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misty has six candidate for slieiill eight fur county clork ami six for lllhCXMprWhile I wcekhutturiously wounded htllIILIIIt1nVMtheOwtibnnIIIrun until thu end of the SCIIMOII A negro selling hut pancake from a hotiMlioiit In of the IllheHnrtscll Cole InytouIthhadThe Intnher hndncs at Iaducnli IN hnnin lolltlrour 111111 tllHIlUrIIIIIIIIf11 yours In tho penitentiary fur highway robbery Buy Honlcs charged with rubbery wan liopklusvillenisiyears the penitentiary Irddnyparrlnaedeniinty who is said to have served II lieu plItll fir ntlotbur mins crime Warden Hamilton of the Nashville pHil I tentiary carne here yesterday snys the Pa diieah News after Frank llayncn an CM allied convict from Britjhtea At Georgetown Jessie Harris a Ili year old colored girl was so hadlv hnriied that she sited a few minutes later She was smokingi paper and her clothes were Ignjted The Lexington grand jury returned III dictment a aftist a number of loeal mer chant for lure toad law TIlt light is being pushedall over the Mate gtueslianSnlitrd0pI rarer mil nuijoriiv fur pruliiliiiiiiu Pro liiliiliou has prevailed there for a nnmhei of IIUIiiAdnni Nolan aged of vram n memher olf the city council of Mt Sterling and ov mayor died at that plncn on the 17lh Hi was one of the wealthiest llIIClIl1I MontKom cry county Patrick Kerrigan of IndlowI who count Itlllllh1lIllttIi States armv ill the lireuk hug tilt of thu war Ills not Lees heard from slurs he lleft home slid It Iin tlicm lil that he wan hilled ut San J limn Jlr11 Ililton amiNNlKiicc of Mrs X MIJ ViUoii dccciivcil l 11 week Mild pri vntely tto Mr iuthrie Vilsou the home laimin NeUon county containing 27S acres ot 1111111111 11 per ecru At Stanford tho clothe of a Iwo ycnr nld child of John Collcy caught lire front a grate and the little Ime ins burned to a criip Xich Padgett aged jll wan ruts ever hy a runaway team nod killed ActiiiK loveruer Vorthlnglon coniTiintcd the I lvcar sentence of Joseph Tudor of Jarram county to live years imtirisonmrnt Tudor low HIIIIIolltI year There were numerous petition urging this action Major StoncKtrcct who died at Kaiisui Pity Miwwnrl laxt week was horn III Iex iiigton in Ih2 and won Isis title in the lun fcHeratiJariny nerving hroiiKh most ol the warns iinnrlcriiwMcr of lieu JoeI Shelbys hrigade iI1I 1111 II lit iovernor Wnrthlngton fixed April li as the day for William Tutt the Maylield negro to hung Putts wile want ed in go to a baseball game nisi Ihe killed her to make mire she did not ko after he left home Some of the friends of Tom Akers of Iex ington who bus been in Manila since last summer with till Iirst Colorado regiment hunt recently received letters from him dated the outer purl III February just be fore the battle in that month In the Kayettc Circuit Court Henry Ilur date on two indletmenti for houschrcak log was given three years in the penlteu they in one case nisi seven years in the other Jncien llrown received a sentence for two years for the same ollense The Faycttc county grand jury last week indicted Col Jock Chum as a common mil sance Tlie indictment grown out ol the at tack on Senator Uronston at the meeting of the State Democratic Committees Jlie charge lIs a very unusual one the penult being a heavy tine The deed trannferriug the New Hope nnd 1K I Mile dlstllleriei located nt New Hope NeUon county to the Kentucky Distilleryand warelioimo company was lodged Ihi the county clerki ollee here last Irl e IbiseCnpt Tom Hose of the lute lth Keutuokv regiment played in bail luck sit JllurehlII1 reeentlv lie organized n company of Unte martin hut when the rccruilH were worn To thejelattell1 Deputy Sheriff J DCninllllI eni tin Itll e lice hU11 the first llrutenunt eyoirenMl hlmlwiug nl1lo Outlook apt iii Juhn till SllIrk State c Irohllhl his the hOllloI- I oldest- 11wn Iii Conrnnl an tilt l11th lit wnN CjH old I sal unit been it Jlnsnn fill 1clieved urns hilt III free nlwn N n Itepnhllea0 plc WIIM n- uleutber Irynnsilver IJIII uplOrlell I of SL larys Ieidge lit his haute The fight 1o test the Ifcnlly of the Sun fllIllstItheta pro Ullllor IlIdlclnlIti llottnnts The Iii Mode ash the WI8IlIrtoken uIIII loo case go J1llcn1lf nL Frankfort 6 it y 1IISTOUUU1 NASIlvS There colic n time tuOG Which Itried the souls of men Goldhnii then begun to thrive And Hanlla went for them Ho Mood firm on the silver deck When many others tied yetThough t1ghtSOllln right1udSome leaders stood by Hurdln nwsiylad pardon Sold out to get the putty So Uradlcy won the race Hy till help of llaldttmnn limit now the sissy III i raco Has pissed the Louisville clan Wo want no more of Goehel phutlimitLets use him whllo wo can righiAIIIIAnd President Hryan the beacon light To nide ntt safelyl through Tom Itlnrt In IVeiichlmrj Agitator Tho Laborer Is Worthy Ills Hiro ThankfulI to tIll ipeople of this nnd1 the surrounding community for their liberal patronage since I hove boon a practlcin physician at llnzcl nJreen I wish to soy to those who havo paidt mo that IItun ready to answer tinyor all professional calls night or tiny 111111wlllllllwl pleasure in doing so lust to those who have never paid me anything I IthlIiw to say that I will take it as a special favor if toyMillcian for I cannot allliid to practice for you tiny more on promise Now if you dont menu to pay mo what you owe me fur my sake nod the snko of my children Quo t send after mo With respect to nil A U NIIKKU M ID Mr Goobel Will Learn In Time Senator loebol In demanding that list candidatrs opposing him should dolino their lpoMtimmi 1 mi the election law tilt school Uiok bill std this railroad hill is eodtavorhug to forestallI till 1111 Iou III till Democratic cots vets lbit Ho cannot build a Htnte platform llocnnnot urea tin ixsno in tilt cnmpiHK Icloro the sun volition lute met The Iiinoerntn of Kentucky In convontion itseilthildviii tell Mr liuihcl upon ivimt issues the heist critic tarty will nppenlI to lilt 1 InvIli t nd until that convention IIIIH npoken the oandiilatoH are required by no ethics of jpolitic to declare tliomcolvos upon nny HHIIO mivo those hot hnvo nlruady be como Domocrntic through Otllio still Nn tioiial platforniH If t little whipper snapper IcgiMlnturo where sons ruin reigns supreme could shape the courii of n jjrtnt party Kentucky would bo in n pretty pickle indeed Jyiithliuin IDcmocrnt SOlid No Monoy Any render secure their choice of aStcrlingSilver Urncelet a good Vntch or n Solid Hold Iting with n genuine Diamond Hottiii by distributing lower seed coupons nmnng their friendn nnd ncqunlntniices Send your mime and address with io Htnmp to the American Seed Co ttfift Hrondwny NY TO DAY raid you will receive n sample package of choice seeds 1 worth of coupons and full pnrticulnrH A Qtioor Rats Tall J U Tnckson of Spenser culled on The Agitator n few dnyit ago rind exhib ited ucurionitv in tho wny of n rats tnll IHe nnd Tour I Into were exploring n cave on Indian Creek nnd wncii about 400 feet hack from tho entrance tho dog that was with them killed n rut the tail of which was covered with hair about ore sixteenth of nu inch long Along tho top side of tho tail from end to end the Imir WRIt rut grny and tho underneath silo was snow white In tilt other ro HtiectB the rodent was like his kind Frenchburg Agitator T have been nfllicled with rhcumatlmn for fourteen years nnd nothing Doomed to give tiny relief I wmt nnlo to ho around till tho time but constantly Hiif faring I had tried everything I could hear of nut at hist was told to try Cham bcrlaiuH Iniu IJnlm which I did and was immediately relieved and in a short time cured I am happy to nay that it has not inco returned JOSH HixiAtt Clcrmanlown Cnl For Male by JJ T Day You it Was AntlQoobol The OwonMioro McMscngcr tho editor of which lively piper was nt llonklnn villa ns n friend of Senator Goobers but only iin Illl onlooker utters n Rad n plaint tive wall that the convention won con trolled by corporations against Mr CJeo bcl It must surely havo been itrongly nntiOoebcl to provoke such n plaint from Mr Woodnon Txsxington Herald Old papers 20c a hundred Vr Written for Title IIuitAU A SOCIAL PROBLEM Tho Fair Sox Woilds Tho Thumb of Power Over tho Masculine Sox Man Under Womans Thumb It IB amusingly strange how tho spirit of the past cling to the people mid thin old ways fogylsms and customs tent to possess a spiiit of saercdniss hard to give up Tlio people uro remarkably fa mows in their worship of the gull of old ways and old customs even in this enlightened ago of push nod speed anti no v ways of doing tilings Going to church AM After the big quillings anti work lugs of day followed a big frolic nod dance of night sparking front nun down till sunrise without being disturb ed by thIulll folks seem to ho cherish lug things indeed too cherishing to the soul uC young folks lo give up with out rcsislanco for the less cherishing ncwftutslcdnotions of today It in en guthut hoe the young folks used lo cOllrllpOI tilt question and got married nod they naturally enough long to enjoy HOIIIO of these good things thnt havo hnl lowed out Immortalized tho good by gone days of tho past lint will they No i t rut slrangu i huts ap peared on thisnorcettc a new ray of doing things has been introduced nod who ills i recugnircdhtually expanding socialI world in thin pres Cut agu of socalled advancement and enlightenment Listen to tho old old perhaps sates overloving youth bung engaged at oiico to as many ns throe or four of tilt blushing beauties simple inno cent merry live making with never a fear with never a dream of a suit being instituted in court against him for breach of proviso which IOOllftIIIIII nay disturb thud imperil tho happiness and ambition of IhOIlIlJ ulna of to day IU that fogyism call it that call it what you stay butwhoro is the young mnii who would nut hail with delight thu broad free undisturbed courtship of the days of socal lud fogyism Throw wido upon this gate and give broader freer accos lo list spacious perennialI ln Ills yf love courtship ami romanco 1 It iis the Pride joy and delight of young folks to courtit is a harmless well Kpenl pasttime Then h1I0L bounds 10 tlio limits of courtship with KOIIIU rule and thus rub them so ruthlessly of their best ipleasure greatest amusement stud sweetest happiness All havo the priviligo to worship Ciod no acotding to thu dictates 1 conscience Why not have thin tmmo priviligo in courtship which Is just essential to the peace nml happiness of young folks Why Yes why 1 Tlio iuesllon Is not hurl to answer perhaps hot should it I lo told on the dontknowanyhcltcrlhlngH is bearing heavily on till mind of the writer Hut if tutu truth kills it let it como the truth Iis the fair sox wields tho thumb of power In courtship over thu miiscullnu sex Her brilliant blue eyes or tier matchless charms of be witching seducing beauty are too much for tho young nuns to overcome and she swlflly and completely gets him under her thumb of bidding Of coursu II wo man is foolish nml extremely selfish about her hems slut is jealoushearted always was andl just simply cant bun to see him serenading with HOIIIO other girl Thu simple tender heart cant nlpllhllllstand that he must court her and liiu pornlooryield to her will ami demand JIo fill tern at her feet under tho churns of her lipsleermalchless blushing beauty Thus it Iis shin gClltIukclI him into liar arms ami chains him down in liar loving ombraco Ho must obey orders at her bidding ho cannot help it sho has him under her thumb Why should ho kick why should ho get dissatisfied Well ho IIIIH gone through the whole routino of llfoN nnIseonly to bu put under tho thumb of Mian Hocond nnd undergo another process of bfnnIsideas now pleasures and now sweet hearts anti leis motto is once First but now Hccontl A woman is satisfied with good enough her motto I Uoncu First wllllllKtotho firo in continually burning between tho young woman mid tho young nuns agreeThuono bcnii tho young man wants simply n dozen sweethearts or more AIHIIdont you think soino got cut out I some slighted BOIIIO bent out mid some commit aulcldo and noino got mnrrlcd Thin is quito n social problem it in a J question of courtship between woman j nnd titan Womnn in n hard customer to deal with nnd this in a hard problem J to salvo to tho satisfaction of both Men ou that account nut it may be solved I 1 r r l P t f 4 t l l r i9 N by n spoonful of afterthought it may be II solved If tho blushing young beauty will npply practical hard ovrryuiiy common setisu IIH tho governing spirit in curt ship Thin wnrfnro between the two fexon U unnccctanry nnd it Is to bo re t gretted Why nut apply tho force of commonsense Why not tho woman rid herself of Homo of tho smiles and charms of loveliness and beauty and ap ply instead n coating of genuine haul sense That Is what It will take to solve thin question of courtship between wu r man nod man Shu ought to have souse enough to sea anti to know that ho does not caro a straw for her when ho IN forever trying toIIlIhlo in and court favor blushingboautlesnoises there should bu no trouble in the camp of courtship but alto should promptly mildly not ladyllku press her thumb to tho button and band over to him hiRIIcIIlK paper This tClldorInrtgirl reedy follow nut will be tho menus of bringing him to timo if ho really and Iin fact cares anything nt sill In tho wily of loving her Turn him loose tnko tho thumb oil of htm give him a chancu to seek find anti court whom he suitslehn y his eyes hack to your loving ombraco to your everlasting joy until haiiplntHS t livii hllll freedom of choice give tho liberty to court whom ho pleases Do this ami when ho asks for your heart mid hand yield and have no fears but what you era indred nil in truth his laarts keephhnhelutykN11garment keep him under your thumb iMcniiso you con anti if you tinito yourselves in mnrrlngo ho will later on ills cover that ho was mistaken in you and you in him probheist Iroporlyrevive tho broad free bound Ices liberty In courtship hat was enjoy oil in Ilimo good bygone days of rho past when tIll young man hind his dnxnii of t sweethearts if ho wanted to at tho Kama little JlHvj 8iwiuC- ampion ICy When Yon have n Dad Gold This remedy is intended especially for coughs colds whnoping cough and Inlluciira Itruts becomo famous for its euros of theo diseases over a largo part of the civilized world Tho most Haltering testimonials have beets received giving accounts of its good works of tho aggravatingt and persistent coughs it has cured of severe colds that havo yielded promptly to its soothing olloots Intel of tho dangerous attacks of croup it has cured often saving tho lJro of the child The oxtunnlvu use of it for whooping cough bus shown that IIt robs that disease of nil dangerous ton sequences Sold by I1I Dny GU 1iro KillediThoaBt Tho peach trap in Franklin IIH rultsrlt vx Ooebel way tlivro Monday and the frost Will frightful Lexington Herald u J LA GRIPPE IS- CONTAGIOUS t h Atmosphere Impregnated With Germs Dlsonso Proved Beyond Question to Be- Inloctlons r In Rapidly Con qnorlnjj tho Country ttLnOrippo ini n cnntncloufl lecn o Itsii sPecific germ IIIIH boon positively Identi fled nod It In trntiHtnitted from person to person either liy direct contact or byIInhaling the germs whllo they float in tho ufr Jt IIH n dntigcrouH dlscano lowporing tho vitality nod wnntlng tho rests tivo power no Hint pnoumonln heart dlHcnoo nervous prontrutlon rind iimnnity hid tony victims No specific IIH known that will kill tho Grip germ but it mny bo driven out and UH effects overcome by tho prompt use of Dr Mlles Ilcfltoratlvo Nervine lLn Grippe loft my nervous system 00 racked nnd shattered that I could notexletp mud fur two months was under the inflitcnco of narcotics Iliydlclnnii anti friends gave mo up to din but in two dnys after I commenced taking DrrMiles Kcxtoralivo Nerrino I began to as improve nnd In n months tune I WM entirely cured It is tho greatest health restorer on earth n W JIUlro I uisvillo J yIAll drtipcUts nro authorized to Bell r Dr Mlles Norvino on n guarantee that ytoClindedBo f r llooklot on heart and Nerve sent freetAddress Dr Miles Medical Coy Elkfaart tid i t AIf 1tJ 0 l- i T i J t rr ga 4a t IiTHE HERALD I I SPENCER COOPER Publisher HAZEL GREEN t t t KY 4IHOME WITH HER Home to her when day Is done Homo to tho wlfo you love nome from tho wide wide world Swift as the homing dovo Thcro was never a dream so swcot There was never a hopo eo brightiAs tho dream end tho hope i With her In tho candlelight Homo with her when toll lla oer tome from core and strife Homo from tho wide wide world Homo with your loving wife There was never a kingdom broad There was never an Isle at sea Onohalt so happy half so fair As my Inglestdo to me Homo to her at Mt of sun Homo to the eyes of her Homo to her smllo and her voice Far from tho thorn that wore Thoro was never a crown of kings Thoro was never a wreath of bays Like tho touch of her hand her lips The word of her honest praise Homo to her and home to her Unto tho end of UfotHomo to her and homo to her Home to my loving wife Let Glory caper on his steed And Fame her starry trumpet blow ll- I shall not heed them as they pass Home with her In tho candleglow Chicago Record An Army Wife BY CAPTAIN CHARLES KING ICojyrlsMed tSgby Tennyson Neely HYNOPHIB Chapter I Fannlo Mclano n young widow Is Invited to visit tho Oraftons at Fort BedKWIck llor ulster trios to tlU nundo her HA Itnndolph Merrlam whom site had jilted for old Mrlancand his brido uro stationed there Chapter II Fnnnlo Mctanos wedding causes family feeling A row months later nho whllo traveling with her husband moots Mcrrlnm on his wwldlnir trip Chapter litHomo tine previous to this Itrrrlnrn had gone on a government sur voy fallen 111 ami had been nursed by Mrs Trenialne and daughter Florence A hsstya into from Mrs McIwmoH stepson Mm to the plains Chapter IV Young Mol nnc dictates to Morrlnm n dying message which Is rent to Parry a young OhlenRO lawyer and f Replyfth Tremulncn rolls for Florence n Chapter V Kniranonient of Florence Tremalno to Morrlnm Is nnnourtccd wed dins shortly follows Chapter 1lMr Mel ino Is mysterious ly shot In Ann Francisco Mcrrlam Is greatly exerted when he renitu ntrount In papers While still In mourning Mrs Me J uno prepares to visit Tort Hedg lek Chapter IfIII MrUmo arrives at tin fort Mrrrlnm IsnturtlHl at the news ant ho and his wlfo absent llioitiHclvon from the formal hop that owning Chapter VIII Mr and Mrs Merriam pay their respects to the widow on an evening when sin would bo sure to have many other caller When tho call Is returned Merriam IIs away and his wife plead HlncM as exnixu for not seeing her Mrs Mrl ann receives telegram Ar rested Chicago Your uncle stricken par alysis You will ho summoned Hecitre papers otherwise lose werythlng C M Hho faints and IIs revived with dlinculty Chapter IXMrs McLano desires to ceo Merriam Grafton per tHdos him to go but tho widow postpones the meeting till next noon- Chapter X Florence learns Merriamg has been to see Mrs Mclune a storm of pamlon wlli not allow him to explain Shortly after Morrlam Is In tercepted by Fannlo Mdano as ho Is passing through Grafionn yard Florence witnesses the meeting which she surposen has tmfcn prearranged and swoons TOupter XLMrs Mclano begs Merriam for papers given him by hsr stepson hut which ho tells her wore nil forwarded to furry Merriam Is seriously wounded In tight with greasers Chapter XII Florence In her deep dis a appointment leaves her homo In tho nighto for her fathers at tho cantonment Chapter XIII Three personalI telegrsphtmessages como for Merriam letter Is notified of Mcrrlams mishap miles from post A dispatch from her law 3cr on his way to tho fort together with account of serious Injuries to Merriam causes Mrs McLano to faint it CHAPTKU XIV CoXTixtKn Col luxtou and others nil the offi cer almost felt bound to come to the house between stable and retreat just to ace how handy was getting on tint the answer wax the same to one and nil No one was to be admitted for time doc tor wait trying to get him to sleep And suHly enough bathed refreshed his arm Hctnntl dressed Handy Soon found himself stowed away In n soft white bed but oh HO weak and h drowsy otter all the labor of tho chase and the long long day of rneldng pain They were to bring Florenec to him now hU wife his darling Impatiently Avaltlng for the summons an he thought her at Mrs Hnyncs and he was Ntretchliig out his arms to herhit one available arm rather and fondly mur Inuring her nntue when the weary eye ti Jidn closed std numb and Impotent he drifted away into deep deep dumber There wild the doctor at lust Abeli do now i 44 lye murmured Grafton but what will the waking bo If theres no Flor coca hero tomorrow That was nn anxious night at Scdg a wick Mcrrlnm slept lute the dead and twice the young doctor fears It might be necessary to rouse him thinking that perhaps he hail sent that tiny shots of his hypodermic syringe with too heavy a charge JUitxo long ns Untidy was ignorant of his wifes mOIl cscn patio he would have slept through sheer exhaustion and weariness and his pity icinn need not hu n troubled JjImacU lY 4- tt Twice Grafton tiptoed in and the hos pitainttendantnrose at his coming and reported that the patient had not rtirred Over at Grnftons quarters however they had to deal with a less tractable creature Fanny McLanc had roused from her Swoon and was nervously ex citably Irritably wide awake de mending actually to be allowed to see Mr Merriam Even Annette was sent out of the room and Mrs Grafton had her friend and guest to herself and her tears and prayers her reproaches anti imprecations fellon hardened ears Mrs Grafton was adamant It Is mad folly to talk of such a thing Fanny she replied to every assault Mr Merriam Is far too serious ly injured to see anybody much less you who would importune him for your own selfish purposes Capt Grafton rays tho doctor liar forbidden him to everybody and he knows In the morn Ing Capt Grafton will sea him for you If the doctor will permit Whereat the widow only stormed the morennd declared with hysteric tears that they were keeping her away from Handy Merriam out of spite and hatred just at the roost critical time Hell ile hell die she cried and curry toy one safeguard with him to the gravel Sorely puzzled Mrs Grafton had to leave her once In awhile for n few min ales nt n time to consult her husband who could frequently be heard moving about the parlor or going quickly in and out of the house It wax plain that Grafton wax troubled about something besides Handy and at 11 oclock the ex planation come Up to sundown Florence Mrs Mcr rlam had not been tech or heard of at Joses ranch One of the trailers HnfTerty by none declared that Mlgnons tricks turned- suddenly to the northward and led away from the ranch and tale this maze of foothills to the right of time cantonment trait At sundown they hind reached Joses Mill hoping against loops that she would be there but no sign of her hind been seen snot Irarrowing n fresh horse HaflVrty started back to Scdg wick at the gallop to carry the news lie met the doctor with Mrs Ilnync only short distance from poses std they wtsnt on to the ranrh hoping for better tidings but bode him ride for SlAI wick with nil speed HalTerty couldI rldo week In mid week out if the horseI could stand It and Joses breathe was usedup quadruped by the time they reached tho Santa Clara There he turned him Into n ranchmans cornV and borrowed another never stopping to say 1 by your leave sir This was on the queens service in Itnffcrtys mind and no mitts property was sacred when Miiw Florences life was in volved lliixton was up timid about when the courier came and in ten minutes had reached the olllco and sent for Grafton Vhat he wished to know was had she nay reason whatever for turning stray from time beaten track mud taking to the unknown regions oft the rood nnd far to the northwest of the settlements Grafton knew of none There was indeed grave reason why she should not For 60 miles northward the Santa Clara twined and twisted through a fairlyI fertile valley once the herding round of the Navajos now wild and nl most unsettled Americans nml Mexi cans both had tried It us n stock rnngeI but American cattle and American I horses demanded n better quality of gross nnd moro of It than would serve the stomach of thrludlan pony Treaty obligations sent the Xnvajos farther into the mountains to this northwest beyond the Mesculcro but there were restless roamers who wrrr constantly ff tin reservation sometimes on paIbut oftener on mischief mid on the pre ext of trading they came recklessly ax far ns the settlement and then some bodys horses wore sure to be missing spirited stay into the foothills whither vas almost useless to follow The Navajos said till Mexlcatw wore theI thieves tho Mexicans declared them toI bo the NnvajoK and when both parties wore caught and accused with prompt unanimity both announced tint Apaches must agiln be raiding and the name of Apache covered n multitude of sins Time was when Vlctorio and Nairn led the cavalry sonic glorious chores into the Mcscalcro but both those led llblnhllR hail met their fate and agency olllclals across the Arizona lino were ready to swear that none of their once intractable followers ever thought of quitting corn or melon planting for the forbidden joys of the raid and the warpath All the same the foothills anti the valley far to the north west of the settlements were full of mystery anti danger the roaming ground of the horeethlcf and the rcnc Itt and Morrlams men just In from their long chore pointed out how the Mexican ruffians though starting originally toward the Kouthwcnt had In long wide circuit gradually worked their way northward as though making for this very region Tie lender of the gang that shot Ilrudy till Corcoran was fellow by the name of Ramon Yaldez and there was no deviltry too steep for him The news therefore that Flor once Merrlam had not reached Jones but that her trail was lost somewhere among the buttes and bowlders four miles to the eastward of that frontier refuge struck dismay to the hearts of her friends nt Scdgwlck The tidings went from lip to lip from house to house like wildfire and by midnight an entire troop bed rlddin forth with their ever ready three days rations nnd with Capt Grorge Grafton In com mand and their orders were not to re turn without Mrs Merriam or definite news of her Mrs Grafton let her husband go only with deep reluctance He was very nec essary to her now She felt the need of his support in the management of her truculent patient She had to leave the latter while assisting him in his busy preparations and she was surprised and rejoiced to see that on her return to her Fanny had become fa more calm and resigned The Indies In tinny households were still up nnd Hitting about the post tearfully forebodinglyI discussing the situation and several of them hind dropped in to speak n word with Mrs Grafton Whlttakcr and Minium being ever on the nlert to escort such parties and KO It was long after one Indeed It was nearly two oclock when at last after a final peep at her now placidly sleeping guest and leaving Annette curled up on the sofa by her mistress bedside Mrs Grafton finally sought her own pillow and slept long Into the sunshine of the following dayAwakening with n start at the sound of stirring music on the parade she found that it was after eight and guard mounting was in full blast Summon lug n servant her first question was for news of Mrs Merriam for servants always know the garrison news before their masters Not a word had been re ceived Presently she tiptoed to Fan nys room softly turned the knob and noiselessly entered There lay her guest still plunged In deep slumber hut An nette hud disappeared gone probably to the kitchen for coffee Far over nt the east where the railway crossed the barren mesa a locomotive whistle broke the silence of the desert with long ex ultant blast The blockade then was broken The first train was coming In from Cnnrron Dressing with greater haste than usual she ordered breakfast served and then went out on the piazza and looked up the row toward the Mor rinms The doctor was just coming out of the gate nnd Whittakcr who had spent the night there on watch nil thought of rivalry forgotten was standing on the top stop apparently detaining the physician with some ques tion linger for news of linndy Mrs irnfton threw her husbands cavalry capo over her shoulders and tripped briskly up time gravel walk Still sleep lug said the doctor and how Is your patientfAlso sleeping said Mrs Grafton I dont see how people can sleep so 1tolU him his wire was rono oundly nt such tinier whereat the doctor looked conscious but said noth ingAll that morning strained their eyes and rubbed their binoculars and searched tho distant foothills to the northwest hoping for the coining of couriers with news but not until after noon wore they rewarded Then coy ered with sweat anti dust a corporal of Grnftons troop role In Dr Gould and Mrs Haync were still at Joses though they feared they could he of no use there for not aslgnof Florence had been found Grafton had sent couriers on to tho Catamount with the tidings of her peril null his men in wide dispersed order were scouring the foothills long clays marches away Full half an hour the ladles grouped at lluxtons listen Ing to the soldiers description of their search and then were strolling home ward when over toward the west cud of the cavalry line arose the sound of commotion and distress An instant later as the doctor glaii turned to hasten thither a wcman drossod In do4 ost black came doorwaystops iKvoryone knew her at a glance It wax Fanny McLnne who stood there now swaying at the gate as though rasping for breath while calling Inar ticulately for aid It was hut a few sec onds before tho doctor reached her They saw him accost her briefly then go springing past her up the stops timid Into the house A moment more and Mrs Grafton with other women reached her What Iis the matter What has hap pened Fanny Why arc you here And cowering sobbing shivering she made answer Oh stop him save him Hell kill himself Itolll him his wiCc was goneToo lute Out to the stable the doctor chased for lied and room were de serted There wildly gesticulating and pointing to the open mesa was Hop Ling lie makce my saddle he mnkce tidehe mice gone he walled point Ing to where far to the west n puff of dust cloud was swiftly vanishing down Into the vailcy of the Santa Clara r CHAPTER XT Just About noon when the hospItal attendant was away at dinner the doo tor at Buxtons and Vhittaker getting n nap after his night of vigil only flop Ling was on duty over Handy Hol probably sleep until late In the after noon the doctor said when he looked In nt 11 and so perhaps he might have done Grafton before starting hind taken the responsibility of removing Florences ominous looking missive and placing It with other letters on the mantel In the little parlor He could not feel justified In hiding It entirely lIe felt that when Merriam woke the truth would have tc be told him and perhaps Florences own words might best explain her filht At all events Dr Lcavitt hind promised to be on hand to sec that the news wns not too abruptly broken lord Lcavitt counted on n long sleep and upon subsequent drowsiness and languor as the result ol his treatment Xo one hind dreamed of the possibility of such rude awakening as came Xo woman in her right senses would have ventured on the mad brained desperate measure resorted to- by Mrs Mclanr What she toped to learn whnt she cocpcctcd to gain what papers or infornifcUon she still believed him to possess why can say The pow er of reasoning dtltcn from her by the stupefying drug that vt late hind over mastered its weak and willing victim seemed to have utterly gCUe leaving in its place only something of the craft nod cunning that possess the insane No sooner was Mrs tIll ft1 out of the way than rousing suddenly Fanny hind summoned Annette luiA hastened through her toilet amid bares sipping the coffee tendered her had thrown n light wrap over her head nIl shoulders amid flitted out of the house out past the stable at tilt roar and to the amaze of the sentryon No 2 hall scurried away along the fence had easily located the Mcrrlams gate the number an which corresponded with that of their quarters and In another moment hart lot herself through the kitchen Bad diningroom mind Into the little parlor There for nfl moments she seemed to have paused and reconnoltercd Of what followed only Handy mind Hop Ling wore witnesses The latter was never able to explain it if indeed he ever could understand the situation and ns for Randy it was long before he could be induced to speak of it at nil the t 11111 comic when he had to how ever and It can be told now TO nK CONTINUKD Humility of Ccnlu The eminent scholar nod church his torian Dr Philip SchalT used to say of himself I have not genius I am simply u hard worker out what I tun I owe to God nnd to constant application keeping my wits about me Thin notable humility recalls the remark ot Sir Isaac Newton that the Only gruius he had was the ability to keep a prob lem before hum mind until ho fnw through it A Scotch clergyman wild Sir Isaac Newton Is as wool acquainted with time stars ns if ho hud bcin horn and brocht up aiming them Rut the great philosopher was much more modest in his self npprnisement I seem he wrote to have boon onlyI like n boy playing on the seashore and dl verting myself in now or then finding a smoother pebble or a prettier shell than ordinary whilst the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me Our renders will not overlook the Ictus of that modest remark Sir Isniw was always wandering on the Btushore nod always intent on finding pebbles and shells Ho that seoketh findelh Youths Companion ntrfdThere is n little Piety Hill girl who is devout in her religious observances nnd opens each days campaign of her busy young life with the Lords prayer Tho other morning after repeating give us this day our daily bread she hesitated for a moment ns if in doubt aid then An anyOwe pray Thee to make It gingerbread concluding in regular form That her faith might not be shttken she land a good deal more gingerbread that day than was good for her but nhe received a very imperative warning repealcdasithail thouJdhesehas heen going into her closet to praY and the mother is haunted with n fear sleeplenlDctrolt III men II of Access She is very frigid In her manne remarked Willie Wishlngton J I shehasnmtired1 ItWllllhlllgton ItnvnnnIIowso cohbniehlnrtCumso What caused It IIowso theboxgave mas Ilrooklyn Life- Sinking a Annie qult4nDobbs Is tlmtlo- PottsYes hes OTrthla eNS itd1 h v M Jr o A TOTAL SURPRISE 11f- It Was Caused by the Unusual e t suit of R little tans leak f less ugnnolly i 6lovelaIke J titbigt the Spanish war trout start to finish tutureoithetalk brneryItI a coward III the crowd unless the small man over in the corner who hadnt said a word could be counted SayingIme buckI down 1 aint brnggin or noth In gentlemen but that man aint grated as could make me chaw my cords Tubnukrrs good ernough for me Understand gentlemen I dont go round lookln for no wrangle but I aint gob around rennin away front It nether With which Hud settled Imck tend time four silently expectorated at the wood box with the warm glow of men mutually satisfied vith their own attributes The lg man walked back to the stave a trifle unsteadily slapping his mittens together us he came I hope said ho ye wnnt makln no observations about me he began eyvlng Hud Iiays with a glare of ho- stllitylute if ye did ye might ex well Miy Yin to my face A d oat hi Ike si lence following this announcement the big man begun again IKr niobby ye t+ as jest makin n declaration on general principles an waitln for some hotly t take it up Kf ye did Im ycr man More deathlike silence Some folks is awfulI smart that away Mobby some of yor fricns haint satisfied1 with my remarks There being no response to this the stranger become aggrieved Its a curious thing be observed t bet u iiiin cant como III whivc Chars n crowd o lazy loafers without boin insulted Why its simply onbenrable Here iciocabc man routes in mimliii his oust business an a dented orucry vlitink takes oc ision t throw slurs nt him Why durn ycr hide what dye twit n t FMMisc me stranger said Iui Hays squirming uneasily in his scat and glancing with an appealing eye at IIhc unresponsive faces of his frituds I dont remember no insults cast at nobody Oh you dont remember cm eh shouted the stranier So ye dont re member what y salt to mo about noi buln able to lickJ one side of ye llby- darn yc I never said broke in the mis tonisJied Hud hint the stranger threw his mittens on the floor and danced on themAn now Im a liar tun 1 Aint sat isfied with iiiMiltin mo mildlike so I could puss it over limit make it stronger ros Ill havo to fight ye Now lookoo litre said Hud Dont ye dispute me again roared the stronger pulling his Astrakhan overcoat dont ye do it Ill stand n whole lot but I wont be tramped on 1 by tummy yallor pup our eny of Iris llsto friends mind he glared around the llt HIJ circle of eyes that wore busily seeking the floor lint the challenge was taken up from nn unexpected quarter The quiet lit tIc man over In the corner got up and put his jnckknlfc In his pocket Youre n big bluff he said1 calmly us he stopped out in the middle of the floor amid youre afraid to fight Astonishment and apprehension were blended on the faces of the little cir cle Gild torn moment the big man stood dumfounded Then he waded In and ho llcktd th little man to n finish Yes he thud Licked him good and plenty uniiMinl and unnatural ns It may seem for the little man to got th worst of It Otherwise this story never wculd have been written Its the only tliiegIhat makes It valuable as nn unusual Inci dent CincinnatiI KnquirerI Unll1 lgg JrIIIJAllow ono egg to every two persons and boll for 20 minute Remove time shells nt once and place the yolks in a deop dish reserving the whites to ba cut into dice nnd mlxrd with the meat To Ihe cooked yolks add one raw one if the number hoes not exceed ton two if n greater number ae used aid re duct the whole to a sm x th past s with n wooden spoon or if I referred nn olastlcbladed knife but never use steel after oil and vinegar are added Add olive oil little by little stirring + tlndlly IUhutltyhnscayenne popper mustard and lemon juice to suit the taste The foundation once mode more or loss oil can hr added ns required hut as a rule slx5 eggs call for one pint Should the mix tore curdle In the process of making add n few drops of lemon juice and y little mustard and stir them well In when it will once more bpcomo smooth nrd oil can again IK added until tin lull quantity has been used Hcston Globe TnUlnB AVIvon on Trlnl It Is seriously proposed In n London newspaper tint n man should take a Tile on the sumac principle ns he en rages a house for three five or seven husbandlensurefa parliament N V Sun I N a f III fI f CiGta faff f G OfffCaij KyjTheof Free Silver I t1toi lff STILL A LIVELY CORPSE littll un Htaurrecuna ItWUIIt Stu y 1lniiteil VIivii lir Sality Burled Sr ifeoquoa ghost isnt In it a little bi- E1 tI ih biUietuilM wheu It cornea to rls i II teLtiuti blll been mrewed on good and tight bow OUfU It has been fmlrtift to th- grate e by willing hand how often 1 I LM reappeared suddenly uud iiuexpect idly tuft of lusty life to the ustunishe- 0ze 1I of its would be murderers U sear their starting eyeballsaI1 this pass ttb OJ luatheniatlcal powers to tell Oo thu Oth of November every gold bug paPer In the land Stored that a t list the deed was done the job corn plated the country saved We had I beard the lust of the fcilvcr craze The Junitfcs were Knocked out for Keeps the senate was safe for ten years the Bogle goldatundard was fntt7 oni tie country forever and a day That was the Haltering unction which the propagandists of the l ngltllliys teal of nuunce on this continent liltI to their palpitating hearts Geo Grosvenor in a burst of confi n hence and with prophetic ken trop r lag his venerable beard his eye in flue frenzy rolling declared that we would tow have u whole generation of rtpub lican presidentsl presumably from Ohio l So with wassail bout und pojiptng off fOrks and the uproarious strums ofr nuiic and much enthusiastic if mniid lin oratory the golditef celebrated tin- rake e over the corpse of bimetallism They ald to each other gleefully dia bollcally ghoulishly Its dead this time good and dead deadern n smelt dtaderu a doornail deaded ththedtuce What JS= that awful noise V Atd It was to them an awful noise the sound of bimetallism bursting frrm tin tomb with lion William K Chundler if New Hampshire Puritan Mailman republican senator In the role of chieff ot reiurrccticnist I Macbeths terror iatnt a circumstance to theirs After ill their labor and fussing and fuming tod boodling and buldcing and crow of leg and bloviating and gii7xlir and hurrahing they COMIC out of the same lole they went in at They have to be lie at the beginning and do it nil over on ijain start in ab Inltio de novo from the stump at the bottom The uiarlmliy alacrity and bitter tus with which they will damn Chand llet would eclipse the sulphurous glory cf our army in Flanders If whoI lley are keying about Chandler couldbe taken tlowt Mcnograplically it would1I make rare and racy reading but woulil J eeschuln from the mails uticertinoui icily on atcuiint of its profanii and m hitsbscenitypme but the fact remains that rrw lKnglaici senator has started I- Imnd I new debate on bimetallism tv Tblsh will be conducted nt every fire Iideln the land Now Iif some deeatedI j1tsnjrcsiftaldlugwOllldurfI I Idiocyht III e hlutnpIIreaeast the habitat of wise IIICL He ace of this high priests in the terns I mssittallsI admitwi p IsbOWDs JulIus i manyItdIbatoy 1 Itftd innitwliehI Gad toIimeliitmi Chnrdhrs luewd toad dexterity lit floating with the bt tsars billIll proverbial1 as jara 1 more convinced than ever he v T IItUlencdupolII i li t that just now it looks na If the J I J05nition of silver was far postponed v i itP3111100t 11tl tolucewe have Imported sc tblle tsartnrecOllie u Ufo III C i t other forms and we have filt+I ttaln i I tillbade i I waynebad flat tJJaltaumj Innsatedr tvn1os I cutbutil cr I lilr lust for nt contot With Inglllll lac c tel withthe d aI1ilexborrow the got d anshl I- tb to supply currency for In iud w questionI is still very much a hill lullbelieve then In the possl 1InternuUonul bimetnllisin to uchan Alrrthat1 Mould appolntaQpher com Picking active and earnest t eCharlea said fnbapseamble juit 4r n tiCy Great ofactionmj the couun Ii sinners nbroud waitforuOrentn Itpresenreund alscITrance if that cou try hud the time in the midst of 1 In troubles to consider flannel ll nt rrr It toabaniofsixteen to one nnd substitute IWllIt uLp believe Interim tionnl lcllrllII you go so fur as to advo cntc the I1LulledthernutlouIIf 11 Chnndletr accomplished in the direction of international bimetallism nm almost willing now to shy that II would advocate Independent coinage bv the United States 1 would not how rrpnhlicprutyal y to convince my republican friends th such a course was the proper our tc pursue tine swalioiv dues not make i spring Iis an old saying which convev great truth Neither do two lint in companion piece to Senator Chandler sinterview I here quote a rectal edit a rial from the ablest independent news laprrill America the Washington Post It is n gold standard paper but its ed itor keeps his finger constantly on the JrA Word with Currency IteformciV the Post says It r nndlmanlllipracrcudatecy reform miusuri 10 glwr Hit sliuitlon i careful rtvitu In order to ilttcrminr ttr llhlllntflrtheylirriiulHlti for tht pnxHnKe ol a lilll th Glendaerrqullvoterl rd men of bath parties would they put their1111 throtisir wlthuiit Incurring great rt co seriously demorollslnii the row of ottilllWev1 xatllclenttclltyrent the least tic po or fear of the defeat tlio gold area In anothur battle or III Htnndard but It eems to UK quite POKN i be to icenfvtrc the free coinage tlon with Jtiitw Ismio and with n KO at1 ninny voters who would cut looso from t fir rtpiilillcan party If that IUHUU weio forced hem The currency reform for which next 11 fission IB demanded contemplates a gurot jilutforml been tinged by Ihs reimbllenn candidate oi those who Hiippor cd film It contemplatrx the rptlrimini of the utepnlinckK nnd oolti note an aucrejate of more than J W J n prwarIn MronRIWhether lofsleal or lllofjlfal iouiul unsound nuch n propoltl n eztrtN IIn the republican party In the citadel of uin alone SStntlmiiit Is n puwtr tits to lie ivckouid with In Ipolitics i not consent lo aiKiit and has little wrmliillty to reason but It cintiols eliMenu Would It l e fIfo to dli rinad the xrcaRack sentiment In the reiuiblliati Pit by takliiK NItC 1 nctJon npafnHt that to hue of the currency as hUll never bit ti authorized hy vote of the people lint there Is nc ixipular or approved pl arit1tttl whctily the cap occasioned hy tho greet baclta ran It tilled no init the IIeRal tenders and piovld n currency In lieu thereof wiltI turn sn t llrjan iomlilpatlon lust the Isftie ley od in tan emergency Will It not also fur nMi Ihrm the rotor they need Vhat Is itucntlon which ihp Post commendr to t iiioui consideration of all who url IrIlPUI tlent for currency reform h IlllitlOlIITo have or not to hays an extra ses dn of the new congress is the gnesttc nhnss HInt is now orryinp the Lends of tl1eyour republicans The truth is now thni J tley will lines possession of the whole menimcnt alter the 4th of next March J theyl are frantically asking each tar What shall we do with t1 Theres tin rub for It that extra session what J tones theyll hUe cooling each other nust gist th nn phase As long as they 1 not control the senate they could talk splendiferously about what ant t would do If the could They appear Iin t perfectly united So soon howe er they have full swing It will be de loped that they nrMis kindly split in bnclc as were the democrats Sn cvn i carat Ihtate Already n close ob server con mark the signs of seas at tr and fends impending Some want interference in the rice trouble the south others dontI SomeiesiieI rater upon a universal landgrabbing others dont parlieulaily the venerable trod clieriiblc lions Some Ii tollingj to amend the Dingle1 hill1 1 which both ns n revenue producer and a home industry protector lots proved a failure others protest against fur tarliT tinlering notably the oeI Dinglcy Some want the goldI siandard fastened on the countryct A I dont especially Senator illiim f Chandler Some want McKInley re ruminated others dont and these lot will rally snood Thomas 0tlted the leviathan among republic And to on to the endth bitter From the day the Fifty slxth cor grass is organized it will be pull Dick devil among the republicans nnd vith the chance decidedly favorable Old HornyChamp Clarks ash Ington Letter He Wnwlnl lo Know Bartender to customer who has not nnythingSay mUter Mdyou come In here to buyu drink or are you Bboppinp Town T pI r May Rrlaar l ppro jr to Till Country 5It is pointed out that the United States ICI1rolltbCffttheyreturndreadedthenfttotnach disorders and blood diseases but there is a cure for them in Hosteller Stom ach litter Other common ailments that tho Hitters lire a specific for ore malaria Ce rcr and aqua Sold at all drug stuns 2IerrcllyPicionce knew n young man who cmokcd parocular11111 it iHihible Ves wasnKveitingACWHVery Lmv Itntcn Vli the tlosourl 1KunannSetnimonthly excunionn to the south visitICxuparalleled us to resources and pruductx and with an area exceedhiK all the ICastern anti Middle States The statistical reports of all compiled by the commissioncM Texas indicate this section os hIil1fthegreatest possible advantages in Kiuable climate and in the variety pad pro ductiveness of itsoil For further infor Illation descriptive iiiiniilileti and dates of excursions apply to 11 L Itowtlicr Dist P A CiiKiiiiuti 0 The Cornfcil Ilillomiplier TLC Mtrrcssftil statesman snid th Cornfed Philosopher must be able to standt a crel deal while he iis 1111111 ill nut to men rteflan the ibibty to lie at the same rims liuliaiMpolis Journah DetTurr of OlntnipntH for Ootnrrb Tliut Contain Mcrcrtry- f mercury will surely destroy the onso of smell and completely derange thu whole sys tau when entering it through the mucous ntirfarcs Sucli arltclcn uliould never bo used except on prescriptions front reputable jhysieiuns as the damage they will do i iften tiii foid to the good you ran ioc iby derive from thrill Halls Catarrh Cuto manufaetiirwl by FJCheiieyi CoTolrdo contains no mercury anu is taken interJ acting directly upon the blood nndI1 mucous MII tares of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Curl be sure you get wile It it taken internally and thIIII Tuleilo Onto by I d Cheney Co moniiilft free Sold by 1 Driitfjwt price 75c per bottle Halls Family Pills arc the heat oSouse SUM Sm utl IIIhrlII There iis stilln dimaml for about 21000000 vrnrofj I ittaverntiled civilixttion Hoston Jranseript xkIur Cnllforiilii Tourist i Tour1st prr con ducted llitr a Hurlii toii Koute Agcnl l evcjWednesday from St louis and Chicago to 11aN AiiKplpK and San JYiineiMo TIll route Ln1raI I siinxhine thtoiishoutS the SIirketf furIhOellllalOno Wnj to Try Tlip ingn rfanrioUfcourar you cant plrItixlyIrieml Suppose you give Wagner opera with court songs between the errs a 1iuk It iilll nn evidence of gwilneM to listen to the ailxirp and IXIHriclIll of other A teal is ahvjk bullheaded Atchison Globe Consuntptinnttnn ot t lM5j colt 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severe pain In both sides of abdomen sure feeling Iii lower rartof how uls nlso BiilTercil with dixIncHS headache and cou Id not sleep I wrote you a t letter describ frig my cusHutl I nslsinjr your advice You 2 replied tell Z lug mo just what to do I dlrccItionsenough for what it has dune for me Many thanks to you for your advice Lydia E 1lnldiamH Vegetable Com pound has cured tau and I will recom mend It to my frlcrdsDira1taltlxct- It IIoiPMAXfil2 KolandSt Canton O The condition described by Mr HofC i i than will appeal to many women ctII lots of riclc women nlrufjtflc on i their dally tailia disregarding w1thIiJIi urgent warnings until overtaken by i actual coIlnpcIJ The present Mm Plnlcltnma cspcri cnco In treating female Ills la unparal leled for years site worked aide by side with Mrs Lydia E IMnkham and for conictimos put has lid iwlo eliarrjo of the correspondence department of lies great business treating by letter nn many as a hundred thousand oiling I women during a single year 8NW itA drrur ono 1N to tfa 14E Dr Mu M v rr- JllSIO r- i rt rr cough II Not worth paying attention youhnc jhavejjrcough It annoys you also 5 because you remember that weak lunrjs is a family failing coughAtI hemorrhageAt At last extremely dif- ficultAvers dheFrilPedOIflI a r quickly conquers your llttlo coughThere doubt about the cure now Doubtcomcs neglectFor centuryAbeen curing colds nnd coughs nnd prcvcntinpconsumption It cures Consumption also If taken in time Keep one of DrAstrsCfttw rcciorai Plasters over gear II pea coogfe IlungsSpoil we send you a Iboo on this itibject rest lfJameaIIyou any rompUInt Clef it nil ilolla Iliu twt meilUal advlreynurnnwulLlroatalnwrlN i tocclrotAddrci Lilt J YonsLowcU Uit Sour Stomach tflrr I Trni InUureU lo try CA9OA- KKTN I will noverbo without theft In ttif bout Mr lass wan Inn cars bud IIhlll anil soy head nchcd and I lail tloiiiuth ituubH Now nine latItrllC lacnreu I loul lino Air wife tins alit Uktd ttieni with 1ItIIIIIa1 reouU fur tour itntnarli Jon KIIEIILISU ILL toiiercM Hi til lAiul Ma i CATHARTIC CANDY 1w t rnAULwtx nttuatinro crOUCURE CONSTIPATION rbli tturl tnrr 11tr lIIrd ftm Till Ill ICnl I 5ti00TG1lsT1+1 IADEE- it111VINCnit Yl1 SIIfUL UsrD YAUTnc ItA1P1ONSH0T5I fftHD KMC CMA POJTAL Qutt roa tsz tact futaTMTio QTALOSUS IRPEATINGARMSI 0 CATAUOQUZ3 op THOUCAHDS ot= + PLAYS P7AY9Z-i OEHT FftCi OCMT FREB- Inrccrit A urliiK nl In tin W rlU All Vlndi 1 tar lluuW tor lltinu Aiin rirnt Inriuainr ItM dew Im a JaN LrUruW Ifrrnerr tblidirn SailflatWuki lii im lni 1111 Vi ntHrl tU lrrlnl r Analrnr On rte rr Inr X llxila In H IUcrIll lIow i n ltr 11 MAMI PUKKUIfi U 1Srrl IM Mir rt 1rrv Vnrk CUy i In tlionxlr ui Mir III tlm wnrlil for hronln DJ i cvr Ituiirt Gle cii Ntrofulnu I lm Vurl roii 1letII Uiitiiiiniir l rrrre and all- Id hiirric It Heft r lIK DruvioulalliOlwiD 1rnIlJrMhL1I1lt 4- nodkUirrelNundafrymahananrtIiryn rW llMik Irrv 1 1 A rat Mrlllfll 1 CVUI 1Uiil inn t uia bjr IlraccUl r 1t ITHOUCHTLESS FOLKS HAVE THE HARDEST WORK I BUT QUICK WITTED 1 a PEOPLE U- SESAPOLIOL Yam n c Ya M1MNtA0 tOSM NaW I e t NQWDtSCOVeftYltfvw t- plckrNrrrblearsaYDROPS t rrarrtratArra 1ww N If an ALu KB 1742 ifJtVUUX VMITINW AItVIIIr I IeM ta I 9MI MOT Iks YIMIwr S ftttfc Aft tt u A 4 ty J irt r VA it vz r y ti41 t- rj1 d j I or IW 1 t r fa J fsjs of 1 r I THE HERALD trt- iFElf CER COOPER Editor 1 HAZEL GREENS KY THURSDAY Mardi 23 ISDn FOR GOVERNOR P WAT HARDIN OF HARRODSBURO uu + nnOnnl8mEnt + 0 For Hliilii Aiiilltor- VTa nro nuthorlxcd to announcn JOHN II UJIKNAUIT of MnillHiin county UN u errs dilate for Auditor of Kentucky subject to the action of tlio Democratic convention lu 1800 TIIK jjooBObono indicates thai Goobol is a gone gosling in tho gubernatorial gntnu KBNTIWKV novor 1ms is not now nor ovor will bo und r tho nocoHsi ty of importing statesmen If ho lias not iilrondy un inkling of this fact Mr Goobol will learn it at LouiHvil lo on tho 21st1 of Juno next LAin COOK of Doughty House Richmond Sit rroy Knglnnd has our thanks for n copy of Womnn liood a London inngaxino for ludioH in which wo lliul many en tertaining articles and much instructive information AKTKII all tho UopkiiiHvillo con vention proves to luivo boon con trollod by thu frionds of Oonoral HardinnotwitliHtanding tho Stone mon claimed to hold till balance of powor1I tiis gratifyingi to note also that too + hul wan not in it FIIOM tho 1aduoah papora it is learned that our old friend C B Hillof Winchester candidato for Secretary of State is mooting with much encouragement in that sec tion Hroilc Hill will carry ovary thing in this HOC lion where ho iH well and favorably known Tin burning of tho Windsor ho tol in Now York on Friday last was tho most horriblo holacaust that over happened in thin Country Eleven persons wore burned jumpingfrontfatally injured null JO are missing TUB Morcor candidate for gover nor embodied all tho food elements of Democracy long since eschewed tho evil ones and his iindividuali os outohoon is as bright as burnished gold Thats Wat1 Ami ho will bo a Hardin to Goobol up or Stone to doathovon by pothoimo and ring politioans TIIUOUGH tho incendiary utter ances of Senator Googol and tho bullying of Jack Chinn Governor Bradley was a few years ago com pelled to call out Sato troops thereby increasing the white mans burden of taxation and willihnrdlyoffice of governor Nit Mu GOKUKI would porhnps get closer to tho gubernatorial chair in his native state of Ohio than ho possibly can in Kentucky There his brothers who are thomsolvos Republican partisans and brand him as n ronogado from tho same camp recognizing the relationship might fealty to fnmil- rido and nitItfm to tho goal of his ambition a EDITOII TUUNKII of tho Sentinel Democrat reckons without reason whop ho says the Tonth district is for Mr Goobol for governor As tho mouthpiece of tim Montgomery t Democracy ho may bo authorized to make ouch an assertion But information upon which wo can r absolutely rosy reinforced by our own individual investigation and owloyod obsorvationprompta us to proclaim that Gen PWat Hardin 1 4 will carry ovory county in this dis y triot with the possible exception l t t plyAw y tD tW lk of Montgomery If ho still thinks otherwise wo will wager him a flno Stotson that tho gontlomnn named carries 10 of tho 10 counties and we will treat to Old Taylor if ho takes tho but WHILK Squire Tumor in radically runsin his diagnosis of tho Dem ocratic situation in this district in regard to Limo gubernatorial race ho is admirably astute as to audi tor John B Chonault tho MucH son candidate will certainly got tho vote of ovory county in this district and wo believe in tho Olli also tho other candidates being unknown or unheard of Among tho candidates for auditor Mr Chonault is our noarost neighbor a gun thorium withal and a splendid follow socially Sagograss scrubs novor go back on a neighbor nor forsako n friend Knowing him an tho ono and believing him to bo the other wo arc for him first last nod all tho time Written for Tin HiiiAU Tho Iloroos San Juan Jt is with profound pleasure that wo note tho promotion of two of our Kontu ky boys viz Matthew J Long and W CPtutllice1I Those two young uteri horn and roared in tho rugged climo of their fore fathers surrounded by an atmos phere of liberty and enjoying the privileges and blessings that only In free country elm afford espoused tho cause of the oppressed and long persecuted Cubans and by their indomitable courage and un surpassed heroism wore among tho most conspicuous characters that figured in tho worldrenowned bit tie of San Juan Their regiment placed ill frontwithstood Limo storm ofshot and shell until many were ruthlessly slain but not until they had paved tho way fur the victory that was so dearly bought M J Long withstood tho tide of loath and destruction for six hours when ho was wounded in the nock but with tho courage timid viol of a Greek ho fought valiantly until shocked by tho explosion of a shell ho was homo to tho roar Ills comrade moro fortunate than ho fought tho battb through without going disabled displaying such bravery as in worthy of tho name of his native state Too much cannot ho said in praise of those two soldiers who by merit and not by influence have won for themselves honors of which thoir mountain homos may bo proud and knowing thorn to bo of the material that makes honor ed citizens stud staunch and brave soldiers wo predict for thorn bright or laurels to bo woven for their brows officially and sothilly In about three months time those young men were promoted from privates tto corporals and from corporals to sergeants which speaks wolf for them as very fow make such rapid progress in HO short a time All hull to tlio heroes hnive- To the victors of inn Junii i Higher still nutty they ellnih To tho topmost rowed If they eau Tho hope and tho pride of our hearts Cheers three ehctr for tho two i Kind thouuhts vo ithvnyH will hnvo For tho tleur brave boys In hltu 11 Y A KlilRND Goobol and Chinn It is not to bo supposed for one moment that Mr Goobol know of Jack Chinns contemplated attack on Mr Bronston notwithstanding Mr Bronston visited tho hotel at tho request of Mr Goobol Nevertheless Goobol owed it to himself to protect his invited guost from personal attacks from his intimate associates and politi cal assistants The occasion was one that again disgraces tho state Mr Chinn is just now most active in politics and ho is ono of MrGoobols most efficient aids lint Kentucky is getting dospor ntely tired of Goobelism anti Chittnism mho vast majority of our pooplo are lawabiding people and they rarely go armed MrI Bronston supposed it perfectly safe to visit Mr Goobol unarmed as most people would All that has been said to tho contrary tho pooplo nro noithor boisterous nor bloodthirsty and theyare getting nroqiingthomLouisville Post TO CURE A COIU IN UNIT IKVY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Ul druirgiats refund money if it falls toI cure 2oc The genuine has L B Q ODI each tablet l Fletue Explain Tho Goobolitos Bro now claiming that if any gubernatorial candidate was tho winner bt Fridays convention at Hopkinsvillo it must havo boon Stone JWill Limo gentlemen please ox plain Gfubols friends forced tho holding of tin convention Goobol was there with his frilltdslj CioebolH friends worked until th very moment when time convention was called to order to secure sumo advantage for Goobol- Tho convention practically repudiated Goobol and it ignored IStono Stone was not a factor in tiny HOIISO of tho word Tho fight was between llardin and Goobol The socalled Stono mon wore ra ted in the convention not upon their proforonco for Stone but up on their prefereneo for either llar dinI or GolKl with Stone out of the way Tim Hardin Werw 11111- tl lIt1l1itilnl victory Cinchl was beaten Stone forgotten Yet the Goebelites say Stone was tlii winner Louisville 1ost n CON NAUGHT 2D3512 ThU 111111111 Fiiili h Ihu kncy vtallinn iiuH rtiIIIl tu tin IIliitcil stiitiM on tale 8 IWII will iiniku the NiiiMin of 1MK nt the HtahlcN of John II 1ieratt at Jlnel irecn Ky nt the evtriinely low price hlood atilt bounty cIlsbitlrellof S6 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Or 5 To Insure A Maro In Foal money due when the lad In ascertained In Lllhtr ciist1 A lein on the colt will ho re tained tier tho aciiHon money fwd In event the inuru is traded IIIIIIr bred to nether horse the money will then hoI due Every care will taken to prevent aceldenlH hut 1 will not ho rettponilblo should they occurDESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE CONNAlmiT Nil MI1 in u beautiful ins full 10 hands high blaok mauve wad tall good fitylo and aetlon and a fine road Ntcr It years old this spring He wits sired by Vietorof Iteelly Isii iliuii Ilonnle 1125 by HiKhllyer loon Victor of Reality 1M7 by Kfliaiuviiiir Congress Kil Uilhuiro Iii7 lyonlideueu lW ilum by JU lleiiian 070- NOTK Ills comideto jiedixreo cover many crux eS of tlie thomnuhbred and coach Iior ehlut IIt too lull to iiote llroedtTx ore invited In coilgad sco him and examine his nedluree at toy stables Kcspeet fully JI JI IMKHATT FRED J HEINT- ZMilOti Jeweler mIttlctl is Watches Clocks Jewelry Diamonds SILVERWARE OPTICAL GOODS Solid Gold and Silver Medals and Class Pins C3y Unoxcollocl Repairing Facilities 115 B Main sint LEXINGTON KY Prlco List for Watch tell Clock Uopairing Cleaning Wateh Anierioitii make JlpiO1 II 1 Old lKiiglUh Lever gds Main1 Spring 150 Cleaning Clock Amtsr S day lJS to II french make-I II Xioklo alarm stylo 50 Main sping in clock Amor make 100 11 II French make ifie Mending soldering Gold Spectacles ilSIlfic 1 to SteelI 1 2c pO Kc nlnni Jewelry aceordlnj to nature of repairs New plus fitted into brooches pine 15c Hc ROBINSON OF BEATTYVJLLE IKY tT- HIt l lJtUGUJDSlUO- IHlRTOI Kentucky Cider Vinegar Works LOUISNILLK KY Ir Your patronage U respectfully solicited J TAYLOR DAY Wholesale and Retail dealer In General Merchandise Lumber Rent Estate d Also President Hnzol Green FairI nnd Driving Pnrk Association and the Farmers Exchange M efi Ir c Greatest Clothing Sal In the History of the Trade At Louis Gus Straus 1 tk lxingtous leaning Glotniuu House Wo arc bally overstocked in every 1cpartmentJl propose to sell you lllglHi when you want them HUll when the 111 1 t I rJJ JVSTt TH i A GOOD WAKM OArERc at 11O utJitti A tanuiiliil satinlined Kersey overcoat fin a lmade worth SJWK at 112CO 250 Boys AllWool Scot Suits double breasted sizes 5 to 1C years worth 4Itt C suit Ueautful blue and black cheviots double breasted to 20 years old worth 10at 5 Kemeinber we have clothing for the Workingman Farmer JJankor SVc do not carry cheap trashy goo hut represent such lint tultuturers as Alfred Benjamin C I Strous JJros Feehheimer Keifer Co and all the leachi manufacturers of the United States You cannot afford miss this sale as you may never have another chance inyo lifetime 11c ere agents forIt Xewbur h Xeverllip Pants a will unc you 10 per gent oil on all goods Jjeautiful Natural AVool Undershirts and Drawc t worth i 1 11 a suit The best Fleecelined Undershirts and Drawers woi E i2 at i la suit 100 doon Fancy1 Shirts made by Hulchinson Pierce i Co at 7u cents ITrice never named heretofore and woi 8150 b intil8t LOUIS CUS STRAUS Lexingtons Leading Clothiers x TRAININNTJ i fEED STABLE iI- ll I i44 It I have opened III rninliHg mid Keed Stable and rlllleclon hand plenty of and n full supply of niiiiliH and traps Parties coming from u distance who may d horses pastured fur a few lays or weeks can have tho but pasture at reasonable r- atLiVEY h I 6l T1 a1ESj l I I Also for tho convenience nnd ad modation of guests of tho Day Hou J lintel Green stud L Park Hotel ntTon r I have opened nearby two firstclaw II f Htables where I will keep buggies it horses stud hacks for hire at all times sons wishing n vehicle to meet then McCnuHny can telephone me and harp desired vehicle or saddle horso prompt I will also havo a lull supply of hi t for hire to cl rll 111 111 ers which will b cenrgu el eareiui drivers nod for which they cancontrnct by the tiny for any lens i tiuie BBSS Persons Intending to visit1 Day and Swnngo Springs will be met at ei ttrfv Metauiey or Torient with team and driver mid I will have pleasure inn ping water for them whenever desired Day and Swango water fresh stud free on ice and tap for guests at L Park Hok J TAYLOR DAA HR- s I Fe 1L4YON JRT- ae Leading gRge1I of Easter KeflIuc Ollicos Bonttyvillo Jackson Hnzel Green lodW1 lrOI1lIdOliAGENCY RESTORED L NHODDPnOel WO rho great ruettrforner 1jwtbfnaoriMtManhoodImMltnnc 0 IcUrtensaalIitlonAnnl bOLnIoOfe1pllr t sal j r Ld l Pq I r r I 1 J 1 j jOODS I JifldxlS JlOUSO tllo tor K Il 1t i r and rues biliousness Bid H hratl cliv JTautullcc nnusca Indlsoof tlou etc They uro In valuable to prevent u cold or break up n lover Mild gentle certain they uro worth your confidence Purely vegetable they can bo tuken by children or delicate women I1IooatColLowell or by nnillog C Mass THE MEIALD Red River Valley Railway Cos TIME CARD rTrain loaves McCaiisey nt 0 oclnrk n in s connectliii with train Iii IJiptlnvcll fir jilt Sterling llotiiriiinirI leavis Uuthwi II IIt41m JAMES ARIlluthwull Ky M =Charley IJnckhanuon was in Maytown Tuesday There was a good leg tide in Redriver Saturday Miss Kddio Daniel has boon quite sick tho past week 12d Taulbco made a flying trip to JJlack water yesterday Chap Swango oft t Liberty visited friends here MOIIdnyi 10 Trimble who was in our midst last week returned homo Suurlay MM S n Kash who has been quite sick for two weeks past is improving Wanted =To trade a yearly subscrip tion to fIn HHIIAMI fur U male shoat Howl Vaughn and Ioono Littoral liavo been quite sick at the IIonic this week L= Mr and Mrs CJ lh Nashof near hazel Green were in our midst last week Born to the wife of Andy Blanken hhip Thursday last a boy Dr Nickel officiated I want about 00 clapboards to cover smuke bouse Cull at lliiiAin oilier SIINCIH CooiKit- Wea C Taulbeo passed throughour city Monday enroule lo Ml Sterlingi KentuckyCharley Rose will please accept the thanks of tho editor for a mess of angel loud last week Mrs John Davis has been confined to her room for four weeks past but at this writing is improving K J McLiu leaves today for Torrent and is undecided whether ho will curie to Hazel Green to live Thos Mayno representing tit Ball Warficld Drug Company was in town Tuesday and Wednesday Mr J F Shafer a liratclasa printer recently with till Bourbon SVnii VYcUy News has accepted a situationj a i Tin JlKKAM Little Robert Cord hUll been confined to his home and bed for two weeks from an injury to his kneecap but we arc glad to atiito that he isi improving nicely LOOK OUT for tho fat signs of I blood Hoods an aparili ie your safeguard It will purify enrich and vitalize your BLOOD The many friends of Mrs Lou Day rnpidlyi mutter of tune when she will bo herself again Seine fifteen or twenty pupils of II G A have had tho measles in the past two mouths but arc now well mid are at their work again in the school room At the regular services of the Chris linn church on Sunday tho topic for sermons will heliTho Lords Require menu at It1 n in and BclshajwarH Feast at 7UO p m Dr Mason Rash was summoned to Jackson by telegraph last week to see his laughter Mrs Floyd Day and is yet with her She was reported some better Tuesday but is not yet out of danger Dr Taulbco was summoned to Mo Cituioy Tuesday night tliseo Rally Bailey who fell on a running saw and lacerated tho gastrocnemus muscle of hits leg Two of his children being wick ho did not get away until ore oclock yesterday morningi Roy W A Hosteller will preach at Oillmoro school louse on tho Hist of this month at 11 oclock a in and at curly candle light in the evening Mr HOB tetteter ia president of the Methodist Protestant church and said to ho a fro pulpit orator Everybody invited Henry Pieratt tolls us that a man ate two cans of cove oysters one dozen eggs and three boxes of sardines in bit fltoro one night last week nod then wetted to ponchesHeat home for a row days and felt a little bit lank A ofClintinMenlfeofromIzeliligginsandinvolyedintercrennthenletalongthoDaudicrtvweredemandedsutissfaction fromnmand rlldUI1 notloadr opinonnot belowthoi ofthethe toleavea while others will onfrondlyteromSnG1haspnMpirii i tort uf the NchL TIIIIIIdb1I1 Ihi hciii IHT aloeflyi IIfI I pntnv Hchnol in noighboring counties to attract pupils from II G A has had tho opposite llllIIVon cannot build up by tearing others down HazelGreeneach month at Lacy creek on tho sec tlacfourth willbeSiindav April irand 15 Tho residing presentAllall the services llrs IHildn I lu of thillllml is visit jug in Ciiifinnati this fleck in inmpaiiy with Miss Laura IJawlings of Jackson FloydI4ay incinnati looking at the styles etc sifter wliirli she will visiti frionds in Lexington for n week mid during time limo spoilt attach place she will take in all tilt styles and be prepared to present them to tier customers John II Rose ucuoiupanied by John Evans left Satutday morning for Louis ville where he will lay in a bran new stuck of general merchandise including the latest lines in dress and dry goods notions etc lip hopes to open about April Imimd invites the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to call multi look over his stock which he assures them will be strictly up to date and cheap as dirt CSoah Taylor time colored driver for 11 bay now has a bran new wagon of the Rose C Davis make with the word Noah in big letters on time tide boards mud he is as proud of it im a boy of his first pair of red top boots A Michigan man who was at Torrent Ian week tied a blue ribbon on it as being the best wagon ho timid seen in Kentucky Mrs Nannie lardreymcsts DM to av that slit1 is prcparidl tu do sill kimU of suwiugasiilGill bo thankful for all tim- ework in tint Iline she can got Mr Clark as our rendcrs generally know is II widow Idly depending entirely upon her own labor fern living sod the peo plo of this section should at least give her a Miaro of their patronage From nmv until 1mo 20th of April wo gill mi ivc ytiirly subscriptions to Till lliiiAlD iiini time Twicca Week Courier Journal or time Louisville Weekly Dis pUchat tho low price of 100 a year ii- IIr wo will Hid the inriunat1 ICniiiiror lJallill V is the tiny In subscribe rAilW MEN JVJmnTCjmis of all the pain- andslcknessfrom which women cuffcr Is caused by weakness cr derangement in the organs o- fmcnstruatIon NearlyI always when a woman is not well these organs are affected But when they are strong and healthy a woman Is very seldom sick VJiil 4 oflirdui Is natures provision for the regu lation of tlio menstrual function It cures all female troubles It ta equally effective for the girl In her teensI he young wife with do mestic and maternal cares and the woman approaching tho period known as the Change of Life Thy all need It They are all bcncllttcd by It 0For tWca In cases re ulrlnr epcclil symptomlthThe Chattanooga Medlclro Co CfcatU BOOCI Tenn THOS I COOPER Tupelo MILL eayH Mr cuter uflcrod from very Irregular and painful menstruation and doctors could not rellevo her Wino of Cardul cnllrelr cured nd alto helped II botter torough the chang 01 We I ITUE HERALD tliia week Is a sample ot 1 endeavorweekwill Trimblobythe1 nets at time Christian church in particular 1rof Cord has just completed the nicest and sliest substantial plank walk in front of Isis residence that was over built in tho town People who contemplate building anything of the kind should take pattern from it II F Hillunmyers spring announco meat reached us too Into for this issue perIIIplants vines or anything of that kind write to him for ills spring catalogue Wcs Taulbco who was recently honor ably discharged as n sergeant of the Sixth IT S IIIIflIIt leftTuesdny morn i joiniiI i I I i Iwo months ofv i lll civil life was all he could stand Wonderful arc lime cures by llooda Sarsaparilla niul yet it is only because us the one true blood purifier it makes pure rich healthy lifegiving blood Hoods PiIIsrmtho liver amid bowels net easily yet pruinutlv 2fie Irogramme fur the first annual enter tainment by the Hazel Green Alumni Association to ho hell at tho Hazel Green Academy June 10 I81U 1 Music U Opening Address J IL Hivangn- II ItfiiUsontativu IfJ ri AdiiniH I 4111 Cart Mlc titI II 117 II It one IIII II JS H 1 Day 7 Aliiinni Basket by Mish Lulu KUHI S AddrubH to UnduntvH PresMCouuaught 2nd 3512 Conusamghtnd 112 now making the sensor at John Pioralts stable is a fine individual possessing the finest action slug natural style of missy horse in the country The Hackney is noted the world over for style action and endur once having been bred for lf0 years to timid aim as will be seen Shales iltt IKnglish Hackney Stud was foaled 1705 By cximining Connaughts pedigree you will find Norfolk hero IN the sire of Hellefounder C5 imported into the U K in i2to be the grandsirc of Itysdykes Hambletonian 111 the king of trotting sires The Norwich Mercury of Nov 8 lSOr describes a match between time dam of Bellefotinder M mill a hIIIO named Donbtnl which was decided in fsuvorof the mare Tlio distance trotted was IM miles in an hour anti had to turn around sixteen times Mr Minions hackney horse trotted 7H Milts in seven hours surd three minutes with two men Jn a top btjrgy from Lebanon to Danville send had over fortynino long hills and was nut hurt in the least Vc do not believe these ISO years of KnglandH study and close breeding lusts been in vain but have produced tho best high class and general utility horses the world has over seen Crll and BCD Con naught at MrI 1ieratls stable Do You Want to Make Money 11000 flii y imll jiurWrctc riiinriirlfil tIlfrNIHItu1IIOjiliir line of fast selling books nod HililiS ever issuedi by any IIOIISD tptoilale quirk e Hern lute fclnil prliux llliernl tcrnix end nir Iriiling are the liulucuiiiuntH wo tiller rcillts given and freights paid We want you with tIN Dont make your plntiN 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of Honey Natures to a and The exilic 1 mucus Is i cause that Is and I theseIBOLD ALL 100 r PIniTirHoMyJ Produce C f I TorlPS r wd ooa or + o44a not tho unco NO tho F ntarlit ttudenli and G II MAIONKY J1 ADAMS MALONEY is ADAMS SILVERSMITHS AND JEWELERS IKK CITY WOLFE COUNTY KY Repair Clocks Jcwolry of nil lowest prices Watchu Riess kinds Kt the And guarantee untldfactlon in nil cases Special attention to order by 101111IO I ij t JttAttorney ai Law COLLCCTJOKH A SPKOIALTY AND flee TURNH PnoMrmT MAD+ 451 W JEMEBBON STREET j LOUI6VILLE Ix lIlflferenoo J Taylor Day hazel Oda w r t HERALD JOJlrxotTDUill i MIST aUtl elms rfVo i r- i IIw f ttit a titt titY tits i s i t I It- t- Ii iII I I I 1 l III i fi f I II II I i 41- i II 17 skir 1 s 44 I eL tv t t n 1i j A r 4 i I I 1k 7t 7tRx 4t s JJ I THE jtj I t t SPENCER COOPER Publitber HAZEL GREEN s s s i t KY A SONG OF THE TWILIGHT A gentle breeze From southern seaa Watts landward with Its store Of jaitnlno from a tropic shore White clouds set sail Nights wimpled veil Is flecked with burnished gold And tints of ruby manifold Far through the west All crimson drost The evening star burns clear A melting trembling liquid tear Or fire which soon must qulvrlntr sink Donoath the flood of dying skies As If a radiant cherub tossed A flashing gem from paradise I Thou art I ween Oh lambent queen With sllvry face unmarred Gods faithful guide for Ills eleot That journey heavenward Sam Kendrick Abbott In Atlanta Consti tutlon tAlitf4ll 1 1tf3lflrltFlYl2l iltc1l7fY Uncle Davids Grievance j the Montreal express had WHO past Owls Mend stntlon up In the Adlrondncldi with the pluw in front of the engine ftndlng the snow to either tide of the truck like the bone in the mouth of nn Atlantic liner the guides stamped the snow front their Louts and settled down on the benches around the stove to talk over election How dues It happen Uncle Davltl said Tote Jiippey to old 11I r Shorter that you aint been to the polio these ten year an more an every election we send the ugoll for you reglarly When you catch your Uncle David acnitint a vote In the Mate of Voo York Iete you just mulct a note of It nnd Uncle JJuvid Opened his big hitch horn handled knife and began to strop it deliberately on his boot top Whatcher got against votln Uncle Dave I Not bin at all against votln ns vot in but the state of Noo York aint treated me u iinre an Im not ngoln to help her out with my vote not by a ilarn Bight an just make a note of that for your Uncle David Mr Shorter tested the edge of his knife with his thumb and the result not being satisfactory he reKiiiiied his stropping The Mate of Noo York rubbed me of 100 12 year ago an until 1 get that back with Interest they can send nil the darned old wagon In the county to me on lee ion day tint they wont get my vote Just IV year ago next month the Mate of Nooi York fined me 100 for klllin II buck cut of MIIM I That was the biggest buck 1 ever sec lie weighed 3111 pounds drewd an lib horns were biggern ells The great Mate of Noo York accused mo of kill I ii hint out of season an I had to pity the tone Didnt I shunt him Course tint lie shot himself by his own darned care lessncfts but I had no witnesses an 1 couldnt prove It It wits this way an 1 ailAUlUID illS TAIL just make n note of It an when Im lend an gone you tell it to your buys ns a timing provide this railroad dont drive nil the deer utter the woods There wits n dreatfnll full of snow that lccclllbeluudwhlnlt crusted over 1 went out looking for spruce gum Just by wiy of company 1 tool along that ole carbine Pete which IIsold three your ago to Joe iiirner That Mas 11 powerful shootin gun for Its size now I can tell you 1 hadnt no notion of fieeln deer but there was lots of bear signs round in the full old rut ten logs tore apart an such like an I took the old carbine along just In case 101JIIIIeightI feet deep down in the gully The crust was Strung until I got down there an then qiiickern u log drive it dropped with me an down I went till my head was covered with snow I tried to climb out but It was no go livery time Id get up SOB I could grub the crust It would break with me an down Id go Then 1 hollered but there want U dnrucd soul within three miles of mean I knew It While 1 WUB Ithinking It all over I heard u crackling on the crust thtit sounded like Bomethin approach ing on a trot like The first thing I knew a whopping big buck poked his note over the hole where I was nn keD with a snort as he wur me he tried to Jump acres Be most made it but hit hind quarter sunk back an see tag my chance I grubbed his tall before he could stick 1 up with one hand an 1 clung to my old carbine with the other I can remember now just how 1 felt as tle old buck with me ns n handicap struggled to pull his hind quarters out of that hole nnd every time his hoofs hit me they tore my nhoutlItthrashed around a powerful lot I clung to him like grim death cause 1 knew that it was my only chance to get out of the hole The old buck he worked tin tits celled an kicked like n good one an the fust thing I knew IIWIIS out of the hole an ntravelln at the rate of a mile a minute ncllnglng to that bucks tall 1 throughthewent so fast that I was hanging out straight from the buck with my feet dear oft the crust Use but that old fellow Will n swift runner He was a heiidln toward Owls lend all right an thinks I to myselfso long as he goes in my direction an 1 can hold on Ill holdou see Id gotten kinder used to the motion by this time nn so long as I could keep clear of his heels I was pretty comfortable IEvery once In awhile he would give me n kick with his hind feet an I would let out n yell that would mike him jump as if 1 uses- an electric battery If you fellows want to travel fut Just hitch on be hind n big buck make n note of It a big lade We must a cleared shout two miles across the country IIn this fashion when I saw out of the corner of my eye 11111 In mils old line fence right ahead That meant trouble for one of us 1 dont believe that buck ennui raise us both over thnt fence an it was 1113 opinion hed nut attempt It That was where I didnt know my buck The old buy sailed for the fence Ilike a bird an just1 ns he wan goln over the iiMinl thing happened to my old carbine What was that Why say how ninny people are shot every year by trying to pull n loaded gun over the fence Iust make a note ot it when you lien the num her Its a drentfully diingrrnu thing to do and 1 knew It but I couldnt scup that buck 111 season or out of MIIMJII lie swung me clear of the ground nn just as we was availing over 1113 gun caught on the top rail an was this charged sending the bullet clean through that bucks heart It all happened toqulek that I didnt sense It at Urn us we came down in the snow together When I did I felt nervy ous for 1 knew the deer season was closed Now I ask yell what could I clol That hitch had count to hisI death through carelessness There was no use crying about ItUII he was a beauty 1 went home and brought lade the sled for him returning kinder quiet utter dark Jason an me had IIIeIII little lawsuit over n sugar camp an went an made complaint on me of shootin a deer out o MIIMMI It was a darn mean trick sing I11got even with him latter They took your Uncle David Shorter to court an a lot of pesky1 law yet s asked me more quest ionsn a cen sus taker Jason he swore as how he see tint buck nhanging by my house We admitted It Then they put your Uncle David on the Maud an I tote till truth just as 1 tell you now A lot of those village galoots whod never fullest through the crust was on the jury tit tunnyInI loellplfromtall they Just situ there an grinned like Sam Jacksons oldest boy did before they sent him to the idiot asylum Id like to see how much grill 11111 theyd do If they was allyin throhgh the air with no better holt than n bucksI tall an him umovin lively Just make u note of that now I told that jury how lint careless buck haul dragged me an the gun over the fence an the gun got caught on the rtll an discharged Itself If anyone was to be blamed for klllin that buck say I It was Jason who built the line fence That would be justice says 1 an make a note of it What did they do Why the jury convicted me with out leiivln their seats because Jason swore that the hole in that bucks hide was in the head The II1olollntlnlIttol ney fcaUl that he hated to discredit me but he said ndmittin that 1 Ivies it lilt igiii on the bucks tall as 1 was how could IIshoot him through the head An 1 swore thus 1 had shut him through the heart It mile me blush for my race to hear a mint talk silly lilac that When Hint old buck was uilearln the rhea he looked around oeighburly like to see how 1 was comln dung an just then the gun went otV That prosccut In attorney didnt lknow my old ear bine an its shootin qualities The but let started through the bucks head an the buck turned his head around so quick that it kept right on down his neck till it pierced his heart Wouldnt say though that hed figured that out for himself The court lined me 100 which 1 paid and 1 says to the judge judge says Ititls flue is almost as bad us call In me u liar You represent the great an tovrlu state of Noo York tin you can count me out on runnin it ns long payItknow it I did fy ugosh though Jason didnt think I could an I aint been to the polls since 1 was robbed an it will cost the state of Noo York just 100 with 12 years interest to get my vote un just make a note of that Uncle David Shorter closed his buck horn handled knife with a snap tvhich indicated that he had nothing more to say and then he walked out and start ed through the snow toward Mountain View Fur a Methdlst commented Pete Ouppey Uncle David nlnt so slow nn his story reminds me but the stn tlon agents kindly hint that a freight train was due in two minutes inter rupted fete and the guides hurried outside to watch it go byN YSun A MEDIEVAL GUILD It Inuluilril In Hi Mo in IIP mil Ip tin Adult Iuiiiilntlun of a WIioU 1urUli A correspondent of the English Guardian gives an Interesting accounl of the account book of u church guild which dates back to prereformatlou times Such account books are rare and so our renders tiny be Interested to learn of its contents especially IK these days when church guilds are si much III vogue The parish U Hard well Suffolk The membership of the guild inch sid cd probably the whole adult popula tion of the village men and women and also the vicar about 130 in number The squire would doubtless have beec entered In the guild had there been out resident The officers were First the alderman Wtio was president atu who wits elected annually the saint person never holding the pot for twr years running The vear war never elected to this post Second the chip lain who was nut the vicar of the pir isle although the vicar wits a iicmbci of the guild Third the cook w how s salaried and hail free privileges Fourth it minstrel with the same salI ary as the cook together with an aim lowance of cheese Fifth twi guard ians of the light of St Peter and tw guardians of the light of the sepul cherThe light of St Peter was the tight kept horning perpetually before the re served host The liepiteher light was r- light set upon a grave after the inter ment of any member of the guild fat at least the first month and sometime for a whole year utter the finiral it served ns a reminder to pass trsby tc pray for the deceased The guild possessed the following df ft1 rent kinds of property First a horn of cows which was let out annually tc the members n loci of shcvp v I huli was managed In the same way n build lug known as the guild hall tlis build I itt is still standing being used as ai aliushniiM a large number of dishes platters Uicers spits etc There was also a consdcrable quantity of silvct Iplate and there are to be noted thru1 banners of St Peter which seem ic have teen costly The object of thug guild was three fold First beneficial the hiring out of the property of the guild to its mem hers not only brought in an innome tthe guild but also made it a ktd of en operative society and so printable u the members Secondly there was the social element this was Indicated by the pnsession of a great hall and the utensils necessary for n banquet tas well as till olllccs of conk and minstrel all of which things tend to show thai the guild knew how to enjv Ilself ThirdlyI there was the religious fea ture which was marked by provision which we lave nlrendy tinted Allowing for certain differences in religion and worship after nil how much of our modern parochial Institu tlnuallsm Is like to this ancient guild Times however have so far changed that the church guild will luuillyever again become the chief social unction of a lIll1gor Its cooperative associa lion as was the character of the an dent institution St Louis ICcpublic No Tltui In IIIHO A lady tells this story of the ubiqui tons American tourist She happened to reach Ithe door of Warwick castle a minute or two after a Yankee who Wilt Lent on doing the place and pending the arrivalI of a cicerone found him busily studying his guide look When the doorkeeper made his appearance the American asked in a quick busiI uess like tone Have you that famous vase ttlllt Yes sIIalts the reply And the table that cost JL 10000 Yes sir And have you still that likeness ol Charles 1 by Vandyke Ohl8 sir said the doorkeeper theymitt all here Wont you come in and see them No thanks replied the American I will take them till us per catalogue I have got to see Coventry with th three churches today and I Itut to visit St rat ford an 1von and sleep in Ircamlngton tonight nnd I guess Ill hue to be in Sheffield tomorrow morn lag on business Ho many thanks till the same but I will take thou sill us pct catalogue liood morning And snatching up his umbrella ue hurried away TitHits Trial by Jllrln Siberia Trial by jurytubs rsUiblisheii In Si herbs on January 1 by a ukuse of thi czar THE SENATORIAL INSTINCT A Detroit Cat That Vas Likened Unto the Lusurluua- StnhmRu HI guess I just about have the blueribbon eat IItor cclrccI onc 01 bigttout here- that a lctrolt dCJlot We had 11 months lie neverwas a favorite for did anything worse than to whip an occa liional clog that callie about or scratch sonic kid that wanted to carry him oil Hut he became fat lazy self hiluortot acid impudent He asserted a right to be on top of the desks and resented the noise of a typewriter when he wanted to take hisII afternoon nap So another of the boys and myself slipped Tom into a box car and sent hini to Chicago There was no chance for him to escape for it was a tight box car with the doors sealed and hilled through Two weeks later there came a carload of furniture from Chicago and after it had been shunted to a side track the work of un loading was begun The men scattered when they saw a pair of fiery eyes working toward them through chair legs and over carpet rolls While they were arming themselves with coupling pins in order to resisti the atItack of some wild critter a long lean hungrylooking cat sprang out blinked till he became accustomed to the light and then trotted to my office There he gave me an uglyJ leer winked at the clerks and curled on a window sill in the sun I accepted old Tom and now call him Senator I Why Senator Because he knew a good thing and was 10 ccxious to get hackDelroit Free Press How It llntipencil The police magistrate eyed the priosner sterolnYon were arrested he said for assaulting the player of a street piano What is your defense1- 1ehl your honor I was just getting home after having been out all night with a sink friend My wife was waiting for me in no friendly frame of mind The daio tame along ntdstarted playing Tlirrtill lie n Hot Time in the Old Town TonightI KO I took it us a personal matter ami proceeded to put n dent in his features The cops hur rued up and pinched the dago and his piano and I Well you urged his honor I was carried away with the music said the 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the v rpptTt beerin the run drugstti I mCompany fillycentson request MIXTURE SMOKING Not TVYsadle by a TRUST ar- COJVIBINE I Qom IITT t MYERS TOBACCO COME Yt Manufacture I t A t ri- M r ri J n t 1 1 r I f v d o NOBLE WOMANHOOD pTalmage Draws Lessons from an unnamed Bible Character gtt Good annHUc Set Forth The- paad UP the SIuttleTIe Great of Christian CUarDei acterltlcaL Scripturecharacter whose name is not given becomes the subject of Dr- images sermon in which lie sets forth the qualities ot good and noble womanhood text II Kings 4SElislu pissed to Shunem where was a great oman counterThe oldenrillepost then be entertained at private abode Here comes Klisha a servant of the Lord or a Divine mission and he must find shelter A balcony overlook lae the valley of Esdrnelon is offered house and it U klm in a private espe ally furnished for his pecupaneya chair to sit on a table from whIch to eat a candlestick by which to read and i bed on which to slumber the whole establishment belonging to a great and ood woman Her husband it seems was a godly man but he was entirely jyewhadowed by his wlfer excellences lost as now you sometimes find in a kousehold the wife the center of dig tlty and Influence antI power not by my arrogance or presumption but by nperior intellect and force of moral tature wielding domestic affairs find at the tame time supervising all financial Lushness affairs The wifes hand on- t shuttle or the banking house or le worldly business You see hundreds of men who are sue Msful only because there is a reason atone why they are successful If a afar tarry a good honest soul he makes his fortune If he marry a fool the Lord tip him The wife may be the silent jtrtner in the firm there may be only usculine voices down en exchange bat there oftentimes comes from the home circle a potential and elevating in Jcence This woman of my text vnz tie superior of her husband lie as far al can understand was what we often e lu our day a man of large fortune ud only a modicum of brain intensely del sitting a long while in the same ace without moving hand or foot if ton say1es responding Tcs if ou say No responding Noinane jts half shut mouth wide open main lining his position in society only be iiise he has a large patrimony Hut it wife my text says was a great Oman Her name liu no come down Jos She belonged to that eoJ ction 1I people who need no name to dis i guish them What would title of liches or princess or queen what ojld escutcheon or gleaming diadem to this woman of my text who by tr intelligence and her behavior cha tages the admiration of all ages Long fitr the brilliant women of the court J Louis XV have been forgotten and k brilliant women of the court of nln have been forgotten antI the bril iat woman who sat on the throne of Mill have been forgotten some indfathcr will put on his spectacles id holding the book the other side the jbt read to his grandchildren the Of J of this great wonton of Shunem 10 was to kind and courteous and hittlao to the good prophet Elishu Ibe was a great woman lathe first place she was great in her pitalltles Uncivilized and barbar nations have this virtue Jupiter dthe surname of the Hospitable and was said especially to avenge the ttugi of strangers Homer extolled la his verse The Arabs are punctill 11 on this subject and among some of lr tribes it is not until the ninth day tarrying that the occupant has a M to ask his guest Who antit- race art thou If this virtue is so I uughtIJfe in the Bible which commands Iouse hospitality one towurd un w without grudging Olcourse 1 do not mean under this offragrante to place ranging their whole life perhaps under the auspices of e benevolenst or philanthropic so quartering themselves on Chris trunksdehallWng There is many a country rage that looks out week by week the wagoncreakingpldeted ausofW h theborbootIreligloumptthisbcautlManeuCh yourtiadregality your U the friend or the stranger that th4lbItO your reception the reitera grasp and by look and by n W attentions insignificant at of your earnestness of wel nppreciationvelcome timechair5 Shunem Most beautiful itmin thisgraceof InthethatIchurcbuwhere Ihavethere was standInand theo aisleNoflushed and excited and embarrassed he start halftl1ledenterediton Ihn look say1Vellway thehouseI every would maintain large Christian influ bySabbathtian hospitality westinnight and storm find he put in at a cabin He saw firearms along the beams of the cabin and he felt alarmed He did not know but that he had fallen into a den of thieves lie sat there greatly perturbed After awhile the man of the house came home with a gun on 11s shoulder and set It down in a corner Tie stranger was still more alarmed After awhile the man of the house whispered with his wife and the stranger thought his destruction was being planned Then the man of the house caner forward and said to tics stranger Stranger we are a rough and rude people out here and we work livingbynightfall we are tired nnd we are apt to go to bed early timid before retiring we are always in the habit of reading a chapter from the Word of God and making a prayer If you dont like such things if you will just step outside the door until we get through Ill be greatly obliged to you Of course the stran oldIblesslngof God upon his household and upon the stranger withic thwTgatcs IJudc but glorious Christian hospitality Again this v outfit of my text was great in her kindness toward Cos messenger KlUlm may have beet n stranger in thus household but as she found out he mine come on a Divine mis sion he was coidially welcomed We have n great miiiiy books in our tiny about the hardships of ministers timid the trials of Christian ministers 1 wish somebody would write a book about the joys of the Christian minis ter clout the sympathies all around him about the kimlncsa about the genial con ideratiotsof him Does sore row come to our hume and is there n shadow on the cradle there arc item drills of hands to hep and many who weary not through the night watching and hundreds of pray rs going up that Odd would restore the sick Is there a burning brimming cup of calamity placed on the pastors table Are there not many to help him drink of that cup timid who will not be comforted becausu he is stricken Oh for tomebody to write a book abort the rewards of the Christian ministry about his sur roundings of Christian sympathy This woman of the text wars QnIJ a type of thousands of men and women who conic down from mansion and from cot to do kindness to the Lords servants I could tell you of something that you might think a romance A young moan graduated front New Brunswick theological seminary was called to a village church lie had not the means to furnish the parsonage After three or four weeks of preaching a committee of the officers of the church waited on him and told him he looked tired and thought he had better take a vacation of a few days The young pastor tool it as un intimation that his work was done or not acceptable lie took the vacation und at the end of u few days come back when an old elder said There is the key of the parsonage We leave been cleaning it up You had better go up nnd look tit it So the young pastor took the key went up to the parsonage opened the door und lot it was carpeted and tinre was a hatrack all ready for the canes and umbrellas and the overcoats and on the left hand of the hull was the parlor sofued chaired pictured He passed on to the other side of the hall and there was the study table in the center of the floor with stationery up on it bookshelves built long ranges of new volumes far beyond the reach of the means of the young pastor many of these volumes The young pastor went upstairs anti found nil the sleeping apartments tarnished come downstairs and entered the pantry amid there were the spices and the coffees and the sugars and the groceries for sIx months lIe went down Into time cellar and there was the coal for the coming winter Ile went into the dining hall und there was the tumble already set the glass und the silver ware He went Into the kitchen and there were all the culinary implements and a great stove The young pastor lifted one lid of the stove and he found the fuel all ready for ignition Tutting back time cover of the stove he saw In another part of it a lucifer match and nil that young man hind to do in starting to keep house was to strike the match You tell me that is pocryphal Oh not tint was my own experience Olt time kindness the enlarged sympathies sometimes cluster Shuneministryra had to pay the Ibills but It waa the largehearted Christian woman of Shun em that looked after the Lords messengerAgain woman of the text was great In her behavior under trouble Her only son had died on her lap Avery bright light went out In bat household The sacred writer puts itI very tersely when he says He sat on her knee until noon und then he died Yet the writer goes on to say that the exclaimed It is welll Gren tin tros perlty this woman was great in trouble Where are the feet that hove not been blistered on the trot sands of this great Sahara Where arc the soldiers that have not bent under the burden of grief Where is the ship sailing over glassy tea that has not Jiftcr awhile been caught In n cyclone Where Iis- tle garden of earthly comfort but trou ble hath hitched up its fiery and pant ing team and gone through it with burning plowshare of disaster Under the pelting of ages of suffering the great heart of the world has burst with woe Navigators tell us about the rivers and the Amazon nnd the Danube an I the Mississippi have been explored limit who eon tell the depth or the length of the great river of sorrow made up of tears and blood rolling through all lands und all ages bearing the wreck o families and of communities and of empires foaming writhing boiling with the agonies of 0000 years Etna Coopaxi and Vesuvius have been de scribed but who ever has sketched the volcano of suffering retching up from I1 depths the lava nnd scoria and pour ing them down time sides to whelm na tions Oh if I could gather nil the heartstrings the broken heartstrings Into a harp I would play on it n dirge such as was never sounded Mythologists tell us of gorgon and centaur and Titan and geologists tell us of extinct species of monsters hut greater tuna gorgon or megatherium nnd not belonging to the realm of fable and not of an extinct species a monster with nn Iron jaw and a hundred iron hoofs has walked across the nations and history and poetry and sculpture in their attempt to sketch It and describe it have seemid f sweat great drops of blood nut thank God there are those who can conquer as this woman of the text con quered and say It Is well though my property be gone though my children be gone though my home be broken ir though my health be sacrificed it Is well it IIs well There Is no storm on the sea but Christ is eady to rise in time hinder part of the ship und hush it There is no darkness but the constella thou of Gods eternal love can illumine it and though the winter ones out of tin northern sky you hays sometimes seen that northern sky nil ablaze with auroras which seem to say Come up this way up this way arc thrones of light and sera of sapphire and the splendor of an eternal heaven Come up this way We may like ships by tempest be tossed On perilous deeps but cannot be lost Though Satan enrage the wind amid the tide The promise assures us the Lord will pro vide Again this woman of my text was great in her application to domestic duties Every picture is a home pic ture whether she is entertaining nn KHsha or whether she is giving careful attention to her sick boy or whether she is appealing for the restoration of her property Every picture in her case is one of domesticity Those are not dis ciples of the Shuncmltc woman who going out to attend to outside chad ties neglect the duty of home the duty of wife of mother of daughter No faithfulness in public benefaction can ever atone for domestic negligence There has been tinny a mother who by Indefatigable toll has reared a large family of children equipping them for the duties of life with good manners and large Intelligence nnd Christian principle starting then out who hats done more for time world than many n woman whose name has sounded through the centuries 1 remember wince Kossuth was In this country there were some ladles who got honorable reputations by presenting him very gracefully with bouquets of flowers on public occasions Hut what was all that compared with the plain Hungarian mother who gave to truth and clvllia tlon nnd the cause of universal liberty a Kossuth Yes this woman of my text was great in her simplicity When this prophet wanted to reward her for her hospitality by asking sonic prefer ment from the king what did she tiayl She declined it She said I dwell among my own people as much as to say I am satisfied with my lot All 1 want is my family and my friends around me I dwell among my own peopleOh what n rebuke to the strife for precedence in all ages How many there are who want to get great nrchl tecture and homes furnished with all art nil painting ail statuary who have not enough taste to distinguish be tween Gothic and Byzantine and who could not tell a figure In plaster of parts from Palmers White Captive rind would not know a boys penciling from BIcrstudts Yosemite Men who buy large libraries by the square foot buying these libraries when they have scarcely enough education to pick out the day of the month in the almanac Ob how ninny there are striving to have things as well as their neighbor InIed and business flans thrown into bank ruptcy nnd men of reputed honeity rush Into astounding forgeries Of course 1 say nothing against refinement or culture Splendor of abode sumptu ousness of diet lavtabncss in art neatness in apparel there is nothing against them In the Bible or out of the Bible God does not want us to prefer mud hovel to English cottage or untanned sheepskin to French broadcloth ori husks to pineapple or the clumsiness of n boor to the manners of a gentleman God who strung the bench with tinted shell and the grass of the field with the dews of the night nUll hath ex quisitcly tinged morning cloud and robin redbreast wants us to keep our eye open to all beautiful sights and our car open to all beautiful cadences mute our heart open to all elevating sen timents Hut what I want to impress upon you my hearers is that you ought not to inventory the luxuries of life among the indlspensablcs and you ought not to depreciate this woman of the text who when offered kingly preferment responded I dwell among my own people Yen this woman of the text was great in her piety Just rend the chapter after you go home Faith in God and she was not ashamed to talk about it before idolaters Ah woman will never appreciate what she owes to Christianity until she prows and sees the degradation of her sex under paganism and Mohammedanism Her very birth considered a misfortune Sold like cattle on the Uinmhlcs Slave of nil work and at lust her body fuel for the funeral pyre of her hus band Above the shriek of the fire w or- sluipersin India nnd above the rumbling of the juggernauts 1 hear the million voiced groan of wronged insulted brokenhearted downtrodden woman tier tears have fallen In time Nile and Tigris the La Plata and on the steppes of Turtary She has been dishonored in Turkish garden mad Persian palace and Spanish AHinmbra Her little ones have been sacrificed In the mitts and the Ganges There is not a groan or a dungeon or an island or a mountain or a river or n lake or n sea but could tell a story of the outrages Inaped upon her Hut thanks to God this glorious Christianity comes forth nnd all tit chains of this vassalage are snapped und she rises from ignominy to exalted sphere and becomes the affectionate daughter the gentle wife the honored mother the useful Christian Oh if Christianity has done so much for wom an surely woman will become its most ardent advocate and its subllmcst exem plification PRESIDENTS WEDDING GIFT SllItht Admiral Snniii iin Daiiulitcr un UrlKliinl Dlxpntili iron Suntluwo Among all the costly presents he stowed upon Olive Farrington Sampson at her marriage to Henry Harrington Scott site values none so munch as u coiled and crumpled piece of yellow pa per I canoe from President McKlnley accompanied by an autograph letter ex pressing the presidents regret that iii engagements prevented him from be- Ing present at the wedding Ills gift was the telegraphic mcssngo delivered to Secretary Long Informing the cation over Admiral Sampsons name that Cervcras fleet hud been destroyed oil SantiagoAll guests hail to see this histor ical memento All were loud In praise of Mr McKinley for his delicacy in thinking of such a gift for the daughter of the victor The bride said that she would hasten to have it handsomely mounted and framed in order that it might be preserved as an heirlooom for future generations STOOD GUARD TWO WEEKS VUcntiNlti DIIK n IrUoner lint Snug That lie linn True Sport liiK Illooil Kben Soiithwlck a farmer of Squaw Creek Vi while out rabbit hunting two wet ago lost a valuable dog The lust lit IW of the animal he was htreaknig It matter a rabbit The other diy while passing n hollow tree anoth er hunter heard a whining noise and his Investigation resulted in the dlscov cry of the dog wedged Into a hole In time log that was apparently not unit large enough to admit his body The dog humid been in this position for two eels without a morsel of food Wliec released he was hardly able to stand nevertheless he proved himself to have genuine sporting blood in his veins for no sooner hunt the hunter released him than he made another effort to place his head In limbo The hunter discov ered that the rabbit was still in time log and captured him Cure of I2Ici tiniitln U The Venezuelan Herald announces that the natives of Cucutta on the frontier of Venezuela and Colombia have discovered n cure for clephantia Ills in an herb called tuatuu or fraile jou This dreadful disease has hlthcrtp been regarded OB incurable and If titers Is any truth in the report from Cucut to which Is vouched for by n priest the information may prove of great value to the medical world The most rrpidly growing of German cities is Uuweldorf Twelve years ago it had 100000 inhabitants TodDY It has 190000 SUMATRA TOBACCO How the lfttLef Ja Caltt hId rothe Market la tki V Islands Sumatra upon the equator the half way house of the world is one of time most beautifully situated of the later of the sunnier seas The high moun tain ridges on the west slope down and spread out 4n great green plaits to thee fertile eastern coasts where the low- svvnmat the waters edge breed fatal germs of tropical cJUease Time large settlements and most of the attractive districts are on the west coast the hula rising steeply from the ocean Hero VhrivcH luxuriantly time coffee tree Kenr nell on the straits of Malacca largo areas have been devoted to toImcco culture On the lower east const estates more tuna 43000 coolies toll with the ardor known only to time gc in proof people in this malarial laud The wild mountaineers of Sumatra are In striking contrast to the gentle Juvuncito When the Dutch would hnvo conquered them they retired to their mountain fastnesses and waited for malaria to lay low the European foe As Been In Sumatra tobacco planting which is the principal agricultural in dtiKtry is described ns carried on iii the most picturesque way in the world The jungle is first cleared and this iltcostly and dllllcult undertaking When the ground has been laid as bare ilK pos sible by felling trees and firing thu un dergrowtli the whole area is plowed by buffalo teams Thin must be con stnntly carried on us tobacco can only be grown for one year mid then the ground must be allowed to rest for eight or ton years After plowing tho land must be thoroughly drained by means of expensive canals Time to bncoo seed is sown in the spring and carefully protected from the mm by rucaiiH of netting When a certain development has biiii reached the young plants nro planted at equal distances apart Thu tobacco plant arrives nt maturity about the end of June After the leaves Intro been gathered they are dried In enor mous sheds Those sheds lire con structed most artistically of wood bamboo and matting timid are provided mill around the sides with adjustable mnts for regulating the supply of nir to insure perfect drying It Is the busi ness of the Kling coolies to build thcso sheds ami to keep the roads In order The tobacco IIK then store pressed sorted and packed and finally piled in the buffalo wagons for shipment It 1 is takrn to llcluwan situ from here will find its way to all qiiartcrsof the globe It will be treated in factories by mod ern machinery wlll he handled by nil sorts and conditions of men tad women and finally smoked by careless prosaic men who know nothing of the sum mel isles of Eden to whom Sumatra ou poorly semis is but a name The Sumatran loaf Is never used to make a whole cigar limit because of UK beauty and regularity it is much used to make the outside of time Havana Manila American and German whatever cigars they may astenslbly be called Chicago Chronlcle- RESTRICTIONS ON TRADES Curious HIXHIIIICIIN of I Kl lntlon la fircut llrllnlu In the Olden Tliiifn There ure many instances of curious acts panned in connection with restrictions on trades and professions and in Home cases an clement of humor enters Into theta when judged by the stand ards of today The want of conlldencu In lawyers which rightly or wrongly is somewhat commonly entertained U tit least as old an the time of Henry VI for an net was patted In 1401 to re duce the number of attorneys in tutu eastern counties The net shows that there were upward of 80 such in Norfolk nail Suffolk nnd their number were mercilessly reduced to six in Norfolk six in Suffolk gad two in Norwich A statute of Henry VII 1480 enacted thut no butcher should slaughter cut tie in any walled towna restriction likewise extended to Cambridge An though the gambling of the South sea bubble period hall east its shadow before an act of 1097 strove to limit the number and restrain the ill practices of brokers tumid Mock jobbers and after the disaster of that time another act in 1734 aimed at preventing certain infamous practices of stock jobbing A law not of restriction limit of relief wan tout of 1712 exempting apothe curries from serving the olllcos of constable scavenger and other parish du ties and from liability of being called upon to act ou juries A bill that paused into law in 1721 provided against jour neymen shoemakers pawning boctt shoes leather and other materials nnd CNtnblUhlng rules for regulating them The matter of servants certificates of character is still a burning question land an act of 1702 sought to prevent the fraud of counterfeiting them Several laws passed in Knglnnti and Scotland had empowcrd justices of tthe peace to fix the wages and piece work of arti ficers and other workers and this ar bitrary power was withdrawn under George III 1813CornhlhLMagazine- o Quitting TINe Get a couple oMiowemen to talking horse and there ii no telling wbrii they will quJtWhahlngtoDIa Dew ocMtrf 2 i1 t r te 1 i at Ak J I r- 1 Ia I r r- iIi j ii- f tI tj 1t l I Ij t 4 I i ia iI I 1- atl I kl 1a ta rJtt iJ J YW i sdt+t 1 r x- t o i f t 1 1 VJ t 01 t t hwT i F 3- t i f t I t 1 rFE rFi rFr rFi r If xc- y3 w I f 4- r Vo c 1 yuelesi of lieThe kidneys are reoponiible for more Icknew Buffering and deaths than any Other of the body A mNJorlty of the Ills mictlnp people today liu traceable to kidney trouble It pervades all slat es of society in nil climates regardless of ago sex or cond tlon Tho symptoms of kidney trouble Bro unmistakable such at rheumatism nei ralgla sleeplessness pain or dull ache iin the back a dealro to urinate often day or night profti8o or ecnuty supply Uric acid or brickdustdcposfl in urine fire signs of clogged kidneys cnuMn poisoned and germ filled Liu ul Some times the heart acts badly and tube casts wauiiigof the kidneys are found in the urine which if neglected will result in Brights Dlscnae the most dangerous form of kidney trouble All tho symptoms nol conditions arc promptly removed under the influence of Dr lKilmers Swnmp Knot It hM ni worldwide reputation fords wniulcifii cures of the mot distressing cables No OliO need be ong without It nil it iis an cnsy to got nt any drug utoro ntfi cent or 1 You can have n snrnpli bottle of this wonderful discovery Swamp Root nnd n book telling till about it both went to you iihiuiliitrlj free by snail Send your nddren to Or Kilmer fe Co Hinghnmpton N Y alld kindly mention that you rend this liberal offer in the IlA7ir QRKKX HKHAID 8entlncMcmncnt JOHN A JOYCE Writes Entertainingly of Mon and Mat torsUow Thoa Y FitzpatrIck Hoodoood Spoakor Rood 1 see a few of your bright Kentucky Congressmen still lingering around the Department tied hotel lobbies nnioti them the hrilliunt Berry andI Iuur own Htnlwart Tom Fitzpatrick nnd gcnin Juu Jiiackburn gazes once morn nt the bonnto sllo of time Capitol where 1octii Justice mud Destiny huve promised to land him Well as tar as Im concerned as nn Irish Kentucky logical Republican knowing there is no clnnco for the tin deralgned to wnrm his anatomy in tin Uotigrotwioiwl divans MI in hpcak like linrkim Im willin that jolly nnd generous Jon shall gitthnr Tom Fitzpatrick played n nico tries on Tom Keed our Czar when ho put tho Hlg Handy in tho Jtivor nnd Harbor bill for nonrly half n million dollars Jlo Kilr must hove hoodooed time man from Maine hocatixe the lloiixe np rojrliition wru only half this nmonnt yet in the dying hours of Congress Tom Jnfloolnxed till Senate bysome oflmis liens horns or moonshine mountnin dozy inntrpulrtUniHl That Duck from Iriiitoubnrg has ii way of hatching out KicciM It ho not iii door knob + hel produce goslliH John Allen of Mississippii lea lien cllmllllllglofhiugers of midnight sesnlonH hit it is a dead cccrct trot tllIIU told outside of lIlIgillgeneral nnatomy with icu water aidI I Kentucky Trimmings It is n sad thing to BCO tho mountain district of tho llig Sandy return n Democrat by an in creased majority and that too by the veto ofulll HoMiers who have received frequent and increased Ipensions by time inlloons of rum Fitzpntrick Dick Wood ought to keep his eyo on tho Big SandyJOIIMI C I1 The Company IIo Keeps rime unprovoked attack on Hronsto is n good indication of what wo mini ex poet in tho present cnmpnignIImu dirty methods that will bo used will Hiiamo tho Devil and cause him to forev mutinyforwants no ono in his realms capable of dividing tho honors of iniquity with him Kindred spirits are drawn togeth er by an nfUnity that IIs irrcsi table You can tell tho caliber of n man by tho nssistJIImGoobel rll1llingOoobolin regard to cheap school hook how very much tho distinguished candidate did nut do for tho bill while it was in tho Senate Not Well then just think how ho pushed tho election bill through against the tremendous odds against it nod bow ho got everything through thnt ho wanted to go In tho face of all tho facts do you believe that be tho Penn uylvanian without fatally or property in this State caress for anything save his own interests or that lie stays awake nights planning to help tho poor chil dren of the State That hint Goeucl Frcnchburg Agitator Mr Woodson Senator Goebel ought to call down his particular friend Mr Prey Woodsoti of tho Otvenaboro Messenger Sinco Wood son hll9 RoUon to IV National VW11I 111 I tccmnti from Kentucky bo imagines bos sonto pumpkins in the Democratic field and seems to think it his special privilege to berate and abuse every Democratic editor who doesnt talk to suit Uroy Mayavlllo Bulletin Miss Wilkina1 Now Book In April Miss Mary K Wilkins latest story liTho Taincsons In tho Country which is now running in Tho Ladies Homo Journal will bo published in book form byxtho Doubleday McClure Com pany of New York Old papers 20c a hundred v I COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0 tigTo insure insertion ALL corres pondence must be in this office by Monday night of each week and 1 that nearby on Monday morning o SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS We gladly welcome ihe dear old IlKnAli in our midst again for we sadly miwed its pretence during tho long winter uvening that have just passed over us the coldest this coiinty his known for years We sin cerely hope the editor tiny rcpnin his health to much so that we may never be robbed of time pleasure of perusing its IICWBJ colutntis again soon Mrs A U Swnnpo has been suffering with granulnted eyelids for tome tine Jut Is better nt this writing Four of Lucy creeks bright young belles gave time Spring ft call Inst week Hnrrlson Swaiigo nttended church at Ifuzul Urccn Sunday Mr nnd Mrs W II Swnngo visited in Daviboro Siimlny Jimmy siieceMM crown the every efliirt of Tin HintAii IN the wishI of Can TOLIVER TOPICS Glad to receive TIn II KltAMi lignin Willie Kimli of Hnzcl Green was In Tol liver Monday Howard Mnnnin is moving to Hruxhy fork of Heaver James Klkins sold hit form to J II Me Xalili for 500 Mr Klkins will move to Heaver Gnrlund Dennis of 1Kiel was vfaitingI in Tolliver Sunday 5cor 1I Nell has moved to upper Long broach Klders Jolmson Moore Miitinin Vocmn and others huve jusl closed an interesting meeting nt upper Long branch Henry Murphy ol iniMV creek left Sun day morning for Hut Springs fur ills health March 20 SlllMiit DAYSBOUO DOINGS J H Sebastian went to Hazel Green Sat unlay Willie Alexander went to Hazel Green MondayMrs I X Lacy is visiting her son II Clay Lacy C H Ainyx went to lliuol Jruen Mundny if this week O W Cecil of jrassy Creek was in Daynhoro Monday MrsI Francis Fallen1 has been visiting nt Leo City for a few guys John Giblets the poultry iiiitn returned from time city lie day this week Item II C Adams was in this neighbor hooil on litisiness out dray lust week II II rIll II McCluro and family were visiting nt Lee City from Saturday until Monday leorge BllllhIIf Lacy creek was ironnd in this vicinity Mmidiiy on business MrsI Jordan WillIII Xlnvtown was vift ing her daughter Mrs Niekell this week IL IK One jinstnd through Dnyslioro Iriday on his WilY to llrealliitt eounty on a visit Koliert Iis Menifoe eounty llmisWeek Imtuosuumu11iui with the buys James Iney1r1 of Laey ereekt did not net to drink nay Swnngo Wilier Sunday us be tailed to gut across the river An not the waters of Salt creel better by far March Ifl5 CiiAUin GILLMORE GLEANINGS las IL Vest huts been cinfined to his house fur several days with lugri pe Aunt Peggy Minion iIs yeti ring consider ails with n chronic sure on the head similar to cancer culled ecitina II I Dykes was yesterday taken by J C- It Little deputy idicrin betore Judge Cell hrH at Campion to be tried for the lunatic nsyliim He Is n raving mnnine Ve are very sorry so see item in such n eondition He wns always n very civil well behaved lioy never drink0mg nay whisky as time writer hay any knowledge of nor using nny bad language at nny time Ills conversa tutu now iiccm to run in a religious chum eel telling every ono to trust in the Lord Moying has been the order ol the tiny for lometime past ireen Iuekett of Green llrier Iis moving to Laurel Creek this county Hreck Hack and Harlandl Pratt lusty removed to Hunting Creek Asbury honks boight the Itreck flak fIfIllIlIlIIIlSI mated in Lee bunks and family bus eased the Isaac hock farm and moved In Nuthau Tylerl l has muted to Dan TolHvers arm on Lacey creek Italic Clark of Tol liver who way here on temporary business his moved hark SS ItOIlI and family ivlll move to Jackson soon as tint waters md mud will permit where 11 r joso will take charge out livery stable as boss iimna g Ier for S S Taulbee We wish them good luck timid success maid commend them to the citizens of time town of Jackson mid sur oundlng country March 18 UxnK UiCMirs MORGAN COUNTY MAYTOWN MISSIVES N 11 Lyons is In Mt Sterling this week on buslniMis Dr Nolney Nickell of Kzel was In May town Saturday Horn to the wife of James Little Friday the lth 11 girl Mrs Linn Sample from near Chambers station is visiting relatives here Harvey Nlckel lull Yesterday morning larch 18 for Cincinnati Ohio tl r Phclp our successful miller has licen in Hazel Green time last three days Jordan Wills Is now one of our most Ilicient mid welcome neighbors in Mny town Mm Hello Mnnker is on the sick list this Ilk The sick of our town are improving nicely Mrs Jordan Wills has just returned from n weeks visit to relatives cud friends near Bagel Greco Tho singing sdlooliwhllh has heed sue cessfuily Spears closed Thursday March 16th much to the regret of time class March 20 IlAZKt EYKS CONSOLATION CHAT Mrs C Q Ixing who his been cnfineil to her room since last fall is now in n crit lonl sondiUon with consumption FYLoDfiIAwingt 5000 feet of plonk a ready to move to the FIcrntt farm J M Carter taught a successful writing school nt Consolation and dosed out Sat urdayJ Motley will leave for Ohio this week where he will remain this summer at work Horn to the wife of A J Blankcnthip on time 14th lust a girl George Byrd Is certainly married no doubtMeasles and Ingrlppc are raging In this vlI chilly March 20 Tilt DKAKH Defends Hardln In Mr Goebels canvass for the Gov ernorship it teems to be a nightmare retlplll1liibilityIf he can get the people hot in the collar about corporations mind have him self firmly imbedded in the public mind ns the relentless persecutor of soulless organizations mud his competitor regarded an their cringing ally he mny modest Iv cherish the hope that the gubernator ial chair is hisn Hut he might have searched long time and not have found It wore unpromising subject to bang such a charge upon thou Gen Hnrdin Our fellow citizen is no fool nnd he has Tong IIgo nppronded the truth that it is a mighty good thing for a political to be on very chilly terms with corporation and has HO governed himself lo these ninny years The Hnrrotl burg Democrat Gen Hnrdinfl home paper answers Senator Goebcls charge in tho above good tem pcrcd but convincing manner English when uniring with rheumatism was ad vised to try Chamberlains Pain Halm lie Nays A few applications of this liniment proved of great sere co to me It subdued tho infiammntion nnd re lieved tho pniii Should any sum flirer profit by givinir Pain Halm n trial it will please me For sale by 111ay Conservatism Should Control Some of tho Democratic lenders and editors of till State seem ti have forgotten thnt it takes a united party to win in Kentucky As time StanfordIll IeinucrncyktasittlllInow amid cotiMrvntism trust hire vtillMaysvilleI I Iliillctini Ilev 111 Wallon went to Jackson Thursday of hie t week returning Monf tiny 1J u r WIGES OF SINRR- A Book forYounn and Old i OUR r VIE CURE 1 RECORD rrERVOUS CsUL 1878 IBLOOD 250000 SKIN DISEASED PRIVATE k PK 1 MEN DISEASES 2ICURED iIi tjS 250000 CURED natureYOUNGwlioit iciuirtiiit of tun trrrlwo crime you wore committing llldyononly consitler I the lIclllntlIlK nlluremonts of this 011Ihabit When too late to nvoM the f rlhlo resnlts nero your ryes opened your lCril1 litl you later on in toIhood ccintraetnny rillI VATi or 11 IUU illirnaoV WcroolllIreo11 Do you now pymptom5tiaratllll1 Von know 11 ICli IATJIKU hi Mi SON If married nro 011 con I ttantiy hiving in dread 1btanrriaro n lthlltlwlhroll1l1nccollntcfnnYrcnlt fness caused liy early nbuo or later ex f ccnctl have you been ilniRRcd with g mercury This booklet will point out to p RIIIIlollltOllt Ij MKNT wilt jwjltlvcly euro you It brl y P R lmnthOlY U ANY CPKAUM CASKI OH NO PAY IP Wo trent mid curtf EMISSIONS L VAUICOdKTi SYPHILIS OIKIIT fSTHICTUUK IMPOTKNCY KK CHUT HitA INS INNATlHAI IllS pit AltiliS KlUNKVoml DLAUDKH illfca r- iCURES GUARANTEED t Time Wni11 of Sin rent frco bIStK enclose Lo etamp COXStLTATION KllKRI If unnblo to Call write for StKi 1IIEATMENTiis OUKBTTON BLANK for liOMK KENNEDY KERGAN 122 W FOURTH STREET T CINCINNATI O N Anyone scnding n sketch anti doscrlptinn mil qutckl1 nacertntii our opinion tree whether an Ihrcntlon Is prc nhlr r tentallo Coramunlr lions utrlctlyeotidiloiitlal Uandbookon IAtenU rent fan OMMt nconey for vecunnir patents rntenM taken t rough JIunn A Co recvlT tpteial notlef In tbo Scientific jflttaican A handsomely Illnitrntod weekly Ijumost eln cuUtlon of any clcnttflp lonrnnj Tens M a cart ft Sold by all nowidnaler UNN rio i3 iB RrNew tk llce CIII F at tJOB fftINTliNQI 8 mtJ1 J ENVELOPES NOTEHEADS BILLHEADS LETTERHEADS SALEBILLS PROGRAMS CIRCULARS CATALOGS MINUTES c c Tgy We have Three Fast Presses a Power Paper Cutter and 40 Years Experience enables us to Court Com parison and Defy Competition When you want PRINTING come and see us Respectfully c SPENCER COOPER GREENBACKS or Government Money At close of our Civil War in 1865 there appeared in the London Times the following policyAmerican Republic during the late Civil War in that country should be come indurated down to a fixture then that government will furnish its money without cost It will have a1l1 the money that is necessary to carry on its trade and commerce It will precedentmthe world The brain and wealth of AmericaITHAT GOVERNMENT MUST BE DESTROYED OR IT WILL DE STROY EVERY MONARCHY ON THIS GLOBE The famous Hazzard circular to BucllIandIinIGermany at 1500000 were the agents that se cured the closing of our mints against silver IThe U walk into my parlor policy of England during and since the Spanish War is the latest evidence of English Diplomacy in shaping the destiny of the United States Govern mentNotwithstanding the famine price of wheat the Spanish War and fabu lous expenditures of money by our goldhasper and all other values decreased in the proportionFor understanding of the money question or silver issue uniformlygivenexplain and produce all facts and truth It is a paper that ought and pleasure Hair StoreWe have in stock n full line of Hair Switches from 100 to 1000 each Wigs linipireCombsl StllIIpellUnells changingtheby mail will receive prompt attention MRS M A KKTCIHS- rtpper and Cliurch Sts Lexington Ky T OILIX A HASH ATTORNEYatLAWHAZEL Will in tSall h ROSEfDAVIS TIIIJ BIacoRSmHQS AN I W nOQMIIlaRers Have 110 time to write an ad this week but desire to announce that they are still at the old stand and ready and willing at all times to do any work in their line for cash or prompt paying customers Those indebted to the firm will please be considerate enough to call and settle at once as we need money to run our business and must have what is due us ts payour own debts FRUITS FLOWERS SHADE TfiP HfiiP BrooQ Wnropripolff- Zt llu Dluuulduu pluulluul eee Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Fruits and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Vines Small Fruits Rhubnrd Aspargus and all stock grown in Nurseriefl Prices reasonable as we employ no agents applicationtionH F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY PlIOSK 2 78IEJ I i 1ost i No Ii Hills 1 I-II t Ion this vnlll I 1I KASHjLFashionable Ir HAZEL GREEN KY LI I I 1III III I I I L SILAS B KASH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Office nt residence and calls answered at all hours Obstetrics n specialtyO- Li APERS V loan Rnd Nice for sale this amceat 20 cents per 100 x i4aak1 i 114