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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a- r r- T2 t y 1 J J i THE HAZEL OEEN HERALDEstablished March 4 1885 Made Famous in tho Story bf Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell ti SlKNCKU Obiter nnd tdtnrTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated aipl Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky MountainsAt+rny IKIl in YEAll ceii I a FIFTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 24 1809 NUMBER 14 j y CARTER DRY GOODS COMPANY IMIOUTKIW ANM DKAIKIIS IX r mGr tiD7AND WOTSONS LOUISVILLE KY Rcfercuco J Tuylor Day Hazel preen ft H BRYAN SAIKSMAN ruts Pearson Clark WHOLESALE GROCERS LEXINGTON KY IIHARTFIELDI JII Ky UKIIMSK- NTSCUCCENHEIIV1ER Co ILYNnilUIUi VA Iiiiiiortiro and Jobbers of Dry Hoods No rod 1amy Good + Wi inanufactnr lin Iantsanthe well known HLATSAI11 tlveroll I1 your orders until you IlC him I ROBINSON HC OF CEATTYVILLE KY WIT 1 IroeUIE7oti 8 JlIL JiJ S Kentucky Cider ear Works LOUISVILLE KY Your patroiuiKi is respectfullyI solicited BODE HARDWARE COMPANY WTIIDLESAI B MOf Willf and CcrrlJE t CINCINNATI O deference 1 Taylor Day Hazel iretfii THE BEST Of THEM ALL 1 1 LIPPINCOTTS MONTHLY 1AGAZIN Contains n complete novel In every num bet In ndilltlon ton Inrgo quantity of useful and entertaining rending matter To ronfntinrt mtortrf trhlch are uotijecllonable to moat readers It tthould bo In every household Sub icrlptlon 8300 per year Aifiiits wanted In every town to whom the must liberal Inducements will bo ollurud J B LIPPINCOTT COMPANY Put llahera PHILADELPHIA rli udtmti 3im t WINCHESTER KY N H WITHEUSPOON President It D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000T- his Hank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout pastern Kentucky sad otters its customers every facility nnu the most liberal terms wllhlll the unfits of legitimate banking octlSly I II Post Ij No I IUllsl I i I IonI I this wall I II IMRS S D KASHii i Fashionable 11illineri c HAZEL GREEN KY I i 2Ii I I I I I L LlJi I IItILI A n 11101 stf1xlti aMy usJ-YY leading Insurance Agent r of Eastern Kentucky Offices ncntty vlllc and Jackson Money to patent good Ideas way bo sequrcd hy but aid Tho Patent Kccord Baltimore i 1a Good Advice For Tin HKIIAID Friends sclioolmnte amid countrymen today ns I am situated in n vccludc wluryhourRHKKAII even na n few covetous word may servo to introduce us to some persot whose subsequent friendship and anti mute companionship may prove n life lung blessing und from such humble be ginning may result a deep love for ull that isi good and true an tho years gild away and the care mull rcxponsihilitie are taken up We should make only aucl suggestions ns will do us good mud wit be liko sowing good seed in the ground which brings forth a harvest both goon nod plenteous in subsequent years While it is a facT that when this ih read if it ever is it will not quite excel that of Longfellow Icings life uf Goldsmith or Charles Lambs tales of Shakespere it may compare or lint monizc with some humble thought dropped along life riipgcd pathway by a there school bov and as William Wads worth once said surd service is true service while it lasts our minds ire con soled to some extent We should be content with our lot though it be ot mini or on sea in poverty or in riches we should keep our feet in the path that leads on to happiness prosperity IIlId eternal life We should he just and fen not let all the emlWI aim at be ouri countrys our Gods and truths For sweet are tho uses of adversity which like tho toad wears precious jewel ill its head and this our life exciiifFFfmr public haunt finds tongues it f trees hooks in running brook amjjjoodii everything Wo should love Jj melvci last of all and cherish those Ull its tha hate us We should over hivvfakini word for a weary traveler for help those who are in distress awl t cud and ever lend a hand to one anoO jr for it is not when we sleep soft and t nke mcr rily ourselves that we think p i the Imf ferings of others but when I0 hour ol trouble comes to tho iuiiut four own body and when the solemn h9i rof death comes that cojes to high IIIK low then it is not what we have Tonefii foursolvoi but what we have Juno re fathers we think on most leasantlytfe must re member our Creator in the days of our youth as well as manhoojif we would Ito happy every individui1 has a place to fill in this world whic0 m important in some respect Kemcmhar too tint our very day walks lire an exaaple that the rising generation iis follojijg then happy are they who shall learn iron our ex iimple not to dispair tijl shall think though the dap isspcntatic their strength wasted there yet reinalr a one effort to be made when hope fail as they sometimes + t trust chari ty which is faithJ8iion we must speculate no more Wit simp Ily do it We something do good anti leave bchilus monuments of virtue that the wtora of life however hard cnn never drtroy write our names in kindness low and mercy upon the hearts of ihousungMwc come in con tact with year by ycarif we do wo will never be forgotten CUr name and our deeds will bo as Icgjhjc on the hearts of those wa leave bet lid ns the stars on the brow of oventn We mnst not let mistake nor wrontfr which every man in Ills studies fall iMto discourage us There is glorious instruction to be got by finding wo wok wrong Let us al ways try fnithfugTii manfully to be right wo will grot daily moro and moro right n man shajlld never be ashamed to own ho has becifiiiMlio wrong which is but saying hejfis nwiser man today than he was yestw Jay Kemcmhcr now that life is no idly dreamt but n solemn rentlty based u n eternIty and corn insscd by cterimy find out your task land to it 1 Sfirl while it is caller today for th ht cometh and tic nan can work WCe agWJ4 Uve BO hat when death the great reconciler hit come it will riot bo our tenderness we repent of but our severity For all that is Jootl nil that 5a true all that is heauti ful till that is beneficent be it great or imall perfect or fragmentary natural as veil as supernatural moral as well as material comes from God Very Respectfully HANKOHK IL MAXVIX Flir Orange 111 July 23 1899 The Higgle Horse Book advertised in mother column contains more horse muse than many volumes ten times its Ri7o It tells all about breeds about ceding and watering about stable mud and management of whims and vices of inrncss of diseaes and remedies of ireeding of colt education of shooing tnd indeed it covers the whole subject in a concise practical and interesting nannor It contains 128 pages is profusely and beautifully illustrated and mndsomely bound In cloth Every mnn who drives n horse should have a copy- Tho price is CiO cCIItIfreo by mail ndtlreea- tho publishers Wilmcr Atkinson Co hiladolphin Dont forget that you can have tho touricrJournni or Dispatch and TJIB L2fl cash In IFRALD one year for only mlvance and besides wo will send you tho Farm Jourrfnl until the end of the ycu 1903II r Tho Attitude of tha Koatacky Press The Willinmstouri Courier with that disregard fur the f cts that seems char ncllrl tlc of the jliebel campaign says Ninetyfive pen cent of tho Demo crntic prt IIi of K Mucky is supporting the Democratic spite ticket with hearty good will There is nothing else to do It is get in line roclslon or be looked on ns a stragirlerj As nn evidence of good faith nnd not necessarily for jpublication we send to the Courier the following of the newspapers which jpfucf to accept the nomi nation of MriGoebel as binding on any Democrat Col L E Cnsey veteran editor of the Covington ommonwealth the only Demooratic daily paper in the Sixths dis trict and the oldest Democratic paper in that purl of the state published in Mr Gnebels bunie town Jictro IHn Hon OIlIsboro Inquireri a reputable and widely quoted Demo cratic daily John A hype editor Henderson Jour not the oldest and best Democratic daily paper in Henderson which never failed before to support a Democratic ticket Desha Hreckinridge Lexington Daily Herald only Democratic daily in the Sev enth district Lewis Patterson Georgetown Dailv World Trof S1 Glenn Guthrie Graphic and who has also purchased the Madi still yule Mail is n wellknown Demo crate leader of tho Second dirtriet Lewis Lnndrum Lancaster Record VMjpjUio oldest and most reputable DemofraTTPf Tf7cifcij Cential Kentucky Tiilin n ILtbtige rTuv7RTtT 4Iiiiconservative widelyread tutu limy edited Democratic journal j Chas Stownrt Litehfield azettolf- Jcllerson Sterrct Jliitvcjiville rjjihJ d fJnmif IMitor Stith tOil Sandy Herald a1 0 D McCormick ShephordsnllfflPio neor M 12 L Davidson Springfield afewa Lender if W H Hudson Bar ourilc Pntla finder K CjufcdLKdhor Ueach Kentucky Keco ifor- Kditor Strange Columbia Spocitor- J C Nelson Bath County XVfiId Editor Kstill OwiiiLsvillc Onook Editor Slosgrove Sturgis I js lour nI Jsi The Cnmberlnnd Advocate B t iPdltor Dcin IfjfKditorinly Democratic mowing IpSflcr in the Lust Congressional district 84 Editor Hen F Drigga Mjfifloh Mon itor Queor Story of a Snaka in a Cotton Pot AliDDLEsiioRo KY August litA queer story of tho des b of three lodger cones from Buchan county Virginia According to titer ort Sam anti Mnl iom loll and Will SlWer were at break of5t Rfias1t17 Std iI over head Int mediately the other two men were taken violently sick In less than nn hour they were dead An investigation was made and It was found that n copperhead snake had crawled into tho coffeepot from which they hall all partaken The Farm Journal is choke full of gumption and has tho largest circulation- of any farm paper in tho world It is good everywhere We offer it for a short time as n prize to advancepaying subscribers to Till llKHAM who pay n ycnr in ndvnnco nnd tho Farm Journal for Ithe balance oflS99 find nil of I1900 1901 1902 and 1903nearly five years nil for the price of our paper alone- Smallpox In Hydon IJyims KY Augi65mmulpox Isi spreading in this county despite tho precautions taken by the local authorities Infected houses are now being clone ly guarded and the local Board of Health believes that the disease is now under control Business in however consid erably crippled and the adjoining county of Perry established quarantine against this Leslie county stopping the mniln for several days No death has as yet resulted from the disease Now if you want to keep yourself posted on tho political issue of tha coming campaign subscribe for TUP HERALD t Stray Shots From Afar In n letter from n friend who has tray clod all over the world nnd who is now- It Knrlsbad Egypt she hits the follow ing interesting things to say I have seen no nation or country so far thai I think compares with America or hei people American ladies have tho repu titian of being tho most beautiful ns I well as tho best dressed Indies in the world and Iit IU true A fcv days ago tut hnta dance given at our hotel by the Grand Archduke and Dutches of Aus trig the latter being a sister of tit Quit on regent of Spain About twentj couples of royalty were present anti everyone was a duke count enrlo dutclics princess etc etc nod yet I dh not think they compared with our bes society in personnlI appearances man iers or dress We common people were allowed to peep at them from behind II screen Many of tho royalty of the continent are hire anti they eat in tho general dining room so it is no great sigh to see kings queens countesses etc bit t I feel quite at homo in their presence Uncle Jim Ollair late of Grccncnstlo Intl died just utter he hail phased his liJth birthday He moved from the Ken tuck river in 1827 Thero were 110 roads except n bridlepath and ill carrier all his clfectH on a pack saddlo to Edga county 111 his wife riding the hors while he followed and drove the cow and carried his rifle gun Being very relig ions ho was soon disgusted with tit wicked frontier life in Illinois maul shortly moved to Grcencnstlo whore Ill found ninny prominent ICcntuckians am where ho spent his lift amid amassed n fortune Ho paid Ids first tax in Ken tacky which unarmed to five cents That receipt was framed mriiy years aground lounge in his house maul he hits always taken pains to show it to his mini friends He haw one sister that survive him Aunt ally Hanks now about t111 years old Uncle Jim was a dovoui Methodist anda Republican IIis linn Robert is president of ono of tho Green castle banks 1 The fourth Old Settlers meeting ol the Wnbash Valley was hold tag 10th nt Farinersburg IIIiIt Notwithstanding the rain over 10000 people were present 850 people present were over CO years old six were over 110 antl one old IlIdWilli 101 Numerous family school church and fraternity reunions wcro hold mind n dinner on time ground was spread that would make Bro Jim Toms teeth water It wns a big crowd for tho farmers tt feed but they did it mull did it nicely Old relics by tho wagon load wore on exhibition besides numerous other at tractions Two fine hands discoursed music The addresses of the tiny wore delivered by Gov Gtifliths Congress ran Miers and J H Swango Wo beg to acknowledge the receipt of the catalogue of the Hazel Green A cad clay with announcement for tho follow IIIK year It Illu source of great pride to oxmountaineers to note the pro roill of this school It is the only first class anything I ever saw in Eastern Ken tacky except Tin HJIIUI and it do serves ten times the support it gets Miss Clara rioratt forllllfirof Eol tins position in tho Paris Illhigh school and will enter upon her duties the Ifith of September While Miss Picratt likes tho West alma is rather partial to tho Bluegrass state old for old timbn sake would like to take ii peep at time epos and waterfalls on time romantic Brokclcg 11 Frank Trimble nnd wife of Memphis Penn have both Jbcentsick time past few days tho Inttor with malarial fever They are both on n fair way to recovery W r Ovcrstrcct anti family who have brcn in tho Rocky mountains for tho unit six weeks are nt homo again much mprovcd In health Broom corn in Illinois is tho best in rears and priced are most encouraging to time farmer J HI3 Terre Haute lad Aug 10 Methodist Sunday School All the members of the Methodist undny School are requested to ho prcs Ollt next Sunday Un m Tho Superln endcnt promises to bo present and crcaftor to attend as regularly ns posji blo It is hoped that this mny bo tho cglnning of n now era of prompt and ngular attendance by nil the members of the school and especially by tho OmeNS nnd tcnchcmR M LvR Pastor A Brutal Prizp Fight Tho prize fight which took place nt San Frnnciscoon the ICth inst Jim Fray ney of Cincinnati died from tho effects of n knockout blow by Frank l Con- nell of San Francisco in the forteenth rouud McConnell his seconds referee i1IVbOItUUCI1pated MEGR11UHNE lcrmllnentoure orIIcndachu HEADACHE CURED FREE by 118111 pIe mailed you if thli jinpir mentioned Time moro jiromptly hcmluchci are ru lieved tlio ICKS frequent will be their return until perntn- intently cured Sold by nil druggists IFTY f0 CENTS A UOX The Dr Whitehall Mog Co SOUTH DEND IND 0 Aadrcu GENERAL WRSMITH LEXINCTON KYf For circular ofhta famous and rciponilbta COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awnnlrcl Tfrdnl at Worlds Expotltloa nouns to OmnmniU of grmliutM In poillloni Cutt of Full HntlnrM Courw Including Tul lion nook and Hoard In famllr stout IX Shorthtnd TypeWriting and Telegraphy Specialties irTh Kentnekr Unlrerellr TIIllloma under poi- awnnIelgrnduatn IdteraryCureefretIrdeelrri I aucceaduIGENERAL WILBUR R SMITH toxlngtonKyJ- frtr Kttttveltt nfrmffy rrmwrrr fVUn sad had marly lull ttxJoili in aUrmiiUiC tart yea- rSILAS B KASH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY O fli PC at resilience mild calls anxweitul at mill hours Obstolrlus a specialty n Lexington and Eastern Railway Tlmo Table In Effect May 21 1890 EAST BOUND No r NI Sl ti STATIONS Daily ex Dailyex IJnlle Sunday Sunday Sunday I lJITLI a PMI I IvcjA MLcv Lexington 7 15 Rill 2 115 pm Avon H 10 art 2 M pin 5 61I am- IUlncliuKtor S au am- htV 3I 10 pin III 50 ntir- tI K Jiinuii 8 15 smut L2 pm il5 ma Indian FIde I UO am 1 as pm 8 M am Clay City ii III am 3 IiH pin 11 00 am- IStanton to V am- IlUon 4 11I pin 11 20 am- I11W am 4I 1U pup 11 Al urn Diindct II 17 am ImI put 12 M pm- INat Bridgu 11 fit am 35 pm 12 111 pin Torrent 10 OS am- Ileattvvo I IJII 111111 10 pm Jc 10 1U urn ft 11 pm 2 15 pm- CIallegaI 10 8I aem 15 pm 3 IH put Athol 10 6Jnm f 411 jim 3 23 pm- I Jackson 11 10 lUll III lf pm 1 10 pm WEST BOUND I I Mi 0 STATIONS ex No 3 Rally jx IINu Dally Sundny ourJackson t 10 2 25 pin f II15 Athol 0 11 2 Ml pin 11101 nm- Tallvga 0 19 amII sI 01 pin 0 Wi nm- licattyve Jell II 1 20 pm H 00 nut Torrent 7 02 3 17 pm 1II 03 nm Nat Hrlilge 7 18 am I 01 pm 10 OflluJ1 Dundee 7 23 am 4 OH pm 10 10 nm Fllnon 7U nm 4I 111 pm 10 48 nm Stanton 7 18 nm 4 30 pm 11 20 nm Clay City 7 fi7 nm 1 39 pm IJ 40 pm Indian IIdsl 8 M am 4 M pm 1 05 pm- hIMuncn 8 11 urn T 08 pm 1 60 put Winchester 8 44 nm fi 20 pm 810pm Avon III 01 nm f 40 pm 1 40 pm Lexington I30 am 0 05 prim 410 pm J It IIAHltJcnl Manager CHAS SCOTt Ocn Puss Agent Red River Valley Railway COIll TIME CARD jSMrTraln leaves McCnuicy lit 0 oclock 11- III connecting with trntn nt Hotlnvell for ilt Sterling ItettiriiliiL leaves llothwell lit I pm JAMKS Mulll Gen Agt Itothwoll Ky q J TAYLOR DAYrWholesale nnd Retail denier In n General Merchandise Lumber Heal Estate cnAlso President Hazel Green Fair md Driving Park Association and tho Tanners Exchange I YOUR MAIL ORDERSF- or anything and overythtnR in tho Una of Jnuns 8UKDIUKS TOILET AUTJ- LIW PEI1FUMES SOAPS TOHACCOS O1GA tSl11I1 Prellcrlptlon peclaithesII1 boo promptly filled by us Wrltcu ahsn you can t find what you want in your b + fu torte JAB E COOl EtJ Druiamt 6M3 LEUQTON xy I I 41 r- r rt tay r r0 4 t1 tyr t1 r4 v r t Y t I I rA r A ae- a rArr- nt lY rui1w f c iLLL I 1 I i II o I I 7- w II r fRICKERY IN TRADE Rev Dr lalmage Contrasts It with Fair Dealingl Condemn 3nincau Iroceus by Which Vntue Art Jllnrenriwenl ed Many Slerclinulu Iud i cU of Inlrurrltr Copyright Loulj Klojmch 1S3oIntegrity nnd trickery In biifilnc s lire form the mibjeet of Dr ialmiifjc ssr mOil today ami the contrast he es tabllHhcs between the two In 11 strikingl one The text Is Proverlm 2011 IIt IK naughtI IIt IB naught1 said the buyer hut wlion lie Is gone his way then he loiihteth Palaces nrc not such prisons nR the world IiiPiiglneH If you thinkl that the only timesI Ulngs nnd queens route forthI I from the royal gate In III procession I nnd gorgcoutdy nttemledt you arc 111111 taken Incognito by ilny or by iilglith nml clothed IIn citizent apparel or the drexH of a working woman they conic out ami nee the world an IIt I In no other way could KingI Solomon the author of my textt have kimwn every thing tthat was going on From my ttext 1 am mire he iniint in disguise home dtiohave IllIallllItu1 I a storet of rciidymadi clothing III Icrusnlem nnd Mood near the counter ami heard II convcrMitloiiI between II buyer ami a seller The met1 chant put II price on a coat and the customer began to dicker and xaid Abbiird That coat is not worth what you auk for it Why jlllt look at the coarttciiCMi of tthe fabric See tthat 1IIlit on the collar IHcsidcH thatt Iitt does not fit Twenty dollars for that Why it In not worth more than tten dollar Tley have a betterI article than that nnd for lower price down at Clrlicm Fitcin it HroH llexldes that 1 dont want it at any price tiooil mcrnlng 9 10141LI5 tthe nicirlrnitt do not go oil In that way 1 want to sell you that coatt I have MIIIIC payments to mnUo 1111111I wantt tin money Come now how much will you give for that rout I I pI1i1tillt snl I I15 youSshIt greatI sacrifice but take It at that price Then the customer with a roll under his arm started to go out and enter his cm II place of hiihliiixH nnd Solomon in dlogulse followed him I Ife heard the ciiHtomer ax he unrolled tthe coat nay Hoys I have made n great hut IMowI I 1ol1IIfort I hll to compliment his enterprise you gave 10 for II Another any S I Minuld tliiuk you got It cheap if youI gtv 2iI No KayH tthe buyer I inlrit iniiplr I got It fur I15 I beat him down and pointed out Itill imperfections until I really made him Ibelieve It was lint worth hardly anythingI IIt taken me to make a bargain Ha ha 0 gilt t he goods fur less I linn P3tIworth by positivet I falsehoodI 11 III It r when Solomon went back to his palace and had put oil his illHgulse tin t Iii sat down at his writI lug desk stud made for all ages a crayon hketeh of you It is naught It Iis naughtI salthI till buyer but when he Is gone hiss way then he boasteth ThereI are no higher styles of mm iin nil tIll world than tthose now att tthe head of mercantilet enterprises Iin the great cities of thist continentI Their casualI promise Is as good us a bond witht piles of collateralsI Their goodI reputationI for Iintegrity is as well es rlHllllllgIII1 I I I that when there Will great disturbance In the family till cardinal called nIl his people together ami put them under oath to tell the truth except Ietrareh When he came up to swear IIclIr dinal put away his book and said As for you Petrarch your word is still I den t First as In the scene of the text busI ness men are often tempted to sacrillce plain truth the Heller by exaggerating hJdrllrllIlIUIII mire mi expert salesman See how he iiriit Induces the customer Into a moodI favorable to the proper consideration of the value of the goods He shows himself to be an lionrnt and trunk sales man how carefully the lights are itt till tlll fall UIOIltbemedium quality he gradually advances toward those of more thorough make nnd of more attractive patternI How he watches the moods and whims of hIt customer With what perfect calm ness he takes the order and llxtws tIll purchase from isis presence who goes away having made up his mind tUat Ilie has bought the goods at a price which will allow him to mako n living margin when he lignIn seils themI The goods were worth what the salesmaa salii they were and wire sold n a a price which will not uak it tiecessary for the house to fall every ttu yours in order to fix up things Hut with what burning Indignation we think of the Iniquitous stratagems by which goods nrc hometltiHs disposed oft A glance at till morning papers hhows the arrival at one of our hotels if a youug merchant from one of the JBlaatl clUe He Iis a comparative utrau grr in the great city nnd of course munt be Bhnwnnrouml unit it will be the duty of some of our cnterprUing houses to escort him lie lit n large purchaser nnd h has plenty of time nnd money and II- it will pity to be very attentive Jhe even ling is Hpent at n place of doubtfulI anuiHcinent Them they go back to the lhotel Having just conic to town they niuht of courhe drink A friend from the name mercantile es tablishment drops III and linage and generosity suggest that they must drink Hnslnesu prospects are talked ver and the trangeriH warned against e eertaiI I h lishments tthat are about to fail and for Hitch kltlllllSK it nil magnanimity of cau t Ion against thu dishonesty of other 1 bitsincKi houses of course It is expected they will and so they Ilntlllwll drink Other merchantn lodging In adjoining rooms find IIt hart to sleep for the clatI 1 titt of these hailI I fellows well met waxes llouder Hut they hit not till night atI the wine cup They must see the sights They stagger forth with check flushed 1111111111 bloodshot The outer gatesI of h hell open to let in Ithe victimsI The wings of lost soul l tilt among till I lightItt and the stepu of the carousels sound with till rumbling thundersI of the hut Farewell I to nilI I the tanctlticnI of home Could mother amtorI father slumber big in Ithe inland home III senuc vision f that night catch a glimpse of the ruin wrought they would rend out ttheir h hair by the roots and bid the tongue till the blood spurted shrieking out Hod save him What suppose you will come upon such business establishments1 andI there are hundreds of them III the cities They may boastI of fabulous sales and they may have an unprece dented run of buyers and theI name of a house may ben terror to nil rivals and front Ithis Ithrifty rout there nutty spring up branch houses III other cities nit ii till tthe partners of the unit may move into their mansions and drive their fullI blooded span tutu the families may sweep the street with Ithe imint elegant apparel Ithat human heart ever wove or earthly magnificence ever achievedI Hut n curse is gathering surely for those men and iif II does not scic holdI of the pillars and in one wild ruin bring down the temple of commercial glory IttI will break up 111IhIHIICI1I1I11l they willI I I Ircmbl witli sickness and bloat with dissipations nnd punlicd to the preciI pice of this life they will try to hold back ti nilicry for help hut no help will come and Ithey will clutch Itheir gold to take It along with Ithem hut it will be matched from Itheir grasp and a oicc will sound through their Mini liIIIj tI they will stand aghast before it and all the hllIIIIlisllIllllhIIf a lifetimeI willj gather around them saying Do you 1IIIIIIIIII Ilitil 4snIthiiIs thllt IIhl compelled to dishonesty and runners and hliYIlitIt saw lithulshiiulI lit mony to their nefarious deeds andI some virtuous soul that once stoodI aghast at the splendor and power of these business men willIOIIPI Alas this is all that is left of that great linnI that occupied II block with ttheir mer chandise and overshadowed the city with their inlluciicc and made right eousness and truth tutu purity fall unI der the galling tire of avarice andI crime Again business men are often temptI ed to make the habits and customs of other traders ttheir law of rectitudeI I There are commercial usages which will not stand the test of the lust day Yet men in business tutu apt to do as 1 1 of tyheI in principle the commercial code of that community willi be spurious anti disI honest IIt Is a hard thing to stand close by the lawof right when your next door neighbor by his looseness of dealing is enabled to sell goods atI a cheaper rateI and decoy your customers Of course you who promptly meet nil your busi1 ness engagements paying when youI promiseI to pay will tlnd Iitt hard to com pete withi I Ithat merchant who Is hope lessly in debt to the importer for the goods and to the landlord whose store he occupies and to tIll clerks who serve him There are a hundred practices prevalent In the world of trafllc whichI ought never to become the rule for hon est men Their wrong does not mako your right Sin never becomes virtue by being multiplied and admittedI at brokers board or merchants exchange hlllgllIIItake usury when men are in tight places because ot hers deal in fancy stocks because others palm otT worth less Indorsement because others do nothing hilt blow bubbles do tint there tore be overcome of temptation Holl low pretentious nod fictitious credit und commercial gambling nutty awhile prosper Young business mnn avoid the llrat business dishonor and you will avoid all the rest The captain of u vessel was walking near the mouth of a river when the tide was low anti there was a long stout anchor chain into onn of the great links of which his foot slipped and it began to swell and he could not withdraw it The title began to rise The chain could not be loos ened nor tiled 011111 time and a surgeon wan called to amputate the limb but before thq work could be done Uu tide rolled over tIn victim und hIs lIfe was pone J have to tell you young man that just one wtong into which you tlip may be n huh pt n bug ehinlut of cir cumstances from which you cannot be extricated by any ingenuity of your own or tiny help nom others and the tides will roll ovet you as they have over many When iompey the war rior wanted to tube possession of a city until Ithey would not open the guttesilhe persuaded them t admit a dier Rut the sick sxldlcr after awhile got wellI utah strong until he threw open the gates nutlllet the DevastatingI army tiiie in Out wrong admitted I Into I lieisoul may gain iin Htrmgth until after awhile it flings open tilt tIll gullets to I hiIattack of sin and the niin is complete Again business incipare soliitt huLlIItempted to throw olT personalI respon sibilities shifting it to the institution to which they belong IDirectors III tbanks nnd railroad and iisurance uutiu ipanies sometimes shirk responsibility underneath the action of the corpora t ion tutu how often whciisome bank iing house or II nil 11111 1 institutiont us plodcH through fraud ItiptI it hilt men Iill lIlt board of directors wi liy I thought till was going on iiirtnn honest way 111111111111I utterly coiifoumled with this demeanor Till Inuiih41 tutu the tire nnd life and marine insurance com 7panies am the railroad companies win suit stand up for judgment in the last day hilt those who in them acted righteously will receive each Iffcr him iielf a reward and those who tithed tlit part of neglect or trickery will cacti for himtclf receive a condemnation tnlawftil dividends tint not clean be fore lindl CI5 use tthere are t hose russo eiatedt withi you who grab just as big n pile as you dl He who countenances the dishonesty of t lie tlrm or of thccor poration or association takes upon him self till the moral liabilities If the financialI institution steals he steals If they go into wild speculations he himselfI is a gambler IIf Ithey necdlrrs Ily embarasH a creditor he himself is guilty of cruelty IIf they swindle thu iiiiiuitiiitcd In himself is a defrnudcr No financial I institution ever hail 11 money v mlt strong enough or credit stanch 111111111III dividends lurga enough or policy acute enough to hide the I individual 1IMllf11M members The old adage that corporations have no souls is misleading Mvcry corpora tion luau as iutityauisLu as It Ims mem bersAgnln ninny business nwn have beenIl teiluistu II tn Hstpone their enjoyments and duties to a futureI season of entireI leisure What a sedative the Christian religion would be to nhout himlncxs tutu I itt iinstead ci postponing its user tu old age III death tboy would lake IIt into the store or fnbtty or worldly en gagements now IItt iis folly to go amidII the uncertainties of business iiiwillI no ioil to help A merchant in a CM KnglandI village was standing by ui horse and the horse II ted I its Mot to stamp it In a pool of water nmniic merchantt to escape the splash steppedI into the door of an insurance agent and the agent said I suppose youl i have come to renew your lire iinsur ance Oh said the merchant I had forgotten that The insurance was renewed nnd the nextI duty lit Li house that had Inout Insured wax burned Was it till accidental that the merchant to escape n splash from a horses foot stepped into till insurancei oUlce No IitI was providcntiil I AndI wSiat a mighty solace for a businessi in in Ito feelI that things art providen tial What peace and equilibrium ini such n consideration and what II grandI thing I ift all business men could rcalie it Many although now comparatively straightened iin worldly circumstancesI I have a goodly establishmentI in IHie fu t tire planned out They have an im agination built about 10 years aheadI a house IIn tIll country not difliililtI I of access from till great town for they will1 often have business or old tuenuui I I- tO settle or investment to look after The house is large enough to accommo dote till their Ifriends The balls arc wide and hung with pictures of hunt Iing scenes 11111111 branch of antlers and tire comfortable with chairs that ttuiU- be rolled out on the veranda when Iii S weather Is inviting or set out under some of till oaks that stand sentinelI I about the house rustling In the cool1 breee and songful with till robins There Iis just land enough to keep themI interested and its crops of almost tub ulous richness springing up under ajII- o plication of the best theories to ba found in tin agricultural journals Thei farm is well stocked with cattle andl horses nnd sheep that know the volcu antI have a kindly Islet t when out goen forth to look at them In this blissful abode their children will be IInstructed In art and science nnd religion This Khali be the old homestead to which t hu boys at college will direct their lettersI and the hilt on which the house stands will be called Oak wood or Ivy hill or IMcanant Itctrrat or Eagle Eyrie May the future have for every business mat here all that imuil more besides Hut ore you postponing your happiness to yourjorexpect nnd that the vision I meutioS- In not up to the reality bemuse the fountains will be brighter the hou 4 grander and the Bcensry more pictur csque UL the mistake U ague Ute tees Iipf RAZORBACKS AND MUSKRATS The ChIef llrnnilH of Live Stock Owned by nulling liar Silimtlcri Uaorhack hogs and muskratsarc tthe chief sources of revenue to the I inhab Iitants of the borders of Fishing bay Md TIll squatters for a majority of the IhnllelurcI nothing1 more are titus ipitable in their way hilt arc not more advanced I in eivilizat lout than tile tin Ipeople who have always lived in tin outoftheway mountains of North jioorgia and Alabama Few of the ihouses have II habitable appearance and a majority ofthem were built from Ilumber found drifting in the bay and from ttimberI confiscated n the forests there being immense tracts of valuable timberi laud along the shores These Ipeople believe they have till ugh Ito ap propriate whatever timberI they may need I in till construction of Itheir nuts cahill and it Is seldom that the land owners ill telftl with them Like tIll rnorlmck hog tout musk rats the people arc prolific and swarms tof children iistiysi sum around the cabins in any of this villages Hoth tarn andI women tilt interested in making a living and tthe children arc taught early to assist in cultivating ttill gardens and truck Ipatches The malt1 mvinbers ol a family1 generally h1 e aliIthey can dr in looking after the mnskrat traps and tin gardening is left to the cure of tin women and children Nearly tilt us tobacco chewing Mitoking and dip ping siiutr When times are hard titus money scarce they use rosin from pint trees as Il substitute fur tobacco The droves of raorback hogs Ithat arc to be seen about tilt the village willI I scarcely take tthe trouble Itr get out of ones way The raorback is a breed of hugs raised I in tilt south before tin war tumid still abundantI in the pinej woods of I tleorgin This hog hat an im portant mission to perform in till Fish lug bav settlementI It Iis the mission Ic make way with the hundreds of car CIIHXCK of inmkmts that acciimiilivtc al Ithough I tin muskratI forms an impor tant allitIIf food fur Ithe muskrit tcr Mid ttheirI families I Indeed the flesh of suuilrtits Iis suu sluishi slIlllrllll II thuuuh of Ithis raorback Ithe ham of which iIt almost us dry as the ham of an iron lire it jj I nllt the people along Ithe shore my that theyt could not get tilling with out the rnxorbnck He is tthciiMiuitar inspector and scavenger itilso lona us he iin one of them they do not feai mi epidemic of contagious disease A fIIf Ithe miiKkratterM have made money trapping the little animals but a majority of them just mauaxc toelu out a bare cisttnce While theI musk1 rut has bis house iin Ithe ground the en trance can only Ibe made through water nut the house is generally built twc htories high the lower tloor beinjj flooded with water The trapper say thut the reason for till subterranean entrance is that thus rat huts an exit which will not betray him III time ol danger Hut his instinct sluts tint warn him against the trill his cunning ami prsistent enemy places in the water at the mouth of the entrance to his home Iin the bank of the river This trap Iis c wooden box about three feet in lengtl and six inches III width IIn each end it a wire door hung on hinges at the top The1 slightest push on the outside causes the doors to rise lust they willi I I not open from tlic inside Tills trap is sunk at the entrance tc the muskrats house and whether hi is going home or on a foraging expedi ditiou he is sure to walk into it A muskrat cannot remain under watei indefinitely and before be has time II gnaw his way out of the box he drowns An entire flllllilIIf muskrats is fru qucntly caught Iin a single night in one trap During extraordinary tides on the marshes tIll ruts tire forced out ol their houses and take refuge in the open country and then IIt is that the trapper anti hunters hive no ditliculty in locat ing them While It IIK claimed that a muskrat has Instinct which foretells rising tides and overflows they arc frequently caught napping and have to make a hasty exitI to high land At this season of the year muskratt are very numerous anti do an immense amount of damage to the crops Later on they will have a regular feast cut ting down young corn In the liottom minis Fanners along the shores art kept hussy devising ways of killing oil the pests and regular trappers arc re garded as public benefactors through out that section of Maryland However the trappers raorbacks amid the farm ers lire often at war with each other the raorbacks insisting that they have the right to assist the neighbors in liar vesting their ropsX Y Sun Mmlilrn llrlnpuf lies a mean man was the earnest comment a mighty mean man What has occurred I was explaining to him my success in demonstrating the power of mind over matter I Will telling him how 1 hJd brought my will find my intellect to hear upon a corn and how I had iiibjugated the delusion called pain when myfooUAmoroailr Ambitious lOt wish Id been the last census of the United States Why Heres an article that says the last census embraced 40000000 womea Town Topics THERE IS A LIMIT V The Fourth Gentleman Severely Strnlticil tlu llonnU of 1- lluiuiin Credulity f You may tint believe it gentlemen rei eulggJiiitlullhalyears and have never hind the least trouble with it- That iin indeed remarkable rejoined an ixhilclrclII timetltuiurThere was a iienee msting a minute or uhubtitI hllittleI 1 never repeated any of his smart sayings to my most intimate friendsl ientlemcn observed a fourth after a protracted and somewhat painful pause jjij- Li i I i I IceheirI returejtoI grupIII I i soniethitiK list lalterindv gave it up Iffecnied to he generallyI tct that the extreme1I i i I I I s I t 1 lellhd1llIlulINOT ACQUAINTED WITH THEM Men Deiul PUt Year Klccltil to OIUcc- liy HciilKlilcd Alilcrineii In Xcw York t liefsimtl slut ami through his influence tint honor id U body fleeted Io nun eminent ima dead lhe it 30 year to the pnition of eia mi uiiuT of ikcilf Thel name of tilL dead thus honored arc Noah Webter us x tog niplier nndi Ilindley1 MutriyI gu IIIIIIIIII The tt olhliI I lie IlIllIt worktd ttm wiyA lip of paper containing these nuiir with Iliooklyn nddrei wm circulated at the meeting sit the board liki tutu Okie approiichcd Alderman BIIIInllli tid Say Inn I Ive done favor for you IHere nrc 1 couple of men who want to lhe inulu loiiiiiiiMonci ut1 dciN ThatI fellow lnilley iuiayI tMd im tett is II I ltiuuilut A i Tintii liid iooked nt the u j u l rip i II iii know tiip ifint 1Ihll1 iiiiit to Iii il i riir Aiti iiiiin liieyI mother nieinV s i 1tI I 1 Nniili Wrhtcr canimirioiur ut i Jj i- lJ1IIIIIIil tit Vliy Tliiy Arc 4jJwilhJ Ierh ip I Ittu are tortured with dnilit j j this propriety of pntNiiiK tillI pie no ln v I isle whether tier majcxty or the coul nuJa J Itlnvsr lott u 1 It ij4 terribly hnrd for a Imv to bolicv the veracity of I1i4 fnihrr when Ilit near hi injj iWIiuc that no nm ii truly loppy and u i trnted nilos hI luau work to di Ateliioa ntohlJJ Williim f underhand you ntnvrd your family last wwk fYcknn Ye our servant tiri didnt like the location we were inollllllhlle loiunil Some girl dont PPIII Ito think of mifh I but veii ni isjuntl clothesI andI It dint biime lhlIIIIhinIOIl la Democrat h The turin tuIti ean jjivc no nJruin f r isi OIitiflth I tli haidest tj ehujge iuill till III It I luuitttt AgerSnalr U Vigor What does it do glandsInactive making the hair soft and glossy precisely as nature intended Itcicansesthescalpirom- dandruffand thus removes one of the great causes of baldnessIt a better circu lation in the scalp and stops the hair from coming out II Prevents am II ares BlltICSS Aycrs Hair Vigor will surely make hair grow on bald heads provided only there is any life remain Ing in the pair bulbs It restores color to gray or white hair It does not do this Ina moment as will a hair dye but in a short time the gray color of age gradually disap pears and the darker color of placeWould of our book on the Hair and Scalp It is free willbenetsyouthe Doctor abont It- AdflnM jDB J O ATER levill j S 4 S 0 i a t i 7 1 t WIT AND WISDOM A coquette always hits more foils than wise men on her ttrlugChlcllgo- atlJ News She KcniK like nn amiable girl Well who wouldnt lie amiable with n lover In the kl cream Imslnc1 Cleveland 1liiln Dealer The preoccupied look on n friends face when you are telling him n secret Ks caused by his trying to decide to whom he will tell It first Atchimm Ilobe A JnctItuelltrow Patsyt would It be proper to soy You cant learn me nothing1 Pntsy Ysm Teacher Why V Iiii synuseyouc- ant Pcrston Traveler He Went hark After ItI KxVolnnI tetr Im going to Cuba for my litalth FrlllItlItI your liealthV KxVolunteer Why yes Thats where I lost ItX Y Journal They Worked in Combination Tlie Major nil did tht enemy keepup a running llnV The orporltI1111 I kept up the running and the ouemy kept up the lire nil raghtStray Stones I firmly believe she said that woman should have tin right to pro post Of course if wOlllnllllloIOtls he replied she would give an engage ment ring and other presents instead of receiving them On second thought she answered perhaps it would be bet ter not to change existing conditions Philadelphia Call Dr Chargem Your friend needs vigorousI ttreatment I never saw n nine in such a state of mental depression Cant you convince him that the future holds sonic brightness for him Sym pathetic Friend That is unfortu nately Impossible He hits drawn his salary fur three weeks ahead and spent the money Pearsons Weekly ELECTRIC HEADLIGHTS Smut Itttrrrfttlnu lnc Developed by t hi Iteoetit KitrluiinlM IIn j Thrlr Lei The electric headlight for locomotives hills come will out of the ordeal through which it passed while the opposition to the innovation in certain conservative quarters was active sudiespecially since it has been made to curry its till little dynamo and thus supply Itself with current is extending its good re Putt among railroad men IIt has been stated however that with all its user its it has the very serious objection of affecting the visibility of the signal lights on the front of the locomotive which carries it This question hiss bees put to the test by a railroad which lias a special interest in its settlement from the fact of its having quipped M of its locomotivch with the latest forums of this headlight Tin observing party stationed itself at the side of the track Dud the locomotive bearing a powerful electric light backed away about two miles and thenI started sip sit high speed The spied ranged in fact through the different tests from do to ttI miles an hour Till signal lights of white red and green were tried in their usual Position CM ouches backI sail thou affixed to brackets extending suit sideways ii inches from the smokcbox From the somewhat imperfect rce tllIll of the tests which have bean iub ilshcd it was shown that the lights ciuie out much plainer when put on the pilot beam nssteudof having them further away from the headlight Another great improvementI t was developed by attaching to the headlight an extension hood in the shape of a tube stretching onUhorlontally in front In nsingthis tube in aura ranging from IS inches to 10 inches in diameter soul running it out from four inches to fourteen inches in different experiments some most sat isfactory results were attained tin color of the signal light being easily distinguished up to a distance of Oti fIt This when they were merelyI placed in trout of the smokebox in Mead of in their usual position JO Inches burls lint with the Illinch headlight hoodextending four Inches green lights even with an unusually bright Illumination of the headlight were vislbh shout 1JOO feet away This fur ther vindication of the locomotive pro jector IsI said to hays appreciably quick Card the orders for it to supply houses and to have greatlyI increased the ton fidence of railroadI men generally in the electric headlight St Louis Globe Democrat Itinv Trawl Vnn Got It nnir The name of Penn Yan the New Yorktown which recently sprang I into n tem po ry fame because of the hurt that the number of persons burled in its reuse tery exceeds its living population is not of Indian origin as Iis the popular im pression The town was sett led at about the same time by Quakers from Penn sylvania and Yankees front unseen r cut As u recognition of this fact the Fcttlement Will first called PennYan fccc Later the final two letters were dropped leaving it PennYank Final ly for reasons of euphony the hunt k was ended and the name took its pres ent formChicagnIrabunrIttrtttCt L The exhaust on steam yachts is muf fled by a southerners device the pipe through which the strain escapes en tering a channel in the bottom of the boat to be cooled by the water after which It passes off through u valve un der tins propeller ONE OF OUR HEROES An Instance of the Splendid Cnurnuc mill Loyalty of tnolc J mu Solillrn The brightest page In time history of tiny war Is perhaps that which the thonghtfuliicbs of the lelonlRI I the faithfulness of their men ities which when conjoined make regiment an almost irresistible orec1- III The Story of the Rough Kidcrs Kdwtird Marshall tells how when Copt MeClintoek was wounded one of Isis troopers came nod lay down beside him Youd better get out of this said MeClintoek Its too hot Dont worry captain the man reII Punt Im between you and the mug line I MeClintoek touched as he was by this exhibition of the milts devotion still wanted him to get away lie urged him to leave The man refused Finally MeClintoek said Im your captain and I order you to go Von arc doing no good to any Our hilt me This Iis no place for a well man I order you Then the noun humid to tell 1 aint no tVll man he slowly ad atest Iiii shot Where asked MeClintoek Oh its only a scratch They lay there In silence for n long time The firing begun to come from the lift The soldier worked his pain fish way around until he was again be tween MeClintoek nod the line of tire MeClintoek was too weak from loss of blood even to speak Then a hospital man came and lifted MeClintoek to curry him owls tithe him too MeClintoek man ngcIIl to articulate tNu use silo the hospital mnn lies dead A COUNTESS REVENGE HIP Called Her Muled Rival to llrr- Ilinllilird mid UlHlluurfd llrr for llfr A tragic story of feminine revenge comes from Vienna The count nod countess Napodano I lived happily together until the count fell in lute with the daughter of the local doctor Con cetto Devajo by name a charming young girl of IS yours The count den serted lMs wife nod eloped with Con I rata Divajo The Countess Napodano I obtained a divorce from lien husband who then married Concctta Two years I later Count Napodotio and Countess Concctta returned to Matuggacci TheI former Countess Xapoilano was now l on her deathbed Slit sent a message to till CUll II tc M Coiicctta that she would like to sec her before she died The countess wishing to humor the wishes of the dying woman went to see her The invalid asked her to stoop stud kiss hoer As the fresh young face of her rival rater near her own the dying woman raised herself 111111by an almost superhuman effort bit a piece clean out of Concct tns wised soul mouth then fell back dead with n contented stalls on her fiat tires Coiieetta was dis figured fir lift nail her husband the fickle count lefttier for a new love out Inn drei nod iiine thousand loco motives art at present running in vari OilS countries w A cynical bachelor Knys Adnma wife wu railed lire because when she nppcnml his day of hnppitwMi was at an end Chicngo Daily New An atnit riir editor tins made a fortune bv his pen His father died of rirf cm itad inK one of hill editorials find left him 150 300 Nnuvoo Independent e If wives could Ret nwny from their bus hand ns easily us other women the men would Thing to thrin ro hard that nil the di sons lawyer would die of starvation N Y Pressadtooksiors your minister believe in thin policy of rxpanifonT omul I should say he dot lint text ycntrnlay oiiMKted of two words and he toada sew mon out of it that it took him nn hour to- deliverN Y Tribune e MaiuiRinK torIont you think we bred better have a shorthand mnn At the MiniMtfiV AMoeiaUtin meeting this utter noon 5 t City Kditor Dont we how we un work it It will take every nhortlmnd titan on the force to handle tint womaui tollelltlollohlo State Journal KeKftife meh proffered love proud jerrul cried the heavy villain nod by stick iinUdnme Ill daub yeh over yonden bectliiiR ehfV The cirl gazed in the diree lion dcMgnatcd by his grimy forefinct Iluh she sash thatn only ft bluff For she wan up in topoirratihy BB well ni souse other thingn Standard nod Catholic Times A business house of Aberdeen Scotland recently engagedas oilier boy n raw country youth It wits n part of hut duties to nttcnd to the telephone in his mntitcr Absence When first called upon to answer Uic bell In reply to the usual finery Are you here1 he noddtd accent Again the quiee lion carne And still again and each time the boy pave an nnuwcrinK nod When the iiicHtion came for the fourth time however the boy losing hiR temVcr roared through the telephone slnn II e bhn Ive breD oddin me held all for t last haul OUT iirth INGRATITUDE AND MURDER Slow An Ingrate LnM the Itnn Whlcl Urinltci In the Killing of III Frlrnil A detective told a story n few evenings ago which illustrates the Ingratitude of criminals The Ingrate says n Chlcn go exchange wait one of the principals in the MiiOce murder which was cum matted a little over a your ago lllH name WitH W 1 Willows n well appear ing youth but the man who decoyed the aged creamery agent into the Inn illiina avenue apartment building hrre rocks killed him Willow had been In trouble before that and the man who came to the trout for him was the hecporofaluneh counter near theCrim inal Court building The mans wife had known Willows in hits ilays of re ttpectabllity in a small Michigan town She urged her husband to do what IK could for him and with mousy for attorneys fees and a few well placid words of commendation WIllowH Will helped to get out of the scrape The luneh counter man WIIH a clo personal friend of the old man McOer and Inked lallllllllleh1t talked to Willows about him in their short acquaintanceship In the days of Willows trouble nod the lunchcounter tuna told his acquaint mice how milch this friend hush done for him yet while In jail Willows suet Jacks and the ttwo of them formed the plan of robbery which led to McGeeV murder The lunchcounter stint lost hill best friend through a needless ami useless murder cud Willows earned II sentence in the penitentiary BRAVE JAPANESE WOMEN low Count ICnn AVIfp Snvril III I Life tlnrltiir n Itrbrlllun Sln j Venn Alto A TapanosQ lady U noted for her courage her strength of mind tend her self posscssion It Is wonderful to think what physical trials and dangers these fragile little creatures will under go in an emergency The late prime ministers life was saved by the courage and presence of mind of Ills wife Many years agoVhcn quite a young man during a rebellion Count Ito wits hiding from his enemies who having tracked him to his house send a band of soshls to assassinate him On hearing his enemies approaching and trapped like a rat in its hull the count drew his sword and prepared to die but the countess whispered Do snit die Ihere Is hope ttliInllcl removing the iltitcbior tire box and lifting up tIll ousts IHII thou plankx beneath sin Induced her husband to conceal himself in the hollu spate which exists under tin Moor of nil lapaniM house The murderers broke into the room just as the tire hoc had been replaced nod den manded of then counters their victim In vale they threatened nod cruelly Ill treated her drugging her about the room by hen long black hair Itut it was of no avail they could not shake her resolute fidelity Thanks to her courage Count Ito escaped and has lived to give to his country a new con stitution REMEMBERED PARTING u Ifttr Thrri Yenm of flrjin rnllcin- Navnl Olllocr mill III SIMMIK- OlltoliHHKf Crrvtlnua Nnvy fniuilics are tn eil tOhepnratioiiK A inlildle iijeil oflicer of the nnvy left Washington three yours ago for n Iruihe on the China htntion says the Iost On the evening that he left his wife herself prejinreil nn ep oially tlnlnty tiinner for him then hill of fart whiling iii with straw berry shortcahe poly halt the short ctiku eotilil be cutest by tin family KO heartily hind they par talcen tif the other vianilh used the off eer said 11 lilt wife You can just put the renialnlni hilt of that hurt cnke In the refrigerator anil well hue It tomorrow lie forgot for this mo uent that he was going away that night Ills wife went down to the station with him iintl among tilt final InMruetlniiK she gave him its un Im perative command to hue his hair Irlmmed ns con nn he rcaeheil San Francisco The oflleer hail abhent mlnilcdly permitted his hair to grow rather long lie returned to Washington recently after nn absence of a month more than three years HIwife met him at the station After their first salutation site said to him smiling I obs Tve that you obeyed orders and hud your Italy cut YCI my dear replied the oflleer and did you save me that bit of straw berry stsorcakeSpiteful Iliitay First Pretty DarlingWhy does Dolly Tubbs put her hand up so Ire rjucntly to her forehead Does she suf fer from weak rhlSecond Pretty arllngXo my dear It Is a case of wens mind and a new en agemcot ring Ally Sloper A ClundLticlc Crop A croiirecontlv discovered in the grave ol the beautiful Queen Diffinnr is nuppoKd td keep away all evil influences There is no more evil influence titan ill health und there ini nothing which hat tp great a power to keep it away than llo tettcr a Stomach hitters It iU worth n hundred Food luck crosses to time titan or woman a 111 ic ted with dyspepsia talUllhoultlApitreclntctl- Wife ilohn let me tell you that U surely as you keep on in your present career just to iiircly will you pay for your indulgence pridrTlsanksdearprobity Ilonton Courser 4 liullri Cnn Wur Mimes Olll sane smnllor nftor using Allens Foot Kane a powder for thin foot It makes tight or new shoes easy Cures swollen hot swcaitniMiehinirfeit Ingrowing nails coma nod Inmlons At nilI druggist ami nhoo stnres iV FllKR bv tumult Address lrlilldUllkno Ie Uoy N Y lint Caller I have here several hills which amidIlardup I am sorry to tiny todayOili differ ence Illcall and pay them nt some fun sirlluhsdelphiaItccord Work for All Thousands of men are ranking good cages in the harvest fields of MimuMiU North and South Dakota Flint IK nuitti for thou said mure Half rates via the Jt eat Northern Itaihvay from St Paul Write Max Noss 2A South Clark Street Chieigo 111 Ioroim buster littlehoIna1 thnthernu11illiesthat sisi interposed Willie Theyio to let the pain out of courseilottomi Trav elcrshe llikl lrc rrlilli ii for Chill anil FoverU aliottlo of Guowe4Itsrctlss rmii TONIC Ills simply IronamlMUliiliicliiI iiUiMeltss lonu Nocuro no pay PrlfOiUt- Tlu Co in in on Inlo Like everybody else the stn waved arrive nt the shore In great ntvle but they go away broke Pliiloltlphia Hcvoril 9o Carr a Chl In One 11 vy Take I ixiitlvu Hromo Qiiinlno Tablets All drggtstsreftnauaaneyf It nlhlto cure 5c Ye have often wondered that women do not have their kitehen dresses made AH low socked as their party thirsts It would cer tainly be cooler in working ovei a hot stove Atchison Globe lice now Ilishop Joseph S Key wrote We pave your Teethimi Teolhiiip Pow der tn slur little grandchild with the hap piest reoiilts The fleets were almont nuipienl soil certainly more satisfactory than Jinything we ever nnd If loc had any sense nf liuinor it would Utinh li at liKkmitlih mill mure at girls little litwtliii Detroit Juurnnl Kcmcmhcr these farts morn for your money ICM truuble to uw and rush package colors all doers Putnam Fadeless Dyes told nt 10o per packapo high idolls nee perhaps IIFllIlujhlr for as iiiurli peKNiniiHiii an are torpid bvcrf on the whole Detroit lotniml PIKOS Cure for Consumption relieves the ronst nliKtiniite conshsRe ID thuds inueller Itximiluuu10leb Jl 01 How Harry To show her how little he eared lot t he ptnt every ecnt shoe had Answers Stall tnlnrrli Curt Is a Coiutitutiunal Cure Puce 7Ce r- Ltftt Td MKS rixxiAk HO NoJ II DEAR Sins PiNKirAM For tomb limo I have thought of writing toxyo to let you know of the great benefit t Mrs Johnson Saved from- Insanity by Mrs Pinkhan have receiveti from the use of Lyclta E Pink hums Vegeta l lo Compound Soon after the birth ofmy first child I commenced to have spells with my spine Every month 1 grew worse anti at last bvcniuo so bail that I found I was gradually losing my mind 11 The doctors treated mo for female troubles but I got no better Ono doctor told mo that I would be Insane I wits advised by u friend toglvo Lydia K PinlchnmH Vegetable Compound trial and before I hall taken cult of the flrtTt bottle my neighbors noticed the change in stir U 1 huvu now taken five bottles nnd cannot llml words KUlllcicnt to pniUe it I ndvisu every woman who IssuiTering front any female weakness to give It n fair trial I thank you for your good medicine =slits GKirrnuoii M JOUN BON JONIIIUOIO TKXA8 Mrs IVrklna Letter II I hull female trouble of nil kinds lad three doctors but only grew worse I began taking Lydia K Pinkhatnn Vegetable Compound nail Liver Pills and used the Sanative Wash nod can not praise your remedies enough Mus KFPIK PKUKINS PKAUL LA Whisker Dyed A Natural Blackby Buckinghams Dye Irlee M rents of all dmitftUti or it 1MUIII Co Nathus NIL F 1C I Vnnllln Cu IitUctMoney Making Outfit rn-pawtlenrrrIrtetorl 0 r pIIt4 t rnlhtinstin prata j I IEDUCATIONAL TUG UNIVERSITY OF NofRCDAME NOTHI DAMO INDIANA I CUnMcK letters Ucnnomlca snot History JournalUm Art Science Pharmacy Law Civil Mechanical and Illrctrlcil Unalneerlnz Architecture Thorouuh Preparatory nod Commercial Courses lccli laMlcit utiiilmU at ixrlnl tales Room Ilree jiinlnr or fnnlor Yinr Coltcnialc Courses Rooms tn Rent imxlrrnte charge St lidwnrdn hall fr tilts wider 13 The 56th Year will 11111 September MhlHpp Catatu uses Tree Address MIV A MOHKISSIJY C S CIresldents NEW HAMPSHIRE MILITARY ACADEMY1rpiiiriii Stir tliirirnnicnl AiiiitiiiilrnniitltiiUririii Kutf Ciininiirtlal tunrMt IFIuIAINON K IIYATl lfi I t WIST N II- ntlSIM SS I DtlCAItOV I HI r Write fur inrt Icultiri- iU HIIIMU liirrr Hilirlir Srlmnl NirlMUllril U A N I KK 1773 1vnt wII IItie 1 u tIlsttINIIp- luse tote Hint you mv the AdrertlW in cut In tliU pupor u ar For Infants and ChildrenInBoars Use Tho For Signai lo Ovir Thirty Year r SThe Kind You Have Always Bought TNcfMTIYM rOMMM rr Mp1TaITMM fOlm CITY oJm UMt5WfitoX MWffl WkyS3jUSRI3t5n I f IIf f WIN HESTER I j Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells LEADER loaded with Smokeless powder and Ie NEW RIVAL loaded with Black powder Superior to all other brands for- JUNIFORMITY RELIABILITY AND STRONG SHOOTING QUALITIES Winchester Shells Ire for sale by all dealers Insist upon Ii having them when you buy and you will get the best I To cure or money refunded by your merchant so why not try it Price 5Qc 1 at I1 0 J li diJ 4- aJ t y H j i t r 1 I i tr i 4ii ak- y rr 1jK i s i 1- i rrr Y 14- f Ref W Syluoarx + r rrpaA L LIII- r j I h i t I i a 1 tf tr 3 fiHE HERALD SPENCER COOPER EJitor HAZEL GREENS KY THURSDAY August 21 1890 THAT tho Loxington Doinocrntic convention way u roprcsontnlivo body of men can not bo gain Bayed by Goobol nor his most ar dent supporters Its probable ef foct upon tho political kalcdioscope of Kentucky howover remains for the future to disclose Both Brown imd Johnston an neon of magnet ism and with tho following thoy thero displayed wo shall not bo surprised to see that they cut a considerable swath in tho next state election Tin TICKKT For Governor JOHN YOUNG BROWN Jefferson County For Lieutenant Governor MAJOR P P JOHNSTON Fuyette County For Treasurer JOHN C DHOEGK Kenton County For Auditor FRANK A 1ASTUKR Caldwell County For Attornov Geii ral- LA1VItENtE P TANNER Da vies County For Secretary of Slnte- CAIErAlN E L HINES Wnrrcn County Superintendent Public Instruction DR EO GTEIWANTJessninino County For AfrlculturcJVANDIVEERCiitdwcll County Chairman of the State Central and1 Executive Committee Capt W U Sweeney of Marion county SlntentInrgeCaltEt 8TATK TXTUAJ roMMITrKP First DistrictR E Kelly Fulton countySecond Uistrict John O Byrne Hen I countyThird C II Ryan Logan countyFourth TnylotFifth District Arthur Wallace Jef countySixth WashingtonCnmlbcll Seventh District Win Limliey0ven countyEighth DistriclTII Grimes Mercer countyNinth DistrictJ G Gillespie Nich olas count Tenth District W T Tyler Montgomery county Eleventh District W O Newell 1u laslti county STATE KXKCtmVK COMMITTKi First District Leo Andrews Uallard countySecond IlopkinsThird DistrictA L Harris Barren countyFourth BreckInrhlgoFifth DistrictDr J W Ulnoton countySixth Dr Geo Guinea ClnyFnvcttecountyEighth Charles II Buck countyNinth 1 F Womnck Green up county Tenth DistrictS II Patrick Breath itt county Eleventh Districtlames G Rollins Bell county W P Nonius who a year or so since started the Cnmpton1nm1Lr which ho published somo six months has again entered the newspaper field at tho same place this time with tho Campton Bugle a sixcolumn folio the initial num bor of which has boon received at this office Wo welcome it to our exchange list and hope it may have bettor success than tho form er venture There will bo n big meeting at Sandy field next Sunday and dinner on the ground It TUB HERALD will hereafter be printed on Thursday morning tho date of publication instead of Wednesday tho day beforo andj wo hope our correspondents anti other friends will bestir themselves to help us make tho paper bettor than over before THK turn of tho tido seems to 1 pin favor of tho BrownJohnston ticket however much the ndhoj rents of Mr Goebel may gainsay the situation and some of the Kenton county candidates warm est friends think Browns proposi tion should bo accepted to secure harmony and success Thosituaj tion is indeed grave and ho is a wise man who can foretell the fu ture But just now it looks liko tho Republicans will reap the ro ward of the rupture in our rinks TilE Hon Jos C S Blackburn is in our humble opinion pursuing an unwise political course in stumping tho state for Mr Gotbel As a man and a citizen it is but right and proper that ho should stand by his friends but looking at it from a political standpoint circumstances considered it seems to us that ho jeopardizes his chances for tho U S Senate every time hu speaks Mr Goobol is tho nominee for governor but the opposition to him and tho manner in which he secured his nomination will hob up and in bobbing up they are likely to butt Mr Blackburn off the bridge FiiKNciiuiiiu KY AugJ3 1890 DiAit Srlsci- Dont 1 bo so devilish exclusive Put the Agitator down on your list and tend me the two last iissues if von have them Yours fraternally L1 tlOVKUMAIE Exclusive Why my dear boy 1 would no more think of barring you tho benefits of tho dear old HKKAIU than 1 would ofmissing a mealI No Lonnio dear while there iis much uclat about us we include in our circle your dear self and wo regret exceedingly that you should have missed a sin glo issue Ono of tliiin however wo also missed but henceforth you shall havo it promptly n Browns Proposition- II have a proposition to make I sayVote0 will lose a senator and wo lose Mr Bryan Gentlemen in fortyeight hours you can relieve tho situation Withdraw your fraudulent tickett turn tho question back to tho free Democracy of Kentucky Kot thorn assemble in convention I will not permit my namo to go before that convention Applause Select a clean and honest ticket and give us a united harmonious Democ racy with ono Hag and wo will all likea band of brothers go march ing on linked arts in arm to victory against time common fOOtAp plause 1 hero no ambition to servo You hold boforo you as inde pendent man as Over you looked upon anti pardon mo for speaking so much of myself I do it because I have boon so much I have no axes to denouncedI those men want party harmony if they do not value solfaggrandize mont more than the election of a United States Senator and the safety of tho state for Bryan let uponthom anydayhas tho right to speak and in an hour after I got such notification I am no longer n candidate for Governor or any other ollico A voice No L it N in that Lot mo ropoat it and emphasize it Within an hour after I got that notice I am no longer n candidate for governor or any other office within tho gift of mono There is gontlomonif I fortyeight hours It PUTXAM Co W VA Aug 699 Mr Editor please send mo a copy of your paper and tho price of it I want namePleaseJAMES A BYRD toff Putnam County W Va Sales of Hoods SarsaparillaI IThe largest In the world because by Roads ftirxnpnrHIa arc wonderful perfect permanent I j I Hoods Pills are the list family I cathartic and liver inulii inc 251 I i liclltMo pcrK niof n mrcbanlral or Inventive mlnjI dtilrlQf atrip to the 1arU Kxixmttlun with gooI naaROttenetwriteThe 31 l I it ti 1 j i 98iI i IIIII I I Manufacturers in America I OUR GREAT OARCAIN OFFCRI i 5DOYS ADONIS 1ants FOB and I 2e- we 16Pay CxpruieII Three Salti ue l trimmed with rut block Stem the butr workman ship tot Double Breaitci Stets j top 7tD rataltbSilk Embroidered Sailor Callar la to 13 rear with out SalUr Collar All raukslPataslWaltaandWt send piecf tb cletb nod alto button with tub tall klodlj Biotlaa If Urge or small for aft Waofl rdarlt ead Pt sicEepree a Waj Orders HctUUrtd IrtUia ale air at last birthday- sad U lade er aatall Itt kU ait Moatt hMrfall rofaado4 If lot stlefactry SM lie Uaipa frsamples tape aiioMrt aitaMrlai etc t + ti s 1 Anyone eendln aketch and dtcrlpUnn mIl quickly lcerlIn our opinion tree whether an Invention la jimrmbly pntmtuble Communlcn lion strictly rUlllhhmllL Handbook on IntenU ccurintrpntentirati tv ifteM notltt without charge lu the Scientific Jfticricait A handsomely Illustrated weekly luirtcst clr rulntton of any nclentinc Inurnnl Terms f3 A year four months IL Sold by all ncw iipalor MUNN Co36 Bfoad J New York Branch Office C2S K BU Wajulnnton U Co ROSE DA VIS THE BIacRsntitns AND o j WagoQIl1aRersIo I Have no time to write an ad this week but desire to announce that they are still at the old stand and ready and willing at all times to do any work in their line for cash or prompt paying customers Those indebted to the firm will please he considerate enough to j call and settle at onceIas we need money to run our business and must have what is due us tsfcayour own debts Groot C ifH INC Sol At ti Louis Gus Sirnus LEXINGTON KY s Beautiful Cassimere Suits at 504 Beautiful Blue Suits G A R style at 50- I Genuine Imported Blue Serge Suits at 1000 Best 25c Underwear in the World Department Kentucky and the world 1 products Clothing of all United States Goods Auction I I4i I thirty years isj 1 I Ii LAMPSOurI keep on Clothiers hand plenty of feedf i f n distance who may desire 1 at reasonable ratesjJ l tS 1Ia a I I convenience and accom j of the nay House at L Inrk Hotel at Torreut1j nearby two firstclnss livery j will keep buggies saddle 1 1j for hire at till times Per 1 vehicle to meet them Jlhone me and have ntII or saddle horse promptly have a lull supply of hacks jI I11crs which will be in 1 the day for any length of I J will be met at tither IIIA 1 Taal p ensure iu ship guests nt L Park Hotel DAY CCCCCCCO JOHN M ROSE DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE This week invites your attention to tho finest line of lamps over brought pnrlordiningthoywill willfindf I 1 t r i 111 I i 1 fL J11skG C c l fr It r I The Currency Question iI g a If COMMON GROUND proportion Upon Which All Antt Jonoltlt II lit Cnn In llt1bollrh the Gold StamlnrU While it is always difficult to secur harmonious cooperation between ills 1ant and separate political organiza tions there are times when this co operation is both wise and necessary Ju the campaign of ls0l the democrats popullsta nod silver republicans iinitcc in demanding the immediate vest ora tion of independent bimetallism at tin existing ratio of sixteen to one ant they agreed in declaring that the moo ey question was of paramount impor tance at that time The question anti arises Should these three politlca organizations act together in the eon gressioual campaign I answer without hesitation Yes Those who an Bwcr o must assume the burden oi proving ilrst that cooperation was un wise In ISJO or second that condition have so changed as to make unwise now what was wise then TIi defeat that befell tits allied forties aloes not prove cooperation at that tine to have been unwise unless it eon be shown that some one party would have been nitre fIIIISS fill than if we combined Cooperation dues not contemplate aban donment of putty organization or the surrender of any political principles not is cooperation defended on the ground that the platforms of three parties are identicalI I Campaigns gen erally turn upon a few Issues some times iiimn one and events do much to determine which issue shall most ab sorb public attention IIf the demo rats populists soul silver republicans were agreed upon hilt one question that might be important enough to justify cooperation although the purr tics UtTercd On nil other subjects but those who advocate the union of tit principal reform forces against the I 0111 II hill enemy can point not to ont but to a number of reforms which are demanded with equal emphasis by dem ur rats populists and silver republicans FiltThl tilt unalterably opposed lt gold II- ilIOlIlIThtIIt1II1I1111 the immediate restoration of bimetallism at till pres crt ratio by the independent action of this country c Third They oppose the retirement Of the greenbacks 1nurlhThey oppose the issue of pa prr nluuuy iy nntiofnl iattlcs Fifth They oppose tit issue of in terestbearing bonds in time of pewee Sixth They favor tilt abolition of trusts Xashville Tenu Democracy GOLD STANDARD BLESSINGS How the TriinlN llriictll tin Icuiilr An A v tn nl Sinn pic of the 1roccnN As a sample of how the gold standard trusts are a good thing for till people the following will shuts A Clinton blacksmith received a catalogueI front a Chicago house the first of the year Je did not have occasion to order goods from that house until last month when he ordered goods amounting to J sending n draft for that amount with order The goods came mot there was an add tional amount of ti5atidvd- to the price on account of the increase in prices on account of the blessings that come from the workings of the gold standard and other Mark llanna IpiNiciples of government Here wits u little over 1151 per cent added to the cost or over onethird more than the same artily would have cost before the trusts on the goods were formed Xow does any sane person suppose these goods would be sold to the con fcunncr at the same price theysyould had the catalogue price been adhered to Of course the blacksmith made his price to his customer just 113 per cent higher than he would have done before the trust raised the price So that the reader though he be as big nl fool as the horse that swam the river to get a drink can see that the consum er7thc lust one to buy the articles has to pity the Increase in price caused by the trust In this cause if the black Htnith would do a piece of work where It was necessary to use all the goods bought at the time referred to he would be compelled to charge 315 more than lie wool T 1tvt months ago and yet get no more for his labor than he would be fore the reign of trust prices Here is a lesson for the consumer that is so plain that he cannot help seeing the effect of the gold standard trusts no matter how blind he tries to be It will fitly apply in every case where the trusts and combines have raised the price On plows the increase was 15 per cent making n plow that cost 20 before the trust wus formed cost 23 As the farmer Iis the Inst one that buys the plow he pays his 3 more and never gets it back Before the farmer buys the plow each one who sells It adds 3 for the extra cost there tore Kdng nothing But the farmer being the consumer gets the full ben efit of the gold standard blessing and yet wonders why it Is he makes so little money when he works so hard CUfttou IlL Register PLACING THE BLAME The Trust h the Nnturnl OfTprlnB ol the AviMirMvd Gold Stnnilnril The more we see of the trusts titless of bitterness do we feel toward these institutions We believe in lay bog the blame where it rightfully belongs The trust condition is the nat ural offspring of the accursed Emil alto gether abominable gold standard It la not tight therefore to visit the sins of the wicked father upon tIll legitI mate progeny We would crush the headof the golden viper as we would that of any other venomous serpent and we would foster the germ of good that undoubtedly exists in the trusts for the benefit of all the people The gold standard is so silly so suicidal so abominably unjust tad wretchedly and Irreirievnbly wicked that we can not think of it with nay degree of pa tience It hi the abomination of deso 1st ion the pestilence tint wulkcth in the night the slayer of innocent wom en and children till wickedness that wholly wicked and altogether vile Hut there is some good in the trusts The children are better thin the father anti such good as there iis in them we would preserve and foster fcr nil Ililt people We would establish by law a certain date in tthe future when and whereon every trust then in existence or to be thereafter orpinized together with all its franchises and assets should be come ptblic property and be operated by the government for the good of tu people Nor would we make the date very fur in Ithe future The people now on earth who hove Buffered from the operation of the trusts ought to have vfHiic of the benefits Yet we would tint be so unjust as to confiscate trust property without giving them a chance to reform The people arc not wholly 1tlllllllhlIln this trust lIIut tel They hire stood by and permit ted scoundrels ami thieves in high places to debate the ruin of the realm which debasement has led to the formation of the trusts 111 the people have committed the sin of omis sion in refusing to administer legal jiinitfhmcnt to the traitorsI whodcbased the ruin and established the single standard And new if we stiller a little for 15 crown sin we must not com plain Atonement comes through site rifice Let us therefore give tthe trust time a little time to prepare for the lily of settlement then if they foil to heed the warning let them do the rest of the sit tTerihIIg Moreover the tOIl stitution forbids the enactment of ex post facto laws We cannot create it crime out of something tint was not pletbo115lyyriininuli lint in order that no more trusts may IIP bred let us garrote the gold stand arilI and forever put an end to tilt na tional minks Mississippi Valley Dem ocrat INFAMOUS PROPOSITION To Mnki I illicit Mnli blind PnjnhU- in iolil Oilier tIlt Included In Schrnic The meeting of republican isietu hurt of the senate finance committee in Xcv York recently to consider tIlt currency bill drawn up by the house eimeiis com mittee on the currency resulted it i14 understood in the hill being handef over to Senator AldYleh to be furthei considered with other senators lieI in to go through the hill carefully confer with some of his colleagues thud report litter to the ohcr members of the com mittee IIt is gathered that there is now it slight difference of opinion bet w cen individual members of the house and the senate committees over the finalI ami formalI enactment into law of the principle of the gold standard It Is believed thin the outcome will be an explicit declaration in favor of the gold standard P is said that some members of the joint committees were inclined to avoid mailing declaration upon tins subject but strenuous opposition has been mule to such a policy The oppo nents of evasion pointed out it Is said that the republican party is recognized as the advocate of the gold standard and might as well go on record once for all These men advised in favor of draw ing the financial issue right away antI placing the republican party irrevoc ably idol unmistakably upon the side of the gold standard as the standard of round money The advocates of a bolt policy in this regard cited the experi ence of the republicans with the popu lists When the popullstic craze was at height therewere republican politicians who would have coquetted with the populists Hut the iollcy of the party us finally adopted was to regard a popu list as an enemy A kind of Donnybrook Fair motto was adopted of wherever you see a populist bead hit it and the policy was eminently successful It It now urged that there should be no co quetting with the question of the gold standard but that the party should come cut in the open and make the fight under an explicit declaration National Watcnmasu DEMOCRACY ALL RIGHTI rlre Sltiintlon In Georgia Is Tytilcn 01 That In tit Democrat ic Slates Congressman James M Grlggs of Georgia while In Washington was askes to contribute something to the lostbureau of political information Thii the Georgia congressman very rcadllj consented to do and in terms brief rt terse anti yet admirably clear hevrn eeeded to set forth the political tdtun tion In Georgia which ranking due allowance for local conditions Is the sij ration in all the naturally democratic states Congressman Grlggs informed the Posts reporter that sIr llryan will lihve a solid delegation front Georgia ntt the next national convention thus tin distinguished democratic lender iis a popular in Georgia I ini ISOH as he was in 1SOC and that he is held in the sauu high esteem all over the south thus there Is small likelihood of Ithe presen tation of nayOthtr name to the con vention and that tin Chicago platform will be run Ilh nntl and additional jnank condemnatory trusts added To Uib the Georgia congressman aided tin statement that while it is entirely tot won to make any predictions as to Ithe result of the next presidential struggle he does not regard the prospect as ad verse to the democratic party On tht contrary he declared there Is gooil ground for believing that the party will succeed With M leader like 1111111 II lie confident of hclllg on the right slit ol all the great questions of the day with sixteen to one the leading issue the democracy was never in better shape to prosecute a vigorous campaign Novo that Is Ithe kind of talk wo like to see democrats indulge in says the At lanta Constitution ItI hits thy right ring and moreover has till advantage of being true There are a few pessi mistic democrats to be found willing enough to take otT their costs and get down to business whenever they art called on but are temporarily overawed by the braying of brass bands and the successes of till money power as shown in this formation of trusts To dtjibt till success of democratic dot trills Iis to doubt the capacity of the jrcope to govern themselves They may ut some untie or other reach the point where they will succumb to tin power and iinfluence of money combi nations This is possible hot tint prob able and until this surrender Is defi nitely and formally snack the demo cratic party representing the true in terests of the people will always have a good prospect of success We agree with Congressman Griggs that there is no good ground for believing that the party willj succeed in the nextI cam paign It cannot be possible tint the aggressive movements in tIlt direction of ccntralintli n movements which embody all the most vicious founts of uttaeks on the peoples IlIhItStsIIIt IO go tin thukcd It cannot be possible that the voters are to permit Ithemselves to be misled into following false lend ers and indorsing false issues Mr llryan III his speech nt the banquet given In his honor by Atlanta demo crats declared tthe truth when he said that the democraticI party is nearer Ithe principles of Thomas IctVcrson today than it lists been since its orgnniznllots- Anil he uttered another great truth when he said that the Chicago platform IH the platform of the voters mid not of the leaders We stir willing to admit th it the campaign of next year will put the principles of Thomas letTerson to the test of their popularity ini this conn try We have as II were reached an otlier crisis in the history of this got ernment timid the people are to be called on to choose between the principles of democracy and the doctrines on which n centralized plutocratic governmentI Is based The ISMICS sire to be more leanly defined in HMD than they were in isort timid the voter who unit be de ceived as to his duty toward himself and his neighbors does not deserve to enjoy the blessings of democratic gov ernment We hoer hUll such crises In our history before as all studentst know but at the proper time at the appointed moment the people have always given M verdict in their own favor Wad against tin allied and plutocratic Interests of tit money power Krrr Speech iirtnll cl This military weapon against free ipeech seems to be very much liked by resident McKlnley in the colonies es pecially In the Philippines where noth ing in the nature of current events in iillowud publicity there or in the United States The Atkinson affair shows that the Washington government would not hesitate to employ Gen Woods meth ods in this country if it dared In fact not a few organs of the administration urge the president to put n stop to newspaper criticisms on his foreign policy on the ground that they give aid and comfort to the nations ene nits It is but a short step from n Santiago or Manila newspaper office to a news paper office in the United States and there In no doubt at all that the admin istration would like to take that step It docs not need a very close observer 9f current events to see that thus pres dent and those machines are taking ads rantage of every opportunltl to central ize the political power of the country In the white house They seem to have reached the lese mnjcste stage of the tame altcat11Aan1al Citj Tim WHERE THE BLAME RESTS MeKlnleya Snptinrtcra TrJlnlr tt Shift the IMilllniilBc Failure on to Cunirrcu prestdentthe campaign in the Philippines and for the deplorable condition of our troops there hail congress authorized a larger nrll1It Is said the insurrec tlon could have been crushed long ago lint congress on the 1st day of March passed the bill authorizing the enlist meat of 13000I volunteers to increase the army to 100000 The president u not avail himself of this authority un til the 5th of Julyt although It haul long been obvious that our forces in Luzon though lighting superbly were gaining no lpermanent advantage Was congress at fault for this Bin torlness t Was nnyboify except the Ares ident to blame for plating and cot liming in command ut Manila a third rate general who Insisted that ilOUOU soldiers were all he needed anti who sent bulletins steadily from February i o the collapse and suspension of lift campaign announcing victories and re pealing assurances thatI the Filipino forces were disintegrating and that thet loaders were preparing to sue for tpewee Who except Jlelihsleytniless1 I It be Alger or orbits his military advisers Is responsible for Otis tutu for leis in adequate force Other supporters of Mr MeKInlcys war of nnbjugation declare that Aguin oldo has been encouraged by the opposition in this country to the presidents policy Could anything be more silly titan this lias Filipino resistance to tyranny for two ccnturcn needed nay outside stimulant to keep it alive If the president had sent a competent gen eral and an adequate army to enforce his edict would tiny amount of crib cism have preventedI tthem front sweep lug Aguinaldo into the sea The plain truth Is that the deplora lilt situation in thet Philippines is whol Ily due to 11ItMcKlnleys unauthortxcd unAmerican and unfortunate procla mation of sovereignty and demand for submission and to the weakness Ithin wobbling wad the perverse fatuity which have chanictcricd his conduct lof the war Any attempt to place the blame elsewhere will be as futile as it is fllollshX V World THE TREASURY DEFICIT Ircienl InillcallotiN Art Thnt n- oalr lloiul taros Will lie iccftnr In spite of tht best 1ItIIlIlI t IiIlg of Ithe shrewdest manipulators the deficit for thu year just closed reaches nearly 110001101 This inI spite of the re markable tlood of Imports which has caused the custom house receipts to in crease greatlyl This showing is nearly 5000000 huller than was exported by Secretary tinge sixI monthsI ago SIC retary tinges estimates of receipts for thet next fiscal year were considerably higher than his estimates of receipts for the year just closed He counted on lJ5000non from customs and J70000 000 from internal revenue for the pres cat year and on U0500iil from cue toms nn112S000o00 train internal rev enue next year It will be seen that it the customs receipts only do as well next year as they have haste this year they will come up to his estimates while the internal revenue receipts will have to increase 1L 000 to equal his prediction BothI of these items depend so largely upon the business condition of the toothy that it Iis imposshlu to predict how the final account will stand The only hopeful source of decrease IsI in the pension account while the expenses fur Will will mount higher and higher The deficit for this year eats so heavily into the hoist IIssue that another year cannot go by without an other issue While we contemplate with regret the enormous deficit we are re minded of the fact Unit the republic ans ascribed all industrial ills to thu deficit u few years ugoUtlcu Ob crver Tho deficit in the United States treasury Is greater thUD it was when he addressed his tremendous wisdom to till administration of affairs The extraordinary war tuxes have moro than provided for the war expenses but still Mr McKlnley has run the gov ernment behind 60000000 for the year just expired The president distinctly jeclnred at the beginning of his admin titration that there could be no itos perlty in business while the govern neat was running behind It follows as night the day that if we have prosperity mod happiness they nre in pile of Mr McKlnley and not on nc iount of his efforts Cincinnati En qulrcr The republican party Is begin ning a defense of trusts all along the line The explanation laeasy It will not be long before contributions will be wanted for another campaign and the usual source of supply must be lire served Indianapolis Sentinel Mr Hunna says that no matt need go hungry in the United States He probably has reference to the nour ishment derived from licking revenue tamps It is our chief diet aowpdaya Columbus Ir lerottJ Lif PERSONAL Alii LITCRARYt Charles Asshcton a Sheffield poliot titan has written an excellent history of Welsh literature Gov Itooscvult believes good health a duty lie exercises regularly and hat his children go through a regular courso of physical training Joel Chandler Harris has never seen n play fitted The only time he has vU Ited a theater has been to hear a read hug by James Whlteomb lUlcy A Boston dally is said to have quoted The Charge of tho Light Ilrlgade In full and to have given credit as follows A Tennyson In Arkansaw Ga zettePresident Oilman of Johns Hopkins has to dp a vast amount of writing and it is he says a consequence of this that his hand is the despair of correspond cuts and typesetters lie dictates very little being more at home with the pun in ills own hand Kiplings power of absorbing details Is said to he wonderful He questions anti examines draws tumid sketches tin til Ill huts n complete command of the technicalities of a machine an engine or anything that hu is studying Hu has been known to hunt up a mechanic after a months to veVify his notion of the working of n valve etc lames M1 Barrie finds recreation in writing nursery verso which getter ally includes some very clever hits at his many literary friends among whom it is circulated in manuscript Tim latest example represented George Mer edith rind his admirers as the famous old lady and her family who took up their abode in a shoe The illustrations try Mr Harrics own and are said to be quite clever- PHILOSOPHY OF THE NUN The I Ktli Slnltr with the Sat Uut Peaceful Incp TnlUn of Her IMiiclil Ihtiy 11 fp Twos little nuns with placid faces framed in bands of while and long flowing veils enveloping them like black clouds were traveling In a LofTg Island train the other tiny Jt wits very warm so Inch tool a seat near a trim dow instead of sitting together Ono little nun looked sad She sighed gen tly and her eyes looked suspiciously bright as she lingered her wooden rosary An inquisitive fellow passen ger took the seat beside her and ven tured to remark about till weather The sad little nun smiled wistfully and admitted tint It was warm hilt added tint II was pleasant in the ears when the breeze blew Then site subsided Into silence and the prying fellow passenger spoke again She spoke of the convent at Deep Wood and asked If IIhy little sister lutes anything about it I went to school there said tho little sister hut I am at JSIankton Have you ever hen there The in quisitive passenger said Ithat slue hind many friends among the Hlankton con vent girls and recalled some of their mimes The littlet sister knew most of them and asked eagerly for news of tthis one and that one who hud been her pupils in the long ago It IH a very happy life said tutu little nun when the prying passenger had told her what a struggle it hail been our her to decide whether slits wanted to take the veil of the church forever or a veil of white tulle for a day We see nil the troubles of the world hilt sire shielded from them Work wo have in plenty but no care or worry We art too busy to be lonely and it keeps one young tau sweethearted to be always young people watch fug their minds thud hearts unfold When a little girl who hiss grown up under our ryes leaves the convent It IIn sod for IIH One might think that among so many one might not bo missed but each one IH like a favorite rose In a flower garden anti its place takes a long whilo to refill When they ionic hack to see UH pretty and happy we are glad but when they marry ami are not well mated when their ehildrea die and Thy Will llu Done IH heard to my then I wish them safe in the peace ful community away from the world and Its weariness Thu little nun looked out of tho car window across the green fields where water like sparkling blue ribbons wound In and out of the green marshes tier fuse was as fresh as a rose and her tleep blue eyes shone like the mlrr m of a serene soulS 1 Commercial Advertiser Liked III Whisky to Har Two negro laborers who hind been at work all the morning carrying brick and mortar to the workmen on a new building in South Washington wera overheard recently discussing the im portant matter of locating the beat whisky They sat In their dusty overalls pulling their pipes at the end of the midday meal- Brother Simon said one in a medi tative tone whar does yo usually gif your drum Well Brother Ilastus most in gea erally I buys my liquor at Mlstah OUR i Jones Why does you ax me that ques thou Cos I gits mine at Mister Dill Car beys I wouldnt drink none otkstcole stale whisky of Mister Jones Mri rCarbey he makes his fresh every 4ayfc v mad It burns aa U goes YbiiaaiaJta V 0 M tU U wa1tWW toy xNt 1 1 s 4 FarF- t O 7 1 tr 1 a t t l i 94a x- li 1r l 1y 7INf1 r I r l i 1r 1 f i c tc I i t- ii I FF- E I E 4M I w tM y = y WHO IS Women as well as men nro TOmAde mUerubfo by kidney bladder trouble Dr BLAME Kilmers Swamp Root the crcnt kidney remedy promptly cures At irugglHta in fifty cent nod dollar sizes You tray have H mnnnlc bottle by mail free also pRphlll telling all nlwut It Addrttw Dr Kilmer it Co Bingbnm ton N Y FOR OOVKRXOIl WILLIAM A GOiSULK 9 of Ken ton County VQllMBUTKXAXT QOYKKXOR l r 0 W iBECICHAMi of Nelson County von ATTOHXKV OKXH1IAL R BKECKINUTDGE of Boyle County you UnlT01lGU COULTKIl of Graves County Pelt TUUflLHFUS HAC5KH of Boy l County voIt SHOKBTAUY of STATE CALEB BllECKINUIDGE HILL of Clark County IKW OOMM13SIOXKU OK AORIUULTIM- tKJB NALL of JolVcrson County ioit SUIT OK ruiiuc IIXSTKITTION H ViMrCIIICSNEY of Livingston County Jon HKIMIKSKXATIVK 91Ar1 DIRT los11P HOSE of Wolfo County KOIl KA1LUOAI COMMIH8IOXKU COL A W HAMILTON of Montgomery County TblrtyIourtli Annual Snnihy School CJH vontlon Tho Aiinnnl State Convention of the Kentucky Sunday School Association will tie held in the First Presbyterian church LtwiHville Aug M 30 31 A most excellent program has been ar rnll II11llrilllli Lawrence general in ternational Kcritary U D loiJlI gen oralI Hocruitiry of Indiana i Rov Ueo 0 llichniun general secretary of Temieaaee slid mousyof the best speakers and moil earnest Sunday ndiool workers of tho programDrtKiAnw in the suite is entitled to ono delegate for onch hundred mcmbiM or fraction there of The county iIs entitled to ten at Inrco Minister are exntlicio delegates Entertainment will be provided for all accredited delegates on condition that their names are sent in ae soon as np pointed to Prof H K Taylor Beech mont Ky TUANBPOHTATIOX Tho railroads will give one and one thinl harp for the rmild trip on tho certificate plan Jliiy receiptfrostturn ticket for one thirt regular fare lhere was a large crowd in attendance ut the box supper at Bethel Saturday MnryttllggleIhi lloso and Willio Hash of Hazel Green The audience was pleasantly entertained by recitations from Mr and Miss KaMi both of which were rendered with such eloquence and grace that the people were spellbound with astonishment and admiration Misses Oliver and Kash IIpprednted plimented on their tplundid voices i the former on her silts null the latter on her noprano voice All present reported an enjoyable time MlIWAUKKH Aug 0 1830 SlENCKU COOPF11 Hazel Green Ky DEAN SmI would Ijko very much to procure a copy of yotif HKKAU and would thank you tom itk subscription rates on tho snma 11lhile traveling on the railroad frontlhaxington to Cincinnati n travel inc fcdmnnnloti showed me a copy of tho same and it was my intern lion at that tihie o writoyou but tho matter was forgotten Thanking you in advance I am yours truly t CHAUIKS EVANS 1J Milwaukee Wls OUOJI COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0iSTTo insure insertion Alicorres iiondetice must be in this olHce by IJIIIIUil night of each week and that nearbyin Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in duty and we want to say Unit henceforth they j will nut receive papers except for the week they have news letter We arc I dependent upon them for the news alldII when they fail to send in their they put us to great inconvenience I GILLMORE GLEANINGS I J Marion Ely hiss a very sick childII Mrs Lee Brooks is said to be no bet ter 11 B Little lust n fine mare n few days since kills d by lightning MrsI Tom Speiuier is visiting the fail ily of Junes Spencer on Still water Old Grit n Ely has just pascdwith atallin hanu tripping along to visit the family of Ilull J11 Kose on Lacy creek three miles from here stud considering it a light I roily willIII HIPU hoj the orrwiMijiiunct will come forward with a good batch of notes in next piper I gale you this week n bottle of all sorts There Iis considerable trouble through out the county over school but our school iis prospering finely The trustees employed Mrsl Nannie Kuh to teach the school and she tatighl ono month and now by mutual cotuent it appears that Mrs Nannie Cravens will teach it out if she so desires JHow suddenly the chnge and no one ollunded The well known old mule IetcI iis dead at the ago of i U or upwards out ixuctly known JIo was shirrcd iitul1 ownedby Theo1 Cnndill scud Mr Cundilis son Ial tells the writer that iete was older thou he was and that he Cal was burrs lSCU llo died the property of E W Minion llo never jumped the flnclIl but always laved it down and stepped over ho could come as near picking a II luck as sissy mule hortuur jack that ever nosed a gate latch J IItllt received letter from his i slaughter Lizzie Koider of Trenton N 1I in which slio hays she is well atislifd and wellI pltanvtt withi her new home She andhet hiilmiid IeoMiid kndcrtrli- ving in a three story brick building of ten rooms in the heap of the city of Trenton N J1 I with evervthiiitf that pertaining on earth to nuik Isle worth living This vicinity can but of having the oldest people anil tho must in number of nay other locality in the county con sideringits population Here comes noel Sam liaddtx sr binuini under tho weight of SH with Idol WIlL by his side ingot ii Next coin a her 111 Min ton agd 81 jcnr mud his wife aged itill Ne t c ines 0 d uncle II pry Pratt one of use ol lest piomo sot the county with I Ills walking stall in hand stooping down under tho weight of Sr years and last but not least here conies old grand mother Ely thu must active one in tIll I crowd to her age tripping along with I stall in hand sued holding up vigorouslyi at the advanced age of JS years sued seemingly bids fair to live many more There are a dozen or moro between the ago of GO to 70 years Aug IJW Uxcti KAMIS CAMPTON SPARKLES Miss Rachel Drake visitedi friends in Clay City last week A F Byrd and 7 T Hurst wero in Jackson lust week on legal business largologgingGeorge Hobinson had two mules killed by lightning on Mill creek a short time ago Letchcr Byrd opened his school on Monday lit llawos fork with a good attendance file annual camp meeting which was held at Bethel last Sunday was yell patronized Quito a number ot Camp tonitcs attended Tho public school part of the K W A hints commenced with Prof E E lilshop as teacher organizedSnbl a everySundayThe Campion Bugle has made its ap pearance and WV Norris who started the tanner does tho blowing Mrs J It Cockorham and sun Harvey have been visitingi relatives for several days last week in Shelby county Hud Tolsonhad hisshoulder dislocated last Sunday week by fallinj out ofn swing at the residence of Ike Tolson Rev II 0 Moore cloyed his confer ence term at this place on Sunday and generallyhopeanother terns Judgo Center who by the way is ono of Wolfo countys most progressive amt enterprising citizens Is litiUdliur a narrow gauge railroad from Little rjtnnel to Chimney Top where it will penetrate a fine holy of timber and coal lands projectorsAug First come first served i so march up and pay for TUB HKUAID a year ahead This secures that good paper the Farm Journal for tho balance of 1S9D and nit of 1900 1901 1002 and 1903 neArly five yens without any further pay Shall we hear from you within one week I J DsKDltThe Leading Specialists of America f 20 YEARS IN OHIO 250000 Cur- edWECURESTRICTURE Thnnwxml of prang no1 tnliMH fitfr d1 mcnaro troubled withtJU4 caj irry nncotifclutuly They may hMO n rmnrt ins ecantun rmall tl iiting ttrnlharp cuttinciirirsatI titnrhellghtdt EorganI nf nervous debility they linvo SlltK TITKK Dont IctdoctoMcxjicritnrnton you by e ittlnif retelling or ttarlut you ihi4 vrltl pot ciiroynu n it will rr turn Our NiV Mitt MUD illKAi MKXTI abforbi tho ttricturo UuChenreremorcatlertrictnrepcnnmm1 tly It can never return Xo jiain no cuffrr in iiti hate hail from luicincn by oar I mnthoi iijFiSHUitnii nreftrcnKth rue Tlii newel lire InvlporatcJ and the hits c t manhood rctur- neWlCVJRE r GLEET lhoatansof yung and 1IJllcncII men nro knlr their sexual Ijr runt vitality continually Mipfd tby till dl t t cio Tl cy are frequently uocentck u- sfthoeaocfthcaetatpinrf I icrirpli iMlTp + urTturl 11i +cbnrc VM IIt M h1hI Norv nine IIHT Mna i rv Itritiiiilitr nt time irmiriin7icu r jitlon Niinlcn Iyzt with dirk cirri J Weal Irk icnrnil Doprcthn Lnrk nt AiKiitior tsric oco tHmmfcin fart ur iliii and TJtl1Tm iT 1 r nnylottiocisc I onl emsult fmily r doctors 114 they Inve tii experience in J IV rinl dhalIIIt all t 3 jurrlt c itrlmcH on y u Consult R pocialia 11 hr mode n lif ebulyeft- it ti 111t Men niiliinni tIlr IW- HrlllJJ+ 11U ti71T tes- ttIn t tin ly euro you Ono tb uftnl r f vo neocpt fur treatment nnd itccnr Tna aJcrtcI r ceyl r t TEE4i r J VAltinuKU SYPHTTM UhKT4 SIKHrUllK IMIDTliNCY SIrllKTrp IINI iI NATnM isHAKd+ 11lilll11nndl 141111111tiirn + n 0 Y rttraIllti Kiiii HOOKS l iInl If unnhlo ti call vrrito for I IlI term isLi firr11u3117 T i J JENNEDylf t H KERGAN STREET O r r I1 Jcrll It uI Hair Store lve have in stock a full lint of flair Switches from 100 to 1000 etch wigsi lull sod Pulls l iiimdiur and Kinpirc Ioinlts nil styles of lair Iiusror Pts nail Waists fitted to the form Stamped LinenS at reduced prices Silk nt three 1t vents per skein COlOIUNKl lor clunaging tin linir to soy slnide SQOrdfrs by mnil will reecho priiiiit attention MIUS M A KKTCMlM tpptr and Church Sts Itxii ton Ky GIVES STRENGTH AND VIGOR f1 n 30 Days TrialThin marvelous tower exerted by my Klrctrle Holt e nct NlIl1nctllnducl8Inl to otter It to sutUrlnir wen on 3l1y NO am I that It will euro and that you will Kladly pay for Uiu un of It To wen win IIIITO tuittnrocl their toinnchu with drugs I want them to excrclRo thulr JntlKHment and eon + ldflr that Electricity l ttid KrwtU t iewer on earth Its un seen current puln alto unit tore Into whatever It tn1NII1Ifalls tocurii UheuniHtlfniIlAckiicheKldney Troubles Early Decay Night Ge+ es lack of servo Forc nnl1 LosttISVIAIZ rr FOI2 30 DAl Saud you will thou reallio wilT I hnvo iucli confidence todarforUt tltaonlala Sent inns In plain sealed envelope tnY8rtollUU Sheri srJ IjXG 1800 TREES PlANTSVINES Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Small Fruits Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Mlle employ no agents but soil nt reasonable pricos Strawberry nnd Tree Catalogues on npplicntion to II F HILLENMEYER LEXINCTON KY Phone 278 I rh + 14- i S 11- rt lii i HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY The fourteenth annual ses sion of Hazel Green Academy will begin on MONDAY Sept thoroughdiscipline PrincipalHazel THE MAN HOUR fl LCCCCCED MagnificentjIi Portrait of f itmbal elire1 IJ COLORSIJJ ititkill II bo published for us shortly It 1 being printed for us on heavy plntepnper in a form suitable forI framing by ono of the largest art lithogrnph houses in America in tilt famous French stylo of color pinto work Every American family will want one of these hnndsomo pictures of Admiral Dewey It must bo remembered that this picture will bo in no some a cheap chrrmo but will ho an example of the very highest style of illuminated printing It will bo an ornament to any library or drawing room Our readers can have tho Dewey portrait at what it costs us namely 25 cents per copy by merely filling out the coupon below and sending it to this oflico at once There will bo such a demand for tho portrait when it is published that wo advise sending order in advance As many copies as may be desired can bo had on one coupon provided 25 cents is sent for each copy Write name and address plainly Iud remit in coin or postngtjstamps- tr4ttV +Q W ttef M0eo0C b0494d0oo441oPOP4004940do4Po40C4POO 10o0444C f SfS T0 THE HERALD g I 1XVjx HAZEL GREEN KYIIj rX For tho enclosed remittance of IcC copies of the ADMIRAL DEWEY I a 1as described in this weeks paper colorsIJ IT x x r Name o Dato Addres J B ii O ffll T N tE 8 jENVELOPESaNOTEHEADStBILLHEADS LETTERHEADS z- ii SALEBILLS PROGRAMS f CIRCULARS CATALOGS MINUTES c cs We have Three Fast Presses a Power Paper Cutter and 40 Years i Experience enables us to Court Com parison and Defy Competition When you want PRINTING come and see us Respectfully c L SPENCER COOPER A HOFFMAN SON MANAGERS MT STERLING KY W H PIERATTSOLICITOR SOLICITORHAZEL KY HOFFMANPIERATT 1tJULUC + Ag n y Ii FIRE COlIPANIES REP11ESENTED kAzLoans negotiated nnd nil business of the mountains solicited u GREENE EMBRY CO Live Stockk Comihissioni Mordilantsr CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Long Distance Telephone 7356 FALL SALES GUARANTEED PTEH OF ALL KINDS NEATLY AND and promptly done at this office I 0ha + r Y g y 4 u- r r- Z 7- iIiiI iIM L 0 L d L i aI ka www srMwrd +Wo iMJ l f y n i tJaI J r l t K- II 1 s 1 C Ii 1 Ji i iiI i 1 3f 3I 3t 3i 3I i 1 f r t IjjI 3i I I 3f 3III f i i IIIi II i i I i jI J nightIf your liver is out of order causing Biliousness Sick Headache Heart burn or Constipation take a dose of roods PillsOn retiring and tomorrow your die gestive organs will be regulated and you will bo bright active and ready por any kind of work This has been the experience of others it frill bo yours HOODS PILLS are Gold by nil medicine dealers 25 cta 1 HE HERALD A FARM JOURNAL GTGJit From now to Dec 1903 Offer Noarly 5 Years By special arrangement laude with tho publishers of tho FAUM JotwxAii wo aro enabled to ofter that paper to cvory suliscribor who pays for THE HIft HAM one your ahead for only 100 both paporti for tho prieo of ours only our pa per ono yom and tthe 1KAKM Jouu XAI from now until December 1903 nearly 5 yours The FA KM JoiwxAL is nn old established pa por enjoying groat popularity ono of tho host and most useful farm papers published This ottnr should bo accepted without d lay Charley Hose on Monday bought 21U chickens tDr John Tnulheo reports the birth of n boy to MM Jnno Xickell near Days boro Nearly nil the young folks of our town attended the cninpnieetiiig near andtielll till Sunday Jim Fugnle a commerciaTtouriHt came into town Monday and tho afternoon in tcrvie wing our merchants It J IMcLin and fnmily have moved into the residence recently repaired and renovated for their reception Misses Alice MurphyI and Maggie1 Swanjo of Maytown were shopping at Hazel Green last week h Jim Isom and wife of color are visiting Alex and Harris lliggintf of this place and Iav horn I Dr Tnulbeo paid a visit tto Campion on Monday night last for the purpose of I having HIIJIIO injunction papers served I Ceo Rice was Minimtmed yesterday to Maytown to see a sick relative and re ports the patient much better this morn lug Miss Lillie Evans visitedi her grandparents Granvillo Evans and wife at Campion last Wednesday and Thursday Mrs Rannio Mackie of Mt Sterling tho eminent pianist who has been visit hog friends in this town returned home last week- Nat I Adams brother of Elder II D Adams of this place iis visiting here this week Mr Adams lives at Malone in Morgan county W H Nickell and hiss Lilian Patrick of Maytown were married Sunday last in Menefce county and Tin HKIIALD congratulates Mr Nickell t Taylor South of color who formerly f lived nt Daysboro but is now a resident of Montgomery county is visiting rclc- tivea and friends ill his old neighbor 11011V O Mho is running a new picket fence around tho Mnpoll property and tho old Trimble property which willI add very materially to the appearance of our town Elder II Adams baptized Kelly Gil laspie Saturday morning last at S oclock Kelly has the consumption and is criti cally ill not being able to leave his home There was a social one night last week at trio residence of Dr Mason Kaahuivcn by his daughter Miss Maggie in honor of her guest Miss Mary Oliver of Mt Sterling Clemmie tho little daughter of wid ower James Lacy of Lacy creek who has been sick with fever for two or three weeks past was reported Sumo hotter on Monday Mrs II J McLin and daughters Mary byMissesrived homo Thursday of last week after a pleasant three weeks visit at Torrent Moody Lacy who has been in the Philippine Islands sink forsometime ar rived at Sun Francisco about the first of August He was better at last ac counts and expected to be sent back to the Philippines or elsewhere to do duty in his regiment tho Twcntysocond in au try I The September number of Truth IU not only beautiful pictorially but Is brWu of entertaining reading matter some of tho articles being illustrated both IIn black and white and in color The American Artists Series is continue paInterCRatp1Hardettetho coming Paris Exposition There iIs also an interesting account of that humble personage the clam digger The various departments of tho magazine are well filled and it has the usual complement of handsome color psesIG II Stamper ono of the Board of Examiners for teachers ccrtficates give us tho following data There are at countylohas on its eligible list ft persons hold hog certificate in full force and effect mud 78 of that number hold first clna certificates How is this for high i Next Campton Bugle Be sure and read our great offer of Tut H KHAKI for a year and the Farm Journal for tho balance of 1899 nnd all of 1900 1901 1902 and 1003 nearly five years all for our paper alone Just walk up to tho captain office and draw tho greatest prize you overdrew Ira Day the coal miner is the prom papa of twin girls presented to Mrs Day on Saturday night tho 2Gth Om of the babies weighed 9 pounds 2 ounce and the other S pounds 2 Sauces Both urn healthy strong children Dr Nickell did tho honors CamptorSaturdayWillie Buchanan nnd waived examina tion The case came before Squire Bud Duff who held Tutt to bail in the suns of 500 in tho Napier case and 250 in the Buchanan case P1 Wells who canto homo Thursday from n visit to Bourbon county says tilt drouth there has played sad havoc with the grass and the ground inmnny places is so dry that it hits crocked open lie thinks the corn ClOp will bo n fail ure At the instance of Street Commissioner K M Long Judge Wheeler hus issued warrants against about 15 able bodied citizens who have refused to work the streets and they will be tried at tin regular term of the Hazel Green polici court Saturday September 9 A Mr Wrenn was n guest of tho Day I rouse one day last week He represent a wholesale drug house in the east some where and incidentally remarked that his house handled 3M kinds of perfu incry a statement which can be taker with or without salt Tho members of Mizpah Lodge F d A M No f07 are requested to be present at the regular meeting to be held Sntur day night next in their hall at this place as there will be business of importune to transact Elder H D Adams returned borne Monday from Wellington in Menefe county where ho preached the funeral of Ned Wells an old and highly respect ed citizen of that neighborhood who died last December There will be religious services held at the home of Columbus G llaspic in the Consolation neighborhood this Thurs day evening at tho usual hour the ser vices to be conducted by Elder Adams Prevention is better than euro lKeep your blood pure your appetite good and your digestion perfect by taking Hoods Sarsaparilla Hoods Pills net harmoniously with Hoods Sarsaparilla gentle efficient Indications are not lacking that If William Jennings Bryan persists in his intention of going to Kentucky to ad vance Gocbcls interests ho will get into the enemys country for certain Pitts burg ChronicleTelegraph Big John Wilson last week sold his house and lot on Red river above Days boro to Henry and Jim Wilson and has rented the property of Jno Burns Adams of color at Lee City to which ho will soon remove John H Pierattwent to Torrent Mon day to convey some boarders from the Springs and meet and bring home Miss Nannie Maples who has been visiting relations and friends in Powell county Mrs Willie Manker of West Liberty spent several days of last week with her aunt Mrs Lou Day of this place and returned homo Sunday accompanied by Mr hanker Boone Gilley and Howard Moore have moved from Hazel Green to Powell county George Baker from Lucy creek to Powell county and Tom Hall will soon move to Powell county Elder H D Adams will on Sunday next at 11 oclock preach the funeral of Sister Carpenter near the house of Will Ingram on Beaver in Mcnefco county father of the deceas- edDYSPEPSIA is the causo of un By taking Hoods Sarsnpnrilla tho digestive organs are toned and dyspepsia IS CURED The letter published in TilE HERALD last week from Terre Haute Ind writ ten by J II Swango he made a mistake in the word instead of Knrlsbad Egypt it should have been Karlsbad Germany The Enterprise Association of Baptists held their sixth annual association at Mudville on Big Canoy on Friday Sat urday and Sunday last and on the last thy tbcro was quito a crowd present MY MOTHERS orrr Within my trunk long treasured there A book I oft hire read Flora childhoods sunny data 10 fair In every path I tread No matter in what clime I roam Wherever I may be This holy book IIall Ive known Since mother rave it me How an I would upon her knee List to Instructions given As she would softly read to me About the path to heaven How I must drop these worldly cares Whilst on this road of love How I must shun the tempting snares To reach the city above Look at that mound the Hlllcs claim Head on that flawless stone My mothers pure and holy name Kugravcd there alone Twas her whose 1I0ullIs now above An angel In the skies That gape to me this book of love Then cnltny closed her eyes SAM WILSON Dont forget that you can have the CourierJournal or Dispatch and Tin HERALD ono year for only 125 cash in advance and besides we will send you the Farm 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Permanently cured by using DR WHITEHAIJ8 HIIEUMATIC CUBE Tho surest and the best Sample sent free nn mentton nl this publication TIn DIl WHITE HALL MEOIUMINE CO South Bend Indiana I RESTORED MANHOOD PILLSTbo great remt1 for nervous prostration anti all no ousdleaunt tbo KonontlTo ontans of either er neh1 Nerrous Prostration VM SrroriDlonta1sumption ami Infanltr tylthovary ordorwo Iyo wrltton auarI- lItMjOe1lroOlrefllnI tho sold at sjlee par box bosoi tor aJAee UK Muitm cuUmujuucu oiemretal Mi Q O E IIESWoll yos if you want tho beat COFFEE 11A SUGAR o6cf my placo is tho place tb purchnso Down woight and to guarantoot that nil goods are as ronroflontedfo two of thbt prinorleiwIlatest stylo dross goods notions toilot articloB t etc etc to bo found in Hazol Groon to which J invito tho attention c f the adios Romombor Weight and Worth aro guaranteed or your j money back lor tho asking JOHN M nOSE GREENE EMBBY CO- ts r LiTD Stock COl l MorgSr t p pi t j CINCINNATI UNION TOCK YARD Lug Biituot MiflMM+ 1351 1rALL LIIili iJk j r Y I a Y vrt vrt t rt I 1- I f r t r J I r 1 r ear itle fi ij T wr7r 7 v Z7 lyY t t l lrr r j II1 1 I i I i I i i f t 1 It t rit l gi- ii 1 t t tt B I 1 1 Ii- II I j 1 1t 1r t TII j r 4I I rw 1t L tiy i n aeespIve dlseue thou dIkTIdoa t knout ft If yOu wabt uickre ullngJPHy remedy At druggists la fifty cent IM dollar sizes Sample bottle by mail liNt also pamplot telling you how to nnd- out 3f you have kidney Jruuble- AddrMI Dr Kilmer dt Co Dingham top N Y FOB novEnson d WILLIAM A GOBBLE k of Kenton County FOR LIEUTENANT OOVKUNOIl 7 I JC W BECKHAM of Nolaon County 4 FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL RJBRECKINKIDGE of Boyle County ron AUDITOR GUS COULTERof County FOR TREASURERS HAQKR of lloyd County FOR BKCRKTARVOF HTATKj CAL BIUU CKINJUDGE HJIit of Clark OoUnty FOR COMMIBHIONKR OF AGRICULTURE I Ile NALL of JofforBon County FOR BUPT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION HiVMoOHESNEY of Livingston County FOR RKPRKBENAT1VB OlflT laT JOS P ROSEof County FOR RAILROAD OOMMIBBlbNKR COt A W HAMILTON of Montgomery County i Weak Cyu Ire Made SfroBf dim vision made clear styos re moved and granulated lids or soro oyoa of any kimlslJocdlly and otToc tunlly of Suther lauds Eagle Eye Salvo Its put up in tubes aunt sold on a guaran too by all gpod druggists IsTuete Illvtr KANSAS CITY Aug 26 William JI Hero today while en route to Denver I ban continue to discuss alive said Mr Bryan tn relponse to a reporter query adding 1 There was a story from Den Molnea recently that I wit puttltiE sliver in the back ground I- 1m not I will nut I was incorrectly reported Silver will be placedalong side of other great Issues It will he given rite due iliaro of consideration 1 platformnew aaVInc a fight on imperialism mill tarlam and trusts ib no reason why we should send from our household the other child We should gather all these children into our arms and fight for them tolHU IlH of AU WriB- ia noted for its koon sight clear and diHtiuot vision So are thoo ElgloEsore 001 of any kind or granulated lids Spld by all doalortf at 2G- fTen Ylf M IM Kaf kf a T nu4t haybothPleaaaat Plains in the southern part 61 Indvpeadence county wee struck br a toraad last night and demolUbtd Not a beanie was left staadiBg ia the vlllag according to reports Aa there is BO tel egraph or telephone there no particular can be obtained A dark cloud which hovered over that part of the country could be seen here last evening Pleasant Plains was foreaerly called Fairview I Lug IrrttaUea- IB the fororunner to consumption Dr Bolls Pine Tat Honey will cure it Atxlgigo auoh fltrpn the to the luriga that a cough ora cold will not aottlo there 2 at all goo- d4rujiab ttIt I COUNTY NEWS NOTESs 0To insure insertion ALL corrcaH byMonday J that nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in duty andwe want to say thathenceforth they will not receive papers except for the week they have news letters Wo are dependent upon them for the news and when they tall to send in their farors they put us to great inconvenience CAMPTON SPARKLES Supt H C Lacy of Haiel Green was in town Monday EdTaulbce of Hazel Green was seen on our streets Thursday A T Byrd was in Lexington a few days this week on legal husinew Wash tiwaogo bought 33 head of hogs from John Napier paying 335 cwt Harry Atkinson f Salyersville Deputy Collector WM in town Saturday Miss Pearline Stamper is in London vllllting the family of Rev II O Moore C H Amyx of lintel Green paid his sister Mrs S S Combs h visit on Sun dayJ N Phipp of Ashland was shaking hands with his many friends hero thin weekMrs Lizzie Allen of Ford is visiting her mother Mrs W T Toleon this weekW T Colvin of West Liberty was in town Wednesday calling on our merchants Geo Hnulsey Courtney and Hurry Combs were in Mt Sterling Monday at tending court Clay Oliver and wife of Flat were visiting Mrs Olin ore tether Judge J C LlkitiH Sunday Rev H 0 Moore pastor of the Meth odist church of preached hit farewell sermon Sunday week Arthur Henry and G W Sewcll were hero Saturday last Attending to business fotjthe Kentucky Union Land Company A cannel coal vein was found on the farm of J N Vau II11 on Devils creek C foot thick Mr Vaughn says ho thinks he will open the bunk tills full The jail is empty at this place at present whieb speaks wellI of the county but Mr Combs the jailer says it isnt very profitable Howard and Greonborry Stamper 7 T Hurst ittorneys and J F Yansant were in Hazel Green this week taking depoeitlOnsabout the Lacy Creek school troubleAug 269JlnMORGAN COUNIT- CONSOLATION CHAT Kelly Uilliipie was baptized by Elder Adams Saturday Samuel Elam is staying at JG Old fields for a while Some sneak of a thief made a raid on W II Blankenihip Quite a crowd went from this place to the Association on Canoy John Darker and family were the guests of Mr Tylers Sunday Wm Tyler of Magoflin was visiting his father Saturday and Sunday Monroe Stamper moved to Yocum Sat urday where he purchased a farm Misses Ada and Nanlo Cecil attended the camp meeting at Sandfield on Sun day The old ox driver Rev Crawford preached at the Consolation church Sun day Carl Mize and Miss Carrie Rose of Hazel Green visited Mrs Dora SAwugos school Friday I1eve Barney Blankonship was nttactcd by cholera morbia Thursday but some better at this writing Yo scribe attended the association on Caney and there was the largest crowd of togetherAugDIIAKK MAYTOWN MISSIVES Another wedding to report soon Bora to the wife of Willie Robinson last Wcdeaday a boy The sick list are all reported as being some better this week Alma Swango left Tuesday for Mid way to reenter school Prof Raymond of Ilcrca college lectured at the church here Thursday night Rev Cannan and Allen conducted the services at the M E church here Sun dayQuite a number of the Maytown peo ple attended camp meeting Saturday nnd SundaySeveral from this place attendedser vice of laying the comer stone of the- M E church at Mariba Tuesday- J W Cravens and Mrs W L Day anti her little daughter Inez of Me Cause passed through here Saturday to visit Hazel Green relatives and friends We welcome Tine HERALD in our vor1blghlpd forlut week Hurrah for TUB lfEatALD again I progresIngnicely Mt The car ilneat row reaches to 83 W ttlleifal aWCejCUItI to be at heme Iln the schoolroom and preves herself to bo energetic nnd win ning among the children Married Sunday evening nt 4 oclock near Ma town Harvey Nickell to Miss Lillian Patrick Rev Cannon official ing Tho groom is one of Eastern Ken tuckys most obligini salesmen while the bride is one of Morgan countyi handsomest young ladies We wish then much hnppinlness and may their future bo very bright Aug 289J LoisitUNi Coughed 25 Years I Buffered for 25 yours with n cough anti spent hundreds of dol lars with doctors and for medicine to no avail until I usocl Dr Bells Pino Tar honey This romodj makes weak lungs strong Jt has saved my lifoJ B ROHJ KLI Cirantsburg Ill Has Four Sets of Twins Mrs Amos Critic wife of a well todo farmer near Middlebury Ind ill obey ing the biblical injunction to incrcau and multiply Though but little beyond 30 she is the mother of nine children Eight of the nine are twins the last pair having been born this week All the children and mother are robust and give promi of long life Physicians say this fecundity bents the record Reunion of the Blue and Gray rite veterans of the civil war both bluo and gray held a reunion nt Manor park near Yanceburg Friday and Satur day lion Thomas A Davis told GUI Basil W Jlike the noted exConfederate wcro present G A R Veterans from several counties about here ami the vet runs of tho 8plni hIIItricun were also present Two Killed in Fridays Storm During Itho electrical storm on Friday two persons were killed at IJeech trove about 15 miles from Oweii born Joseph McUanicl and son Isaac were tho vic tim n They were at work in the tobacco field Mcfuniil wits about f0 years of- age Montgomery Circuit Court The regular term oi the Montgomery Circuit Court will convene Monday with the following cases on the cuekta commonwealth canes 38 continued irdinnry IS anpcarancu ordinary 1 x continued equity anil SS uppturiiicc equity Many women throughout the country stake pin money out of their chickens Ve have known of women who have clothed the entire family with the pan Leeds of the poultry yard and toincliavt paid oil mortgages and others bought j their pontes by intelligent mnniigemtnt of their Hock Everybody interested in chickens should get Higgle Poultry Jtook It in HO full of helpful suggestions and short cuts to success and has so miinx years of costly oxlurience boiled Clown for its pages that u IH economy u be without it It will help increase the income from tho poultry yard and low started many an amateur or inivguid ed professional on the right track TIll price Iit CO cents free by mail address the publishers Vilmcr Atkinsoa Co Philadelphia Jim Tiuilhee of Grassy is very low erysipelasDgse K1 KI The Leading Specialists of America t 20 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IM POTENCY HTUICTirKK VAH1COUKLU tSEMI NAL LOSSKi JIIADDKK AID KID NKY bCUH NHULTATIONFHEH JiOOKB PUKE CIIAKQES writelorTIUrMlNl DRA- KENNEDY KERGAN 122 W FOURTH ST E CINCINNATI O H i4IJLEEit A HOFFMAN SON W H PIERATT MANAtiKKS SQLICITOK- MT STJ311LIXG KY JIAXEL GHEEX KY HOFFMANPIERATT illLuYaJie I JgeJ 17 FlUE COMPANIES HEPHESENEDt F Loans negotiated and till business of tho mountains solicited PBENfTJtNr ddrrera GENERAL WRSMITH LEXINCTON KY for circular of his famous and responsible COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Medal nt World Exposition Unfrn to tbnutandi or irraduate In poiltlnnn Voit or rail BiulneM Coarse Indullng Tel tion Dookt and Hoard In family about IA- ShorthaadTypeWritiagand Telegraphy Specialties mrThii Kentucky UnlTernlty Diploma under orall avritrdrd irrailuitte Literary CourM free If drilrrtl No YIUaUoo Enter now Qratluatenuccoiiifiil In order la turf your litttti reach ui aJdrttt only GENERAL WILBUR IL SMITH Lox1ngtonKy Vote Iffntvckv VnitrrtUv rruiurrn t ll0 and kail nearly loul ttutlntU tit attendance lapu year CONNAUGHT2D3M2 This li liratcil IHnslisli llnckncy stallion lniiorttil to the Inittil Mittis on lane II ISM will iiuiku the lIen OIl of 1SUS at the tables of John H Ilumtt at IIiiul Green Ky at tin extremely luw price lilooil anil beauty considered of SB TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Or 5 To Insure A Mare In Foal money due when the loci Is axccrtiilnod in either ease A lean on the cult will be re tained tot the season money and in event the mare is traded oil or bred to another horse the money will then be due Every ethic will taken to prevent accidents but 1 will not be reoponsible should they occur DESORIPTION AND PEDIGREE CONNATfiHT JNt aJlJt 1 is 11 beautiful bay full Hi bunds lush bluek inane and mil goodstyle and action nnd a tine road ster U years old this tiring lie was sired by Victor of Hictly l5i dam Honnie Itibj Ilighllyer 100ji Victor of Heetley 1687 lby Ueliunee iJ7 grand data by ConijrcKS 151 Reliance Iii by Con tide nee HiS thou by Hi llcninn hie- NOTIIlls nom Clete pedigree covers inniiY crosses of tliu thoronuhbrcd anti conch horse but is too lull to quote llrecders lIto invited to cull and see him nnd cxnmimi his pediiirec at my stables Respectfully 1 II IMEIIATT YOUR MAIL ORDERS K6r nnvtliini nnd everything in the hue of MinfS SUN1MIKS TOIhKT AUTI PItS IKlUlMKS SOAPS TOHAtiXW CIUAItS nod Irciiiripthin Siuuinltles willr bo iromitly tilled by us 11 rite HM when you cant fund what you want in your own stores JAS K C 6111 LFXINUTONKY 0 R IjfRRISOn + jttorneyaiLawCoLt- aCr10NS A SrKCIAlTY ANn ill TURNS PnojfrnY MADK 451 W Jifrinsox SruKirr LOUISVILLE KV Ilnfurcnce J Taylor Day hazel linen- DAVID S IIOSHHvndqnnrtcrs Kzcl Ky KRlMtRHRNTS SLINGLUFF JOHNS 5 CO WIIOLESALK BOOTS + AND + SHOESHopkins Place lUimiorK Mn Respectfully solicits R share of the trade ol merchants Since I opened my store in April I have sold in the neighborhood of r 00 worth of sad dies Middles fur ladies tmddles for moo saddles for girlsI saddles for buysnnd in every case rendered entire satisfaction If you need one call and tee me JOHN M t mountain ROSE to OF ALLKINDS NEATLY AND 1 nnd promptly done nt this office j MEGRIMINE 1 A positive ii nil permanent cure fr mesrim llalfIUiid ache mill all other forms of Ihailaehf or Neuralgia HEADACHE CURED FREE try iiinpli moiled you if this Iiiior iin mentioned The Inure iiromiitlv headaches arc re lievid the less frequent uill be their return until person mnniiitlv cured Sold IInil tru iMK It I n1 KNTS A BOX Tho Dr Whitehall Wee Co SOUTH BEND IND Hair Store 11e have in shock n full line of lair Swltihes from 100 to 1000 each Ws Curls and Pulls loiiiiiiloiir nml Ktnjiic Ciniilis till styles of llnir Plus Cowls StnnqtdIhtrnsI cents per Hkfiii CO10KINK for clun iiiR I mailIMRS M A KKTCIIUM rppcrl nnd Cliurcli Kin Iex nylon Ky GIVESSTRENGTH AND VIGOR I l7rv 30 Days TrialTho marvelous power tlorted by my Kluctrlc JJU BOlt Apilmnc r IIInduces utu to utTer It to auilerlnif luim 11111 Uuyw1 Trial no cortoln inn I that It will cum end Unit you Will iliiJIir pay for the woof It To men who buro battxrixi tliwlr Ftomach with drugs 1 want them to cxoroliw their Jnilucmunt unit conrldnr that Eluctrlclty U tau Kroatuitt inxvur on earth Its un peen currant puts thin untl foreo Into vthalovcr It WYNewTroublpEarlylustPIUQttywi AR rl FOI 30 DAYSand you will then r nllz why I hews luch conlldenru psdatforwellwunhh Soot trvv In plain Bcnlod vnvttlopu Invoratorun atlci- nxtX8 N G X800la TREES PlANTSVIN Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Small Fruits Everything for Orohard Lawn and Garden JtaVVo l employ no agents but prieosStralvbolryCntn logues on application to H F HILLENMEYEH LEXINGTON KY Phone 278- HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY The fourteenth nnnunl sea sion of Hazel Green Academy will begin on MONDAY Sept thoroughdisciplino Principalhazel Inf I 4 n z t IItIlt 1 I 1 = Ia- 4 y ili f f11 fl bIi Lr J