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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r r tisi i tY 4I f TtJi E HAZEL GREEN HERALD ttirta- 1 1 lti N 40 Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell Jt r- 1r r SrKNCKK Owner mid rTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky MountainsAltrayr JtllYKAR AilvMuec FIFTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 8 1800 NUMBER 12 I I I ti ta 1a a 1i i t a i 1 11- a 1- c 1- i 1- r 1- r 1t 1i 1a a a i l I I GARTER DRY GOODS COMPANY iMIOJWIillH AMU DKALtillS IX 11 QlQAND NO TONS LOUISVILLE KY Reference J Taylor Day Hazel Green RII BRYAN SAMISMAN rolli Pearson Clark WHOLESALE GROCERS LEXINGTON KY KE HARTFIELDI lluadqulutnrN dII tiIiii Is Icy itVPithyl- NT4CUCCENHEIIiIlER Co LYNflinriKi VA IIIninrtfrs iintl1 Jobbers of Dry meads No- lions a uiill Fancy irtodN We nwiinfiirlurf thu well known IlKATSAIl 11 Tunis anil Overalls Hold your onliT until you MC Mm u I I C ROBiNSONH e OF BEATTYVILLE KY 1 WITH G4ItIltOIUIKTOi Kentucky Gide Vinegar Works LOUISVILLK KY Your imtnimw is nspertlullv solicited BODE HARDWARE COMPANY i WHOLKSALK IMliDWASBl J 7d Cftr LEI3trCINCINNATI O Itcfrmtri J1 Taylor Duy llail irecn THE BEST 0 = 7KEM AL- L1LIPPINCO1TS MONTHLII11AGAZINI nllmbrl unu eutertutntng reudlllg matter JVo fonftiurrl ttnrtt trttlrh arnoobjectionable to titott render It should hn In every household sub icrlitluu 93OO tior year WllomheJ B LIPPINCOTT COMPANY Publlflherfl PHILADELPHIA r 1119t I 4IittUCUt it r r jUttvt WINCHHSTKU KY N II WITIIEUSIOON President It D HUNTHH Cannier timid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 0000000 Ihl11l1l1k solicits the itcfonntH of mer clmntN furmurs traders anil liiisliicMK men generally t h rOIl holl t KiiHtcrn IKentucky and offers its miMtoinuni every fitelllty and the most liberal tenoN within the limitHol legitimate banking octlSly I F HLNo hills I I lUll thiswnlll I i MRS S B KASH I L Fashionable MillinerI I j HAZEL GREEN KY T f I I I I I iI = 1 I 0 Ifj F5MRRI OR flttoTneya LcLW CoMlMTIONfl A FliCIAITV AND H- iirnNK IlJHI WILY MADK l5t W TIUI uitHov Sutrin i p LOUISVILLE KY nr rrClIIj Taylor Day Ilarul Orein AVID S I50SK U lli ailiiiarcr 1 feel Ky- liKPItr KNT GOtInd TS vuuiivMrND SHOES HpIII Ili 1 AITI UK Mn nCjlllCtully1 di its II hliarc tii tlio trailo olI inniiiitnln imriliitits qNUTI111tlsItnvrlopuET 8n un r rprllstedalIIilt1i1otllen bgsecurelhr11t I WILL ACCEPT JOHN YOUNG BROWN HAS DECIDED TO ENTER THE RACE FOR GOV ERNOR THIS FALL 41l1tlIII1 Uiiiiocriiry Which HUH Iteen l milling fur a Irailrr Nov HUH One 1ofLouisville Dispatch What was an unorganized Harms of complaints about the nstoundiiiglyI cor rapt methods which proclaimed Win Goobel tho nominee of that which was intended for a state Democratic conven nhapoforlightAll first was leadership and that hUH name If ban been evident that enough dissatisfied Democrats are hcnttcrcd over Kentucky fltu1iellulently evolved stalo ticket but they I poworfeltdrilled trninrd mad equipped force I which could dominate though Iless in numbers Scarcely hatl the digraccful timid al leged Democratc convention adjourned I I before the tlemand came fur a wan like exGovernor John Young Drown or Mai 1 IP Johnston to becoino the standard belies for II UUP I Democracy Thedemand upon both grew instead of weakened being made especially strong upon ox Governor Ilrmvn because of his seen sized personal following his power on the Htiimp and because Maj Johnston laid clearly signified that he could not devote the time needful for nu aggressive campaign cnpecinllyIelfers n poured in upwi exGovernor BrowlIlIl1cl the hope of an expectant loyal incor ruptible Democracy has been realized IIUOWV WlllI AtVlilT Tho Dispatch Iis authorized to iiiala statement which will gladden tho hearts of DcmoiTnts trod carry worse than consternation into the rank of Gocbel ism Ex lWllor John Young BroIl will accept the nomination for governor if it bo tendered to him by the part repre sentatives who are to assemble in Lex ington lord ho authorizes tho statement In going into tho contest IIwill nooks the supreme effort of my lIfo He would speak III every taunts during a most aggressive campaign trod should it hap poll that an audience m small as fifteen or twenty greet him at sonic places he will speak as earnestly as if to thous ands who may hear him elsewhere Fur some weeks it huts been admitted that exGovernor Ilrown had only to in dicate a willingness to accept stud that the party would joyously proclaim him their leader in the grandest light for Democratic principles over made in Ken tucky The Goehel faction has foreseen feared nod lost no opportunity to overt this Tho machine wits relied upon to grind ioebel through to victory but they know that if exGovernor Brown token tho stump that the onslaught will be one not to be stemmed thrones re cord in congress on the degrading federal election law soon after tho war between north and south his cleancut record as governor of this state and his position relative lo railroads and corporations trikc front beneath Goebel the props upon1 which Goebel most relies leave Itrowii free from any attack and yet will find him armed with the most destructive weapons with which to attack Goehol and tho political infamy which becomes now known as Goebelism While oxGovernor Ilrown would lead n forlorn hope for preserving the honor of Democracy it will bo with no fear of tho result ho enters upon this contest ami there too thousands in the state who I would stake their nil upon his ability to accurately size up n political hltua tinnTIll confidence felt in the probability that ho would consent to becomo tho can didate Iis no less warranted it would seem as to tho willingness of Major III PIIP Johnston to accept the nomination for lieutenant governor What n ticket that would make for a princhple loving Dc mocracyWOlIU liMMINATIiI iOIilirU Huch a ticket filled out with like men for the remaining suite office would arouse Democrats from ono end to tho other of Kentucky and not only in the western part of the aunts whore they are ready to follow wherever Itrown may I lendIhn dread of such a combination has been like a nightmare to the Goeholitos it has been the real reason why ninny committees its in Louisville have not been molested and now that Mrown has como out and a new ticket is assured the Goojel following IN as something crazed by n blow on the head Tho workers for tho Music hall ticket lire I dazed and can but stand idle and in dread The toll who tlo not brazenly main tain Unit Joolxsl will bo taunted in nnvbow candidly admit that tho con Browne1and Taylor They admit that the count ctt ing machine dare not bo operated in the face of nn opposition like that which will rnlly around Brown front tho actual KentuckyThoJoebelltct wilt not bo allayed when within a few days oxGovernor Ilrown nlis expected gives to Democrcy his reasons for tntl r- Ing into this contest It is safe to fore shadow that ho will lay bare the infa proceedings a convention which Democrats declare shall tint rest as a blot upon tho true party in this stole Ill It s1L1Y 1IIIAT Tho Kvcning Times yesterday lifter noon with its usual facility for misap prehending distorting facts published hayingdechlrednation Ex Governor Ilrown had merely said that he had no statement the lo make to the Times That he will accept Iis true he having u thnrized a represiiiative of Thu Dis patch to publish the fact Y o au listed the Iinol n Louisville Post Tho an IIIIIIIIICIIIOIl t lit IFrankfort to the candidates on tho Gochol ticket and a few other politicians who had assembled there for the purpose of talking over thin situation and formulating some campaign plan that exGovernor John Young Ilrown would accept tho nomination for governor at tho hands of time now con vention to be 11I1t1IIWI I like a IthunderI bolt from a cloudless sky tile little camp of Joibilites was utterly thrown from its fret as every one present had been strong in tilt belief that oxGov ernor Brown was not only for the Ooe bud ticket hut would make a strong fight for it It was not altogether the unex pectedness of the announcement that put downcast Ino4nn the countenancesI of the candidates for everyone knew that no now in the state held till place III the hearts of the Democratic voters that John Young Brawn does They tuft laid realized that if the greatest governor of Kentucky took tin stump in the defence of the peoples smelts and auainst force fraud and corruption that it meant the utter defeat and overthrow of ioebel ism in the state The candidates said but little hilt they were thinking much Tho fact that the opposition to the fraudulent manner III which the convention that nominated Gochol was conducted Iis no idle tale dawned upon them in all its magnitude soul it was plainly discernible that tho time mad come for them to think over the matter seriouslyo o n Will SWI tliStiltti- Teleirrams have been pouring Into GO John Noting Ilrown from all over tIll state congratulating him on his halve Htnnd and promising him the most ardent support Irnm the correspondents of tho Evening Post tho following specials havo been received showing that tho popular ex Governor will suture a warm welcome and hearty support all over the state It is conceded that Gov Brown Iis today the strongest living Democrat and it is thought ho will sweep tho stale Goebclism is doomed and even his warmest supporters in ninny places ac knowledge defeat already Browns candidacy means tho redemp tion of tho state from organized gangs of politicians who having captured tho machinery are attempting to capture the offices nod disfranchisotho honest voters of tho state Gov Hrawn said this morning that tho outlook was so encouraging as to bo ab solutely Incredible I knew that the revolt was deep seal midsaid tho Governor hut I had no idea that hern would be any such spoil taneous burst of feeling limo telegrams I have received are from the foremost men in the party all over the HtlltO Gov Brown this afternoon was invit ed to address tho antiGoobel mooting to bo held at Lexington next Saturday o n o- ir Mitly IliiiMil- The I exclusive announcement in tho Evening Pint that exGov John Young Ilrown would accopt the nomination for governor on the Democratic ticket lo bo nonmed by the Democralic party at Lex ington on August 2 met with general satisfaction in Warren county Tho nomination of the ox Governor is equivalent to election for the Democrat no cognio that with such n leader till party will again be reunited amid the few misguided member who are now chits jog the rainbow will fall in line and got into the Democratic hand wagon The followers of tho false god see that the re volt against their innn is gathering strength daily and they must soon aband on their fight With tho nomination of John Young Ilrown the success of the Democratic party is uscurod A butter man could not bo placed at tho head of the ticket Mr1 Ilrown is especially popular in Warren county nod Southern and West ern Kentucky It wan in this county that ho rolled up Mich n largo vote in his last race nnd he can do tho sumo thing again Democrats on nil sides this morning admitted that the announcement of Gov Browns intention to accept tho noinina wllvcrlngDel1l0Clllt8 crnts in this part of tho state who bavo already about decided to support Goobel will quit tho Kenton lions now for John Pound Brown in whom they have the theyltitvoThe news in time Kvening Post coming as it did on the heels of tho big mass meeting how disconcerted tho Goebfliten They hadnt expected that Inv Brown would accept tho nomination in filet they hud been bragging tout it was n cause without a lend and would not bo able to muster any steel th but it IK now conceded that Itrown leadership will mean a loss to Joebel of thousands of votes he would otherwise havo re ceived o 0 0 InlitI liilliuilai at Owiiintnirii l 1 YOUIIIIIwwlImore of a MJiiHaliou hero than DowcyH bombardment of Manila Tho people aro flauiiing in crowds on tho corners discussing it Tho antiGoobel Demo crats claim that he will pull moro votes than ioebel tumid Goebel admirers admit that It means certain defeat for their al leged nominee Tlio county officials are dumfotinded Josh Griffith member of tho state lcomnitttcesays I did not believe Ilrown would do it Telephone messages are coming in from allover the country asking if the nulls is true There Is grunt rejoicing rand Itrown will get n big vote hero and nil over the Second Ito o tier Hrown itennuN- C B Lowry n prominent citizen of Lexington says cxGov John Young Ilrown in lLouisvillo made the following statement to him II Whether I am placet at tint head of the ticket or same good innn like Major Philip P Johnston I intend to take the Hlumit ami do nil I con to prevent this awful disgrace being inflicted on the state that I Iloe 1 have never in all my life heal anything HO crystalizo itielf in my mind and heart I feel as if this were an inspiration and that thu spirit of 70 was urging mo to do this It is a duty I1 owe to the history of my state and to the priceless heritage that a long lino of great moil noble men have left us to guard and their very graves cry out calling on me to appeal to the manhood and honor of Kentucky to prevent this defilement of the house of our fathers My bridges urn burned behind me and lillorly regardless ui my future political or personal life I HOC my duly and no help mo God I IlItclllo do it IIvas n Democrat when it tUllklcourage to be a Democrat I have rained my voice for Democracy when I took my life in my own hands with revolver on my dcskand by this right I Intend to appeal to time fathers for the sake of fellowship in kindred ages pnsl and to the sons for time sake of the fight their fathers made to save the life of tho Democratic party and time tiulroftltirsintuby prevent mug the defilement of the house our fathers huilded o o n In Minitiiiitt ry The announcement of John Young Ilrown wan received with great favor by the true Democrats who nro Opposed to hUOiiM Goebel It hits put a damper on Goebelites o o 0 In HiiiKiMli County Gov Drown is very popular in tills county and hta candidacy on tho straight Democratic ticket will roll up II strong vote in Hancock JIll administration was n popular one with local Democrats who brava confidence in Mini RAILWAY DEAL By Which Cumberland and Boaltyvlllo Road Passes Under Control of L A A Good Round Sum Several days hgn ne otiatioim which have been pundin for sortie time wero closed by which the Cumberland Si Heat tyvillo railroad vases under tho control of the LoniHvlllcit Allan is Hallway Corn puny limo 0 fi H railroad runs from lien ttyviIho Junction mi tho LrE 11C to Mcatty villo and Will owned by n com pony of which Huborl Wallace of Mid wily was resident Jhu Loitinvillo Atlantic railroad under which name tin operatedinI bought time It N 1lC BII short time ago and will extend It as rapidly as puss slide from Us present terminus Irvine to cniinnrt with their now purchase nt Ptvtttyvillc n distance of thirtyfive milesMr i I Wallnc the president of tho 0 A It railroad was nUn tho promoter amid president of time V 1 t M railroad which runs from Versailles to Midway anti Georgetown timid tho sale of tho 5 k B RIttloveluJlcflI those interested It is not stated whit- price was paid by tho L A A for the O do It railroad but it la understood to boa goodround sum Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Tablo In Effect May 21 1899 EAST BOUND N1I4 u II An u STATIONS Dully ex Daily ex Dully ox Sunday Siiiuluy Sttmluy rAMIvelM1 Eva AJILuv Lexington i 111 11111 J S3 pin Avon 8 10 am 12 t0 pm T 61l am- Miielientur 8111 am S 10 pun II CO am- LttlMuiicnI l 8 15 am a 22 pm 711i am Indian FhU W 00 am 1 W pin 8 M am Clay City U 111 am a 50 put 11 00 am Stanton 1IJr am dI Ml pun 11 IO am Fihion 11813 am 4 ID pin 11 fit am Dumbit 0 d7nun I 80 poi la SB pin XatltrlilKu U fl ipn I111 pin JU M pm Torrent HI OS ntn 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General Merchandise Lumber Itoal Kntalo itc Also President Iltizol Groon Fair anti Driving Park Aefloointlon und tho Farmers Exuhang- oYOUR r MAIL ORDERS For nnvllilnv i the linenNllltIIurUILIliof Ulllfl I AllTI JOIllCOHriliA4 be promiitlv tilled by UN Write us n htttm you sawn fiml what yon vntit In your owti- stores JAR Ili COOIKIt Driiirui- ntSltl LKXINUTON KY Anrnno nntirtlnij n keteti and dMCriptlon may quickly nucnrtnln our opinion froo whether n lurnntlon U Horn itrlctir ioneduntiaiyilaiidbnokOntatenl Pont free rlldet for ecuringp tent Itllllt takon agency h MUlln co rocelr I- rptr0r thettotlrt without cllartlo In Scientific flmerican A hnndiomclf Illustrated weekly tamest errim Ptton of nnr clentino Journal farms 13 e snarl four inontin L Bold brn nowidealen Ynrkllranch= = y SILAS B KA8H M DM + i PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON tHAZEL 2EEN KY Office nt reiidence and callanswered nil tiount ObitctrlciBiiijieiiUUjry j y sk thk r l rr9 ft L t t t 9 1a 4 i 1 14F r 4 x- n r 171h fe w k r r c 4- i I i s i L f 111I I It i rI I 4 t- ii I If f t r a IIInIIIIlThe Monetary Problem 1 HCOil1i cCcc TrC k r GlCsfr ftt1ttIfrCrt fr t trg +Crjr rtrt PRICES STILL FALL 0Dr K llcnjnmln Andrew on the Prrnrnt Morhlil Condition of the Industrial land We see In the fall of prices and the accompanying danger to business tine true cause of the worldwide movement BO confounding to free Itraders for trusts mid for what we should once have called inordinate protective tariffs These phenomena mark the precise pe riod since 1873 during whirl money has been iswelling III value nosh goods losing In value New South Wales till J8H ever the free traders firm stand by succumbs to this drift The reason of It IIK perfectly obvious Production uow is extra hnrnrdnus sad needs shel ter When prices threaten or begin to fall when stock depreciates upon mini ttfacturerh hinds they inevitably struggle to avert these resultsI wel I coming any resource that emu old Un able to compass their rods otherwise they agitate for high tariffs I tin Iie itatingly avow till conviction that load prices since the war been stntiannryor onlyt slowly tulvaneing the rise in United States tariff rotes culminating in the McKluley law would never have been so much as thought of High pro tectionists would have been perfectlyI satisfied without any rise and even with some reduction The McKinley rates have been I lowered somewhat 1111111if the change unit been preceded by proper monetaryI reform the reduction might be permanent nod perhaps in a little tints with the approval of all made greater still Hut I fear that It cannot hepcrmancnt Unless monetary reform mans noon the tariff which the demo crats lows been at nuoh great pants to give us will speedily be ripped In pieces and rates of duty be imposed higher than those of the McKinley net A low tariff policy can never be established In these United States so long as gold alone continues the busts of our cur rency Ity no means nil those crying ft r highest protection whether lyre or in IKurnpc believe in protection mss a general polity Many such in theory favor a tarltT for revenue only i e they wNiuld advocate uch a tariff were prices stable or rising 11 Yillingnc to subject your countrys iiuiiihtrics to normalI foreign competition In one thing quite another to do MI when your competitors lire helped to bent you by a home bonus on exportation as IIs the ease with nearly ml1 exporters from silver and paper lands lodav In France these nppulI lilt lo I protec tionists art a powerful and growing party Their logic is as yet Imperfect Ily understood in this country hint men are mastering It snore nosh more and It will insure to the protectionist ranks armies of recruits in every congress tonal surd presidentialI election till gets oral prices merit falling Sin h Is the diagnosis of our present Indiutrial disease In my belief a true cituse of morbid conditions in the body Industrial ban been lair bare The ox minion of silver fruits service IIH full money greatly reduced the amount of the worlds money available for ulti uncut liquidation reddled it absolute lyjiind reduced it for more relatively to hOhc needs for fundamental money whteh rtsc from the growth of pain lation told business A distressing up prrcltlon of money per unit lusts en tailed meaning a tremendous drop In l prices This disastrouslyI tin sullen 11 all production It dues not entirely present production Nothing short of killing off the race cmld do that Hut it render production indctlnltely feebl compared with what it would Ibe hilt fur the handicap TIll world needs an addition to its fundamentalI money not store banknotes not statue token coin age not more full legal tender tokeis like our silver dollars and the Krone eons butt ntrcof t hnrt of money that inn do cxerything thnt sissy nionex east do We tuied IIsay a greater hulk of unouey that isI exportable good in ulil mate settlements suitable for bank and government1 reserves A stop must be put lo menR ubiquitous rusts and clutch for gold The pacslon for hoarding ttiust be ltd This rats hat done only by abolishing the legal priunsyof gold That Is the proj cr prescription for our patient The only question is whether he ran be induced to try the medicine MyI belief is that this rehab ilitation of sliver full money by a few jf the great commercial states of the world would instantly bring health If io that cuiirtiti in most dtsirnble1 Ilea janthi Andrews Iluon Mot H Kulntr lrlor Intrinsic value iloes not regulate price Air possesses store intrinsic value than any other thing known but It luis no price The intrinsic value of a bushel of wheat never changes but Its price does Intrinsic Vnltir The Intrinsic valuojof n glaasof wnter Is no greater on the desert of Sahara thnn upon the blink of the MississippiI river Iud Its price might be very dilYer ratSllvcr KnlghMYutcllmnn hear INeneyS Dear money wcana cheap ti cu THE SHERMAN LAW slnmrtlilnR About the Attempt llrmiinrtUr Xllvrr About Ten Yrnra AK On the 1th of March HS9 the nd mlnlstratlon of President Harrison begun Allot r the country there was u very generalI complaint of dull times and except lit the extreme rust u strong demand for silverI legislation When the Kiftyllrst congress assent bled on the liMIt Monday in December 1SSD there Is no doubt that n clear majority of built houses were in favor of fret coinage Hut tIll administration Speaker Keed and a majority of the republicans in both houses were oph Iutesh to such n measure The aroma promptly passed a fret coinagei bill and sent it to tint house Hut the ad ministration hush its pot scheme known an till Uindom bill The antisilver republicans bring In controll of the house blocked silver legislation until sntllcient pressure hush been brought to hear upon the less determined sil ver men in the republican partf to in dues thins to accept the Windom hill as n substitute for free coinage That measure passed the house byahnut 30 majority the pronounced free eoinaga men voting againstI it The bill pro vided for tIlt purchase of four and one half million ounces of safer bullion such month to be paid for In treasury notes created for the purpose These notes were to be legal tender except where otherwise stipulated ill the sun trait and were mode redeemable in gold at Ithe option of tIll government in sitter dollars or in silver bullion at the option of the holder of thus notes llefore passing it hush however I111II- IIICIIIItcl so as to admit of free eoinago when tIll bullion was at par that is worth 1 10 per ounce The tniH rtanca of this amendment wits overlooked by many people at this time Tin Hcnatti refused to concur and the matter went to a conference committee There tin four and onehalf million dollars was stricken out and this souls number of ounces substituted this provision for free coinage when parity was reached was also dropped and till notes wero made redeemable simply in ruin which of course means either gold or sitter In this tatter form this bill passed both houses and lifetime a low It received the ilK 1111 of the Sherman low from tilt circumstance that Sen ator Sherman was a prominent mem ber of the conference committee If the free coinage clause had been re tained old the law hud been fairlyex rented it is oat unreasonable to Ibe lieve that it might hurts settled tho silver question Under its operation as It was silver vast to SIJO per ounce With free coinage in prospect thrown ers or tilt Illlhlllll wOlllcl nnhsrully IIIe held it hark hoping thereby to raiso the IIIlIrlt prier to 120 when tree coinage wouldI lust taken effect and in nil probability held it at that point Hut this gold men opposed1 it for the same reason Professing a desist to raise silver to a parltwith gold they wire afraid of having the market bulled And yet almost every mar kit quotation of anything in Wall street Is the result of the manipulations of the tailIii niiil the bears rn Wnrnrr Denim It The Chicago Uecord recently printed what seemed to be an millionth Inter view with lira1ii1Varave1 president rf till American Hlmctallic union in which that gentleman was made to nay riiut sitter would be a secondary issua in the campaign next year This Gen Warner has denied I have he de clares never said to anybody that silver is a secondary issue I have said that inasmuch as the next congress was almostI certain to pass a armory bill the currency phase of the money question was likelyI for the time being to attract a large share of public at tention whether the government or tilt hanks shall issue our currency The money question has lust none of Its Importance told I do not think any backwnrd step on tills question will bo taken by till democrats 1900 There will however be other prominent III HUM the i i lists and Imperialism Hllvrr Itnlm The dependence of Prints in America upon the gold price of stiver in the case of articles whose surplus com petes in London with tilt hproduce of silver countries ifa very direct One might suppose that this larger market would rule and that the gold price would remain steady Instead of being Itself tlxcd by the silver price Hut it laI not so It I nut the China or India price that rises but the London price that falls Merchants find it rusher to buy Asiatic produce tit tlio out prices and sell it in London at a oldtn11ireIto till producer Krom this point of- view It is really silver that rules the world It is till purchasing power of the cheaper metal tutu determines the price all overE Benjamin Andrew NATIONAL PROGRESS Kothlnrc Mk the Cnmnirrrlnl tiroivlh of tlic rnltvil Mule In the llUlory ol utlon In an address before the New York Press association at its fortythird an nual meeting recently Mr George II Daniels general passenger agent of the New York Central Hudson liver rail road touched upon the effects of the late war with Spain upon ourcommercu nnd Industries in the following Impres blve wordsOne the remarkable statements of Mr Mulhall the Hritish statistician in his work on The Wealth of Nations1 was this If we take a survey of matt kind In ancient or modern times ns regards the physical mechanical and in tellectual force of nations we hush antis lag to compare with the United States In this present year 1S93- Mr Mulhall pruned by his statistics that the working power of a single per eon in the United States was twice thnt of a tierniHii or Frenchman more thus three times that of an Austrian and live times that of an Italian He said tIlt United States was then tIll richest country in the world Its wealth exceed lag that of Brent Britain by 15 per cent nnd milled that in the history of the human race no nation ever before possessed forty oue milllonsof Instruct ed citiens Should Mr Mnlhull revise his fig urea today the differences would all be in favor of the United States for in the past twelve months we have dem onstrated the MiMrlority of our manu facturers in every direction and our ability to cope successfully with Isles lions which have heretofore been handled exclusively by the older na lions is rccognicd by nil the world The four years that have inter vened between the time of your meet lagat Lake George and today have been years of great events and achieve ments I said at the Like ieorgo meeting that one of the inevitable results of the war between Japan sad Chula would be the opening to the commerce of the world of fields heretofore un known perhaps the richest on the globe and in urging this members of the New York Press association to do uver thing in their power to secure to the United States ta portion of the great commerce to be developed between the western nations and these twooldcoun tris of the world I asked three ques tions Shall the grain in China tend Japan be harvestedh by machines tins utfac tured along the lines of tilt New York Central or will the manufacturers of 1 Ingland and icrmiiuy supply thetst7 Shall the tires in Yokohama nosh Tientsin extinguished with engines built nt Seneca Falls or will France and England ml their tire engines to Japan and China ill the locomotives to haul the fast mail trains Ivetween Yokohama and the interior of Japan and through the rich valleyof China be built at Sche nectady or Dunkirk or will our ori ental friends and neighbors in the Pacific buy them of our Knglish cous ins I predicted that active efforts to ward the extension of American com merce by commercial bodies supported by a liberal and broadminded policy on tie part of our government would undoubtedly secure to the UnitedStatcs the blessings that conic from a great and varied commerce and I said that this New York Press association and similar associations all over the country could stimulate a public spirit thnt would insure the important results out linedAt that time we had no Idea that n war between one of the old nations of the earth and our young republic would be fought at that tithe we must no idea that American manufacturers would bn furnishing locomotives to the English railroads as well as Japanese and no one thought four ytars ago that Amer lean bridge builders would go into the open market and successfully compete for the building of a great steel bridge in Egypt nor that in so brief a time American engineers would be building railroads into the interior of China from the most important seaports sand fur nishing locomotives by tilt score to nearly every country on the globe In this connection will be interest ing to note in passing that the seennd American locomotive was built at the West Point foundry near Cold Spring on the Hudson river and was called this Host Friend and from that day to this the locomotive has peen sine of the best friends of all out people Hut it is not atomI our lntoiust hits that louse attracted this attention of foreigners who have visited our shorts our railway equipment generally has commanded admiration cud is now receiving the highest compliment namely imitation by ninny of our sister nations Only a short time ago at the request of one of the imperial commis sioners of tlermany this New York Cen tral sent to Berlin photographs of the interior and exterior of our finest ears nnd other data in relation to the op eration of American railways Several other countries have asked for similar Information and there is n general winking up of foreign nations on the broughthotilaieuts of American railwny PLAN FOR HAY BARN How to Int Ip K llnrnblr oust lon vetitcnt Structure lo Hold 1OO Ton Loom In compliance with the request of n Texas correspondent Prof s1 ii mis ford of the Missouri agricultural I college gives a sketch and description of a I estimated to hold 1011 tons of loose al falfa hay The storage rapacity needed for 100 tons of loose alfalfa hay will dependI largely on the depth of the mows inI which Ithe hay is placed The preps the mow the greater its capacity per cubic foot In mows LO feet drip tuus above It will require approximately jOlt cubic feet of spare to store one ton of hay These figures are of course ap proximations only and will vary with INTKIUOlt HBNT Showing Construction of Plank Barn Frame the kind of hay and its condition whet stored 1 suggest that your correspondent build a harms to by lifI fret and 21 foot posts It will be convenient to place the hints I12 fret apart The cheapest and strongest construction for the en tire frame will be of 2 by il ami 2 by S planks spiked solidly together The accompanying sketch will indi chip how the interior brats arc con structed This method1 of framing is peculmrly adapted to hay barns The entire floor smce Is left free and no posts or beams interfere with the workI ing of the hunt hay fork III slings It will be convenient to provide wide doors so that hay wagons can be driven into the bnrn when being tilled or for shelter for wagons etc when hays arm empty These driveways shay be tilled with tiny after this other bays Iin barn ore till full There should be large doors in each gable for the hay fort or tilings TIll sidling for this barn run be of second grade materialI The roof should I be built of good durable material shingle slate or iron By all means your cor respondent should hints a track in the gable running the entire length of barn upon which is to run a haymar carry ing tinynoun the mast by fork or sling There are many outfits now sold which arc very cheap and otlcient nand their use in handling 100 trots of haywill more than pity for the out tit in one sea son Journal of Agriculture SALT FOR STOCK u u A Supply of It Should HP kept la Ihlr lIrldI ccrillilr lo All Ktniln of Aiiltunlx Some experiments made in France showed that stock having regular sup ply of stilt were more thrifty and made better liSt of the feed they ate than those deprived ofsalt for a consider utile time Salt is one of this necessities of animal existence and even wild animals travel long distances to sock salt in till shop of salt springs of brackish water Salt is thin great cleanser of the blued and performs an important IIIb Ion in ani mal economy and as it is ery cheap it should he supplied to all live stock in liberal quantities A supplyof salt should be kept in everv pasture field and accessible to the animals at all times The common cups tuna of salting stock otter a week is n very pour way to supply thin needs of the stock The strongest ours will get enough possibly hilt the weaker ones and llieseare thcorcs that need it must will be kept hack and never got a full supply One of the burst was tosiipply Mve stock with suit is to buy rock salt std place slabs of it in pliers conven ient for thin stock lo get at it The weather has but fats plied on it nosh stark man get nil they need by simply t sucking this salt slab To feed it to horses put a piece in the tined box where theyman get it at any i tints ThisI stars not interfere with fCcci hug the horses nand at the same time a little of Ihtlt gets on all the grain I given tutus lien pigs will lick a hloekf of rock salt although a good many presIarnstr i If been are giver plenty of room hey are 1I0taiU apt to torllII Limited space often causes SILKWORMS IN IOWA The ntpe1Mulne Mark Chlesa nn Italian is KllcetIs fully raising silkworms at Den Mqines jIn The eggs were brought from Italy by n relative Two years ago he made the experiment first but the person 1 who brought the eggs carried them inJ his pocket anil they hatched on ihlp boanl M the worms hail tn be thrown Si nto the sea This time this person to whom the eggs were Intrusted suspend ed thin on a string so that they got 1 cool air on the oeean and on the railway trains Arriving here tliey were putt into cold storage until the mulberry J leaves were ready for them Then uion being put into a warm room they hatehed in our day Of the supposed SOOO eggs from ten silk moths about 1000 hatched which result Mr Chlesa trays is bettor than the average in Italy The greatest difll 1rutty has been to tied mulberry leaves for the worms They matt about three i wagonloads a day nod nvor stop eat ing for a minute hilt rat all the time day and night The worms in devour lug the mulberry leave make n noise like rain on the roof By lively hunting the food for the worms has been provided and they are wlll I developed and healthy about three inches long and are just beginning to weave their co coons There seems to be no reason why the industry should not succeed here Mr hiesa has brought n wont an from IItaly who ins had 110 years ex perience with silk worms and she says they arc doing as well as anyshe ever saw The experiment is the first that litI known to have teen made in the west and Is certainly the first that has beets successful It Sias attracted as much attention ai a circus in this cilaud the number of visitors is very large The owner is a goodnatured nunn and he cheerfully aril proudly shows the in slush 115115 d51IU to all who care to Heft them If they Mini out as well as they ltromise to MrI Chiesa will buy a large farm near this city plant it to mulhcr rv t errs Im d go Into the business of rais lug silkworms and producing silk on a large stale From the experience he has hind in America and Italy where his father is II sill producer he sees no rea son why till industry should not be civ tircly successful in Iowa X Y Sun MAKING A DERRICK Por MnckliiK Tiny this Base llrrr Oe crllicil mill Illuilriileil In IlluhlI Itctn m in c mlcil The material for the derrick as II- hush rated isi as follows If the polecat bo secured in the nearby woods only the labor in securing it stands against iit Tin Last is eight fIt square built on runner frame tin feet high The pole fur sling use should be 30 fuel long long boom 1 feet short end four r4 DKItlllCIv Jon STACKINO HAY feet long end II fret short brace seven feet long bract II feet Top of frame shouldI be tits feet square Thu whole should he holiest together MI that it can be taken to pieces and stored in shelter when not in use If built to use a sling the long Cull of the arm should befort high umberI needed to construct is as follnns IretIourln91itiisnrsnth aRisenIonluOneIdOneOne niter txt inches 15 fret long M Total Kg Urn this lumber can be l oiight hard wood firstclass for S ililllhc dollars readyfurWlirn llomm Cnlrh t old IIt has been noticed that horses that have been out on pasture for some time will frequentlyI seem to take cold or develop a case of nasal catarrh when then up and kept in the stable If the stalk iis very close and warm and no protection Iis given to the horse to vent him train taking I cold llreJJ atTcctulbythcr30Itlltinopen wisebroughteases eIdI may frequently follow the heIltarrhI H 1 Vft 31 V i 11n ftU ftg dS ftv ftP IIII hi III I I 1l fi 1i 1S 1i 1t 1U 1i I t I II II 1 1 1i II II 1i tj 1I I C S I It i t I l 1t tI 1i 1 Ilt I II Ii 1I 1 a i i t I t t tt I I I iI 4 PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL A New Orlsnns man wears a hat of spun glass New Orleans bill collectors have formed n social dub A San Francisco mini always wears a red white lull blue hlrt Lord KlUhenersJ favorite book ac cording to the London Leader Is tin Mohammedan Koran lie has a ropj always with him A Philadelphia optician limas this sign dlsplayetl in leis window IIf yon lout see what you want you need plusses Let me supply then Carolns Dnraii says that his most severe critic was a dug rrhmse portrait hf once painted The mistress turned tir her nose at the result nndsays the artist the dot looked once and then bit me in the leg Vet It wasnt a bad picture either The duke of Edinburgh thednkeol lIxlColrgthltls amnsement maul solace in violin playing lie Iis a very good performer on the instrnnrut despite the story that the prince of ValcH once said he was willing to attend a cer lain amateur concert provided that his brother did not plug the llrst violin Three lirooklyn gentlemenI agreed to swim a quarter of a mile fora small bet in IIndian river rlorldn They swam rather leisurely for about twothirds of the distance and thin seeing thin an alligator had joined In the race they pnt in their best spurts evidently fear ing the alligator would win the stakesI LAYING A HAVANA CABLE h IltMV UK Work IN nuuInlllIl1 In- Mm IN n MUNI MltlliMill Tu Ml The laying of a secondI cable from Ha Tana to the Florida coast is one of the results of the development of closer re lations between this country anilI Culm The uses lint is being nit by the Commercial Liable company which failing to stem special authority from Washington i going ahead nmier the post ruads act vliiHi will girt the post master general purser to tlx its rats for ollicial messages still authorize the gut ernment to tnko over tht line at army time on appraisal The business of making lied laying cables has been reduced to an exact scicace since tin Agamemnon cud the iMagara planted the first submarine telegraph line between Kurope and America in JsiS The machinery mad methods of a modern tch graphship like the Commercial miipstiysMnImy- Bennett do not dilVer radically how ever from those of the evperhattital ItllJhIlIhlt Itself varies with the water in which it is to lie The bottom of 1heitilf of Mexico is serrated with oralI reefs audits waters are infested by the teredo against whose ravages pccial armor is required This will make the Cuban cable unusually heavy am cost ly First comes the Iore or conilnctor curlsiaingof intertwined ioppcr wires trim an insulating coerlng of gutta piivliM then a layer of jute yarn then a sheathing of steel wires w ith another layer of jute and a bit 1111511101114 eutting overall The core is the sorer size throughout lint the sheathing tin ies being thickest for Hhallow and thinnest fur tleep water On hoard ship the cable Iis Kept coiled In huge round iron tanks in the hold On n platform projecting over the how Is a large iron pulley hack of which Iis n revolving drum This is the picking PIIPIIIIIallls 1t th stern is thpny ing out gear similar but with tin addi tion of four retarding ahtIsa brake cud n dynamometer to record tin amount of strain tilt cable subjectedl to When laying actually begins tin great cable glides up from its coil in the tank IiIII graceful but hits rinin able serpent passes over the retarding wheels taken several turns around tin brake1 drum under tin dynamometer over the stern pulley mad into the wa er In good weather it can he paid on at the rate of seven nautical miles an hour Landing the cable is the most ditllcult task This is done by small hunts A spurt section of the strand IKcoiled into one of these or on a lighter ami towed Inshore Cables are seldom landed in harbors and the taslcof getting them ashore through the surf is frequently a risky one for which reason the men en gaged are providedl with lift preservers Once on dry himl the line isnnchorcd in a cable lint a rough structure built near tilt water The cableship nest pays out until dtep water Iis reached when the cable Iis staled at the end cud let down to the bottom attached by a rope lo n buoy This is duct at both land IngKpfriicn the deepsea section Iis splint d to one of the spur IIIlIl1cl pull nut until thiothemshnIIorvtyntersetioutl- b reached There the final split is innjlc mid tilt line is ready fur working TelegraphicI connection is maintained with thshore as the cable runs out and constant electrical tests arc mode Wofitlerful fun IK of finding lost cublciflarc recorded In I5Ga the t Ireat KasterWvgrappled and recovered in midticcan the Atlantic cable which hall parted ttere the year before and In 1SU1 wRen the Iaraday was laying the Commercial companys thlrclt inntle line both the buoyed shore ends were lost and afterward picked up Instances like these furnish romance anti excitement for the men on the eable sbipsColliersI Weekly HIS LITTLE BUNDLE It WMnt Much IB Sloe lint the Value- of It Aitonlttlic tlc Hotel Clerk A quiet lookin tmoothtlmven man with a Btraw hat pushed back from Ins forehead thelrumiewaldon the Counter The package was about the size of an unabridged dictionary and thnthoreyourvuud htirreceipt hook proceeded to fill out a blank 1IIchalllcalIy 011hlllllltIhit pet averted in midair and his eyes all round as cart wheels Sixtvtive thousand repented the guest and by the way 1 guess Ill just seal tip that wrapping It seems about to falloff lie opened the paper and disclosed a retangular 1IOCkof 10 bills Licked as tight as wontbutI patentaltty ltrhotlyi were rich Meanwhile the snsooth shaven mar readjtistrd I hCOlr secured it with wax pocketed Isis receipt and walked oil He wax a country banker bringing n deposit facesDemocratP HIS BATH NOT A SUCCESS IleliiK In n Hurry Hr 1ortllt to Take Oft Ills Under elullieN eeryiateI ruse Hash of the morningi he thought it vouid be a capital idea to t lla bath before getting into bed First of all and nuM important it would contradict any wrong impression as to leis condition as Ins wife somctiniis had wrong impressions when he had been out late at night Women are MI su piriou So he went boldly to the bathroom and was soon splashing around a gnylv as a canaiy In fact lie created Mich an un atial ioiimiotioiiithat his wife woke up and went to see what was the matter Suddenly he saw her gazing through the dour with a look so cold and contempt uous that it truck a chill to Ins very heart lint he made a dive for the soup and went on industriouslyI with IIII ablu tionsWhat are you doing there Peter she asked him lpllarIcholllIrCant you see what I am mining my dear hIIwithanother prodigious splash 1111 taking a bath Dont you think it would he a good idea for youtttotake olf your underclothes she asked1 him with a frozen reflection 110 she passed out of sight Chicago litter Ocean KrruunUeil III Otrti Tn Meelolli JlltldhomI I in passing through his lumen departineiit t particularly heuiitiful table tiomh He stiiHil to iidiiine the texture of the liner lUll remarked to the dork in charge of the counter thit the cloth seemed to him tIll handoine Uicy hall ever hut in IJk Next dot Ihe noticed that the heiuiiul cloth was not ill tIll show case and ass- turd by the clerk that it load been tllit Oil the eveiiitiK of the sune day he bllt IatI the huiiM illI a friend who iNi pn iiuii 11 m I MKial allan Pacing through the jiuii leitirtnifiit on the third morning hsum the stilemlid tuMeclnth again liangiii in the sliiiw caM I thought that clotli was old he saidI lo thrlrk It wa + ir lint it rear returned this moriiiai as not satisfactory I IilllI surmised ut that ass the slower rum I diedutltht truth last night and head no fau I found with it Uetroit rinse 1ieu A cynical bachelor snys Adams wife WM calledl live because when the appeared his day of Imppincfs Will at an end Chicago Daily News An amateur editor has nmilo a fortune bv his pen Hisi father diiil of riefon reading one of his editorials sod left him lf 0 000 Nativoo Independent If wive could get nway from their IIIIS bamU as sassily as outer women the men would cling to them M haul that nil the di gone lawyers would the of Mnrvatioa N Y the + Jadrooks Doc your minister believe in thin Hilicv of ewrwion XomulR I thoujday he dots Iris text ycstenlty cuesi ter of two voiil nnd ho made It wr 111011 out of il that it took him an hour to deliver N Y Trilwne Managing Kditor Dont you think we hail littler have ft shorthand man at the Ministers a ocintion meeting this niter joon City lithtor1umil t see how we pan work il It will take every fchoithniid moats on the force to liatnilc that woman eonvfiilion Ohio State Journal Itehfuse welt prolTrrcd love proud htIIIlhl I heeding cliff The girl gazed in the doer lion designated by IIIM grimy fireliiigcr Huh she snit l Hints only a blull For she Wit weal1 ai mine other IliuigsStanthtnland Catholic Times A business house of Aberdeen Scotland recently engagetl as olliee boy a raw country routh It Wass part of his duties to attend lo the telephone in hill masters absence When first called upon tq niiMver the hell in repJv to the real query Are you there1 he nodded assent Again the ques tion came and still again and each time the h1 11nve all answering nod Vhcn the question mme for the fourth time however the boy losing his tAtunnr roared through the telephone Mnn V ye Win Ive been noddin not heid ate for t last haul oorl iUrth A StartllnK Anairvr tierftatfonin a local academy the other day lie told the itory of the early Hninnii republics and the cdieniiiiR of the politicians of the times He related how when any nuts in neighlurLtoyster shell IIIatillotrouml shell and on tic receittt of a upcciiied number hy time consuls tint nun Will liniiihcd killed or otherwist rvinovvd in some one of thon tilinsant yay 11 the old HOIIIIIIM had NVhvn lie raidNowfcnt what did we derive from the old ltin ueof JThefrom what he got for the little student with dthnrctl From the Homan habit of using shclU to get the best of people we derive the present Coney Miuul shell jiHIII which u shortItrouklynrimes Could Ileniciiilier Sonic Tlilnu Traveling Missionary And how many children have you Mr Hurdock- KarnuT Hurdock doubt fulVellnl- ny I diinno Theres ilk and John nnd Kate wife how many children are there around here ills 11ifNine five boys and four girls Traveling 1lissionary1 tine family and a fine farm Mr Burdock You keep itock 1 prchtmie Farmer Uurdock Oh ycs Ive pot lid head of JOIKV cattle 589 nhccp nail 91 hogs X Y 1orl- dw Curloim Cimtom In China it is the custom for guests at din ners to run around between thecour esTlii is MtppoMd to keep the diners digestion in good condition but the nervous hustling American needs vomcthing else and thereini nothing better than Hosteller Stomnch hit tee Ifl man or woman is suffering with constipation indigestion or any stom ach trouble its their fault iif they duiil gel yell lloitetlcrs Stoinacli Hitters will cute theta Sic that a pnvnte Itevenue Stamp covers the neck of the bottle- Conipnrtirc Notes MyI husband sail the little lady with pardonable pride bought me a season seat in cityAcall thellIilt1I aboutDetruitLoin din Vrur Nhor Ono size Mimller utter Mhlnjf Allens Foot Haso a powder for the feet It makes tight or IIKW thois eany Cures swollen hot sweating aclilnu feet ingro tying nulls corns nml bunioiiK At nil druggists amid sho- estnrets Trial nacknvro FHKK bv mull Address Alton S Ulmstud le HOJ 1 IieImum sure Ive east my bread on time water many a time and 1 1thmtt see any m- estiltsIleo I guess your bread would sink drsronmkets StnlcMiitn No employer is doing the tight thing by llIIploclifidA No than shouul he 1iopele s so lung allI he has two gout lonit Imiids his hands IL A W IIl1lill1Ii Some fatlcrsl m I nl Me limit 1 iiightcrs ex ccptng on IIy LJ tclnnjii dionc Unlvcriltr of Notre D Mt We call attention of our readers to the advertisement of Notre Dame University Notre Dame Indiana one of the great edu rational institutioiu of the Wet which ap learn in snottier column of this paper Those of our readers who may have area sion to look up a college for their MIIIN during the coming year would do well to correspond with the Ireiiident who will tend them a IIlIt1artictllalletc There ill n thorough preparatory school in connection with tne Univemty in which students of alt grades will Ihave every nortunity of preparing themselves for higher studies 1Hie Commercial Cout c intended for young men preparing for business musty be tiniiilied in one or two yearn acconling to the ability of the student StL Kdwardi hall for Toys under thirteen ill nn umiuc department of true institution The higher cifurMK are thorough in every respect and students will glint every opportunity of per feeling themselves in tummy line of work they may choose to select Thoroughnon in classwork exactness in time tare of students nIl devotion to the best interests of all ore the diftinguuhing characteristics of Notre Dame University Fiftyfive years of active work in the cause of ediiratiou have remade this nutitu tion famous all over the country The Our Kxcrpllon- He To hear you tell it one would think I never told n single truth before we were mitariledSheVsll1 you did prevaricate to a conniil ernhlecxtent nut Ill give you credit for hav ing told me the truth unto prayWhenI her you said you were unworthy of ineT Chicago 1 livening News The lest PrmrrlntUtn for Chlllm and Fever Isn bottle of Gitovn8 TAHTKLKSS Caiu Toxtc It IH simply Iron nnd qulnlun In a tasteless fonn No euro no pay PriceKto Worth Looking Into Williehoy 1a whats a mixed metaphor Y lilltIIIIIIt one on me Ill ask my bartender when I110 down town Philadelphia North Aiiuri eau Ill Curt u Ihl In line lluy Take I ixatlvn Uroino Oiilnlno Tablets All druggists refund moneyI If It fails tocuro 25c- A Michigan than has been telling How to Baja Country Life Its easy Let the other fellows owe the aniuiiiit of tht mort gage Augusta I111 Herald Dont forget if you use Putnam Kaiiclct Dyes you dont hate to send tar a pnckage for wool and tile for cotton Ilinch package eolors all flutes The only 1101111Willi have any excuse for having the big land see thoe who have never had dTN Y lontnal Pisos Cure cured me ofn Throat amid Lung trouble of three years standing 1 E Cady Huntington IndNov 1111111 A fellow with n nice string of gains very rarely noises into town hn buck alley Washington Iln1 DemoirHt llnllN fniiirrli Iure Is a Conslitutiuiiil Cure Price 73c MiI linn pnfrllll rs lie rllhi stcil L A U lliiii1 I Io For Infants and Childr nInBearsUseTheForSignatureOyerThirty Years OfTheKind You Have Always Bought INI CrtTAU coM r Nan T1 ruNTTrT NtW To Nm cute 1 SUCCESSFUL SHOOTERS SHO- OTWINCHESTER I I Rifles Repeating Shotguns Ammunition and Loaded Shotgun Shells Winchester guns and ammunition are the standard of the world but they do not cost any more than poorer makes Allreliable dealers sell Winchester goods I FREE Send name and address on a postal for 156- page Illustrated Catalogue describing all the guns and ammunition made by the WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO 180 WINCHESTER AVE NEW HAVEN CONNii i I DR MOFFETTS TEETHIN TEETNIN6 POWDERS oiig HTMrIjawGIIg Perhaps sleepless nights caused It or grief or Sick ness or pcrhack it was care No matter what the cause you cannot wish to look old at thirty Gray hair Is starved hair The hair bulbs have been deprived of proper food or proper nerve fo- rceAgers uhF vigor In I powcrII I bulbsUsed according to direr tions gray hair begins to show color in a few days Soon it has all the softness and richness of youth and the color of early life returns Would you like our book on the Hair We wilt gladly send it to you Wrto ml If you do not obtain all the benefits you expected from the Vlcor write the doctor about it He may be able to suggest something of value to you Address Dr J C Aycr Co Lowell Mass tftrrrrrrrr r ilWIIiriIW tYrrrrmYiYrY1VV OklahomaJ IOffers Opulent ww Opportunities ETnlh who il1 site new IniuUnml ItIIIl iNiI tlutlrpacdl chalice I riulu ulul atrrstulents lIy CIllt Itb t tat IIL1I1Itmrers- E Its Farm Products m Include L i oulsu lulitliI of vlicnt llnlt- INllrrrttn and million of lol E Iarstemh 1 timer arat11lniltetc send ur frn rqn f Iwulp del x rntitl l The Tnilh Aticul Otln a hI11 nilt Milf l miiii 1rI rule s- HomcscckcrsE Excursion tI k11I topklah 3 S- AililicinlliiKia= ln rni r lime 3t E 3EI 1to 1 r juun ntu IrN11tN1q WHISKERS DYED A Natural flack b- yRuckioghams Dye filco 63 emits nf eoNrTim JUIMJ1W 0- 1CARTERS INK are the uers More liner of It than nny other Why THU HG5TI Costa YOU no more than the rootedI 1 t 0 f Yd r Gu i 9llttlr Rt4 lSt All Molt t tutli Prir riuim UIMHU Uro in an1e F4 bv iimiftiMK A N kit 17QO- 1VHi WUITIVO TO All latrIN QI- Iplese some Unit you uvf the AUverll cut In till Issuer i Aids DIgestion Regulates the Bowels EasyTEETRINA the Bowel Troubles of Children of Any Age Co U Only fillS CCDtII s Ak Your Druggist tor It II nut aepr Dyararlllt8mu lS cents to Ci MOFFETT M DST LOUIS MO I ITocure or money refunded by your merchant so why not try it PrIce SOc I fIt 0 r t I r- ll a- A y1 a f l x r a je j klk- li I hY s ri i ry c 1 1 i I I WI J I I 1 3 II t 1 I I I If It I Ijj t bifr i t i t L TnyY f- ratt JHE HERALD i IfPEHCER COOPER t EcUtorI KYTHURSDAY isoo JlfI I Fell GOVKHNOU WILLIAM A OOEBLE of Kenton County you UKUTKVANT ounIISOHtt J C W UECKHAM of Nelnun County KOU ATTOUNKV mSJHAtIR1 HRECKINRIDGE of lioylo County you AUDITOR GUS COULTER of Graves County r Ton TnrAetrneit 8W HAGEK of lloyd County rJon HKCItKTAKY OF STATE CALEB 1IREGK IN RIDGE MILL of Clurk County Jon GOMMIflHIONKK OK AGIUCUITUHK 1 B NALL of Joflernon County you SUP T 01 puniic INSTIJITTIOS IIVMcCIIESNEY of Livingston County Font KKIHKSKVATIVK OlfiT HIST JOS 1 ROSEof County you UA1MIOAD COMMIPBIONKK COI4A11 HArILrON of Monttjomory County RKOAKDINR the convention called to moot at Lexington on yesterday for the purpose of nominating another Domcratic ticket Col W 0 P Hrockinridge says Nomi nate only Hrnwn tho long and unbroken friendshipbotwoon Major ToluiBton and tho writor is known to this community which friond shiphas ono of the heritages of the manager of Tho Lexington Herald Thorp has never boon a lay when wo would not have gladly voted for him for governor Our terms with him nro such that wo can speak freely His health is not of the host i he is anxious not to hon candidate his proper relation to this canvass is chairman of the state committees But it would not be frank in us if wo snit these wore tho reasons we did not thin it wise to nominate him for lion tenant governor If any one is to ho nominated for that office ho is tho boat selection But our delib orate judgmont is that only ono nomination ought to bo 1Undc that for governor tho issue can bo rondo sharper moro incisive moro attfactivo to tho state by nominat ing John Young Brown against William Goobol Mr Goobel is tho concrete representative of tho is sue tho pooplo will appreciate that issuo whom n choice in presented What is flooded is to concentrate all opposition to Mr Goobol upon Quo man Governor Brown can be elected in such s race i in our judgmont a Brown ticket cannot bo elected It will divide the anti Goebol opposition TIrE resignation of Algor as soc rotary of war which was tendered and accepted by tho President a few dftju ago ana Eliliu Hoot of XovYorkhas accepted thenppoint monh ad entered on his duties Jugnat L FALSEHOOD NAILED ExGovernor John Young Brown gBY9 out Uo following curd Julv 27thI In the Courior Journal of today in an article commenting on th I present political situation in Lucky among other things KolleII all true I find the fol wing gross misHlulomcntJJ IIDnring tho recent C0l1vontillll1 he Governor Brown cnrmstly sought to have Senator C5oebt l and his friends give him the nomina tion There is not a Hvllablo of truth in this charge Jsover before orII during tho convention wue 1n exchanged hoiweon Senator joebol and myself relating to tho possibility of my name being presented Never by letter or through friends or anybody was any communica tion whatever mode or authorized by me to him on that subject di rectly or indirectly 1 want this denial accepted in tho most com prehensive 5011- 80hereafter I shall not notice similar unfounded charges lime questions involved in this can vass uo very grave in character and farreaching in influence to tho citizens of this commonwealth They are of far higher dignity and importance than JIKTO 1f tty per sonal issues The School Fund The school fund this year amounts to 270 for each child of pupil age lust year it was BO- As many teuclitrs had made contracts to teach for tho public money based on the per capita of last year tho increase will materially help thom To a person who has I watched the per capita vary from year to year there is ono feature that seems peculiar to say tho least of it and that is tho school fund iis larger on the last year of a state administrationi than on another rime last year Copt Ed Thompson was state superintend out tho state paid fLSO per pupil and 0110 of tho Democratic argu ments was Just tHO what wo arc doing for Limo public schools1 Tho Democratic state ticket was defeated anti tho fund next year dropped to 220 nr less Wo may expect this fall to hoar time Republican state administration extolled for its great service to tho public flchonlt When they are defeated as they surely will bo it iis highly probable that it will bo necessary next year to reduce tho per capita in ordor to make up tho deficiency caused by the figures this year boing too large However such isi polities A Parallel Case A great deal has boon writton in reference to tIll combination en tered into atthoLouisvilloconvon tion between Captain Stone and Senator Goobol as to tho tempo rnry organization A parallel caso occurred at Lie convention nt Frankfort in 1S75 In time contest that your there wore throo candi dates Gun John S Williams fas B McCroary and J Stoddard John son Of the instructed delegates General Williams was far in the load In fact ho would have con trolled the tompornryorgiumntiun if tho supporters of McCroary and theirkcandidate nn avutt Williams man Gen Lucius Desha of Harri son county Gon Dosha was elect ed over John M Elliott the regu lar Williams candidate Subso quently tho McCroary and John stow forces combinedlIl1 McCroary was nominated by n very small majority over ion Williams Of course there was jornoss over tho rosult and to many it was al groat disappointment1 Hut there was no bolting no threats to nominate another ticket The party supported McCreary with unanimity and ho was elected by a largo majority If tho combination alluded to hud not boon affected Gen Williams would almost boon nominated But hisfriends wore I jutgoneralod and Giftmanaged anti he wont down in doCent Ho accepted defeat become o candi Into for United States Senator lUll was elected Paris Kentuckian nmillion a new press that will print 1200 copies n minute it M tliu bc5t farm paper in America and it iilenOM the wjou folks nil to piece Vc bate Inytu J secial urraiiKiinent LyuhichwGarpajiltjlocmlI tin Farm Journal for the balance of 18jy and all of Ji00 1JOJ 100 ami wn3 nearly jve crd tQ all subscribers of lnItI I a FRED J HEINTZ- manUfHoturiQUa 0 JwoIr DEAIKIt IS Watches Clocks Jewelry Diamonds SILVERWARE OPTICAL GOODS Solid Gold and Silver Medals and Class Pius gpUnexcellud Repairing Facilities IJr i111111 KtreetMlMMaaBek LEXINGTON KY Price List foT Watch and Clock Repairing leaning Watch American wake 160 I II Old English Ievrr 200 mama Spritlg15oCleaning Clock Auie 8 day 125 rt French wale 350 It It Nlckle alarm stylo M Main cping III clock Antler make 100 11 French nuke SfO Mend lug moldering Gold SpecialIts frSCc II SltelII 23c f rllepalrinc Jewelry according to nature of repairs New Iillll fitted into hrnoche piiif lrc o 98JS I r auviHO OINIOT PROM E ROSEHBURGER d CO t02204 E 102d St NEW YORK CITY The Largest Clothing Manufacturers In America I ONIAT BARGAIN OPPKMI 50jI with 6surrs7IwoPay Szpreuag flew Suit are oniJi op f All Wot Caiilmtrt trlaodah lutblacb aapiu the bet r1 blp tat UbluI bruited Ssi j to d rear with Silk Enkrld r l Sallr CIUr la to 15 ynIlbI llrCIUr All lbhanIttWlelbudsWtttod pile i St the cloth aid tilri butloet with lick NilI IU17 UUIf IAlIi 0 f uDall tot itt Uhca rderioi 1114 Pot Ofba Cipttwi Mo a j Orders Httltlircd Ut i ah a i it nail blrtbdnjr ud If Urgt or Tall tot him are M uy te rfullr rcfiodtd If oat MtUfactorj Sud ae ttinpt tot lamrilit to p mixirt measuring M tkt He o hj v ROSE DAVIS TJ 1 K BIacRsntit s AND WagoQIltakefSO Have no time to write I an ad this week but I desire to announce that t they are still at the old j stand and ready and willing at all times to do any work in their line for cash or promptt paying customers I illdebtIedI will please be considerate enough to call and settle at once as we need money to r andrus ts payour own debts 1 Greot CLOTHING Sol At louis 811S Strous LEXINGTON KY IO Beautiful Cassiniere Suits at 500 Beautiful Blue Suits G A R style at 5001i Genuine Imported Blue Serge Suits at 100 Best 25c Underwear in theWorld Departmenisandin fit workmanship c we defy the world t Clothingisthe 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 ii a sufficient guarantee LOUIS l GUS STRAUS Lexingtons Leading Clothiers i IYRAININC4 I I FEED STABLESi j v j svvvvri1 jI I have opened m Training and Feed feedandIlealhorratedL1VE1YI J rfl AUol for tho convenience And nccom modiition of guests of the Day 11miFeit1 Hazel Green tend L 1ark Hotel at Torrent I have opened nearby two nretclats llvfrjj Stables whore I will keep buggies tnddlt horses and haek for hire at all tunes Pet Sts wishing a vehicle to meet them 6 MrfiUHey can telephone me and Iiave anj J desired vuhlele or Middle horse promptly I will also have a lull Supply of finch for biro to drummers which win heIs I lhthultiIIIcIn n I WI intciidiHK lo visit1 Day and Swungo Springs will be stet at IIMeatit I y orTonont with team and driver and Iwill have pleasure in shl pint 1nil1 on top for gncbts nt I Park hold J TAYLOR DAYj 1oJLT- e Loaaing Isuraae R gof Easier Ire qiuc gt- Oflict s Uonttyvillo Jackson Hnzol GroollJiW DR MOTH RESTORED nEBTEBDfllJ PILLSThudlewelthogeneIiiing r lust Mahood Impotency Nlttlrtlr misslonlYouthful Errtt to1umNlonforti00 DU3aorzsCUEijccClovemuadOh i 1i I5 C J- t f 1- p II 7S 4 ri rr 11 I Constipation Headache Biliousness Heartburn Indigestion Dizziness Indicate that your flyer Is out of order The best medicine to rouse the liver and curu all these Ills Is found I- nHoods PISIs- I 25 cents t Sold by all medicine dealers r THE MEFlr k FARM JOURNALl GrCat From now to Dec 10O3 I Offer Nearly 5 Years By special arraimijuont made with the publishers of tilt FAILIi JOURNAL wo aro unablod to ofler that paper to lIry subscriber who pays for rIlE I1EILLDonoE year ahead for only i ItOO both papers for tile price of ours only our pa- P t ono year and thet FAHMl JOUR NAZi from now until December 1903 nearly r years The FARM JOURNAL is an old established per enjoying grout popularity ono pall of tho beat and most useful farm papers published This ofinr should bo accepted without delay Mr Jordan Wills of May town vrai visiting id this vicinity last weekbCamel IJyrd and two Miwiea Hyrds arc o stopping with ttoorgo Uyrd o See Dr Carver at tbe Lexington Homo Show Fair and Carnival Auguit 8 to 12 W T Swango hits 100 head of hop 1I he 1U gcttingready for the Mt Sterling market Willie Peiratt U again at hid post of duly after recuperating for two weeks at Lee City Andruw Chapel of 5th I water neigh o borhood died about 8 oclock Monday morning of tlux Mi9 Ma Hose opened school at HJU chapell on Monday July 10 with enrollment l of M scholars Jarred Hughes of Menefeo county visited his brotherin law John B Davisf of this place Saturday and StmndnyII Robt KaMi who ini teaching the Iey 1 ton school in Morgan county has four fifths of the enrolled pcholars in attend ance Your taxes are duo aunt must be paul now So please call and Fettle ami save i trouble as I am compelled to collect 11 FJ IIKHATT D S Born to tIe wiCe of Lognn Nickell Oil Lacy creek on ntirduy last II girl or aR Dr Nickell put it a ctifrmmiehmeL Republican LOOK OUT for tho fist fiignsof I blood HoodHf arisaparilla 1 U your Mifegiwrcl It will purify enrich flint vitalize your BLOOD Mrs John Mi Huso had her right foot penetrated by a rusty nail on Sunday evening lust and has not since been able tgo about the house Rev Jimmio Davis will preach at Ko eI chapel on Lacy creek next Sunday at j 11 oclock and also on the Saturday night before at usual hour Win Koftnvell one of the oldest and best citizens of Rothwell died lust Wednesday week Ho has been an illI valid for about two years The report in circulation hero on Fri day that Frank Phillip had been killed by a saw log rolling over him turns out to have been without foundation in fact Moody Lacy who now belong to Co L Twentysecond infantry isi now in tho hospital at Manila PhilippineI Islands and an effort is being made to secure his dischange Robt J McLin left Tuesday for Torrent UNI wife and family will join him on Thursday and Mrs1 McLin will I stay at that place for a months rest preparatory to housekeeping I Chits Lyons while making ties last week near McCauoey cut his right foot nearly oil with an axe and came near bleeding to death He iis getting along rvery nicely at present u Monroe and Porter Lacy say they situ a snake on Saturday evening last thai Mtretchcd across the county road audit head under a stump some distance The brand of liquor was not stated A TEDIhe White House Laun dry of Winchester ICy wants an nenlt- In everyplace in Eastern Kentucky that sends out Laundry Write for terms to Pixi urrox JACKKON Winchester Ivy Great Cures proved by thousands of testimonials how that Hoods Sai Bapavilln possesses power to purify Vitalize and enrich the blood i Hoods Pill5m1 llio tiiiJy lulls to be taken with Hoods SarfiaparHIa a TilE SERENADE Twn on n balmy night In June 5111nyITo serenade Malvlna I played nnd sang loves sweetest song The best that I could do All through this balmy night of June Till I was wet with dew I felt discouraged when tht dawn dayNouiy view To greet one simple lay With saddened heart I nearer came Toward the front porch floor plainForSAM WILSON The AugtiHt number of Truth Is truly I I lineBlginllingis upAncontinues the Americn Artists Series i another residencothcrtjiri an entertaining story of Nantuck et by Gustav Kobbe Each of these ar ttcles it fully illtistratHI both in color adiitionhereto women and their interests fashions the pocmHlukenI pome colored supplement tho Aujust publishIng theSwangoSharpsburgJackson city attorney of Richmond Miss Jiuiuilo Brunch of Alorelleld Mrs Cole mnn Henton and daughter of Winchest 1811tbuti tinugliterfsinging has touchrd the better nature of many a heart She utanda second to none on the piano forte James Ohalr a former citizen of Wolfe county but for many years prominent and wealthy resident of CJreencastle Ind died at that place on Tuesday July 20 aped 93 years lie was an uncle of J G Irimhlof Mt Sterling nnd old undo lre Trimble of our town partfhorn on tho turin now owned by W T Swangoand just awhile before he left he planted the old orchard in the field op- 29ic whore Crock Cul luon now lives Henry Godcey and wife will leave on Friday or Saturday for Mt Sterling I from which place Mrl Godscy will I leave or Wiirthington City to resume hs du 11111 iill the internal revenue department His wife will go to Danville for a months stay with relatives nnd friends after which she willI join him in Washington Their many friends here regret that they could not stay longer with in 1 lit duty demands MrI Uodfoys attention at Wash ington The bright and accomplished teacher Mrs Dora Swango of Consolation school reports that she hits tS enrolled nchnlarfl This eclipses any previous record of the school And she is one amongst them all Vlio truly knows tilt testtt- Ill bring the scholars to a tense Of u hut j ijj 011111111111 1ett Not one Iin live hundred hits ever scon n combination of attractions half as pent as those of the Lexington Horse Show Fair amid Carnival luring August 8 to V2 Hycry novel exhibition and enter tainment known to mankind willI have pace on the grounds A mecca for pleaiuri seekers lliduccd rates on nil railroads fio sure nnd read our great ofTcr of fill IHrUAiDI fur a var and the Farm Journal for tho mlancc of 1 00 and nil of I1000 IIOlI I1002 aixl I1IO nearly five years all for the juice of onr paper alone J tit walk II P to the cap tains oflico and draw the greatest prize you overdrew Last week our poet and artist painted the now house of Clint ltyrds Oil GrassyI The colors were gray for the body and white for trimming while the porche were done in harmonizing tints making the whole a scene of beauty perhaps unsurpassed by any home tlirougliout the country Among till unints of Mrsl F N Day thi week art Miso Callie Tutt Malverv- I Smith Florence Crawford Kmmn IHaul sty and irs Tommie Tutt and Messrs IHauLsey Oliver Hanks Keynolds S M1 Tutt and others Dont forget that you can have the CnuritlrJourllalor Dispatch and Tilli i HIKAII1 ono year for only 1 100 cash in advance and besides we will end you the Farm Journal until the end of the year 190H The trustees of this school district No I iWIlIlantoIxgin on MondayI next with Misst John son daughter of A F Johnson M assis tant I liavo for sale 60 bushels of bearded sued wheat which lies taken premium at all fairs at IHaxol Green TiUiM1 1 Ilosi Lacy Creek Ky TO CUKU A COID IK OXK DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All ilnngists refund money if it fAil to eliTe 2 c The genuine baa IJn Q on each tablet- 1 1eaoer Institute heroMondayfitructor We go to press two BOOH to publish proceedings but give names of teachers attending etc- ENROLLMENT No fIST NAMB 1 E E IHshop 24 H C Ward 2 M F Horton 25 W C Campbell 3 Malvarv Smith 20 K II Day 4 GW Vaughn 27 Ida Hose t lli nunll1i1II11 S X Hobb j Walter Oliver 7 C It IIi nl 3 i 1 K Jlarker S Jana i Drake ilI I1ioe Welli- i Fred juillin 82 A C Uyrd 10 0 1hI Rose 33 John Byrd 11 Newton Creech 31 S II Mckell W 85 K MI flow 13 Kutnirt 11 nil 35 J U IMmsk herlliSwangoIrt17 41 KOTaulbieI 18 It H Taulbee Willie Kash 10 A C Oliver I112 DC W Tavlor 20 Iou IKTutt 13 Bruce Itose 21 S II Helton 11 Xerlldu Sewell 22 Callle Tutt 45 J MI Ilcynold 23 III O E Jones II 01111 Nil CKItTIKICATKS W IJBrll G C IIolloii C 1niiheyIiiIiahiSwungoOvaI IIIIU EVUIIH WI1 TrrlII A T llrook MyrtleI Johukon Pearl Johnson Illlle Hose J F Cotron IiC Graham Nettie Wheeler Minnie L Day IIOSOltAliV MKM1IKK- HJM Hose WOMIw Noah CUco Joseph Hose J N iMcy Dr Stewart Cwrrie Ito l CniHe Taulbee- J T Oevedon Ela II lame Mrs1 Yoeum- OKFICEKS lull Hose Secretary SecretaryECom on KenolutioiiHE E HUlioi S II IlauUcyTom Mm Nannie Kash S N hobbs James Drake Com on Queries Emma Byrd A C Jones Clay Campbell Editors of PupcrE 1E Bishop E O TaullHeAsst W II Kash A C Jones Who Is She f The brotherinlaw aud son of Mn II W IJens tbe Wolfe county woman who is returning from the Klondike after a most startling experience resides five eXlcctInF Tho above is II Clay City dispatch under lIsle of July 128 and there Is some curiosity to know will Mrs Dons can be No such woman IID known on this side thu county A DIAMOND Volt A DOIIAK- A llinltiil St iIaI Olltr Which Will Int JIII Titn DiiyH Only Genuine Barrios Diamonds have a worldwide reputation ItI is almost im genuhiic PeIlVo mond mounted iin II heavy ring pin or stud to any address upon receipt of price flOO each Earrings screws or drops s 2 per par lUlIfettiiig4 are iiuiiit 01 one continuous piece of thick shelled gold and are warranted not to tarnish Special combination oiler for ten lays only King and stud sent to ilti V address upon receipt of I M IIII ordering ring give finger measurement by using a piece of string also full particulars Address plainly Ill fi RUtnroS DIAMOND CO IIII siI InstI u IlitcumVAY slt NHW YORK CITY DtllIItru S Marshal J MICBJnir and Newt Womack of West Liberty were iin town Tuesday Curt Lacy huts been confined to his bed fur a week or more- S S CONNAUGHT2D3512 rtiU celebrated Biiglloh IHackneyI utalllon Imported to tu Inited States on luneil1 IIis il iinile tin iII of 1i it the Ktublex ollilm1 IIII Iiratlt I1IIIl I iiroin Ky at tin cxtriiiielv lIlIw prfii blood and beauty coiiaiiltnd uf SB TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Or SS To Insure A Mare In Foal money due when the Iud In nieorlnined in either cane A loin on the colt will be re tained for tie Mlioin money suit III Inent tbe limit IK InuhHIollur bred to smother borne tIt money will I lieu be due Kvery cnr wlI taken tto prevent acriilontK but I M ill not In reKpiiiikilde lidiil ll they occur DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE CONNAniirilsiI r12 IU a boantlfnl bay toll 1C band hlyh black iniiiio and tall good styli and nctlon and n fine road star 0 years old this fiprinc He WON Hired by Victor ol fuellr 10a7 dam Ilonule 10J6 by IIHgbtlyerI II00 Victor of Hectic 1 I5S7 by Kelianeefl07irieiiI ilam by oDgrim liB ItullMiiee 07 I by C nndeint 158 dam by HI tlt ni u070- NOTK 1 Iieitlete jo4igrut covers iimny proHien of the thoroughbred and coach borne but IIH too hill to quote Breeder are Invited to cull and see him and exnuinn hit pedigree at tny utablcn henpectfully J II 1IEUATT r r V LoxingIoHorso Skow EairiOafn1vaI rM jitJJji August 8 9 IO II fc I2V 1899 1 r S2S000 GiveQ wag in Purses ana Premiums b Ll111tQEit Letiwes uxcetLa u imjj Diving Elks t Diving Horses 1THEj MIDWAY 5 i GREATEST ON I Features Nations lFor Catalogue Blanks Etc address I W Secy LEXINCTON iCY1I RA1LItOADSIfi llIk 91Y 0 0 I t3 3 I- BIGGLE a J BOOKS A valuePractIcalUptodate somcly Printed and Beautifully Illustrated By BIQQLE No 1BIOQLE HORSE BOOK AU about Hortet CommonSense Treatlte with orcr 74 Illustrations S sUudsnl work Price jo Cent No 2DIQOLE BERRY BOOK All about TOwinsr Small 1rulU read and learn how I contains 4 jcQlotcd lifelike reproductionsolsil leading varieties lad loo other Illustration Price jo Ceata No 3BIOQLE BOOK All about Ioultry the beit Poultry nook In nt acc telli everything wlthij colored lifelike reproductions 0111 the prtclpil breeds wVh iojotbcrtUustrstIoss Price 50 Ctau No 4BiaOLB COW BOOK attI breed with i ji other Illustrations Price 30 Crab No SWINE BOOK Just out All about Hog Ilreedlnr Feeding Dutch cry Uistajes etc Contains over Bo beautiful half and other engravings Price 30 Cent TfaeDIQOLO BOOKS are unltiuearlglnalutefut rounever aw anything like them 10 practical so sensible They are hiving an enorinouiale Halt Weil North and Koulh Hvery one who lteel1 A llotsc Cow Hog or Chicken or grows Small Irults ought to tend right I sway for the UIUULU BOOKS The FARM JOURNAL It your paper made for you and not a tnliflt It laI u years c old U la the gtcat tlOlleddown hILienaIlonthehead- qujtafleryouhavc uldlt IIAnn and household paper In- the world the biggest paper oflU site In the United Slates of America having over a million aud ahalf regular readers Any ONE of the BOOKS and tbe FARM JOURNAL- I VLARS remainder of iBgo toon 1901 1901 aud 1903 will be sent by mall to any addreo for A DOLLAIt UILL Sample of fARM JOURNAL and circular describing UIQQLD BOGUS free WILMKR ATKINSON Address BMUM CHAM P JKtOCIMS JULiIJK- tPMZAJ4flCI 1111 I n II RO E th nS1ena a11 WWt 4- cQiQ e 9 Qk IM SO tJ Live Stock Staves Ties c HAZEL GREEN KY NVITKS the attention of the leiti7lIItj of IHazel Green nnd vicinity to It largo I 11111 Hlcct stock of DRY GOODS UUKSS GOODS fin just received line opened in the brick storeroom by G1 U Swango- fifirAU Goons AH IlKIllKJUSNTHi OK YfMMl M NKY Permanently ctind by using DU V1i ill IIAIIs THE Tbe miriut and till Sample tit fre on mention of this public lion THEI I I l 111 WHITE HAM1 I I I i C Soiib Hend Indiana OrdinanceHe it inlidncil by the Itonnl of TrimliMN of tho town ofi IIliizvl irtMii 1 Ky tliiit IIlit IollDwiiig boutnlry of lunil lie amiixeil to tho town of HaurCireiMi Ky ul the prelIwt uorpornto lliiHIx 01 corner wlitro It IntiTnclH the river JIIM hclow tlii old IHHIIh Jrutiii sleuth nullI tliuncc a trulj lit line crominj tilt river to I ilotiblo water birch near tIne tutu k of till river at tint west corner of j It Hwang garden thence II straight line to a large nujjar trio near the prftiunt renldence of OTI li rdtlienoi iiNtraixlht hue to tilt Ion of till ridjc at the old cornier of W C oldiron nUll Hoe H Day straight hut to the old water mill site at tho river j tinlire a xtraluht line cromdnt lie river to the Sulnlitir Spring In J M Itoncx field on the old Ilint of Mm KlUa TrimliePn Innd i thence with her old line and tho Oililm old line to till State road at the top of the Itocky lull tliuneo croHklng the State road and miming up tine piilnt to the line of H II Iloratt thence with illS lInt to the Ion of Ithe ridge to till prenrnt liounilarv said town Ordered Ithat thin or ilnanoo be In Tilli llAM OnttKS 1IImJ1I for five sue ceitiivu timeN chlIInlWI f Trustees t 0 W M T loNnJJ A cnjiy nttcHt J II FAa Clerk J A WAITtaIEE H P Physician and Surgeonto HAZEL IfirSurgery and obstetrlciui specialty It Guideless Wonders High Bicycle Dive iit ITHE EARTH iIi- sisisNew Frcm all f iij f IE SHANKLIN JACOB POULTRY 6BIQQLB tones BIGGLE JOURNAL an NOTIONS formerly occupied KlITNIIi UHLIMATK best MEGHLMINE JligltinliiK pnblUlied GREENlyKV di4rru GENERAL WRSMITJI I LEXINCTON KYf For circular of his famous sad rtlponilbt COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Mea at World Exposition lti POtlU90futJWBhorthaadTy 1tUu U0T inK mtuekyUnverilty Diploma Ulutrs 1 I warded graduate Literary Ooure tree It desire Novarallun Enter tiow OraJukUifUcctxfnl IN onlrr lu Han vor liUrrt rtaek utUnn omIi OENEIUL WILBUR R SMITH LazUftOBKy Knit Kntlutlv VnitrrMu rtttnirtn ISatJUfl ami hod ntarlit luuu ttuitenti in allesJ4C5 Uit year IUIEBRIM1NEA positive nnd jicnnnnont euro fir nipirrlin HalfHead ache aiid nil otlur curia tffiHuiUaelic or Kt unill u r HEADACHE CURED FREE 1 lby nnipU mulled ulnthii paper IiMiientionrd Tlieww tiroinpllv liuudiiehen arV fjfj willIiI I pjrI 1I1IItlIItDICul 81111 uaaJ druggUU 1 JtJ CENTS AOX The Dr Whitehall MirSOUTH BEND S J ihI 10 J1 lf L S r 5s p T T ir i y rt 5 i J j r 4 PP- f PI Pt t r ts S II IIt III t I t r TK r la l x t THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Publisher HAZEL OREEN t t i t KY AT EVENTIDE The tired brcnzca are tucked to rest In tho cloudbeds far away The waves are pressed to the placid breast Of tho gleaming dreaming bay Bfie shore line swims In a hazy heat Asleep In the sea and sky And tho mullled beat where tho breakers meet Is a soft sweet lullaby The pIneclad hill has a crimson crown Of glittering unct glows The roots of brown In the distant town Are bathed In a blush of rose The radiant ripples RhIno and shift In shimmering shreds of gold The seaweeds lift and drowse and drift And the jellies till and toldIThe great sun pinks and the gray fog heaps His cloak on the silent sea The nightwind creeps whero the ocean sleep And the wavelets wake In glee Across the bay like a silver star There twinkles the harbor light And faint and tar from the outer bar Tho seabirds call Good night Joo Lincoln In L A W Bulletin q1fJSIzii7zJpv THFCARUTHERSf AFFAIRBy 40 m t 0 WILL ip Copyright IMM7 11- V t111J AKRelloggNeop perCo UARBER III 9 l 2 tZ 1I S SYNOPSIS Iitnard IHAiidrl kH great detective Just rtrturncil front tOil tOil llmln awaiting him nn unsigned typewritten letter directing him to apartmcntx In Ialaco hotel hero tlU will find remains of Mr Wllnll Cnrnth rrs currently reported for pant two week to be obit of town Detective HCCIIIM to con sect letter with attempt miulu on hid own life souls tmo previous lIH with friend Dr Laihpldii to InveNtlgnte Upon search of Oarithurw npnrtinenlH rcmnliiH of ere mnttd body anti Jeweled lunul of victim art found In U vase Hand hours markH nf flnjrur iinlln manicured to slurp polntn Lainrilitn iiiculti reports of a row between CuruthcrH and Arthur CJIelow tmtli Million for hald of Dorothy Iluntlngtnn who IN hclrcHU to several millions should sir mar ry Cftruthcn unconditionally In rasa of CnruthtrV tenth Lnto that night lien rirlck rnA Lampkln lull at homo nf Miss HutittnRton Dorothy HliowHdetoollvo type written IcUrr which was an Invltnllon for herself and aunt to occupy with Count Jlnntlnnl Italian noldemnn h15 box at toro six as ho was railed out of town by prcxftliih buMmm She recalls blow Iiad oxpnxMoit before murder IntCime ha tred for jiriitluTM and believes him guilty yet dccldtn to help Idol and with hrr taunt iroiH to his sludbl Clolow IIIXH fled Ills Bcrvnnt heart flls of overbearing eon fesslon to HMitlinl Henri thought his master ItiKi no HendrlckH concenled In room hears alt thill HendrlcUs gore to consult IKola uc l nlllllldlllllllllrI1 In occult rMicuriliN who had helped him III much rntloi datctlvo work nod lueated In an old colofsl maiinloii IIIMOMR time pul Isftdo1 Dr Lrvipkln iNHiimmniiril lhy I Ivn drMt who I lent shot Mullet Is re moved anti deetlv warned not to leave his room 11 Irlckx culls for a crematory employe who onllnns the suiiioxlilon ilmt ashes found vero those of human body Ml w Huntlngton receives letter from ili1 low In hin own handwriting postnmrked at Chrirlcatiiit 8 C telling of his crime and ttiflht Noted graphologlxt examines handwrlllnn of tills letter nnd HIIVN It Is Runulno During a call on Hergt Deiiham dutocttvo of ditto department IHondrlekxI comes Into ptstesslou of ruff with words written In Lldod over iJlelows name to rffrct that lu was Innocent starving and conllnolI CiDMtg to Milows Mtuillo lien ri1 llvniUIPH furt as Ills mnnter Henri tells of ulrnfffc Intluvneo Ilantinnl had ever llclow llciulrlclin comes ro condo Ion Itantltu was thnI murdtiir and through hypnotism made Clelotv confess both In persori to Henril and by tellers to 3thurv CKAPTKU XIV At half uftcr fercii oVoolr that even lag Dr lampllii wio iiltlnp for lien tricks lit the litters olllco Promptly tt tho tina at by time detective he Inn icd Into the ruutu out of breath At a fiance it vtis plilft to liunpkiii that lc bud met with uu MICCCSS Its no Rood Ktid llendrlcUs tutu JIi p I cant gc1 the slightest hurl n to his whereabouts They say he linn left the city and there It ends What are you guliitf to do next Questioned LniiipVn This case IS frot ting the life out f me 1 never felt s much concern user anything in my dfcllondrlcks brows rent tugvtlier mid rfltliont making n reply he vcnt tutu Uiu adjoining room and Lampkin heard oltii ring the telephone Ijetc was a flaw then he beard the white of the detective calmly hcklngI for tho con ait 1 temiselyts lVUise of n nXiineut Then llcndrieks t Ice f lint yQu ought not to sit tip there like that I1 want to my that Dr Lamp kin and I are going out into he coon try Iud Unit you Recd not expect to hcnr trohi me agulD tonight Another pause teen the voice of the detective broke the silence Yen really I can tell you nothing lonlglit 1 am Ferry to stay that so far I have been unsuccessful but while there is life you know there is hope Then there wits silence for a moment ared HcmlricUs rang off t When he en terett the room he wfls whto In tho face ssad his lot hnJldsttlie hands which lied tight Wed about the throats and wrist tf n iuwlrcd crUnlnalu were trem Mfg Old man ke laid 1 heard bei fall to the floor Just now I beard her auut scream nnd run to her Hcndrlcks sat down and leaned on his desk There was something In his eyes that Lamp kin had never seen la the eyes of and human being Doctor llcndricks added if I do run across that dirty scamp II am afraid I never can wait for justice to take its course I nil satisfied that he Is not only Glelowsabductoj but that the is the man who has tried twice to dome up in such a cowardly fashion Then HcndrickB nhook himself as if ashamed of hie outburst and leaned backl In time light of the greenshaded lamp I heard you telephone Mis Hunt ington that you nnd I were going out into the countrysaiti Lampkin Was taut only a pretext tNo 1 am going out to have a talk with Kola and as you said youd like to sec his big rambling den I want to take you along for company Nothing could please me more- I have ordered a carriage td meet us at the One Unndicd final Twentyfifth street elevated station Come on Im readyAs the carriage after hosing passed through a rather dense wood lor about half a mile drew up at the old brickl mansion with its three naila half stories and massive tinted columns reaching from the ground to the rather Hat roof Lampkin remarked Kather nn isolated place No hail plate for the gang of robbers of which you spoke It just suits Kola as 1 said once be fort tanswered 1 Ilcndricks My the time his hoodwinked customers get here they are prepared for anything Im aginativeTolling I the driver to wait for them at tho door they alighted There was but ono light in sight and that was n lilt mal red ono which could be seen through the oldfat hioncd side lights of tits big door on the stone veranda there was no bell on the door hat sim pIn pialnt 0111 knocker I wish observed llcndricks that It wore tiny instead of night Yon can form no Idea of the picturesque rugged ness of the scenery You sotwooamo by tho old iroad through the woods hat just behind till house there is a now drive At this point it has boon emit through solidI stone anti there Is n IIITI within 100 fort of us over n hundred foot in height In blasting th stone away it was thought that the old man sion became unsrfo especially ns It Is bollovod thin there mire caverns under the hill nllillIIclI clatter had scarcely died out wluu the tones of a boll us soft and mellow us cathedral chimes In the distance came front tthe house Kola knows my rap and the hell i u is signal to his attendant to admit me tnldI llcndrickK If I make no mistake you are going to In1 repaidI for your ride out hero In psychic toutfoolery and invstiiisni you Ire a schoolboy until pared to Kuln lie imbibed it at the dusky breastnf n eastern mother nut his very lifo in steeped In it The duct was opened by an Indian in the costume of his country Ho placed his linger on his lip to indicate that thoy were to remain silent anti then gust a salaam that brought his turban almost into contact with tho floor I want to see your master Whig pered llondriiks handing him his card Again the man bowed silently closed the great door nnd left them In tho spncioiw hall With many and profuse dra pcrlos Kola had hung the walls mad coiling so tint the fleet was distinctly oriental The ornaments scrolls paint lags and etntnos were all eastern hot what struck Lampkin niOKt forcibly perhaps because it was so 111 suited to its environmentJ was a dragon of tarred walnut which stood at the foot of time wide curving stairway That belongs to time house ex plained Hendrioks in a whisper It Iis a genuine cnriotity The carving is ex cellent Ono would think it olnpTmcso1 origin but if you will notice It Ior the same materialI as the hahlst i11ltIlIIcl OIlIl1tttryJust then the attomkint glided front between two heavy 1I111llIlurtlllll111l1 with another Milaam Invited them to pass before him Doing so they found themselves Iin Kolas blgreccptionroomI Here their vision was given a rare treat The lessee of the old ruin had removed time two floors above the one on which they stood giving a becoming altitude gracefullydrapeddifferent blending cloths The celling was disguised by a flinty mass of white material as gauzy as cobwebs behind which shone veil anti yellow lights like signal tires in a mist Lampkin almost uttered an exclmi inn thou of delight but the impressive man ner of the attendant and llondrickb unwonted silence checked the impulse The servant gave them seats with their backs to the door through which they had entered and then he stood still in the center of the room his head bowed his turban held nrout of him After a moment the mellow touctl bell which they had heard before and which was suspended Muncwhore among the lights overhead struck three times slowly Then a white light blazed up and I oTa was seen ii a hitherto dark alcove Hs wore his gray gown and clotcfittlng cowl and was seen to bo pacing back and forth Without seem tag conscious of their presence so near him he picked up ou unlighted electric bulb and turned the button Then holding the tight in his right hand he approached a black tripod over which lay u red cloth He lifted tho cloth and a big polished crystal sphere was ex posed to view It was about ten inches in diameter and as clear ns a diamond Reflecting the dull sensuous lights overhead nail the bright rays of the electric bulb it was certainly a marvelous sight Still Kola seemed unconscious of their proximity From the walls near him the smoke of incense began to rise a rosy light pervaded the room and sortI seductive music was heard somewhere above Kola held the electric bulb over the crystal and began to gaze into ItsI depths uttering in singsong tones I words of n strange tongue Lampkin heard the detective take a deep impatient breath and then his voice jarred harshly through the room Oh 1 say Kola lie remonstrated I came out here the other day toad had to sit and watch you go through this sort of thing till 1 was obliged to leave For the sake of Kola tturned furiously his features working wildly Holding up his hand he said You must be patient Mr Hemlrieks Yon are as ignorant as an linfant of theI importance of what I am doing You laugh at whist you dont understand lint you dont know all that there is to be 1 known Itlght this minute 1 am rending for you and seeing what your untutored eyes will never sec I know yum were coining I saw it here touching time crystal I know what you dont know about time case you are working on Iif your eye were only I trained rot could see it now in the cry s talf Pardon mchai1 llcndricks I that is what 1Iolllclo se you about 1 am about to the end of my resources mid something must bo dune Wait Kola turned to the crystal The musk changed to a weird air liken Chinese funeralI chant After a pause of several minutes he looked up The other night 1 was reading the crystal 1 saw a big hotel A man was I KOLA TURNED FURIOUSLY murdered his hotly was shipped olV somewhere in a trunk its musht S were returned by express and placed iii nn urn together with a severed hand The young man who had murdered his rind wont to his rooutwhis studio there he remained a week and then he lied south1 yes it wns souih I wont into a trance and my astral bodyuly himIhonrclI and saw him hurl himself into tit d1I1Ii exclaimed lion drlokn You lime been reading tit newspapers Twin The face of the Indian darkened it was terrible to behold Turning o IT the electric light and coveting all the cryt tal as if to protect it front the profane Iran of an unbeliever ho strode from the alcove and stood before llcndricks When next ho spoke his voice wiles I IhrIIlII1III I fOIII really dill think you would have mure i for mo than to make such ab I faceII together in the rolelor Ihis gown As to the crystal he began it is of inestimable value It was cut frau the most perfectlyI translucent rack crystal on earth and it tool a turnsI lifetime to polish it I inherited it It Is reverenced by the ancient SocietyI of Kosleriitians and the Society of the 11 lurdnuti Yon whose mltlllliIs schooled to know only the signification of fallen straws land chips of material events can know nothing of what Iis revealed ton lifelong indent of the occult 1 was not ridiculing the power of your glass gi0bepaid HtMidrickjs blendingasticornnda smile hut when I yotrbodyandwc ITl yet know that is a little too much Kolas race darkened again For a moment he bout over the hack of one of the oarvod IIM t tghtIiprYou3 and I want your Od ophtlon Now I am willing for you to put me to any sort of test you or Dr Lampkiu may suggest to prove the truth of my claimsOh I havent time just now for that hcrt of thing answered Hendricks I came out here to hoe a talk with you about I know that very well broke in tht adept but it dots not suit me to dis cuss anything with you till you acknowledge that I can do everything I claim After you are convinced and you will be my dear sir then you will value the information 1 gave you just now and it may mean much to you It will not tike live minutes for the test I propose Well what is it asked Hendricks who had noted Dr Lampkins look of Intense interest In Kolas remarks ItII tilllnlll lola Impressively I will give you the opportunity to name tiny article at any distance from us that you wish Thou 1 will recline on that couch there and after five min utes bins passed 1 will jillow Dr Lamp kin to examine my body to see if it is not absolutely at the very lowest pos Bible stage of vitality As a signal to show when the spirit has left my body I will cause the bell overhead to strike once Then within live minutes from that time I will bring to you here whatever article you have decidedon You can do that exclaimed Lamp liij impulsively Try me answered the Indian Think of anything Mr Hendrioks my important paper in your olllee or bookor article in your house lola was bending towards Hendricks and gaing fixedly into his eyes Lamp kin who was a member of the Psychical Kesonroh society of London was taken almost out of himself by the Indian = carncsttuss anti his novel proposition llcndricks IlIugheell Bring me my liible he said lightly It I Ia beautiful book bound In gold and pearls which was presented tom by a good old bishop for whom 1 once lid a favor The Idea of your having a Bible jested Kola his eyes falling to time floor Now quick think of something any thing in your office 0111 Lnnipkins- Hendricks glanced at the doctor with a smile which seemed to say I hove him there watch mo make Linn squirm out of his own proposition TIll llible or nothing he said to Kola UJot into your trance coati bring me my Bible from homo 1 want to road a chapter on my way bade You cant mistake it It is bound in Russian leather mud has gold und pearl trim mings For a moment Kola stood ns if UP decidcdI then he went to the lounge and threw himself on it You will have to tell mo where It is ho said I confess that I know little more when out of my hotly about tnn terial things than I GCt now 1ooplc like that fleeing artist sometimes draw mo to them magnetically but iny in animate thing is diirercnt Where is the bunk tHendricks laughed 1It is on the center table in the li brary directly under the chandelier you cant miss it Thmitalcl the Indian Now Dr Lampkin when you hear the bell strike make an examitrhion of my hotly Then when the bell strikes five minutes later sit quiet titdand Mr 1 lend ricks shall have his ptnof If you do what you propose said Ilondrieks still Tauntingly you will iiske a convert of nil but iiiirvJ Kola I dont want any explanations about un favorable conditions preventing thIS performance 01 anything of thtt ktid It wont go down Kola made no answer The music overhead had ceased The clouds of in tense had risen and hovered about tbe rod and yellow lights above The In fans breast heaved ns he took n deep lraduallyhelike a corpse His features mad limbs wore rigid Hetnrloks up to this mo ment had been smiling at the absurdity of Kolas proposal but the earnest neta depicted on Dr Lampkins fat llnallr influenced him and lie grew strangely quietIn about live minutes the hell overhead struck There was a fragmentary wave of soft music and it died away ta the distance TO IIB rONTINUBDJ Supply iintl Uoinnnil Publisher loodmorning Jirr lJ3 Writer Had to see you looking to well Your husband is busy ns usual I presume Authors wife Ytv he Is writing mtms other work but I dont know the title lie says Jt is u collection of hints to help fools endure each other Publisher Ah When it is done I should much like the privilege of ex amining it There Is a great demand just now for society hooksN Y Weekly On the Hinoil ntcrOajlack llardup to hinuclf Luelqr girl I cant even negotiate a touch Town Topics Limitation of Tlionctit Look out Maude He is said to ha- n mind reader Ob I shall be very careful to thlak only In FrenciDetrpjt Jtrtaal U Do Not Grasp nt the Shadow and Lose the Substance I i tfltiforme J Lookout for the blood the fountain of keepthatpurebyand robust health will be the result Be sure to get only Hoods bec- auseJ8ctJaia4ii How to teach Two Kit maun lteKOrts An Outing Hint from Outing Fast safe superbly equipped and most carefully governed one need not wonder at the great popularity of the New York a Central No other line utfordw such facili ties for through tnivcl between the Kat t and the West an this wonderful fourtrack sys tern In the powosiiion of the Grand Central Station located in the heart of New York City and within trilling distances of all i lirelcluc hotels this raiway oilers greater advantage thou competing lutes Spring 1 itiolldemo the playground of the State now beckons its thousands 1s antunin fails Americas scenic masterpiece farfamed Niagara will claim its annual host of pil grins with its majestic poyer the fierce turmoil of the Whirlpool and all the pie turesque tiiirroundings the awcxime Cave of the Winds and several other minor attrac tion of the vicinity And when winter comes then the entire scene transformed to what seems a fairyland of marvelous frost dressings of icy forts and snowy palaces of gleaming crystal prison barriers vainly striving to bold the roaring foaming plunge of water will a spectacle of weird llUIJlicatluinAKnltiNt Sinner This slang is very annoying said the solemn gentleman Von remember that time my house wits entered by a burglar Well I yelled rubbers with all my might I yellingrubbeeattelltiouIlISulphur llfk 5prtngw bear Clillllrotlio O heat hued on tIll II t I Uy This resort is well anil favorably known ouaccotiut of the wonderful incdiciiinl properties of the spring water and theremitrkiible cures that have Legs eUeoted Iho hotel is very pleasantly sit tintedl being greatly Improved this 10111 fill niul you mire assured tits sumo conveiiicncis and will get as much benefit from tho use of these springs us you would at the more distant mild exjieusivo health resorts Any e II X Agent will give you rules true of trains etc I n fo roil or theficklltatgerno dont mean to tell me you are the barker for the show Indianapolis Journal t hi I wouldnt marry you if you were tic la t wan on earth lie Iton wouldnt get a haws Id surely hays my pick then Philadelphia Hulletin Miss Lockhearts LETTER TO MRS PINKHAM LETTER TO MRS HSKHAM so CJKI I cannot express my gratitude to you for time good that Lydin K Pink barns Vegetable Compound has done for me I have taken fire bottles of the Compound nnd two boxes of Liver Pills mind foci better in every respect I had suffered for years with dropsy the veins in my limbs burst caused front the pressure of the water I bind the worst kind of lkidney trouble faint ing spoils and I could not stand long at a time I also had female weakness and the doctor said there was a tumor in my left skit The pains I had to stimuli wore something dreadful A friend handed mo a little book ofyours so I got your medicine and it hits saved my life I felt bettor front the first bottle The bloating maul the vuniore have all gone and I do not suffer fillY pain I am still using time Vegetable Compound and hope others may find relief as 1 have done frown its use Ills N1 LOCKIIKAIIT Box 1C ELIZA IIETII PA- Only the women who have suffered with female troubles can fully appreciate till gratitude of those who have been restored to health Mrs Pinkham responds quickly anil withoutchargo to all letters from sulf r ing women lieu address is Lynn Mass EDUCATIONAL TilE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME NOTRE IMAIE INDIANA torlournl1l1crrLawClvll1 Architecture CommerelalCourses Ii raterRoomateCounse5charRtSt1899CataloguejRUV A MORRISSEYC SC President NEW HAMPSHIRE fi ACADEMYPrcparefurCovernwcatAeale Puli F itYAtriAI a It a n ty 1G9 n I I i2mI HOME VERSUS HOTEL Dr Talmage Spiaks of the Blessings of the Formar Potty Out niandvnntnROB of a lIe Spent In Hotel and llnnrdlnicH- UUICH Wholcmuiie Iiitlu- cncea lit Home Copyright 1S99 by Louts Klopsch Home life versus hotel life is the theme of Dr Tnlnwges sermon for to 4i11y the disadvantages of a life spent at more or less temporary stopping places being sharply contrasted with the blessings that are found in the real hone however humble The text is Luke 1034 35 And brought him to nn inn and took care of him And on the morrow when he departed he tool out two pence and gave them to the host and said unto him Take care of him and whatsoever thou spend est wore when 1 come again 1 will repay thee This is the good Samara In paying 4he hotel bill of a man who had been robbed and almost killed by bandits The good Samaritan had found the un fortunate on a lonely rocky roadwhere o this very day depredations are some times committed upon travelers and had put the injured man into the sad die while this merciful and welltodo man had walked till they got to the hotel and the wounded mat was put to bed and cared for It must have been a very superior hotel in its accom modations for though in the country the landlord was paid at the rate of what in our country would be four or five dollars a day a penny being then a days wages anti the two pennies paid in this case about two days wages Moreover it was one of those kind hearted landlords who are wrapped up in the happiness of their guests be cause the good Samaritan leaves the poor wounded fellow to his entire Carl promising that when ho carte that way again he would pay all the bills uutil the invalid got well Hotels anti boarding houses are neces pities In very ancient times they were unknown because the world hud com paratively few inhabitants and those were not much given to travel and pri sate hospitality toot all tin wants of eojoiirners as when Abraham rushed out at Mature to invite the three tacit to sit down to a dinner of veal as when the peal were positivelyI commanded to be given to hospitality as in many of the places in till east these undent customs are practiced today lint we have now hotels presided over by good landlords and hoarding houses presid ed over by excellent host or hostess in nil neighborhoods villages and cities and it is our congratulation tint those of our land Auvpass all other lands They rightly become the permanent residence of many people such as those who are without families such as those whose business keeps them migratory such as those who ought not for va rious reasons of health or peculiarity of circumstances to take upon them selves the eared of housekeeping Many a mun fulling sick in one of these boarding houses or hotels hits been kindly watched and nursed und by the memory of her own sufferings and losses the lady at the head of such a house has done all that a mother could do for a sick child and the slumberless eye of Hod sees and appreciates her auri flees in behalf of the stranger But one of the great evils of this day Iit found in the feet that a large popula tion of our towns und cities are giving alt and have given up their homes and taken apartments that they may have more freedom trout domestic duties and more time for social life and because they like the whirl of publicity better than the quiet and privacy of a real dence they can call their own The law boardinghousesin transitu but as n terminus they are in utility eases emnJalbm t Ion utter land complete That is the point at which families innumerable have begun to dis integrate There never has been a time when so many families healthy and aiuiiuiantly able to support and direct twines of their own have struck tent and taken permanent abode in these public establishments It is an evil wide as Christtendom anti by voice and through the newspaper press I ut ter warning anti burning protest anti ask Almighty God to bless the word whether in the hearing or rending In these public raravansaries the de swayAllof general inspection how they look when they come down in the morning aud when they get in at night and what thetdo for a living and who they rev ceive as guests in their rooms and what they wear and what they do not wear and how they eat and what they eat and how much they eat and how little they eat If a man proposes in such a place to be Iisolated and reticent and alone they will begin to guess about him Who is hcl Where did he come stayiinaI he pal Perhaps he has committed some crime ad does not went to be known There must be something speakThgoer lye business They must find out abjut him They must find out about him right away If he leaves his door un locked by accident he will fluid that hia rooms have been inspected his trunk differentlyfrom qUestion the subject has become a monomania The simple fact is that he is nobody in particular but minds hula own business The best landlords and landladies plneesfromwhisperers and reputations are torn to tatters and evil suspicious lave aroused and scandals started and the parlia ment of the family is blown to atoms by eaugltInof gunpowdery reputation The rea son Iti that while in private homes fam Illes have so much to keep them busy in these promiscuous snit multitudinous I residences there arc so many who have nothing to do and that always makes mischief They gather in each others rooms and spend hours in eon sultation about others If they had to walk a half mile before they got to the willing ear of some listener to detrac than they would he out of breath before reaching there and not feel in full glow of animosity or slander or tight be cause of the distance not go at till Out rooms 20 21 22 21 24 and 25 are on tilt same corridor and when one carrion crow goes Caw Caw all the other crows hear it and Hock together over the sane carcass Oh 1 have heard something rich Sit down Lund let me tell you all about it And the first guf faw increases the gathering arid it has to be told all over again and as they separate each carries U spark from the altar of Gab to some other circle until from the coal heaver in the cellar to the maid in the top room of the garret all are aware of the defamation and that evening all who Ileave the house will beat it to other houses until autumnal fires sweeping across Illinois prairies are less raging and swift than that flame of consuming reputation blazing across the village or city Those of us who were brought up in the countryt know that the old fasli ioned hutting of eggs in the haymow required four or five weeks of brooding but there are new modes of hatching by machinery which takes less time niid do the work by wholesale So while the private home may brood into life an nccasjiomil falsitystd take u long time to do it mintyof the boarding houses nail funnily hotels utYord a swifter std store multitudinous style of moral incubation and one old gossip will get oil the nest after one hours brooding clucking u flock of i110 lies titter lice each one picking up its little worm of juicy regalement It is no ad vantage to hear too much about your neighbors for your tine Will be M much occupied in taking care of their faults that you will have no time to look after your own And while you arc pulling the chickwecd out of their garden yours will get all overgrown with horse sorrel and mullcn stalks One of the worst damages that come from the herding of so many people into hoarding houses and familyhotels is inflicted upon children It is only another way of bringing them up on the commons While you have your own private house you ran for the most part controll their companionship and their whereabouts but by 12 years of age III these public resorts they will have picked up all the bad things that can he furnished by the prurient minds of doens of people theywill overhear blasphemies and see quarrels and get precocious in sin and what the bar tender does not tell them the porter or hostler or bell boy will Besides that the children will go out into this world without the restraining anchoring steadying and all controlling memory of a home From that none of us who have been blessed of such memory have escaped It grips a man for 80 years if he lives so long It pulls him back from doors into which lit otherwise would enter It smites him with contrition in the very midst of his dissipations- If it be possible oh fathert and mother let your sons and daughters go out into the world under the sent iomnipotent memory of a good pure home About your two or throe rooms in a boarding house or a family hotel you can cast no such glorious sanctity llleywlI think of these public car avansaries ns an early stopping place malodorous with old victuals coffees perpetually steaming anti meats in everlasting stew or broil the air sur charged with carbonic acid and corridors along which drunken boarders conic staggering at one oclock in the morning rapping at the door till the affrighted wife lets them in Do not be guilty of the sacrilege or blasphemy of culling such a place a home A hone Is four walls inclosing one family with identity of interest and n pri acy from outside inspection so com plrfle that it 1 is a world in itself no one entering except by permission bolted and barred and chained against all out side Inquisitlveness The phrase so often timed in law books and legal circles is mightily suggestiveevery mans house is his castle As much as though it had drawbridge portcullis redoubt bastion and armed turret ten the of ficer of the law may not enter to serve a writ except the door be voluntarily opened unto him Burglary or thfl mr Hlon of it is a crime so offeaiive that tin law clashes its iron jaws oa anyone who attempts it Unless it bo necessary to stay for longer or shorter time in fain fly hotel or boarding house and there are thousands of Instances in which it Is necessary ns I showed you at the beginning unless this exceptional ease let neither wife nor husband consent to such permanent residence The probability is that the wife will have to divide her husbands time with public smoking or readingroom or with some coquettish spider in search of un wary flies and if you do not entirely lose your husband it will be because he Is divinely protected from the disasters that whelmed thousands of husbands with as good intentions as yours Neither should the husband without imperative reason consent to such n life unless ho is sure his wife can with stand the temptation of social dissipation which sweeps across such places with the force of the Atlantic ocean when driven by a September equinox Many wives give up their homes for these public residences so that they may give their entire time to operas theatres balls receptions and levees and they are in a perpetual whirl like a whiptop spinning round and round and roundI very prettily until It lusts Its equipoise and shoots off into a tan gent lint the difference isIii one ease it Iis n top and in the other a soul Besides this there is an assiduous ac cumulation of little things around the private home which in the aggregate make a great attraction while the den izen of one of these public residence is apt to say What is the use I have no place to keep them if I should take them Mementos bricabrac cu riosities quaint chair or cozy lounge upholsteries pictures and u thousand things that accrete in a home are dill carded or neglected because there Is no homestead in which to arrange them And yet they are the ease in which the pearl of domestic happiness is set You taut never become as nttnihcd to the appointments of a boarding house or family Intel as to those things that you eau call your own and ore associated with tin rillTercnt members of your household or with scenes of thrlMing import in your domestic history Itlesscd is that home in which for a whole lifetime they have been gather lag until every figure in tthe carpet and every pane of the door and every cast ment of tit window hats a chirograph of its own speaking out something about father or mot her or son or daugh ter or friend that was with us awhile What a sacred Platt it becomes when one lan say In that room such a one was born in that bed such a one died in that chair 3 cat on thcnlght I heard such a one hind received a great publii honor by that stool my child knelt for her lost evening prayer lucre 1 Slit to greet my son as he came link from sea voyage that was fathers cane that was mothers rocking chair The public residence of hotel trial boarding house abolishes the grace of hospitality Your guest does not want to come to such a table No one watts to run such a gantct of acute and tier ciless hypercriticis 31 Inlcss you have a home of your own you will not be able to exercise the best rewarded of nil the graces Fur exercise of this grace what blessing conic to till Shunlllllmite In the restoration of her son to life because she entertained Klisliu and to the willow of Xarcphath in the perpetual oill well of the miraculous crust because site fed n hungry prophet and to Ha lath in the preservation her lift at the demolition of Jericho because of hub entertainment of Jacob and to Lot in his rescue from the destroyed city be cause of his entertainment of the angels and to Mary and Martha and Xaccheus in spiritual blessing because they entertained Christ and to 1iibllus in the Island of Mclita in the healing of his hither because of the entertain ment of Paul drenched front the ship wreck and of innumerable IIOUNU throughout Christendom upon width have come blessings from generation to generation because their doors swung easily open in the enlarging en nobling irradiating mid divine grace of hospitality A do not know what your experience has been hilt j hnvt haul nice and women visiting at mj house who left a benediction nn every roomn tin blessing thfly asked at thf table III the prayer they offered at the family altar III the good advice they gave the children In the gospcllation that looked out from every Hncaine t of their countenaices and their depar lure was the sword of bereavement The queen of Norway Sweden and Den mark lend a royal cup of ten curvis or lips each one having on it the name of the distinguished person who had drunk from it And that cup which wi offer to others in Christian hospitality though it he of the plainest earthen ware is a royal cup and God can rend on nil sides the names of those win have taken from it refreshment bu all this is impossible unless you have a home of your own It is the delusion an to what IK ncces spry for a home that hinders so man from establishing one Thirty mount lire not nectut rt nor 20 nor 15 not ten nor five nor three In the right way plant n table and conch and knife and fork and a cup and a chair nut you can raise a young paradise Jur start n homo on however amall a scab and U will grow THE BIG THREE 81gau of a CuBcplrncr In the Waa Manniieuirnt fur Political VroMt There is no doubt that the adminis tration meaning by that the president the secretary of war anti the sec retary of the nuvy entered on the management of the war with Spain de termined that no army nor naval hero should be developed who might be come u popular favoiite and receive u presidential nomination in 1DOO The conspiracy was directed against the soldiers anti sailors of both political parties with n view that no commander by sea or land gaining victories and acquiring the popularity with which Americans crown their heroes should become u candidate for president in opposition to McKinley next year This line of policy has prevailed throughout in those departments of the adminis tration by which the movements of the war were directed At the commencement of the war Mc Kinley and the gang of politicians by whom his Interests are served feared GeneralI Miles more than they feared anybody else the Spaniards included As the commanding officer of thu army if he wits permitted to conduct till cam paigns in the Held he would be given the credit of all the victories gained by our troops The American people inevitably reward their successful generals with presidential nominations Wash ington Jackson Taylor and kraut were elected to tile presidency bemuse they were military heroes Scott and Me Ulelhin were nominated for president on their war records Even llnycs who was uninitiated for president but not elected though he held the other having been counted In wlls supported on the Pass lines of his history us one of the mob of brigadier generals whose names were on tic pity rolls during the civil Will Garfield and McKinley lire stained to have won military renown Americans are a martial people and venerate their Wilt heroes The presi dent and his secretaries appreciated this fact when the war opened and GeneralI Miles with a good military record wits the officer of highest rank in the arty That is the reason why no importantI command except that of till Iorto HIt u expedition Wilt given to Generali Miles It is the reason wily his services in Porto Hico were cut short and belittled while the campaign on tint island withoutI serious bloodshed wits tit most successful and fruitful of the Will It is the reason why he was assailed with contumely and Insult when he denounced I tit salts of embalmed beef for the rations of our troops Ills destruction as a soldier insured the ab sence of nt least one probable com pet Itar with McKinley for tit repub liens presidential nomination in ll 00 Democratic soldiers were suppressed in the sane way It was feared the prominence of some democrat in a suit cessful campaign would develop dan gerous opponent for McKinley at the presidential election They appear to have feared General Fithiigh Lee the most lie was the best man on earth to have been placed in military and civil command I in Cuba Hutt there was the possibility of a democratic presidentI III the sound ofhis name He was kept in obscure commands was hidden un der the higher rank of men in every way his inferiors and left to rust out for fear hula labors in a prominent position would clothe him with an Irrcsist able popularity before the people Other Instances might be cited Tin war on Admiral Schley was Inspired by apprehensions thatas the victorious commander in the greatest sea light since metalI vessels were employed I in warfare the people would insist on electing him to the presidency Dewey would hove been turned down in the same way had It been possible The history of the Spanish war is a historyof lowdown politics on the part of the administration without a parallel in the pastt of this or any other country Chicago Chronicle A Urn Illnir We are going to fight the trusts has been shouted a time or two The Ohio republicans put it in their plat form although Hanna explained that they did it under a wave of excite ment unrcfleetively rind Impulsively as it were Since then these republican trust fighters have heard from the sources from which they obtain their sinews of war and been warned to go slow The trusts have passed the word to Hanna Hanna has communi cated It to McKinley and McKInlcy in turn has let it be known to the Wash ington correspondents of his newspaper mouthpieces The trusts are to be fought but In a Pickwickian sense They are not to be strangled by the rev publican party The worthy ones such for instance UK the Standard Oil of which Hanna lately expressed high praise and n few hundred inoraor less are to be let alone because it will be found by looking through the spec tacles of the republican lenders that these are reasonable combinations of capital to enable American Industries to compete with industries abroad SG Louis Republic M =The republican organs ore still hanging like grim depth to the old lie about trusts in free trade England It is their only hope to save their system of bounties to the special interests Slows City Tribune 1 TRUTH COMING TO LIGHT McKlMleya Pblllpftlae Pallor Is 1H ootuluir a Stench la the Koa tell of the Peepte Gradually the public are being permitted to know something of the truth regarding the situation In the Philip pines The president is back at Wash ington and there bu no longer an excuse for keeping the people In the dark as to the intentions of the administration concerning reenforcements for lien OtisIt is now given out that the 30000 men which Gen Otis has repeatedly been represented as declaring to be sufficient for the pacification of tho Philippines means an effective force of 30000 after nli deductions for sick ness mud casualties have been made Gen Otis n few days ago plnced tho percentage of sickness and disability at 12 per cent but the administration allowance is now 15 per cent and it Iis admitted that this percentage will bo Increased as the rainy season pro gresses and that there Is small chance for recuperation in typhoid causes as long ns the patient remains in the Phil lippincs The work of recruiting and sending forward rcenforcenientH is to be vigorously pushed although it Is explained there will be no pressing need for a large recnforccmcnt until the close of the rainy sermon mikes active cam paigning lignin practicable This ex planation dots not tally with previous administration statements that cum paigning is to be carried on activelyI nil through the ratify season the American soldiers being as well able to fight under Its conditions as are the Filipinos Why not tithe the public Into confi deuce and tell the exact truth concern ing the situation around Manila If there is nothing unpleasant to reveal why the rigid censorship of all dispatches from there IIf It is necessary to send out a large army to maintain the sovereignty of the united States let the lpeople of the lTnitcd States know It that tit army may be raised unit sent without delay It is nearly five months now since Gen Otis dispersed the Filipino army and ninny weeks since the negotiations for its surren der and yet tthe Will Is going on anil the greater part of the territory cap ttured by tit generals forces has been abandoned to the Insurgents fur lack of troops to retain possession There IH n mystery about all tthis which the people cannot understand If it IH necessary to have a much larger force to effect the object which till gov ernment has undertaken the sooner the fact IH admitted and the incrcaseil force dispatched I tit bettert The os trich policyof concealment In n poor one Cleveland Plain Dealer POINTED PARAGRAPHS So weary IK Alger of denying false resignation rumors that latterly ho simply points to the nail keg and lets It gu lit that Albany Argus About all tthat eon be said of the treasury showing at the end of the tiscnl year Is that It is not quite HO bad as it might hive beeuCincinnatiI Enquirer If1 the president expects tie peo pIe to have confidence in his ndmlnis trillion he ought to have enough con fidence in the people to let them know the truth Kansas Itylutes The rcnomlniitlon of Mr Hobart for vice president depends on how well the managers have the ease of Mr Mc KInlcy In haul If the rtOmlllu lon 01 the president comet easy itwillI him easy to curry Mr Hobart along hilt if some of the states have to ho concili ated look out for hroublCincinnntlv lKnquirer The republican organization is now the most perfect political machini t ever constructed In this country forth finial purposes It III hairtriggered std splendidly equipped So well con structed so closelyI knit Is it that it even does not now require the trained IIl1dIexpert hand of n conscienceless aunt powerful Hanna to run it it can run Itself In fact at thus very moment It is in active operation even though its mighty headl is 1000 miles away in Ju rope Washington Times The people lire growing woeful Ily weary of the presidents uncurtain Philippine policy or certain lack of por Icy in this matter and u war none too popular is becoming Iless and hess pop ular ns it drags along The unpopular Ivy of the Will in the Philippines as at present conducted IH time prcsidcntti own unpopularity and It behooves him to bring about a climax in that conflict that shall be creditable to the country or hut administration will snout be fllllureMluncnpollI Ieiying on the tariff duty for pro tection tine tin plate trust has miitlo exclusive contracts with the nmnufnc turcrsof black plates used for tinning in order to break down all opposition from independent competitors who do not manufacture black platen for them buslI tuition to deal as it may choose with Ita workmen Though tho prices of tin plate have been nearly doubled whoa the workers ask for increased paytb doors of the factories are shut in their I tlFvaI t hLL r i I Kt 4- i h i II t YNi Nir 1f1 i f1rr R II t l t i f a l I 1 1 I rI i ri f i s 5s 5a b p brj ct SWAMP h nut recommended for eVe taRooTj n i YO trouble it will be found just tho remedy you need At druggist in fifty cent and dollar sizes You may have n immplo bottle of this wonderful new rticcovcry by mail free nlst pimphet telling nil about it Addpw Or Kilmer Co t liinidminton N Y =COUNTY NEWS NOTE- J 0 JBffirTo insure insertion AIIJ correnY ponditice must Ibe in title Mice by Monday night of each week and that nearby on Monday morning GILTMORE GLEANINGS WIll Brother Cooper nfcr examining yours mid 1 M1 UseV foundation for an improvementI in the free school sys tern I think that you nre striking at iit about right I for one IIHMI heartily III dune it with a few amen iinciilH thutlI would hllgucst us tollon r lt Tlioe teiicbers when piesentilig themcelvus for reiitriition hniilill liuv K jcortrlicate of iec mmtMidaiion signed by nl least thrco nf tiltheat citiens in Ids or her district or vicinity in which they live as a guarantee of their good morals nilThe trustees should he reduced to mo in a district and he be elected every two years and he required to exo ciito bond of one I uiidred dollars to tillu commtasinncr witli approvedI fecurity sad that he be allowed two dollar per month fur Ids Cervices during the MhoolI term and that In1 report to the commis sinner at tho expiration of oath month as to how the schoolI isI piogrcxsing and fur failure fine him heavily exemptin R him from road fund jury duty tllIIlllhlt1i may IK employed for tho full term hut onI tin icport of till trustee at th end of any mouth during the Mbool that he or she i4 nut render fag hKtisfaetion a+ the law requires said teacher to tie disms t11 and a fine im iMuedI by the eU111111ieiohrr of urn dolI I IIIM lo Ibo reudnwl out of want Iis due him tutu Ida plnce lie supplied lIy an other lib =There should bo n compulsory lily to force tell parent+ nnd gnaidians of children to send their cldl rii ttsolioolI lit letiKt two moiitliH ofru1 school or pay n line of two dollars per month fur the retention of inch pupil sickness and1 acetdontH oxcepted tiIAll linen to lip collected Itllrellr of the school snperiittendaiit and paid over to the county trea tirv if tiny and if not to Ihe trustee of the jury fund ti he kept as a school fund to be paid out to tho trustees of tho variou schoolI districts of sidd cmntv lIyUrIct of the county judge to purchase books station try ivu fur till use of the pom 111111 1 orphan children of sill district flthIt shall lie the duty of till school1 commissioner of Inch county to settle with and pay over to the county treat ury or trustee of the jurv fund as till CIIHO tiny be at the end of everysi months nil moneys III Ids hand collectedI nn fines etc Ihlnet to take effect1 passageIn l11tloii which yon have lnyed with these ameudmeuK would bo n grand improvement Let me hear from yen July aoiw ITxtIrUiMm MORGAN COUNTY- CONSOLATION CHAT The cutup meeting closed Sunday with four additions by baptism Albert Collce of Oiner was Ithe goer t of ye scribe Saturday anti Sunday 1 M1 Wallis and 1JJ MlankenshipI have the contract to build Thomas Lees bouse Mia1oraHwaago is progressing nicely with her school nt tills iplace with n goodI attcndoncc ljuv IL II lUankcnship and Do Stum per went to Yocum to look then 001 a location last week flits Item Trimble Vise Sarah Hill Gigs were tho guests of Vise Coruie Hise Saturday and Sunday J 0 Trimble J A Wse JI P Lacy MlsjesCornle hire Kosa Trimble Saraii Ilillinus stormed yoscribc Saturday nightt + told Miss Itisa entertained im by playing sumo nice pieces on the orcn Our poet and artist conunanly knownI us Stun Wilson was not seen in tlii s neighborhood Sunday ns he has spent 17 Sundays hunting for the Cricket andI on last Sunday week found the Cricks in tho hind of pome one else MAYTOWN MISSIVES Frank Young Iis improving slowly Jolla Cnrtin has been quite sick tho pw t week Inclo Wash Chtldora and wifo escort ed ltevrylcr to Campion Albert Dye is building a new dinning room and kitchen fur 11 A Day clllughtcrlrllLizzio Holin who hits been finite sic for two weeks past remains quite ill Married at Mnytown on tho 25th tilt Berry llobinsoii t4 Miss Xnnnio Mannin u J FriinkThoinns ofllcinting torsos Anniu Patrick and Lib Prater of llazid Oreen paid a iling visit to May town last SundRY week Revs Tyler and Cannon ronduetpd 1 religious services at tho M Eo churchI Sunday wonting and night of last week 3IlH Pearl Niekellwhal haa been at tending school nt Midway the past year Iiw1 j of Lrtcy creek visited their grand paronjn MR and Mrs Jordan Wills ooouay last rfiek r Till Jusilsnmra erOttl this klsuhigbus U coining lie In ratling to the west loll hell mutilate your kisser IIke n yellow Jackets ncit To n mnn tlmtii young nail handsome He will nut his kisses gush For the kladng bug is cowing And hes coming with a rush I I comingSAnd hes whettlnjf up hN klIr For his windy city cost And outs got to fuel his kisser Anil youve got to fuel his bite For hits Niihsiitntu of Holmin- Vlio IIIIM JMt dropped out of sight COL INGERSOLL DEAD Tho Great Agaostlc Lawyer and Orator Dlos Suddenly Heart Dlnoaso the C IUSO Kibort O1 IIinjoMidl the faniiiirt law year orator and inlMisl llit1l suddenly on Friday July 11atI his Hiunmer homo tit Dubln Ferry Niw York MH deatli was viitirrly unespecfd nut resulted from the heart disease from which lit siilHroil sinrc Iixiii lu that year during the Ilipublicaii Natimial Convention he wan taken ill furl hind to return home He never fully recovered from tin attaek of heart disi + ae and was under the curt of physicians cut stiuillyDiiih I came to him as lie hali recintly expressed the desire ii lioild IIIr oftin in old times said lie wished to die slowly withII lull ennxciiiusneiH 0111 he might tell thiiM about him hue ho f dl U eenlly ho experienced cliango of desire to du painlesslyI and without warning Robert IJreen lugtntdl was horn in Dresdon Nf 1Oil Augiint IIII I slI His father was a ongtepational clervy until whose libiTII view lrciii iitv canned discussion After being admitted to hit lla he licpui his caner as t I loll yor in the little villai e of Shrtwiiiitinvn III where IK opened a mmlest tilthof fire lo I1i011rI1 luitrrnllran for eon res + but was defeated IIrail nis the Dcmocratie candidate for his district Hi fiilisted in thin army at the breaking I out ol the war uudsetIt to the frt in IllilloiollclIllr1racy and Imcnnic n Uepnlilican I lieI nominated Itluine fur the presi dmey in the National Itepniilican con vention nf I 71i His + pchat that time attracted great allcilion and from that time on he was in great deiiiind as a campaign orator The place ol MinisterI to Jermany was ollered to him in IS77 lint h refuied itt As II lawyer he was identified with many famousialncr Personally Colonel Ingersoll Will the most charming of men IHe always kept away from barrooms He mver utteredl a profane word lie HUM lilxrtlly to alli good works whether Catholic Methodist Baptist or what not IIIlis word vyas taken withzhim nail nobody whi blM ever hint+ vn him would ever ask lor hi + bmd1 His house win the ideal liberty hall Ho had no rules for himself or family They ill did as they pleased IHe noel1 no limo fur going to bed or gctlitii up He slept when lie was sleepy lie Into when he was hungry 11111 rentediitvhrn hWill tired He and all his family were great lover of music Jle leaves a widow and two I jI daughtersSIDE MEAT Burled 37 Yoars Ago at tho Cumbarhml Gap Batttciiolil Well Preserved Wm IF Jones a proniinnntI eitlun of IHoomiiigburg Kayolto county andu party are prospecting for relics of the Civil War at the famous old battlefield Cumberland Gill lean A letter has just been received by The Kmiuirur cor respondent from Mr Juan under date of JulyJ 9 in which wine ctrango ills coverlet aro reported liter relating JIM experience in endeavoiing to locate his old camping ground Mr Jones rays I found the old channel of Ithe erceu that badl been filled tip then IsoonI lo eaten our old stung in the cornfield Af ter looking around n tong momenlH and viewing the situation as things now look Iblurted direct fur tho spot where 11111- I I burled II lot of outguns mid bud nodltll catty in locating the very spot where II- bid put them Ii years aeo The work lunbnrnlstguns were nil there but tho wooden parts nail disappeared Many strange todaybroughtwere qualities of crackers beans candles Caner bullets aid above all about HO pounds of side meat in n good stern of preservation l12 foot undergroundn lust to think thnt bacon would lay in the ground 117 years nail remain in a go l condition appears to mo to he iii Inns H miracle = We err proppecling all around healqunrterskwere to it a large pit where thousand of arms and other things were buried and wo think we bive the spot delluitely IcwahJl 11111 nro now digging lWM V JMXVX j Among tho illustmlioii in that xr + 1 lout work the parse 1Ck written by Judge Iligglo Jill UllIltH I I Jeoiuv Wa+ lil inglonViMable at MtI Vtrnon Tiie I hal tor pr tnblcs contains many lad 11 III hiutivniMl+ has the plans anti olovatinn of 1 nil iurnctlvp village stable S o adver tiiicQicnt in our advertising colnuuisII J Thdprice is f0 cents free by mail ad drM the publishers Wllmer Atkhlsun I rqIJhlJluJulphln IlmhUAID and tho Conrior JouriTnljboth ono your for 1 cash w q1I- GOD i iKI t The Leading Specialists of America 20YEAHS Ifl OHIO 250000 CURED WE CURE EMISSIONS Nothing cnn ho mnro demoralizing to ymii IalI nfci1 uin lhan the i ix = i coco of HICKS niKlitly loc They IlroluclI t31UrIIIIrOIlC n rclanlt rytuplutnsr l trfljl IUBtttrhctlwrI i vtj d ullrlie curt 3t11 NO CURENO PAY Hoailor you iirrd holp lnrly aburn or l 1 1 nuEXJssnro I inro not f uf till rirtil Our Now Method ul will euro yon lOu run nu rlrh K Z5OOO CURED Young aian You nrn pale fccblofT exc1lnLloand dtttxxidcnt blotrhua nud pt11tpler fl 1 juulicn ryes wrinkled faro htixiiltut I l firm nriil il iwniTt rouiitrtinnco revealI i the Miyit nf yurcil8tcuee WE CURE VARCOCELLE I I No mntlrr hint rerloim your earn tinyIIP or how Ian r you mny hnvo lind It our NKW MKTIIOJ 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