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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1- V II 1 CI 0 u j f U 1 1t rlyliE EtEstablished 5 gontlnentby J Y ri owner o- anddltonLdLti The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 1 a iL YEAR I rS Irr FOURTEENTH HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 11 1800 NUMBER iy1 n 11 1i i t j I t I ry i i RRTER DRY GOODS COMPANY IJirOHTEHS AND DEALERS IN T OO Cc I AND NOTIONSLOUISVILLE KYC a Reference J Taylor Day Hazel Green 1 I j CREEN SONS IIWHOLESALE t J525 W MAIN STREET 1 lfOUXSVItlIzE If 1 j EWDEL GOSLING 3 CO lrJOBBERS1 IN I AGAPSiSiRAW GOODS Gloves Umbrellas 27 and 620 W Main St- LOUISVILLE ItYII tjj i1tSuttIewortfl Col l j MANUFACTURERS AND J01J11ERS O- PSrCLOTHINGI 07 West Main Street- S LOUISVILLE KY i TIGlJl Btans Kersey Cassimere Corduroy Touts and Suits r DUCK COATS Lre acknowledged to be Superior to any produced Sizes guaranteed us marked SOLD BY J TAYLOR DAY f HAZEL GREEN KY t frH ROBINSON NORTON CO- tIt LOUISVILLE KY t CO OLD RELIABLE UGH ONtOl CuresSURE Chills SlOO Bottles Druggists Havo It IIMPROVED TASTE PLEASANT Incurporatednsont I DE HARDWARE COMPANY WHOLESALE AUBWAREiujL e a QtX r CINCINNATI O iEefercncc J Taylor Day fluid Green f- rs C41e a JaBY 1657 Raco St r rt t LJ CINCINNATI ilhe leading house for FANCY DRY SOODS FURNISHING GOODS and NOTIONS Always havo BIG Drives taTSpooIal attention to Mail Orders XA ga eJrtta t Manufacturers and Jobbers of lOOTS SHOES 5 RUBBERS i3 W PEARL STREET If CINCINNATI t iktti e 1Ilu t WINCHESTER KY ft WITIIEIISPOON President lt R D lIUSTEIt Cashier t IUp Capital 20000000 6000000T4iof mar 5i farmers traders and businessmen trY throughout Eastern Kentucky offers its customers every and ltUbral terms within the limits of orate bankiol octlSly T YbOURNOTEUEAISEnrolopoa Ao printed at MKRALD office r i f iL ar k 11 GENERAL NEWS Nearly nIlof the European In havebeengotdrunkwas easily captured Cleveland 0wnnts the next national encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic amendeditsmoro drastic than the Arkansas lawThe nowlyappointed MndridforMayor Harrison of Chicago has Harrisonhomestend livingthero thebodiesstarvation wns recently washed ashore at Corinto Nicaraugua- Atllazelton Pa Saturday night 2000 people welcomed homeArthur DeweysflagshipManila Two skeletons of extraordinary height apparently very ancient wore unearthed near n prehistoric mound near HillsboroInd short time since An influential newspaper at Vienna Austria advocates the com bination of all Continental European powers against England and the United States Col Thomas Fletcher and John D Braddock of Arkansas will do nato to that state all the granite capitolCubas great need at present is a Spnnishhavingucation to such a degree that 76 of the people can neither read nor writeThe United States fleet which has boon on practice cruise for soy eral weeks in the Wrest Indies undor Admiral Sampson is homeward bound and has probably reached New York Joseph Lynch who fought with Dewey at Manila und has been a wanderer for years was recently informed at Chicago that ho had fallen heir to 50000 by his grand fathers loath The adjutant general of Ohio has issued orders disbanding the Ohio national guard because of a lack of discipline It is proposed now to begin at the bottom and buildup a now militia By reading a newspaper at Get tysburg Pa W A Brown n com mercial traveler first learned of the death of his wife and tho fatal injury of his father in tho tornado at Kirksvillo Mo The tallest man in the navy has boon selected to take the part of Uncle Sam in the peace jubilee to be held in Washington in Juno Chief Yeoman Wills who is 6 foot 7 inches in his bare feet Rev Borkhnm of Wheeling W Va who is also a deputy sheriff arrofeted two fugitives during di vine service chained them to the pulpit finished his sormonand then convoyed his prisoners to jail Tho American Vinegar Company has absorbed four moro plants in Chicago and about thirty factories throughout tho country aro to be closed by the trust to shut off competition and control tho price of vinegar Articles of apparel and jewelry were found 25 miles from the path of the tornado which struck Kirks villo Mo last week One peculiarity of tho storm is that it dou bled on its track doing tho great est damage on its return Tho good roads movement is attacking Crawford county Indwith such forco that tho townships aro threatening to purchase crushers and outer into tho business on a private scale if tho county commis sioners will not proceed under law j A MOUNTAIN BOY AT MANILA n Edgar Jones a Native of Morgan County Writes Entertainingly of tho Philippine IslandsAnd tho Filipino MANILA P I March 22 1800 KyDearyestordn from a long march Wo had boon fightingFilipinos hard time most of time time and you can imagine wo wore glad to got back to our barracks horn in tho city We arrived hero on tho 4th of March on the transport Ohio and ono of tho grandest sights I over saw or over expect to see was when wo steamed into tho quiet Bay of Manila On ono sido was Dowoys immortal hoot waving tho stars and stripes tovwolcomo us in while on tho othor side you could see tho masts of Spains sunken vessels just roaring thoir heads above the bluo showing tho remains of what was onco a fine float And far in tho distance tho city of Manila shono in tho rays or the tropical sun putting ono in mindof ono of tho ancient cities wo road of in historyAfter wo had stayed in our barracks two or three days wo woro called to tho lino of battle about five miles out where wo lay in tho trenches about three days when we made ono of tho grandest char ges over made in tho annals of history In tho chargo was all of Wheatons brigade including tho Twentysecond infantry Fourth cavalry six companies of Oregon volunteers six companies of Wash ingtons and tho Twentieth infan try which brought up tho roar or in other words was tho rosorvo Tho lines extended for about eight miles and thoro was not a nigger left in all tho ground wo skirmished over Wo captured sev eral of tho onomys strongholds and burnt their towns and houses as wo marched on But tho Filipinos gave us somo hot fights and when those Mauser ballsvorowhist ling around my head it mado mo thinkof my old homo in tho mountains of Kentucky But I never got a scratch except thoso from tho bamboo and briars Curtis Pioratt is hero in tho Fourth cavalry and it is camped alongside of tho Twentysecond I saw him almost every day boforo wo wont on the field Ho is in fine health but ho wants to go back home hosays Howas asking about all tho people about Hazel Groan I have so much I would like to toll you that I wont try to toll it all till I got back to the old place once moro Thou I can talk to you for hours bettor than 1 can writo it Giro my regards to all my old friends With many wishes for your suc cess in all walks of life I am as over EDGAR JONES Co L 22nd U S Infantry countryThetobacco Cigars hero aro a half cent apiece in American money Toll Dr Nickolls folks I am well and enjoying my life in Manila fine ED Many old soldiers now fool tho effects of the hard sorvico they on dured during the war Mr Goo S Anderson of Roseville York county Penn who saw tho hardest kind of service at tho front is now frequently troubled with rheumatism I had a sovoro attack lately ho says and procured a bottloof Chamberlains Pain Balm It did so much good that I would like to know what you would charge mo for ono dozen bottles Mr Anderson wanted it both for his own use and to supply it to his friends and neighbors as family should havo a bottle of i in their homo not only for rhou matism but lame back sprains swellings cuts bruises and burns for which it is unequalled For sale by J T Day Old paper 20c a hundred t KENTUCKY KERNELS Mormon oldors have boon hold ing religious sorvicosat Ezol Knights ot Pythias of Greenville arc talking of building n hall with storerooms and offices below Henderson business mon aro petitioning time citycouncil for a threo lays street fair to bo held in July There is talk of building a hotel in Tronton tho prosperous littlo Todd county town to cost 5000 Grant county will spend 20000 for road improvements now undor contract and to be completed this yearJudgo Clifton J Pratt of Hop kins county is the latest aspirant for tho Republican nomination for governorCapt Androw Jackson Brunor a native of Clark county and an old Confederate veteran died in Vorn on county Mo May 8 aged 70 James K Megibbon prominent turfman and distiller of Harrison county died of a complication of diseases at his homo near Lair on May 3- Hon John C Wood of Mt Ster ling was ronominatod for railroad commissioner on tho Republican ticket at tho Richmond convention last wook Two mon woro killed and three others seriously if not fatally in jurod by the explosion of the boiler- nt McKnights sawmill near Crof ton Christian county At Flemingsburg Charles Burns and Marion Allen confessed last Thursday to housohroaking at Eli znvillo and woro sentenced to two years in tho penitentiary Monroe Canton aged 80 years was found dead with his head un dor wider at a spring in Christian county and his position indicated that ho died while drinking- A severe hailstorm at Williams town Thursday continued for an hour Windows in ninny houses wore broken and young lambs in tho county killed by tho stones Charles Jackson colored is in jail at Winchester charged with tho murder of James Miles also colored who died at that plnco on Thursday from a pistol shot inflict ed by tho former Col Roger Williams state guard regiment recruitod as the second will horoaf tor bo known as tho first thus taking tho placo in tho state guard formerly occupied by the Louisville Legion- In a bloody general fight at Nor ton Noah Falloy was killed and two othors fatally injured There wore seven or moro men engaged and they fought with picks and axes No arrest yet made President McKinloy commuted tho sentence of tho heathen editor C C Moore to six months and his timo expires July 8 Ho was son tenced for two yoars for sending obscono matter through tho mails John Cannock stole a watch and pocket book from P K Brown n guest at Wm Ilothwells Rothwoll station but was captured at Mar iba tried boforo Judgo Taylor and sent to jail to await action of tho grand jury says tho Frenchburg Agitator Gov W 0 Bradloy has received a walking stick made from tho flag staff of the Christobal Colon with a metal shield mado from a cast ing of the Maria Teresa while tho- forule was made from the Viscaya This rolic was presented to tho gov ornor by John OBannon a ICon tucky sailor on the relief ship Ver montSeveral years ago John W Prow itt ono of tho most prominent far mers of this county was killed by falling through an elevator shaft of a tobacco warehouse at Louis fotdamages e caso tried three times tho jury giving heavy damages each timo Tho last verdict of tho lower court for 12000 damages was affirmed by tho court of appeals Wednesday Winchester DemocratI t tif On Tuesday Col Thomas Turner sold to Floyd Day 4100 acres of timber land in Wolfe county for 525 per ncro making a total of saditsono of tho best tracts of timber nboutt11lCOrondoCol Turner has owned it for many years having bought it for almost n song at a timo when mountain lands woro very low and considered worthless by many Mr Day is ono of the largest timber dealers in the country and by the purchase of this land becomes tho owner of nearly all the valuable timber land in that immediate sec tion accossiblo to the railroad This is perhaps tho largest indU vidual sale of mountain lauds that has taken placo for saute timo Mt Sterling SontinolDomourat J nsnenrlydeudcough My neighbors recommend RomnodyI givenhimInoticed an improvement and ono bottlo cured him entirely It is tho best cough medicine loverhad in tho houroT L MOORED South Burgottstown Pa For salo by J T Day I A great rush of Cinnamon thro tho United States via San Fran cisco and Texas tp Mexico arouses tho suspicion that they intend to smuggle themselves back into this country singly through the unin habited region along Rio Grande river Luna Irritation- Is tho forerunner to consumption Dr Hells Pine Tar Money will euro it und give such strength to time lungs that a coughor n cold will not settle there 23 could nt nil good druggists Mrs C E French is visiting rolativos and friends horo this weak but will probably return to Lox ington next wook Tho Laborer Is Worthy ills Hire Thankful to the people of this and tbo surrounding community for their liberal patronage ulnnn 1 have been n practicing physician nt Hazel Green I wish to say to those who havo paid mo that I RmIready to answer nay or nil professional plensuroin anythatmybillclan for I cannot afford to practice for youdontfor my sake and the sake of my children dont send after me t411AI M D dddrca GENERAL WRSMITII LEXINGTON KY ror circular or hli famous and rwpontttl COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UtilVEKSift Awarded Medal at World Kxa tlMMft 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how Mere Js a stream that runs at my feet With murmur of music aoothlnRandswcct Clear In the depths of Its sandy bed 3 can leo tho blue of the sky oerhead Hut further down just a mllo or more Its singing Is spent and on before Lies a dreary waite half land half stone And there Its waters aro all but lost LIttle life hidden life cease to moan The desolate place la speedily crossed Count not tho hours nor reckon tho cost Not dead Is the old glad undertone And sweet was the music of long ago Flow on little life Slow Howl Leave thy weeping forget thy woe Though heaven bo high yet God knows beat- Higher and nigher cornell perfect rest Nlgher and nigher there comes to theo Tho azure calm of tho Infinite sea Flow on little life now Little life brave life steadily London Spectator zz Z7 ozZZl8 tTHE wArrAlK CARUTHERS fBy gngnl WILL Vt0- C7rr + batroeby n 7- AKtllolTcNeWlplpnOO HARBER V I ZZIl SYNOPSIS Mlnnrd Hcndrlckn great detective junt returned from lioaton finds awaiting him tin unsigned typewritten letter directing him to npartmcntn In Ialacu hotell whro he will find remains of Mr Weldon Caruth orscurrently reported for punt two works to be out of town Detective seems to con nect letter with attempt made on his own life Dmo time previous UOUH with friend Jr Jnmpkln to Investigate Upon search of Cifruthors apartmcntH remains of ere mat d body and jeweled hood of victim nro fount in n vase Hand bears mnrkH of flnsof nails manicured to sharp polntH lamikln recalls rnportn of a row between Cart them and Arthur Olelow both sultorn for hand of Dorothy HuntltiKton who IH heiress to Hovcrnl millions should shirt mar ry CnrtlthcrH unconditionally In caxo of CaruthorV death Into that night lion drlckd and Lampkln cull nt home of Mlsn Sluntlngton Dorothy mentloiiH a loiter which sho had received from CnruthiTH Detective aalui to sco It C1IAPTKU IV CONTINUED The door opened just then and the heiress entered followed by her aunt Mss Huntington opened the letter and handed It to the detective Even at a distance of several feet and in the dim sensuous glow made by the light striking through the rubycolored globes the doctor saw Ileiulricks eyes Hash as they fixed themselves on the sheet of paper and noted the eager flush of his taco which betokened a dis covered clew The letter ran as follows My Dear Miss Huntington How can 1 ever hope to got your forglvencx for running nvvuy from Now York so suddenly plansilowovorIncloso the tickets for the horse Show 1 am sure Count Unntlnnl will see to your pleasure and comfort I urn hero since everyhourbeonness Hoping soon to see you again and tendering ray but regards to Mrs Win fret IMSIOVO mo Yours sincerely WELDON CAIIUTHKH8 Silence filled the room as llendricks read and reread the letter his eyes lllgeIJUmpklnDoes Mr Caruthcrs speak French fluently was the first question he dl rected to MissJIuntington lie does not speak It at all replied that young lady Or German 1 That language neither Has ho a command of any other tongue except English iNo I am positive that he has not answered Miss Huntington authorita lively Then he did not write this said Hendrlcks in n certain tone of satisfac tion peculiar to a man who has found timself correct In a conclusion derived from slight evidence Surely you must be mistaken be gnu the young lady but the detective leaned forward pointing to a line on the paper The person who wrote or dlctnted this communication iis accustomed to pcnllng foreign languages The let ter JlIO ft whole is correct Knglish but slipSeesays lots that Is one of the idlomo foreignersdoYou know we says I have been here etc ttlou certainly are most observant granted Miss Huntlngton with an Incredulous smile but I happen to know ihtit Mr Caruthcrs often dictated his correspondence to stenographers at kolcls during his travels unit ail this peciUioB i e way have employed a typewriter whoee oue weal point may bet 11a rertdiolJ von mention I tbcughV of that before I tpoktf kaki tb detective Hut typewriters s J til country usually aro English L DryI w I rtmeakh1t Rlt and wowen for Oer I jsee by the rn t1uallty of the strokes bat tWlas was done by a hand new at the business xtss Ihtntingtonsfpccfell and then a nervous worried expression cane Into It- ITeJJ me frankly the said what all this IB about- Iiendricks drew himself up- I wonder he said if you would ob ject to speaking to 1113 friend and myself alone It is a little matter that perhaps Mrs Wlnfrct may not be exI actly Interested in The heiress threw n perplexed glance nt Mrs Winfret and for n moment seemed not to he able to formulate n reply Her mutts intuition however hud been sharpened by the nervous strain upon her- Something has gone wrong with Mr Caruthers she burst forth You think I nm too excitable to hear it buM am not What has happened You may speck before her said Miss Huntlngton Blouly paling IIIn great trials she is as strung as the strongest IIWC have vital reasons for believing Mr Caruthers has boon foully dealt with sold HcndrlckK He studied their set faces for tin instant and then eon eluded The truth Is ho was murdered in his apartments on the night he was said to have left 1I0hl simultaneously burst from both ladles nnd then dead silence filled the room There was no sound without except time dull nimble of n passing stage 1I Murdered clime from the lips of the young lady- llenilrleks nodded IIBut I think we had better not go into the details tonight The papers will he full of it in the morning IIBllt you must you must have come to me for a purpose said Miss Hunt ingtnn helplessly ft was because if you will pardon the allusion I seem to see time shadow of a motive for the murder in the fact that your uncle lint stipulated in his will that your Inheritance from him de pended on MyJ marriage to Mr Caruthers in terrupted till girl Yes thrt is true Also added the detective your ncIjI quiring the fortune without marrying I him was not possible except in the case of leis death 0 h1 see what you mean exclaimed Miss Huntlngton I have no one in view quickly re sunned II Iud ricks but you must know that such a vast fortune anal the hope of wising your hand with it would bo u great temptation to many You must have several suitors and it was with the hope that you might confer with me about them that I sought you so quick lyJ Little suggestions from the foun tain head so to speak often save me much futile research The heiress leaned hack in her chair while and faint TIll delicate tapering hrml she placed on her brow shook as If with palsy Oh aunt she ejaculated and then she ttightly pressed her lips together IlIlIlltlIluhlltmCtYou think of those you really Core for said Hendrlcks snore sympathetically than Lampkiu lad im agined possible to his vutluer beaten naturet There must he manyverj many who have hoped to gain your regard The suggestion evoked no response from Miss Huntlugton Her features seemed under the control of but one dominant idea lint tint idea whatever It was deprived of her normal action Thtye can he no harm In telling nil wi know broke In Mrs Winfret who acquired considerable calmness in feel- ingI that she might be of service You know Dorothy there have been so very many The young truly seemed still too much agitated to speak Gossip irons associated your name with one of the most worthy young men In town soul llendricks delicately and as he is doubtless wholly Innocent of any connection with the tragedy you might be doing him n service to put me on to nil available clews Dorothys face was like n death mask In yellow plaster Could they possibly associate him with It she gtiestioticd Unfortunately It IK said that he had some sort of difficulty with Mr Cnruth ers only a short while before he was reported to have left the city The features of the girl shrank together nil if she lad been smitten in the face She made no reply We heard about it put In Mrs Win fret And I did not like It either The only sensible view to take of the stip ulation in the will was that Dorothy ought to carry out her uncles wishes and Arthur Golnv acted so insanely over It I advised him to go abroad but he wouldnt listen to reason It was an awfully egotistical thing his quarrel lug with Mr Caruthers in n public placeA of anger flowed into the white ness of the girls face hit Is nbsurd to speak of that quarrel at such n moment she said With spir- It except from the standpoint of its prejudicing the ignorant public against an innocent tuna III seldom make mistakes said lIeu c1rlckslon1 I assure you that I am going to work on the theory that ale low is not the man I am looking for ti F gypa Miss Iluntlngton leaned forward eigerly She almost smiled In her boundless relief J nm so glad to hear you say that she said softly kJlIe has had so much trouble already that to be suspected of this would break his heart completely- Of nil the suitors she has had I have the least use for that Italian Count Bantlnnl declared Mrs Winfret I cannot bear him in my sight Nobody knows how he ever got such a foothold in society He was introduced by Sir Jlegtnald Tyler who was the rage here for n month and went away suddenly and has never once been heard of since Count Kantlnnl seems to live kept his place only because of his learning People seemed to be afraid it would show ignorance on their part to refuse him their hospitality Count Uantlnnl mused llendricks know such n man doctor Only front having seen his name In society papers was Lampklns reply He Is absolutely the queerest hull vidual on earth pursued Mrs Winfret as If glad of an opportunity to express her dislike Dorothy has refused him three times We should never leave gone with him last night to the Horse Show If Mr Cnruthers hind not ar ranged the box party before he left I nm sure he Is n fortune hunter and It Will with that conviction in my naiad that I told him of time condition in Mr Van Courtlands will He looked perfectly bewildered when I mentioned It and made me give him all the particu tars He said nothing all the rest of the evening It war here at a reception one night llendricks eyes flashed Involuntarily and then his face became again unread ableHow long ngo was thnt1 he asked carelessly Mrs WinfretI reflected bout two weeks she replied Miss Huntington hind heen leaning forward eagerly drinking in what was said but watching her closely Lamp kin saw her gradually take on the droop of utter despondency She rose with a certain cold majesty You must really excuse me slue said I must go up to my room Oh aunt I feel so tired The gentlemen will excuse us The men sprang up Oh pardon us said the doctor This is too much for your nerves Rest Is nil I need1 answered the young lady courteously apologetic You tsmr t get something soothing to drink rend try to sleep advised Lamp THE PERSON WHO WROTE THIS IS AC CUSTOMED TO SPEAK THE FOREIGN LANGUAGES kin and he hacked from the room followed by the detective Outside Hcndrlcks seemed absorbed in thought Well Inquired the doctor as they struck out down the avenue We trust sift OIclow to the bottom sighed Hitulrieks Hut I thought you said 1 know I did mind I meant it at the moment but Miss Huntinirton knows something to onset my theories In his favor She Is nbsolutely convinced that Giclow In in for itt and it must he pow erful evidence to make a woman bo here her lover guilty of murder Ah doctor It it had been In my power to have comforted her Id never have let her go to her room looking as she did CHAPTKU V Mrs Winfret solicitously accom panied her niece to her chamber She dismissed the drowsy maid and herself undressed the girl and snt beside her bed for some moments Her own nervousness seemed to have taken a little flight Into the realm of gratified vanity over hawing nldtd n famous de tective In n must important investiga Lion When Dorothy teemed quieter she rose and went softly to her own roomDorothy found herself alone There was an awful solemnity about the artistic chamber with Us high ceiling decorated with figures that seemed to rise from their somber background nnd lightTheIntrequentTheoclock The moonlight chill anti ghostlike fell in through n window- It is no use cried the girl I cnn see no hope for him Oh God help mel She rose and drawing on a wrapper nnd thrusting her feet Into slippers she went to her writing desk in n corner nnd sat down For a moment she leanedher head on her folded arms nnd her lips moved mutely Then she opened the dealt nnd from n secret drawer took out a package of letters to them Sha wasand began peruse searching for evidence with which to nubdue the horrible fear that was tak ing root in her consciousness As she laid each note aside a voiceless convic tion cried out In her heart One of the letters she held before her long and steadily while her beautiful eyes dis tended and her breath almost ceased It contained some passages which had suddenly risen before her minds eye during the talk in the drawingroom They ran as follows Then thcro ore times darling when ra tionality seems to desert me leaving me litho more than n man with the furious Instincts of a goaded animal It Is almost- moro than I can bear to think feel know that your whole soul Is mine and yet that wo must part because it would beggar you to link your fate with mine In tho face of all this when I meet the man tho human barrier to our happiness 1 become a ver itable savage The other night at Hurleys stag din ner a man rose and drank to you and him and offered congratulations Caruthcn was manly enough to admit that there was no positive engagement but ho raid It was tacitly tho same thing Then a fellow spoke up and said Of course Its settled Caruthers Tho woman never has beer born who could refuse to innrry a man at a sacrifice of ten millions In hard cash The whole party excepting myself drank drank to you and him While they were getting up 1 left the room I thought I was unnnotlced but ho had his malicious eye on mo and grinned knowingly As I looked back and saw his taunting taco a horrible Idea crept Into my brain Knowing that you dcaplFO him and that they will eventually bend your spirit to tho ordeal of marriage to him It Hashed Into my road that If ho wore to fall dead whore he stood you would bo free we would be lib crated Inter another thought came that If he were to fall by my hand end even If I had to give up my life In consequence you would secure your Inheritance and In the end would find happiness Pardon me dar ling but I am beside myself today Bun tlnnl hates him as cordially as I do I can detect that In his constant allusions to the will And 1 am sorry for Bantlnnl be cause he In suffering also I have never liked him before but Move to hear him de nounce my rival It Is sweet musiC to my car and the count sees the Injustice to ma In It all- The girl did not finish the letter She- was convinced now of her lovers guilt Again her head drooped downward till It rested on her cold orals She told herself that Indirectly she was to blame fur it all She had really intended to throw the inheritance to the winds rather than crucify the purest yearn ing of her soul and drag the man she adored down Into the dregs of despair and she bitterly reproached herself for not nt once acquainting hint with tint secret resolve She hind refrained only at the earnest request of her solicitors who begged for time to investigate tho legal status of time matter before she acted and site had allowed them mind her aunt to overpersunde her and now She tried to sob out the awful agony pent up within her but her eyes re mained dry her torture became more nitd more severe She rose und with hurt hands clasped behind her neck and her head drawn downward she began to pace to and fro Near the door she walked Into the arms of Mrs Winfret Oh darling cried that lady I thought you were nsleeep For sods sake dont talk to me The girl ground the words between her teeth Mrs Wiiifrct put her hands on the girls shoulders and turned her rlglfJ face to tit light It was as if Mrs Win fret were afraid tint n single word from her would yoke another outburst fat she said not a word Oh aunt t escaped the girls white lips fIrcannot bear itI simply can notThe elderly lady released her nice and satt down You believe Arthur Gielow did It she said slowly and distinctly Well I am afraid so too Poor lellow hr must hnvtt been out of his senses but It 3 a disgrace to bring your name before tthe world In such an outrageous mnn tier Dorothy moved quickly to live aunt nnd laid her hands on her shoulder I must see hint at once she saId calmlyI decidedly lie has done It mill for me lie must be told that time crinte has been discovetcd He wns in hh studio this afternoon I must warn him of escapefircatgo gasped Mrs Winfret ITO HE CONTINUED Honrit Not the llent Policy lIe was an honest young man unuseii ito the ways of society and making tt youngladiesshe snide It seems to me I would giveI almost any other worldly possession In exchange for beauty Dont mind If youre not handsome he replied its much better to be kind and good Then he went home wondering what had given him n chill Detroit Free Press ICNIlllulMIIl There is n great deal of difference she said with sarcasm between the betorflhe Before threedollar bunch SIIJIIIThnnkanti kindand generous nut after when ho gives her threefourths of bus salary she merely looks hurt and snyst Is that nil Washington Star YouththatScrimby wearsYes adresslCleveland t IIEvil Dispositions a Are Early Shown Just so evil in the hijJ comes out in shape of scrofa ula pimples dcin children and young people Taheti ml time it can be eradicated bfl using Hoods Sarsapatill In older people the aftermath of irregular living shows tif self in bilious conditions af heavy heada foul mouth a general bad feelinghIt is the blood tho impuro blood friends which is tho real cause Purify thnt with Hoods Sarsaparilla andtv happiness will reign in your family 11 Blood Poison I lived In a bed of Ore for years owing to blood poisoning that fol r myjbodyhospitals in vain I tried Hoods Sarsapa ia rllla It helped I kept at It and was cnT tlrely cued I could go on the housetops and shout about It Mns J T WILUAMS 1 Carbondale Pa Scrofula SoresMy baby nt two months hid scrofula sores on cheek and arm Local applications and physicians medicine did little or no good Hoods Sarsaparilla cured him permanently lie la now four with smooth fair skin Mas- S S WROTEX FarmlnBton Del Jfoo SaUabwuf Bonds fills cure liver 11111 non lrritatln and limo onlyVttTiartlc to tale with llooda Kntiap fi11 =HE DID NOT HAVE IT Slow n JoahlMK JudRC Suited flown u lellKliIull Fresh YOIIIIK Man William Lightfoot Visscher tells this char acteristicstoryof lion Isaac Parker fanmous as the terrible judge at Fort Smith Ark who probably sentenced more men to be ex ecuted than any other judge that ever lived This was not however because he was so unrelentingly severe but because he had the hardest arid most numerous lot of crim inals to deal with that ever came Within the jurisdiction of such an official One day when there was un unusually harp batch of culprits to be sentenced the juifge looked compasisonatcly over his spectacles at one young scamp and said In consideration of the youth and inexperience of this prisoner I shall let him oil with a fine of 50 Before the judge had done speaking tho very fresh young man coolly stretched hit right leg and ran his hand into hu trousers pocket on one side remarking nonchalantly as he did ro Thats all hunk judge Ive got that much right here in my jeans II Andone year in the penitentiary con cluded the jmtye Then looking over at the convict in n quizzicalsort of way tie added Do you happen to have that in your jeans Womans Home Companion IS YOUR- HAIR TURNING GRAY 1 What does your mirror say Does it tell you of some little streaks of gray Arc you pleased Do your friends of the same age show this loss of power also grayhairwithout help while dark hair rapidly becomes gray when once the change begins Agers llirVlqor I will bring back to your hair the color of youth It never tails It is Just as sure as i that heat melts snow or thattwater quenches fire t It cleanses the scalp also I and prevents the formation of dandruff It feeds and nour ishes the bulbs of the hair making them produce a luxu riant growth It stops tae hair from falling out and gives a fine soft finish to the hair wellWe a book on the Hair and Scamp which you trey obtain trio u requeetif obtain all the beneBU thevigorAddressll J ATiqtLowellass i 1Iil t ly if tch f r py t 1 t a k rs i i tfttT idt e l r r I- r4 t f 1 kra t 1 t i Y I VwwtM hrr ITT tn TI 0 0 U- I tI C dh t f f i r 1 t I t J l 1 I i i IPi f I r I I I 1 I 1 I I t I I 1 1 itre l Ii- IcQ i f de r G 4 IIiffIifI1rMiI r The Cause of Free Silver IMiJ t J It t ItItlJ JiJIt THE GOLD METAL TRICK Catch Ihranca Are the Main Stock of Those Who Amue for the Single Standard The gold metal trlfck is undoubtedly the most ingenious and simple device ever Invented by man to defraud and plunder the honest confiding labor class And when Its far renchhlg re sults are considered it Is the most stupendous antI successful bunco game ever worked on the most intelligent and highly civilized nations of the world The scheme originated in IEngland and is n product of the brain of tit Hunk of England Jew financiers The gold met nl scheme owes not n little of its success to the jargon its inventors use Plenaantspundlng phrases like Motor Keelys ingenious scientific vocabulary have not a little mystic power on the public nnd people of more than ordinary intelligence art readily hum bugged by them told hnlHiat first used by the Inventors of our modern money phrases hint was dropped for the more captivating tern of gold standard Sound money Is another ingenious but entirely mean ingless term or phrase used by gold bunco steerers Honest money also a captivating part of their jargon nnd debased currency ore the chief phrases of this financial jargon used to conjure with nnd delude a simple too confiding public If a meaning descriptive of money be searched for in these terms It will not be found They are a mean jingle to please the ear and confuse the pub lie mind not unlike the sleightofhand tricks of a juggler Gold Iis very little f In use us money but ns metal wholly independent of money and for the liar pose of controlling the functions of money It ISTassumed that a certain number of grains of gold shell rcpre rent a money unit and nothing else shall be used to constitute that unit The legal tender power of government conferred on money is sought to be abolished anti the money function lodged in gold metal alone 1y clan destine legislation secured multI by Ibrlhlry the gold metal bunco men t have well nigh accomplished their pur t L loset money which affects exchanges the only true function of money IK I silver nnd paper This money nnd gold metal which banks may mold are used on which they IIJ11IrlllI I or discount I promissory notes that are liens on the property of borrowers Through these mediums the business of the country f is transacted When u given number of grains of gold alone constitute the p money unit nil evidences of debt evil I for their redemption or settlement in gold or Its equivalent The legal ten It der money function being taken from government tumid lodged in gold the quantity money is controlled by the owners of gold All debts or deferred payments calling for gold the holders of such obligations very readily draw nil gold into their 1possession or control completely that which is not held in their possession by the debts which they hold TIll ingenious contrivance of substi tuting gold metal In place of govern meat legal tender it wiI he readily f seen places the entire controlt of money jn the hands of the creditors and hav Ing control of the mateyof the coun try they hold complete control of all the property of every kind ned fix prices at their pleasure iovcrnment U powerless to aid the people and goy ernment Itself becomes the servant of Jhe gold monopoly or trust lnderthe whollycplace The amount of gold in existence representing the quantity or rather prescribing the quantity of money that shall be issued must forever hold down the price of property on the level with the quantity of gold in the world The quantity of gold is steadily falling I behind the Increasing amount of prod lets to be exchanged by money und the increase of population Under this con jdltlon of affairs falling prices are in evitable nnd the industrial or produc ing classes must grow poorer bylmlng + to increase tin products of their labor tb buy a dollar In effecting the ex productsUnder financial sys governmentihoulown command gold to redeem it with Sthe currency immediately drops to a discount The number of dollars re pulred to purchase or exchange for the prescribed number of gold grains con tltuting the money unit will be In creasedwhich is the same thing as a Pjfall In the price of merchandise A It government attempts to tae Its Prerogative of Issuing money when deprivedof the power of legal Render Its currency is placed at a dls pount and nil debts government and periodQffir redeemable money nnd prices of reaucts are nominally high will call 1 thatrirepresents pay Up04 the debt Is held up to represent j the number pf grains of gold Its unit call for while the money and property which the debt IB based on and repre sented in equity is scaled down This piece of financial legerdemain is the cause of our national corporation municipal and mortgage debts now peopleThe metal financial system was exemplified under the Harrison and Cleveland adminis gotdIlnnnclnlld greenbuckswhich is a legal order binding on Its servant to obey to pay silver III their redemption It was well known to the country and to Mr Harrison mud Mr Cleveland that the greenback run on the treasury was a fraudulent Shylock transaction they noted as though the government was ns securely under the gold metal trust ns though the law hut placed them in that position Mr Me Kinlcy stands rtndy to do the sums thing if opportunity offers The transactions under these admin iterations serve as an object lesson of what the gold metal financial system is capable of if securely placed in power by congress nnd the president Money was drawn out of the treasury to make the nation appear to be in u state of poverty nnd borrowing was resorted to to replenish the treasury and keep up the nations credit The same mono ey was paid back in exchange for inter estbearing bonds that was drawn out with non imterest beluing greenbacks which In no other sense differed from the hands In point of safety except the matter of interest If the gold metal system was established not only goy eminent but every business firm and Individual would be placed in the power of the gold trust as completely ns liar rison and Cleveland illegally plnce1 the government and1 President McKin Iley stands ready to do There Is a bill now before congress with provisions to establish permanently this gold metal system Instead of the constitutional government system tend it is there by the suggestion and desire of William McKinley to sell Ms country to the gold sharks in exchange for their aid lo give him another term of the presl dencyyF IK 1 Kwlng in Silver Knlghv Watchman A HARD CASH STORY The Silver Diillnr and the Colil Coin Pull Into mi Argument on lroo Silver A Silver Dollar dropped Into a cash drawer where there was a Gold Coin When his eyes became accustomed to tin darkness he discovered hiCOlli lam tloh and cried out merrily Hello Mrl Hold Coin you look bright and new Ami wiry shouldnt I look bright and net replied ihe Gold Coin 1 have nothing to do Well now that sounds strange mused the Silver Dollar I have more than IIsun do lit1 Sold Coin The lold Coin languidly sniffed his aristocratic nose and rtmarkid That is nothing to me I do not have to go out among the common people and work lilt you do I have substi totes to do my work and you Mri Silver Dollar art one of them Then still the Silver Dollar with a merry twinkle In his bright eye you are not money you merely represent money while I am the real thing Humph unuttered the Gold Coin with a lofty nlt1I should like to know how you came to be moneyu com mon fellow like you Time Silver Dollar was too good na tured to get angry nt the surly reply of his companion but smiled pleasantly mind saidWell Mr Gold Coin that Is rosy form to do While you lie here in the drawer and represent moneyas you say I nm the real stuff I dont represent anybody or anything I am no mans blavp I am free and I go out and circulate among the people and make tiem all happy and prosperous while you lie here in the dark timid do nothing You might as well not be In existence for your substitutes as you call them could do their work without you iif well as with you Mississippi Vullev Democrat Sound Money Patriots Sonic of the cable telegraph compa tiles have presented pretty steep claims to the government for damages for the Interruption of their business caused bythe Spanish Will Doubtless in time they will receive ull that they demand In order to effect nn early settlement the companies might with the con currence of the authorities select us sole referee some jut man now in the public service to pass upon their claims Ve have a dim recollection that such a course was pursued by another tele gruph company trot so ljng agoIn fact strce the Incoming of the present administration with entirely satisfactory results to the company Of course the reversing of a lawful act of a former republican postmnasler gen eral was a matter of little consequence Knights of IAborJournal f A GREAT tlen cro rrjj McKittloyM HrnnKht Abfcwi by Coercion nail Cur ruvtlnn In a recent address Kev BurtoKste l Howard the noted Congregational preacher of Los Angeles Cnl snld- Xo policy was ever adopted in time history of the world that savored more of the sophistry that n good end justi1t tIed a corrupt weans It Is like playing the harlot to obtuin mousy to put on the collection plate Do not tell me that the men who manipulated that I great fund for buying votes the men who intimidated and coerced by threats of various calamities the poor voter who was forced to make UHrtluimllso of his- manlmod in order to hold his position and save his little ones front starva tion do not tell me that these men who subverted the fundamental principles of a republican form of government time rightt of independent suffrage and the free choice of those who shall rule over us believe In republican Institu tions They do not They believe that they have found tomcthing better than n democracy They have bartered the legacy of our forefathers for financial aid commercial despot inn If some man woul declarc that this talk of coercion is false he must go to some one else besides till to find a patient and credulous listener to his 1 I IIpproalhllIInenings and insinuations Wns I not myself told that should I vote for that princely soul whom 1 am proud to cull my frvnd William Jennings1 BIn II whom any man may lull his friend for he is the frlciMl of man rather than of parties was 1 nut told that should 1 vote for him my church would lose the patronage of certain in fluential men who were Intending to become a part of my congregation lye was 1 not insulted and humili ated by being requested by certain in dividuals who shall be forever nameless to tale my ballot on election day my ballot the sacred credentials of my manhood and of my citizenship the emblem of that holy sacrament of po lineal fellowship in civic liberty the sign timid seal of that Irvine birthright which marked me as a freeman among freemen that should take that badge of my own personal independence and show It already marked for the bal lot box to venal republican who Were designated and assure them that I would east It for William McKinley V Think of itllitll What dill I say I said this You go hack to time men who sent you here and toll them that this IIs my IlpllutlcllltlI dmi- you ircat cheering And if ever such language is permissible that was tilt time It wiiK not the mlnluter nut the man who spoke and the man Is always larger than his calling From that day Iregistered a solemn vow that so long as the republican party was dominated by hitch a policy I would never vote Its ticket And I will not so help me Cod Nor will L vote for any Pmrly which attempts to prostitute my manhood I have never made this statement public before 1 stake it now in order that some of my friends ninny understand my position and the reasons which impel me to take it Men am I wrong Shall any thing stand higher in any mans esti mation time ills own hoifor Compared with the crime of 181H5 when a direct blow was made at tit very foundation of our republican in stitutions the crimi1 of 187V i as mint h ing What dots It signify the raising of that immense conupllon fund What does thin1 openly avowed partici potion of tit railroads and of great corporate bodies and trusts In 128Iitui iiI and state polities indicate These thing I nd icuk not only a conspiracy on the part of the captains of Industry and the owners tf great monopolies and the shrewd operntois in fin a HIT to ma nipulate till affairs of state mind con political Institutions for their own ad vantage but that the leaders of a great party the commercial and moneyed magnates of this mighty country have lost fihh in the fundamental principles of the republic have tensed litim their allegiance to the institutions of our governmental system and lave deter mined to substitute for the free func lions of democracy the iron rule of a financial tad commercial despotism IniiierlnllHtla Ilrniiureii A dispatch from Washington announces that preparations ire being made for an official investigation into our new West Indian possessions The secretary of war Mr Alger has invited the members of the senate and house military committees to take their wives tad accompany him on u tour through he West ladies They will visit Porto Rico and Cuba The party will fail from Kcw York March C which immediate ly after the adjournment of congress on the steamship Merlin mind will be gone until April 1 The party will live on the steamer during time entire journey and make short trips into the Interior of Cuba and Porto Rico Thus those in position to enjoy those things are quick to seize the pleasures of Im perialism ut public expense Utca Ob crver Senator Honnn marine bounty bill looks like ia new scheme to extract gold from sea water Fruyds keep on as long IK the peopleare suckersSt- hook Ilepuba t 11 + 71 2 0 r k A d rTIbE FOR TREXA j pJiEr rile AtMtHbll AdmlnttttratioH Addr Treachery to Uriuiton- oC Duty I the treaty of pace has been ratified The traitors copperheads and ob ytructionista no longer stand In lima way of progress Is It not time that the administration should declare to the people of this country its policy respectingtime Philippine archipelago Are we not entitled to know either from the white house or from the senate chamber just what is to be done with time islands Is there nay longer an excuse for concealment or delay The question Is an Important one It Involves momentous consequences We are to continue on a war footing In definitely paying1 heavy taxes for the maintenance of u large armyor we mire to revert gradually to the status quo ante laHum devoting ourselves to commerce instead of conquest We should know at once which policy we are to follow We have no such knowledge now- 11illlnnt McKinley Is the lender of his party at least he Is supposed to be Can anyone from his contradic toy declarations form an idea of the republican partys policy with regard to the Philippines A year nnd a half ago he declared officially that terri tonal aggression would be a crime In September of this year he adopted the policy lu once denounced and through his commissioners at Paris demanded and secured from Spain the cession of till entire Philippine archipelago Throe months ago he proclaimed to the Filipinos that they were to be made subjects of the American republic benevolently assimilated us he preferred to put it Yet a week later his personal organ in Chicago retlm forced by Senator Fornker in Washington ex plicitly denied that tthere was any in tent lout to assimilate the Filipinos against their will 1 Is anything to be made of this jumble contradictions affirmations one week denials time next Why shouldnt time president speakOr 1 If the president wont speak why shouldnt the senate speak for him We have heard from time senate u great dent of perfervid patriotic oratory during the last tIn weeks Appeals have been made to tthe loyalty of ant 1ex pansion senators The old thug has been waved as persistently us if an appropriation fill were under discus floll Ratify the treaty II s patriotic Americans has been tit cry and It has been responded to Yet now that the treaty hUll been ratified there is no disposition manifest to define the policy of tin government In the Phil ippines Thus ttreachery Is added to evasionI Surely this Is a cowardly and pitiful attitude to be assumed by n party which claims to have behind it the great ma jority of tin people democrats as well as republicans All tint Is needed Is a simple declaration front the presi dent or from the 1111111 hJrl we to keep tht Philippines Itemporarily or permanently Is territorial aggres sion a crime or is it tint Are we to lickI war stamps until the end of time or are we some lily to return to tin comfortable if inglorious task of mind ing our own business leaving dirt Pill pinos time Cubans and all time other barbarians on earth to take clue of tthemselves Isnt there manhood enough in the national administration to face time question and nuke n plain answer once foroll Chicago Chronicle PRESS COMMENTS Deficit without imperialism 150 000000 With Imperialism what will the harvest blUtlea Observer It happens that fen Kagan isnt like tit man who doesnt stand in with the utlllllnlstrutlonlIInghulllton pr- Y Leader Not one private soldier was called before the war investigating commis sloe The private soldier got the proof of the pudding by eating it and his testimony was not wanted Knusuti City times Our soldiers must get used to slaughtering human beings by wholesale and shedding blood in rivers nnd the American people at home must get used to reading about it for it U urn inevitable accompaniment of the policy of imperialism timid conquest of territory upon which the administra tion has entered with such apparent determination and gusto Wheeling llcglster More than 850000000 worth of the exports of the country last year were the products of the farm and In the aggregate they held first place In the countrys foreign commerce The tariff 11azt been patting Itself on the 1 back for the commercial expansion but it seems that after all It Is chiefly the unprotected farmer who Is carry lag the flag around tile world Phila delphia Record Time public has reason to be sus picious of the marked tendency toward usurpation of power by the present executive administration and toward wanton disregard if the expressed wishes of the people through their law fun representatives The McKlnJcyltea arc sowing the wind of anarchy jn their disregard of law hind established precedent The whirlwind will follow Grand Baptdi Mich DowooraL i L7jj c IJI HO flCPPtlOirAL flRIOALKrupp J grist Onrmtn gtta iarteMr fftuturr haImiuJel Nin iftit Some one 1slA werial ilJ at jif l of the great men of the world have wwit blue eyes lord Salisbury says that when alad- the J lie Used to commit to memory brdons of Cicero and that he can sUli rjK cite the more fatuous ones l1liouLaJ mistake 1n hay HooBevcIts study nt Albany N V U the head of a largi deer the victim of the owners rifle Und vf ihtl V spreading antlers hnnga the campaign hat of the rough riders lieutenant col ouch When Hobby grows up he will be a politician for when he was asked Hobby wont you give a penny to help build Lafayette a monumcl1tIIlc replied No maam not unless the git his birthday fer a hollerday i r Dont go near my pictures they smell badlyl of paint said llctnbrandt to his visitors Of course It was only his jocular way of warning people that his canvases or at any sate thee majority of them ought to be looked at from a distance M Vernon the Trench artist who en J graved the medal offered to thccxarbj the Trench fleet has received an order from the king of Denmark Corn me dnlllon of Queen Louise to be prepared froiu the best of the fancily photo graphs The sacred book of the Sikhs now In the possession of the mnrquls of luf ferln is only about half the size of a postage stamp An even smaller vol Hiur would contain the records of thu good work that some men do who oc copy a largo splice in the eyes of the worldGaribaldi was once presented with a medal mantle of his own blood The giver was Dr ManinI of Naples who was well known as a petrlfler and preserver of the human body Dr Ma tutu In offering his gift to Garibaldi said that whenever the general looked nt it It would brace him up for the last fight and across the medal were en graved the words The blood of Cnribaldi Is forever red Time strange + medal Is preserved by the generals deKccndnnts ESKIMO PECULIARITIES hey Will Nat Drink AVlilnky Hat V lluiky TlilnkH Little of ICIII- Inif Ills Kmully D llnnbury Fellow of the Royal Oeo graphical society London England and an explorer of sonic renown spent a part of last summer on the west side of Hudsons bay leaving Winnipeg In June and going ns far north as Marble Islam n little south of Chesterfield let Mr 111111 bur is thoroughly con versant with the manners and customs of the Indiana In the great Canadian northland He spent seven months with the Yellow Knife Indians around the great water stretches of the north and when he left them was able to speak a good deal of their language and understand considerable that was said in the sumac tongue- NotlmiugeunittducetheYeilowKplvca or the log Rib Indians the explorer states to come over to the Hudson bay basin as they are In mortal dread of time Eskimo It appears that they were at whir formerly and the Indians received a severe drubbing hence their fear of the Ksklmo Mr Hunbury however irI delighted with the 1 Ksklmo saying thai they are firstrate people to travel with and mire us loyal and true as steel to the white turn He points out that there in u great difference between the ICuklmoJ and Indian character The first are guy while the latter are morose nUll sullen Time KukimoK although quite ignorant arc absolutely happy and will always be found laughing and In the religionMrWhen u Husky dies that Is the end of him according to their belief so the missions at Churchill and cUewhere have been unable to make even a little out of the Eskimo If they get plenty of tea and tobacco the Eskimos are all right although It Is only of Jatethat the Husky drinks tea Mr Hanbury says life Is just II safe In those remote wilds as In thor any v J other Canadian city although he has a photograph of a Husjty who broke alt hiii family ties by killing bis wife and all her relatives This however Ilsaa isolated case and the affair would be called a family trouble in clrllteed coun tries Time murderer still lire1 up there and his crime does not appear to ratheavily upon his conscience The explorer says the Keklmo aw exactly In the same condition asJn thvdays of Franklin and their number does not seem to have either diminished or increased They are total abitilnern in spite of the Btpriei afloat about thesfr people gcttingliquor from the tech can whaler and becoming drunkard Ifshpalieentlmemiefueetotartellntm ic 1 time and again and for some reaftit they hold It In the greatest 1arrer 1 They will follow the whltenlaa iSa- ywhereK Y Times f Burglary ViiproHenYle lu Leadert Burglary no longer payaJJ Los Ia The police reports for last yii aj 1 that ewhoJ efr Vlriity ehtt I eakaed oalr OI4OOICkJta fI J 1 Ait jj ut k 1ir n fttR1la J ro t4t + rJi Yyi ifl fi t frJItJn 1 t I rl f S tl d4iydflra a + t fr i il I i SL 1 I ire TryA 4r 1 kuLI i- I 8sA I 1 Tar bJ n y- s i jJlaa i 1 F i 4 jjti u T t a t 4- f 1 tty y f 7 t- A f 3- r i t ti t- F r F I 1 I IaaJ t l1Ir rj O I LI M it J n r 8 rt w r 1 ss i- LtI I I i I i r t 1- a 1 Ij LL fIIHERALDf BrzOBIl COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY May 11 1800 liI FOR GOVERNOR PPs WAT HARDIN I I OF HARRODSBURQ 4L +AnnoUna ement + 0 Fur Htnte Auditor Wo nro authorized to announce JOHN B CHENAULT of Madison county M a cnn dilate for Auditor of Kentucky subject to the action of the Democratic convention in 1899 DEAR Sit I bog to announce I my candidacy for tho office of oommiBsionor agriculture IIuv ing boon a farmer all my life as woll as n lawyer by profession it seems to mo that my qualifications in that rospoct aro entitled to fair consideration I should at all ovonts bo very glad to bo assured of your personal good will und support Very truly TourAH Ginsox Porsonally wo are unacquainted with Mr Gibson but nevertheless we take pleasure in introducing him to our readers on account of his brother Hon Hart Gibson of Fayotto a warm personal friend and a magnificent gentleman in all that tho term implies Taking it for granted that Mr Gibson tho candidate is a piece oft tho same bolt of brilliancy uo have no hesitancy in saying to our farmers that thoy will slake no mistake in giving his claims choico consideration Ho lives in Woodford and his circular is dated at Mirador Farm Ouu old friond C B Hill scorns to have a cinch on tho Democratic nomination for secretary of state judging from what wo have soon in newspapers and hoard from indi viduals Brock Hill was raised in Leo county and only recently re moved to Winchester In his own homo county in tho county of his adoption and wherever ho is gen erally known ho has hosts of good anti truo friends who will glory in his triumphant success Person ally wo should indeed bo proud of his preferment and wo hope tho pooplo of Eastern Kentucky tho Democratic party at least will give him their individual support JOHN B CHKNAUIT tho Madison ibandidato for state auditor con tinues to lend in his race and is so far ahead that tho other candi dates scorn to Jiavo boon lost in tho ohaso P l Tho Farm Journal tae nearly two million readers each issue it is putting in a now press that will print 200 copies n minute j it is tho pos farm paper in America and it pleases tho women folks all to piocoa Wo have made a special arrangement by which wo are able to send the Farm Journal for the balance of 1300 and all of 1000 1001 1002 and 1003 nearly fivo years to all subscribers of TUG HAZEL GHEES HERALD who pay a your in advance Call and got a sample copy Plcaso bo prompt After 11 year of honest toil it looks as though all our work must spoil WITHOUT SALT TO Just walk up and lay a I dollar down and Ill bo a happy man in town i Roy J H Wallin will preach at Gillmoro Sunday morning at tho l usual time and hero at night Oscar Young of Maytown died rrly yesterday morning J V Written for THK HERALD TUB MODEL nOTt No doubt yonyo seen sotna model boys AB you go traveling round And should you visit Hazel Green Youll find one In this town Hes not like others you may see And meet with every day He patens to his pa and ma Because hes built that way Ho does not walk In mud holes As some boys do today Ho says his pa dont give him shoes To wear out in that way He doesnt rack and fool about And thump his sister round- I i tell you friends it is a fact JIb equal cant be found Ive known this boy two years or more Been with him in the house i lies at his best when sound u sleep And quiet as a mouse Perhaps youll meet him sonic fine day With nil hell have a chnt i The name of this great master mind Is little Tom Ilcratt ISAM WILSON Hazel Green Ky TIio Eafllo Kino of All Birds is noted for Its keen sightclear and distinct vision So are those persons who use SutherlandH Englo Eye Salvo for weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kind or granulated lids Sold by nil dealers at 25 cents Died on Monday nt his lionu in the Cox mill neighborhood Robt Nickell Ho was buried lit tho Holdorby place Tuesday Coughed 25 Years I suffered for 25 years with n cough and spent hundreds of dollars with doc tore and for medicine to no avail until I used Dr Hells Pine Tar Honoy This remedy makes weak lungs strong It has aaved my lifeJ B Ilosscll Grants burg II- IUncle Andy Nickoll of tho Cox mill neighborhood is quito ill and his advanced ago renders his condition dangerous Hon John W Yorkos of Boyle county will bo run as tho Bradley candidate for tho Republican nom ination for governor anti will bo opposed by Gen W S Taylor as tho representative of tho Hunter factionMrs Wiloy Perkins was in town shopping Monday TO CUUIJ A COM IN ON11atY Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money if it fails to cure 20c The genuine has LB Q on each tablet SPItING 1SUll 4 TREES PlANTSVINES Fruit nnd Ornamental Trees Shrubs Small Fruits Everything for Orchard Lnwn nnd Garden lGfVo employ no agents hut soIl at reasonable pricos Strawberry and Tree Un tn loguos on application to HR HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY P h o no 278 YOUR MAIL ORDERSF- or nnythint and everything in the line of DUUOS SUNDRIES TOILET AUTF OIES PERFUMES SOAPS TOBACCOS CIGARS mid Prescription Specialties will be promptly tilled by us us 11111 you cant find what you want in your own stores JAS K COOPER Druggist 5M3 LEXINGTON KY 0 1515A1IOn + ttorneyaiLaw1 COLUCTIOXS A SPECIALTY AND RI TURNS PllOMPTMT MADE 451 W JEFFERSON STIIEKT LOUISVILLE KY Unforeuce J Taylor Day Hazel Green JAmAU nEEMD Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY Surgcry and obstetrics a specialty J TAYLOR DAY Wholesale nnd Retail dealer iu General Merchandise Lumber Real Estate c Also President Hazel Green Fair and Driving Park Association and the Farmers Exchange PAPERS Clcnn and Nice tar axleOLD this office at 80 cents per 100 H 98VI vBY BUYINQ OIREOT FROM I IE ROSENBURGER CO I I 202204 E 102d St NEW YORK CITY The Largest Clothing Manufacturers In America i OUR GREAT BARGAIN OPFCRI I I I tL1JITSADONISl216 we Pay expressage These Sultt nre mndo up of All Wool Coiilmertv trimmed with atbtnc4Salem tJic but of workman utilp cut Itouble lIutcd Sin j to 9 Lean with Silk tmbroldcrtd Snllor Collar 10 to 15 lean with out Sailor Collar AIIIaou ban Patent WalitlUndi We tend piece of the cloth and extra button with tech suit Kindly mention If large or small for ego When ordering tend Pat Office Exprctt Money Order or Registered Letter alia age at last birthday and If lama or small for his age Miner cheerfully refunded IIf not tntlfnctory Send te stamp for ample tope miaturi measuring tna rte k FRED Ja II EJroTZ- manUfacturiQU JcweIr DKAIKU IX Watches Clocks Jewelry Diamonds SILVERWARE OPTICAL GOODS Solid Gold and Silver Medals and Class Pins EyUnexcelled Repairing Facilities IIS ilnlu StrcetI LEXINGTON1 KY Price Mat for Watch and Clock Repairing Cleaning Watch Amerkiin make 150 II U Old English Levor 200 slain Spring lCO Cleaning Clock Amer 8 tiny 125 II1rellch make 350 It 4 Nlckle alarm style 50 Main sping in clock Amer make 100 II II1renoh make 250 Mending soldering Gold Spectacles l535o 1 U StcelII 25c sCrKepnlrtni Jewelry according to nature of repairs Xew pins fitted into brooches pins loo GIESSTflfU6YHL AND Vl OfL OU JJaysrrria1Tho marvelous power oxortoj by mr Electric Bolt lIultrlnllnenand that you will gladly pay for the ulI8oflt To men who have battered tholr vtomactis with drugs I want thatElectrtcltyantiwatorco UtourhlllNow Electric Appliances ivenlnttant r llof and novor TroubleJ2rlLoituolltrRI3A12 IT FOR 30 DAYSconndencelnnavtoaendlttoynuONTRIAL for illuotratodPamphlet with references and lIlmec1 t lIoclopcDROF200 oc IIllI1ch i Do You Want to Make Money 91000 to srOper Wools Gunrnntcd represcull1etheulnr line of fast selling books nUll Bibles ever issued by nny house Up to date quick sellers low retail prices liberal terms and fair dealing ore the inducements we offer Credits given and freights paid We want you with as Dont make your plans 1111 henr from UK Write us oy return mail Iy6u THE HUOOINS PUB CO Kiser Building Atlanta Ua Grool CLOTHING Sol11- i At louis Gus Struus LEXINGTON KY o Beautiful Cassimere Suits at 5jjT Beautiful Blue Suits G A R stylet at 506 Genuine Imported Blue Serge Suits at 100C Best 25c Underwear in theWorld Our Merchant Tailoring Departmenti anriliOur stock of Boys and Childrens Clothing is complete representing the products of all the leading manufacturers of the United States i We do not deal in Shoddy Goods Auction Sale Goods or Fire Sale Goods dj Our reputation for the past thirty years ill a sufficient guarantee j LOUIS GUS STRAUS 1 Lexingtons Leading Clothiers J TRAENNCN FEED STABLESi Ijrcediunllcoming n distance who may desire horses pastured for n few days or weeks can have the bezt pasture nt reasonable rates J J VrbYOTlt Ilt 3 f E Q- toer oecLJ8I1rAlso for the convenience nnd nccom modntion of guests of the Day House at Hazel Green and L Park Hotel at Torrent I hove opened nearby two ftrst class livery stnbles where I will keep buggies saddle horses and backs for hire at all times Per- Sons wishing n vehicle to meet them at McCnusey can telephone me nnd have oar desired vehicle or saddle horse promptly I will nlso have a full supply of hacks for hire to drummers which will be in I time charge of careful drivers and for which they oanJIcontract by the day for any length 01JJ Persons intending to visit Day and Swnngo Springs will be met nt either McCnusey or Torrent with team and driver and Twill have pleaaure In shipe ping water for them whenever desired Day and Swango water fresh and free on ice nnd tap for guests nt L Park Jlolel Tw TAYLOR DAY1 F TYc 9 J 9 Inn Loading Isurace Huont of Eastoln KotuotiJ Offices Boaltyvillo Jackson Hazel Green 1i1e He PIERATT charge of tho Hazcl Green office ftnd ail I entrusted to him will receive prompt atten tion PATRONIZE A HOME AGENCY RESTORED MANHOODOR 6 01iS ctlThopro EmUdauyouthtalSrSlantalwotrT lIe EumpUou and inanItT With every liSorder woiTOn WborttsnIIO ObJef d- tt LMoHiBvHI j l I It II IL t t f I i I L k- L r t r v L T ILI1F2 f o n I oJ nIVTonight If your liver is out of order causing Biliousness Sick Headache noon burn or Constipntiou take a doso of HoP PiiflsOn retiring and tomorrow your di gestive organs will bo regulated and readyforbeen the experienco of others it will be yours HOODS PILLS are sold by all medicine dealers 25 eta 3FHE RE AL vu Red Rivor Valley Railway Cos TIME CARD jZTrain leaves McCausoy nt C oclock a- In connecting with train ut Rothwcll for Mt Sterling Keturninir loaves Rothwcll nt 4 p m JAMES AgtItothwell Afr FARM JOURNAL Great From now to Dec 1903 Offer Nearly 5 Yoars By special arrangement made with tho publishers of tho FAUM JOUUXAL wo tiro onahlntl to oiler that paper to every subscriber who pays for TIlE HERALD ono year ahead for only 100 both papers for tho price of ours only our pa per ono year and the FAUM Joun NAL from now until December 1903 nearly 5 yours Tho FAUM JOURNAL is ai old established pa per enjoying grout popularity one of tho best and most useful farm papers published This offer should bo accepted without delay Noah Cisco wont to West Liberty Friday Minnie L Day visited jMaytown last week Mrs Lizzie Kash was in town shopping Monday Remember the basket supper at the academy Friday night Mr and Mrs 0 II Swango vis ited her mother and family Saturday and Sunday last Mrs Dr J M Kash und daugh ter Miss Maggie loft on Monday morning to visit friends and rela tives at Jackson Willie Govedon representing tho Paris Grocery Co and a gentleman named Davis registered Monday night at tho Day House Mat G Dumuvay of May town passed through here Monday on route to Magoiin county whore ho will try to buy somo sheep and other stock Regular services at the Christian church on Sunday morning and evening to both of which every body is cordially invited and will be wolcomedIRev John Dliurchfield requests us to announce that ho will preach at tho Frank Johnson schoolhouso on Lazy crook on tho fourth Sun day in this month Win H Cord will preach at the Johnson school house on Lacy crook on Sunday afternoon His topic will be 4 SOur Part in the Evangelization of tho World Bert DankI erstwhile a Deputy United States marshal but now a dry goods and notion drummer for a Louisville house was registered at the Day Houso Sun lay night Ike Hartfiold representing the dry goods and notion house of Guggonhoimer Co Lynchburg Va was in cur town over Sunday and a3 usual sold some good bills hero and hereabouts Mrs F N Day and sister Mrs Soburn Trimblo visited their par outs Mr and Mrs Jordan Wills of Maytown last Thursday and wore present at tho grand logroll x kihg dinner Quito a crowd was present rTho following young women and moss will bo graduated from Hazel Green academy Juno 7th Misses r Gallic Onoy and Lula Taulboe and t Messrs Noah Cisco W A Caskoy S H Niokell Monroe Wallin and t Curtis Rose- PreventionL is better than cure nppctitoigOOCl The order of exercises for com mencement vdok at Hazel Greou academy will bo Juno 38 pmOratoricnl Con test Juno 4 11 a m Baccalaureate Sermon June 4 8 p m Address to the PeopleJuno m General Enter tainment by School June 0 10 a 11lFinnl Session of School mDocll1mntoryContost ContestJuno 7 1080 a mCommonce ment Program Juno 7 8 p mAlumni Enter tainmentJune a mGoQ1 Bye Tho public school at this place with Ova Swango as teacher began a fiyo months session Monday It will bo romombored that one sot of trustees employed Mr Swango to touch tho regular term but bofore ho was installed tho other trustees took possession of tho house and put Miss Mallio James in charge who taught tho school but has not receivedany compensation Tho understanding now is that the pay will go to Mr Swango who seoms to bo tho legally authorized touch or under a recent ruling Mrs C E French of Lexington nee Mallio James of Hazel GroLn arrived hero Saturday evening for the purposo of teaching tho public school which opened on Monday and tho trustees representing her installed her But previously J M Pieratt whom tho court of ap peals decided to be chairman had demanded the keys and not getting thorn waited until tho schoolhouse was unlocked when they seated Mr Swango That old established and long ago distinguished clothing house Louis fe Gus Straus has an adver tisomont in this issue to which the attention of our readers is Ospo cially directed Just now they are offering somo rare bargains in up todate and fashionable readyto wear clothing which should bring you to their doors quickorn light ning But read tho ad j its right forninst your face Tho commencement program of Kentucky Wosleyan academy at Campton will bo as follows Wednesday and Thursday oven ings May 17th and 18th Enter tainments general and musical Friday evening May HthLoc ture Admission to entertainments 10 cents lecture free The district conforonco of tho London district M E church south will convene at Hazel Green Juno 11 and continue three days Many preachers and delegates will bo expected and it is hoped that all denominations will unite in maintaining tho reputation for hospitality for which Hazel Green has hitherto been famousI N L Ware of Lexington was here some days last week and a part of this shaking hands with Hazel Green friends and if ho could rent or buy proporty to suit him might again locate among us Mrs Ware thinks there is no place like Hazel Groan and wo seo whore slips right John Evans has accepted a posi tion with Harvey Hagon Co wholesale grocers Huntington W Va and will travel this territory in tho interest of that firm Ho loft Tuesday morning for Mt Star ling whoro ho will secure his san ple case and from which point ho will start To THK PU LIOro have posi tivo proof that tho acts of cutting trees and throwing rocks and eggs were not committed by any young man boarding at tho Academy Home Every one there has too much respect for himself than to bo guilty of such diabolical deeds WM H COKD Look at tho date aftor your name and if bo hind on subscription I WALK UP AND PAY TODAY Wo MUST have somi mouoyami1NavOitplqthat Road tho advortisomontof Jas E Coopor Lexington Kynnd send hum your orders for drugs Our physicians especially should patronize him for prescriptions or patent medicines that can not bo secured Moro Prompt and relia ble service is assured J JHeiM MlMlftM On host Sunday morning the Christian church at this place will make its annual offering for gon oral homo missions Tho homo mission field includes the Unitod States Canada and Puerto Rico Win America for Christ and thro America win tho world Tho field putinsend your offering on Sundays morningT H COHD Rev JW Mitchell of Mt Sterling is expected hero noxt Monday to assist in a series of meetings at tho Methodist church I eg lining Monday evening May Ibin All aro cordially invited to bo prosont at ovary service tn11ngHoodstralizing tho acid in tho blood perma nently relieves aches and PAINS THE BEST OF THEM ALL 1 1 I LiPPf bTiM- BNTHL l 1AGAZ1Ni numborlnand cntertulnlnc reading mutter So continues etorirt which are to oBteoMonabfo to moat reader SubIcrlpUonwanteflpln whomthoJ B UPPINCOTT COMPANY Publishers PHILADELPHIA yl0oooooooaooooooooooaoooaooaoooaoeKaze1 e e Norms and Preparatory School PRIMARY ANT INTERMEDIATE I DEPARTMENTS Enirllslih Course Ltitin Scientific Course Preparatory Classical Course repllrnlorr Ministerial Course Teachers Course Business Course Musichl Courses I ment Thorough work in every depart Attendance now the best in the t history of tho school Second term began January and ends Juno ith 1S09 2ndiiWM II CORD Jan 19 1809 Principal 0000000oooooeoc coooooa oooooe OOHHAOfiHT2D8M2 This celebrated English Hackney stallion imported to the United States on June 3 1693 will nuke the season of 1809 nt the recnfKybeauty considered of- S6 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Or 85 To Insure A Maro In Foal money due when the tact is ascertained uithur case A loin on the colt will be rc tained for the season money and in event the mare is traded off or bred to another horse the money will then be due Every cure will taken to prevent accidents but 1 will not be responsible should they occur DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE CONNAUGIIT 2ND 3512 is a beautiful bay full 10 hands high blqck mane and tail good style and action and a flue road ster 0 years od this spring He was sired by Victor of Uectly 1587 dam Bonnie 1025 by Highflyer 100C Victor of Iieel1t y 1587 by Reliance 007 rand dam by Congress KM Ilelianco 007 by Confidence 158 dam by III flpman 67- 0NOTItIII1 complete pedigree covers the thornn librcd and conedhorsebut in too hull to quote Breeders rue invited to call and sec him nnd examine hit pedigree at my ptahlcs Respectfully J II PIEUATT peE HARTF2ELDI Hcntliiiar rt 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TRUTH on AMERICAN ARTISTS AND THEIR WORK freely illustrated in colors and in black and white from paintings by the artists the articles are on is of exceptional merit and interestbBuy a copy ofany newsman Tou will be pleased with iA tfI1 i SINGLE COPIES 2S CENTS SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR 300 i TRUTH COMPANY 19TH STREET sc FOURTH AVENUE NEW YORK rne r w 6JD1 i 11IeOSB iaa1 i e l iia fJhi di Live Stock Staves Ties c HAZEL GREEN KY INVITES the attention of tho citizens of hazel Green and vicinity to ft JariJO JCCt stock of DRY GOODS DRESS GOODS NOTIONS ojuet nSWRngoc61ALIA J J GREENE EMERY CO- sMerdllaiitsLiv Stock Cmlllni ioll CiNCINNATi UNION STOCK YARDS Long Distance Telephone 7356 ElFALL SALES GUARANTEED 0 B JlALONKY J B ADAMS MALONEY ADAMS SILVERSMITHS and JEWELERS LEE CITY WOLFE COUNTY KY Repair Clocks Jewelry lowest prices Watches nnd kinds lit the and guarantee satisfaction In all cases Special attention to orders by mall HC ROBiNSON OF BEATTYVILLE KY wir- uIL DIBUGHliS raoPUIETOa Kentucky Older Ylnaaar Works LOUISVILLE KX YOM pltrOBeJer 111 aio11L d 1 y 3 f 4 i i 1 HairStoreWe hove In stock a full jlne of ltiilr VitiCurll= Combs i all styles oPt Hair JPJns Corwts btampidLinenscents per skein COLORINE for httitjlnr the hair to any shade teuOrdcM bwflwill receive prompfaattemloii JIRS M A KETCnifU Upptr and Church StLexlslt1f Ky r- ROLLINA KAMUi ATTORNEYatLAWHAZEL y Will practice In thecotirts of Welre iiIt Jladl- olnlng counties and atUnd prwatwi all collections entrusted to bttr I tSILAi i KASH M D t PHYSICIAN 4NDrr uR o t ltAZU 9cc Df qr t r0154 tat r ligNth ter M ell kters OW wriIslgr j a 1 1 1 t j d t ii r I it vr W i 0 Ib r h rvi I r 4 1 4 44 4 IIIf II I 5- h 1 1S 4f l a ti t k rA v s a 4 1 a- I I t iffJv Jt tjliiIhrlif l J I 1 I i J fy S rf I I t ri f cTtJ t i f i rY a pa pa pL pw j j c 4 1t 1f 8r 8k s- S J r 101 1 rQ DRW1MERS t r k fTilaage Preaches to the Army t 1tCimtnercial Travelers- Qasrtlex Them te Start night na- ZLeIrJaarseICondeluxr Work mth SHth1Jae UHjtr t of EIHUluYilrM i In thl discourse Dr Talmoge gives words of good cheer to commercial travelers and tells of their safeguards and their opportunities text Xnhtim 24 The chariots shall rage In the trcc8 they shall Justlc one against another In the broad ways they shall seem like torches they shull run like the llgMnlngs It ulna been found out that ninny of the nrts and discoveries which we sup posed were peculiar to our own age are merely the restoration of the arts nnd discoveries of thousands of years ago I suppose that the pnstc nurles hove forgotten more thou the present Century knows It seems to me that they must linvc known thousand of yuan ago lit the days of Mil well of the uses of steam nod its application to swift travel In my text I hear the rush of the rail train the clang of the wheels and tht jamming of the car coupling The chariots shall rage In the streets they shall just le one AgnlnM another in the broad ways they shall seen like torches they shall run like the light nlngs Have you ever taken your position in the night faraway from n depot along the track waiting to see the rail train come nt full speed At first you heard in the distance rumbling like the com Jag of a sturm then you saw the fliiili of the headlight of the locomotive as it turned the curve then you saw the wilder glnie of the fiery eye of the train as It came plunging toward you then you hearth the shriek of the slits tIe thut Irell led till the echoes then joti saw the hurricane lush of cinder Ihtn you felt the jar of the passing earthquake airj you taw the shot thun derbolt of the express train Well It cceiiiB that we CUll hear the pacing of n midnight express train In my text The chariots shall rage in Ilia streets they shall just le one against another In the broad ways they shall seen like torches they shall run like the light nings I halt the train long enought to get on- board and I go through the cars and I flat threefourths of t hlIpassengers arc commercial traveler They are a folk peculiar to themselves easily recog nixed nt home on all the trains not Aturtlcd by the sudden dropping of the brakes familiar with all the railroad tlgnalsI can tell you what is the next station how long the train will stop whut place the passengers take lunch ton lit clam give you Information on almost any subject are cosmopolitan at home everywhere from Halifax to Snit Frnttoifico They are on Ithe eight Oclock morning train on the noon train on the midnight train You taken berth In n sleeping Cite and either above you or beneath you Is one of these m gentlemen There arc 100000 pi essed f S ommerclal travelers In the United States biifSOOOOO would not include all tthose who are sometimes engaged in this service They spend millions of tliarsevery day in the hotels and in the roll trains They have their olllclal newspaper organ They have their mutual benefit association about 4000 names on the rolls and have already distributed more than 200000 among 1IlllIIlterllji1hemendous for good or evil All the ten 10lIrtllthclrstatula back on Its dignity mad waits for customers to come instead of going to seek bargain makers will have more and more unsalable goods on the shelf and will gradually lose Its controlof the markets while the great enterpris tug and successful houses will have their agents on nil the trains and their chariots will rage In the streets they shall jnntle one against another in the broad ways they shall seem like torches they hall run like the light sings I think commercial travelers can tand a sermon of warmhearted sym pithy If you have any words of good Uheer for them you had better utter them If you have any good honest prayers in their behalf they will be greatly obliged to you I never knew a luau yet who did notllke to be prayed for I nettcr knew n min yet that did not like to be helped It seems to me this sermon IB timely At this season of the year there are tens of thousands a l men going out to gather the spring trade The months of February and March In nil our commercial estab lishment are very busy months In n few days our national perplexities will Ibe settled and then look out for The prosperlty nested All our astute commercial men feet1 that we are standing nt the opening gate of wonderful prosperity Let the manufacturers put the bands on their wheels and the merchants open n- tacwjet tiC account Looks In plaice of tli6i t tilled with long columns of land ijiUtA Let us start on n new eommcr slat t jtfiBnaijfR let us drop the old tune v i- m 1 i J f lffof Naonilandttlke up Ariel or An iloch jT6w you the commercial traveler have received order from the bend mum of the firm that you are to start on a long excursions You have your pat terns all assorted and prepared You have them put up in bundles or crates nnd marked You have full Instruc tions us to prices You know on what prices you tinny retreat somewhat You hive your valise or trunk or both packed If I were n stranger I would have no right to look into that valise but as I am your brother I will twice the liberty I look into the valise and 1 congratulate you on nil these com fortable nrtlfles of apparel The sen sons are so chnngcablc you have not taken n single precaution too ninny Rome night you will get out in the snow baulk and have to walk three or four miles until you get to tin railroad lIn- t t tion and you willI want nil these com forts and convenience But will you excuse me iIf 1 make a suggestion or two about this vnlUeV You say Certain In as we are having n plain frank talk i I 1 will not be offended nt any honorable suggestion sonicicnrefiihlyselrctrd Let It be history or n poem or a home I of pure tidbit or some volume that will give you Information regard to your line of business Then add to that a Hible in round beautiful type small type Is bud for tilt eyes anywhere but peculiarly Ikilling in the jolt of a rail train Iut your railroad guide and your Iiblc side by tihle1the one to show you the route through his world and the other to show you the route to the next world Oh you say that is su perfluous for now In al the hotels in Oil parlor you will 1IIIIIn lilble and in nearly all the rooms of the guests you will timid ouch lint my brother that is not your Hihic You want your own limitt your own coat your own blan ketl your own ill tile Hut you say I am not a Christian and you ought not to expect nie to tarry a IiSible My brother a great ninny people arm not Christians who carry n lilble HcsidcK Iulna before you get home you might become a Christian anti you would feel awkward without nivipy Hesides that you injrht get bail news from home 1 see you with trembling hand opening the telegram saying George is dying or Fa unit1 is deadrunt home Oh as you sit in the train stunned with the calamity going home you will have no taste fur fiiic scenery or tot conversation Dud yet you must keep your thoughts employed or YOU will go stark maul thin you will want a ISible whether you rend it or not It will be a comfort to have it near yon that honk full of promises vhleh have comforted other people in like cnlaintty Whether you study the promises or tint you illl what thatt Hook near you Am lllIlIt Vise + + litn 1 say put In Ihiss ltihie Now you art all really to start You have your valise in the right hand mull you tune your blanket and shawl strap in the left hand ioodby I May you hat a prosperous journey largo smiles great percentages Oh thoie is one tiling I forgot to musk you about what train are you going to lulu Well you say I will take the live oclockI Sunday afternoon train Why Oh you say I shall says n lay by that told on Monday morning 1 will be in tilt distant city In the commercial establishment by the tiny this merchants come down My brother you are starting wrong If you ellp oh something from the Lords day the Lord will clip off something rant your lifetime suc cesses Sabbath breaking pll snnbetter- for this world than It pays for the next Young man the dollar thtit you earn on the Sabbath is n redhot dollar mind If you put it into a bag with iuno lion est dollars that redhot dollar will horn n hull through the bottom of the hag and let out all the 5000 honest dollars with It IlIut I see you change your mind and you are going on Monday morning and i 1 see you take the train Pennsylvania lor the Halttmore iC Ohio or the Hudson River or the Krle or the Harlem or the New Maven train For n few weeks now you will pass half of your time In the rail train How are you going to occupy the time Open the vnlise turd tike out a book and begin to rend Magnificent opportunities have our commercial travelers for gaining infor mutton above nil other clerks or mer chants The best place in the world to study Is n rail train T know It by cx perience Do not do nit some commer cial travelers dons many of them dons most of theta dosit rending the same newspaper over and over again and all the advertisements through and through then sit for two or three hours calculating the profits they ex pect to nuke then spending two or three hour looking listlessly out of the fourIhoursI place In Christendom talking with men who do not know as much us you do instead of that call William Stance spenro the dramatist nod John Itus kits the dramAtistt and Tennyson the poet and Hancroft and Mncaulny the historians nnd Ezekiel and Paul the Inspired men of God and musk then to sit with you and talk with you ns they will If you ask them I hear you say 1 do wish I could get out of this busi ness of commercial traveling I doht like Stf My brother why dont you read yqiirself put Give me fi young man ofordlnary Intellect anti good eye I il11 sight and let kiln devote to valuable reading the time not actunl1 occupied in commercial errand and rasix years he will be qualified for any position for which he Is ambitious He ashamed to sell foreign fabrics or fruits unless you know something1 about the looms that wove them or the vineyards that grew then Understand nil about the laws that control com mercial life about banking bout tariffs about markets about naviga tion about foreign people their char acteristics and their political revolutions ati they affect ours about the harvests of llussia the vineyards of Italy the teatlelds of China Learn about the great commercial centers of Carthage and Assyria and Phoenicia Head all about the Medici of Florence mighty in trade mightier in philan thropies You belong to the royal family of merchants He worthy of that royal family Oh take my advice anti turn the years of weariness into years of luxury Tube those hours you spend lit the depot waiting for the delayed train and make them Iisgah heights from which you can view the promised land When you are waiting for the train hour after hour in the depot do not spend your tune reading the sewing machine advertisements mind looking up the time tables of routes you will never take going the twenti eth time to Itilt doorlo see whether the train IK coming bothering the ticket agent and telegraph operator with ques tions which you musk merely because you want to puss away the time lint rather summon up the great essayists and philosophers and story tellers and thinkers of the ages and have them en tertain you IJut yon have come now near the end of your railroad travel I can tell by tthe notion of the car that Itry are pulling the patent brakes down The engineer rings the boll at the crossing The train stops All out pries the conductor You dismount from the train Yon reach the hotel The land h lord is glad to see you very glad lie stretches out his hand across the reg istry bunk with nil the disinterested warmth of a brother You are assigned an apartment In that uninviting aptu Innlit you stay only long enough to make yourself presentable You descend I lien Into the metal I hgennui and there yon 1111111 commercial trav elers silting nriiund a long table with a grrnl elevation in tin center covered with ndvcrtlMiiicnts while there are inkstands sunken in the bed of till table and scattered mull around rusty steel pens and pilclics of blotting pa per Of eom cyon will not stay there You siiunfcr out among the merchants You present your letters of introduc than mind authority Yon begin busi ness Xow let me say there are two or three tilings you ought to remember First that nil the trade you get by the practice of treating will not stick If your cannot get custom except by tip ping a wine glass wlth1 somebody you had better not get his dust anl1a old commercial traveler gives as his ex perience that trade got by treating tihuiVK damages tilt house that gets it in one way or the other Again I charge you tell the whole truth about anything you sell Lying commercial travelers will precede you Lying commercial travelers will come right after you Into the same store Do not let their unfair competition tempt yon from the straight line It Is an nwfitl bargainI that n man makes when he sells his goods tint his soul nt the sane time A young man in one of tin1 stores of New York was selling some silks He was binding them up when he said to the lady customer It is my duty lo show you that there Is a fracture in that silk She looked at It munch rejected the goods The head man of till firm hearing of It wrote to the father of the young man in the coun try saying Come and take your son away He will never mike n mer chant The father crime in agitation wondering what leis buy hind been do ing and till head nuns of the firm said Why your son stood here nt this coun ter and pointed out n fracture in the silk nnd of course the lady wouldnt take It We are not responsible for the Ignorance of customers Customers must look out for themselves and we look out for ourselves Your son will never make n merchant Is that nil said the father Ah I am prouder of my boy than I ever was John get your hat anti come horn But it Is almost night and you go back to the lintel Now comes the mighty tug for the commercial travel er Tell me where he spends his even Inks nnd I will tell you where he will ypend eternity and I will tell you what will be his worldly prospects There Is an abundance of choice There Is your room with the books There are the Young Mens Christian association rooms There mire the week night serv ices of the Christian churches There IIn the gambling saloon There Is the theater There Is the house of infamy Plentyt of plaices to go to lint which immortal man which 0 God which Well you soy I guess I wllll guess I will go to the theater Dogma think the tarrying In that place until 11 oclock nt night will improve your both fly health or your financial prospects or your eternal fortune No man ever found the path to usefulness or honor or happiness or commercial success or Heaven through the American theater Wefi you say 1 guess then I will cotbtgUC6s Iwlllga to the gamfcUng I ISnlqonYou will first go to look Then you will go to play You will make 100 you will make 500 you will make 1000 you will make 1500 then you will lose all Then you will bar row some money so ns to start anew You will make 50 you will make 200 you will make 000 then you will lose all These wretches of the gambling saloon know how to tempt you Hut mark thlIIII gamblers dlepoor They may mule fortunes great fortunes but they lose them Well you say If I cant po to the theater nnd If I cant go to the gamb ling saloon then I guess 1 guess I will to to the house of infamy ComnHIII cial travelers have told me letter box at thehotel within one hour after their arrival they liavehnd lletters of solicitation in that direction It Is far away front homo Nobody will know it Commercial travelers have sometimes gone in that evil path Why not you Halt There art other gates of ruin through which a man may go and yet come out but that gate humus n spring lock which snaps him in forever He who goes there is damned already He may seem to be Comparatively free for a little while but he Is only on the limits and the sa tunic police have their eyes upon him to bring him in tit any inoineiit The hot curse of nod is on that crime anti because of it there cure men whose heaven was blotted out ten years ago There is no danger that they he lost TJiey are lost now I look through their glaring eyeballs down into the lowest cavern of hell Oh destroyed spirit why contest thou in here today Dost think I have the power to break open the barred gateway of the penitentiary of the damned There iis n passage in Proverbs Isomewhat hesitate to read but 1 do not hesitate longHAt the window of my house looked thrmigh my casement mind beheld among the simple ones I discerned among the youths a young man void of under standing passing through tine street near her corner and he went the way to her house in the twilight in the evening in the black mead dark night He girth after lire straightway as an ox goeth to the slaughter or as a fool to the correction of the stocks till a dart strikes through his liver Hut now the question Is still open Where will you spend your evening Oh commercial I travelers how much wiii von give me to put yon on the right track Wbuuit charging you a furth hug I will prescribe for you a plan which will save you for his world mind the next if you will takett Jo before you leave home to the Young liens Chris tian association of the Ity where you live Get from them lettfs of introduction Carry them out to a1 towns amid cities where you go If therf he no association in the place you lslIUn present them at the minor of heisthct churches and hand them over to the pastors lie not slow to arise in the devotional meting and say I am a commercial traveler I am far away from home and I eome in Here tonight to seek Christian society The best houses and the highest style of amusi incut will open before you and instead of your being dependent upon the leprous crewrho hang around the hotels wanting to show you all the slums of the city on the out condition that you will pray their expenses yo will get the benediction of God in every town you visit ileineinber this tim whatever place you visit had influence will seek you out iood influences you must seek out 0 commercial I travelers I pray for you the all sustaining grace of Ood There are two kinds of days when you gracethe cess when you full to make a sale mil you are very much disappointed nnd you go back to your hotel discomfited That night you will be tempted to go to strong drink anti rush into bad sur roundings The other day when you will especially need Divine grace will be when you havcxa day of great success and the devil tells you you must go oath celebrate that success Then you will the youfromwill be a third flay when you will need to be Christians anti that will be the lost day of your lift 1 do not know where you will spend it Perhups in your house more probably in a railcar or a steamer or the strange hotel I set you on your lost commercial errand You have bidden goodby to the family nt home for the last time The train of your earthly existence is nearing the depot of the grave The brakes are loll- Ing The bell rings nt the terminus eternityShowthe gates of the shining city the red ticket washed in the blood of the Lamb Inillnn AVnnt IMurntlnn Petitions have been sent to the New Ilegislndinnshawks asking that a law be passed to compel every Indian child to go to school from the age of thc to sixteen except when Rielnl1 what we want the memorial to the legislature says Is a lirstclass teacher not one durIng gatiaed w111ltayrheSkeseeuyLobe Oar roller of Territorial Expaaslea I I andtnakItwithout exciting a quarrel with England wl5etItatesfldntlhlP malariacallI experimentingthould+ n old established preparation is to ha had The Sorehead patCobwiggerHes to get a nomination on the machine ticketJudge You Cttn let Allens KootKann FKEE- V rHotiMl4iH to Allen S Olmstrd Io ltov FootIsuseI euros chilblains axvcatlng dump svvoilcu iteliniK rcol H makes Unlit shines eusv NailsAlldruggistsulidsltoustoressoil If I am rejudiced it is not because I want to be but because I cant help it Drake Watson The most luxurious service by many at tractive routes tour the North anti West to whichisbeyondI the fruit line lFor particulars address lL A Hell JO Clark St Chicago- A genial person in one who laughs heartily when lie hears a funny story a second time Atclii on Globe Will it cure Use St Jacobs Oil for lame back and youll sec Drink iis a noun that man men arc unablo to decline Chicago Daily News A doubting Thomas full of aches uses St Jacobs Oil lies cured Nothing makes a man so sad as to hive a girl jolly him Chicago Daily News You will be disabled Rheumatism Use St Jacobs Oil and cure it nnllf1eetingllIIrt MISSOURIS WAR GOVERNOR Restored By Peruna GOVERNOR T C FLETCHER lion Thomas C Fletcher thin noted war Governor of the Stole of MUsouri Is a great friend 01 Peruna He writes The Peruna Drug Mfg CoColumbus OhioGlntlmenFor y tars I have been afllietcd with cliror c catarrh which has gone through my wholesystemand no one knows the torture and misery I have passed through MyI doctor has prescribed various remedies and I have never found any relief until I was per sanded by a friend to use DrHflr1 tans Perunn After the use of one bottle I feel like U new man It also cured me of a dropping I hind in my throat and built my system up generally To those who are suffering with catarrh I take pleasure In recommending your great medicine Very respectfullyThomas everything that affects the welfare of the people is a legitimate subject of comment to the real statesman The statesman is not n narrow man It Is the politician who Is narrow The true statesman looks out on the world BaIt Is nnd seeks as far us Is in his powerto remedy evils and encourage the good Catarrh in its various forms is rapidly becoming a national curse An un doubted remedy has been discovered by Dr Hartman This remedy has been thoroughly tested during the past forty years Prominent men have come to know of its virtues and are makingpub Ho utterances on the subject To save the country we must save the people To save the people we must protect them from disease The disease that Is at oncethe most prevalent and stubborn of cure is catarrh HOMEVIWUIlaw caTerln la Dranehee for tegs Write for AIlnllsauFREE I A HANDSOME WATCH k oldnlckalorKoU1pUtedhonUo fully guaranteed to anyone start i mug an Overland Club Bend U ceott for partiee W OVattLANDMONTIILTSanYrane- lwoCalDROPSVNBW DISCOVERY CT dupatreotmeat POPULAR MONTHLY MAGAZOTES FREE I1I1UADINU PISOS CURE FOR Duet OCouah wHlA IIM- tItt time Bold by druRirhL CONSUMPTION s if 1 iI l I 1 fr 1 po f y1r z fr fo a + h iA t I yrr f t t 1 II 2 J ft r hr t 2n p rA LITTLE NONSENSE Cecilehat Would you give to have such hair as minfc JennncIdont know What did you giveTlt hits Have you given Mr Staloightauyen courngetitentV Xo mamma replied the confident daughter 80 far I have not found it necessary Urooklyn LlleommyPaw what does the paper mean by calling Mr Bugghnusa an 8x10 politician Mr Igghr presume it squnrclutllInnnpolis t In the Near FutureGot the latest Occident What is it An auto cub in trying to dodge an autoambu wagonClevelandJ Bunker seems to be completely un der his wifes thumb Yes her father gives her the same personal al lowance she had before she got mar viedChicago Daily News FlnesseOh I shes so adroit in man nglng She makes the most of everything Yes Yes I bclievcif there were a skeleton in her closet shed use I it for a clothes stretcher Puck First Burglar1 feel a bit thnky over that lust job of ours Second Burglar Were all right I read in the papers this morning that the detectives were following up a clew Town Topics A German paper contains the follow leg unique advertisement Any per son who can prove that my tapioca con twins anything injurious to health will have three boxes of it sent to him free rchnrgcfltllItsr t outL in connection with the number thin I examI original states Boston Transcript t THUNDERSTORMS IN WINTER j They Arc lnunual I Ike While Black- birdst nut Are Unfitly Account trl Kor t If OIlt examines the records of the tgovernment weather bureau for the I whole country he will discover that there is not a month in the whole year when a thunderstorm is not reported from some place Like tornadoes squalls and other purely local disturb Dances they abound principiilly in sum tiner but the conditions which produce ahem may and do occur in wiuter also though much less frequently The prime cause of u thunderstorm according to the experts U this coil binatiou of circumstances A large amount of moisture in the air on the earths surface and u certain differ ence of temperature between the lowet and upper layers atmosphere There it a rate at which temperature normally diminishes as one ascends This is about one degree Fahrenheit for every 300 feet If us some times happens the Diminution is less rapid thou this no tuecial result is to be anticipated but iton the other hand the contrast between the temperature ut the surface iqihouldwarm nir below would have a disposfi ion to break through the overlying told stratum nnd rise above the latter R situation of this sort called an mi Stable equilibrium nifty be brought mayrecoutehopper current of unusual coldness may mmiphcretgov thatUCvailtcAttervd places but only on the sur tine1liere taining the contrasts that exist in a jertical direction for two or three weatherbureauwo furnish other much needed data tencerning the development and prog iHJjiOf storms Kpltjsl now almost generally conceded tthe advance of the broad deprcs fnif within whose limits u local storm Bjfry occurs is controlled by the up Pte currents of air which over the halted Suites are at all times moving ill easterly direction Hut the most knc1SlM yi l varies greatly just as if the u- pS currents moved more briskly at one ie than another or as if the deprcs I11go1 a better grip on the cable un J lone set of circumstances than un- IIhotherX Y Tribune ClnllllYyou In your jowit1trttt U you BJ number in my Class retUJ ned jjjvlly youth intent upon demon Jr S the correctness of his claim WPds entirely on the end from KIiyou begin to countChicago HIM Place aaibal King Hn were in luck Jbged you just in time for our big et ypJeChatterton Yonyot arent ftr10t Ph dear no Dut as nn en t KgrU be cellclouiN L World pI TUMOR EXPELLED Unqualified Success of Lydia ill Plnkhame Vegetable Compound Mrs EuzABErn WIIEELOCK J agno describesvery cal condition U beentakingam no vreadytosoundits has done won Lids for me in relieving mo of a tumor My health has been poor for three years Change of life was working upon inc I Itwas very muoh bloated bUrjdcnthe heart and that bcaring down feelI lug and could not be on my feet much I was growing worse all the time until I took your medicine After taking three boxes of Lydia E Pinklmms Vegetable Compound Lozenges the tumor passed from me It My health has been Letter ever since can now walk quite a distance I palpitl11tIonI ommend your medicine to all sufferers from female troubles- It is hardly reasonable to supposo that any one can doubt tho efficiency of Mrs Pinklmms methods and medicine in the face of the tremendous vol ume of testimony lib Peculiar Flew gloomytonight carewornlookdoesnt come up and ring your door bell and ask how about that bill or tell you youll get arrested if you dont tag your dog It i doesnt sing I Wont Go Home Till Morn ing away off the key and disgrace the enjoysitbodys feelings sometimes honestly wishi I that there was more wind in this lire and less people Washington Post Her Mnlilon Atm HoaxSo young Goldrox has taken ar nameJoaxto have been to marry Ooldrox and she proved nn unusually good shot for a womanPhila delphia Record Ivoeptnsr It Up to the Iimt attorneyisHix Yes 1 met his physician this morning and he says he is lying tit deaths door eagoEenaug LL J a a w a iI Aa You CNTUH TT Whiskers Dyed A Black by It r Hall Co NMhna A GOOD GARDEN It a ptcn uroand a profit Urcgofrt seed book dl rccli A rlent t F nnltijr Oreiory s Imurf the most nuccewfui enrtlnif Get the took now fre JiMra IL unEliOIlV i SOX lUrblthMd pn A BUSINESS MSiSOF YOUR OWN urine in article at home thin II needed In every hoaseholdicotta NATIONAL 5U PPLY Co LOCk Y SOLD BY TOE STATE OP OHIO Ciyr or Jottto I I LCCAS CouHtr Frank J Cheney make oath that he ie thee senior partner of the firm of F JY Cheney Co doing businew in the city ol TtSledo County and State aforesaid and that Mid firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dol lars for each and every ease of catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall 8 Catnrrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before mo and subscribed in my DipSSOPublicHallsnets directly on the blood and mucous sur face of the ivitem Send for tcstttnonials free F J CHENEY d CO Toledo O Sold by dnujgistn 75c Halls Fatally Pills are the best Set nil things in their own peculiar place and know that order is the gro test grace Dryden Crcuccnt lintel Eureka Sprlnci Ar knnsiiH Ipunt31n81 sceneryUnequaledcursion rates Throueh sleepers via lrisco RomafhStLouisregardingllullctin To Cure a Cold In One Day Ink Laxative IJronio Quinine Tnblptd All druggists refund money if it fails to cure 25c Some people are smarter than you are it i tclilionGlobeTarry a few days under Floridas azure tildes breathe her soft pure air drink the fragrance from her orange blossoms then tour till Tropics on magnificent steci Pas ftengrr Ships of the Plant Line sailing five times every week from Port Tampa to Ha ana Strangely enough the better half is not the one who does the betting L A W Bulletin bylfdePikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute Some people are constantly ro busy that you cant get them to do anything they ought to doWashington Democrat- I tic Pisos Cure for Consumption both in may family and practice Dr 5 W Potter son Inkster Mich Nov 5 1894 jorullritilellBulktiii What A Cripple Cure your sprain in a day with St Jacobs Oil IIn order to kerp the stove hot you should keer 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POtJcadlAdcanuerljuakIn IH I sI MAllllfrJIILCUlH Y Afldrron T If 1 1 1 IIIANNFJJD L tiLEN JIDUE N ai A N KB 1749 IVZIEV VUITINU Tru MMXMftMKM pleaio state that yon MW tltC AO1ftIWWI fJt n j reaGTAKEold EAXATIVE BROI4OQIJININE TABLEJi This Signature 41sOl1lJerr HI of LAXATIVE MOMOQUIMIME TABLETS A CtlslhtftltrrMrswetid f k tq AND that Drtfftott rtft 41 t MM III a4ikti 1 jWt lIOr f jJJtif c kcNy p t rd wi ref i t Trja r u Vti a 11- y 1j 1t r y t i i I t j i f t J J ha I 1 1 a 1 1r 1r i I l bl ba I J ar 1 Jr r- a m 1 I i- r R frrYi urtt dr 3 IIrr firr IV rl 1- C Cr ff M r tti l a t 1 1 1A rP c a K iW L e cr r w t p j k a 4rI oJ t a 4 t ln IfIt 4oetia gR iithe M Sxi t detect TYcbollorrI + i pglpl undar tile eythesUbw pftfMtij colored complexion indicated it A phyilclhii Would ask if you bad rbfumntforn x dull pain or ache in tho btak or yrer the1liljvs fttouiHclj trouble desire k urlnatB often orabunllagor MldbiX il IHiiwlnK f if utter paiwln there 1 It ali uruJlul lied feeling at I- fnitbtcnt1 it VerSciiled or if the urine hium trIck dust deposit or strong odor When tbcae xyinptoms aro preens no- N time nhouid by lost in removing the MUM Dislay may lead to gravel catarrh ofr the bladder intlnmmntfon ciiuoiiiR stop iisge find eomctlincs requiring the draw IhgJ of tbo urinb with instruments or may run fntit Bright Disease the moat dpngeniliB ttaRoof kiducv trouble greatdiftcovcrybladder lecifilbt IO 41 ptinitlVU remedy for such tiisei s JU repiitiition Is world wide and it iiseo easy to get at any drug More that no one need suffer any length of time for want of it However If yOU prefer to first test its wonderful merits rrontinn Tin HAZII GBRBN IIunAi n tend write to Dr Ku- mar ft Co Uii ilininpton N Y for n finmple battle stud bunk telling nil about it Until cant nlwfiltitely free by mail COUNTY NEWS NOTES0 BTo insure innnrlion AM corrr bylInudRvthat tiinrby on Monday mornin V SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS David Rose of Grassy visited his little son Iloxy Sunday Miss Lillio Cecil of Hazel Groon acadomy was with us part of lust wook E F Cecil and daughter Miss Donny of Consolation passed thro here Sunday Mrs John A Taulboo of Hazel Greed fipont a pleasant tiny at tho homo of Mrs Margurot Onoy Sun day Harmon Swango was agreeably surprised on Saturday his 45th birthday At noon upon roturn ing from work ho found a few invited guests n nice dinner and say oral prosont awaiting his arrival Among the guests wore his aged father and stepmother Harrisont Swango and wife who have been blessed with the grand privilego of seeing their sixth and youngest 1 son 45 years old and enjoying a happy peaceful day with him May 8 UNO DAYSBORO DOINGS Uncle Bob Nickoll wont to Hazel Groon Saturday J E Brooks wont to tho hood of Gillmoro Sunday- J N Lacy was visiting up on Rod river Saturday night James Wilson and Brock Amyx wont to IJazol Groan Sunday Mort Wilson of Grassy crook vas in this neighborhood Saturday ovoning ohnrmingdnughtor ing5 Boone May Sunday Jon Damurn and Jossio Branum of Pikp county stayed at time homo of your scribe Saturday night Arbury Brooks started to Still water Saturday ovoning and as ho has not yet returned wo are made to believe that ho hits stopped on Lacy crook at the house just above or below William Oruoysf wo are surowhiohMay CHAHLIE STILLWATER SPARKLES Nathan Combs and Tos Rose represented this creek on tho last grand jury Dr J F Tntt of this crook was called to Torrent to see some sick parties last week Miss Sallio A Tutt was at homo Sunday fromSCampton whoro she is nttoudingsohool Boon HonrV of tho Trace Fork late of tho Fourth Kentucky has gone to paste unknown Elislm Chambira AVas lined 25 and 10 days in jail during circuit court for carrying n concealed won 101t Tho young folks of this crook bndn candy social at Jolt Roses j nice time good crowd good bola viojr ota J W Chambers huts gone with his team to Parch Corn to fulfill a largo logging contract that ho has down there Billy Wells son of S J Wells vhoji almost blind is at Loxingr toriifpr Limo second time this winter Having hia yoa treated b I J t9thJf l i t 1 = Rlr henry T yl6r will preach at QhHnibojfi swhool house on alto fqurth t Sunday All and invited fa Di Rosahas taken hisfcrmer Tflfo from whom he was divorced at tho January term of court and loft for parts unknown Thin good people of this crookall escaped this court except Willie Pock who was indicted for disturbing mooting and B DRpso who gas a few indictments for soiling liquor Tho Mormon elders a few days ago baptieod 0 W Millor and iit is thought that instead of hawing with tho Chamborscs any longer that ho will start out on a tramp with his brethren Aunt Cynthia Lowin raged about 00 years died at the ho to of her son John Lewis near tho bridge ThurHdny night She has Jiad hor burial clothes prepared for moro than five years and her request was to be dressed as soon as she diodeSho was a good religious old lady and has n hot of relatives and friends to mourn hor loss May 8 OMEGA I havo boon a sufloror from chronic diarrhoea ovor Binco the war anti have used nIl kinds of medicines for it At last T found ono remedy that has boon a miceosi as a cure and that is Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Djorrluca Remedy P E GUISHAM Gears Mills La For salo by J T Day MORGAN COUNTY MAYTOWN MISSIVES Mrs Linn Sample is visiting in town this wook Rev F Thomas of Campion is visiting in town this week Jordan Wills is repairing and slaking improvements on his now location Quito a crowd from this place attended the quarterly mooting at Union Sunday Miss Loon a Phelps has returned from a six months visit to rein tives in Fleming county Mr Howard of this place has purchased a Ono milk cow of Bon son Davis of Ezol at 10 Misses Artio Dyo Josie Patrick nUll Kato Swango were guests of Mrs Jennie Pioratt Friday Elliott Clark today a week ago bid his relatives friends and best girl goodbye nnd loft for tho broad hot Holds of Illinois Mosdamos Rilda Day and Emma rrimblo of Hazel Green visited thoir parents Jordan Wills and wife Thursday and brought some beautiful flowers to place on their brothors grave On Thursday last a largo crowd assembled at tho homo of Jordan Wills for tho purposo of rolling logs quilting cooking etc Wo have often hoard our parents speak of tho old fashioned workings but none of thorn could over compare with tho delicious dinner and tho sumptuous supijor put up by Aunt Judy for her friends May 8 HAZEL EYES JAMBS JANGLES Matt Amyx spout Sunday with yo scribeV Oldflold spent Saturday night with us Robert Niokoll attended church nt Day boro Sunday Harlau Wilton and wife topk in tho sights hero Sunday B H Rose drove a nice lot of young cattle through hero today Thorowill bo mooting at Salem Sunday and n largo crowd is ox pooted Joshua DpBusk of Paragon is this week visiting friends in this neighborhood James Shookoy has moved into his now dwelling All he now lacks is THK HERALD to road Elder Hiram Long and S 0 Byrd and wife attended mooting on Johnson crook Sunday F M Long is moving his sawmill from tho farm of Toni Leo to II F Pioratts farm on tho Murphy forkMay 8 NIVLA BVMM M H M I IeSELLARS SUNSHINE Aunt Goorgeaun Amyx visited us Sunday Clarke Justice loft Wednesday for Piko county Clay Wilson was in this neighborhood buying sheep last week ArbnryKash doing his driving ctt 1Ji x f11 Ipl I t4 3 klTiri01dfleld pMod thro her Saturday en route to Canoy Tom Robnot who has worked for Prey Wilson loft for his horn in Virginia last weak Tom Powell moved from Piko county to tho farm ho bought of loom Long near Salem Davo Johnson and others loft Sunday for Covington whoro they nro summoned fywitnesses T P Amvx was offered 40 for n pair cf suckling calves but holds thorn at 5GO John knows tho near way to tho dollar Buford Nickoll borrowed 250 of his father Sunday and traveled all dny trying to kitty sheop for tin Mt Sterling market Mutt Amyx bought a six days old calf of Marion Perkins for 12 Guess ho wants to marry or ho sure wouldnt givo such a price Monroo Stamper cut a boo troc on tho farm of J B Amyx last weok and saved tho hoes with 40 pounds of honey Doc knows how to find em May 8 RAYS Weak Eyes Are Mado Sfrono dim vision inndo clear stye removed ntid granulnlutl lidor wore eyes of nub kind ppcedily and cillctunlly cured by tho UPC of Sutherlands Enjlc Eye Salvo Its put up in ttibiH nud fold on n guar anteD by nil good druggists II l 5ir i- fJr Y t t- l Ytt I 1 1- rf s rllv J JI j tljI a The leadlIJri Spa iaisis Gi Mierica 0610m r t tlATE CURESTtc Cl1 fir ty- I1 ThouKinil of young nod iilJillonEel t in ii uro I ronbloJ with tills tllscarc many Jo r unvoiiitcloiiflr 1licv innjf ImvonHimt fT in tYtt ifkii fiiinll twiiitijj truai e irlotrp tutlll g piIsrt litnclrtIt j- ccdlnlcuhl In cUlIlInrncilll wcah 4orgaltrorrisF + lotlrnml nilthoryatplmn 1l- ofJ nervous IlolJlIlhl hnvo tcinulr f TUJIK Dont iotUoctomrxpcrhncnton i you by viltlpK tlrcl3lilrr or tcnrlrw r you hili will tint enroon ns It will m 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