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F Md L 11p Y T j I I J 1 THE HLTHAZEL HERALDT Established March 41885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max OlUll Ii1rKXCEIl Orraer CoorlaTu Oldest Mist Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky MmtiiM lMAlwiiy PXM lit YXA A M IIi y t FIFTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1809 NUMBER 18 w f t 3aaQmpbi== 6FA OF THE I 4yi1 Sitii iii r t INCORPORATED LEXINGTON KENTUCKY PresidentfE Vice President H T DUNCAN Second Vice President PHIL J GORMLEY Treasurer s J J WOODS Secretary J EMBRY ALLEN Gen Counsel fBOARD OF DIRECTORS t DR F O YOUNG E T HOULIHAN DUNCAN PHIL J GORMLEYH T JOHN F COMBS B B JONES WOODS J EMBRY ALLEN J J T August Redemption of the Phoenix Investment Co Incorpord Lexington Ky 4 Number of coupons redeemed 1747 Amount in Coupon Fund 1817 1 Amount paid out 4801 2 o i I Balance loft in Coupon Fund 18 15 Amount passed to Reserve Fund 180 40I It Coupons Redeemed August 25th 1899 ContoasItEDEMrrtoxItBDEEMED NAME AnDREAS CO- ST92Mary A OormleyLcxington Ky 263 00 92 0 260Tbe Fileon ClubII II 687 60 250 0- 182J B Cassou k CoII 41 600 60 182 00- 15Dulline88 Mens PoolIVincbester II 41 25 15 0- 039R R Mens PoolLexiogtoo Ky 107 25 39 0 194 194City00 60 JE AllenII 60 LO 00 85 BE AllenII II 68 75 25 0- 06J J Allen II II 13 76 600II 33 00 12 0- 06Mias 12Mre S J BrookllII iCMargaret LorracII 16 50 6 0- 011J Combs i II 30 25 11 0- 014Albert H I E CarterI 38 60 14 0- 016R J QolbertII II 44 00 16 0- 016Nlcbolas DaleyII 41 25 15 8- 7Mrs R Debore II 19 25 7 00 4 Mrs Louisa DuperII II 11 00 4 00 II a 1375 5 0- 07John 6 o P Dodd Ie II 19 25 7 0- 012Jamell Fry W GurdonII II 33 00 12 0- 0168Phll J GormleyII II 434 60 168 0- 07Davld Hughes 1 19 25 7 00 20IValter llurperMt Sterling l5 00 20 0- 017Mrd Mattie JonesLexington 46 76 1- 72Heury 00 Jackson II 6 60 2 00 Ii 4 W T KingParl 11 00 4 0- 6iV U H KirbyMaysvi1leII 16 50 6 0- 2A 11 LutzLexingtonid C 50 2 0U Locknane 2 75 1 0 1 Gus 99 00 36 00 36Samucl Magce 198 00 69 00 McGiunlsII69 Mrs Maryr rJJ1 1IantjoyII 79 76 29 00 ltlcGurkII 27 60 10 00S 10John 6John DayCovinRtollII 16 60 6 0- 019T Lexington C2 25 19 0- 06Clautle G Saxton 16 60 6 0- 012llrs A Sittason Martha Smalls 3T 00 12 0 90 25 35 O J5John L Thomklns 10 II 00 4 0 4111rsYD D Taylor 5 50 2 0- 03VlllinmTingleII2E B 8 25 8 0- 014U J Urfer 28 60 14 00 L Woodrum VoodsCyntbiRnn Ji 50 2 0 2J F U II 8 25 3 3SVm VnikerLexington 2Vnlll VuldecI 0 50 2 0 1 2Clark ValterII 5 60 2 00 44 8 25 3 00t 3J J Woods II 27 50 1- 01Joseph 00 10F0 youngIIt I 2 75 1 00 SpicerIIClntonCovingtonII 13 70 6 00 GMrs Mattie II 137 60 50 00 6OTboma H Shelby F SPECIAL REDEMPTION t GGtary A Gorm1eyLexington Ky181 60 I 65 0- 6Tho 0 16 60 C 0- 18Nicholns 0Filson Club 49 60 18 00Daley U 115 50 42 0- 06tJ 42SnmuolllageoII CoII 148 60 64 0- 0It5Mre B Cason C Mary McGinnia II 49 25 18 0- 06John DnyCovingtonII 16 60 6 0- 036John Lexington 09 00 36 00 L Thomkins LEXIXOTOK KY August 25 1899 To Whom it May Concern Woo the undersigned membors or the committee appointed to superintend the Co bare this day examined the books and 1 redemption of the Plicenix Inyestmcnt checked tho redemption for the month of August We find the books are kept in of checking and do attest time correctnesseasysuch a way as to make the matter of same O O OALHOUN Attorney nt Law It Clicapside- 11onAel JOHNSON Bl JotsSON Co Plumbing 18 Market Street S E HILL U S Commissioner Northern Dank Bldg THE PHOENIX INVESTMENT Co is based on the same principle as Lino Life In durance Coiupmiey excepting we do not prmniso to pay as largo returns for your money as the Insurance Companies Iuo paid and aro paying Hut they pay your heirs We pay you you would rather have 10000 while you live than 3100000- after We you call are special dead attention to the diet Ar Coupons that have matured in our August redemption Our business is largo anti is continually increasing for our system has merited tbo success that our Company has met with The averse business man Is too busy with his own buslnesg to give enough of his time a thorough study of any other business and ho takes the experience of his fellowman that it isi either good or bad Therefore wo tako pleasure in the above statement by showing the results attained by some of our investors Other testimonials will bo furnished + apnn application F literature and further information cull on or addrcsss r SPENCER COOPER Genl Agent Kyai AFTER MANY YEARS DR SMITH MUST ANSWER TO THE CHARGE OF MURDER Tingle Story Jut Now ToM Hli Wire Cr der Imtlctnittiit In Illinois for Aunult lag HlmTnlo of llrk ntut IMitoI An Offlngsville dlslatchsss The news from Marshall to the arrest of Dr J W Smith in that place on requisition papers from Kentucky is of much interest here and thereby hangs a tragic tale J W Smith and Henry Craig were neighbor boys sons of well todo parents of Bath county and wore rivals for the hand of a blackeyed beauty the belle of her neighborhood The boys aged about seventeen years were attending the same school Their rivaly culminated in a tight one Friday alternoou They met at the same place at a singing school the next day it being Saturday September 14 1877 twentytwo years ago when Grains brother John and Smith gut into a difficulty which resulted in Smiths leaving the place on a run Meeting heyiwounds proving fatal Smith tecnpcti andCpenniless hand which ho was contentedly pursu ing when ho attracted tho attention of n young widow Sara Jones a woman of wealth and high social standing Smith was industrious and goodlooking and tho friendship with Mrs Junes soon ripened into mutual love and she agreed to marry him provided be would go to school and get an education she to pay nil expenses This ho readily ugrced to 0do and dill They married Smith bo 0eamo a successful physician and a much respected citizen They prospered finan dally Dr Smith being the manufacturer 0of some valuable proprietary medicines They had no children but their married life scented to be an Ideal one until per hope a year ago when jealousy for some I unexplained reason entered the house 1 holdDr Smith and his wife frequently had violent quarrels sometimes coming to blows the woman says In one of these quarrels n son of Mrs Smith by her 0fanner marriage named Jones under took to become peacemaker Tui was resented by time doctor who gave the young man a beating with his lists This enraged young Jones who rushed Into the house and procuring his rovoly- er met Smitht on the stairway and began firing at him Four shots took ef fect Smith after lingering between life and death for months finally recov attemptedU SmithsUThe facts narrated in the first pnrt of this story had been forgotten here na twentytwo years had elapsed Mnco they tookJllace until n tow weeks ago when woman registering as Mrs Sara Jones of Marshall IIIenure hero and under pretenses of hunting up the 0title to lund secured tho fuel in regard to her husbands crime in this county 0and quietly made arrangements for his ar 0rest Dr Smith is the only witness IIhoo11rigin toU0tortyfircin number nro still living and Craigs and brothers have CU- Iploted nlilo counsel to prosecute Smith Ibo girl who was the cause of Craig ernhairedChronic Diarrhoea Cured This is to certify that I have had chronic diarrhoea over cinco tho war I got BO nnythingOno era and Diarrhoea Remedy cured me sound and well J H Gums Fincastle Vn I had chronic diarrhoea for twelve years Three bottles of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured me S L SHAVER Flncastle Va Both Mr Oibbs and Mr Shaver are prominent farmers and reside near FinIcastle Va They procured the remcdI from W K Casper a druggist of that place who is well acquainted with them nnd will vouch for the truth of their statements For sale by J T Day DrusII gltIIn our notice of tho party at Frank Murphys last week we mentioned the hand that furnished tho music ns the Lacy string band which should have read the Coldiron racy string band We I make this correction to give honor to whom honor is duo as South Culdiron ia the lender I A farmer way out In Oregon writing to the publishers of Horse look ndvct tired in the issue says I have read a 1 number of books on tho horse some of them wore largo and of high price but Blgploj Horse Book did me more real good than any of theriaTho price is 50 cents free by mail address the publish ers Wilmer Atkinson Co Philadelphia Yea Are a DtIIHrat and of couioe want a democratic newspaper TILE CHICAGO DISPATCH IU the Great Democratic Weekly Newspaper of the country It advocates the re adoption of the platform and the renom DrYAnTheraI cam paign that will equal in importance that of the one to bo fought next year The ropubliean backed by the money power or this country and Europe Iis alert and aggressive Flushed with the victory of three years ago It will seek by every means In its power to maintain Its supremacy Democrats must bo up and doing They must wage an unceasing war upon their enemies In no better and more effective way can this bo done than by tho circulation of good sound democratic newspapers The publisher of Tho Chi cago Dispatch will send to every now subscriber for three months a copy of Tho Chicago Dispatch for ten cents If you nro not already taking this great political weekly send in ten cents at once You should not only do this yourself but you should Induce nil your friends to join with you By a little ef fort you can easily rase a club of ten or twenty subscribers Tho Chicago Dispatch Iis indorsed by William Jennings Bryan and other dem ocratic leaders Adders TUB CHICAGO DISPATCH IJO and 122 Fifth Avenue Chicago Ill Dont forget that you can have the Courier Journni or Dispatch nnd TilE HKUAU one year for only 125 cash in advance and besides wo will send you tho Farm Journal until tho end of the year 1903 Hon W 0Mire ex state senator from this district spoke to an appreci ative audience on nt inst Ills theme treated of the frauds of the Louisville convention Ho handled the subject in a masterly style and won tho strict attention from tho audience Tho pain ofn burn or scald Iis almost iiiHtantly relieved by applying Chamber Iains Pain Balm It nlw heals tho in jured parts moro quickly than any other treatment nnd without tho burn is very severe does not leave n scar For sale by J T Day druggist A telegram was received here Wednes day from Washington D 0 asking thin father of Scott Johnson what disposition to make of his body who died there on the 18th inst Scott has many friends hero nnd in BrcathiU ivho will be sorry to learn of his death People Believe what they rend about JHoods Suraipnrillu They know it Iis nu honest medicine mitt that it cures Get Hoods mind only bloods Hoods Pills cure nil liver Ills re hove constipation assist digestion 25c Prof E W McDIarraid took membership with the Christain church Sunday night by presenting church letter from Hiram Ohio TO cum A corn IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bronco Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money if it fails to cure 20c The genuine has L B Qon each tablet Miss Lizzie Henry n pupil of Hazel Green Academy is home for a while 01 account of her health She hopes to to able to reenter school within a few weeks Your taxes are duo and must bo paid now So please call and settle nnd HOVO trouble ns I am compelled to collect H F PIKUATT D S See the results of womans ontrv into politics ns shown III John Urngardsliomc at hazel Grccu Academy on tho 30th inst iT tlJiI JJim H Evnnrrnppolntcd In his stead Now if you want to keep yourself posted on the political issue of tho coming campaign subscribe for THE HKRALD TH INK about your health Donot scrofula taints to develop In your blood Take Hoods Bampa rilla now and keep yourself WKLL t Ft THE KELLAMi I CANCERy t MEDICALd I SURGICAL HOSPITAL 0GUARANTEE PERMANENT 9ECURES without the ute of the knife In CANOER and all moneytoMedical and Surgical Dejmrtmcttts are see fcorplotfirltclaAll examinations free We treat no patients outside the hospital FRANK 0 KKLIAM F C KELLAM HAIIUY KKILAM General Manager HINTON AV VA Lexington and Eastern Railway Tine Table In Elliot lay 21 1899 EAST BOUND lJuc NOI J No tl STATIONS Daily ex Dally ex Daily tx Suuuay Sunday tiuuuoy A 11re PM Lye A MLet pmAvon 6 54 am Winchester 8 30 am 3 10 pm 0 60 am LKJunou 8 45 iw S 22 pm 7 25 am Indian Fldi 9 00 am 3 38 pm 8 14 am Clay City 0 Id am 3 60 pm 11 00 tin Stanton 0 25 am 4 00 pm 11 20 sin Filson 0 36 am 4 10 pm 11 fll sat Dundee U 47 am 4 30 pm 12 25 pa Nat Urldic U 54 am 4 35 pm 12 36 pm Torrent 10 08 am 4 40 pm 11 10 pill Iteattyve Jo 10 21 am 5 11 pm 2 15 pm TullrgaM 10 39 am 6 35 pm 31MIm Atliol 10 60 am 6 43 pm 3 23 pm Jackson 11 30 am 0 15 pm 4 3fl pm VEST BOUND STATIONS I 1 Daily Stint No1 ny ex No3 Dally I INo 4t t Jackson I 2 25 amAtholmaTnllegnHillUcottyvc1 amTorrentamNatsinUundeoliraFilson7urnStantonI pattruliap1 pmLkllunonpmiSinclieslerpmAvonLexington 0 30 am IJ OS pro 4 10 pm J n JlAHlt Oenl Malinger CHAS SCOTT Jon Pass Agent Rod River Valley Railway Coi TIME CARD jE3rTraln loaves McCauncynt 0 oclock a in connecting with train at Ilothwull for Mt Sterling lteturlllllJtf leaves Ilothwoll at 4 p m 1 AptRotltwoll 4 TSADVICE r Notice In Inventlr Are Book UowtooblAln Iatota TRADe FREES Charge modtrnte No tee till pateat secured Letters fttricUr conOdwiUal Address Eo O SIGGERS Pat at larrfsrWssMaetea b e J TAYLOR DAY Wholesale and He tail dealer In General Merchandise I Beal Esttttar tbt HazeldadDvivlx M1Exol age i i jfy v r 1 r f o f i d e- 7VF 0 0 S a i r xb 1 4 r 4 a w t s t 0 air T7 r i r T Ti j J I t i Si J f i I Se r- y f l 4 iiJ J II a i I fff f IiI i t s v ra 3K ABOUr INDIANS f to j 1tq 5Chcy Are Not Dying Out as Fast as Is Generally SupposedI pew They Are Divided Am one the IUtl and Territories Irurna of the Orlicln of the Cher okce llnhnliet 11 Special Washington Letter Our Indian brethren tiny not hnfedi inncluroom In which to fbntn nx Iif the day when William Pcnnsold them a gold brick under the wide spreading brandies of nn elm that once cast an umbrageous shadow over a small por tlon of FlBhtownl but they lire almost ns numerically strong as they were more than half a century ngo Figures demonstrate the truthfulness of this itatiiucnt A special Indian census tint forms a part of the lust general cuttingl gives the Indian population In this country as 32S4RI of whom how A CLUSTUIl OK INDIAN HOMK9 rver onlj liMtT lire returned as In dlans the remainder icing Ihone who ore In various ways atllllated with the aborigines The Indian population of the United States IIs olllehilly recorded htnee 1760 and lip to 1SUO by the follow Ilug figures of tht aeerelnryof wnr 76000 tiSllfthtHltCl of Ollbort Inilsy UOWd Jedodrih More on In dtan affairs 47UI7 7S2 tetrad of thn torretury of wnr JlNi9t 3S9 Hwport of ingaecruutry of wnrUnio of Sall1l1el J Drake 1- 0IfiUOllorl of the nooretary of wnr3JOIO 1anIIOIt of tlio mipvrlntnndmit of ntllatiinffnlM 1MIGI lilt Uoport of the miiiurlntonuiwt Of JOliMIftlfoporti 1itoLwlrt or tho united Rtltl eon npe 1S0 oojOI lf0s1teporif the Jttates ecn 90JEl- 7IQTyIt rof lloti N L rnylor hex tMJtttnH 3U7ilJ- fSO Ituport of Vnltod Stntua enrich 01l013IIG111S1OoItullortI Those figures certainouutin a- t6urprlse for you From them you learn that Poor 1 lo Is not being wiped from the laCe of the earth as rapidly as many of you Imagine Why tarn the names of the principal tribes as recognized by the laws of the United States furnish n table surprising in its amplitude It contains these titles AruluhogUllr R Tall IIllagor111noktout nrellnnnookiottnwntomloltrulo YlankoehuwCht1 IQnembtllOWI OaupiwIelumlilaOulniioltColvlltorook Turtle Mountain crow Tonkuxva Citizen and Prairie 8 Unix tluCarlollthlCAHouuinoloGceur SonlCIIIOInnl1lrilIhrujnmilhaontroFkithentt linn tires Vontr nook NmvewaYorktHlonxCrows trlbelaa7Carans Slmlilt WIClnllnmICaskaskta RiouxIramftth tale lifts UmntlllnII1I11antynnnhngoghlshliodoe MfiknhMonomonee Woa Wichita nllnOteaNorthern Cheyenne Wnh eton Sioux ArapahoOsage o Otoo antI Mlnourla The tribes mentioned nre divided ntunericnlly tunong thcBtntennnd tcrrt forks thnt form the great American re public as follows Alabama Sall Nebraska 85W Arizona 94 Arkansan 1657KCalifornia C4MC107Colorado tNorth Carolina S Wh OCI North Dakota 79SO 3iinol 1 Otto jt JcCfar Tt rrtry51t7i Oklahoma 11167 5T1JJCaneasIvOUlslanu 1 South Dakota 19072 ti aclunutts 4 Tuxes 4 Michigan 1 Utah Sfis- Mlnrppoia 8W XVashlngton 75W- MtMOurl 1 WlHeoiula fiW Montana 103KJ yominK3501rI- 1ests facts nail figures tiny have jglvettSoti new thoughts about the orig inal owners of American soir Another singular condition concerning them Is that among all of the nations thnt compose the Indian tribes only one tke Cherokeehns a written or print + jccl lanyimgc although from the time ColiinibUR ilrst put hU foot upon the fruitful ground thatwe now till there tlx been dlscoV6jrcd7M different JAn aihMmrs4 orfdlaleets 6lMpii b unequal rf- Y fr2 ubntber otrJndlartnntlons While we Aho us6 the English tongue employ only 2Jletters to give It expression the Cherokees find ST requisite for the voicing of their thoughts Through this condition of culture however the Cherokees hove become the wcnithlecl and ino t Intelligent of nil Indians lhe story of the birth of their alpha bet IK entertainingly told by W T Vhltnker prcfildent of the Orphans homo nt Pryor Creek L I He Is n Cherokee himself and says that when his people occupied n large part of North Carolina Georgia and Tennessee there was In he tribe one buck who was regarded as especially dull and lazy Ills name says Whltakcr vns Sequayah and he took no pleas ore in the chase for game seldom hind his bow ami arrow the war whoop had no fascination for him and he re fused to take part In the dances which thrilled the hearts of the braves Sc qun yalitnsgoodnnttircdandhindb hilt always wore the look of one burdened wtthfiomc deepI and hidden sorrow pre ferring at all times to be alone in the woods when not assisting leis squawI arntiml the wigwam something In dians ore seldom found doing The per culiar actions of the Indian could net be understood by his fellows and finally he came to ho regnrded ns men tally off balance ns an Indian would say Mend heap go round Uy and by there came to Stquaynh wild home n little girl babe und there shone a tide light III the queer Indians eyes upon hur advent The little one was untied Uohuuhae which means hay arrived or been given As the child grew the father became 111010 tutu more devoted and would spend hours with her In the woods returning to the wig wam only when the face of the Great Spirit as they called time sun had gone down bHiind the mountains now calhd the Bite Judge 1perhaps the most brain tiful picturesque mountain range III the southern stoI s Scqiiayah wn not Idle while spenillnf his lays In the wood White Ustenlny to tilt prattle of his chili the notct of the fen tin red songalrr and the harking of the squir gals u they ncurrird from limb to limb and tivc tto tree the mind of the In dlnn was lulvlnjf n problem which mine of hia people hail ever been able to solar and which was to lift them from Ignorance to Intelligence nod Chris tianity Your rolled bytutu still Sernnyah wnvJn the wood cut Iluggi er onking diameters on pucts of barnstripped from poplar trutw As each elam otCr wag fasjilnued he would sit down amid teach Ooh ellae who had grown to bo an Indian maiden of perhaps M year how to proiionneu It Site wtis an apt pupil tad took great pleasure in the work Inc father WilL prosecuting Vlmn ST characters hind beun emit on ns many dllVerent pieces of hark Se iiiyah declared lib work finished nod tohl Oohechau that they would talk with mouth open It was not lonlt before the two could put words timid sentences together by cutting the char acters on large pieces of hark mule then Sdquayah told the braves what he could do This they doubted and when Scqtmynh would sit on a large rook nutty miles away from Oo lie ehne a doubting Indian would carry inch 1NDIAN WOMAN AND GIRL sages cut on a piece of hark which she would rend and having been taught to make the characters she would send one In reply For ninny moons hun tlretlor Indians gathered to see this wonderful work and the father and daughter were nt ilrst regarded as evil spirits win had beets sent to break up the pence tutu happiness of the veil men This lien or belief however dually died out nail other Indians were taught to youth and write When It became common Scquayah conceived the Idea of publishing a newspaper which he eventually did calling It the Onlahhoe iSahuahhce meaning in English the Cherokee Phoenix reviv lug or taking a nullstart Like a put jority of newspaper enterprises this DUO proved a failure and publication was suspended probably from a lack ofutertlstag patronage However utter the Cherokees were tramped over the dirt road to their present nation the paper was revived under the name of the Cherokee Advocate a seven column fourpage paper which was at first printed nil Cherokee but which now conies out half English Mr Whltakcr says the pnper has n splendid circulation nail is often called Se qua ynhs paper These facts can not be disputed says Mr Whltaker and there arc hundreds of Chcrokcca living today who remember old man Sequayah whose Knglish name was Guess This was his given name for au Indian fullblood has no surmune SMITH D FRT MAD DUKES RETINUE Pceullur Manner In Which Prince 8ulkutt UI Travel About Europe Cnn anyone recall n Shaker communi ty nt New llrcmcn 111 which flourished three or four years ago One of He lending members was a very eccentric old German nobleman of time name of Prince Louis Snlkowski duke of Iklit who migrated thither with hit second wife n woman of the name of Gemberle lie wan one of the wealthiest members of time Kuropcnn aristocracy his Hun garian estates alone yielding him an nn nual revenue of 3000000 tumid he owned the entire town of Itcillsk n trading center of eastern Austria with a pop ulation of about 30000 At least four of the old dukes children were born in this country and arc consequently although German prince entitled to citizenship of the United States Prince Sulkowskiti eldest son the present head of the family Is just now figuring in an extraordinary unit brought against him in the Viennese courts by a woman of the name of Charlotte Frlcdlaudcr She IK suing him for n sum of 30000 nK her share of tilt reward which he solemnly prom ised her for helping him to uncap just tun years ago from the great I mm tit asylum at Doebllng near Vienna where he had hero placed under restraint by hits wife and his brothers and sisters He Is one of the most extraordinary characters of time European nobility Ills first wife was his sisters governess a woman of the name of Victoria Lou man whom he persuaded to elope with him and to marry for the avowed pur pose of exasperating his hither the ex Shaker Ills amiable intentions were crowned with success The old gen tleman died of a fit of apoplexy on hear lug that the welding hind taken place Having count into the possession of hula fathers titles and estates the deist decided that he had no further use for the exgoverness and divorced her after settling 10000 a year upon her lie then set to work to aerie another partner mind commenced traveling front one end of JKurope to the other as he still continue to do attended by the most cxtrnoidlnnry retinue compris ing secretaries chamberlains coups servants a band of musicians several female acrobats n cage full of monkeys two fullgrown lions amid several dan SCUTCH etc Of course this enormous suiteI necessitates the use not alone of one specialtrain but frequentlyI two while the duke IH usually obliged to hlte an entire lintel In the course of time he married one of ills ballerinas named Ida Jaeger first in Switzerland timid subsequently at Hopn The union resulted in the birth of a little daughter stdI then an the duke coin minerd to show signs of her coming tired of his wife noel there were Indication thatt he would subject her to the same treatment as the exgov ernesN she had him put in n lunatic asylum at Vienna not n dillicult job MH it IH pretty generally acknowledged In IKurope that to use a French expres slate there is a very big spider at work spinning cobwebs in his upper story In the lunatic asylum he remained for three years during the course of which time there were law suits by the score In which his name figured To begin with his brothers and sisters while agreeing tint he was in every sense of the word tit for a lunatic asylum in sisted that the duchess had no right to love control of his fortune while he wits under restraint They took the ground that she was out really his wife owing to alleged invalidity of the di vorce from hulk first consort This was however decided III lire favor and the courts declared that she wits his law ful wife and as such entitled to the ad ministration of his estate while he was demented Eventually he escaped from the asylum ami gut away to Switzerland out from there to Germany where he assumed the seat which was his by In lien tnue In tilt Prussian house of lords nail then on the strength thereof secured a decree front the Prussian tribunals to the effect that he was Mine the courts naturally being reluctant to pronounce mild n member of the most august noltyof their national legis lature Front that time forth until now there lens nut been n moment when the tribunals of Germany Austria KnssTa tumid Prance have nut hail before them suits of one kind and another either against the duke or instituted lby him He is separate l from hula actress wife from whom he hits endeavored in vain to secure a divorce while she is doing her best to have Lint committed once payherA filing of raven A few miles from Niugpangpo n town of northern China is a large vii lage composed of graves It Is n de sorted burial ground which lens been taken advantage of by a clan of beg gars and thieves who cat sleep noel make merry in their grewsome stir roundings There are several similar towns In the Celestlnl empire Chica go Chronicle Tohneeo In the United State The United States turns out annually 185000000 pounds of plug tobacco 12 000000 pounds of line cut HOOO 000 pounds of snuff 4000000000 cigars and 000000100 cigarettes N Y Sua n WCLWWWWt THE HOPPER DOZER An Iniiilenicnt Used SiiccpMifullr In the Went fur Oenlroylnir Ilimh th of Ornhulller Every year we have questions about methods for killing grasshoppers or locusts In the wet these grasshop pers appear in Immense numbers and the agricultural colleges have been obliged to give a good deal of study to the matter The Nebraska experiment station sends out n bulletin dealing with this subject It appears tint by nil odds the best implement for kill Ing these grasshoppers Is the hopper dozer or kerosene pan a picture of t NEBRASKA HOTTER DOZER which Is shown This is made of stovepipe iron by turning the sides nod ends This leave a long flat pan about four indies deep Thin Is mount ed on wooden runners as hliown in the picture A piece of cloth IIs stretched on a frame at the back of the pan When ready for business tills pan is partly filled with water and n quan tity of kerosene oil poured on top of that On level ground no cross pieces are necessary On sloping ground the contents should be divided as shown in the picture as otherwise the water would run to one end These hopper doera arc made of nay desired length up to IS feet They are hauled along over the ground scooping up the grasshoppers which fly and strike the cloth anti full hack into the Pans yhere the kerosene quickly kills them With one of these hoppcrdot it Is easy to hoplrsInTHE MODERN FARMER lit Slusl Itt n Sflcnllllo Mini In Order 1i Krcji Pace with PruuroK IIh e CoiiipvtUiirn More skill is requiredi to properly manage a farm than in any other occu pation as farming insidesi ninny till ferent brauuhcM of business and while some are more skillful as breeders others are more successful In growing special crops Gardening includes the forcing process while fruit growing requires a knowledge of insects and aricties In fact there Is no limit to he farmers usefulness and the furrier who becomes an expert In nay partic ular line follows Hclvntifie methods just as surely as he who studies and oh sorts in some other direction If the farmer succeeds by the adoption of time surest and most profitable systems he should be nil the more willing to theorize and endeavor to further im prove Ills practice 1arming at the present lily is rapidly drifting to that point nt which the farmer must be ir specialist and give his attention to ome particular line Th dairyman who has devoted the grouter portion of Ills tints to the improvement of breeds and the production of superior mills hotter and cheese would probably not succeed should he venture into the forcing of vegetables in winter while the florist would no doubt mike a till are with field crops These facts dem onstratet that there is always something to Jlearn nod that as the improvements occur In mechanics the farmer Is store ir less affected by the changes in eco nomic conditions and must adapt his operations accordinglyI He must be a ncientifle farmer in order to keep pare with his competitors in the march cf- pogress1roy X Y Times PIGPEN POINTERS After a pig attains 75 pounds it u ready to layon n pound or more flesh per day If well fed Wheat middlings is one of our best pig foods nod fed in connection with skin trunk will make excellent growth The male pigs when not littered should be separated from the rest when about three months old Skim milk nod middlings should heft c1 a little nt a time and often as the pigs hun hen used to taking fool at willAll grainsand foods of u rich nature must be withheld fruit the dam until the milk flow has been checked It is always beet to let her depend on pas tore std water alone for food 1 f given good pasture site will soon regain bet lost flesh and need no extra food Wean the pigs at about eight to ten weeks old If left later the heay milking dam will become pulled down nnd perhaps her growth and velopmcnt seriouslyI sleeked if young There is hanger of u sows constitution und physical vitality being impaired by such treatment Colinaus llurul WorldI I 1 SOME FEEDING TESTS Ilrccil More Thnn need Dclermhr the Chnractcr nUll the Cotuio Itlon of Milk I Bulletin No 39 of the Massachusett verIlitUy quality we refer to the per lent or amount of total solid matter in the uilk It is a wellrecognized fact that seine feeds affect the flavor and to some extent the color of milk Feeds rich hV protein have a tendency to slightly increase the percentage of fat in some cows the sane cull be said of feeds rich in fat This Increase Is probably only temporary however the milk gradually coming back to its normal composition The milkproducing1 function Iis to n large extent under the control of the nervous system Any IB flnence tint disturbs the quiet or nor mal condition of the animal be It rough usage extremes of temperature I etcwill have its effect upon the quali ity of the mills On time other humid S plenty of good feed Increases the quart j tity of milk until the immoral reaches item maximum of production Prof Patrick of the Iowa station conducted an experiment in which a number oj COWH were fed sugar meal n refuse of our glucose factory In the first tx1periment It was thought that cows fed this feed gave n decided Increase Inii butter fat but the experiment not be j log satisfactory n second trial was given and in this experiment it was found that cows fed sugar meal gave no Increase in butter A similar cx perimcnt was trade in one of our east j ern stations in which beef tallow wns fed beginning with n ration of two ounces and increasing to two pounds 1 per tiny ind at the close of this experi J ment it was found that the cow was still giving her one pound of butter 1 ilnlvi her previous record ThlH references nmlcxii erin nits are jriven to shunt that it is t1t 1 ivl i more than the feed given that t t V tenninc the character nlldeconiiistion j of mills Were It only the feed given j what would be the use of our choice dairy breeds when a Texas tots could j he made by feeding to product ns many pounds of butter ns the Jersey We should then ftyd the row n sufllclent quantity of rich wholesome food with plentyof pure water constantly on hand Farmers Voice PLAN FOR HOG HOUSE A Siiinitvlint IrcMMit Joim Slriicturr rind On i Thn AHSVIT 13 very Iur par to IvrlVetlnn Figure 1 IIs the floor inn 11 Ian brick arch with kettle set h for cooking feed anti heating water at killing time A is a cistern which is supplied with wa ter from the raves of tutu building D PLAN OF HOQ HOUSE bins for meal tumid middlings J12 drive way eel jiens T T T troughs The dimensions of the buildingi are 31 feet wide by 10 feet in length 12 feet in height However the length may be RENT OF IIOG HOUSE varied according to the number of hogs one nay wish to keep Fig 2 shows n section of the middle bouts C C C slows spaces where corn con be stored Make the posts out of 2xfl joists doubled putting In two cen ter bents only Use 2x4 nailing girts Plates are formed of n 2xfi rind a 2x3 joist put together as shown in cut Rafters 2x1 Sills SxS tlmberC H Illekox III Ohio Farmer Clover Hay for 8tInri1i There tire some who do not appre i ciate the value of clover hay for swine j It Is to be regretted that such appreciation Is not universal says an exchange It is not only valuable because of its high merit ason fowl but because of the bulk that it furnishes No growing nnl ml should be fed exclusively upon tho Ytlns There almond be sonic bulk furnished Swine Will oat dry clover hay with a relish but the letter waI to feed it is to cut it up steam It or pour hot water on it and nix with meal Pasture if it is the right kind of pasture is nearly an essential in profitable swine raising I should be slater pasture but if It Is not it must i be composed of short nod tender S1nssJ When hot n horse should not be a1 i lowed to stand In the rata oJ 1 jo aw i 1 t 0 1 0 r T11ij W 7 r fl 0 i- w r 0 i LEGEND ABOUT MUSIC eke Iroin1 I0 nave n 101f- al Conception or tin June niuulo Art 0c of the most singular fancies ol the Iroquols Indlnrh was thnt n splril tires In the lunrt of t steanudtttdepth of every running very cavern This legend of the iroe nuols In which the poetic Idea iplays un important jmrt opens with n lot scene between n hunter and his bride feknln whom he had stolen from her I 1IU1sultIbout glides through the night nearer and nearer to the thunders of Niagara To her terrified questionings the only antwcr Is it is the surge breaking on the sandy shore or the night winds riuhtng through the forest Present JJy the little bark Is dashing oil the wires The white sheet of foam rises the of theIn spray mocking souring bird in the morning They are about to dash into the cata ract when Mekaia hears the voice of her lover calling to her from the shore The spirit of the cataract has assumed his form mid she Is being swept to the land of souls The canoe plunges from light 11 to n feather caught on the wings of a great wind A beautiful bird floats from the edge of n silver cloud and lends the hunter to the cave of the winds and then to the care of the spirit of the cataract who minims Meknia The lovers liy led by the blvd that tells them the power of the spirit ends with the dawn Moschnrr1 one arm about the maiden clambers aver the face of the precipice and launches a rock at the pursuing spirit which dashes him an arrow flight back ward The hunter has gained nearly the limit of the demons kingdom The purple mill gray break out from tin cast In that instant he drops exhaust ed The spirits hands grasp hire and Mckaiu With n last effort Moscharr throws himself forward anti they are beyond the fiends boundaries In n breath multitudes Cif bright beings start from field and flood proclaiming their escape They destroy the fiend nml the spirit bird rising in the airdrops upon the pair from his radiant wings showers of light To dwell upon the cHYctlve points suggested in this legend Is scarcely necessary for to the composer gifted with sutlichiit Imagination to undertake their portrayal they will prove quite patent enough In the range ol folklore It would be dilllcult to find greater opportunity and variety for h symphonic poem than in this brief rev cital There is the love episode the voyage to the falls with its possibilities of pow erful climax in time reflections of emo tions and of nature the episode of the bird the meeting and flight of the lovers the springing up of the creatures of light and the upward flight of the spirit bird shedding radiance from its wings Chicago Chronicle INCREASE OF POPULATION 1nit StrldtN in Colonial Iaterl- ittle liy 1vurapenu Xu lUlU Sonic interesting statistics in regard to the increase of population have just been complied by Sir Itobert UHTon a distinguishedl English expert on this subject He shows that IKngland now has possessions on all five continents anti that a quarter of the population of the entire earth Is subject to her su tertitoryOWntdbysquare miles and on this immense tract is a population of 420000000 During the lust 27 years the Knglish realm has increased by 2814000 square mules and within the same period 123000000 have populationSince thr1 Unit ed Kingdom Kngland Scotland unit Ireland has increased from H2000000 to 10000000 At the beginning of this century JKngland Scotland and Ireland had n population of 11000000 and France of 20000000 yet today the proportion of population in both coun tries Is almost alike Russia huts In creased her population by 00000000 since 1870 the result being that she tins now a total population of 130000000 Germany hail n population of 20000 000 at the beginning of this century now she hills between 50000000 and CO 000000 of whom almost n quarter is the result of the Increase of births over deaths Germany too Is making vast strides as n colonial power tad her population in those dfstnnt possessions already amounts to n considerable number X Y Herald TnkliiR No Clmnccn boardinghousedoor spoon In hand Madam do you take children ycs1knowdetectives If I sold I took children youd implicate me in the kidnaping wave thats going over the country gitAnddo 1veningleyA Source of Trouble A defective hammock sometimes ChicogoDally A BUSINESSLIKE WOMAN oae Who rProved Her Sex Capable of a Prnotlcnl Tirn 1 f Mind Dr Nathan Wood told n good story of womans capability for business nt the annual meeting of tU Womans Suffrage AssoaUtlwa of New England lie said 4J happen to be a trustee of Vassar myfvUuesnot being quite possible for women to bo dignified and intelligent in business matters of n corporation charged with the management of a great institution I well remember when the alumna of Vnssar finally persuaded the trustees to let them nominate three women to be fellow trustees with us There were 27 of us on that bgard of trustees and ull of them except the present speaker were very distinguished gentlemen- We had before us a grave problem OB the city of Poughkeepsiu hud determined that we must do something about the sewerage of the college We had spent money 111111 money and money in endeavoring to remedy Its defects but tho city still followed us up and threatened ns with suits The mat ter was brought up In the board of trus tees and we were nt our wits end when n woman got up in the board and In n very simple nnd modest fashion the said Gentlemen I think If you would follow this plnn you would suc teed And she went on and outlined plan In detail giving UK specifications probable cost probable amount of time just what would need to bo done nil In the most methodical timid business like and clear fashion that you can im agine We all gasped We saw at ones that she knew what she was doing and that site wns talking from actual knowl edge of the facts and we adopted her plan Thnt woman was Mrs 1 Ellen II Richards of the Massachusetts insti tute of technology Iltlorl from the AVItncKn Sand A certain doctor had occasion when only n beginner in the mcdlciil profession to attend a trial asa witness The opposing counsel In cross cxanthitng the young physician made several sar cast ic riinarls doubting the ability of so young a mini to understand his busi tics Finally he licked Do you know the symptoms of concussion of the brains I tit replied the doctor Well continued the iiUor11tysill pose my learned frond MrI Ilnglng and myself were to bung our heads to get her should wo gut concussion of tin brain l Your learned ritual Mr Itnging might said the doctor Mnnj Xolilin In tUrlnr According to the figures presented In a 1roneh magazine the number of per sons of titled birth confined in the pris rots of Europe is 80010 Of tthese Basin has the largest representation ISOOoof lice bliicblonded lawbreakers having been placed behind the tin rs Italy whose Prison cell contain thousands noblemen hits won second place In this humilintip r alrv- ttrmnlar III it Inril- tJloggso Dohbs a mUll of regular habits Iliggs Yes He gets drunk every pa- yIayN Y Journal Da you rinhnce on your toes Miss Quiets wit Never Mr Clttnurj Other people do it for meColontlo Springs Gazette The Envied IJich 1ilnaJuhnnyPa pi what is a hluloernt 1ujw= A nmn who tins ns much inonvy ns Id like to have 1uck Friendly Comment MudgeIt linnawful tiling to realize you bare nmde nn cgrciiiu Mil of youmlf iisn t it Ynb leyArai t you used to it yetIndiamap oils Journal Hncnn = When n nmn iis in love everything about looks dihcrrnt to him IIvglicrt Yes its three saute way when he knocks his heat npntint n till bracket Yonkcrs Statctiuaa It is funny what small rcupcct married people Komttmits have fur each titters judg meat when you remember that each iill sup posed to have picked out n perfect mutt liokton Transcript When n girl rradof n heroine in a novel the tongs for tome trouble to stir the mount omit oilier life no that she run show the stuff she U ninclc of Atchison Glohe e When ft innn takes life easily it is hard to decide whether he is a philosopher or a loafer Town Topics Handy Missiles An applicant for s teachers certificate in Reynolds county de fined bricnbrne ns somclhiiii to throw at a dojj Ivniiras City Star Though a girl m1 weigh 00 pound nyathelannyunk hilosoPlier she II peons ably a dear little fairy to some uccittibl- efellowPhdndelphia Record e Xo I positively caw nt co wheeling any moremaul Chatty UaHt fiihionnbler nked the vulgar person Nav Jut pop ular Indianapolis JOIIMJII A Gifted Oirlltow isI your new maid tits Piquet Unusually clever she can- tell a book agent from na old friendof this UmLr every timeUelroIL Free frets I BARGAINS IN TOMBSTONES Advanced Method In the Puneral UualnciM Adopted Near a CUr C inetsry The approaches to nil tho cemeteries about New York are lined with stone yards where headpieces may he had on short notice and In n great variety of styles to suit the varying tastes nnd degrees of grief or sentiment on the part of the survivors Tombstones are such cumbersome and heavy ware that they are displayed at tho very gates of the graveyards for convenience In making prompt deliveries The de round for them Is reasonably steady recd it would not strike the casual ob server that there was touch stimulation to nn eager competition In the business of supplying them It la the more surprising therefore says the New York Sun to tome across n jut lot of headstones at bargain prices Out In an eastern suburb of the city on Lung Island a wheeling tourist came upon un odd spectacle of a markdown sale of tombstones the other tiny Its goods were marked in plain figures In the regular and much approved manner of the great department stores The prices were attractive and the man ner of their exhibition wns enough to tempt one to lay to a supply against the time when in the course of nature he might need something in this line Lettered In white paint were all styles shapes nnd sizesI in granite mon uments plain polished ouch Ornate This style 20 Very fine nt 48 A beauty only 14ftO nnd Reduced to 30 were some of the legends The stonecutter stood like a floorwalker among his wares wearing an Inviting mullwhile a rival denier across the way lucked on with scorn nil over his grimy face nt tIll advanced business methods of his neighbor WANTED ST PAULS ADDRESS A TiirkUli Ccinnr AVIio Was After tlir Author of ttplr lrf lo the CnlnltniiB The Athens Asty reports that a Greek benevolent society In the Turkish cup ital recently Issued a printed appeal to the Hellenic community In Stamboul for some special charitable object The appeal contained a citation from one of till IIIlllfi of St Paul tothoGalatlans Two days after the publication of the circular a commlvunry of police from the censors delxtrtnwnt called upon the printer and demanded the address of St Pistol who was to Ibe charged with tint public utterance of sedllouts nUll po litlcnlly provocative language The printer at first was inclined to laugh outright at the absurdity of the request and indictment hilt as It Is al ways a little risky to venture upon n pleasantry with a Turkish official he sedately replied that Sit Paul the au thor of the objectionable citationI I had burn lend for more than IS centuries This ruffled the gravity of the police commissary who angrily exclaimed How dare you attempt such Impudent cajolery with me anti forthwith ar rested the printer Kxtrnordlnnry as It may appear the reiteration of tit stone simple explanation to the censor had an equally exasperating cllcct on tint intelligent ollrinl and till un fortunate typographer Will locked up for hula iperverse contumacy It WOK only utter the lapse of three days and on the urgent Intcrvnilion of thcGrcekh patriarch that the printer wns rev leased RATHER EMBARRASSING hosts n riillutlf litliln Iluyr liiir mii tti Amen Vniiiril it Srnanllou- In Court Attorney John A1iirdsue of the popular members of the Philadelphia bar says the Inquirer of that city re dills tit limes an Incident In one of tire courts which happened shortly after he had been admitted to prnitlce lute and which he tells with scarcely the shadow of n smile It tens when court was Just opening for till morning ses sion that n boy sitting by his side heart the usual prayer made by the crier The lad seemed surprised until as the last words wore uttered liy the official Ward without n thought as to the result punched the boy in the side with his elbow and told hint to say Amen Quick U a flash citmr the rev spouse from the boy in a tone of voice that at first startled lawyers nnd spec tutors and disturbed the equilibrium of the presiding judge When the Instant of astonishment had passed men mind women who were present laughed lightly OB nil eyes were directed toward the lad and Ward I was too confused to do anything snya tho latter except to look in any direc ion but at the youth who seemed to be appealing to me to know why everybody was looking nt us I still say amen myself when prayer requires it but I have never told anyone else to do so sluice the occurrence In court and 1 never will CHRONIC WEATHER KICKER3 The LHHohroum Ihlloseiiher OleIlls View ea Maaklsiti la General DJe ever notice said the lunchroom philosopher what a nevercontented lot o pinhcaus wo auf Now it seems no time kicklnlikedidnt appear on schedule time I believe I blamed my wife for it 1 was so dead sick greenlopthelilacsthat I wanted redhot sizzling weather and lots of itthat for all 1 cared a ding tho sure could go on sizzling forever Now 1 find myselfton I ditches and to have the fire lighted in the I Latrobe 1 find that I Want to take brisk thatImI sage Im tired o beer Im weary of car I riding out ill the country Darn it nllIwant snow three fee high blizzards of it ScotchcalAndIll be chewing the rag in the scone old way about moving to tropical country fnnnedbI bleatWeget sick of seasons that we long for much as killl get sick of their painted Jolh arks or Un soldienWashahigton lcat Still More Counterfeiting The Secret Service hits just unearthed an other band of counterfeiters and secured a large quantity of bogus billy which are so cleverly executed that the average person would never suspect them of being spurious Things of great value tire always selected for imitation notably Hoitettcrs Stomach Bit- teN which has many imitators but no equals for disorder like indigestion dyspepsia constipation nervousness and general de bility Always go to reliable druggist who have the reputation of giving what you ask for An Ounce of Prevention Doctor n friend of mine lips assured me that sucking lemons will prevent sea sickness Is that trletl Yell provided you Mt in time shade of n tall tree while you seek the lenmonStand nrd and Catholic Times Canlitillrn Venr Nlinri One slro smaller after using Allens Foot Ease n powder for tho feet H makes tight or nuts shoes easy Cures swollen hot sweating nddujr feet Ingrowing nulls corns std bunions At all dnipryiHt unlit shoo stores iV Trlnl pnckutu KIIKB by mull Addrose Alton S Ohnstod Io toy N1 UN lgnlvniriitP- edagogue severely Now sir for the last time whats the anglo of the hvpothe tense of a rightangled triangle cmiivulcnt to cloy desperately Its equivalent to u lickin fee me sir Co ahead Huston ray eler IrrarllptlanorThe 111 fhllln mid honorIs n bottle of tuovnH TABTKM CuniToNir tit tlmilylroiiuu lniilnlnclu nluHloloHiform N HmO no pay rrluofiOv Ilkcil Him JogglesIsee theres a new keeper In the nienngcrie Didnt thy animals like the old oil Yaggloal upJudgeTo 1iirn it Cold In Onn flay Take Lnxnttvo Ilroino Qiilnlnu Tablets All druggistarefundntouoy 1Itfttllstoeuro2 +0 lust SO You Inn IJnclnt1 duffer cried the star ounterfiflder did1 you sny I wns out 1 Pnviwly replied time umpire You are just SUfi out And ho carefully noted PhiilndelphlnNorth 1was hPi5011I Allegheny Pa March 10111- A tan has to be very much in love with n wornnn to willingly carry her parasol over her Philadelphia Times llnlPn Cntnrrh Care II a Constitutional Cure Price 7Cc Dont go to extremes especially in your deal logs with heel and wasps Chicago Daily News 4 ROBERrD WMt18rJ f Tells the Secret of His JrefttSi durance Robert Downing the Tragedian eentblutcnlcedbyphysical health Mr Downing promptly and emphatically gave the whole credit of his iplcndid physical condition to Pcrunn say ins I find it a preventive against all sudden summer ilia that swoop upon one in chang ing climate nnd water It iin tho finest traveling companion and safeguard against malarial Influences To sum it up Pcnina lint dons me snore good than any tonic 1 have ever tokenl llcnltjiy mucous membranes protect the body against the heat of summer and the cold of winter Peruna It sure to bring health to the mucous 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t- j iJcry F i ix tar p i Ij iii 4- f M j r 4ai 4a a rs k fJ 1eo I T riTT t 7 j no no t i t tI I Y sti l t f t i twt iII Il I i 1 t I t r t f t i ti i f I L N 4t d TIE DIL IPEKCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY September 21 1899 DURING a convorsation with our young friend David II Linden one day last week ho remarked that ho would bo a candidate for high sheriff at the next election andasked at the samo time if wo did not think ho was entitled to some consideration at the hands of the party Wo answered that individually wo know of nothing to- tho contrary and now by way of bringing him before the party as a candidate for the position to which he aspires wo will say that wo be hove ho is entitled to considera tion and beliovo that a majority of tho young Democrats of Wolfe will bear us out in tho assertion Davo Linden has boon a Democrat over since ho vaa allowed by law to help tho rooster scratch for Democratic success and in ovary election since ho reached his ma jority ho has spent both his money and timo to aid in tho success of tho party Aye in somo cases whore ho was individually in love with tho candidate ho has known neither daylight nor darknusscold nor heat but has ridden day and night to help tho cause of his party and of his friend whomsoever that friond may have boon Now for tho first timo in lifo ho asks that tho party may give him tho nomi nation for sheriff and assures us that if ho should bo awnnhd that honor ho will carry tho banner to victory Of all this largo family and they are as tho spuds of those in this county ho is tho first to over offer for office with tho bare oxcoption of his father who hold tho office of magistrate for throe or four years 188587 or thereabouts nnd as a reward for tho valiancy of that family it is but just that ono of them should bo rewarded with office Take away from tho party tho Linden voto and tho Democratic majority would bo so mengor as to figure in tho minority column But in duo timo Mr Lin don will announce and tho runic anti file of tho party may then say Well dono good and faithful sor vant enter into thy reward by giving him tho nomination In the meantime our readers may study tho situation and bo prepared to nnswor Mr Lindona appeal This however wo will add If Dave Linden should bo honored with t1 otuominatiQfl and election ho Tvilljiprovo true to tho trust and and Honor tho o in turn who honor himThe Old and New Election Laws It is no defense nor oxcuso for tho present dleotion law that tho old law to which it is an amend ment wns a bad system had se rious defects and needed amend ment nor is it a defense that it is n bettor law than tho old law oven if this wore truo for thoso who enacted this law that tho powor to Adopt n proper law Thorn wore serious defects in tho old law Thoy word liowovor comparatively fow and easy of remedy An act amend ing tho old law by requiring tho ballots to be preserved and returned situ tho election book and cor tificates and giving any candidate the right to liayo tho ballots re counted with a limited timo by an impartial tribunal requiring tho courtly judge to appoint officers of 7 the election from 4ista furnished by the respective organizations with a right of mandamus and speedy hearing when this was dis oboyed and Kentucky would have had a fairly good system Under appointedthucounty judge was only ono of a board who received tho returns counted them and issuedcertifi cates It was his duty to appoint officers of different political parties and of certain qualifications Tho ovil was that he could disobey this law and thero was no quick and inexpensive remedy This could have been easily supplied Another evil was tho immediate destruc tion of tho ballots A simple amendment requiring these ballots to bo returned and giving any can didate tho right to recount them would have remedied that ovil If the power of tho county judge to ap point officers had been limited to power to select from duplicate or triplicate lists furnished him by party organizations his power for evil would have been greatly lim ited Thoro was thereforo no difficulty in enacting a simple and comparatively short mandatory act which would have made our former system an excellent system Tho present act has all the old sys tem and hasaddodto it indefensible evils 1 Tho fundamental principlo of tho old system was localized au thority The fundamental principle of tho present system is centralized power Formerly 119 county judges appointed tho election officers of 119 counties and therefore it was impossible for a single boss or central authority to control these 119 local judges Whatever other evils that system hind it was an abso lutely perfect defense to central ization of power and corruption The county of McCracken and tho tho county of Boyd could not bo controlled by tho same central power at Frankfort or Louisville The county judges woro of differ ont parties In 1897 wo believe some 85 or 90 of tho county judges wero Democratic On tho doctrine of chances it was fair to presume that tho corruption in ono county would bo nearly offsottod or count erbalanced in another county or section of tho state Tho county judgo was not selected for the pur pose of appointing tho officers of election Ho was not selected on account of his ability to select proper men for officers of tho clue tion As a rule ho was a fairly fit man to bo entrusted with power Under his control woro tho fiscal affairs of tho county and tho tax pnyors woro greatly interested in selecting a competent man fur that office Tho otticors of tho stato and local returning boards wero not elected for tho sole purpose of counting the returns und certify ing tho result They hind other grave and official duties to perform and tho tax payers are careful in thoir selection of these mono Undor tho present law that sys tom is wholly sot aside and tho centralized power is conferred up on threo porsons at Frankfort This is a complete revolution tho ut tor upturning of all tho customs habits and laws of our elections And this is tho real cause of this change Undor tho old system a boss could not control tho electoral machinery j under tho prosont sys tom ho cnn control it Undor tho old system thoro was a fair chance for honest elections in tho vast majority of tho counties and a good chance that whatever was corrupt would bo offsottod in other counties j under this system tho ontiro ooction machinery of tho state can ho and is in the hands of a single man and ovary election precinct is controlled by tho au thority at Frankfort 2 Undor the old system the county returning boardsas wo have pointed out above woro not elect ud for this particular purpose and tho stato returning boards consisted of stato officers who filled tho chief offices of tho state neon who are presumed to bo and as a rule woro mon of high character of state reputation of known integrity and of largo intolligonco As to tho local boards they wuro selected by tho voters whoso returns thoy received and who wore deeply and personally interested in local olec tions and they woro responsible to those votoro and any outrage committod by thorn could bo at onco taken hold of and punished i mthorlif I tare officer And M to the return ing board of the state it was se lected by tho voters of tho entire state nominated by one of tho great parties and then elected by a majority of the voters and elect ed for qualifications and reasons wholly divorced from this particu lardutyUnder this system the local boards are selected solely for fit nose to accomplish tho purposes of this act are elected by a central board elected by the legislature supposed to be nominees of a party caucus but really chosen by who over is in control of the party ma chinery and chosen for fitness to accomplish tho desired end not chosen because thoy are fit for the office of governor or on account of distinguished service j not chosen on account of their wido intelli gence na shown in the execution of grave and important official du ties but chosen because thoy are partisans supposed to be of a character that will make them do what tho party chieftain desires 8 Under the present system tho returning board local and state are practically irresponsible The local boards hold their office at tho pleasure of the state board who can remove them whenever they so desire Tho state board hold their offices for years and thorn is no prescribed modo in which they may be removed It is possible that they are liable to im peachment but this is practically useless as our legislatures meot only onco in two years and sit for only sixty days and it was no doubt designed that this state board should not be responsible to any authority that it should feel it was practically in no danger of punishment that it had a practi cal immunity from punishment that it could do any net it desired without receiving therefor any other penalty than tho condemna tion of an intelligent public sentiment It is therefore absurd to say that this act is a fair honest and impartial election law It is modeled after tho worst election system of tho carpet baggers dur ing tho reconstruction period and tho returning boards are under less responsibility and with loss limitation upon their pownrs than any returning boards under any law known to us Lexington Herald RDSEfDAVIS THE BlaCRSIl1itQS AND WagonmakeIS 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 customersThose bt ed to the firm will please be I considerate enough to t call and settle at once as we need money to run our business and must have what is due us ts payour own debts I inlmldcilrlnsj wltbeooOwlTho rViXNT iltCOUl UnlUmoro Mil SILAS B KASH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Office nt residence and calls answered at nil hours Obstetric n specialty GARTERI DRY GOODS- COhiPANY IMTOntEHS AND 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now until December 1903 nearly 5 years The FAUST JOURNAL is an old established pa per enjoying groat popularity ono of the best and most useful farm papers published This offer should be accepted without delay Roland Kash has two sick children Dr TAulbce flUcnjiled court at Cnmpton Uili week Miss Myrtle Licy of the Home is on the sick list Dr Silas B Knsh reports the birth of a boy to Lee Caskey and wife Born to tbe wife of Jim Combs of Lacy creek on the 12th inst a boy After an enjoyable star in our midst Mr Cahill left for Maysville Tuesday Hazel Green wants a public well for the thirsty and better sidewalks for the pedestrians The sitting of the President and Cab inet will be worth seeing at the Academy on the 30th Hon W W McGuire of West Lib erty passed through here on his way to Campton to attend court Ed Taulbeo Fred Day Willie hwango and Elsii James went to Campion Monday to attend court Julia Davis was called to tho bedsido of his brother Tuesday morning who is sick at his home war Ezel Dud Swangoa daughter Miss Allio is t under the treatment of Dr Silas B lash for the past week Married on the 14th inst on Still water BeattvClem toMiwLula Taylor fey H W Taylor officiating On the 14th instT Kelly Shackelford and Miss Nannio Lawson were joined in matrimony at Stillwater Prof Cord Dr Silas KaMi and wife were amongst those who attended the meeting at West Liberty on Sunday 1 last Miss Mncgie Kash Miss dune Rose and other beauties spent n pleasant day at Bud Swaugoa at Stillwater on Sun day last G B Swaneo Roll in Kalm John Evans John M Rose and W 0 Mizo went to Campion Monday to attend court Hazel Green was comparatively desert evCrybodyIwenting at thet place John H Rose took membership with the Christian church Sunday night He was formerly a member of the Presbyterian church r XJItmlLeading of Eastern Kentucky Offices Beattyville and Jackson t I DRAB OLD MOTHEK I write of one whom time nlono Have scattered oer her brow deepWhich sowetodayBfglowor wipedMyWith kisses that were pure nnd sweet And beautiful today I write of one whose arms alone Though feeble be her frame Will reach the furthest farthest down To swatch her boy from shame When oil the world forsake me And I am left to die Unnoticed and despised by all I can on her rely The sands of life are nearly run And soon a solemn scmie wjngWillThe long night watch will soon be oer The dawn is coming slow On angels wings she will then mount And leave to me below The records ofa mothers love Come down from Heavens throne The grandest purest here below To worship as my own SAM WILSON There has recently been discovered ou- what is known as the Sunp Smith ridge on Devils creel in this county a four foot vein of the finest peacock coal over seen in this section This coal is located on the line of the proposed Richmond Nicholasville Irvine and Beattyville CamptonTimeof Campion Hazel Green to the Canny coal fields and this will be a valuable freight feeder for the road On time same lauds and all along the line is a vast quantity of virgin forest consisting of white oak poplar pine etc worth mil lions of money when developed by a line of transportation but at present dor mart ulamonde for want or transportation How long must we wait for aid to develop just such mines of wealth Is a timengnlnoutN I R B be built however the ques tion will have been answered irma tively James Taylors little son Willie acci dently shot himself on Thursday lust about 100 yards from Goodwins chapel Mrs Taylor was on the porch at the time her little girl and son were in the house on hearing the report of a pistol Mrs Taylor rushed into the house and found that her little bov hadshot himself in the abdomen and died iiu a few moments It appears the little fellow got the pistol out of the pocket of a pair of punts which was hanging on the wall Good Enough to Tako The finest quality of loaf sugar isi used in the mnnufncturo of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and time roots used in its it a flavor similar to 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NaanoaaNawpapeCa l2uZ IlAJtBEDJl SYNOPSIS Mlnard Ilonarlcka great detective Just returned from Boston finds awaiting him an unsigned typewritten letter directing him to apartments In Palace hotel where ha will find remains of Mr Weldon Caruth rc currently reported for past two wcrkn to be out of town Detective seems to con nect letter with attempt made on his own life somo time previous Coca with friend Dr Lampkln to Investigate Upon search et Caruthers apartments remains of ere elated body and Jowcled hand of victim are found In a vase Hand bears marks of finger nails manicured to sharp point Iampkln recalls reports of n row between Carulhers and Arthur Olclow both suitors tor hand of Dorothy Huntington who ts helrcas to several millions should she mnr ry Caruthers unconditionally In case of Carulhers death Late that night lien drlcks and Lampkln cnll at home of Mla Huntington Dorothy shows detective type written letter which wits nn Invitation for herself and aunt to occupy with Count liantlnnl Italian nobleman his box at horio show as ho was called out of town by pressing business Blio recalls Glrlow had expressed before murder Intense ha tred for Caruthers and believes him guilty yet decides to help him and with her aunt Kota to his studio Glclow has fled Ills servant Henri tells of ovrrlienrlntr con fcsstan to liantlnnl Henri thought his muster Insane Hcndrlcks concealed In room lirara all this Hendrlcks iocs to consult Koln an East Indian Interested In occult researches who had helped him In much prnvloua detective work and located pnlIsadesI drlcks who tins been shot Uullet Is re moved ono dotectlvo warned not to IMo his room Hcndrlcks calls for a crematory employe who confirms the supposition that bodyliralow In nil own handwriting postmnrkcd at Charleston 8 C tolling of MX crime and niflit Noted graphologist exntnlnrs handwrltloc of this letter and SIIVH It Is Rtnulne During a call on SerGt DetiUnm detective of police department HondrkVn cornell Into postioiiKton of cuff with words written In blood over OlnlowM name to effect that ho was Innocent starving HIU confined Oolnir tc Glrlows studio Hen ri dentines curt as his musters Ilihrl tells of otranco Inllucnco llnnllnnl hrd over Olclow Hcndrlcks cornea to conclu lion liantlnnl was the murderer and through hypnotism mado Olclow eonfer both In p Mon to Henri unit by letters to toJolnlIis dead a lift to provo his supernatural dellcthtIIhamen Jllhlc which Li handed to llcnrirlrks amidst a lot of occult Imldernxh Koli warns a tcctlre on attempt Is to bfI nude JlcnllrlrkHJeRn11lwhen his mother tells of illtappearnrcw tlurlnRhlaOlotows experience the story KOCN buck tyhisDantlnnl tells his prisoner he is In his power nnd how during three days of uncon sciousness ho lead boon used to write letters to Miss Huntlnitton and the police The lin prisoned artist manages to loosen a stone In side of cell Through this opening ho pushes his cuff with UN bloody mostafc to the outer world Horgt Dcnhain not having1 known of Hondrlcks connection with thin affair comes to hIm for ad vice This bring lnllllhllDoteOllvoI Kola and Hnntlnnl and with Dcnham and Lampkln joined by Miss Huntlncton who Pegs to accompany them set out to rescue IeaetrgDunhamgo Into thoold house Ilerothey url trap ttt y Cola and would IIIIve been IllunftI to hair death through trap door In door hud not Denltam appeared Kola Is bound liy Weans of ether tho doctor decides to make aim talkative CIIAPrRZCONTINUIn Good good approved HcmlrickH u Kolai body begun to grow limp Give him coma morel Oh no ho must not be too deeply anther Its objected LmnnUIn lie lIii fast right now Let him loose Ill ntan go him n cattily na n rowboat down- Stream Nottt hcXvlll only tnlkl Kolas face was bloodless For a inn sent there was no sound inside or out tide of the house Lanipklu raised the towel a little for the lips of the lni lan were moving A harsh laugh broke from the death like face Its the wisdom of the cast chuckled Kola Ill never be ktmpict ttd and wizen Hendrlcka Is out of the way I shall be tree Yet tree and rich aud tin powerful I na n king There ho paused Lnmpki held tip hla hand to wnrn the others not to speak and in n distinct voice sold But Gielowwill he be found Never burst Impulsively hum Kolas lips No ono else knows the se cret door No one would think of the bend of the dragon The eyes of Hendrlcks and the doctor met Hendrlcks flashed knowingly and he grunted na he turned nod run Into the hall A moment Inter Lamp kin followed finding the detective ex amining tho walnut dragon at the foot W the ctatrs- I beljerel on ny life that the head of 0 lie thliig unscrews Uendricks ex iiJalwed excitedly t uSee where it has fcNM niiytal by use JBy Jove J have Lr1 1 GranplEg the head In his band lien drick gave It a powerful wrenchend it began to turn In n moment it came off and they saw protruding from n hollow tube In the neck of thenIntgon a steel rod with n ring on Its end lien drlcks tried to push the rod dc coward but It refilled his efforts J lien as tending the steps till Je wis above the ring he pulled It steadily upward A little bell Inside the drnfifln rung This was followed by n creaking sound un der the hall floor and a tall giltframed plategloss mirror in the brick wnll near by leaned outward on one side Running to it Lnmpkln pulled it out nnd found that It turned on hidden hinges Ind behind the mirror wits re vented n doorway and n narrow llight of staIrs lending downward into the darkness There was a lantern on the first step and Hendricks lighted It nnd holding It above his head he hurried down the stairs At first the steps were of wood but deeper down they were of unhewn stone Perhaps 40 feet from the surface of the cnrth they tfound themselves in n long narrow cavern which wound amount like n serpents trail And when they hud gone perhaps 200 yards from their storting point they found themselves stopped by a brick wall in which was n rusty iron door The door was locked but a bunch of keys hung on a hook near by We hove found him tnld Lampkln- Hcndrlcks nodded as he began to try tho keys In the lock After many fall ures the door wua finally opened anti In the combined light of the lantern nnd n streak of dnvllght that cume in at n tiny crack in the rock they saw crouching In u corner a whitefaced creature with walling eyes nnd disheveled hair Who Is 111 came from Lts Ipa in n rasping whisper Iriends said Hendrlcks- Olclow tried to rise but fell tmck word In Cods name wnter Ire gntped Here drink this first said LnmpkJn kneeling nnd drawing out from MR pocket a flask of brandy Oiclow tried to take till bottle in his hnndx hilt his lingers were too stiff from cold Dr Lnmpkln placed the bottle to his lips mind JltIow drank Oh thank Godl he sold Is It true ore you friends Tile Is Mr Mlimrd Hcndrioks answered Inuipkln with n glance at the holder of the lantern and Mloa hunt- ington Is outside In n carriage waiting to take you home Oh no renllr cried the prisoner nnd then he lowered his head to his knees nod laughed like a happy child It seems like veurs since I en nil here He tried ngaln to rise hut Lnmpkln stopped him You must first drink some of this liquid food he said As he opened the h bottle RIclow eyed it like a famished beast As he was taking It from n spoon from the doe tars hands lletiilricks pitered out through the crack I trove the solution now he re marked IIn unitingI the new road nloug here they come within a few feet of chopping the end olT this cav ern The blasting cnused the crack lie must hove thrust his message through It Olclow nodded its he ate but he made no commentNow Is enough for time pres emit snld Lumpkin We must get you out of here nnd worm you up before we do anything else They raised the artist to his feet nod hurt him slowly between them along the dark paxsngc anti up the dark stnirs to the hull above Well tithe him straight to Kolas room and wrap him up said the doctor CHAITKUXXl When they load put him lUll big soft bed In the chamber ndjalning Kolas reception room Hendrlcks went out to the carriage The green curtainI wits still down but he saw that it tens pulled aside and that the occupant was peer ing cnutioutilv out When she saw him coming she opened the carriage door and lonlml anxiously into his face llendrlokx stalled Viielnwl IK safe he sold He ls wikof course limit he will pull through oil right She seemed unable either to answer or to move The stare of her eyes weaned to Indicate doubt on her port us to the verity of the news II think you might come In If you Ilithllllsomething warm for hlm1t Without n word she got out of the carriage anti dumbly followed him As they were ascending the steps she paused halfway up the flight and looked at Hcndrlcks pitifully and then down at her feet lien knees bent and she clutched hlA ar- mII dont know whats the matter with me she CalleredII dont seem able to move Oh please pardon ray weaknessIts shock sold Hcndrlcks nl most tenderly You must try to calm youknowI thought something serious had happened site said slowly recovering I heard the crash and then as you did aot appear and the sergeant rcmalucJ I thought something was wrong Ierhapi you bad better go back to j the cairlnge and not try to go In aug 1rhe1 Oh no I must see him 1 can help nnd releasing his arm she mounted the steps unaided Hcndricks led her to the door of th room where they had taken Oielow Lampkln appeared on the threshold lies begging to sec you Miss Hunt Jngton said he He pushed the Moor open and when she had gone In he closed it aiH stood facing Hendrlcks For a moment they looked Into each others eyes without speaking Then Hcmlricka turned1 away abruptly He went into a little alcove oft the big reception rootn and glancing nt Den ham and the sleeping Indian he rang the telephone He ordered from the nearest police station n patrol wagon for the prisoner anti an ambulance with all the com forts available for the transportation of an invalid Then be came and looked down nt Kolas face 11 presume you found Glelow pretty bail off remarked Dcnham There WUH something in his tone which showed vast respect for Hendrlcks- Hcndricks nodded nnd then he stretched his hrul over Kola to the young officer Myt boy you saved three lives thisI morning and showed the sort of stuff you are made of I shall never forget you You wont lose by it 1 shall speak to your chief about your If he ever goes back on you or you need em plo ment come to me Denham fiuthtd to the roots of his hairThank you Mr Hendrlcks he said feelingly- At I this juncture the Indlnn opened hli eyes and stared fixedly at Hcndricks- II hate you Hendrlcks were bin first tvords ilies seem to do the same thing in the summer answered Hcndrlcks drily but I mnnngc to get along I am not hnldhcadcd If you will guarantee safety to me sold Kola after n moments deliberation I will restore Oiolow to you lie mlt y be alive yet but if I doI WE HAVE FOUND HIM not reveal the secret of his hiding plac e he will never see the light of day tell you I am positively the only livin possessor of the secret Hendrlcks face wore n comical ex pression He glanced at Denhnm and sold Illeh Isnt It Denham nodded and Koluu beadlike eyes rolled back nod forth wondering- lyI os his gaze vibrated between then It Is not an unreasonable request sold he- Von forget replied Hcndrlcks suavely that you have already court cously volunteered all the information necessary You are n gem Count than tlnnl You net tinily do TO runny good deeds that you forget about them You of course remember telling us about the head of the dragon the lantern the tone stairs the long cavern and j the cell nt the roil Kolas face darkened Ile reflected n moment and then soil I see you made me talk unconyclou ly II acknowledge that you have un done me completely He sat up and his handcuffs clanked as he folded his hands over his knee Is tJlelow alive he questioned Thanks rrs wll IZendrlcks Well I am giad of that anyway lie stood between me und try desire thin all 1 had against him Half an hour later Ilcndrlcks went out on the veranda and looked down the rood Dr Lnmpkin was there walk ing Lack and forth Haws CJlelow asked the detec the Tiptop answered the doctor Hell be nt his easel in a week Hows the prisoner Kesigned and meek as a lamb answered the detective He made n com hide confession to Dcuhata anti myself just now And T presume the mystery is solved at last remarked Lampkln tenta tively I must say however that r am still in the dark on one or two fea tures of the case For instance It teeing an unurcestary thing for Zola to cremate the body and Inform jrou I anonymously that the remains woulo be found In the hotel That seems to have been an after thought and there was a reason for it explained Hendricks He was spend log a pleasant evening with his victim In Cnruthers1 rooms nod committed the intendedcCaruthers It appears was just begin fling to suspect that Kola was not on Italian nod n dispute arose between them Kola struck him u single blow In the temple and he fell dead with out n sound or blood Ah 1 seel exclaimed Lampkln Then went on Hcndricks Kola feared as he was seen to enter Car uthers rooms that he would be BUS pected so he quickly resorted to the ex cellent scheme of pricing It appear that his victim had suddenly left the city He first crowded Caruthers body into one of his big trunks mud deliber ately went down to the street soil em plo ed n passing baggageman to come up for the trunk pretending that it was lids Without attracting notice he gut the trunk delivered at his own rooms in townund early the nextmorn Ing hud it removed out here by lily Indian servant He next dropped Cur uthcrs valet a note from Philadelphia which was mailed in that city by an eastern confederate and later he forged another communication to MUi Huntington But in the meantime he was think- Ing of some unique means of totally destroying the body lie ended by cut ting It up and reducing It to ashes oxyhydrogcn Hume all except bI hand which for n time escaped his notice lie was about to throw the ashes away when he ran across the hand Then the thought occurred to him that unless it was proved beyond doubt that Caruthers was actually dead there would he endless litigation before Miss Huntington could come into her uncles estate As you know that would not have suited Kola so he put the ashes and hand in the vase and managed to get them Into Curutbers apartments Ills first idea was that it would be taken for the work of a crank hence his cranky letter to me His next inspiration was to hypnotize lllr low and make him confess nnd lice but fora week the artist persistently avoid ed him anti itwns not till Kola discov ered that I was back from Boston that he accidentally met thenrtist amid acv com plllwcl his purpose Hut why did Kola mnke the first attempt on your life nskcd the doctor Hecauru le hud already decidvd to murder Caruthers marry the heiress nnd continue his role of Italian count in New York anti was afraid that I would sootier or later recognize him Hut the second attempt on your life questioned Lampkin Was because he found out that 1 was at time rooms of Count Ilantlnrl the morning after Ilclows apparent light anti was ufrniJ I would finally discover his disguise I think from the fact that he avoided me during that time that he was afraidI of me but after he played the Bible trick ou us 1 think he be lieved he could frighten me out of fol lowing up the Hnntluni clew and into a belief In the guilt of Oielow louver his fears got the best of him and he decided to kill both you anti me by means of his deadfall 1lust then there way the sound ofw patrolgl wagon unshed into view The ambulance will follow pretty soon remarked Ilcndrlcks Doctor 1 am going to leave you and Miss Hunt Ington with the patient while Dcnliam nnd 1 go in with our booty That will be all right nnsvytrcd Lnmpkln Well look after him Denham nnd Irnd ricks had Itd tvvld out to the wagon and put him in and Hendricks was about to climb in niter him when Dr 1ampldu cume to the door and signaled to Hendrlcks to conic buck Miss Huntlngton wants to see you before you go he said A sheepish expression was singled asjawake and smiling contentedly Mss Huntlngtun rose from the bedside and hed out her hand plnslug I shrill never forget your goodnrsMts long ns I live You are the best friend I ever had Arthur she said turning to ilelow I cannot say what I want to say 1 am going to kiss him And sloe putt her arms around the neck of the detective nnd kissed him ou the lipsHendricks grew very red in the face and saying something about vrishing he had it all to do over again he backed from the room As he turned at the threshold he stumbled over n rug cud almost fell into lnmJIIIJS arms The doctor braved him up with ti hand on each of his shoulders aotl grinned and smacked his lips 51111 eantly lilt Hcudrleks only swore at him waxed redder in the foes and de scended to the wagon nnd crawled im beside Kcla THE END About the Size of It Willie Say pa the paper says the wedding was a vory quiet affair what docs it mean by that PnIt must refer to the marriage of A deaf and dumb couple mj f cigo Daily News II For the Sake ofFun Mischief is Done I A vast amount of mischief is done too because people neglect to keep their eruptionsdyspepsia kidney diseases and other ailments Hoods Sarsaparilla cures all diseases promoted by impure blood or taw state of the system Pfmemher 1 l dth CJlai4akzi u SUNKHAZER FLIES OF MAINE Worse Thnn Jersey srostinttocs watt Kl slnir hug have Xu Chance with Them thekissingrural Elaine have taken to capturing bugs nd insectsof nil sorts and bringing the speci mens to town for examination by newspa per men and naturalists Countless ure the tohangarand the captors all seem to be sorely disappointed when told that instead of the gen uine kisser they have a moth killer a lace winged thy or something quite common and harmless A man came from Vcazie to Danger the other day with a ferocious looking bug orked up in a preserve jar and claimed the kissingbugthe famous kissing bug that he hind but a na tive bug somewhat resembling a small lob ster with wings I dont care a hang declared time Vcazie agllnThcSunkhazcrtf and thats what none of your common bugs kin do Not many people living far away from Danger know what n yunkliazor is like It is n ferocious big fly that infests the data snd meadows about Sunkhnro deadwater a place in the Penobscot river where the water in slack and where millions of logs are rafted The Kunkhazers are the pest of the loggers upon whom they feast to their heart s content and nothing can drive them away They are four times the size of anyMainefightMathulimit so long as the Sunkliasror survive they will not feel lonesome N Y Sup Doctor inn Intlrnt- T r Drown Arent you rather inconsistt enl You told me the other tiny that you are ten per edit better than you were when you first cnn ulteil me and now you have ome here and want me to take 20 per cent ofl my bil- lConvalescentBut Inm not here this time for my health Boston Transcript dyeingl made failures but this was with the oild- fashiolled paeiagu dyes that one mdt1sl colored wool and another cotton Putnam Fadeless Dyes colors all kinds of fibers at once You simply boil time goods with the1 dye and they are made new You cannot fail in this It takes n woman to be unhappy thinking how unhappy site would be if she were not as happy as sine is N Y Press Hewitt Kvery ruse has its thorn TlWcttYelljj time thorn is the billTown Topics T Ayer t rillyourbestA bad breath means a bad liver Aycrs Pills ore liver pills They cure constipation biltousncssjdrspeplnsick I t Want your mouttnclio or beanl a bcuiUlul f uuBUCKINGHAMStfiors I Nt fTl n PuMHTiK 0 f Mu A CO N + N H t WsL DOUGLAS 3 350 SHOES 1S Worth 4 to S 1 compared with other make- slntonrd by over lOOOooo wearers ALL LEATHERS ALL STYLES TIIK CKIUMi hn U ln rU u ad prlrtpd ltt i Take no mbttltute clammed to bear coot Inrvrt liuVrr If U and rar4 Iuott In the world Your Under hitulukrrp themIf nut wr win cnil rou talekindCntutniriio II Free W L DOUGLAS SHOE CO Brockfln Uat THE ofENDENCEu r withGeneralCommanderlnChlcC OUJlllnogreatsealSocurelymailedHcmlt by registered letter money order drafts 8Adams c TERSINKIschool systems use FITSIermnnI tlyCaredlotornnrv ounduaftertlndaausoufhriClinUreatNervnltctorer naofrC1Jcu h titMeet t7etatlme Ij Jr A i iri S cr ty J 4 rF t r Wrt path paGxv1kH cfT = = == = o d j 4 w wi s t f t a 1a 1i 1f y 1 II- t SUMMER VACATIONS Dr Talmage Draws Some Lessons from Our Annual Outings- Jangtr nml TBuiptntlanaPhat Sur und Our AViitrrliiK IMurri- Keov lty n t a 1irlud ull- llUCCMIIIUtlUII t Copyright T99 by Louis Klopich At tills season of the year when all who can getji vacation ore taking it this discourse of Dr Talmage Is sug gestive and appropriate The text Is John 521 A pool which is called in the Hebrew tongue Hctkcsdn having tin porches In these lay a great multi tulle of Impotent folk of blind halt withered walling fur the moviugof the water Outside the city of Jerusalem there was a sanative watering place the popular resort for invalids To this tiny there Is a dry hash of tuck which shows thut there may here been n pool there 3CO feet lung 131 feet wide anti 7ft feet deep This pool was surrounded by live piazzas or porches or battling houses where the patients tarried until the time when they were to step Into tit water So far ns reinvigoratiiig was concerned it must have been a Saratoga nod a Long Itraneh on a small scale a Leamington and a Hrightou canlbinclneIeaI 1 and therapeutic Tradition says that at certain season of the year there was an nlliccr of the government who would go djvu to that water and pour in It some licnlingqunlI ity nod Lifter that the people would conic and get the medication Hut I prefer Ithe plain statement of Scripture that uta certain season au angel came down and stirred up or troubled the wa Ice and then the people enme anti got time healing That angel of Qu1 tint stirred up the Judncnn watering place had hs counterpart in till angel of heal ing who in our dny steps into tit min eral waters of CTTngress or Sharon 01 Sulphur Springs or into the salt sea at CnpeMaynndNnhnnt I whIt multitudesI I who are worn out with commercial I and professional anxieties as well as those who are atlllcttd with Ih I II 11111 tit neu ralgic and splenetic diseases go and are cured by tinI llioiiKaiulsI These llithcsdasuri scattered all II plllllhhSStI11I our countryI 1t rant IIiII season of tIll Ilir when rail trams ere laden with passengers unit baggage m their way to the manna tails iiiul tit lakes and the sraxhoto Multitudes of our citiens art away fur n rciitorativi absence The city I heats nlldlfIIII I of sumptuous hotels art all nllllll wllhI excitedarrivalsI Thenutlersof Adiron dack deer rattle under tit shot of city sportsmen the trout make fatal snap at the hook of adroit sportsmen who toss their spotted brilliants into the game baskett the baton of the orchestral lend er taps the music stand on till hotel green and American life tins put on festal array and tit rumbling of tit tenpin alley and Ithe crack of the ivory halls on thcgreciibuied billiardl tallies nil the lulling of the barroom goblets and the explosive uncorking of the champagne bottles and tot whirl and the lII IItof the ballroom dunce and the cluttering hoofs of the rare toasts and other signs of social dissipation test Unit the season for I he great Amer Iran watering plats iis III full play Music I Flute and drum nnd cornetn piston and chipping cymbals traittlieI echoes of the mountains Hnd am I that fnggtl ont American life for the most part hits nn opportunity to rest and that nerves racked and destroyed will find a Hethesda I believe in water ing places They recuperate fur active service many who were worn nut with trouhIIr overwork They art nation al restoratives Let not the commercialI linn begrudge till clerk or the employer the journey man or Ithe pat lent tlu physician or the vhureh Its pastor I season of Inoccupa Linn Luther used tto spurt with his children Kdmnnil Hurke used In caress his favorite horn Thomas Chalmers In the dark hour of the churchs disrup riot played kiteI for recreation KO I was told by his own daughter amid the aposllsCorotnod rest yourselves And I have ob served that they win do not know how to rest do not 1 know how to work Hut I have to declare this truth toclllythllt some of our fashionable watering places are the temporal and eternal destruc tion of a multitude that no man can number mid emid tliecongnitnhitlons of this season nud tit prospects of the departure of many of you for the coun try I111111111 liter n warning plain ell nest nail unmistakable The first cmptntlon that Is opt to hover in this direction Is lo leave your piety at home You will send the dog niu cat and canary bird to be well eared temptationwillyour tthedoOrsback In the autumn to find that It is starved and suffocated lying stretched on the rug stark dead There is no surplus of piety nt tIp watering places 1 rapidlyMountainhouset Montmorency I CIUCtbatearousn Sunclayday cxcuruloiiH Elders and deacons and ministers entlrclwhen ntNlngnrntake do gotosacrec parade anti the discourse instead of be tohoticrmonthnt1Mfusions of the year ns the Out most adaped to excite admiration and In those churches from the way the ladles hold their fans you know that they lire not so much Impressed with the Jientat with the pirturesqueness of half disclosed features Pour puny souls stand in the organ loft timid squall a tune that nobody knows mad worshipers with righthandI poor then the benediction is pronounced toughestthingI I at a watering place lhair is be witched with Ithe world the llesh and till devil There nee ChristI hums who placeltintheir Christian robe that they had to getItThe health of n great many people nukes nn annual visit to some mineral spring ran absolute iueesslty but take your Hlble along with you mid take nn hour for secret prayer every day though you be surrounded by guffaw and saturnalia Keep holy the Sail bathI though Ithey deride you as a big oted Puritan Stand oil fl gambling hells nnd those other institutions which propose to imitate on this side the wa Ice tilt iniquities of HndenHadeu TIt your moral and your Immoral health keep price with your physical recupera tion mind remember that all the sul phur and chalybeate springs cannot du you so much good as the healing perennialI flood that breaks forth from the loek of Ages Tills may he your lost summer If so make It a fit vestibule of Heaven Another temptation hovering around nearly allonr watering places IH the horse racing business We nil admire the horse but we do not think that 19 beauty or speed ought to be cultured at the expense of human degradation The horn race Is not of such importance as the human rat The Whit intimates that u imrVvis better titan a sheep nllcllI suppose he Is hater than a horse though lilt Jobs stallion his neck lie eluded with thunder Horse races in olden tines were under the lour of Christian people Und in our day the same Institution has come up underlie titious names And it Is culled a sun 1111 meeting almost suggestive of positiveI religious exercises And It is culledi an agriculturall fair suggest ire of everything that is improving in tit art of farming hilt under these the ceptive titles sire the saute cheating and tit same betting and tit same drunkenness and the same vagabond ago and the sane abomination that were to be found under the old horse racing system Another temptation hovering around the watering place is the formation of hasty and lifelong alliances The wa tering places are responsible for more of tit domestic infelicities of time coun try tine nearly all other things com bined Society is so IIrtlHlIRI there that no sure judgment of character can be formed Theywin form companion ships amid such circumstances go Into a lottery where there are iifl blanks to line prie IIn Ithe severe tug of life OUI wntllloll than glitter ami splash Lift iis not a ballroom where the iuill de t ilks t hII1tp and bow and prance and graceful +viug of long train can make up for strung common sense You might as well go among time gayly painted yachts of a summer rtgattn to- Ile a war vessel as to go among the light sprayof the summer watering place to Iliul character that earl stand Ihe test of the great struggle of human life In the buttle of life you want n stronger weapon titan a lacp fan or n croquet mallet The lund of life Is- sn heavy tint in order to draw it you want a tenet stronger tthan tthin made up of a masculine grasshopper and a feminine butterfly If there isany man in the community who excites my con tempt and who ought to excite the con tempt of everyman and woman it is the soft homulcd softheaded dude whoM erfumcd until ths air is actual- lyI sick spends time summer III striking killing attitudes and waving senti ment uladleux and talking infinitesimal nothings aim finding his heaven in the set of n lavender kid glove Hoots as tight as an inquisition Two hours of consummate skill exhibited In the tie of a Hashing cravat ills conversa tion mime up of Ahsl and Oils and lie lies There Is only one counterpart to such a nun us that and that js the frothy young woman at the watering places her conversation made up of French moonshine what she has in her head only equaled by what she has on her back useless ever since she was born nnd to be useless until she Is dead un less she becomes an intelligent Chris tine We may admire music and fair faces and graceful step but amid the heartlessness nad the Inflation nnd the fantastic influences of our modern wa trying places beware low you make lifelong covenants Another temptation hovering all around our watering places ta intoxi eating beverages I am told that It Is becoming ihorp and more fashionable for women to drink I care not how well a worn in may dress if she has taken enough of wine to hush her check and put n glassiness on her eye she is drunk She may be handed into n 2 500 carriage and have diamonds enough to astound the TitTamysshe Is drunk She tray be a graduate of the best young ladles seminary and the daughter of sonic man in danger of being nominated for time presidency she is drunk You maj have n larger vocabulary titan I have nod you rainy say in regard to her thftt she IIs con vivial or she is merry or she 11ufls tive or she is exhilarated but you cannot with all your garlands of verbiage cover up the plain fact that it- IiI an oldfashioned case of drunk Now the watering places are full of temptations to men and women to tip Ill At the close of the tenpin or bit liard game they tipple At the closeI of the cotillion they tipple Seated on the piazza cooling themselves oil they- tipple The tinged glasses come nround with bright straws nnd they tipple First they take light wines as they call thum but tight wines are heavy enough to debase the appetite lucre Is not n very long road between cham pagne at live dollars a bottle and whlSr Iky at ten cents a glass Snout has three or four grades down which he takes men to destruction out man ho takes up and through one spree pitches him into eternal darkness That Is a rare case Very seldom indeed can you find a man who will be such a foot as that Satan will take another man to n grade to a descent at an angle about like the Pennsylvania coal shout or time Mount Washington rail truck and shove him oil Hut this Is very rare When a man goes down to destruction Satan brings him to a plane It is almost n level lima depression is so slight that you can hardly see It The man does not actually know that he is on the down grade and it tips only a little toward darkm1 SJojust a jit tie And the Ihs mile it is claret std the second mile it Iis sherry card the third mile It Is punch and the fourth mile it is ale and the fifth utile it is whisky and the sixth mile it is brandy and then it gets steeper and steeper and steeper until it is impossible to stop Look not thou upon the wine1 When it is1 veil when itt giveth its color in the cup when It moveth Itself aright At thC last It bitith like a serpent and stingcth like an adder Whether you tarry at hums which will be quite as safe and perhaps quite as comfortable or go Into the country arm yourself against temptation The gruel of trod is the only safe shelter whether in town or country There are watering place accessible to roll of us You cannot open n hook of the Hlhlo without finding out some such watering place Fountains open for sit and uncleanlincss Wells of MI vat ion Streams trout Lebanon A Hood struck out of time rock by Muses Fountains Iin the wilderness discovered by Hagar Water to drink anti water to hnthe la- The river of lad which iIs full of water Water of which if a man drink he shall nevi thirst Wells of water In till val ley of Haca Living fountains of water A pure river of water as clear as crys till from under the throne of lad- rimse are watering places accessible to nil of us We do rot have a laborious uieklng up before we start only the throwing n WilY of our transgressions Xo expensive hotel bills to pay it Is without moiwy and without JlIIII Xo long and duty travel before we pet there It IH only cue step stray In California in tine minutes 1 walked around and raw lt n fountain nil bubbling raptmsti they srt nil dif ereut nid In flvr tninutr 1Iall go through this fible parterre mid Nod you 30 bright Hpnikliiig fountains bub bling up into elenml life henllijf and therapeutic A chemist will go to one of Ithose summer watering plates and take the water and nnulye It end toil you that it contains so much of Iron and so much of soda and MI much of h lime amidsoulIIlIhIIf mngnoin I court to this otlllI well this Hxiig fountain and uualyc the water and I find that its Ingredients are pence pardon forgiveness hUll comfort lift peach Ho everyone thatI Ilmlrstetlucanto- to ye this watering place Crowd around this hotheads O you sick you lane you troubled you dyingcrowd around this Hcthcsda Step in it oh step in It The angel of the covenant today stirs the water Why do you not step in it1 Sonar of you art too weak to tithe a step in that direction ThenI we take you up in time arms of prayer and plunge you clear under the wave hop lug that the cure may be as sudden nnd ns radical as with Capt unman who blotched and carbunclcd stepped lute the Jordan mind after the seventh dive cane up his skin roseate complcxioncd as the flesh of n little child A tagA Whangnrei New Zealand youth who advertised for n wife was amazed to find among the replies letters from two of his sisters with photographs closed If all flesh 13 gines cannibals mutt be vegetarians Chicago Dully New Ct HAUNTED HOUSE MYSTERY r It V u a rinyful Skunk Having R Game of rootlmll That MyiiU See the Tenant itA mystery leas been solved In a home not far from San Gabriel Cal said n resident of n neighboring little tow1n mystery that convinced i sensible persons that ghosts do live and walkabout o nights A certain rancher wished to go to the beach for the sum mer so he rented his cottage for sx months to some eastern people and there U where the trouble began The newcomers liked the place but n few days utter they hnd moved in ono of the members of the family went to the man who was working on the place and asked if there was anything peculiar about the houlicINo the man re plied why do you nlll1 Well said the new tenant wo didnt sleep much last night We went to bed early and tint long after my boy cause and knocked at my door and said he heard dome one trying to get In the house 1 crept out into the hall and then went all over the house but 1 heard nothing so went back to bed In a few minutes my boy called to me and sold thnt he hail heard n noise again Ity tills tithe the whole household was aroused 1 went tutu the buys room limit still heard nothing then I put out time light anti sat down to listen anti it u isnt ten minutes before I hoard the noise It sounded like It person crawl hag along the flour of the next room then something seemed to go hounding along like u hull and we Ward it strike the wall Some of the children who had followed me were on the borders of 1 hysterics by this time I crept out Into the hal again my revolver In one hand and SOIMC matches In time other and to ward the door of the next room It was mo Hillghtnndas 1 peeped through the keyhole I could see the room suffused with light but apparently there was no one in It yet there was the greatest scampering around that you have ever heard U For a second continued the ten ant I could not see distinctly but when I looked around the room there was no one there nothing to be seen but a hall a big rubber bull n sort of childs football resting in the middle of the Hour I was dumfounded till windows were locked nnd thule was no place in which to hide so J ilually backed out and went into my boys room and told the family that it was the wind lint that didnt go for as I was telling them this the bull went scurrying across the Hoar and the phantom was after it Again I went out and this time I held the door open anti tried to look in 1 waited some mo ments but nothing appeared and that was the last we heard of it that night TheI following night the same thing occurred so I took time ball out anti that united the noise again but whan 1 put the ball back the ghost comes and It has made the family so nervous that they wish to leave the placeS That beats me said the astonished workman I have been around the house for two years and never heard that It was painted 1 believe he added tint I can getaway with any ghost that ever walked mad if you will let me go up timid try tonight Ill guarantee to tutu out the trouble So It was arranged the man slept In the room which the boy hind occu pied mil the ball was replaced In the haunted room At 11 oclock the man was heard to go up and the hall started to roll about The ranch haul crept to the door of the next room very wire roily and at first made no attempt to upeu it apapreutly he was listening then he slowly opened the dour lis tened a moment curd closed it and went down the hall to where the tenant was Ktnndlng Do you wont to see the ghost he asked Wdl come am The tenant followed him mind after waiting for a few moments lie saw through te crack of the partially opened dour n ilttle block animal suddenly appear in a broad hand of moonlight mad rising up strike at the ball with Its fore paws ending It whirling about the lloor A kitten ejaculated the new tenant In a whisper Xo a skunk replied the titan a polecat thats your ghost and I would bo careful how you run in on him It was true anti after some search i small hole is discovered through which the animal had entered the room where It amused itself playing hall by the light of the moonN Y Sun A XIMV Veralun ul have n very interesting Gorman friend uaid a we11 knot n business mnnuonel lie amuses me very much by trying to use American slnug like a na the One expression that particularly caught Iris fancy was fly Jimmy 1 tat ills version is original though he locsnt intend to be The nearest he can como to It Is Hy Jlnmutyant- timts what he always says The other tiny I hnd n letter from him that shows that his filang vocabulary IIs increasing He was describing soma goods that were unusually fine mud not what everbody would be likely to have In fact to quote him they were some thing that couldnt be bought by every Tom Dick and Thomas Detroit free Press teed Hvniuilellnir Some men who claim to be the arch teetH of their own fortunes would bo worth twice an much today had they Cployed another architect at a fair alary Chicago Dally IfcwaY 1 i j LIEft JQ hiiin1latwife London THiUts Your friend has a wonderful mektal frraspills 1iasWRR the weary1 i wcrJrQ thinks he owns the wirtk Washington Star No Difference Mistress greatly icaudallzed la it possible Hannah you urn making bread without washing your jmndi New Kitchen Girl Lor whats tho difference mum Its brown bread American ltebre- WhyrneTimberI IJ heard a common W up nt the academy today upon that painting of yours Tho Harvesters Hr M Prcshnlst Compllmcntaryr UyrncTumber I cant decide A rusticlooking visitor glanced at it for i few moments nnd remarked that it made him tired Standard and Cath olic llmes- HC8ShSO Toni hind the impudence to kiss you last night 1 TessYee but hoI came around today to explain lie said Im sorry If I hurt you I admit Int only an apology for a tuna but I love you hnd that was thuOJIJiwaYIc- oulll tell you DeSllttrfho Idealt Well I TessWell I accepted the apology Cathollo Standard Mrs Ifcown Our language Is lull of misnomers For instance I metA man once who was a perfect bear and they called him n civil engineer Mrs SnldtYs but thats not so ridic ulous as the man they cull teller in a bank He wont tell you anything I nsked ono the other tiny how much money my husband had on deposit anti he just laughed nt mullouse hold Words An ungullnnt man in the west sued a lady who had rejected his suit and married another for the expenses in curred by him while courting her and was given damages by an equally ungallant jury Which betrays n moreen try disposition In tint region to tax women on time luxury hitherto conceded to them free as an inalienable tire rogative of their sex to break hearts Baltimore American EEL JAM ON THE DELAWARE lltintf Pike Clmxc TlimunniU of th Lively WrlKBlnm Out of tin Wnlcr Keels caused n jam In time raceway to tho feeder of the Delaware aunt llarl tat canal nt SouddcrH Falls ono tiny lately Chased by n school of Deln ware creek pike apparently the entire Juno hatch of eels at the falls ran up the swift overtlow to escape dente in the sharp jaws of the pike and clogged lima sixfoot stream until it overflowed Into the yard of Kdwnrd handing ad joining the socalled raceway Thousands of eels were killed In tho jam thousands were left high anti dry In IlardingH ynrd when time pike rev treated and hundreds of pike were picked up on land after having jumped front tho stream In their frantic ef forts to cross the lenders of their school and feed on the young eels limo Bight of millions of eels jammed In one huge wriggling mass struggling to escape death from their regular July persecutors tho pike while many wore being crushed to death by their fellows because unable to advance coupled with the sight of thousands of shiny jumping frantic hungry pike nit packed so tight in a swift shallow current as to turn the waters over a two foot embankment was ono calculated to excite the most phlegmatic follower of the roll std reelI larding says tho fight for life lasted half nn hour Although almost too much overcome by tau sight to realize his opportunity Hurtling gathered enough pike to lIe kit for his winters supply besides seven bushels to sell cord hum enough young eels in his yard to fertilize Ills garden Had ho retained hubs presence or mliid Harding says he could have caught enough pike with a scoop shovel in a half hour to supply time popula thou of the city of Trenton lint 1 was excited and only got a barl said Harding sorrowfully lAu- I wouldnt ha got them I dont guess ef they hadnt ha jumped in my yard In their efforts to git nt th eels Dno what Ill do with th eels Theyre Tunes nn too snap for any thin copt fertilizer tho theyre pretty good stun for that ho added Mr Harding has lived beside the raceway for a number of years and is accustomed to seeing the myriads of eels lii tho raceway but he hud never witnessed nn attack upon them by the alien until the other day Old Jim Allerton who tended the bridge for a number of years said Harding once told me about a fight between time eels an the black base that was somcthlu terrific but you know old Jim told sonic stories what wnrnt like some folks would think cur rect stories Hut thinks he war right Jim said the bass nwopo down at the outlet and sort o formed themselvesil into n circuit round about tho eel afore they could get in the raceway f to protcc thciiiKclb an the alnaghjtetv as Jim tells th story wun BoinethlBI t orful Hut some folks swopeddownMi on the bass nand driv them oft flftjiS they could Jhuislm the feast 4ik il- outaugera Nerve i Gen Boulangera fatnglMiltck he I runislsl dead Ii had bwt Mn4 by an Admlrercfthe gas t5 c t n di ty 1- 5 r e N t sb7f i I 7fm y f 41s s T 0 tW- N F F i fev rr d T7T L a- a f h rf1xA V r 4 J c h no r- a s1f cr r- ilJ J N it Ifcf t t n i t f j k1 If r oi t F iti p III I Il I It Zlx ti pr rs 1 1 I i i 9 r t I Li f Ii Il I j j I I jIr t i Mt trYf 1 ii- xr y 4n 4 I5t l r rr 4x r F r ipIIIWORen M wall aa mea are 10fitdt miserable by kidney bladder trouble Dr JHULXS Ktlmara Swamp Root the tkwltexrPmetclypromptl At v rttiete jn fljiy cent and dollar sixe j Ififm Stay base n cample bottle by mall teen aho pamphlet telling all about It DlnghamJMN J COUNTY NEVS NOTES 10JirTO Insure 1isertou ALT rnrres byMondayl that nearby on Monday morning Our correspondent tire derelict In duty and we want to nay that henceforth thy will not receive papers except fur the week they have news letter Wo are dependent upon them tar the news and when they fall to nrnil in their favors they put ua to great inconvenience I CAMPTON SPARKLES Rev J J Dickey went to Mancbeatcr Thursday lion Joseph Lyklm was in Ixsxlng ton Friday and SturdnyiW II blanker of WeAt Liberty was In town Wednesday 0 n Cnrdwell of Stlllwatcr was in town Tucadny T F Stamper took n business trip to Mi Sterling Tuesday A F DUd nud L W Comb went to hazel OrccVTursday Courtney Combs hind sin Sherman wore in Mt Sterling Monday Horn to the wife of Curter Vimclcuve on tho 18th init a boy Mrs Lou Carpenter who has been tick for several days ill convalescent J T Bailey had a flab rennraunt in the Masonic building during court Court was in franlon tbia week and a great many canra disposed off W H Gevedon of Wt Liberty WRit noticed on our streets Thursday John Niipler who one wounded a fow weeks ago is improving and will soon be outProf Marion end wife were giieatd orI Wm Day and family of Frozen on Wednesday last A H Stamper end 00 Fulka have formed a partnership in tho law biiiilnciu at this place Rev H 0 Moore formerly pastor of the M E church of this place has been transforredto the Florida amierence lion Danford White of Irvine was In town Wcdncailny Mr Whltn IK this part of the ntnto in behalf of Gobbet Rod tho tntw ticket pt lOIHI ZII MAYTOVVN MISSIVES Corn gathering and molmucit innklng are tho order of the day nt present Mr lllchto visited hU eon Millard Illclilc of this place hiHt week Dr llunton nid Mlsi Jirrio Swsinpo of ywiiugo Spring + were prunent nt tljo ohopl exercises Innt Friday Air nnd Mrs U A QhlldcrM gave nn npple cutting nt tholr homo lust week Quito nn enjoynblo time by the young folk MM 0 K French MM J H lloxe Mr and Mrs Berry JHIIUM MSMM hillio iayluldII JlllznlOrrcn titthisrtlnmlntby1 schoolIttertained tho school and patrons by his humorous and contlciil recitation Tho etcTospent by all who were present U briefly expressing It At times tho whole house nndItof tho jolliest days In tho history of tin school There worn between 70 and 80 pupils present besides men women and ehlldtm amounting in nil to Snout t00 or moro Wo all appreciate Mr Old weHVklndncM nod enjoy hU Rpcaking Toesday tobelelain our state and it will amply repay till who come to hear him- GILItMORE GLEANINGS Corn crops Is rather light D IT Llndon hone Moro OClil which is giving him much trouble jStooc wntor Ilit getting very scarce Creoles nnd brunches nil dry Itdv J M Little has moved back from Jackhon to his farm ilttj Jjt o Jlr ok who has been nek for onjo thou wo uro glad to etnto 1 ia tomeVetior bothvarynueutilagAunt oaglo Minton of whom wo hare ppnken of before in being nfllicted with tcJntt1It gradually getting worse arrivediI f wdaUi he came by jad In bia buggy f Toptitkbrblll own language Ito said TeWM nsarly flora out IPwaslike too7 went T Iii 40 iWpk UCLt lltbl- UqL1 iI fJ to 4 t 5i H + j t JAMBS JANGLES WISWallaee has moved to the It PI Money farm- Billie AVitMR went to Daysboro Sat evenlagJades who haa been rfclr for sometime laI worse at this writing James Perkins and Mlee Came Taulbee pad through the Jamba Sunday Mort Wilson attended church at Weal Liberty Saturday and Sunday You bet bo looked Brown Jtiwws Mlnnlo Wallace PoSpcca Wit son Alvin Oldfleld and Wort Pientlt attended the meeting at Weil Liberty Sunday and report a jolly time Sept Id ScsiBBLB MORGAN COUNTY- CONSOLATION CHAT Water in tie scarce in this vicinity as Goeblo men Cul Win Wallace moved in tho prop erty vacated by 11 U Motley One William IlIon went through Coiixolatiun ecallahootiiij- Mr J M Motley Is visiting II D Motleys family O W CVcil in one of the grand jury men from Consolation Our arhoul Is pragresihtgsplendidand the Httcndcnco Iit very good II D Motley Iit in the blue grass look ing for n location Mrs Dora Swango wits TakcnJpji Friday and dismissed her school Stirs Minnie Wallico attended the annual meeting at West Liberty Sunday Ed1 Cecil and wife were visiting on Liicya creek Sunday Hilly Wilson and Harland Oldficld were in this neck of the wooli on Sun tiny Jesse OldHclN and fAmily were the guests of 0 0 Oillisple on last Saturday nightProf South llnwkina PrincipalofI Monthcad school wax seen passing through this vicinity Monday 1r Wellrt Deputy Sheriff of Morgan county was in our vicinity on Friday and mado tine arriMt hut it didnt lnt Mrs Dora Swnngo has difMmifucd her school for tutu week m the boys could get through their work without loosing school John Hio and E T Ulankenship have a protracted xpnll of toothache lint they say it 1la tint aa bud uu the heart acheDr S U ICaMi was called to see Jan Taulbco Friday night Jim was suffer ImprovIngI RtH BRYAN HAIKSMAN YOU Pearson Clark WHOLESALE + GROCERS LEXINGTON KY I KE HARTFIELD Jlnmliiiinrtom Mt Sterling Ky ItKIllKH- KNTHGUGCENHEIMER CoLYNCH IJU1NJ VA Importer nntl Jobbers of Dry Goods No lions and IFancy noohl Wo manufacture tho well known UBATSALI Iantaanil Overalls Hold your orders until you see him HC ROBINSON OF DEATTYVILLE KY WIT- HK 3MC nUftUESIMtOr- illKTOU Kentucky Older Vinegar Works LOUISVILLK KY Your patronage Is respectfully solicited BODE HARDWARE COMPANY WHOLES- ALEHARDWAfiB and CTtfirCINCINNATI o lleforencc J Taylor Day hazel Green I I font I No I llIs j-IIII Il inn tliliH wall Ii I LlaInS S B HASH Milliner L GREEN KY r= I I LI I L I I1I I 1I I I I t Money to intent good ideas tuny be secured by our aid Tho Pntont Uecord Haltlmoro tttlMuch in LittleIs especially true ol Hoods fills for nomcdl ulna over conUilntst no great curative power In BO small space They aro nnholo m- cdlclnoHoods host always ready al ways cfnclout always sat Uhetoryj prevent n colt orfever cure nilliver ilk Pillskk iKailache JAUmllw oomUpatlon etc hos- eTao only rjlls to take WIth Hoods Samparllto tt I After 14 year of honest toil it looks as though I spoilIJust walk up and lay a dollar down and Ill ho u happy man in town I f indltntfttI lilalL WINCHESTER KY N H WITHER3POON President BD HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000T- his Rank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and otfers Its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the ilmft of legitimate hanking octlSly HCT Envelope bC YOUR Inltorhenil UulnloRiin 8a5 prliiliiilntllKllAII oltle THE REST Of THEM ALL- i1LIPPINCOTTS MdNTHLYJtAGAZINE Contains A eompIM novel In every num berJln addition tos large quantity of useful ana onter1alDlol reading matter 110 enrnw d s5W ehfeh rl naer to tnoit radar- It should be In every household Sub icrlptlon 93 OO per year whomtheJ D UPPIKCOTT COMPANY PabllBberaP- HILXOKLPHIA Anyone sending a ikttcn and dMcrtptlon ma qnlcklr aireimtn our opinion tree whether an tnventTn is probably pottMrtable Communic- ettonstrictlyatnfdnntial handbookonPatenta encyforecvrtnppateata1atenta tpttlal notUt without eliarve In tho Scientific American A handsomely IllnitratM weekly rmaL HA eulatlon of any etenUfle fcMtmal Tenni W a year i four months L SoUbyalt newideal- eraHUNNCoI 3 tr New York Branch moo GD6 BU Waihlniton V O 1 f1 DK1LThe Leading Specialists of America t 20 YEARS III OHIOI 250000 CURED SECURE EMISSIONS Niilliluir can Ian more ilumomlUlnir to lrceneo 1 liriMluco wcMuiCJ + nervoncinfcellnt rt dtrgurlnutatrknhtminrtrymptumrThey fa i rrUfo and rocinl hnpi lnc y Jf matter whether unwed hy evil hIt 111 youth K nrttiKnl wonlencMCT roxual t coupes onrll I ioaltlvelyIH P NO CURE MO PAY V orlRIorIT ntiExouno II fethoc1III2 2S9Q0 CURED R- Vonnjr Jlan Yon nrn vale frcliloFa mid hiEhnnl rorvou IrrlUliIo and ox cltnblc Yut become furcutful moroO R and iloiKnilont blutchc and Ilmplip P ptooilngfonts a rocnlthoWECURE VARICOCELE No matter bow rorlom your rno umy f UollrNI I willIS their normal condition nUll hcnro thiiU fiximl or nnnriihlmeat The nritnatloonnto vllnliioU nil uinntunl drains or loses cciuo nmlniimtily iKivrcra return No tcmpornry 1 1 osellINOuiovtoIlltlSsNO llLl1N i CURES GUARANTEED Wo tront and euro SYPHILIS tfOlPET KMHJS10N8 IMPUTE VV I SHMlUaTIONlh1P e CIIABOE311UUIItA1I fr R IllIntO lILAm n1l1rile 1R1t9MliNTD1 S t KENNEDYS KERGAH g 122 W FOURTH ST CINCINNATI O mIq i l7 = J J r WAUJInEE9 axs Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY SSrSnrKcrv and obstetrics n Specialty p OLLIX A KAHII 1LATTORNEYzitLAWIIAZEL Will practice in the court of Wolfe and the adjoining counties and attend promptly to all collection entrusted to him I SADDLES A HOFFMAN SON H PIEEATT MANAGERS SOLICITOR MT STERLING GREEN KY HOFFMANPIERATT InsIIlPOtll I0 A8 OOY 17 FIRE COMPANIES REPRESENTED fLoatis negotiated nil business of mountains solicited p f 1Y OP KINDS AND and promptly lane at this office Aadrat GENERAL WRSMITH KY9YorefrraUrofblf COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Airnrdf Medal mt World ExpoUUoa potlllnnsColacludlllltTullIon1Joob Speciallicsnhllawarded cr mut LlttmrrUourwfrce Ifdttireil otnestBe ItnteLnow OrduatHIOCftftfI onlyOENERAL tIeI10dI n CONNAUGHT2D3512 celebrated English Hackney itiilllon imported to tho United States on June 3 1813 will rnnkc the nenNon of 1890 at the lrCCllfIbeauty SB TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Or S5 To Insure A Maro In Foal money due when tire lout IN ascertained in either ease A leln on thou colt will he re tallied for tho season money und in event the mnru IH traded oil or bred to another horse the money will then he due lrfWClllllcchlcntllhill occurDESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE CONNAUOHT 2ND 3512 In n beautiful bay full 10 hand high bleak mane and toil good style and action and a line road stet D years old tills spring He was sired by Victor of fleetly Ifi87 dam bionic 1025 by Highflyer lOOt Victor of Hectley 1587 by Reliance tiu7 dam by Congress 104 Itcliancc W7 by Contidencc 1C8 dam by 1U human Oi- ONOTK1II11 complete pedigree covers many crosses of the thoroughbred nnd JotOHrecllerlllrcand examine his pedigree at uiy stables llcspcctfully J II 1IKKATT YOUR MAIL ORDERSF- or anything and everything in the line of imvrjs DIIIE9 TOILED AUTI- CLKS PKKFUMKS SOAPS TOBACCOS CIGARS nnd Prescription Snecinltlc will be promptly filled by UN Write us when you cant find what you want in your own stores JAS E COOPKIl Druggist 5M3 LKXINGTON KY 0 R l5 1 RIOn AttorneycriLow COLIKCTIOKB A SPECIALTY AND Rl- TuitKB PROMITIY 451 W JEITEUSOV STIIKKT LOUISVILLE KY Reference J Taylor Day Hazel Green S ROSEDAVID Headquarters Ezcl Ky 1U5WESBNT8 SLINGLUFF JOHNS 5 CO WHOLESALE BOOTS + AND + SHOESHopkins Place BALTIMORE MDj solicits a share of tho trade mountain raercluuU otII Since I opened my store in April I have sold in the- neighborhood of 500 worth of sad diessaddles for ladies saddles for men saddles for girlsI saddles for boys and In every case rendered en lire satisfaction If you need one call ceo me lAnd H ROSE W KY HAZEL and tho ALL NEATLY This grand SUN MAHK Respectfully HEBRIHINA curl for mCfrlm Iinlfllead HEADACHE CURED FREE by Haiuplc mnilvd you if this paper tit inentloneil The moro iiromptly headaches ore re II1 rnuntntJy cured Sold bval dniKgiMH 1I11T 50 CENTS A BOX The Dr Whitehall Meg Co SOUTH BEND IND Hair StoreW- e have In stock n full line of Hair Switches from 100 to 1000 each Wigs EmplroComStampedUlleus changiuizthewill receive prompt attention MRS M A KKTCIIUM Upper and Church Sis Lexngton Ky STRENGTH nermnnentf ofItenllatchc willbe AID VISOR TrialTimIlIffertnrrmrnwtJIcureBndTomenwhowentthemthatElnctricityItho IInudsxNew Electric Appliiinrnn give inptent relietnd neror TrflublEftnrlVitality You WilY not have faith In It now but 3andconOdencaInUtOAlllltllttor1110Sfor Illuitntid Pamphlet with roforrnces and ulunod OUYolojltlrR01rne 1 JllobI SPItXNG 1890 TREESPUNTSVINFSI 1 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Small Fruits 1 Everything for Orohard Lawn und Garden OfVo employ no gents butiRoll at reasonable prices Strawberry nnd Treo Catalogues on application to H F HILLENMEYEB LEXINGTON KY Phone 278- HAZEL GREEN y ACADEMY A4 The fourteenth annual see lion of hazell Green Academy will begin on MONDAY Sept thoroughdiscipline PrincipalHazel g F nr =fEiy 1 7 i t ku r1 uri i r II r fs- k irr rrrr- i rrr rrS r rd Ya v i 1- r