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I 11 j = 1 1 t u L n tI I t 4Y+ McYP 1t ryY Fy hQ MFN4I+4dW1Tkiw t tt lttlE HAZEL t GREEN III3RALIX v P = hn Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and Hie Continent by Max ORill Jf t fII glKNGKK I Owner anti COOIKK Ktlltor The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains ioo wen TxAi t j31iOURTEENTIIMAY 18 1800 NUMBER JJ1 rII 1 eti i S 1 i it t i jrj c II f tCtit 1t i GARTERDRY GOODS IMIORTKKS AND DEAIEU8 1JT Q T rIDJAND NOTIONSLOUISVILLE KY Reference J Taylor Day Hnzcl Green GREEN SONS- WHOLESALE t BootSs1toesk 1525 W MAIN STREET OGXSVIIzrz JiY Y MENDEL GOSLING 5 CO JOBUEIIS IN HATS CAPS STRAW GOODS Gloves cC Umbrellas 627 and 620 W Main St- LOUISVILLEt KY t r ii 0eSuttIewortll Coe f Onfl f UfLOUISVILLE KY r It Br Jeans Kersey Cnssimere C Corduroy Pants and Suits DUCK COATS t Are acknowledged to be Superior to any produced Sizes guaranteed us marked tSTSOLD BY J TAYLOR DAY HAZEL GREEN KY J M ROBINSON NORTON CO LOUISVILLE KY OLD RELIA- BLETONICCurseusRcEhiis HUGHES 50c 100 Bottles Druggists Have It IMPROVEDTASTE PLEASANT RobinsonPellett CJtlllllrllllrntlI BODE HARDWARE COMPA- NYVIIOLESALE IARFWAREGZTOrtZX1r 1 CINCINNATI O Reference J Taylor Day Hazel Green EEe s Q FEBBB 1657 Raco St OO t t t a CINCINNATI Tho loading house for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING GOODS and NOTIONS Always have BIG Drives BySpecial attention to Mail Orders A e artt8 Manufacturers and Jobbers of BOOTS SHOES RUBBERS No3 W PEARL STltEE- TCINCINNATII i nntt t l m t WINCHESTER KY K iii WITIIEUSFOON President f1 K D 1IUNTEU Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 I Surplus 6000000 pThls Bank solicits the accounts of mer Chants farmers traders and business men inerally throughout Eastern Kentucky andd offers its customers every Jleral terms within the limits ol eitlmatebankingootl8lp NOT I1EDS Knvelopef UT YOUR tcttorlieiul Catnlosioii o prInted at UEUAtP oHlco GENERAL NEVS This seasons gold output of tho Klondike is estimated nt 20000 000 Tho Connecticut lower house de feated tho woman suffrage bill by vote of 108 to 03 Tho tax on coffee amounts to 14c ngInm1 Tho French commissioners of tho Paris exposition want tho famous American liberty boll as an exhibit Both tho United States senators from Alabama have reached a ripe old ago Morgan is 75 and Pottus 78 Tho population of Jerusalem has beonjrapidly increasing of late and is now 45000 of thoso 28000 are Jews pnrlinmont of moat inspection very hostile to tho American interests At Roubaix Franco all public schoolchildren 11000 in number rocoivo free food and clothing at tho expense of the town An offer of 20000 for three or chids exhibited at tho Antworp ox hibition of horticulture has been refused by the owner of tho flowers Gon Otis reports to tho War de partment that tho Filipino insurgents are weakening every day and that tho end of till rebellion is nearAt the opening of tho Louisiana state industrial fair at NewOrleans impressive ceremonies wore hold commemorative of tho return of peace ThoXTnitod States cruiser Now ark has loft Rio Janeiro south ward under hurry orders It is thought she is bound for tho Phil ippinesMoro that 2000000 trees have boon planted along tho line of the Northern Pacific railroad in Da kota to servo as protection from snow drifts The report that oxSecretary Sherman will be a candidate for governor of Ohio is denied by Harry R Probasco of Cincinnati rela tive of Mr Sherman Tho Chinese minister at Wash ington has made a strong protest to tho State department against tho extension of the United Statss Chinese exclusion to Cuba According to a stamont by tho Navy department Admiral Dowoy will bring the Olympia to Now York when the labors of tho Phil ippine commission is ended The governor of Kansas has invited tho governors of tho western states to attend tho annualTrans missippi commercial convention at Wichita May 31 to Juno 3 Spain is collecting ovidonco with n view of claiming a cession of land in China as indemnity from the Chinese government for permitting tho steamer Abbey to leave Canton last August with arms for the Phil ippinesAt Peru from tho ob servatory 8050 feet abovo tho sea the air is so clear that a black spot an inch in diameter placed on a whito disk can bo soon on Mount Charchani a distance of 11 miles through a 13inch telescope Mrs Augusta Styles 35 years old shot and killed hor mother Catherine Schultz at Chicago her oxcuso for tho crime being that her mother had revealed a closed chap tor of her Mrs Styles early life Mrs Styles was arrested Tho State department has been informed that tho now Spanish minister tho Duke dArcos will prosont his credentials to the pros ident early in Juno and that lIon Bellamy Storer will bo received by tho Queen Regent of Spain at tho same timo Capt Bonoi of the Now Zealand line lens circumnavigated the globo 524 times and thinks ho holds the record The route of the lines steamers is from England to Now Zealand by way of the CapoofGood Hop6 arid bank by Gop6 Iiornvi J i CITIZENS MEETING At Which Are Passed Resolutions Con downing tho Outrages Porpotratod Upon Prof Wm H Cord At a meeting of tho citizens of ufJsdnjovoning tation of the town being present on motion John M Rose was elect ed chairman and W T Gnakoy secretary It was not necessary that the object of tho mooting bo explained for tho reason that the entire town had decided that an expression in plain and pointed terms bo given by the citizens clop recating and condemning certain degrading crimes perpetrated in our midst by individuals or an in dividual too cowardly to lot them solves bo known and too low to be recognized by any one who has any respect for himsolf or lovo for law and order Tho chairman appointed a com mittoo 011 resolutionsconsisting of Judge G W Wheeler J H Pioratb and W 0 Mizo which committee presented tho follow ing which wore adopted Resolved That wo brand as cow ards and ingratos to decency law and order tho party or parties who on Saturday evening last in tho darkness of night made a per sonnl attack on our fellowcitron Prof Wm II Cord and not only then but previously have nttompt ed to vent venomous spleen upon him by destroying his property and in various ways to tear down tho good ho is so successfully ac complishing not only in our midst but for so vast an area in the moun tains of Kentucky 2nd Wo hereby express our highest esteem for Prof Wm II Cord his good wife and colaborors in tho school and during the eight years they have sprout laboring in our midst they have elicited noth ing but tho highest encomiums from all who hut at heart tho up building of molt and tho spreading of knowledge 3rd Wo feel justified in asserting that no student of tho school has been engaged in the actions wo heroin condemn but fool assured that tho guilty pirty or parties stand alone rosponsiblo and that without countenancing of their acts by any other citizen or citizens of our town and wo pledge our solves to use our utmost endeavors to ferret out tho degraded criminal if it bo possible and expose him to tho derision of tho community and tho punishment of the law and should such offenses against good citizenship and public or private property bo perpetrated again in tho future wo hold ourselves ready to attempt to tho utmost extent to bring tho perpetrators to account 4th As a mark of tho high es teem in which wo hold Prof Cord a copy of those rosolutios shall be delivered to him by time chairman and TilE HAZEL GUEEN HERALD bo requested to publish theso proceed ingsOn motion tho meeting thou ad journod JOHN 11 ROSE Attest Chairman W T CASKEY Secretary I had a littlo boy who was nearly dead from an attack of whooping cough Mynoighbors recommend ed Chamberlains Cough Remedy I did not think that any medicine would help him but after giving him a few loses of that remedy I noticed an improvement andono bottle cured him entirely It is tho best cough medicine I over had in tho housoJ TJo MOOUE South Burgottstown Pa For sale by J T Day New Storlos of Washington Paul Leicester Ford tho histo rian and novelist has gathered to gether from various sources a num ber of now stories of Washington and publishes thorn in tho May Ladies Homo ournataB Tho An ecdotal Side of George Washington All the Btbnesaro capitally told and together they reveal tho characteristics of the g eat Anted canin a most interesting end imp prosslvomannor 1 In rf1IIrd S Written for TilE HERALD IN STORY AND IN SONG Hall to TUB IlKUAin of hazel Green Now in Its fifteenths year Still onward upward is Its nlm To brighten nnd to cheer Its been a treasure In the past While nil Its sheets portray Bright ncmU of your friends abroad And happenings of today It is not pleasure thrown away 0 did you ever pause Or did yoi ever think twns you Who could advance Its cause l How many of you will today Your help to it extend Remembering that in by gone years It has proved your truest friend f On wings of flight for fourteen years To every land U How A welcome guest nnd its fair name On every tongue soon grow And thus twill be as ages sweep The scythe of time along The renders will TUB II Kit A U greet In story and in song SAM WILSON Ilnzul Green Ky THE STATE CONVENTION Oiiical Call dado by tho Democratlo Stato Executive Committee At a mooting hold by tho Demo critic State Executive Committee in tho city of Lexington on March 8 1800 it ordered that a state convention bo holcl in tho city of Louisville on Wednesday Juno 21 1890 for the purposo of nominat ing Domocrating candidates for state oilicors to bo voted for on November 7 1800 Said conven tion shall ho called to order at 11 oclock a in- Delegates to said state convon tion shall be chosen at county mass convention to bo hold at tho vari ous county court houses in counties having but one legislative district of which duo notice shall bo given by the various county chairmen In counties having more thou ono legislative district there shall bo a convention for each legislative dis trict to bo hold at some convenient point to be indicated by tho chair man of tho legislative district tom mitteo who shall advertise in tho local papers tho location for said convention at least ton lays prior to the ditto fixed by this commit too Said county and legislative district conventions shall bo mold at 2 oclock p11 standard time on Juno 17 18flS Said convon tions shall ho culled to order by tho chairman of tho rospoctivo county or legislative district com mittees The basis of representation of each county to the said state con vention shall bo ono delegate for each 200 votes and fraction con silting of 100 or more votes cast for tune head of tho Democratic electoral ticket at tho presidential election in 1800 j provided that each county shall have at least ono delegate vote All known Democrats and othors who supported Wm J Bryan for president and those who pledge thomsolvos to support tho nomi nees of said convention shall bo entitled to participate in county or legislative district conventions P P JOHNSTON Chairman OWEN COOHUAN Secretary Tho Farm Journal has nearly two million readers each issue it is putting in a now press that will print 200 copios a minuto it is the best farts paper in America and it ploasos tho women folks all to pieces Wo have made a special arrangement by which wo are able to send tho Farm Journal for tho balance of 1809 and all of 1000 1001 1902 and 1008 nearly fivo years to all subscribers of THE HAzEr QUEEN HERALD who pay a year in advance Call and got a samplo copy Please bo prompt Look at the data after your namo and if behind on flub orintion Y1Vi onerandhgvoitlrdii q that ill riglttawap1 MONTHLY SUFFERING Tifonsanda of women are troubled at monthly inter palDsIn back breasts ebouldersaidcabipsand But they need not suffer These pains are symptoms of derangements thatcane corrected The men Dtrual function should operate tifcffittmakesf and regular It puts the deli cate menstrual organs in condU properlyAndpainWIlYmonth titer month when Wine of Carini will relieve her It costs i 00 at the drug store Why dont you get a bottle today For advice In cases requiring givIngAdvisory Department The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tcun MM ROZENA LEWIS sayitII with terrible pains In my head end buck but hays bun ntlrilr rilHrcd by Wine ol Cwdul t SPRJNG 1890 TREES PLANTSVINES Fruit nnd Ornamental Trees Shrubs Small Fruits Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden JEW Wo employ 110 agents t- Roll at reasonable prices Strawberry and Troo Cata logues on application to H F HILLBNMBYER LEXINGTONI KY Phonlo 278 0 n MAIONKY J n ADAMS MALONEY ADAMS SILVERSMITHS and JEWELERS LEiS CITY WOLFE COUNTY KY Ilepnir Clocks Jewelry of all lowest prices Watches nail kinds at the and guarantee satisfaction in all cases Special attention to orders bY m- allHair I Store Wo liars In stock a hull line of Hair Switches from 100 to 1000 each Wigs Curls and Putts Pompadour and Empire Combs all styles of Hair Pins Corset- and valsta fitted to the form Stamped Linens at reduced prices 811k at three 3 cents per skein COLOUINE for changing tho hair to any shade Z suQrdcrs by tuafl will receive prompt attention miS M A KETCHUJJ Upper and Church Sts Leinglon Kr MCZKMGENERALWRSMITHLEXINCTON VoroircaUrof blifamoa and mpouHfe 41 0 COHM0ICULWLE6E OF KYi UWEiSltfh t- swardNtllcetMlMWrWaisac v- co i td t nda of irTith B t kin d oo 1811EjJDCI n neKeettHikytr a w I dr w w J Etelc I en 1 t- J Jfr w7 Ifs J S rti w- w r t g J 1 I lI 6 ff- I b JI Ii I f 9- A f r t A wt j wter It p If J I IIU r t1 X r t- U Jt t rid I I t JI JI I I I 1t I IIii i i i I r i x f 4r 4i tltvtit i = U THE HERALD SPXNCER COOPER Publisher HAZEL GREEN t it i t t KY r A PRAYER FOR RAIN The thirsting earth O Lord Looks longingly to Thee One common prayer Is poured From herb and lower and tree On stony beds the rills have hushed their hnppy eons And on a thousand For food Thy hlllaII Tho patient farmers spend In toll tho weary hours Trusting that Thou wilt send The Increnso with Thy showers And we though wo forget And mako Thy mercies vain We nro Thy children yet a Send rain 0 Lord send mintI Charles S Greene In Overland Monthly IP II THE CARUTIIER i AfFAIRI t DARiJiDEfw tZ rt2 SYNOPSIS Minimi Hendrleks great detective Jug lturne1 from Hoston tlmta awaltlni him 1n unsigned typewritten letter illncttnj aim to apartments In Tastes hottl where Ie wilt flail remain of Mr Wvldon ruth erscurrently reported for pant two wet KM to be out of town Detective tfcvnis to eon nect letter with attempt made on hit own life aomo time prcvloti GOll with friend Dr LamtiUIn to InvestlKnto tpon wrareh of Cnrtithr apartments remain of rrt rnnied K dy ami jeweled hand of victim arc found In a VBM Iliinil bears ninrk of lager nails ninnlcuretl to sharp pnints lamt kin recalls reports of n row lirtwern Oaruthers and Arthur nitlow both suitorsI for hand of Dorothy Huntington who IsI heiress to several tnlllloiiH should she marry Cnruthcra uncondltlnnnlly In core of tar others death Lute that night Hcn lrl ki and Jinpkln call at homoofMI UiintlnK ton Dorothy shows detoctlve typewrltn letter which was aa Invitation for hrstl and aunt to occupy with Count luntlnnl Itullnn nobleman his box nt Mrs how MS ho wan called out of town by prewtht business Silo recalls rtlulmv hud exprn+ ktv before murder Intenco hatredl for Lsruth r and believes him guilty yet docitlfs to htlpI hint Bho tells her aunt of her puriKM Qre t heavoasl whore would you gtY gasped Mrs AVlnJrtxt cnPTlm 11 Dorothy turned nnd ntiswcreilI To the studio Kvcii if he has left Henri will tell me something about him for Henri would do anything fur me Hutbut Its almost daybreak op posed Mrs Winfret Its bad enough jvo it IK but for you to go looking up u murderer at smith an unsccmy hour Dorothy laid her hand on the bell but ton nnd rang Then she walked to the door openliiK into the corridor nnd Irs Wlmre heard her call to the servant below and order the carriage All right mlssl tunic up from the linll beneath in sleepy accents Mm Winfret rose nnd came to her niece her two hnudf outstretched Wait until morning darling she begged You will aiuicmpllsh just na mush lUll run no risk of being tilht l about If you dont go with me I go atone burst from the determined girl Get ready I will dress myself lu n moment- I wont be long said Mrs Winfret resignedly 1 know nothing else will satisfy you You ore simply In loe null love known no reason Ten minutes later the two Indies Mood shivering lu the dark nsphnlt paved portecochere waiting for the car singe When the wondering coachman drove round they got Into time vehicle and drew their syrups around them Rembrandt Studio building lames sold Mrs Winfrct her teeth chattering Not a wonl passed between the oc cupants of the carriage on the Way mil I town IU Wlnfrct put herarms roundI her stately niece cud etude n gentle ef fort to draw tbeglrla head to her shoul der but Mint lluntingtoii sat Milllv erect The tragedy hud ns It were turned her to stone She drew a long trembling breath on her aunt removedI her taut and that was jIU When the carriage stopped at till studio building Dorothy opened the door and stepped quickly down to tit sidewalk Her aunt followed her inn the dimlylighted hall A colored boy atasleep on n bench at the open eleva tor and the jarring of the car as they entered It awaked lima Mr Qlelows studio salt Dorothyt bonricly The boy rubbed his eyes with one hand and with the other grasped the lever and they began to ascend U ho lur asked Mrs Winfre- tI cant say madam 1 came on nt tkrcc oclock tln he U not In said Dorothy his errant will give me the information with Tenth floor said the boy IIt1Ingthe door open Second door on the left1 The two ladle passed down one of the Jong corridor till they canto to a door tIM tlanAOmot which transmitted a soft fmeBlsh refulgence from subdued rungfXtfctagainstjtI i inside They foind themselves in n Pupate hallway nnd further on through parted oriental curtains they saw the lights of the large reception room Untcringlt they found it still nml vacant The roof had a great sLy light hurl the several windows looking eastward were of polished plate gloss Through them when the curtains vre parted the rays of the moon felt weird- lyJ and blended Incongruously with the low burning lights uf the chandelier overhead In nooks nod recesses dark bronze n nd white marble Hintt ties loomed c11Ito do they heard a step In the adjoining room sand Henri presented a tcrrilled visage over the top of a grot iijiicly carved wooden wrest Who IIs 1t1 he cried out in a voice that shook strangely He had not rec ognized the vlfctors It IU 1 Henri Miss Ilttutlugton Vhere IIK your master lien ri slowly stnlled from behind the screen lIlIYOIi Miss Dorothy I he stam mered nod theta he stood n mute picture of indecision Ills gum mice shifting to ii nil fro uncariily Where is Mr GtelowV I must MT hutstold the lieiress Henri mncfe no response Heclutehed H brass stand on which limysame curios tad they shook and rattled harshly A small piece of china fell to the floor with a crash hut he did out notice it Miss Iluntington stepped de lliierutely to the chandelier nud raised cue of tlC lights Then her eyes fells on Henri His collar was unfastened hIS necktie awry mad his lung Much hull jmnbloi his eyes tanked ns if from weeping tthey had swollen too big for their sockets Whnts the matter Henri V asked Miss llnntington almost fiercely his hearing and aspect hurling a fresh shaft of conviction Into her heart Speak I soy dont you know I am as true a friend to him nsyon are Ilclies gone Mls Dorothy nsII the reply Cone Where1 Tine man sank on n divan forgetful of foOllnj11L11l11 Ills wcaNncfts seemed to appeal to the uthvI wither Slit tottered to till grand plant which open satin littered with sheets of music nod the nshcs and re mniiiK of cigars stood near and leaned heavily upon It Mis Winfrel Ktrpped up to the man mad Inlrl a 11111111111 11111 IIi hnnd uu his shoulderWhere Ihas he gone to V she demand Id Speak I say Henri looked lntiilringly jit Dorothy nid perceiving that she was hanging on his tcplysold I dont lusotyII cant say but he has left forever foifver Mss iDorothy The girl felt her knee growing weakI and slit sunk into n rustic choir whic- h1r lover had brought from the hills of Palestine Presently slit leaned for ward Henri you must tell 11111111 you know tihtlIII1 firmly I sm his fric11dml know IcanI be trusted 1 know thnt well Iioii Dorothy his accent bftrnylnjf just time fnintest touch of hU French birth hut he made me promUeI not to betray him to any one although almost till last ort he- apolatsstoaaylirtlid It fur your sake 111 It for my stiLt muttered the girl nod tlitrc she paused It looked as 1f slit WIt afraid that Henris next words would furnish Ipositive cnnHrmn tion of her worst fears l It was not fur thero Iii hurt with Mr Caruthersat the club Id really lw lievc that there was some mistake about it rontinutd Henri in n dismal half whine half sobbing tune limit as it IIK he lints ruined himself for nil time The man burled his face JII his tense huuils anal rockedl back nil forth inn storm of emotion Henri wild Miss Huntlpgtoimt the lowe ebbof hoJI doyou belleTcyour miisJcr killt d Mr Canithers I lUlu been wanting to go to the Palace hotel to Und out if anything lias gone tvroug there was the answer but my muster toll me to stay rlgh lure mud dray tojiny caller that he hind left theelty lit said he had murdered MrI Cnriithers hot I hlllII a I must hope that maslfr was out uf huh tinaolI GrcaltlndlexcaimrdUotntbyoa I I der her breatlj uml thou sin raised her voice Ilcionfewvttj II to you Henri nodded He sold so Mb Dorothy but Henri Mr Caruthcrs was murdered ten days ago In his rooms at the Palace hotelAre lrcrmisurcIlissAornthyYes cele brated criminal detective in the United States informed me of it about an hour agoThen It is true gasped the serv nut My mate not only told me about it but I overheard him confessing it to Count Unntinnl Time count was asking him nil the particulars nod then I heard the count soy Now you must tell Henril Tell him you did Itand then remember you must make your escapeThen some one rang for me and I came in Master was walking up and down the room tearing his hair and crying and wearing terribly He was lib a madman He would take hold of a statue nnri choke it and yell out Oh Ive got you now you blockhearted rouel if I cant haVe her she shall be free front your dirty clutchesl Then he turned ns I entered and started to fly at me with the fury of u tiger but the count caught him nnd drew him hack Tell hm now said the count tell lion about the murder And then master grew calmer nUll told me n frightful story such an un naturalI one that I wns surf he was mail limit the count told me It WitS true and ordered me to pack my masters bag with n few things More dead than alive I obeyed and then theywent away h1glt hclIWhere did they go asked the heiress 1 dont know Till poor fellow was Insane said Mrs Winfret comfortingly ns slue put her ami round the shoulders of her niece Even IIf he is caught nnd brought back his ansotnmdncss of mind cnn easily be established Come dar ling lets go home 1IlIIllIIltll pHI ntc now your uncles heir unconditionally nnd If ytm wish you can spend all your fortune in saving the poor fellow 1 Dorothy rose stillly nnd as placidly ns one In n dream followed her aunt from the room and down to the enl tingeHenri accompaniedI them to the door unit then crept sobbing tad snltlling btckJ to his own apartment lie hud scarcely turned his back when a man crawled out from behind u heavy curtain of n little meats He went softly to the dour unlatched it earl glided out tutu the dimlylighted cor Iridor lie turned a corner and going own one of the dnrket and narrowest hallways on the same Hour he n p proached n man sitting on a windowsill I know you are cold and tiled he said Rut I could not get away tin+ er It was time voice of Minard thou rlrieks and he was speaking to Dr lampkin I found the dour of the studio open and got in safely enough I was tot late to see lilelow and just as I wns about to cum out Miss Hunting ton nnd her mint enme in and turned up the gnus I hind1 to lie low limit I over litartl wlmt Ill bet the polite will never Set out of the artists servant I lien rd him tell Miss Hlltltitl ton tlmt Tielow mud confessed to the munler- As theyttniked away through the lottly streets Hendrleks recounted minutely what km taken place In the studio Hell never hang for it If he is caught wns the doctors comment I COULD SEE KOLA PPHIND A SCREEN when his friend had concluded It IIs plait tlmt lie K as mad us n march hare The detective resirved his opinion on that Kint and lnmpkln studied lib fmc In no little surprise 1 lend ricks uusrtlill ruck n snatch on a wall nod lighted a cigar He held two in his hand but he was too much absorbed to edge the remaining tm lighted one to his friendYou certainly think filclow did the killing dont yon 7 questioned Lamp trntlingIutItOh beg pardon exclaimed thedel tivtlve I Iurns tint thinking of what 1 tats duhmg As toyourqnestionlt is ll- c by too early to prcrouncc the artist jMillty Mine or 1 sane IIf 1 did tlmt tinre would br nothing left to end I dont operate that way1I111aII1 heaved a big 1Jh Doctor metals when this thins IIs sifted to tillII bottom It will be Raid the most glgnn tie piece of snewd criminality ever I hllrllufI nc home iiilckly rrttt 1 want to think I mer tome perplexing detail- sClilT1u VII detCtheI theItry begun He tact Hendrleks ash sprang front a cub lu front of Grace church on Hrondway- I have but n minute to spare the looleIyoungfellowsI am just now studying cremation You want to see ICU a onehanded man has been taken to a regular crematory Ah n good Idea of course Have you tend the papers Only tho headlines Theyare enough for me Denharas star Is in the eventuaUyhtoHo seems not to have got a word out of Clelows servant replied the doctor II He didnt know how to do HIt LMJIJUIU the luau of experience In such things There are ninny theories nil vancid I presume The doctor nodded All of them point to Gielows love affair and his recent flight They make Miss Huntlngton disagreeably con spicuous lad n blasted shnme too milt tered Hendrleks She belongs to the swell pang and all that and wns horn with time proverbial spoon In her pretty mouth but nil the same she is n credit to womanhood the stuff mothers of great men are made of If slit rends the papers she will feel sorely hurt for not one of them credits the poor fellow with even temporary Insanity They have mantle hut out a coldhearted coolheaded villain who not satisfied with killing his man crc mates his body simply to show thoma llgulty of his hatred Hendrieks wits moving away his hand outstretched when a sudden thought lighted up his face and he said Anything in the papers nbnmit his having been Inst seen in the company of Count Hnntlnni Not a word Then Dcnhnm is minus the chief clew to the whole business Poor file low One of the headlines dubs him a Dr Jekyll and a Mr Hyde n mini who ILl lit Madonnas and angels and at the same time in the devils vilest agent I hope you will run across some timing jn Gitlows favor said Lamp kin tiny jot help him if 1 cant stud the detective with feeling This fore noon 1 went all till way out to Kolas place on the 1nlisndes hoping hr might aid mo in some way I found him ab sorbed in erystalgaing and I knew MI would irritate him to be interrupted till It pleased his fancy His ensten stream had led me into the great dark mini where kola sat and whispered tt I must wait till the prince of oceuH huMcrdnsh haul received some pgychio Impression or other Trout whereI was placed I IonlllIl lKola behind a screen IHn pMt vns towards me Ills lips wire moving conMnnly rend his eye hulls standing out from his cheeks on still muscles He IIs II lit subject for t miiMtmi lie Tins had sonic accident i vith an explosive with which he was ex perimenting It mitt his hair was singed oIl closeI lie actually looks uncanny I sat without a word urt sign uf recogni thin trout him till I got tired and stole away I didnt know he had moved out there said the doctor Oh yes and till place suits him to a T1 lie found an old colonial mansion built half of brick half of stone in a woodci portion of ClifUldis Park the most inaccessible part of the Palisades 11olllul out by accident that it was under contract to be turn down before long and got a couple of years least on it and recently he received a Garland of oriental rubbish from somewhere and has turned the interior iota the queer est looking retreat you ever saw I got onto his idea not lung ago and while it is nut exactly nlmve board I have nothing to say for New Yorker the wealthy ones love to h limn hugged and Kola has discovered tint they sire willing to pay for It to hoot The vast mystery with which the rascal i vests his personality dues the work He couldnt have chosen a better phce Tir old mansion is reputed to have been the headquarter of n ummmgof thieves 01 Kinjr standing timid when they were dis banded ten years ago I heart much about time place One of the thieves who died in prison said a gangof conn Itrh Items hind operated there for tlf teen years and hilt the mrst perfect out lit in tIll cellars beneath the lions that wiis ever owned hi America As I isaid the mystrry does the work for 1 KaHe ret ives applicants for psychic mitts rjcs III the dark or when he is cowled gowned ard mnsked 1 heard of one multimillionaire who wanted his ad vice and went out there one afternoon III n coach with six armed attendants hlghIIlIllnIrlnsI rapidly1 I able money lit hn founded n sort of cult and I assure you none lint till rich ne admitted Do you think lie can really tell pen pic things they dont know asked Dr ltimpklu He often gives me valuable hints nnswcred Hendrleks with a shrug 1 have no Idea how he gets Ills Informa tine You know tty weak point is sir perdition I cant help It I shall talli with him about this case before It is wottldtakef w I1nntlllniI what he thinks of him I walled at the counts hnltIIftwas as mum topmoclcetlvalet I wanted to receivedDlnhlltnmllwastypewrittenTO BE CONTINUED Iua t Warning He Did rend about youngwoman IcecreamSheNo IladbtheIce1ndanapoU A LITTLE NONSENSE S t liewfttIime vratchcd pot nerei 1Iwettw n a bjackpotniapicSWooing In the Forest Pnrrot tthis nrwl chosen mate = You are the only bird I ever lot d Ills Mnto1 Oh say 1 Im not so green as 1 look Town Topics 1II I1I saw Whlston just now Hes an odd stick SVleksII believe you As eccentric as ever I suppose I IIldcFntH1C anything lie doesnt claim to have had the I rllBostonTranscript Modest CandorSltcAtom so you saw service In Cuba I do hope you were one of the first to go up San Juniv hill Oh no l I wasnt a newspaper correspondent 1 wns only u soldier Chicago News Mrs IIOIUlootIIl tits Mala prop thats nn heirloom Is been In MrI Proudfmits faintly over a hundred years MrsI Mnlalo tell I I1vtl1 been nnggin at John Henry to gett an heirloom cer since we moved to the city but he cant find fumyexcept sec und isamloutsdealers Weekly Hows your wife this morning1 Shes very happy indeed I under st ood slit w as suffering wit lit he grippe Slit has It but she isnt Buffering You sc slit bought n Micent bottle of medicine for IIS cents souse tints ago and slit was beginning to despair of ever having a chance to use ItCutha- ile Standard nod Times LIVING OCEAN TRAPS Minister Clnm That tattle 1I11J a Prey In Tin1 Ir tItteLllu Mi ells In Smith Paeillc waters arcfound some of the largest shells known One is ii clnmliUe shill t Ith huge ribs called till triilncna one uive of which hits been known to tIgh2to pounds The meat alone ueighed J i or more pounds anil a single animal if served on tin1 half shell ivoiild nlYord a good meal for 30 men The tridnenu lots the habit of Ilyfng with its valves portly open as though to trap some unwary traveler It lists earned an unsavory reputation nnd iis considered an animal to lit avoid ed unless menu are at hand to render it harmless The attention of white men wrs lust nttraeted to this trap when a party of collectors were rowing over till reef in search of ran1 corals They suddenly saw a large fish heating the surface violently with its head out of till water As they duct scar Ihey saw that the fish was n large shark which had heft Ianghi III II 1 living trap Its tail orthi lower lobttns held securelyI by a giant shell jthe triiiaena the strung and powerful irolliisk clinging to it with a IIliII gt tisp There is a rust rn record of a man having bet cntrnpptt d in a similar toy He was It American collector unfamil tar with the reef nnds strange inhab itants and seeing what he supposed to bea great grit mmstn nnciiinnrallpiiptcd to grasp i1 Rat the anemone disap pratd and like n viseI the filgcs of the shell clamped tilt wrist of the unfortu torte collector who to Isis horror found hi lmust Jt anchored in a stooping iposi thIn by his hand The tide was rising not a person was in sight mud there Will apparently no possible chant of escape The cal letter fortunately hind a knife and nlnuivt crazed by the pain he Egan an attack upon the shell but every ithrust he made only caused tote powerful ani mal to clasp him closer and add to his agon It wns ImpossibleI toeulI wound the fhill the lUll being too hard soul the unit Iusing to do wa + to wall and hope that the shell would relax amid permit him to meek his Imnrt out Sv oiiils sieiiml niinnto lint minute hours Time water was rising higher ami highs a gentlet hate had sprung up nnd waves began to form thatt threw the water against the captive lit had shout feteriiilned upon a terrible al imiativclo cut till iris hand to save his lift when the shill visibly relaxed its hold and with a ciiick jerk he pulled out the maimed and hclpr i member timid turned in slmtreN Y Sun A in e r lean I iilvcrHltliM The ilevelopmenl of universities ins t1gchlrlI i hJItI within Ithe past few ytars that this de velopment I Ins begun to be geiienil It Iis at last rceognied hail h at home andI abroad that we have evolved a ttype ot promise and the German ttype although more closely resembling the latter After the civil war there vvnsn large exodus of American students to Ceriuany for the instruction that wns not to hohad here pending the work of reoonstruc tion in higher education Rat with tho return of more settled conditions our educators with President Idiot of hum vard at their head turned their atten tion to the working out of plans for higher training than that offered by the conventional college course anil progressf11uniform It is based on the idea that the college shall be the basis of the university and that the latter shall tend to restrict its privileges to gradu mite stut1enlaN Y Commercial Ad rtiser 1- rA Y t t w sC ii Y m I s r t jir- 9r r i l V ttt I II It J t il lk s1i I i i t i- r 1 I t i i r r kf i t i h aM 1 M t 1 I o i 21 Ii r I I ft JJJ o fh I c i 0 tg 0 r t e t- tj k t 4 1 j 11 1 tJ T 7i iI i J StRI CtTIME OF LIFE I A Sermon on the Scenes of Youth by Dr Talmage I A Dunn True Chnrntr Will Coate Uut IIthlt the KlreHlu loiiie Hhuulil lie the llrlulilmt Iliiiv on ICurlli I Many tender recollections ure stirred by lr Tulmnges discourse and scenes of boyluuid and girlhood days will be lived over again text Timothy v 4t Let them learn first to show piety at home During the summer months the1 tend ency Is to the Held to visitation to fur cign travel aiui the watering places and the ocean steamers arc thronged gutlltrInmonths we spend many of the hours within door and the apostle sours to us and says that we ought to lX- lIlelSl Christian behavior amid allI such circumstances Let them leant lust to show piety at home lungtug to serve lied They admire Luther at the diet of Worms and only wish they bad home such 1gnat opportunity lit which to display their Christian prow ess They admire ianl making Felix I tremble and they t fly wish that I hiII had Mime such grand occasion hiIi hIIIIIII1I1I11ullcII is an opportunity to exhibit their Christian heroism Now the apostle radically says I will show you a place where you cum exhibit all tthat is grand and beautiful and glorious in Christian character and that is tin domestic circle Let Ithem learn tirst to show piety at home I If one Iis nut faithful in an insignificantI sphere he will tint be faithful in a resounding sphere If Icter will nut help the 1111willI the Kingdom at the Pentecost If Paul will not take pains to instruct In the way of salvation the jailer of the Phil ippiiin dungeon he till never make Felix tremlile lie who iis not j in a skirmish would not lc huh fllllhllIllI an Armageddon Till tart is we arc all placed ill jll1 the position ill we can most graiullv sire lilll hithII we ought not to Ibe ehielly I 1I1I about since sphere of usefulnrsK thich- H + + c may utter axxhile gain hull Ile nil aiiMirlilug 4111 lion 11thtlll and with me ought 1011 Lonl1 that wilt lliou hays me now mid here to do i There iis our urdl in St Pauls ad in ru Zion around which the most of our thoughts will revolve That word is i home AsK1 ten different men the meaning of that ward and they will ghe you ten dlllerent ilclinitions To i one it means Ioe at the heattli plen ty at the table industry at the workl i stand intelligence at the books devo tion at the altar In that household discord never suuuui its wtrw hoop nail inception utter tricks with its fale tier To him it meuns a greeting at r the door and a smile il the chair peace him ring like wings joy chipping its hands with laughter Life is n iron f hull lake Pillowed1 on the ripples sleep In bhaiow Ask nnothcr man what r WllItri kiuadiug hunger in an empty trend tiav The damp air shivering with Cure No lilblo on the shelf Cliil drin robbers and Its ttlrrcrs in iMnbryn IMixeene songs their lullaby Kcry face a picture of ruin Want in the background it nitsilt sinrinjr front tilt front No Sabbath wave rolling rivet that iloorslll Vestibule of the pit Shadow of Infernal walls l11rmart forcing rvcrlnstiiiK ilinius Fagots i1II1I an unending funeral pile Awful w r It iis spelled with curses it weeps with ruin it chokes with woeit swear with the death agonyof despair The word home in the one case menus everything bright The word hunt In tot other case means every thing terrific 1 shall speak now of home as a testl of character home as a refuge home ns a political safeguard home as a fichool end home as a 1 type of Heaven And in the first place home is a pow erfnl test of diameter The disposi lion in public stay be in gay costume while in private It is dishabille As play actors may appear in one way on the stags and may appear in another way behind the scenes so lUiyitc charac tor may be diiTerent from public char neter Private character is often pub He ehnrncter turned wrong side out A man rimy receive yon into his parlor as though he weiv a distillation of Millies sad yet his heart only be a swamp of I nettles There are business men who all day long arc mild and courteous and genial and good natured in conuner vial life damming back their irritabili ly and their petulance and their dis Jontent but at nightfall the data breaks and molding pours forth iu ioods and frcshcta K UlllIltltlollt is only tits shadow of I V character and a very small house some J times will cost a very large shadow The lips may seem to drop with myrrh 1 and cassia unit the disposition to he ns 1rjght and warm us n sheath of sunbeams and yet they tally only be n jl tnrnlf1c nt show window for a wretch r hellstack of goods There Is many a T tuna who Is affable m public Ife and amid commercial spheres who in n cowardlyl way takeshia anger and hit petulance home and drops them In the dotmvstio circle The reason men do publicIsknocked down There are men who hide thflr petulance and their Irrita bility just for the stone reason that prwtestItreason that Ithey do tint want a man in their stuck company to sell his stocK belxv par lest it depreciate the value As at sunset sometimes the wlyd Lunybepeople who in public set the philan thropist who at home act the Nero with theirgotynludulxn gun and pencil went through the forests of America to bring down and to sketch the beautiful birds and after lulllpltIt11hisin Philadelphia anti went oil for n- ftwtiay s recreation anil rest and came buck and found thatI t the ruts hash utter ly destroyed the mami tipt hat with out any discomposure and without any trett or bad temper he again picked up his gun and his pencil anti visited all the great forests of America and re produced his immortal work And yet there arc people with the tcu thou sandth part of that loss alti are utterly iirreconcilable who at the loss of n pencil or an article of raiment will hints as long soil loud null sharp as a northeast storm Now that meat who i a Ira hh Hi public and who is ir lisi itshle In private Iis making n fraudu lent crud overissue of slock and he iis as had a a bank that might have lIIIIIlltil or WMHM of hills iu circula Ition withI no spool iIn the vault Let us learn to show pity at home If we Lute it tint there we have it out mix where If we tact not genuine grace in the latnily circle all our outward and pub lit plausibility merely springs ftom the fear of the world or from the slimy putrid poolI of out own cllishrc s I tell you the home Isi a mighty test of character What you aic at hash yuu fur evcrvwhereI whether xuii demon stratiI it or hut Again home IIs II rGtge Iit in Ihl- 1lIihcl SIltIoIIIIIIlIlIlhllIl1l ollill nlilll- III 1tHtI a lung march wihi ecr autt- aauti a Idrllllh allll1 hattie 11cru tide we pitch our lentI sad slack the arms we hang up the WIll cap and our head on the knapsack we sleep until Ihe+ inoriiiiiii bugle calls u In march lo this action How pleasant it iis to re hearse tIhr victories sad theI surprises a nil the attacks of the day seated by tIlt still cainptirp ol this home circle Veil Ililt Is a stormy sea With shivi ercd masts and torn snits and hulk aleak we put in at Ithe haibornf house Hlfsscd harbor There we go for repairs in drydi rk The caudle in the window isI to the tolling man the lighthouse guiding Mm into port Children go forth to meet their fathers as pilots nt tin Narrows tithe tilt hand of ships The doorsill of the home is the wharf where heavy life IIs unladenI There iis the place where we may talk of what we have dune without hour charged with self adulation Iota iis the place where we may lounge without lit I hg thought imcrucrftil There iis tilt place where we may express alYrdion without being thought silly There iis the place where ve may fowl bur an noyances and exa peiUiiHi and troubles Forlorn earth pug juts no lioint Then die That is better The gesso i brighter tuul grander and more glorious than tlus world with no Itnt front marching with no harbor from the storm with no platt of trvst-1 front Ibisi erne of greed ctrl goujje and ItIli mid gain Cud pilj the aunt or- the woman who has no home 1 Further home IIII n 11 it lent sate gnat d The afely IIf th1 stati i1be built on this safety of tilt hOIlIli Whv cannot France come to n placid republic stSt isibunapp4inthistnia Utry sad till France is aiiinkc Iet Ithe republic be smothered ial11lltllI dies and there ate hiimlrds of thousands of Frenchmen who arc fearing the re turn IIln monarchy The Dreyfus case Isi at this moment a slumbering earth Hittite under Paris France as a na tion has out till right kind of a ChrlI tutu home The Christian hearthstone Iis the only hearthstone for II republic The virtues cultured In the family cir absolute necessity for theale are an state If there lu not enough moral principle to mule the family adhere there will tint be enough politicall principle to make the stale adhere No home means the hut its and Vandals moin the Nomads of sin means the Nnmidians of Africa changing from according as the pastureplace to place hdIUlIgUllfOIlUdcd be all happens those babels of iniquity which would overpower and destroy the home Hie same storm that upsets the ship in which the familystill will sink the frigate of the constitution latls and penitentiaries anti unities and navies 1 Fbi doorbest defensesare liCIt our of thet home Is the jest fortress House hold utensils lire our best artillery of our dwellingchimneysandI the tIll girmlest monuments to Ihouses are safety nd triumph No home uo re- II l- FurCtler home Is a school Old CTojnd mist be turned up with subsoil Slow nnd It must be harrowed and re harrowed1 I nut then tilt crop will not that of the new ground be as lake or +vlth lew culture Now4 youth and childhood are new ground and all the influences thrown over their heart and life will come up in after life luxuriant 1 ly Every time you lIne glvcitn static of approbation till the gooil cheer of your life will come up again in the geniality of your children And every ebullition of anger and every union trollable display of Indignntlon will he fuel to their disposition tJ or 30 or 10 yearn from now fuel for n bud tire a quarter of a century front this You praise the intelligence of your child too much sometimes when you think he Is not uwarc of It nud you will see agehtpraise his beauty supposing he is not large enough to uuditrstand what you say tied you will find himu standing on a high chair before a flattering suit ror Words and deeds until examples lire the seed of character nail children are very apt to IH the second edition of their parents Abraham begot Isaac so virtue is apt to go down In the an cestral line but Herod begat Agchelaus so Iniquity is transmittid What vast responsibility comes upon parcrts in view of tills subject Oh make your home the brightest place on earth If you would chainI your children to the high path of virtue and rectitude and religion Do not alwaysI turn tie blinds the wrong way Let g11thmtIntl dwellings Do not expect the little feet to Keep step to a dead march Do sot enter up your willis with such pic tuiesas Wests Deal lion a Pale Horse or Tintorettos Massacre of the In nocents 1athcr cover them if you have pictures with TIlt Hawking Par ty and The Mill by the Mountain Stream and The lox HuntI and 111 Chllldren Amid Flowers and tilt Harvest Scene out The Saturday Night Marketing lift you no hint of cheerfulness from grasshoppers leap and hiinbs frisk and quails whistle and garrulous streamlet which from the rock at Ithe mountain top clear down to I the meadow ferns urder the shadow of I the steep comes looking to sec where It can find the steepest place lo leap oil at and talking just to hear itself tucllIf all I Ihr skies hurtled with tempest nnd everlasting storm wan dered user the sea and cvcr mountain stream were raving mad frothing at the mouth with mud foam and there was nothing but simooms blowing among tin hills and there weiv neither larks carol nor humming birds trill nor waterfalls dash but unity bears bark and panthers scream nun wolfs howlI thent yon might well gatherI into vour homes onlv the shadows Hut then lied has strews this radii istud the heavens with ncauix nml witii gladness let ns take into our home circles till In nocentI hilarity nil brightness and till good cheer A dark home makes bad buys and haul girls III preparation for bad men and bad women Above all my friends take late your homes Christian principle Can it be that in tiny of the comfortable homes whose inmates I confrontI tin voice of prayer is never II fled WhatII Nosup plication nt night for protection What No thanks gltitin the morn iing for Carr Hoxv my brother my sister will IHI answer Utd in Ithe day of judgment with reference to vain children ItI I isi a plain question emit I therefore I ask it In tin tenth chapter I tof cnMiiliih lied avn He will pour suit His fury iiM u this families that tall tint upon Hi name Oh parent when nil IIIt dead JIII goat and tit uirr U cnvcrinji Uri isel Iptimi of the tomb ftonc will your children took back nail flllllil1lrIttIWhit and oprn It anderr1 the mark of tear of contrition nnd tvar+ of entire Intr prou T xxrplI Ibv ryr f rg lie ore gone nut into turtnss utI if you do mil iinciitcalc ClirstimI lIludtlll- ItIInlllIfi yum chililreu and yin do not tarn Iheiii utuin i exit nml yon do lint Invite them to holiiif ami lo land rind Itiny wander stir info t1lIIlliolll anti into Inlldflitv sad nt lastl makr sliipxxreck of their iuiworal soul on I jn11gI Seated by the register or the stove what if on the wall should come 0111I till history of your children What a lclstorl 1 ill umrtat and iumnortnlI life of your hived onto I lvery parent is writing the hMory of his child lie Is writing It composing it into songor pointing It with a groan MyI mind runs back to one of the best of early homes Prayer like a roof over it Peace like an atmosphere in II Parents pi r nnficatinnsof faith in trial and comfort Iin darkness The two pillars of that carl lily home long crum bled to dust lintI shall I Itr forget that early hoiw Yes when tilt flower forgets the sun that warmed it Yes when the mariner forgets the star thud guided him Yes when love has gone out on the hearts altar and memory has emptied Its urn Into forgetfulness Then the home of my childhood 1 will forget thee Thu ftnlly altar Of n fn tiers Importunity and a mothers tenderness the voices of affection the funeralI of our dead the hither and mother with interlocked arms like InI tertwining branches of trees Stinking n pet petmil arbor of love nnd pence and kindness then I wl forget thee then and onlyI then You Imo + rtay brother that n hundred time you have been kjpt out of tin by the wexuwy of such a scene ns I have been deterll ing You have often had raging terapta Lions but you know what has held you with supernnturnl grasp IxtcU you ia man who has had such a good home na that never gets over It and a tuna who has had A bad early horns never gets over it- Again home is n type of Heaven At our best estate we are only pllgrimsnm strangers here Heaven IIK our home Death will never knock nt the doom that inansbii and iu nil that country Ithere is not n single gi are How glad parents nre In the holiday to gnthei Iheir children home again lInt I have noticed there is almost always n sore or a daughter rbsent absent from home perhaps absent from the country per Imps absent from the world Oth how glad our Heavenly Father will be when He gets nil His children home with Him iu Heaven And how delightful it will be for brothers and sisters to meet nft er long separation I Once they parted at the door of the tomb Now they meet at the door of Immortality Once they saw only through n glass dark Ily Now it is face to face corruption incorruptlou mortality 1II immortalityt Where are now all their jlnsnnd sorrows ii nit troublest Overwhelmed in the Ked son of death while thC pass through dry shod limes of pearl capstones of amethyst thrones of dominion do not stir my soul so much ns the thought of home Once there let enutltlsor rents howlI like storms and toll like seas Home Let thrones rot and empires wither Home Let the world die in earthquake struggle and ht bur ied amid procession of planets and dirge of spheres HonirI Let ever lasting ages roll in Irresistible sweep Home No sorrow No crying No tears No death Hut home sweet home beautiful home everlasting home home withrneht other home with angelsI home with Cod One sight I lying on my lounge when very tired my children till a roundabout me in full romp and hilarity and h- ItI1I1I tilt lounge half awake sad hrt asleep I dreamed tills dream I wasiu a far country It was tint Persia al though more than irienlilI luxuriance croxvncd the titles It teas not thin tropics although more than tropical fruitfulncss filled the gardens It was outI in Italy although more tuna Ital ian softness filled thus air lsd I wan dered around looking fur thorns and nettles but I found Hint none of them grew there and 1 saw Ithe ran ritlIlId II watched to see it set but it wink tint lad IIsaw the people in holiday attire and Ioulll1 When will Ithey put till this and put on workmens garb and again delve in tilt mine and swelter at the forge limit they never put oil the holiday attire And I wandered Into the suburbs of tilt city to find the place where the dead rlecp and I looked till along the lint of the beautiful hills the place whirr the lend might most peacefully sleep nnd I saw towers and castles lint not a mausoleum or a monument or n white slab could 1 sec And I went into the chapel of the great town and I said Where do the poor worship and where art the hard benches on which they sit And tits answer xvas tussle me We lieu no punt in this Loan Ivy1nu then I wandered out to timid the hovels of the destitute IIlItll1 found mansion of timber and Ivory and gold but not n tier could I sec tint n sigh could I hear And I was bewildered cod I Rat Blown under the bninclien of a great tree and IIlonlll Where am I sad whence comes nl Ihl scent toil then out from tuning the lenses sad up the flowery paths sad ncronn this hrixui streams there cnme n beautiful group thronging nil about me and at I saw them come I thought I kuex their step and as they shouted 1 thoughtI I I Knew their voices hut tthen they were so gloriously arrayed in up paid such us I had never before wit tics + rd Hint I boxved ns strnngcr tn II 1 tlinger Hut when again they chipped their hands nnd shouted Welcome welcome the mystery all vanished tend I found that time hud gone and I eternity had come tumid we were till ttogethert again iinI our new home In Heaven and I looked around and I said Ire we nil here and the voices of ninny generation respondedI Ail here And while tears of glad ness were running down our chcck and ihe lit nnelis of the Lebanon tIIII were lapping their hands and the low ors of the great city were chiming their welcome we nil together began to leap and shout and slug Home Home I Home Wiinlr nt Aulinnl I UP In Afrlcn Although in some particulars oxen show undoubted Intelligence in ninny wnys they arc great fools Thus they seem to have no knowledge of what Iii or is not good for them to eat In Nritnl there grows nn herb called tulip which is almost certain death to cattle n fact with which they must have been acquainted for generations Yet they seers to cat it greedily whenever they get a chance Once I lost about 20 valuable trek oxen from this pnise alone This nail the title of lions tiukncss to say nothing of the recent record of rinderpest will show the lender that arming in Africa is not without Its risks Indeed I knqw no country where the waste of animal Ufa Is so tremendous although doubtless ns tile land becomes Inclosed and prop er buildings and winter food nre pto vlJcd It will greatly lesseL =Long mans Magazine t r to A h i 1 PA1tsoNAL AID IPn ui N r I A clergyman egtdcat iwSttttllf tIt ore 90 years has performed tiettrPII je ceremony 1600tIma f ai 4 1 taron Curzon is the eleventklkroyy ut India since It was handed pyeirtQ the homo government In 1858 tIn Helen Gould has read law and did she 80 desire could pass tilt am t iuntion for entrance to the 3few Yotk liar Joel Chandler Harris is said tq be the richest newspaper writer in tilt United States His characteristics tire fn pro portion to hit moans The proportion of phylclnnn to the population varies remarkably In Gcr man cities trait utx per 100001nCliein iiitr to Ila in Dresden nail 14 in Municht In regard to longevity the clerjjy Mn nil at the head of the professions and physicians near the bottom below coal titrreh ants mill men and grocers Paderewskl dully guts through Leg ulnr set of gymnastics for the purpose of strengthening his arms and hands for the tattle they are called upon to perform He employs an apparatus which he designed himself and the secret of which he carefully preserves In her Mink Lc Femlnlsmc Mile Fchlruincher declares that in France the cause tit womans advancement hart been cultivated principally by the men not the women that in Sweden very few women art interested in It though tlu King favors it and In Kngland Ills supposed by the learned Institution while in KiiHtiia they nil favor It Magistrate Pool of thu Morrlsjinla court of New York has turned the Bible out of hut court lie Is quoted nt raying I wont sweat anyone on the Itible or tell them to lass It There lit no law to compel anyone to do so lit court till manner of pircnus Kiss tho Itible which In such eases becomes a breeder of disease So hereafter he will wwenr folks In his court by having them kohl up their hands BEATEN BY A PRIEST Intlur llniip Olinplnln on OirOljrut liln llv tn Tom Ihurkty- n Druliltlnif Several yriirs ago when Sailor Stint key was a kcnmnn on the Olympla Ire tart with a defeat of which he IIn no tually proudI to thus day There wns not one of the crew whom Tom haul not Nested with the mitt A One day Father Jnncy formerly a resident of Detroit and thus chaplain of the bonl stepped into the seameni messroom unit there stood Shurktty timid another sailor strippedI to the bull with their sue penders for bulls big sixounce gloves on slamming away at each oUjcr for dear life- Shnrkey would drop hits hnadr let hurt opponentI hit him where and when ho chose hilt when he straightened out his arm nod landed till chairs and everything olse in the room would rat tit Father Itnney stood and natched them for some time before the noticed him when both blushed and started to withdrawi I trout the room Dont stop on my account said tho priest 1 enjoy that lush of sport nis will as anyone I guess Ill hero to put on the mitts with yon saute day Tom and giveI you a few pointers Tom accepted the Lounge laughing and a tsituvs later was somewhat surprised when Father linnet naked him If he was ready for that boxing hoot Von bet I am father said he and Into till ship he went after the gloves tlutlI had been nearly till over tilt world When they had stripped for tidbit nearly everybody on board wan peer inn over womebody rlncttshotildcr toKce botrlotti would handle tilt divine Ihc ensign who had been selected nil referee called Slinks Inimitts unit they were at it ThereI was a look of pathetic nadncBB almost sorrow on the sailors faco an he dropped a little tnp on the prIed breast but when the chaplain roan tered on Toms nurse it changed to surprise Slut rkey midi atwitter jnbwhicU was countered neatly and returned with n cut on the side of the head that put him on his mettle Tom lunged uboiit right and left and wield all tbe tactics he knew but Father Jtuncy met tips at every point and thumped him utmost at will He met the tailor rushes with n punch on the nose or a Ktlnger in the ribs until the tnllornc knowledged that he hind morethan met his match Father Itnney before his enlistment was one of the best amateur atlletesln Michigan lie was with Dewey at Ma nlluCllenRu liter Ocean Ass AdilltloM- MyI pas house Ith th nicest hdUM on th street 7 Huh you jes walt ill our house gilsJlxcd i What your pn gob to doithyour JiouteY j dunno but I hrrd him feUlihlth mornln that hegncfsedhedliaVV t truck another mortgage on It P lkeeg up penrnnces TgucaIts suthln1 llklr Q bay VlndOnltOltlrct rfkasyt 1 Common KnoyKh V What ever Induced yod to calVpiri1daughter lllrdlc Is that her rlfli 1Ilonafi Oh no her realgelne laKfHiii libut she thlnlis tsheh9s i VoMf i t7 theres a prettybill attickwit cup Evening Jiewv f f- j JrG lk t Lli 1 41 fr rf 4s 4- i1 Fe 1i 4 u c iI ii- C i- r is iw iy ia s i I v V ti i ts Y t iti i i 3S I I t S y 3j- tj i 4 4 4 ft t L JiI I rfrI J 1 I CIII I = r 0 j i t i I 5t I I II I I I jI jI I I I I I f Ir r iIiI r T j- j 14r II III I i i j I1 il t ItI I 14 II I 1I I k M ftf 1 ttr r 1IE El RALDPE- IOHt e COOPER Editor i HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY May 18 1890 P i WA GOVERNOR HARDIN I OF IIARRODSBUKG +Rnnoun ment 0 For Btnto Auditor We nro authorized to announce JOIn 11 CIIENAULT of Madison county as 11 CIIIII didate for Auditor of Kentucky subject to the action of the Democratic convention If 180D WITH tho prosont issuo wo closo tho fourteenth volume of TJIK HEU AID For fourteen yours vo have labored faithfully to mako it a success and that wo have BUCCCOC od in giving it fame and a name 1 beyond that enjoyed by any other country paper is wo believe unI questioned But tho pay has by no moans been commoneurato with its popularity and many times wo have desponded nigh unto death Believing however that all things como to those who wait wo hnoI patiently borne tho burden and Micawbor like waited for some thing to turn up Our turn hits not yet come Though tho name effort at another point would have brought more money wo have boonjj content to labor on because we 100II those people ayo oven as Ruth loved Naomi and wo shall strug gle on oven though wo starve j While wo plead guilty to blame to a degree there are not enough poo plo interested in educational outer puflos liko TIIK HKHALD laid those I who are nro not as prompt paying as thoy should hOt Honco wo IroI in a distressing dilemma and send out tho following in the hope Umtjj it will find some good Samaratin in tho state AN AllBAT TO MY PUIEXPP II Cast thy bread upon the waters for thou shall find it niter ninny days I rood money to make THE HER ALD the success I desire to see it and that it should bo at tho ond of 14 years faithful service But I havent got it and in tho hopo that this may strike tho oyo of sonic ono somo whore whoso It burden I have helped to boar somo timoor a philanthropist per hnpsI make this public appeal I want to borrow 2fiO for 12 months and tho friend who will loan it to mo shall have tho principal together with interest when note is duo- SPENCER COOPER CSTKontuolcy papers ploaeo copy GEN P WAT HAUDIN candidate for tho Democratic nomination for governor addressed largo and en thusiastic crowd of Bath county Democrats at Owingsvillo on Wed day of last wook His speech was very much liko tho ono ho made at Shephordsvillo somo timo ago null tho Democrats of Bath hoard tho truo ring of Democracy Ho mot a number of friends and received much encouragement Gen lIar tin denounced all trusts and combinations and answered attacks made upon him Tore is no doubt in tho minds of unprejudiced Dom popularopinion prevails that ho will bo nominated on tho first ballot THE colored supplement given with tho May number of Truth reproduced from tho painting by Pauldo Lougpro will bo appreciat od by all lovers of flowers and b- art students everywhere As a study for tho student or as a deco ration for tho homo it could not IJB excelled r ADMIRAL DEWEY has loft Manila for tho United States on his flag ship Olymia and is expected homo by July 4th His route will bo through tho Suez canal and his port of entry Now York Rear I Admiral Watson will succeed him in command and ho sailed from San Francisco Tuesday A Dewey memorial amounting to 250000 is proposed by Now York rimes which states that tho 2110 daily newspapers can soon raise that sum with which n mansion could bo built for him and tho balance bo used as an endowment during his lifo HON TOIHAS GIIISON tho Wood ford county candidate for tho Dem ocratic nomination for commis sioner of agriculture is ono of tho most progressive and most prosperous farmers in Kentucky This of itself should entitle his claims to c Uto consideration But he is a gentleman of largo learning and has studied farming from a scien tific standpoint Ho would bring to tho office both theory and practice AH tho bureau was created for tho benefit of farmers it would seem that with a farmer in charge thoy would secure greater benefits than otherwise and Mr Gibson ap pears to he tho man to fill the bill TUB timo for the holding of tho Democratic state convent ion is now but little more than a monthoff and unless there bo somo change in tho situation Gen P rut liar din will get the nomination for governor on tho first ballot Ho is gaining strength every day und it dog not look as if ho could loso anything by tho delay Other can didates who ato likely to win 110ItI Jolty B Chou Cult for auditor i C Brock Hill for secretary of state and Tobias Gibson for commissioner of agriculture But thoy will each win after a short struggle though Mr Chonault is especially strong in his race Further than tho four panned it is impossible toI make a forecast as tho candidates for tho other places seem liko thoy are iloundoring in a fog After 11 year of honest toil it looks as though till our work must spui1I WITHOUTI SALT TO AEIlIJust walk up and lay a dollar down land Ill bo a happy man in town I Gon John B Gordon has mado considerable money as a lecturer in tho past year or so and intends to invest a good share of it in sheep raising on his plantation in Georgia TO cum A COLT IN OM DAY Take Lnxntivo Kromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money if it fails to cure Rife The genuine huts IJn Q on ench table- tYOUR MAIL ORDERS For anything and everything in the line of minis SUNDRIES TOILKT ARTI CLES PKRFUMKS SOAPS TOUACCOS CIGARS null Prescription SiiecIaltlcH will be promptly tilled by us 11 rite us whet you cant Ilied what you want In your own stores JAS K COOPER l rUUglSt- lil13 LEXINGTON KY 013 I55RRRISOn + ittorneJcatLawCOLLECTIONS A SlECIAITV ALAI RI TURNS PnOmTIY MAIE 4D1 W JEFiKnsox STUKKT LOUISVILLE KY Reference J Taylor Pay Hazel Green J A rLAUrznEEU JI Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY r rSurgery and obstetrics fl specialty J TAYLOR DAY Wholesale and Retail dealer in General Merchandise Lumber Real Estate c Also President Hazel Green Fair and Driving Park Association and tho Farmers Exchange PAlEllS Clean nml Nice for IlleOLD tilts ottlce at 20 cents per 100 V V V nl 1 IElQObiass To Suit Order for f000 BY BUYINQ DIRECT PROM I 1 E ROSENBURGER CO I 202204 E W2d 8t NEW YORK CITY The Largest Clothing Manufacturers In America OR CAT BARGAIN S50UR hays SUITS Extra ADONIS Pants FOB and 02FFER7 6 we Pay Exprenage There Suits are made up ef All Wool Caiilmcrei lrlmmsdstlthfastblackSatetathebettof woikmn ship rut Doable DrcaKed SliM 3 to Q Matt with Silk Embtoldeted Sailor Cellar 10 to 15 ears with out Sailor Collar AliraotahareratentWalstQand We sand pun if the cloth and extra buttons with tach tilt Kindly me lloa If large or small for ate When orderlnu tend root Once Ciprcu Monty Order or Registered Utters also age at last birthday and If Urge or small for bU age Money cheerfully refunded If Dot satisfactory Sead u stamps for samples tape mtuure mtaiurln MmU rte + tV FRED J HEINTZ MllIlltllfi Jeweler 1I1Im I Watches Clocks Jewelry Diamonds SILVERWARE OPTICAL GOODS Solid Gold and Silver Medals and Class Pins CSyUnexcolled Repairing Facilities HIS K Multi Strett LEXINGTON KY Price List for Watch and Clock Repairing Cleaning Watch American make 150 4 Old English Lever 200 Main Spring 150 denning Clock Amcr S day 125 I e French make 350 I Nieklo alarm style 50 Main sping in clock inter make 100 4 dl French make 250 Mending soldering Gold Spectacles 2535c I Steel 25c 0Ropairini Jewelry according to nature of repairs New pins fitted into brooches spins 15c GIVES iiEaiH1 ANDVS808 1 SQ Stays Tri t1The marvelous imwor exert d hr my Electric Unit unit AiipliitiLiM Induces lUll to offer It to stitTertnif mon on 3 Day TrillI no certain oat I that it Vicars nml that you will Kindly pay fur the UfO of IL To mon wild luivu iMtlurcil their stomachs with druun I want them tu oxerrlmt their Juilntnutmt and consider time Kloctrlcltr M tho Irate t power on earth Its un seen current puts Ufa anti force lnU whatever It touchtv Tho coiiffcint ti ailr llfu uxtomUd liy my ew IIcrl tpplumcus gtves instant r llnf and never tads torero IttitiimaUiiiuUackiiciiiKldtioy Trnuhlos l irlv DTay NUht lntMv Utck of Nerve Forco and Lost1Italityi4 hAT r1 io1 30 D11 VSn- llll you will lien rtlIhzo why 1 bravo such conhlonce wrltotodapfor lII InventofU6 Mich Do You Want to Make Money 61000 to SttilOO jiurWook Sunruntod- c want IlItCI1iI lIt hustling representatives to handle the most beautiful and pop ulnr line of fast selling books and Bibles ever lissued by any house IYYplo date quick sellers low retail prices liberal terms and fair dealing are the inducements we offer Credits given and freights paid We want you with us Dont make your plans tilll you hear from us Write HI 1returu mail THE HUOQINS PUB CO jcS Kiser Huilding Atlanta Ua RII BRYAN SALKS3IVX FOR Pearson Clark WHOLESALE + GROCERS LEXINGTON KY D KASH M D SILAS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL QREEN KY rrOfl1ce at residence stud cells answered al Obstetric U specialty t Groat CLOTHING SaIo r At t Louis Gus StrDuS LEXINGTON KY AIe w jt t Beautiful Cassimere Suits at 500 Beautiful Blue Suits G A Restyle at 500 Genuine Imported Blue Serge Suits at 1000 Best S5c Underwear in theWorld Our Merchant Tailoring Department is the most extensive Kentucky and in fit workmanship c we defy the world Our stock of Boys and Childrens Clothing is complete representing the products of all the leading manufacturers of the United States We do not deal in Shoddy Goods Auction Sale Goods or Fire Sale Goods Our reputation for the past thirty years is a sufficient guarantee LOUIS S GUS STRAUS Lexingtons Leading Clothiers TRAINING JfEED t 7STABLFSe n a a 7 I I have opened my Training and Iced Stable and will keep on baud plenty of feed and a full supply of vehicles and traps Parties coming from a distance who tiny desire horses pastured for it few days or weeks can have the bezt pasture at reasonable rates 0 JIVrVri STIt n J Esj I I Also for the convenience and accom modation of guests of the Day House nt Hazel Green and L Park Hotel at Torrent I have opened nearby two firstclass livery stables where I will keep buggies saddle horses and hacks for hire at all times Per sons wishing a vehicle to meet them at McCausuy can telephone ue and have any desired vehicle or saddle horse promptly I will also have a full supply of hacks for hire to drummers which will be In charge of careful drivers and for which they caii contract by the day for any length of time Persons Intending to visit Day anti Swaugo Springs will be met at either McCausey or Torrent with team nml driver and I will have pleasure in ship plug water for them whenever desired 9 Day and Strange water fresh and free on Ice and tap for guests at L Park Hotel Jtt TAYLOR DAY 4 Y JTM leaning Insurance gent of EastoIQ Ketuokg Offices Bonttyville Jackson Hazel Green WU PlpD ATT has charge of the Hazel Green office nnd all e I I L l IA I I business entrusted to him will receive prompt atten tiers PATRONIZE A HOME AGENCY MDlTsRESTOREDJ2I The great remedy tor nervous prostration ona Ill nervous dUeaeea0t yatithe Rcnemllo organs of clhcuex ouch Nervous Prostration mitetonaYouthfullrroTatontaiWorryi inonl I JUaJ pt4oIAnttll00perboxOboseerortaoo dt f it 7 r Ft y r 4 r r tat r ww + wrf i r t4y 1- U rf- 1lt t r RI m niwi witb tbill illfo fo1C 1C1v 1vJr 1 Jr1C of ptWi w t Di 1 vi in- I c1Je CVat IJSl 55pi1Cl ni of DIIn tbdt diN NtG toel et ftw fth JII IIk ti Inm CI IiCt IIII IIIo 0tt ttrt rtd G n Ctl tlh tlit ite 11t tlt t1tl 1Ae t 1 r t w- r a II n- T U dT- J s II t t t l 4 HeadaJe Istorpid calaliver HOOftlJPg lP Ills restorefullnotIrrltataorsnnsbutat all druggists or by mall of C I hood 4 Co Lowell Mass a 1HE HERALD Red River Valloy Railway Cos TIME CAHD EflTraln loaves McCuuscy at G oclock n connuctinj with train nt llotlnrcll whItnt 41m JAMES AgtIlotlnvell A FARM JOURNAL Great From now to Doe 1903 Offer Nearly 5 Years By special arrangement made with tho publishers of the FAHM JOURNAL wo are enabled to offer that paper to every subscriber whoI pays for THE HERALD one year ahead for only 100 both for tho prico of ours only jOur pa per one year and the FAHM Joust jfAii from now until December I 1903 nearly 5 years The FAIm JOUHNAL is an old established PllII per enjoying great popularity ono of the host and most useful fern papers published This olTtir should be accepted without dtlayIHerbert Nickells wife has fevor I Dr S B Dash is attending her I Mrs S B Kasli paid a Hying visit to Maytown on Monday morn ing i Regular services at tho Christian church next Sunday morning UUtIII evening filloi1 s I Ian Pioratt for a very fine hat i i puio r Christian church hero on Sunday t night rr1iss Rosa H Patton tho belle of Tools brunch was visiting a Mrs S B Kashs four days duri last weekaRev J II Wullin will preach at the Frozen crook church on Sunday next at the usual hour Everybody invited Dr F M Thomas Dr Volnoy Nickoll and Berry Pieratt of Ezel1 took in tho box suppor at the acad1 Only Friday HightITributes of mspoot obitiwms are lid per lno whuro copy is ttetc us When we write tliei charge off a line A GREAT record of cures i lICI quailed in medical history proves Hoods Sarsaparilla posse es merit tin known to tiny other trEDECIFJE u Carl a young son of JJ II Sopas tian of Daysboro had ono of his hands badly lacerated by tho pre mature explosion ofn clynai11 cartrido on Monday lastgjI Miss Maggie plant a aptlynt ing young lady of Index Morgan Sulhorselfdc o of Mrs S B Kashs finest hats Rev Jesso C Caldwoll of Own n ton Ky will preach tho bLcc lau mate sermon and deliver tllP a dross to tho graduates of Hazel Green academy this commence wont Sammy tho little seiof E Cocilour followcounty an has tho thanks of tho oditttf and Ihis pieplllntthooragedincises Many of tho pupils of tho acad only nro away this week to attend applicantsteachers fore r jurn Sunday ready for the closing york of the session J ell dwing N1Varo L rospeffcisi things pu oftnew door thus affording a side i Qtranco added a portico etc i Tho order of exorcises ats Hazel Green acadomycommoncomentwiU be aa follows Friday evening June 2 oratori onSaturdayasclamatory bnccaInuronto Sunday evening Juno 4 sermon to young people Monday evening Juno 5 general shontortniulnentTuesday morning Juno 0 com mencement day Tuesday evening Juno 0 alum ni entertainment Mr Word father of Rev James R Ward formerly pastor of the M E church south of this place binccompndicdters little son came up Sunday to take homo Horace tho other son o has been living at Mrs W S Swangps and attending school The trio loft Monday morning for their homo at Mt1 Carmel Flem ing county The old Swango mill with EM Russell Dick Manager has just t been completely repaired und the respoltfull oputntionhis popularity there is ovary rea toastsgot a fair share of tho trade Ho will give his personal attention to grinding For good cause commencement day ut Hazel Greun academy will bo on Tuesday instead of on Wed nesday as heretofore Announce ments will appear in TUB HUIIALD from time to time Tho final ex aminations ++ ill begin on Friday May 20 and will close on Thurs day Juno 1 Remember the date of commencement week Juno 20 W T Caskoy has just had his handsome house newly pointed and1 it is now ono of tho most nttrnc five dwellings in town Some of tho rooms wore also treated with a now dross which is said to bo tho acme of artistic taste Mrs Cns key is a lady of exceeding taste told tohor belongs tho honor as she supervised the job Charhy Gosney a citizen of th Sprrdling neighborhood was her o recently and bought IS boys straw hats of ono of our merchants Our man about town asked him thtrepliedgin bib and tucker and go hatloss Kiser Wilson of Montgomery accompanied by Sergt Miles Kash Taulbeo Troop L 5th UScavalry passed through hero Friday goingi to MorganJ county to visitt tho latt tors father and family Miles is direct from Porto Rico whero his regiment is now stationed and he if here on furlough llOn Sunday last the Christian church at this place made an offer ing of 2750 for homo missions Tho Lucy Crook Christian church made an offering of 500 for home missions On Sunday afternoon Wm H Cord preached tho mis sionary sermon Our oflico was honored Saturday evening by n visit from three very threet0racesMisses Stella and Mollio Ilaney and Mary Pibratt which recalled to our mind that beautiful picture II Faith Hope Charity John W Craven of McCausoy rode all tho way hero ostensibly to partake of the box supper at tho academy Friday night But our gotdon to tho information n widow was tho real attraction Noah Creech of this county sen seF duction was pardoned by Acting Governor Worthington who stated that tho evidence now pre sented conduces to show Creech to be an innocent man At tho oratorical and declama tory con test and tho general outer tainment at Hazel Green academy during commencement an ndmis sion fee of 10 cents will bo charged oath person All other exorcises will be free Wonderf are the cures by Hoocla Sarsaparilla nnd yet it is only because as the ono true blood purifier it makes pure rich healthy lifegiving blood Hoods Pills for file liver and bowels act easily yet promptly 25c t r have boon a suflferep from chronic diarrhoea aver Vinco the war aml havo used all kinds of tnodicines for it At lUdtl 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nerves these are the secret of health and t beauty FIRST HORSELESS CARRIAGE I Vancanuon Invented a Mnnreloo Motor One Hundred and Klfty Year Ago It further proof were needed of the dictum thnt there it no new thing un der the cunt It bas been supplied by an article In the Revue SoIentHlqtie which traces the invention of the autocar to the Ingenious niechanician Vaucanson just 150 years Ago In a memorandum recently brought to light it Iin record ed that VnucJinfion was honored in 1749 byn cult from Louis XV for the purpose of Inspecting n inn rrcl oils carriage that ran without the aid of a horse or any visible means of propulsion Two per sons toolc their seats in the vehicle which seems to have been as gorgeous as a sheriffs carriage and were driven round the courtyard to the satisfaction of llls majesty and of Due de Mortemnrt MI de Lntiiiti M1 dAvexac und other members of his suite Hut though a promise was secured of royalI patronage the Academy of Sciences declared tint such a conveyance could not be tolerated in the strtets and the scheme wns nipped in the hud The motive power was supplied by a huge clock string so that onlyn short journey was possible but the gear seems to have closely resembled that of the horseless carriages of todny Kot Alinoliilitj Mnr A missionary returning to flask from Patagonia brought with hint a collec iron of Patagfinlan skulls The custom house ollicers nt Les Verrieres opened the chest Inspected the contents and informed the owner that the consignment must be classed as animal bents and trued at so much the pound The missionary was Indignant and Hen in ally the ottlccrs reconsidered the ques tlon When the way bill had been re bed it appeared In the following form Clnst of native skulls 1enonal et feces already worn firrmnn SlnifliiR Cnnlejtn The fierman emperor has devised n new tuheine for the encouragement of vocal music in the iertnan empire It will be put into operation in JSUl1l1d It consists of n singing competition to be held In a different town every year asset has been selected for the tint competition tit chief condition of which is that rich choir taking part will receive nn unpublished missalI composition about an hour before the- 11nttcct laks plaer There III1t no accompaniment The kaisers prize is n valuable jewel A u1 Cone Vin 3 IJoatriee weeping bcntue her hus hall + uppeniUciliXo +e he didnt pet it un mil it was out of style Chicago lIJveoin News Ihnt System i vttvely iiuirkwt ivute oilII II I of trains Jor particulars mldlVi IliiiigeI bill UlWllarkSt Ihicngo Ilir Nm ngr fin rhrtnr As sonn II a wnnmn pets fat say tin SiMte Itiiehelnr hei next move i + to cet- a uliotimriph taken thM Inks like the front of a butcher shop Indianapolis Journal St Jneolis Oil cures linekache St Jacobs Oil cures MuNrtilar Aches dogltchlnan JacobsOilThe phirnolii iiit awl has hiia business on the kraut lltum Daily New DTWiUtams Pink Pills for Pale People build up and purify the blood and strengthen the nerves To tht youngi tl they arc Inv lu Able to the mother they ate a necessity to the woman approaching fifty they aTe the best remedy that science has dcviitd for this crisis of her life Mr Jacob Weaver of niwhncJI III is linysix years old She wyaj I iulTerwl for live or six yrnns with time trouble that come to women at this time of life I was much weakened was unable much of the time to cIa myoU work and milTercd beyond my jowcr to describe I was down hearted nml melancholy Nothing seemed to do me any good Then I made up my mind to try Dr William 1ink Tills for Pate People I bought the front box In March 1897 and was benelteil front the start A box anti n hnlf cured tac completely and I out uow rugged and troaif INAntl Ill Years The ttcnulne package always bCATb the fuh nome tt 1all drugIsts or sent postpaid on receipt of pace 50 vi Jlr bot by the Or WIhbm Mtaautnc co Sthcnct d tJY t 1 bt Y 2 I CONCERNING INFLUENZA naneerouii Cotiipllcntlcma Whicli At tend th Vnrloaa FO rill I Inllijcnza or the grippe is an acute infections fever which usually occurs in vlqespreadI epidemics It travels as ciolra formerly did in WIll ovei the wdad running generally from t In east tojthe west it attacks n very large p portion of the population ch peck ly nt the beginning of tin epl ilc 11111wn in recurrent years It seizes upon tlo t who have previously ei rind the epidemic does not finnl c but until nearly everyone has cnlllred its miseries 1 dical writers usually distinguish forms of influena according1 as the nervous the digestive or the en tardlal syiuptoius predominate but all otistitute tine and the same till eas and cue forum may easily pals hit another in the course of the stone attikI 1 IIIla typical case influenza begins sud deity with n general ill feeling head acll pains jn the muscles and In time bar loss of appetite amid n sense of ext cnu weakness Then1 may he a liar chill tHoa succession of slight chI = or n general chilly sensation and soon a high fever declares itself The ryes are often congested nnfl sen ititt to light t tit nose runs there Iis a pain nt IhIJllt of tit rinse maid over the yes and all lilt symptoms of a se venicold in the head are experienced The tongue Iis fienviiy routed sal lowing Is dillicult or painful and the voice I hoarse or whispering Often there Is more or less jaundice The pulse is very rapid and weak especially when the patient stands- A peculiar symptom in iitduena one Ithat often serves distinguish it sharp Ily from an ordinary cold is a marked rliprfs fou of spirits the patient is plunged in despair anti no amount of argument or raillery lens nny effect on his misery In some severe eases of the socalled nerrou form of Ithe disease this melancholy it so xtretne as n lead tuatteinpts at suirMe In tit iistric form of inlliieiixa wi find n loathing for food nausea mad vomiting and severe bnv HI troubles In thf respiratory forms brotuhitis and espirfally era ih are frnjuent and ta M t e roits complication In the tiPatnient of grippe we ruiit firt rtmttnbrr that we are dealing With- In i ordinary told hit wilhaI severe shin ii e inlling for as tunas mre as scar let fever or pneumonia Thr patient UMt nut only stay III the hUH limit if bed All tests of grippe whether mild or severe ued n physician over sight Vcutlir Companion HOW THEY LIKED HER llurrur 11Iltlll Xevrr Ilin p K imivn 11 Mi Iliiilut rlvrrhrnrutIhem IllI II rig Tie young mutt was in a glow of en thnsiasm n MIC returned to his home after escorting his Ham to her abode Slit IiHt 1 uponhisto hear their praises of his divinity Ix he put his key into the front door KHIIC titmoil he Ithought it a goul fairy at the time whispered him to go In thistly nnd overheat their delighted en in me n H udjoinIrKcen and unheard ith an expectant mile upon his fart Mammas voice wns the first that reaclud hint Sir seems n pretty little thing 111- 1hlw a weak chlu 11lI got I Tin n his sifteri Clirn Do yon call her pretty Well Im sure I tloiij Why her tint Iis like a button Whom mold they be talking of I dont think sir Irons a good com plexion 11Imyas slit sat by the win duly Inv Pace was the color of saleratus biscuit Phis wus the voice of his sister Mary Oh well broke in mamma there s no use trying to say anything to Horace though I do wish he hall se stylishygirlIle heavens they were talking about Her He bit n corner of a blotting pad while Ills thoughts were thu c of a pimatrstud slid you notice her earrings liieriid lara I never saw such old lashloned things in my life I dont believe her family amounts to much Sold Mary I met her moth er litt Mrs Hrotins last sociable antiI she lowdytillthem The young than hurst in upon them liken whirlwind Xo you wont he screamed nshe fairly danced with rage NoVyon wont Sv shall never step foot iu this house again Why she could buy and sell you all In the matter of good looks dressed family noses anilcomplcxiau and when it tonics to mammas hire his voice rose to n shrltktvhy she could give you nil earths and spades and beat you hands down Andt he unshed out of the house in a frenzy whjle the women looked at each other and wondered if poor Horace had taken to drink already upon discover ing how inferior his iianccc was to his own mother and sistersi X Y Herald I Wild Bash or Diamond 1fnetrs A wild rush of excited miners is reported at Nullnginc Western Australia where diamonds have been discovered In large atari titie and it is feared that many will lose their lives in the mad struggle for riches in this country the rush for gain is causing many other men to break down in health and strength Nervousness teples8I1cu loss of flesh and appetite and general debility are the commoIWlIIl1toms Hostetter sStom ich Bitter will cure them all Timely Reminder The other day as two friends were talking together in the street a donkey began to bray and wheeze and cough in a distressing mallr rftWh3t n eolG that donkey has said one of the men And by the way that pits nw in mind how is your coughCincinnati Knqiiirer Cntnrrh Caauot tip Cared with Local Applications as they cannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh iis a blood or constitutional disease und in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure m taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous Mill faces Halls Cutarrh Cure iis not a quark medicine It was prescribed hOItC ot the best physicians in this country foryeiirs nnd is a regular pnstription It is ram posed of the best tonics known with the best blood purifiers al tolllhintdI I ly on the mucous surfaces The tnmhinntion of the two mu y re1 produces smh wonderfid revolts in curing atarrh Solid for testimonials free P J CIIKNEY tlr CO Props Toledo 0 Sold by nil druggists price 7c Halls Fancily Pills are the best And Into Hunt ItittiniJ- frx liver Harry Iii you know tin dirt from which diamonds are taken i blue Mr llyerXo but I know that the fel low who has to put up the dust1 for them generally is Jewelers Weekly llrnimiN ImrmlnOrnM Its thin greatest grass on earth Saler says so Tin gra s yields 4 to 7 tons better hay than timothy in dry rainless countries vifltU even mote than that in Ohio Jnd lieh Wia Iowa jll Mo Knns Xebr Jlort yes in every state of the Union Salor warrants this Potatoes 120a Ithl Send this notice to JOHN A HAI1CR SKICI CO LA CHOSSK WISIIl1d 10 cents postage und receive their great Seed Catalogue and sample of this grass seed and nine other farm seed Ilarctics free lKJ Dont you hate to have a mnntciyou time Fa MIC story twice 1c especially if it iis 1ailyRecordYou Cal uet ll n4 l uIII VKK- Vrllt+ tdttli tu Allen S Olmslcd EC Hoy N Vura FKKK sjMple of Allcu Foot patio a pnwdrr to slialic lute ynur shoes It lUIS cliillilams swiatliiL damp swouun ailmit rtH It makes liulit Mines easv CIIIS Torus Huiiiiiiis nnil lin1iiwuig Nulls Alhlni ijisiiuiHl slincstoioscll It i cents A girl wearing one glove may have two nil right limit she mav have a ring on one hand Washington 11x Dc 1110111 III All lending Florida resorts now atrn in chiding Tampa Uay HoteMtelleviexr Semi imle Ilori Myers nnd other faimuss Julf lit Resort For particulars address L A Hell Oi Clark street Chienso It + eoms queer that n playwright should frequently get a play wiutiR ihieacu Daily Xewt St Taeoh Oil cures Sprains St Jacobs Oil cures lruics taseratchforA common complaint iis Backache No RUler cure thin St Jacobs Oil GOVERNOR OREGOI Uses Peruna For Colds UUILDUiti OREGON Kxcoiitirej Icruna bit known from the Atlantic congratulation the merits ut as a catarrh remedy are pouirihg in from every state in receivinghundreds classes write these letters from till highest to the lowest The outdoor laborer the indoor nJttsun the olcrk the editor the statesman the preacher all agree that Ierunnis the catarrh remedy of Ithe ago The stage and rostrum recognizing catarrh as their greatest enemy are especially enthusiastic in their praise and test mommy Any man who wishes perfect health must be entirely free front catarrh Ca tarrh is wellnigh universal almost omnipresent 1eruna Is the only ab thebeginningpreventcoldsto ofitsonly cures can but prevents Every household should be supplied with this great remedy for coughs colds and so forth nr1tmtadmirercon IIDurability J Better Than Showtjtj The wealth of the multimillionaires is not equal to goodhealth Riches without health are a cursef and yet the rich the middle classes and thepoor alike have in Hoods Sarsaparilla t valuable as sistant in getting and main taining perfect health It never disappoints Scrofula Three years ago our son now eleven had a serious tease of scrofula anderyslpelns with drcadtiirsomlischarg Ing and IttMlns constantly He could not walk Several physician tilt not belp for sixteen mouths Three months treatment perfectly MRS fUviroLAiim Ottuwnluulsa- sNausearVomlting spell dtelness and prostration troubled me for years Hail iHuralclnj rcw weak and cook not sleep My age was against me nut ItooUs Sarsaparillat cured mo tlldniuchlyr My weight increased from 12i titillSpounds I am the motherrof trine rhiUlren Never felt so well and strong since I wns married as I StWaEczemaWe had to tlotllollnnrlj of our two year old son on nccomif of eczema on face and limbs No medicine even helped until wfrtiswl JIooda SaraparOTa whicli soon cured Mns A 1cAN WYuirr2i Montgomery Street PatersoniJft J oSaiJa aiiCt floods nun rurr llrr IIU tionlrrlUtlrn r4 the oulrcathhartttli toakewliliJI a fauaparilia Ills Peculiar View Doesnt it sometimes make yoti gloomy to hear the wind howling about on a wild night No answered the titan with n care worn Irol I rather like tt hear it Ito wind doesnt wine up and ling your door bell and ask how about that Dill ortell you youll Ret arrested if von dont tag your dog It doesnt sin 1I wont go home till morning away off tin IKey and disgraceI thu neighborhood It howls hccpuae it enjoys anybodysI b that thare wa more wind in thidifttniul less pcopjd Washington Star SensitiveI mi ThntillwiiTi The illustrious enntor who still larked n dozen or more votrs oi reelection was in the barber chair The raorial artist ran his fingers through his customers hair Serins rather dry and deadhe said in a deferential anIsuagrctiv11llautfcr neat Seott oxilaimed the illustrious statesman HethRII1 Ico anvwherfl without having my deadlocks tthrown up lame Chicago Tribunr Klcpttininnlnv- Molly Jack stole something fronttimiler my very nose while we were down at time shore looking at those fishing boats Dolly What was it u little smatWr Somcrvillo Journal OF in His Patuily and Grip t T or CAPITOL SAMM A Letter From the Ofllcc or Oregon lvrunu tarrh tinujifly in the house In alnteent let tut t o Dr Hartman bosays STATE OF OHEOOX J ExKciTivE DEPAKRMKKT V SALEM May dt USOS Th Pe rurnaMedicine CoCnlutnbus0 tfear rsI have had Qpaasion to use yoiir P runa medicine in my family fcfr colds ind it proved to be an excel Iffnt remedy 1 have nub had occasion toll use it for othtir ailments I Yours very tdjtiily- f tv1t Lord It will be noticed that the Governor slays he has not had occasion to use Pe ituna for other nllnients Time reason for this is most other ailments begiu with a cold UfJn Peru na to prompt ly cure colds he protects his famUj against other aliments This is exactly what every other family in time Uaateu States should do Keep Peru na Iitjth house Use it for coughs colds Ja grippe and other climatic nffeclWnsof winter and there will be no otter all ments in the house Such Jamllle should provide themselves with a copy of Dr Hartmans free bcfofc entitle Winter Catarrh AddvtSS Pr RW mans Columbus Ohio tf f l + 4Wc I t2I ftc fyiwwliy1+ a d1rw w +Yr + H f I ffc +c Cu i 1 t sL rJf- I 4 r yIt = = h I f ffjtt c I J A METHODIST GIRLS FUN jjie Got Clernianw Dlxconnt on P riaylne CnrJli Retort to aStupid nlc ttmn minisJdaybyJlnjf weekly Fr dllcountsdnz On what demanded the salesman 0n playing cards f Clergy mills discount did you say tlesf fornpose Ueeause Im a clergymans daugh tier sold the young woman and I al vvaysget n discount J 0 very well said the salesman try Wing to keep a sober filet lnrdsfpaiddiscount and went out of the store Kllie joke was considered the best of the ffyeason among the book salesmen vathrrapologeticallyfbetter She has a fondness it seems Ffor having fun with herself The other day she had some without any previous Fintintion She went into another hook shop this time for some pens A stn hhmelttforwnrdt aidZbrir j jntkhttlofllns with half jllwlhc girl mad whirling around she was out of tin J store in a second Site says she didnt mean to do it but- tit the temptation was too strong and slit hns been chuckling ever since at time ex Jpression which came over the boys t face g4 She i11 always bringing homo snmr choice bit of humor from the various I IpIftcnds fl One witch she gathered itat a mats afionary meeting lWf especial interest ito persons of the Kpiseopaliun per ua sion It was a home missionary meet ling anti a woman from a small town was giving her experience Wl iiint done much durin of tb1 past year she saidlint were ahopin for success to crown our labors in the Lend Thcys lots of I pNcnpnHnns ir our town and by the grace o Und WI mean to put our hands to the plea an see Vm all brought to Christ before an other year rolls roundN1 Sun CANALS IN EUROPE tRIG ROKslu linN Stnrltiln Gnat Wnlcrtvnj II from the IInlCltII theI ii lilnok Semi Among the canal projects tint are uiaking I most rapid progress is the Rus rian canal across Western Russia from the Italtic to thv Ilack sea W rk on the canal began last spring and four Jfirs sill lie required to complete it It is to be loM milts long and1 will ex jeril1 front the port of Riga on the InirpcrriverFay will lie large enough to permit the largest warships to pass through It frill have a width at the top of 2 17 feet depthoff p Ihlnalurgfie dug to Iepel upon the Mereina rlviv Hwill then follow this stream to the Dnieper which it will deeend to trrlea Tin route thus utilies tit river courses hieli mire to be eanaUei amid of the total length of till canal only 120 dugThe so strongly liiiilt ghat vessels tummy steam through it at a- role of six knots an hour It will take flx days for a large vessel to pass dayTdetf electricity ind the total cost is es Bated at about Sioonconno To pu rge the commercial area to be served iris proposed to utilize numerous sec idnry rivers and thus connect the sal with the important towis of Jzyr Chernigov litomir Poltava d others The success of the Manchester ship tool lulls led Uelginm to think of a oilar undertaking fur the benefit of rossels TIll project iis to nuke Urns 1a maritime port with large dock omniodatlons and a basin for ship g comprising about 300CO acres e work has not yet begun but there Io doubt it will be carried oii The 1heJlrlansfilers of the world and n great deal their internal commerce is carried I operutfJCIt OceantItcflcctliiiiN of n llnelielor beingfr1man is bound to have trouble It goesbousecleaningThere IB no place where a woman r sittingnM 1 forla5tbome on time when she has T gut up a lot of heart brealing re tSi bout his staying out late 1feta I VRUPOFfkt Is IJVIlTArIDII IDJ7tlll TOE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS Is due not only to the originality and nlsotomanufactured processesknown SYRUPCoupon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy As the manufacturedbyonly a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoUitig tIll worthless imitations purticsFORNIA Fio SVIIUP Co with the medi cal profession and tho satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families makes the nane of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy It is farm advance of all other laxatives as it nets on the kidneys liver and bowels without irritating or weaken ing them and it does not gripe nor nauseate In order to get its beneficial effects please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO AN FiLANeabe cat LOUISVILLE KT NEW YOUR WY Tln SIIKO of SiMvlmw Suyat palmWhincastdownpushTini fellow Alcoholic spirit pcnerly po before a fall The fellow witli a grindstone is a lookin for cranks The early bird iis apt to make his first re appearance about Halter nowadaystrwtThat man who always looked before he leaped probly didnt travel nights Chicago Democrat Allay lilt Simpleton If there iis one time in a mans life when he iis dcvoutlthnnkful it is when he feels the old hnimllnjT hna c rat rub up against his trousers on the day when rabbit stew is announced Yonkcrs Statesman Beloved ho cried throwing himself at his wifes feet we have lost all save honor The n omanIlrcsrd her hand trt her streaming as if1ItI heart were hreakiiic IHow awhwnrdshe sobbed lust the thine we dont need if weve pot to deadbeat Verily it seemed that a relentless fate pursued themle troit Journal Why do you call limpsori a confidence msnr Hewiuse lies alwayn taking people aside and his Private affairs Iclliurthtlllminder San Francisco Examiner A Sure SipnDftslierlvWontlcr if that WitS It married couple that just passed Downtrod Without doubt I bears her call him awkward calf when lie stepped on her skirtN V Imunal1 e I would lira to tell von a funry ftory about act little boy Oh well fo ahead Rut I have forgotten tit Sty ilniit you want a good cigar Y Indianapolis Journal e now are vou pettinc aiimc with that row Swede pin you hired She is not raw now My wife s mother hung been roasting her three limes a day ever since she came Cincinnati lCn iiiier e r out of my new music box 11nuiefa penny in the slot and And1 the thiap pin s u popular air No IIl stops playingi oneScu Francisco Ex nlnincrJinunais e your aunt on your mothers orynurfathernhidc Tommy Sometimesi on one side and sometimes on the other It depends on who iit pcttiiiu tine bct of it Boston Glob- eIlusbandOh themes confounded rheumatism again iflII so sorry I wanted to p Chopping tomorrow maid your rlifumatisnv is always a sign of rain Isnt It provoking V London TitI Bits e Jnmkins never laughs unless there s money in it Ive een hint laugh at lh theater Of course he humus to Laulu there to get his money hllckChicago Daily Hec ord Sububs Ive just returned from a hunt jag trip Towni House or cook Puck Whats dis vere copper combination dey talks of in tie papers tome new movie ode p lice commission IaposeUot Commercial Bulletin WIIAT ALARASTINE IS Alabastlne is the original and only dur able wall coating on the market It Is preparationsAlebaetlna II all madeready for use In white or beautiful tints by the addition ot cold water It laI put up In dry powdered form In five ofeveryscaling kalaomlnef wan pager for watt Ala utlne can be used on plaster brick wood ar canvas and aI chUd fiian brush it OD e CURED WITHOUT MEDIClfl The Man vrlth Rkcnma Comett la Coataet with the Hold Vp Man macintoshlightingmost remarkable case I ever knew Rheu befedhelplesswhateverAnd he was cured without medicine thetableu Yes withthehatOrAnd recovered the use of his nrms in one moment observed the man with the ECU gles onYes Ive heard of such thing remarked the man m the inverness It was under cir cumstances of strong mental excitement wasnt it r- Yes belkrehewasnt he- supposeI so Something or other of that nature itThesuch cases It was only an instance of what th cureXo in the macintosh re that1he solver who met him on a lonely road and said4hlolcl heMthemAN EXCELLENT COMBINATION SuccpNHfuI KiileriirlHv linxrtl OH Merit The Importance of Informing the Ililillc of the Value of nn Article ThroiiKh the Lending Xcv piticr The few remedies which have attained to worldwide fame us truly beneficial in effect and giving satisfaction to millions ofI people everywhere are the products ofI the knowledge of the inosl eminent phy sicians anti presented in the form most acceptable to the human system by the skillof the worlds great chemists and one of the most successful1 examples is thcI aiforniaoiFiji 1 goodhealthjag cast aside and forgotten In olden times if a remedy pave temporary relief to individuals here anti there it was thought good but now n davs a laxative remedy must give satisfaction to all If you have never used Syrup of Figs give it a trial and you will bt pleased with it and wIll recommend it to your friends or to any who overfeeding i conditionIn the process of manufacturing the pleasant family laxative made by the Cali I SrupofFigsthe taste but the medicinal properties of the remedy are obtained from an excellent combination of plants known to hI medi cinally laxative mull to act most beneficially As the true and original remedy named Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the aim I fornia Fig Syrup Co onha knowledge of that fact will assist in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured hothcrparties The Company has selected1 for thermmitedpublic of the merits of its remedy and among theme this paper IS included as Will lie seen by reference to its advertising col umns i plnYllI1 letin CrcNocnt Hotel Ilurekn SprlnK Ar knnsiiH Opens February 23 In the Ozark Moun scenerylaquacdrursion rates Tlirouph sleepers via Frisio Line Address 1 O Plank Manager Room II Arcade Century Building or Friscc Ticket Oflicc Xo 101 N llroadway St Louis Mo theyknowI Washington lIa Democrat To Cure n Cold In One Dny- Tak Laxative Itrotno Quinine Tablets All druggistK refund money if it fails to cull e 5c- Wr are forming a new coal arid coke trust and1 intend calling it The Coal Trust and Coke Dust CindercateA11cy Sloper Pisos Cure cured me ofn Throat and standingECadye It takes more or lest of a crank to be real good at thinglIhington 101 Democrat JacobsOilDont use cannon to kill chipping birds Clean X Y Tunes St Jacobs Oil cures Rheumatism St Ja cobs Oil cures Neuralgia nnturallhasI WHAT KALSOMIKES ARE Kalsomlnei are cheap and temporary preparations manufactured from whit- Ing chalks clays etc They are stuck on the walls with decaying animal glue Ala baatlne Is not a kaUomlne It la a rock base cement which fete and It harden with age It can be recoated and re 4 corated without having to wash and scrape off Ma old coatDlwate of a large fourpound package of light kalao mine told to dealers for four poundn and offered to customers iu a k Ave pous- dNtag 1 Y COMFORTING WORDS tID1tO x The Sttlrnioal Chair and Its Torture Miry bATdded by WoW f Heed Mrs PInkhama Advloe Kr 1Womanstb most Impossible The whole truth may be told to Mrs Pkakham becauMi WI i + is n woman and her advice Is freely tfStb yioffered to all women sufferers Mrs O E LAUD of loth and Sts Galveston Texas whoso letter is printed below was completely discouraged when she first wroto to Mrs Pink ham Here is what she says It DeAlt tns PINMSHAM I wrote to you some time ago M telling you of my ills but If now I vJte to thank you II for the good your remedies jr have done me 1 have used I two bottles of Lydia B Is rinkhams Vegetable Com j pound three packages of Sanative Wash anti one box of Liver Pills mind today I call myself a well woman I suffered with backache con stout headache whites sick stomach no appetite could not sleep and was very nervous At time of menstruation was in ter rible pain Your medicine is worth its weight in gold I never y ftcan say enough in praise of it 1 haverfl recommended to many friends If onlyIJ all suffering women would try it there would bo 1 more happy homes anti healthy women 1 thank you for the change your medicine has made in me Lydia B Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and Mrs Pinkhams advice baTe saved thousands of women from hospital operations J The lives of women are hard whether tit home with a ceaseless round of do mestic duties or working at sonic regular employment their dolly tasks make constant war on health Hall women understood themselves fully anti knew how exactly and soothingly Lydia B Pinkhntns Vegetable Compound nets on the female organs there would be less suffering LydlaEPlnlinantsYcgetaWcCompoandjaWomansRcniedyforWomansHI orpytin bearinglwo tube lirehtghgndequgnnrntthroughout nnloh nlekFt- rfmminca anv 2s loch Iramo fly toUI nxa UV lU CAN IIUtACItAwtlaAddross SEARS ROEBUCK CHICAGO ILL lWwwumtlrrliilIrWMrltilNiiUiliifIVNWWli at FAIR FACE CANNOT FOR AN HOUSE U- SESAPOLIOr w IZvmvfwtrffMrrMtIWmmmNmmmmmmmm w Wmwnm CONSTIPATION nIiiiovciiunC slut bolnu utio ti niovo them cxioit by UMIIB hot water h11cciun- aChruusocoustipnunforevenyrnrs mo In this terra iu roiiilition tlnriiiK that halo dhlev urjrlliiDk liiatil of tint never found nnr relief tICIIwas nlyci o until 1 licitan u ASCAIUl 1 Gun have from ono to tlirc paklakea n dar and If was rich would nave tllOU for each mnrcmcnti It Is such II relief AYUIEU J lltNT- I 1ItulbeitStLCtr01tMtcttCANDY CATHARTIC TRADE ftrOIVrtlUD noOOOdCURE CONSTIPATION tltrllit Kttttj Cll MMlrttl Sow Yrb nt SHOOTVINCfSTEI IMPED e5jiQi SUN StieLt5 USEDOYALLTHE fAMPIONSNOTS bicc Jem HAM ONA POSTAL QW fOa Itt tltVSTMTlD QrALOOUe ViNCHKrre REPEATING RMS OOMmunrtrrsAvr N1WIIP1NfarH dJ CIItmCIIES AND BCIIOOLHOUBES schoolhousesbe coated with anything but the durable thisfactJfenuIneIt III cleanly during the long period of Its usefulness Every owner ofa building should use It dealer or druggist for Aaklour and write for copy of our Alabaitlne Co QraH aa 4W- attaAJaetL OLLAR DOWN I10 UI with 0100 tat- ndwe will send vntii IOD S40 O AOMa it OICVCLS hr 1Ia Ol n et m Ion Kiuilnf II at your 10Uadllfioua asaJS- WSLmias rfreellttdand the trudl hrai balance 91393 and eprenl charges THE ACME JEWEL h on of tIle Lr- sIrdansellceltubinR bkiilnI but mWrlal through out drop forge connto IfAth guarnteed dngl mined rrlrd bbd r trr lundome rear t2 t or ra A nubi50 T1A5 ItA5tk5 IIItlllR 1OIln CO Inc uYiYiYiYiYiiYmVcYiYm A ATONE UNTIDY j a rI WJ ilncrd I I I liie 1 I MARK CoBpiif it MSI p paint free paper 4 i uUjrcll l l eee seoootcetea FOR 14 CENTS Yntelh to gainth Jut IUI lynrwoutontrr annlluuueuner rkx 7 Flfrtliti IUD IlkgIarliItiiOsbbage too 1 Iullnt Ud nest loo 1f JJDIfJlthtoIucumbnlllO h 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that you taw the ad ttlee mcnt lit this paper I 4 ALABASTINE- A N 1 a A REJECT THE JUST AS aOOD r i fJThesell you the ulna thing at Alabaettataw or something just as rood either la MKf posted or U trying to deceive you Ia c ferlnir something be has bought CIM and Ji trying to sell en Alaba tliie4jV H1thU11fall new substitutes Dealers risk sift 7 Nut for dasaseeaby sad inen fcy Rafftfti Sa Co ewa the right M asak- I I1fyM11 a Milt wstas- re 1 J 1 JJ j d+ ft of t- p r A ti t i 1r0 CIJ Ie 10 + ti 4t 4 I t I iJ lA y y 1q r d + 3- ff i t ii t1 ifl I j l v ii I i i t 1 rt flFull lt i w v 4- t + a e 62ji 7 1c 1i IYI c t 1t itt JI fii m r 1 r Ira d old t t i 1 v i a i n4 41c- jt l t I t S q Jt u tI t1w 2 1 i r tf i 1rf m1c n I 1 7 0 t C r I J 1 4i i i- A r t I it 1 Itr I i iirT1 ilif E- ii1ll 4w t WIhr ft I tt ft 21 h wiitlI 11Jlf Jindlaiiws auwihi1tIi lMvpfi1tffe ktiHqirit stumi t rRnviSt fevetjf kldHey trou painf AiUurbtltd aru out of orde r WHAT TO DO J Tqe 1 i nlrlrtln the knowltto 0- Isn ttlttDi KUmcra bwninp r kdney rniiiidy fuflH H ii11n cu ring r1eu IntIII pain InI t kIdnoyi1liver bladder nnd It t vpnof the urinary plunges It t tii IimliUUy to htildwitter nndI JKldtng rmin ju jmcsiiiR It or bad tflecln ii lf611qwlnif u e or liquor wino or licer sndovercomos that unplcnsaeit necwlty ofbelng compelled to go often during 3 tW day mid to ROt up ninny times dur l Ing the tilcht jlie Inlld ml thu extra = oruinnry eflVct 6f Swnmp Rot Ih soon rtalized It fllauds tho highest for irA wonderful qurc ot tho moct Itotrcsslne C C14If you need a medicine ymi shouldj hRvethQocst At druggists fifty cents or nnedollnr You niny hnvo R sample bottle nnd ar book thnt tolU more nl out It both rent absolutelyt free by mail if you noml yOU Ir IltI4rIl toriJifY When writiijp Iw sure nndI 1 generou4ffer8 j n U COUNTY TOYS NOTES o BffirTo insure insertion AII corres byMonday V I thnt nearby on Monday morning DAYSBORO DOINGS Mr Cooper In last weeks Hun ALl wo see a letter from Daynboroj nignod Charlie in which ho says Arbury Brooks hull loft for Still vator and had not returned Now I plumofrhoyI not toll hut what I hud written thoi lottor I havo positive proof that Tnnws Lacy and Bob Brooks didI writo that lottor and if I over catch Jim Lacy on this side of tho ridgo ngain 1 will make him walk Bia already havo Bob Brooks scared so bad that ovory Sunday when he goes to Lacy crook hoI Trimbjcs It has boon reported in this place us well as at other places in this and Morgan county that tho Hon Joseph P HOBO if elected td tho legislature will not support lIon Jo 0 S Blackburn for Unitid ijpUtes sonntor should ho ho tho GiucuB nominee of tho Democratic rt would lovo to hoar from- ThIn1tiYoh1 TUB HEKAII Como 36evS3Slell tho boys you are a PuocrRt puro nndspotloss as the dsi jjranow- AtTho basket supper at hazel Qreoi Friday night I had tho plea suro of drawing ono of tin host baskets in the house but my heart being full of tho milk of human lundnoas and my stomach full of Kirih Smarts bust mountain dow I gladly exchanged my basket for u1 fov pIeces of that shining metal at tho ratio of 1C to 1 and rocoiv od to boot tho thanks of Miss Roxie Daniel anti Willio Wheeler Ono of our best citizens informs us thnt Bomothing liko a blind ttgorjpboen discovpred in Days bro sino tho recent torm of circuit aourt in this county Edward 0 Taulboo has actively gono to farming for ho was soon one lAY mat week swinging corners with an Oliver1 Chill No 10 John AT and Miss Cornie Dins pf thd Spring passed through this waytoLftoycreqk J3obyRpbkrd8 anti his sisterin law MralfBailey oi Snlyoftville woro vSitiiglL Hobards Sun day J JH SobftBtteir was at Hazell somQbusinGsI it ti DayRbnroI broom Grant Lacy camo tip from HazelI Green Sunday to son his homoJ folk 4 JUhly Fugife of Gillniorowadhr- t fJlr yboro Quo day last weokii r JA Aru Kash 6f giilmolo wnai 4 jDijhslioro Saturday t S qjfiui Niokdll waSiin Daysboro Sr jj oiclayJu41ek t f r w Taulboo wont to H- reon Ql s Saturday jununV BIJOOKS othorwiso jwiS CHARLIE IfI J P j In J 1 LV I S t lf 6t Q trt1s atlfgllvt13n tskzng in the t Bnd frtcay Iiojns- thiuk lqokiug for1 i CI90 4rfI 4 1 S 5 L5 fl if l hor but o her ho did not Gqin giki1Mit NWISt scarce as everybody is busy Ben Murphy yas in Toliver Sat urday on a trading expedition Hurrah for tho dear eld lIEU ALD and Hon P Vat hfardin Boone Littoral of Hazel Green academy was taking in tho moot ing hero Sunday Andy Tolivor and wife of Grassy wore visiting J D MeXabb and wife Saturday nnd Sunday Don o jrntic W A Old field drove down to McCausoy Friday to moot hia brotherinlaw J H Wilson of Montgomery Joo Landrutn and wife of Big branch woro visiting in Tolivor on Sunday t nd took diniu r with John Sweeney tindwifo Garland Dennis was a pleasant visitor in Tolivur Sunday but those visits art HO often wo should not mention thom every time Misses Nannie Belle Brewer and Nnnnio Taulbeo two charming belles of Grnssy woro taking in tho meeting Sunday at Sandlield Our two lust letters have failed to roach you and were not printed nut tho cause iis not known by us They shore never reached us EditorJII Wilson and family of Mont gomery are visiting Mrs Wilsons sistorMrs S A Oldllold and ho is going to register at the Swango Spring for his health Rev W E Moore and Joff Brow or of Grassy preached at Sand flold Sunday to a largo crowd and much good was done They preach the bible Come again brethren Muv 15 SHINKK GILLMORE GLEANINGS Mrs J W Burcham hits been confined to hor Joel for severalI IflSaWin Kugnto who had his foot and nnklo hurt somo time since is improvingAunt Minton is suffering considerably with a sro on her head called scabby eczema D II Lindon loft Thursday with a fine bunch of cattle for tho Mt Sterling market Dave is a hust tar Dalt Calhoun of Quicksand has returned to this neighborhood and will stay with D H Linden this summerMrs II Linden hits a wool picking today and T II Vest has a fencing Ho has 800 panel of now fence on hand In answer to Swango Spring cor respondent the reason tIme insects failed to freeze together vas bo cause it is not their nature to The most of them would freoo nolid in ice and when thawed will got up and move out Linden nnd Clark are still run ning logs down GllmoreI I and when they will finish tho Lord only numyIencoun tar Thoy paid Jnmes M Ely 85 damage tho other lay and others are suoing May 18 UXCIK RKMUS CAMPTON CURRENCY T Kutt of Spradling was hero Saturday Proc Cud Honks of this place wont to Pomoroyton Friday on lbusiness James M Reynolds and family visited relative on tho Meadow branch Sunday A protracted mooting conducted by Rev 0 H Moore and othors beginhlroJ B GlUey who formerly lived nt this place is now located at lihmolamlor Onoida county Vis consin Jonathan and his boys are making lots of money G B Stamper Samuel Hurst Isaac Combs and non Sowell went spreeThursUfdniSomo of tho Rn lcd boo altorll j linni in receipt of a letter my brother Geo L AthQ fromII nt Mithiln PTmnemnr D22tul U S infantry stating that highlyire snysJootween the thumb and forefinger is fightingisabouor1ththo onioy hfe any hotter x Mny15I r SUrPLE JACK v- V vVii 11 laLiiy old soldiers now feel thn effects of Bio hard service they en dured during tho wnr Mr Goo S Anderson of Rossvillo York county Penn who saw the bard oat kind of service nt the front is now frequently troubled with rheu matism I had n severe nttnck lately ho saystfl11j procured a bottloof Chamberlains Pain Balm It lid so much good that 1 would like to knojvwhatyotftvould charge mo for one dozen bottles U Mr Anderson wanted it both for his own use and to supply it to his frionds and neighbors as every family Should have a bottle of it in thyir homo not only for rheu matism but lame buck sprains swellings cuts bruises and burns for which it is unequalled For sale by JT Day Tho basket supper at tho acade my Friday night was a success in ovqry particular The crowd was largo and orderly Therewere not enough baskets or ices for the crO cIJho proceeds wore 1428 Tho best prices in Cincinnati on Friday wore Cattle 500 calves 750 hogs heavy aS5 light 800 pigs 800 Sheep brought 150 lambs 500 spring lambs 0 to SX A laughter of Antony Ferguson coloredof Lucy creek died Mon day aged about 10 years K KK 1VflGES OF SII- 1 A Book forYoung and Old a OUR r WE CURE RECORD NERVOUS KV f Esti 1878 BLOOD f ii- A250000 SKIN DISEASED PRIVATE I n15ASESCURED J H 250000 CURED B Havo you Mnncd YOUNG MA npnlnft nnturo when Ignorant of tho terrible rrimo you Tero committing Did yon only con sulrr tho fascinating nlltiremcnta of thU evila habit When too Into to nroltl tho terII rlblo rerults cre your eyes opened tn- Our peril r Jill you later on in mnn- ntnot1contrntnnyI1tIVATUor11LO0I F I j dliencoY Wcroyoucurc Do you now Ij fnwlolUsllIarcUtlnn Y You know h JI1Ivli FAT II Lit LIKK SON Jf innrricd nro you con Mantly living in ilreail Is inirrinco n KK fnllura vlth you on nceiint of any weAk HCM cnnjedliy early alrno or later rx f I cuc llaro you been IniSTpPl with HI r incrcuryT This booklet will jioiut out to p you tho rcjult of theo erlmo nt111MllIt I J out how our NKW MKTIIOU TllKAT M MKNT wilt ixxltiroly euro you Illshown how thouxnniN havo hell wvctl by fl irwchow J J ANY UUUAlihK cAstI Oil NO PAY b Wo treat nnd euro KMISSIONS VAUICOCKTiK SYPlirMS OLliKTI w STHKTUHK I M POT K N 0 Y SE 4j rilBT lUlAINS rNNATlHAli II- Cu L A llUESlwmr nUll 1JLAUDKU uijeasec CURES GUARANTEED Tbo Wnircs of Sin Font fren 1y fenclolnr 2o itamn CONSULTATION fcj FHKK If uoablo to call writo for W OlIKKTION BLANK for HOME THEATMENT L riaKENNEDY KERGAN 122 W FOURTH STREET CINCINNATI I RQSEIDAVIS TIIE B1acKsi1sAND WagonI1laRerS Have no time to write an ad this week but desire to announce that they are still at the old stand arid ready and willing at all times to do any work in their line for cash or prompt paying customers Those indebted to the firm willplease be considerate enough to call and settle at once as we need money to run our 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T SiaieU = oc = sdllt 0 U One cent lump itcclvcii S AJdlt1l your icarctt point J5 THE McCALL COMPANY 138lo 146 W 14th Street New York orncrE and = I lrsnclscoHMS CALKS MA AZnNE =r7I n Publishedi F31IC tonyWork50 Aen wante1lor thit miculne In Men 5 toatity nUll fulptemlumtfor a 5 wok Writ Ur uruit id othci ulnSllb pMl oll7 GOo pet tncludtg a lJlE Iunm 11t111 lAMrc THE ttCJLL CO 3 138 to MtfV t4th St Nc i7IWMwmHmMY NMmMC 4 II GREENBACKS or Government Money At close of our Civil War in 1865 there appeared in the London Times the following policy American Republic during the late Civil Var in that country should be come indurated down to a fixture then that government will furnish its money without cost It will have all the money that is necessary to carry- on its trade and commerce It will precedentinthe world The brain and wealth of all countries will go to North America THAT GOVERNMENT MUST BE DESTROYED OR IT WILL DESTROY EVERY MONARCHY ON THIS GLOBE The famous Hazzard circular to capitalists in New York and the Bitch Bankcircular to United States Bank ers both emanating from London and the fabulous corruption fund raised in England and Germany estimated at 1500000 were the agents that secured the closing of our mints against silverThe CI walk into my parlor policy of England during and since the Spanish War is the latest evidence of English Diplomacy in shaping the destiny of the United States Govern meat Notwithstanding the famine price of wheat the Spanish War and fabulous expenditures of money by our goldhasand all other values decreased in the proportionFor understanding of the money question or silver issue the Cincinnati Enquirer has uniformly given evidence of its ability to teach explain and produce all facts and truth Itis a paper that ought and can be read by all classes with pleas ure and profit ttoMI ho HlllS I Y4 ou tiltS WIlIt1 M L MRS B KASH MillinerHI Lr JLJI JiI I jI S ROSEDAVID II iul iunrters Kzcl Ky KKrilKSKXTS SLING LUFF JOHNS CO WIIOLESAU BOOTS + AND + SHOES Hopkins Dace IUiriMonK MD Respectfully solicit n shore of the trade ot mountain iricrchinU q TniJtjLbJtlALJJt ft i7 1C5 c- oyo fr q f 1IJ ir t l r e I of I qIj i At I t to I1 f V 4k I P J AJI S 51lJtTSv fd J L 5 1 4 11- II ti I a 4 f