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V 4 i Ih I J ft i i T r t f wr f7 11 V j J tiII 1 fj l i itt- L Lp I l HE HAZEL GREEN RALTh I I w stabliahod March 4 188S Mado Famous in tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent b7IhxORon 9LOJd1treThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100AYEAE FOURTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 80 l8UDNUMBER 45 I o I BARTER DRY GOODS COMPANY IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN DmT ooAND NOTIONSLOUISVILLE KY Itference J Taylor Day Hazel Green GREEN SONS- WHOLESALE BooltSShOes1525 W MAIN STRE- ETLouxvxLL Ity MENDEL GOSLING 5 CO JOBBERS IN HATS CAPS STRAW GOODS Gloves Umbrellas i587 and 629 W Main St- LOUISVILLE KY 1J JL SmittleworOl CO MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS O- FSrCLOTHINGI 607 West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY TO BBleans Kersey Cassimere t Corduroy Pants and Suits DUCK COATS Arc acknowledged to be Superior to any produced Sizes guaranteed us marked TSOLD BY J TAYLOR DAY HAZEL GREEN KY JH ROBINSON NORTON CO LOUISVILLE KY OLD RELIABLE HUGHES TON ICCures Chills SOc It SlOO Bottles Druggists Have It IMPROVEDTASTE PLEASANT RobinsonPellett t C1IIIurIHlrllhll BODE HARDWARE COMPA- NYWIIOLESALE lEnBWAflG Q Qtr R CINCINNATI O Reference J Taylor Days Hazel Green X L ErJ B tlC 1657 Race St UVULOCINCINNATI The leading house for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING GOODS and NOTIONS Always havo BIG Drives tyspecial attention to Mail Orders KA2S t a tX Manufacturers and Jobbers of BOOTS SHOES 5 RUBBERS No 3 W PEARL STREET CINCINNATI indLtt r3lt t r WINCHESTER KY ipII PresidentICashier laid up Capital 20000000 I Surplus 6000000 yAhU Rank solicits the accounts of mer taute fariners traders antI husiJlcss men jgnerally throughout Eastern Kentucky 1doffcrs its customers every facility and ztl1ost Uber1 terms within the iinifts ol nklnloct18lV 1U- lUate t tJ9rNOTEIEtISEflVOl0Pe5I KENTUCKY KERNELS CaptWFayetteThursday killedillbyGeorgetown has serTicestocoachThe state commissioner of agriculture an fordistribution orgniIzatlonsoff over mayors veto of the ordinance providing for union labor on the streets thatI58000 worth of skins caught in Clark conn ty including many skunks truckbytrllcturLtIlieI Mr Thomas J Wnthen of Louisville has ofJoIiiregular school girl and enjoys it immensely knownEasternnot be a candidate for the gubernatorial nomination as has been stated bBomu newspapersTwo elder are proselyting in I still county They have been holding u icvival near Winston and it is said that a farmer named Newman huts gone daft over their doctrinclUchmondlteglster The Oldham circuit court adjourned after a term of four days The docket was the lightest for years there being no cases of any Importance The grand jury ad journed Thursday utter returning 14 indictments Henry Williams for 30 years a memberII ofSaxtons band at Lexington adjudged a lunatic While playing at Woodland park last summer he was over come by heat and has since been in bad healthSuit has been filed in the Franklin cir cult court by KolcrtTaylorcolorcd against the Western Uuion Telegraph Company for 1750 Taylor while in the employ of the company fell from a hand car and mashed his toot Thomas Stubblctield who was shot by Joe Hammonds died Friday at Mayfieldon the 20th The remains were taken to Callo way county for burial Hammonds is being held and will be indicted by the grand jury now sitting In tho lireathitt circuit court Friday Asa petitentinryforSpieer Calloway Spicer anti Will Spicor two years for hug stealing and Patrick Hal Ion two years for manslaughter ITo the federal army in the civil war Kentucky furnished live mtijor generals and sixteen brigadier generals To the confed crate army she furnished one general AI bert Sydney Johnson two lieutenant gen erals and thirteen brigadier generals The Warwick distillery at Richmond Madison county owned by Imrnham Bennett thu W S Hume distillery in thu same county and the Old Bourbon Distillery near Paris were acquired by the Kentucky distilleries und warehouse companies last weekMilton Young of Lexington will place a handsome marble slab over the graye of his great horse Hanover which nad to be chloroformed Thursday bearing this in scription Hanover chestnut horse foal ed 1SSI died March i3 1S1K First in war first in peace- Democratic politicians in IJreckinridge county are quietly circulating a petition to hold a special election for the purtiose of electing three special commissioners to ad minister the financial nflairs of the county These commissioners lire intended to super sede the magistrates who arc now in control Judge Parker ofthcFayette circuit court overruled the motion fur n new trial in the case ot Squire W J McNamara recently convicted and sentenced to three years in the pen for shooting a negro soldier named Knickerbocker The case will be appealed and if the higher court refuses to interfere with the verdict McNamara will have to serve his tunic There is a strong probability that the Third Kentucky infantry will be brought either to Fort Thomas or Howling Green to be mustered out before the end of April Preparations had been made at the Wur Department to muster them out at Savan unit but such strong pressure is being brought to bear that it is believed that the adjutant general will be prevailed to yield a point in this case The following persons filed voluntary pe titions in bankruptcy with Clerk Chapman of the United States district court at Frankfort Saturday morning John II Meson Grassy Montgomery county lIabil- ities 1840375 no assets Turner Hazel riggattorneys J M Johnson 111gb Bridge Jeiwimine county liabilities 111154 no assets D P Young attorney James K Ma liabilities 475oCO noson Mt Sterling assets The Eagle King of All Birds is noted for its keen sight clear arid dis tinct vision So are those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salvo for weak eyes styes soro eyes of any kind or granulated lids Sold by all dcnlcrs at 25 cents liThe oldest inhabitant didnt answer at roll call Tuesday morning but all with whom we talked saM it rained hard Tuesday morn er ing than everLeforc within their rccol leotion Old papers 20c a hundred Current Against Mr Goobol Herald Lextington Kentucky March 13 1809 Tho nomination of Etiniett JUgeLnffertya reliable Democratic majority is very significant Each is n very large and important county with u reliable Democratic majority each overwhelm platform this Congressional district yet all its business connections are with Covington and Cincinnati and the adjoining coun tits on tho east nnd north are in the Coy Mnysilltits connections are with Covington and congressiouial ton Mr Orr is known to be nu open decided anil able opponent to lMr Goo lul nnd his victory is an nntiGoebcl vie tory nnd renders tho action of Owen in tin gubernatorial race certain Claude Deslin who was beaten by Judge Latterly had made an excellent repre sentative a deservedly popular gentle man a member ofn moat influential family an admirable campaigner nnd on attractive and strong campaign speaker and yet he is defeated by u decided ma jority It is reported that the cause of this defeat is tile support of Mr Goebcl by Mr Desna and this victory is an antiGncbcl victory Tho same causes which decided thcio contests operate in all other counties Tho Democracy of Owen and Harrison represents tho most intense type of tho Bryan Democracy und whet thcfo results are added to what happened at the Hnpkinsvillo conS vcntion it seems to indicate that the current is running against Mr Goebel And if tho impression becomes general that he will bo beaten that impression will defeat him In these counties tho nominations were made by primary elec tion The friends of Mr Goebei claim that they will have tho advantage in muss meetings where the manipulation of the machine is easier carriedout This may be so Mass meetings have been so manipulated to stifle the voice of the large majority and give success to the compact skillful and audacious minority Weak Eyes Are Made Strong dim vision made clear styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by the use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salvo Its put up in tubes and Hold on a guilT antees by all good druggists May be Nominated on First Ballot The supporters of len Watt Hardin are feeling jubilant over his prospects for the gubernatorial nomination They declare that the Mercer statesman hits gained ground NO rapidly in the past few weeks his nomination is certain In fact they say that they will nut bo stir prised it he goes into the convention with enough instructedi votes to win on the first ballot Well posted politicians from the first second third and fourth districts claim that Gen Hardin will carry nearly every county in them Captain Stone will receive the instruc tions of several of thou his own and Homo of tho adjacent counties but his support will finally go to len Hardin Senator Goebel is not credited with u single county iin the districts mentioned ami it iis claimed that he will not have the solid backing of any congressional district in the scute unless it should be tho fifth It looks like the Kenton statesman ought to be supported by all of tho counties in his own congressional district but ho is not conceded even that much It is improbable that n pol itician of Senator Goebels reputed shrewdness would let any of these counties escape Still the friends of Gen Hardin have received such gratifying reports from every portion of the state they have some grounds for claiming that ho will carry somp of tho counties that under ordinary circumstances Sen liter Gocbel could count upon The way things are going the race for governor promises to be a tame affair in tho convention It looks like there will be no struggle for the nomination and if there Is to be any exciting times at all the contests for the other nominations not that for governor will provoke them Danville Advocate None Bettor in Eastern Kentucky The Hazel Green Herald made its ap pearance last week after a supension of two months caused by the serious ill ness of its editor Mr Spencer Cooper There is no better paper than THE HER ALD published in Eastern Kentucky and The is glad to wel come Spence back to the fold again Winchester Democrat I have been afflicted with rheumatism for fourteen years and nothing seemed to give any relief I was able to be around all the time but constantly suf fering I hind tried everything I could hear of and at lust was told to try Cham berlains Pain Balm which I did and was immediately relieved and in a short time cured I am happy to say that it has not since returned JOSH EDOAT Germantown Cal For sale by J T Day SEVEN INCHES OF RAIN Has Fallen This Month Farmers Hive Been Delayed But There is Great Promise of an Abundant Crop The rainfall of tho month up to tho 20th baa been nearly seven Inches Not one ounce of fallow land has yet been turned in Central Kentuckyor if turn ed it was to the injury of the toil and detriment of the intended crop Much hemp is yet unbroken few plant beds are prepared and nil seasonable work is delayed Farmers are growing restive but such conditions are quite usual in March and it is assuring to note that af ter there enforced delays April generally compensates with much favorable weather In the past twenty years nine times the precipitation III March has ex ceeded fivo inches and in eight of these years the month following has been so prepllrlug in ample time to insure full crops In 1807 tIm full rains of March were con tinued into April Tho precipitation of that month was 5 12 inches and tho in- Itial work of pitching tho crop only be gan in earnest after tho snow storm of May 2 Front that late for four months the weather clerk was on good behavior dispensing favors satisfactory to tile divergent needs of tho tobacco planter and the haymaker rue fervent sun stimu lated into luxuriance corn and hemp whilo the brisk breezes and cooler nights equally fostered grass grain and meadows It was a year that opened with much grumbling and ended with great rejoicing In fact most of the banner crops of tho past twenty years have been made in those backward sea sonsIt is now only reasonable to assume that when spring long delayed does come it hiss come to stay but an exami nation of records of tho weather shows that tho assumption is beyond question The reason that tho crops following late springs arc prono to be so satisfactory arises from the fact that when seeds are committed to tho earth and germinate once making uninterrupted tumid vigor ous growth they not only have more inherent capacity for productiveness but that immunity from disease and insect depredation that attack too low vitality- rhis law is perfectly understood ns ape plying to tho higher domain of life anti litho stunted calf is not expected to make n thrifty steer They are just now disposed to chafe because they can do nothing antI thin us ual time of their work It at hand but they not only have a promise of n seed time but the added demonstration that tho delay of that timo is moro apt to work to our advantage than otherwise Plowing time damp soilI nnd casting reeds I into the mud iIs tho wasting of opportu nityi There i in chosen timo for nil things but for preparing land mill sowing seed that time is not yet Pntiunco will bring n perfect reward Lexington Herald Thanks Mr Turner For This TubeRose The Beattyville Enterprise Clay City Chronicle and Hazel Greoi Herald nro no more forever chirrups the Jackson Hustler and the Hustler knows not whereof it speaks Whilo tho first two publications sleep beneath tho peavines on their native heaths Tin IlKiuil ia still doing business at the suimno old stand tho brightest the best anti most widely quoted paper that over disseminated knowledge and good cheer to tho clover people who live arid have their being III tho land where towering mountains climb to receive the first kiss of tho mornings AunMt Sterling Sentinel Democrat Thanks Squire you aro a brick Lung Irritation is the forerunner to consumption Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey will cure it and give such strength to the lungs dint a coughor a cold will not settle there 20 cents at all good druggists An Advertising Story A story is told of an old bachelor who bought a pair of socks and found attached to one of them a sup of paper with these words 1 am a young lady of 20 and would like to correspond with mntrimonyName bachelor wrote and in a few days received this letter Mamma was married 20 years ago The merchant you bought those socks from evidently did not ad vertiso or ho would havo sold them long ago Mamma handed mo your letter and said possibly I might suit you I am 18 years old Cant Carry His Own County It is stated that Senator Goebcl can not possibly carry his own district and will have n hard fight to carry his own county Cynthiana Democrat Commissioner Moore asks Tin Hun garden purchase of 10000 worth for free distribution was untruo Tho real amount expended was 72876 Winchester Gets The OmMtta f The Third railroad district committee met in Lexington March 8tb and Issued a call for a convention to BomiaaU a Democratic candidate for railroad com missioner tram this district The con vention will be held In Winchester on Wednesday April 26 There aro forty counties In the district of which Clark Isono and our Democrats should not forgot tho time and place for selecting the delegates and be on hand The following is the official call In full Resolved That a district conven tion shall bo hold in the Third railroad WednesdayApril nating H Democratic candidate for rail road commissioner in said district Said convention will meet in the city of Win chester at 1 oclockf m Delegates to said bo chosen at coun ty mass conventions to be held at van ous county seats in the district at 2 oclock p m on Saturday April 15 1800 That the basis of representation from each county to tho district convention shall bo one delegate for every two hundred votes and each fraction over ono hundred votes cast for tho head of the PrC51dential That nil known Democrats and oth ers who will pledge themselves to sup port tho nominee of said district convention shall bo entitled to participate in tIme county convention to select dole gates J M LABSINO Chairman SOUTH TIUMIUK Secretary A Brother In Need Tint H rn A U has not been Issued ilnco January IDtb for tho reason that the editor was physically unable to attend to any part of the work getting It out and at ono time his physician timid friends doubted If he ever would be out again Thanks how over to n most merciful 1rovidence a good physician and careful nursing he Is now lu n fair way to become himself again Tho loss of time and the nonappearance of TlIC Ii ERA 111 have made an lnev ant strain up on our resources nut we earnestly appeal now to all who arc friendly to the paper or UN personally to come forward and help us by renewing their mihHcrlptiona by adver tising or with their job work Any suit all amlRtaneu will bo gratefully appreciated nnd reverently remembered and the time to help us Iin NOW Hazel Green Herald Too often it is time case when an editor of a country newspaper or a printer who hits been at deaths door it ia Insin tinted that tho lllncfcs is tho result of drunkenness mind tho unfortunate lava id fails to receive tho sympathy and support duo from tho pcopln of the com munity In Brother Coopers case we tako tim pleasure iu saying he is deserving and tho disease under which ho so long suf fered lis common among tho most torn pcrato people and itlis thu duty of every reader of Tins HiitAii who owo for it to pnv not away olflu tho next century nrexperiencelar duo him nnd ho should havo it and have it NOWMorgnll Messenger The editor of this paper would like to meet time business mon nnd nil interested in thq material prosperity of our town in a body When shall it be Grim Grips Deadly March Deals Death and Destruction to Many Boston Now York Philadelphia Wash ington LouIsville Terrorized oy the Awful Scourge All Great Con era of Population Affected Thin depressing effects of the present epidemic of Grip are apparent everywhere Teachers clerks business men mechanics laborers street car drivers school children police ofllceni and even the doctors all furnish victims by the hundredsNo yet discovered can show results equal to Dr Miles Restorative Nervine It quickly overcomes tho ex ceesivo exhaustion invigorates the appe tIto and assists nature to throw ofT the dcndly microbes from the system In times of epidemic like the present it should be taken ns a preventive of dis easeGrip hind left mo a physical wreck weak helpless and miserable I could not cat j could not sleep could not gain any strength and had nervous prostration of the worst kind Our homo pby sician could not help me and I commenced using Dr Miles Nervine Tho first nights sleep that I bad had infojur months camo an tho result of two first doses When 1 lund taken two bottles I felt better than I bad before lu years j and continued to improve Until I VM JfELIi I L I ii kt I t4 i 1 k 1 I L 1 s t I p r I I I I J J rfr I j II- i i i 1 II a p I- J i i I t I I k A o x i f i V i r- y a Ia tiQ A THE HERALDI i SPENCER COOPER pUblisher HAZEL GREEN i t i t KY FREEDOM I care not yho were vicious back of me No shadow of their sins pn mo Is shed My will IIs greater than heredity 1 am no worm to feed upon tho dead My nee my form my gestures and my voice May be reflections frown n race thnt was Out this I know and knowing It rejoice J am myself a part of thu Great Cuuno I am a splrltt Spirit would suffice If rightly used to set a chained world freo Am I not stronger than n mortal vice That crawls tho length of aumc ancestral tree Lila Wheeler Wilcox In Woman Home Companion Y Iri1 h M M AMh Mp phhr aM19Ni101 O 1 Saved by a Woman I 2itt33Utt WilDS there you the English pris oner was the response In a low musil cal whisper with a dash of American ism in I- tnmnllllr you Although there was no verbal reply to this my attention was attracted the next moment by but I anticipate It wits nri oppressively close evening in 1870 when u selfappointed war cor reapondent 1 was deposited nt the lit tie railway station of Mtilheim in the Jlluck Forest It enme about in this way I was on 11 long vacation ramble in Switzerland when the declaration of war between France hind jermany startled Europe I hail no tooner heard thc Will cry than IIsent telegrams to several London and one or two CUll lI nenlal papers announcing my willing mess to represent them at the front with pen or pencil or both It was Lord HcacHnaiield who said The seizure of opportunity IIs tilt se cret of success This at least was the turning point In my somewhat eventful career when repacking Ithe Knapsalh with which I wan provided for moun taineering purposes I left Lausanne via 1I11ltror Mulheim there to await I thu arrival of tho next train for Su j Itruck where the French and Cetmiin nrmlcft were enneentrating It was while thus waiting that I icalizcd tIltI focussing of lining eycH upon mo A soldierly sergeant of n Iadcii rrgiment and several local luminaries Including the station mauler all glaring at me with umlfogulscd curiosity Your ptiMtporMiid the sergeant In French almost as execrable ns my OWllII 1 have 1I0IleISoilI No passport and In war time tool Your card then Alasl1 I had given my lust to n fel low tourist Iin Switzerland- DouneiwetterU lie was breaking into hlh own vulgar vernacular now tillI 1 saw Iltingwere getting serious Who In the mime of der teufel are you Then coming closer he surd Impressively 1 tell you my OIIIIgI friend you are nothing more nor less titan a French spy Coupler yourself iiiy Jlrl tlllerIA French spy Why Im nn nIglishman I replied In my Innocence So much the better for French pur poses he promptly replied as hr hull cated the nearest way to the lit Iit walt ing room where I win forthwith searched n revolver with which I had been amusing myself In Switzerland giving much color to the uccultloltI which was again supported by my hue h ing a return ticket from Switzerland via Paris to London quite outside which I Iliad Just been arrested In Germany Nothing on theI face of It could look blacker At this moment the InClIIIIIIgI train for which I had been waiting ills persed the little crowd urroundt gmc mil save that burly sergeant who fol lowed stealthily behind me and IrretIly I attempted to open the eairlage itoor seized me unceremoniously by the collar and drugged me hack on the platform Fritz for tills was the name tilt Mutton master addressed him was 4i tnrit of herculean strength on which he relied perhaps just a little too much for my blood was now thoroughly up The moment he relaxed Ills grip I made for him and boxing being with htm nil unknown quantity I I1IIIt him with the first1 well diccted blmv tiding against the waitingroom door from which he luau just enlarged Hut in the meantime two tliliu hind happened the train had gone nod Fritz ltu re covered himself Ills tactic were star ple Wrestling was ItU specialty mold lie land no sooner sticiwded In closing wlfli me than by a dextrous movement I wu thrown heavily to the ground and Mcured by four soldiers of the same regiment who had now come upon the Mene and b3whom I was 1tlngI taken oT to the common cell a Muj tieim when they were IntercepteJ bnyoung lieutenant who having hud inJI 1 case put before him examined my Itiherein delineated but who at the same time decided that I should he 1 inkcn to the guardhouse In the Ulnek- acorest to which place 1 was now ium I ninrlly marched off followed by nn excited crowd of tag rajf and bobtail who hound J believe have lynched we bud Il not mypssort been too tranS for them I I I shall not easily forget the rough i handling to which I was subjected the I Ignominy with which 1 was treated or my subsequent delight on being taken into a dimlylit room at this guard house which by the way was sn Improvised one it being in reality a forest hotel so situated on the frontier as to have been nt once requisitioned by the military ou the declaration of war On being ushered Into the dreary apartment to which I hove referred two guards were placed inspcclel at tendance on me by my friend the en chitsor rather the sergeant to whom I now seemed somehow to cling at be lug the only one not knowing n word of German with whom 1I could how ever imperfect my French discuss the situation Indeed I went to far ns to feel that Fritz might not be proof i against a dexirously administ eyed two franc piece which Islipped in his hand unseen Monsieur he said his features re laxing Into a broad grin I shall have the honor tonight of drinking the health of his majesty the kluglandlf his loyalty could be accounted for by the color of huts nose he must have been a patriot indeed With thii he at I sup posed departed for the night but it appeared afterwards It was only to make arrangements for my safe custody for he presently returned with marching orders This Imt I was taken down a long corridor at the extremity of which I was conducted closely followed by my villainous looking escort to a veranda where rows of empty tables and tiptilted chairs betokened the hotels departed luxuriance ThU place hind now quite a sinister nsptct to which the Black Forest immediitely be yond gave an additional gloom One table however at the end of the veranda was occupied ba group of four who by the light of a small lamp placed thereon I discovered to my delight to be ordinary travelers wile as I later nil ascertained were only awaiting re mittances expected the following mourning to make rapid tracks from the mem of coming hostilities Icr the rest the plnee was now 1uguardhouse pure bud simple the sergeant appear lug to have taken over the entire con trol of the wellstocked cellar front which he Informed me I could on pay hog war prices have whatever refresh ment I pi ens ud Nor was he long in supplying mywunts In this respect nt an exorbitant chargebrandy seltzer and cigars bring placed by him on the tollar llling himself n bumper to begin with he raised It high In air ex claiming with the utmost gravity ur drink monsieur to the health of his tunjistty the Ling Feeling It would he politic to join him In loyal hot IIlIhllhtllIhntlons I helped myself train the decanter and was going to say something courteous about King William when Fritz politely I hilt firmly seizing my glass said Oh monsieur one moment I beg how terribly remiss of me In drinking tto the king I forgot the Fatherland lung live the Fatherland and with this he drained my glass to the dregs made a profound how and left me In custody of my two guards who with llxed bayonet + were In Immediate at tendance Cursing the evil fate as T supposed which had placed me in such n quandary I was sitting nursing my wrath to keep it warm as Hums puts It when n kindly voice with n nasal twang hailed me through the gloom So youre the prisoner of war are you Wnl as we happen to be nil neu tral at this table I dont sec why you shouldnt leave that patriot sergeant to finish your cognac with those two hun grylooking guards of yours and join us for huH nn hour before you go to the dreary dungeon assigned to you Suf fice it to soy this was an arrangement to which Fritz on his return readily assented I was as much in custody as ever nod escape was impossible white he with his two grin compatriots could In the meantime do full justice to the health of his nnjesty the king The American gentleman to whom I was Indebted for tills kindly suggestion unceremoniously Introduced me to his wife nnd her rather and sister who were all munch Interested In any lJptureI and probable fate They had noticed the lllu age to which I hind been sub jetted by the villagers who had been hurling nil the available rubbish they could lay hold of at my unoffending heath on the way to the guardhouse and I moreover matte sure at a glance oh much a glance that nt least one of my entertainers was convinced In her- O II mind IIt was n case of mistaken Identity that I was no spy nod sympa thlx d with me accordingly That hrname was Clara I at once ascertained sliee she was thus addressed by them nor was IIlonR in discovering there was a strange indescribable somethlrtf about her which from the monii nt of timid first fateful glance had placed me curlorsly In touch with her That bright piquant tare tint sympathetic expression those luminous dark gray eyes those They should never ride Pegasus who cannot reign limn In I now felt nt least that as the Prisoner MuhelmIenjoyedlnacertalnI sense an enviable reputation to hastened to explain thrt my real mission was that of a war correspondent Oh certainly said my host tnd to have been made the first prisoner of war will be splendid copy If you can get it through This at once threw n new light on what to me had till this moment looked like an inglorious catastrophe i lOur chat a dellglltful one to mgyself having extended oernn hour and Fritz and his companions having drained that decanter to the dregs my newfound friends and myself cordially separated and unless Im much mis taken when 1 shook hands with Clara there was n tremulous pr sMire of the lingersbut no matter IFritz now thoroughly realized the grarty of the situation and as he conducted me to the apartment I was to occupy for the night we were closely followed by my two guards with whom having first doublelocked the door he depart ed leaving me to the contemplation of my prison house IIt nsl miserable box room rather than bedroom In which n truckle bedstead small wooden table and n chair did duty for furniture and the sole em bellishmcnt of which was a piece of broken lookingglass nailed ngnirst the wall by some departed scullion of the establishment who probably slept there A small piece of candle In n very grimy candlestick had been placed on the able My first consideration was naturally some posible means of escape The sen tries on duty nt the rear of the build ing en which my window looked out made this utterly impossible in that di rection death being tilt inevitable end of the escaping spy To undress rouk have been absurd I must be ready for any eventuality specially as my small modicum of candle was already flickering In its socket So 1 sat and watehei and waited and listened the while to the dull thud of the topbooted night wajtch ns they paced below when pres ently with a splutter lily expiring light went out altogether and left me awaiting developments In utter dark ness Now it was possibly between one and two in the morning when not at all as I anticipated these came about My attention wits first aroused by the distinct but distanti sound of footsteps coming apparently downjtatrt Then suddenly through the otaijirity and the keyhole a ray of ligb shot across my place of Incarceration un der the crack of the door across the bare floor of the room and then Whos there 1 queried And the reply came in n sweet music al voice Are you the English prison er which by the way brings me to the opening words of tim curtail per sonal experience which 1is yet another evidence of fact lwiu stranger than fictionMy I mysterious visitor was evidently a woman in some considerable consterna lion let site should tw heard or seen Then carte a scraping noise find a somewhat bulk envelope WAS with tilt llculty thriit under my door which I with equal dilllciiHy succeeded in pull Ing through but I wa = more Intent on the personality of my woudlw deliver er than her i acket and Fritz as an Ad ditional precaution heaving taken the key with him I was now mainly occu pied In peering through the keyhole There looking furtively to right and left wrapped in a woolen dressing gown stood for one second one to me precious second the young American girl to the lovcllght of whose bright bewitching eyes I had a few hours be fore fallen an easyvictim u Miss 1 hesltatcdClara I dont know your other name IIsaid In fear and trembling lest I should defeat her object and my own by arousing tome sleeping Cerberus udo tell me Hut there was no repy her mission was over the light dkuppeareJthef- ootsteps grew rapidly fainter nod the next moment I was again in utter dark ness I had not however now kng to wait Morning was not far ofT and with Its earliest light t examined the contents of my mysterious communica tion It was a note In pencil and ran as follows I hose Improvised out of ribbon etc n small union lack It may assist your escape Under tho protection of the colors of their country others have done so before 1 Thurohstairs which leads to outhouses its your only chance Wo slmll hear If you have vs coped We shall bo very anxious CLAHA CA1WINCITOV And there worked by Claras deft fingers was a smail union jack which as it happened was to be the tinning point on which my future life was to revolve Which of the fates was it Lachesls 1 think who carried a pair of scissors with which to clip or trim the thread of IIrel Surely mine used II needle and thread Personally 1 felt very much inclined to waive the advantages of lib seeingClarailly1 I should defeat her object and wine and hen too there was not a moment to be lost MyI llrst dilliculty was the double locked door of my room That it was the dour of an Inn and not u prison wus an initial advantage but if bur ting it open were possible 1 should arouse the bleeping soldiery byso doing Sudden I lyas Iif by inspiration it came to me The slot into which the tongue of the latch tilted was inside and fastened with ordinary screws Ol my belong Ingswhich had pro tern been confis penknifelarge blade of the latter I at once broke short uud with it In lieu of u clsiscl1- h1 I about live minutes removed the slot aforesaid and found myself in the gray light of early morning in the pus CreepIngdilliculty in finding the kitchen my fair rescuer had indicated at the door of which I had to step gingerlyvery gingerly over a sleeping soldier wh had evidently done full justice to the lager beer for which the hotel had been famous Then on tram one outbuilding to uuother to a yard beyond whicht gate led Into the open Clara was right in this direction time coast was clear Once nwny from the guardhouse 1 made straight for time railway station There was an early train ut about six oclock which 1 might catch before the hue and cry for the missing prisoner took place And thus obtaining a ticket from an unsuspect lug ollice boy before the place was properly opened succeeded In doing My1 next dilliculty was the examination of tickets which was done by the stationmaster who of course knew me as time victim of the night before As how ever 1 had now tied the union jack round my hat and moreover appeared deeply engrossed In the pages of an old newspaper us he came round 1to ur ranged us I handed him my ticket to hide my face And thus it was after n very critical five minutes that the train started for Uasle and 1 found myself before long over the border and in safety being lionized by a double file of Swiss troops who not know ing if 1 were a duke or a dustman but inclining to the former felt it was wise at such a political crisis to salute and do all possible honor to the British tlug which jamc union jack by the way has ou many occasions since then served me in good stead and which among other mementos of Auld Lang Sync I still preserve Hut how about Clara you naturally ask Did we as story books relate get married and live happy eves after 1lasl no Those whimsical fates hud willed it otherwise Indeed till nearly LO years after the event though I often pictured her in my minds eye I did not again hear of her When a letter addressed to be forwarded arrived for me at the of lice of the London newspaper with which 1 was connected and was sent on to my then address at llampstcud was as follows Templetnore IJoston U S ADeer Sir I recently rood In n London nidKiizmQ which has reached me here an Interview whlcn much interested me In It the Interviewer retina amongst other relics of cam paisiilng which hang on the wulls of your ttuciuni to u mall union jack 1 was H rcmunuc girl in those day and ah well Im a substantial matrun now Delighted to rind by nu reference to It that you still lIIemorlIi your eMvupuue wurpuih IttfiitfXi rue lu w vie etc inns t1U 11DDLLT11t11t1I Nile Cluru Ciirruujtoa rhea 1 carefuhx clostu that letter put it into my breast pocket left side lit my pipe and fell into a reverie in which in all her youth und beauty Clara Carrington and myself support ed uy Fritz the sergeant still drinking itie health of his majesty the king1 played important purls and if tho above being the result of that reverie has been interesting as an autobi ogruhical sketch its author will bo pleased indeed that It was once his good lortune to have beenSaved by a Woman London Queen- 1erfievernnve HvtruriliMl She could not see his face ns he knelt and asked her to be his She was glad of that for she did not wish to know how much suffering her refusal caused him She told him us gently as she could that their lives could not be linked together that although she admired him and esteemed him she felt that it would be risking his future aa well as her own to consent to a union when she was sure no ntlinity existed It was a touching speech and she threw so much heart into it that she did not observe that he was taking notes in shorthand When she had con cluded he rose and put his notebook in his pocket Extending his hand he re marked genially Im ever and ever so much obliged to you SirrrrYou did it ever so nicely nod Im un der a thousand obligations Im writing a novel and I have a scene in which a girl refuses to marry a than I was anxious to avoid the stereotyped style Inf depleting such incidents mend make it realistic Youre the seventh girl 1 have proposed to und every one of tthe others accepted me If you had wid Yes I think 1 should have been completely discouraged Pearsons Weekly Klnt Mnlil of Vonl From n shoulder of veal take off the meat in neat pieces and stew in just enough water to cover till tender Then luke out all gristle and niece the meat finely return It to the water in which It was boiled which should have been freed iron fat To this add one pound of old Lulled pork minced or the saute quantity of sausage meat Season with salt and uptwopiece in a pie dish cover with pastiy and bake for an hour Serve when cold turned of UleatITheLnRllr nil lnI1KUnKl Mamma If 1 had a hat before 1 had thulallCertainly Johnny And if that hilt once hud a hole in it and I hmdhalluYI there would be nothing Incor rect in that Then itd be good I sathata hole In I 1wouldnt ItrXrained Motherhood POINTullcwltt dont see 1Jewetl1t0her +nonTown Topics CheapPatiencetaisthecheapest aboIvirrrnlttt latriccL1 ht 9 rCommcnrah CursotJDo tralnurslS11ot if the Iiillebrandto totheirphla North mlrI I1I1tMrs iillinsIs your soars wife un economical young woman 7 MrsFlaK hnslnuuctdhim tobenecktiesChicago Itl eull love birds genUElehld thlhutI softlyebidnut now Yonkcrs Statesman The hull is a most interesting strut hire There is n wing which dates back to the year the first earl landed an army from Denmark Yes Yes and another wing which dates back to the year the thirtyseventh earl landed an heiress front New YorkDetrolt Journal How is it that Smithers lectures to successfully on the collection plan Oh he does the high and lofty with his audiences telling them that he does not want a cent front any man who cannot pay his debts lie gets liberal donations tram men who were never known to give before Detroit Free Press I HE PROVED IT Mud 1ooil titan SnjH ISio World li Level nnd Will Uncle 1IU a NLTtlDllS ivltll Ills Gun null Woodsmall the Terror of Yel low Creek Ky has made the discovery that there is no Mich thine as theli earths axis lie is ready to lack this assertion with a Winchester If IICCM Miry This last is understood for Uu4 Woodsmall is the cock of the walk in Yellow Creels ports und when Hud +t sera his assertions are quoted truths Until recentlyI Bud had iMitentcd hmself with drinking whisky shooting squirrels and lighting but Hud has now turned scientist lie las substi tuted his scientitle studies for siuirrcls Hud lives around That is he just visits when he is close and he saiway welcome Hud is such a good shot that hospitality is Iris when he asks ItaDII hs never ushs he just drops in and fctiVS Some weeks ago Cockey Chestert known as Middlcsboros dude started out to ride froth Middlesboro to Chat tanooga a distance of S7 miles Cockey is not only a dude but Cockey went lvi school In 1 Kngland so he says and he Knows all sorts of things When he pug up for time night nt Dave Fullers cabin at the top of Butcher Springs hill ho found Hud on 11ulsh laud wes hold ing forth about the cold weather the causes thereof etc Then came up the discussion of the cruses of night and day Chester tool no part in the talk until then lie ex palned how the earth moved on its axis uround the sun using a pumpkin to demonstrate his meaning Suddenly Bud arose He was literally spitting fire For anyone else to he the center of attraction when he was pres ent angered Hud uYer a darned liar burst forth the terror of Yellow Creek and forthwith he reached for his gun Ycr tnlK boul inovin round like yed twisted ihutthar pumpkin Kf yer does yer stnu on jrer head at night Chester didnt stop to argue Hi knew Buds reputation He retired to his room or at least to the owl room which was spare room and kitchen bed room nnd parlor As he entered the house he saw Hud go Into time yard When Chester awoke next morning hr made a hasty toilet and started for the shed where his horse was tied Oi the way he met Hud grinning ad spit ting between chews knowed yer was n darn liar burst out Hud I kuowed ver was n Mar How do you know t asked hester Hud spit furiously He eyed Chester closely Cause said the terror Cause I put this hyar rock on the fence nn ef this hynr earth hail a beau irovin round it woulder shook hit oft Chester admitted the soundness of Buds argument and the latter was lit much pleased that he is making house trhoiise canvass rock in one Mind ride in the other proving by fences and posts that the earth is on the level in spite of day and night changes Y orldIIlls 1rnyiT The Preacher And do you alwsye say your prayers before you go to bed ut night IolrmtiyYes sir The Preacher What arc tune things you pray for Johnnv Well mostly that pa wont find out what I been doin through th- edayChicago Daily News A Ilumt of Krnnkneii Merchant What nre your qualifier lions for this business Applicant I cant get anything tm to doPuck h + i 4 1n 4 P t i 8 SIEVESShI Called ltr AlmoHt liveryelrhecfh- Itsd Cr tnrlely or lttrniVI ci i inlII tI The value of a set of sieves with degrees of fineness a i Isoop8rrrutniuI need orglImeul- ThrtrUsc Is called for almost ever 1 lay d open the farts They are useful 5u sep o iratiug weed seed front grain that Is to br lon In fact nil seed grain ought 10 be sUted with a mesh just fine f enough to hold the sound plump per n terrains and to let loll foreign seed s lad shriveled grain puss through This is but one out of the many im I porlnnt mists to which sieves mry hI put It Is Important however to hart a whole line of these articles else just t the right mesh wll always be lacking I A very hutuly arrange mont Is shown in the cut A boxlike framework Iis made A NEST OF SIEVES bnlngl slit in one side anti a groove around the inside Light frames are made strung with mesh of varying de grew of openness and as wanted ont or another of these frames Iis slipped Into the groove and a sieve of the right sort is nt hand One excellent use fora Mt of sieves at this season of tIlt year Js in getting ouUbfcraeked corn just the right sized particles for chicle when first hatched for those n Cup of weeks old a month and so on Cracked corn is a splendid feed for chickens but it must be graded to se cure the best results In the same ex cellent way grit of proper site for chicks of varying ages can be provided Once get a full set of these sieves and you will be surprised at the great num ber of uses to which they can he put X Y Tribune GYPSUM IN THE SOIL EipcrliiiciitM DoiimiiNlrnte flat the Sulixtiuui IN Not Inimical to flout Groutli It has generally been supposed that gypsum when used us a fertilizer is valuable largely because it attracts moisture told furnishes sonic material which nourishes the plants in extreme JI dry weather As a soil for producing vegctatiuii it has never been consid eyed indeed it has not been supposed that plants would grow in it but one experiments at agricultural stations how that plants will nourish In pure gypsum and male tin almost phonom enal growth CSruIn and plants were raised in this soil with must surprising results Experiments also have been made in growing plants and grain In clean white sand The results of these efforts may It is said almost revolu lionize the growing of certain forms of ttgctntion As a case in point Some years ago n family moved into a new house which was built upon an tiny Jirdtuising gypsum bed The mistress of the house was extremely fond of flowers and bewailed the fact that she Finally8erblue tlnut she turned them into the sand ld digging holes and dropping them inI regardless of order or system and left them as she supposed to die Her toniihnient tall be imagined when Ilse grew such verbenas petunias geraniums and other plants as she neighborslashted commercial fertilizer but the fact was that the roots found abundant nour whtnent in what would usually be con iJtred absolutely worthless soil Journal of Agriculture ORCHARD AND GARDEN In transplanting cut oft till broken or fcutllnieii roots goodtorU the lawn needs manuring now is- N i the best time to give it In mulching use material tnt is free 74 possible from weed seeds i kowlimbed trees are not so easily in Jated by hard winds as taller ones In growing fruit for market It is an willkeeli injuredbi manuring tulips hyacinths and wpcuses ore benefited by a liberal nl jwance la- I lifandtgetablesSPJture In the place where they are erect enD be kept even tlou1a Be FARM TELEPHOKBS IIQwJQTant1Gladb Can Be Brought to Many rotated flout ttt Snmll Coil The Introduction oT SYIItemscommunitiesconvenkneetried 1 have had eifeetIncommunities In northern New pasttwogood roads 1 con sitter the establishment of telephonic 1111llIlIge tnkeInot pendent so much on the distance from town or railroad as it is on the time re quired to reach them The value of plellsurc and so much has been written on the subject within recent years that per manent road building is not only In hclngdoueis the telephone Both have the same transportation and his produce The telephone carries ronslrhtIstelephone can safely be said to furnish time foresight With the aid of the telephone the farmer can keep posted on the market ninny tines can bargain und sell his produce before it leaves his premises lie can save many useless trips to town by piactiaclly bringing the town to him over the wire It is truly wonder ful the way that news cuss travel over the telephone Within an hour from the time the Associated Press was tele graphing dispatches to the daily pnpll S- In the large cities announcing the great naval victories In our conflict with Spain the telephones were whispering the sane thrilling news into the ears of subscribers up in the back WOO d from Maine to California In fact it iis said that the people in California heard the news two hours by the clock before it happened The telephone business in all the larger cities and towns is controlled by large corporations that male direct personal communication possible be tween points jOt to 1000 miles apart Local companies can be organied to operate in country communities at comparatively small cost to the sub scribers and afford a great deal ot pro1t and to usement us well 1 hUH her a telephone in my house the past year and now thiftk I could hardly keep house without It A few weeks ago tint whole family were entertained for ai hour listening to the soft mellow strains of music that came to us over the wire from the band concert in the city four milts distant Having had two years experience In constructing und operating telephone lines I can say frankly and freely that the telephone has brought joy ft mittpgladness to man an isolated home mind Iis an investment that jays dividends every day in tin ycmnrC W Scant in Moral New Yorker SAFE TREE GUARD It IlcviiitH Injury to Preys liy Unit tills and Mice nod SIIVIH Labor mill Anxl lv It is hest to adopt effective measures for preventing injury to trees by rah bits and mice and save labor amid anx iety It can be done easily and cheaply as follows Take common plastering 1 laths cut them In halves then with GUAIID FOR YOUNG TRI1 3 fine wire weave five to eight of the pieces together af the top and bottom as shown in Fig 1 the same as wire and lath fence is woven and set them around the trees as in Fig 2 giving the ends of the wires a twist about each other to hold them firmly in position This makes n very effective und cheap guard is inches high and one that will last four or live years If the Inths are dipped In crude petroleum thev will lust ten years and prevent amid slltcpas wcll as rabbits and jlJ mice from injuring tht treesG Fred click In Farm and Home II Itr Tires In Nova Scctla Four and n half Inch tires are to be required on cartsand trucks In love Scotia after April 1 1809 Pay cash for all you buy If you possibly can even if you have to stint your self It Is Jweaven to be auto debt t HE WAS THE REAL THHKV low a Territorial Committee Vital Long Guns Turned a Con trary Senator congTUIthcnmiltn decliningyears Ihapttinedfunds for a charitable purpose and 1 was giventvithscarcely inside when a committee of three with Ilong hair long faces and long oftheNow gincr said one of them who had titiesTldsherefolks gotis cantdilaJlpint totarDontJ1aflideThen ladiesandIIinntoreerhrought IsarbrashfurthntthinlIIni none speaksourapetI IIT like neveriuagreeaewouldhavesawthatFreefreesShe VIIH Tnklti No CliiuuCM Time fast tlying elevator in n huge down town ollico building hovered lornn instant nt the third lloor like an Impatienl and iiionstioiH bird then with a clang of the jightTheturned fiercely to his wife Vliitt made you hold me back mother talkingtoyWell you make me feel 1 0 foolish IFoolish city lFoolish Thats all tho thanks a woman Bits for bell careful You come down here to git your life insured yeCourse I did yeCioin I kin cit to that Mevcnth floor Yes Well when yeve done it ye can ride on all the elevators in creation if ye want to but not till then And tho prmlint vife began the long nnd weary assent of time marble stairs fol lowed by her humble spouse X Y Ilea aid Dl vlllllN Illtint tlllTIN Play The work we do that isnt com pulsoryltaehelorA I pair of scissors with one blade missing Sleep The only satisfactory substitute for insomnia Rivals One pointing with pride to what snottier views with alarm sobangl Woman A laborsaving device that helps a matt make a fool of himself toliConceited Tlu woman who dllhn man a uomun hater just bemuse he docMiit admire herAutopsy1 method tmlJloyelIIJ doctors to determine the nil uitnt fentherInmajorityAaui Time early and Mio matter part of human life nro tholirst or nt least time most worthy of respect Ills two in tin nue of innocence the other of reason Joseph loiibert A Persevering Soninljiw May I ask what iis going on in till village inmiircd eelebrutmlitimereplied the native ShoH 101 today sir And tell me iirny who in that little man wit ht the dreadfully Kid coiintiimnn who walks by the old ladys llIlet 1hntrft her son iilaw uir HCM been keepin up her life insurance for time last 30 yearn1 TitHits 4 Out of His DepthImt said the girl with lloose hair around her ears and n spas modic manner in your opinion of the multi mate destiny of time liumaii race Did I IT understand you to say the ultimate des tinyof the human race inquired Willie Yes 1CImytutuif you want my candid opinion I should soy thlltlIhtllllt its a long ways olf Washington Star Horns in your last novel you spoil the story by raising nn insurmountable barrier between time lucre amt heroine who cer tainly ought to have married each other I couldnt help it XnggtiH MyI wife in sisted that I frog the hero of the story my self nail she got jealous of the heroine Chicago Tribune Miss Quickstep What town am we driving through Mr Ihiilbley Kwcd Qtifclstep1I I it possible you might know what part of throughChmmcaguTribune TribuneDoing His Own IIItingYour highncH will be rejoiced to learn the grand vizier was saying that there nre no further ic quests from time powers Ah relli re iOl11ld the sultan affably To lbe sure larleyItengaged in Ileillinfrl plan of monetary re 1 form and at least of the usual umporarilydevolved Journal d PEACE I VERSUS PAIN I j We have peace and thoso who are sorely afflicted wi- thNEURALGIA will have peace from pain a perfect cure by using andII ST JACOBS OIL I P AH It Wa Dlffcreat If you were not m heiress bit wild u youhadntdifferentlouyourself alone Hnvcnt you seen the evening tapers she calmly asked darlingIJottor one My bank has busted youloveAs 1 was saying Miss French he In yourfathermss no further on your valuable time eveninglhiladclminia A Double Crop of Apple On n Long Island farm is an apple tree which bore two crops of fruit the past year and the farmers atc taking inusunl intercut muchmuterestach Hitters which hUM the peculiarity of cur constiptllonnnilhloOiI tohellelianditFeminine Slntcrllnc What made you lose your place In the line 1 Because I wasnt going to lie kissed by the lieutenant right after he lint smacked that odious peppermint chewing Uaglcy girl Cleveland Plain Dealer litnra Thbt Wo offer One UtindriHl Dollars Howard for any raw of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarth Curt F J chlIct Co Props Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F1Cheney for the last 15 years and believe Mini perfectly honorable in nil business trnnmc bona awl financially able to carry out army obligation made by their iris West it Trim holesole Druggists To ledo U- 1Cnlding Kinnan h Marvin Wholesale Druggist Toledo O 1 jails atari h Cur In taken internally acting directly upon tie Mood and mucous surface of the svstoin Price ibr per hot tie Sold by nil Druggists Testimonials fret Halls Family Pills are the best South IlrnlUntlon Of all my expectations in life said the combcrvUngcd man I have rcalicd only one and that wax the exportation that I should fail to reulizc the othersN V Sun To Lure n Cull In Our Day Tte Iaativo llromo Quinine Tablets All druggists ivlund mauuey if it fails to cure 25o longImniredI what subjects they are foolish Guhie-ago Daily Record a Dropsv treated free by Dr II II OrccnV Emus of iiiiiuui Ua The greatest dropsy specialists in till world Head their ndvcr libenmnt in another column of thin paper PtieccM consists in persuading others to tnkw you at your own valuation Town Topics Wo think Pisos Cure for Consumption ia Coughscanto1inckard a The Chinese actor never goes on the Italic without his cue Chicago Daily News loulhllilI Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in vne minute The best efforts of the rhinrnker arc constantly being sat tiocu Cold n 1 111 You 1u LEAF PLUG j CORNER STONE PLUG SLEDGE PLUG- SCALPING KNIFE PLUG MIXTURE SMOKINGj Clcrrlnc cure the world for Ulcer Hone Ulcers Hcrofnluai Clerr Varicose Ulcer White Nttelllor FrTrr More end call Uld More 1- 1uorcrf Cnrctficrtoununt 1wu o for JIolU Carbuncle IU Mslt Hurt Cu- ttiedsmiFrrhsveundllyturil ate hook tree AJItN MvD1U11 l HI Pual Mini Mold by DranU e IlBADBtlS OK PAIEH DEflllUNO TO IIUY ANYTUIKO AUVKHT18KIJ IN ITH COLUMNS B1IOCLD IKf1ST UION RAVING THEY ABK IOU HKFU81MO ALL 8TlTUTJt2I Oil t KCCtooqjhhig P We know of nothing better to tear the lining of throat and lungs It is better than wet feet to cause bronchitis and pneumonia Only keep It youillappetitebrining right for the germs of con sumptionStop and you get well lIgerS herm Pectoralcures An ordinary cough disap pears in a single night The racking coughs of bronchitis arc soon completely mas teredoAnd if not too far along the coughs of con sumption are completely curedAsk your druggist for one of Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plaster It will aid the action of the Cherry Pectoral yon gore tiny omllllllnt what ever pUll detlro the prat obtainmlvlco you yen write frI Yon will rrrrlva greatValuetoynuUlt J Lowell tall A Natural Black Is Produced Buckinghams Dye Whiskers- so ctt drutltshor R rHIIIlfcCoNuhuiNH 1 JlrnlmtKlril nfitrr Imnr with KHAUSEHS LIQUID EXTRACT Of Mudo from Iilcturr wood heeper rlnnoi xrrlrr end IIrrr thn the odd way Rend lot circuUr J IItLslit0lunoMllloei s rIYNydsytr For Infants and Children InBearsUsThBForSignature YearsOfTile Kind Have Always Bought rc esrus cornwv n Mueer atetnwcw rose ate SLEDGE Not Made by a TRUST COMBINEIOGTCTT AP TVTVTCUfJ TOTtACCO OMTX IVZuiiufhcturnr IF AT FIRST YOU DONT SUCCEED T- RYSAPOLIO Allens MrrlvelbIboonly urr ID Chroiile lli MrawioutuUpolson rJaTriezponxKnc mCerlntf wl Schrum wImAbiurge J P CO Tlllfl WI1AT U IMITATION your will Tf poulliljr in CAlm by of In SMOKE orI A mt TflOTOAlVBKI PiiYSIirirMtAll hinds of Book for llora AnuMmtnti Ireldlyloo New Play Just bed tbarsdee Richter CltmGm dren PUyt Ktffro 19as ULIoluee Sin JulerWas Worki fnfir PItr l rfInrk fee Malt Cbarrtrn only 7slaeu UMJSIctlnlf HeR Cough tJrun inter OM la time fMdbrd Lut A N KE 1748 wjptw WPUTINW Auvtam iii1rlaseISte taw TSS tllthv Q N etrrt- aeM M UKi IHeoht a it tj J L rv 0 P JiNy s v s I r I m- k i 4 1 1 I 1 f fi i ii Il i I j i t ft f s i I t i i ti i itIe q x ri f 1V tt 1 j 4 I t s TI 1 gswsPt u M1r 1- y r yr 1 J j JJ h v r xt- h t ti 6rr t st P tN 1 t- w P t NRJ REIfA SPENDER COOPER t Editor I r h HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY March 30 l8DD1 FOR GOVERNOR P WAT HARDIN OF IIARRODSBURO I + nnounqement + 0 Tor Htntn Anilltor We nre nutliorlzetl to announce JOHN B CIIBKAUIF of Madison county ns n CUll dldato for Auditor of Kentucky subject to the notion of tho Democratic convention fIn 1899 THAT development will dixwlI during this docndo now sooina car taro as dunth Ilocont trnnsnt tions in timber lauds and tho ns surnnco that tho Black Diatnon1l railroad is soon to ho builtt nil in dicato that consummation so de voutly desired When such mot nI ns Joseph Loitor tho wheat king of America put 500000 intoI lands in Eastern Kentucky thoy do not do so that thoir capitalt may lie idlo No indeed Thos who watched his courso last yonr while ho had millions invested it wheat must admit that though hiI finally lost in that financial von turn ho is a fearless investor am Capable of making vast sums on1 of his investments And now that ho is interested in Kaatorr Kentuckys resources nod theiir development wo may conclude that no grass will grow uiuor hit foot Tim rumor was rift lust week that ho would probably pert olmso the 11 N1B 1 when it is again oiforod for sale and tho story nooms specious from tho fact that the land holt pur chased lby him ulna his associate- lies along that lino and the oxton sion it must needs mako to be profit ul U to its purchasnrs Kino whtMV in this paper will ba found an article which points to the early construction of tho lllnck Diamond running south through Eastern Kentucky and with tin extension of tho Richmond Nich olasvillo 1Irvino and Hon ttyillo railroad running oast tho benefit to Eastern Kentucky at large would bo enormous Many of ua havo heretofore looked upon the Black Diamond as a Davenport Dunn scheme of speculation hut tho foots load now to the conclu sion that its contemplated con struction is no longer a canard or apipo story of tho projectors An other thing that strongthons tho theory of speedy development in this section is tho announcement from financial circles of tho coup try that tho coffers of our capital ists BrO overflowing with tho coin of tho realm Tho English projectors of tho Black Diamond are Also pained by tho plethora of their purses With tho combined capital of tho two countries devel opment will soon dawn nUll Eastern Kentucky will enjoy an era of ostatio joy God grant it and grant it quickly1 HON JAMES D BLACK of Bar boursvillo thus defines his reasons for not shoring tho guberna torial race In tho first plao thoro aro n few gontlomon and good Democrats in this immediate end of tho state who are and have boon for some time candidates for places on our next state ticket and looking at tho platter from what I think is a fair and reason able standpoint it is I think safo to say tho convention will not fool disposed to give this section any moro than its proportion of tho candidates in making up our ticket I fear that my candidacy neig- hresult f in injury to tho prospects o my noighbors lioNr P TIIOBNK ofllonry county who inn cindidato for tho Democratic nomination for lion tonautgovornor is said to bo a gentleman of excellent qualities Exmombors of tho legislature who servod with Mr Thorne in that body and with whom wo havo talked say ho is socially a scintillating star and all around good fellow IlAnity SdMKiis paper the Elizabothlown Nows says it is no longer a raco for governor but n walkover for Hardin THE Jessamine Journal says that Senator Goobel addressed n fair sized crowd in Nicholasvilln on Monday of last week but that his frigid style failed to arouse moro than conservative applause limo Journal is also authority for tho following Thoro will bo an or ganization ofn Hardin club in Jessamine shortly that will eclipse anything of the kind known poI litically in this county Jossa minI is undoubtedly for P Vnt Hardin anti lot tho forces got to work nt onto Tim i Voodford Sun published at Versailles the homo of Senator Too Blackburn thus sizes up the situation in that county The friends of Gen Hardin claim that ho is gaining strength rapidly all over time state anti say they will not bo surprised if he goes into tho convention with enough in structed votes to win on tho first ballot Hero in Wood ford Har din appears to havo tho bulge on both his opponents though Mr Stono has n great many friends in tho county Goobol is simply lost sight of Wo havent hoard of n dozen men who will support him for tho nomination Mr Goobols machine polities do very well in tho city but they cant bo worked on country folks IPno t tho Big Sandy to tho Pur 1111Inosseo lino Madisons ennd tfor auditor is making a canvass of remarkable strength He is wisely taking no part or parcel in the gubernatorial contestt hut is confining himself strictly to his own race JIll hUH behind him the sol id support of his home county and is beyond all poradvonturo ofn doubt the loading candidate bo fore time party of tho state for auditor everysqualification for tho i yI sixteen years banking experience peculiarly fits him for tho position whilst his practicali business sense his collegiate training his firm ness breadth and general capacity would give the party n standard hearer that would beget the con fidence of all classes His ability and his Democracy are alike on tho partys alter Ho has dono groat service for his party in crit ical contorts anti wo commend this tine specimen of manhood to tho consideration of tho stntoHich mond Climax Claude Dosha Claude Desha of Harrison count Into member of tho legislature wont down in dofoat for a ronomi tion last Saturday Tudgo Lafferty defeating him Claude was an uncompromising Googol man and declared that Harrison would and must bo for Goobol It proved an unfortunate remark for Mr Dosha and proves that a man can only manngo one race at n time Judgo LafTorty is staid to bo an excellent man and good Democrat Owen Democrat His Name Is Donnls In his speech at Hartford Mon nfSenator Goobol calls tho Wrltors of tho Dispatch all sorts of liars and scoundrels Ho also took several whacks at his oppo flout Hon P Wat Hardin Sen ator Goobols front nnmo is Dennis and tho sooner ho discovers that fact tho bettor it will bo for tho Democratic party in Kentucky Bullitt Pioneer ills Exclamation In Eclipse When Senator Goobol in his Xicholasvillo speech Monday reached that point whore ho was expected to explain his connection with that wholesale resignation anfI i TO CtTUK A COIO IX OXK DAY Take Laxative ttronio Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money if it fails to cure 25c The genuine has L B Q on each tablet Our readers who wish to subscribe toff jf n first clnss magazine should read tho I 6f Lippincotts It is a good ono The Black DltBOid Will Be Bollt There has boon a lot of cabling between London England syndicates nnd the American end of tho Black Diamond railroad within tho last few days and UK final touches to tho deal wore con Humiliated in full at tho Grand Hotel yesterday when nix tlin rout contracts representing uj many charters of the dilVorent di visions of tho system wore siirtud sealed and dclivoml to Hen T C l Dickinson financial ag nt of th I company to U pussod over to till English capitalists Mr E D Davis of Gallipolis Ohio ono of tho attorneys of tho projected road drew time instruments accord tug to tho rigid requirments of tho ncrosswatermonoy bags and Mr Dickinson starts for Washington today with tl1liO documents to have them passed upon by the Secretary of Stale and tho British Minister aft r which ho will sail with thorn for London Everything requested in the English end of tho deal was curried out in detail yesterday and a cal lt to that effect started to Sir Thomas Tancred London last night Ex State Railroad Commissioner Vin Kirkby of Toledo said last night that tho wholo work of transfer is now complete and the construc tion of tho road is an assured fact There are four contractors at tho Grand now ready for a hundred miles of construction each Mr W T Italnml one of the Toronto Canada capitalists who recently purchased a largo area of timber in Eastern Kentucky was it tho Grand last night enroute to the lands Hotel Gossip in Cin cinnati Enquirer j FRED J HEINTZ- manufacturing JBwoIcrI IAUII IN Watches Clocks Jewelry Diamonds SILVERWARE OPTICAL GOODS Solid Gold and Silver Medals and Class Pins CSTUnexcolled Repairing Facilities 101 K Mnln 8troet IB- MLEXINGTON KY Price List for Watch and Clock Repairing Cleaning Watch American make 150 II Old English Lever 200 Mnln Spring 150 Cleaning Clock Auifir 8 day 125 II Ifrellch make 350 4 4 Nickle alarm style CO Main uplng in clock Antes make 100 II II French make 250 Mending soldering Gold Spectacles 2535c I dl Steel 25c tSJRepalnns Jewelry According to nature of repairs New pins fitted Into brooches pins 15c HG ROBINSON OF BEATTYVILLE KY WITn RIUUGESPROPRIETOR Kentucky Cider Vinegar Works LOUISVILLE KY Your patronage is respectfully solicited J TAYLOR DAY Wholesale and Itetnll dealer iu General Merchandise Lumber Real Estate c FnirIand Driving Park Association nnd the Farmers Exchange OITlN A KASII n ATTORNEYatLAWHAZEL Will practice in the courts of Wolfe and the tof1AVEItS Clone and Nice for Into QLUI this office at 20 cents per 100 ireotost Clothing 8018 In the History of the TradeI Lithj louis Gus Straus I uxlnulons Leasing gflcuSe AVo are bully ovdvlcuked in every department V0 propose to sell you Imrgtiins when you want them anti not when the season is over lUST THINKf OF A GOOD WARM OVERCOAT at 00 cents A forrwtilul satinlined Kersey overcoat finest made worth 2500 at 1250 250 Boys All V001 Scotch Suits double breasted sizes 5 to 16 years worth 4at 2u Tieautiul blue and black cheviots double uptoRemember we hay clothing for the Workingman Farmer Hanker We do not carry cheap trashy goods but represent such manufacturers as Alfred Benjamin Co Strous Bros Fechheimer Keifer tC Co and all the leading manufacturers of the United States You cannot afford to miss this sale as you may never have another chance in your lifetime We are agents for Xewburgh XeverRip Pants and will give you 10 per cent oil on all goods Beautiful Natural Wool Undershirts and Drawers worth 2 at 1 a suit The best Fleecelined Undershirts and Drawers worth 2 at 1 a suit 100 dozen Fancy Shirts made by Hutchinson Pierce Co at 75 cents Price never named heretofore and worth 150 You can afford to borrow money and pay interest to buy these goods at priers named LOUIS CUB STRAUS Lexingtons Leading Clothiers r TRAINIHC IFEED STABLES crI i 11 h I have opened nmy Trninitug and Feed Stable and will keep on hand plenty of feed and a full supply of vehicles and Partiestraps eomlllg front n distance who may desire horses pnstured for n few tIWS or weeks can tare the bezt pasturo at reasonable rntcs LIVEfiY ST1atS r =Also for the convenience nnd accom modation of guests of the Day louse nt hazel Green anti L Park Hotel at Torrent I have opened nearby two first class livery stables where I will keep buggies saddle horses and hacks for hire at all times Per sous wishing n vehicle to meet them at McCausay can telephone me nnd have any desired vehicle or saddle horse promptly- I will also have n lull supply of hacks for hlro to drummers which will be In ortimePersons Intending to visit Day and Swnngo Springs will be met at either McCuey or Torrent with team and driver and I will have pleasure in shipping water for them whenever desired Day and Swango water fresh and free on Ice nnd tap for guests at L Park Hotel J TAYLOR DAYe F A1t LO1V JRTfc Whig InSurance jjsntt of Hasten Kontuctg Oflices Bonttyvillo Jackson hazel Green W H PIERATT charge of the Hnzel Green office and all- s entrusted to hint will receIve prompt atten tlou PATIIONIZE A UmlE AGENCY RESTORER MANHOOD DR JCEIIVEBIXE MOWS PILLSThNorroeefrostrotlonlb11Inillcntn Vo oiconsltoueootTnharcooreplumwLIChleadta6oa sarnpUonant JDanlt With CTe 8order 10 JtU tozc- aIo1o0 QntrotocnronrIQfnnll the monor pers t9 1 MOTL8C111 1C4LCtC1cVClaadOhla 4- ia1iikuAlsc4 L n- v r 1- a t hi n a a frF f rI 1- i Jr 0ILLSi the tor pld liver and cure rtcasslck headache Jaundlc IndIces tlon etc They arc i- wabio to prevent a cold or break up n r fled gentle certain they are Worth theyeurbe25cnt nil medicIne or by mall ere Get IIIOOD t Co lowell Mass OS HERALD led River Valley Railway Coos TIME CARD Traln leaves McCauscy at 0 oclock nncctinir with train at llotliwell forwa It6terling Ueturnintf leaves Ilothwc t4p1AfJ S MUIH Gen Agt Itotliwcll Ky Mrs John Davis remains quite ill jlr Milts Xickell was in town Fri elrDick Phipps has moved Lack to tom again Sam Taulbee of Red River was iin town Saturday- 3Irs Ellen Kash has been on the sic list the past week A P Lacy of Leo City was in our midst Inst Sunday George Taulbee went to West Libert Friday on n short trip George Byrd has rented and moved to the J tr Trimble property Rev Wallen filled his appointment at SundayIRev Ie went to Pine Grove Satur day to fill hisappointment nt that place Judge Geo Wheeler left Sunday for Frencbhurg where he will attend court Wanted To trade a yearly subscrip lion to Tin HERALD for Il male shout Robert J McLin left Thursday for Torrent Winchester and other points or business Let nil the old pupils of the Haze Green Academy remember the grand re anion in June Frank Kash and wife left Sunday fur Jackson where Mr Kash has a position with Day Urns Co I want about iiOO clapboards to cover moke house Call at HIUAU office SiEXCER COOITK Quite n number of the pupils of the Hazel Green Academy arc gradually caring for their crops s E E Atkins has been confined to his bed for more than two weeks past at the home of Dr J M hash Mrs W T Caskey was quite sick for jveral days last week and this but iis now better we are glad to say Dr J M Kash who was called to the edshc of his daughter Mrs Floyd Day oC Jackson reports her aa being quite lick There was another tide in the Red iver Tuesday morning In fact it rould have tied the Mississippi at some points Courtney McGuiro returned to Clay city last week after n few days in our midst while having his property repaired you MUST have pure blood for health Hoods Sarsaparilla purifies the blood Take Hoods Sar iptrilla if you would BE WELL following1Iirthsawei Robinson on Friday a boy to the wire of Greonberry Robinsonon Sunday agirl Mrs George Byrd is dangerously ill at Ierhome in West Hazel Green and it is feared ahe is not ablo to ho removed to w Trimble property which Mr Byrd l1li lately rented Or that if removed the shock to her would prove serious Mrs Clay Lacy of Daysboro will lease accept the thanks of the editor veryaoeMod she is assured that her donation BentireIRALDhiouseliold The Hazel Green Herald after a BUS- pension of some weeks owing to the ill nsbrightgnteoua cause of Hardin and good i someiyour originalFFOducttonsFrenchburg Ain an named Ben Dyke of Wolfe unty was brought here to the Eastern theabeseesMeathissdctlfPspatrollgouk r Lexington Heraldtt LexIngton Herald HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Miss EntertalningloiLearningTheKentuckMountaineerit might Interest thntI prlrentedsonfullerI educationinstitutions JlazUreeiI county of the mountain section iis a cos ailleyIthisitji othetablishcd in ISs6 the Hazel Green Academy placing in charge thereof 1rol A F Erb and assistants childrento suitably prepare teachers of tho this trict schools Under the the existing conditions 5u many cases if the unlct tercd oofriendto the entire satisfction of those in nuI thorn instnlltil as teacher thre1p- erpetuntlIg ignorance under the garl ofeducationThe of the Hazel Greet school impressed with the tinfortunati results of such a custom planned to rec tify it as far as possible It has in the dozen years of its history furnished for ty or more educated cultured teacher IellItllckOlllljIahemrtand iiody having under thci fostering care hundreds of children win are to be the home makers 11111 the litmakers and to rule for weal or woe thin entire section of our commonwealth Who ca i estimate the leavening intlu once or predict the harvest of even this one department of this mission school The value of the propety owned bj the Christian Womans Board of Mn sions at Hazel Green is estimated nt 7000 The school building is comfort able and commodious having four huge rooms and several smaller ones Th boarding department is in its truest sense an attractive home in which tin principal Prof W II Chord and family and three assistants live with the young women nnd men who come from a number of the surrounding counties Tin worthy indigent are educated free of charge those able pay low rates of tuition The school is entirely supportet by the Christian Woman Hoard oC iisinn1at much cost of labor and mon- t They would gladly endow it if thej could Is there any better way for soini public spirited philanthropist to perpetuate 1 ljH name as a benefactor of hiil race nmTp generous friend and brothei of throe loss favored members of the dear old Kentucky family than to endow the Hazel Green Academy Sri SUUKTTI LETTER FROM ELDER PIERATT Who Talks Entertainingly of the Great State of Kansas and Us Products CRANDALL KVJC March 211 UU Brother Cooler Dear Hr I received the HAKL GREEN HERALD yesterday which was a welcome visitor because it vas more than a letter from my old Keir Lucky home I am glad to see that you arc 0 K again I often think of the dear people of Huzel Green and would love to see them all though I find hero Christian hearted people who are as kind to me at ny own people Doubtless they will all like to hear about the country It is a fine country tine prairie and bottom land The aver ige corn crop is 30 bushels but not much wheat is raised Clover and tim ithy grows fine The blue grass foi beginning to take the prairies Irish pota oes grow in abundance nnd are selling rom 90 cents to 110 per bushel Caflir corn grows well here and nil gar den vegetables plenty and the finest and nost hogs you ever saw never hue the holora A fino grade of cattle Bro Randall has only 700 head on hand now and he has only got 150 head of hogs 40 lead of horses and mules so you see people farm on a largo scale hero They mve a fins breed of horses One man Cultivates from 50 to GO acres everybody work early and late I want to tell you what I saw this morning Istood on Bro McGuires porch and saw two wnlveaon the prairie but we couldnt Ket near them they were so shy There are lots or prairie chickens jackrabbits wild geese wild ducts and fish in abun lance So you see Bro Cooper if I had- II gun and tithing pole I wouldntstarve Bro L C McGuire and I went to Yates Center the county seat of Wood lion today It is a nice town and bush ness is lively They have eight different burcbes so you see the people believe in religion here Mrs Pieratt has not landed hero yet but am looking for her anytime I bave been here two months to dy and have not been sick an hour ince I arrived and dont take any ncdicine All I want is plenty of ood and the people have got it I only reighed last week 1G7 pounds and I eel like I was about 25 years old Bro Leo McGuire nnd family are well nnd doing well plenty to eat and no poor kin- Born to Louie Crandall and wife a- girl on the 18th day of March There was a young lady died today I will preach her funeral tomorrow at 2 oclock She had been nn invalid rom birth Love to Sister Cooper and yourllelf- nnd nil inquiring friends Excuse long letter and if this docs not go to the nste basket I will write again in the near futureYourJ fTePIERATT RobertMooreEdSllutsberry tbfirstnnd railroad ties Mr Garrett is tho exrepresentative from Powell and B till He has been engaged in the timbc business for several years past nnd iis now also a merchant at Torrent Mi Moore has also been identified with the timber trade along the L E and C 0 rrilroads for several years Mi Sutilsbirry now lives at Eminence but ouln year or r to ago ran n general stor near Jackson anti moro recently wits en gaged in merchandising at Torrent whicl place he told to MrI Garrett The trio are gentlemen who will do to tie to amour farmers tatty find it to their intcrcs to see them If all the married women in Wolf county wore as prolific as the wife of Henry Linden colored who lives on Chapel branch a few miles below Haze Green ulldnil the children lived wi0 should soon have a population second to no county in Kentucky Within thir torn months she has given birth to four children viz Twins in January 1898 aid twins a iiin in February 1899 All of them our informant says were well developed healthy babies but three of them have died since birth Our stock dealers should road the ad vortisoment of Greene Embry Co live stock commission merchants Cin cinnati and ship their stock We hue lung maintained that our farmers am dealers in live stock generally would re aize bettor prices in Cincinnati titan ai Mt Sterling or any other local market and if they will remember that tho nun who buys of them there generally ship to Cincinnati and of course at a profit they too must see it That poem The Dear Old Herald Pages will appear next week Everything intended for publication in Tin H KitAM except correspondence shouli be handed in Fnday or Saturday if possible and correspondence must court Monday or we can not use it without extra work The beautifully nnd legibly written manuscript of our Swango Springs car respondent is the delight of time printer Sumo of our other correspondents would do well to stake a note of this and tai part to their eccentric cbirojjrnphy mon of the character of legibilty The case of tho Commonwealth againstt Miles llollon and others charged with killing John Browner was called for trial Monday and some of the witness for commonwealth not answering tin case was continued until next term Jackson Hustl r Blood and Nerves are very close ly related Keep till blood rich pure and healthy with Hoods Sal tlnrilla mill you will halve no nervousness Hoods Pills aro best niter tlinmiel pillyaid digestion prevent constipation THE BEST OP THEM ALL II ILIPPINCOTTS1 MONTHLY AZINB Contains n complete novel In every num her In addition to n InrRO quantity or useful nUll entertaining reading matter Xo ronlmifld stories irtileh art so objtetlonable to not rtaderm It Mbould be in every bousobold Bub yearAKCIIIS town to whom the moat liberal Inducements will bo offered J B LttPIKCOTT COMPANY Publishers PHILADELPHIA Do You Want to Make Money 8IOOO to WJOno pnr Wenk unmated We want intelligent hustllriK rcpresenta lives to handle the most beautiful lId pop ilar line of fast selling books and Bibles ever lUlled by any house Uptodate quick Iellcrs lowl retail prices liberal terms and lair dealing are the inducements wo offer Credits given and freIghts paid We want you with us Dont make your plans till you hear from us Write tin by return moll THE HUOOINS PUB CO jeS Kiser Building Atlanta Ua oooooooooooooooooooooo BazoI GrOan lloadeML Normal and Preparatory School PRIMARY AND INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENTS English Course I itin Scientific Course Preparatory Classical Course Preparatory Ministerial Course Teachers Course Ilusincss Course MusicalJ Courses Thorough work in every depart ment Attendance now the best in the historyof the school Second term begot January 2nd and ends Juno 7th 1890 WM II CORD t Jan 19 1699 Principal1 ooooooooosoo 00000 0 R II BRYAN SALKSMVN FOIL Pearson Clark WHOLESALE + GROCERS LEXINCTON KY GREENE EMERY dt Oil Live Stock CO lnl ion Merchants CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Long Distance Telephone 7356 fVALL SALES GUARANTEED 4t f FlfATTFllliliFR General MerchandiseI LIVE STOCK and Country Produce QUALITY OF GOODS THE BEST and PRICES THE LOWEST 00000000000000000000000000oooooaooooooo ooooo000000000000000oooooeoow S S- ILITiTERY R JJJJJ ll tlJaT 1 JI1 n1 STABLEal hnvo constantly on hand Horses Buggies nnd Covered Hacks suitable for Drummers and will convoy parties to any point in Eastern Kentucky on reasonable terms Write or tolo phono me anti I will moot you at eithor McCausoy or Torrent oooooo o 000 g OOQQIHKQ OOOQQQQQQ OJ rVYV ALL PARTIES INDEBTED TO ME By note or account will please call and settle as I need money Otherwise I will certainly proceed according to law I have waited and waited patiently and now I must have my money000oooooacaoooooooooaooooooooooaoooaodolo04000000ooo044 ooaoooooadaooooo00oooooa dl S r 4+ X vIII JaI JFTlioso who have not paid their taxes must pay tho same fit once as I WILL WAIT NO LONGER A levy will bo sate in Ten 10 Days and thon there will ho a hot time in tho old town to night Dont neglect this as it will save mo trouble and you much expense Respectfully H F PIERATT1- eputy Sheriff Wolfe County CONNAUGHT2D3512 Thin celebrated KnKllih Hackney utalllon Imported to the United States on June 3 18J3 will make time canon of 1800 at the stables of John II Pieratt nt lintel Green Ky nt time extremely low price blood anti beauty considered of S6 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Or 85 To Insure A rare In Foal money due when the tact Is ascertained In either case A lelu on the colt will be re tamed for time season money and In event the maro ill traded off or bred to another horse the money will then be due Every care will taken to prevent accidents but 1 will not be responsible should they occurDESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE CONNAtOHT 2ND 3512 is a beautiful bay full 16 hands high black mane and t tail goal style and action and a fine road stet 0 years old this spring He was sired by Victor of fleetly 1587 data Ronnie 1025 by Highflyer 1000 Victor of Hcetlcy 1587 by Reliance 007 rand dam by Congress 101 Reliance GG7 by Confidence 168 dam by RI Neman 070- NOTK Ills complete pedigree covers thu thoroughbred and conchhorsebut is too lull to quote Breeders are invited to cull and see him and examine his pedigree at my stables Respectfully J II PIKIATT IIKE HARTFIELD I JIuiiluart irN Mt Htorllnjr Ky JtKInKfl- KXTHCUCCENHEIMER Co LYNCHBURG VA Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods Notion and Fancy Goods We manufacture the well known IIEATS ALI Pant and Overalls Hold your orders until you ace I him Y I Addrae GENERAL WRSMITH LEXINGTON KY tor circular of bit famous and nipoastU COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded HmUI sit Worlds EzyMltlMh lien to tboDiandt of rri4utet lo Pc1eltt1tf tat ofPall Btulara Coarse Inclndlnf lul ShorthaadTypeWritingandTslegrapbyila1 at1 IIawrlledGENERAL WILUaLII1TJ1lAziaJENoU Ktnluetv IMtfrtilv Tttmrttt VOOjaeH MA- kaJ Marly loop 4ft t5e aUM UM Uti ytur 013 MALONBY J K ADAMS HALONBT ft ADAMS SILVERSMITHS AND JEWELERS LIE CITY WOLFE COUNTY KY Repair Clocks Jewelry of all lowest prices Watches awL kinds at the and guarantee satisfaction in all cases Special attention to orders by stall 0 R I5ARRISOf+ ftttorneyaiLaCOLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY AND Hi TURNS 1JIOMITLY MADE 451 W JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE KY Reference J Taylor Day Hazel Green J Ae TAIILBEE o s- s 1l Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN 18Y 1fi SurRcry and obstetrlcflii specialty HERALD+ JOBpRINrnroIITWJ aifTsad the oiteraei 1 a t VJT tljL e 1tti J- L f r a y- J r vt 1 6 r i 5 JjJ 1 t1 t1t II i 1 l II f jIj I 11- L 1- k i i r L i t Ia I 1yy St pir y rr1iW jfIf i 1 t 4- x Y t 1fi 1fi 1fs 1f4fi I J J THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Publisher HAZEL GREEN t II t t KY A RAINY DAY Kinder Ilko a stormy dfcf lWic It all to gcthcr Dont bellovo Id want It jet only pleasant weather If tho sky wan allors blue guess Id bo complalnln And a pcstorln around wlshln It WOA ralnln LtlTo a stormy mornln now with tho water dnnhln From tho cnvcu and from ho spouts foam In and nsplanhln With tho leaves and twigs around slilnln wet and drlppln fihakln In tho wind with drops every whlchwny aklpnpln- Llko tor sec tho Runtn of rain whcro theres naught ter hinder Sail acroat tho fields and como spat ugainet the winder Btrcakln down along tho panes noodln nllln and lodges Makln little fountaln llko In tho tIlsh edged Like ter see tho brooks and ponds dimpled up nil over Like tcr sco tho dlmons shine on the bend In clover Like tcr see tho happy ducks In tho pud dies iinllln And tho stuck tnt rooster nil draggled wet and trallln But I like It best Inside with tho fire n Rleamln And my elf with chores nil done scttln round unit drcnmln With the kitten on my knee and tho kot tlo hummln And tho raindrops on tho roof Home Sweet Homo adriimmln Kinder like a stormy tiny tnko It nil to gather Dont believe Id wont It jest only plennnnt- wcathor It the Hky WIM tillers blue guess Id lie com plalnln And a pestcrln around wlshln It wns- rnlnin Joe Mncoln In U A W bulletin An Army Wife BY CAPTAIN CHARLES KING CoryrlrJilcJ ifoCbyII Tennyson Nc ly SYNOPSIS Chapter tPllnllio Melnne a young widow In Invited to visit the Ornflons et Fort Sedgwlek tier slrter tries to Ills Kuado her us Hnmlolpli Merrlnm whom she land Jilted for old Melane anil his bride nro ntatloned there Chapter II Knnnlo Mclnnos wedding rauscH fnmlly feeling A tow months Inter she whllo trnvellng with her husband meets Mcrrlnin on his wedding trip Chapter III Some time previous to this Morrlum hnd gone on u government sur vey fallen IIL nnd hind been nursed by Mrs Trcmnlne nnd dnuphtrr Kloreneo A hasty nova from Mrs MeUanus stepson takes hint to the plains Chapter IV Young Melano dletntes to Mcrrlnin n dying mtscnge which Is sent to Parry u young Chicago lawyer and brothorlnlnw of Mrs Melane Reply muses Mrrrlnm to swoon lie Is tnUcn to tbo Tremalnen enlla for Klorene- eChtptcr V riiKtipomont of Iloreneo Tromnlno to Morrlam announced wed ding shortly follows Cbnpter 1tMr MiIjuio Is iny terous ly shot In Sinn IranclHrn Merrlnm lI greatly excited when ho rondn neoonnt In papers Whllo still In mourning Mm Me lano prepares to visit fort Sedgwlek Chapter VIIMrs Mclnno arrives nt the fort Morrlnm Is stnrtlod nt the news nnd bo nnd his wlfu absent themselves tram the formal hop that evening Chapter YIIJIr and Mrs Merriam pay their respects to tbo widow on nn livening when she would ho sure to have many other cnllcr+ Vhcn the call Is returned Merriam IIs away nnd his wife plend Illness hs excuse for not seeing her Mrs Mcfjano receives telegram Arc rested Chicago Your unclo stricken par nlysU You will bo summoned Ptcuro pqpers othorwlso lose everything o M dlflcullyChapterMerriam Ortiflon r rsundes him to go but the widow pontjKjnes tho mreatlm till text lioon- Chapter XP1Otencol learns Merrlnm has boot to see Mrs Mctnno nail In a ntorm of pnrslqn will not allow him to ex plain Shortly litter Merriam la Intercepted tw Kannle Molmie an ho Is passing through Oraftons yard Plorenco witnesses tbo meeting which she supposes has boon pre arranged Chapter IrrlC McTnnobegs Merrlnm for papers given him by her stepson but which ho tells hor were nil forwarded to Parry Merriam Is seriously wouiulod In tight with itreasrrs Chapter XII Florence In her deep ills nppolntmoiH loves her homo In the night for her tapers bonne at the cantonment ClmptorXIIKThrco persimul telegraph jnpwuiKCK cnio fUr Morrlam tram Parry tatter Is notified of Merrlams mlabnp miles from ppntH A dispatch from her lawyer on his way to tho fort together with account of serious lujiirlm to Merriam account of serious lnjurle1 to Merriam caucva tics MeLano to faint Chapter XIV Merrlam Is brought In In the ambulance Inquires for Florence but pets only nn evasive answer doctor four lug IVOWB of her light may provo futnl to him Chapter XV lust about noon when the hospital attendant was away nt dinner Mrs McLnne steals In on Merriam What follows In thus described CHAPTKIJ XV CONTIXUKD lie wns Ihnlf asleep half awnkc In fthat helplessly lethargic state that seems to posscBs most tctnpcrainents after subjection to the Inllucnce of mor phine lie was conscious of no pain no soreness conscious of nothing but that longing tar the coming of Florence and n wondering nil to the time of night or day Ho remembered halt opening his eyes and seeing Hop blinking In nn easy chair by the bedside and then noticed tltnt It was In Ithe spare roomtth gucst roomhe was lying and bn thbught must be ncardawn tor the rJm tt us nnll i hndc vrcrc drawn yet a dim llghtwe hlnlng through He thought Florrle Joust be In her room the front room fI and he wsjust thinking of calling to the icrvnnt and rousing him when he beard the swift pitapnt of light footsteps In the hall a swish of skirts and stretching out his nnn he called aloud Florence darling and the next min ate n womans form was nt his bedside nnd he Htartcd up rubbing his eyes nnulzcIJ startled believing perhaps that he wns Btlll dreaming for there with trembling outstretched hands stood Fanny 11eGnn- c1Rhntwhere Is my wife he fo pcdIII thought why surely this cannot be you tilt 1Is I Handy Hhe quavered IITwns in torment I could not rest nor sleep I knew you wero alone with no one to cure for youhe Alone Interrupted Whnt do you mean Where Is Florence my wife1 Von dont mean they havent told you she answered She tats gone home to her people It IIs supposed She left two nights IIgotthat IIonc reason I nm here tvahlslug hnlf incoherent words 11111 Hods name what do you mean You or I niUKt be mad Here Hop quick Where are my clothes ketch them at once then go for Capt Grafton Im not mild she nuMvercd Head thlRlhe letter she left for you nnd the wretched woman tossed upon the 1bed tthe note she had taken from among the others on tthe mantel nnd shouting for n light Merrlam tore open the envelope while the Chinaman nerveless and obedient to Ithe masters will threw open It3n shutters In the next minute liandy hind read the page with staring rlirobblngeyes then fairly ordered her from the room and daed yet terrified t Ithe effect of her announcement slit crept into Flor Micei room and threw herself Into a chair moaning raid rocking to and fro Like n madman Merrlam wits tip and tearing iibont Issuing rapid orders to the servant his humness nil forgotten and Hop awed and dismayed dared din obey him In nothing Quickly he dressed his master pulling on light rid lug breeches nail leggings Instead of carefullydrawingcrippled arm that In Its sling and hall dages was now boundclose to flic body It seemed to tnl1o time lit nil to get him dressed yet MerrlamI fumed and raged and then limped forth Into the hall bidding Hop go saddle Jlrown Dick at once At sound of his halting footsteps in the hall sloe hind once store roused her self to action her own weight of care and trouble urging her on Handy slit cried for Iindn sake answer me Are you sure are you sure was there no other statement no other paper Did ho persist to the last that his moth er was alive Mrs McLnne was the answer truthr1 I myself from you but you would have iI Oh Kandy It tudylshe cried You are heartless You lire brutal vindictive YouI are punishing me be cause I so cruelly wronged you Hut what did I ever do to you compared with what you trove done to me Oh why IIf you ever loved me why could you not have destroyed that lying pa per that Is to rob me of my name uy ll eveiythiogiliihiI heav fly against the balustrade I rode night and tiny We Bnt the swiftest courier we landto save your honor to stop that marriage Hut your didnt stop It You were tim lute she cried And when you KIIW ItVvaH too late Instead of bnnilng those papers or giving theta to me you held them that you might triumph over my ruin Then when you knew I was coming to beg for them yon were n coward fluudyyou Kent them nil to Xed Parry that my own sister might gloat over my downfall Mrs Melane he Interrupted this IH all unjiiHt nil untrue Ask Mrl Parry when he comes as come Iii probably will Hut this ends our meetings Gad forbid that 1iih uld ever see you nlone again i It lots driven from mo my wife devotedlydnto fluid her dud then he broke nwny Out to the stable he staggered love pity devo tint urging him on nnd triumphing over the still numbing effect of the deaden lug drug whose languorous spell he hind never known before timid Urown Dick whinnied his welcome and impn timer mid Hop Ling whimpered his pidgin protests even nn he was cinching on Merrlamh field krddle with Its wellstocked pouches Handy fiercely ordered silence bade the Chi naman give him a hand and then with blurred ryes nnd senses with ears stiii drowsily ringing he slowly climbed Into saddle hardly missing the cus tomary grip of the left head In the mane Thenl out he rode into the sun shine Brown melt bounding with eagerness to search for mind rejoin his stable mat and then with every stride as he tore away over the mesa Handy felt the cobwebs brushing from Iris brain and hope anti determination spurring him on You hnvc broken your word tend gone to your old love was the stern message of Florences brief letter I will be no mans fool no faithless husbands wife Yoiuicod not look for me nor follow for I Wil never come to you rgnln Another time pride anger and sense of wrong might have held his hand but not now And before that half crazctl halfcringing woman could give the alarm Handy Merriam was riding fast and furious to join the pursuit think ing only of her suffering and her nor row nil Ignorant mercifully of the new peril that Involved hU precious wifeIt was vain for Dr Leavltt to heap Im precation on the head of that hapless Chinaman Implicit obedience to the will of his master was the only creed Hop Ling observed Mclllum say dlcss and catchum saddle nnd flask nod lunchlint was enough Melllum jI hide catchum Misseetoy an elll1l1l1II out Hop Ling wasnt 001 terfere I lint IIf Dr Leavltt hot lost one pa tient Fate humid provided him with an rufulhtIOUH sad tarrying only long enough h report to Huxton the escape of Lieut Merrlam he hastened to the bedside of Mrs McLane now in tOTe need of med ical attention Harriet Grafton haw been heard to say that that afternoon anti the night that followed made her ten years older but lien looks do not warrant the statement Unquestionably she land a hard time mind might have had n much harder hut fur the opportune arrival nt the post just before sundown of the lately blockaded lawyer MrI Kdwnrd Iarry of Chicago Meantime utterly broken down nod cut off Row for the first time since her marriage front the soothing and cum fort of the perilous drug to the use of which shut hind become wedded almost frcm the hour tUnit she met McLaiie poor selfabsorbed Funny wins pouring out lie story and lice secret In almost Incoherent ravings to herr hostess Dr Leavltt who hind suspected the cause of her vagaries before was confident of It when he WJIH called in to prescribe and quickly found the daintyt little case thatt Irafton had discovered the tiny before llt was hours before slit could be even measurably quieted rand meantime what n talc of shame anti woe had she not poured into Harriets astonished cuts Strainedt from Its ravings anti inco i hcrcnclcs and Mrnightcned out in j chronological order the story resolved Itself Into tbts lohn Harold McLnne wns a southern sympathlcr as n young mUll and went to California during tilt war provided with n liberal allowance and nn opportunity of embarking in buslnetiii At Sacramento he fell into thus clutches of a notorious household Old man Icrkins humid three handsome daughters and n tichcming wife The mothers nine was to marry those girls to wealthy men and jhe had Miiceeeded as to two of them nnd McLnne fell a victim to the plot and Was married to tIll third A son John II Jr was born to titan In Just 07 and trouble of every kind followed The sisters had quarreled with their respective lords cue of whom bind abandoned his wife urn gout to Japan while the other even more desperate had gone nelfdi reeled to his grave Mclancs home people refused to recogiiic any of tho Perkins stock tail cut off the young fellows nllownnce Old man Perkins therefore had three married daughters and one nou in hair on his hands and pandemonium reigned within his gates He had to order the eldest tltnugbletOu1- of the house and the revenged herself by doping wit h a man who deserted wife mad children to run iivaywith this magnificentlyI handsome creature n thing lie mourned in sackcloth amid ashes until hula money vanishing he rant off with another victim mind left him poor indeed yet vantlyI better off than when he had her McLaneH wife teas the best of the Ithree in disposition but tint was say ing little and when nil his money was gone they fairly kicked him out of doors und he In desperation drifted to Nevada anti the mines just in the I hl1IlIgpick and shovel At the very time old IVrkhiH people were trying to Iget n divorce alleging desertion nnd inure to Hiipport Melano loomed up at Viri gin in City a t part owner of a lode that lpnld Jkc tl0 JuulslockI and his luctrm i IIImentu wtW bollcvcd to be deeply in love with a xtcntnhcut ln1j fTlncor proved1 Unit she wasnt by j1CUII tvylng to Virginia City with her little boy nod reclaiming her now prosperous husband There they lived In style and the Icrlins household came to visit them and rcmaincd indefinitelyI until the bickering drove McLane mad and he skipped to Frisco where every tleal he made in the stock market went his way amt he became n millionaire prettybutf ngninhejI i hh bargain but her mad extravagance j I mid the ceaseless incursions of rind sisterinlaw were too motherIj I Mm One tiny there carte n crash nndIii nwayiIe jI o tunic and p back to Virginia City and I n furious quarrel followed In which he ordered the Perkinses never to darken his doors again and lot his wife sided with her sister and elected to go with them McLnne would gladly have part ed with them nil but he hnd grown to love his boy When once more n year later fortune smiled on him nnd with n new bank account he came down to San Francisco the Perkinses had dU rPJlenrec fo of the sisters were Ifr Ing the lives of adventuresses Olll Per MM was dead and burled anti no one lKnew where the rest had gonca host of Sncrnmento tradesmen wlshcdthey could find out Then McLnne carne east bringing his sheaves with him amid Ills family not unnaturally forgave nnd welcomed hunt Prosperity followed him JIo fairly coined molueynnti Uncle Abe Mellon inns only too glad to have him as a partner nnd then after n lapse of years when he thought her dead and honestly wished her no his blissful bachelor life was broken In upon by the reappearance of his Saeramento wife now n handsome woman of nearly 40 1111111n stalwart stripling whom he recognized at once as his longlost son For two years he provided tot her and tried to educate the buy but never again acknowledged her as his wife and so long as she was amply paid nail housed lodged anti eared for flic never protested Maes club frltml 8 met hncs winked and nudged each other when the tall young fellow ap peared nt the waitingroom with a letter or when occasionally a dashing looking woman patroled the neighbor hood until he would conic out and join bier The boyWas wild and wouldnt study and was expelled front the schools lit which hI was entered by the nnme of Icrkins mind tthe landlords complained of the people Mrs1 reiklns received and entertained then Mile put the young man In Mellcns hank and there he was when the Haywnrd nieces chine back froth Europe and Charlotte married Ned I Parry and Fan wished to outcry Menlam It iwuls1ll MeLane Jr who did 1ncle Ales work for him nail went around among MerrlcmH creditors sad got them to unite In Mtelr complaint to the war department but by thatt time he had seen somethlni olI Randy haul taken a shine to hilL as hr expressed It nod whet he learned that Merriaiuliad been banished to till frontier as a consequence he told1 the old man that he was done with that tort of dirty work red was minded to go and confess to Miss Ilayward what he had done To buy him oil Mellon grace him nil the niouy1t needed nail bade him go and live the life he always longed to live that of n prospector mud miner in the Sierras MoLanc till fa then was away Ling humid been away far several months Mrs Mclane the motherI after a furious quarrel with her protector something over n year Ixs tore had agreed to return to California amid never trouble hits again upon par meat of n big round sum In ash She would not listen to a pension nnd the story tint came 1o the husbands earn soon after was that att lust Ills Sacra mento wife had rewarded tIll fidelity of her old friend Ill stenuub1aIt rnginr rr but till lawyers sent to trace the matter were confronted by unlookedfor news unwelcome news anti therefore news they tally investigatedh before report fig since if true it would put iii end to what promised to be n most profit able ease That Onn was pnieSicAlyI wanted Mrs John II Melane tats dead iITO rK CONTINTED d AmIfiit UMIniUry The respect maid veuottitjon paid to the fair sex formed an essential In gredient hi ebiisairyits it is sup posedI Wits derived front the customs of the primitive crmam whose fc lyhighspiritedsiderable sway over the otUflr sez Whatever truth there may ho 1Jn this stalerient certain it 11 that a hljja njie cles of gallantry forms till veryphmItj of modern chivalry and us u fNhl- or this we have only to refer to tile classification of n knights duty to scar od tumid love the ladles to perceive how necessary female ivloratlou is to time very exitenco of thin order This prin ciple of female iilftraUon ro pnuri ncntly displayed in nvory nrprct otf chivalry extended its liiUucnco to She laws of the tlmei for we find Jamns IIII of Arragon ordering In this mnnuot 111hpose mjf and unmolested unless he lie RIIlIII Iluutbonhio111rjpermitIlInt adds he from them after God comftnil thin honor that uan can acquire N Y Ledger ClueYesI enterprisingI cat liOuthlrtldtllNpowerful 1 lot ti trouble in my chch On yeah I hurt nil do 1eyfsaysj1o tfJIto be Fh1jIoneishootjtncetiuanddohyoniyonhNevesgoodlaud iniliaI ohmyoubetOlIIoderstheynn 1 dont troubleAfternolscleas lighted his pipe gently collapsing Shepherd fats remlnI5cence Jef1rh Pains and Ache Of Rheumatism Make Thousands sufferntl But this disease Is cured by Hoods Srtiio Inthblood1 rheuuaasm tnlcc hoods SllsnlltlflllA pt once and do not waste time and mouuv bit unknown preparations The pa ofhoodsrecord of cures uacqunlhul Hoods Sarsaparilla 15 Americas Grentcst tucdlchw for rhclIlIttlslll Hood8 Pills cure nil liver Ills ZJcentT Uu FORCE OF HABIT lie StreetCars iac the StrniiN the WeddillThe crush was terrible People with tender feet uttered Wtfkwomen thIcamnlcefranlic a dJ nail then lookrclIliMapllointcl1 Lambert watched him reach adnren0 waythroughwas being joctled about lustJ as lie got there somebody pave a belantothere are nervonx or mischievous penons who insist ou pushing Itiirhank was almost carried off his fret nail he made a frantic effort to grasp the invisible scull timog that be laid previously endeavored to find above his bead See here old man exclaimed Lambert what are you trying to find up Ihftlr justbeent sheepishlyIIts force of habit Thiis crowd nuke me think every little while that Im in a street Irllllhl1I1crI Cleveland Lender When True lace Quitr If the fiigaKement lasts long enough the iirl grows careless and inakes her appear kllchendothcTluenhovehands on itu breast and breathes its last Atchinon Globe It All Delimited The fJeneral I have stood unmoved when shells were bursting round me Could you The Artor Voll that would depend a StraySloriCSu New Form of nn Old Questionfin you wish to marry my daughter 1es sir Well can you support her in that rendition of idlene s to whichI she Ions always been ac CIISloll tlrChicago Daily llccord Never be at your place of business when youhteauseI if you cute out you will he inIotvn and Country Journal There is after all no man so erneryas the psyingI THEY WANT TO TELL Thoao Grateful Woman Who navo Boot Helped by Mra Pinkham Women who have suffered severely nnd been relieved their ills lLy Mrs rinkhums advice nnd medicine art constantly urging publication of their itntuinents for the benefit of other wo men Here are two sack letters Mrs Li7n Hiviutv 253 Merrimao St Lowell Mass writes u It affords me great pleasure to tell nil suffering women of the benefit Imvo received 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taking three bottles I could do my own work 1 am now in perfect health FFIrEEthFEEEFIFFttfr CelFE fft aE- W W resr IY- W W J W ij I tEEISendI = we will send you our 158 page 3 trated catalogue free IIIUSI I WINCHESTER REPEATINO ARMS CO 110 WUckeiter Ave HBWHATElTCOlIf S HI tilHIJI rt w t flTLtiBirrM1 f I IS tl l 7Y 1P1t41 c rTHE SWEETER MUSIC sere IU no tons so Hwcot- i Ai Love shall slllg to you SAve winnows It from rippled fields of wheat from daisies and from dow what If the birds slmll break Their very hearts for song Love has a sweater music for your sake Which thrills tno world alone The music Hweot of home Sweet and yet undefined Llghtl In dear windows for the foot that roam And Iles with kisses kind i NO welcome of blithe birds Ureaft deep In blossoms bright Only human words And In youro0yost thu light And In your eyes the light Ai of a mornings beam Woven melodies of inornliiK and of night Light In a drcnml a dreamt There la no sons so sweetbb AS I vo shall sins you And never moro LOVOH lips with yours Minll meet Heath darkened skies or blue yet whoa In after yenrs When youths dear dreams depart t ThinkI One to whose sad eyes you gave but tears Loves you Sweetheart Sweetheart Frank Siwnlon In Atlanta Constitution fI I A Perfectly ItI1m By Ella Higginson j X8BiBSailS t IZititi1frrJwiwilji f lay there alone in the dark ISIllIt was near midnight When the lights had been dimmed throughout the Infuse and stillness had settled upon everything he had arisen in un bearable suffering and gone softly down stairs It wits her last night in the house whose every chair mind cur Inm seemed to thrill as he passed and lie must lie nearer the room in which she Iny asleep forevermoru asleep He threw himself upon a couch in the hall lie layon his back with one i arm thrown over his ryes He was trembling like tin old old lIIanor liken dog that lies titt in the cold cold wet cmid hears a fire crackling within the louse A tint rain wits beating ceaselessly i against the windows and doors The climbing rose against the side of the house moved its arms as the wind bore irdown upon it It had not been a month slice tic hind asked him to tack itl Amore Mcuicly as the autumn winds were coming on and he had replied that In would do it some other time he has Jtii engagement now The cn fcga eiiKiit had been to play billiards p with a 1111111 for whom he cared notli itg She was standing on the step in 01er palt blue gown with tacks and hits of leather ami a longhandled hammer iin her hands lie recalled the cloud of disappointment that had drifted btiu dcnly in TOSS her face The following Yiorniig he had observed that the vine was tacked In place and he hub not thought of It again Until now Why on earth should he think of it nol i Was not liis anguish deep enough Why scould he not remember rather the things he hind dune to make her r 1nappy the pleasant home he had given her the jewels the pretty gowns the carriage ah thu carriage Ills heart opened andI closed suddenly The car Tinge in which she seemed to take no pleasure because he never went tiny ing with her lIe hud told her that he tray too busy I Good God hue heart I cried out roughlyI why need he hire lied to lllrl She must have known surelyther Presently hu became aware thnt two women had entered an adjoining 100111I They drew their chairs to the lire and Mewed nub talked The door leading into the dark hall was open It seemed good to him less lonely that they should be there They spoke In uur hushed voices ns if to make It store tjieerful for themselves t11ellanhd one niter they hnd talked tof other things biting a thread ulldI lolling the end between her thumb and oreflnger she hind everything that il1icsagoudrutnanbe ftoward the lamp to thread her needle tOlctherfIDYf The other woman was silent t Yes continued Mrs Gregg beginI ling to tew there aint many men as good to n womans he was Stun humid n jWce home all furnished up nice wy lpt sideboard alone cost 520111If Itcast fif tent Sne hind u cook an n second prltl1 never could see why they cull itmsecond glllsnn n kerrlnge nn te Jewchnil dresses She had + Iento spending mousy besides 11hvdidI speak 1 1M looked at her She rocked back I wCFCm8 poorklghbor lunchalbeenI 1utblp ktt death she hind spoken to him worn n Youll do something r sometimes dearest she hndto- her difFsltthongsthtrthemthnothurtrsentencejJsEj at her front door went os Mrs Gregg She wanted a fine one an1 thlrg111lproof closet for her aYappmiseam done MIVI Mcdcaf showthatbeing finished Oh youll soon have it done Its a Hellhcomlnhome odhtreThen of a sudden the other woman spoke I reckon he wont be any loner armnrti shes been nil these years nIghttlllsickeningpainsent through the heart of the man who Iny there in the dark fwd heard llumerhum sold Mrs Gregg 1 expect It did get kind of lonesome for her liehethat is I guess e theimeany its didnt drink or gamble or look nt other women He was a perfectly model husband There was no reply to this and pres enlly3i Creggcontinued nevcrd thought shed up and utter a word of complaint ages such n husband She never didsaid Mrs McdcnlfI Never n her life so furs I know She worshiped the land he walked on You could Bee thnt with haf an eye lint she led a mighty lonesome life model husband or no model husband He didnt have any bad habits I know that He just simply want domestic lied rather set down town an play some fool genre or other than Ito set at home an read or play Cards with his wife It aint no slum an 1 aint snylnit Is an when a woman has that kind of a husband Ithe whole neighborhoods ready to scream out I 1yO What dues gettln loiicsomcamouiit liti7 She aint gut any cull for complaint s I can see Shell best be thankln her stars slur aint got a husband that comes house drunk an abuses her or gambles everything he earns away In some old saloon or other An I alnl the cue to bu clalmln they aint right an she want time one to complain about tiny tiling Mill what I see with my own eyes I guess 1 know One night Sill come over to our house for snmcthin an when she cower ibwell If IItin say it myself our little settinroom did look bright an cheerful even if we nit got much in it He always build up iiblg bra the fireplace In winter =pups a big pun ti corn all gets up some apples from the cellar an then sets clown an reads an talks while I sew An we was setlin there that night when shut comesI III wltlrn blur dress on an a black lace searf over her heal an cries out Oh tuna cozy you are Why is your husband at hone evenings1 An she had the wlshfullest eyes lever looked Into Yea 1 Iha S real quick for I didnt want to hurt her fnelimishue works so hart all day he dont feel much like go in out nights 4 Why he isnt home every night is Item she cries out Yrs 1 be says he before I could speak Wy aint your husband No she says an she walked over an stood lookiu down tutu the tire an then slue says very slow Id be the happiest woman on earth if he was Well says he lookin at leer close hes home sometimes in the tvcuin aint hcl Dont you like popcorn cries I juinpln up quick for 1 knew he never was an sure enough her face was as red as thenn if there want tears in her eyes 1 dont know tears when 1 see cui- 1U was my Idee of a perfectly model husband said Mrs Gregg sternly I dont see huts anybody eau lltid it in their heart to utter a word ages him I aint aulterin a word ages him Mis Gregg Im just tellin you that slit was a turable lonesome woman ever if he did give her every thing heart could ask That time after her baby died he stayed home with her every evcuinhe didnt go downtown aonce not aonce You gut that seam most f finished demanded Mrs Gregg In a tune of ear tremc irritation After you get it nil finished well go out In the breakfast room an get somethln to eat Theres a nice lunch all lull out on the table Well make sonic tea on the guts stove Hut it didnt last long went on Mrs Medenlf unmoved In less a two weeks lie hind to run downtown just for a minute You like ten or coffee best Mis Med cuf We can boil one as casys the other Tea An his minutes kepi gettln longer and longer nn in lessn two with 11 1wrc Ive got my seam ohm done Mis Med caf Cahncnhahn coughed Mrs Gregg There Im ketchinI coldI In two wrecks more he was astayln as late as ever An then it Oelmcd ns if she just couldnt stay at homo alone evenlnsI Mrs Gregg arose suddenly scraping her chair back with a rasping sound SheI weiut to the sideboard cahacahn I atlleIhtn solid ellver cnkeI back Gearing a 6cuvy hands Heft that she troy I nIIheft Iit said Mrs Mcdcalf hefted it Uniihunhsolid she said briefly unimpressed So she took to cods over to my house to set a little while with her white face and black drew lookin as sad She paused and Gent sideways to pick up her thimble which had fallen Jut Mrs Gregg did not speak She set the caketray in its place on the 500 sideboard Site brushed some imaginary dust off the embroidered cover with her hand lie lying in the dark hull ob served her movements with thnt unconscious Interest in trivial things which takes hold of one powerfully in great moments She shook put the folds of her white apron nnd stood fur a second irresolute lhen she returned slowly to her chair nod sat down with n look of utter defeat Mrs Mcdcilf continued her story with Irritating complacence Mrs Gregg turned her face entirely away and leaning her head against the hack of the choir cloyed her eyes and sot motionless us If asleep Mrs Medcalf had her in nings nod she mode the most of theta Specially on windy nights when doors rattled an latches lifted up site couldnt stay alone So she used to come over and set there till bedtime nn then go homo In the ruin nn dark an go into that lonesome house all alone an him down town without u habitI Mrs Medcalf hid finished she arose triumphant She folded her work neatly and leisurely and laid it on the table Then she pushed her needle into it and laid her thimble on top of It balancing Itso it would not roll ulf He was a perfectly model husband shy said then imitating Mrs Greggs tone hot I reckon shell never be any loncsoiner up in that windy graveyard than slur was here Shall we go out now an get somethiu to llItl Slit went slowly out of the meow Mrs tJregg arose with her lips set tor gether grimly and followed And herlieI lay there alone In the dark Womans Home Companion HAVE AN AIM IN LIFE Tin YIHIIIU Sliiiulil lave n Chuer Vucii Inn mill IliiMio- II Milulllj Our of the most Important considern lion affecting siiecss In life ib n defi niteI aim to ttlilehi our endeavor arc di rented cued for which we are willing to uiakr snrrfflnes It isI dillleult for the young to make choice of a profession or trade circum stances being so allcontrolling and dc terniining in the case of must Hut rate Marled in any sphere of work however humble It Iis in time power of all to make a plan form an lId tc which it is poslhlr to Krivo amid thereby achieve something worthy and no ble If the end he proficiency In n chosen vocation time acquiring of a competence or the development of a character if assiduously pursued it is sure to de velop not only those talents which Girth and nature hUH given us but to re sult in moral quantity such at pru dente foresight and mentalI breadth cad resource which make a higher type of manhood than can possible lie achieved by the aimless drifting hand tomouth existence which otherwise certainly results It IsI a profitable employment for n leisure hour to take your past life into consideration mind see whither during the past years you have been tending whether us a result of your activity Libby good lots come to yourself and oth ers and whether you nre purxring a count likely to result In noble achieve miu rut No thing which hints at excellence in any department of lire or huslncts can result in anything but good not onlyI to the individual but to others The Vuvo of famine the list infirmity of noble minds ruby be a jvotent inlnlstr for good if pursued on lines consistent with the welfare of humanity Till great benefactors of the rune Ithe discoverers the great merchants the authors am statesmen liavu won their fame by great constructive enterprise iin thought and action which have bound together and organized commuitie increased cooperation developed whole some labor diffused rospirlly maul ended In establishing liberty mod mor ality Fame Is n suitable reward fur men who insist in achieving such mighty results but it is doubtful If those who have bets most instrumen tal In bringing these result about had any definite purpose of achieving theI fame which waited on their labors To win an independence lohrliigup nnd establish n family to become a good eitlen to bear the iimnl hardens of responsibility and authority which attach to the head of a family in a civi lined community Iis nn sin worthy of any man It involves so many qunll ties that are to be acquired onlyI by personal exertion In the struggle cud ex perience of life that It may be truly said that all who achieve it hnvn tot large extent followed n plan of life laid out by themselves amid whole suc cess IIs based upon the rock of personal endeavor and chnrnctcr X Y Ledger Monthly Ancient Indo Trnnnpnrtnt nrnlib The Persians In 510 Ih C Invented u transparent glass varnish which they laid over sculptured rocks to prevent them from weathering The coating has lasted to our day while the rocks beneath are honeycombed CIVIL SERVICE ASSAULTED Republican SttelUmcM Step the A Iifoprlntlon for the CuiHIMlBSlOM When President McKinley wrote his recent message to congress he neglected tb say u single word for civil service reform Was the subject crowded out by the new issues created by the lute war or was the omission In tentional At one time the president WHS nn ardent civil service reformer Has his new love for Imperialism cxtln guiuhcd his old faith In the elllency of a movement designed to overthrow the timehonored spoils system lie must have known that his silence upon this question would encourage the enemies of this reform to renew their attacks with fresh energy If the republican president shows tin little interest In the maintenance of the civil service law why should the republican spoilsmen in congress hesitate to attack the meap ute And this is what they hove done These eminent friends of good govern ment scored a glorious victory when they succeeded in having the appropri ation for the civil service commission struck out from the legislative execu tin and judicial appropriation bill during debate in committee of the whole Kmboldened by Mr MuKlnleys indifference such distinguished polit ical purists as Grosvenor of Ohio lvtins of Kentucky and Hepburn of Iowa dared to make a bold assault up on the iniquitous law that Interferes bo cxaspcratinglyI with the glorious prerogative of dispensing the spoils that guts with the congressional olllee 1 Especially timely is this attack Thanks to the presidents indifference road the broadminded congressmen who are working for the overthrow of this outrageous law there Is a possi bllityof returning to the good old way I OTHER MONEY of treating a public ofllco ns a private snap When we think of the new co lonial career upon which we mire about entering the timellmsn of this on slaught upon civil service reform be comes most apparent We are taking upon ourselves the administration of government in Cuba Porto Itico and the Philippines There will be a lot of nice fat places IIn the colonial depart ment Shall we fill them under thu ab surd Impractical civil service rules which insist upon placing mcritand fitness ahead of pull and partisanship Certainly not If the Grosvcnors and Hepburn + IIn congress eta help it Spain rid not so govern the Islands which I hums just turned over to us and evi t body knows how successful I ly slit in imaged them mud what a glo dOlls opportunity her colonial service offered to her impoverishedI aristoc racy mind svoru ont politicians to re cuperate their shattered fortunes at the colonists expense All the world knows how much purer and better Spains colonial system founded upon the doctrine of the spoilsmen been than Knglands based upon stringent civil service laws fly nil meant let UK rid ourselves of the odious merit system before we fill the colonial olllces in order that we may make the same brilliant success of Imperialism as Spain lies mode Instead of following Great Hrltains sad ex ample And let UH be thankful that we hue statesmen In congress who ore shrewd enough to see lie1angervvImleh lies concealed in the deadly merit sys tem oath who are brave enough to at tuck it even though the people mis guided creatures who do not know what Is good for the country an ittronglyI In favor of sticking plan that makes a public olllco n public trustletroit Free Press About n year Mr MeKlnley add In his mciiEngc to congress I ipeak not of forcible annexation for thnt cannot be thought of That by our code of morality would be criminal iggrcxftlon If that was true then it IIs true now Illinois State Iteglstcr r HANNA AND HJUMIJCY The President iai Htr Backer AM Itlll In Accera In ewe Thlas Not long ago Senator llanna said some things against the proposal to in crease the navy forthwith nt an expense of 30000000 He expressed the opin ion that AVO lend warships enough act ually built or under contract and that there wns no good reason why we should incur further expense on this account just now He mode the point that radical changes were likely to be come necessary in the construction of lighting craft and that ships btillt on plans now In favor were likely to be come obsolete by the time they were ready to go to mien When Mr llnnnu expressed himself to this effect sonic peopc jumped to the conclusion that he and Mr McKln ley were no longer in accord They nfc sumed that Mr MeKlnley hind set hula heart on more navy sad would break with anyone who opposed him In that matter Hut since then it has been given out that the shipyards were too busy on other work to undertake more naval construction for some time to come As this outgiving was of n semi official character we may Infer that tho president and Mr Hnnnn are not so very far apart on this subject The truth probably Is that the president has become convinced that the people will nut relish additional taxes beyond what will be ncccsMisry for the maintenance of a standing army of 100000 timid the payment of the pensions which will nrise out of this increase in the army and service in the tropics Probablyv the president la giving out excuses In advance through Mr Hnnnn and others fur nut pressing the matter of n large navy until the people have become ac Iustomcd to their additional burden and arc ready to carry still more bur PEOPLES TO BURN IIIIH ton ago duns without revolting That is a war hehasThe surplus fur which the treasury in indebted to the proceeds of bond SOILS In melting away and more taxes will become necessary nt no very dls taut duty even if the navy IK not in creased and the president would rather nut have to face that necessity next year when It will be in order to nom inate candidates for the presidency again In the glow of warlike ardor the people do not complain much of tint extra forcer Hut tilt ardor will cool In the course of time and when still more taxes become necessary for thin purpose of elevating 7000000 or 8000 000 oi Malays with guns taxpayers will begin to doubt whether the fun they mire getting out of time hinter la Worth the pay of the piper Mr MeKlnley la politician enough to look forward to that contingency nnd to put some re straint upon his desire to spend the earnings of the people in the compound cause of commerce and humanity Chicago Chronicler OPINIONS AND POINTERS The stnm and stripes are flouting over Cuba Hut the honor of this count r litI pledged t hunt they do not remain there Utica Observer Uencvolcnt assimilation In the climax of humbug and hypocrisy ns air plied to lint forcible annexation which Mr MeKlnley once declared would be criminal nggresslon N IV World It takes something more than the old ting mind an appropriation with an I exhortation to remember the Main t thrown in to constitute n sufllcing tie Mount platform for the democracy St Louis Jtepubllc The college presidents and pro fzssors of the country Are practically unanimous In their opposition totim Philippine annexation lint this wlu not Influence the republican bosses at Washington Education anti enlJgheB uncut are hardly ever In accord with Re publican policies Manchc tcr Yi4Union r L t l tr1if f fL 3f-A i r- sI r a f A x y 1r r r 1i 1it i itf Ii- z IiR a i A I 1 a a sk t r ir III rlrrl ir- Ia S n F p I r i rr 4 CF j l r r1t1t r I r- r4 i u t iIS ISf i ISi 4 aY e i A S Pa + 1Jo c d i t Par io ICIzI1It does not require as expert to detect k the BUflerbr from kidney trouble The hollow cUeek the sunken eyes the dark tt puffy circles udder the eyes the 1I1Iow JMUMlp colored complexion indicates Ii A physician would ask if you had rheumatism a dull pain or ache in th e back or over the hips otomnch trouble desire to urinate often or a burning or Caldlng In parsingIt after passing- there li an uniatiiflcd feeling ns if iIt mutt bed onco repeated or If tho urine bu a brick dust deposit or strong odor When these symptoms are present no tlmo should bo lost In removing tin I cause Delay may lend to gravel cntnrrh of the bladder Inflnmmntlon causing stop and sometimes requiring tho draw Eage of tho urine with instruments or may run into Urighta Disease tho most dangerous staco or kidney trouble Dr Kilmers Swamp loot tho great discovery of the eminent kidney and bladder specialistis a positive remedy for such diseases lte reputation Is world wide and It is so easy to get at any drug store that no one need suffer any length of time for want of it However if you prefer to first test its wonderful merlin mention Tin HAZEL OiiKiK ITIaATu nod write to Dr Kil mer k Co Hlnghampton N Y for a sample bottle and hook telling all about it both sent absolutely freo by mall j aoobols Friends Tho friends of Senator Ooobcl in nearly ovary part of thu state have made strenuous elllrtH to draw every I political Incident Into tho governor rnco Presumably to give Mr Ooobcl H tenon in his rnco such UN their attempt aItlonI volition at Hopkliiivlllo and their trv ing to control tho convention after It met WWII their effort to control the legit i i latlvo nomination in Harriett tttuutyii Inst Saturday which resulted in the de delve defeat of ClAtul IV+ h the Got bel candidate nUll in fact in nearly vtry I incident their effort tiara rulte in A flat failure They are straws indkathc whichwar tho political winds aT tthwi7j aadaaiat few of his friends aw lnMly tit- o ttNt that Mr CJcW chia M fc a nomination are not what tier wiji them nor even whit they tb apNt thna- a little while acre AtoJ cr trixg fooac what dfjpewie ovr tbr Uiiac tines pests Nme f hit fritads btre + fir Wwi their treads Jt ta call wjvo xi tftr lllackburn a the run vrhi cAn way the unni e and perwoil xarabrhi1tbfy themselves have inaugurated Tbfy have been warned time andaStin scan such a CAmplcn a being drtrirnVnul not only to their own cndiUt bnt to the bet interest of the party bat in I their nut career they have heeded the admonition of none ta result to wire their sinking ship every scheme known to politics will be resorted lo An AI1 ical to Democrat for party the sending of uninstructed delegations to the convention and in some instances the instructing of delepationfc for some minor office will all come in for their share But the main scheme when they pee as others already Bee that Air tOt bels chances err smallwill be a combi nation of his friends with the friends of other candidates and the hue and cry of n dark horse for harmonv sake hoping that out of the combinations and confiijr inn they may accomplish their purpose j i The friends of other Kubernatorial can i didate night just M well line up take n rtrm stand and trepan to meet and I defeat overr proposition of the Giving j ton statesman and his friends for they I will have to measure arms with their I machine system at every turn in theI campaign until the nomination isi madeIj Winchester Tie SlnII j j Thankful to tho people of this and the surrounding community for their liberal patronage since I have been a fSe physician at Hazel Green 1 wish toclnsII to thoso who have paid mo that 1 ready to answer any or all professional calls night or day and will take pleasure in doing lit liut to those who have never paid me anything I desire to say that 1 will take it ns a special favor if you will pay me at least a part of my plYlItclan you any more on promises Sow if you dont mean to pay me what you owe me for mysako and the sake of my children dont send after me With respect to all A O NICKKU M D Will Siller the Fate of Tray Col Charlie Lewis of the Shelby vllle Sentinel ie one of Senator Goebels strongest friends anti lends to the Sena tots candidacy an able support With a few morn Lewises to fight for him the Coin ton man might win It is a pity that thank must be htatenCyntht ana Democrat When Tort Have a Bid Cold This remedy is intended especially for cough colds croup whoopine cough and influent It has become famous for its curs of these di Ases over A ltrg part of tho civilised world The Blast fluttering testimonials have born receJvtJ giving account of its gvxnl works oi the aggravating and persistent I roughs it has cured of severe colds that haven yielded promptly to its soothing abct and of the dangerous attar of f croup it has cured often wing the life of the child The cxteasivu use of it- f3r whooping cough has shown that it rota that disea r of all dangerous coa ueacca Ctld by J T Dar Old palters AVs a hundred I LedJgten perch lilYYOU WOMAN Lifts Up Her 1elcl lilekalf ef GeifL inter Peen el lice KM Irma lladeWaats fix Rtleued- Tho letter which follows and its ac compnnylng articles need no comment XTiw YORK March 11 1899 Editor tbo Morning Ilerald Dear Sir The enclosed is sent mo by Miss Mabel Gilford of Ncedham Mess who in common with many other bright intellectual people is shocked at Moore Oil the outrage upon Mr Iiliee ford asks me to dispose of the article whero it will do the most good and I can think of no better way of disposing of it than to send it to one of tho editors who has spoken so generously of tho eccentric victim of legal hypocrisy kindlyreturn1VJUBT1CK TO MOORS As this country has justice display ed on its standard every net of iujus lice that comes to the knowledge of the people should be made known to all the people that they may demand of their representatives that which they desire them to perform The conviction and imprisonment of 0 0 Moore lio a case in question Whether wo up prove of the Itluo Grnsa Blade or its publisher is not what is under consideration but tho fact that Mr Mooro Inns not had n fair trial and lute been convicted by preju dice instead of justice Is a call to III lovers of juatico to raio their voices in protest No doubt many of us would rejoice to be able to convert Mr Moore or to see his paper wink into oblivionbnt that does not make it right to practice in justice upon either himself or his paper Hy fair menus or foul is not tho uleaosII sentence in the penitentiary at Colum bus Ohio Newt we may not know whether IrIMoore is A vmvifilllu man and really believe his paper is elevating htlnuanity but we ti know many who Are shockedf and anger l over his paper and yet practice hicp which they condemn- either onfUcr openlv in their private lir3t Mans who call themselves good citi ees i dpfv i Cimnun indulge in iaoycrf UktJ iaspare deeds who con 3eLn the kiae ia priat If it is good to- tAat Ja i fvc td ulk and good ta acts w is it Gat rt j se Nil1 Bf jnK 4a caadeatn A wan for Abu j t te jrai Jj erf Even the bold ijLriwi 11111 rat KJeety when Jesus said Let lam to 2dt i+ 1IIii out sin cast lt 1t lCfiDe Iltct Jt 11Jf1 tMDH ttfa for toot of ns M Jjj arc acrre ia djsiriee justice for I lJX1tt tr v deaa A rasa or his work for nisi Wi we wrlve practice I and ZMI to permi any man to be ten tend And imprsanetlwithout a fair trial LrcY Lie HTM AX Coughed 25 Tears I suffered for 25 years with a cough andspent hundreds of dollars with dec untilllUltdI strong has saved my lifeJ B Koell Grants burg UK I HOWARDS FIRST CLIENTII He Caste On Mighty ness But It Was Not A Divorce i When Representative M W Howard the populist member from Alabama first hung out hs shingle as a lawyer he WAS I l9 years of aje His patience was neuII it exhausted by dayitpent in rain wait lag for his first client to come when one day he heard a knock at the door On 1 calling CXime in a darkey known AS ji Sam stepped into the little office What can 1 do for you the lawyer askedi as viiions of his first fee came to j him U Sense me sab said Samabut deed I wants to tee you on partikler business Mr Howard thinking that the nan I most likely wanted a divorce said uSit down and explain evervthing 11 Deed Mil I would like CarernUTII ptrtikIler i I door he took the prodered chair Tbrr he explained I San I bas a gurl in Georcah dAt I I wants you to write a letter to lo me Do you love her Asked the lawyer II uDo you want to marry her Dotes she lore youf and many questions of a like natureTo these questions Sam replied Suttinglv The replies being satisfactory he proceeded to write the letter After haying finished it he reAd it to Sam to whether it agreed with his ideas feeII II Scuse me boss said Sam lug his woolly head sense me if 1 offer I a su st10D1 would like to put KHDC t t thing else in dar also something like dis De roars am red lad de vrl u bloo IV pinks Am pretty tat so is yon And having put it in Howard asked if that WAS all Sam scratcbed his wool j IlyI head a minute and then said Box idar am one mo thins dat ought to 50 i- dardis n I hope dst you will sense de Hire mixerable writiand de bad spell innWMhit1 ton Post her E Edwards pastor of the Ea i ih Baptist Church at Miaersville Pa t when suffering with rheumatism was ad- viedi to try Chambtrlsia5 Pain Rains jtI He says A few applications of this I liniment proved of great servo to me It subdued the intbrnraatkta and- tiered re the rain Should any surer profit by giving Pain Rains a trial it will please mcn For sale by J T Day SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS Mix Nannie Swango is visiting relative la your town this week of ro was a this placeAlexander hut wick Grant Lacy of Hazel Green gave the Spring a business call Thursday Harmon Swatigo and his IOU Rush wade a business trip to McCausey last week Granville Taulbee who lived on the farr of J T Day has moved to a house on II II Hwangos land Mrs Margaret Oney and her two dough ten Misses Callie and Mollle visited In the vicinity of Duyiboro Sunday Miss Llllie Cecil and Miss Ella Kash of Hazel Green were visiting their grandpar ante Air and Mrs Harrison Swango Satur day Mlu Alice Collins ofcolor who formerly lived on Grassy tins moved into the Steele properly which Is situated III this neighbor hoodMarch 27 UNO TOLIVER TOPICS Jim Handy moved to Willie Clarks last week Millard lull of Menefce was at Tolivei Sunday II F Holing has gone to Cincinnati on business Dr Silos Knsh of hazel Green was at foil vcr lust week Jim Oldflelil of Grassy creek visited W A OMlield Sunday Howard Mannin Is moving to Brushy fork Jim Klklns ID going to move tills week Marlon Tollvcr and Item Kubinson went to Bourbon county last week on business Misses Nannie Tollvcr anti Kninm Cox were thu guests of Miss loll Catron Sunday Elders Harlan Murphy Imnford Maiinln anil W It YUCUIII are lioldiiiK a meeting at Greasy school house this week March J7 SlllNKlt STILLWATER SPARKLES Kllslia Chambers Is very low with fever at this writing Judge G T Center is moving to his farm on ibis creek Hoy Smith of Jackson was visiting on this ertek last week F F Cecil sold a scrub cow and calf to T F Stamper for 81 J H Hollon isi getting along slow with his stave mid tie contract on Trace lark J1 Day is about to close out hIs store at the bridge where G H Hose is acting as his salesman The singing school at the bridge will be carried on every Saturday aural Sunday for the next ten weeks 11s are proud to receive II the dear old HKKAID onre more and know that the editor is himself again Joel Gcvedon and H D Hose are running their distillery in full blast and have about 70 hogs to drink the slop There has been so touch moving on this creek from house to house that they are too uuuicrous to mention Squire J V Chambers bas taken a log sriug contract on Parch Corn About 10oOo tees to haul to a traturoud- Pcv Jcbn Wilson has opened a sinking I school at the bridge with about 25 in attendance the tnt day to start seholalSI I The school district on the Trace fork has lost several pupils by the superintendent t I n new dUtrict on the Rocky brunch IGarrott Robt Moore and Green who have organized n strive and tie i company at flay Citv were among us last wcrk looking fur stave and tie contracts 1 Two Mermoa elders are tbe guests of S J WlI08l of their members on this I creek and prrarhiog at a few private houses jthouujt iT place joined U 5 arwy in January 11 P is now at Fort Ethan Allen in the srd r S cavalry and antes that he is well satisfied and proud that be went to that place Martin 57 OMEGA I DAYSBORO DOINGS I 1Jolsn Sptaeer went to Hazel Green Atvruty I lies Sara T Blkc of Lte City was in Dapsboro 1i H C Laey aw wife were visiting his tah ianday larl DaysbornThomas Tolsen went to Hazel Green one day thi week- Marion Brooks of GUlaere was in this neighborhood Sonday A little child of John E Niekell has been quite sick tor a few days Mr J P Speaeer of Lmrabia Kyf is vistueg her father John E Brooks HarliH XkkeU of Grassy creek wag in businessTarterbis lwn iBlaw All Creech near Diysboro W G W Croer and wife of Lacy creek were in this neighborhood one day last charmingdanrbter I one day last week M B AIBTX is still holding down the saysheMisae i May and Nevada Nickel of Hazel Gwen peat Saturday and Sunday with friends and relatives in and around Days boro Hon Green Garrett of Bowenonr friend Robert Mooof of Clay City and jolly Ed Saalbnrr of the state at large passed threngh Daysboro one dar last week We had the pIeastsre of spending art shears Tharvdar with rncte Remnsof Gitimere sad we Gad tha be is sella Deaocrat fashioned like unto Wat Haniin Lee aad Asksry Backs weal to Salvers rifle Thursday to see Wts Baileyj Mho got hit leZ broke a s raft a few miles below Wr t UkrtT lass Tfestay Wes was do inc TMT well bt says he dont want to go down the river oa aather lad ofpoles Pre Dr e Lacy of Lacy creek asked ns to say that he was asi applttaat for the po hB list ae Mat lu elf neW fill the tapptuatti rrW e a yta5 ladyGad that ile was dress oa hls TaT to sec her nis ita tto IK BttU the people everywhere CnLnuI OWps ko S bssere MAYTDWN MISSIVES Dr Grant Sprndling of Soldier was here this morning storeroomtby an addition We now have the most Interesting Stnday school ever known here Mr Sewell I like your thoughts on n so cial problem Come again Mrs Lido Oakley and Mrs Sarah Wills attended meeting at Vnion Sunday K M Pieratt and M D Hlackwell were guests of Miss Francis Sweeney Sunday Farmers arc preparing for the beautiful month of April that Aunt Luster issuing u bring with her Mrs Elbert Sample rod daughter Hiss Zeola left Saturday for their home in Montgomery county Jordan Wills attended meeting at Greasy Sunday and reports nn interesting sermon nnd a congregation of about 100 Uncle Arch Day father and grandfather of the Day families near Maytown is very illat this writing with little hope of his re coveryWake up all ye correspondents Wed like to hear from each of you Strive to brighten up our paper with something in cresting and new Bro Ellis the evangelist returned Mon day March 1Oth and preached us three very interesting sermons lie left for Union Thursday to hold n ten days meeting Mr Sample one of our leading men was this morning planting beautiful shade trees around the sulphur springy fur which he has the especial thanks ot our people Tun HuiiMl is always a welcome guest and makes us happy Twill always Ill us it brings ns news from friends mid sweethearts whom we perhaps never more may see March 27 ltlrrtt EYES Croquet IA the must interesting feature In the way of games now in Hazel Green and the young folks are enjoying it im mensely K DRSDK q f IY KlK IJ R The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO 250000 Cur- edWECURESTRICTUREKK Thousands of young and mUdloaecd P monnro troubled withtltiidifeasctunny yunconsciously They may have n smart 1 S ing sensation rmall twisting stream II sharp cutting rains nt times Might dls K charge difficulty in commencing weak forgans cmls lon and all tho symptoms L of nervous debility they havo STHR TlllK Dont let doctor experiment ayou by cutting stretching or tearing nyou ThiswIHnntcureynunsitwillrc turn Our NHV MKTH01 TUKAT MET ftb orb the stricture tissue heueoremovesthcstricturopermanentlyyit LJ ing nn detention from business bourmethod Tho sexual orgnnsarestrength cued Tho nerves are invigorated und the bliss of manhood returns WECUREGLEET lhunlsof young and luiiMlcngcd men ire having their sexual vigor and vitality continually rapped by this dis ease They nro frequently imcGiifcicu fyinitomf icneml oftholnnhcauefthceo iJifchnrgeJ Foil 1oor Mem on Irritability nt time+ martini Sen Kit ion Sunken Eyed with darn circles P Weak Bark 1Icn mllkrcii r I k of Ambition Vnrieocclc Shninken i IIt jlltnntcrrsatfawtlydl I these fit tlicc vt nt allow I luaekto ci crmcnt on y u Ounftflt ftudlc11MrfllofiI WmtwJUi 1rforl cannotcarc Fcriaii r1 Iorc CURES GUARANTEED lmrIOXAUWCEU TRIic lilhFlnnlLittTtEltllGPnks IKWIXOPUKE ETUEoTlIEXTr css4- BKENNEDY KERGAN 122 W FOURTH STREET CINCINNATI O sKA STRENGTH AND VIGOR ow I rrue Irial1beeu8etfdqtItwillcureandmenWOO nttEtfctrtciy U enseenittoaebe4my tantrellerandnevertailsTroubleEarly andrtcorLostUaltTYSan4ronl1denCQmfor lansintt4 I slgnedtoenveloperROF i 2tt6 1 Itlock Mich Hair Store IliJShth11igsCurlsIngilreCombs rorntsaadIStampedlinensteats per skein COLORI JC E for I mailwillKETCIWMLpptr r f IYr GREENBACKS or Government Money At close of Civil i66therethe following financialicyNoo1rtii American Republic during the JatICivil yar in that country should bti fizturcthenitsmoneyi havca1Jthecarryonxbecomeprecedent in the history of civilized oftheofallAmericaTHATBRDESTROYED DESTROYONTHISThe famous Hazzard circular to BuellBankers both emanating from London and inEnglandthe sed silver policyofSpanish War is the latest evidence thedestinymentNotwithstanding the famine price fabulous goldhasand all other values decreased in the proportionFor understanding of the money question or silver issue the Cincinnati Enquirer has uniformly given evidence of its ability to teach explain and produce all facts and truth It is a paper that ought and can be read by all classes with pleasure and profit RQSEfDAVIS TIiE BlaokslIlitnSS 1 AND WagonlIlak8IS Have no time to write all 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 raying 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 SJ1tRXNG 1899 TREESPLANTS VINES5 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Small Fruits Everything for Orohard Lawn and Garden JtWWo employ no ngents but soil nt reasonable prices Strawberry and Tree Cata logues on application to H F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY Phone 278 jjtost No Hills i on this wall L1 I MRS S B lUSH P Fashionable Milliner I HAZEL GREEN KY SILAS B KASH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Office nt mtdenct auilcalls answered At all hours Obstetrics a Kpecialty it 4 a t r tu