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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r ka c L iL for ttt r v 111T1113 n HERAEstablishedL1 tStory and His Continent by Max ORell rlt j SPESCEH Owner nniloJr The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 AYEARr r FOURTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 4 1809 NUMBER 60 I GARTER DRY GOODS- COMPANY IMlOUTEUS AND DKAIEUS IN DTAND NOTIONSLOUISVILLE rQQJ KY Reference J Taylor Day Ilnzcl Gre- enCREE6 SONS WHOLESALE iOOOiS SipS= U25 W MAIN STRE- ETL4xvxxtTa KST MENDEL GOSLING 5 CO JOBBERS IN rHATS CAPS STRAW GOODS Gloves IC Umbrellas 627 and 629 W Main St- LOUISVILLE KY r J Sftultoworlft COM rFAflltImS ANn JOIHKUS O- FETCLOTHINC r1rlEN 1 I 9 J607 West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY 1 1LPGIIWeans Kersey Cnssimcre it Corduroy Pants and Suitsr K DUCK COATSA- re acknowledged to be Superior to any produced Sizes guaranteed as marked tSOLD BY J TAYLOR DAY HAZEL GREEN KY If M ROBINSON NORTON CO- gg LOUISVILLE KY OLD RELIABLE HUGHES ChillsTO19SOc 100 Bottles Druggists Have It IMPROVEDTASTE PLEASANT InrorpiinilcdRobinsonPettett KY BODE HARDWARE COMPANY f WHOLES- ALEIMBWME ttQnt CV tJSR r CINCINNATI O Reference J Taylor Day Hazel Green IB1 e Eta J1B 1657 Race St t t N CINCINNATI The leading house for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING GOODS and NOTIONS Always have BIG Drives i WSpecial attention to Mail Orders pr XAR t3- j Manufacturers and Jobbers of OTS SHOES 5 RUBBERS Tto 3 W PEARL STREET CINCINNATI indiUsafer Ivlj milt B WINCHESTER KY HKd T WITIIERSPOON President K 11 D 1IUNTEK Cashier f 20000000tP This Bank solicits the accounts of mer n mePneraily t offers Its customers every an- mgstliboralrye terms withIn time limItsi oftI octl8lykT EnvetopeeOURLetterhends 1 lUf Sc printed nt I1EBALD office HON JOHN D CARROLL Writes an Interesting Letter on Politics Pointing Out Dangors to tlio Party Should Uardiu Bo Defeated Tho following otter from lion John D Cnrrol author of tho Kentucky Code of Practice and ex Chairman of tho Democratic State Central committee to Mr Somers was published in tho Eliznbcthtown News New Castle Ky April 10 1809 II A Somors EsqDour Sir I often soc in other papers extracts from your pnpor concerning the gubernatorial rnconndum glad that you are making such a strong and good fight for Gen Hardin I will cheerfully support either of tho other candidates if nominated but I fool that Ilardin deserves und is entitled to tho nomination and therefore Ium earnestly for him I confess that advocating his elec tion I am largely influonced by my viows on tho money question std confidently believe that tho defeat of Hardin would be given out UI1dI accepted by tho country as an evi dence that in this state at least tho cause of free silver is as dead as African slavery as Mr Wntterson delights in putting it In my judg mont tho money questiontho cause of himotnllismis and will continuo to bo tho great question in this country until it is finally settled on the right lines the null titude of trusts now forming are niorclySffsprings of tho groat mon oy trust and until this incubator in v Inch they are hatched is des troyed they will continue to spring into existence and monaco tho wol fare and prosperity our country IInrdin and Blackburn stand as tho most conspicuous advocates in this state of tho silver ilea and tho defeat of either would bo a grievous blow to our cause I recollect very well that in 1SOO and 00 the public men of this state with a few notable excep tions wrro hesitating arid hutting as to which sulo of this money question they should taketime voice of the people had not then been hearlpoworful influences both state and national wore ac tivoly at work to swing Kentucky on tho side of the socalled sound money The public man who dared to champion tho cause of silver took his political lifo in his hands Bud I repeat only a fow had tho courage to do it Clear and strong in the midst of this confu sion and uncertainty rang out tho voice of Wat Hardin In ovory speech both before and aftor his nomination ho boldly and ably championed tho cause of silvcrand that it cost him ninny votes thorn can bo no question This country in my day has not witnessed such a civil contest and it does seem to mo nothing but common justice that mon like Hardin and Black burn should now reap tho reward they so well earned in the trying days of 95 and 90 by their fearless advocacy of tho cause of tho peo pIe In that critical period of our pnrtyhislorywhon Hardin in every county in the state was proclaiming the groat principles that after tlwnrds10 Chicago platform Mr Stono was whoro ho could have in congress rendered valuable aid to the cause time for but it was n dangerous men in public life to take position against the federal administration and in opposition to tho only groat newspaper in tho stale and tho re cordshows that Mr Stono has publicly declared in a carefully pre pared speech that ho would with draw from tho race if it could bo proven that ho over voted for an issue of gold bonds but of course ho was only joking because in addition to other similar votes that tho Congressional Record discloses I have boforo mo the Record of Feb141505any person can got n copy by sending ten coats to tho Public Printer Washington DC fled find in it a short cleancut resolution providing for tho issual of hondRlito an amount not ex ceeding 05110275 bearing inter est at a rate not exceeding 8 per annum principal and interest pny able in gold coin to the present standard of weight and fineness and voting for it is tho name of Mr Stono in company with such prominent and radical Republicans and gold neon as Reed Dingley Bynum Patterson and others and protesting and voting against it wore such Democrats as Bryan Bland McMillan tad others Mr Goebel did not claim to bo a silver man in 95 or 90 I know it to bo a fact that at tho Lexington convention in May 90 Mr Goebol was n pronounced gold man und was recognized as tho candi date of tho gold people for chair nut of tho Democratic State com mitteo and ho was dofoatod solely because of this reason by Major Johnston I repent that if tho silver Democrats of tho state were and are sincere to their belief if they remember as they certainly dotho great battle of 95 and 90 if tho money question is still tho greatest question as it isin Am erican politics then Ilardin and Blackburn deserve the highest honors that tho Democratic party in this state cnn bestow Hardind defeat in 1895 was not duo to any lack of personal or po litical popularity his public und private life was thou and is now an open cleat book and no man in the state would make a more hon orable or popular executive I know it is urged that Gen Ilardin has boon frequently honored by tho party this is true and it is also truo that ho has at all times ren dered valuable aid to the party his services wore never needed that ho did not promptly and cheerfully respond no matter where tho place or what tho occasion whether it was easy or hard to get to or tho contest a big or a little one if tho party needed him ho wont It is also said by some that his long connection with tho adminis tration at Frankfort will be hurtful to tho party but this will not bo urged by any fair minded man with tho facts boforo him In 1895 and for many years prior thereto and in every campaign tho Republican speakers nnd press had ding longed it all over tho state that thoy wanted toIISOO the books that if they could got a look at tho records they would discover all kinds of speculation and fraud on tho part of Democratic adminis trations and by false protonses and fraudulent representations of this character they secured many votes and they have now had for moro than three years full and un disturbed control and possossion of Hall the books They have search od thom carefully and vigilantly and not a cent havo they been able to find misappropriated and not a single item have thoy discovered that would reflect in the slightest degree upon the integrity of liar din or any other state officer so that there is absolutely nothing in tho apprehension of some good Democrats that Gen Hardins connection with former administra tions might injure his candidacy or tho party Tho loiter is already unreasona bly long but I wish to add thnt tho sentiment for IInrdin in tho two Commissioners conventions that havo been held demonstrates in n striking degree his strength and popularity with tho people and tho further fact that tho Democrats do not intend to be diverted from tho main issuo by special pleas put up to advance tho political fortunes of individual candi datesI tho assertion that the mass conventions to nominate dol egates to Louisville will bo moro largely attended than any convention over hold in this state Gentlemen who fancied when they call ed mass conventions that country people would not rido to tho courthouse will find they wore mistaken They will bo there and nearly ovory court house and court yard in this state will at 2 oclock on Juno 17th bo filled with Free Silver Hardin Democrats Yours JOHN D CAIWOIL Onr Candidate Our candidateJudgo Breck Hill is ranking what appears to bo a winning race for a place on tho state ticket and tho zeal of tho ad vocates of the various candidates for governor must not bo allowed to injure his chances Clark comity must instruct for hill and no body but Hill The dolegatos must bo Hills friends who will use all honorabloofforts to secure his nom ination If a trial of strengthen bo tween Hardin and Stono must bo had and it now sooms that it is inevitable let it como on tho organization of the convention Lot Hardins friends select a list of men who aro friends to both Hill and Hardin and also soloct a can Nato for chairman Let Stones friends select a candidate for chair man and also a list of delegates who are for Hill and Stone Let these delegates no matter which side wins bo instructed for Hill and no one else If they are liar dins friends they will vote for him for governor if tho Stono crowd wins they will voto for Stono for the head of tho ticket But lot mon be chosen who are for Hill first and not men who are moro interested in tho gubernatorial race than in tho scucess of our follow townsman Thisclassof neon might trade oil tboir local candidate to help thoir choice for governor Hill is Clark countys candidate and lots do what wo can to land him a winner Winchester Sun Whooping Cough I had a little boy who was nearly dead from nn attack of whooping cough Mynoighbors recommend ed Chamberlains Cough Remedy I did not think that any medicine would holp him but after giving him a fow doses of that remedy I noticed an improvement nnd one bottle cured him entirely It is the boat cough medicine I over had in the ltousoJ L Moon South Burgottstown Pa For sale by J T Day Old papers 20c a hundred HARDIN IS CONFIDENT Sayn Ho Will Bo Able to Organize toe Convention Over Goobers and Stonos Combined Strength Gen P Wat Hnrdin candidate for tho Democratic nomination for governor was in tho cit lnst night stopping at tho Phoenix In con versation with n Herald represent ative ho oxpressed groat confidence in his chanco for winning the Dem ocrntic nomination for governor Eastern Kentucky ho regards as almost solid for him Mr Goobols strength ho thinks lies in a few central counties and in his own Ho believes that ho will got morn votes than Cupt Stone in tho lat tars own district v In his opinion ho will como to I Louisville with onough votos to give him tho nomination and will havo sufficient strength to organ izo tho convention with Goobol and Stono in combination against him Ho has boon making his canvass ho says mainly in tho country districts leaving tho cities to take care of themselves tumid tho rosult has justified his expectations Asked as to what ho thought of tho roports of others entering tho race ho said that ho thought there was nothing in thom It was too Into now ho said for now mon to outer tho lists Gon Hardin loft last night for Mt Sterling whoro ho speaks today Ho will soon bo in Lexing ton to cosult with his friends and address tho citizens Lexington Herald April Little Mnles Versns tug Horses There is no money in raising small tunics Unless a mon has a mare largo onough to bring a big mulo thoro is no good business sense in raising any It will bo munch hotter judgmont to cross with n large stylish stallion and raise something for which thoro is a big demand at paying pricos 11L1 Sterling Advocate Our fanners should hood tho nd vice contained in tho above nnd avail of tho opportunity they now have of breeding to a horse with both bone and beauty Wo refer to tho hackney stallion which is now at tho stable of John II Pie ratt and which we think fills the bill in ovory particular Oen Hardins Speech Gun P W Ilardin spoke to a largo crowd nt tho opera house yesterday afternoon and fully sus tamed his reputation as a stump speaker If any doubted that Gen Ilardin hud legions of devoted friends in Clark county these doubts would have boon dispelled by tho enthusiastic applause with which ho was greeted Ills speech strengthened his old friends and made now onos and if nominatod Clark will do hor full duty at the November election WinchesterJ i Democrat The Laborer Is Worthy His Hires Thankful to time people of this and the surrounding community for their liberal i patronage since I have been a practicing physician at Hazel Green I wish to say to those who have paid mo that I am ready to answer any or all professional pleaaureinnever paid me nnvtnlng I desire toea that 1 will tnko it as a special favor you will pay me nt least a part of my 4 bill or else employ some other pbyii clan for 1 cannot nfford to practice for you any moro on promises owifyou dont what rCordont send after me J With respect to all k Ar 0 NICKEL M D tr J A t1 r t i c c t it a j fI ti 9 7 lAI i y Y i 1 J 1j yi j j i i i S r II I 1 1 t t V I 4 C ir u tux s IV s- It z 4 a t m t w 7 lY e- lMr r oe h t- t AnY I r k t t t i r f r I l feitfwdUi t THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Publisher IUZEL GREEN i i i i i i KY DONT WORRY Dont worry In this tangled skein Of life a worrying thoufcM But complicates the kinks of pain And tightens up each knot Make will the master of your mood Through anxious fear and doubt Wo peace no pleasure and no good Wes ever brought about Dont worry Do the beat you can And let hope conquer care Wo more Is nuked of any mAn Than he has strength to bear The back Is tilted for the loud Your burdens all were planned And If you sing along the road Kind fate will lend a hand Dont worry Iortuno Is n dame You have to woo with unites Whatoor her mood you must not blame Nor criticise her wiles Tmst God In shadow and In sun And luck will come your way nut never Hlnce olJ time begun Has worry won the day Ella Wheeler Wilcox In Youths Com panion Z Vi1Z7IZ 1TU CARUT RS AFFMRBy O WILL V ftABf2 L 2 iSYNOPSIS Mlnard Hcndrlcks great detective just returned from Ilotton Ilnds awaiting him eo unsigned typewritten letter directing lilm to opartmunm In 1alaco hotel whero br will find remains of Mr Weldon Onruth tin currently rcjrorteil for past two weeks lu ill out of town Uviocllve Hocms to con nect letter with attempt madu un hU own life name time previous Goes with friend Dr Lainphln to Invtstlgaie Upon snitch f Caruihcrs upurtrncnix remains of cr mated body and Jeweled hand of victim arc found In u vase Hand leers rnurUn uf finger nulls niunlvureii to sharp points laiiiUn recalls report of n row between Caruthers and Arthur lltlow both milters for hued of Dorothy IliintlnKlon Just then the cleric corncii In to thu grout unnoyuticu of the detective CHAPTKU 11 CONTINUKO 1 might he able to give you a painter- nr l two suggested the clerk 1 inn Is loan that geu rally keeps his eyes stud tars open ami loru hiniill consideration I might Itcndricks muldcd undcrstandiiigl- yTil I scud rill you another time you may be sure ff ilea mid I always re ward people wli old me but just now I thought you might like to tunas that Miss lluiititigtou is down in tilt ballroom Nh- UIIItJlIlcK smiled expressed his thanks for tit Information and linn Jy closed till iltior- Persistent nihenl be wild Ididnt ivnut him to livnv what you were about to say Now wl1111 was IitIV I started lo wry that I have a sort of friend a society man win brings me all tit club gslp worth mentioning and I reinenili r that there is consider able toll golnp on at present in the swellstt to the elVrct that this Miss Huntington who Is prospectively a very rich heiress tins vveently1 heat Infc mcd by her lawyers that her Uncle Jacob Tan eon Isiad from whom she had ex yrclii to Inherit several millions bud just before his death willed her the money on tilt sole ecnditlon that she should marry Cariithcn to whom old CoinHand felt In some way indebted It has nosed mtieli cons ment for It lists been generally vnderstood that Arthur lieiow a painter ofsome reputation hut as poor as n ehnrehmonse wns in love with her and that she thought a lot of 11- Ah muttered till detective his eyes gleaming she liked the poor man kalll- ult is said went on Dr Iximpkln that lies lawyers informed her of the condition In the will more promptly than they intended because her prefer ence for Glelow wan becoming notice able In fuel ninny believe she was on the point of beeomlng his wife The lines of Heiidrlcks brows ran to Crther as If his beard nl whleli he was tugging were a bunch of puckering strings And In ease of the death of Cartith raT he questioned The will scented to be equally ex plicit on that point replied Dr tamp kin The fortune was to be turned over it M5s llniitlrfrton at the end of 110 vi I h Irtht v i i Ilit wie of Iarnlhciit In till meantime however IB case of the death of Catother she was to have the money anyway involuntarybrrntijUjr love he cried in n tone of sup firrBHcd excitement This is growing Sato magnificent proportions It is In teresting me doublyI for In ease it is the artist who hat committed the crime It cannot be my arch enemy and at first 1 Keg inclined to attribute the whole geniusIffmlrlcks hit see oil the most prominent figure In e rich carpet then he added Was there anything In the papers t I about tte row between the two men Ii No It was hushed up by the dish people It didnt amount to much and my Informant did not learn all the par ticulars The artist and his rival who had the reputation of being something of a end and who Is said to have been badly spoiled by his prospective mar riage were conversing In the smoking room Which they occupied alone when the iservants in the adjoining lunch room heard their loud voices nd went in just as Caruthers was slaps tug Ole low in the face stud calling him a presumptuous pauper Gielow hurled a bot tle at the head of his antagonist bulb ducking Caruthers preserved his countenance and the wnitcrsKCparated them before further damage was done llcnd ricks eyes swept over the room resting on the open vase and the grew bottle member Ilying across Its top the large diamond on the ashen lingers sparkling in the rays of the gaslight Filling an envelope with the ashes he put it in his pocket We Inuit be going he said The police headed by that detectiveSergi- Denhamwill be here In a minute They are welcome to our find I want to see Miss lluntington before the news reaches her If I wait till she is dumfoundcd by all this horror shell close her lipsI 1 saw Denham down there He is a new man a great pet of Capt Mcltacs but he is awfully fresh 5 ClIlTii III They had left the roots nnd closed the door after them when they sata man accompanied by two uniformed police men step from the elevator Hendrieks gruntedI contemptuously and quickly drew the doctor into n cor ridor leading oil to the right Thats the way young detectives do it he sneered Half a doen people must have seen those blue uniforms as lend the elevator and are now wonder Ing whats up It wont be live min liltS before the whole thing will he pub lie property Ye gods as two young men turned a turner and rushed past them examining the numbers on the doors Reportorial vampires clerk despaired of makiiij IIII OllrII out of me by holding his tongue lists sent I these fellows up the stairs They know the number of11111II apartment and theyll get therein to report the whole bloody business in till morning icewlillikiiis wont the public have n royalI feast V The two men ttmmigcd to reach the office unobserved Little groups of idlers were gatheredI here and then like eddies in the current of Immunity that swirled through tit great rout livery now ntd then seme oust would Ihrowa hors Iltd glance u i at the main stairs us I if expecting the reappearance of the policemen llendricks was glad ht was knowti by sight to only a few people for it often enabled him to OIl with more freedom thiu he could otherwise have 1111lesI I crowded ballroom Signaling ton ran Who seemedI to be a sort of lour man tiger lie till Itl- II have an important message for Missi lluiilingtou tan you point lice out to me The eyes of till man tthus addressed MVept over the swirling wallers fora moment then he sold There she is sitting with her aunt Mrs Whifret nu the divan under the palms Thank you said UetidrlcksI iiud to lunilins surprise for he lend mush erect his friend mortally averse to meet Iing1 lathes the detectiveI gracefully avoiding whisking skirts ami flying keels made hs way to where the two ladies were sitting I beg your pardon he began ad dressing the younger of the two an ex ceedingly beautifulI I young woman I trust you will pardon my boldness hut it is important that I should speak to you on a matter concerning your in terests I must take the liberty of Introducing myself llendricks is my mime 1 am a private detective Old with that exclamation the young lady stared helplessly at lien drlcks for n moment and then trans ferred the gaze of her long lushed eyes to her aunt Thus appealed to Mrs Winfret addressed the detective in atone of no little astonishment You wished to speak to us sir On a matter of important business and immediately Iif possible I II hardly know what to say she stammered pushing the ice she had been ctiting aside and giving her white skirt a pull towards her If you would call tomorrow llendricks smiled reassuringly What I desired to say must be con titled to veil tongh i thought as it was growing late thin you might go home before long and that 1 might perhaps see you there Mrj Winfret colored slightly I have no doubt that your request will prove to be reasonable In every way but our esorts have just left the room for n few minutes and and your proposal Is unusual to roy the least Hendrlcks cast t furtive glance at till olllce Small groups had melted Into large outs uul quite a crowd had gathered round the counter It was plain to him that it would not be many seconds before the gay and giddy rev elers would Vc horrified by the awful or report concerning u prominent mem her of their set My request Is decidedly unusual he admitted turning to the ladles cud biting his lips but the matter is a very grave one and you will appreciate my boldness when you have heard what I have to say I must urge you to order your carriage tit once I shirt fol lowyou to your borne Surely protect ed by your own servants you hive nol h lug to fear front mca servant of the public But we have never seen you be fore the lady began hesitatingly Oh aunt dont say that interposed Miss lluntington completely winning tune heart of the detective by her gentle ness ami rare beauty I have read so much of Mr Hendriehs courtesy to lathes and his bravery that I absolutely I fear nothing It wont take us a minute she uddcd smiling graciously on llendricks Ill order the carriage end we will meet you at lassie in ten minutes llendricks bowed like a cavalier stud wended his way through the maze of dancers to the ofllcc where he was jollied by Lampkiu I presume it is out were his first wordsThey are talking of nothing else replied the doctor The excitement is- ragiog The proprietor lists culled in the police to prevent the crowd from going upstairs llendricks peered into the ballroom He saw the two ladies entering till cloakroom I hope they will get to their cur riage without hearing the news he grunted He led Lampkin outside and they stood together near the ladies entrance till he saw the coachman in the Huntington livery rein in his horses near the awning A moment later Mrs Winfret emerged in her flowing wraps accompanied by her statuesque niece AH soon as their carriage had rolled away Hendricks hounded across the sidewalk to an open hansom Follow that carriage he said brusquely to tit Orison und he jumped into tht cub stud was followed by the doctor All right sir said the driver through the hole in the roof As they howled away Hendrieks at the windows of Ca rut hers IloolcedllP filIIjf sigh I seers he sneered Sergeaiit Denham is in his clement Hi is posing to that gang udl gloating over his importance If Captain Mclae could see him now hi wouldnt hold his job an hour The II hut ingtnn residence was on IFifth avenue not half a mile from the hotel Slid it required only a few minutes for the ladies to resell home As Hcndrieks std his companion alightid and were paying their fare theyraw the whileclad figures mount ing the brownstone steps to the cut gluts doors A great stream of light flashed across tit street as they were IIIstIUIIgive em a minute to collect themselves he sold The old lady is very suspicions hut the young one ll- a is brick and by rill the most beautiful creature that ever wore shoeleather Why hung me if I ever dreamt such a being existed When she turned tint majestic Gibson head curd neck as I began to introduce myself I wanted the earth to swallow me up I felt KO so inadequate Lampkin laughed I have never heard you express yourself like this lit said I hind no idea you hud even tit germs of admiration for woman kind in your makeup llcndricks seemed to be somewhat ashamed of his outburst The lights have flashed up in the drawingroom on till right he said all business again Here goes CHAlTKU IV As the doors opened in response to their ring the visitors saw four foot men in livery ranged against the wall like guards before the Vatican lieu dricks with an nit that showed his unfamiliarity with just such a Held of operation gave Ills hat to the nearest muii nut keeping on his overcoat he walked straight into the drawing room Lampkin was move deliberate lie tools off his overcoat gave it stud his silk hat to a lackey and came in nut sat down quite as if be were expect ing to he summoned to the boudoir of a wealthy patient Miss lluntington was n few steps in advance of Mrs Winfret as the two ladles entered through the folding doors trout the rear My aunt feels sorry of her hesita tion just now Mr Hendricks she begun with a genial smile but she is H much given to lending all the sea national news lately that she is eon stantly expecting some awful calamity to befall UK She is worried now with the fear that you may bring bail news Her brother Alfred sailed two weeks ago for Africa and we have only heard from him once It Is not concerning him that we dc sired to speak said the detective In troducing Lampkln with commendable ease I wont keep you long I hOe been Informed that you are friends of Mr Weldou Caruthcrs and it Is about him that I wanted to confer with you To come to the point nt once I have reasons for being disturbed about his rather peculiar absence v I But he Is InlhlJllde1pbln exclaimed Miss Hiintlngton in n tone which revealed no little relief over his explana tlon She seemed to think tie detec five was laboring under some mistake which siw could easily rectify ylnyI I ask how you know that asked Ileudrlclcs diplomatically Miss hunt iugtou hesitated and then receiving the sanction of her aunts glance said I had a letter front him only a few days ago lie had Invited Count Hall tlniil nu Italian nobleman my aunt and myself to use his box at the Horse Show lust night and had taken the tickets away by mistake Ohl I am sure he Is all right although his leaving was quite unexpected I fellI confident Le will explain everything when he re turns Are you quite sure that letter was from him1 was the next question of the detective The young lady started and stared at llendricks as If debating whether he could he in his right mind I have never dreamt of its not being from him she said firmly I am sure Ive no reason at all for doubt fing it- Mrs Winfret leaned forward her an gular form stiffening as if under some petrifying process due to the action of u startled state of mind I am unit sure of it now I come to think over the matter she remarked giving each word a separate and dis tinct heap You remember Dorothy you said you could nut forgive him for dictating the letter to a typewriter anti not even signing it The young lady latthe per sonality hilt she finally admitted tint she had not exactly appreciated the manner in which the letter had been written while she still held firm to the belief that it wius genuine Nothing could be easier than to forge a typewritten communication suggested llendricks paving his suy to more startling disclosures Have you the letter It is upstairs said Dorothy het tone betraying growing perturbation despite her effort at calmness Count with me hunt we will return in a mo meat When they had quitted the drawing room Ilendrichs resumed his sent and looked steadily at the doctor I think Ill let it out he soul Slim can hear it A blind man can Set slut isnt in lute with the murdered man It is the other patch in the red crazy quilt that will turn iier chocks white and tinIteii th0stI great ey- esh you refer to iielow cried the doctor llendricks shrugged his shoulders It will doubtless strike her as it will tits police in fact as it will the public at ugelhat he Is the one man ill IXo t cncl who would be likely to waulI Caruthers to send in his checks as it were especially as they had a row just prior to the committal of the deed It certainly dots look shaky for iielow admitted Lampkin- MyI one hope said Hendricks s is that Iielow dues not needlepoint his fingernails Few artists have time for such feminine rubbish lout iielow is not a regular lo hemian rejoined Lampkin He is most particular shout his dress nnd is thoroughly conventional a strict thingI1isattractive place where during the season he holds afternoon teas anti musicalcs It wouldnt surprise me a hit to hear that he manicured his lIallt TO tin CONTINltRti J Settle It Squire Musters of Petersburg 111 un old friend of Lincoln recently told a new anecdote of the great president prnctitedInnSquire Masters was threatened with a lawsuit lie went to Springfield where Lincoln was located stitch hind a talk with him about the ease Lincoln told him that if he could not settle the cuss he would undertake the defense but he urged his friend to make nn ami chnrgcAhlMasters Well was Lincolns reply 6It 5t ill cost you ten dollars but I wont charge you anything if you cults settle it between yourselves The other party heard of the squires visit to Lincoln and agreed to settle Youths Companion Competition Down in Oklahoma there is a town InvdueementsSchmidt announces a cut in prices Du pout outdoes him in the matter of ac commodation One day the French baker hind this sign painted on the side of his house Seven loves for twentyfive cents The German could moreloavesinvitingbankruptcy totheputtinginnoticeOnltnJsIcookedJudge- t ninli to lie Relied Vpon- Hasklns What do you get to eat atyour hoarding house PerklnsOh a little Of everything nasklns Do tooOp A LITTLE NONSENSE TIeengeIIcI only married you f out of pique SheI knew III That was why I accepted youPhllatJel phia North American If I fell in Joseph would you risy your life to save me My precious my life belongs to you 1 could not risk losing anything of yourspick MeUp Have you seen my biaek faced an telope inquired the keeper ofn me uagerie No said a visitor Who did your blackfaced aunt elope withr Funny Cuts Strong Lietrary Tastes = Raby Is So fond of books Is she indeed Yes you should see her Shes got so she can snatch a page out with either hautJ Cleveland 1laln Dealer For the l1l1l1trclsBoncsln these new warships de sailors am gwine tel sleep In folding beds lulllboode Lawds sake In foldingbeds BonesYus In hantnlocksPuck- SheYou used to say my slightest wish should be your law liehats lululgIngure quite another tiling HostonTran script See here young man said the stern father if you dont come home earlier after this Ill know the reason why Glad to hear it governor that will save all explanations on my part TitHits The Savage Hachclor Then you rev gird marriage as a civil contract asked the Sweet Young Thing No answered the Savage Bachelor Its rather n contraction of civilityInv dianapolis Journal ISOTHERMS A Iew KnctH About Intitliiriiilc Jlupi Tlint Are Iliircly Learned et School Here are some definitions of Iso therms tint appear in American text books of geography Those lines which are drawc Ithrough places with an equalI average of temperature arc called isotherms Isotherms arc lines connecting places having the same mean tempera tune for particular periods as the whole of the year the winter or sum met mouths Ill If upon a map sill places having the same mean temperature are connected by lines such lines Isuet called ivther n al lines or simple isotherms These definitions ire purl of the truth hit nut the whole of it It stay boa great calamity but the fact iis that most boys and girls leave school with a misconception as to what an iMlliertii is and they rarely find out in later years They nil know that two elements latitude and altitude are the main ele ments in determining the mean temper sit ii re of a place that the further e place Is from the equator and the higher it stands above sea level the cooler the climate is Hut theyto not knoxv that isothermic naps take into account onlyI one of these elements stitch that is latitude They eliminate the influence of u altitude The isotherm passing over the top of Pikes Peak does not show till mean h 111 11lIa I lire at tin summit of the mountain but what the mean temperature would befi that immediate neighborhood if the land instead of rising above the semi stood at the level of Coney island Do you see the reason for this It may be easily explained Most f the laud does not rise so high above the sea that the temperature is greatly are footed by altitude To the majority of mankind latitude is a far snore impor tint climatic clement than altitude Now the effects on temperature of both latitude and altitude cannot well be shown on one map and Isothernilel maps were devised to show the effects of latitude and souse outer elements such as position near the semi or in the fur interior An isothermic line thereon does not show the actual mean temperature of a place on it unless tint place Is at sea level Hut it is easy to deduct1 train the Isotherm the actual mean tempera tore of a place if we know its elevation above the sea How this is dune IU very clearly explained by Dr H II Mill the Hritish geographer as follows The air grows cooler by I degree Fahrenheit for every 250 fell of eleva lion above sea level but isothrrmio lines show the sea level temperature In using isothermic maps we must therefore remember that places 000 feet above the son level have a temper attire 2 degrees lower than the iso therms indicate places 0000 feet above the sea 22 degrees lower those 12000 feet above tin slit 13 degrees I lower and the mountain slopes 18000 feet above the sun no less than 015 degrees lower than the sea level temperature shown by the isotherms ThisaecounU for the fact that none of the important towns in the temperate zones is situ ated more than 2000 feet above thesea while in the tropics they are built at as great elevations as 8000 or 10000 feet Weather charts arc an exception to this rule They record the actual thf r momctrlcal readings nt the points of observation N Y Sun II 4 lmtt n SiicccHMfnl loiifcr Nobody Is store nt sea than n hard working mutt trying to look comfort able lonflng Washington la DeCl ocrat J y Hji If 1vc uuti Vv da cf U i JIy f y al 1 Is s 1II r i 1- n r f c 0- e ulc t I i I log TI an finpa an he wi DC P drulu a Aume netore Ion proTo proO f f t T r tr t I l rZfIf t y If L J 1 t Iitd if UuntiicMn Cnunot De Oared by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the car There is ouly one way to cure dcafncaa and that it by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by nn inflamed condition of the mu cons liniiiR of the Eustachian Tube When this tube gets Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal con dition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten arc canned by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J Cheney S Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 7Sc Halls Family Iills are the best Jnst Lovely Mrs Brown 1 was in the new drug store today Its just lovely t Tits JonesXes- Yes they have six different shades o- fptisDetroit Journal Sonic persons have dote a great deal to run down cyclists and on the other hand some cyclists have done a good deal to run down other persons L A W Bulletin r rIs it right to call a canon acquisitive be J cause it insists on taking everything rat sight 4 L1 W Bulletin r Covetousness turns a man out of the warmthof his own house to stand shivering on his neighbors doorstep Hams Horn rf A doctor and undertaker walking together i r alr Only a sprain You may be a cripple St Jacobs Oil cures sure It is surprising how well a homely gir looks in a picture Atchison Globe I I iillins OILIf health we mi clingBut Ono cold no sooner passes off before another comes But its the same old cough all the timo And its the same old sfory too There is first the cold then the cough then pneu t monia or consumption with thei long sickness and life tremb ling in the balance r yr AgerS Cilerro peelOriils t youreoughThe i and lungs is removed all inflammation is subdued the 4 I I parts arc put perfectly at rest f and the cough drops away It I has no diseased tissues on I which to hang t Ipi Dr Ayers l Cherry Pectoral Plaster h draws out inflammation of the lungs t I Advice FlccR- emrtnhr wf hose a MPilli1 Dcptrt tent If you brave nny complaint what Cur and desire II bust mndlcnl nilvleo lou can pos illv olitili 7rlto the ooctor freely Vcii wilt rccclvo u prompt costMdreas 0 AVER Ixiwcll Mass 1Tot fraCIID I Cu st Tho Groat Burlington with 160 variable routes oxcols nil othors Personally Conducted Excursions- to California a ml Pugot Sound weekly from St Louis Chicago and Kansas City tin sconio ColoradoTho Line via Billings Northwest to Montana Pugot Sound saving 5O to 6OO miles Journey from Missouri Valley WrIte L yy WAKELEY G P A St Louis Mo i for Illustrated pamphlets ALWAYS ATTENDED FUNERALS The Strnnite habit of a Queer Little Chicago AVouinn nod Tier GrniitlclillU For years there lived on the West side n little woman with bright sharp eyes and an expressive face Her step was slow and her shoulders bent for she was long past the beauty of youth and the glory of middleaged woman hood Tier small crepe bonnet was placed on perfectly arranged hair Her black gown was trimmed with bands of crepe and she always wore a soft black shawl thrown loosely over her shoulders She was never seen alone but always with her was a wee girl who called her grandma Pew knew who the woman was or who was the child or where they lived but both were known to nil of the prominent ministers on the West side ns well ns to the undertakers and fit nernl directors For years there was not a prominent fut 1111 In that end of town but the little woman and her grandchild were in at tendance if there was really no choice in funerals they attended the one where their favorite minister prayed But 10 matter who the dead had been or who the minister wns in charge or what the weather the little woman and tinySonicdid not preach n funeral service in years without lirst slinking hands with the little woman and her grandchild for they were always present Some of the choir boys learned to know them and to speak rand the funeral directors grew so accustomed to their presence at services for the deal that they Invariably reserved two seats in a car riage for them to ride out to the cem eteries Arriving at the cemetery the woman and child would wander off hand in hand to some place near by and seated on n grave would unwrap a package of IlIlIc1 OIl which they would spread out over the grave picnic fashion When the carriages drew up for the mourners to return the little woman and the child would mingle with the rest and return to the city That was all no displayi of grief no com ments but always that digniiied si hence and constant attendance Some people tried to learn why they went to funerals and who they were but they never seemed to comprehend that there was anything unusual or mys terious In their manner so no one ever found out Two weeks or so ago there was a large ftmiical on the West side that neither the woman nor child attended The minister missed them and thought there must he n large funeral some where else The funeral director reserved the seats in the carriage but the woman and child did not come to occupy thou The church janitor saved for the child a ruse that had fallen front the casket but she was not to be found Nor was she seen until a few days ago She entered the church alone Her dark frock had a fresh band of irapt and she wore a new feather and a flower in her hat Ilex rosy face looked thin and tier eyes were unusually 11111111111 brilliant The minister said as he shook hands with her Where i your grandmother my iearFor a moment the child was silent Then she broke into a torrent of weep irg Grandmas dead she cried vile flied the last night we got home front the last funeral CliieagoChron ule LONGSUFFERING TEACHER Ni nliltM Army of SIiirlyiH Kvvr- MnrtliLil to the liniiilMr if- Tnrliirc Of tin longsiifiVrlng teachers I can hardly trust myself to speak no nobler armyof martyrsiver marched to cham ben of tort urt Said ore MI hegira the wifkly reports Monday before the les sons are recited else I should never have them rcmly by Friday night I lunge seen teachers carry home piles of manuscript to be corrected often spending Saturday and Sunday at their desks Most dismal of tasks no wonilir the professional meatier of man uscripts goes cray Said another I am so tired that I do not go to church Inless I lit around and rest on Sunday 1 cannot be ready for Monday It seems that to teach anything we must know everything We have to write essays oi Mibjccls tuft do not touch our studies and tinre are the long meet Ings and the institutes What about the institutes I asked It was at the close of one of the hottest days of our tropical1 summer We must meet and hear composi lions on basic thoughts cosmic entities nnd Mr No time concept of ideality hotly from Nowhere rends Locksley Hall I Hall forCant you read Locksley yourself I Yes if I had a chance My back nched so that 1 could not listen and sometimes J am so hurried I feel as though I should lose my wits At one time there was a regulation that teachers should stand during reel tuition When a number had dropped on the floor the order was revoked Mrs Lew Wallace in Ladies Home Journal rara tealThe individual who is compelled to sweets soon souls on live entirelyI on UiemCbicogo Daily News u BlcyelProbably ii A Woman in County Essex England aged 03 who Is1 an adept rider nnd whose inrightli enjoyhealthI fIfostettersStomachpepsia indigestion biliousness and constipation have secured a foothold and become chronic the Hitters will afford speedy relief On the Ice Did you fall 1 asked the officious one of the man who had slipped on the ice Inl1Iroared the man witheringly no I I merely II1tIlon to think over this expansion question Philadelphia North American Very Low HnlCK Yin lie Missouri KtiiiNitn t TVXHH Itnllwu Semimonthly excursions to the south VisitTexasparalleled as to resources hind products and autliddleproducts as compiled by the commissioner + of Texas indicate this section OA having the greatest possible advantages in its mild and nnllprodUctivellclIoration descriptive pamphlets anti Hates of excursions apply to 11 F Bowehcr Dist P A Cincinnati O Her Men He You say you like a manly mart What is your idea of a manly man She Well for instance one who doesnt stay and stay and stay just because IK knows the Hill isnt strong enough to throw him out Illustrated American 151000 for n Xov Corn Thats what this new corn cost Yields 313 bushels per acre Big Four Oats 20 bushels Salzer s Rape to pasture sheep nut cattle at 23c per acre yields 50 tons potatoes 1JO per bbl Uromus Incrmis the greatest grass on earth Beardless Harlcy CO bushels per acre 10 kinds grasses and clovers etc Send this notice to JOIN A SAlZER SEED CO LA IKOSSE W1S with lOc ntaloguefa000i Itnre Polite Shopman showing goods Here is something 1 would like to call your attention tOt madam Its the very latest thing out theres any absentlything Ill take it if only as a curiosity Illustrated American Crcunoiit Ilotvf Iuroka Spring Ar kn II Nit Opens February 23 In the 0ark Moun scenerytnequaledcursion rates Through sleepers via Frisco Line Address 0 Plank Malinger Room H Arcade Century Building or Frisco Ticket Office Xo 101 X Broadway St Louis Mo rThere are too many of us who imagine that an ironclad resolution born every few hours is all there iis to being economical Atcliison Globe Florida is Americas Winter Garden Xo Ice Xo Snow Conveniently reached parrticulats Chicago The man who pleases nobody iis really more loveable than time man who tries to please everybody Town Topics It is not the carpenter with the most tools who iis the finest workman Washing ton lIa Democrat A center shot St Jacobs Oil strikes Sci atica and it is killed Biscuit making an practiced by pome wom en iis hard work Chicago Daily News Keep on youll learn tthe best cure for Neuralgia iis St Jacobs Oil Dear me thought the new fence I must get a new gait on meOolen Days Surely the best thing out is St Jacobs Oil for Rheumatism The wages of sin deficr alike time hard times and monopolies L A W Bulletin V RUPOFr or u 1MITAfj5t1U j jJTHE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination but also to the care und skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to tho CAIIFOIINIA FIG SYKUP Co only and wo wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing tho true and original remedy As the genuine Syrup of Pigs is manufactured by the CAUPOUNIA Pio Svnup Co only a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties Time high standing of the CALI roiiNiA Fro Svuui Co with the medi cal profession and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families makes time name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy It is far in advance of all other laxatives as it acts on time kidneys liver and bowels vi ithout irritating or weaken ing them and it does not gripe nor nauseate la order to get its beneficial effects please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO IAN IIhJClOe Pat LIVIamL El xllnr weld w i It HEALTHY MATERNITY v f r4L j4r r r Two Qrateftil Women Tell of the Help They Hay Xttoatd FM Mrs Plnkhaun i y The climax of Ufo force In woman is capable motherhood The first requisite for a good mother is good health Health of body means health of the generative organs STONE SHELL 11fE DI5COVERYJ Rend what GA NomrA3Cin prepared DEAR PJNKIJAKI mushilY awlI- n praise your Vegetable Compound three bottles when prey nnnt not nearly tomg with my other my healthy what others think every should your Compound when them much again shall your Compound most successful tonic known women every woman uses benefit from with Flnkhama freely offered woman address Mass Hero convincing bearing directly subject Paclle Brooklyn DEAn MnslumnAltI great believer in your Compound almost despairing of ever again befog ns great sufferer and been years suffered from vromk trouble and had terrible blind After writing to you tried your Cow pound result astonishing have used and advocated elate childbirth a perfect 1 have often that I should haven merits thrown sky with searchlight so that women would rcada 4 convinced that there a remedy theirBuiTcriugs n A Million Women have been Benefitedby Mrs Plnkhams andMedkte ew- I A QV everybody you know to save their tin tags for you The Tin Tags taken from Horseshoe JTCross Bow Good Luckand Drummond ofIyou your good chewing Every woman and child in America find something this list that they would to have FKKEtt Write your name and address plainly send every tag you can net to us mentioning number present you Any assortment of different kinds tags mentioned above will accepted as follows 1 Match Max quaint design im Japan 2S i 3 Knife one blade Rood feel 25 J Scrarrs 4 Iinch steel 25 4 Set Krifr lurk and Spoon 21 IIldaCO l 00 M EnglihI CO jll 7 0 cell e inch blameI 70 indlI75 HI MI 10 tIlC 15 Tooth staling silver amt lMlIh u et 0inch Ito 1C t utter sterling silver ame Ilyit set 7inch HiO JIUtIIJIIIOdaliolleSlflllal 100 I 18 Watch Stan wind set gu ran good mime keener 200 expires 1899i = Address Tags correspondence DRUMMOND BRANCH 80 eSPLUG- L i M NATURAL CLIPPER CORNER SLEDGE PLUG- SCALPING KNIFE SLEDGE MIXTURE SM0KIKG TBS TIS GUN USED BYALL SCUD OH D fM 152 MGC utarwreD QrMoaif RM5 gCoHH trires rrllrr end cure of 08 IU U PISO CURE FOR 1IeN Wetb rwa DM- fa t1e16 Hold b d lofts QON Mrs it her for It Mus of 1 used it I was and was as as it was babies W baby is so to UM were I use ptcg nant it save so sufferI I use The to mcdiciuo for as who it sad I time fullest comes its Mrs advice to all Iler is Lynn is n statement on 0 from 13 Humor of 1848 J1 St NtII a I was well I was a had for I tits I The was I it it over In it is boon said liko to on the all be is for Advice man can on like and can have and the of the want the of be TAGS ported from fiond CltiUn ItlI llnitli Paper 17 and teed NAM A CM rrnR of will for use this Mrs am TAroS IP Alarm Clock nickel warranted 00 20 Carvers tnicUitirn handle good steel 200 21 Six Roger Teaspoons belll qual 223 22 Knives and links six each buck horn handle 230 23 Clock 8 day Calendar Thermom eter llarnmeter COO 24 Stove Wilton Heater sire No 30 or No 40 600 23 Toot Set not playthings but real took 800 20 Toilet Set decorated icrcelain very lianihome 800 27 Watch iwilid silver full jejjelcd 1000 28 Sewing first cuii with nil aiuiclimenli IWO 21 Revolver Colts lhell qualityIUnI SO Rifle Winchester Iflthnl 22calHOO III Shot Gun double bnticl hammer lns ntul twin 2000 32 Guitar Waihbtirn inlaid with 2000 33 Bicycle standard nuke ladiek or Cents 2500 HOOKS 30 choice retectioni tamo a+ bit years list 40 tags each te This offar 30 all your nail the about them to St Louis Mo Q e e STAR LEAF PLUG PLUG PLUG PLUG en or LIGGElVr dam MYERt3 TOBACCO COMFY Muttufnaturnr THE CLEANER THE COSIER WHAT IS HOME n SHOOT1VINCfSffl mtf- SUPI MPKWSHOTSt- ffefl POSTAL iNCII51tRRPfATING 801VrransMNnvHAvuv DROPSYNEW ZUSUi YiiVAUuInai Pihamsmaternity labor WOBHM cnoaglttil approaching Veptab1eCoJUI01Il Mrchinr rmcwoid inolhcrnfpeail November won- twentFree Not Made by TRUST COViBINB WIT- HOUTSAPOLIO llwow0oamtlrs e FOR 14 CENTS blJU1r VortisC100forl4eelAbnrel0pkgss tliIwt wot mU you free o Ihr with par heat Plant an4 seed Odl o1 npon receipt of thliI notice lpostage Welnrlu yonrUadearl know when you once trr Naiaerse- edigoax IIqaeriasdnyyywYls ellupI JOme 4 IUIIK ue co La CIIIIIoJI FREE I HANDSOME 4 nlclielor014P lted WAioN- w a d 1057001- IarauY1sNLd 4DfISlPfitLT etD for l c 1- A N KI 17tiat1- 1P1aldf 1u1 WITJJ tMwjt1eaISM fwd tn v r 1Co J111 f yitiJI 1 4X 1ct 1 J 1p r 1 H xr y r d lPr v- tw N N i4c A 1 a tt4- r r a 1t s- i iva 1j 1- a i li l lS tr I Jt i I 1 r t- a S r r an M I 1a u t taAdr t r t Y f 1 f r A 1 n fr I f 1 lIit t- f t f i 1i i yl R 1I tr I s r3rd rittC v THE HERALD WHOM COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY I THURSDAY May 4 1890 I FOR GOVERNOR PPu NAT HARDIN OF IIABBODSUllia I J I +announcements + t o For Stnttl AllliiturCWe nro authorized to niinouiico JOHN H c1IENAUITof MndlNon county as n cnn didate for Auditor of Kentucky subject to the nctlon of tliu Dcmocrntlo convention In 1801 THK many friends of Robert An tloraon of Leo City u vollknovn cnttlo doftlor nnd gonornl trader of this section will road with rogrot that ho rocontly hnd tho misfortune to loso his eyesight in ono night After a fow days ho partially roI covorod his sight but unfortnn ntely about that limo indulged iin drink and has Hinco boon totally blind Rob Anderson is ono of the bust citizens in thiH county but unfortunately is addistod to the drink habit occasionally his only flagrant fault so far as wo know and hiH miafortuno should 1 be tho moans of stopping others in their sprcoing lint will itl Not likely bocnuHO every man thinks ho is proof and is prono to patronize tho I propensity Tho sago of Avon never uttered a tritor tritium than What fools wo mortals betheB- omb of us fail to Hun it JJob huH our sympathy in both causo and offoct and wo sincerely hope that ho may soon recover iris eyesight nnd BOO his way clone to in fu turo steor clear of the causo at loast Its a poor fool indeed who cnn not adviso for good but ho is smart who takes itII Damn drink is n suggestion wo have a long limo hnd in mind for a sermon from our old colored friend and divine Iotor Vinegar of Lexington but likoTolm Garners vaccination forII tho law it would probably not for every time wo BOO him ho hails us with tho greeting Mornin boss Mars Spence could you givo us n dimo to got a dram Yes rill courso bo gad hes a sinner in tho stroota and n saint in tho sanctuary nut thoro nro lots of his sort my sanctified sister Hence it cnn ho no sacriligo to suggost Daunt Drink nH a companion to his othor characteristic sermons ulta n Damn Hot Day Watch Dnt Sunko otc Besides our Rug gossion would suit Wnltor Hurt of tho Catling Gun for its ring of rhotoric nUll since wo como to think its symphony should suit Soulo Smith whoso front namo plonso pronounce soolny Aftor nil however our oxcuso for mnk ing this nn editorial is explained in tho fact that Gen Hnrdin nnd John B Chonnult aro so far almond thoir respootiiio races that WPin must needs find relief from the monotony I hnvo boon a suflerer from chronic dinrrhooa over since tho war nnd have used nil kindH of ihodioiuos for it At last I found ono romody that has boon n success as a cure und thnt is Chamber laiua Colic Cholorn nnd Diorrhcvn Romody P 13 G manAM Gnnrs Mills Ln For solo by J T Day TO CUUK A COM IN ONK lAY Take Lnxntivo Bromo Quinine Tablets AU druggists refund money if it fails to cure 26Cr Tho genuine bat L U Q on peach tablet IliIo JI L hrdtr It Entitled To It Tho fact that PWnt Hnrdiu will bo tho noxt Democratic cnndidnto for tho governorship of Kentucky bnckIbonoDuring the gubernatorial contest of throo years ngo tho Democracy of Kentucky was made tho victim of tho most unprincipled politicnl conspiracy which was over consum mated in tho United States To plncnto tho foes of Democracy tho state convention which had nominated P Wnt Hardin for tho governorship throw out n sop tn Clovelnndism by u fow words of porfunctory indorsement- Hnrdin conducted ngnllnnt fight but under tho opposition of n vigilant Republican party aided by tho Cleveland administration clnc quors ho was defeated not howev or without having polled the larg ost Democrntic vote over cast in tho state Now that tho conspiracy hnR boon fully disclosed nnd tho II tl1ts of betrayal have boon scattered it is but right that tho man who BO gallantly led the party three years ago should bo called upon to load it again and this time to assured victory Atlanta Ga Constitu lion Sunday at tho Christian church the topicH for sermons will bo 1 II1 a in Our Past in tho Evangeli zation of tho World and at S p- Ill The Design and Subject of Haptism To both services all nro iinvited MothersTr discom- fortsI null a dangers of child birtllcan- be almost en tirely avoided WhleofCardu1 relieves ex pectant uioth crs It gives tOIiCto the CI- Iitnlorgalls altputs them ill condition to tlo their work perfectly Thnt makes pregnancy less painful shortens labor nnd hastens recovery nftcr chitd birth It helps n votnnn bear strong healthy children Wn M4 iirdui nlso brought happiness to IhR9 of homes barren for A few doses often brings joy to loving hearts that long for a darling baby No woman should neglect to try it for this trouble It cures nine cases out of ten All druggists sell Wine of CnNui Jtoo per bottle specialdirectionsthe Ladles Advisory Department The Chitlinooca Medicine Co Ctuttt noof Tenn Mrs LOUISA HALE of JflmrjonCs uys- II When t final took Wino of Cardul wo had been married throo years but could not have any children Nino months Later 1 had a tine girl baby 1hYrYAhfV liYthflflNrYYVYi1 Nfth11iYris VlVMJ RELIABLE ARTiSTiC l Recommended by Leading Dressmaker qC They Always PleaseM CALL P RS C NONE LETTER AT ANY PRICE rneatytiteYtllran = rnJESuur nejrtu point S s THE McCALL COMPANY S S 1 30 to 14G W 14th Street New York S = Ntuscil orrirrn t 3- S ISO Pllth Avc Chicago and SS I iojt Market 6t Sun 1rnncUco S lCALR5 ITjSltrlchtest Magazine Publlilied 5 Contain Ikiuilful Colored Ilatet 5 S Illustrates lt t lUucrni laU S c10M Taney Work ti0 tipmwoik WII fo Ir andoihei 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BEATTYVILLE KY 1vITl- i11iw 11 Ee HUGHES rilOIMttKTOK Kentucky Cider Vinegar Works LOUISNMLLK KY Your patronage Is respectfully solicited Do You Want to Make Money 81000 to assOO pnrtteek On riuttt l Wo want lnlelllent littktliiiK representa lives to handle the most beautiful and pap ular line of fast selling books told lllhles ever Usued by any house IlitoiliUo nuluk sellers law retail prices liberal terms watt fair deallnt art the indnecments we ofler 1redits given and freights paid11e want I 1111Iyou hcnr us us by return mail THE HUOG1NS pun CO jeS Klser linlldlng Atlanta Ua B KASH M D SILAS PHYSICIAN AND SUllGEOfc HAZEL GREEN KY IOtUco nt residence und cnlh answered at Obitetricn Kpcciulty Groot st Clothing So In the History of the Tradett A- tLools AY Gus StrDuS Uxingtons leaning GIot4ilIli Honso Icare badly overstocked in every department VC propose to sell you bargains when you want them and not when the season is over JUST THINK OF A GOOD WARM OVEHCOAT at 00cents A beautiful satinlined Kersey ovenoat finest made worth 2500 at 130 250 Boys AilWool Scotch Suits double breasted sixes 5 to 1Gcars worth 4 at2ai uPIto1 Kemember we huv rlothing Tor the Workingman Farmer Banker AVo do not carry clienp trashy goods hut represent such manufacturers as Alfred1 UeiijnminCo Slrous Uros Fechhcimcr Roller Co and all the leading manufacturers of the Tinted States You cannot atlbrd to miss this sale as you may never have another chance in your lifetime We arc agents for New burgh XeverRip Pants and will give you 10 per cent oil on all goods Beautiful Natural Wool Undershirts and Drawers worth1 2 at 1 a suit The best Fleecelined Undershirts and Drawers worth 2at 11 a suit 100 doen Fancy Shirts made by Hutchinson Pierced Co at 75 cents Price never named heretofore null wort SloO You can alVord to borrow money and pay intclt est to buy tthese goods at prices named 11i p LOUIS c CUS STRAUS Lexingtons Leading Clothiers TRAININ j I 11vTID1 FEED STABLE r 0 r 0 I have opened my Training and reed Stable nod will keep on haul plenty of feed eslrhorsmlll1slllllll L1VEjYI STJLEI 6 I 7Also for tho convenience and nccom inoilntion of guests of the Day House a j Hazel Green null L Park Hotel nt TorreII I have opened nearby two first class IIIMtnlilcH where I will keep buggies sad I horses nnd hacks for hire at all tines I r 1 sons wishing a vehicle to meet them i McCausuy eon telephone me and hnvo a i desired vehicle or middle horse prompt I will also hove a full supply of hs for hire to Iruiiiiners which will be tlIIIC charge of careful drivers nod for which they eancontract by tliu tiny for any ICUgt1 1 cl1MCCUIIping water fur them whenever desired K Day nnd Swnngo water fresh nnd free on ice mill tap for guests nt L Park Hotel p J TAYLOR DA F LYONT JR1M leaning IlilllWt flge1 Of Easter MiOflices Boattyvillo Jackson hazel Groon W H i of the Irn5rcl Green office nn ibtINtllebsI I I entrusted to him will receive prompt i Lion PVrilOmB A HOME AGKXCY ccco RESTORED MANHOODien oudllC liontbtlyEmII sitlsnt30t01MlimpoilotlcyoNI wIcad 0- r enlAl WurrYOXCONIO of jobntro or 01 urnrltltD ordtrolJgbOXltl tl- lsotvaaa vetacurocs13LIvALvdCtevlaul 1j pI 3 ax I ee Cv a titG JH 0tv- G t4 I S4 W T J I WOMAN IN THE HOME I Dr TaljnaRe Preaches on the Trials of Wives and Mothers- lcMnM from tin dory of our rd Jltnrllin Aniionni CN of Home Llle Art Step In llluU ltito rd This dlseomsc of Dr Ill I 11111 HI seems to open nil the doors of homo life and rouses appreciation of worth not or dinarily rocognicd text Luke ltLord dust tliou not euro Ithat my sis ter hulls left mo to servo alone Hid her therefore that she help mo Yonder Is a beautiful village home stead line man of the house Iis did nodI his widow has charge of the prom ises It Is Widow Martha of Hothany IYllI I will thaw you also tho pet of the household It Is Mary tho younger sis tel with a bunk under her arm and In her face no signI of cart or anxiety about anything Company has come Christ appearing at the outside of the door makes some excitement inside the door The sister set back Ithe II lsnr ranged furniture arrange their hair and in a Hash prepare to upon I ho dour They do nut keep Christ waiting out bide until they Inter newly appareled thomsolves or elaborately arranged their tresses and thin with affected surprise come out and pretend not to have heard the two or throe previous knocking say Why is that you No they wore ladle and always pre sentable although perhaps they had not on their bestl None of ns always have on our nest Otherwise very soon our best Would not be worth having on They throw open the dour and greet Christ They say laud morning Master loom In raid be seated Christ brought a company of friends with Him mid the Influx of so ninny city visitors you do not wonder threw tlir country homo into some perturba tion I siipo at Itlio walk from the city had hero a keen appollcr The kiloli en department that day was a very im 1101111 III department fwd I think as soon as Martha Wad greeted her guestI she weal to that room Mary had no anxiety about theI dinner tine had I full confidence that her sister Martha could get up the best dinner in llethauy sad she practically alll Now let us have II division of labor Martha you i IenrmiiI i The same iilYercnoc you now some tints sie between sisters There Martini industrious painstaking bII good manager ever lincnthc of unitiF new lpastry iscovcrug something III fllllelloI I I dlsoiisK iiiostions of household welfare It is noon Mary is in the parlor Martha Iis in the kitchen II would have been better fOIlthem to liner dividedlthe toil and then they could have divided till opportunity of listening to Christ lII Hut Mary mouopolic Christ Martha swelters licforo lle lire II was I very important that Iliex have a grand I dinner that duty for Christ was hintgry- I and Ile dh1 nut often hllI 11IlIlillll CII r tertainmcnlI Alas me if all the re- ipnnslhility of that entertainment tad rested with Marx what a repast tlioy clIllIIIIwould not burn or the bread would not I I Wake or something was turned black 11I11IeIfI f I If forgettingi all nit IproprietiesI t 1111I he oc casiiiwtllt Wisatnted brow she rushed r Peirl IIlIcll1 i Lord dust thouI not care IthatI my ioo trr lusts left min to her t nlunr lhtl Inr therefore that slit help me Chiitf- rolded not II word If II were scolding I wmid rather have Him scold mo thou anybody else bless mo There wa- ynnthlng acerb in I Ihr Saviours reply liekneuthatI Martini had boon working licrtdf iiliuoil1 to death to get IlimjI ijkoniething to eat and he llcciUlc1jj ttor kindness and He 1111 icu My dent woman do notworr Let the dinner go Sit down here on this Vconch beside your younger sisterMary 1kt its talk about something else Mnrthn Martlia lion art careful and troubled aboutI many things but one thing is needful As Martha thrown open this dour I look in today and I see a great ninny vtauirliold anxieties wad about them i 10111 going to speak of the Lord of rMary and Martha and Laarus will Iwlp One by Ills grace 4 A s I look into mat door in IhcfIbl j nnnnppr1eiauonshatI I Solitary Mary tIi ngrrsisielluid 1 110 proper estimate of the older sisters f fatigue just as now men having annoy fallcu of store and fair lory and shop or at the stock exehangi conic home at fclght null hear of sonn household an i oyance nod they say Oh throats Jpbtlringl You ought to be Ilia factory iAfJoiul Imvc ten or fifteen or twenty None hundred subordinates Then yon liwnoyncejCenalll SJJU a wife and a mother leas tI Wuct nt the name time a university yjotblng establishment a restaurant Jmuudry a library and has to be health officer pollccnml prestdentof thin I whole realm She LJW to don thousand i things and to do them well In order to make things go smoothly and tint is w hat puts the awful tax on a won nn s nerves nod R womans brain I know there nee exceptions to the rule Some tines you will find a woman who can sit down In Ithe armchair of the library all fury without any anxiety or tarry on the belated pillow arts oil the cores of the household are thrown upon serv ants who have large wages and great eXleltlolIII I keepers to whom life Is a struggle and who at 111 years of age look as though they wore 40 The fallen at Chalons and AuslcrliUI and Gettysburg and Wa terloo art a small number in compar ison with Ithose who have gone down under I the Armageddon of the kitchen Co out to the country and look over Ithe epitaphs on the tombstones They are all beautiful and poetic rout if the tombstones could toll the truth thou sands of them would say Here lies M woman who was killed by too much mending and sowing and baking sad scouring and scrubbing mill the weap on with which slit was killed Will a broom or a sewing machine or a ladle The housewife rises in tit morning hllllllhllIIlIslIf the clock stop What If the mar keting has not been sent In No mat ter that It must bo ready at the ir revocable hour Thou the children must begot ready for school Hut what If the garments lie torn What If they do not know Itheir lessons What If the hint or sash is lust They must be really Then you hive the duty of Ithe day or perhaps several days to plan out Hut what If the butcher sends meat unmastioablo What If the gro err furnishes you articles of food adul terated What if the piece of silver he lust or a favorite chalice be broken or the roof leak or the plumbing fall or any one of a thousand things oc cur No matter Everything must be ready The spring is coming and there must bo revolution in the fatally ward IlIhIII tthe autumn iUnlI Imuul and you must shut tilt sue northern blast Hut how if the moth has preceded you to I ho chest How if the garments of the 1I0WI1 What if all the fashoiis hove tliangd The house must be an cxtcmpniiwd apothecarvsshopor dispensary There must lie relief for millstvlseotI ailments something to loosen the croup some thing fVT cool the Wire something to poultice the inllammation soiiiohing 110 silence tho jumping tooth some to oolho the earache 0 man of business if you had as ninny cares as I that you would be at 111 candidate for an Insane asylum If Martha make un der Mich circumstances an inpatient rush on tit libraryor the drawing room Ibe patient be lenientI Oh my sister thoughI uuywordsI may not arouse In many souls mutt appreciation of hum toil let mo assure you from the kindliness with which Jesus Christ mot Martha that ho appreciates all your 11111lofthe thudof Ithe housekeepers Christ nexer married that lit might be the especial friend nail contldaut of a whole sturlutof trnabltd IIlIIlIlIhllOlI 1 hlllll dried Christ was married The Hihlc 111 s tho church Is the Iridc the Lambs uhfend that makes me Laos toiplexities mol fatigues fur by his oath of conjugal fidelity He hath sworn IIII sy mpathic Jcorge Herbert put time IthoughtI III three or four verses quill hut iitd peculiar but strung and In one verse sit big Thy Mfrviinl liy ililsclnvue nmknflcl mil eery- il I vi no Who surii a room as or thy kit unities till + nut Hie actiiui lint A young woman of brilliantI educa tine and prosperous surroundings was cillcd downstairs to help In this ab sence of the servant and there was a ring at tho hot and who went to the tnur and an admirer entered He said 11I thought I heard music In the house 111011111 He piano or the harp She siiid Neither it wit a frying pus accompaniment I to a gridiron In otlur words I was calledI downstairs to help I suppose sumo time I shall have to learn and I have begun now When will the world learn that every kind of work that is right Is hums able 1s Mart ha opens the door I look In anti I also see the trial of severe econ omy Nine hundred fund ninetynine households out of a thousand are sub jetted to it either under the greater or less stress of circumstances It Is es pecially so when a mitt smokes expen shut cigars and dines at costly restau liuts He will be very apt to enjoin se stir economy at home That is what kills thousands of women the attempt to malt live dollars do the work of Mven dollars It is atnalng how vomc t- istioIfI I so- Il line be cheerful In the expendi you tare Your wife will be reasonable How long does the honeymoon Ilost1 I about to enter thewomanMildI III OUIWoJ nII IeI The uiarrled noher answered The honeymoon ashl I1furI lasts1 until you your money How much do jou scmit1 V dollar J A dollar Cant you get along with 50 ecus You are always I I wanting a dollar This so years i war against high prices jhts everlast lug attempt to bring time outgo within tie income has exhausted multitudes of housekeepers Let mo say to such it Is n part of the Divine discipline It It were best for you nil you would have to do would be just to open the front windows and the ravens would flyiu with food and utter you hind hiked 50 times tram the barrel in the Ipantry like the barrel of Xarephath the bar rel would be full and the childrens shoes would last as long as the shoes of the Israelites in the wilderness 10 years Oh my friends nil these trials and fatigues of homo lift are to prepare you for Heaven for they will make that the brighter In the contrastI I A dying sol ml her was asked by a friend Have yon any message to send to your father 4 Yes Mild h1c1I him I have gone homo Will said the friend have you any message to send toyourwlfe Yes Toll her I have guile home You hurt other friends Would you like to send II message to them Ses ilve them tho same message they will all understand it Tell them I hove gone home And that heavenly home willCcompensate will fully atone for all the hardships nod lit trial and lime theI1 be no nuisance of catering rill appetite ItfthatI lauilof the white rubes they 1 Pave no mending to do and the ale of that hilly country makes them all well No rout to pay there every man owns his own house and a mansion at that It will not bo so great a change to step into the chariot of the skies if on earth you rode It will not bo so great a change If on earth you hind all the lux pries tumid satisfactions It will nut lw so great a change for you to sit down on the banks of the river of life if on earth you hind a country seat Hut oh the joy for till wi ury feet when theystep Into the celestial equip age and oh tin joy of those to whom home was a martyrdom on earth when hey go Into that home where they will never have to do anything that they do nut want to dill What a change front theI time she put down the rolling pin to the time slut took up the scepter If Chatsworth park and the Yandcrbllt mansion were lifted lulu tie Celestial City they wonli Ill looked at as until habitable rookeries nail Laarus him self would be ashamed to be seen going In or out of them so groat lire thin pal aces invading till ICoils dear children andso much grander the Heavenly architecture than tit earthly It U often nut only tit toll of the house keeping hit tt isi the sickness sad tine sorrow that go along It Is a simple feet that onehalf of the women of the land are invalids The mountain lass who has never hid an ache not a pan may consider household work of no very great weariness and at tho eventide nayship out to tin Holds and drive the cattle Ironic and until ten celock at night may till the cabin with laughing racket lint oh to do tin hard work of tit household l with a shattered constitution after six weeks whoop ing cough has raged in the household making the nights as sleepless as the days then it Iis out xo easy And then this work of tho house has often tube undertaken when the nerves mir shat tered with sumo bereavement that has put desolation In every room of the house iiuil sent tie crib Into Ithe garret because Its occupant liar been hushed tutu a slumber that needs no mot her A lullaby Oh It wets a great deal easier for her to brood the whole lurk than to brood a part if then puss that the rest have gone You may tell her that lieu departed children nee III the bosom of a loving Cod hut hunt hmtullt she will brood hilh tlrcks putting one wing of care oxer the Hock In the house putting the other illgof curt user 1lhl Hock III the grave Nothing but the old tashl11nvd religion of locus rill 1st can take a woman Inppily through home trials All these modern roll glonsamount to nothing Tluy do nut help Thei do not comfort when there is a dead babe In tho lour Away xvilh them nod give us the oldfashioned religion of lesii Chr itI1111111 has dour forted EO man in th day of borrow and trouble ROmimutct alill novtII may for a little while seem to be a substitute tend marriage duty hah only gone by tint gout Lysand all household earns art atoned for by the joy of being together watt by tie fuel tlinl I lien It Iin late at nlifht IL IK not nece sary to discuss whether It iis time ti go All the mils haps of the newlymarried couple In till way of household affairs are not mat tors of anxiety or reprehension but merriment Tile loaf of bread turned tutu a geological Hiieclmcn the slushy custard and jaundiced and measly hiM dnlts Oh it IU n very bright sunlight that falls upon the cutlery and mantel ornaments of a new home Homance and novelty will do for a little while but utter nwhilc the romance IK all gone and there Is a loaf to be made n lust that cannot be sweetened by any earthly condiments and cannot he flavored with nay earthly flavors and cannot be baked In any ordinary oven It Is the loaf of domestic happiness All the Ingredients front Heaven Fruit from tho tree of life tumid sweetened with the new wine of the kingdom and baked In the oven of homo that God only can make that loft Yot can cut It but It takes Shod to snake it f i J Solomon wrote out of hU own misera ble experience he hud a wretches home no mon can be happy with two wives much less with 700 unit out of hU wretched experlencu he wrote IJettet Is a dinner of herbs where Joys Is than a stalled ox and hatred therewith Oh the responsibilities ct housekeepers Kings by their Indlgcji thou have lost empires and general through Indigestion have lost bottle One of the great statistician says that out of 1000 unmarried Wren HO were criminals and out of 1000 married men only 18 were criminals showing the power of home And oh the respon sibility resting upon housekeepers Hy the food they provide by the couch they spread by the hooks they introduce by the influence they bring around the home they are helping to decide the physical the Intellectual till moral the eternal welfare of the human rare Oh the responsibility t That woman sits in tho house of loil today perhaps entirely unappreciated Sir IIs the banker of her homo till presi dent till cashier the teller time dis count clerk and ever and anon there IK n panic Iod known the anxieties and the cart and Ho knows that this IN not a useless sermon but that there art multitudes of hearts waiting for the distillation of till Divine mercy and solace In their hour of trials and their home duties and their own fatigues Ins world hears nothing about them They never speak about them You could not with the agonies of an In iiilsltlon bring tit truth taut of them They keep It still They way nothing They endure and will until null mud the judgment right their wrongs Oh says some sister nfl you not trying to show that mill a womans life at homo Is one of selfsacrifice Yes my sister and that Is the only kind of life worth living That huts been the life of Flor curt Nightingale that was the life of Kd ward Payson that was till life of the Lord Jesus Christ that Is the life of terry man or woman that Is happy a life of self snerllice Those people living fur themselves tin they happy Find me one I will give you all till na tions of the eiivth to thud me one Not happy no nut happy It IIs ttill self saorltlilng peopleI that nit happy for Sod pays M hlrRIIM gloriously HI magnltlolontly in the deep and eternal satisfactionsI of the soul SelfworlHce We all admire It In others How little we exorcise of II I How numb would we CIIIIIII chow much would we rlslfur others A very rough schoolmaster loud a pour lad that had offended till laws of the school mud ho ordered him to come upl Xllwlw nlclJII take lilT your rout instantly timid receive this whip The bray declined and more vehemently the teacher sold I ItellI I you now take nil your coat take IIlilTt instantly Tho boy again declined IItt was not Ibe cause he was iffraid of the lush ho was used to that In hiCcruel home but It was for shame He had no undergar mints and when at last he removed his coat three went up a sob of emotion troll through the lhuoIIiM they saw why III did nut wish to remove his runt and an they saw the shoulder blades almost cutting through the skin As the schoolmaster lifted his whip to strike a resolute healthy buy leaped up and sold Stop school mnushet whip mo lit is only a poor clump ho cant stand It whip mo Oh saw the teacher its going to be a very severe scout Ing Hut If you want to Ititle tho posi tion of a substitute you can do it The boy said I dont care Whip me Ill take It lies only n poor chap Dont you set thoI bones almost come tinHugh this flesh Whip mo And whclI t hllalnws cants doter min t hr boys shoulders this healthy robust lad monde 110 outcry Ho endured It all iinoom plaluingly We all soy Hravo for that lad Hravo That Is tit rplrlt of Christ I Splendid How miioh vfour f Ing huts much chastisement hen IIIIK h argulsh will lIlIlIlIdlI take or ohio n Oh that wo might have something of unit boys spirit Aye that we might have something of the spirit of losun Christ for in all our occupations am trades and businesses mud all our lift homo life foreign life we lire to re member tint the sacrifice for others will soon overIVIirn the World Will Ind Sir Ilobert Hall says the world will come to an end when the waters of the yea break through a thin spot which nuiht exist somow hero and come in non tact with the raging Tires within the globe This stems rational enough when one recalls time explosion they had over In the Indian ocean some year ago which sent n tidal wave around time globe and absolutely engulfed an In land or two Ionurnt llrnd of llnlr The yeoman who Is said to possess the longest head of hair in the world is Mercedes Lopez a Mexican Her height IKI hue feet and when she stands erect her hair trails on the ground four feet right niches The hair IU so thick that the cum completely hide herself in it She has It eat very frequently as it grows so 1IIIcklCenabling her to sell large tresses to hnr defers every month A Talented Mixer I cant understand Trot Wlinekcma great popularity an a lecturer Thats easy the IN men enjoy his lulls at the men nnd the tacit enjoy hU hits at time women Chlcapo llecori Y f = 4 PERSONAL AMD IxPzR- On his own teat tie profeir ftlonal fee of the late Sir WIIUw Jea zer amounted to 63000 a yean Mrs Wales and dasghtm Isjlte eR try made by the princess of 1falt4 ji the visitors book at a country inn where she once stopped for luncheon Princess Henry of Bnttcnbcrg wsaa the first of living members of tile royal finally to take up cycling her mount being at that time a tricycle nnd une was the hut to learn to rule upon the more fashionablel twowhcelfd tun chine John Knight n negro of Quatrmala City Guatemala who was born n slave in 1841 in Talapooan count Ala laI one of the wealthiest citizens of the country of his adoption lilt wealth hI estimated at over 1000000 and most of it was made In the culture and silk of fruit and coffee Oniclals in Cumberland county Fn find trampfarming profitable The sheriff receives n fee of nine cents per day for boarding each tramp Time con stable Is paw 175 for each arrest and the magistrate 130 for the commit uncut The trumps are committed for no days wad are promptly rearrested upon their discharge A Boston woman wrote to an agent of the five civilized tribes In Indian territory asking him for half a n doen In dian names which she wished to bestow upon household pets He sent the names o Denis 1 OFlannagan John Brown Silas P Smith 7 Q Scott Samuel lion ton and Asa P Longfellow all prom incut Indians of that region A Cleveland lady who wns about to cross a crowded thoroughfare of I lint city politely asked the assistance of n gentleman who stood beside her and who carried a heavy cane lie polite Ily assented und she took his arm After they laid crossed the street the earnestly thanked him Madam he said I fear you overvalue my protec than because I am blind A SPANISH GUNBOAT Kiided Chief Officer McCarthy Marl for tile Klnndlk In a IMIotlloiit Tacked to the wall in the stateroom of Chief Otllcer McCarthy of the troopship Orant for Manila U a photograph of a two 11uisted schooner with n party of men and women gathered nt thu Hern In the center of the group is Mr McCarthy Isee you are interested In that pho tograph he remarked to a reporlcrhueIm invited to lib stateroom a before the Grant sailed It IsI a pic ture of the schooner yacht Accta and party taken last spring Just before wo sailed for the Klondike Our course lay around Cape Horn n long trip you tee Aotea was rather small for such work she lad been a pilotbout and there were n number of women aboard to the papers sold a good deal about tilt when we started 1 suppose the peo pie who read of our going have for gotten us or think we arc still on tho way but we arc not by a long shot Im here as you see and time others well heavens knows where they are And we got away in great shape too We haul a line pannage down the count and were in such n hurry that we left most of South America to time north WIt of UK before we thought of stop ping We had kept well out to sets and hadnt spoken a single craft Wo untied home fresh water and other things and decided that Huetios AyreH would bo a good place to stretch our logs on shore And so with old glory waving at the mast head we started to ruler the harbor A Hrltlsh tramp hailed us Schooner ahoy there he shout ed loud better haul down those colors Why 1 asked wondering what ha was gettiuugat I1ell theres a Spanish gunboat lathe buy thats nil And what IIs that to us I answered a11hot Is that to you Great Scott how lung have you been out Dont you know that you arc at war with Spain l That was the first we hunch heard of It We had almost forgotten about the Maine excitement When the women got wind of the war and the Spanlsk gunboat you can guess that they made a time They seemed to have an idea that the Spaniards were u lot of pirates 1 wasnt very anxious to fall Into their hands myself nnd that Hug came down pretty quick It was necessary hat we should make port though and 1 de sided to try to sneak in We rigged up AH imitation French thug nnd with that on our masthead we waltzed past the Spanish gunboat ns brazen as your please It was only after we had conic to anchor within three tulles of shore und were therefore under the protection of the laws of a neutral port that they learned who we were and of course we would have been nabbed If we had ventured out on the high sear nguln We couldnt tell how long tW war might Jaat and didnt fancy tak i lug up our residence In lUirnoa Ayres so I sold the Actcn tit a loss and we came buck on an English ship The others scattered and shipped as MaW Igutngotleeronatransport Aufdtbttt was the end of my trip to the Klosdlkr ftOceau i i 7Y t 4 4 x r i part tA ir trtt q54 r 1 Fs i L r 4 a fa e 5 tf 4t t j i s Ij tta 4A 4r 4F 4I 4r r r I r f u r I pi li t j s IJ Ii nr t1re I r i i I IJ It J I i rsr tt- L th ti i 1I L ii i l lI I t N f r I I r 1 P 1P 4 I 4 ntI r JUfirilMS f Ajf i The kidneys ate responsible for more ickBww suffering and deaths than any ittier organs of the body A majority of tho ills afflicting people today Is traceable to kidney trouble It pervades all clntsca of society in all climates regardless of age sex or condi tion The symptoms of kidney trouble are unmistakable such te rheumatism neu ralgia Hlecplewaness pain or dull ache in the back n diviirc to urinate ofteu day or night profuse or scanty supply Uric acid or brickdust deposit in urine are dgns of clogged kidney causing poisoned and germ filled lloxl Some times the heart nets badly andl tube cs ta waiting of the kidneys are found in the urine which if nrglecitd will result in BriglaV Disease the most dangerous form of kidney trouble All thcie symptoms and conditions are promptly removed under the indufnCtI of Dr Kilmers Swamp llont I worldwide reputation for its nude I rul cures of the mot distressing CHM I No ono need be long without it as it iis jI BO easy to get nt any drug store at b111I cents or 1 You can have n sample I bottle of this wonderful discovery i SWAmp Root and a book telling all about it both sent to you Hbtolutely Fred by mailendi your addre to Dr Kilmer k Co Ilinghnmpton X Y and kindly mention that you rend this liberal offer in the HAZRI URKKS HERALD COUNTY NEVS NOTES 0 SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS Harrison Swnngo attended court nt Cnmpton lust week MrsO II Swnngo of your town gave tho Springs n cnll Friday Say Undo Huniua if the birds nil frozo how in it that tho insects did not frouzo too Quito n manlier of the young people of Jlazol Croon came out Saturday nod had their pictures taken among tho nigged clips of rocky hilljwhich is quito n pictur esque Hconory The click of tho cornplntiter intermingled with tho voices of tho warbling birds i tho gurgling croak of tho frogs with n chorus of whoa goo from tho plowboy is greeting tho oars of tho busy farmer this week and no sweeter music than this thnt nature gives cnn touch tho tondor chords of tho hardwork ing farmers heart in the spring Mr Shinor lot me shako hands with you on tho paragraph in your last letter to tho correspondents 1 too heartily appreciate tho wide space that is given us in tho dear old JlKHAU for tho littlo ntvs that wo gather from the ditlVront neighborhoods of tho country like tho sun gathers the little drops of water to cover tho wide expanse of earth May none of wo correspon dents bo guilty of blotting up its spotless pages with nonsensical Btufi as some may do but all work for tho honor nod success of TJIK ILEBALiMORGAN COUNTY MIZE MITES Corn planting is tho order of tho dayDorn to tho wifo of Win Pack a boyS Oldfiold is improving vory slowly Miss Fnnny DoBusk was hero on SaturdayJoboy Ross ia vory ill nt his homo on Grassy Kolly Murphys littlo boy has n case of whooping cough L 0 Oaskoy hail n fino horso to choko to loath on shell oats last waok Old Aunt Pop Bruuor is visiting Aunt Botty Hose find family this weekAunt rill Lung of Clifty is vis itinghor laughter Mrs Lula Little near this plnco Miss Nannie Fields is weaving herself A cnrpofc nt the residence of lior brother Joes Thorowns quite n crowd of young folks nt tho Mill Pond fishing Sat urday ovonhig About 221I think Deputy United States Marshal Jim Blair and others nrrestod Kiah J Smart the other night sad cut up his still Tho boys trill hav to goj elsewhere to get n dram or po dn- A wedding took place ou Long branch Wednesday the D6th At 11 oclock Miss Sarah J DoKusk 1ROIFlntwofficiating Jar t YrPI J QJS Hirss 5rsa Gen PWat Hnlin sfxrttoat the opera house Monday nftcmoon inI the interest of his candidacy to one of the largest gathering aver assembled in this city to hear any speaker The enthusiastic dent onstrations of the vast crowd show ed that they were in full accctrd with the speaker The speech had been previously announced for the court houe but despito the down pour of rain it would nut accom modate half of the people who came to hoar the speaker and an adjournment was had to the opera house which was in n few minutes filled to overflowing For nearly two hours he discussed the political issues of the day in a clear forcible but conservative manner without n word of nbuso for anyone and called upon any one in tho audience to ask any questions about any issues that had boon raised or any charge that had boon made against him If anybody ovor entertained doubt of this being n llardin county they do not now doubt it A number of men wont to hoar Gen llardin speak who wore against him and others who had not made up their minds and cline away supporters of Gen llardin Winchester Sun Dr Mason Kash last weok lost an open face silver watch with gold hinges und other similar trim mings Ho thinks he lost it be tween Loo City and tho Frozen hill top and will give a liberal reward for its return to this oflico or himself or for information loading to its recovery Willie II Pierattwill on Monday leave for Torrent where ho will assist in invoicing tho store of J T1 Day at Torrent and his two storm at Dundee and Xachariah lieI will be absent shoot 1t month and young ladies who wish to write him mummy address him at Torrent r itrt SINitt j OUR i RECORD t i Est 1878 250000 fJj K DISEASED CURED MEN IK t WE CURE NERVOUS BLOOD K SKIN PRIVATE K DISEASES K 250000 CURED K YOUNG ITIMIino ron t Mwhen ignorant of tho ttrriblo crime you worn committing DMjouonlyeonifdcr i evilhabitsrlblo results jcro your eyes oponul to manIinodcontraetdliimoot Were 011 curlo11 Do you now yml10IUs1Hnrelltinn You know UKll FAT1IUH MKK SON If tnnrrietI are you con finally living In ilrtnd T Is innrrlnito n falltira wltli you on account of any weak nw cauuwlliy early abuse or later ox cesaoa T Have you been tlrueeod with mercury ThU lhooklet 1I11101nt out to you mho remit of thr o rrlniPK and slutnut how our MV MlmiOl TKEAT MKNT will oiillvcly euro you It ffiWi how thoiimniN hnro been envat by our MiV XIIKATMHNT It jirovo hen wo ran UUAHANTKK TO ClHH ANY IlKAlIliK CASK OU NO PAY stn treat nod corn1M1SSiONSM VAUTPOCKU SYIIITIIS HKKT sruirrrui IMIMITUNCY Shrr- itisl 1 DUAINV INXVnHAl DIM A HI HOI K1UNKY ami BLADDER 9 luicsjcc ji CURES GUARANTEED Tho WBBM of Sin sent free Ily fnIMlnr o Unran CONStIjTATIOX liKit IMl If uonblo to rail wrlto for OiBSTION BLINK for UOMK fll1 AT lENT DIt9- KENNEDY KERGAN 122 W FOURTH STREET CINCINNATI O r n The thing for every month ofevery year is Ayer t SarsBlo81fJJiliai gl fjf ii iLmguor debility a C draggcdout condition and a general assitude summed up in the i Hthlt tired feeling mean impure blood r To Purify the Bloodn there is no medicine equal to Dr Ayers Sarsaparilla Itnot only cleanses the blood but revitalizes it It puts a spring into the step and a sparkle into the eye that mean health It restores the lost appetite induces refreshing sleep and reduces the liability to disease by changing the conditions essential to the development of disease germs Always Ask lor AY8p1ss II A+ n spring medicine during the months of March April and May I know of no other preparation that can begin to compare with Ayers Sarsaparilla It is the leader of leaders11r A WEISER MD1 Bourbon Ind It I cannot speak too highly in praise of Ayers Sarsaparilla From experience I can recommend it as the best spring medicine ISAAC S SPARKS Patsey Ky 44 I have used dyers Sarsaparilla in my family for years and highlyI equalA1 AprilItmy opinion II R WILDE Philadelphia Pa 44 Ayers Sarsaparilla iis without an equal as a blood purifier and spring medicine and cannot have praise enough I have Itched its effects in chronic cases where other treatment was of no avail and have been astonished at the results No other blood rrr Heine that I have ever used and I have tried them all is so thorough in its action and effects so many permanent cures as Ajeis Sarsaparilla DR H F MERRILL Augusta Me j Your druggist soils AYERS r 1OO a bottle six bottles for 500 r ROSEfDAVIS TIIE BlocksIIlitnSS AND WagoqIIlakeISo Have 110 time to write an ad this week but desire to announce that they are still at the old stand and ready and willing at all times to do any work in theiri line for cash or prompt paying customers Those indebted to the firm will please be considerate enough to call and settle at once as we need money to run our business and must have what is due i us ts payour own debts PAPERS Wean nmt Nice for sal eI OLIII thli office nt 80 cent per 100 U I i OWES i Sim AND VIGOR 1 jIt TrialTboand Appliance Induces me to otter It to eadertnf wllleuntandmllowbowantthemthatEleetrlclt7IauneenIttouchllllNew Eloctrle Appllaneee RiTtwInMant relief arid never my I flls to euro UhmimaUtmlUckacboKldner Earlr Troubles RndlOr1JiunOU8VIIOIIIT You may not have faith in It now tint AYInneetoaendlttnyouONTRIAL for Illuetrated 41 lllnOt1atlwonlal8envelopPROF2UO 1 IIlllch It H BRYAN SALESMAN Volt Pearson Clark WHOLESALE + GROCERS KYiI YIi General Merchandise Lumber Real cAlsoheFarmers SPRXJSG Ism TREES PLANTSVINES1 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Small Fruits Everything for Orohard Lawn and Garden L TVo employ no agents but soil nt reasonable prices Strawberry and Tree Cata logues on application to H F HILLENMBTBR LEXINGTON KY Phone 278 tost No I Hills j Inlllhili wall +l L MRS S D EASTl 11j Fashionable Milliner T1HAZEL GREEN KY I I l t II L S ROSEDAVID Ilciulqunrters Kiel Ky REPRESENTS SLIWGLUFF JOHNS 5 CO WHOLESALE BOOTS + AND + SHOES Hopkins Place BALTIMORE MD Respectfully solicits a share of the trade 01 mountain merchants L l t 1 k 7- p i Ur I r ws