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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 if i Q 4 + at 0 w ttr THE HAZEL GREEN IIIAthJ=A Established March 4 1885 Mado Famous iu tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell Zr t- Th AYE41trFOURTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 27 1809 NUMBER 49 GARTER DRY GOODSI IMPOHTE113 AND DKALKRS IN I II C iQ AND NOTEONS LOUISVILLE KY Reference J Taylor Day Hael Green I CREEN 8 SOi S WHOLESALE BootscSllOCSj j jt 525 W MAIN STflE- ETLoUxvxLLE SCsr 4 I MENDEL GOSLING 5 CO JOBBERS ix HATS GAPS STRftW GOODS Gloves Umbrellas 627 and 620 W Main St- LOUISVILLE KY J1 p sunttlewonn OB- MAXUFACTUKKUS AND J0rnrll3 Ol MENJ30YSnLOTHINnI 607 West Main StreetLOUISVILLE KY J iiWII co TII DW C Jeans Kersey Cussimere Corduroy Pants uml SuitsIDUCK COATS Are acknowledged to he Superior to tiny produced Sues guaranteed mnrkcdI WSOLD BY J TAYLOR DAY HAZEL GREEN KY Je M ROBINSON NORTON CO LOUISVILLE KY h- HIIPHES011 1 RELIABLE TONIGI 013SUREI j 50c 100 Bottles Drnagiets Hava It IMPROVED TACTF PLEASANT ltiRobinsonPetlBtt I KV BODE HArJyAIE COMPA- NYVIIOLESALE litD I YJJREQ- IXa cumT t CINCINNATI 0 I Reference 1 Taylor Pay IHazelI Green Bir c 1657 IC3 St mlI I JJt U1jL c i2TT- he loading honao fr F VVCV DTIY GOODS FURNISHING GOODS und NOTIONS Always have BIG Drives tSTSocial attention to Mall Orders t S S tZ Manufacturers nnd Jobbers of Iiit t BOOTS SHOES 5 RUBBERS No8 W PEARL STREET CINCINNATI t nut htJ i f t WINCHKSTKK KY N H WITIIERSPOON President It D HUNT13K Cashi- erraid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Bank solicits the accounts of mer Chant mariners traders nud busineSs TflC- lit ederally throughout Eastern Kentucky its customers every facilit and ttot 1110 ItImatebankiigoctlS1y mostIlberal terms within the limits of tlrtJT XOUR NOTKIIKA LetterhelcJlI SKnvelopp cutllo ueli J 1 prlutcd nt I1KUAIU olllcc GENERAL NEWS onehundrcllPhilippine Islands WVadetected other man and opened It lie was fined 25 and costt- Conductor N J Grojrhan ol Toledo O was found dead on the Lake Shore railroad tracks near that city It is supposed that he was murdered The Secretary of State has directed the return to their posts in Spain of the United States consuls who were obliged to leave on account of the war l1roclamaHonthe ioutu side of Lake Tahoe Cal as a forestry reserve and public park- A janitor cleaning out a lodge hall Iin Coal 11m Ala threw on empty beer keg out of the window which struck ft man on the sidewalk killing him instantly fleer tabloids are about to be put on the market in Germany A small tablet drop ped into a glnsH of water will turn into beer us freshus ifjust drawn from a keg The cost of maintaining convicts at the eachInI ers average LJ cents each per day In Philadelphia lust week 251 eases of ty phoid fever and thirtyeight deaths were re ported During tho preceding wCtk 251 eases and fortyeight death were reported The case of Mrs Lena Fell of Kvansville Indiana charged with murdering her step daughter lOt iihclhnuscn by pouring hot cotlee in her eyes has been dismissed Charles Fair was bound over in the sum of SOO last 1rldav for the betrayal of Miss Geoigia Stulibs ishe Iis 13 years old and has a baby All the parties live in Greenfield Indiana Speaker Thomas B Reed has encaged passage for England on the steamship Paris His again rumored that Mr Heed will re tire from congress and take up the practice of law in New York Hear Admiral Sehley who has been on waiting orders since relieved of the com mand of time Hying squadron hits been as signed to duty as a member of the naval ex amining boar llu Washington The steamer Laurada which became fa mous as a Cuban filibuster has been order ed seized and confiscated should site ever enter Canadian ports Her offense is dump ing stowaways and paupers iu British Col umbia Emma Nevada the first American to ap pear on the Spanish stage since the war was hiisctlat Sevillei Time Queen Hegent lifter ward invited the singer to tho palace and presented her with a diamond and oapphire bracelet The Queen Hegent has issued a royal de cree appointing time Duke lit Arcos Spanish minister to time United States The decree also creates consulates at Havana Munilo Jliilo1 Sun limn Porto Hico and Cienfu egos Cuba- Salomon ITatemn while intoxicated last fllrtmyIIIII killed his will chum and lirntluT lit his home five miles west of limb 1 T1 Ilattma is a full blood Choc taw and was for a long time the judge of Ixinmcto county Through tin French embassy time state de partment has notified the Spanish govern went that it stands prepared to pay at an time time suowiooo named in the treaty of be itlon account ofpeace liS till sum to time cession of time Philippines An enterprising thief visited a beancry in Postou the other day at an hour when hiifrinixs was slack anti finding time cashier nodding at his post walked ofT with the cnsh register The drawer contained but but the outfit was worth 100 The ISritisli stonmcr Indraim which nr rivuil in New York from Japan and China PMtSt brought o silk combination United States and British flag of large proportions to be presented to President McMnUy from the merchants association of Amoy Irpvstone the country residence of Sam ueUTildenJ in which he took so touch pride will be soul at auction next month The sale is the outcome of a suit in parll- tiont brought III behalf of the Tilden heirs HIII evTal parcels of New York city prop rty will be put under the hammer at the same time The government through its special nt torney at Los Angeles hits brought suit in the United States circuit court to recover cjurdiasc price of about 30000 acres of lanl sold lby the Southern Pacific company 10 settlers and according to a recent rfcclv kin belonging to time public domain and not to the railroad company at time time of the sale Time Honolulu authorities are considering the advisability of locating a cemetery in- he crater of time Punchbowl an extinct vol The only objection titus far offered to cano time site is that If not used for cemetery it day available for nn amusement tummy one section if an resort and resident especially adcouate water supply could be conveyed to so great a height Secretary Long announces that the delicate AU1 important duties devolving upon in connection withi h time restoration Admiral nwev of peace and time reorgammizatioli of ill tilt PimliilhlltleS mrec1mmtles a goverilmfletit comnimamCC with the request of time hmmsiiess enillassociatiou of Wlshia ton looklllg to In the proposed peace ju imilec spa ill that city next inontim- It is bchievetl by a large number of Mh- mcotiri of time hmoot- ytnkeii people thst n great Vnrt nail hili liunnus raiders I by Qummtrdhi Iin O lies f 0 Lawrence KansSiI 18r3 buried in u tlim1lletBates couu dug greatti havecarcimitig lit time IhilllClflcrclilbtreasure of treaurem- eekers Anotherlag attythillig to lhO to take upI has miOW gone to havemembers claiming round Ibo search documentarY Its 1dnc= wh1ch wlll4 mist them PublIshed by Itequcs- LCHURCHGOER TO THE CLERGY The Best Article That Evor Was Writ ton Tor Any Nowapaper In The World As ono who has boon reared under tho instructions of Christian pulpits and morellyexereiso of hit own judgment tins como to doubt time dogma of the Cliristinu faith I should like with tho consent of Mr Moore to address you through au epistle through tint Blue Grass Blade snyisnot do you time slightest injustice and least of nil in uuy way hinder you from doing as much good iu tho world as pos sible My aim iill rather to do you ia kindlier amid aid you iu nsccrtaining and proclaiming the truth hut in rca dering you this favor it will bo ncccs essary to speak plainly and candidly Iu order to convince you of my fair ness I am willing at tho outset to ad mit that tunny of the clergy perhaps the majority of them both Protestant and gentlemen to or even above time average of titan kind I am ready to concede that they may bo actuated by good motives in their professional duties and to acknowl edge that they may do or may have done much good in the world I have no ill feeling toward you and no other pur pose in view titan to inform you of summit reasons which an ordinary man of but little learning who hits been under Chris tian influences all his life has for dis believing in the teachings of the Chris tUtU religiou as proclaimed from your pulpits I am writing this from a conviction of duty and my desire is that it may do some little good in explaining tho views which tho common people to whom you preach now hold in regard to the ortho dox doctrines of tho church It is possible that you are not so well iuformed in this respect as you might band in my judgment it is quite proba Lie if you know tho real sentiments of your hearers that you would modify your discourses so as to meet the needs of tho people and thereby do greater good in the worM It is a duty we owe each other as fellow mortals groping as all must admit to a great extent in tho darkness and un certainty as to the trno issues of lifo on thus planet that we be candid with each other in stating our beliefs and disbeliefs with our reasons for them and no one is a true friend to humanity whatever may be his pretentious who withholds from it what seems to him a truth or fails to expose what seems to him an error If you are right and the Christian pys tern in its essence is true one might just as well try to reason time sun out of heaven or stop it as Joshua iis said to have done as by reasoning to attempt to destroy one jot or tittlo of that rev alation given by the creator of tho worldsIf are correct you should welcome every attack on your poMtion as some timing that only makes it stronger by exposing to ridicule and contempt tho ag gressors If tho Christian system was founded by the maker of tho heavens and time earth you havo nothing to fear what any freethinker however radical he may be tummy say against it Tho writer however is not a radical freethinker Ho often attends church Ho rends religious papers Ho studies time bible Ho has many Christian friends HOIUO of thorn among time clergy He would not destroy tho church but lie would gladly see it freed from superstition He thinks simply as thousands of others arc thinking who are numbered among your congregations and considers it his duty to tell you HO that you Standing on tho rock of eternal truth as you claim may be able to convince them of tho error of their way or fail ing in this modify their efforts PO as to be time leaders of the people in intellectual research and practical moral lessons instead of proclaiming as you have been doing for nearly two thousand years that all virtue lies in believing that the bible is tho word of God and that we are to be sayed from tho hell of tho Now Testament by faith in time atonement made by the shedding of the blood of Gods son who was none other than God himselfPeople who think find it hard to accept these things as facts hero are hundreds of thousands in your church who listlessly hear this proclamation They may believe in a God or some in visible inscrutable power that controls tho universe but they revolt at the thought that he wrote or inspired men to write tho bible and that he was so cruel and heathenish as to require a sac rifice before ho would or could forgive hia own frail and erring creatures As far as love kindness justice truth purity honesty sincerity unselfishness enerosity and temperance tire enforced from tho pulpit they ore in hearty ape proval But they feel uncomfortable disappointed and ashamed of you and of humanity when you leave themes and begin to talk of Moses and tho Burning bushor tho parting of tho waters of tho Red Sou and the destruction of Pbs robs host of Joshuas commanding the uuu to stand still and ita ready obedience the crumbling walla of Jericho at the bloat of the rams tho- temptation hornIofof the Son of t the wilderness at hands of tho devil of the necessity according to the Divine scheme of time agony of Qotbscmano and the tor tare of the cross of tho raising of Lazarus from tbo grave after ho had boor dead four dnys and decomposition aud- putroCnction had set In of time nece88lty of believing all these unreasonable thing and of trusting for salvation in the blood of Jesus or going to hell to spend nn eternity in utter darkness where there shall bo weeping wailing and gnashing of teeth1 I am willing to admit that you have modified tho climate of hell considerably in the last twentyfive years but you youhavement You have made a beginning to ward the goal to which tho minds of nil thoughtful people are tending just in proportion as people lIfO becoming just i progressing moro conservative You are not advanc ing in my opinion fast enough to con serve your own best interests and om brace your own usefulness There may always be churches and for one I am willing for them to exist but in these churches I want you to tell us onlyI what you know or at least have good reason for believing and I as a representative of a very largo class of churchgoing people ask you to appeal to our reason to increase our knowledge to broaden our views to soften our sea pibilitica to teach us our duty to our folk lowmen to open up to our vision the beauty and harmony of nature to lead us from time darkness of ignorance and superstition into tho light of intelligence and wisdom instead of preaching that it is our duty to believe what seems to us false and unreasonable and that time pen ulty for not doing so is tho direst that God or devil or cruelty and ignorance could devise or Imagine It hardly scorns possible to the body of doubting Thomases that attend church mutiny of them having their names on time church roll that preachers believe in time light of present knowledge what the biblo touches about tho creation of the world and all that is in it with a man made out of clay and a woman out of the mans rib in six days about six thousand years ago that after an eternity of idleness this is tho first work as well as the last that ho ever did that this man anti this woman ate an apple on tho persuasion of a snake anti thus brought death and destruction to tho world that God sent a ilood that covered all the earth after n rain of forty lays mid de stroyed alllliving flesh except Noah and his family and time animals Iin the ark that Got once talked with nina and gave ilium direct orders like a modem boss that Sampsons strength lay in his hair that Jonah stayed three iiights and days in the stomach of a fishimmmtl that Elijah was carried to heaven in n chariot of fire These stories sound to them like leg ends and it takes only a little reading and investigation among other ancient mythologies to find that they mire noth hug more and that all have a common origin in time imagination of men before tho birth of science and tho ago of darn onstralion Wo would not mind for you to treat these as legends and draw from them any morals you may see fit hilt to treat them HH bedrock facts timid to proclaim that God formerly com municated directly with men mill that these legends or lies nro eter al truths dues an injustice to us to you and to tho cause of truth which you profess to servo In this day and ago of time world in tho full dawn of science it is not neces sary to feed tho people on fables They feel by intuition that tho Old Testament is no moro worthy of credence tutu the mythology of time Greeks and Hindus and as you are usually ucntcd mon it cceuis to them that you know tho same and it puts you at a great disadvantage in your sacred office of inculcating jus Lice love mercy truth and enlightenment to pretend that you believe them Through tho agencies of books schools and lectures time i rent mass of people now know this earth to ho a mere speck in time infinitude of space they know that there is not only one sun but many millions of suns some of thorn larger and brighter than tho center of our solar systdm they know that the woild is not only six thousand years old but that it in moro than that many millions of years old they know that Joshua did riot stop the sun for with reference to our world the sun does not move they know that this world is round and whirls on its ax- Is at the rate of 17 milca a minute and speeds on its course around the sun at tbo rate of 17 miles a second they to cognize that this world was not made with reference to man alone nnd nil the other worlds with reference to this world which is merely a drop of water in the boundless ocean of space with its myr- Iads of whirling seething worlds KnowIng these things It Is impowble for thorn to have a childs or savages i BOmctbiugHkobig1 of nothing and do with them atf ho please They believe no moro in tho live ap plo story than in the story of Pandora boXi no more in time flood of Noah thorn of Deucalion no moro in the prowess et Sampson than in that of Hercules or Theeus no more in tho divino origin of Christ through the Holy Ghost and the Apolbthroughthat ono and allof time stories nra myths some of them beautiful and sonic of them horrid but all tho work ot the imagination of ignorance fortified bycredulityI in the name of humanity and for tho sake of your own respect oc hasten by all proper means thodwe when such foolishness will not bo receiv ed as truth by any one You need not make a sudden change or renunciation of faith but you should at once begia to prepare tho people to accept some timing moro reasonable There is enough of tho beautiful grand majestic and mysterious in nattiro to cherish as a ro UldlloblcilI10ruUtyt1uUl irociaumnLnTimequencl1CCiinof superstition It will kindle and glow with n purer nnd brighter light Wo shall learn to prize this world at a high cr rate amid to live for nobler ends titan to attain another at time sacrifice of our reason Wo shall puss our lives in titfulness nnd lay them down nt tho cloa in tho belief that wo shall have eternal rest if there is nothing beyond and that if there be another existence till will to well in the euro of n power guiding All things that is kinder tutu any God that devisedLetyou know of this world its toys and its sorrows its triumphs nnd its trials its successes mill its failures Touch us towonder of Limo stars the harmony of UM phurcs Lime splendor of tho lumens IIpnnttimeits verdant fields and forests its bubbling brooks mid laughing children Impress us with time universality ut law nnd the duty of loving nnd njwistlqg each other no matter what wo believe tench Ub that conduct is moro than orocd that works are bettor titan faith that a real world is better titan an imaginary one and that if we do right toward car fellow men wo are living the nobkx life wo can and havo nothing to fcuria this world or any other Feed us oa facts and not fables kindle our fancy by portraying time beauty and majesty Q nature by dwelling on tho secret spring of human action by analyzing the nt tutu mind showing its nature tumid motli otis of working Do not longer try to delight us with ghost tttoriv with pict tires of devils mid nngcln and saints Point out our weaknesses by confessing your own stimulate us totry to nmko z heaven of timId earth instead of acting youknowIt seems hardly possible to us that you do not havo dcubtH ahmu tloo mattorc just an wo do Wo are nil reasonable creatures amid tho laws of evidence work nliko in nil our minds You may justi fy yourselves by tho conviction that the world is not yet ready for tho chntige that is coiniiifr nnd that in tho preCut state of aflltirH it is beef fur time pooplo tm ft be kept in ignorance of your real thought Hut do not deceive ycuuHelroK Start tho reformation yourselves nnd merit the esteem of future generation Instead of receiving their contempt Leaving out time bible basis for religion thcro is infinite come for enlarge ment iIi your spheres Will you heed time advice of n friend PllOMKTHKBfi Written for Ill E HKKAII TO SWlIK JACK Kind sir it takes up all my time fo write for one alone t Bpciik doftly to your Imly friend With nuihiij in your tune pleaseTheraH compatWithHazel Green Ky SAM WlUfiOK A word to the wise is sufficient saL a word from the wise should bo sum cleat but you nsk who are the Misot Those who know The oftrepeated cr pericnco of trustworthy persons may be taken for knowledge Mr W M Terrj says Chamberlains Cough Remedy give better satisfaction than any other in the market Ho has been in tho drug bum4 nest for twelve years lists sold hundreds of bottles of this remedy nnd nearly sIt other cough medicines manufactured which shows conclusively that Chamber berlainfl is tho most satisfactory to the people and is tho best For sale byJ Taylor Day First come first served BO march up nud pay for TUB HcnAM a year ahead paPfrJTbe i 1809 and all of 1000 1901 1902 is4 1903 nearly five years without any ftir her pay Shall we hear from you with in ono week HtJ 1 i I IJ I i ri fit ji1 i M n O J- I I 1 r j tr t IJ 1 t jI i lt c JI I t S I j f + p w ji 4 y y t 0J J5 l rrtI iir1II LI iiw i J I l r- u a s r i p t k s a I THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Publlibtr HAZEL GREEN i I i l j i KY LETTERS NOT READ ad Incident of the Recent Campala- aAiallat the Spaniard In Iaatlato One day the pack train came up the lope that approaches the military crest commanding the enemy position bringing a load of ammunition to the ring line The fight was at its height and ai the chief packer was about to ride away after having distributed the boxes he asked for one of the olliccn and handed him half a dozen letters the first for him that had reached thu front from home The happy man crawled back into thu trench anti Waved the letters to some fellow ofll cers and jokingly taunted them on their bad luck Then as there was the serious duty of command on hand he placed the welcome letters from home in his pocket without rending them and devoted himself to his duties In less than half an hour he was dend by n shrapnel shell that burst over the trench lie dropped without n sound That night when his fellow ofllccr prepared his hotly for burial by wrap ping it in a blanket they took the pack et of letters from his pocket to send homeThe next day I was with one of the officers when ho was preparing the package of the contents of the dead of fleas pockets to send home and ns he picked up the little bundle of letters still unopened tears came to his eyes as he said Those are from his wife and it was only yesterday morning that our mail chine up and none came foi him and he was all broken up about it and now they have arrived but he did not see them nor receive a single message from home lIe was about to Inclose them In the package when I asked him If he knew whom they were from anti he said they were from his wife and children tliac he knew the writing well suggested that in this case a little deception would not be wrong ns It was rather hard for the amlly to have the let ten go buck unopened and for them always to feel that he had never received any word from them so we broke the seal crumpledrhothere was n faded rose the petals of which were already commencing to drop but the fragrance was still there Little did that fond wife think that this sweet token of love would he the only floral tribute at her loved ones burial A message from his daughter wens wrapped In a small silken bag the flag for which her father hind given his life and inside was a little package a couple of inches square daintily tied with red white nnd blue ribbons con taining a fourleaf clover but it hud cnClupl1I1Ibyper on which there was printed in pen ell in rough childish letters Dere pnpii hurry up and come homo 1m Ion sort And that night when tlr trumpeter sounded taps It hind n double meaning n short sleep for the living and a long sleep for the deed James J Archibald in Leslies Weekly City Without Firm The water and heating system ol noise City Idaho has always attracted the attention of visitors to that city In speaking of his state and city C1 Slnscl a prominent fruit grower and merchant of Boise says We have tht advantage over every city In the unloi when it comes to n water supply We burn no fires we have no hollers and cityNowith either he said for we are supplied with a limitless quantity of natur ally boiling water It is piped Into nil the blocks and houses and conducted tc the radiators The heat thus obtained Is always uniform The water Iis con ducted from an artesian well of boiling water in the mountains onln short distance from the city Another phe Onlyhalfwell is one of ice colt sparkling water the In the useiceter JJs always almost ice coldlJclIcrTimes The fthmuir Knnir Kwuril llOfotentouever have been It is n Chinese weapon Hid it confers inn its recipient the power to decapitate whomsoever ho may select ns the object of his wrath It hind until a week or two since only been given to one Chinaman in the pre ceding century Now it has been bestowed by the empress upon two These are 1rlnce Tsal Chi nnd Prince Tsal Lien whoso claim to the distinc lion is that they were the first Chinese dignitaries to nppcnl to the empress to save tho country from the reform schemes of thu emperor London Chronicle Her lien JleOh yes I eau quit smoking tlgarettc whenever I want to SheWhy dont you consult n phy tichtn and s elf lie cant give you something to make you wont toChicago peily New8t AN UNSTABLE POLICYII HaValUlillltr ofheDepabtlcan Ad tulnl trntlon In Critical Sit uation Shall republicans stand by McKinley asks an expansionist piru organ They probably ought to as a gen eral party proposition but the best republicans as well as the best democrats have preferred to consider the Philippine question from a broader standpoint Par ties are essential in government but they do not necessarily enter into every phase of public affairs There are or gans which are blindlyI insisting on the most extreme course with reference to the new acquisition in the orient merely because they think it Is the policy of the administration nnd they do lIot feel tit liberty to have thoughts of their own resident McKlnlcy may surprise them some day In several important instances in hits public life he has tint been so wedded to a sent l ment or n principle that he tins nut been able to make a radical and sudden switchIt very well understood that the administration occupies n radically dif ferent position from the one it s Mimed when the pence commissioner went to Paris Senator Hoar knows personally that which he has failed to gain ollicial Knowledge of The resolu tion which he offered some time since and which wns adopted by the senate asking fur certain information about the pence negotiations wits couched in the usual terms It recognized the right commonly accorded to the ex ecutive department to decline to com mil n Ira If anything which it might look upon at incompatiblei with the public interest What Hoar evidently desired to bring out was the fuel that the pence commissioners on lahalf of the United States were originally au thorized to demand only n coaling sta tion on tin island of Luzon This and nothing more The executive depart ment has taken doubtful advantage of its prerogative to refuse this informa Lion Its assumption that publication of the matter would be incompatible with the public interest Is farfetched It simply does not want to be exposed In its swift changes The policy of requiring only a coaling station rapidly grew into n treaty which contemplated the permanent ac quiHtion of the whole Philippine arch ipelago and the cold shoulder to the libertyseeking Filipinos Some of the friend of the treaty and even some uf its Cramers have been driven to the claim that the ratification of the treaty leaves the future of the Islands broadly open that it would not be In the slight est n detriment to the Idea of extending to this people of the islands the op port unty to organize n government of their own That may be the purpose now but it was nut at the time the treatyw8s framed The article relating to the control of the Philippines is different from that providing for tthe ease of Cuba Why were they tint mule alike Why were the advocates of the treaty put in the position of making n com plicated and more or less pettifoggingI argument to show that independent government is possible under the third article Why was the mutter not put in plain terms The difference was that congress had promised that tIll war should out be one for the acquisition of Cuba We made no such promise as to the Philip pines reasoned the administration Morally it argued the eases are the saute but technically we are free to grab a slice of the orient mid let us do so to unmake ourselves popular with the people Expansion is the prevalent cry and we will get into the swim Now the administration is not so sure that expansion Iis popular and it iis hedging The serious matter now before tht- POUlll or before any party is nut u standing by McKinlcy but of pur suing time right course Cincinnati 12u quire POINTS AND OPINIONS tIr Uuunns experience and nil vice ought to prove useful to Mr Quay lu the present emergency Stt luuU Kcpublic Vampire of Imperialism maybe n strong way of putting It but Car negie Insists upon letting It stand so Kansas City Times President McKlnley has selected1 n commission to go over mind find out whether the Philippines which he In structed the pence commission to holt1 on tu arc worth holding on to Detroit Free Press He has not said so but it is quit probable that Mr llanna is keeping tali on Mr Quays efforts to keep out of juil Mr llanna may need a few point ors by the time the senatorial investi gation gets under full headway in Ohio Omaha WorldlIlrnhlIThe war department is the damned spot on the McKiulcy ntimin IMratlon thud there Is no indication even yet thnt it is to be invited to out It is to be hulled at any rate that con tress will proIde for a thorough reorganization of the army To increase tt under the present system of organi sation would be but to increase and multiply twisting evils What is needed and uecded surely is a new dClIIlUnaJbamtou Pi Y Leader J THE WORKING Or TRUSTS Monopolies Are Maltlplylas oar Flourishing U der Uepab llcaa Rule The trusts never sleep All day and all night the machinery of the combines grind on and get its grist out of the people N o day passes that plans are not laid to corner some product to slaughter competition to cut down the wages of workingmen and to make the rich rich er through the unpaid wages of the massesAmong the recent additions to the list of combines may be mentioned the granite ware trust with n capital stock of 10000000 seven percent preferred stuck and 20000000 common stock purchasers of preferred stock to have a bonus of 50 per cent of the common stuck The trust is to masquerade us the National Enameling and Stamping company lu order to evade the laws against trusts nnd the charter Is like those of most of the other companies that are trusts In disguise to be ob tained under the laws of New Jersey- A movement has been Inaugurated for n combination or consolidation of Interests of all the makers of straw hoard und paper boxes A lint glass trust is to be built around the American Flint Bottle Manufacur ers association recently incorporated with a capital of 100000 The com panics interested in the construction of the trust represent nearly nine tenths of the entire product of the country When the deal b completed the capital is to be raised to several billions and a 1000000 bond issue Is to be floated I t Is to be noted that all of these rom bines are not in the least intended tc restrict trade Of course not Such an intention put into practice would be a violation of the federal law nail whit federal law Is not enforced ngalns trusts by the United States attorney general yet it would not look well for the combines to admit that they are openly violating that law As nn example of what trusts are doing for the workingmen take the American steel combine This trust it is alleged proposes to reduce expenses at least ten per cent nnd to raise the prices of its products very materially In addition to this the thread trust is going to close some of Its manufac tories and higher prices for products will be demanded of laboring men com blued with lower wages or no wages at all Chicago Dispatch WORDS OF WARNING Nfvrlj Aciiilrt l Territory Must Not llc4M uiv the Prey of Ioll tltluu A report to the war department con twining the result of a careful investi gation by one of the ollleers of the department into affairs in Porto Rico says that if the island Is to become a credit to the United States and not n continual thorn In her side it is as certain as the rising of the sun that the work of re construction oust be done by then of disinterested motives In concluding his report tine ofilecr says that if the last men are not put to this undertak lag but the Island is allowed to be come a political plaything the Porto Itican will become worse olY than he was under Spain What Is true of Porto Rico is equal ily true of any other outlying territory that may come under the control of the government of time Initcd States tem porarily or permanently And there lies one of the strongest objections to the United States entering upon a colonial polity It is not a question whether repub lican or democratic politicians would be the best for it would must likely bv but a tossup between them No mat ter which party tilled the positions Iif pulltieiansfchances of bad results would be so nearly equal that they are not worth tMfcussing Ierhnps President McKinley would l e mimic to withstand the pressure of the politicians of his party and appoint none but litt nun for the positions to be tilled in our colonies If we conclude to add such n feature to our political system Let us hope he would al though that hope cannot nut be dashed with fear in view of some appointments lie has mode since ht came to the presi I dency Hut what about his successors Might nut another republican president have friends to reward for their serv ices In the campaigns for the nomina tion and election And if n democratic wouldethere not be n clamor to Turn the ras cals ontClll1I11111 Plain Dealer While glowing accounts of pros perity mire coming In from nil parts of tile country trade In New England Ila hi anything but n satisfactory condition Many factories are idle and oth ers are running on reduced time According to the Yew 1II land Shoe and Leather nssociintion the shoe nnd leath er trade has Irvnu particularly poor The association protests against the unjust tax on hides which If not re moved will lead to the loss of a large part of the foreign trade On the whole It cant be said that the sun of McKln overIi REDUCTION TO THE TRADE The Fraternal Feelln of a Rouse Painter for ma Artist Put roa There Iii a saying that two of a trade can never agree but there iis reason to believe that there iii more fraternity of Interest than is generally supposed An instance to prove thus theory iis bound in the case of an artist in the suburbs who had the front of his cottage painted last week It wasnt much of a job but it was done nqwell and the painter was told to bring in his bill Three days later the man of the house was told that the painter wanted to see him Tell him to leave the bill and Ill send him a check was the impatient answer lie was informed that the painter wanted to see him in person so there was nothing to do but to show him up Well said the man of the house rather shortlyI you like the ob said the painter with a mysterious smile lie was informed that it appeared to be all right painterjirtuoullII rather throwed mvself on this when I found out who you WltSh So you found out who I was did you Yes When I went to the drug store at the corner for putty the clerk told me you was a painter and one of the best in this country I asked why you didnt paint your house then and he said you had got your handout now and didnt paint anything but pictures So when I found you was in the trade 1 did my prettiest And here is the billIS60nnd it aint no more than right as you know but being its you Ill knock off the 00 cents To the everlasting credit of the celebrated artist be it said that he kept his face straight and accepted the reduction in the spirit in which it was offered Chicago Inter Ocean adOnion Seed O8o Up a Lb Catalogue tells how to grow 1213 bus per acre as easily as 100 bushels Largest frow ers of Earliest Vegetables and Farm Seeds Earliest vegetables always pay Salzers Seeds produce them weeks ahead of others Coffee Kerry llc per Ib Potatoes 120 a Hbl Cut this out and send with 14c for great Catalogue and 10 packages of vegetable and dower seed novelties to JOHN A SAL7Ell SEED COMPANY LA CROSSE WISK A Skillful Mnn Mrs Crimsonbeak A western paper tells us about a tornado that struck a train and the onllIIan in it who wasnt hurt was the baggage man Mr Crimsonbeak Perhaps he succcdcd in checking it Yonkers Statesman Truly Grtntf- irs there anything grander than a man you can trustm Yes n Well what is it 1Vha man that doesnt ask you to trust himietroit Free Press To Cure a Cold la Oar flay Tnk Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets Ali druggists refund money if it fails to cure J5c A girl thinks the wisdom of Solomon insij sayIingsI reliclPikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute timirlshc appreciateshermuch for that =Town Topics I cannot speak too highly of Pisos Cure for Consumption Mrs Frank Mobl 215 W 22d St New York Oct 29 1S9I I care not said the capitalist win makes the laws of the country HO long a- scnI help form thltflUILife Kreeze and fret Why St Jacobs Oil cures Neuralgia Soothes it down foolhicagoIn the morninc well St Jacobs Oilcures i forcnH and stiffness = = cnO c 0 m 0Q ASK i Match On quaint design ported from good steel Salt nunerKntretri SuarSh Stamp silver Kutter lo blades Shears Keen Kutner nickel Nut Tooth ftushsterling amV 100 Paper Cutter 100 200 3oi NM Ni 1In Is 1- tt haysbeenease stud sickness have been ouredby Hoods SarsaparIlla than by any other medicine in the world The J Moods Sarsaparilla to itself and unequaled by any other t II1iu i Wltere He Would Succeed aitioni troubleistberltiscomplaining that he is halldc8111lellby his whereas would insure sue cess he only knew enough to take up time right line of business forIICloPostI Some Solnce To the victors belong the spells and to inelulginginA man madwhen he oversleeps and mad when alarm clock wakes A of Catarrh of Long Standing ExCongressman a- ExCongressman A T Goodwyn front writes time following letter The Pcruni Drug Manufacturing Com pany Columbus Ohio i Gentlemen have now used two ties of Pcruna nriii am well man today could feel the good effects of your medicine before had used week after hulTcring with for over year lit spcctfully A T Goodwyn rapidlybecoinitmgremedy has been discovered by Dr Hart man This1 remedy has been thoroughly tested during the past fusty years Prom inent men bare conic to Inow of its virtues and arc making public utterances on the subject To save the country we must save the people To i aye the people we must pro tNt thrill from disease Tho disease that is at once the most prevalent and of cure i catarrh Public men of nil recognize in Poruni national catarrh rem edy of uneqiulcd merit Send to Dr Hart man Columbus Ohio for book on catarrh n IB everybody you know 10 save their tin tags for vou 1 0The Tin Tags taken from Horseshoe 3 T Cross Bow Good Luckand DrummondENatural Leafwill pay for anyone or all ofelist of desirable and useful thingsandyou have your good chewing tobacco besides fg somethingon Scan FREE I iJ Write and i youiIiI1 present you Any assortment of the different kinds of tags mentioned above 1will be accepted as follows wU1 jm japan I3 Knife ons bhde 25 3 i6 quadruple EngUjhiteel7 i to iatebastquali t 60 GO 8 IIlripeplallbest1ualiIY GO I 9 Iloxsterlin jO 11 10 nt Keen TO KUller8inch 75 12 8inch 13 SCracker 75 Mlilmlthyusel13 ameChylt16 amthy inn17 18 stem euaranteed roT Medicine b peoplewho proportlonendrotes peculiar s i nllliction it him if I is ourtimeAtchison Cured A T Alabama 1 bot a I I it n catarrh a iq a stubborn parties a free Ithis SChiLlsSet 60I flaseltatiAssociationItstqualeloo Greatness CONGRESSMAN TAr 11 19 Alarm Clock nickel warranted 20 Carvers huetihorn handle good steel OOI21 Siic Rogers Teaspoons best nual 2 W buckhorn23 Clock 8day Calendar Thermom eter Ilatcmeter 24 Stove W ilion Heater sue No 30 260Ior No 40 25 Tool Set not playthings but real tools 650 20 Toilet Set decorated porcelain very handsome POO 27 Watch solid silver full jeweled 1000 23 Sewing Mclune fitU clAss all attachments 23 Revolver Colts Ievquality1 10 Rifle Winchester 10shot 2 ithI31 Shot Gun double barrel Icss stub twist 32 Guitar Uahburn roiewond bidwith motherofpeatl 33 Bicycle standard nuke ladies cents inIBOOKS UO choice elections as last years list 40 tags 1899Addresscorrespondence about them to DRUMMOND BRANCH St Louis Mo S l H 1 1 tnfVf 1 Jr 0 lbiV rt 01 IFtiyt I i I I 1 SWINDLE IS ABROAD Dr Talmage Preaches on the Prey alence of Crime 1 Iverywhere Are Men Who Hfiyr I Abnaeil the Trn t llepoied Im Them=The livll of SIecII ulation This like ninny of Dr Tnlmnges d16 courses recommends right doing for this world us well as preparation for the Heavenly world Text Job 8 14 I Whose trust shall be u spiders web The two most skillful architects In 1 tibc world nre the bee and the spider Cie one puts up u sugar manufactory ud the other builds a slaughter house far flies On u bright summer morn Jng when the sun curves out nnd shines I upon the spiders web bedecked with dew the gossamer structure seems 1 bright enough for u suspension bridge for aerial beings to cross on Hut alas I for the poor lly which in the latter I part of thut day ventures on it and js caught and dungeoned and destroyed j The lly was informed that it was a free bridge and would cost nothing but at the other end of the bridge the toll paid was its own life The next I dayy there come down a strong wind anti away goes the web and the ma I rauding spider and the victimized lly So delicate are the silken threads of the spiders web that many thousands of them are put together before they I become visible to the human eye and it takes 4000000 of them to make aC thread as large as the human hair MOM cruel as well as must Ingenious ii the tpidcr A prisoner in the Hastily France had one so trained that at the sound of the violin it every day came for its meal of flies The author of- my text who wile a harned scientist of his tiny had no doubt watched the voracious process of this one insect willj another and saw spider std IIliwcpl I down by the wuuebroom or scattered by the same wind Alas that the world I has bo ninny designing spiders and Vii timized llich There has not been n time when the utter and black irre sponsibility of ninny men having the financial intereMs of others In charge luis ben more evident than in these last few years The bankruptcy of banks and disappearance of administrators with the funds of largo estates anti the ordered account of lilted Slates officials have sometimes made a po thence of crime Ithat solemn es every thoughtful man and woman curd lends very philanthropist and Christian to ak What shall be dune to stay the plague i There is ever and anon a monsoon of swindle abroad a typhoon a sirocco I 11 sometimes ask myself if it would not I bequeathMiiitors sal oflieers of the court anti upIpoint the widows and orplians a com jmittee to see that the former got all that did not belong to then The Miuple fact is that there are a laige number lor men sailing yachts und thriving fist torses and members of expensive club Houses and controlling country seats who are not worth a dollar if they re turn to other their just rights Under war midden reverse they fail unit with afflicted air seem to retire from the world and wem almost ready for monastic life when in two or three fears they blossom out again having I Compromised with theircreditors that ib paid them nothing hilt llIttIIlldIthe only difference between the ecoml Chapter of prosperity und the first 1 is that their pictures are Murillos insUml of Kcnsetts and their horses go a tulle In 20 seconds less than their predeces tore und instead of one country sent they have three I have watched and Lave noticed that nine out of ten of those who tail in what is culled high life have more menus after Than be fore the failure and in many of the eases failure is only a stratagem to e tape the payment of honest debts iud put the world off the track while they ractiee a large swindle There in fuelthatjf First of nil I charge the blame on careless indilTerent bunk directors und Boards having in charge great financial Initltutlons It ought not to be puss pronmheat tiettctiotiI 1 twooryears Invfairyibey are guilty of a culpable neglect of ushspousibleSteed clefrnuders What right have jj theirtIwesH oaanetalcaanetal Institution so that unsophis Induced tojjc people 1IIC thereby scripIdereotactors are doing nothing for the safe ofteptlonLMauy people with n surplus of usejhough5lpcnsable are withoijt friends ffP tent to advise them nnd they are gvfd solely by the character of the A Whose names nre associated with iMitution When the crash came1 with the overthrow of the banks went the small earnings and limited fortunes of widows and Orphins and the helplessly nged the directors stood with idiotic sture and to the inquiry of the frenzied depositors and stock holders who had lost their nil and to the arraignment of an indignant pub Hs had nothing to say except We thought it was all right We did not know golugThey stood in a position which deluded the people with the idea that they were carefully observant Calling themselves directors they did not direct They had opportunity of audlt ing accounts and inspecting the books No time to do so Then they had no business to accept the position It seems to be the pride of some moneyed men to be directors in a great many in stitutions land nil they know is wheth er or not they get their dividends regu larly and their names are used as decoy ducks to bring others near enough to be made game of What first of all Is seeded is that 500 batik directors and Insurance company directors resign or attend to their business as directors The business world will be full of fraud just as long as fraud is so easy When you urrekt the president and secretary of n bank for an embezzlement carried on for many years be sure to have plenty of sheriffs out the saute tiny to arrest all the directors They are guilty either of neglect or complicity llhsome willsay better preach the Gospel and let business matters alone I reply if your Gospel dots not Inspire common honesty in the dealings of men the sooner you close up your Gospel and pitch It into the depths of the Atlantic ocean the better An or thodox swindler is worse than n hetero lox swindler The recitation of all time cntechlsms and creeds ever written nnd partaking of nil the communion chalices that ever glittered In the churches of Christendom will never save your soul unless your business character corresponds with your rev Hgioim profession Home of the worst tcoundreln in America have been mem beer of churches and thot fat on sermons about Heaven when they most needed to hare the pulritn preach that which would either bring them to rev pentnncc or thunder them out of the holy communions where their presence IIIII a sncrileire sad an Iinfamy We must especially deplore the mis fortunes of banks in various paris of this country in thnt they damage the banking linkUtuluii which is the great est convenieii of the centuries and in dispensable to commerce und the ad vance of nations In one hand it blesses the lender and with the other it blesses Ithe burrower On their shoulders are the interests of private Individuals and great corporations In them are the great arteries through which run the currents of the nation life They have been the resources of the Ithou sands of financiers in days of business exigency They stand for accommoda tion for facility for individual state and national relief At their head and In their management there are ns much interest and moral worth an in silly class of men perhaps more How nefarious then the behavior of Ithose who bring disrepute upon this venera ble benignant and God honored insti tution We also deplore abuse of trust funds because the abusers fly In the face of divine goodness which seems deter mined to bless this land Wean hav ing a series of unexampled national hnr tests The wheat gamblers get hold of the wheat Bind the corn gamblers get hold of the corn The full tide of Gods mercy toward this laud is put back by those great dikes of dishon arable resistance When God provides enough food and clothing to feed anti apparel this whole nation like princes the scramble of dishonest morn to get more than their share and get It alp haards keeps every IImingshakingwith uncertainty and everybody asking What next livery week makes new revelations How tunny more hank presidents and bank cashiers have brew speculating with other peoples money amid how manymore hack directors are in imbecile silence letting the perlldv go on the great and patient God only knows MyI opinion Iis that we have got near the bottom The wind has been pricked from the great bubble of American speculation The men who thought that the judgment lay was nt least 5000 years off found Iit in 1S98 or 1897 or ISJU and this na tine has been taught that men trust keep their hands out of other peoples pockets Great businesses built on bor rowed capital have been obliterated and men who hud nothing have lost all they hind I believe we are started of prosperity thanon n higher career and if and if this land has ever seenif IIf the first uncut unit especially Christine miter will learn never to speculate borrowed cupitalif you have a mind upon I to take your own money and turn H nil Into kites to fly them over every common in the United States you do society no wrong except when you tuut children Into tbc poorhelplesspile our to take care of house for time public rIght to tnjce the mon huve noput you it into kites others und turncyof word that has deluded is oneThere and statebllulrllptcIntomore people otber word in and rain titan nn Prison I dIcommerc I I one word Is responsible borroWbeZItsfor time financial defalcations cousternations of the Inst anben executors conclude to JW Bprr ute with the funds of an estate committed to their charge they do notIpurloin they say they only When a banker makes an overdraft upon his Institution he does not com mil a theft he only borrows When the officer of a company by flaming adver tisement in some religious paper omit gilt certificate of stock gets u multitude of country people to put their small earnings to nn enterprise forcar ring on some undeveloped nothing he does not fraudulently take their mon- t y he only borrows When n youngI nun with easy access to his employers money drnweror the confidential clerk by close propinquity to the ac count books takes n few dollars for ta ThrallI street excursion he expects to put It back lie will put it nil buck lie wll put It all buck very soon lie only burrows Why when you are going to do wrong pronounce so long n word as borrow n word of six letters when you can get a shorter word more descriptive of the reality n word of only five letters the wordsteal There nre times when we nil borrow and borrow legitimately nod borrow with the divine blessing forChrlstiu His MTmon on tins mount enjoins From him that would borrow of thee turn tot than away A young man rightly borrows money to get hit education Purchasing n house and not able to pay all down in cumuli the purchaser rightly borrows it on mortgage Crises come in business when It would be wrong for a man not to borrow Hut I1 roll this warning through nil these aisles over the backs of all these pews never borrow to speculate not n do tar not n cent not n farthing Young men I warn you by your worldly pros pects nnd the value of your immortal souls do not do It There are breaker distinguished for their shipwrecks the Hnnways the Needles the Caskets the Douvrrs the Anderlos the Skerrie and ninny n craft tins gone to pieces on those rocks but 1 have to tell you that nil the Hnnwnys and the Needle und the Caskets and the Skerrlen sire ns nothing compared with time long line of breakers which hound the ocean of commercial 1 life tic1rt hsouthrust std west with the white foam of their de spair and the dirge of their damnation the breakers of borrow If I had only a worldly weapon to use on this subject I would give you the fact fresh from the highest authority that 90 per cent of those who go into wild speculation lose all but I lucre a better warning tuna n worldly warning From the place where nice have per il lied body mindIoullitand oft stand off Abstract pulpit discussion must step aside on this question Faith nail repentance are absolutely neces sary but faith and repentance are no more doctrines of the IIi lde than com mercial integrity Uender to sill their dues Owe no man anything And 111plntnncetheta I not mean any in chasing the Hittites tend lebiisiteu und Girgauhitei of Hlble time when there ire HO many evils right around uu destroying1 nun and women for time nnd eternity The greatest evangelis tic prrncher the world ever sow a man who died for his evangelism peerless Paul wrote to the HOUUDIM Provide things honest in the sight of nil men wrote to the Corinthians Do that which Iis honest wrote to tine Phil ippians Whatsover thing nre hon est wrote to the Hebrews Willlngin nil things to live honestly The Illblc toys that faith without works is dead which being literally IIrateiittcd menus Idint if your bushiest life dues not correspond with your profession your religion I 11 uniting Mere is something thatI need to be sounded in the ears of all the young men of America and iterated aunt nhI elated if thin country IK ever to he de livered from it culniititief and com mercial prosperity is to be Mahlulwd not perpetuated live within your menu Spend no mote Ithan yot make And let us tuljiiM sill nur bust nrs and our home by Ithe principle of the Christian religion Our icllglon ought to menu a much on Saturday surd Monday on the day between and rot to be n mere periphra ltI of titan- City Our religion ought to tint clean our hearts and then It ought to clean our lives Ileligion U nut as tome teem to think a sort of church dedica ion n kind of confectionery a sort of spiritual caramel or holy gumdrop or sanctified peppermint or theological anaesthetic It is nn omnipotent prin ciple till controlling all conquering You tray get along with something lest than that ant you may deceive yourself with it but you cannot deceive God lint you cannot deceive the world The keen business man will put on his jpectacles and he will look clear through to the hack of your hend and see whether your religion is n fiction or n fact And you cannot hide your samples of sugar or rice or ten or coffee if they are false yoticannot hide them under the cloth of a communion table All your prayers go for nothing so long ns you misrepresent your bank ing institutions nnd in the report of tIle resources you put down more spe cie nnd snore fractional currency and more clearing house certificates and more legal tender notesnnd more loans und more discounts than there really are nnd when you give an account of your lIahilltles you do not mention all the unpaid dividends and the United States bank notes outstanding and the Individual deposits and the obligation to other banks and bnrkvw An au thorlty more scrutinising tian that of any bank examiner will go through nnd through and through your bush tress Gathered In nil religious assemblages there are many who have trust funds It Iis a compliment to you that you have been so Intrusted but I charge you lnlbpreseJlceotGod and the world be as careful of the property of ethers on you are careful of your own Above all keep your own private ac count at the bnnk separate from your acocunt as trustee of an estuteor trustee of an institution That is the point ut which thousands of people make ship wreck They get the property of oth ers mixed up with their own property They put it Into investment anti away it all goes nnd they cannot return that which they borrowed Then comes the explosion and the money market in shaken und the press denounces und the church thunders expulsion You have no right to use the property of others except for their advantage nor without consent unless they are minors If with their consent you invest their property us well as you can and It Is ail lost your are not to blame You did the best you could but do not come Into the delusion which has ruined 0I many men of thinking because n thing is in their possession therefore 1 it It theirs You have a solemn trust that nod has given you In any nscmblnge there tray be some who have misap proprluted trust funds lut them back or if you have so helplessly Involved them that you cannot put them back confess the whole thing to those whom you have wronged and you will steel better nights amid you will have the better chance for your soul What H sad thing it would be if after you are dead your administrator should fled out from the account books or from the luck of vouchers that you nre not onlj bankrupt In estate but that you lost your soul If nil the trust funds that have been misappropriated should sad denly fly to their owners and all the property that hits been purloined should suddenly go back to Its owners it would crush into ruin every city in America A missionary In one of the Islandn of the Pacific preached on dishonesty nail the next morning he looked out of his window amid he saw his yard full of goods of nil kinds He wondered amid asked the cause of all this Well sold the natives our gods that we 1 have been worshiping permit us to steal but according to what you said yesterday the God of Heaven and earths will not allow this so we bring back nil these goods and we ask you to help us in taking theta to the place where they belong If next Habitat h nil the minis tern in America should preach sermons on the abuse of trust funds and on the evils of purloining and the sermons were all blessed of God and regulations were node that mill these things should be taken to the city halls it would not be long before every city hall In Amer pea would be crowded from cellar to cupola Let me say in the must cmphutlu manner to all young tutu dishonesty will otter pay An abbot wanted to buy n piece of ground and the owner would not sell it but the owner finally consented to let it to him until he could raise one cropmud the abbot soured acorns n crop of 200 years I And I tell you young man that the dishonesties which you plant in your heart and life will vccm to be very insignificant but they will grow up until they will over shadow you with horrible darkness overshadow nil time and mull eternity It will nut be a crop for 200 years butt crop for everlasting ages I have also a word titlcomfort for sill who sillier trout time malfeasance of there and every honest man woman and child does suffer from what goes on In financial Sell iii pcloumm Society isso bound together that all the misfor tunes which good people sutler in Luis ness natters come from the misdeed others Hear up under distress 10f g in laud He will see you through though your misfortunes should be centupled Scientists tell us thut n column of air 45 tulles in height rests on every rums head and cliotilder Hut that is nothing compared with tutu pressure that business life tins put upon many of you God made up His mind long ugo how many or how few dollars It would be best for you to hove Trust to lib appointment The door will troll open to let you out und let you up What shock of delight for men who for 30 years hove been In business anxiety when they shall suddenly awake in everlasting holiday On the maps of the arctic regions there lire two places whose names are remarkable given I uppo5ebysumepolurexpedltlanCapu Farewell and Thank tied harbor At leis last the Polaris wintered In 1871 and the Tigress in 1871 Some ships have passed the cape yet never reached the harbor Hut from what 1 know of many of you 1 have concluded that though your voyage of life zany be very rough run into by Icebergs on this side nnd icebergs on that you will In due time reach Cape Farewell and there bid goodby to all annoyances nnd BOOH lifter drop anchor in the calm and im perturbable waters of Thank God arbor There tJhe wicked cease from troubling and the weary are at rest A Definition Little Elmer Pnpa what is chess Irof Broadhead Merely a ccientifir method of fooling away time Puck A LITTLEKOlfSEKRi Dlcltttyou cant keep oureffopen What Iis the matter FtaD- kEeopeneraTown Topics Publisher Can you turn out anoth er book in three weeks Author Why so soon 7 Publisher It will never do to let the public forget you LifeFloraSo you know Mr Norox do you Lena Indeed I dot Im one of his best friends I was the lust one to throw him overboard when he lust all his imncyfuck1 Family octorYou roast let the baby have one cows milk to drink every dry Very well if you say BO doctor said the perplexed young mother but I really dont see how ho IIH going to hold it ntlTltmts- A Natural DcductlonIlixonAroy- ou engaged in the same business you were list year lxontt Yes und nt the old stnnd still JllxonAt the old standstill Why dont you advertise nnd stir things up a lIttlelCblcngo Xvw Father confessed the callow youth I have married her Wo are two souls with but n single thought Well youve gained something A single thought isnt so many but it is one more than I ever knew you to have before Detroit Free Press A Great Mans Difficulty When I made n joke the other day remarked Senator Sorghum nobody laughed Thats true And when I made n sc nuns speech 1 awoke the hilarity of a nation It seems so Well I give It up I dont know which is harder trying to be funny or trying not to Washington Star IN MODERN DAMASCUS Slehti In IU KfiBclnadtiir Strrrti nnd tue Cbnriulnir Picturesque Ilaaar Crosslegged upon a red velvet couch the citizen of Damascus smokes his cigarette or nurgileh sips his colTcc or rakl a ntrongdrink flavored with anise iced and looks dreamily out upon the world In the heat of the day his favorite retreat Is the shadow of orange or mulberry trees on the banks of those rivers which Nnaman preferred to all the waters of Israeli The rippling ilarada U ti flute note in the hazy drone of conversation When the dark blue Hhndows have crept down the moun tains the Damascene seeks the crowd ed street or square and his long robes thud turban nre ndded to the bright lines that extend in front of the cafes There he sits for hours without open- Ing his lips except to draw in the thin acrid smoke of the hubblebubble Thus the sober citizen takes his pleasure IIf he IIH n young man about town IIP may plunge recklessly into the ex citements of the cafe chantant nnd Mill with coffee mad nurglieh before him listen to adaptations of western songs nail sketches sung anti played by Greek and Dalmatians Women nay nut share these public amuse Uitnts rid not even n progressive county councillor could find fault with the performance It Is blamelessly dull and an respectable and almost ns stupid no a suburban drawingroom party The only difference is that nil the ladles snmokeopenlyund that the dancing girls would shrink from the skirt dance Like the Jnpnncsu geishas amid the Indian nnutch dancers they seldom move their feet front thIS floor Not even In Damascus where nature has laughed tend been radiant for cen tunes of centuries the oriental is adult person whoso features rarely relax from their intent look of dignified eon templation There IsI only one pluco in which he appears u natural tuna und that Is time bazar There in these llong passages with vaulted roof life pulpitntcs hot blooded Sleek Syrian hungry lurk tipple cheeked Drusn tail stately Hedouln are men and worn en when they come to barter The ba tars of Damaucus are famous in the east Their importance line become less since the opening of traffic In the lied sea nnd the Persian gulf yet their picturesque interest IH still great They roan n labyrinth of courts arid arcades open to tine sky or under lofiyvnulted roof arcades long straight nnd broad with modern shops arcades narrow winding nnd ancient with dnrk re cesses where figures in turbans and lung robes squat among the merchan dise thumbing the koran or reciting prayersAs western Europe when trades were guilds each set of merchants bad its own quarter though the tendency Iis to remove these landmarks There is for example the silk bazar where unless you haggle over paraa you ari likely to pay dear for embroideries and dclicnte tissues of Damascus und Alep po Time goldsmiths bazar iis disap pointing it is n gloomy court with a brggnrly array of colas and antiques in locked cases The sound of the hummer lends one to the coppersmiths who make those enormous trays with which the peasants and Bedouin mess tire their neighbors hospitality Narrow strips of Persian carpet Diimaa cus blOtteR forged at Sollngen erica xpn leather slippers embroidered wltk silver thread gaudy saddle aid bridles catch the eye as one eantela through arcade after arcadeLot14M ltadudh c I u jSri 5- jMytit tM t j j i I Ptr v MJ- I i t 7I 1t M 1- 4 S t- w 1ef a rr r t k E a d RW jT v Tyr v4 r 1 1rt + r ti ti y- II rrs i i 1i t ts ta t N2 1r JHB HERALD SPENDER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY April 20 189f h FOR GOVERNOR PIWAT HARDIN OF IIARllODSnniO +1nnou ill8meilt + 0 For Stntn Auditor TVtnrc authorized to announce JOIIN It CHENAULT of Madison county as n CUll Oklriv for Auditor of Kentiiekv subject to not action of the Democratic convention in JlJt THB fnto of Liout Gillmoro and tho Id seaman recently ruptured by tho Filipinos is so fur unknown nnd tho gravest fears are entertained for thoir safety SENATOH QUAY was last wool nc quitted of tho chargo of conspiring to uso tho fluids of Pennsylva nia for his own unlawful use and Gov Stono has appointed him United States senator THIS American forces in the Philippines had a brush with 500 iPilipmoH nt Jlocave and drove them three miles haying ex Imitated their ammunition the Americans were then compelled to return to their camp RUMOU has it that Goehol will vitlulraw front tho gubernatorial mco and throw his support to John Young JJrown Mr Brown edgy not know it but if ho 8houl- d11Im to trndo for Mr limbols uiport ho would havo tw harry itI t the convention with tongoI and tvn run tho risk of being arrest ed for harboring n nuisance llmveavillo Ilaindealori THK KUiiwr PrIlIltytlj in i ion nt Hharprtburg last week 1tl the following resolution rvl tho qwwtion now prosonts it- t U an to whether that body favor in t+ liquors Hero is tho psohi I I3o it 11 hM1 tint Ithe 1 noxur Presbytery regard mho vlitiKI liquor business its nmnu fituro and HnU ae a wickotl nnd pernicious business anti regarding i Much the Kb+ now r Presbytery n1 prnyoof our gOprnlllut rpciiv IT I 1 any revenue from thot liquor Imsinoss GBX P 1V4tp HAUWNS speech At the court house in Hartford yesterday afternoon wits a master Jy effort It was not known until A few days ago that ho was coming yet tho crowd that greeted him was u representative otto Gen llnrdin has always boon popular in Ohio county and tho warm demonstration with which ho was jroeoivod horo yesterday was fur thor ovidonco of this fact His pooch was no disappointment to the ninny friends who canto to hear him nnd was received with every ovidouco of interest and ap probation Hartford Hornld EVKRY gold standard Democrat in Clark county is against Vat Martin so far as wo havo boon able to ascertain with time oxcep iion of two Wo do not mean to say thorn nro not free silver Dom jornta for othor candidates but what wo moan to say is that so far its tho gold standard Democrats of tho county with tho exception of ITO and Wat Hardin are concern ed tho massmooting convention hero on Juno 17 will witness n rep otion of that memorable contest Lore in 1890 when free silver won its first great bnttlo over the alien cohorts of the gold standard backed by tho influence of tho admin istrntion nnd our metropolitan press Winchester Sun Lnng Irritation t fc the forerunner to consumption Dr 1ll Pino Tar Honey will euro itoddve such strength to tho lungs that n 1 Wb or A cold will not settle there 25 rTf Isirof all good druggtstsoM i + TwoW1Jmers In tho storm and strife of state poUI tic when its pull Dick pull Devil between the candidates striving for plac it is in the nature of H relief to turn to the manly couree being pursued byour two neighbors and a pleasure to know that they have pitched their canvass up on an exalted plane high above the clash of factional bickerings and the strife of personal jealousies deIlighttlemen who place party above self and in this connection we desire to say a few words in commendation of Madison countys candidate for auditor and Bourbon countys candidate for nttor ncygencrllII lion I John B Chenault is 1 Democrat not the kind of Democrat however who repudiates the teaching of the greatest Democrat that ever lived and sirnys away after the glittering gadof i gold IIIlHWIIICtlllislIlhu t a Democratt true mind tried high in tho councils of his party with a record for fidelity to party law and love for Democratic teachings surpassed by no one in nil Ken tucky Although a hanker he I Inil original free bilyor man and believes that the cause is greater than any man An ardent supporter of Bryan and a party worker always he deserves well at the hands of time Democrats of tho state and in Montgomery where ho is so well known and highly esteemed ho will get the instructions and what Is true of Montgomery wo believe U true also of time counties lying east of us He iis competent worthy nail as audi tor would perform the duties of tho ollice in a manner to reflect credit on the stateWhat is true of tho gentleman from Madison is equally true of the gentle man from Bourbon Hon John R Smith candidate for tho Democratic nomina tion for attorneygeneral John Hmith has been n Democrat ever since ho wits ban wo guuHS having the old faith in Milled in his heart when he was a yearling boy tic is a lawyer of ability and has been repeatedly honored by leis fellowdemo crats of Bourbon Courtly as tho knight of Ivanhoc generous to a fault scholar ly and able and with n record for part fealty untarnished he would give a ten fold strength to tho state ticket and do mulch to carry Democracys banner to victory next November Montgomery county will not forgot him ant a Smith delegation will go from here to the Louisville convention Theso two gentlemen are our neigh bors they aro worthy competent and true Democratsand without disparage ment to other candidates who have much to recommend them and lire ulno worthy we am for Chenault and Smith for auditor and attorneygeneral respec tivelyI and heros to their success Sen tinelDemocrat Hardins statement in his speech Sat urday that tho election law would he en forced by him as would anv other law was satisfactory to the crowd that heard it It Iis the law and Hardin will take an oath to enforce it Tinre is no more reason for pitching the state campaign on this law thou on any other that has been enacted by a Democratic legiula turn sal Martins IrrMtniPiit of it Was alll that maid 1 lx dnnuuided of any eau IIi lutt and nil thnt would lle attempted by anybody hut n demagogue seeing to make capital out of it for himeclf Otvetuboro Inquireri There are sixteen tartan IIVmoernt in this county to one of till oiiitiui Iliis goes to prow that Men fee is oi the Chicago platform with Inith fret IIt alo proves that they recognize haulI IIr anxious to reward true men who have fought the battles of the party in its time of need It also shown that they have till courage and manhood to sit down hard on those who attempt to turn the party into a machine for personate aggrandizement CJoebcl con lhmt be elected constable in this Ollltgl tator I was rending an advertisement of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy in the Worcester Enter prise recently which leads me to writo this I can truthfully say that I never used any remedy equal t it for colic and diarrhoea T never had to use more than ono or two doses to euro the worst case with myself or children W A Strotid Pocomoko City Md For sale by J Taylor Day If tho people of Logan county owe any of the gubernatorial candidates a debt it is certainly Gen P Wat Hadin When wo had n candidate for office he not only came to this district but to this county nnd made speeches for him Last fall ho drove to Auairvillo in n drizzling rain anti made n speech back hero that night and made one nt tho court louse llusscllvillc Scimctnr Be sure and read our great ofler of Tim IlnitAin for n year and tho Farm Journal for tho balance of 1899 and nil of WOO 1101 1102 and 1103 nearly five years nil for tho price of our paper done Just walk up to tho captains adieu and draw tho greatest prize you ocr drew The talk of guerilla fighting makes Gen Too Wheeler anxious to bo sent to tho Philippines Ho could give the na tines seine pointy that could induce GlobeDemocrat theta to go back to farming St Louis TO cum A COID IN ONE DAY Take Laxative llromo Quinine Tablets An druggists refund money if it fails to sure 25c Tho genuine has LiB Q on each tablet Old papers 20c a hundred h I Te v itm r V v Made To Order Mans Suit for I JIEJ Manufacturors In America i GREAT BARGAIN OFFER I 6SUITSwo Pay The t Snits ire made up St All Wool ClIulmtru i trimmed with fast black Sateen the taut of warktnnn hip cut lIuble llrcaited lIeu 3 to 9 year with Silk Eniliroldtrcd Seller Collar 10 to 13 ytttr ulth nut Siullor Collar All l nt ahaecPatentanhtnnd- We tend pierce tf the cloth oDd ettra bottom with each tuft Ulndljr mentloa If Urge or smell for use Wken ordtrl1Z end Pmt Mace CiprcM Mosey Order vr RrgUtcrcd letter alto are at list birthday oDd If largo or small for his age done cheerfully refunded If not tntmartory Send 1C stamp tot uringLMonk a emu 1698 50UR lxprusagcI FRED J HEHJTZ- roaQufacturiQU Jeweler hlttia t Watches Clocks Jewelry Diamonds SILVERWARE OPTICAL GOODS Solid Gold and Silver Mortals and Class Pins WUnoxcelled Repairing Facilities rats 1 Main Street n6 LEXINCTON KY Prico List for Watch nnd Clock Repairing Cleaning Watch American nmke 150 II If Old English Lever MX Main Spring h ifiO Cleaning Clock Amcr S day 125 It II French makeI-I If Niekle alarm style iO Main tping in clock 4 titer make 100 II If French make 250 Mending soldering Gold Spectacles 2v 5e If If81t1 If 2u Jrirllcpairinc Jewelry according to nature of repairs New ping itttud into lirnuclicn vlna 15c 1 rf GENERALWRSMITH KYpForl1Jb COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY DIVERSITY Airnrdrd Medal at TTorldaKxpoatllon poritlnriCoatIultlonlIoobSpKialticsla8Thnwnrcloil crnclufitcx MterarrOnurrofroe ifdeoired OrdulltlueeeurulIonlyGENERALLOX1ngtonKyNoInod nwrly liu itiuitnti in atltndanee lait year HC ROBINSON OF BEATTYVILLE KY WITII R aE HUGHES rnorniKTon Kentucky Cider Vinegar Works LOUISVILLE KY Your patronage Is respectfully solicited Do You Want to Make Money 81000 to 83500 1lWcik Gnirnntrd rlprcsentatll1ulnr line of fast selling books and Bibles ever 1 Usned by any house Uptodate quick AIIIIIfnlrl Credits given and freights paid We want 1I tillITHE HUDGINS PtJB CO jeS Killer milting Atlanta Un SILAS B KASH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Office at residence and calls answered at all hours Obstetrics a specialty w v GreAtest Clothing Sole In the History of the Trade I At louis Gus StrUISlBx- iurrtO S Leading Oloifling House EG Vc arc badly overstocked in every department Vo propose to sell you bargains when you want them and not when the season is over JUST TIIJXK OF A GOOD WARM OVERCOAT at 99 cents A beautiful satinlined Kersey overcoat finest made worth OOat 1250 2oO Boys AllWool Scotch Suits double breasted sizes 5 to 16 years worth 4nt 2n blue and black cheviots double uptoVorkingmanFarmerHanker goodsbutStrous Bros Fechheimer Keifer Co and all the leading manufacturers of the United States You cannot afford to miss this sale as you may never have another chance in your lifetime We are llndIwill goodsBeautiful and Drawers worth 2 at 1 a suit The best Fleecelined Undershirts and Drawers worth 2 at 1 a suit 100 dozen Fancy Shirts made by Hutch inson Pierce lk Co at 7o cents Price never named heretofore and worth 150 You can afford to borrow money and pay inter est to buy these goods at prices named p LOW S Ill CUS STRAUS Lexingtons Leading Clothiers = = c T lJ y tf 1 1111 Nj C 4Kr4 I JL FEED TI j iIEf S 1rlJ I have opened my Training nail Feed Stpbic and will keep on hand plenty oft 1 lend fDlIIUPIlor S IIIelea anti Partiestraps coming from a IIstnnee who tony direhorses pastured for u few days or weeks inn have the hezt pssturn at reasonable rutfs LJVEY SToO IiBlVcf oT QAlso for the convenience and accom inolation of guests of the Day House at Hazel Green nod L Park Hotel at Torrent I have opened nearby two firstclass livery I stables where I will keep buggies saddle horses and hacks for hire at all tines Persons wishing n vehicle to meet them at McCaus y can telephone me and have any desired vehicle or saddle horse promptly I will also have a lull supply of hacks for hire to drummers which will be in cnnrge or careful drivers and for iI oftimePersons to eitherMcCauleyshippingDay and Swnngo water fresh and free on ice and tap for guests at L Park Hotel J TAYLOR DAY 1i Y J 9 zee lentDGtgOnicosHazel Groon W H PIERATThns1 charge of the Hnzcl Green office and all nttcntiou1 RESTORED MANHOOD MOTI- E PILLSThORrWat thelenamtlroo ansofeitheroursuchnoNervous1rostrationFatl G EmlealonoYouthfud3Srror0itlentatWo ioldatNlUOperbozeboolOSlorSbOoOtClevc pa w- p q yr w rM ty rt tz 5 wfat trcFrt yrl A y rY- ir t 1 i I frt Constipation Headache Biliousness Heartburn Indigestion Dizziness Indicate that your liver is out of order Tho best medicine to rouso tho liver and cure all these Ills Is found In thfrods piii-rr 25 cents Sold by oil medlclno dcaa- ersFFE 4 T ir TfV T T T f Tf MEMAlrS Red River Valley Railway Cos TIME OAHD rTrain leaves McCuuscy lit 0 oclock a m connecting with train at Uothwcll fort Sterling Returnim leaves Rothwcll at 4 IIm JAMES MUIR Gen Agt Rothwcll Ky I A Offer FARM JOURNAL From now to Dec 1903 Nearly 5 Years By special nrrnngomont miulo with tho publishers of tho FARM JOURNAL wo aro enabled to oiler that paper to every subscriber who pays for THE HERALD ono year ahead for only 100 both papers for the prico of ours only jour paper one year and the FARM Joun NAL from now until December i info nearly 5 years Plin IAIt1 IOUKNAL is an old established pa enjoying great popularity ono of the best and most useful farm papers published jifhisi offnr should bo accepted thou t delay tillenry Picratt made a flying visiti to icCausey Monday Jonzo Davis of Kzel visited his other John B Davis Saturday and iunday Dr Nickell reports tho birth of a boy tho wife of Bruce Stamper on Thurs s1 last Rev J II Wallin will preach at Beth Salem church on Grassy crock nt Sunday at 11 a m Everybody in tedMrs JTaylor Day expresses many anka to tho people of this and1 1other Iwns for kindness shown during her kness Uohn Evans and Mort tiwnngo left taoutli of Frozen where- ep where they will spend a few days WUng for the finny tribe t Drs Nickell and Taulbee wore on bntlay called to the head of Stillwater see Mrs JaniM Spencer who is quite cVnnd report her as some hotter I Georzo r Lacy and John Judo of Lacy k Jlurgtrt county brother and- tberin law of Mrs John LL Davis ifed her Saturday and Snnduy last tERVES nm t bofnlrn i1V rich Jl blood Hoods ur11aliIIlL is the st norvo tonic Its pnrichinjr the J5odltinalc the nerves ST nON Ca Dr Silas ICash reports the birth of a rl to the wife of Frank Phillips of isy creek on Satin day Mrs Phil i has measles and has been daimer alj ill ever since tho birth of her baby Dr Silas Kash last week removed a bunclo from tho neck of old aunt tiraino Linden which measured foiir 4ono half inches across and had 21 W She is G9 years of age and tho tu if had troubled her for years s Great Cures proved by thousands testimonials show that Hoods Sar purifyFHoods Pi IUs are tho only pills to taken with Hoods Sarsaparilla John M Pelfroy of Stillwator recent inbonaat his stable on tho Little Cala Ho is said to bo a very fine ani N ud breeders are invited to see him wholastbdsidebuKashbistownSundaypeisbetterblay 12th nt too academy there 4 a xsiippcr or basket supper lJtheEverylodyJ5y8eo proper and make the whole sociallythdbolesor t ijtS andIcg amI a social for some willforas givetOOrt eio TheaOIusedbnefitf 4fasions apprea1e BoardofYIe sus13azelRemember the timeFriday12tbof bias r Written for TuB HERALD BEAUTYS HATS AT MIIS8 B HASHS If you want to see the beauties smileJustAnd see the latest style picnicOf allSheIn her secTlutelushlcYouT hchnohBut 0 these beautiful darling llists Will please you just the saute inspectionYoull curlsAndA lot of happy girls Hazel Green ICy SAM WIIJSON LETTER rrOM KANSAS Elder J T Pier1tt Writes An Interest ICQ Latter From Crandall CRtNItLiq Jvvx April 17 1899 KyDearliertt and myself well hoping this will find you and all the friends well Well spring has come at last and ev erybody is busily getting ready to plant corn They sill say it has been the most backward spring that has been hero in many years The wheat is looking nice the greenII have a good place for a garden goodIi neighborhoodIweek It is n place of about 2000 inhabitants and a great place for business Brother Cooper I must tell you what eveningAboutsisters came in on us to our surprise and gave us a pounding that we will not be apt to forget soon They had most everything that was good to cat It did not come by the pound but by the pounds It consisted of fresh fish nice ham flour coffee sugar tea rice undo poundsblackberries rants tomatoes apricots oatmeal syrup peaches apples dried raspberries mo lasses yeast raisins crackers ginger snaps eg s starch butter canned corn soap ono1len and twelve little chickens One little boy brought a poke of candy I guess he thought little Tom was here One old puan 80 years old brought a bucket of krout Wo then had some songs and prayers Wo were indeed made happy and to know that we arc living among such christian hcarted people Mrs Picratt says that if they make another such a raid on us that wo will have to stay another year to eat it up We aro well pleased with everybody theynre so kind to us I have never been homesick Of course we want to see everybody at home The postolliio is at Mr UrandiiUrt store a short dis tance from our house it is a great place for trade They buy cattle hogs corn and in fact everythinir that farmers have tosll It iis then shipped to Kan sits City I am getting iihne nicely with my rhurd work With kirdfst re jrurds to Mrs Cooper and everybody in Hzel Green I v ill elOPe Yours as ever JJ T PinuATT P S Monday evening We just now received the daroM Hi TU n We are always glad to get the paper fur it is like a letter from home I forgot to givei you the names of the two young girls that went around nail got tip the surprise partyJullo McCt lire and Mirl Green Coughed 25 Years I suffered for 25 years with a cough and spent hundreds of dollars with doe tors and for medicine to no avail until I used Dr Bells Tine Tar Honey This remedy makes weak lungs strong It has saved mlifeJ 13 Russell Grants burg Ill The assistant editor of The Agitator Mr nJ White who for something less than a century has resisted the winged bearer of tho bow and arrow oj trouble has at last capitulated and on last Sat urday evening ho and Mrs Ilaychel Mc Guire were made one by Eld C Y Limy ing Dick was reared in Lexington and is the son of the lato W F White who at his lentil was the oldest dealer ill real estate in that city Dick has been con nected with the newspaper business about twenty years and has been with this great terror to evil doers since its birth The hrido is the daughter of the late W S Pierce who was in the egis laturo when this county was formedwas its first county judge and later served as circuit court clerk after which he held the office of master commissioner for a term of eight years and was closely connected with the early history of the county She was married to Isaac AIC Guire some three years ago and after only a few months of wedded life ho was suddenlyI taken from her by n stroke of apoplexy while at church She is one of Mlnifles most estimable young ladies worthy and accomplished For some time previous to her fathers death sbe hind almost the wholo of his business affairs to look after and did It weJl Frenchburg Agitator Weak Eyes Are Made Strong dim vision mado clear styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes or any and elTcctuaHy cured by kind speedily utherlnllds Eagle Eye Salve the use of and sold on n guar Its put up in tubes antee by all good druggists A Special Seri ioe On Sunday morning at the Christian church Wm H Cord will have for his Fromnmblebody to be present aud hear the discussion Ho asks all to bring their Bibles thuScripturesbut that all may knoW tjo facts All who have been chcizcd or rnntired are es pecially invited with their ministers The Farm Journal is chock iullofgumption and hits the largest circula tion of any farm paper in the world It is good everywhere Wo ofler it for n short time as a prize to ndvance paying subscribers to Tin lIuiiALi a year ahead and tho Farm Journal for ho balance of 1S99 and all of WOO 1001 1002 and 1003 nearly five years all for the price of our paper alone The Eaglo King of All Birds is noted for its keen sighti clear and dis tinct vision So are those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salvo for toro eyes ofIHI or granulatedlids Sold by all dealers at 25 cents Advertisement HAZKI GKKICN KY April 25 1SD9 The ardent Robert It Day assistant post master of Hiizel Green KII hereby stale that I have nut delivered any moil matter addressed to II II Swango or anv member of his family to Etta or Metis SVuni o on nay occasion whatever Moreover lint at divers times I hero oucrcd till mail matter to said Etta Swango for delivery to raid H 11 Swango but same wits rcfut ROUT H DAY ctISubscribed and sworn to before me this April 25 1899 GEORGE W WHKFLKK Police Judge Hazel Green Old papers 20c a hundred THE BEST OP THEM ALL 1 1 LIPP1NCOTTS MONTHLYJUVGAZINB Contains a complete novel In every number la addition n largo quantity or useful andentertaining rending matter Ao continue stories irhlrh are eo ebJsofonable to nod 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at length That all their hopes are vain The soul that seeks Jehovahs care Secure from every wrong A mighty arm Is then rondo bare In weukncsu they ure strong Sidney Dyer Ph D In Chicago Standard P OZ7fZz7oziziZ THE CARUTHERS lAFFABR1WILL CopjHKJllIW1ti7 n Q A NK+llofftfNwipip rCo HAXBEfl i2 aaZaqtz flTNOlHIS Mlnard Ilendrlcks great detective Just returned from Muslim Onita awaiting him an unsigned typewritten letter directing him to apart mer tll In Inlace hotel where ho will rind remain of Mr Vrldon Caruth ent currently reported for past two weeks to be out of town Potttllvr ncems to con sect letter with attempt made on Ills own Hfe some line previous Joes with friend Dr I impkln to Investigate CltMTHIt 11 You Buy you know Cnrtitlicrs he asked Very slightly See If you rccognlzi him In the ball room LampUIn studied the throng for scv trill minutes then In went nearer and standing behind n crowd of men anti a bunch of palms he studiously surveyed the ballroom lie went luck to the detective See anything of him questioned Ilendrlcks tnking his fixed gaze from the rug at his feet NoThen we must nllk for him at the desk They approached one of the naive clerks behind the counter Heudricks drew out u visiting card avid lingered It his nome downward Id like to see Mr Vcldon Caruth emu he said The clerk lglanced nt the keyrackl behind him and Hhook his hend He hasnt returned yet he nn wrercd lie is still out of town Where is lie asked llendrleks 1 cannot tell you sir and the clerk turned to answer a question put by n man In evening dress on leis right- I ii m very anxious to see Mr On rut hers to night resumed lien ilricks when he could get the clerks attention ngttin It Is a very impor taut mutter The man in evening dress had over beard he paused interested Arc you looking fur Cnnithcrs rbe asked M1 am replied Ilcndriek- aThats odd smiled the tnnn Ive seen a dozen people tonight asking bout him We were just discussing fcls queer conduct and wondering whut was the matter with hint He ha broken several important engage tents without u word of explanation Ills valet told my sun this afternoon that his master had been called by a slight telegram to Philadelphia and hud written hint that lie would be detained there for n couple of weeks 1 presume It was some urgent business The speaker lighted a cigar and moved away to a group of men In the moklngroom Ilendrlcks drew the clerk aside J am a detective he said In a low Mice Hendrieks is my name Mlnnrd Ilendrlcks11 exclaimed the clerk in astonishment his tone anti tanner suddenly apologetic I111111110 hnto Mll IH must Important that I should Jan a look into Cnruthers apartment broke in the detective Dont soy u word to anyone but gbt n pass key and aliow my friend and myself up there right nwny expressina ttame from behind the counter and started towards the elevator Not that way objected llciidricks detaining him Cant we go uj the car stairs l Sure anti the clerk Its only one flight A dhCt piloted then to the lNalrsbehlgd the cloakroom Youll V had the apartments just as Mr Caruth eta left them Ills valet said that Lie master had written him that the room must not be disturbed by anyone Ilendricks pissed on the stair Did Mr Caruthers not inform his man that he was going away he askedNo you see Mr Conithcrs man is married and urea on the west side He happened to have a tiny off and did not Icnow what had become of his muster till he got the letter 1 sec remarked Ilendrlcks and he started on again- teaching the door opening into Coruthers apartments the clerk un locked It and led them in The first chamber was a private sittingroom time dainty pieces of French furniture draperies and rugs being in perfect orderThe gas Is burning observed lien Bricks looting up at the cut ghtss globes As 151111 no one has been in the rooms since Mr Caruthers went away Not even his valet asked the de tective It molts so or surely he would have extinguished the gas It seems to be burning In the next room too This chamber was a large luxurious bedroom and as they entered it Lamp kins Imagination prepared Itself fora horrible spectacle To his great re lief however everything here was also in perfect order The white lace cov erlet lay as smoothly ns newly fallen snow and the sheets and pillows looked ns If they hind never been used The clerk now with a look of growing curl osity if not of incipient horror stooped down and looked under the bed Nothing there he said Then lily attitude grew more serious as he went to the large closets one by one and opened the looms There Iis the bath room yet he remarked with n shut der his mind perhaps busy with n bit of French history or some recent Amer lean horror Its getting mi iity com mon nowadays to commit bloody crimes in bathrooms Do you suspect foul playsir You ore going entirely too fast said Ilendricks in a curt tune IEvery matter I choose to Investigate need not necessarily be n bloody one ire smiled and oilcloth to Lampkin MyI reputation among the people Is ns red ns cranberry sauce The clerk bore the reproof with be coming humility He made no reply nail hung hock tilll the detective hud opened the minor lending to the bath room Mere the gas was burning also and the small chamber with its pol ished tiled floor and glistening porce lain walls revealed no hint of limed shed The face of tie clerk tell his appetite for sensation out not to be fed on tills occasion What ttime did Mr Caruthers leave the hotel the night he left Ilendricks tusked him I really dont know sir said the clerk I mn pretty sure he did not mention it at till ofllce mitt that Iis cus tomary among our guests That is why I thought there might have been some underhand Leave your pass key with me interrupted the detective coldlyl My friend anti I want to have n little pri vote talk When you go down dont mention our being here The clerk reluctantly laid time keyon a table Ill tint give it away sir He moved slowly towards the door If you want anything ring Ill be on the lookout and will run upi myself Good said Heudricks you are very kind The detective followed him to the outer door and closed It after him Then he lame Iwick Into the bedroom I hope this is only a hoax after nil observed the doctor What are you going to do next- Ilendricks shrugged his broad shoul tiers it amounted to n shudder We are going to look through those trunks for n trunk und the rest Is It really so bad ns that My blasted premonition which fac hilly in my makeup has always been e mystery to mrhas hold of me with Its four claws said Hcndricks I cant explain it doctor but the min ute I entered that door and saw the gas burning so brightly 1 felt murder bi the air Sometimes on n tiny like thisat a crisis like thisI Imagine that the spirit of the murdered man lin gers round the spot where he lost his life to try to give men clew Lampkiii shuddered ns the detective laid hold of time nearest steamertrunk and began to unstrap it It was empty save for some clothing In the bottom The next trunk was n large square one nut its lock rOt several minutes resisted the cflYrts of the detective to unfasten it Finally however aided by a key of his own and no little experience in such matters Hendrieks released the brass hasp anti it fell down with n sharp click This trunk also contained nothing of u suspicious nature and the same re suits were produced by n careful ex amination of two other trunks stored in the bathroom end a dresssuit case of heavy leather which was found in one Iot the closets Ah I certainly reel better cried Lampkiri a triuiupnant ring iu line voiceI dont ejaculated Uendricks with one of hit massive frowns which al ways made his great brow reaemble a miniature jutting crag And why- Because mj anonymous correspondent says I shall find the remains of Weldon Caruthcrs in these apartments nnd I believe on my soul be meant what he said lint that man downstairs said Ca ruthers valet has received a communi cation from his master in Philadel punts Ill bet my life it was forged Lampkin started and then he gazed Into the detectives eyes steadily- I cant follow you and 1 wont try Your mind darts out after things I never would dream of Do you think you may find a trace of the missing man here It my thinker would operate smooth lly This with a forced grin My trip to Boston has fagged me out 1 am ital normal But It will notsurprise me to find out that the same man wrote to the valet that wrote to me If to you have a deep villain to deal withAs deep ns the crucible of hell can turn out The detective sat down in a chair near the bed nnd taking from his pocket the anonymous letter he studied it in silence After a minute he said re flectively You will observe he does oat say I shall find the body of Caruthcrs here but the remains nnd he has under scored the word heavily Further more he boasts of the skill with which the crime has been accomplished that old man means something nut it seems to me that you have looked into every possible nook and cranny said the doctor As It under a sudden inspiration Hendricktt sprang up and going to the bed he pushed aside the silken curtains of the canopy turned down the sheets nnd doubled up the mattress Then he drew himself up nnd begun to examine time bricabrac about the room He Miumped with his knuckles n marble tntite of Venus de Milo In n corner and then stood still in the center of the room and stared nt the articles of ornament on the mmnutcl piece He walked slowly backward to the doctor and laid a hand on his shoulder and pointed to a large covered Japanese vase shaped like nn ancient urn Doctor he raid time man who se lected nil the bricabrac in this room dill not select tint vase It does sect n little out of liar many admitted Lampkin Rather cheaper than the rest dont you think It is n disgrace to such a collection returned the detective besides it hllh HE SAW HIM PICK UP SOMETHING been crowded iii between those beniui tut bronze pieces Old man I have an idea Lnmpkin snit nothing ns he watched his friend place a chair near the man telpiece amid mountit The chair raised the detective HO high that the cover of the vase was on n level with his chin Ilendricks removed the cover and looked into the vessel Lampkin saw him pick up something inside the vase examine It and lay it back For a moment the detective stood his back to the doctor n hand on either side of time vessel Then he lift ed It ccutlously stepped down to the floor nnd placed it on the table Prepare to be horrified old son he said grimly It is here Lampkin started You dont mean You neednt look unless you want to frowned the detective nut our arch fiend has actually cremated time I theIthere being any doubt as to the identityI 1of the ashes It was cremation I know hone ashes when I see them Lampkin got up nnd peered into the jar turning the ghastly object over on the bed of ashes beneath There is no odor he said trying to speak In a maMcroffact tone That is strange Embalmed said Ilendrlcks I saw indications of it in the punctures of the flcsh- YO1lro right agreed the doctor Let mo see a moment with these words the letective sprang to the vase I and picking up the grewsome object examinett It minutely liT have only one Isolated clew be said putting the severed hand back on the ashes What is that In his effort to cut and wrench this hand from the joint at the wrist the murderer allowed his sharp nails to sink into the flesh The marks did not show nt the time but the process of decomposition has brought them out distinctly Doctor the fellow who did the job manicures his fingernails to sharp points as is the vogue among so ciety men of a certain class Lampkin made nn examination You are certainly right he said returning the hand to time vase Shrewd and cautious us the perpetra tor evidently was that did not occur to him God has never yet mantle it possible for a human mind to be full of a hellish deed and at the same time toaster de tails that will completely overcome de tection was Ilendricks reply You do not think that the body could have been reduced to ashes in these apartments said Lampkin tentatively Ilendricks shook his mead and point ed to the open fireplace where lay the ashes of u wood tire No this is the only fireplace null it has not been used for a fortnight Arc you sure incredulously Quite sure This chimney seems to come straight down from the roof nnd raindrops have fallen null left their imprints here It rained two weeks age und hits been clear ever since I would never have thought of that It is my business to think of everything Lampkina face betrayed the birth of an important idea Surely he said the body could not easily have been removed for the purpose of cremation elsewhere with out being dismembered Perhaps It you made a careful examination you might find truces of its having been cut up Thanks for the suggestion said Heudrickii Lampkin watched him as he went into the bathroom mid closely examined the porcelain tub mid white tiled Moor No he said coming buck I think he managed to remote the body in Itt entirety You think that remarked the doctor not convinced Yes it would be an easy thing to do Aw unit hers was supposed to br leaving it would lie natural for him to take a trunk uul his luggage going out would tint ntlriet much attention Good heaven rxclninird the doc tor In hubs own trunk At this juncture the door leading into the corridor swum open anti the clerk who had Mmwn them upstairs entered suddenly his eyes alighting on the severed hand which lay across the somewhat narrow mouth of the vase My Lord he exclaimed hula eyes bulging from their sockets has has lie been murdered Mr Hendricks An expression of deep annoyance set tied on the face of the detective Yes he said limit leave us nlone for n few minutes and please dont say anything about this down in the oflice just yet We would be interrupted by sightseersI The clerk thrust his white horrified face forward and peered into the vase Surely UOtIIOt cremated Mr Hen dricks he gasped Thats about the size of it retorted the detective lit went to the door and held it open The clerk took the hint and backed out of the room Dont lay It to me if this gets out sooner than you wish he said A member of the detective force was down there jn citizens clothes and recognized you when you first came in He hind heard of the remarks going round about Mr Cnruthers absence and seeing you on hand made him more curious He has Mr Caruthers titan down there now asking him questions It seems nothing lion been seen of Mr Curtithers since he hind the row with Mr Arthur Gielow nt the club HendrickH leaned against the door facingThey had a row ehl Thats the general report sir Did you hear what It was about Some dispute over a woman 1 thinkWho was the woman Miss Dorothy Iluntington was the name I heard mentioned Ah broke in Lampkin corning forward I remember But Ilendricks was bowing to the clerk and smiling ns It to denote that the conversation were at an end TO BB CONTINUED Another Purist at Large What is your objection to womens clubs professor Havent they ns good Intdubsen tertainment lu uicnhavequestiontheirpleaseMyany is that nearly all the club women I happen to be pronounceI One tlmereIsntorEuropesightDick What Venice UptoDate 4 I PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL givefromare named after him Secretary of State Hay is the pedes trian of the administration and sacks several miles dally Frederic II Couderi Is known Vi the lion of Wall street because of hill peculiar facial expression and stubby whiskersAn girl who assisted her aunt in a boarding house nt Wolverhampton hUH inherited J 50000 under her great grandfathers will Maj Gen Ludlow military and civil governor of Havana has for years been considered as one of the best authori ties on municipal sanitation and engi neering in this country Time Pennsylvania commandery of the Military Order of Foreign Wars of the United States has voted to present to InsigniaIgovernment permits officers of the army and navy to wear The empress dowager of China is an ardent painter and her pictures are said to be admirable specimens of Chin se art Strange as it nay seem her majesty Is also said to be fond ol wrestling und frequently indulges in this rather virile form of exercise She Is well read is fond of Europenn music and lams some skill as a pianist A couple with two hearts that beat as one drove in a hack to the door of u theater in Wichita Kan and sent a messenger for n justice of the peace who wns witnessing n performance in the playhouse lie came out undo with his return check in hand stood on the sidewalk while he married the couple They drove off and the justice returned to the theater FEMALE PICKPOCKETS A H letllve Says iYep Are Mcnnei sad Far More HrMorieluii- TkBi the Mea A woman pickpocket is a meaner thief than u man In the same Iimiesuid Detective Thomas McQuuide A man is iiMially looking for n pocket that is worth while picking und sue that will not miss what is taken but with a worn LII it is different She plies her calling among women who can illallord to ose u elolinr The female pickpocket lungs round the market houses large slurtimid placer of Unit surtT She hCUll sciencee Slit niisteal the pure of n poor woman who is buying much rot lire family perliups take from her n weeks1 I income amid leave time family la- mitant for Unit period The Professional female pickpocket will do more Slit may dial in the purse she steals a few trinkets of trifling value a pin or u locket containing lack of hair a childs ring worn maybe by a little one that iis dead worthless to her limit priceless to the owner She will immediately take the money and throw the purse and trinkets down the nearest sewer opening where they are lust forever Money cannot be identified the purse and trinkets could I reeJl with satisfaction an incident in which a female pickpocket figured She stole the purse of a poor old wom an and 1 arrested her shortly after the net She had disposed of time purse before I got her There limit been about seven dollars in cash in it and a small piece of jewelry that belonged to a dead child of the woman The poor woman would have willingly given the thief the money in the purse and more for the return of the keepsake but it was lost to her beyond recovery I worked up a fair ease against the pickpocket 1 got her in court did my best to cupviet lice but because the purse was not found in her possession she was acquitted Sympathy for a woman had much to do with the verdict but there was no sympathy for the woman who hud been robbed It was with great regret that I saw the pick pocket walk out of the courtroom free In the corridor she met one of the jurors He smiled and she walked up to him and thanked him for time verdict He assured her that that was unneces spry for he never for a moment doubted her innocence That evening he re ported to the front oflice the loss of his gold watch The woman had picked his pocket while thanking him for acquit ting her She got away from us- A female pickpocket 1 lull recently was boarding in a house down on Ninth street She would say grace before every meal and she went to church at every opportunity Her arrest was an nounced ns an outrage by the family with whom she boarded They believed her to be a religious woman Her home is in Ireland lieu husband runs n small store there She makes regular trip to the United States for the purpose of picking pockets shoplifting and open ing satchels She lint with lieu when we arrested her blank drafts on an Kiigiisn bank She sent her stealings regularly to her husband in Ireland She operates almost entirely among poor women Jurors have so much misplaced sympathy when n woman is the prisoner that it is difficult to convict them yet n professional female thief is the meanest of all thieves Pittsburgh News A Modest Youth Who is the smartest boy in your class Bobby asked his uncle Id like to tell you answered Bobby modestly Only papa says I must not boast Harpers Bazar J I cw 4a ti 4 4 k s i A p 4 ti 1x TTnl t b t JJJ Y ttMMJM MMttM IIThe Monetary Problem adS E MMU4CiI GIH tFft UtUtI THE MATTHEWS RESOLUTION A Bleacure introduced I a the Sea te- IB 187T During the Carrcncr Controversy During the pending of the Bland bill to restore the coinage of silver there was much discussion as to the obligation of the government to pay its bonds In gold or in coin To settle this question Hon Stanley Matthews then sen ator from Ohio afterwards associate justice of the supreme court Introduced in the senate on the Cth of December 1877 the following concurrent resolutionWhereas By the act entitled An act to strengthen the public credit approved March 18 1869 it was provided and declared that the faith of the United States was thereby solemnly pledged to the payment in coin or its equivalent of all the interestbearing obligations of the United States except in cases where the law authorizing the issue of such obligations had expressly provided that the same might be paid in lawful money or other currency than gold and silver and Whereas All bunds of the United States authorized to be issued by the act entitled An net to authorize the rev funding of the national debt approved July 14 1870 by the terms of said act were declared to be redeemable in coin of the then present standard value r bearing interest payable semiannually t in such coin and t Whereas All bonds of the United l States authorized to hn issued under f forfib approved January 14 1875 are required to be of the description of bonds of till United States described in the said act j of congress approved July 14 1870 en It s refundIt Whereas At the date of the passage said act of congress lust aforesaid ititof wit the 14th day of July 1870 the of the United States of standard dolharsr eachrJnnuarJbsestnbllshlngInUnited States to be a legal tender payment according to their nominal for any sums whatever there 1Of He it resolved by the senate the house of representatives concurring therein That all the bonds of the United States Issued or authorized to be issued under the said acts of congress hereinbefore recited are payable prin cipal and interest at the option of the government of the United States in sit UnltetlfSlalesstandard slyer and that to restore to legallenl1lrcipal and interest is not in violation of the public faith nor derogation of the tights of the public creditor t This resolution was culled up for con aeration in the senate December 10 Ts7 In calling up the resolution Sen ilor Matthews read the following reso nsseuillytfII Jrosvenor being speaker of the bousenl oled by the general assembly oft the state of Ohio That common lionII talty to the taxpayers the letter and pipit of the contract under which tin briar hotly of its Indebtedness was al- II lamed by the United States and true demanddelorrmer mateyrllemight have reo Wed to the following resolution in the Wo republican platform of 1SC8 f partyedgesllthe public debt according to law convictionitnccoriing sflre twenty bonds were Issued hiiid JJids should be paid in the currency of tenderbinLfetluem such bonds 10 MritthettsThis resolution was passed with lt unanimity There were but three t tlve repreitsenateirf opiniontheproportion among them as to voteweir IrJdentg ofUCCpialon5 llnave110por tbls1Jttolntroduce bykcretary S entired51thelusemblysalt contheczy that the restoration to th- e1i the country of the silver dol lar authorized by the legislation prior to the year 1873 Is not in violation of the public faith nor in derogation of the rights of the public creditor but It also expresses the opinion that this restoration of that coin is demanded brU8financial wisdom in other words that it is only the right of the United States consistently with its obligations to its creditor to restore to the coinage the silver dollar but that it is expedient und wise and in pursuance of a proper public policy so to do Mr Matthews then goes on to ex plain his resolution and to argue the equities the meaning of the several especlally speech is commended to those who maintain that the public debt is payable only in gold HENRY G MILLER AN OBJECT LESSON The QucHtlon of the DUpoftltlon ol the Porto Itlcnn Currency a Ullllcnlt One The disposition to be made of the Porto Rican currency is naturally one of great importance Now that the 1 Island is under American control It be comes necessary to substitute American currency for the Spanish as quickly as possible but it is realized that the problem is an entirelyI new one and considerable tact will have to be exer cised in its successful solution Ac cording to the figures in the possession of the treasury department the currency of Porto Rico exclusive of the fractional coin which may be in circulation amounts to 5500000 pesos These pesos contain almost as much silver as the American standard dollar 347 grains against 371 about 46 cents As a matter of fact they have a commercial value considerably higher owing to the comparatively small number that arc in circulation and as they are accepted by the American customs otllccrs at 50 cents it is cheap er for the Porto Rican merchants to pay the customs duties in American coin reserving the pesos for local cir culation Unless some new arrange ment Is made the pesos will remain out standing and this is the contingency that the jirgasury ofllciuls desire tc avoid Washington Post The reader will note the statement that the Porto Rico peso is worth considerably more than the commercial value of the bullion because of the small number in circulation This shows the difference between silver that cannot be coined and that which is coined It also shows that the value of money de lends not upon the material of which it is made but upon its quality If gold and silver were both demonetized in Ithe United States and our paper money kept at Its present volume it would very speedily rise to a premium over both silver and gold simply because it would be so scarce SANITY OF BIMETALLISM Two Cnrillnal rlnolilm That Gold Sttiiidnril AilvociitCM IRn OIC- In the consideration of this subject all gold standard advocates ether ig nore or fail to comprehend two of the cardinal principles of bimetallism These are first Admitting that the two metals do not circulate concurrently the law nevertheless snakes them equal and under the law we have the benefit of the full volume of both for if the demand on one becomes too great time other will immediately rush to its relief and restore the equilibrium Second A metal which does not cir culate freely is not a safe or suitable exclusive medium of exchange Gold Is not a circulating currency It serves Its purpose and a goodonelis basic money and a balance of accounts Its place is in the treasury and the vaults of tune banks as the representative of outstanding credit and all the legislation of all the nations of the world cannot change its nature On the other hand silver circulates gives life to trade stimulates industry and Is in fact the life blood of commerce The two metals yoked together make s perfect team each performing its own special function which the other can not do Bimetallism Is business sanity monometallism is commercial madness Mississippi Valley Democrat Why Not Let It nut r If free silver Is dead as the goldites and their organs declare they ought to let the corpse rest in peace instead of abusingand hammering it as they dolt is customary among civilized people decently and not giveo treat n corpse it a kick every time they see it The best evidence that free silver is not dead is the fact that the goldites spend most of their time in combating It Illinois State Register It la About night The mention of sixteen to one as the coinage ratio of silver and gold makes thcchlcngo Tribune bellow like a wild bull of Bashan at the sight of a red flag This is pretty convincing evidence that sixteen to one is the proper ratlolIU not State Register Cost f MlearacM Carnal cnstruetiagtheto 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years lie was not without his peccadilloes in the way of petty larceny andcaught tripping on one occasion bonlof reprovedAimdevil What arc you going to do sir when dunnotarsI jlSkelhold Words More for Her Money- I hear that your daughter has broken of her engagement with the count Is it trueYes she ran across a chance to get n duke at the same figure Chicago Journal You Can Got Allen1 Foot fano KIIKK RoyNEase apowdor to shake into your shoes It cures chilblains sweating dump swollen aching foot It tim1ita Now or light shoes easy Aii Instant euro for Corns and Hun Ions All druggists nn shoo SLoreli soil It lx There is one attractive feature about a war drama on the stage no investigating commission appears in connectionAtchi Eon Globe e He struck it St Jacobs Oil struck his Rheumatism It was stricken out Half the men who attempt to tell you 1 funny story forget itAtchison Globe Lawsakes It cured my aches St Jacobs Oil makes no nmis- takesGON BlOOd Your heart beats over one hun dred thousand times each day One hundred thousand supplicsoi good or bad blood to your brain Which is it If bad impure blood then your brain aches You are troubled with drowsinessJct cannot sleep You the morning as at night You have no nerve butlitheStimulants tonics headache powders cannot cure you butt a t will It makes the liver kidneys skin and bowels perform their proper work It removes all impurities from the blood And it makes the blood rich in its life giving properties To Hasten RecoveryYou more rapidly cured if you will take a laxative dose of Ayers pills each night They arouse the sluggish liver and thus cure biliousness Writ to BUT DBotorm We havo the exclusive ierrlctl Of come of tho molt eminent physician In the United States Write freely alt the particular In your cue Address DK J C AVER Lowell Mall 1 Lmtea JD a lw POUTS whLO KRAUSERS LIQUID EXTRACT OF SMOKE Mad from hickory wood Cheaper cUaoer fItIIru1r Iralekl Ib If you kin a miss the doesntmissi thekitt If a man ketpa cool he commands himself and others If you would elevate the stage punt en an elevatorIf cat trust himself he is apt to trust to luck If you would succeed stick to your bust new with the glue of industry If a man is wedded to art he ii apt to find unsatisfactoryIf hold his pen his abilty to hold his tongue is useless If some men didnt boast of their abilities others would never know they possessed themIf some people ever get to be worth their weight is gold they will have to use a lot of antl fat Chicago livening News ehKwon Got It I hear my friend Meyer baa married a phenomenally ugly woman Yes all his friends as soon as they have hlmFIIIIlotclEurekaCrescent Spring Ar knnnni Opens February 23 In the Ozark Moun sceneryUnequaledeursion rates 1hrouglm sleepers vin Frisco Line Address Manager Room Ollankf fIT Arcade inlt or Frisco Ticket OlHce No 101 N Broadway St Louis Mo ileI suppose you were not doing a thing in church this morning but studying that womans bonnet in front of us She Well you were studying the ministers style were you not honkers Statesman Told you onenight cured St Ja cobs Oil masters Lumbago The i morethan StJacobs+ livesfrontI Infants IIBearsUSIThsForSignature YearsOfSTAR PLUG L M NATURAL LEAF PLUG CLIPPER PLUG CORNER PLUG SLEDGE PLUG SLEDGE MIXTURE SMOKING c ant l ontes W V M wnw S 1000s of UNSOLICITED Permanently cum all Hcaloy Scalp Skin tueb Halt Rheum Eczema Scald lIed 1ilci flu Jlabr Uumor thlckcttln making ant All ale a Soft Clear lleautltul Skmn and Complexion lib anytblnf Injurious An easy teller MO a day Druggists mall fiOc Adlr UAMMF1ELD gLEN Y A 1JUY ANYTHING ADVERTISED IN ITS BlIOUU INSIST HAVING WHAT TIIBY ASK FOR REFUSING ALL BUBSTITUTES OR IMITATIONS DISCOVERY gives DRO reflef rural FOPD1AR MAOAZCTM H ixxuil for CO Bo a City Sett h aste tmmae Bold d l nDLIIItO 0Jr 0 i I d Menstruation bftlanWwfc woman is also thebateof IS ence tomany beeause itmeans RUn dl great suffering While no woman entirely periodical pain It doe been nay turns thatwomen otherwise healthy should so severely Lydia E Pink hams Vege tablo Com 0 pound is the most- thorough 1 fe male regula tor known to medical set ence It relieves the condition that pus duces so discomfort and robs struation of its nero is proof DIAR Mos IIov can thank enough for haft dono for me When I wrote to I was suffering pain at time of menstruation was nervous lead ache all the time no appetite tired feeling did not cars for anything have taken of Lydia EL 1inkhuma Vegetable Compound one of Blood Purifier boxes of Liver Pills today am well person would like to have those who suffer know that ono of the many whe have been cured of complaints by your wonderful Miss R MILES Leon Wis arc suffering in this way write as Miss Miles did to Mrs Pinklmm at Mass for the advice which she offers free of charge to all women n For and Children I The Kind You Have Always Bought TNt CtNOUN TY MUIIAT stttNw Toa CITY STONE PLUG- SCALPING KNIFE by TRUST or- ICONlBINE S LIGGETT DYERS TOBACCO 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I tf t i tA 7- ra t i K die TCoiIllm t laipaleealloweauket checked dIa txeeae3 Iooktor people you eo often meet m alUctedwitIIKldney Complexion Jbelr kidneys are turning to a parsnip k Wfor So is their complexion They may also have indigestion or offer from sleeplessness rheumatism Muralgea brain trouble nervous ex austlpD and sometimes the heart acts itledly kidneysVeagllyti aaa0 doge not find out what the trouble ia ratUitie almost too late because the first aymptonis are so like mild sickneea that they dq not think they need a med themelvesDr Kilmers Swamp Root will build w p and strengthen their week and dillon tea kidneys purify their diseased kidney poisoned blood clear their complexion and soon they will enjoy bettor health You can get the regular sizes at the drug store at 60 cents and 100 or you may first prove for yourself the wonder ful virtues of this great diacoverySwamp Root by sending your address to Dr Kilmer Co Blnglmmpton N Y for m sample bottle and a book that tells all about It both sent to you absolutely free by mall When writing kindly mention that you read thin liberal offer in TIIHB HAZEL GHEEM HERALD COUNTY NEWS NOTES o BQyTo insure insertion ALL comes pondcnco must bo In this office by Monday night of each week and I that nearby on Monday morning 0 GILLMORE GLEANINGS Fanncra arc trying to get ready to plant corn What line become of all the birds did they freeze to death last winter If HO the farmers will bu annoyed this year by Insects The last account we had of Ueuny Dykes who was not long since sent to tho asylum states that ho is not much improved which we are sorry to hear We were glad to hear from our old friend JB Harper of Texas Ilcnsa write again John I am always veiy glad to hear from all of my friends In Texas and other Btfttes Win Pupate who wax thrown from his wagon by Ids team running off IIntl had his rankle and foot considerably numbed up u few days since is lit IIIfu ring excrucia leg ting pair and can scarcely move his foot or April 22 UNCU KHMUH DAYSBORO DOINGS Spott Wilson win here Sunday Uncle Hob NIokell was at church Sunday Mils Clara Xicktll was in Daysboro Sun duty John and Dan Davidson attended church SundayMrs II Clay Lacy was visiting her moth tor Sunday DaysboroGeorge Kvnnx of color went to Hazel Green Sunday Jim Tnulhce of Grassy creek was in Dnysboro Sunday Jessio OldliuldH of Grassy creek was in Daysboro Sunday Win 1rathcr of JohiiHon creek was in Dayiboro Sunday II H Swnngo of the Swango Springs wan in Dnysboro Sunday- I H May nnd Jim Finch went to Mor gait county Saturday visitingJllev Charles Johnson of Frozen preach tl in Dnysboro Sunday Grant Lacy ut Hazel Oretllwns up to see his father and Henry Shockoy of White Oak was in Dayiboro Sunday on his way to ampton MayNlckcllntday Misses India Melllo and llosa Codlron wcro in this neighborhood one day last week We burned up a nice lot of fenco last Week anti also a letter to TilK HUKAID that in why you did nut hear irom us last weekMrs chnnnhmgdaughterD n May Sunday In lust weeks H KUAID wo saw where n IlIulIholobatfoenn thorough Invoitisation wo flail that ho was loaded too heavy Springswithout Queensbttho I upontlubeautySincet f partaking of a good dinner at the homo of J MUCH Nickel and as it was road working day and all the bands being given dlnnerlIhowshaPll1esany community may well be proud betweenthelelOrceiiandDaysUoro and tho Daysboro and the Grassy road and as n result our nilthenegrohindtooLoudCnJtLIRITOLIVER TOPICS What a glorious little rain fell Monday fixingSundaywioistering TolUverare Catr0oofcrippledllaetFrtday aY- vK 1 Mist Nannle Mannln was the guest of Miss Nettle Clark Friday night Little Roy McNabb who fell and broke his leg Is Improving very slowly Garland Dennis and Miss Lou Catron made o5ylng trip to Hazel Green Sunday Andy Toliver wife and little son Man- Fred or Chapel wore vlllting lu Toliver- Sunday Ai this week Is circuit court and the grand Jury are fixing to set quite a number of tbo toys are hiding out and taking to the woods Look out boyi theyre after you Wake up correspondents We enjoy rending nil your letters Dear friends It is 10 pleasant to take up the dear old HERALD and turn to the correspondence page know log that we may spend a few pleasant hours in rending bright interesting letters from to many good coutrbutore I think the edl tor IU very kind to giro us this privilege of talking through the columns of Iris valuable paper and In return I think we ought to do our part to make the paper interesting and attractive April 24 SHIXKU MORGAN COUNTY- CONSOLATION CHAT Mr C C Long made a lying trip to Yo cum this week C C Long will move to II II Blankcn ships this week Miss Maggie toile was the guest of Miss Bonnie Cecil Sunday J W Chambers preached to a well behnv congregation Sunday Hcv Milton Ciwlcr will preach at Conso lotion cliuroh Sunday nt 11 oclock 0 C llyrd and A C Long were Hifnotlni a little in this neck o the woods lust week K K Cecil anti wife went to Lacy crook Saturday to n log rolling and wool picking W II Hlankcnsbin is transferring his bees from the Mitchell patent to the Luii caster patent Sunelnybuthe did trot come any more yourtownof the earth upon the farm of Thoiims Lee Look out crow dables and minor nniinals J P Wells and Duo Stamper were tried before Esquire Testernmn Friday for pre senting a deadly weapon at each other and it was n hung jury Stamper was timed one cent and costs for breach of the pence April H flip DIIAKK Cincinnati Live Stock Market Thin Cincinnati Live Stock Record of Friday gives tho following ns the best prices for that dny Best price for cattle ISO Top prico for calves 060 Top price of heavy hugs 105i light 100 Tho above were actual sale but it should bo horne in mind that they repre sent the best of their class on tho market that lay TUB HEKAU will each week give tho best sales of tho Friday before Which is alone worth the prico of tho paper NOW is the time to subscribe Rheumatism Cured My wife has used Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism with great relief and I can recommend it as u splemlul liniment for rheumatism andother household use for which wo have found it vltluabla1Yi Cuyler lied Creek Now York Mr Cuyler iis one of the lending mer chants of this village and one of the most prominent men of this vicinity W CJ rhippin Editor Red Creek ilir ald For sale by 1 Taylor Day Old papers 110c a hundred IC I ifiiJ 1 The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO1 250000 CURED 17 WE CURE EMISSIONS Nothing can ho moro tlcmonlllzllli to young or mhltllcnJe1 uteu than the prrs OIlCO of theca nlhtly Ion 1hcy I M producowaakuoas lIefOllmt r t tk iniui 1 1 of liJKiiHniulii whlllo train of vynu totn They unfit a nuns for LUfluc + married lira anti social ImpiilncM No matter I hnaturnlNew Method Treatment will positively euro yo- uNO CURE MO PAY Header you neat help Early nburo or later OXCCKCI may hnvo weakened you lixpotmro diseased you You tare not safe tlllcuredI Our New Method will euro you You run no risk 250000 CURED x Yonn = Stan You tiro pale feeble 3 and hncsnhl nervous irritable mill ex- citAble You become forgetful I inorow amt despondent blotches unit i imlc I tllollhllformtho blight of your existen- ceWECUREVARiCOCELE M No matter how morions your cfo may J be or how loiitt you mnr have had It our HNfeW MKTUOD TUEATMliNT tll- la euro It rite wormy veins return to I their nonnnl comlltloii and bcneo tin rexual organs receive proi cr nourish anent 1ho oreans bccomd vltaliicJ nil unnntuml drains or losses cento mill tempoterhcnetitNO CtlUV NO PAY NU OIlltrON NKHiSSAUY NO ULTES r TION 1UOH ULS1N13SS CURES GUARANTEED Yn1OhLlrrI STUlCTtUK VAUICOCKLK BKMIlM YAtI LOSSES llIuIIUBIt AiD JW Ian disearer 00 S U LrA 1 ION rilKK HOOKS lUKE CHAHUKS llUll nAn If nnohlo to ealltvrito- tar i I nlIS1O BLANK for 110MB t- llmA1MIN1 DRS KENNEDY KERGAN 122 W FOURTH ST CINOINNATI O K I A YEAi1STT114rt 1 rr For five years my husband suffered from scrofula The best physicians in our city pr pounced the case incurable Sores appearedeatIng into the mouth and throat The jugular vein was exposed the tongue entirely eaten away the palate and tonsils eaten out and there was a SarsaPparilla lie had to take it through tube as his throat was too sore to Now after years of terrible suffering he is fully restored to health and he is able to work everyday although his speech is greatlyaffected by the loss oftongue and palate MRS E L FOSTER Wilmington Del Salsal orTr r al H t i 1N or is us Clean Nice sale C in arm of cure was I in me I was use of was A M- eLeerThe cc I a do one me nor of I me I not me I am now Them Alii rt many one of remedies in for Wanderers we it in the inherited scrofula I B A COOPERii N E for Little Wanderers I 50 De fS 01 cOres I promotedigestionorder druggist AYERS a six for 500tt ROSEt DA VIS maO BTItitnS AND W l1lateIs Have no to write an ad week but desire to that they are the old stand ready willing at all times to do work their prompt paying customers Those indebted to the please be considerate enough to settle once as money to run our business must have what ts payour own debts 1MVE11S and for this SO cents per 100 STRENGTH For years suffered with that terrible scrofula my shoulder and Every means tried without success hudL good physician who tried every way to told to take Ayers Sarsaparilla immediately began its and after taking bottles remedy the scrofula entirely cured MRS J GENTLE Fort Fairfield was sufferer from scrofula being unable to any work for twelve Not of the who attended the medicines took did any good My friends supposed that could live One physicians induced to try Ayers eight bottles perfectly well GEORGE TOWNSEND Camp Miss 01 For years Ayers Sarsaparilla has been the constant used the Home Little and have found valuable eliminating humors from bloodwhich seem to have been especially and other skin diseases REV Supt Home Boston Mass There are others but only one Ayers Your sells S5ICO bottle TJXIK ago time this announce still at and and any in line for cash firm will call and at we need and due OLD olllcoat seven scourge help seven this great months doctors any ofmy Sarsaparilla After using French bottles AND VIGOR 30Days TrialIJeltHnllAprllAtJcl inenwhowentthemthatElectrlcttrtethoseen current puts Into and force Into whatever It Uctnndnevmeefatls andYlgor1 LotIallirbutVEAIDAYSandconndonce todayforfree 811u81 oovclOIlOrROFr2Ua 1 IR II BRYAN I SAIKS3tVN IonII I Pearson ClarkI I f WHOLESALE + CROCERS LEXINGTON KY I I I DAYIGeneral Merchandise lLumber Real cAlsoFairandi and theFarmers ExchangeII S Ytxwlfir xs 19s TREES PlANTSVINES Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Small Fruits Everything for Orchard Lawn and Gard- entfWo employ no agonts but soil nt rensonnblo prlcesl IM Strawberry and Tree Cata logues on application to H F HILLEMEYER LEXINGTON KY Phone 278 I II Post I No I Hills I I III I Ion tliiis wnlll I I I III MRS S B KASHfJ Fashionable Milliner IHAZEL GREEN KY L-I I fII i I I I II I I I I I S ROSEDAVID Headquarters Ezel KjiI- lKritESKXTS SLiNSLUFFtJOHNS 5 CO WHOLESALE QBOOTSHopkins Place nLTI onE MD ot Respectfully solicits a shnro of time trade mountain merchAnts i I iA r ii