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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c i Jr t i t t r r fTHE HAZEL GREEN HERAt j =r Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell Jilt SPENCER COOPEU 11I 100AYEARIr c FOURTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KEN CKY THURSDAY APRIL 0 1809 NUMBER O- e u it y k c tstlJ i atIf Ifhr tj t hrtG ell k odin inat ate e1st 1sthe Icehe rn ice JU fur oldnt the or ue sly chInd lndlnd Indas4 S S lteut utat lId rid to air pt trn be t0Je et rid ue ts tS but ttaa a r- ON IL I LJ L cd At tIi iI GARTER DRY GOODS COMPANY IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN mmT o r AND NOTIONSLOUISVILLE KY Reference J Taylor Day Hazel Green GREEN SONS- WHOLESALE BOO1xSSJ1OeSj B25 W MAIN STRE- ETLOUISVIIILE KY MENDEL GOSLING CO JOBBERS IN HATS CAPS STRAW GOODS Gloves LC Umbrellas 627 and 820 W Main St- LOUISVILLE KY ii ii Sftuh1IeworIftOLMAN- VFC1LItEiIS AND JOHHKUS OP MENS CHILDRENS BOYSpinjjimnI I 607 West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY 1 I 0f 1I Bi 99 Jeans Kersey Casshnere C Corduroy Pants curd Suits c DUCK COATSA- re acknowledged to be Superior to any produced Sizes guaranteed us marked CTSOLD BY f J TAYLOR DAY HAZEL GREEN KY JM ROBINSON NORTON CO LOUISVILLE KY i P RELIABLE I lluCHESTONICCurs Chills 5005 100 Bottles Druggists nave It IMPROVEDTASTE PLEASANT RobinsonPelletb t LOUISVIMK Incorporated rY BODE HARDWARE COMPANY WHOLESALE 11MRD V1 RI- I f r oQd Qtrm R r CINCINNATI O i Beference J Taylor Day Hazel Crccn B s L eel 5l 1657 Race St nPlctV UVUUO CIHCIHHATI t The leading house for FANCY DR GOODS FURNISHING GOODS an Drivestf A Z S ItXi Manufacturers and Jobbers of POTS SHOES 5 RUBBERS jo 31V PEARL STREET H CINCINNATI f ft i WINCHESTER KY t PresidentiCashier Paidup Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000Tba r meslsatia ItIaJrl throughout Eastern Kentucky a of YOURLetterleads CAtnloJuBII Knvnlopon ClJrJntell At tL1 otHce Written for TUG HKIUII TILE TYRANTS IJUltDKX burdenDunHeavier town in tlules tide with bitterness and tears orphanageAnd gatesIfI Lay down the tyrants burden And never freedoms cause That cries alone to heaven And knows but heavens laws Since we have borne our burden Nobly to those who need 0 loryHy powerOLest we through selfish motives lose grentLetOer those unwilling wave Who for freedoms holy online Rest new iu nameless grave Thewhite mans burdenwe have borne rlghtIllThat would accept the light Colunibiiis starry banner floats wrctlhelloorAnd rapineAre s door Remember then ve rulers The way our father strove And founded tills great ration On eijuity nod love Let not the white mans burden Oppress who would be free But let that burden rest till called Ikyimtl the distant MU- llicNUY MI Sworit lyAllMan Not Under Womans ThumbA Ro aponso to A Social Problem As time marks its pa h along tho track of the ages iit is continually mark ing new boundaries mid canting new lines along the old survey As century succeeds century in their endless flight custom manners and habits of all coun tries and nations excepting perhaps till Chinese nation undergo various changes Many become obsolete and arc abandonedothers are annihilated by public Tpinillnj while others undergo organic changes and live on Yet through all these changes the incipient germs o ethics remain unchanged The history of any nation or people must ever be meaure Ir1I the a advancement or retrogression of its natural life The advancement of science and the truths deducted therefrom practically applied along tint everyday channels of life necessitate a deviation from the old ways and tho marking ou of new paths as much now in this modern age of fast life as in the dim dis tance of departed time when Columbus reaching out beyond the known paths of the old worldopened a an unknown way to a new world And while the route that Columbus sailed in the 15th century iis still plied today therohas been a change and the pleasure of sailing on a modern learner has supplanted the dan gers attending such a voyage in an old time Spanish caravel Therefore our friend in A Social Problem simply sighs for a ride in a Spanish Caravelof the 15th century or a Ihojueeian galley of an antedate It is strange as our friend the soeialiM puts it how the spirit of the past clings with sacred tendrils to the present and how the quilting log rnhhingpluti3king bees and frolics still hold their places more as a relic of other days thou rec ognized forms of society 1 bay a foundI but one source of pleasure in those fetes that emanated from the kitchen where our mothers god bless them used to ply tho culinary art with such wisdom and success that our stomachs fairly groaned under such a load of digestible quiltingdany community over knewworse even than ColI ChJnn who was recently in dieted before the Kayette county grand nuisancefor who jury as a common ever heard of a quilt ng or a wool picking that did not breed dissent in a community for invariably Miss Soand So got her funeral preached and one who was here told her the whole thing andpardon me for I am digressing courtship wined to be tine burden of our socialist friends tale of woe We have never heard before of that time when the budding swain had Sweethearts galore As many perhaps As twenty or more unless ittvasduring time great Napoleonic reign when one village in Franco par sensed but one ninrnageablo youths as several hundred marringeable against ladies and iit IB said they young conrtcdhim nearly to death Of course there has always been u class of semi human creatures known to society as flirts who Ko into the domain of human auctions null deal in hearts as others go tho hoard of trade and deal in grain tide upon class belonging to both sexes often of hangers on who have a plurality when youth and bea fades arc Cut short all And the doctors flail when they are dead Their last disorder mortal Then there is another class that strange link between the inferior brute creation 1 and the superior order The fiber tine who has no resptIr virtue or honor and who very of rand yet Dot often enoughfinds liitn A disturbed and his ambition impor Vora our friend terms it by proceedings instituted in court for breach of promise and yet our friend says be has only been indulging in a little innocent love mak tog pastime parking from sundown until sunrise without inter ruption perhaps enveloped in the pure atmosphere of fogyism and his villain Otis acts are cnmmendableand this blessed state of aflairs to be wished for 1 In the upper tendons of tho social world where intelligence rules unless a mar riage contract exists wo have never heard of either or both parties to a courtship being prohibited by the man dates of the other from associating with imi Ui al companions of either similar or dissimilar sex No broadminded true- hearted woman would be guilty of an net and if her lover would deman- such a sacrifice of her he would merit his walking papers which it would be wisdom in her to immediately tender him lest she be enticed to commit that awful crime that our friend esteemI worse than suicide get marricdand that too to a narrowminded brute in stead of a man Courtship is a mutual reciprocal affair and like our govern uncut exists by the consent of tho gov erned No man need be chained in leading strings to ant woman unless ho will it so Woman being the physical infer rior of man God gave her the domain o love in which to live and rule and in that sphere she gently wields an influ once or power over man ho does not wish to crush If a man cares so much for a woman that he would dare to sur keeping pleasure his heaven in her society no will he seek the society of others in pre ference to hers or be continually court hug favor or siding Inllwith other young ladies beyond tho mere exchange of mutual friendship Nor will a young lady if she really cares for a suitor of him the surrender of privileges shin turn would not grant him hence h it must be erroneous to think or believe that woman has attained or usurped any power or authority over her masculine hefin her creation It has been truly snit that the advancement yft the modern world has been toward individuali free dom and that great lesson Iis forcibly im pressed when we see some over jenlou I y youth who has been reprimanding sweetheart for casting sheeps gland at some other hay get left or as oth thetsoft snap wind the sickly confessor of first love are not to be considered they are transient We mean pure enduring love mind with that and only that alono voman always has and always will wield a power over man tho same today tat when Cleopatra held Anthony in chains at her feet Love rules the court the camp the grave And row helms and taint above etc Were it nLt fur the fact that ou r friend the socialist huts a wife we might apply the poem to his case tha runs thu In the spring n young mans fancy Lighty turns to thoughts of love etc nut WI are left with others who have read his social problem to wonder whether said article was the result of forty grains of hasheesh or the groanings of time spirit of a henpecked husband Flat Ky A CAVALIER General linrdin continues to resist the off ut to force him to reply to the per sonal attacks of his opponent Ills de termination to make a clean and digni fled canvass ignoring personal allusions and treating only of legitimate political issues commands the respect of the peo pIt and will inure to his benefit So far Gen Hardin has said nothing that could be construed as n reflection upon the character tthe ability or the Democracy of his opponents nor has ho said uty thing that can create the least friction within the party Let him continue up on the course he has been pursuing and ho will tint only land the nomination but will be supported by a united party a condition that will insure his election Danville Advocate The Laborer Is Worthy Ills hire Thankful to the people of this and the surrounding community for their liberal patronage since I have been a practicing physician at Hazel Green I wish to say to those who havo paid me that I am ready to answer any or all professional calls night or day and will take pleasure in doing so lint to those who have never paid me anyttiing I desire to say that I will take it as a special favor if you will pay me at least a part of my bill or else employ some other physician for I cannot nffilrcl to practice for you any more on promises Now If you dont mean to pay me what you owe me for my sake and the sake of my children dont send after me With respect to aH- A O NICKELL Sf D is tho causo of un DYSPEPSIA By taking Hoods Sarsaparilla tho digestive organs arc toned and dyspepsia IS CURED Written for Tint HERALD TilE DEAR OLD HERALD PAGES How dear to my heart are these pages from childhood As rumngiiiK the attic we present them to view How of evenings we read em and burnt up papi firewood All the letters from writers TIlE HERALD once knew The deep written letter the shallow one byltThe the dull oft in one column fell The arguments of Supple Jack and ItAndall knew so well paguOfIIERALD we love sowellI paperXUEwell DANFORU MANNIN KydGRAVITY OF A WOMAN And tho Intellect of A Mental Giant Ba This Two Year Old Viola Ilosalia Oelrich is tho name o f the most remarkable child in tho state of Iowa if not of the world She is only two years and one month old yet she i possessed of the gravity of a woman and featuresintellectual woman When Viola 1 11 month exttmiuaftion before two competent teachers Al that timo the child knew not less than 3000 substantives It is probable that thatntime much larger than that of tho ordin ary man Her father says that Viola knows more nouns than the average prorcocity of the child was nurtured and dc veloped by the parentsland when she once began to so rap- idlyi that her natural guardians were scarce able to keep pace with her kepteby her parents and arc very interesting There is first a scrap book in which are pasted the pictures of 1100 various oh jects Viola cue tell thc name of any of picturerSTRAY SHOTS etyI o you suspend twico a month I heard one of his poems read a n public recital in Chicago riot long since and for the tint time with apologies to Mr II I felt great pride in him lie is ore of the few literary lights of tho citwhn appreciate tho line points of Tin lluu ALL Robert Trimble of Trimble lend who spent the winter at Creede Col work ing in n silver mine returned to his brother Franks at llushton Illn few days ago On his way back n clover pickpocket relieved him of his purse aualt mer and return west in the fall Sylvester OHair recently attended an old fiddlers contest in which there wore 75 participants Silvcrhoel entered acv oral numbers but only won ono prize and that was awarded for the fiddler having thc longest hair and the Dig creek musiclaner won in a walk John Adams many years sluice n resi dent of Hazel Green is still holding his position of railway Inail clerk and hiss not missed a days work in several years Ills run is on the C k O eat of Lox ington Frank Trimble of Memphis Tenn has been at Tuscoia Ill for several days closing up n deal for the sale of 34000 acres of timber land in Arkansas This year promises to bo a record breaker Husjncss of every kind is in a healthy condition and good times rare coming Attorney Frank T OHair of Paris III is taking a course of baths at Hot Springs for catarrhal troubles Miss Clara Tieratt of Mt Sterling is expected to visit friends atTerre Haute hid and points in Illinois in April March 30- People Believe what they read about Hoods Sarsaparilla They know it is an honest medicine and that it cures Get Hoods and only Hoods Hoods Pills cure all liver ills re lieve constipation assist digestion SOc Gen Aguinaldo wants to build up A dictatorship for himself The idea of bossism is so distasteful to tho average American that ho feels justified in tak ing a shot at it on every possible occasion St Louts Globe Democrat LA GRIPPE IS- CONTAGIOUS M Atmosphere Impregnated With Germs DUease Proves Beyond Qaestioa te ItI- ilectloti Ii Rapidly Con fieriii the Geutry LaGrippe is a contagious disease Its specific germ bas been positively identi fied and it is transmitted from person to person either by direct contact or by inhaling the germs while they float In the air It is a dangerous disease low Bring the vitality and wasting the rests tive power so that pneumonia heart disease nervous prostration and insanity find easy victims No specific is known mayaovercome by the prompt wo of Dr Miles Restorative Nervine La Grippe left my nervous system so notssleep and for two months was under tho influence of narcotics Physicians and friends gave me up to die but in two days after I commenced taking Dr Miles Restorative Nervine I begun to improve and in a months time I was entirely cured It is the greatest health restorer on earth D W HILTON Louisville Ky All druggists are authorized to soil Dr Miles Nurvino on u guarantee that first bottle benefits or money refunded Bo sure and got Dr Miles Nurvino Booklet on heart and Nerves sent free AddressDr Medical Co Elkhart Ind Rheumatism Cared My wife hats used Chamberlains Pnin Halm for rheumatism with great relief splondldlinimenthousehold use for which we have found it valuableW1 Cuyler Kod Creek New York leacllDgmcrc1UQt8 most prominent men of this vicinity W O 1hippin Editor lied Creek Jerald Fur sale by 1 Tayhr Day TO Ctlli A COM IN ONIC DAY Take Luxntivc Hromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money if it fails to cure 2fle The genuine humus LBQon each tablet A word to tho wise is suflicicnt and a word from tho wise should ho RUm dent hut you nsk who are tho wise Tlioso who know The oftrepeated ox perience of trustworthy persons may bo taken for knowledge Air W M Terry givesbettermarket Ho has been in the drug bush ness for twelve years him sold hundreds of bottles of this remedy and nearly nil other cough medicines manufactured which shows conclusively that Chamber bcrlnins is tho most satisfactory to the people and is the best For salo by J Taylor Day Written for Till llnitAl- lTincsruiNc or MFK The verdant RraM will grow beneath our feet Embosomed in tho hriiiHt of mother earth An we RO forth our earthly tnsk to meet Which jives to U8 our love and light and mirth singThe last springAndpassed tllOughLorOf all the KIIIIM of knowledge lobe wrought To hind trongerbllllds And when upon this joyous tide of life We view the lonely shore we leave behind May nil attending signs of pain and strife Give way to love which to our hearts en shrined May we embark for laud by love preserved And oer lifes gayest ripples highly glide And when tho great reward wo have ob served May we behold in peace the pawing tide slay all the purest rays of peace be shed Around the earthly temple of our home And when the hope of liiu from uy has fled May we embrace the beauties which will come And oer the roughest crags which wo may pass May wo be guided by a prosperous suit And may our greatest work bo crowned last When our immortal blessings have begun As we aspire to fruits which life can give And reap tho brightest harvest of tar May we inspire all future men to liveY if And all the great rewards of llfeeaIbraoa K1CL YXUIH r aR iL 1 e le W i ir c 1L q y ipf d t r r ti i l 1ru I i r II V Y i iI s I F 1 lit a l J li l ll- f lk srs 1i ti y i- tI y ry Ft v1 1 1 IJ cc0 f ro ri r9- o i i- a r 1- r+ d t r THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Publisher HAZEL GREEN l I I K rTHE BRIGHTER SIDE Toll In the cltlea and till the ground The world la green and wide And Home ok these dayswhen the worldI turns round Well get on the brighter aide I Sow and reap and work and weep Kor the blesnlngH which are denied And name o these dnys In the morning ray Well get on the brighter side Some o these days In the thorny way Will the Illlei of Joy abide The birds will ting and the belle willI ringAnd get on the brighter aide Then toll In the cities and till the ground Whatever may be denied For some o theec days when the world turn round Well get on the brighter aide I Frank 1 Stanton In Atlanta Constitu tion rHeslops Wife 1 EAVEN knows where he picked H her up with her fine clothes soul her line niunnern a nice farmer wife truly You think hes really married to her JaneMnrricdlof course he in MTK IJls sap You dont suppose hed bring any lass about this plate his mothers old home with a lie upon his lips My brother Joes a born foul but hea no liar anti the speaker punted Anti shes holt hen rut too I hearsay put in Mrs Itlsfcop mildlyI Line who was not bunk learnt turned crimson Aye 14 said HO Shes well lonkln anyhow MyI mau saw her Friday and Ilsn week since coming home from market oath he says thercsncverbiMii a comelier seen in the parish for hundreds of IanFine looks ii as good as they goes Piles my brothers wile mind I oughtnt to speak against her Itat shes o sleek and so composed and so learna ble and so cnrnying that I take it she seen more of the world than the ought She never got that straight tool aM- nil that high nod mightiaeM in ay decent family No take say word for it shess een the world Lor Uney You dont usseaa to MJ the lord it oeryosrO- ver met 11lwt air yoo tklakiti about 11wCt i the eoat could do that Ok Udy if a- snft nt wax aasl as Vfci to W shows Umt anti to be toW this sad is mikly cull Kpoluit All It on Iaea Joe ttemt bewildered at bar tlravgli tbtaJ to see hrs ready to cat her TIlt great ninny She aint Rid anythifg about sour golny yet1 MyI what Your leaving the farm Yost know thes moist its now Not a word Id like to sec her tunme out Jane kiiortcd but privately khe wondered shy the young woman didnt liont Ve really know where she hails from No I dont wad more than that tolher tight 1 made Joe HO mull over one thing and another tint he owned lip wad said he didnt know himself Its mud on us deceit farmer folk for nigh on a hundred years to have to put up with Mine rubbish IleslopIfI yotnhnmisrest Martha ilasop yon know my sis tcr site wouldnt speakI fair to her own Valrn Let me tell youany wifes n honest n woman ns any of you You can placeTheI Theylivedhome little authority bnlghthlutselft limbs clothed in well ntndc coda hormrd pleased pulled his coat to1 getlurwlped his face nnd smoothed his hair down with his hued Come In Joseph youre just in tine to help turn this lot of milk A tall straight girl with her back towards him stood at n churn lit on with exactly the same move anent or the butter will never come ulhlttHlICKHHIlie went to her slipped his hands down to hersiuiprisomihtg them on the handle alit he looked at her with ado lag breathless admiration Joseph she biiid with n curious hi tonal ion us though she were not quit used to the name it will be utterly ruined Youve quite stopped it He mnclt an nwkward peck at hero which she avoided and leaving him there she went over to the tap and be gnn tiucrub some molds She was beau tiful nnd especially so with the glow md gleam of genial work upon her A graceful figure nlmpcly hands andI arips wellcut features large calm wlcVnpartI gray eyes mid glossy hair which hung in a big knob nt the back of her head She had not been nt the tnII for more than three minutes when a- hkit a it and tame across to him wiping her hands and killed him tenderly on the brow He let the handle go and made an other peck ut her Joseph she said solemnly her rIca nYspoilt lot of butter I do wish I could get hold of cocas technical forming terms I reftlly think we had better not butter innke together again Dont obII dont leave off Walt a mo ment and sins went wad fetched the wet molds put them in a heap jumped upon the table near him nnd began to wipe them Now well tnll Yes he agreed and smiled delight ally Im sorry your sister doesut like me I like her Well you see Jane isnn odd woman a very odd woman Not at mill June is n sensible crew lure Why doesnt she like me j Site doesnt object to you personal Ily I Then she dislikes me theoretically- If you mean itsits because she didnt know you before we were mar ried and because she doesnt know 1 your maiden name may be youre right Would that weigh with n woman like Jane mess you yca Why tcve lived hltcII nearly n hundred years and weve al ways married decent wenches nilof tin well known in these parts and II suppose she thinks I suppose fill t Milks youve not mar ried n decent w Mich Why lass theyve only got to look at you to see youre something better I than the others Xo disrespect to I then Joseph have you everanydoubt yourself Me No no never nnd he left the churn and went towards her Go hackshe cried warningly nnd he obeyedJoseph when you first met meitI- sI not so very long ago onlya few weeksII was poor friendless and homeless He nodded 1 had always imagined that men be hayed well to lonely helpless women I was wrong Joseph You are a man aparta superior being Joseph blushed with pride and plens UTe In fact you are a real true man Now you know lifeat least you know fcomelbing of the world and as vim chose to behave in an extraordil nary Quixotic way lYd 1 rlad marry me Tell meohow do you And me letter ten weeks acquaint i reiVrfect You are a good hard working woman You learn more in n day than the lassesl about here cold lean la six mouths You manage well You dont chatter you dont rove you dont fool and jou love me She bent over and kissed him again- I believe 1 do Now I will tell you how I came to be in a destitute con dition at the station that night It doesnt matter if youd rather not 1 will not if you stop churning He went on turning She wiped care fully into the intricacies of the compli cated eow head pattern I didnt like my life It was different Jo this very different wad I dldllllike what the future bud in store for me It would have been all gayety all uselessness 1 had schemes by which to benefit mankind and I thought Id begin with women 1 left my home my people would onlyI mills me from one point of view theywould not grieve for me 1 wanted very much to do sonic really good work but miscal culated everything my strength my knowledge my money It was all a mUerable failure I still want to work but I want to do It to please myself and my surroundings Mankind goes right out of my calculations hereafter what 1 saw of it hurt me robbed me Insulted me anti loaded me in the situ ation front which you extracted me IDC you can you understand No no 1 dont understand but I believe you Do Miivoumilngii mean utcthis house thU life Can you put up with Itl Oh yeah she whispered leaning her cluck against his I1 want pence 1 taut to be taken care of 1 wasnt made to regenerate mankind or revolt tioie the world It didnt tnke me long to find that out Its only 12 weeks todny since 1 left my home Im afraid Im interrupting said n loud voice and a large woman bounced In lleslop 1 want to talk to you about the calves Wife this Is Mrs Norton our near est neighbor The girl bowed and came forward The woman did not look at her but rushed Immediately Into prices She was evidently in an uncomfortable frame of mind and though she point edly excluded HeslojVs wife from the conversation she wan not satisfied with her performance She presently went oft with Ileilop to inspect something in another port of time farm This must not go on Joseph Is un comfortable I must manage to clear up matters soon I really wish it wt nt necessary I ihnnt be half so happy anti she began to slay Jane came in for sonic milk You dont seem to mind maa- mJat couldnt for the life of her help calling her maam aad that made her bate her Mind what Jane Why that Mrs orton wont speak to you OIl but I do mind because be cause of Joseph Do you mean to say you cure for himCare for him Jane Why of course I do I love him very much and then site turned crimson at having thus to express her feelings aloud yet she knew It wus not the moment for tetl cenceWell I dont understand how a woman like you married him You didnt know much about hUll did you Jane there are some people you know all at once You find out more of their real nature in half an hour than you do of others in a lifetime And you know Joseph Is good All 1 soon found out he was good Dye mean to say you only knew him for half tin hour Well I elltIsay that you behaved like a decent well brought up maid Perhaps I didnt Hut you know there might be circumstances June you dont really think I um a bull dreadful woman Well IIcnut stay Im sure It Isnt for the likes of me to say You kno- whrstand picking up her jug Jane went morosely off feeling in her soul that she might after all have said something more civil in answer to the poor things pathetic appeal The light died out of the young womans face as she watched Jane go She left lice work null sat quite still for a time then site went to the window iind looked out and she sighed Opinions pursue me everywhere Who could have imagined that laic 111111I Mrs Norton held IIIIJl If 1 had not been so densely Ignorant I should have known they had some I suppose We dont know half enough of useful things we should he tirjght the opium ions of other classes theywary of course but n rough Idea should bo given How was 1 to know the world wits so bad that the people I wanted most to help would rob me and then turn me from their doors multi that tin people I wished to elevate would would ruthlessly insult me If it had not been for Joseph Dear kind Joseph Have I made in marrying him the worst of my mistakes I wonder Does his flue true nature measure me by what hU friends think of me- At this moment a young fellow en tl lcd the door sucking a cane He leaned against a bench and sniggered and seemed quite ut his raseand sure of his welcome He serutlnieil the girl from head to foot and amiably commenced to olloquizc in a loudish whisper He did not seems lo desire conversation He went over her points admirably in florid blatant offensive terms It was his killing method and was in tended to allure and attract At length he mentioned My names Norton You dont seem to know who I am This IU surely a lunatic asylum the young woman said oCtIIInd pinched herself to see If she were awake Then she looked across at him she saw his clumsiness his attempts at smartness his general imbecility hilt she didnt speak to him she went on cleaning up Unable to differentiate he thought the look meant admiration and ho went up to her and said You may kiss me missus twice if you like She came and stood right in front of him My good boy go home Do O- llhenrlnnd your mother and go home His little eyes blazed Ah I see the sort you are Youre on the lookout for the swells Your used to em Ive heard nil about you Poor old lleslop All the villages talk Ing of his madness Jane came bustling hi- Ah Mr Norton its you The girl looked dangerous nnd site said haughtily Take your friend away please and find the key of the dairy door I want no more visitors Hoitytoity Let me tell you this door wits always kept unlocked in my mothers time Hah Dont you see Janey lleslop the wench wants to lock her visitors in with her- lleslop and Mrs Norton passed the dairy door just then The girl called them in She was to erect and scornful Joe scarcely knew her Mrs Norton she said coldly you will tithe your son away anti you Joseph will forbid Isis ever coning here again- Mymmysoil turned off this farm by you madam a woman such as you u creature no one knows anything aboutMrs Norton stop before you go too far There is some misapprehension here 1 should much like to know who put those rumors afloat about this lady my wife nnd he looked nt Jane amid he got affectionately clove to the young girl and put his hand on her shoulder Out in spite of it shes a good woman and your superior and you can see itand thats why you nil dislike her and I have every confi deuce In herand if she says young Nortons to go he goes There had been a rush of dogs horses nnd pink coats past the farm but it had not been noticed in the storm An4 now an elderly man stood in the doorway 0 He was alto in pink1 UlIelop something happened tc my saddle by Jovea stage picture What up I beg your pardon Lady Sellnn is It really you- Th 1 i girl went forward she was a little sulky but she decided that after all It was just as well Yes Sir Archibald1 C cst mOl God bless my soul child To think that I should have discovered you How did you get here Hows your plan for the Sublimation of the Lower Working Class Ah alt Theyve howled you over I expect There you neednt explain Never mind What lire you doing here Im living here and Im going to staybecause Well I know Heslop 1 knew his father Good people 1erysolid peoi peoIIpleIIcune say nothing to yet wait my time Of course I obey Lady Selina though I dont know that youre right Are you pretty comfortable Jhere- I assure you 1 am indeed and somehow she got hold of Josephs trem bling hnndjind held it tight and fixed herself right up against the young farmer so that be had to put his arm round her And more than that 1 am quite 1perfectly hati you see Im Ikslops wife Madame THE TREATY WITH PRUSSIA Out Online nt the Aureeinent Va Drawn tji by Itiiijiimln- IrnnUllii In I7SJ Ithe United State and Prussia entered into a treaty sonar provisions of which show a remarkably advanced spirit of civllixation und humanity On OUt part it was signed by Kenjnmin Franklin Thomas Jefferson and John Adams lion HCllallIIWS MCI front Massachusetts furnishes one article of this treaty copied by himself front the original manuscript now in thenrchive1 of the department of state at Washing ton Front Dr lFranklinV well knowms abhorrence of war and its cruelties as well as from the style of composition we may guess that the paragraph which follows was drops by his own hand If war should arise between the twx contracting parties the merchants ol either country then residing in the other shall be allowed to rennin nine months to collect their debts nod to set tic their affairs and may depart freely carrying oft all their effects without molestation or hindrance And ul women and children scholars of every faculty cultivators of the earth artisans manufacturers anti fishermen un armed rand inhabiting unfortified towns villages or pliers and in gen oral ill others whose occupationst art for the common subsistence and benefit of mankind shall be allowed to con tinue their respective employments and shall not be molested in their per sons nor shall their houses or goods be burnt or otherwise destroyed nor their fields wasted by the armed forces of the enemy into whose power by the events of the war they may happen to fall but If anything Iis necessary to be taken from them for the use of such armed force the same shall be paid for at n reasonable prier and nilI merchant and trading vessels employed In ex changing the products of different plans wad thereby rendering the nec essaries conveniences and comforts of human life more easy to be obtained and more general shall benllowed U pass free wad unmolested and neither of the contracting powers shall grant or Issue zany commission to any private armed vessels empowering theta Intake or destroy such trading vessels or In terrupt such commerce Christian Register H A Nnturnl Krrur Mr Got hum utgrily11hat do you mean sir by saying in your paper that while ut Albany 1 spent my time amonir the saloons Editor My dear sir that was a printers mistake What I wrote was that you spent your time among time colons meaning of course the members of the state legislature Mr liotham Huh That was a strange mistake for a printer to make Editor Well you see sir the print er used to live in Albany waderIsuppose it comes sort o natural to him to get such words as salons and saloons mixed upN Y Weekly Where It Failed I used to have a terrible time finding the things I put away snit Mrs Smytbc Till recently I have over come the dllllculty by keeping a note book In which 1 cuter the place when ever nn article was laid away Why that seems just perfect twit tered Mrs Tompkins but whats the matter recently Why Ive put away the horrid note book too Illustrated American M r hmllMY Killing Soak a tablespoonful of powdered tJlIlespoonfuls Cllrefully5tlrcupfulof sugar and half a cupful of water to gether until they pourwhilewellbeatencontinuously untliaUAJoura1j dUJ Looks Like SalaiIt looks like rain today said iularpitcherIt anditheoIeverythingKeystone Information mnjeste1a1b3t lin Lender crowned head a blamed chumpCleveand Superlative whocctA1hey1i mothermouthyourmothereatYonkers traydGixtsecondItreetL1 Sure Curefor ColdsWhen their feet wet and take cold give them a hot foot bath a bowl of hot CherryPeetornThe chcnces are they will be all right In the morning Con tinue the Cherry Pectoral a few days until all cough has dis aphearcd Old coughs arc also cured we mean the coughs of bron chitis weak throats and irritable lungs Even the hard coughs of consumption are always t made easy and frequently cured by the continued use of AgeFsCherrg CherrgpeClorill Every doctor knows that wild remedyknownsoothing and healing inflamed throats and lungs Put ono of Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your lungs The Best Medical Advice Freer Wo now have some of the most emi neat iliyftlclaiit In the United hates ITnuiual olloortunlllls and snug expert onceeutlnrutiy lit them fur Rlvlnt you uicdlcnl advice Write freely alt the particulars In your tRIO Atldrcti Or J C AYEn Lowell Mail To PacificCoast Tho Groat Burlington with 160 variable routes oxcols all others Personally Conducted Excursions- to California and Pugot Sound wookly from St Louis Chicago and Kansas City vla sconlo ColoradoThe Line via Billings Northwost to Montana Pugot Sound saving 50 to 6OO miles journoy from Missouri Valloy Write L w WAKELE- YG P A St Louis Mo for illustrated pam phlets SHOOTWINCHESTER lMPEDi NOT GUN SHEbS W1P1ON5oorStJkf nn152 Aue fiuanaurto QTMMU WNCIISTfitQfiATiN6ARMS o Tel Waiom tn MtwKxmt Cass o e 19Mit yrup sods UM to time BoldbrdrnateU iII I y i n 10 ali 1 1Sof ofit itLbo Lbole lest stof ofto toyF yFn ROAD BUILDING HINTS Conualted li Air A V unipluIUC K Cnmutliiii Ircivlnolnl liiMtructur In Itotiiliiiiiklnu Brads thul break UIIre bad roads Make toad Improvements In such a way tuft theywill be permanent Undertake road work htcinuiically Appoint n supervisor who will him charge of all the road work Make road beats live iniles in length choose the licit men no pathiniistcry IIUIII keep tilt in in olliee- Clasbily roads iiceordinj to the na i IhllIILl of crown plan of drainage kind111110111111 and depth of nuitcrinl to be u edand ne that lhese hpceillcatlons are cur k rind out Ile clean road material L Do not scatter money In makingl f trilling repairs on temporary struc taresI Bonds inverts nail bridges will al is ways lie required thehfoiiMruction in the most durable manner is must economicall 1 The piillunahler should Inspect the roads under his charge after every i heavy rainsiorm Aft minutes work in freeing drains from obstructions MM lug holes diverting a current of wcier r IICrrIt is impossible to do Fiitisfnvtorj work on cloy row which are very wet or which have become linked and hull Hied by heat and drought The op HIOOUKSS IN Tilt SOUTH View cf a food Bond In IiePonn of Ron dersvlllc Ca- triitnr of Ithe grading inueliinc should hate iislrneiioiih to commence work ii da road iih nun as the ground has become sntileienlly set tied in spring Mind tint to rate lint tturkIllltd the fctound is hard led dry With the money which ran be pent build permanentI rtiltcrl JlIIIII11 lit II I tbfidgis buy maeliiiiery lily gravel its prepare gravel for hurling con struct lniin iipernte Ithe iiKiebiiiery t Do nut leave Ithe gravel or broken tone ju i n it drops from the wagon IIiprrnd the metal Crown Ithe road with a rise of one inch to tae foot from side to center suI to shed water from the roadway to IISUive drains the open drain a roll Vail to a out ei Lay tile uncv drain needed A Drain thoroughly Keep vb road sur jjS face dry Keep the earth viKiorneath fiSJhf surface dry tse mud iiiadiinery LV graders stone crusher and road i rnllers- ii IleccssarylotgfitiMilndirs and steam threshon 8L fijl nCteheed 111111Ilul hotter work sThe sank teams should bo always em ThybeeunuUlltYriteKDo not eover 111 old gravel1 road with rod and earth front the sides of the Kfiad Turn this earth and sod outward grate11IOpt surfaceUo on the tat1Io sulkarelingbyMfngHJIaKc repairs as soon as the defect I pears Use wide tires hillsSakeltlghertground BChatiKe the mention of the road if a avoidedDofor culverts tar stoneo Use IiQII concreteBuild itundacaaiIedtfOlltlSsatW7It DIRT IN THE DAIRY Wherever II h Allowed in KxUt Mil ure U hut n QiivNtluii of Very Spurt Time When Is a dairy clean The safest dcserllhiITurkInrnucldairyIvesfusty I ullr and spoiled buttery smell ItIC dirty When tin vessels such is tits otterhyingI sourish Miiell or show lurk tires of u niter in the folds and scams of the tin they lire dirty and the dirt of just such a sort and in just lIch places as to enconrnjte the Imeterla in the 1111 to drop down upon It to erawl into It to fert upon it and to nulllply in it until tey swarm in it and ore ready to launch puttintonnll Moors and fixtures in the dtlry nv unpleasant to the smell when she Tom Is warmed up there is dirt errs upontiltmlk and of the hatter made from it When II vesel from which mill i1cI movedt shows II layer of iilnck sediment in the hottom smelling with unplni rttt sugjiestlveness of the barnyard there is dirt plum straight mills ltakalile dirt there dirt that Is nnpieas trot to think of as a component Paul of Milk that is to be used by humans IS Innd Xo dairy showing these tliirus in nay degree can really be called dean or decently clean or liealthlul Jv clean Hardly nay other occupation on earth makes sieh demands for cliun Itifss and offers such dltliculties in the xork of securing cleanliness as the mill tic butter and cheese Industry WHY WOMEN EXCEL II iM Ilernrtr In the MHIIMKIMIICIII it- PnrmI till trie Tliiv Art lore InileiK Tint Mrii IP III 1Ih1HIIIs II great tritl when In n1 Not lung ago while visitirg a frirnd tIll cm were driver up to water jtiM at dinner time Tin master asked who had told the boy tr drive the revs up find the mistiTM said that she hind Tlie lOWS she slid had to stry In tin Held till day without sly water and the milk was falling net in consequence mud sheI had told tin b1y to luring the to uplnI day Ut Wlltci it dinner time I instantly thought o ivcral umovi ions on tills farm hi r pl1l y the mistress of it all of which yore to the betterment of the dairy tlIll It Occurred tll lilt Ihnl thllI uirlch- I very many bettor dairies in Chit country if the better half of the farii were to do mere managing A man nsti Lilly has not the patlenee lo attend toal the little tietails of dairying and it1 is jusl the same little details that Ilia lit for snceess Iut a woman hits tit ritiiisitc patience fluid whir sic1 hast tiiind to manage the dairy it iis t I bet ter if she docs it I know of Oic mar who taught hit wife all she knowt about butter making cull she row makes a better grade of huller than lu did because the has Ithe pat inure to a- ttud to all the stroll iteniK tint be in hit idly manner si1iPIIlIIulalwtll Field na1 lon rill LOCATION OK SPRING YliiM IIII 1Vnlrr Iron IM Menr III- SHI fiicr riniHBhK H ltninlr n Little liiilior It often happens t I IIis just a trllle too low to permit watei s r lie trough from it to a house 01 barn by a pipel It is sonutim s JKIM UHIOOAT1NG A SPRINGII Ur in such a cure to follow tie vciu of water that supplies the spring Inclt onto higher ground and mice it an out let there as at x in the illustration Snnieient height is then afforded our carrying the water to the building 11610 sited This plan Is of course only ipos slide where the water vein 1 keeps near the smfaceOrangelndd Farmer FEMININE DAIRY WISDOM Much of the profit during the wlntei depends upon the comfortable quar ters given the cows Regular habits fixed places and times for milking and regular feeding with an occasional change of diet will do a great deal to keep your pioduct constant told even Invest in some boards and fchinglet in livable ondl and put the stable thou Col Curtis said It WI1 cIIalt 1 to raise the temperature of the cow than that of the barnyard In Cwcry dairy barn there should be II small room where the milkers car wash their hands before milking and at hand the udders andwith U pall sponge iI of the cows can be washed they have become soiled Without per cleanliness there can i no good feet buttonDorothy Tucker in Inrffl Journal TAKING ASTOR DOWN The FxAmrrlenn Citizen Get Dad ly Snulitipil In 1IU Intcrcooib with the EnglUh expatriatedAmerican inlondonbiogrnllhlealin the British capital Incidental to tho ofClec1aneli theThamcswellllShowillgto the duchens Mr Astor is alleged to have asked Isnt that handsome your grace II duchessIsnti tohavenaturallygatiYcc verymuchspoiledtheseI knightsHat the grandest old ClivedenI abAnother relatedaverred was lost in nlmiration of the duke helirl1ti gardener I How do you grow turf like that 1 hihilleveryydayisle IUnfii n Ciiuuut He Cured Iby local applications UH they cannot reach the diseiiKeil portion of the car There ill only one way to euro deafness find that in by constitutional remedies DeufneKS iis caused IIUII iull hued condition of the mil eoiiH lining of the Kustachiun Tube When this tube gets iiilliimcd you have u rumbling sound or imperfect hoiiring and when it in entirely closed dcufuew is the result and unless the iiillammation cum be taken out and this tube restored to its normal con ilition hearing will be destroyed forever nine case out of ten are euuncd by catarrh whisk is nothing but an inflamed condition of the IIIUCOUH surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any I ease of Deafness canned by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free III Cheney S Co Toledo 0 Sold by DriignixtH 7JV Halls 1Vmilvi Pillnr till best No Im at All Mistletoe iis awfully scarce this oArIshe slid Im afraid ma wont be to I HetllllII And the sounds which forthwith ensued indiottod that it was absolutely in eie Philadelphia North American 4II I Very Low llnlcN Via tin MUHOiirl- KIIIINIIN A TOXIIH Itnllwny Seuiinionthly excursions to the south west The greatest opportunity to visit Texas the Kmpiie state of the L nion per I paralleled as to resources and products and with an area exceeding all the Kattern and j Middle states TIlt statistical reports of jI proijucts as compiird by the coiamisMoncw of Texas indicate this section us having till greatest possible advantages in its mild lord proIUlL1VCrlesSI lilt tloll 11tIiloIIlIl1pullt8 and lots ri exciu illl I Uiat i1 A Ciniianaii tl Snitltnry Notrn I It seems to me doctor that your prices all Ii tcplIl t bear in mind that it iis not my own health for which IIAlto miming u loll II itari11111 Indianapolis Journal Suiden weather changes bring Sotenesc Stiiintcs StJaeobsUilbnnoa 1111111111111 The lead pencil isoiiutinies hard pushed to snake nmads Chicago Daily News lure lUiemaalism with St datumsOil Promptly It saves money time S II tic ii tug Which is the harder to make n million or to die and leave it1JI own Topics Something very isoothing in the use of Si Jacobs Oil Neuralgia Subdues and cure Irigliting dogs meet their match Jtama Horn While sonic cows were passing the house one of them lowed Oh mamma ex claimed little Clare one of the horns blew Which one was itGolden Days e Said the youth J rnllIi8 there any reason why you and I should not well hat loss reason to do with the case asked the young woman Then he knew that love alone ruled hci iiclions Cincinnati Kit hillier After a noun has tuken a girl to a theater as often UN Mix times and called upon her with chocolate in his pocket she begins to- IeIII resemblance in him to her favorite hero in a novel Atchihon Globe A Russian peasant having gone to the town to buy liiinsclf a pair of new hoot tell asleep by the roadside on his way home and was stripped of his cheished boots by a light lin I cred tramp but his sleep re mained unbroken till a passing wagoner see nig him lying half across the track shouted to him to take his legs out of time way My legs echoed the lialfaroiised sleeper rubbing his eyes Thjsc lIIg aint mine Mine had new hoots ongtiuday Kven iitg Post- Itod e Models to FollowIleA self made man is common enough but we never hear of a self niade woman Shy Considering the kind of article the men turn out who are in the selfmaking business you can hardly blame the women for not taking up the oc cupation Hoston Transcript Here shouted bailiff you cant gun here These are private grounds pint 1 through CfiTd was the open season for- Ihuladeljerk protested the sportsman phia North American Natural SelectionI dont know what going to become of that boy of mine lie was never known to get anything right Make a weather prophet of himLIt BitsIlojarkCallowhiIl it nlway trying to borrow money from me I wish I knew how to get rid or him TomdkkLents him otne Melbourne Weekly Times I Germany d Aids Miner It it inevitable that Asia Mi nor shall even tually pees from the possession of Moham medanism and whether Germany accotn plinhes the task or not the Sultan must yield to a Christian nation It is just as inevitable that diseases of the digestive organ must yield to llostettcru Stomach Hitters The disorders of this kind arc usually called dys pepsia constipation and biliousness Tho titters are equally rood for all such com plaints regardless J name Faollili Indeed The Belle A man looks awfully foolish proposingThe and they dare to talk dlecpthcNYn To Cure a Cold In One flat Take Laxative Hroino Quinine Tablets Ali druggists refund nioney if it fails to lure 25c On visiting Niagara for the first time one impressionIfarlem I believe Iisos Cure for Consumption AllieUougla611 If you lend your money you may lose your friend but he is generally cheap at the price Town Topics Had Worse Worst Sprain load Better Best Ueinedy St Jacobs Oil ccntstOlCIIa Go to work on Lumbago as if you intended to cure it Use St Jacobs Oil betterhisDeep as is the Sciatic nerve St Jacobs Oil will penetrate and cure Sciatica The kangaroo is none the less lively be cause he is on his last legs Golden Days lIamiljarsl rh5i A j WT with Spain athousands luFfninlg eases induced by life In mpsKclimate OT of imperFect pi nutrition caused by im 4 proper and badly cooked groundjvrheumatism in hundreds 17 who were pTcdisposcd to the disease I aeaItL takeicnce of th- eHeroes of the I Civil1 WaT ttundrcds oF the Boys theVJI cy tC PinK Pills for Pale People 4 in driving out malariat ci Theumfiktiam And other LEAF PLUG CORNER STONE SLEDGE UKADKILS IAIKH DKS1KINU ANYT1I1NQ ITS COLUMNS WON Y IlEKLSINQ ALL orae totlmonlali r oRATEFULW j 1 to by tydI JLJ GbmpbUML fiCanMrs PATRICK DAMEHY West Conn write I Dun Mns la witii that I write tQ you of Uta benefit I have derived from lining your I wair very ill suffered with female weak ness and of the womb Icould night had to floor I suffered so with pain in my side nmt I mall of my back Was with bloating and at would faint away had a terrible pain In my heart a bad taste in my mouth all time and would vomit butnow thanks to Mrs and liar I feel well and sleep do my work without tired do not or have any trouble whateverI thank you for tho advice you gave mo Dud what your has done for me Cannot Pralto It Knough Miss OUKTIK DuN KIN Neb writes III suffered for sonic time with pain ful and irregular of the womb and pain in the back X tried but found no relief Jo I was at lust to try lydiA FL and cannot prniso for what has done for me I feel like a new person and would not part with your I have it to several of my friends astonic in the world cZAsti of 111 ltrllnJtI1IIinn vclcrnn oftlie Civil war hnvlnl scald In time sjnt rcJiiiMylviuiln VoluiitccrH lie went In the wnr n vigor nun fiirtncr8 hey and rune hock tirukrn in htlIlth n victim ifnciallc rheu fnintiMiii Host of Ihc time lie was tiuflttcil for tiiiiuuiil Inlxtr of any kind iind hiM miircrliiK wric tit till tlmcH inlriiftc lie Muys NollihiK HCCIIICU to Rive me i criiiiuicnt relief until three cram uuo vhrn my nttriiilon win shed to some of the wonderful curry rlTrctrtl by Dr William fist Phi for Inle 1eoplc I hail tint token more that hnlf n box when I notlcnl as- huproveuteut In my iotnlllloti null I keep ou IniprovlnKitrailly To them tircrDroJtIiltoJr perboxZZ TJ J tf r PAINTKWALLSiCEILIMSS MURALO WATER COLOR PAINTS For WALLS and CEILINGSIACKAIiN1 OF A MURALOfrnm our ICrOlror paint rnlrr and ilo ruur owtt Ur Hiriillni Thlmattiallral Slit 5155 FIA hrutli Biul brrunuaaa har- woekaequllyaswrttwith daM runrtiU llllr l In twrntt Inur lint uml rolil or lint wiiter tVHrnd fur HAM I IK COLOn OAKDM anil If you cannot iurchax thin nmtcrIM from your lurnl ilrnlrrv In no know and we III rot you 1IIIIIv way or obtaining It THE MURALO OOMPANY NEW URIOHTOM SI NEW YORK AA f AA A A A f STAR PLUG L M NATURAL PLUG CLIPPER j PLUG PLUG- SCALPING KNIFE PLUG SLEDGE MIXTURE SMOKINGj Ac OOMI Y H MS FN N NM S S M S S FMM5- C t IS OF WIT YOU I i It It It It u OK TillS TO BUY AUVKUT1HKI IN SHOUU INSIST IIAV1NQ WHAT TIlE AHK KOK 8U11STITUT1CS OH IMITATIONS DROPSYNBWDISCOVBRvlveaquhk f send tor bsoK lit and ie day Iasatrrea ipYYYaxaaoa5tt554 4Ia TWO Restored Health PinkhamB Vegetable Winstcd PtNelfAptIt pleasure wonderful Vegetable Compound displacement notKlcepat wllk- the troubled times the Piukhatn Vegetable Compound well can feeling bloat good for medicine Franklin menstruation fulling physicians persuaded IMnkhums Vegetable Compound it enough it medicine recommended Robinson C DECORATING Not Made by a TRUST or- COMBINE I TjlOGHCTT 1MVICRH TOBACCO Muimfaoturor FtMNM BREVITY THE SOUL GOOD WIFE N- EEDSAPOLIO Il the only aarr euro In the world for CttraMl Ul can Hone Ulem Hcrongtoti Clera art oe Ulcer Oren Fever More and ktt Old reL Ii never ratis 1Iwe OU all poltea Karei cipenio and uferlatCure perroanoBt Boitialvu for Ao r Caty JlYJIlItImIIltlllrrMoCveac 1111 IVat Cold by 1 rneIit A N KE 1744 WHEN WIRIT11tIY i 1IIi please tats Wt yeS S A K1 i- a r M I J tlN- k t Y I s S k t fr t tp j q I r + iq fan I y- I S t i I t 1t 1 1 I4 1I 1P j jI I J i If 3 I h i 11j It i tII tej I 1 R- r a- i 4 r i 3 rtr L j rsr f 1 rT p v rFV tl eo1 j t I i jJr9- tl1 a C l 4 l 1d 1k k 11r 1a 1ya yat 1 0 I jjjHERALD Sfl11CER COOPER t t J11 frj f HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY April 0I 1890 FOR GOVERNOR P1 WAT HARPIN OF IIARRODSUURG +1tnnOUnlement + o Fur Stntu Aililltor Wo are authorized to announce JOHN Hi CIIENAULT of Madison county IIH a can dldntc for Auditor of Kentucky subject to the notion of the Democratic convention IIn 1890 The School Book Question ON yoatordny wo furnished ou readers the information necessary to form the basis of an intelligent opinion upon tho quostion of fur thor legislation concerning th purchase of school hooks for our common schools Tim Herald hnsl not takon any pert in this dispute not because it did not have duff nito views on this general subject but because it did not believe the proper time had como It is dilli cult to interest the people in sev oral issues at the same time i and wo saw not evidence tint just now the people wore taking any special1 interest in this school book con troversy Kentucky has no inter ost as important as her common school system and none lies near er the heart of her people i but wo have a fairly good system which iis working fairly well and with which the people are fairly well Htitisliod Wo are of the opinion that there are defects which can be easily remedied and which had better bo remedied It would bo bettor wo thinkto abolish the olliceI Of trustee altogether and controll the country schools somewhat af ter tho mode of our city schools And other amendment could bo projuIICO late and control the publication and selection of books tutu prefer tho present law to tho Ohinn bill and think it host to lot that matter alone Theory of trust iis always raised when FOMIO one has n job to put through And the claim of enormous savings through humbug1tos by competent authors i and com petition will secure reasonable rates and good hooks And the poorest possiblo economy is to put poor books in tho hands ofour children Wo are in favor of goo school houses good teachers good furniture and good books and to ndopt cheeseparing economy in either is criminal and de structive Wo do not build such- school i houses as wo ought and wo do not pay our teachers as wo should i wo do not beautify our schools as thoy should bo and ou book nro nono too good now This raid upon our common schools is in tho intorost of some job and is a cheap cry of thoso who have a contempt for tho of tho pooplo anti boliovo they can obtain ofllco bv a clamorous as sault on anything charged to bo n trust Lexington Herald Will Hold A Holy Snow THK Jackson Hustler saystithe Christian Scientists are erecting a house of worship in that town and tho presumption prevails thin later on they will hold a holy show Our Obituary Sounds All Right TliBBeattyvillo Enterprise Clay City Chronicle and tho HAZKI Gmiv HKK ALD arc no moro forever It seems that the soil of the mountains Is tint conge dial for newspapers At least this is the history of tho past There is some talk that TUB llimun will revive nil wo Jiopo such will bo tho case as Brother Cooper has worked long and faithfully in his locality to mako Tin HSKALD a algunl success and such it was and ItII hotterfateJackon I Written forTHE HERALD Gasclty Oa Qoebol PAIUOON KY March 27 1899 tbr0 sake nf auld lang sync allow mo to say a few wods in TUB HEIUIU concern lug Senator Gocbel tho Kenton sjatei man Allow me to say first that I nhl glad Tin HKRAID liasgottii well of thin grip and that Iti issue of March 28i inI the beat local newspaper I over saw I notice in the issue referred to sevcra editorial references to thin gubernntorin race which leave no question ns to your opposition to my friend Mr Goebelan as you dont seem to be shouting yourself hoarse for either of the fellows I urn led to the belief that you lire taking pat torn alter our old friend John Minor Holts sometimes culled Tincup uf AltI Sterling who U never von anybody specially but always AdAlNST somebody or like the Irishman newly landed lit Castle Garden who when naked about his politics said I know nothing about the politics of this country hut Im agin the goovermenl joinissueed by THE HKHAID because I know you sling a mighty nasty quill and I air not in a position now to retaliate limit there is a question I will submit to your renders TiiKlinAU seems to blame Senator Goo beI for not having been born in Kentucky This I regard its a niattei over which the Senator had no control and ho has always since childhoodre grettctl that it wan tint his morn blessed privilege to have first seen the light with in the limits of this proud old common wealth The question I would ask your keeprcandidate was born or whether he chews long green or manafac or whether ho takes sugar in lusts HO lung as he is a faithful and true Democrat an honest 0tarot and a brainy statesman lint I am wandering J set out to write a short FKKTCII OK WM UOKIIKI und to begin I will say that Mr Goebel has lived in Covington since early child hood about 85 years He was tho old est of four childien when his father died about 25 years ago rise circumstances of his mother who was a helpless in valid thou mud until her death mud her children were such that Mr Goebcl then a mere lad was compelled to leave 1school mud go to work Ho became tho office boy of Gov Tno W Stevenson who was doubtless the best friend ho over hind After being employed in his oflico several years Mr Goebel was admitted to tho hint anil finally became Governor Stevensons law partner and remained such until his death He made Mr Goebel executor of inns will and trustee of his estate with out bond Whatever success Mr Joe bel has attained professionally and polit ically ho owes it to Governori Stevenson The governor was n typical II Virginia gentleman the only sun of Andrew Stevenson of Virginia who was speaker of thin pause of representatives during the two administrations of Andrew Jackson and in Martin Van lUirens to the court of St James John W Steph enson had beet governor and was sell torThere was none poorer In Covington tutu vicinity thou Mr Goebul tint clot Stevenson helped taught advised andI possibleII t part of tho state and a Democrat of Democrats 1I1ruggiefroll1anything worth haying without a vigor ous ellort and violent opposition ItoI has had splendid success at the bar Iudl he lists few peers in Kentucky lie has been elected to the state son ate from Kenton county four tithes con secutively end lists served 12 years If ho serves out his present term ho will have served 14 years greatding front tho walks of tho common people and there Iis nothing of which ho ila prouder ho has always had determined oppositionireducing onehalf the tolls on tho bridges across the Ohio river at Covington and tho twin piko tolls on turnpikes in Ken subr ject of contest from tho circuit court to tho supremo court of tho United States In tho cases involving tho validity o these laws ho represented tho people all tho courts to which tho cases were carried and did so without fee or reward and paid his Tho tolls wore reduced and remain reduced Ho opposed the abolition of tho rail rortd commission at tho legislative session of 18878 and drafted the report of tho committee appointed to investigate tho Louisville do Nashville railroad lobby ntul TIIKUKHY ixcintuun TUB IASTIXU- KNMITV OK THAT COIUOHATIOV lie has invariably supported legisla lion in tho interests of tho people mind intereststand bitter contest secured tho passage of a law making tho running of a lottery a felony Ho advocated tho McChord railroad freight extortion bill tad tho Chinn school book law The election law bearing his name is i working like a charm and gaining in popularity every day Under tho Goe leila din Republicans can never steal tho electoral vote of the state as they did in 1 DUG Mr Goobel has never favored but one trust and that has been thoIltrust committed to him by n confiding constituency Ho has the courage to stand by his convictions of right and has never bent tho knee to corporation kings or their emissaries of corruption He has always been a consistent hardlighting Democrat and I doubt if a brainier man lives in KentuckyS S OABSITY Complimentary to our Readers Our readers will be pleased to learn that the eminent physician and special ist Dr Kilmer sifter years of research and study has discovered and given to I tho world b must remarkable remedy known as SwampHoot for tho cure of j khlneylIver and bladder troubles the generous offer to send n bottle free thatI Ijail may prove its wonderful merits with out expense is in itself sullicient to give the public confidence and a desire to ob I Lain it Swartm toot has an established reputation as the most successfulI reme- dyj anti is receiving tho hearty endorse I I ment of all up to date physicianshospit als and homes If our nice and women readers are in need of a medicine of this kind no time should be lost in sending their name and address to Dr Kilmer R VII HlngliHinpton N Y and receive n sample bottle and a book of valuable information both sent absolutely free by mail upon receipt of three two cent stamps to cover cost of poslago on the bottle Tho regular sixes may be ob tained at the drug stores When writing please say you saw thisi generous oiler in TUB H Bit A iD Mr Harry Koselands picture The Fortune Teller which was given in sup plement form with the January issue of Truth proved so popular that the pub fishers have been compelled to print a new edition to supply tho demand for it Old papers 20c a hundred Mn 11114 EIREEsof rdUi bat demonstrated ten thousand tunes that it is almost iufalllblo FOR WOMANS PECULIAR WEAKNESSES IrreRtilarltlc and ilcrntiRMrents It has become tho loading mmily for thin clash of troubles It exerts streagtheuinguponthewhites anti fallitr I or tho womb n stops flooding and relIeves sup rnstrlltlonI I pressed and painful For Clmiigo of llfo it is mho incdlclnu mode It Is IIIsII during pregnancy and helps bring children into homes barren I for years It Invigorates stimu lates strengthens tho wholu nya utteredIany woman suffer another inlnuto with certain relief within reach T lcrbottloFor aiMte n corn rriirlriij trftliil iilrre timi addrvtWnypnrplnnr Iht Ijiillti AIlIIl tnntr rt e tliztlWIIII1lcII ictnt Co VuitMiiMt I TViili Rev uysMrfalling of the womb and It entirely lcured her FRED Je HEINTZ- roanUfaotnlino Jcwolcru- lAttaINI Watches Clocks Jewelry Diamonds GOODSISolid Gold and Silver Medals and Class Pins CSfUnoxcolled Repairing Facilities lUft K Midst Strcllt fLEXINGTON KY Price List for Watch and Clock Repairing Cleaning Watch American make ti150 II II Old Kngllsh Lover 200 Main Spring 150 Cleaning Clock Amer S day 1 5 II trench make 350 II Nickle alarm style 50 Main splng in clock Amer make 100 It IIrtlleh make 2CO Mending soldering Gold Spectacles 2535c It StcelII 5cISrllepairinc Jewelry according to nature of repairs New pins fitted into brooches pins itfc HC ROBINSON OF BEATTYVILLE KY WITH Era HUGHES rnopuiKTon Kentucky Cider Vinegar Works LOUISVILLE KY Your patronage Is respectfully solicited Grenlesl Clolhing Snle In the History of the Trad- eLouis At Gus StrousLe- xng1os leaning GIotning HousL We arc badly overstocked in every department tiSTo propose to sell you bargains when you want them oldnot when the season is over JUST THINK OF A GOOD WARM OVERCOAT at 09 cents A beautiful satinlined Kersey overcoat iincsfc made worth 2500 at 1250 250 Boys All Wool Scotch Suits double breasted sizes 5 to 16 years worth 4at 2a black cheviots double uptoRemember we have clothing for the Workingman Farmer Banker We do not carry cheap trashy goods but represent such manufacturers as Alfred Benjamin Co Strong Bros Fechheimer Keifer Co and all the lending manufacturers of the United States You cannot afford to miss this sale as oullwyHeer have another chance in your lifetime We are agents for Newburgh NcvcrRip Pants anti will give you 10 per cent oil on all goods Beautiful Nat ural Wool Undershirts and Drawers worth1 2 att i1 a suit Time best Fleecelined Undershirts and Drawers worth 2 at It lia1 suit 100 dozen Fancy Shirts minds by Hutchinson Pierce Co at 75 cents Price never named heretofore and worth 150 You can a fiord to borrow money and pay inter est to buy these goods at prices named LOUIS GUS STRAUS Lexingtons Leading Clo- thiersTRAINING C 1 IfEED STABLESU UVU-yc T i U 1 I have opened my Training mind Im Stable mill will keep on hand plenty of feed ami a toll of vehicles I IItsirehnremus bext pasture at reasonable r- atesL1VEUYTrLES n 1 I Also for the convenience mad nccora motlation of guests of the Day House at Hazel Green ami L Park Hotel at Torrent I have opened nearby two firstclass livery stables where I will keep buggies saddle horses and hacks for hire at all times Per sons wishing u vehicle to meet them at McCausey can telephone me and have any desired vehicle or saddle horse promptly- I will also have a lull supply of hacks for hiro to drummers which will bo iu time charge 01 careful drivers and for which they canjlcontract by the day for nay length of eitherJieCausey4 IU U I Jtoping water for them whenever desired Day and Swango water fresh and free on ice and tap for guests at L Pnrk Hotel J TAYLOR DAY- F A LYONI JRTe KenluoLLOffices L t Croon We H PIFRI ATThas charge of tho Hazel Green office nnd all IIltentlonAGENCY RESTORED MANHOOD PILLSc DB MOHSK- EBTEUINE FanIIIontal WOrf7CXCOSIIo tstMnnhoodImpotency ro of fobDICO Nightly orOplum Emlslone 01 lib lend to ollo sirIIIIDlllllon anll InJnnll With S4 ordcrwo Jllvc a r l porbotahoxelrorSIVLCOClcwe 7 i= I Headachev often a warning that the liver Is torpid or Inactive Moro serious troubles may follow For a prompt fllclent euro of Hcadacho and all liter troubles take Hoods PlhIsWhile they rouse the liver restoro bowetheyIrritate or Inflame the Internal organs put lave a positive tonic effect 25c at all druggists or by mall of C I Hood dt Co Lowell Mass fIE HERALD Red River Valley Railway Cos TIME CARD jggrTrnln leaves McCuusey at G oclock n m counectiiiK with train at Uotlnvell for G-ealghwellatKothwcll Ky Eugene Atkinson remnins very ill Mrs Dr S n Kusb iia able to be about again R J McLin returned Saturday from Winchester Morton Pieratt of Maytown was in our midst Thursday J S Hawkins preached at Dnysboro last Sunday morning Mrs Angeline James was taken very tick on Saturday night Miss Minnie Wallis of Grassy was in town shopping Monday Rev J H Wnllcn will visit Lexing ton this week so we are informed Dr Felix Thomas and wife were visit ors at the academy home this week Wanted To trade n yearly sub crip don to THE HinAii for a rnulo shout Mr and Mrs 1JI Swango visited her mother Saturday and Sunday at Bethel Dro Lee pnstor of the Methodist church delivered two eloquent sermons on Sunday last- JnoMRoso returned from the city list week and will have hisSpring Opening Saturday April 8th Mrs Alexander and Daniel Davidson of Daysboro attended services at the Methodist church SundnyJo Herald Pieratt batched with his Uncle Mort a few days last week and thinks that kind of life the thing Frank HsivcnsroprceentinK the Childs Thompson Grocery Co of Mt Sterling tu in town Monday night The many friends of John H Ilollon Monk will regret to hear that he is confined to his home with sore eyes Jim Motley and wife left Monday for Loraine Ohio at which place they in tend to make their future home Richard Brewer of Holly fell load from his horse at Campto on TuesdayI bout 2 oclock supposed to be heart disease1evT H Wallen will preach at Will sore church on Sunday morning at 11 Mock and at Hazel Green at tho usual hour in tho evening Charlie tho noted scribe ofliTho Daysboro Doings was seen going up the state road on Sunday last astride a mill mousecolored donkey There has been much complaint about erera mud holes in town but the Leather has been so inclement that it hie been impossible to repair them Frank Havens is responsible for the Utement that a nearby merchant a few days since contributed 5 to the aiwionary fund and deducted two per Wt for cash MaryIlcIntoshto academy homowero the participants n excellent dinner at the homo of lire 4 Bister Lee last Sunday The regiment to which Ed Jones and woody Lacy belongs the 22d infantry severalbtdeaIntw to note that the boys hayo so far ped injury of any kind John M Rose is papering his stare preparatory to the opening of his- 8tht goods which will take place on inst Ho had no time this week dn e an ad but our readers may ex aething nice in that lino next fa H Cord will preach at Daysboro II l inlthe afternoon of the second Sunday ay His theme at both places will f Oar part in the evangelization of Readl KobinIlhahustling salsman for tiro n M vinegar andcider works of- Il11e was at Manchester week be and sold fourteen barrels of We goods Five other salesmen atmebeforegf worklaill gets1AWc hn all others fail because he talker and his goods are the philosopherbe classed with Socrates and Plato ia lhUosopby expelling the false ideas concerning the GlieruttI other contemporaries of the philosophical circle Mr Coldiron teaches that tho thuughtitwurldisaxis as thought by other phlo opherti bygravitation butbygiveusrefersnephew who has been a member of his school for ninny years past whwill byillsH G Hobiiistoti of Heattyville who IInlldnI yWItS our city tills week in the interest of his firm Mr Robinson is ono of the nicest gentlemen it has been our pleasure to meet and his firm coulIIOt find a man representthisevery respect and give perfect satisfaction to his customers lie sold to a number of our merchants and they are highly delighted with his goody Heat tyville should be proud of him us ono of the best commercial men in the state Leander Dunn Letcher Iavis and Porter Davis who live above Lee City Cuntylruvebeen pasttheselgtllillthat tinio Inivo gotten out 1000000 feet of popular pine ashand cucumber In the lot was a cucumber log that cut about 700 feet Holla Hiiiley the young man who hud his limb so terribly lacerated at a saw mill near McCauscy week before lust we are glad to sr is getting along nicely Dr Tuulbvu who was called tu see him at the tune is iu daily commu nication with his attending physicians and he tells us that amputation will not bo necessary Hill Combs of tirassysayshe has four roosters sitting on duck eggs and thinks that 1 rum Their devotion to tluty the ducks will come What akin the prog Cui will bo to the parent is the question presented as Mr Combs veracity is tar doubted Hl C Qmuksitll has accepted a posii tion as suiesflMii with 111L 1K iuratt and entered upon his duties Monday Curls many friends will be glad tknow that ho is again with us and till who have seen him hUe given him a hearty hand shtke Charley Jtosc who has been Iliving with his grandparents Uncle Hob Hoe and Will of Sullwatcr is visiting his lather Julia 11 Itoau and wile ol our town The announcement that Utorgo ISyrdI hud moved hum across the river into the Trimble property was premature lie moved some 01 his ell cts but his wile was so ill that lie decided not to ui0veIrd1aylur Day has been dangerously ill lor several days past and her attend iug physicians irs Mason Kash and1 Jjiiiis Kash say her ailment is append cias The Queen of the tiwango Springs ac companitd by lur father and brother attended Sunday school and church ser vices at tutu Methodist caurcn last tsun day Hob Jillcy on Monday moved to the house vacated by Mrs Amanda Chenault and the latter has moved to the residence of Mrs Oakley on the state road piss Hilda Wood of Cancdla tionac companied by her brother Monroe was visiting triomta in and near Hazel Green i Saturday and Sunday I =Wileikit of LILLY creekhas been confined to his homo with malarial fever for the past ten days but was some better Monday morning Mrs Twin Stamper of the Stamper branch is confined to her bed by illness and Undo Tom her husband is barely able to be about Dr Nickell reports the birth of a boy to tho wifo of W N Nickell on March 2Hth and to the wife of Buchanan Hose same date a girl Several of our correspondents failed to show up this week but wo hope they will have in their favors by next Mon day Two candidates for Masonic honors in tho first degree were put through at Minah Lodge No 607 Saturday night The editor of this paper can find a buyer for 10 or 15 shots that will weigh 50 to 75 pounds culled Saturday nL ht Dr Nickell was to L OJ Cit to IICO 1 dnughte iiiCaleb Allen who was rtported ito cSckingday night district JlIlYs ore t Hazel Green tJIDother districtthanperhaps anyr rrOcounty WO clapbonrds to cover I want about smuko house SrECEniCO0Emil Miss Minnie Wallii of Consolation was in town on tlip 3d Bro Wallen filled his regular appoint ment nt Frenchburgon the 2d llov Hnrney Ulunkonship will preach at Consolation on Sunday morning Tlio Sunday school nt the Methodist church hud n largo attendance lust Sun day The Swnngo mill wo understand will start up about tho Ifith of the present month Our readers who wish to subscribe to a firNtchiss magazine should rend the ud of Lippincotts It is B good one theLuntday last week It was a calf without eyes or tail though well developed in all other respects verybeautifulverybeautifulMr Nat Goodwin appearing in the April issue of the Truth is n charming puitraitsI was reading an advertisement of Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diar rhrca liemedy in tho Worcester Enterprise recently which leads mo to write this I can truthfully say that I never used any remedy equal t it for colic and diarrhoea I never had to use more than tae or two doses to cure the worst ease with myself or children W A Htroud Pocnmoke City Md For sale by J Taylor Day Remember It is especially urged that everybody attend the services at tho Christian church on next Sunday morning and evening The topics for sermons will be ppCnaiOPlea These are topics that should in terest every member of the Christian church and too they should have the careful study of other denominations Hear these sermons and wo if the stand scriptural Seed Corn I have for sale if bushels of Golden Relay seed corn This corn was brought from Pennsylvania last spring and planted for the first time in this county It is n remarkable yielder and every farmer should grow some of it for feed Tile ears are Iota and tapering and well tilled and it will give an abun lout harvest oven on poor ground It will bo sold for seventylive cents n hush ciall on Koliert Nod Icy at tho farm near the llolby graveyard nod supply yourself with good seed corn WM H Conn Old papers JOc a hundred THE BEST OF THEM ALL 11 LIPPINCOTTSnoNTHLYJIAG numiUUu LlittrtnlnliK reading matter contlniifl stories trftfrh nroobjectionable to ud r aclcr It flhnuM be In every household Sub scription snoo per year whomtiltJ B LIPPINCOTT COMPANY PubllBliorB PHILADELPHIA Do You Want to Make Money IS1OOO to SUaOO por W nk niinrnntud- We want intelligent hustling representa lives to handle the most beautiful and pop ular line of fast selling hooks and Bibles ever iUsued by any house Uptodate quick sellers t lnv retail prices liberal terms and fair dealing are the inducements we offer Credits given and freights paid We want yon with us Dont make your plans till you hear from us Write us hy return mail THE HUDGINS PUB CO jcS Kiser Building Atlanta Oa ooooooooooooooooooooo OoOO- OeNaze GrOan oanaIIlU Normal and Preparatory School IUIMAUY AND INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENTS English Course Latin Scientific Course Preparatory Classical Course ICourlloI thoiSecond term Legal January 2nd and ends June 7th 1890 WM H CORD Jau191899 Priucipnl0- 000000000000000000oooootyooooo ft II BRYAN 8AI KSMAN Iron Pearson Clark WHOLESALE + GROCERS LEXINCTON KY I o u 1 T I AM 88 YEARS OLD widntvensay rvtuwiy equal to lfr Will llnlolu rrlleInYAeduelcalM Ring RIng Norway microbebearing in every BEAUTIFUL ILLUSTRA Nothing to the finish series articles now running in TRUTIIonAMERICAN ARTISTS AND THEIR WORK freely illustrated and in and white paintings by the are merit I COPIES CENTS TRUTH COMPANY STREET FOURTH AVENUE NEW GUN NAUiHT 2D3512 Tills Kn Hackney Htalllon imported to the United States on Juno S in nki tho HIUNO of nt the stables of John H Pieratt at Hazel Ircen Ky at the extremely price blood null considered of S6 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Or J5 To Insure A Mare In Foal money due when tine is ascertained in either case A Iclu on the colt will ho re tained for tho season mousy mid In event the mare IK traded our or to another horse the money will then be Every care will taken to prevent accidents hut I will not he responsible should they occurDESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE CONNAtOIIT 2ND 3512 in a beautiful bay full 10 hands high black mane and tllll good style action n fine roadster years old thlll spritg lie was slre1 by Victor of fleetly liH7 ditul Bonnle 1925 by Highflyer 1000 Victor of 1687 by Reliance 007 rand dnm by 101 Hcllance 007 by Confidence 158 dum by JU flcman 07- 0NornItis cnumlcto pedigree covers many crosses of the thoroughbred and quoteI1rccdcrsand examine his pedigree at my FtahlcN Respectfully J II TKE HARTFIELD llendqunrtors Mt Midiling Ky IIKIHKH- KNTHCUCCENHEIMER Co LYNCfinUltG VA Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods No lions Fancy Goods We manufacture the well known it1AfS AId Punts and Overalls Hold your orders until you see him JA OULlTXiBEE M BH BVM Physician and KY ISurgery and obstetrics a specialty HERALD TDEJDEBT r o f ont the old the ew oat the false Ring in the true We bring to you the new and true from thrpIney forests of DR BELLS PineTarHoney Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Poeftlv Cure for coughs colds and all 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guarantee Rntliifnctloii in nil cases Special attention to orders by innil 0 R IfU IOn+ j1ttorneyaiLaw COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY AND Rt- TUIINB PllOMITIiY MADE 401 W JKITKIISON STREET LOUISVILLE KY Reference J Taylor Day Hazel Green J TAYLOR DAY Wholesale and Retail dealer in General Merchandise Lumber Real Estate o Also President Hazel Green Fair and Driving Park Association and the Farmers Exchange A KAHII 1OLLIN 1lATTOENEYaltLAWHAZEL 1 Will practice in tlidconrU of Wolfe and tkO adjoining counties and attend promptly ta all collections entrusted to hlEB J i PAPERS Vleii ned Nlr fr OyOLDt this oMee st Aee4t yer itNye 4 T1 i 7 Y 4 1 Aoy rr j 4r a 4 1 1 a It i I i j fry f liI j i i 4 I IiIA Ii I r- 7 pr J rN k- I i yS t 1 i rA f t J trC i w r r+ u r ss i 1i i IVie Iz Viei Viet i Viei y e Ii r THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Publisher JJAZEL GREEN t t t t t KY j TO MY WIFE Tl3 many a year since you and T- In holy troth and faith Joined heart and hand and vowed to bo Husband and wife till death Ah me how much of Rood and ill or pleaauro and of pain Our eyes havo seen our hearts have felt Dear wife dear heart since then Yet In our humble home nest wo Still happy alt and sing A sweeter song than skylarks trill In praise Of love and spring when winter comes to us and clouds Obscure tho light of day Wo murmur not because we know That we have had our May We know behind tho clouds tho sun Shines somowhoro In tho blue And that tho darkest night but brings Tho stars more clear to view Dy bearing ono anothers Briefs Their weight onehalf hi lees And sharing ono anothers Joys We double happiness Life measured by this golden rule Becomes despite tho tears Which sometlmcn blur tho bluest skies A round of happy years And with this golden rule dear wife Wo over will comply In sweet contentment seeing thus The tldo of time glide by Ready tvhntocr tho outcome hOt Lifes shade or shine to share Content to know Its 1IHSUCH are Sato In our Fathers care They trumt live who live for love IMVO Is lifes crown of blliw Tho soul of life Is deathless love Who loves Immortal 1st Charles W Huutcr In Atlanta Constitu tionAn Army Wife BV CAPTAIN CHARLES KING Copyrighted 86 by Is Tennyson Netlyl SYNOPSIS Chapter I fannlc McLnne n young wldnw Is Invited to visit tho Uraftons at Fort Sedgwlek Her sister tries to dill suado hur nil Ilimlolph Mcrrlam whom iliu had jilted for old Mcl unonnd his brldo are stationed there Chapter JI Knnnlo Mclanos woddlnn causes family feeling A few months Inter she while traveling with her husband meets Mvrrlam on his wedding trip Chapter IAulnl1 unto previous to this Morrliun had goro on u Kovernment survey fallen III and had been nursed by Mrs Tremnlno and duiuthtur Florence A hasty note from Mrs Mcliiiiea stepson takes 3ilm to the plains Chapter IV Young Mclanc dictates to Mcrrlam a dying Message which li sent andltrotherInlawrauses Mrrrlnm to swoon He Is taken to the Tronialnos calls for Florence Chapter V Kncngement of Florence Tromalno to Morrltim Is announced wedding shortly follows Chapter VII IMr Mclano Is mysterious Ily shot In San Francisco Merriutn Is greatly excited whom hu rends account lipapers While still In mourning Mrs Me Lane propares to visit Fort Sedgwlck Chapter 111Mrs Mrlano tirrlven at tho fort Mnrrlam Is startled at tho news and ho and his wife absent themselves eveningChapterpay their respects to tho widow on nn evening when she would ho sure to huvo many other callers When tho call In returned Mcrrlam Is away and his wife seeingherrested Chicago Your undo stricken jwr ulysls You will ho summoned Seruro papers otlierwlBo lose everything C M dllllcultyChapter gobutnuxt noon- Chapter XFlorence learns Merriam has been to see Mrs Mcl ane unil In a lorm of passion will not allow hint to explain Shortly after Merriam Is In ptssIng nesses tho meeting which sho supposes has Icon prearranged Chapter NIMrs Mcl anc begs Merriam for papers given him by her stepson but which ho tells her woro all forwarded to Parry Mcrrlam Is seriously wounded In light with greasers Chapter XII Florence In her deep dis appointment leaves her homo In tho night for her fathers at the cantonment Chapter X111rIrce personal telegraph ParryIattermites from post A dispatch from her law yer on his way to tho fort together with Account of serious injuries to Merriam causes Mrs Molane to faint Chapter XIV Merrlam Is brought In InI the ambulance Imiulrca for Florence but sets only an evasive answer doctor fear tog news of her illcht tiny prove fatal to himChapter XV During absence of hos pital attendant Mrs Mulatto steals In on Merriam hoping to get from him some jiapora or Information tells him of his wlfoa disappearance Untidy staggers out to tho stable and is shortly galloping madly oft over tho mesa Mrs Mclano breaks down tells of dying numnso of leer stepson to effect that the drat Mrs Mclnno was alive at tines of her Pan trios marriage and of the blackmail nnd extortion practiced on Mclano by his Slrllt xvlfo and her family Finally this Mrs iMcLana agreed to leave him on payment of A big cash sum McLane hears that his Sacramento wife lain married again but lawyers sent to investigate are confronted 2 y tho news of her death C1IAPTEK XV COTIXUKO They round her grit c headstone and all but could yet oo trace of her long devoted lover Jt vnn surmised that he bad taken what was left of the money and gone elsewhere In search of con aolatlou McLnno cline back to New flTork met Fanny Hay ward full In love and Uncle Mellon urged the mutch in every wny nod we know the result There was a fortnight which McLanu seemed the happiest of men Then carne a shock Fanny found him nearly crazed with trouble A letter hnd come purporting to be from thnt supposed tobe dead woman demanding further heavy payment nn time price of her III hence McLnnc honestly told Ivan the truth ant was astonished at her de cision She bade him pay the money and have done with it They might have doubted the genii ineness of her letter but there was no doubting that of young MeUines dying1 statement witnessed by the olllcers from Sedgxvlck He declared his moth er alive And so one crime led to an other No sooner hud they reached California than the whole 1erldns family seemed resurrected mind black mail was their business The eldest sister demanded heavy hushmoney and it wits paid The second sister turned up with her husband and n preposterous demandl It was theywho haunted him at the San Francisco club and the man drunk ant triumphant insolently demanding money that night had tired that wellnigh fatal shot when repudiated defiled and struck The very next tiny at their hotel cane a letter warning then to si hence an to the lidentity of tIme assailants So long ns these latter were allowed to scare arrest they would keep the se cret limit if arrested timid brought to trial they would proclaim Mulnne a bigamist All this was made known to Uncle Mcllcn mind he too backed the nieces cause and kept up the deception Hut no one could tell where the Ii est wire XVIIH hidden She will be produced when needed and her money must be paid through her sister The money a large sum was paid and then there was temporary peace lint Me Iinc drooped and died under the weight of shame and anxiety There was quarreling between the willow and the guardian and further demands from those cormorants who now open Ily threatened to claim the dead mans cfctnti for lthe widow HIM her sont htIa least know nothing of the death and then Fanny coming to tIR1 sorerIgotysession of the papers of which her bills band had told hound which Mealy hall long since sent to Iarry hut concern ing which site hUll never spoken to lice brotlierinlaxx believing hint to be ig norant of their existence and It pleased Ned Iarry to let her live on in ignorance that he hail them lie took It curious interest in making a study of her nil hal without consulting his client n more than professional inter out I in the cast Hut now iliillock the man who shot Mclanc had been traced to and ar rested in Chicago together xvith Ills dashing helpmeet Uncle belles had been prostrated by paralysis an a re sult of the news The secret could be no longer kept and Foamy11eLatte hunted desperate selfdeluded and srlf drugged believed herself a ruined woman when at lust Nod Iarry came Too III to see him she seemed at least relieved to know he had conic ami that night in Graftons parlor he sat gravely listening to Harriets hint Vanity had detailed to IIitnlurII ing no comment but taking when just at tattoo a trooper dis mounted at the gate and hors to Mrs Virafton n brief missive from her ihus band It was written that morning nearly LO wiles northwest of loses much You mustt prepare Merriam for the worst it said There is reason tobo Ilive poor Florence hits fallen into the liBnds of a little humid of Apaches The sign Is unmistakable and we are just Blurting in pursuit CIIAITKU NVI Lute that anxious night one battalion of the rulers returned to Scdgxvlck Ilnj nos company one of the four and very grays he looked when told of till events of time past IS hours Acting on tilt report of CnptGrnfton that Apache signs had boon found in the foothills north of loses Huxton hud ordered an other troop to march to reen force him and this troop Hayne obtained reruns sion to accompany It marched nt daxvn so ho had barely three I hours in which to prepare Mr Parry wearied with his journeying and Mummy cares had been escorted to Morriams vacated quarters by Vhlttakor some little time before midnight nnd there ho xvas ride welcome by Hop Ling and given the room abandoned by time muster of the house so short a tithe before Many people between anxiety as to the fate of ttheir beloved Florence nnd their eagerness to receive the rulers on their return sat upI until two oclock but Iarry though tilledI I with anxiety as keen xvas well aware that nothing xvas to be ginned by his spending a wakeful night anti listening to all manner of time cry as to the cause of the fair fugitives sudden dcllcction from time roadI to tho ranch Ilnynt therefore did not nItnor see him but as soon as it xvas light rtde forth ahead111r the troop moaning to go first to Joses see his wife nUll Dr Gould and then strike out northward confident of mooting the second troop somewhere in the open country that there spread for title before him Imxton had sent a party on the trap of Merriam within an hour of his dash and with orders to bring him back to the post but they load not been heard from since their start nnd wild Whit taker theyre not likely to be Those fellows barely ride one mile to Randys two Its my belief he will just pull up at Joses and then go straight ou to the foothills as probably she did But Handy was having n ride the like of which was not recorded in the annals of Fort Scdgxvick since the days when h ng before the war the First Dragoons nnd the Navajos battled for time master ship of the Sputa Clara Ignorant as yet of the report of Apaches in the foothills of the Mescalcro his one the ory was that she had gone to Joses intending front there to push on to the cantonment The thought of her dar ing so long and so hard a ride nt a time when she should be guarded with the utmost care was in Itself a source of din distress to him and he could hard ly have speeded mister and with grim mer determination to defy all pain or weariness lid he dreamed of the dead 1 ly perils that Ilurked about lice path Of the fact that Valdez std his few fol Irxvcrs Mitt eventually lied northwtml and across the road to tilt Catamount ho hind hoard nothing Through Hop Lings chatter he hind gathered that irafton timid his men xverc gone in Hoarch of Florence and that Mrs Hiiync nail Dr Gould wen at Joses Ho dare tint stop to make Inquiries at the gnr rison lie was under medical care therefore under doctors orders and on complaint of the acting sur genii it would be perfectlyI com petent for Itiixton to place him III close arrest Ills one Ilea therefore wits to put as much ground as possible between the post nail him self lie know he could get another horse at Josesso Blown Dick wits never spared an instant At throe oclock galloping free the gallant horse xvas stretching away northwest ward over the low rolling cart liuumics that scorned to spread to the very lap of till Moscalero spanning the liorioii toward the setting sun Far behind him the scattered ranches sal the sparse green foliage of time Santo Clara Far axvay on either hand the lumpy sandy barren dotted everywhere with little dulllined tufts of coarse herbage or stunted sago Ahead of him tho tor tuous txvlKtiiig dusty trail dented xvlth scores of hoofprints the tracks oft ttous troop on its wny to the res rile Hy this time Kandy was burning with thirst limit the water in his can A brief mlatlvo from bor huibaud tton xvas warm and nauseating lie raised the feltcovered flash to his lips front time to tune mind rinsed his mouth tutu moistened his parching throat limit that dill not allay till craving Ho hail Ktill all mils to go before ho could reach Joses and exchange Itrown Dick for a broncho and have Dr Gould renew the dressing of his wounded arm Ho kucxv that Florence hud failed to appear there hut he knoxv her pluck and spir it mull believed he kncxv the reason that there might be sojourners there either from the Catamount or from the post who would seek to turn lice back or hold lice there and he know that in her overwrought halfmnddencd state she was starving for her mothers pot ting and her fathers arms lie know hello well lint any attempt to dissuade her now would result he felt assured only in frantic outburst and more de termined effort to push aheadI Then ho had anther and oxen hotter reason for thinking ho could quickly find Mignons trail although it might lie milts to the north of Joses Or their return from their latest visit to the Catamount they were liming a glorious run with till hounds ono lovely I November morning and the jack rabbits led them far out to tilt north of the road oolong till button and bowlders that clustered about tilt course of u little stream barely a yard xvMo anyxvhore that rippled out from among the foothills only to bo lost in tho spuds of the desert to till east Ono vigorousj old rabbit close followed by IliaI hounds had tacked suddenly and darted up this narrow valley and Flay nnd Mignon nil excitement darted ift er hint while Kandy guiding Itroxvn DId behind watched with fond proud eyes his young xxlfes graceful femur less riding Far up toxvard the head of the brook poor jack hal been tossed in air by the pointed muxle of his closest pursuer and then jxmnccd upon by the panting hounds amid Randy found that they were In n little imp llthcntcr among tho buttes found the little spring in which the streamlet hail Its birth and there they dismount ed nail unsaddled mid let the horses roll and here they took their luncheon nnd had n happy loving hour all imbue with the horses and hounds in this lit tie world of their own and Flay hnd unmet the spota font foolish little caprice perhaps aid vowed that It was to bo her refuge byandbj Thla is where I nm coming to build my lonely cloister one of these days when you grow weary of me sir she bind laughingly said And now ns he plied spurs to Dicks heiMng sides Handy won dered wondered whether it might not be that she hall monde thnt wide detour around Joses purposely to find and revisit thnt romantic little nook and there pour out her grief to the solitude of the silent foothills At the oclock Brown Dick was black with sweat and dust and streaked with roam but still pressed gamely on and Handy with white set face in which deep lutes of putt and wearlnois were graving gazed fixedly ahead with burn ing fevered eyes conscious that strength was falling him nun j raying for the first sight of those dun adobe willis of Joses sheltering ranch Just at seven oclock of the cat ly win torscveningthedenlzensof loses heard the thud of horses hoofs at tIC gate std the hail of a feeble voice Jxscs wife at that moment was in halMcurful talk with Mrsi Hayne who frot i daxvn till ditch hind been on watch hoping against hope for tidings of Florence non who tow wearied with long vigilI and wellnigh worn out with anxiety xx as 1 lying down In search of sleep Gould veteran soldier and surgeon that he wits could no longer bear the sus pense and Inaction at the ranch Ho lad borroxvcd one of Joses horses and with a halfbreed Mexican for guide lad ridden axvay at dawn hoping to strike Grnftons trail and follow him Into the mountains whither he xvas supposed to have ridden in put suit of Hie Apaches Gould was n skeptic Ho said he didnt believe a dozen 1 pachvs were till their reservation Ik didnt believe half a doen had ventured over the New Mexican lino std if any timid lie wits willingI to bet a months pay they woro not host Ill This was com forting to Mrs Ilayne but Joses people xvero not so easily cured of their con viction Uy the tithe the rumor reached the ranch brought in by stampeded herdsmen no one of whom hind seen an Indian hilt such of whom could toll tremendous talcs of their doings in the valley it was declared that nt as4 51o of Victnrlos old band wire rnhlng the Santa Clara and might be expected to assault hoses att any moment The corral xvas filled therefore wit i scrag gy cozy ponies multi swarthy in MI sail the sight of an olllecr oneam cd pal lid exhausted reeling enrtlixxaril front in equally exhausted steed Will all that IlUllilIa known as tIll dugout and but for u snarls of troopers who hail jlilt Into Joses with lamed stud useless horses Handy would hose trOll hcidlo Clothe ground They caught him just In time and hurt him inside the ranch xvlico the sight of his deathlike face drove Jose almost frantic Hut the troupers knoxv what to do for their olleor tad speedily brought him round aid when he asked for Dr Gould they toMI him ni his going tad Iandys next demand xvns for coffee and n fresh horse TO UK rONTINTED A PERFECT DOCUMENT Cm iSieInmwi of the i flirit Ion of In iloieiutcnee e Ire ItaNlIy 11 tinned Of The Declaration is divided iito two parts First time statement ol certain general principle of the right of men Mid iKoplcs and second an nttnck on Scone III as a tyrant setting forth ii a series of propositions tlio wrongM done by hint to the Americans which justified them In rebellion iriticlsn has been directed 1 littlt1 against the attack on tIn ling time to the original ty of tho doctrines enunciated thct against the statement of time rights ot Miami Jeffersons selfevident truths styloTheI 1 I disposed of1tar sifter year for more than ti eoiitury trie Declaration of Independ ence has bier solemnly rend In evorv city town mind haiiilvt in the United States to thousands Americans wiio Vave hoard it over nod over again and who listen to it In reverent silence and itlullrtDust u+ this turgids0tttcuues udeathpervadi ijAmerleaii sensts of + humor would have to its flltthntstood sue cossfully 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IViiiittlcM of Wealth are any mans rich Ir i tit- neighbors have heard all about Olltehison Globe llrrcafler eye shall be able to Flnwonr teeth xvithout haying Europe act as f ice hall lust tnt hemI ToxvnI Topics RYP0 firr c tlt iVIT TED QUPLII THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS is duo nut only to the originality ands simplicity of the combination but also to the cure mind skill with which it iis manufactured by scientific protvses known to the CAMTOKNIA Fio Hvaur Co only and wo wish to imprc s upon all the importance of purcha hug tho true and original remedy As tha genuine Syrup of rigs to manufactured by the CAIUOIJNIA Fin SYIUTP Co only a knowledge of that foot wilt assist ono in avoiding the wortlless imitations manufactured by other par ties The high standing of Vie CAM FOUMA Fid Svitti Co with Ithe innli cal profession an1 the sfltl idion which the genuine Syrup of Ii has given to millions of families mskcs the name of the Company puranty of the excellence of its remedy It ILi far in advance of all other laxatives as it nets on the kidneys liver and bowels without irritating or weaken ing them and it mines not gripe nor nauseate In order to get its beneficial effects please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO MAX FItANCISCO Cat LOU18VI L1Z KT NEW VOIX X f BJ D- BLOODMMmAIlETS 4li nil clnlmid fur HhUll and am a truly notidcrftii medicine I tan iltra tolrkeandamarthwnl liMKXt hnui ociimirillc l mid rir rvmiliT r hasml proved nnmlcrriillr and I teemi much brier in cftrr- war SIII8 SMIIE K SLalAmsL7ttreii XCIin CANDY CATHARTIC TRADE MAnS RIOISTIMID Pleasant Iaatablo Potent Title float f1Ot Good Never Slckn wcatru or Gape111c oC oc CURE CONSTIPATION SlrrCut arbdr Umpt rKlfact Ritet itw yL 311 dWnuaIUtIAb i6 i 9Oll1t8m 4A tN FOR 14 CENTS wewtshto aln thlJMr t- nx O cu omer end ncae u et- 1lkF13 hay IL h lUC 1 Pig Uli i L + it lee 1 liulfrtt Urd Urtiib11 11H Iomrflghn ucambtrICO10- 0I SaUer1 Uc t Ixttuco TomatoII JO too t limmttintFlowtrSCtd1 1M Worth 100Jbrjl 4 eats 9Lw AboIl0 plcilh 8100 wtw III mull ferry with nor- Greet filII toglJcrPaint Cetalor- oaponncrlptofthis notirctISpostage 1Yo tnvtte 7our trailltadaknow when you once Snl7eretalnnmtwlthrtlollwillnner il ootthrra Onion opalb MPCllClsrUDu a libCeutogatop 1lOllS A SALUhm sEV a LA tmtuJu U- LmeNum S i at w = y j J 7iir A =xt The Monetary Problem 1 I cstfeesess C 6 C C Ct cdtJ HELPS ONLY THE BANKS A JIlurn Inullslunnn SaTa Ut McinlHi la tutu JUna t Vital Uc lluu Up for DUouiilun Whatever I may be able to say in favor 3lt great cause of bimetallism either in myuwu country or your progressive rtjiulilic will bf said with pleasure in its relation to the welfare of the peo of all nations I consider tills the Latest anti most vital subject that is law up for ilscussion Tile advocates of the gold standard claim that nnong its other virtues it applies us with a stable and uniform currency a matter of the utmost im portance in international transactions I admit the importance but 1 deny the maim of stability On the contrary the lads pro e that of all the currencies that men have tried gold Is the most un table for the simple reason that ve iook to Its supposed intrinsic value fblcli constantly fluctuates under the influence of the natural law of supply md demand and this is the secret of mettled markets and constantly re erring panics Ever since the general demonetization f silver in 1873 we find that its pur using power with reference to prod els hrs heat stitch more stable than tat of gold For instance the silver tipee and the silver dollar have re fined in close companionship in their ntrlnsic or bullion value with till itistirc or weight of produce that they auld buy as anyone can see My com ring the market reports for the so ies of years that have elapsed since tr demonetization Wc will go hack to 1891 the year of ijal demonetization in your country ad India and observe the steady de line of prices in almost exact proper ion to that of the bullion value of ail tr We use te Sauerbeck tables he use they arc admittedly standard all If world over The movement In the prices of com acdltics during Inst month Indicate j Mr Sauerbecks index number for tober was veryy slight The num worked out from the prices of the 45 tpresentative nrticl s embraced in hh stem was 030 against 019 tor Sep mbcr The trifling decline here shown is due entirely to a somewhat down ird tendency in the prices of pork won butter textile raw materials flultefmportuntaverage index number for each com fled year since 1S92 and that for each flbe last six months nr lisos tfMny Cfi W G3JJuno 417nt3 ft J uly fillAUKUHt 4l- W 1 C2 September nS9 October tiJj The increase for 97 and the first part 95 everyone will understand was c to famine conditions in certain ntrlcs of the old world compelling people in those countries to calla their hoarded savings for time tins of sustaining life thus pro ting a temporary expansion of the Ttncy and an upward tendency of ijti But those conditions liavii r Wfd you will observe the renewal ihe decline in June of the present ir and I its steady continuance down previouslybedIiI and go still lower unless the +te shall be removed no one doubts lto has ever given a moments uu iludiccd thought to the subject The rupee Is not merely a token coin our shilling with legal limitations 1U legal tender power but it is tlc currencyIadiaandCeylon rfull liberty between gold anJ silver the monetary purpose there would td be fixity of value between the- eU and the sovereign a fixity how JiBot like that proposed by the In resultingthege and circulation A system nr thatforwardl government is opposed in the- Beat way to the naturalness of r Jorldng of a true gold and silver+ 2W system Imporhthntjaaalrend marketsHuftpurchasPoxeras 1867bdnlthonghlIfIs every reason toI i that in the absence of open i foriI old and silver alike this upward j I withjry on the gold standard bear I gjwnd her vast population and g Propensities an enormous1 r itsllhusgreatertan Would otoherwlse be the C dh appreciation would also isfylndebtedindebtedness together with I payments for interest and charges must be paid ID grid or In commodities measured It Cld it would appear to be 11 mistaken policy on the amiything nppreciatlonway preventt its appreciation Is not to use It In conclusion it appears to me that the animus of time propagatIonI jour financial reports A recent state ment of the United States comptroller of the currency shows that the total1I clrcuInion510281 an increase for the month ofI 4189331 and an increase for the year cl 1490910 Time circulation buses1I OIl United States bonds amounted tto 21D045I53 an Increase for the month of 4989303 and aa increase for the year of 0119770 The circulation se 1t nggregatei2U5U0S23 tr 800002 and an increase for the yea of 3380140 The amount of Unites1I States registered bonds on deposit to secure circulation was 215018470 andI to secure public deposits 70875100 Ofr these amounts 58544220 is iu the new three per cent loan of 1898 The re markable fact ubout this statement siems to be that the volume of bank currency in the United States based on debt umerelyin thus case the war debt I n111lyIs known as lawful moneythat is greenbacks std gold and silver dollarsi notwithstanding the large Import- cf i gold into the United States It 1 i difficult to understand how this eats be described as progress in the direction If sound money The only progressi an unprejudiced thinker is able to Its cover is towin the benefit of your na tlonal banks Donajd Graham in Mis sissippi Valley Democrat WHAT IS SOUND MONEY Sane of the AutliorltliH Would lv Tluii Title to a Ciirroncy llimvil on iolil Those who twaddle and prate about Miund mon ey and turn their lea rue1 and delicate noses up at free silve mean gold of course They have not the hottest courage to say gold and hence make use of other phrases Their idea Iis that gold is the only lijuest money being stable and coo still t timid unvarying in its value ml 1 cane the only proper standard and too because it dues not become too abundant These men will not admit that gold has appreciated since 1S72 when the Wilt was begun against sil ver They say commodities Inane de preciated as though that changed the fact as to the increase in the purchas ing power of gold and therefore golds enhanced value- Situcrbccks tables which arc standard and reliable show that gold lies appreciated over 75 per cent since 1S73 and IJradstreets table shows an rdvanee of nearly 25 per cent since 1891 In fact all authorities admit great fluctuations in gold probably u ore changeable than silver prior to U73 In Chambers Kncyclopedla Volume Z Page 149 we read If gold is the stMidard of value it may bc thought tiial its own value cannot change just as a foot measure always remains of the same length that a sovereign of full weight must always rennin of the same value Hut it is one thing to np point by law that a certain amount of- gold shall be coined into a certain imnber of sovereigns and quite another to suppose that these sovereigns shall always exchange for the saute amount of wealth If on time whole a sovereign purchases more than It did fjom whatever cause that constitutes an appreciation of gold An apprecia line of gold Iis thus the saute iningu a general fall in prices The Encyclopedia IJrltannlca Vol mime 1C Page 730 The proposal of the Paris conference in 1807 for a single gold standard and a universal coinage on that basis was strongly opposed by alowsky am Courcelli the former predicting that a dangerous apprecia tinn of gold would follow This view seems borne out by the result The truth Is the gold advocates hue anther argument nor logic to sustain them in their position If we are to have one metal as n standard it should be silver With a gold standard we have not n gold currency and cannot h ive not even with an Increase in pro duction for it will not be sufficient and tinkersschemersThe currency runt to give us hank paper promises for s currency Illinois State Register Where the Gull Goes learn1ntilbetter than to give their daughters and their millions to impecunious British dudes of eccentric manners who preI tnd to be of noble birth and heirs to titles it will require a Jlarge balance oMrade In favor of the United States etch year to offset their folly and pre from being drained of vent the country Us coshSIIver KnightWatchman AllcllltCoCoffee was not known to the Greek or Komans IAKERICANS IN JAMAICA They Are Succeeding While the Urll Uli Planter Are Having Hard Tines Although this fertile island has be longed to Great Britain about 250 years santi has been tolerably well governed during all that time its English nits tens are becoming more and more tits couraged concerning the business out look They talk glibly enough of the splendid natural resources of their island but in this same breath will tell you that there ant no longer any III ducements to emigration or openings for younger suns anti declare that ruin stares theta In the full unless imuu diato reciprocity places Jamaica on an equal footing with the neighboring is lauds Most of the queens subjects in Ja maica still persist in raising sugar toI the exclusion of everything else al though nowadays there is little profit in it The sugar plantations are bar onial in extent and time wits when their cultivation was so rosy and profitable that the owners thereof could remain abroad leaving overseers in charger Hut year alter year during the last decade time overseers hove reported mailer and smaller profits always ho- pling forbetter returns next time andi oath succeeding year has regularly proved n little worse than the lust Ab sent proprietors anti hired supervision bounties hostile tariffs and above all the production of bent sugar have con spired to bring about this natural re stilt and now that Cuba nod Porto posslblllticsthands Jamaicas mkiminnged estates may move along to the bowwows more plllllti ers are appealing to government help anti talking of grantvinnid and countervailing thistles hilt the truths that the government feels the pinch as muih us tummy private individual While the EnglIshmen are moodily forecasting runt anti blaming the Louie government America tumid Colo trial Secretary Chamberlain for what Is clearly their own fault and the hap pygoluiky blacks like other natives of the tropics are idly contented with what nature provide a few Ameri cans are quietly laying the foundations for solid fortunes here Some of them have invested a good deal of capitalin b0ugbtra number of abandoned or rundown plantations for a tithe of their original value besides inaugurating new Indus trios and ItJlrtlllgllfrshslIrlll lug grog old ones with their accustomed vim A few years ago an American syndicate purchased till government railway 00 stiles long which runs from Tort loyal to nowhere in particular and the new owners immediately in vested Sln0t in extensions which when completed will open up the rich est lands of Jamaica as well as some of the mot entrnmim tropical cCIINJI- II the whole wide world One American of my acquaintance de voted himself to the raising of oranges alxiut five years ago mind last season hi jped 23000 boxes of them front Ja maica to New York timid cleared a dol Inc a box on the lot Though orangis grow wild on this iisland and have never before been cultivated for commerce there are few localities which produce titter ones and none where the climate Is better adapted to their raising An other of my countrymen Is malting a fortune in plantains another iu sweet potatoes and another in bamboo The last named of spontaneous growth flourishes wonderfully in Jamaica and there Is almost no limit to the uses to which it may be put from building of houses to the making of carts and furniture After many experiments and almost as many failures our Yankee friend discovered that bamboo fiber hud certain elastic and incom pressible properties which mule it without a rival for some purposes So he built a big factory away up on the lllack river In the interior of the Is land and settled down Into the converting of bamboo fiber into what U known as packing for the wheel of railway carriages It Iis mid to bo the very best article now used for that purpose holding oil like a sponge never hardening and never wearing out and the demand for it IB great both in 1 Europe mind America The Yankees show more originality than the sons of Britain in their ways of moneygetting and are always on the lookout for new avenues of enter prise The few who went Into sugar raising mull its side issues runt and molasses do not retire from the field in disgust or sit down and growl as the Englishmen do when the mnrket is glutted and sugar depressed but make shift with other crops till times im prove They get along n good deal bet ter too with the negroes who are the only laborers to be hud here While the Kngltehmen are forever In trouble with the blacks believing them to be Incorrigibly lazy the American rail road builders and planters who employ hundreds of negro laborers declare that they work well enough if fair wages are promptly paid Under ngllshI management a man receives a shilling a day and a female house servant three shillings a week and both find them selves But this scanty hire is pur posely kept in arrears MO that If the laborer conies late or irregularly it can be out dona to whatevejtlte employers choose to give Uidor such conditions men and women of any color could hardly be expensed to be very keen for working particularly when living from the black mans standpoInt cost next to nothing Philadelphia Kecord FURS IN RUSSIA The ScitUklu Su Much ITImrd In Thl Country la AlmoM tac- lv There It seems n contradiction to speak of a cold fur but that is what the ins sitttis style some of the wraps that we in the United States ignorantly con sider worm enough for time coldest cli tunic One of the first things an American woman has to do when she reaches Itussia is to reconstruct her ideas pn the subject of furs Her beloved seal skin goes fur down on the list It Iis rote of time cold furs that no llusslun lady would cure to wear as a lining und it is ns linings that all lure are worn because it is too tender Tho only thing it is good for Is u short jack et to be worn between the seasnnsan then It must be used entirely for walking A wotiuin who sets out on tout finI that garb must surely return on foot for if she took a carriage or sledge sit would be running a serious risk u catching cold The pretty squirrel skin Is reckoned1 among the cold cheap furs and iU given up to time unfashionable world r while the minx also a cold furI though expensive enough is used by nun only just as is the pretty skin obtained by piecing sable paws to get her The proper furs for the ell state are the downy fur that be ginning at the brown goat go all tit I way up to that climax of beauty min luxury the black fox or thin silver fox soft anti delicate as feathers and warm as n July day The hunt is n fur that was used by royalty III the olden time anti was the unit of currency It Is costly when dark and has a tough lightweight skin which Iis an essential In mull furs that are to be used for large cloak Sables rich and dart arc worn like the lain by anyone who can nlTord theta court dames cavaliers archbishops and rater chants with their wives nail daughters Cloth or velvet is the proper covering for till furs and time colors worn fur driv ing urn often light and guy Clothed in these furs turn Kusslan sel dom takes cold hew Jlusslana wear till 11 lie Is The houses are kept delight fully warm and at places of entertain ment no extra clothing could be borne Vo Itussian enters a room theater or public hull at any season of the year without removing his cloak and over l11111 no welltrained servant would allow an ignorant foreigner to trifle with his health by so doing Time foreign churches are provided with cloakroom and attendants In the Jtussian churches this would not 1m practicable as so many are coming and going but even here some of the richer people keep a servant to mold1 their cloaks just inside the entrance Cin cinnati Knquircr BILLYS ORTHOGRAPHY it Tils n lltllr Anlrny lint It Wnn the Il Mt lie Could Do The teacher in a low room of one of the primary departments of a North side public school ivnw instructing her small charges in the spelling of slinpl words They hind gotten beyond time cut and dog and rat period and were progressing toward the perplexing or syllablesNowdogmatically tote you were out on the street and saw your mammas or your papas coming along the sidewalk to meet you you would say they wcro coming toward you Now toward U t veryhardout loud 10 w a r d Pants right now you have it exactly Now try ones more and tuna youll all wTHe a sea tence with the word in H so that I can girlknowsway to spell it The childish voices rang out assur Ingly with t 0 w u r d und thcu slates were noisily drawn out from un der the desks and little foreheads be gall to pucker into frowns of thought Sums a quick hand shot up into the uir Well Ullly answered the teacher are you through so soon Let us all hear what you have written Head it nice und loud now and a proud voice promptly obliged her This is the message that the slate curried to the listening audience The bad little boy toward his jack rtCblcngo Chronicle An Easy Ilcoverer Weary WillieSir Isaac Newton was lying under an apple tree snoozing wen an apple fell on his head mind ho discovered de great law uv gravitation Snipsey Butts Yes I tJnk Sir Isaac must have been a very wise man from dt way he had of discovering tIngs Puck The Difference When a man becomes famous everybody wishes to know about his wife bet when a woman assumes prominence nobody cares anything about Ian 1111 Um4 KamsM City Star WHERE THE PIPESTOKE IS t The Qaarrr Mentioned IM Illimiitka Uocktt at tfco Three MaMeMn Honored hy Longrcllavtr Less than a ntlk from the bustling little city of Plpestone Minn are three freaks of nature that will well repay a visit from the lovers of the curious anti the beautiful The first is u water full or cataract which when the stream that feeds It IU swollen by lbe melting MIOWS and spring rains U a miniature Niagara und in point of beauty rivals ninny of time fumed waterfalls of the east The second is the fa moos ted Plpestone quarry the scene of the opening of Longfellows beauti ful poem lliuwathu and the third is u group of immense rocks nlso spoken of in Hiawatha as the Three MaidensI that have stood for ages as a land murk to guide the Indians to time only spot in the known world where the sacred plpestoue could be found The waterfall quarry mid Three Maidens are all vacated on the Imllw reservation which is one mile square Lilneatontldto the Dakotnhsot whn tis better known by its French name us the Stoux nation but is claimed by the Vankton Sioux effortfby u Plpestone to purchase it its they lid i 1not want so large u tract of land so near this city 1 lying idle but the In dlnns would not part with It for love or money The next best thing to do was to see if something could not be done 1whit it even if it remained iu mho In dians possession An application wits made to congress an appropriation of 10000 was obtained and n bTibbtiintlal Coritordproved no successful that u second building tho size of the lust is being built to accom modate the ever Increasing number of pupils The poem of Hiawatha begins On the mountain of till prairie On the Kivut Iced Ilpt atone imrrlii and anyone unacquainted with the neighborhood would naturally suppose that it watt hilly to say the least On the contrary tote country is quite level there not being even what in eastern parltince would be called a small hill in the neighborhood The quarry Ilea in about the center of the bed of what i apparently a prehistoric lake and Alien first discovered till stouecrtppcd out at the surface but the continual quarrying for ages has extended the qiiirry about CO rods toward the south and ns the dip of the vebtis toward the south it is now necessary to re move from six to eight feet of shale timid dirt before the pure stone Iis reachedNo but the Indians are allowed to quarry It and every summer they cOllie in squads from distant reserva tions to get supplies of the stone with which to make pipes kniekknacks and ornamentu that they carve out of It both for their own use and for stile and trade to the white mite They alto frequently sell the stone in the rough to the white men who with a turning lathe run work it up much butter than Ithey can The stone is known to the scientific world as cat 1111 IIl being so called in honor of Cntlln the celebrated his torian of the Indians who was the first white man to set eyes on the quarry while gathering material for hit JIlt tory of the Indians of the Northwest III 180 Two years litter the N collet exploring expedition one of the chief members being John C Fremont camped near the quiirry u record of time date of their visit having been carved In the rocks near the waterfall that is still plainly decipherable The legend of the miming of the Three MaidensI to the effect that they were HO culled beeiiiiM1 three Indian maidens saved their lives by hiding under them years ago during one of their numerous wars is told every vU itor to the rocks and legends without end mire related In connection with bout the quarry and the waterfall but they arc gradually like the Indians dying out Had the white men hud their way the Sacred Plpestone quarry would by tills tleie have been nearly a thing of the pant but through the Indians stilt retaining possession it is still so little changed front what it was when Long fellow wrote his poem that it does not take much of a stretch of imagination especially toward dusk of u summer evening to conjure up u troop of dusky warriors In single file headed for tho Mecca of nil the northern Indians or when the shriek of an engine on the railroad that passes within n short distance of time quarry strikes suddenly on the ear to imagine it is the whoop of Uiteliei Manlto as he breaks off u piece of the sacred stone to fashion it Into u pence pipe Chicago Chronicle Dieting nn Elephant An elephants sick diet is recorded as the result of an illness at time Zoological gardens of FrankfortontheMnln A female elephant there suddenly refused food groaned continually wept It is said and became weaker and weaker She was given draughts ot brandy pints and reduced to a diet of buckets of gruel three times a day each bucket containing 40 quarts 8lie oon recovered but the dieting stlllcoa tlnued and the last bulletin describes her prpstnt diet as 30 buns a lltttdredi weight of hay daily and suitable drlalu London News lc ti l t h y i t j- i l e 56p j- r n c rti- a a f M 1 4 4 pi j rj rL 3T T I 1 1 t t I 7- j I rM i a I I I rfi 4KJI r 5 f m Ad ft u 1 lT Iirr t Gr Jri j t t JJrt 1 h- x c r i ti y i t I t j c Tr 111 PIaIOI t fill a JoUle erCeaia off tlua with you Water and let it stand 24 hours a eedi aeat or settling Indicates an unhealthy 0 condition of the kldneye If It stains linen it la evidence of kidney trou Gmri too frequent desire to pass it or pain in the back fa also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order WHAT TO DO There is comfort in the knowledge BO often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism pain in the back kldnoys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passagea It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times dur log the night The mUd and the extra orlnar effect of Swamp Root Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most dlstressln cases If you need a medicine you should have the best At druggists fifty cents or one dollar You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells more about it both tent absolutely free by mail if you send your address to Dr Kilmer k Co Bingham ton N Y When writing bo sure and mention that you read this generous offer in the HAZKL GREEN HERALD COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0t67To insure insertion ALL correspondence must bo in this office by Monday night of each week and 1 that nearby on Monday morning 0 SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS Mrs Marge Oney is on the sick list Sam Goodwin was through here last week Belling brooms Arburr Swango spent lust week on his farm nt Tnlirer Miss Shrlldu Wood of Lacy creek visited Miss Cnlllc Oney Sunday Lark Lowe wns clmtting with some of our good neighbors yesterday 1arls Rose or Leo City wns seen passbig through this neck o the woolly Saturday Our worthy editor Spencer Cooper was trying the virtue of the henlthghhIIIfwnter of our Famous Swnngo Springs Sunday April 3 UNO TOLIVER TOPICS Miss Nettie Clarke is quite ill this week Jcft Couch of Kzel was vMtingI in Toll vcr last week Aaron Mannin ol Omcr was visiting in Tollver Sunday John Tom Monrc and wife are suffering much with measles Autny Lowe anti Porter Clark have just returned from White Oak MUscs Sadie Day and Maid Ulnckwcll were visiting In Tollver lust Friday Jack Linidnim bought n store house of Wm Tollver and is putting goods in this week Joldlc the little daughter of Mack Old fields felt Irom the fence the other daytold throw her arm out of place Ye scribe is in receipt of n letter from Frank Mannin stating that battery 0 Oth artillery will leave for Manila April 1I Rev Hanford M Tannin left Monday morning for Missouri accompanied by Marlon Tollver riseswill spend a few weeks In Illinois with friend on the way Yo scribe attended the regular stated meeting of tho Mlzpnh Lndgn last Saturday nlllht mid tact several of his old friends of lintel Green nod took supper with Henry F ricratt n S W C Henry is a jolly good fellow April 3 SlllNKU WASHINGTON LETTER WASHINGTON March 31 1889 Tho return of tho president to Wash ington is invariably followed by scores of rumors as to his intentions in regard to important public iilfiiirs The present occasion wow no exception and na the almost continuous fighting in tho Phil ipptnca way conspicuously before thn public n number of these rumors related to Philippine nITrira First it iris stated that tho president was growing impatient stud intended to exorciso his authority as comnander ln chief to take charge of Gen Otis campaign and see if lie could not push things to a climax As ridicu busty as this rumor was it was seriously discussed by men who ought to have known better As n mutter of fact the president is entirely satisfied that Gen Otis who is whipping tho Filipinos ev cry time ho fights them and fighting thou just as fast as he can got at them Is doing nil that any man could do null oven if ho wasntj ho woulnt attempt to interfere bv sending orders from Wash ington Then it was stated that a pnc lamation calling for 36000 twoyear volunteers authorized by tho last congress was to bo at once issued and the troops hurried over to reinforce Gen Otis There was not tho slightest fcundation for that either There is reason to bo Novo that this rumor was Instigated by those who are anxious for tho volunteer pntronaglitwith The officers commissions If Got Otisdoes not wipe out Aguinal dos army In the noxt two weeks ho is not likely to do so before fall us tho rainy season cnmpnlgllll1gTho partment this week abolishing the mill tary postal service in Cuba and announc ing tho substitution of an independent Cuban service is a long step toward the establishment of civil government in the island It is understood that similar PC tion Is to be taken in regard to Porto 81gunrnutecct poetldefdencytbat may be Incurred itreterrea the right of auperyision o pMtal expenditures The two Cubans who arrived in Wnsb ington this week for the purpose of representing the Cuban assembly are to frank they are almost dlgusting They are after more money than the 3000000 this government agreed with Gomez to advance to Cuban soldiers as soon at they disband They make no bones of bluntly saying that unless each Cu ban soldier U given enough money to start life anew the most of them will be come brigands There has been the slightest chance that these men would- receive any official receive any official recognition their foottalk would have destroyed it Gen Wood has already taught the Cubans of his district that the practice of brigandago carries more danger than it did under than it did un der Spanish rule and that American officers can not bo bought for a share of the plunder DRKKThe Leading Specialists of AMerica 20 YEARS IN OHIOI 250000 CURED WECURE EMISSIONSN- othing can bo moro ilcmornliilng to young or middleneed S cute of those nightly lossesThey ofdisgust andawholotroainofsymptoms They unfit a man for business married Ufo and social happloess No matter whether caused by 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LOSSES ULADUKR AD KID FJ NKY dlfeiwen CONSULTATIONY PURE HOOKS 1llBE CHAllGES MODERATE If itimbln to call write for ft MKKTIOV BLANK for HOME TREATMENT oresK- ENNEDYS KERGAN 122 W FOURTH ST i CINCINNATI 0- GREENBACKS a or Government Money At close of our Civil War in 1865 there appeared in the London Times the following 101icy American Republic during the late Civil War in that country should be come indurated down to a fixture then that government will furnish its money without cost It will have all the money that is necessary to carry on its trade and commerce It will precedentinthe world The brain and wealth of all countries will go to North America THAT GOVERNMENT MUST BE DESTROYED OR IT WILL DE STROY EVERY MONARCHY ON THIS GLOBE The famous Hazzard circular to capitalists in New York and the Buell Bank circular to United States Bank ers both emanating from London and the fabulous corruption fund raised in England and Germany estimated at 1500000 were the agents that se cured the closing of our mints against silverThe cc walk into my parlor policy of England during and since the Spanish War is the latest evidence of English Diplomacy in shaping the destiny of the United States Govern mentNotwithstanding the famine price of wheat the Spanish War and fabulous expenditures of money by our government during the past year gold has increased in value eleven percent and all other values decreased in the proportionFor understanding of the money question or silver issue the Cincinnati Enquirer has uniformlyI 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 pleas ure and profit Jl Broom lor the Blood I f is as necessary as a broom for the house For in the blood accumulate the germs of disease which if not swept away become manifest in boils blotches sores ulcers eruptions eczema tetter and like diseases that flay the flesh and scar the skin AyersSarsaparilla1 t t s a in in a of of of all 1i in a to a a a is n l f ffJ yearsq r1 cc I can that Ayers saved my life after for years for blood Not one bit of help in tny way shape or manner did I receive before by advice of a friend I took Aycrs Sarsaparilla It made me a new man and completely cured me HARRY L 21 Hanover Street N H cc Last year I was badly troubled with boils which I could not get rid ofuntil I procured Sarsaparilla Two bottles relieved me of my tormentors and they have never made their appearance since B B Danburgh Ga cc Five years ago my little boy became blind from the effects of scrofula Our doctor failed to help him We began the use of Sarsaparilla and two bottles cured him C C GOPETT Canes Ky cc After six years suffering from blood I began taking Sarsaparilla and I have used only three bottles of this great the sores have nearly all disappeared A A MANNING Houston Tex I was afflicted with catarrh for a number of years none of the doctors to help me When almost hopeless of cure n friendadvised me to try Ayers and after using only three bottles the cure was effected and today I am healthy JOSEPH MURPHY 173 Street Newark N J Your sells six bottles for ROSE VIS TIE BIooksmitns AND WagonIIlokerS 9 Have no time to write an ad this week but desire to announce that they are still at the old stand and ready and willing at all times to do any work in their line for cash or prompt paying Those indebt ed to the firm will please be considerate enough to call and settle at once as we to run our business and must have what is due us ts payour own debts Old papers JOc a hundred GIVES S1flETn makes clean sweep of all diseases that begin the blood What other medicines drive Ayers Sar saparilla drives out Where other medicines make surface show health by cleansing the skin Ayers Sarsaparilla the foundation health by cleansing the blood It is conceded that diseases the larger portion have their origin impure blood Cleanse the blood and you cleanse the skin Foul bloodcannot make fair body The shortest way sound body clear complexion and vigorous life to purify the blood with Ayers Sarsaparilla It has beefffl tliufi ill1f ple right alllDfiAg tJwes SO trulysay Sarsaparilla doctoring poisoning UROWN Manchester Ayers BRADLEY Ayers poisoning flyers although medicine icingable Sarsaparilla perfectly Mulberry cfrufffet AVERS t100J knltfe 5OOD DA customers need money lays Arm VlnOR 11TholitllRndW- ilerntmnunearo robshotslltttelrnetouaet1jwithruetiInatitthem l thatIEketrtcttrtotheI sewn eurrnnt put Ilfe and force Into uhaturrr Iti tnochoe rtin cnnstlut steady the ntfndNI by nn I neverfallsi TrJUlIhl11tul I lttkljoforSao aguetestimonials1cuveloperaoF I fifthr Hair StoreI I We ifairSwitches igsiCurls and Pups Pompadour and Empire Combs nil orsetsandStnmllctl1lnlnsI 3tentscluncii Jthe hair to mallwillprompt TChIIMlpptI Ky Hrure another week hns expired Gen Aiuinuldo will be kickin unlpitt S Y ItIN G x811 TREES PlANTSVINES Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Small Fruits Everything for Orohard Lawn and Garden tfflFVo employ no agents but Foll at rcnsonnblo prices Strawberry and Tree Catalogues on application to HILLENlIEYERI LEXINGTON KY Phone 278 I lostI No UlllR I I II Ion till snnljI +L MRS S B KASII IFashionable Milliner 1 I II r HAZEL GREEN KY JI i I I I II I I i iiI 1SILAS B KASH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Office nt residence nnd calls answered l nil hours Obstetrics n specialty- Every Cuban seems to have his high eeJ but in most cases the price is too j I t t t S a 2Vft s x rtM