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Digital page images are linked to the text file. roe 4 J l j1 i K eliy t JiIC i tFHE HAZEL GREEN HERALD r Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell M s t Mt j aurtt 11 lmTheOldest Most Most s tA ttCirculatedowner Popular Widely and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky MountainsetAhroya in Adrxpoa FIFTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1809 NUMBER 10 m IIARTERDRY GOODS IMPOUTKUH AND DKAIEUS IX r lT rQWJ AND NOTIONSLOUISVILLE KY Reference J Tnylor Day Hazel Green H BRYANl SALESMAN ron Pearson Clark WHOLESALE + GROCERS iiLEXINGTON KY KE HARTFIELD i ilcniliiunrtnr Ml SturlliiR Ky ItKlUKSK- STHiUCCENHEIMERa Co LYNCH BU1MI VAr KiiiImporterll mid Toblicw of Dry Gools No Good 11e munufuutiirc1 tlmu ninl FniifvI fthe well known BKATS ALL Pants ami t 1 Overalls Hold your orders until you see r 111hl1n J ROBINSON i HC OF BEATTYVILLE KY WITH ReEExtr lrPltlESiII- OI1U TOI j Kentucky Cider Vinegar Works LOUISVILLE KY Your patronage Is respectfully solicited ISODE HARDWARE COMPA- NYWTIOLESALE IIAIUWA1iEaz CINCINNATI O Reference J Taylor Day Huzel Green THE BEST Of HEM ALL II j LIPPINCOTTS rtar T ux A AZUVI J Contains a complete novel In every num lr In addition a largo quantity of usoful anmlontertafuing reading matter Jro fOtlecI storia whrJla are b of oMaMc to mot readers It should be In every household Bubo icrlptlon t300 per year whomYbeJ B UPP1NCOTT COMPANY PublUfcerB PHILADELPHIA Iii t Lt tlmtltt WINCHESTER KY N II WITHERSPOON President R D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000T- his Hank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its customers every facility nnd the most liberal terms within the liai1ts of legitimate banking ootlSly I nI I Post I No I IlHills j I toll this wallI 0MRS S B KASII JL Fashionable Milliner HAZEL GREEN KY TI I L LLLI L1 I I I Li Ji I iiI IfJ Ll NfIt i leading Insurance Agent of Eastern Kentucky OUces Denttl11c and Jackson Money to patent good ideas may be secured h7 our aid The Patent Record Baltimore 3Id AS SEEN BY TRUE PARTY MEN Withdrawal of Goebel and Brown is the Only HopeDemand Made is for This Petitions Are Now Being Pushed The plan of Judge John H Hall of Madisonville Hopkins county for ad justing the dillerences that now exist among the Democrats Jentuck which was outlined by him in nn open letter to the Democracy of the state seems to be meeting with favor among the fairmind ed Democrats throughout the state In Hopkins anti Warren counties where petitions have been circulated in accord unco with the plan as mapped out in the letter of Judge Hull the Democrats are readily signing them Already several hundred signatures have been secured In bothcounties and from the present indications a majority of the Democrat in both counties will sign the petitions In a day or two it is expected that the canvass in these counties will be complete publistedlishedAH stated no organized effort has been made to cIrculate there petitions in any of the counties ns vet save Hopkins and Warren but the matter will evidently be pushed nil over the state as soon as possible AH suggested in 1he Dispatch that the letter of Judge Hall be put at the head of each petition the mutter has been taken up by the Democrats in a number of counties and acted on by Democrats with phenomenal success Several petitions with many signatures have been forwarded to The IDispatch A prominent merchant of lUiflalo Ky writes as follows From what I can gather I think Goe bel would carry this county over Brown by about 150 votes There area great many voters undecided as to what to do therefore the party that gets the first work done in the county has the best showing I dont think either mini cat carry the state with both on the track I think it is the duty of every voter to sign a petition to get them olltho track I placed a petition in my store today and MVDcmocrntM signed it However I dont think the strong Goebel men willsign it- PAUTYri ONLY HAIAATJpX A good part of the state press has joinct the movement with The Dispatch mid are frank in their statements that it iis the only salvation of the Democracy ol Kentucky Among leading journals of the state that are now advocating the Lexington Daily HcraldCarrolton revs Owensuorp Inquirer Henderson Journal Glenns Graphic Madison Hustler and Harrodsburg Sayings To show the faith that the papers have in the project the following is quoted from tho Mayings The Goebelities tell you to vote for their man because Brown can not win and they want to beat Taylor If there is any logic here we answer that Mr Brown iis u stronger man than Mr1 Goe bel and invite them to go with us Hut if Democratic success is really what they want let them meet us half way and de dare both tickets oil This is the ulti matum or a fight to the finish must be 11tnleo In Hopkins county where the circulr thou of the petitions for the withdrawal of the two tickets hns been carried on in a systematic manner it is true that mostt of the signers are Brown supporters but at the same time some Goebel omen hav ing the welfare of their party at heart have signed time petitions In Warren county midmost the reverse is true Of course the opposition to the Goebel ticket in this county is very hitter owing to the outrngeou3 treatment of tho Warren county delegation in time Music1 hall convention Hero a number of Brown men have absolutely refused to sign the petitions They say Brown will carry War ren county easy and stands a good chance of election They claim he will run In splendid second if not the first one under the wire on the night of time No vember election In most of the other counties in tune state the disposition of tho Brown supporters is for a conserva tive course They want to preserve the rights of the people as well as the print ciples of the party If there can be no bringing together of time forces they are ready to push the fight to the bitter end noMii ix Tin oinii tAm The statement in Wednesdays Dill catch to the effect that J W V Heck han candidate for lieutenant governor on the Goebel ticket would in all prob ability withdraw from the race is a bomb in the camp of time Goebel radicals Air Ucckhntn undoubtedly foresees the disaster tint must inovitnbfy follow such iniversal diillection in tho ranks of the 1111111lfrccncoto Imii failedto show up at nevcral of his ippointmcnts to speak lately The fact that ho was billed to speak at Stnndford Wednesday and did not put in an appearance unquestionably con firms tho report that he is seriously con emplnting withdrawing from the race Vhat few speeches MrI llcckham did make were void of the usual Democratic ardor that is characteristic of the man TIo sees the magnitude and force of the move against tho fraud and corruption of the Music hall convention and Goe bclism in Kentucky and that it will not down at lily one mans or set of mens bidding and the only way that he can wash his hands of the muddle is to withdraw When he does ho will be strong peopleiouisvilleDispatch Three editions have already been printed of Higgle Horse Hook nn announce ment of which will be found in our ad vertising columns This little book which is crammed full of information on the horse costs but 60 cents yet we Ire practicalboileddown as books costing ten times as much Put it in the hnlldof your hoys and girls anil get tho hired man n copy Free by mull j address the publishers Wilmer Atkinson Co Philadelphia There Is nothing So Comforting IAITIIXA Oiuxiox Aug 13t9 MuI nxnu CoorKit Hazel Green Ky You will lied incloxed 60 chi will you please send THK HKHAID for it hits fell to my happy lot in life to be a bachelor and ItnllotI limy anything that will comfort mo in my solitude and loneliness HkeTiiK HrUAii Host regards to nil of my Wolfe county friends Yours truly J1 N COXUIKTOX The bodyI of Webster SId fIIS41or Norton 1u who leftI homo August 10 to go to the mountains and of whom nothing more wits heard was found on the mountains last week riddled with bullets There is no clew to the assns sill metropolitan Americas Newspaper enterprise countryLast uptodatocllIM composed unparalleled charged publisle IortfoliowhUh journalism lIerlollicnllt MUSIC Void Culture study BUSINESS J5ookkojinj Typewriting study LANGUAGES MATHEMATICS Collegiate Course COUNTY or STATE CERTIFICATE ANY thoasusssss KENTUCKY WESLEYAN ACADEMYF- all Monday Sept Ii OUR WORK t6methods searching intellectual standard highor than other school IKentucky Faculty as years character catalogue information B K Principal Canipton O H Hill and Judge S W linger spoke at Canipton returned and the night at the House spoke at Tuesday and again night at the Day leaving Wednesday for Walnut Grove They spent Saturday night road Sunday mine hostess Mrs Lou Day nod wero so well pleased her cuisine as long as they wore within riding distance they preferred stopping her speaks volumes in her praise as a landlady annual offerings for churches tension and ministerial relief of Christian church will taken on I fourth Sunday in this the rune and plnce there will ha roll call meeting the membership Kvnry monitor Iis earnestly tho board of ofliccis to ho present on the fourth I Sunday at roll call meeting Fred Kellam erstwhile traveled this territory in the interest of S Mf Timmins ft Co Portsmouth 0 is at head of a health sanitarium at Hinton whore he is a good business See his in another column J H White of at Hazel Green on Wednesday Sept 13 in the of tho nominees of time Louhville convention amTcqucsts A attendance of the people regardless their Ten and Original Soaps Which CB Be Had Free What will time great pa pcrs do next Y This is tho question tome one nearly every day Hut there is one which leads all others It ha gained subriquct of U Great est by just such remarkable nieces of as the one which has Lust now attracted tho attention of time pr York Sunday World announced it would giveaway an album of new and original mu as songs of sentiment coon songs cakcwalkn c These ten songs tin Sunday World proposes to distribute one each week with every copy of tho Sun World When it is considered the Average price of new music written and popular authors is from 30 to ii the en terprise of World in giving time away with a Sunday newspaper for which only fi is is appa A Music Albumin free From Sept 3 to 5 tho Sunday World will issue weeklyI a song in sheet music form with handsome colored1 cover The entire set will be mailed postage paid for title He mittances received after 3 will get tho back numbers mad each number issued Besides the World will also send its colored Art Iin a marvel of j its Sunday excels every weekly in the United If you wnnt to study Piano Oiiitnr or Mandolin Jf you want to Short hand or If you want to and If you want to take It If you want a If you want OR ALL of the above enter term begins 25 1899 ass Our ire more i and our moralI and i any in KaKtorn limo Saute for the past and our work will bo of tho same high For or further address 1 BISHOP Ky Hon Monday spent nay Kzel spent the House morning with with that with which limo time be the month At time of asked by thin who f- now tho W Va doing ad Hon Irvine will speak interest ful ot views Now asks the that such day that by cents The song big cents Nov Sept song rime comic two States except two and in its conic scope equals these two JOcent publica lionsWrite HundayWorlll1 BuildingNDr S IL Collier dontist of West Lib arty requests us to announce that ho will be in HazelI Green on time Jlh lust and will bo prepared to do all kinds of dental work Ho will only remain one week when he conies and we rdviee all readyfurI lxpertIIImolars fixed up in substmntialstyle you should see hint- Conspicuous among our advertisements this wtok U that of tlio Wesleyin Acad emy lit Cnmpton ono of the loading ed ucational institutions of our Hoclior Among new matriculatrsat this academy are vimiiM Cope of iriicn t ill ii It JJ Byrrf of Spradling George and Miller Cunter of Still water Miss lather Kcithof Breathitt county Mss Dorn Bailey of Moreheadand Miss Nannie Diake of Enill county On Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock W H Cord will preach for henry Adams at the Frank Johnson school house His subject will he Conversion Corco out and hear him THE KELLAM CANCER MEDICAL ISURGICAL HOSPITALI I 0 GUARANTKE PERMANENT WECURES without the use of thu knife in CANCER and nil moneytoMedical and Surgical Dnpnrtmenta are lee ond to none being compound of u corps of tintclans Ihysiciiins fA11 oxnminntions free We treat no patients outside the hoipttitli- FIUNK G KKIIAM P C KELLAM llvitUY KKIIAM General Manager 1IINTON W VA Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect May 21 1899 EAST BOUND I INil I No a o U STATIONS Daily ex ullex Dally ex iiiiuny Sunday Bumlay VM lye PM Lve A MLev Lexington 7 15 am J 21 Avon 8 10 HIII 2 f 0 11111 5 61 am WlnuheHtur 8 IIU am a 10 U 60 am IIt ft EJunen 8 15 am 3 22 25 mini Indian Fld U 00 nun 3i8 11111i 11 am Clay City 11 Hi a vi jim 11 oo am Stnnton I5 mind 00 jmi it 20 nm Filson U 8ll am 4 Iii pm 11 61 am i I lintNutI Torrent 10 OS am 4 ID pm 11 10 pm llenttyve Jc- Tnlleuii 21 am 6 11 jjm 2 16 lint 110 all am A 35 jun 3 01 pm Athnl Mi am 5 13 jim ai pm Jnckion a0 am III 15 jim 4 10 inn WEST WOUND i No1 butt STATIONS Daily ex NoJ Dally ox iinday Dally 811 inlay I 1 nutAtholi IllnInll3 nutItenltyye1 IIlnTorrelltnutNati 1Dundee 7 23 am 41 08 pm 10 10 am Filxou 7 34 am 41 10 pm 10 48 nmt IUlrlnI I pmIndhum lintIi pinWinchesterpmAvoni pmLexingtonI I JIt HAUItGonl Malinger CH AS SCOTT Ion 1nwt Agent Rod River Valloy Railway Cos TIME CARD K + rTraIii loaves McCuiiMty nt 0 oclock n III connuctliiK with train at Hotliwcll for Mt Sterling Hftiirninv Iliiives Ilotlmcl IItIII in lAMES AgtKothwcll I T T y y y rPATENTSDESIGNS KS ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY IIIJlook FREE Charge moilrrntt NofcotlllpntcntUBCCUred Letters strictly cnnfldcntlal Address E O SIGGERS Patent Leer Washington fb 0 J TAYLOR DAY Wholesale and UdAll denIer In General Merchandise lumbar Real i2Alsoand Driving Park Association UdJtJae1t- I iI Farmers Erohange J i- I ht I L L 1 i s4r r- a I MI- 11- rr i 1a 1s t r p rz y r I l i t 4t III l Tir f l 4 i n j t 1 1 t 1 1 f 1 I I l1lil IIil ilII j j I t ttii J i i t t c I IIII i I TY 1a t t- a f THE HERALD I SPENCER COOPER Publisher HAZ t GREEN t i i s I I KY k MIDSUMMER MUSIC Oh hear tho blithe bumblebee booming along His trail In tho garden a ribbon of song lie drift from the porch to the trim hollyhock Then pauses awhile on the ro etree to rock He tosses and tumbles About In the sun And buzzes and bumbles Ills heart full of fun Then out of the garden he whirls on his way To frolic and frisk with tho breezes at Play Oh hear the gay bobolink carol In glee A beam on tho bough of the low ripple tree Or circling about In a dream of flight Where Qlover seas dimple In crimson and White v Xd care his heart troubles With rapture ho trims While madly he bubbles With Hong as he slums Across tho green Void and thus v1ft Onsh ing stream Whose gold hoartod lilies In nonce dip and dream Oh hoar the ml squirrel that gambols i rote fraa And chatters way up In tho hickory tree Oerjoyod na tho cricket whose notes rise and talliJVs shrilly hit fifes In tho mosey stone wall The wind In songs IlltUng Tho trt e toad In vain IB rasping and splitting The welkin for rain While lua screened tho locust In sharp and In tint Sounds loud thu tara of his rat tnt tat Oh midsummers music supremo In the- anal It laughs In the Allot and lisps In the reed It rustles and ripples and romps In the leaves Jt sobs In the rain In the whirlwind It grieves The bright daffodilly It lures to repose It sighs In the lily And driMrn In tho rte AVhlle haunting the nooks where the tables abide Tho charms It Interprets of midsummer t do 11 It MurkltirUk In Woman Home Companion QtitDaik0asirT Jtf APiwA i nw tGEN GRANTS ASTONISHING EXPERIENCE It Lnnadnts litlm THK sprh K of IssO Gcc Grantt INafter his uiiinnrnble tour of the world visited the southern states and brought his triumphal Journey to u close lit New Orlenns where he re intilnuil a week or two There I iiceoni JlIl1Illlllhl genenil to whnt pnivtil to hi perhaps the must eeitin g ifinonstra tine of negroes of I hUe e times n dean onstriitloii whifli UllI inuit culled his mustI astonishing experience A now generation wns entering on the scent anil nit iouglt the men who had boon eniiKpicnuiiK In the service ol tin con oil era to Mates hiul cordiiilly welcomed Grant to the defeated m lion there were people In the Crescent City who could nut bring themselves to the point of taking part In the street demonstration in honor of the hero of the union army Many of tliote who so eluded themselves during the public ceremonies subsequently culled on Grant nt the residence of his cousin As the hour for tit arrival of lie irnut party approached the streets aiwnriiud with black face khlniug with unthusiiiHm and hope Somehow they conceived tilt Idea that IS rant lad unite nut ns a private inset but as their Moses to restore their political Hiipremacy They were more serious and less boisterous than on other puts lic uctiislon when their loud laugh llstlngnishes the southern from the quiet northern gathering The escort of the Irnnt party was llrst a company of United States regulars then a post of the Grand Army of the IJepublle and a civic society or two It was not Impres hive ns a procession but an ItClllUC the fervor of the Inilammablc negro na ture reached almost the limit and when It passed the black mass fell in behind tilling the street front curb to curbThe general was disposed to be as quiet as possible without appearing ills courteous When first asked to receive n delegation of colored preachers of the Northern Methodist church he pleaded fatigue After some persuasion he cola rented to meet them at Wesley chnpel with the stipulation that thieve should lie no general negro demonstration I had enough of that at Jacksonville the general explained 1 was asked to go with the general nail lice Dr llartzell a northern preacher then In charge tfthe church itfTalrs in the city A northern newspii per man and n veteran northern sot Bier 1 lad no local political ambition to be Injured and had n lively curiosity to see the negroes It wan n long drive null on the way Grunt was more than ordinarily corn ijiiunlcatlve which is saying a good heal It was and still Is n popular fallacy that tie wns not in nil situations a reticent loan However self contniued henmy mile been In au oillclal capacity soclal- Jy he was genial cheerful and chatty coJs he HghtelHicHFfr the carriage being open he said have the reputation of being a etratrd smoker There ort noople who i411 l say my portrrffts nfebad because there Isnt a oliforin the mouth Thats n blander L never In iny life smoked to excess anti now 1 consume only three or four cigars n lay 1 am a slow slnola er and a signs lasts me a good while As we passed the univcritit litlugs the general said that if the war hail not come when It did he should have been n resident of tTe south n professor in n southern college Gen Sherman he explained had been the professor of mathematics in a college In Ilssissippi1 think It was Mississippi ami decided to give It up lie wrote to nw at Galena asking if I eared to take his place I always liked mathematics it wits the study I had done best In and I thought I might en joy the work It was decided that I should go but then the rumblings of impending war caused me to change my mind and with some reluctance I finally declined It When we wore within about two blocks of the church we were shocked by tt spi2taele of a solid mass of black humanity As they enujrhi sight of the approaching carriage they marie r fu limns rush anjl with yells surrounded us The two fir three policemen in the neighborhood did all they could but were powerless Let us get out of this exclaimed the general Driver turn about and go1mulIt k useless however to make the attempt It was the determined pur pose of early man woman and child in the mass to shake lirants hand or touch his person The air was filled with cries A tall old negro forced himself between the wheels regardless of a busy club and reached Grants hand crushing new silk hat as he did It Then straightening himself to his full height with hands above his bare head he shouted Jlress liawd I done shuck his han For nearly half an hour the scene was beyond graphic portrayal These ig norant people long deserted anti neg Meted by their frightened leaders sin cerely believed Grant hind come to New Orleans for the M Ie purpose of lendin UK out ob de wilderness as they shout ed pony of them did not know Grants face and so we three were almost equally I thb objict of nil ml rat ion A path was made at last from the carriage to the door hilt at every step WP were obstructed and crushed by the pressure of the crowd Inside the chapel dO rIve found matters hardly better nj took a liinjr time to reach the HiHjrJ Kmperor William an old ne gro Iftul charge of the reception He Mmwfon the platform his Ruse beaming with fervor and perspiration obviously speaking at the top of his voice but tons his words were Inaudible Then the choir of a hundred voices burst forth with Df Mrldegrooms Como The marshals nil old negro preachers had UK imiDKOUOOMS COMIC little knots of their hair tied with nar row blue ribbon and In their white cotton gloved hands they held tech white and blue batons which they wIld wildly Every bit of space in the church was occupied exclusively by nc genes Not only that hilt the crowd outside hud climbed to the open win chows and as they filled them entirely not a breath of fresh air could enter Only n great outburst of melody from the choir prevented a general hysteria which was plainly Imminent To the singing the people kept tune with their feet and their swaying bodies It was hardly conceivable that any negroes in the city were kept Iignorant of the event so thoroughly had the preachers betrayed the general Scores of them must have worked all night to erect the platform and ariange the decorations Over the pulpit was n huge portrait of Grant draped und fes tooned with lowers and opposite was 1 similarly decorated portrait of Lin coin Grant hind not spoken a word from the moment we were fairly Mir lonndud by the multitude Now he whispered as he wiped his llushed face IIve been In Africa but I serer hula hot n time as this When Grant arose to speak there was a renewal of the cries but the little pastor and the marshals soon restored quiet enough for his words to be heard He spoke briefly saying in effect that the colored people had their future in their own hands He urged them to stick to the Bible and the spelling book crud they were bound to enjoy their full share of material prosperity To some who evidently expected him to announce that he had come to consecrate himself to the restoration of their political rights the speech was apparently disap pointing A young uegrota teacher in the uni versity for colored people made a brier but really eloquent address General Grant he labluyou have been famous for epigrams that live In the hearts of the American people You spoke the sentiment of a determined patriot people when you declared you would light It out on this line If it Takes all summer Hut there was one sentiment nobler than nil one that hind sunk deep into the hearts of millions When the landlord at Jacksonville would have driven hack the colored people as they escorted you to your hotel you said Let them come for where I am there the colored people may be also For a moment it seemed as though the crowd would rush on the raised platform to lay hands on the hero but the preachers seated in the nearer pews quickly passed Scott Chin from lull scat to the platforms He was a tall negro a preacher for 00 years born in slavery lie seemed taller because he was thin and he wore an old blue army overcoat which spread at this hot tom and gradually contracted toward his narrow shoulders As his head also narrowed at the top he was exactlyI pyramidal Then u woman with thtUglft of prayer gave an extraordinary exhibi tion of the power of an uneducated mind 1efore she ceased Grunt had shaken hands with the preacher and we moved rapidly toward the door n path having been cleared by the zeal ous marshal We were not however to eseapeu easily11hea we drew near to the door the people In the windows began to drop inside nod male for till same exit to head us oil The glory of glories Will to have shaken Grants hand Soon we were In the midst of the same excited throng and through the door we could see a solid mass till lug the streets Cant we get out through the back dour asked the generalI and finding there was such a door we fought our way toward the pulpit again After having our feet trodden and a Hard struggle we emerged The driver had been shrewd enough to maln circuit and outwit the crowd nail as he drew up we threw ourselves Into the carriage exhausted The multitude front all sides made nn impetuous rush inter us During the whole time until I lunch made my speech Grant said I was wretched at having to speak I never I yearsII any where I have to do it Then taking oil Ills hat hc turned and wild Driver take us to a good hat store IIve got to hilly a latto- t the most important hunt store in the town there was not a hat of any fashion that was large enough for Grants head 1 have forgotten the step he wore and only remember that some thing was said of its belugas large as or larger than Websters Leaving an order for the lint he had to be content with such brushing and smoothing of the old one as the hat man could do It was a pleasing evidence of Gen Grants power of endurance and quick recuperation that rafter this exciting and somewhat distressing experience lie was still as spirited and vigorous ns In the early morning lie visited sev eral shops where he chatted with mer chants utility of whom were old ac quaintances as though he had just riser after a nights rest Although past the prime of life and notably stout his onderfnl vitality promised unary more years of active life Late that night I was aroused front sleep and handed cards of several re porters They had heard the rumors of n wild time almost n riot at Wes Icy chapel and appealed to me for pn- rIIIulnrsHt Louis IKepublic VhiMi1 Lincoln Died And so the hours passed without per ceptible change in the presidents con dition and with only islight shifting of the scene around him The testimony of those who had witnessedI the murder began to be taken in an adjoining room Occasionally the figures at the bedside changed MrsI Lincoln cams In nt in tervals sobbing out her grief timid then Will led away This now went another took his place It wns not until duty light that there mute a perceptible change Then the breathing grew quieter the face became more calm The doctors at Lincolns tilde knew that dissolution wns near Their bui It tin of six oclock read false fail ing that of It111f past six Still fail lug that of seven Symptoms im mediate dissolution and then at 22 minutes post seven in the presence of his son itobert Secretaries Stanton Welles anti Usher AttorneyGeneral Speed Senator Sumner lri ate Secre tary hay Dr Gurloy his pastor and several physicians and friends liraIntuit Lincoln died There was a prayer and then the solemn yoke of Station broke the stillness Now he belongs to the ages McClnres Magaine To MVP with the Old Folks And so you are about to lose a tuna her of your fondlysaid the old friend who had just hearth of the approaching marriage of the daughter of the house Well Im not quite certain about that replied the old gentleman Just- at present 1 cant figure out whether Im to lose n daughter or merely acquire a- sonInInwChlengo Post Owiieii its One I itiallyl Covent larder London has been tho possession oi the Jkilford inI for 300 years t BOW THE LOCK IS SETIV r Cia Sol In Xo Longer Iltcnnled nil tht Vorlil Slant Reliable Tlmc kellcl One of the duties of astronomers Is tc give us the correct time Kvery day nt noon an electric signal is unshed from the national observatory at Washing ton or from some other observatory tc which this time service has been as signed to alt the business critters oi the country nail all clocks and watches are set directly or indirectly by thh signal This is a matter of common knowledge but the way in which tlu astronomer sets his own clock is not known so generally Most persons have n vague notion that our standard time is obtained from observathm of the sun They have in mind the old sun dial which lull sated the hour at noon by a mark tint showed when the sun was on the meridian or in other words was ex net ly south und their idea Is tint the astronomer can fix the hour of noon with greater precision because he has the metals of determining with greater exactness the instant at which the suns meridian passage tapes place The truth is tie sun has nothing whatever to do or to say in this mat ter of setting the clock The sun is it self one of the poorest of timekeepers It is almost always either fast or slow sometimes to the extent of n full quar ter of an hour and is right on only four days in the year It is from the stars not from the sun that the as tronomer gets the time The stars perform their nightly march through the heavens from east to west with a perfectly regular move ment never hastening and never slack ening their poet which is only another wayof saying that the earth turns on its axis at an unvarying rate of speed A star crosses the meridian and in S3 hours and 50 minutes about it will again cross the meridian and it will cross this imaginary line in the heavens again and again day after tiny year in anti year out with always the sumac In terval between two successive passage The titans at which all of the brighter stars cross the meridian have been as certained from long and careful oh servation to within a small fraction of a second and catalogues have been pre pared In which these tunes of meridian passage or transit are given The astronomer charged with the duty of yetlng our clocks has only to observe the meridian passage of out or snore of these stars In order to obtain the exact time The observation is made by means of what is cuffed a meridian circle n small telescope so mounted on a horizontal axis that it can orly point to the meridian The ob server looking through this instrument can tell the time at which the star crosses that line to within less than one second He uses the observation for correcting the observatory clock or rather for determining how much it is in error For example tonight the astronomer In Washington will observe n certain star cross the meridian at 10 hours 27 minutes tL5 seconds we will say according to his clock IFrom his catalogue he will learn that the true time of the stars transit is 10 hours M minutes 5137 seconds Thin observa tory clock will tines u found to bl 4S13 seconds fast He vli hanka note of the fact which wit enable him tomor row at noon to It l y telegraphic signal all the clocks wLhin his rouge of sere iceAs to the observatory clock it will not lit disturbed It may be gaining slowly for no clock yet made is abso lately faultless hat it will be permitted to run on It serves Its purpose so it is not too far out of the way and its error is cheeked regularly bv the stars Philadelphia Record- tlcrlgohutul IN icriiianlxcil Alsace tumid Lorraine are not the only provinces in which the process of Ger manizing an Mien race has been pro ceeding rapidly Nine years ago Ger many got the little island of Heligoland as the result of an African deal with Kngland At that time the people of the Island were English In their sympathies and language at least the IKng halt tongue was commonly used und the place was known as a water uu place celebrated for Its lobsters and nothing else Since the time of the transfer great fortifications have beI thermore the Knglish language h b never heard and all that is left to re mind one of the old time is the lob sters which are as good as ever JUs marck was passionately fond of this particular beast and for years Admiral Fithardingc Maxse who was governor of the island kept his table supplied with them Ills one commtnt when the transfer became known is said to have been Ach J shall get no more lobsters nowS Y Com mercialAdvertiser UiHhcnnl Of- Hobb Thereii something almost su pernatural about the way your wife and mine ngrc- eXobbIs there I never thought of it Why man they both like the same doctor Indianapolis Journal Ills Vay Seldum TedWhat are you lookin for work fur I Soiled SpoonerAw jes out of Idle curiosity Puck LIMITMJhe Fourth Gentleman See Strained the Bounds of Human Credulity You may not believe it gentlemen marked one of au afterdinner group enai In smoking cigars in front of a totel b have used a fountain pen constantly for troitThat is indeed remarkable rejoined other Nevertheless I am the father of children and have never had to walk door by night with a single one of them There was a Ihence tasting a Imnutf so Then another spoke up I dont do teHiffJlomcthinglittle four year old boy at my house and T sayingsmyi Gentlemen observed fourth after protracted and somewhat painful pause am fond of hearing young women practi retirtoi grospmade11t1fccmedf extreaklimitreachpdLondon s fNOT ACQUAINTED WITH THEM Men head Fifty Years Elected to Oflic by Benighted Alileriiicu lu J New York 1 A New York alderman indulged in a Htttej lUll at time expense of lux a + soUtt s the other day and through Imfs influence thit I honor able luAly elected two men eminent tnerijr dead three 50 years to the position f oa- Fmiloller of deeds The names of the dead thus honored are Noah Webster lexicog rapher and Lindley Murray grammarian The worldsays the tutu was worked this way d A slip of paper containing these names with Brooklyn addressvt was circulated at the meeting of the hoard Alderman Okie approached Alderman IIride and said Say liin Ive done favors for you here are a duple of men who want to be made commissioners of deed That fellow lnd- icyurmaitold me he was a friend ty ury A 1Tiuan Bridges iouked at the s and ni l JIi to pIa In name 4 Adiuian Dooey another member on Brooklyn was persuaded to sign tn tj4 tion anti in less than ten mint the formal vote electing Liadey Jliirv and Noah Webster commissioners of I1iJswaj passed American jAj with the queen arc mindly painful nm iuj Perhaps they lire tortured with tfcuM of the propriety ot praising the pie not knwj ing whether her majesty or the cool made it Denver Post It i terribly hard fir a hay to hclirve in the veracity of his father wlien lh111an Him deeare that no one tis truly happy nrvi con tented unless he has work to do Atcbuoa Globe S YiI1ialt1I understand you mryed your family last week JaclsouYes- our servant girl dMnt like this location wi were in Columbus ournslL Some girls dont seem to think of much but wearing good rlothe 1nnli we dont blame them Washington Ill Democrat The man who can give no reasons for hit opinions iis the hardest to change11 ash uigtca lla Democrit ePsri- luir VigorVhat It causes the oil glands In the skin to become more active making the hairsoft j and glossy precisely as nature intendediIt cleanses the scalp from dandruff and thus removes one of the great causes of baldnessIt a better circulation 1 in the scalp and stopsj the hair from coming out i J II Prevails and II J cures BWSS 1 Ayers Hair Vigor willii surely make hair grow on bald heads provided only 1 there is any life remain ing in the hair bulbs It restores color to gray or white hair It does not do this in a moment as will a hair dye but in a short time the gray color of age gradually disappears and the darker color I 1 of youth takes its place Would you like a copy + a of our book on the Hair J and Scalp It is free It you do not obtain slithe bcnefltt j you expected front tbv ute ot tbo Vigor vrrita tho Dotor about It Address alit J C A Lonetl EtlJ 1 d I J0 iF 7 t T t f ftiWAS CROSS EYEA- I f V Peot1laPle 1toMtalcd j Glances u 1e cross tyed stage driver In Fifth Avenue causes great unccrtninty ns tots Intentions in regard to possible pn irons of his stage they stand on the corners waiting until he nearly reaches them and then the frantic gestures be jkin The first time they signal they do not notice that he is cross eyecl but ns he approaches nearer and nearer the uncertainty gfows upon them They pre not sure he saw them at nil or does- see them or will see them The past present and future lire In n muddle and while it is certainly his business to be en the lookout for patrons it is not ut- aU certain that he will Everyone knows by experience that the drivers of public conveyances do not always keep o their business eye on the corner and who can tell where n crosseyed driver bay be looking As I rode on the top of the crosseyed drivers stage the other day I noticed the demoralizing effects of his glances A bloated bondholder lifted his cane slightly as the stage ran toward him He was quiet and dignified but not be ing able to see his cane himself he was taken with the idea that the crossecyes bad not perceived it either and so he lifted it again and again five times each time a little higher until it was waving frantically aloft The stage stopped exactly where it would have stopped hail he simply signaled once The next passenger was tall and thin gaunt and prim and wore spectacles She hail a gaylyI trimmed hat and a tightlyfitting tailormade costume She held her handbag a Boston bag tightly in one hand and raised the oth cr stiflly from the elbow holding one finger up She then jerked it back again as if it were on springs Xo at hiII er part of her body moved but eagle eye was on the face of the driver Soon in quick succession she jerked that finger up five times more her face becoming sterner Rch time It seemed as if she were thinking I wonder if he saw me I do not believe he din 10m sure he did not He is not even looking at me Hi sees me now So he dues not that eye is looping across the street Hut suddenly time stage stopped right in front of herAnother woman ran to the corner and threw her whole arm up at once Then she raised it again and waved it fran tically In swinging movement in the air until the driver stopped- A woman who looked as if she had just taken leave of a big family of chil dren and had not gotten through wav ing the baby byby lifted her arm and waved her fingers up mid down as c if she were also saying byby to the driver Each time she increased the number of little waves nail smiled sweetly and nodded her limed pleasant ly Her amiability was irrisist ible and of course the stage stopped for her In fact the stage stops exactly at the right hand lower corner for every pits svnger It would stop just the same if only one signal were given but the pas sengers seem to forget that it is the s business of time stage to stop for them and that the driver plans to get a focus on the corner of every block although the exact mathematical combination of sight rays iis not divulged to the intend ing pntronX Y Herald OrntiRe nUll Lemon N Oranges and lemons are regular items in the provisioning of many households Their value as aids to healthful conditions is universally ad mitted Orange marmalade is easy and Inexpensive to make besides being delicious to taste anti very attractive to look at Orange ices cakes encl ptfll dings are always welcomed as desserts From orange peel may be made a cor dinl that is of great value in certain forms of indigestion Orange peel I produces bung eczema which while not perma disfiguringLemons when judiciously med are of great value as health preservatives Time fancy for drinking the juice of several lemons up on rising in the mornlnlf was fortunate shortlivedLedgerMonthly Ilnln Pie Cruet A good rule for plain pastry for ordinary family use is onefourth as much shortening as flour whether it be but ter lard or clarified drippings work the shortening into the flour with the tips of fingers Add a little salt Wet with Ice cold water or as near as pos bible use as little as possible Mix quickly avoid unnecessary handling and bake quickly Boston Globe SnlutltntvM tor lint Mcnt There ore many dishes which when carefully prepared and garnished will be attractive and dainty in appearance and much more appetizing than the heavy hot meats Spiced and preserved meats like chicken pressed beef Ital ian cheese and various potted meats and fish are relished Philadelphia Press Ten SnnUrJchc Cut thin slices of bread dry in the oven till a golden brown Cut thin slices of bread and butter and serve the crisp bread between two slices cj a andwich Boston Globe ONE OF OUR HEROES Jta Instance of the Splendid Courage Itntl Loyalty of Uncle Snsua Soldiers The brightest page in the history of any war is perhaps that which records the thoughtfulness of the officers anti the fuithfulnesr of their men qualities which when conjoined make a regiment nh almost irresistible force In The Story of the Rough Riders Edward Marshall tells how when Capt McClintock was wounded one of his troopers came and lay down beside slim Youd better get out of this said McClintock Its too hot Dont worry captain the man re pliedIlm between you and the fir lug line McClintock touched as he was by this exhibition of the mans devotion still wanted him to get away He urged him to leave The man refused Finally McClintock said Im your captain and I order you to go You are doing no good to anyone but me This is no place for a well man 1 order you Then the man had to tell I aint no well man he slowly admitted Im shot Where asked McClintock Oh its only a scratch They lay there in silence for a long time The firing began to come from the left The soldier worked his pain ful way around until he was again between McCIintoHc and the line of fire McClintock was too weak from loss of blood even to speak Then a hospital man came and lifted McClintock to carry him back Take him too McClintock man aged to articulate Xo use said the hospital man lIes dead A COUNTESS REVENGE Fie Call oil Her MtUod Itlvnl tii Her DintUbril and DlNtleured Her fur Ilfr A tragic story of feminine revenge comes from Vienna The count and countess Xnpudano lived happily together until the count fell in love with the daughter of the local doctor Con cetto Devajo by name a charming young girl of 18 years The count de hcrUd IMS wife and eloped with Con cotta Dimjo The Cbuntcss Xapodano obtained a divorce from her husband who then trHtwied Collect tn Two years later Count NajKHlono and Countess Conceit returned to Mat uggacci The former Countess Napodiino was now on her ileathled She sent a message to the Countess Conettta t hat she would like to sec her before she died Time countess wihhing to humor the wisheh of time ding woman went to see her The invalid rsked her to stoup and kiss her As the fresh young fuel of her rival lame rear her own the dying woman raised herself und by an almost superhuman effort bit a piece clean out of Concettas cheek mind mouth then fell back dead with a contented smile on her features Concetto was dis figured fcr life and her husband the fickle count left her for n new love One hundred nail nine thousand loco motives are at present running in vari ous countries What ore you doing with the pong Im point to weld it on may lawn mower Then Ill always know which of my neigh Lots has itllllullIl Plain Dealer A man in Jo Divicss county sent two purlMcortllldinghe find out Yes He received a letter containing a flip on which these words were printed Get a job in a mint Chicago TimesHerald HittsWhero did that Min Youre a lobster originate Hates1I dont know Where were you burn Philadelphia North American I should like to have you paint my portrait but COO marks iis too much Mr Krau painted a portrait or a friend of mine for 300 mark well Ill do it for the same price but 1 tell you in advance itll be an awfully accurate likeness Fliegende Hlncttcr Sticks to FIICtlO sir said the old author I always stick to facts except when Im writing history Youre right said the old colonel and I never told a lie in my life except in business Atlanta Constitution A Frenchman writing a letter in English to a friend and looking into the dictionary for the word preserve and finding that it meant to pickle wrote as follows slay you and your fatally be pickled to all eter nityl Answers Man an adult who has away the notions of his childhood that if he could reach the end of the rainbow he would find a bag of gold hplds persistent to the equally child ish belief that if he could only reach the bas of gold he would find the rainbowS fc Times A Singular EffortAn effort i hero made to form a combination of condensed milk manufacturers remarked Mr IJu- I 111 111 fail vnnlinl Mr Cnctroll tryingshortlyto form a trust by evaporating all the water out of the stock Pittsburgh Chronicle Telegraph I INGRATITUDE AND MURDER now an Interfile Laid the Plans Which Ueialtcd In the KflUnar at 1115 Friend A detective tolda story a few evenings ago which Illustrates the ingratitude of criminals The Ingrate says a Chica go exchange was one of the principals in the McGee murder which was com mitted a little over a year ago ills name was W J Willows n well appearing youth but the man who decoyed the aged creamery agent into the In diana avenue apartment building where Jacks killed him Willows hind been in trouble before that anti the man who came to time front for him was the keeper of a lunch counter near time Criu innl Court building The mans wife had known Willows in his days of re spectability in a small Michigan town She urged her husband to do what he could for him amid with money for attorneys tees and n few well placed words commendation Willows was helped to get out of the scrape The lunchcounter man was a close personal friend of the old man McGee nnd liked him much He talked to Willows about him iti their short acquaintanceship In time days of Willows trouble and the lunchcounter man told hula acquaint ance how much this friend hind done for him yet while In jail Willows met Jacks and the two of them formed the plan of robbery which led to McGee murder The lunchcounter mum lost I I his best friend through a needless and I useless murder and Willows earned a i sentence in the penitentiary BRAVE JAPANESE WOMEN HOVT Count Itos Wife Snvcd Ills Life Dilrlnir n Itrliclllon IUtuy Vtnm Ago A Japanese lady IIs noted for her courage her strength of mind and her selfpossession 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 mud presence of mind of his wife Many years ago when quite n young man during a rebellion Count Ito was I hiding front his enemies who having tracked him to his house send a band of soshis to assassinate him Un- hearingI his enemies approaching and i trapped like u rat in its hole the count i drew his sword and prepared to die limit the countess whispered Uo not i die there Is hope still and removing j the hibatchi or fire box timid lifting up t he ants and the pluuiu beneath site Induced her husband to conceal himself in the hollw sl ace vthich oxlMS under the floor of nil laptiiicM houses The murderers broke Into the room just as the fire box haul been replaced and de manded of till countess their victim In vain they threatened and cruelly Ill I theIwatt 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 REMEMEERED PARTING After Throp Years of Srpnrntlon Nnvnl Ollleer and Ills Spiump Uzchange C rreting Navy families are used to separations A middle aged ollicer of the navy left Washington three years ago for n crulhc on the China station Frays the Post On the evening that he left his wife herself prepared an especially dainty dinner for him the hill of fare winding up with striiwlicrry shortcake Only half the shortcake could be eaten by the family so heartily land they partaken of the other viands rind the of ficer said to his wife You can just I put the remaining half of that shortcake In the refrigerator nnd well have it tomorrow fie forgot for the mo meat that he was going away that night Ills wife went down to the station with him end among the final Instructions she gave him was an Im perative command to have his hair trimmed as soon as he reached San Francisco The officer hud absent mindedlyl permitted his hair to grow rather long lie returned to Washington recently after an absence of a month more titan three years his wife met him at the station After their first salutation she said to him smiling I observe that you obeyed orders and hind your hair cut Yes my dear replied the officer and did you save me that bit of straw berry shortcake Bpltefal hussy First Pretty larlingWhy docs Dolly Tubbs put her hand up so frequently to her forehead Docs she suffer from weak eyes Second Pretty Darling Xo my dear It is a case of weak mind and a new engagement ring Ally Sloper AiekCr thegttTeelthekeep away all evil Influences There is so more evil influence than ill health and there tokeepitIt is worth a hundred tood luck crosses to the man or woman aflhcted with dyspepsia Reenuetitawpaboud AppraWife John let me tcllyou that as surely as you keep on in your present career just so surely Wilt you pay for your indulgences prideThanksdearprobity Boston Courier Ladles Can Wear hoes Ono slro smaller after using Allens Fort Ease a powder for Uio feet It makes tight or now shoes easy Cures swollen hot IIweutiuluehln feet tafrrowlng nulls corns At all drug lltl and shoo stores S3c Trial jmckaso KHKE by mail Address Alton S Olmstod Lo Roy N Y Onto Caller I have here several bills which andlIarduppc I am sorry to say todayOh differ care IllcaU and pay them at sonic fu sirIluiladelphiaRecord Work AllThousands of men are making good wages in the harvest fields of Minnesota North and South Dakota There is room for thousands more Half rates via the Groat North era Railway from St Paul Write Max Base 220 South Clark Street Chicago III Porous Piaster littleEdnathathIIWillics back It a funny you don t know that sis interposed Willie Theyre to let time pin out of course Boston Trav eler 41 The llent Irmcrlpllnn for Chili and Fever Is a bottle of Guuvr 18 TA8Titrss CHIUToxic Iris simply Iron ami quinine In tasteless form No euro no pay IricupliA The Common Pate Like everybody else the sea waves arrive at the shore in great style but they go away broke Philadelphia Record To Corn 11 Cold In One lay Take Lnxnllvo Uromo Gulnlno Tablets All druggists ruIuud luolleylf it fallsto cure x We have often wondered that women do not have their kitchen dresses made as low necked as their arty dresses It would rev tainly be cooler in working over a hot stove Atehuon Glohe lies unto Minimi Joseph P IKey wrote We gate ourlloethhia Teething owlets to our little urumlchild with the hap pit ie ults The effects were almost magical and certainly more satisfactory than anything we ever turd If Love had any Feuue of humor it would laugh less at loffciinitht mind nmre ut gum a little brother Detroit Journal Kcincmhcr these facts more for your I acksgeII h High Ideals are pcrlmpi rcsnotuthle for as ameh pessimism as arc torpid livers on the uhuie Detroit Journal 1ifos Cure for Consumption relieves the most obstinate coinrhn Ktv hunt inutile Lexington Mo Feb 24 01 How TlarryTo show her how little he caredI for it he spent every cent shim hadAnswersIto lnltarrhlure Is a Constitutional Cure Price 75c t liI l tCeiria To IsMi s1lae Il If tDIiAR Mwl PtxtcitAitFor siN- Use IhTknoWofiheftMtcto let vbu Mr Johnson Savd1oninsanity Mrs Pin barn haw iimjt lr91Ii Uiottydla BPIhams Vogwt ble CdrapoHnd Soon afterther- blrthofmyfirst child t cots menccll to have spells with myploe Every month I grew worse and at last becamo so bad that I found 1 wails gradually losing tny mind U Tho doctors treated mo for female troubles but I got no better ORe doctor told mo that I would bo Insaaeu I was advised by a friend to give Lydia E rinkhuma Vegetable Compound a trial and before I had taken all of the first bottlo my neighbors noticed the change in me II I have now taken five bottles and cannot find words sufficient to praise IV I advise every woman who suffering from any female weakness to give ita fair trial I thank you for your good medicine =Mits GEIITIIUDE M Joui SON JONBSDORO TEXAS Mn Perkins letter I had female trouble of allkindt had three doctors but only grew worse I began taking Lydia E Pinkhama Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills and used the Sanative Wash and can not praise your remedies enough Nits EFFIB PERKINS PBAIU LA Whiskers 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Childrenitl l Bears Ust The For SlgnalulG Ovir Thirty Yiars or SThe Kind You Havi Always Bought TNt CINT4UH COMMNT TT YU55TT5ttVNtw 50- 550ITTINCHESTERJ c M t Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells j LEADER loaded with Smokeless powder and t NEW RIVAL loaded with Black powder Superior to all t other brands forr t UNIFORMITY RELIABILITY AND IISTRONG SHOOTING QUALITIES I sale by all dealers Insist upon and you will get the best r aH 0I To cure or money refunded by our merchant so why not try itI Price COo 1 f y fzlt T4 aa aG y i4 P 3 I 4itm l i 4 ty tyr i 1a r s 1 x t- Y t 1 1 a r t PL sr r m ie w r t- Jrr r t f sirs r s y H II 1 1i i tIt M f I IM If Y I Y Yx L 5 ij r i r wetr4+ 1 f J rta t IHlns r I IPEKCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY September 7 1899 TilE citizons of Hazel Groen and tho immediate vicinity to tho num bar of 108 by actual count on Saturday had tho pleasure of listen ing to Hon S W linger candidate for Btato treasurer and tho Hon 0 B Hill candidate for secretary of state for an hour or so during which they explained tho merits of the Chinn school book bill Mc Chords railroad bill and tho elec tion law They mado no excuses for the Louisville convention other than to say that Democratic con ventions generally are not run on the same plan as Sunday schools nut they did hold up Mr Goobol as a model man and the poor of any politician in Kentucky or elsewhere They touched up tho Louisville find NoHhvillo railroad and charged tint it is an octopus which has its tentacles upon the throats of tho people and is crush- Ing out all opposition to it and its schemes They assorted that it is furnishing tho Brown bolters with funds to fight tho nominees of the Louisville convention and paying for many copies of tho Louisville Dispatch to disseminate tho doc lriuc8 of tho Brown democracy They both avowed their allegiance to tho Chicago platform of principles William Jennings Bryan and To C S Blackburn They made nn earnest and manly ap peal to tho people to stand by and elect thorn as representatives of Eastern Kentucky and thus dom onstrate a pride in their young democracy During their speeches tho best of ordor provailodand tho silence of all save the speakers was solemnly monotonous nor can they claim that they wore disturb ed by ovon tho least bit of ap plnuso or approval They spoko nnd tho crowd listened with ro Bpootful silence Thats nil thorn was to it The crowd was counted by lion S W Hngor but it is fair to say that tho short time ac counts for tho smallnofls of it their announcement having boon mado only a few days previous Fort tho first time in tho history of tho state porhnps Eastern Ken tuck has two candidates on the Democratic ticket for two of the most important positions in poli tissocrotnry of state and state treasurer nnd it is a pity that the Democratic party is not a unit that those young mon might como into their reward Both of thorn s aro without blemish in personal or political history and not n mur mur cnn bo breathed against thqin other than that they are on ttho tiokot nominated at Louisvilbj which is a sin sufficient in tho oyes of somo of tho Brown boltors to politically damn them for tho next decade Wo rofor to Hon C B Hill nnd tho Hon S W Hagar of course and parenthetically ro mark that thoroi84 nothing in the platform of principles of either party to prevent nay man front voting for them no matter who his jjhoico for governor Now If you want to keep yourself potted on the political Issue of the coming wunpaign subscribe for TUE HERALD I c5 4 HARRY ARNETT of Sfilyersxilltl- was at the Day Houso Sunday evening and TilE HERALD man in torvie ved him about the political situation in Magoffin ie tho Brown bolters otc So faros Mngofiin isI concerned said Mr Arnott there is not much said owing to tho fact of Mr Halters candidacy but in Jackson whore I spend a good part of my time and in Bronthitt county Brown has quite a strong following among his followers be ing Charloy Little Sam and John Patrick tho Hnginsea tho Stid hams etc otc Brown has 40 or moro admirers in tho town alone and in Brenthitt county his fol lowing will porhaps number 200 or more Indeed I hoard Charley Little offer to bet 500 that ho would poll that many votes and nobody nabbed tho bet Mr Arnott iis a Republican J G TKIMHLE of Mt Sterling spent several days of last and this week hero In reply to an inquiry of THE HERALD man as to tho Brown movement in Montgomery ho said that ho boliovod Brown would poll moro votes than Goobol in that county and ho would not bo surprised if ho carried tho county Ho says Mr Brown is gnining strength every day BUDGET OF NEWS The heathens worship an idol of stone tho Republicans worship an idol of gold o D O It is not considered proper in France to call a man a liar lie is always re ferred to as a contributor to tho dos sier o o o Americans are supreme in all branches of life and if a competition in typewirt crs could bo arranged between Gen Otis and the notorious Gen Weylcr there would be no reason to fear the result- o n 0 In tho excitement of tho moment it has probably not occurred to most peo pie that in our latest feat of expansion we have succeeded in gobbling a full fledged Mohammedan and all his tribe 0 O 0 President McKinley alludes often to maintaining the honor of the ting yet he interposes his authority to retain in the service on full pay an army ollicer found guilty of embezzlement by court martin o o a It is now announced that President McKinley will take time to go to New York to attend the reception of Adinial Dowcy and incidentally gain a little re llcctcd popularity for use in the cam paign o o o Funstons name is added to the long list of those who having visited the Philippines and hud an opportunity to see tho Filipplnon return to this country convinced that the expansion policy of the administration is wrong o o o Attorney General Griggs says he will do nothing in the Carter court martial case until Carters attorney Wayne Mac Vcugh returns from Europe So doubt the attorney for Capt Carter can be in duced to prolong his stay to help out his dent o a o Time Idaho Wyoming nnd North Da kota regiments have arrived at San Francisco from Manilla and a largo number of tho men say that tho Islands are not worth keeping as a gift and that it may take years to complete the conquest o o o Bryans latest suggestion to license tho trusts while calculated to startle ono at first in its originality is a most excellent plan for the granting thin license tho Federal Government can make such conditions will squeeze tho water out of the stock and prevent tho monopolization of any industry o o a Because of tho potty jonlousici sur rounding the Oils regime in Manilla it ila n well known fact that whenever that gallant soldier I iwton or any of tho otirOghtlng generals is about to ac cou4 1dish nnythlng of innportauce hlt Iis fniathlintely recalled and Iput on other Unty and it ill owing to this scheming that the war Is allowed to drug o o 0 Union labor in the United States will scarcely endorse the arrest and sentence by United States authorities in Cuba of n man named Ferrer n delegate to the Cuban Masons Union who got ten da8I Imprisonment for having peacefully some carpenters to join a masons stake If United States troops are used against labor in this way in Cuba how long will it be before the same authori I ties will take similar action against labor in tho United States I The Western 00fI grant from Spain of the exclusive right to Uy cables Jn Cubit Whether this claim is well justified It would seem might be left for the courts to determine but the AdministrAtion Lae intertereti- to uphold tho monopoly to tho extent of employing American troops to prevent tho Jmdiug of a cable of a rival company Thus it is iigaiu demonstrated that the big monopolies have good cause for fAvor- ing President McKiuelys reelection 0 Although the proclamation of the Phil ipplno Commission last April promised that local funds collected for local purposes shall not bo diverted to other ends it in stated on good authority that taxes in Luzon are being diverted to support tho army instead of being applied to municipal purposes This was the old Spanish policy and our bud faith in returning to it will scarcely re dound to tho honor of the flag or con vince the natives that time President can be trusted III other particulars o O O Recent reports to the War Department show that there has been a marked change in the attitude of tho military governors of Cuban provinces Formerly in their public addresses though nothing was promised Still Cubans were always led I to believe that in tho very near future the entire uHuirn of the island would be turned over to them Now this sort of thing is carefully omitted The military cammandcrH seem to have reason to be lieve that President McKinley no longer feels us strongly as when he expressed himself that territorial acquisition as a result of tho war would be criminal gression V 4 nnHflSUU0 9ahiaans6 1r w BUVINO oiMior PROM 1Y E ROSENBURGER do CO I901104 E 1024 St NEW YORK CITY The Largest Clothing Manufacturers In America OHKAT BARGAIN OPFIBI 50jI 6wltWI Pay 6zpraar 15w lilt art mid up of All Wl CaiilMirt trlMMtd with stblchItenlbebtdwerhsaO- hl cat Dal13restsd1Mae a U a years wltha- im Ihrlrd SalUr Callar ce U 13 t ar with atlatUrCdlar AIIPaoukavtPaUotWalttBaaJa WtMatf pieces or the cloth Ad titra butt with tack Mil aladytiItlruallrr1 tthto ofdirlof Mod Pet OBca CiyrtM Nay Ordtr r HtfUuni Uttwa ale1 aft at lad birthday sd U largo 0 r smell for kU ag Montr cheerfully refunded If et MlUfactorj Stud ac ataapa tot anplrt taps masers suwrlaa- hl at He 4 I= l ROSEfDAVIS TILE BlaoRSlllitnS AND WagOQlllakeISO 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 be considerate enough to call and settle at once as we need money to run our business and must have what is due us ts payour own debts tlclltWo venous ori mrcbwlctl or Inveutlvo mind wllturooUUThe VATCMT ItbcoilU UalUmore Md SILAS B KA8H M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Office at residence uml calls Answered at all hours Obstetrics a specialty Iicioci4At Louis Gus StroBS f LEXINGTON KY IY Op Beautiful Cassimere Suits at i 5 Beautiful Blue Suits G A R style at sSvm Genuine Imported Blue Serge Suits at 10 Best 25c Underwear in theWorld DepartmenistIn Ii1 workmanship xc we defy the world Our stock of Boys and Childrens Clothin is complete representing the products of a the leading manufacturers of the United State 1WeSale Goods or Fire Sale GoodsII Our reputation for the past thirty years u a sufficient guarantee LOUIS 3 GUS STRAUS Lexingtons Leading Clothiers 1 j TRAININO1 JFEED STABLES u 7 iSaos I have feedIIIIIdesirehorsespasture at reasonable rates V I LIVELY STABIES IHIAlso for the convenience and accom modation of guests of the Day louse at hazel Green and L Park Hotel at Torrent J J have opened nearby two firstclass livery Ntnbles where I will keep buggies toddle l horses and hacks for hire nt alt times Per KOIIH wishing a vehicle to meet them at t McCnuswy car telephone me and have any desired vehicle or saddle horse promptly I I will also have a lull supply of hacks forhlro to driimmcrii which will he IIn tlmc charge of careful drivers amid for which they cancontrnct by the day for any length 011j 4JI eilbcrbieCauseyping water tor them WlleUCcr desired 1 Day and Swango water fresh and free on ice and tap for guests at L Park hotel J TAYLOR DAY q LAMPSccctccrta JOHN M ROSE DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDIS- EThis week invites your attention to broughttopnrlordiningthoywillin tuo grocery line you will find tho best in the market r r I tiQ 1i It l tI b 1 1h i f k r t ti- qs S ttc s A s fiu F tt- r l- Ji a t klfN oIJOr g I rq u Y HeadziheS-a oftta a warning that the liver Is torpid or Inactive Mora serious troubles may follow For a prompt efficient cure of Headache and all Uver troubles ta- kuHoods ilPill8s While they rouso the liver restore full regular action ot tio bowels they do not grlpo or pain do not irritate or Inflame tho Internal organs but have a posltlvo tonic effect 25c at all druggists or by mall ot- C I Hood 4 Co Lowell Moss THE HERALD A FARM JOURNAL Great From now to Doc 1003 Offer Nearly 5 Years By special arrangement made with tho publishers of tho FAKM JOURNAL wo nro enabled to offer that paper to every subscriber who pays for THE HERALD ono your ahead for only 100 both papors for tho price of ours only our pa per ono year and tho FAHM JOUR NAI from now until December 1903 nearly 5 years The FAUM JouiiNAii is an old established pa per enjoying great popularity ono of tho best and most useful farm papers published This offnr should bo accepted without delay Born to the wife of Will Brewer re cently a boy Bill Mfcfabb and wife paid White Oak n visit on Sunday lost Born to the wife of Frank Bowling a few days since a boy Miss Mina Nickell was a visitor at Mrs S 13 Kushn on Monday last Mrs John Pieratt of Grasy paid Mrs S B Kash a visit on Monday last Mrs Kaiser Day and Miss Lib Prather of Pin Hook were shopping here lust week Jim Taulbe whose illness was mention ed in This HIKAU some time ago is improving Rev Charles Johnson will preach at Consolation school house onnext Satur day night Dr Mason Cash Floyd Diy and daughter Golden were mingling in our midst last week Miss Mary Oliver of Mt Sterling re turned home SturdIlY She had been the guest of Iiss Maggie Ivtish for several weeks Misses Mnggio Kash and Carrie Rose will leave in a few days to visit friends and relatives at Mt Sterling Carlisle and Moorcfield Col Bryan by going to Kentucky to help Mr Goebel out of his troublr8lIIn succeed only in getting himself into trouble Pittsbnrg Dispatch viKitinghiatives and friends in this place last week and returned homo Monday Your taxes are duo and must be paid now So please call and settle and save trouble as I am compelled to collect If F PIKUATT D S MM Sarah Jane Lawson wife or Tax Lawson of Frozen creek died at her home last Saturday of flux aged about B5 years She leaves besides her hus band eight children and many other relatives Miss Susie Long will please accept the thanks of tho editor and his bettor J for three dozen of the finest largest and most luscious tomatoes that it hits been our good pleasure to smack our two lips over this season countyJamesj Hitt and Mrs S D Dob on of Millers burg are guests at Mrs Ellen Kashs Hazel Green Hotel Mrs Dobson left for her homo Wednesday Why dont sonic enterprising man burn n brick kiln in this place Y It would cor tainly pay and pay handsomely John AI itoso needed a thousand brick last week and hind to haul thorn from West Loberty where they cost him ono cent a piece Ellis Johnson of Lacy creek is pur chasing all the geese in tho countryjam already has 1G1 Ills purpose is to graze them and get the feathers after which lie will sell them for perhaps what ho is now paying for thorn which is about 25 cents a head odsSRrus tho ono true blood purifier it makes pure rich healthy lifegiving blood Hoods rtho liver and bowels net easily yet promptly 25c M THE SCIIOOLXISXKB86 Shes only a fair Bchoolralitrcis But 0 she reasons right Revealing In the school room brightInstilling Those treasures 0so dear Which fits them for tho future And cake the skies more clear bodyAndplnceAndcountyAsThe children all will hall her ngl1lnShell eyesAndHer task IN so delightful dayTo mind In wisdoms purest way gloomTheFor theyll never get another Like this sweet girl I know SAM WIHOX fintlcUmThursday roadnear the residence of Taylor Johu son on the state roada kissinghug scooped down and bit him upon the up- Pir lip inflicting a very painful wound tie says that for a few moments he experience the queerest sensation ho over felt in his life and thought he would fall from his sent Tho sting felt liko sonic seven needles penetrating the flesh at ono time and accompanying the sting was a stench omitted from tho bug that was almost unbearable and absolutely indescribable He says ho hind looked upon the reports of the kissing bug and its depredations as fakes of the foulest kind but having come in contact with one which left the impress of his visit on his lip he is now ready to make affi davit that they are au avowed and awful fact Quite a number of boarders for panel Green Academy have already enrolled and many others ore expected soon Morgan county sends four to begin and there will be more than a score of others from the same county Tho young men and women of Morgan county know what a good school is therefore many of them enroll in Hazel Green Academ countysbestpupils in this Academy end mummy others are arranging to follow them Eob Anderson who lost his eyesight sometime in January last or nearly so was in town Monday He can i ee some but his vision in only such its takes in objects in their outline without distin guishinc marks That is he can see an object like a walking cane two or three feet off but he cannot tell the color etc Ills health however is excellent and he is in good spirits and hopes fur the bet ter Rev Charley French and wife of Lexington arrived here Monday and will visit here for a week or so during which time ho will ho the guest of John II Ruse and wife andother relatives and fricmlf Miss Golden Day of Jackson who has been visiting her gramlparentx Dr and Mrs Mason Kash for soveral days left Afonday for home accompanied by her father Floyd Day Charley Johmon of Frozen creek was hero Alondoy and reports an epcdimic of flux in that neighborhood Two of Jas Lawsons children Kelly Shackelford aud others have it A letter was received lure Saturday from Moody Lacy in which be stated that ho was better and on duty and thinks he may bo sent to tho Philippines at nay tim- eIAKE ONLY tho best when yon n medicine Hoods Sursnpa rilln Is tho best blood purifier ncrvo and stomach tonic Get HOODS Afrs W IIDay surd little daughter Inez who were visiting F N Day and family returned to their home at Mc Causey Inst Wednesday Mrs A K Day and Miss Liberty Prater of Walnut Grove wore the guests of Mrs F N Day Monday having some dressmaking done Born to the wife of Richmond Dc Busk of Alize neighborhood Sunday September 3 HmO a boy William Goo be Robert Day went to the reunion at Frcnchburg Saturday and also visited his brother W L Day at AfcCauscy The enrollment at time academy on Monday was 07 the largest in the history of the institution Mrs Alice Pieratt and children spent Sunday with her uncle Jeff Af Koso and family of Lacy creekIAfrs Ilebecca Swango and sister Mrs Dr Cl iil Kash passed through hero Saturday Many visitors were present at the opening of Hazel Green Academy on Monday Roy J Af Little and wife have moved from Jackson to their farm on Gilmore TO CURE A COLD IN ONE WAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money if it fails to cure 26c The genuine has L B Q on each tablet ertedvisit to relatives and friends in this sec homeall yinmeddling Dr Brackeon Jason Cox of Christy creek neighborhood in Rowan county passed through here Tuesday to visit bin son Brack Cox of Torrent and attend tho Red River association of Baptists which will convene tomorrow at some church in Jktill county The old doctor tells us that he has enjoyed the best of health during the past year and does thoughheThe annual meeting of the West Lib arty district will be held with the Chris tian church at West Liberty beginning on Friday before tho third Sunday in SundayPlease Powell Fayette Fleming and Mason are among the counties represented In Hazel Green Academy this full Okla homa Territory also has a represent ative Mrs Nnnne Clark took membership plncoSundRYof the Presbyterian church Among other attractions rt the Well leyan academy at Campton Ifa a free reading room which is 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In Palace hotell where he wll find remain of Mr Weldon Carulh tra currently reported for past two wccltn to be out of town Detective nceems to con ncct letter with attempt made on IIII own Ufo some time previous Goes with friend Dr Lampkln to InvcBlgatc Upon Bcarch of Caruthera apartments remains of cre mated body and jeweled hand of victim are found In a vase Hand bears marks of finger nails manicured to sharp points Lampkln recalls reports of a row between Caruthers and Arthur Qlelow tx th suitors for hand of Dorothy Huntington who IIs heiress to several million should uho marry Carulhers unconditionally In case of Car ethers death Lato that night Hcmlrlcks and Lampkln call at home of Mlwi hunting ton Dorothy shows detective typewritten letter which was an Invitation for herself and aunt to occupy wnh Count llaminnl Italian nobleman his box at horse show as ho was called out of town by prcmliiK buMneas She recalls Glclow had oxprumeil before murder Intense hatred for Caruthers and believes him guilty yet decides to help him and with her aunt goes to Ills studio Below has fled Ills servant Ucttr tolls Df overhearing confession to Dantntil heart thought the toaster Insane lien ricks concealed In room hmru till this lltndricku goes to consult Kola an Kuxt Indian Interested In occult rcscnrchcn who had helped him In much provloux detectI- Ve work unit located In nn old colonial rntn don nmong tho pullandca Dr Ltnip kin Is summoned by llcndrlckif who has Leon nliot llullot IN removed and detective warned not to leave MM room lien drlftUr unknown enemy liad tried tochlo rofoitn hint In his sleep Dolrutlve lunc- hWaltsd just In time but was wounded by pistol knot before lie could prevent his UM aallant et enpe llondrlcks call for u ere oratory employ who conllrtnu tho supposition that ashes lound wire those of human body Miss Iluntlnicton rteilvm letter from Glclow in his own handwriting pojtmarkrd at Charleston ft e ttlllnu of his crime and Might Noted graphologist oxaninri handwriting of thlH Ulitr and- sayu It 3 ficnutnc During u cull on Hcrm Denhon octectlvo of polc department Kcndrlck cornea Into pnssan or tuff with words written In blood uvir GUluw tkrrie to effect Lot ho was Innocent surv IIi Lpd confined Going to UU lows studio liunrl Identities cure as hula ma twr Hurl ldls of strange Inllll neo lluntlnnl had oVlr Glelow HendrlckH comes to conclu shall Huutlnnl was the murderer and through hypnotism made Gitlow confess buh In person to llunrl and Iby IctUrs to others Hcndrloks and Lampkln KO to JkOlua retreat Kola tells than Glelow Ui deed and to Iprove hlM suprriintural Inhiawhich I li ImmltM to HinurUkt amidst a tot of occult habordash lola warns dt twctlvo 0n attempt In to be made on his life iUuchlng home llendricko learns how r carly Kola dccelvcnl him when hU moths Nils or dlnappcarunio of lllblt after one at Kolas calls during hl abacncv In Itos ton Coming now to UlelowM experience tbu story goes back to night of murder llantinnl by his strange power nbducttd his victim Glolow wakes In narrow cell and realizes ho Is starving Uanttnnl teila his prisoner he ii In Ills power and how during three days of unoonticloutnest lie bad been used to write lottcru to Mss llur T Ington and tho police Tho Imprisoned un lit manages to loosen a utono In wide of rtli Through this opening ho decides to lund a BiesiufftAo the outside world CIIAPTKU XV11I CONTINWK- HQIclow did not flinch UH he thrust the knife hindu into hla wrlat Continued to the agony of his whole being the slight pricking sensation WIIK nothing Then when the blood had lowed ot t and stood In n bIg drop on Isle left wrlst bo began tq write his mesuigu with the knife blade Itwas dlfllcult work even fur a eklllful artist for hU hind shook sa If with ague aM his strength wtiHiil most gone llertMs whnt he wrote economizing in words for his entice urns limited Innocent Confined by C Bamlnnl I know not where Send help Starving fake to police AIlTHUn OIEI OV Then rolling the cuff tightly nod tjiug it with the torend he hurriedly pushed It Into the crack lie wuh afraid the couple would rise nnd wntk ea According to hla calculation the soil lodged just beyond the reach of hU Angers anti then Lc set about to con flete hula operation He tore his handkerchief into hfimU Acd tying the ends together he iiuule long string Then holding pieces of traw to his hand he tightly wrapped tkcm with the ntriugs till he lUll con structed a rod of straw about four feet Im length With this after many full mel he finally pnihed the cuff through the crevice lie raw It fall from the reek strike something nnd Uip into the sunlit space For nn Insttuit it WOK last to sight and then he i av it roll Jato the roadway about SO feet from the iMlr on the bench They happened to be gazing into each others eyes and did tRee it Then a carriage the driver of which wore n high lint and a blue jeOjftt with brass uuttonc whirled past The hoofs of the horsed knocked the bloodstained messenger out ot UIclows light Ills Mart Milk within him Trem lUlBf If he took off ks rcmalninffcuff IlN IfctiWwd drop Jwd become meare F LJ t f n and dry on his wrist and his right hand shook pitifully Its no use he said with a groan Again he peered through the crevice The sun seemed to be going down The lovers had risen and seta In oral were strolling away For n few moments Glclow lily motionless on the straw then he tried to replace the wedge of stone to hide the opening trout Han tinni but he was fco weak that it fell from his nerveless fingers All at once It grew dark bout him lie felt ah if he were being tossed on the boson of nn angry sea Twentyfour hours later there was a hurried step outside The door opened and Count Itnntlnnl came in holding a lantern over his head lie brought veil ink n pad of paper and nn envelope The darkness outside anti the shine ofI his lantern prevented his seeing the crnck In the rock i Putting the lantern down by the ar tist he shook him violently Wake up he said gruffly I want you to write Write Write I sny Hut Glelow did not stir The count swore sullenly and lifted the lantern to that Its rays fell ncrots the prisoners face Tie thrust his fingers Into the bosom of Jlclows shirt Breathing lint that Is nlll he mut tered Ah ns his eyes noted the pen knife nnd the bloody wrist he wanted to puncture a vein and get It over but wns too cowardly Yellare going fast enough my boy I can do without your penmanshfp He unlocked the msnnclcs from the prisoner wrists nnd ankles kicked them aside and left the cell CHAPTKIt XIX The next morning after the visit to Kola Ilcndrlcks reached his ofllce lIe tore his office boy The first thing he did was to look through the Herald for Juts advertisement It WitS there word for word as he hnd written It Now lit told hlmsilf thou there was nothing to do hut to hope for n reply to It tic busied himself writ Ira letters until nine oclock ad then Ur Lnmpkin hurried III Oood morning lie said I couldnt go to work today with rll this uncer tainty on my mind so I clime riglt hereto uunlt developments UIII you en uresold HrndricVs cor dially as ho bent again over lilt desk When he lunch laid his perm aside laaiim I kin said I hardly slept n wink 1hl M night I uuiildmt get tint wonderful perform ance of Kolas out of my head It isl In advance of anything I ever hoard of llvndrkhs laughed nnd recounted what had occurred between him and lila mother on his arrival at honr- hn trick after nilerllll the doc tor and then his face hanknod iindur nn afterthought but you certainly mentioned the Illble of your own ne cord Thats the point that kept me awake last nifht confessed IJendriuks drylyI For a moment both men were silent then Ijimpkln mid There Is only one way In which he could have done It How Is that 1 asked Ilendrick deeply Interested loin had the Illble ready and when he told you to bolcct some article at homo I noticed that he gazed steadily Into your eyes Through telepathy and hypnotism combined he must have im pressed the Idea of the book on your mind Hut he opposed me In that he Tint wns only for effect The whol6 thing wns most skillfully done Hi suggested the lUlblc to you hypnotical 1 ly and forced you to demand that tumid nothing else Can that sort of thing be done In the east it Is considered mere chlhllI piny- llendricks stared at his friend for n moment then he brought his hand down on his desk with a resounding blow Ily Jove that makes three he eJnc ulated Three what V asked the doctor Three similarities between Kola and Count llantinnl I dont follow you said Lnmpkin leaning forward eagerly Ily Jove Itiniikrn four cried lien Bricks his iyn sparkling Listen As he lay there last night and grew whiter and whiter I remarked n little Indenta tion on each side of his nose which must have been made by a pair of pinch nose ghisMs Not as Kola never to my knowledge wore glasses anti ns Ittintinnl WHS never seen without them that similarity occurred to me ctmy glance wandered to his long finger nails and their grewsome points and Imntlnnl popped into my head again Then what should enter my mind but that it was Kola himself who had often used that foreign idiom contained in the letter to Miss Huntington Aiid now we know that Kola Is a hypnotist of rare ability anti so Is Dantinni An exclamation of wonder escaped the doctors lips Do you really think Kola and Dan tine are Identical Oh no laughed the detective If I did should net at once The similari ties are there but they may mean noth ing at all At this juncture the door opened and Scrgt Den ham entered Ills whole manner was that of a man who had sud denly met with great disappointment Good roaming Cupt Jlendrlcks Mid hf reipectfully aria he made a careless sign of greeting to Dr Lamp kin Oh Its Capt Ilondricks ehV snld the detective lightly What has come over the splritof your dream my boy V The sergeant sat down awkwardly A flush was rising in his checks- I have come to beg for advice he solds5 you are not concerned In the Caruthers affair I thought you might lie willing to give me a pointer You see the chief trusted the whole business to me and 1 was so confident of the ro liability of certain information 1 hind in the shape of a letter from tile low broke In Ilcndrlcks smiling broadlyYes admitted the sergeant In as lonUhmcnt How did you know A letter that every lknown expert declared was no forgery Yes Well go on Im listening For a moment the young oiliccr hung his head In embarrassment then he pulled himself together and concluded nut in following the letter up we met with nothing but failure Mr lien Bricks I am at the end of my rone nnd it realty looks as if I am going to be set back Capt Mcltac is furious none Ah that would be too bad said Ilcndrlcks with a touch of genuine sym path In his voice You have time In gredients of success in your makeup tumid above all you hOc enthusiasm which when it Is well curbed is the main thing Your egotism will rub off I see exactly how the land lies and 1 want to help you In fact 1 will if you J will join me Ill do anything In Gods world you suggest Mr Hendricks said the sergeant warmly a hopeful noto coming into his voice Well just let It he known at head quarters that you have become asso ciated with me in the case and together we will get what we can out of It I am no fool and I know that for a young detective to join me will he no discredit to him especially If we win It will be the making of me snid Dcnham beaming all over nut 1 cant set whnt can be done 1 can answered Hendricks with a glance askance at Lampkln Sergeant I have been hard nt work on this ease since the night tho affair was discos ered You Navel Yes mind never got any substantial clew till you gave it to me Thats why I am willing to help you now I gave it to out said Dcnliani his brow contracted The cuff with the bloody message on It cxckiimcd Ilcndrlcks It was writ I HE BEGAN TO WRITE HIS MESSAC WITH HIS KNIFE BLADE ten by Glelow and he is now starving if he is not dead somewhere in confine uncut He is in the power of n certain Count Itantinni you rend It Hatitam who was n rival of his for the hand of Miss llontingtou- lenhnalsnstonislunentfeas too great to admit of evpresslon Hendriektt passed a copy of the herald over to him You see he said in dicating with his finger a ponce among time personals 1 am trying to find the man whom you sent awny without talc ing down his address If we knew where he picked up that cult we would be on the road to success Deiihtim crossed hili legs and fouled his arms awkwardly Apparently he hail a struggle with his pride As fur as thin IU concerned he said sheepishly I can help you on that point I remember now that my as sistant who tasked with the fellow told me that he said he had picked np tIll cuff on time new road which her brrn cut by nn old colonial house nbov Fort Lei on the Iuisades 1 could huiv told you thiMi but i wets nu ass I was so full of my own importance that I simply lied to you Hendricks raised his open hand in the air all the fingers apart He wan gazing Into Lampkins astonished eyes Five he exclaimed Koln anll Count Hantlnnl are one anti the same Glclow Is confined somewhcrenbout the old house The sergeant was more than mysti fled Ilcndrlcks sprang up llNplaiu it all to him doctor he said pointing to the officer I must formulate n plan pf Immediate action He stood nt the window his hano locked behind him while Lnmpkin was explaining the matter to Denhnm and just after the doctor had finished he f rout1Ingseat near the telephone We must prepare Koa for our tom ing he said to Denhnm If he aes our turnout approaching he may give us the slip I think 1 can fix him by call ing him up a moment Good idea remarked the sergeant and he and the doctor drew near the telephone Ilcndrlcks rang nnd In a steady unconcerned tone asked for the desired connection For n moment he stood perfectly still holding the receiver to his car then he laughed Hello Kola I know your voice J say my boy you ployed me fine last night 1 never closed my eyes once Oh you neednt laugh Theres no fun In that sort of thing What Yes hes upset too He was in my office as soon as 1 was anxious to talk it over He lost sleep too 1 think But I say Kola I am in s dilemma about this murder case 1 wont your advice When J tell you what I half way suspect I think you may advise me to go almond If you have no objections Ill come out with Lamp kin and give you my views and then Iif you still hold that I ougut to drop the matter 1 will do it Whats that A little loudcr plcase Oh yes a thorough convert at Inst I shall never stale sport of your phil osophy again Then we may come out atonceAnd then although the doctor was within reach of his land Hemlrichs raised his voice as if speaking to someone In the next room All right doctor he says we may conje Ill send down for a cab Imposing silence with a gestuic of the hand time detective led them Into the other room and closed the door lies completely off his guard and tickled to death over my credulity Hell be the worst surprised individual that ever looked down time barrel of a sixshooter Now to business Well nil three take the elevated to One Hun dred and Twentyfifth street Ill tele phone for a carriage to meet us there Doctor make out an order for sonic restoratives In ease Glelow Is alive we will need them Dr Lampkin penciled a pcrscription and sent time ollice boy to time ncares drug store r hope he remarked IA Hendricks that you are sure of your ground III be lieving that Kola nnd lIantSnnl are Iden ticalOh thats all right grunted lien drieks You see the court didnt cause Gielow to dhuippcdr the very night I got back without n rcnson He must have been kccplng a close watch on my movements Mid knew tvhen I returned My smother tells me that Kola called to ask about me every afternoon during my absence tumid he never let a tiny slip during that time without drop ping in this olliec Why every time he carne he saw his letter to niH lying un opened on my desk Oh the whole thing bears the imprint of the Indian nlldl could make It clear to you if 1 hnd tune In his role as psychic adviser to the rich set he got acquainted with their ways and lining desirous of getting rich suddenly he resorted to the Italian noblennn rase He felt that I knew him better than anyone else In Sow York and tried to blow me out of his path Falling iu that he nay Inure decided to let me etist awhile longer but when he hind stained his hands with human blood he become shaky and made another trial ft joy windpipe ITO lift CYISTIXURO Tin Hollo uf Will Little harryPa v hnl is meant vy marching out with the honors of vat InWcllor instance If TonTny Brown were to knock you down mind pumuiel you until you yellcdenorgh and then let you up nnd told you to gum home null never step into his batk yard again 7011 would march off with the honors of war limit If Instead of let ting you up when you confessed yoa were licked he kept on pounding you until somebody stopped him then you wouldnt get off with the honors of warBut I wouldnt march off with toe honors of war anyway if thats how Its done Why not I Cailse when he let me up nnd toH me to never step In his backyard ngrili Id git a rock nnd swat biroClera land Leader An nconnmlrnl Cook A Chinaman will bake a time hI- n dO ln with n mere handful of fuelI The boiler he lists Is large mind coat shaped icing sometimes two feet 1n diameter and one foot deep It covets the tare with merely a small portion of the lower part of the case but the heat and flames enfold the rest Watfr nnd rice are put at the bottom with n frame over them anti on this are cgetarlleSI diameter and in this another dish ft often placed the contents of which I GlobeDemocrat are cooked by the steam St Loco HM Proud Ieaecnt- OBrienAnd so Jaycrs is proud MI hii ilcsolnt is he McTurk Yis he to turrlbly stuck nj nbout it- Well begorra Olre a bit OT u d lInt mesllf to boast about 01 desclnb cd four stories wanst whin the lndd I tlaialtlaII II Honor Is Purchased by Deeds We Do Deeds not words count In battlofpeace AS welt AS fn war It is nolivhat we SAy but what Hoods SarsaparillA does that tells the story of its merit It has won many remarkable vIctories over the arch enemy of mankind impure blood If is the best medicine money can buyBe sure to get only Hoods because toot SaMaJlU Fee Strnntycly Earned It was on the night of tLs Jeffries ritz niminons prize light and a man reached the West side apartment house in which ho lived about two oclock A search of all his pockets failed to briiiR forth his hunch of Keys He rang the bell repeatedlyI for tier janitor but could response lIe was exceedingly tired Mere wus no hotel in time neighhorhoodjalld besides there were lam was jujidyjjjiuie for him lromhOUlecave him an idea He liiibhed the button Lard for 30 seconds or more In due season the physician came to the door and opened it- What is your fee for night calls asked the lockcdout individual replyAlland couldnt get in Sorry to trouble you upstairshappyCllllcclX Y Tribune A Slioiuiy Announcement A Kansas printer in making up the forms one day in a hurry got a marriage and n grocers notice mixed up so they read as fol lows John finitli and Ida Quay were united in the bonds of holy sauerkraut which will bc sold by the quart or barrel Mr Smith is nn esteemed codfish nt ten cents while the bride has nice pigs feet to die play Michigan Lyre ISIji boor Maunrii 1ulln Excursion On August 15 till lUg Four route will run their annual excursion to Ningarn Falls Tho rata will lie only StKI from either Cin nimdinghtI- ng lines will sell excursion tickets via the Big Four route For full Information call on your loenl agent or address Warren J Lynch 31 A Big Four route- Cincinnati U A quarrelsome man is always a petty man Atchison Globe NO REMEDY EQUALS PERUNA SO THE WOMEN ALL SAY 1 Miss Susan Wyraar Mils Susan Wymar teacher in the Rich mond school Chic ego III writes the follow ill saysOnlycar know what a blessing it is to be able to find relief in Pcruna This hums been my experience A friend in need is a friend in deed and every bottle of IVruna I ewer bought proved a good friend to ticSusanWymar Mrs Margaretlia Daubcn 1214 North Superior St Hacine City Wis writes I feel o well and good and happy now that pqn can not describe it PeiiMii ill everything to me 1 have taken several bottles of Pcru na for female complaint Inom in the change of life and it does me good Peru na has no equal in all of the irregularities and emergencies peculiar to women caused by pelvic catarrh Address Dr Hartman Columbus 0 for a free book for women only Remember that cholera morliu cholera infantum summer complaint bilious colic diarrhoea and dysentery are each and nil catarrh of the bowels Catarrh is the only correct name for these affection Pcruna it an absolute specific for these ailments which ore so common in rummer Dr Hart man in a practice of over forty years never lost u single case of cholera infantum dysen tery diarrhoea or cholera morbus and his only remedy was Pcruna Thoie desiring further particulars should send for a free copref Simroer Catarrh Address Dr Hartman Columbus 0 CDR M0FFETT n TEETHING POWDERS AMI HiRtttlcm nrtralitM the Motels and hates Teething Rue TKETIirM Relieves the Dowel Troubln or Children of Any Age and CosU Only B Cents Ask Your Druggist for it C INKI- s what Uncle Sam uses A e AllBeet CM In time Bold br dreesuu p UMPTIQN nA- l to I 1 jA j ef r 7wr 4 a m ah j 1 1i i f r tI 11- J r c 3sj3y 3a33333333333333- 91rt i in flrcbitccftire f J DCS1GMO AND WRITTEN tSMCULLY FOR I tu TillS PAPER m W tE=EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE beV1of a modern home The style of archi tecture partakes of the colonial character The treatment presents some rich architectural effects such us the large circular veranda for the main entrance with its columnar effect the handsome frieze and large balcony the oval hay windows and roof buys The arrangement of the interior Is thoroughly In keeping with a design of this character and will meet all time requirements of a modern and convenient home The foundation walls are com posed of blue limestone the exposed surfaces move the grade being rook range random work neatly pointed with colored cement mortar A III FRONT KLKVATIOX inch wall of hardburned brick laid in cement mortar extends through the basement from the front to tin rear thus making firm support for tit diviiion bearing walls This house is of frame construction tie timber used be phurTheI floorjoistsl by 10 inches and the second find third Iloor joists by 10 inches ah placed on Ifiinch cotters The sec ond and third Iluor joists are notched onehalf inch over one 1 by iIIIlh joist stringer let Into the stud one inch and then spiked The studs and joists are firmly nailed to each other the joist being cross bridged with II by ttiiich bridging i feet apart and nil interior studs stilT ened with diagonal blocking courses The big rafters lire 2 by S inches the rhfye rafters are 2 bv 10 inches and nil others 2 by 0 inches placed Ill Inches on centers The rafter plate is 2 by 4 Inches doubled mud all corner posts ore 4 by G inches The collar hellos are 2 by 0 inches placed Iii incites on centers and the plates on the stone wall arc two 2 by 10 plank having broken joists and well bolted to stone work The outside walls and roofs tire cov ered with yellow pine fihca thing planed and matched blind nailed to every stud Ilflll rafter All plain surfaces on tlc exterior are covered with sheathing paper over which ore placed first quality yellow poplar weather- boards 31y2 Inches wide and laid 2 tt inches to the weather All exterior finish including veran da porches window and door casings water table base brackets Inposts etc etc to be of clear white pine The turned columns on the veranda are sol id poplar with hole two Inch bored checkingTheare lined with narrow beaded ceiling secret nailed Time roof of the building veranda and porch is covered with ce dar shingles The floors of the attic aro yellow pine Kitchen and pantry floors parlordiningquet floors of oak threeeighth Inches thick blind nailed The rest of the floors Is common white pine The floors of the veranda anti porch are ta by 2 4Inch white pine tongued and grooved nod blind nailed to the 2 by 8inch joist supported on the ISInch stone wall The balcony over the veranda Is composed 2 by 10 Inch joist chamfered lon to give a fall to the gutter at nil points on which is lake sheathing of yellow pine covered with tiu The chimneys mire topped out from the roof up with hull pressed brick laid in white cement mortar with sunken joists All hues arc S by S inches lined I with tine lining OK SKM1COLONMAL IlKSIDKNCK I a waterproof I Tlie4iisldc llnMi of this inane Is I plain and neat TillI main stairs are finishedI throughout in quartered red tries The front door IB veneered and 1 has an oval plate glass All inside doors are fivecross panels I1inchei thick 2 feet S Inehe wide and 7 feet high The Interior wood work is treated with three coats of Ibest coach nrnish well rubbed and sandpapered between each coot thu last hang a flowing coat The bath roost is wainsooted with cement and the capping is of a neat wood molding All pint wood finish wilt be painted four coats of ivory white paint Tha plumbing is of the open variety nil ex posed pipes Ming nickel plated brass I The tub is white cnamcdfd iron with I stern waste and uiekeNplatcd trim mings syphon jut closet note marble wash stand with 14 by 17Inch oral1 bowl nickel plated fixtures The en tire house Is wired for electric light and is piped for gas and furnace The house ss fitted up with speaking tubes elec tric bells and an annunciator The heating is by menus of hot nil with open grates in the rooms as Indial crated on the floor plans This home contains ten rooms the sizes of which are shown on tit floor plans Its cost is 3500 The engrav lag which forms the taisls of this ar tide Is a direct reproduction from a photograph taken especially for the purpose and gives n very good Idea of the appearance of the structure when completed GEORGE A W KIJTZ J P Bryant the Uardwcll Iiymil Bonaire owns the largest strawberry patch In the world It covert 1700 acres and has made lies fortune NEVER TO BE FORGOTTEN terrible Uliconifnr at fort Cat Traveling tics AVIldi oC South Africa In the old days while in South Africa the traveler had to trust himself to thc tender mercies of the post contracto and we did so ns a rule In tear nml trembling There were as In nil else Degrees in the various services but tbc man who could have found pleasure 1In- n trip even on the best roads must bnc Indeed possessed n disposition of which Mark Tapley might hoe been prom In some of the services on the prlnclpr routes from the Cape Colony and Snit the carts were well horsed the drivel were thoroughly up to their work an the conditions were made as desirabl as was possible under the circuit stases lint the carts hnd been bull to suit the roads the space was strict limited and the mnlls would absorb a considerable quantity of this spas and the unfortunate passenger jamme in between n couple of other unfortur ites his knees compressed against n pile of bags anti his back sore from cot slant friction against the seat soul tit in silent agony until his destinntio was reached the only relief obtair able being when the cart stopped ror the night mind the weary traveler could throw himself partly dressed on n bed to snatch a few hours sleep before thc drivers call at the earliest daw warned him that time dread hour had ai rived for him to again take his scat In the cart The start from town was always of the same nature The four or six horses would stand pawing the groan while a couple of Hottentots would hang on to their bends the drive would gather up the reins and eras his whip the boys would spring to one aide nod the equipage would dituir car in a cloud of dust in the distance ln sonic lines this would hold good nt ill the various stopping places but III Jthera once the first halt was reached and civilization left behind n span of weary nudes would be dragged reluc tantly forth anti the travelers hear would sink into his boots anti he would fiance reproachfully at the driver The mules would be inspanned and iin fresh start made anti the ricers as iistant would bring forth his sitar sjambok and prepare for business lender henrted travelers would at firs t- tsympathize with the unities Inter theii sympathy would he transferred to tin vretehed boy who had to urge them on IIly jumping down from the cart ever ew minutes and running alongtidi I he animals nm belaboring then After a time the travelers sympathy or both woidd have vanished and he ivould mentally consign both to th tether world Wheu the boy elimbei 1111 the curl at Intervals the passenger soul draw deep breaths livery ping comes to him who waits nnlillt ength n stage would be reached on tit amines of civilization where a span of torsos would be produced and a bet tel start made IJke tin Irish jarvey the pout cart driver firmly believed in saving a trot for the avenue and tin loach would wheel Into the village III n blaze of glory the driver awakening t he echoes with a shrill blast from lib ingle The village would turn out to see the cnlt arrive Th postmaster would mull himself together and assume n M ere judicial expression us of tilt who IUIII weighty business on hU hand 111111 must not lIe lightly approached 1hl cart would pull tlp rt the pot of ice and disgorge Clue mall and then wiuld innlti1 for the hotel 0 ice the trav ler would alight to IV welcomed by- htI host at the hospitable Mortals The IHagcwould by this tune bait the post lllce clamoring for their letters and assing implciunnt remarks as to the ihttorincxH of the pentameter held Itt of the fact that that oiHulal was forking like a gnHy hve inside 1111 little window would at length bq thrown open nod till pnbfc would re Llve their mail nml the past uneter ould draw a breath of relief anti iv Ire into the Innermost mems of hie welling and peaceful night would nee more settle down on tvlllage outh Africa IINiull lit M t1S tit IJIJnIII Knglish people will lei you that in iclrhappy Isle there are no such things 4i nioaqiitnts Jim guts pretty will sed to this kind of talk but in thin irtleular instance the bca t holds guOlI or rather dill hold goad until Ithin the last few years It Is not lone dollars that the summer tourist hns brought to London Mosquitoes he been imported and tthey linn stressed the Itriiish more than time American visitor 1robably the IInmc- ISli potent one to conjure with nod me idea of what terrible things are gated of mosquitoes may be learned from this simple tale of the north Hintrcc Sonic miners In remote work- Ings of n Yorkshire colliery reported to- thc superintendent that they lad heen much annoyed by the bites of mos nitocs sad found a large anti energetic donyof yellow batided VlUIJHiJnl- er jackets if you like that leper inslees Magazine A Ierlnil of IleiiciNP It seems real generous of him to let hls wife anti daughters go off for the summer and leave him at home alone Oh I dontknow Probably lie need- Ithecd rest himself Philadelphia Bui leUn w MVKINLEVS MODESTY The Helictit of Absurdity Ilenrhe IIyOur Seirnffnctujr I2x CCMtlVC Gnat are courage sobriety Industr love charity modesty but the great cstof these Is modesty Our noble execv tlc has of these qualities a plenty but af modesty he has enough to go aroun his entire cabinet if he could only In iucc the members to take sonic of It In the old days when bashfully mI mining that he was really the authc of the tariff measure which bore his name in nftcrtlmcs when hulled nli the shining exemplar of protection hcI stood on the floor of congress clad i I light gray Prince Albert n reclrollU in his lapel his right hand thrust Into his bosom still later when he depn crated the ardor of worshipers who likened him to the great Napoleon agreeing blushingly that he resemble the Corsican in brain but averring tha- physically he was of larger anti slim rater build still later when ns got trnor of Ohio 1m granted only nude extreme pressure that he was the dons nant unity of the republican party II lid subsequently when he shrinking pet emitted n bunch of enthusiastic ido titers to pay hIs debts modesty hns been his uhlefcst most charming chai seterlstlc It is as much u part of our henven horn ruler as are his gold rimmed eyeglasses and patent leathc shoes The other tiny we were Informed tin he would not attend the Xew York ceremonies of welcome to Admira Dewey Men of prominence have be sought him committees have called upon him the wires have tingled with messages of pleading from lOtlmm highest and best but nil to no purpose Why l Itccause he Is not willing to rob Dewey of the glory that belongs to him because he Is not willing to drat he eyes of the multitude front Dewe and center them on himself becaus he will not have the people to split the throatsand deafm hint with cheers thin should be reserved for Dewey because he believes that lot this Deco minim only Dewey IIs entitled to the ecu ter of the stage It IKI like him like on tmodest lilt rtml tie selfabnegating chesty Imperial duet His own judgment we are told In the dispatches his own sense of juts lice and propriety his natural Incllna then to give Dewey all of the credit tints coming to him weighed more luarilj In the balance than nil of the plead ngs argiimiiiiti timid inducements Ho it was that he tinilly decided to rc naln quietly in Vashlngton during tit iiibbul and turmoil of the Dewey re eption The original plan of tit ewey committee was for the president iccompanied by Vice President Ho tart and the cabinet to meet the ad niral at quarantine The idea was that here the president should extend tc the admiral the thanks nod greet ingi if a grateful public For a time tit president looked upon this plan with Favor and he came near to giving it his sanction lint the more he thought ocr It the mic he became convinced hunt he should do nothing that might Urn the luster of 1eweys star IVe rile n commniun sense public Isnt that delicious and await nn ifUrmntivc reply in confidence leorge ewey commanding an American quadron not especially powerful in velght or numbers sailed at nighttime through a narrow passage over water which he believed to harbor mines mind tared death in so doing lleglnnlngur ion of daylight he achieved one of the host complete naval victoriesI of the Rtgr without time loss of a man crushed pains strength in Asiatic waters iificd the downfall of that kingdom 1Iul heralded to a watching world that be spirit of lend Dccttur lived in Unerknn seamen William McKinlty republican politician a congrciMiian of no marked force an average Ohio reriior was made president of this I public by the mistakes of his cppo Icnt In more than two years of In nmbency he has given u steady and in relieved exhibition of vacillationI eakncfcs petty politics subservience to bosses deference to incompetent ubordinates and nn Inexcusable desire to harbor defend and protect rascals et he fears that his pretence will Dim the luster of Dcweys htart The bsurd could no further go Chleago hronlcle If the g o p managers want n war hero to net as McKInleyn ruin nlng mate svhydo they not fix on SImp- lun Kampson killed a mule at Matan 7ns Or there Is Shutter for Instance hatter vindicated the hammock as a capon of Will at Santiago Or time Is I lagan for another instance Kngan emonstratcd that his mouth wan mightier than his sword Or as n third istancc there is Copt Obcrlin M Curter Carter could give considerable as istancc in the work of financing n cumin nigH having stolen 1000000 from the overnment find at present enjoying the protection of administration imaliii WorldHerald The Chicago platform like the In ugural address of Thomas Jefferson ras bnilt for nil time We need not cptullate n syllable or Idea of it nut when new anti important Issues nrlsc wo can take them into the family anti take the campalgif upon tlmemwlthut- poloplzingiior Any past tightW J iryam If v 4 O JliFIJPl A Time fur ViUilpm ai A1 Cw uul and the CenMstlrltfMf the Iarb J That hope which beats c1ertial to the human breast Is a concomitant oi democratic faith A long leant titr power ably and discreetly exertliW Umrq ugh the formative period of our Mk tlonal existence and until long afUi the experimental stage of our institu tines was passed gave way tb a series of reverses no less remarkable JH mocracy has had n comparatively small pnrt in the direction of public affairirv since 1800 yet it has never thought oi abandoning organization has ncyei failed to take n stubborn fight fox supremacy nnd has never relinquished the underlying principles of its politi cal creed The inherent vitality of a party that can thus rise confident and defiant from continued defeats la suoh Is to Insure success if its wisdom will not prevent n dissipation of such splen did courage aid strength Time reliance of the republican parts upon scuttle fatal blunder on time part of the opposition has too often been verified There has been want of leadership nod of generalship Instead of massing strength forces have been scat tered and divided against themselves There is n lack of tolerance within the party a failure to bear and forbear to modify individual and factional opin ions so as to reach such an avowal oi principles as will receive loyal and conscientious support from all With this concessionary spirit prevailing the democrats have one of the finest light log opportunities presented them in half a century Merely for the sake of presenting this view of thu case in its strongest light assume tint it would be right to bring our financial system under the dominion of those favoring free silver It is the evidence of one attempt nnd the conviction of the shrewdest politi cal prophets that the thing cannot be done Nothing is more certain than that the forcing of this issue In tit campaign would lose the support ol many who time antagonistic to the re publican party in its present attitude Why then commit the fully of mak lug it an instrument of party defend Why alienate on element of strength that might insure a victory In thou next national contest As has been sold by an exUnlUul States senator who supported Ilryan The sliver ques tlon is not the only issue which confronts the American people His not even time most important one nnd the statement is truer now than when he made It Tiir Imperial policy of the administra limn the unprecedented reign of trusts soul tilt underlying principles of democ racy as bearing upon the problem of Ithe bust popular government should inspire a platform particularly accept able to the masses anti If it Is not pro vided them without the financial plan to which they cannot subscribe the onU8 of defeat and the continuance oi current misrule will be charged to the jlntfurm makers It Is a time for wls Inn In council and time men of tin arty should address themselves scrl msly to this question of securing no unity that will give triumph to their auRe It Is clearly n choice between wcriflclng everything or gaining the ranch that seems attainable Detroit 1ree Press I POINTERS It Is not exactly known what Me xfuley nnd Hobart mire doing in the voods together but it is suspected tbai hey arc celebrating their escape from Vlger Chicago Ilccord We have had frequent assurances hat the republican national convention to be held next year will put into its ilat form a denunciation of trusts and n demand for their suppression How will this sound after the attorneygen lrnl of the present administration has Icclarcd that the federal government mss no power over the trusts Who will icllcvc that such n declaration is lion CRt unless time republican congress which is to assemble in December Jwi lone something to restrain trust organ Mitlon and operation IAtlantu Jour nnlSenntor Chandler says consollda t ions of capital beyond n certain point hould be resisted Up to that point hey do good by producing inore eau lomical production and distribution but beyond it arrogance sets in on the part of the trust managers nod the put lie lis heavily taxed In consequence Vhv- sl going to find tho point in all the dif crcnt industries Mr Chandler hn tutu that the republican managers can nut n finger on it and perhaps this sug cstlon may well go with the constl utlonul amendment cure for trusts loston Transcript Our exports to Brazil which hays Iwnys been small are reported to rIcclining atill further owing to the ae lon of the Ilruzllian government In iN posing a new duty of 50 cents a barrel on flour Inasmuch ns flour baa been one of our principal articles of export toI flint country the amount BeritTlijrr nnuolly being valued at about 3i000 the balance of trade again3t uiii be larger than ever It is wot Htin therefore that our flpiJr xportertiii urltng upon the sdminiMratldoI +ei tt r llability of reta11swjif tU nl1cal YtltlitL3 r t t if i1 10 c Ji f tiL Af yk If T h a N s Wim x 1J r iifift f 7 1ii ii1hoit t 1 7T7TTrT Y L J cn- I i A I f- J 1 In z f I f f t j AII I i I IIj j III I III Ii i 1 i f i i- lf I I f I 11 I f fI t t 4 ill JSkt y t r s a rx r rv f2or qt reCoeiMended fur eve kr rythlBr but if you leave kidney 1 lii v ear or bladder IWdDbe JIt will 1m found just the remedy At druggists in fifty cent and 11JlIZf YIIU may Imvo a sample bottle of thin wonderful new discovery totriRil free also pamphlet telllnjj all bout itf Address Dr Kilmer At Qo tWanhRmtrtn N Y you novKUNoit WILLIAM A QOEHLE of Konton County TOR LIBUTKNANT fOVEIL OIL J C W HECKIIAM of Nolnon County VOn ATTOUNKVOKNKKALII of Uoylo County rou AUWTOK GUS COULTER of Graves County rOIt TKKAHUHKIt S V HAGtfU of Boyd County VOn BKGUKTAHV OK 8TATK CALEB IMECKINIIIDGK HILL of Clark Count yOU UOMMIHHIONKU OK AnitKUJfrUUK 1 If NALL of Jofierflon County POll HWT OK Iuiiuo INSTUUOTION II McOHESNEY of Livingston County YOU liVIllKQKNATIVr OIHT nisi JOS P HOSE of Wolfo County roil UAILUOAD COMMIHSIONMK COL A W HAMILTON of Monlgouury County Orrjaniso For Tho FlQht The ropurtti daily pouring lists Demo matte luiiilquiirletrt 111 this city Intllcate marvelously rapid growth of tho move cxjnt njjalnHt ilochel anill loohclUm I There IU no longer 111111111 lit theta Inrg u Majority of tho Democrats of tho IItnll will vote for Drown teal tho ticket nuts i ll11J1l1rlllllLhllllI i rgn n I ttlo n of tho Diinocratic forces for Drown III every voting precinct III tho taco Tho GwbelJ iniicliliio has the atari In tho mutter of organization Jt also bite an advantage in the number of poll tlclnns who are in tho Uoehol bandI wagon Hut there are other leaden M cnpablo M those who have gone over to time Ooobcl machine Tho people are for Drown anti they should tint permit thei wjnnizutlon for tliU light to wait fu rr ICOPItholnsolved 3 c ter Brown DomocraU should of chef r fIn nccnrd call meetlngrt in their recpro live precincts and organize Hrown chili- or tho campaign Thorn should bo no delay in this mutter The state Kitlpn In proceeding an rapidly nntlvig orously M pomlblo but Democrats shoutsI not wait until they nro called upon by a1 unto committcomnu Call your own1 w UnlIorgnnho your campaign clubs rtppoint your csmnign committees millI communicate tho results to tho Demo crnttc campaign cnmmlttce In the Kquit ebio building or to rho Dispatch Thorp in no place for n neutral In thl campaign Everybody must take one Mo or tho other and ovorybody numt ffther bo for or ngnitut GncnctiHin Which liMo will you nuke Show vour color Orannfzutinn in the duty of tho t LonrLouisvilli Dispatch r Thn editor of the Farm Jiurnnlasks r HVhy have a umrtgwgo un tho farm joor crops rhounmtUm sour broad grip leak in the roof hole in till poukct eke tton Iiu Urn closet or tiny other pain or e trouble when you can get the Farm Journal for the balance of 1SSW and all nearlyvtiearskforTiiB IlKRAU 1 Thl you am do if t you arqnot too late JDesure nuti read iiUrgrt toHorofTniH- RKATto for a yctil1 tho Farm Journal for the balanetof 1891 and nil f49QO1QQ1 1902 4Q3j nearly live f ifMrf 411 fr our p alone Just- wlllkt Mp tit the ohptat flee mutt drew Ldtety COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0S0rTo Insure insertion AM corres byMondaythat nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict In duty and wo want to say that henceforth they will not receive papers except for the week they have news letters We are dependent upon them for tho news and when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great Inconvenience DAYSBORO DOINGS II C Lacy went to Hazel Green Saturday Wiiodfton Little went to Hazel Green Saturday D D Davidson was vintting in Hazel Green Sunday Curti Lacyof Hazel Green was in Dayaboro Monday A Vi Austin reports good attendance at tho colored school B 0 Taulbeo comes up often to see about ids crop of corn G H Amyx spent n few moments in Daynboro one tiny lait week Noah Taylor and Sarah Isom wero visiting in Dayiboro Sunday School hero is prnressltig nicely umler- the management of J It Debunk Miss May Nickell and 1earJ Day of Hnzcl Green paid Daysboru n visit dun day Hud Little Ihas notinoved away from hit farm yet Dud may decide to locate hero permanently- Prof John W Taulbcc wan at home Saturday and Sunday Uo in teaching in lirrathitt county Taylor South hUll beets holding a pro tracted meeting at tho colored Hchool douse for a few IIIIYII Frank Duke is building n nice dining room anti kitchen to his rusidertce our milo above Dayxboro J H Sebastian went to Hazel Green Saturday to attend tho speaking and varyyAnthony Kurginon colored of Lacy creek inI building A dwelling IIOIIHO just alnjvo Duvnlioro sued will trove soon and put hU children in tho HchoolI at Dayahoro Dr A C Nickell nclll C ulckHall of ouzel Green ptseed through Days bow a few lIIunlll1I ago on their way to Hazel Green uniiuiring how far it was to Hazel Green- S 0 Alexander WIlt to Campion Won 1111lnd HOIIIO of the boys say lio carried inilia pocket his rcMignalioii IIM multi overseer of time state road from Hazel Green to Daytdmro Tliero are quite a number of now mildingM gding up in Dayttdoro 11111111 ft tjhockoy are building a storo house Oiikcr Fall in n dwulllng house and barn anti HOIIIQ other improvomeiitH Sept 6 fill UIIAUIII SPARKLES J 1l Tuggle of Hiirhuurville was in town Monday Yallen Siiowdon of Clay City WITS in town thit week Hurry Nickel IIIIH accepted a position rim lustuus multi David Hone of Ezel wan in town this week on biiHlnciM Dudley Bryant mending slowly from an attack of fever 11 Hally tho jowclerwas in lFrench bnrg several tluya thin week lion H G Garrett oMlowen Powell county wild in town Monday Hill and linger will addreHi tho Goeblo Democratrt at tile court liouxo Monday sulfurinGrwith neuralgiu for several days somo better Mcrldcth Puckett of Hrcathitt county visited Ills skier Mrs J 1K Coekerliiiu sbast tiumlny Mirui Uachel Drake who wan chillinp for n few days this week in HUIIIU bUN at tho present writing Charley Huchanan of Stillwnter was in town Monday Mr liuchanan con tttnplatcri opening UIIu shun shop at this place Mrs Helen Wallace of Paris ILLro turned homo ono dry thin week otter a pleasant visit of Hoveral week with friemlH James and Samuel Napier of Mont gomery county wvrocnllod to the tHidxIdo of their brother John who VVMH ivouinleu last week Alex Oiborn and wife of Frenehbnrg wore summoned to time bedside of Mm Oiborns brother John Napier who was wounded by Willio Tint severalI dityr Wo nro glad Mr Nttivr IU some taint better Harvey Cockerham will leave on Or about tho 18th insl for Lake City Kla to attend Prof Marlons school Prof Marion was at ono limo one of the pro cssors of tho Leos Collegiate Institute of Jackson Urcathitt county Sept 299 Xn GILLMORE GLEANINGS Clayton Calhoun of Quicksand is vIe ing the family of JlI Vest W T Hayncs of Mcnifco county passed through here today en route home from Quicksand whtjro ho had becu on oiuiuiM e Born to the ivifo of Win Hollon Sep tember 2d a girl Born to wife of Rev J H Burchnm August 22nd a girl Willie Vest lost a valuable horse the other day with botts Miss Poliey Calhoun of this place is yisiting friends and relatives in BreathittI countyHurrnhlor straightDemocrat verylittlesuggest that tho hootowl ho placed at the head of their ticket as a device Mrs J G Aiderson has just received n letter from her son honey Dykey who has been in time Asylum as a lunatic for soine time stating that ho wits about well nnd would bo homo in about one month Mr Anderson was almost over come with joy Below wo givo tho names of pupils who received tho highest per cent on examination of each grado for tho past two month of our school in district No 2H which is now being taught by Mrs Nannie Crayons Primary grade Perlio Ely 80 1st grade Perlina Iturcham 8r 2d grade Dillnrd Graham 87 3d grade PlyIIiI Sept 4m UxciK HKMUS MORGAN COUNTY- CONSOLATION CHAT James Tranlbce who humus been serious- lyI IIIsI some better C C GUIanpie mill M B Nickell are in Mngollln county on business Thomas Lee bought of Schron Will ters ono horse for which ho paid 60 Mrs J W Wallis and daughter were visiting on Laurel Saturday and Sun lay KellyOII11I11lc whileThere was n largo crowd at time sale and wo are informed that everything went cheap Mort Pieratt bought a kitchen out fit at tho sale mill we all cart judge the- Intenllon of 1 ort Mrs J H Dlankentdilp until two sons of Montgomery are visiting their ninny relations timid friends in this county Ligc Blankcnship left Monday morn rag for Montgomery county whore ho will spend n few days among relative nut friends Wo visited Mrs DoraSwangos school Friday and from the appearance she is the right teacher in the right place She informed us that she had enrolled 72 scholars and that there was M in regular attendance Sept l9l DrtAKK On Sunday at tho Christian church tho topics for sermons will boo at 11 a m Trimformation Against Conforma tion at 74r p m Our Plea and Mill sions Ever is earnestly urged to bo present at both services Tho enrollment at Hazel Green Acad emy on Mondaay was time best enroll uncut ever made on time first day of the session It was nearly rivo hundred per cent more than on the first day nine uuurtigentenbegntt rr D ltKgF e dt0 3 The Leading Sp clafsist cf America 20 YES IN ONTO 250000 Cur- edWECURESTRICTURE Th uiftnnil+ of young ntid ullllo need men nro tiouMuil ufih till IlhclIIaIlYmiRimpcluul They ntnphn0nvmtrtt lrcllIlIhurcharge ililllculiy in cone uencinu wrnls nrunn omtlon mid nil mho tymptnmx tHHllJIJi you by nnttliitf ftrcloliltiir or tsarina L you 1 hi + will not euro you nil It will no 1 1 JItIMlIJTJ hcneorpmovo tho trlcturoi nniincnily J ulter10lti inolhuil rho uunlonnllnretrrURlh E ulldthoJWECURE GLEN I l dhou+ ands of youni and mlildlenKed1 men ore hwlllS their sexual riIJor nut y rttniill continually rnputcil Iby thhIIIls t tn rhe1 nrll frequently unconrcloun illit mhocauanlheaos IIIItolll Uenernl 111IntrerrV 1 Irrltaljlllty 111 tlino t martlnrt en 1 circlettnltt lihninken PnrlAtlllllUollturh anti5trlttitItl tnmllyI IIIJI rluhavonaQonhfostadpofII NKtVtiIiiIuIII 1 j I Itarofrt i cur TruI uIcriLor cure I i- rcIa CUKESSUARAMTEHBY i IONPVAIIrnrmu I t t1ItIt TIm IMIOTBNVY tilIlK1tir1 lItt N trXA1t1HUIIJIoCIJAltlJ I C 1111114eOuoolBPltt t11tiTiAN IILANK r HoME tot TUEATM1SXT DRfii1 KENNEDY KERGAN 122 W FOURTH STREET CINCINNATI re K iAJJLES un A HOFFMAN SON MANAGERS MT STERLING KV HOFFMANPIERATT IOSDPOtDoe + AgcnyFlUE COMPANIES REPRESENTED f I Loans negotiated and nil business of tho mountains PBEIfTERG dddrru GENERAL WR SMITH LEXINCTON KY Jor circular of hlifamona and reiponitbl COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Dfedat at World zpsIUUr- efers lo thoQitndi of radaatet ID position CtMtofruIl Ho lnr Course Including Tul fOBborthandT7irTbe Kentncky University Diploma under mlpwardedgraduaaw Literary Couru free itdeslre- d11veatlou Inter now Oradaatmucceiifn- lt order lo Ar v mr ttltm rtack ta adttrtii only GENERAL WILBUR R SMITH LezlnctonKy- Hftt Kmtuftv Vniteriitv rrtnurrei VHIUO ad- hderiy tau 541t441 1 oUtIdollCf lad Year r CONNAUGHT2D3M2 shdliuatIinpiirtuil to time States on 1 18SI3 will nuke the season of 18J tit the urccII1Kliuauty eoiislderml of SB TO INSURE A LIVING COLT i Or J5 To Insure A Maro In Foal money due when the fuel In iiHunrtninciI either ease A lulu on the colt will be re tained for lute MciiNon money and 1in event the inure lo traded oil or bred to another liaise thu money will then be due Every enro will taken to prevent accidents + but 1 will out ho responsible tlioiild they occurDESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE CONNAHtHT axit a512 INI beautifulI bay full Hi hand high black mono and1 lull Rood style and action and a line road stem II years old thin spring Jle wits sired by Victor of lleetly 1687 dent Honnie 1U15 by HlKhllyer 100 J Victor of Heetley 1687 by Uelianceiiii grand dam by Congress 161 Reliance IJfii by Conlldeucc 15H damn by Jlj lleinaii 070 NTIIlls cnnmlutu jiedierco covers nmiiy prosscn of the thoroughbred mini quotallreedersi situ exnmlnitI liiit pedigree at my xtalilcH UeCctfully 1 II IMKHATT YOUR MAIL ORDERS For nnylhini nnd everything in the Hue of DUniS SlXIUIE8TOirCT AltTI ILKSI PKIIFUMKS tsOAIS TOUACCOS C1UAIIS nnd 1reserlptiou Siivcinltlvs will be prnnuitlv Illled by tin Write UH when you eiut t find what you want in your own stores JAH K COOPKIl IrnpMSt l 6113 LEXINGTON KY 0 5 MRfUOl+ fittorneyalLawCoLlE- CTIoNA A SnojAirv ANn Hi TiMixti IUOMITIV MAUl 1151 W JiinuHov Sritnirr KYIIA ROSED Ezel Ky HKPrESKN- T8SLIWGLUFF JOHNS 5 CO BOOTS + AND + bHOES Hopkins Place ALTI lonE Mo Respectfully solicits a share of the trade 01Imountain mcrchinU SInco I opened my store In April I have sold in the neighborhood of 500 worth of sad dies saddles for ladies saddles for in ell laddies for girlut 1 saddles fur ljr yannd In every case rendered en tire satisfaction If you need ono call fco me land H ROSE W H PIER TT SOLICITOR JIAXKL GREEN KY 17 solicited OF ALL KINDS NEATLY AND and promptly dono at this office HEBRIHINA positive anti permnncnt cure for IrJm HalfHead HEADACHE CURED FREE by sample mailed you If thlt paper in mentioned The more promptly hcHdaehcn arc re llfl+ the less frlllIcllt will- be their return until pernia miinentlv cured Hold by ui druggists fIFTY BO CENTS A BOX The Dr Whitehall Meg Co SOUTH BEND IND Hair StoreWo have in stuck n full flue of Hair Switches from 100 to 1000 each Wig Curls and1 PuIlN Pompadour and Kmplru Cdinlin all styles of Hair PJIIH Corsets StnmpedLinens1 elllllllllIlillI will receive prompt attention MRS 1lI A KKTtIItlM Upper mul Chtireh HtH Lexagtoo Ky STRENGTH orJllIIIIIIChc AND vieoR 30 Days TrIal Deltondwinsomeandtiuitnntwill wensthetotnElectricity I llha IIrllItll on earth ltd unnmSxlnrcn ItIchIII Nfl wKlectrlc Aiplliinciis WildTlUo rlIor and novel I Troubl91YArlyVita aty You minty ant hlo fitl mlt now hut DAYSlOdconndoneInltfor Illustrated Pampblot a Ith rotxrencee soft IIlO9CI enveloperROFIlOU 11 SJrlfiXNG 189D TREES PLANTS VINESI Fruit and Ornamental Trooo Shrubs Smith Fruits Everything for Orohard Lawn and GnrdonJE1rYo employ no agents but pricosStrawberry Oata loguoH on application to H F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY a J P h o nfo 278 19HAZEL GREEN 1 ACADEMY 1 a Tho fourteenth annual pea ion of llozcl Green Academy 1 will begin on MONDAY Sept thoroughdiscipline PrincipallInul r4- t r d