bledI irate tunes when it flowed more than set 200 meters 050 feet above the present Itet bed Am How ninny tens of hundreds maybe to d thousands of centuries haw elnpseJ trop since that remote tine It is impossible shut to calculate But the fact lima the gl J grntie river since tint time removed said eiurse about 12 or 15 kilometers east tiro ward cutting its way through n moun rose thin about 300 meters nearly 1000 teetgUI high or even more may give some idea tt of the lengthof this period belt This kiwi of pure lee underneath the let soil which thus plays the part of solid 1 rock and therefore very fitly ins been tlOI called stone ice1 hurts been as is well ppy known discovered on New Siberian is 11 Irnds and on certain places on the con lira trent near the Polar rea limit J do not for kiow that it hits been discover I More Id In any place at so great an altitude ti above the sea as In the nhonultntlonedar spot ores It is also n well lnmown inct thatgreo remnants of the mammoth the rhin p oeeros and other extinct animals or nnlfoalrinls now living in southern holttllltsalare found in the soil deposited above the TLt stone letfillA thorough investigation would per the hips bring to light interesting finds of btti that kind even in the place discoveredito by me In any case there is no doubtipr whatever that systematic h1cstlgatloMlikt and surveys of t hese regions wruld con tint tribute largely to the solution of L7astiv ten ctevaitio questions of greatest inter b- ntlltIondon Cironicletit1 Teacher CanCnrrlthaanyone ton meaning of tBingo 1 i yuh have to have when yuh catch aa tar chicken Puck q1em Often Come to tiava 3 Heliows arc not boxers ettber often come to blows Chicago DU1 1 Days tij r N r 5 i SING A SONG j p XIon1iiIfR a sons QB you co alott wrongtal stoutIwll laugh r1t ttarstate overreluctant cheers i ttheaorl denies when n coward criesCtl f the man who bravely tries NitiOulll 1lcceNS with u IIltle ong- Um 11ulhsing the song us you go along IloasI tool shlg n song us you plod along ItI rjull ulil I catch find thestruhm osthetgladtefrlalnus rulrieriaml the skyloU stare will come out by and by 1cull make ncw frluds till hoi o do sctuds ary from wllere the placid rntnbow bends i u i caI1Z01lJornllttlcllolIg- ta oftrroulIslnl thu sung an you plod along tf roull sing a sons as you trudgu along F youlltee that the biiieltn will nuke you jutsstrong load and tho rugged road beAed the itng and tho stripe ot the tortuous goad al1oatstuTUt lezn mote are Jhat the world Is bad when you are sad th glallSTaut all you ncellis n H0 sons unItyoull sing the song us you trudge along Philadelphia Telegraph O to gly IICeti aeToo G16V6F DlJ Halt Ii care gu By David ICor ha y1drbli4lbd4111d414G414dtilyl ride lagii rOND12U goes Antonio to try his een I luck again ll- UA ills luck will be something to boast ride of If It brings him back alive her Ulght Pletro Rune but n young the ftatherpate like him would venture out and with that white cloud in the sky1udo- or Jtt1t is a pity for he is a fine lad too sila So muttered a grout of Italian fisher men who were standing with their browu hauls arched over their keen black eyes watching the progress of I olltnunder the shadjyvof the coming storm There hail been a long and Kurd nights work for all the men who bey ens longed to the qucerlit tie ulustor of huts all of broken stout or driftwood which ed funned the village of Sun Curio n Their master the prince of Monte 1110 Itosto was about to marry his only age daughter to a Sicilian count and had proclaimed that any lishcrman who the could bring him a goodsized turbot na without which no Italian dinner was I to thought complete in those days for lad the wedding feast should name his ell own price for it Hut although they itt had Ohcd industriouslyI from sunset veil till dawn no one had been lucky ilt enough to secure the p1i c- Jellflred as they were the fishermen nt had no thought of giving in for such a led chance of proilt did nut conic every diy 10 Hut u little after sunrise they espied the something which made them ieurry homeward like a flock of scared sheep tJ Fur in the distance the clear brighter blue of the sky was marred bymimic ofmull round white cloud very much 1ty like a jmtV cf smoke from the mouth of S a caution and the experienced seamen no knew only too well the fatal forerunner enof the white squall flyingdayoungest Iln was standing boldly out to sea in hi e little hunt all alone t Antonio had indeed good reason to 111 try his utmost fur the promised reward uilghtIeprecious t ble him to buy himself anew boat and u to tct of new nets which he very much nt Ucdcd And so on the chance of being able be to 2o this he was now running II risk cuurudcsdeI ihtankHes fortheWolfsTcetiiis thIt huge black pointed rods which n rose gauntly up out of the sea close t- olgUhett about live miles from the shore a M he can get right in between them Wore I eseilpcispooraalotberlII answered a womans voice Pjyingly Then mate a dead silence while all racettheeuhirlwiudIj The little white cloud that had 1itarued them was now spreading fast itttow darker and darkerFar out to seaward n line of white loam wus seen dying over the gloomy t Uaters arrowCJ fearfulI t andtI wblDda huge rock for shelter when all i around was dark us night and the- I iI beuchIaethetatwQptofachargiillead HHU5 fromIbewnvesNhent AntoaieI goneIoorladl iJattUtn compas Ifonately his coups of being too veu toresotpe I onptauriuskt LIup motherNkedI women LP To that question there lras no replyThe group melted by oneInuy one Ttvo hjecledOwetcr the Oe andrushingI I SifoalTeethItsI ttlsaISIJIeWuvlugI WellcOlUrlll1e Antoniofromsoulethdugmimore WolfaleelhAnd he ponderinggazeU ever sects Wasnt that worth wetjacketI trfuulphaatIsay that UIOM roeks are a good 1place to fish just nftei a squall Now Im uptou o mineI bighacsspoutI wellforwordIIlellui once up the hill on the summit of which the dark gray battlements of tin hUlemildomain of Monte Kosso lied moun tain tools It5 name The mill was steep the way dusty nut giltlntuniosbled hair added to his tattered red shirt and have feet made him anything but a presentable figure for a drawing room So evidently thought the hurl hall porter who eyed him from mead u foot with n must supercilious sneer What do you want snapped ht We dont allow beggars here- I am not a beggar replied Antonio as quietly as he could 1 bring lib highness the turbol that he ordered Show it to me It is for the prince not for you said our hero somewhat roughly for his hot Italian blood was beginning ti hull at the lackeys Insolence Fellow roared the porter do you know to whom you speak Do you suppose that I will stiller any Impertinenci from a barefooted Hsh scraper Metier be n barefooted llshserapci than an overfed yard dog retorted An tonio And as for impertinence II would advise you out to otter too muclI of it to me- There was somethinir in the youn g fishcnnalrVlook and tulle to say noth lung of the broadbladed knife in hh girdle which made the Clustering bill start back as if he had been stung ami look round Instinctively for support You neednt be so violent grunililei 1 he if you have business with his high ness Im quite ready to admit you lOt since you wont touch a penny 01 his money unless I do I think Its only fair that I should have a halfshare 01 it You a halfshare in what lye riskei1 IdmySOOIlIr But just then a thought struck hlni which cheeped his anger and brcughit a mischievous twinkle into his brlghi eyes You drive n hard bargain said he but I suppose theres no help for It I call to witness St Antonio my patror saint that whatever I get for this fish you shall have your fair halt of It Good said the porter I knowyoti darent break that pledge Here Curio take this fellow inside urd carry tin lifli to Ids tightness In speaking thus the worthy pork was counting upon Antonios being paid and sent away without more lido limit the prince was so delighted at get ting his turbot after all that he called into the hatthe young llsherman up cony where he was sitting with hit guests and bade him name hi own Iprice Mv price said Antonio Is u hun dred blows of a whip 011 my bare houl dens Arc you malt cried the prince staring Nut I Ive named my price timid I stick to i- t1ellctieIl Monte KOESO wishing to humor time supposed joke so be it Tie him up grooms but strike gently He was obeyed but at time fiftieth stroke Antonio called out Hold I have a partner And who Is the partner in this hopeful venture laughed time prince Your own porter who madr me promise him a halt share of whatsoever I gut 1 nd he shall have Itll declared the iiriucc Drag him hither grooms and lay on as if you were threshing corn Hut the grooms needed no urging to pay the porter for all his insolence and the courtyard echoed with his yells Meanwhile the prince awarded Antonio with a hundred gold crowns and prom- Ised that the knavish porter should be jismisscd forthwith but Antonio who was not the man to be hard on a fallen enemy Interceded for him and begged him ofT this time rascal said Ill spare you the prince to the rolling and roaring but beware how you offend porter again You think yourself very clever d 10 doubt but this time youve been too clever by half himself was of much And the porter Golden Days the same opinion A WISE HERO n Wanted the Mncnilno flights De fore He Did Any Charging on the Enemy 05111clYdecline huhSiryouknowi subordination refusetoKOThe rOIl11n1thatstorming the hill and capturing time fort louldberanged were executed the whole cane hillhttlloil from the main body and wiped out of existence captaincould ItHcrnotIIle wax the only man who could do it with the force at Ills command What was to be done The colonel Atlaststeadof ordering him Think man think of the glory that you urgedI plied Well for heavens sake tint you want to be a hero Think of iti The entire hut tint I youI nm anxious to be come a hero but positively refuse to do it until you drive all those lon lollllcntw hack and keep them oil time field 1 pro- page if I do this business to retain the sole magazine rights on it Im not going 1o do a heroic thing and then let somebody Itel upSocaptain is now living in luxury aunt win IllnClec1anllLeatierLeaderOmilttlnila of n IlNNlmlxt After n man huts proved that he knows coumbshisA woman who never weeps iis of no more handleIti cuemytuna11who hesitates is lot if he has written any letters committing himself treat expectations have made an idler of many a man with good stuff in him oftenforgetthllllCIland The WorlilH Supply of VIicnt An English expert prophesies a universal dearth in the wheat supply He claims that the wheat producing will in unequal to the strain that will lie put upon it Iliven now ampleIthousands die because disordered stout uclis fail to properly assimilate the food they take Hostellers Stomach litters strength en and tone up the stomach and digestive or grins and enable them to perform their proper functions This great relP1iy ivrorf dyspepsiai torpid liver ncrviAisticeu and fe ver ant agu h The Cl I ma to FitrlililN It- 1iggsls it true that Smith the iceman III deadlloggsic1 poor fellow He cuts no ice now Life din Von Solve Thin IMtrrlr Vermf- A Hlintilo Roliftwoeii urn I Without n thought of rldo 1 inrt the jftithutd thoughts of nun And lllifialy divide I set tilt soul of Sluikcipcurc Arc To pitons thoughts islvi llliirty lid Sldnuy uptiik with freer nH C- hhct Si miser sins nnd Taylor inviiih though through nil burning MWlIt 1 glide No vUdom doth with mo abldo If you can solve the foregoiiiK and send the correct KPMVCT to George II lleillord General Iltsrengsr Agent tliienao Milwau Lee St Paul Kailway Old Colony lluild cdmitnstamp he will send you what it calls for Tested mill Iotiml WiiiitliiR Mrs Matdimakcr Murie do you think Jlr Slowinati iis in earnest Miss Miitthmakcr Im afraid not mam ma I mentioned diamonds Inst evening and he milawnedJewelers Weekly Pur Cnllfarnla TMirlnlN i 1ouri Clamdmted toLosrullteillI 1kelityfordescriptive1 eml14iasengergent St Louie Mo Tin Clrl In Iovi ShcK tlrnld and lielltviH In peace She Hhrinks front wars alarms Vet womunlllie aheil never cease To love tIll call to arms JuI w- AgrIIuIttiraI u Our town exclaimed the man who had rrcuiimlitttMl most of the desirable lots lass floiirifthfd like a great tree Ycii said the town cynic vn have lone the rontinir and you the Rrnfling Cincinnati Enquirer To Cure 11 Cold In OIIP liny Take laxative llronio QiiininoTnblft Al dvii gists refund tnotipy iit failn noire 2S- cColiensteini odder vy yolks say dot pcezneM vos pcMnei ii Mrn Cohfimtcin 1tell nind iilV Cohcnstcin Xo pccz nest vo blcasurc Puck A play 5ill never satisfactory If there ix n man or woman leftover when the lairing oil occurs in the last actAtchisorm Globe u PisoK Cure for Connmnptlon has no equal es a Cough medicine F M Abbott 383 Seneca St llullalo N Y May 0 1891 He who rows thorns must not go barefoot Siwninh Proverb The pain that tortures sciatica The Cure that cures itSt Jacobs Oil If you taken cat to bell do not complain of its claws Spanish Proverb Use St Jacobs Oil promptly and freely And say goodbye to neuralgia Trouble get into many a home by meaD of a night latch ItyLAW Bulletin l I1 tIloo Itreilrardlh- v ooJtleaedtodisease that science has been able to euro in all its states and that is Catarrh lullsCatarrh Cure is the only positive cure Cittnrrhbeing lltlrrhCUICupon the blood nod mucous surl tees of tin system tlldrab destroying the foundation of the dts use and giving the iiatiint strength by building uiitliecouRtituttonnnd iissistiug lututv in doing its work The proprietors have M much faith in its cumin lhuuleulDolhalsSend for list ot test utoulns Address F1 Cheney d Co Toledo O farhalls tnolost Ailrnnce of Scloncp upInrtandIAteThe lightning rollrelilieci the candi date who was a nmaltenf fact sort of man iis ore of the exploded humbugs of the past What Im trying to do is to get my officeChicagoTribune Very Low latter Vln till Mliikutirl KuiiNiiH V Texas HiilMvay Semimonthly excursions to the south west The greatest opportunity to visit Texas the Kmpire state of the Union un paralleled us to resources and product and with an area exceeding all the EasternI and Middle States The statistical reports of products ns compiled by thccommuMoncrii of Texas indicate this section as having the greatest pot iblc advantages in its inilil aunt eiuube climate and in the variety and pro diictivcnert of itsoil For further infor mation descriptive Iunjihlets and dates of cxcur ious apply to H I1 llowshcr Dist P A Cincinnati O Dlnjntnnoy lllillomncythePupa Diplomacy is the mitt which en ables out man to inform another that he u a scoundrel without giving him n lisped to get mad about itChicago livening News Ilnllitiiy KxciirNlniiN Excursion tickets will be sold at nil sta tions on the North Western line IC S N W Hy C St IP M A O llyS IP Hy tI1I111 F KI 14 u1r It IR to all at lies point on this system andonI the Union IIVtifle Hailroiid within tXI miles of till soiling station at greatly icdiieeil rates IecrtnbdrI ir 21I hind111894 and January 1 and 2 1SW IIfltlllhilII1I1 i ticiilarn The only place where a chronic kicker may be useful is in a football anllIL A W llulletin Use St Jacobs Oil and say to rheumatism Will see you later 1 seldom lend a helping hand 01l11liraIll themselves Hniut 1 lorn Your Own as al of It is to one mho cot l I l I l I lnoIIIni III IpIrM n l Miltlnl I tvt v l I i innv tnnrrnon Vlnlln llml Airl To i liiiN COI Olt f DM tlil II i n mnlcrUl front yuu i i I nw Itt I JIMI Hit1 wny f II iI Fi t 1 if 1N STAR PLUG- L LEAF PLUG CLIPPER PLUG STONE PLUG PLUG- SCALPING KNIFE PLUG SLEDGE MIXTURE SMOKING 1111 1 W r lm my rurII flan brmu liitf CAMAUKTS and are tho best medicine wo have crrr hind In the liouec Last roost my wlfo Wii3 frutitlc with for two days kho triad some of and they rollovcil tin train In tier head almost mutedlatoly 1 o tsih recnmml CHAM TKiiEroui Sato Uctoi Ca Pi CURE lltrllnf ItrtiM fyq OiUx Rtw Trl t7 NO Q1 1 c 5 1 i BYAlLTJ1E C SHOTS fgg NAKC OH fleam QWP roaisfulutnTRxriD QrALotve SO1fmum3rr Mum orbouaaf tetlmonlal aad Ira uc aN Me Yaaa a bat 11I j i 6 Jt DldY Arc your nerceswcak Cant you gleep well Pain enernyAPrctltc prmplesTheEeof poisons From poisons that are al ways found in constipated If the of the bowels Lire not removed from the body each diY nature i intended these substances are to be absorbed into the blood ways causing suffering And frequently causing severe There Is a scnte ivIIr PILEThey easy f rimurol movement the bowels You will find that tbo use of Agers Zrsoparllhi with pills will recovery cleanses the blood from all Impurities Great tonic the nerves Wtlfo Decor Our Medical I liai of tin mod omliiotit ljrilclnnt In the diltptt fluim Toll tliodojlor lut hate yen are ultrrliitt ion will rorclvn beet tnodlcnl advice without Ad4Mssliit d ATKIt- Lonull Mail WALLS NI f1rh rnEILINGS M CALC Mc FRESCO TiNTS39 FOR DECORATIHG WALLS anti CSILIHGS Calcim4I ustun unttRQ Jot h iiiHdiltitrv od nt tur Kill mid uprilur ul Hue ami 11111 drbentadrb ItWSSYeltrtth414Vj ter- ter Mend it IMi t 1C innol purthaethis rlrilldrntrI nml wr ul In litmiinut YORKiYfflf M NATURiU CORNER SLEDGE Ytw u TRUST or- COMBiNE P I rIC31CTT MVICIiH PjJI1CO COJM V niMMnitiniiM tiiill liiiIWiiiiililiiiii u Mnnahrtnrorsr N TO SAVE TUVAE IS TO LIFE I- DO YOU VALUE UFE 5= THEN USE r II SAP LIO i u ulll1t 1mmYHm HEADACHE Ilodi ulfoaiiil hcndnchc vourCAStAUKTH nl1 Cuacareta JlltaburK ti it Ilttiburc DoGOOdCONSTIPATION Holril 10 pig uUIii 7utnerroabitg 6HOOTWINCHESTER I0PEE1 5iior GUN SHELLS USE tAMPION Jem A WuiclI15rf RrPrATING AuMS brAwmwNpitV I IrNDWI fits a fu llei1Aekes poisoningFrom bowels contents poisonous sure disease common and tho hasten and a Ella epartment aC 4IAA1Ak1Ap tit I Not Vlodo toy ai LENGTHEN wwwmwm IWwmYWcY DROPS I rv5 LIVE STOCK CDPsWe will lcrtl h duplicate of GIVE STOCK CUTS or any oilinr Cut shown In any rpco Imen HOOK MI or Ixtlnw qroicd pr1ea for mini A N KKLLOdO NliWSPAPCR CO- Sts 4 IlHU Ht Cincinnati O a IIIADCItH OK THIN IAIMtK IIKSIIIIXO IX 1IUY ANYTIIINU ylAlKYlHKII IN ITH COIUMKS HIIUIII IStllKT Urott 1IAVINO WHAT TIIKY AHK Volt IIKflllllNO AIIBfUHTtTirTKH Oil IM1TATION8 M OATAUOGUCS Of TIIOUOAND8 OYPiPIAYS PLAYSZ r UKMT PRBC SCHT PgCK Inrertt A unrUu pn In the World All kinds of llovtm lor llumo Including IO Nee Ia a Jtit laurl vruJtlellerr lblulrne-II rfllor triune IHitlogvr Hi Jnrl r Wnl Wrlit fniy IUr apre aaer7 IlJ for Ya- lhelaetrrunlTbleas ylraM Ifaat Ii PrIIL Amateur Uuide lo Uw ata eauku lu rIetia 1111ft Ca Ve Op MAMI YRL5VStRO sins Nlrrt Ny lurk nty A Christmas CHANCE Fait rl EVERYBODY 1onoInertllo nut tamriblnr for Ctirlttmtml W- eenpotOula thwar CM mikluK SI4 without In IcrfirlnvwIUir KnUrKrupoilon KtrnclilMr rif u Hkrnnnifltt Klxml hvura Komalhlnir rnilrtlr1 n w inloilvlnjil iraa utKantnoraplsalr- Qiired IAMBalhIj eeatnrrerlptuf inii Iuitofllr boa B4LU7 nVW fUll 7f 1 r PKOFITABLE EMPLOYAENT air lw ktearmt M AOKNT8 sos hruuIlDoJltUJolug uboriytluur IUtlltUB rKM no tit 84 WM if f tor IMIcs Lteat nod bwN tJ J luaJolPlloblVlJIJAIUJ 2 r A N C1740tWHEIWITI i illiirlM Jfias t t ite A Naa II 1tff 1 kf ME HERALD i SPENDER COOPER Editor K HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Mnrch 10 1899 FOR GOVERNOR a PuAT HARDIN OF IIARRODSDURG +1tnnOUnflemenC + 0 For Klnte Auditor Wo arc authorized to announce JOHN n CHKNAULT of Madlion county us n cat didate for Auditor of Kentucky subject to the notion of the Democratic convention in 1809 l rill HKHAII tins not boon issued ainco Jnmmry 10 for tho reason that the editor was physically un nblo to attend to any part of tho york of getting it out and at ono timo his physician and friends doubted if ho over would bo out again Thanks however to n most merciful providence a good physi dun and careful nursing ho is now in ft fair way to become himself again Tho loss of timo mud tho nonnpponrnnco of TUB HKHAII have made an incessant strain up on our resources und wo earnestly appeal row to all who are friendly to tho paper or U9 personally to como forward and help us by re roving their subscriptions by ad vertising or with their job work Any and all assistance will ho gratefully appreciated and rover ently remembered mud tho timo to help us is NOW 1 W L HAMMOND formerly a student at Hazol Green academy but now with tho hospital corps of tho SJlrtl U S infantry stationed at Manila has our thanks for a copy ofII Freedom an American 8pago paper published at Manila Island of Luzon Tho date is February 1 ISDn and in vain did we scats it for news of our army located there but barring a personal or two it had no news TUB daily papers noto tho fact that John 11 Chenault of Rich mond is making 1a tour of South western Kentucky in tho interest of his candidacy for state auditor told from tho same source wo learn that ho is tho most prominent candidate mentioned for that posi tion That ho is tho most ipopu- lar also goes without saying Mr Chonnult has hosts of friends with all classes TUB convention which net at West Liberty on tho Hh inst as was expoctod nominated Joseph f P Rose of this county as tho Dem ocratic candidate for representa tivo to tho legislature from this tho Olst district Mr Rose is ono of our host citizens and most substantial farmers and tho interests of his constituents arc safe in his hands OIMB JAMKS was elected to fill tho YAcnuoyns committoomau from tho etfttoatlarge caused by tho resignation of Senator Goobol and tho Democratic party is now in fighting trim Tho state conven Hon will moot at Louisville on tho 21st of Juno and unless there iis a radical change P Wat Itardin will z bo nominated for governor PALTER HUHT editor of the forIsending obscono matter through tho mails and tho charge appears to have boon trumped up by tho minions of Huiuw and Algor both of whom lift yd boon most umuoroi fully scored by Mr Hurt front timo to time AVhilo sanctified i ft sisters and sycophantic saiuta may r ifr p t 1Ir mako faces at tho facts ho hurls afc hypocracy they fool in their hearts that Hurt tolls tho truth Tore is nothing nasty about tho ammu nition used in tho Catling Gun but nyncompoops find its effect as powerful as nitroglycerine every timo a shot strikes If every com munity had a Hurt shams would soon bo scarco and hypocracy have to be hunted Ho has committed no crime against tho postal laws and wo hope ho will win his cnso in tho court at Columbus when it comes up next month Written for Tuft HKiuin MY YOUTHS HAITY HOME Hack from the tolls of tho world I hnvc wandered Weary anti sick of Its scorn and deceit To the home of my youth but no one stands waiting To welcome me Vane or my footsteps to greet- Strangers are there hut the old house and orchard Brought back to memory the glad days of yore When home from the fields in the soft glow of twilight Mother would greet me at the wide open door Mother sleeps there where the myrtle and Ivy- Their tendrils entwine in n tender em brace I plucked a wild rose from the grave on the hillside Tis the Mvectost memento from the old hone place Though strangers dwell in the home of my childhood Its visions nUll dreams in memory must live Its days were the best its pleasures the sweetest That life ever knew or existence can give KIKIUV 0 the homo of my youth How dear to my heart Oft in dreatus mill Its pleasures I roam Through lifes changing scenes In memory I cling to the joys thrt were Mine in my youths happy home llKsitY MILTON Swoitn All rights reserved Campion Ky Yes DUI It Mora Than Pays K60 W OSTA ST N Y Feb 23 Oh Spencer tell me tell me true What have I over done to you My1 happiness you quite hove stenled Because I never get Till IIurAIl Gad looks old chap how can a man Fulfill the measure of his span If he have not THK HKKAID with him To keep himself in perfect rhythm 1 per year invnrmMy in advance P S lhi nhlo poem ought to pay my subscription for another your nt lentil My regards to Mrs Cooper Yours SV1ltyttroxD- AY DOINGS IXiysboro iis to haven new schoolhouse D n May went to Hazel Green Mutt JnyIMorgan Spencer has been sick for a few days Robert Brooks went to Laurel or Lacy creek Sunday Tlio next legislature of Kentucky will not bo without a Hose John 13 Brooks returned Saturday from n visit to Goo town John Davidson is building a residence just acioss tine road from D H Mny A bevy of beauties from Lacy creek were visiting in this neighborhood Sat urdny Alec Shockey is going to erect n blacksmith shop on n lot recently purchased front J II Sebastian E O Tnulbeo of Hazel Green has rented about 10 acres of corn laud in this neighborhood mid will begin plow soonWhy do the good citizens of Daysboro allow whisky to be sold in their little village Is not n white man as good as- a negro as lung as ho behaves himself T March 13 CHAUME A Card of Thanks- I desire to thank P A Lyon Jr the lleading insurance agent of Kostcrn Ken tucky for the fair nod prompt manner in which he adjusted milt settled damage done my dwelling by ftro on Jan 21 and I heartily recommend him and Iris agency to the insuring public Respectfully A S JOHNSON Jackson Ky TO cum A COLT 1N osu DAY Ttko Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets All dmirgists refund money if it fails to I cure 25c The genuine has L B Q en each tablet Ho Is Located at DennIson Texas The friends of Wee Ely who have recently been making inquiries about his address arc now informed that he is at Denlnon Texas In proof of which we submit the following SHERMAN TEXAS Feb 27 1899 Herald Hazel Green Ky For enclosed 75c in stamps send your weekly ns club with our paper to A W Ely Dcnison Texas Yours truly- J L WIIFOX II G Robinson the IJcattyvillc agent of the Kentucky Cider and Vinegar Works Louisville Ky invites your patronage through an ad in this paper Mr Robinson carries a full line of pure fruit juices and would be pleased to receive orders for communion wines cor dials and wines for family use etc If you dont see him within the next week or so write for particulars and pricelist F A Lyon Jr the leading Insurance agent of Eastern Kentucky has estab fished a branch office at this place W- It lieratt will have charge of the hazel Green office and we hope the people of Wolfe and Morgan will patronize n home institution and place their insurance with Mr Pieratt The attendance at Hazel Green acade my hey been the best this winter in the history of the school The spring term will begin Monday the 27th inst and some new matriculates will enter then FRED J HEINTZ- maQufaoluril1 JwIor DKALKK IN Watches Clocks Jewelry Diamonds SILVERWARE OPTICAL GOODS Solid Gold and Silver Medals and Class Pins STUnexcollcd Repairing Facilities 133 I Main Street LEXINGTON KY Price List for Watch and Clock Repairing Cleaning Watch American make 150 II Old English Lever 200 Main Spring 150 Cleaning Clock Amer 8 day 125 I l French make 350 II Nickle alarm style 50 Main sping in clock Anier make100II French mnke 250 Mending soldering Gold Speitaclcs 233iic coStcd II 25e pdRepairim Jewelry according to nature of repairs New pins fitted into brooches spins 13c Hair StoreWe have in stock a full lint of Hair Switches from 100 to 1000 each Wigs Curls and Inn Pompadour and Empire Comb nil styles of flair Pius Corsets- nod Waists fitted to the fort Stamped Linens at reduced prices Silk at three 3 cents per skein COLOU1NE for dunging the hair to any shade 1ytOrders by mail will receive prompt attention MUS MI A KKTCHtM- Ppper mid Church Sts Lexington Ky HC ROBINSON OF OEATTYVILLE KY WITH It x JU4aasrnoiiiiKion Kentucky Cider Vinegar Works LOLMSVILLE KY Your patronage is respectfully solicited FOR SAtEDesiring to close out my business at this place I offer for sale all of my Blacksmith Carriage and i WoodWorkersl Tools consisting of tho latest models Also Ma tirohestTwo Saddle and Harness Horses OOOD ONES perfeetlylIOlS1IIOLDFORN1TIT 4ir1nrties In need of any of the above can onJOHN1r Ky J TAYLOR DAY Wholesale std Retail dealer in General Merchandise lumber cIHazel Green Fair thoFurJlm3 Grootest Clothing Sot l 1l In the History of the Trade gtLN poor Lotus Otis Strausyni u den Lx inutons Leaaing AHouselaorel8 I more e t II 00 of We arc badly ovcrstoek in every lepartmeut W opeof propose to sell you bargains when you want tliein anti noeblltlmi- Feswhen the season is overktonany JUST MINK 9F A GOoDln I OVLRCOA broth at 99 cents A boaulifitl stinlincd Mersey overcoatthere ScoleSuits xhnnd lion tfh suit Ueautlul blue and black cheviots double breasted u the ro to 20 years old worth 10 atrulea orldnOmnn1alnwlHankcl ccessfu hat ilorals but represent such manuiacturers as Alfred JJcnjaininC arches Strous Bros Fcchhciincr eii r Co laid all the leadrombin manufacturers of the United States You cannot aflbrtl1JI3I8 miss this sale as you may never have another chance in yo t out lifetime cousand 11egive are agents for Xewburgh XeverEip Pants gptalas phUS tan will you 10 per cent oil on all goods mmpanll Beautiful Natural Wool Undershirts and Drawa fisOSe worth 2 at 1 a suittdcent The best TMr Ofoliiir rl Undershirts and Drawers wond Gen 2 at Sl a suit divisions 100 dozen Fancy Shirts made by Hutcliinson PierceisI coanr remit Co at 75 cents lrice never named lieietofore and woriroat 11 150dargcf l- I l- IsYou can ailor1 to borrow money raid pay inte kite s est to buy these goods at prices named tiinselfdtfield r- tt LOUIS CUS STRAUStenlerLexingtons Leading Clothiers llxr tsr rom Ui nighty lie hefielci ant l TRANN ire even 0 et ray in it turn K nnt Jl of iol- inrate fEED STABLE here wth ioftl That Fen li n pprccn I orally IL ban oil oe cen I have opened my Training and reed Stable and will keep on hRllll plenty of fedsandn full puhorsescan have the lint pasture at reasonable ratesrattlysings rr bo hav LJVEIIY1nI J j P pr tuns- nd lest caI q g that your Also for the convenience and Dee e of modatlon of guests of the Day Hontf th 1 Hazel Green and L Park Hotel at Tort oath t I have opened nearby two first clas lisin ne stables where I will keep buggies udd Petbtt YCI horses and hacks for hire at salt times Some o sons wishing a vehicle to meet them atslatedl MeCausey can telephone me and have sat tills no desired vehicle or saddle horse promptly tinny c I will also have a full supply of harks sluices b for hire to drunnmcrs which will be borcharge of careful drivers nnd for which they can contract by the day for any lengthofleej dwad timefPersons intending to visit Day and Swnnfo Springs will be met at either bodies SlcCausev or Tort cut with team and driver and I will have pleasure la ship del the ping water for them whenever desiredKatith oxenDaySntiouof Jt TAYLOR DAY could sex With J mtntnItblagTief 1 ofOflicesttOIt certainUVr J J css entrusted to him will receive promptlion PATUON17E A HOME AGhilie ttL RESTORED2 1A1IOO n1 1IIIcU1DR 711a1icattcmee restratlonarAollaonoo + n- JInR ornrrvoos CiMeti rI aSlnnlloud lln 1I1rCrTOD lthtu B tlel7rTl IU1 Enlrtlonlr lcd I bt toldentirtocaf- IoralSuO lilt 1ll pCii ItuiLCOAoyelcadl ltr- h r r A 1il 1 1 MORE DAVIDS Jfjlmage Says Every Commu f city Should Have One rL rtople ieel1 15 nergctlo Chrlminn lit Their Fight AKiilnitt tderu Lemon from theSatnu Old 1roiilict hGbcforcJrOursedrtnoa shows how some people multi j their resources for usefulness ants novel way urges the putting forth imore energy in right lircctlnnc 1111 Samuel 183 Thou nrl worth ioOO of us pee of the most wondrous characters 1alhistimesvas David A red luttred boy kcould shepherd u flock or carry ten tes and ten slices of milk cheese it- O brothers in the regiment or with brillrifleCOtc i hundredweight of metal or cause tcMqilln the r roadside or could marshal n host rule an empire or thumb a harp EO allessfully that it cured Sauls demen a harp from whose strings drippedi On- i storals elegies lyrics triumphal C rchcs benedictions Now this man tillcombination of music and heroics of ithyrambs battlefields of conn a y quietudes and statesmanship is to O tout a military expedition Four thousand troops according to Jo phus were sent into the field The asemptalns were put in command of the companies and the colonels in com werencjfeposed wing ud center Gen Joaben Abishai Omd Gen Ittnl are to lead these three jirisions Hut who shall take the Held iiconiirandcr in chief David ollers ce JJi services and proposes to go to the- o front He will lead them in the awful large for he baji not a cowardly nerve iiall his Lady He did not propose to ute tore Ms troops go into perils which he Hmself would not brave and the bat tltfield required as much courage then now fur the opposing forces must a order to do any execution at nil e me tip to wlthlsi positive reach of plmber mid spear Bu there came up from the troops and thc civilians a eighty protest against Davids taking hefieli Ills life was too important to ienatkn If he went down the mire I went down whereas if the whole JWO of the ranks were slain another runs mght be marshaled and the de fit turned into victory The army and I ie nation practically cried out Xn ol Voii cannot go to the front We tiniate you as 10000 men Thou art orth 100UOI of us That army and that nation then and here remiiIHlld David and now remind S of the fact which we forget or never ppreciatc at all that some people are orally or spiritually worth far more un others std some worth far less he census und statistics of neighbor ftds of churches of nations serve eml6tir purpose but they can never ae U rarately express the real state of lIngs The practical subject that I nnt to present today is that those ho have especial opportunity especial races especial wealth especial talent ipocial eloquence ought to make up especial assiduity and consecration or those who have less opportunities ad less gifts You ought to do ten mca more bur God and human uplift If than those who have only n tenth I rout equipment The rank and the e of the 4000 of the text told time Tith when they said Thou art orth 10Crm0 of us In no city of its size are there sod Wry men of talent as are gathered in thtlI capital of the American nation repreltstated hmen who have neither tal sal poltlcalIGD arvIces by sending them to eorgress- is or by mecuring for them posits ins In of irinthognoimIlesbefore excepionalIpWad their most talented men and men 1 of exemplary lives and noble put fosesSame of them have the gifts and quail fitatlons mcnrtarOtt truthfully employ the words of I S 10OeUs With augIIItlltingpossiblestupendouslliagpowerIoclsil I often been printed and power often quoted as- oaeof the wise sayings of the ancients towledgc Is power Yet It tray us- sll evil as for tbe lightniig5express rnU truln has jower for good if It Is on the track but Uirt power for disaster if it leaves track ard plungell down time cm steamnerlmnspotratdor good sailing in right direction lilIn andswide and under good awake watchmen the poweriI if under full headway it strikes breakers As steam power or clec- tikt t1 or Water forces may be stored In era In dynamos in reservoirs to w 1 t di be employed allover a town or cityGod sometimes putt ID one man 10II faith to 5uppl tb withCouragethuendowedopoortunitytime milhots of men arc atremble nothouuporsome isandsrepublicltl onoI nndcouragc arttwoI I taking isthati s fullctit1hiltppines thaviiiour nation other nations will take control of tlld archipelagoes and perhops destruction vtakeI C once Spanish colones we Invite foreign interference fiuzillybegOernmentBolhI tutees God hits set apart this continent triumphsomay I Icr the first or the second course without lsamids11el you free now stay free while we set that the Spanish panther never hgaln Its mayinviteRico and say to the Philippine Got really by education and good morals for free government and lit this right time you shall be one of our territories on the way to bo one of our states mind there Is no power in Kitrnpo Asia or Africa or all combined that could harm this nation in its worldwide endeavor God is on the side of the right and by earnest irnploration fur Divine guidance on the part of this nation we is ill he led to do tit right We are on the brink of nothing There is no frightful crisis This train of repub lican and democratic institutions is a through train and all we want is to have the engineer and the brakcinan and the conductor attend to their busi tress and the passenger keep their places We wain men in this nation with faith enough for mill We want hero anti there a David worth 10000 men A vast majority of men have no sur plus of confidence for others and hardly enough confidence for themselves They go through life say lug depressing things and doing depressing1 thingsi Thev ehiirprayer meetings discourage charitable institutions injure com merce and kill churches They blow out lights when theyuugimt to be kindling them They hover around a dull lire on their own hearth and take IIIImuch room thai no one can catch the least caloric instead of fctirring the hearth into a blare the crackle of who e backlog would invite the whole neighborhood to coolie in to feel the abounding warmth and see the trains figuration of the faces As we all have to guess a great deal about the future let us guess something good for it will be more encouraging and the guess will be just as apt to conic true What a lot of ingrates time Lord has at Ibis table people who have had three meals a day for 5o years anti yet fear that theysill soon have to rattle their knife and furl on an Imply dinner plate How many have load winter and spring fuel sum tier and fail clothing for 00 years hut expect an empty wardrobe shortlyI How many have lived wader free insti tutions all their days but fear that the United States may be telescoped in some foreign collision Oh but the taxes have guilt up Yes but thank iud it is emitter with mousy to pay the taxes now that they lire up than It was without money to pay the taxes when they were down We want a few men who have faith in God anti that mighty future which holds several things among them a millennium Colum banns said to his friend Deleolus always smiling The re why are you ply1 was lUcaiise 110 one can take my iod from mo We waut more min to feel that they have a mission to cheer others and to draw up the corners of peoplesmouthsw h haven lung while been drawn down more Davids who can shepherd whole flocks of bright hopes and play a harlof encourage neat and strike down a Goliath of tic pair and of whom we emus say Thou art worth 100001 of us I admit that this thought of my text fully carried out would change many of the worlds statistics Suppose n sit age is said to have 1000 Inhabitants and that onehalf of thetanaunely500 been becoming less in have for years DOU j amid through ulggardlllltss anti grumbling less In soul Each one of onehalf of what he once these is only was or onehalf of what she once was The original 500 have been reduced one half in moral quality and are really that the other 500Supposeon v 250 maintained their original status hae neither better nor worse IhrnantI arc Ihe entire population of that village IO- SO Hut suppose another village of 1000 and 500 of them os the years go- yb throughh uhetutal and spiritual cul augment tlltmllichcs until they lure really twice the men and women arc were and the other j00 originally remain hey unchanged and are neither better i worse then the population of nor bat village IIs 1500 Meatmness Is suh1 traction and nobility is addition AC rise In the scale of boll ordiug US you K ness and generosity and consecration you are worth 5 or 10 or 50 or 100 or 1000 or 10000 Notice my friend that this David warrior strategist minstrel master of blank verse and stone slinger at the giant whom the soldiers of the text es timated clear up Into the thousandfold of usefulness on this particular occa- sIon staid at home or In his place of temporary residence Gen Joab lien Ablshat and Gen I ttal who commanded the boys in the right wing and left wing and center slid their work bravely and left 23000 of the Lords enemies dead on the field and many of the survivors got entangled In the woods of Kphraim and mixed up In the bushes and stem bird over the stumps of trees and fell Into bogs amid were devoured by wild beasts which seized them in the thick ets Hut David did his work at home We all huza for heroes who have beer in battle anti on their return what pro cessions we form and with triumphal arches we spring and what banquets we spread and what garlands we wreathe and what orations we deliver and whit bells we ring and what can nonades we tire Hut do we do justice to the stay at homes David who was worth 10000 of those who went out to meet time Lords enemies in the woods of Kphraim that day did his work in re tirement The warrior David of my text showed more self cunteol mind moral prows s in staying at home than he could have shown eornmaudlngjn the Held lit was a naturall warFior Martial airs stirred him The glitter of opposing shields fired him He Will one of those men who feel at home In the saddle patting the neck of a pawing cavalry horse Hut he suppressed himself He obeyed tit command of the troops whom he would like to have commanded Some of the greatest Sedans und Aus tcrliles lose been in backwoodn kitchens or In nursery with throe chill dren down with scarlet fever soon to join tit two already in tlie churchyard or amid domestic wrongs and outriges though to transform angels him devils or in commercial life within their own countingrooms In time of cheek Fri day panics or in mechanical life in tlulr own carpenter shop or on the milVold ing of willis swept bytold or smitten by heat No telegraphic wires reported the crisis of the conflict tin banner was ever waved to celebrate their victory but God knows and God will rrinember rind God will adjust and by Ilion the falling of a trio Is as certainly noticed as the horning of a world and the flut her of a sparrows wing as the Might of the aH calyptlc archangel Oh what a God we have for small things as well as big things David no more helped at the front than helped rt home The four regiments mobil heft for the defense of the throne of Israel wore right in protesting against Davids exposure of hits life at the front Had ho boon pierced of an arrow or cloven down with a battleax or fatally slung from snorting war charger what a disaster to the timer of Israel Ah solom his son was a low fellow and tutu tit to reign his two chief characteris ties were his handsome face and his long hairso lung that when he hind It cut tint which was scissored oil weighed UOO shekels after time kings weight anti when a mUll Jinx nothing but a handsome face nail an exuberance of hair there Iin not much of him The capturcandslaylngof David would have been a calamity Irreparable Lnnecfs miry exposure would have been n crime for David as it U a crime for you In nine cases out of ten the fatali ties every day reported nre not the fault of engineers or brakemen or con lectors or cab drivers hilt of the stu pidity and rccklessties of people at street or railroad crossings They would like to have tit Chicago limited express train with 100 passengers ad vertised to arrive at a certain hour in a certain city slow up to let them get two minutes sooner to their destination not tine tarlilingof their swum or any tar elses welfare dependent on wheth er they arrive one minute beloro Ii oclock or one minute after Youtuglit to get permission from a railroad uper Intendont to mount beside tit engineer on a locomotive to realle how runny evils of recklessness there an lit the world funeral processions whipping up to get across before the cowcatcher strikes the heave mm of family with wife and children beside him In a wag on evidently having made close calcu lation as to whether n stroke frun time locomotive would put thorn backwnnl or forward In the journey to the village grocery traveler on a railroad Sirdg moping that he could get to time i ml of the bridge before the train renulrs It You have no right Jo put your life in peril unless by such exposure votne thing Is to be gained for others What imbecility in thousands of Americans hiring our recent AincrlcoSpnniih war disappointed because the surrender came so soon and they could not have the advantage of idling shot it Sun Juan hill or brought down wlli the yellow fever rind carried on a litter to transport steamers already so ninny floating lazarettos instead of thanking God that they got no nearer to the slaughter than Tampa or Chattarooga or time encampment at their own state capital mod at the government mad at Got because they could not yet to ths from in tine to join the 4000 corpses that arc now being transported from the tropics to the national cemeteries of the United States Exposure and Y rr 1 daring are admirable when duty calls but keep out of peril when nothing practical and useful IIs to be gained for your family or your country or your God I ndmlro the David of my tntas he suppresses himself and enters the gate of his castle as much as I admire him when with Ills four fingers and thumb clutched Into the grizzly locks of Goliaths head which he had dtcapl toted and Saul admiringly asks Whose son art thou young munV and David blushing with genuine modesty responds I am the son of thy servant Jesse the Hothlehemito Oh the world needs a day of judgment to give many of the stay at homes proper recognition In time different wars the sons went to the front and on ships deck or battlefield exposed their lives and earned the admiration of tho country But how about the mothers and fathers who through long ycais taught those sons the noble sentiments that Inspired them to go and then gavo them up when perhaps II few words of earnest protest would have kept then on the faun and In the homestead Tho day of final reward will reveal the sell sacrifice and the fidelity of thousand who never in nil their lives received otic word of praise Oh ye unknown y I faithful and Christian and all enduring1 stay at homes I have no power now to do you justice but I tell you of one who has the power and of the day when Hi will put it forth It will be time day when the thimble nnd the ladle and thu darning needle anti the washtub and the spinning wheel and the scythe and the thrashing machine and time hour timer and the trowel and the plow will come to as high nn appreciation as n 7lpoundor or the sword or the batter tug ram that pounded down the wall or the flag that was hoisted on tin scaled parapets Now hero is another Important point As there are so many people In the world who amount to little or nothing you ought to augment yourself nUll iIt not able like David to he worth 10000 times more than others you can com mand Gods reenforcing grace to make yourself four tines or throe times or twice as much as state others Pray twice as touch read twice as much give twice as much go to church twice as much Instead of spending your time finding fault with others substi tute your fidelity for their dorelctlon and default In any church there arc ten members worth all the other 1000 In every great business firm there IIs one man worth the other three partners In every legislative hall state or national there are five men worth nil the other 50 or 100 Take the Mggos than of my text and augment yourself Mimic your one talent do the work of two or your live talents do the work of ten or your ton talents do time work of 20 Multiply1 I your words of encour agement Multiply the number of boosts you can give to those wro are trying to climb Instead of licit g one man In a battalion by your faith in God and new consecration be a whole regiment I like the question of u gets eral of a small unity when sort out was counting the number of ofllcers and soldiers of the opposing forces and the small number of their own army anti the general cried out In indigna tint How many do you take me to be David was 10000 men You ought to he at least two men in this battle for God nail rlghtcousncta The dally papers say that my old friend Jeremiah C Ianphler or New York Is dent at 00 years of age Hut they mire mistaken That man cni nev er die He will live as long an Iltnvcn lives He wns the father of vitalized vivified mind arousing prayer meetings lit established the noonday Fulton street prayer meeting famous through out Christendom and more honored of GUll than any devotional meeting since the world began lie introduced the little bell on the prayer meeting table whicht always tapped v hen prayers wore prolix or exhortartions to long winded Finding that many hulncM men an from 12 noon to one oclock at eoclitie 1 leisure he widely an nouncer Hi nt 12 oclock of the 23d of Srplomii IS57 there would brgln a prayer unrtlng of one hour In the small upper room of time Reformed church on Fulton street New York Lanphler went to that room at 12 oclock and sat alone At 1230 a roan entered and others came until there were six war shipers present The meeting n the following noonday numbered 20 and the next tiny 40 Then the meeting be came too large for the room and It was taken into the main auditorium arid for 41 years that service has been the religious center of Christendom lie quests for prayer from all parts of the earth here cone there and the paycrs offered been answered Kimetlrnci with n resound that was heard throughout Christendom Hundreds of thousands of souls have stepped into that Hehcfda and boon healed That meeting rtartrd the great revival of ISS In which It was estimated 300000 souls went converted When Monday morning De cember Zt his soul ascended I think he scat met at the gate of Heaven by a welcoming throng us mighty tll that which has greeted any admitted soul for five centuries Humble and Without anything brilliant In huts ninfoup through faith In God anti concentrated prayer he shook time earth anti enrap Lured the heavens He was worth 10 000 yea iOOjOOO ordinary Christian tcorkers DeAr od friend Lanlbier bow I loved you FAirtSTS 1u i HUMOROUS J 0 Tour replies lire very hut said the r young husband Then hi hastily added 1 Hut they arc not as tart as those that mother made Cleveland Plain tDealer f Speaking of letting n tooth pulIcH sold the cornfcd philosopher that Ile- one instance where a man Is bound to stay nnd see the thing outIndlun apolis Journal Mrs Wnckum IIW did Oia naughty boy of yours hurt himself Mrs Snapper That good little boy of yours hit him on the head with a bridle lloxbury Gazette Mamma said Dot do all tho rivers empty Into the sea 1 Most of them my dear Then why doesnt the sea run over Is it because there arc lots of sponges in IflOohteuly Days Ill give you a few pointers yelled the enthusliibtir politician excitedly to Grimes who was arguing with him Cheese it said Grimes with n fright cued look Dont say that again for t heavens sake If anybody heard you rimy that It would ruin me How 1 would UV asked the politician Because said C rimes Fin n saufcago maker Harlem Life A Fond Mothers MistakeI shouldnt wonder said Mrs Corn tall hd if our lay wouldnt of been n a great shipsinker ship tnlser nnd lec turer if hed hove had the chance Why he baxnl nay such talents re plied item husband I dunno lies got the temperament fur It You job otter tutee seen the record ho made when they was plash klssin games at the turn huskllt11nsbingtan Star Scene Tho breakfast table of a West end boarding house Mr Smlt- htrllIsK the fcirtt please No notice is taken Mr Summit hers raising his voice Pasc the ball please Ilia neighbors mire abrorbod In their conver sation andI Isis request remains unheeded 11I r SmllhlIIo1Have you hoard the latest ecandnl l seryliod- ycmigcrly1u what IK It 1 Mr Smitherh Pass the stilt please jodcn Penny A LAKE PILOTS LEG I Ibis It Holvrit the Mynlery of III VretrU of Oho Sleiiiu IriipvlUT SIINIIII 12 Ieoti Wu sire never ainired when vesnel go aground mind art wrecked on Lake 1 Uric during the gales tout arc com mon on that treacherous water for wo expect such things then said a lako kipper but when one IU grounded on a clear duty and wrecked on a course uu clear as the day ami In the hand of a pilot tuft knows the ground like 4 hook we naturally wonder a little mind want to know the whys and wherefores Such Wilt the case of the propeller Su xau Ili Pock that went agroumi near liar Point and WIIK lust with a 20000 cargo The captain of the Silvan K laud sailed successfully hundreds of time between Pointt Polce and Har Point nnd in nil kinds of weather timid this tlmu he hail a wheelman who was known froth one end of the lake to the other as one of tit most expert navigator in the lake business He hind beets ly ing up a long time for the very good reason that owing to nn accident to one of his logs that leg hall to be ampu tulcd to save his life The lust mem her was replaced by an artificial leg and then the pilot was ready to takes his post at the wheel again Ills first service utter hU misfortune was this trip of the Susan K Peck and he ran her aground The pulc to everybody was how It was possible for the propeller 1 handled by n man of such skill and ux prrienee on a straight course only 40 miles tong and with every Milling con 111 Iou favorable to leave her course The pilot was the mottt puzzled and astounded person of all He soon got another vessel and thin one he rust In such an erratic manner but fortunate Ily with no disastrous result that he was compelled to give her up and his usefulness as a pilot wan gone He and r others went to investigating to loCO If they could dUcover what Will wrong with hU camaiuip After awhile they discovered what they believed wasrthe trouble In the pilots artificial leg a great deal of steel hud been used In the joints and other places Sitting close to the binnacle UK he did while 5 nccring this steel deranged the com pa5+ so tint it threw the wheelman way oil liiw reckoning and led to ties wrung piloting that hind wrecked the Susan k Peck and endangered tins other vessel that the wheelman navi gated subsequently Thin was what they argued and to demonstrate the correctness of the theory the pilot took charge of a vessel without wearing hU faUe leg Everything worked to a charm The mystery of the Susan E Puck was Solved anti time pilot was re stored to his old place In the confidence of Lake Ire skipper nnd vessel ow- nersS Y Sun The Cnlolmll y I tniMed you with my heart said the with bitter sobs and what haves you done with It 1 == i HU laugh for harshness could have S jivtn u crosscut saw the Ileekimendr i Ilavu you looked in the top drawer 4 A time bureau r be ukcdCluclnwtli tnquJrarkiJi hr If ctiijr Ail i i tA1 Y t t I j U II Tkf KWisy CoMpltxIoM The Sale Rflllow sunken checked dls- V trcDMiMoolcing peoplo you no often meeti- t ComplexionTheir p comploxtonlThey o r r BUffor Ruin Mceplesuneas rlroumnt ls iiournlgcn brnln trouble norvnnn ex hnuction and oonietimcH thu heart net8 badly kidnnyUeunllycane tints not find out what the troiibh Ie until It U almost too Into hrcnuro the first Hymptoms lira so like mild Mckiienn 1 thnt they do not think they nrod a mod iclno or a doctor until they find them KClvcs sick in bed Dr Kllmora Swamp Hoot will bulbi tip anti strengthon their week and ditcn cu klcllloYIIllIrlfy tholr diseased kidney f polwiiied blood dear tholr complexion and Booth they will enjoy better health You can get tho regular sizes at the drug slots at CO cent and 1 00 or youJ I may first provo for yourself the wonder mllycnvrryStvntn1Giot Kilmer rC Co Ulnglinmpton N V fur n sampan bottle and n book that tells all IIbsoluIelyfrenmention that you rend this liberal ofler In Tiriu HAXKJ OUKIN HiitAU Ho Canto Olonr Strangest cnso I over tendnblI thni Attorney who wait in n talkative mood IIRII up in tho northern purl of tliet State lOlL Hummer IIJII back In tho woods limo milee from whnt you would call civilization on a combine lI fiidilnK and hunting trip Vhllo I wax there an old man who bad been acting an my guide and very valuable in spite of Iris blbuloiiH habits wan arrested for stealing n kegof whisky lIfho cane looked pretty black for him t and the old man know it AH tho old man was almost indiipnn liable to mo I volunteered to defend him When the ease come to trlllllllMl1I I all my wllun to get him dear but IIlloouI tan that It wns all uphill work and that the jury bud a deopxente l conviction that the old man tuns guilty Tho oldI man realized It too and Kipdrmcd un easily about upon Isis chair The cnno was about to go the jury ri when tho old man arose nod IIIKI tell on ixMrciwiiig them Iwforo they retired The court granted permission and the 1111111I turned to the jury and said II III jot want termite yc one ijnoMiou Ytl nil know me and wlml IWIUltI to ask ye IU this Do you think that If 1stoluI that Ibar whisky that I Iollid lilt 4ulllrI tillIThis wnil putting thin case in anewli- ght1111th it seemed to have grunt clloet with tho jury fur they declared hlllllHltI guilty buforo leaving tho box When it was over and tho old man I WIH receiving the eongralulnlloim of his friends one of them wild Sum how on earth did you 1111111I I ago It 71 Wul aiiHwcred the old moan an hoII solemnly winked one eye when I toted that thar whiaVy homo tho old woman aaw at onco that the first tldm that I would go and do would bo to go and gitc full of Incriminating evidence no she took tho keg and locked IIt up In the eel IJar till the cloud would roll by Hut itV mighty lucky that the truth klm oil jc cs Mio did furlI couldnt hev huhout for another dry tor nave my life De trolt Free Press Joan Plbratto HacUuoy Horse Speaking of tho class of hours of which John IlerattOommugbt Jd 8012I Inn representative tho Sunford ICy Commercial Nays The Gorman exper uncut of nome fiOO medium draft horses will no doubt lead to n largo export trade in thou clan All tho Kuropcan buyers want high ehis coach stud knee action hiirnoM horses stud good largem military horses for their great armies mad big heavy draft horses if we hudtt them but these buyers look in volt for lumen of those types although their tempting ollcra of JJOO to 500 should Inspire our brecdorn to produeo what the export trade want and our home eltctrade will now bo in the market for high clnas horses and whoa hunino H IIK good tho price IH no object Already tho great hackneys with kneo action nnd beauty commandI SKW to 1000 Weak Epos Aro Undo airoua dim vision ands clear ptyw removed t anyttho use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve Its put up in tubes and sold on n guar antee by nil good druggets There Iis not a hotter Democrat in Kentucky thnu V Wat lIar ln and the t reports In circulation that be ever slowed nay preference to the Henubllcnns In I this or nny other county is nil bush Such a contemptible manner of trying s to ruin n candidate prospect will only ono to make him frloudi JcKsnmlne Journal L L Y LadiM Micros JoaraM ior March Tho March Radios Homo Journcl baa n noteworthy feature in the page show ing Pope Leo XIII ne Ho Liven in tho Vatican The pictures wore rondo by the only photographer who has horn ad ofmyenr consequently they offer tho first eloso view the public has had In n longtime f tho pope and his surroundings An at iclo that will ho widely rend fig urea outlIfho American Girls Chances of Marriage and another Social Life in Americas French City1 gives n rurally charming glimpse Into the excltuivo Creole circle of Now OrlCIIOIIliTho Mont Wonderful Musical Festivals in America recalls fate great Peace Jubilee held at Boston in Ilair with liliO iimrn- mcntalitt niid chorus of seventeen thus mind Churches Decorated for Wed dings Flue Prettiest Country louses In AIIIlrlclIII Flovers null 1 Flower Heiln und Fifteen Good Mantels and Firephicen are HIOWII from tho photographs submitted In the contest for innateypictures and describes our wild lower HO their identification will bo envy The article is by Noltje Itlaiichan and Iis the first of n series On ails editorial pogo IMwnrd lank pays deserved tribute to Isis late associate cull fur Isabel A Mallon who also wrote fur tho Journal under the pseudonym of Ruth Anhmore AH a matter of course considerable fpnco Is given to Easter hats usual frocks etc sill illustrated from original deslgiiH llcsidrn tame couch nd Ing cluptcrs of Tho Glrll1 of Camp Ar caily and the experiences IIfIITIIl Jam esoii In tho Country there ii an excel unit short storyrlheIutich of a Child IIt II humorous sketch by John Ken drick Rungs Mrs S TI Korcr continues her cooking lessons mind advice upon do mestlc economies stud every phase and condition of homo life is considered sty the Curtis Puhlisldng Co Philadel phia One dollar per year ten runts per copy Unnnhoil 25 Years I Miillered fur U rIlIltl within rough stud spool hundredMil dollaM with due torn and for medicine to no avail until I UMd Dr hells Pino Tar Honey Thin remedy malts wonk Inngi strung It has saved nlylifeJII Unwell IJrantn burg III The liailstonpn at this plsee on the lib lust dedtmyud the window in several buildings and TDK UKUAIHi ollieo and homo biilJured tho loss ol HCVCII huge lights n The communication alxiut tho heroes of San Jiinii1 will appear next week It was crowded out of tills i inuo very much to our regret Mrs1 W T1 Caukoy ban the thankst IfII the editor sold Ifs better I for a jar of chowchow pickle nent us during our iIIl nuns Dont forget that for tho next ao days you can gut this paper and the Twicea Week CourierJournal mm year fur ushy SI1 Grim Grips Deadly Marchn Deals Death and Destruction to Many oston Now York Philadelphia Wash ington Iioulflvlllo Terrorized by the Awful Scourge All Groat Centers ol Population Affected The iloproisini dlcctH of the present epidemic of Grip art nppnront every where TtmcherH clerks luminous tiiiti mcchnnlcH laborers street ear drivers Nchool ehlldrcn police ullleorH and oven tlio doctors nil furnish victims by the luuulrods No remedy yet discovered can show result equal to Dr Silica Restorative Norvino It quickly overcomou the ex exhaustion invlgorntci the nppA taro stud araistn enters to throw ofl thin deadly mteioheu from thin system III limo of opldomlc like tho present it should ho taken m n preventive of din ease j Trip hind left mo n physienl wreck weak liolplcss and cols JrnLIr I could j IIIIIIni pr04trn1lionj I sieinu could null hold mo andI I com monccd using Dr Mlla Nervine Thoj llrst nights sleep thAt I tend hand in four j months come ns tho result of two first I doses When 1 tend taken two bottle felt bettor thou I hnd before in years and eoutinuetl to improve until I wns entirely cured KM WooPAW Plymouth Ills Ii M Written for Tut HliRAtl- KKLKNTIVHS TIMES Silently swiftly nnnolnclcM sell Thu wavrn of time roll on Gently Sweetly calling to lice From dusk till the rosy dawn Swinging dm crudlc echoing the voice Of the babe on iu mothers knee Sweetly the silvery wave rejoice lu their gnmhoU wild niul free hearing the hhmiU of uhlldlnh glee Over the criftl ofastray foam j MiiiKling in joy wllli the dashhig sea KUdliig thu Isle of inniihootlV honii InlntttiK thu rose anil the ninl Jens eheol- cIllnslnt trophieiint her feet Hearing away every Joy she unity seek On till sipper deck of Us hiirtil ho l alert Silently Nwinly lists thus lust Tho waves of limes occiin roll caving liiiirut liiim thnt iniiNt Ilast On the pawlig Immortal soul Vaiting fur none upending nil lltvoiid the iniirnieriiiK sea Whore youth and iige merge and fill And blued In eternity 0 thniiKhtlcM youth reincmlior this Tlino ollenlly speaLs to then Your inonienls ore each n golden kiss 1lulIl frulll n pearl llltud sea That filIIlit your fuel Iltl ywii psis along The pebbly shores of lime With n thunghtlus langh mid a ripliii song A worthless thrill and a thought sublime To the world that llei beyond IlKMtY Ml Swoun Ianipton Ky All rights reserved Tlio Eagle King ol All Birds IH noted fur its keen sightI clear stud dis tiiivt vision t o ire those ier iiiH who use Sutherlands Kagle IKy Solve for weak ryes styox soro eyes of nnv kind or LrnmilnUd lids Sold by nil dealers nt 25 edits Y Good Adv 111 0 merchant in tides hour of o c c If on this paper you should e c And look for something to up p p p Ynnr yenrniiif for the greenbacks v lake our advice mid lio yo y y yuan xtriiiKhtwny out and advert i i i Youll lied the project of MIIIIO it n n Neglect cults ollur no CX qIIIj qj Ito wive nt once prolont your ellllIi II A silent business soon d k k k Iiiinij Irritation in the forerunner to consumption Dr lulls fine Tar lluneytrill euro it raid give such Htrength to the linius tliat n cough or n cold will not settle there L5 CllIl1ll1t nil 4good druggistst IM Veil will plcn c accept the tlmnkM of the oditnr for a iiieis of nnjjel food real us this week Will Colvin ieiie ittiiiK Tiimble Hros was here tsar flay this week ae rwwwwww wwue liTtt 7XnlTrnnTJfC l1Y e ctc- srct J D K5 Y fQ j Tllo LcadinS Specialists rfi Ameilca I 20 YEARS IHI OHIOI R11 250000 CURED N WE CURE EMISSIONS Nolliliiii ran ho morn itriiiornliilni tujff youncnr inlilillo nmd uteri limn Situ me Ii IlICO of the ll llllilltly lllMOf IlKyW Irtxlncu wiiiUnos iiiTVOiinii s feehuua IIguetnndnwinllntrnlsufrrmptaniethey f sa IIIRIIrhelh1I Ii luittirnl upaldinmior Mixiiul rcci ri + onrlNow Mithuil Treatment will jmsltlvcly K fNOItriilrr you nroil help 1itrly nlittrn nrsl I yusIxiMlauro 7 uro not ao tilllconMlurNuvJtethud will euro you You run no rlik 250000 CURED R Yount lMan You nrn pnlo fcclilnf andI luiMnrilj ncrvoiu Iriltithlo Wad vn rltnblo Yon lipcutnn orgy ltul morofo HI and despondent lilnlrlicit and Ilmplon f etimpitsIfnrur U Ihu blight of your uxlitcnrr B WE CURE VARICOCELE KII matter how rcriou your rnio may f 1tI1Neuro II Tim wormy reins return to hunt nornml romllUou stud hrnrn tin roxunl oruuiit receive trnlvr nourl h inert limo orcmi lirrnino vltnllictl nil uiinntuml drains or luaus rmio and I manly rntnrn No tein ornry tintlM uaOI a permanent euro nlIrtINil llUK ni I i TIOX NKrKSSAHV Ao 11hIL IJUN VIWM IIty1Nl1 8 r CURES GUARANTEED Wo trent nll111Ift SYIIIIUS MhiMT iMlKSONs IMPOTKMY X k itlNfj ItlltN11NSUlrIAf10Nii llllltoi3MUIIIIt writtItOJtlttlVI111N1x rw KENNEDY KERGAN 122 W FOURTH ST CINCIMHATI 0 u 3mr t t 11IIN V KA- SIIATTOIlNEYntTAW HAZEL GREEN KY Will jirnctlco lit the courts of Wolfe and tilt nilolnlnj coiuitloj and attend jiromptly to nil collections entrusted to him 1 t 1kD6 I 7V A iJ 0I B d C E 7 =N Lt gr iii 11 rftI JTIN Q t 0 1J l1 Pt ENVELOPES l NOTEHEADSII f BILLHEADS C rat LETTERHEADS i iESALEBILLS l 1 PROGRAMS a CIRCULARS 21 CATALOGSc MINUTES END b c c ts I S fjpp1 We have Three Fast Presses lC 010 l ti a Power Paper Cutter and 40 Years and Experience enables us to Court Corn c I parison and Defy Competition When Q you want PRINTING come and seer Pe us Respectfully c yeaur SPENCER COOPERRANIJ LDRJ 1 Wost1tJ1 Anrnnn urn tlnlt n klrhiIIli7I1 tun I I i I IIIIrl1lIl 1IIu n qrrtUt nutlit wllhuL ehnru + In I lid Si Unnci Hn 1 Kiicmie I A Imnilnontly HliMirnlPil tfMr lnriro l rte Mitiitio i t f any n IIllIh liiiiriuil TITIIIW Jt n your nir tuniitlm I5 1111111111111101101 MUNN GoJGIDroJlIf New York llrunli iniro 151 I Ht Watiiluuluii ll C j GREENBACKS or Government Money I At close of our Civil War in 1865 there appeared in the ILondon Times the following policyAmerican Republic during the late Civil War in that country should he come indurated down to a fixture I itsI1the that is jt carrytwillbecomein the history of civilized nations of the world The brain and wealth of mericaTIIATI liftjj DEII HVKRY MONARCHY ON TillS GLOBE The famous Hazzard circular to capitalists in New York and the Huell I I hankI the fabulous corruption fund raised in I England and Germany estimated at 1500000 were the agents that se I cured the closing of our mints against silver policyoftheSpanishof English Diplomacy in shaping the destiny of the United States Government I I priceoffaintlouts l money by our I I 1has i government during the past year gold I increased in pcrccntrand thesanteFor ofthellue issue uniiormiygivenexplain and andtruthsJ ought andcan be rend by all classes with picas urc and profit nlentper loo aet ffill RQSEfDAVIS J 11i II l10 III Biaccsriijlflsti eclno herr 1 produCClN60L rr- JViagOQl1lalmrs t Have no time to write R- Oan ad this week but desire to announce that they are still at the old stand and ready and U I willing at all times to ONIlinesl c paying customersIMPRO Those indebt I ed to the firm will please be BE considerate enough to call and settle at once as we need money to run our business and must have what is duea1us ts payour own debts Eeferen- cZbYrrrrYrrrrrrVrrYrtiWrrYrNViYrrrhvrrrf r STYIIStt RIUABLE5 ARTISTIC1 1v j Recommended by Lending 3 Itreuntukrra l EThey Always lea eV l MS CALL PATTERNS 5 NONfi BUTTIR AT ANY PRICE s leAtMThere ptttnn np a Id to unary eery City anurn an the tNlirt Malt I it 1 IQcl ur nUI IfI = s Till McCAI1 COMPANY TSI S I130lo 146 W Mth Street Now York = 1 a iinANcitorri us S it3 Wrap tllth Avc Chlcnen and L toji Market it Son lruncl cn S = MSGALLS MAGAZ8NE 1l t t 1r1111J J t JS lirlKlitcst MoROiInc IutillilirJ T ConUmi Hfutful Colored IUte S 2 wII I Ii 2 HrWfACPHH MI f r ii ituciiln Ines 3 S litir Iluul euiimi I n b r Jark tieIns utn and nrrr Ilt fe uljri SU IlrlS iUaJlniia rat rJo l Iurnalaiql5 UIIU Ttlli McCALL CO =3- S a 138 to tie W ulli St New York =j 4Q- Krraa lift41141J7s1rti tilt rtrlnl lkt fir SILAS Q KASH N D r MIYSIOIAN AND SUIt GEONu HAZEL GREEN KY- Oflieont ronMcnce and calls nuswcrcil at- II hours Obstetrics a specialty 1 1- A ay