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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v l L r 1I J i ii itJIIj I 1 J tJr t i 1 1I t j tJJ t lJ Wi Cihc iP f c = r r 6 rY s r v- a f f I HERALDY Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In the Story of M Jonathan and Fits Continent by KaO1Re1L 4 I JUJXCKU Owner COdoiuc The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper In the Kentucky MimtainsAlvryrpAsl+nute SSI j j FIFTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS QOUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 1809 NUMBER lQ ht =lrE HARTF9ELD- I Jtoiulqunrter Mt Sterling Ky b1UV1tESKSTS 1 CoT9 Io1porlars RIIII Tobber of Dry Good No tions and Fancy Uooth We mnnnfncturo Tine well known II B EAT ALL Pantand overalls JIll hl your orders until you see i him i U C ROBINSON Ky1TL OF BEATTYVILLE WITH intti rnnaEEs- tt PHOlllIKTOK t Kentucky Cider Vinegar Works LOUISVILLE KY Your patronage is respectfully solicited t fJ ji BRYAN J SALESMAN Iou I Pearson Clark WHOLESALE + GROCERS I LEXINGTON KY TAtTXiKEE M D f JAfr physician and Surgeon I KYIL ty ROLLIN A Jt8It ATTORNEYatLAWHAZEL Will practice in the courts of Wolfo and the adJoining counties and attend promptly to collections entrusted to him IIi fmdte t4r nttJt IIWINCIIESTJoR KY ldent Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 t Surplus 6000000Thi- s This Dank solicit the accounts of mer t chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky + ned offers its customers every facility and f the most liberal terms within the limits 0 t oonS1yiIt 0 R RARRISOn+ Attorneyi Law t COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY AND Ri Ir TURNS PllOMITLY MADE tr 451 W JEFFERSON STIUJKT LOUISVILLE KY k Ilnfcrcnco J Taylor Day hazel Orecn ti AVID S ROSE HcnilqunrtcrH Ezol Ky I UKPURRK- KTflSLIWGLUFFJ JOHNS 5 GOt WHOLESALE r BOOTS + AND + SHOES L Hopkins Place HAITIMOUH MoI Respectfully solicits n share of the trade ol- inountulnr IIIpreh ants YOUR MAIL ORDERS For nnythlntr and everything In tho line Of rWUOS SUNIWIE8 TOILET AUTI CLES PEHFUMES SOAPS TOBACCOS 1 wiifbeyou cant find wont you wnnt In your own stores JAS E COOPKIt IriiBMst OM3 IEXINUTON KY S IJ RCT VnilD nTlIIIUSIIOJlIf OntntfgnfMtI t r r AJLYON Jitey 5 l LdIng Insurance AgnfI F of Eastern Kentucky f j IMewtt 1 eAttyllle anti Jaoksoi- Mf DISROBED And Was toTake a Bath In the Union Square Fountain- A crowd of nearly 2000 people watchocl a stylish and protty young woman disrobo in Union Square a taw lays n o- Sufforing from a fit of mental aberration she was preparing to take a bath in tho fountain when her father broke through tho crowd nnyThoyoungwomnn gave her name IndinnnpolisHor Miller and is hero for tho Dewey colobration Tho idlers who line tho honchos in tho square wero first attracted by Miss Miller shortly before 3 oclock Sho entered from tho Broadway side and her wollfltting gown of fawncolored clothand her jaunty hat woro noticed by porfoctltho fountain Thou sho sat down upon its edge and began to remove hor shoos Tho crowd became interested at once The young woman took off her jacket and laid it beside hor shoos Mon boys and oven womon joinodthoed tho young woman who now un hooked hor corsets and then stopI pod from tho folds of hor outor skirtBy this timo tho crowd was soI dense that people stood on tho grass and some boys oven climbed treesNot a policeman was in sight Just as Miss Miller was taking off her hat an oldorly man forced his way through tho crowd Ho was breathless sod excited Ho rushed up to tim young woman and caught her by the arm Jessio I ho cried What are youdoingFather sho answered calmly HI to take a bnthII MrMiller shook his daughterJ viciously and sho seemed to re gain her senses Sho offered no resistance when ho told her to dress and go with him Several women thou camo to her assist anco This girl is my oldest daughter snid Mr Miller to a VoId roe porter Wo woro out shopping today and sho admired some things in a Broadway storo which I wont in to purchase when suddonly she disappeared 1 hunted up and down Brond way for nearly half an hour hut could not find her I know sho was subject to those fits and I intond ed that sho should not leave my sight while in Now York When I was almost distracted by not finding her I noticed tho crowd in Union Square I thought then that i somathing had happened to her and hurried up lam surprised thatsome woman j in tho crowd did not try to stop hor and I am astonished that no i policemen wore around When Miss Miller realized whntI she had done she began to cry J Her father took liar away in a carriage Now York World II- A Citizen Shot OwiNasviLLE KY Sept 22 Town Marshal Henry Boll of Sharpsburg shot and dangorously wounded Barton Wilson n promii nont citizen of Nicholas county Boll was arrested and brought hero last night Ho will have his J examining trial Friday The outcome of tho trial may dovolop some sensational features 1ollfI tho Marshal claims ho was trying to arrest Wilson while nrirn friends claim that the latter waRt peaceably driving through tho street when Boll pursued and shot him without provocation Boll is a soninlaw of 11T Deatly who with his throe sons wore sent to tho penitentiary from this county a few years ago for murder i Now if you w nttt kecV yourself posted on the political Issue of the earning t- campltuuli6cribelorT HERALD I t PUBLIOITY And the Little that the Trust Monster Cares For It In his recent speech nt tho Chiii ongo Trust Conference Burke Cock ran sand Trusts which largely increase production are good because they increase tho amount distributed in wages It is tho use mado o thorn by bad men that is evil Exactly so But can Mr Cock ran put his finger upon a true that has benefited tho people by in creased production or increased wagesFacts are what we want nt this timo Have not tho coal barons driven thousands of minors out of their miserable burrows because it is th willof tho Coal Trust that only a certain amount of coal shall bo taken from tho earth Have not these mon deprived of starvation wages and kicked from thoir hell been forced to pay an advanced prico for the coal they are not allowed to dig And as for tho publicity ad vocated by Mr Cochran Tho sugar kings are publicly holding back tho product that iis yet in tho vats The hoof bosses are publicly ro fusing to market tho boof that iis rangesThe are publicly allowing their billets to sloop iin tho oro And in tho meantime each and every trust in tho land according to tho character and heft of iits iron grip upon tho people is pub licly raising prices The publicity suggested by Mr Cochran is not worth a grog as n remedy for tho trust evil andI tho vaunted prosperity of tho plo is halved and quartered who that prosperity is drained into tho pockets of tho trusts As Mr Bryan says Thoro may bo a despot who is bettor thatI another despot but there is noIf good despotism NowYork Journal n Carrie Orone King c You Aro a Democrat and of course want n democratic news paper THE CHICAGO DISPATCH i e the Great Democratic Weekly Newspaper of tho country It advocates the re adoption of tho platform and the ronoin I nation of William Jennings Bryan Thero has never been a political came paign that will equal in importance that of tho ono to be fought next year The republican party backed by the money power of this country and Europe in alert and apgressive Flushed with the victory of three years ago it will seek by every means in Us power to maintain Its supremacy Democrats must bo UP and doing They must wngo an unceasing war upon their enemies In no better and moro effective way can this be clone than by tho circulation of good sound democratic nowjpnpcrs Tho publisher of Tho Chi cntto Dispatch willI Bond to every new subscriber for three months n copy of Tho Chicago Dispatch for ton cents If you are not already taking this great political weekly rend in ten mints nt once You should not only do this your but you should induce all your friends to join with you By a little effort you am easily rude n club of ten or subscribers Tho Ohlcngo Dispatch Is Indorsed by William Jennings Bryan and other dem ocratic leaders Addcs Tilt CmoAop DiaiATCir 1 20 and 122 Fifth Avenue Chicago 111 Dont forgo that you can have the CourierJournal or Dispatch and THE JHKKATjP one year for snip 125 cash In advance and besides We will fend you Farm Journal until tfee end 61 the yearJofl89StI yN da u r PLENTY OP GOLD Rich Find of Ore AttraotUg Attertlea tt Litcker Gouty WiiiTEBUima KvSopt 22Ar- ioh findof gold ore has boon mado nt Bonvor Gap on the Lotohor and Knott county lino The fact has thefspread until tho find has nttrnotod widespread attention- t Tho discovery promises to mako Harvey Johnson who owns tho 100acro mountain farm on which tho oro was found n wealthy man Capitalists have already made Mr Johnson big otTers for his farm but tho owner has thus far refused to accept any of tho otters Ado joining farms have also boon bid on by those outside gold hunters and tho discovery may bring a nice lump of ohash to tho moun tains of Kentucky Don Bates aI farmer near Thornton says ho has mado tho sonic kind of find of oro on his farm Tho assayers pro nounco tho oro sent thorn rich with tho yellow metal Weak Eyes Are Made Sfrono dim vision made clear styes roe moved and granulated lids or sore oyos of any kind speedily and oflfec tually cured by the use of Suthor lands Eaglo Eye Salvo Its put up in tubes and sold on a guaran too by oil good druggists No Pardon Gov Bradley has dotorminod not to bo annoyed during tho few ro maiuing rooks of his administra tion by pardonseekers and has accordingly issued n manifesto to thorn as follows For tho benefit of tho public generally notico is givon that pert flonal appeals for pardons will not bo hoard In this way much timo iis consumed to no purpose All applications must bo made in writing as contemplated by tho con stitutton Chronic Diarrhoea Oared This Is to certify that 1 have had chronic dinrrhocn over clnco tho war I got BO weak I could hardly walk or do anything Ono bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy cured mo sound rind well J It Gimw Fincnstle Vo I bad chronic diarrhoea for twelve years Three bottles of Chnniborlnlnn Colic Cholera and Dinrrhocn Iteincdy cured moS L SllAVim Fincnstlc VII Hoth Mr Oihbs and Mr Shaver are prominent farmers and reside near Fin remedyfrontplace who is well acquainted with them and will vouch for tho truth of their statements For sale by J T Day Druggist Two Republican Tickets Loutsvlraa KY Sept 24The Republican machine ticket for lo cnl offices in Louisville will not bo without opposition front its own ranks Tho Hambrick committoo which is composed to those Repub licans who object to tho domuia tion of Federal officeholders not ing on instructions from Wnsh ington and Mark Hanna will moot Tuesday night for the purpose of putting n full tickot in tho field Good Enough to Take Time finest quality of loaf sugar is used In tho manufacture of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the roots used In Its preparation give It n flavor similar to that of maple syrup making It very pleasant to take AH a mcdlcino for time cure of coughs colds la grippe croup and whooping cough It in unequaled by nny other It always cures midcurca qnlqkly For sale jjy 1 T Duy Druggist Notice to Tax Payers hazelOrman DistrictNobyOctobera penalty E X TAUUIEB Collector Chins Stout killed Percy Matkrf on Rod Bird creek LotohGrQQunty ono day lest wook They quarreled IntqStI rbetedaftera JtJik t lbtiItla the oflictrn and Undid iitrjJail c f 1 1 1 I 1M 1 rc THE KELLAM j CANCER MEDICAL SURGICAL HOSPITAL J 0 GUARANTEE PERMANENT 9EtheknifeCHRONIC SORES No raoriey OurMelllcalulIISllrg orfiratclaAll examinations free We treat no patients outside the hospital FRANK G KiatAM P 0 KELLAM j k HANKY KKLIAM General Manager HINTON W VA Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Tabler Effect May 21 till EAST BOUND tlu t uI 11 u U STATIONS Dally ox Daily ex I Sunday Sunday Sunday- AM Lye PM Lve A MLu Lexington 7 46 am 2 25 pm Avon 8 10 am 3 60 pui 6 64 ant Winchester 8 30 nra 3 10 pm 0 60 am L Jc E Juuon 8 45 am 3lJ pm 7 26 AM Indian Fldt 0 00 am 3 38 pm 8 14 an Clay City U 10 am 3 60 pro 11 00 am Stanton U 25 am 4 00 pm 11 20 as Fllson U an am 4 10 pm 11 61 Lam pIlLNatptnDenltyveTnllcga N 10 3D nm 6 35 jim 3 04 pm Athol 10 ftU nm- Jnckinn 6 43 pm 8 23 pm It SO nm fJ 16 pm 4 8ft pm WEST BOUND I No 1 I j Wo b STATIONS Pithy ex No 3 Dally tISunday Daily Sunday amAantTnllegnantIlenttyveanaTorrolltantNatamnlldQu161mFIIonSUnton 7 48 nun 4 20 pm 11 20 am pIudlnllI PJputWinchesterpmAvonpIaLexingtonJH IIA Hit Ootll Mannger Oil AS SCOTT Oenlnss Agent Red Rivor Valley Railway Cpi TIME CARD Iraln Innvcs McCunsoy at 0 oclock a m connecting with train nt Jtothwell for Mt Sterling Itrturnlnir Jcnvci Kothwcll at 4 ji m JAMB8 MUIIt Gen Agt Jlothwell Ky 4 J I t THE BEST Off TKfM ALL It LIPPINCOTTS j IAONTHLY1AGAZINE N everyllamahert- auepgmatter s x MNNNNHeItNIN M ryetfetl N to s a n snid ba in rrraerlpltos U0 per year Aseptrxanln Avery Ute t wrt Hbtnl Udaoktafpt l i 9i IBHIWOTT OOIIFAJIT cr ItIi 16f I f tslt I f I t S kJr V i k + r rt ctit 41 an11 F y 1 9 r F rlIhf CI fl 1 f f it rn a 1 rt 0r I I bF lYtI e t at af f s u 1r S r i 1 f 1 t f 4f- a 4 1 4 1 i i1 i I 1 I I w ft f II I I I 1 iI r tti i f t 1 1I I i a l 1 a r 1 4- i i IiiIIf I ftrC b w 4- 41i S ki 1s1- r tir tid i 1 Wii T dJOY LONG urn 11 A Prescription Prepared by Rev t Dr TRlmage KellKloH Will Offmet the UUkilpntlnn unit tcstrnvcrs ot Mte Tlie- Gunnel A Chnriot tar the LtvliiK fl3byCPS rlehted Louis Klppach In this discourse Dr Talmnge glues prescriptions far the prolongation of lug and preaches the gospel of physlcnl health The text It iknhIna0110 With long life will I k ntl fy him Through the mistake of its friend re Union has been chlelly ntsoclntcd with sick bedK nncl graveyards The Whole subject to ninny people Is odorous with chlorine mid carbolic acid Thijrc nre people who cannot pronounce the word religion without hearing in It the clipping chisel of the tombstone cutter It 4iR high time tint this thing were changed lull that religion Instead of being represented ns it henrne to carry out the dead should be represented as n chnrlot in which the thing nre to trl umlhUtligioulIo far front subtracting from ones vitality IIs n glorious addi tion It is KI unlive curative hygienic It Is good for the eyes gout for the cnr good for the spleen good for tutu digestion good for the nerves good for the muscles When David in another part of the psnlm prays thnt religion may he dominant lie dots not speak oft an n mild tlckninMiran emaciation or nn attack of moral nut spiritual cramp Ho speaks of it as the iinIing health of nil notions while God in the text prom lace longevity to the pious saying With long life will I satisfy him The fact IK that turn and omen die too soon It In high tlnic tint religion joined the hand of medical Mlonce In at tempting to improve hiimnn longevity Adam lived naoyoars Methiiuelah lived HG9 years AB lute in the history of the world as Vespasian there wit at one time in Mil empire 13 people 135 ytnrs old So far down tn the sixteenth cen tury 1etcr ftirtnu died at 185 ear of age 1 do trot Say thnt religion will ever take the rare bitch to antediluvian lost gevity but I do kny the length lit life will be Increased It h Mill In Jsalnh The child tiahl- die iii hundred years old sow If ac cording to Scripture the child iii to lhe- n hundred yews old nmy not I lie niin mid women trtueh to 100 aril 4W IJI fret IIs that we nre there dwarfs nid skeletons compared ith tome mtflit generations tliat sire to come lake the African rnee They have brei un der bondage fur centuricn Give tnim n chanee and tliey develop n Frederick Donglntis of n Toiiwnlnt IGuvertui v And If the white race shall be brought from under the serfdom of sin what stand be use body whnt shill bo the uull Heligion has only just touched our world live it full power for n few centuries and who eon tell whit will he the strength of man tuft the beauty orI women and the longevity of nil My design IK to know thatpractical I re proveItI cnre of our health a positive Christ inn duty Whether we shall keep earlyor Intc hour whether we shall take food dlgrfetlhlcI or Indigestible whether there shall be thorough or Incomplete masti cation ore questions very often de ferred tothe realm of whlmsicnllty lint prolelem the Divine He says Host linn given me this body stud He hasI ended it the temple of the Holy 3host nnd to deface Its altar or mar Its wall or crum ble this ptllnra IK n God defying sacri huge He sees Gods callgraphy In every page anatomical stunt physiolog heal lcanaUotlllluqhllI me u wonderful body for noble purposed thnt unit with 32 curious bones wielded by 40 curious intitules nod nil under the bruins telegruphy 331o pounds of blood rushing through the heart every hour the heart in 24 hours beating 100000 lwngatnkiug thandelleatemolished The ChrUtlnu man snys to himself t It I hurt my nerves If 1 hurt physlenlfatretribution Why diet God tell the Iu rites not to offer to Him In sncrlllce mil main Imperfect and diseased lie meant to tell us In nil the nge thnt we ore to offer to God our very best puyshralcan dition nail n titan who through h rug idnr or gluttonous eating ruins hU health Is rol offering io God such n foe Tifiw llhtytlltlluutvtrbelarhiseloaki- it1rroas Why should such n great man an 1nul be anxious about n thing t1o JnUgulilcnnt an overcoat tIt WillS because he knew thnt with pucumonin Kitt rheumatism he would not be worth halt HS muchl to God oust the church tu with respiration easy nnd foot free Intelligent Christian man would connliler It uu nhsurdlty to kneel down proteettoh winlloWQt hls bidroojw tight shutwy agninst resit nlr He would Juntas soon think nrgohwout OM the bridge le ItoInnp1it 1 ii i tilt from gcttlHghurt Just ns long ai you refer this whole subject pfnliyftlcnl health to the realm of whimsicality or to tin pastry cools or to the fetcher or to the baker or to the apothecary or to the clothier you nre not acting like n Christ inn Take cafe of nil your physi cal forces nervous muscular bone brain cellular tUsne for nil you must be brought to judgment Smoking your nervous system Into fidgets burning out the coating of your stomach with wine longwooded and strychnlncd walking with thin shoes to mnke your feet look delicate pinched at the wnlst until you nre nigh cut In two and nci then part wortli anything groaning about kick headache and palpitation of the heart which you think cjnme from God when they came front your own fully l Whnt rleht has nay mnn or woman to deface the temple of the Holy mlOtlt What itH the tnl1 It Is the whispering gallery of the soul Whnt Is the eye It IH the ohxcrvntory God constructed Its telescope sweeping the heavens Whnt is the hind An Instrument no wonder ful that whets the earl of llridgewnter bequeathed in Isle will 10000 for treatises to be written on the wisdom power nnd goodliest of God Sir Charles Hell the grrat KnglUh anatomist nnd surgeon found tic greatest Illustration in the construction the human hnnd devoting his whole book to thnt subject So wonderful are these bodies thnt God nanushUout nttrlbutciinftrr different ports of them Ills omniscience it l GodV eye Ills omnipresence it lIt Gods ear Ilia omnipotence it fl- U mls nrm the upholstery of the mid night henvens it is the work of Gods lingers Ills lifegiving power it is the breaths of the Almighty hlsdomin lontJU government ahull bo upon Ids shoulder Hut you snv professors of religion linve fallen professors of religion lays got druuk profossora of religion have mlBnpproprlatcdtriiKt fnnriti profewors of religion hnve absconded Yes lust they threw nuny their religion before they did their mornlity If n mnn on n While Stnr loft summer bcuiid for 1 Mvrrpnol In mldAtlnntio jumps over liimnl nitd iis drowned is that any tiling against the White Star Mars cttpaclty to tukf the man across the utrnu And If n man Jumps over the gunwale of his religion und goes flown never to rls lIs that any renwm for your believiig that rtnglou has no capacity to take the mnn clear through In the one eni If he had kept to this ulenmcr hits l1161wle1 lave been saved in the other ensr if he hud kept to ids re ligion Ills morals would ante been snvtMlThere flue aged people who would btu biMi dent 25 a cars ago hat for the ilifutiMH oust the cqnlpolhv of religion You have no more natural reslstanci than hundreds of people who lie in the emeteriex today slain by their own vices The doctors made their case as kind nnd pleasant as they could and it was called congestion of the brain or something else hunt the snnkes std the bluetlles thnt seemed to crawlI over the pillow in the sight of till delirious pa tieijt showed what was the matter with him You the aged Ttristlnn luau walked along by that unhappy one un til you came to the golden plllnr of n Christian life You went to the right he went to the left That IK nil till difference between you If this rell ghost IIs n protest against all forms of dissipation turn it is nn illustrious friend of longevity With long life will I satisfy hint I will Yonder Is n factory mush one wheel Is going north tutu the other wheel is going south and one wheel plays laterally and the other plays ver tically 1 go to the manufacturer and I tiny 0 lust utfactreu your inn ehlncry Is n contradiction Why do you not mnke nil the wheels go one wnyV Well he says I mnde them go In opposite directions on purjrase thud they produce the right result You go downstnirx and examine the ear puts Wt are turning out In this estab lishment and you will set I go down on the other floor and 1 see the carpets nail 1 am obliged to confess tint though the wheels In thnt factory go In opposite directions they turn out n beautiful result nnd while I nm stand Ing there looking nt till exquisite fab vie nn old Scripture passage comes Into my mind AH things work together for good to them who love God Is there not n tonic in that Is there not longevity In thnt Suppose n mnn Is nil the time wor tied nbout hits reputation 1 One mnn says he lies another says he IH stupid another says he IIK dishonest und half lu dozen printing establishments attack him anti he IH In n great state of ex citement must worry old fume and cnn not sleep hut religion confess to him old says firm noel UI on your side He will take euro of your reputntion If God be for you who east be against olr How much should that mnn wor ry nbout his reputntion Not much If that broker who some years ago in Wnll street after he hnd lost money sal down nUll wrote n farewell letter to his wife before he blew his brains out If Instead of taking out of labs pocket n pistol he hind tnkcn out n wellread New Testament there would have been one less suicide 0 nervous nnd feverish people of tier world try thU almighty sedative You othtl wtfnt orimprpUtnc that ybH want It 1 1i the Gospel of Jesus Christ with long life will 1 satisfy him Again practical religion Is a friend of longevity In the fUll tint It removes nil corroding care about n future existence Every man wants to know whnt Is to become of him If you get on lionnl n rail trout you want to know at whnt depot It1M going to stop If you get on board n ship you want to know Into what hnfbor it is going to slat And If you should tell me you have no interest In what IK to be your future destiny I would in IIH polite n wny ns I know how tell you I did not believe you Ilcfore I had this mutter settled with reference to my future existence the question almost worried me into ruined health The anxieties men hove upon this subject putt together would mink n martyrdom This is n slate of nVftil unhiMilthinciiH There are people who fret thrniPcIvcH to death for fear of dying I want to take the strain ofT your nerves nnd the depression ofT your south oust 1 mnke two or three experiments ICxpcrlment first When you go out of this world It dots not make any difference whether you have been good or bud whether you believed truth or error you will go straight to glory Impossible you say MyI common rnse ns well as my religion tenches that the bad mil the good cannot live togeth er forever You give me no comfort In that experiment Experiment till see ond When you leave this world you will go into nn intermediate sin hWIII you can gut converted and prepared for HeniM Impossible you say As the tree fnlleth HO must it lie amt I cnnuot post pone to an intermediate Mnte reformation nulls ought to have been effected In ttills state lExperi ment the third There IH no future world When a mnn dies that is the lust of hint Do nut worry about whnt you are to do In another state of being You will not do anything Impossi liltyou MII y Thereis something that tells me that dent ii IH not the appendix hit the preface to life There is sonic thing thnt tolls IIH tint on this side of the grave I only got utnrtcd and that I slmll gn on forever My power to think says forever my ntlcftlons pay forever my rapacity to enJuyor suf fer forever Well you defeat me In my three ex periments I hove only Otis nitre to make and if you defcnt me In that I nm exhausted A mighty slut on n Iknoll back of IcriiRnliMii one day the skins Hied with forked lightnings and the Mirth tilled with volunnh disturbances turned Ills pale and ngoniacd face toward the heaven + and sold 1 take the sins and sorrows of the ages into lilY own heart I nm the expiation WHiicm earth std Heaven and hell I nm the expiation Anti the hammer struck Him and the spears punctured him and Heaven thundered The wages of sin is denth The soul thnt siiiueth it shall slit I will by no menus clear the guilty Then Ihtre wits filcncc for half an hour nUll thus lightnings were drawn bark tutu the scabbard of the skyI and the earth lnlortpCthtwoven out of the falling tears of Jesus told there was red as of till bloodshed ding and there was blue as of the bruis lug and there wits green ns of the heavenly foliage std there was orange alt of the day dawn sad along the lint of the blur I saw the words I was bruised for tlieir iniquities and along the line of red 1 saw tlu words The blood of Jesus Christ clennseth from all slit and nlong toe line of the greet I saw this words The leaves of the Tree of Life for the healing of the nn tions and along the line of the orange springfromthen 1 snw the storm was over nnd the rainbow rose higher surd higher until It seemed retreating to another hcnven nod planting one column of its colors plnntIngthe other side the eternal hill it rose upward ami upward and behold theresvns rainbow about the throne worrlnHrne gevity of this truth Iteligion is sunshine that is health Keligiou is fresh healthyReligionAsk sill the doctors mil they will tell you thnt n quiet conscience nnd pleas lint anticipations nre hygienic Whnt do you wnnt in the future world Tell me and you shall hove II Orchards There are trees with 12 manner of fruits yielding fruit every month Water scenery There Is the river of Life from under the throne of God clear as crystal and the test of glass mingled with tin Do you want music There Is the oratorio of the Creation Ill on by Adnm nod the orn torlo of the lied sun led on by Moses must the oratorio of the Messiah led on by StPnI while the nrchnngel with winging baton controls the 1IHoco who rake up the orchestra Do you want reunion There urlyour children wait hug to kiss you waiting to embrace you waiting to twist garlands In your hair You have been ncuustomed to open the this side olcnthotter You tense been accustomed to wnlk In the wet gross on the top of the grave 1 show you the under side of the grove The bottom inns fallen out pullbenrers themdt HIS SINISTER INTENTION I A Landlord Who Vmrn Not He Trifled With Oklahoma Landlord If thnr in o shootin star or two along towards midnight dont tit scsrml Mr Ivutnian You wont be in no danger yourself Kaxtcrn fouriKtCertnlnlrnot I have seen suds Ci lI tint aware that there was to be A meteoric display at thistuneWai I dont know for certain that thar is gout to be tun but Ive got it fircorcd out that thrift three tncinhcrx of a hu led Uncle Toms Cabin company that have been bounl I rfa me for the Inat two weeks while they vmted for remittances from home nre goat to try to vamous tonight an leave me holdin the brig nnd 1 nm yore to say lint they haint tom to git away with out settlin in full not if my old revolver disJIatehtruntsnmN Y World Its KflTcct nn Trnri reataurillitWell I notice that since the Dreyfus verduet came in 1 dont have any more orders or fried frog legsLhieago Tribune GIVES HER OLD NUMBER Young Uriae Confused In Making H jShein the intthetsaraearntonothaveblushinghaskedCertainly returned I grocerrmlllnlly thenameI falteredoutnndbattenedondhlulIllIthegrocerasdoorOne RetlOodlIuIIIIOInndthegrocerNot on your life Just a bride giving uuleottChicagoI God gives a man his tools but lie mmt acquire ins trade Hams Horn Itching BurningScaly Blotchy Humors Instantly Relieved and Speedily Cured by ftjtiduraflak were terrible At night they were worse and would keep mo awake a ITCHING LIMBS greater part of tho night I consulted doctor after doctor aa I urns travelling on the road most of my time also ono or our city doctors Noun of tho doctors know tyhgt tho j trouble WM I got n lot of the different sample + of tho medicines I had been using 1 found them of so many different kinds thnt I concluded I would j Imvo to go to a Cincinnati honpltnl before I would get relief I hail fro quently been urged to try CUTICU1IA REMEDIES but I hind no faith In j them My wife finally prevailed upon mo to try them Presto I What a ichange I nm now cured mulish It Is a pcnnnnont cure I feel lIko kicking 1 omo doctor or myself for suffering three years when I could hays used i CUT ICURA remedies II JENKINS MIddleboro Ivy A Speedy Cure Treatment i Jhtwithout hanl rubbing and apply CCT1CURA Ointment freely to allay irritation and inflammation and soothe and heal and lastly take DrvIIllESOIi 1Y7to cool and cleanse the Gloat Tills sweet and wholesome treatment affords Instant relief permits rest sleep In tho povcrwt fonts of eczema and outer Itchlug burning and ecnly x humorsof tho skin scalp and blood and points to aspccdy pcrmnncnt and economical cure when all other remedies anal oven the best pliyslclana fall SothroUllboat rt 41Cvn1 I I f y 4 K a 5f rt n l I I I I 4yi 1 1 tJiJ 0= c d= u f i- I t J t 1t r 1s 4i i 4i i 4r a 4i 4l 1 Ii 4f r t T A LITTLE NONSENSE roailnilnCca as Wilklna usually IB eccrtanl JIIIS very narrow letvs on nc or tWQsubjccts lIe oesnt Ill tngoreysIyoettin llptlonIt Is bettcr to laugh than to cryanhl the young anil Inno rent girl brightly Not If you nre try Ing to manage a husband said the woman Indianapolis Journnl dot a llnmlMeDown Grubbs uperldns scorns to be n self mnde ma- nStubbsWell If you ever saw him when his wife wan around you would think he was made to orderOhlo Btnte Journal The IJnnUcr Uless me this Is the seventh time this season youve gotten our to go to your grandmothers fu nernl The RoyYes sir Me that tiers been married seven timediun MB City Independent They were engaged Life she sold ns she arose from the piano stool will be one long sweet song after we are married That settles it then firm ly responded her lover UH he picked up his lint anti took his departure Ohio State Journal A Seamans Precaution lrR Sharpe That was a queer idea of Commodore Wise to have his sextant and his ehro noiacter brought to his deathbed Mr ShnrpllIl was evidently afraid tc cross the Styx by dead reckoning Jewelers Weekly Sauntering SlmJH It true dut nh Fcntmindcdness Is n sign of genius Tired Trornhvcll Yes No man kin ever be a genius till he gUs to ferglttin things Sauntering SitnI guest dats what ails me den kctehod my felt taUiii a drink of water yUtadny Chicago TimesHerald A Shrewd Doetorh said the man who is sometimes morose and vis ionary I1I only had the whips of Mil eagle amid time heart of n loulhAu other toiiih of dyspepsia murmured the family physician in tones of sin path MyI dear fellow whnt you ought to wish for is tli e stoninch of a goat Warhiiijirtiin Star cCARE FOR SOLDIERS WIVES CoiiecNHlmis riots UNII fJrnntiMl l y- ttti Sovormiuiit tiu Mirny Vlio- Aro A III littt The fmIgn service of the armyof the United tstRtofc hnoponod again the qtipatKm of caring finn women Aha nt wives rat soldiers have beets left be hind by the regiments that have gone to Manila anti an order Las been Iin emil by the war department permit ting families of stick regulars or cob antlers to buy fuel tend subsistence stores from the government nt cost price for family use This has keen found necessary although the admin istration of the new army has been particular to keep married open out of the service The administration of the army nti ogntees no woman in its employ save the hospital matron said an army urn cer the other tiny and yet though since 110 married met have been re fused by enlUtlng nllleers there arc still innrried men In the ranks today with families dependent upon them fur support This ido explained in several ways said the veteran army cleric In many cases the women left behind nn when of old enlisted men who were in the service wlnn nt forts and garrisons married women were allowed to Hvt In the employ of the government at InundrcHKtM Thevu women who stayed with their luitbands in the army have found employment in ofllccrs families Others tin wives of men who when en listing swore falsely they were tin married Then there are the irrespon sible young fellows who go into time nrvlce unmarried but get tied up In natrimnny soon utter they rare cnllt cd These iticcs are frequent AlI though use can refuse to enlist n nuts If he 1ip married there Is no power to stop n mum from marrying rafter he Is enlisted IIf he so desires I think the powers that be wish there were The oner granted by the war de partment the clerk continued Is merely n continuation of the order af fecting ollleers which allows them the fame privilege You see the com mlscary stores for the entire army rare really bought by one head and dis tributed to the different departments and posts An officer In the field for Instance if he chouse could buy his fuel anti subsistence stores nt Manila dutyInmeat loses money In transportation All of there stores you must understand iniiht he bought at time nearest army post No one but the government is selling groceries anti supplies nt cost merely enjoBuffalo Express ObjectThe urnl1 later- ebted In the scientiiie parent oneday1 p chloroform when you administer cor moral pimMnnent to hlml Xolrst of course the scientific parent C andhsaidI1 kUOWWhent K kwon1AtDetrmtTournaJ I GIRAFFES IV AFRICA A Few Specimen SInv fjrcn For1t1- In the Central Pnri of tbe Dark Continent From time to timeIt has boon rUe nrltbhCcntml thcrhutbeenfrequentlyyears by Kuropcans no authentic In formation on the point lens ever bent obtained says the Hrltlsh Central Af rican Oozette Recently however n theLoangwnEuropean prospector and Its skin oJ Incomplete sentin toCaptChlchcstcrln Mpezcnis country The hinder half of the rkln 114 being sent to the British intifccum nnd It Is hoped that a com pete specimen may now be obtained The existence of giraffes in Marimba IIs remarkable the area in which they nre found is extremely restricted anti their number appears to be very few The one shot however was In n herd of about S3 The nearest country north of Marimba in which giraffes are known to exist Is north of Marcrcs where time 1 KltoiiCotterill expedition met with them many years ago To the south Malabeleland Is the nearest giraffe country IMFTY CUNTS FOU NOTHTNU What will the Inventive brulnol man do next This is n question some one asks almost dally There in one though who lends all others who for a quarter of a century hits been making line Intuit dry starch and today is offering the public the fittest starch ever placed on the market Ask your grocer for n coupon book which will enable you to get the first two packages of this new starch BED CROSS jtruck mark brand also two children Shakespeare pictures paint ed In twelve beautiful colors natural as life or the Twentieth Century filch Cal endar till absolutelyt free All grocers are authorized to jjlvc ten largo pack ages of HIm CROSS STARCH with twenty of the Shakespeare pictures or ten hf the Twentieth Century raIl Cnl endars to the first tin purchasers of time KNOLHSS CHAINI STARCH HOOK This is onoot the gniiteat qflV H ever made to introduce RED GROSSV mum dry starch J CMlluhlugrrslatest Invention AVnritRil ills Record CnrrectPil You are chititrd with scorching said nolictrani Eoin 1 I urfhlle about this your honor I wat nilclaimldeycliatI20 tulles an hourOhiu State luurnsl It UnH n Kitrclicn Sound Mrs White Dors your daughter rpcal French fluently nowF airs Hrown Well she spenks MiinelhiiiR fluently mitt it lIOOtCIt Miundat nil like 1Eng- lish sip pothai it may hu lYeneh Souwr vine Journal Perhaps Jots wife was tryinc to mere h tr- cmmealog when she looted e cwnlChiU- 1U Dauy New We have heard of wveral hut never knew i muss who roitld enjoy a joke on hiinjclf Atehison Globe One who has a mind to think wilt soon have a thinkjtii mind lUmn llcn No man enn make anything until he Iit foniotliint Ham s Horu A big Idea may owrupr lint little space while n little idea unity take up a whoe column Chicago Daily News An Alchlfon young tRAil will shortly do- a very rUky thllltRh on a I10W wife anti n new job nt the MIIIO time Atchison Hob MauilMnjor iin it true thnt once during t tonrlifcruble lfixv did it hAppen Mitj Bluntly 1 killed ImuLondon TitHitI Not Inclusive 1 Fcathentonc Conic Hobby handing him n iiini1or how nanny fellown Irate called on your sisteri this lwukI I doc IIt include me does 11 Oh no Sis tel ays OUIIOIIttcountBrooklyn Luc tier Father Hofore I content to the be trothal of my daughter 1 desire to know what your resources are 1lie biiltor Oh as to thnt they are splendid I hero Imit u wealthy linn of my ncipinintnnce from whom I hnvrnt nuccrcdcd in borrow dug money Philadelphia North American e ToniTets tee 1 believe you owe me n tenner You remember when you borrowed it you paid yuii IUIIIl jtest yrittcn to your father for money lHllYc tint tens the reason why I borrowedI iit 1 knew he wouJdnt prod any I havent hear1 from hint yet When I do Ill let you know Hoston Trnnicript rabsleyTime amount of time you have nut in dodging that fellow you owe the live to worth more than the money Mudge l know it ilit but 1 have n mope tint someday I will owe an amount worth dodging for IndianniKiJui JournalI Under the New OrderlieleBve from beyond time suburbs Inlld whos that voting fellow inoapln around m time kitchen Pity 1 ieeeever mind him flout Ann lies the hired girt thicau Tribune a The Beat Man Wlas- POM fighting may not be a pleawint tab neyertheldnhe ship for any length of time How unlike lloatettersStomnaclt beennbeatenquieted the worst caws of constipation dys pepsia biliousness and liver trouble bee that a private Revenue Stamp covers the bottleII All IllKht bicycle make you feel younger asked the expert repliedtheme look younger i Howls that Why to rail through space as I oceaj slonally do certainly gives the appearance of youthful activity no matter how 1 may feel about itlluTio News XnnTcrrltnrlnl KxtmnslouI NowisthelitHJnlllHRilwl1i Illcltt tangtheone for less than you pay for rent 1 Address StChicagoThey Were tlittiUntc Totsie M4addcnSay we is disappoint tiebeautifuland was highly respected We dont want nothink about no old woman Wat we wants is ele mew wontnn nn if yoase CAnt Ihc lomethlnk Ill ltaSeeaabimtgtau The lli Prescription fur ClilIlN and Fover IN a bottlo of iraur TAiTrims ironundrlninhletra Crowded out interesting R8IllI JlJlIlClnlI hr Ohre tray Tnxatlvo llromo QuInluoTiiblcta All tlruggla18 lcfullellllouey If Iv falls to eure Sc IThl only 11hR71know thai love dies only with tie soilarc those who cant mitt rj eaahotherN Y Pros llcmombcr thnt Putnam Fadeless Dyes are time only dye in the world tlaR tliteIIl1n1I1t ell to gne satisfhetton if you use Putnam Fndelctt Dye nnd are dissnti fic i seinl lIHt empty cnvotopo to Monroe Drug Co Unfonville M6I sod they will for i lutnam11uAn egotist is n nwii who is unable to IIi s BUUp the interott he feels in hlnuelf Chi cab Dutjj Newti t i ajConslllllptinntlIl1iIt i Sfcplt St Covlngton 1Ivy Oct 1 18UI No woman is dlnible tolitehrry elub tuskslit speak or her pleaiurcn All little easel in her Iictrhion multI hulls Culiirrli Cure Is taken Internally Price 73c College graduates nnd thltlllolllrlclIInro- markl by degree Chicago Daily Seas d Bf ACTS GENTlY ON THE KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS GLEANSES THE SYSTEM FELSUALLQI W rJaJEAD1ffEOVERCOMES 7 liAS GONS11PATIONITUAL PERMANENTLYITS HFFEFrECTSIGIAL ev THe GtNUINL MANFD O- YcA1uNIAI Fk Swvit- pu1ttC its a liar HtWNvqk roa iuBT ut ewowTi Want sot its rernt cARTERsINK Take no otherIt tll the bet that can bu madn NontaurnervgrITSouountallutlrIraTfJIUIIQqrr roatr ft II ULISK LltJ1UI Arob 1IlJblla II i whoteILtesTct trite r i ment are never wwnan tj t t nd womens ills and the women who consult Mrs PinTcham And In her counsel practical asslstance Mrs Pinkhams address is Lynn MassMRS MABEL GOOD Cbrrectionviltc In tolls how Mrs Pinkham saved her life She says tI I cannot thank you enough for what your medicine has done for me I can recommend it as one of the best PRACTICAL HELP FOR- SUFFERING WOMEN medicines on earth for nil womens ills I suffered for two years with female weakness and atISlast became bedfast Three of our best doctors did me no J good so I concluded to try Lydia B Pinkhams Vegetable Compound After taking a few bottles of your medicine I was t ongh t able to do all my house I know that your r fromaJpcrbcpsvery thankful for what it a has donp forme I hope j that ovary suffering tp woman may be per suaded to try your mcdlclnorGet Mrs Pinkhams advice as soop as you begin to be puzzled Tho sick headaches and dragging sensation come from a curablo cause Write for help na soon as they appear t MRS DOLE STANLEY jCnmpbcllsburgr Ind i writesuDUAR MRS PINKIIAM I was troubled f with sick headache nnd1i wns so wenknndncrvous 1 1 could hardly go AJIrJend called upon urn oho i T evening and recommended Lydia 1Iv PinUhnms Vegetable Compound saying that site knew that It would cure mo I then sent for your medicine and after taking Five bottles of it I was entirely cured I cannot praise it enough tsiSSYS1H9iYt1tfI f3 ift16Y 6YYi 84i lWliliiiDfMUOYw Y rMAMMOTH J1501 2 15- 4rJ1f muP b 156158160 t i 162164166 HOUSEVNADI ON T 2 i FASHIONABLE AUTUMN = ii- I AND WINTER SKIRTI No I Oil This liimliomo ihlrl Is mmn of tine fjtinllty all wool storm terse In the new tnh iulilo haiot hItehty ttimnioil with Mark l III from WIIIJ III niicy dlo lfin as Illiulratcil Notwirhetatidiug the tnodtlst cot of this HI fs Marti of Iuhlolll none of the rsaenllai fiat time br A pools that go mo make tip n strictly skirt have been omitted Youll onloy tC1Ullholltwllhhhch wearing it boIU bill a nUa liiierllnlrini IIwiind wllli boil water cause it proof tntdo with patentPOOSOSOOf3 OpenIndividuall tat hnvlnny I cause tho craih of tho skirt neeu rOltrlJllhoaraternluco If conettnhartvaI Interestto enumerated iamethingynottoo expo among oursive01leIJlIIOcustomers cOle that IIs wonderfully tart moans to bo Icnable Colors Nro navy I SliestinI touch wltt1encth 39 to 44 Inches sires to per cent the oenterulnl Trice 5atOUR MAMMOTH CATALOGUE In which is listed at lowest wholesale prices everything to cat wear and use is furnished on receipt of only I0c to partly pay postage or expressage and as evidence of good faiththe lOc is allowed on first purchase amounting to 100 or above 1 n fUU NOFFE1TS TEETHINTeeihleg ll Ue- in dtwtlala- tF u r I work itratciaM lilndlnsi Kewtrottd Trrthln Powders to our IlltU grandchild wok the hlllllrat M salts ThfrfftrtintrMlMMtiMff It1 rt rtala 11thin from esything we ever ve4 Costs only 25 Cents Ask yourr Druggist for ItIrnSSfSiMSliftj1 C J MOFFETT M DSt Louis Mo Syrupba I MonthJmatyoutattreewewastassanorI9 A N KK 1780 tae WJUNOTD IUU crcu r Itlcnio state hut you sew the AdveilOr J scat IpI111s psYr I To euro or money rQfuncuH1ny your mare l1atit ao yny nq try ity Price 8O0T g- I I t- t I t4- S S Sr atin Y tfir 11 l rtt r Y8 Y L t 441I 1 r rn s i t4 I 7 y tea X rl r i S Fa t a r a 1r T 0n 40 C I 1 fF f hIf Mi jI oc t h yf 1 l j 1 f I c cCH r L f b 11 a F J I II I II 1 I 1ii 1I 1I I i I I t l1j I j t i to 01 t j 1 t j h III t I j IjI 11 f I I l 1R I NI r I A 1t s k 5- iS Paz J I rI wewfr 1 i d iiHERALD n J SPEKOKR COOPER Editor I HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY October G 1899 FOR aovEiiNon WILLIAM A GOBBLE of Konton County Yon LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR J 0 W BECKHAM roCNolson County VOR ATTORNEY GENERAL- R J BRECKINRIDGE of Boylo County Fen AUDITORGUS COULTER of Graves County ron TREASURERS HAGER- i of Boyd County ron SECRETARY OF STATE CALEB BRECKINRIDGE HILL of Clark County FOR COMMISSIONER OK AGRICULTURE I B NALL of Joflforaon County FOR BUPT OF runuo INSTRUCTION H V McOIIESNEYof County FOR RKPREBENATIVB OlBT 1I8T JOS P ROSEof County FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER COL A W HAMILTON of Montgomery County WM GOEREL Democratic enm1i data for govornor nddressod tho citizens of this plnco and vicinity Saturday night week on tho politi cal issue Ho dwelt nl longthon tho L fe N officials fqr tho part they aro taking in tho election About 400 Goobol Brown and Taylor mon constituted tho crowd Jp tho Republicano dosiro to fight tho noxt campaign on tho quoatiim of whothor or not tho Declaration of Independence is out of onto tho Democrats need not roar to moot thorn on tint ground DOES anybody now doubt that tho plotlgo in tho McKinley plat form to do its best to floouro in tornntional bimotalism was moro ly intended to fool tho voters And other policies have boon liko 4 itfito it- TiiE patriotic proposition to ro h turn capturnod battlo standards to the Southern veterans is opposed by a number of mon in the North who still favor the Bloody Shirt as a national flag v IN the acapegoatclass Mr Algor iii f Winner f5- rr o J I Y IUMBT OF MiWS Senator Henna seems disposed to regard that antiboss plank in the Ohio Democratic platform as- a distinctly personal allusion to Ids private affairs 0- Speaking o o as a Now York lawyer Tout Reed can now care oven loss vhothor his remarks are distaste rulor embarrassing to President McKinloys administration o 00- Tho Maryland people aro some what divided on politics religion and other matters but whoa it comes to tho rough treatment of Admiral Schloy they mnnngo to got together 0 00 During tho HockingVal Icy strike Governor McKinley sont tho mili tary by car loads to help brnak down the union while John R McLean sent flour and grocorios to relieve tho destitnto o o e Senator Mark Hanna says there is no dangor of McLeans election in Ohio but tho frantic calls for help that aro being sent out by Chairman Dick to Republican of ficials hardly seem to fit in with that view Tho administration is badly scared anyway o oa- Tim Republicans have tho power to pass whatever legislation they want against tho trusts at tho coming session of Congress They hnvo control of both houses and tho Presidency and if they moan to act at all can just as woll act now as in n yours time But it is not likoly that they will do any thingoo o Tho whole drift of tho treaty be twoon Russia and England on the Alaskan boundary quostion was to grant to Russia complete con trol of tho coast abovo Portland Inlet That control passed to the United States in 1807 and was not quostionod for nearly 20 years thereafter It should not bo ro linquished now unless Homo ado quato return is offorod o o o- Commandor Shaws plnn to issue patriot bonds in ordor that the nation may carry tho burden to be legislationnot likely to moot with many en dorsors outside of that organiza lion It is moro than likely to have a contrary offoot o o o- ProsidontMcKinloysaction with regard to laying a scab corner stone at Chicago is being watched with much interest His course in tho matter will show whether his recent admission as an honorary mombor of tho Stone Masons Union was for publication only 01 an evidence of goad faith towards labor o o o Now that Republican Senators and Congressmen aro beginning tc pnrtyIsuccossOtis is kept in Manila ho iif likoly to bo recalled Tho exigen cies of party politics unity thus ac complish this desirable result which was unobtainable as long as tho useless waste of soldiers lives and health o n o Assistant Secretary of Agricul turo Brigham was elected as presi dent of the Ohio Republican Asso elation Washington and a com mittoo of ono officeholder in each of tho government departments was appointed to urgo upon clerks tho necessity of going homo to Ohio to vote this fall What will happen to tho department clerks who disregard this strong hint is not stated but may oasil bo gugssedFJ r i 13111114 25 TMTI I Buffered for 25 years with a cough tend spout hundreds of dol mars with doctors and for modicino to no avail until I used Dr Bolls Pine Tar Honey This remedy makes weak lungs strong Jt has saved my lifoJ B ROEEELL Grantsburg Ill The horse trot on October 3d and 4th nt Lexington is expected to bo ono of tho boat the associa tion over hold Tiro 10000 Tran sylvania stake will bo contested for by soul of tho best horses in tho country 6FG 4 1 IiHo LEXINGTON KY HEADQUARTERS FORr Carpets FurnitureWood DraperiesWall China and- Glassware Correct prices- C F BROWER C- OLexington Ky HAZEL GREEN- ACADEMY I The fourteenth annual ses sion of Hazel Green Academy will begin on MONDAY Sept thoroughdiscipline PrincipalHazel K I I l NI TIJilIMI I I IiI I lUll till N wall II I I I iI MRS S B EASE L-T I I Fashionable Millineri JlHAZEL GREEN KY I II I L1I I I I I I I II BODE HARDWARE COItIPA- NYwIIOLESALE IlR WAKE o=d QUrtIel r CINCINNATI O Ilofcrcncc J Taylor Day Hnzcl Green ROSE OAVTS THE BIaGRSlItitnS AND WogoraKeisY 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 considerate enough to call and settle at once as we need money to run our business and must have what is due us ts payour own debts 01 LAS B KA3H M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON KY1OMr at ttours Obstetrici a specialty IV t rY Grout CLOTHING Sol r AtGLouis Gus StrnhIsj LEXINGTON KY I Beautiful Cassimere Suits at 500J Beautiful Blue Suits G A R style at 5003 Genuine Imported Blue Serge Suits at 1000eti Best 25c Underwear in theWorldJ DepartmentlisIn nlr workmanship c we defy the world Our stock of Boys and Childrens Clothing is complete representing the products of all the leading manufacturers of the United States We do not deal in Shoddy Goods Auction Sale Goods or Fire Sale Goods t- Our reputation for the past thirty years id- a sufficient guarantee LOUIS 5 GUS STRAUS Lexingtons Leading Clothiers If you want to study MUSIC Voico Culture Piano Guitar or keopingShorthand MATHEMATICS If you want to take a Collegiate Course If you want a COUNTY or STATE CERTIFICATE If you want ANY OR ALL of tho above enter theme KENTUCKY WESLEYAN ACADEMY Fall term begins Monday Sept 25 1899 At OUR WORK I Our methods are moro searching and our moral and Intellectual II KentuckyThe f wiiLj jwoi will boor tho samo high character For catalogue or further information n l lross E E BISHOP Principal Campton Ky LAMPS a CCCM 5IJ JOHN M ROSE DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDIS- EThis week invites your attention to broughttoparlordiningwill bo sold at rway down prices OPIn tho grocery lino you will find tho best iits the market i I i y r i r k f f t l- 4 u CSi i t t i r l t 1 s 555 c b J 1L j Tt rj i- C i it I 1 10 4 A J- jr L 5 o f r OODS ILLS jloasoA th to Q PJ liver and cure biliousness slclc R headache Jaundice nausea Indlgcs tlou otc They arc invaluable to prevent a cold or break up a fover Mild gentle certain they nro worthy your coiilkktice Purely vegetable they can bo taken by tiiitdrai or delicate women Price Yut u utedlclno dealera or by mall otC I HOOD do Co Lowell Muss 1fB I E ALB AJ FARM JOURNAL Creat From now to Dec 1003 Offer Nearly 5 Yonrs By special arrangomont made with tho publishers of tho FAUM JOURNAL wo aro onablod to otTer that paper to every subscriber who pays for THE HERALD ono year ahead for only 100 both papers for tho prico of ours only our pa per one year and the FARM JouR- NAL from now until December 1903 nearly 5 years The FAUM JOURNAL is an old established pa por enjoying great popularity one of tho bole and most useful farm papers published This offnr should bo accepted without delay Mrs NannioCravons was at homo last week sick Hazel Green hood street lamps on the corners Mrs Auburry Swango of Swango Springs is quito ill Miss Carrie Swango was tho guest of Mrs Ellen Kash Tho farmers say tho corn crop is rather light in this section Miss Ida Cecil who has boon sick for a short time is conva blescent L N Ware formerly of this place was in our midst one night last week Tho officers of the town should put n stop to the shooting inside tho borough limits DrT A Taulboo reports the birth of a boy to Morton Stamper and wife last wok Kolloy Gflliany who has boon sick for somo tino with consump tion is no bettor Mrs Nannie Crayons who has boon sick for tho last wook or BO is convalescent Alonzo Davis of Ezol who has boon sick for tho pnst few days is reported some better Moro than 3800 was the amount of offerings made at tho Christian church on last Sunday Mrs Calvin SUtnpor and Mrs Doc Stamper wore shopping in Hazol Groon on Saturday last po Ellis Ilaskloroad with Kentucky Jeans Clothing Co of Louisville was calling on our merchants Mon day morning Dr Tnulbco snys thorn is a great doal of sickness throughout tho county principally cholora mor bus diarrhoea etc Businoss is picking up or at least it looks that way for Sam Vilson tho painter told us that ho has fivo houses to beautify with paint this fall Mrs S B Kash the milliner is receiving her fall hats and they public They are cheap- Auctioneer andIiuspectj John Pioratt is at the late residence of Xatlmn Day in Broathitt county soiling off tho stock farming implements household furnituro otc Tho sale has boon going on all wook The regular sorvicJ at tho Christian church for Sutuluy nro Sunday School nt 030 njLm Preach mug and Tho Lords upper at 11 t m1 Junior Y PjfLj CEat 8 P m Preaching at ftlS pln r gthooxebungodwhale speaking Fair exchange is no nppoarshighwnjthntdOllOprose cuted to tho fullest extent of tho law Robort Dickens hall tho pleasure WoslIJibertyhazel Greens most captivating and exquisite young ladies Our Poet commemorates in vorao How sweet tho meeting when heart meets heart Aud love meets love again When distance can not form a part To break the golden chain While driving homo each cherished vow Were bright as stars above And heart aud heart were overflowed With fountains filled with love When it is dry and dusty wo wudo through tho dust when it is wot wo paddle through tho mud Wo are compelled too on account of no side walks A hint to our town fathers ought to bo sum mont Lung Irritation consumptionDr it and giyo such strength to tho lungs that a cough or a cold will gooddruggists Dr Silas B Kask was called to Daysboro on Sunday to see a sick boy with tho longest name on re cord Tho Dr asked tho mother tho name of tho boy Hero it is Burloy Fortico IvorsouJusticoMor- ley Inglo Adams Some thinks therein nothing in a name But 0 tis a mistake Head historys pages and youll find This nave just takes the cake Mrs Ellen Pieratt formerly of this place writes from Kansas to Mrs Francis Whaloy that silo has not soon a nun since she loft Hazel Groon Quito a send off for our beautiful little town Married on tho 4th inst at this placo Curt Lacoy to Miss Annie Patrick Rev Henry Adams offi ciating Wo hope their pathway through lifes journey may always bo sunshine Alfred Dyoof May town was horo last week laying the foundation of a now house for Henry Pioratt on tho lot adjoining his homo Miss lama Swango returned from Frank Cecils where she hns hmm for tho last throe weeks She snyc silo gained 15 pounds lie sure null read our groat oiler of Tin IIritvU for a year and tho harm Journal for tho halanco of I99 and all of IIOO HOlI 1902 and 19015 nearly five years Ill for our paper alone Just walk up to the captainH office and draw the greatest prize you ever drew When Goobol was horo on Snt urday night quito a lot of bug juice flowed freely and a fow citizens could not walk a chalk lino Miss Mary and Nannie G roar of Montgomery and Miss Susie Groar of Grassy crook jyjro tho pleasant guests of Miss Sarah Vest of Murphy fork last weok Miss Nollio Gardner colored who has boon sick for several days is no bettor at present Tho Eagle King of All Birds is noted for its keen sight clear and distinct vision So are those persons who uao Sutherlands Englo Eye Salvo for weak eyes styos sore oyos of any kind or granulated lids Sold by all dealers at L5j A Preachers Institute will be hold in Hazel Green beginning on Wednesday oven imig before Thanks giving and continuing over Sunday The Farm Juurnat is creaut not skim milk and just tho paper for the man who keeps cows Wo give It for the balance of 1899 and nil of 1900 1901 1902 and 1903 for nearly fivo yens by paying a year In advance for IUK IIEUALO This you can do if you are not too late ER VES must bo fed on pure rich N blood Hoods Sarsnpnrilla Is tho best nerve tonic By cnrlchiiij the blood it makes the nerves STRONG J S Walters mot with a painful accident ono day last week while ho was getting into the wagon his foot slipped throwingjiim on tho bed of tho wagon on his stomach f lJi WK PARTKD We parted ked wftfc quebiugteara We took one lingering lease- Back to the joys of bygone years Which Wade life summer days To bid them all a long farewell No more of them to dream And each of us to steer our bark Into a different stream Did she love theask tho lilllcs If within her dear pure heart Shone tho light ofhcnvoas altar Did devotion form a pnrt 01 knew it 5 0 IleHUl It was a passion sweet Tivas lifes most beautiful poem And yet no more wo meet DIll I love herr 0 what words Can oer mv love portray Twos heavens pleasures hero below December turned to May Pride fume ambition filled uiy soul When I but spoko her name Now all is oer for her and I Must never meet again SAM WILSON youngIndiesbuilding Saturday night for the benefit of tho school entitled Woman Triumphant or The Congress of 1950 The play was rend crud very woll considering that nIlof thong or nearly nil woro never on tho etago before Time surrender chorus and tableau wins vory woll executed Tho troupe contemplates making a tour to Campton West Liberty and other towns and produce tho play Time Jubilee Convention of tho Christian churches will bo hold in Cincinnati beginning on tho 12th and closing on tho 20th All railroads in tho state have promised ono faro for tho round trip Board and lodging can be obtained in upTon od to bo in attendance Henry Pieratt is building n nice cottago on tho lot adjoining his residence and when completed will bo n beauty and an ornament to our town Ifa few other citi zens would follow the example of Mr Pioratt would in courso of time have one of the finest towns in tho mountains What makes a placo is enterprise By Its Record of remarkable cures Hoods Saraiparlllu has become the ono true blood purifier prominently in the public eye Get only Hoods Hoods Pills are the best amlly cathartic mid liver medicine 25c Married on tho 4th inst at tho residence of tho groom John Hig gins to Mrs Julia Mayborry by Rev Henry Adams May they live long and prosper CONNAUGHT2D3512 This celebrated English Hackney stnlllon imported to the United States on Juno 3 1NM will make the season of 18ll lit the stables of John H Pieratt nt Hazel Orcen Ky nt the extremely low price blood and beauty considered of- sa TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Or S5 To Insuro A Maro In Foal money due when tho fact IK ascertained in either cave A leiu on the colt will ho re tained fur the season money nail in event the mare is traded off or bred to another horse the money will then be duo Every care will taken to prevent accidents but 1 will not be responsible should they occurDESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE COKXAUOHT 2X1 3512 Is n beautiful bay full 10 bands high black mule Dud toil Rood style and notion and n line road slur 0 years old this cmrinir He was sired by Victor of Ucetly 1M7 dam Bonnie 1025 by Highflyer 1000 Victor of Hcctlcy 1687 by Reliance 007 grand dam by Congress MMli Reliance 007 by Contidence 168 dam by lib flcmnn 07- 0NOTE1I is complete pcdlpreo covers many tosses of the thoroufhltrctlull11coach horse but in Breeders are Invited to call and see him Dud examine his pedigree nt my stables Itespcctfully J II IlEHAW Hair StoreWe have in stock n full lino of Hair SwItches from 100 to 1000 each Wigs Curln and PuflB Pompadour and Empire Combs all styles of Hair Pins Corsets and Waists fitted to the form Stamped Linens at reduced prices Silk at threo 3 cents per skein COLOIUNE for chuntine the hair to any shade suOrders by mall wilt receive prompt attention MRS M A KETCUPM Upper and Church Sti Lexngton ky C rL 1 11 P- 1 IJJfl TwoforoneBywb offtfr i r lW 12 i t I I1 lS 19 Wlas In combination with TacBoth BIBAL1a I for 100 a Year Aftpfltti Being the prico of our paper alone That ism for nil r now or old subscribers renowiug and paying in ndvnnqo t wesond Jiill mm m j ONE YEAR FREE x d0Y 11 HOME AND FARM has for many yonra boon tho loading agricultural journal of tho south and hO southwest made by farm ers for farmers Its Iloniey Department conducted by Aunt JtaloitB Childrens Department amid its Dairy Department are brighter and bottar than over o K Renew now and got this groat 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RESTORER MANHOODAkllyt1111 PILLS KBITS L vp W7Hi1JIDD 7PaTwE71 jlhrentrmol tor IIIIOa ltruUolI 01111 All TouadIseurptlOf IupouerattvourputusoteilberuranenahoryousIftetttttul1a11sii luntnlworrtr oreuIvu1aorlubnnFuunnunlqnutl Con I1mllIon Rill inmnltr Whit 1 trrrsannlnncITmpiTttttengear- an9tacorn nrrutuud tlio i 11 otslpthox IIooxO torsa10 Llt111JJM4I11sII17CA VU vetalUttr n J C F II J I = J tip WollyoB if you want tho best COFFEK t TEA SUGAR ole my place is tho plnco to purchneo Down weight nnd the guarantee thnt nil goods nro na rcprosontod are two of itlliBf principal plunks in my pliitform of principlesi s I also curry tho most complete Hnoj6f the j 1017 latest style dross goods notions toi1GCoftUtlee- ate otc to bo found in Hnzol Groon to which I inyjto Clip ttonlioii of tho Indies ItomemborWoight nUll Worth uro gurnMKl or You mouoy back lor tho nuking JdHK ft IICSE r 144 GREENE EMBRY 00t4 Live Stock Commission MercauUi r CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS i t Lola Diltuot TtlffkiM 7356 iFALL BALEI Ojt J9iVni t tJ1J1iI vi- t r q o1L La Iat x t o r fP 1 r 7 T t noJ r 7- f 7 Jtifw M W f V t it f 4- r t- RL1 a 71 Ii t 1t 1 5 f 46 tt tL ttYT r Y h k t 1dl I j q f I I 1J 1L AJ witI t T I 1+ I rr G 4- t 1- s At tt t l 1 f i d l I k I R jI i I t if i t Itt I iiIt t of- II t I1I t ii- IN i- c i- r itc ti t ti t rr- tVr s yYMN h1 THE HERALD t fPXMCKK COOPKR FublUktrr i1 MAXKL GREEN t J t t I i KY T THE MODEL PRIMARY TEACH Eli 4 Mir cheery smile reflects a heart as genial as the sun And unUttheKh wins their loyalty through lovo until they firmly stand Vet her and for hor efforts a dovotou trusty band lletolved to conquer knowlcdsc guided by the golden rule All rallying round thus teacher who has magnellEod her school Not perfect Is this maiden who would rule tho juveniles But she must know Intuitively urchin ways and wiles Must frown effectively at times to supple mont her smite And puncture like a bubble childish ugll guileThrough bo real angola that her duty to her brings Theyre In tho chrysalis as yet and have not sprouted wing They change from good to variable or vlo lent In a trice Though hearts bo warm and level manners are not always nice Their faces wrinkle rondlly to pucker pout or sneer And Instantly when chided pump they up tho facile tear Her eyes must bo like gimlets gauged to puncture false pretense And back of them a brain well stocked with kindly common sense In serious emergencies when some arc darkly bad Hho may bo called to shliujlo an erratic lass or lad Though this of course Is drastic and tho very last extreme For little angels who aro not so hoavunly as they Mmmi Homotlmos a little anarchist his parents do not ruin Must have The Hagues March played on him when sulking like u mule Hut mostly rules silo nil her realm by nolilost laws of love Thus placing kindliness and calm all other things above She reaches minds through little hearts whose portals open wideITo one who wins them to her wny a wish magnolia guide The primary Instructor 1lays tho corner stones and sills Molds men tram slippery urchins with mot stubborn souls and wills And from her fount of knowledge avtry lit tie pitcher tills TI K1XJAU JONMtS v 4 Matter of Memory tT HY U K MUNKITTRICK T TT rTTTTT Y Y1T1tY i- SDI had been on a ahonnlni tour morningI and tlievoforo Beumcil very hnppy when trim Joltuul her luiHlmiul on the honte bound wn Injr train After they were cuiuforlnhlv vivnoityI r1IInrhlocII Now what do you I think 1 got tho parcel here but when we not home Ill show thom to you and youll JUKI open your eclIIThu huHhnml mulled u the jjIrilMi entluisluHin when she H widen ly inlud Did you order the quail to bo nun tout truth the market Great Scott he replied In u start of hystcrlcul con funion I forgot nil about 1tI Slit almost glared at hint In her mid ilea chagrin and dlappolntmunt Now Im in a nice flxt Mr and Mrs llcglnnhl JoncullrownSmlth arc coin lug out to luncheon tomorrow and what nut 1 going to do I 111 ihwld think he n ponded with a philosophic smile that when these people hitch their vnrloim IIIIIIIVH toy Hither In that way linked Haulage would bo the moat correct and consist cnt edible to place before theta Linked tmu sage indecdi she said vltli cmphaitln pcrhnpa you think you can get nround your forgetfulness 1with n joke but I can tell you Itn no joke 1 urn always tho violin of your everything como out with your illnuy excuse M forgot It Id like to know where wed bo if I were to forget nil tho time Wed be a great deal worm otr my dear becauto you never forget and to thnt fact I attribute all the prosperity that wo now enjoy If you had forgot ten for Instance to follow up the ad vertisement that offered three palm ot one dollar mind a quarter gloves for two dollars I should have to give you one dollar and seventyfive cents You lure caved me that amount one dollar hall- sc1nntyfive centson your glove deal I and 1 think 1 cnn now afford to buy tnysclf n pound of tobacco costing that amount You see you didnt forget my wants Ir your beautiful economy Imsaid to yourself Thut dear good fernotlilng husband of mine I running ehort on tobacco and Ill just save him inaxigU money on this glove purchntu to ltiy lit a stock 1 wish you hud pur ihosed About 30 palm Why dunrV uho asked with n halt MtUflcd Inquiring gaze Why because then you would him MtVe d lilt wcutyono dollars tend u half i and i would Jin n position to lay Ju u ftticknfeicdtxl topcoat vVou probably forget yUli your i2 JJHMtttl gteiWua for fotgettitttlxt I fit tthh1e news hat tkl sensoti- IdtttM this oua thtialg 1llnKverlor vJ t II tIQ t get fI live to 111 a Jiundrcd ho wlfl trying to turn the nuujcct from the hill Such a Statement from you Itll nt r least encouraging and I am burning with curiosity to know what It Is that youll never forget Why he replied Inntallzlngly I ehnll never forget that expression ofl exaltation timid relief thrtt lit your beautiful girlface und eeemcd to nay Saved sawed nt lust I I that day at Mount torgetltulnuSir joti lorget yourself Well Ill never forget myecl ngnln in the saute wny if 1 can help It On that occasion 1 couldnt help it owing to the Irresistible girl mind the subtle Influence of love as inspired by her Say Laura just tic a string around my furgetIMe a teen smile No he replied the quail for lunch con I will tie the string on when we go home ahisnld with a frown It will be the string tied around the gloves limit then the luncheon will be tomor row mind 1 suppose Ill have to go out and purchase a few pounds of hiirpx Harps harps why what do you mean by harps ho Inquired Suburban chops thnt ore all strings N0v IUAHK snow MIS YOUU- CUOVKS Mil replied Mflly Awl I think It U just too iiirim fin nnytUing tht you went n nd forgot those hlnla I Miippone I shall lisle to gte theta thoat tough badly trimmed rnggedyroll mltithe almiMt aoliluHl Von will IKI till Mft thoughre piled her Inmbiiijcl lhIIIlro long an you have rush lovely wnrt to nvrva the chOIoll Purse lnumUrowlI Staple Sri ultrnS Ills until na Hiieh will never iiiahlrr tho food MO long an tho wiuv Is rich anti artistic XOT the nhopfl will cost ally eents white the quull would cost thret dollnrx Yen Ihe replied with a worli mi s- lutaRlunamidI I llun 1 Then buy the chops in the saute spirit thnt you bought tthe gloves you will thereby save txvo dolliirH surd a halfI with which I eiin buy n longnerd ed briar pipe In which to Anudte the toy biiecn I nm to purchase with tin gold yon saved on till glow deal 1efore tike could HPIK home the Pnrthlan arrow she was fitting to the string The eonduetor thrust his head roughly through the minor and shouted Movqultohurst I Then they stepped ofT 11111 went home After they were comfortably seated In the library awaiting the announcement of dinner he Mild And now please show me your gloves my dint and then tit tlu string around my linger if you want me to remember anything tomorrow Uoodncss she exclaimed putting her foot down Hpunklly I have gone and forgotten my parcel Its on the trainThere he said loosing her the bun tilt gracefully and kissing tier In item tears you forgot that I ntuek It In my overcoat pocket when the train started There IR only one woman that never for got her gloves anti you are lovelier than she my dear Anti who was she pray r Why till Venus de tplolleallee Mngalne Theo You Do Know Mrs Younghusbaml You never really know a man until you are married to him tire Muehwcd You dont then you never really know a man until you are dlvowed from him mind your friendu come round and tell you lots of things you never even suspected Leslie Weekly UI Dearest Krlrml Shes as homely as n mud fence lint I cant see thnt she looks 4ckly Yet herrort1 didnt say nlied never live to set It IttoChlcagoldbmH Olivtnclrn to Travel nwuySickNo she cant And tan shoos to match her muotv leather satchel Detroit Free Press Urntler lityrr umcrrtt There arc now published in Parts titanilast itiat ti J r MKIHLEY VERSUS SCOFIELD AVUcbimlna Itrpnhllcnn Governor In Not la Accord with Im tirrinlliini Gov Scoiluld of Wisconsin is not an Imperialist He is not in accord with the ruent declaration of President Me Kinley In his undress nt the Wisconsin state fair Jov Scoflcld said If tlti papers have quoted the president cor rectly us saying that the Philippine Is Maids belong to this country by right of purchase und by this is meant that when the insurrection Iis suppressed these Islands slain become a part of the United States territory unit if the pol icy of the war while It Is in progress Iis to bt shaped to that end 1 believe a very terloiiK mistake may he made 1 do not Ihlnk that this country should attempt to attach to itself territory thousands of miles away and an alien rate that it would take centuries to amalgamate with ours Proceeding the Wisconsin governor added We are under sacred obliga t hUlK to those peoplegrowlngoiit of the progress of events up to this time but I cannot believe tljnt these involve the attempted assimilation of a people and territory with whom we have nothing in common This is exactly the position of leading democrats and of a vast number of thoughtful men Ittherepubllcnnparty- hielunhigltuatnr Hour and exSpeaker Heed We have had enough trouble with a colored nice The trouble IK not yet ended It would be idiotic to bor row more trouble lov Scoficld IK a radical republican and IIIIK alunys appeared on tlu front lines in party campaign lint in sepal rating himself from the policy of Pres Idol McKlnleyg administration no doubt ht represents the opinionsi of initnv republicans though they are n limited minority in the state of which III IIK chief executive Yi rom in isI largelyI settled by n Ger man population tor many years past the ierniun voters have given their sup purt to the republicans on IliinueinlI iii Ntluii They opposed the tulip den ocriitlc adoption of u greenback plat turn SOuilii years sgu and Ithey are hostile to thf Kllvir pint form of sixteen to true They art now arrayed niuht ImpvriulUm and tho 111If establish lag nn AmoHoan imperial unholy In the tropint on the other able of the globe In this respect they will timid thcroBelvr hii publlcnn partyof that state which will inapt n platform supporting MeKin leyn pulley This lhi the democratic opK rtunlty In YlncoiiMln When the Cionunn support ed the demooiiitle party on the school HirMlon in 1H90 Ororge W Peck till deitunrntlceartdhlitte for governor was lreted by 215320 majority Hy ttill aid of the Ivrnuiu vote OIOVPC Cleveland hail 544 majority in till stun in ISOS On n jdntform that will meet Jerwui opinion on flnanclnl snibjcetaandou im perl ll mdoiibtU M t he democrat could carry WUeoimhi In 11WO CliicMfro Chronicle ANTI iMPERIALIST DEWEY the Admiral Iliilil Vleivx VI leli Art ill Vitflnnoe wllli tin Jle- Ulnlcy foils The New York Tribune Bays that the autllmpcrialtsta are nut likely to askI for it plwco In thcDewiy proei iou hit tiny get upore of their own carrylnga wax figure of Aguinnldo III front with Atktubon bringing up the rear and dis tributlng pnmphltrts- We should like to know why theiinti imperialists might not itch for a place in the Dtwey pruccxolon Theiittitude of Dewey in reference to the Philippines iis nil thtit the nut i iaperhliists could tit it in In He with the IdciiK of our Itwo living cxprtfcidcittK llnrilnon ami Ilevchiud and In Hue with our Ire t htatonuinship it Iis in harmony with the dolrcs of millions of our cltieeiis who want to preserve this republic a mr forefathers established Quill hand it down to future generations with its ivcard insnllUd by a Will ofcaixpiest Dewey emphatically opposes imperi alism when he MIVK Kather thnn penpltIImrbur Again IIre Mild In an Inter wittwwhtii lint not been denied 1 have nvr born In favor of violence t atlilttlln in the itreror Tlilwrtlmonun NAil of ihinps ehoutass 1 uurt IlUr toutt luuonomy fin t corctJid und thin sntta anyopinionat once put n stop to According to me the concession of stlfgovcrnment ought to In the most JtiHt and the most logical solu tion Is there anything in these remarks that dues not appeal to tin hearts of the nntilmperlallMs Isnt that time tint vine that the antiimperialists huu been preaching right along Why Uiould not the antiimperialists march In the Dewey procession If they choose The uutllirrlalisu are time oilyoilrs rentingliut what shall we think of Ituosevrlt and other bluntly bllIdles ollicinls havebeeni us theyprQIjosetothe altos dlstingulshi1 auttlmnerialUt of utl = UtlcuOlli r tr r FRIGHTENED MHANNAITES McICIiileyH Secretary of Stole Mattes n Grand Stniul Ilay for the AilmlnUtrntlun The condition of the tcampaign in Onic Is such that the McIlnnmtltvK are bad ly frightened The GermanAmericans of that state arc not in lov with im perialism and still less with tbe cvl deuces that there is no understanding between the McIIannu authorities und time Knglish government So badly It Mr McKinley seared that he hall hir secretary of state Mr John Hay write a letter to the chairman of the Ohio re publican committee hcmiotllelally de nying the existence of an AngloAmeri can alliance Mr limy assures this re publican chairman that they have noth lug to do with Kngland and are friendly to Ciermiiny This statement must he taken with several large grains ot salt There unity be no open treatyt or alliance as yet between England timid the United States but the Mclliinnaites and the Kiiglishl jingoes arc closely connected in spirit nod principles MoKlnleyK administration has been a there copy of Knghiiuis pulley It wets for the benelil of Kuglaiul and to get American assistance in the eastern question that the Philippine outrage was begun An open door policy would enrich Kugllsh commerce Our policy toward tho Phil ippines was identically the sumac as that of Knglami against the Hocrs It wits conquest and rubbery of weak people that animated alike the 1 English auld Mc Kinley traitors to liberty limit all was done witli American blood and money At Samoa the Kugllsli caused the trouble because they wanted the iin lands which icrmans haul been cultI I vating since IHiI The American tool Chambers openly advocated tilt an nexation of the islands to England Another KiigliNh tool Admiral Kiiutz bombarded the iermans tied native set t IllIlllI hi for eight days timid till Me Kinley administration most lustily preached war against tSurmany The course of the Mcllniinn administration in the Samoa trouble was a most con temptible one It did everythingi that England1 wanted in that dirty and cruel alliiir American sailors and two prominent officers were butchered un= der Ithe treachery suit cowardly cum mam of Itritish otlieers who rnu away and forsook the American after put ting them in trouble in n most stupid and Inefficient manner The UngltBli false dlspnlehes festered mind utiion trudieted by the ndminlat ration raised ft great storm of indignation against Clernmny anti nermniiAimrlcan were plnued ill u false timid uii lcns4nt posi tion It In too Into tom Mr liny to coun tenant the clYeets of the record by de nying in n letter to a political buss in Mr McKinleys own state that the Mcilnnna administration hns sum rreu doyen American principle null adopted uii entire Hrillsh pulcyliHuuis State flegUler TRUSTS WILL BE FOUGHT IUMIIIIVIII Mail 1lly AllKiHil A IIIIIC lint UIllnrlt tiC ChI Icnplc Ono thing iis settled There Is to be a campaign against thu trusts Indeed if Mark Ilannu ili to be cred ited thieve will bo two campaign against the trusts WithI opt hlll UI exuding from every pore nnd Mark llannas uorporoKlty gives ample verge lot this sort of tMng the repiiltllcnn puss returns from Kit rope and alleges that democrat will derive no advantage from making tin trusts a Apolitical issue for the n pub licans will take an advanced gadtugI grcislve PIII It lUll in favor of the regula thou of thine combines Truly the trusts arc placed in an em liarrusslng position With the democrats solidly aligned against them and the republicans ac tIlling to llaniui to dike an aggres rive pin itnn wliat will time poor trusts do Hut of course the managers of the trusts mire nut alarmed at llinnias die tum They know that he is talking for huncnmhMeKlnley owes Ills election to the tniKts The trusts owe then prosperity argdy to McKlnleys protective tartly The two are inseparable friends nIlhI1In cnrtruJgrs ptnrtirtmlexptrienecthe from the republicans Hut the democrats mean busimst peoplenutipalgiiagalnst the trusts Chicago Dem ocrat Some republican organs think they arc having tint in rccommrndlng Agulnaldo for second plate on the dem ocratic ticket They might consistently support the sultan of Sulu its their own IIInlllllgwith slayerConcurd The Suhl sultan is avid to desig anti PrvsUlcnt MeKiuley lns jjrn iIhlannexed majestythetax payer hits to raise the wiudc Albany Argus a 1i1 M 1 i Your humAn tenement should be given 11 t I jhouset i thoroughly renovating your whole sysi 1 tern through blood made pure by taking i I Hoods Sarsaparilla Then every organ I i i cull act promptly and regularly I sPcfWUUIf eJaMaJmilllt I i11NINIMININIMINININININININININMINMINIMNINIMINA Jllim Irnctnrn Youthful Critics nnd1cclurersetDement frequentJ cnerallyher attention exceptionsOn upontimeguess he said it was pretty hood but she 1Imatsbettera youngster criticUed her as follows Uinil very well to talk of weighing and meas miring stars There arc pome of course who believe that sort of thing out if suchfairSPhiladelphia Post Home Seekers KxtMirNloni via lUg Kiuie Uoulc To the North West Northwest Southwest South and Southeast Selling dates August 15th September 5th niul llnli anti on October 3d and 17th 1S9S at out fare plus l00 to authorized putts in the fol lowing states Alabauiii Arizona Arkan nas ilritisli Colutnliia Colorado Florida Gcclia iota Italian Territory Idaho IichiganlManitoba Now Mtxico Nebraska Nortlx Caixilma North Dakota Oregon Olla lionin outli Carolina South IDakota Texas 1Vyunuug11ashingtonl ptrHealersstop uwcr privileges etc wall on Agi tilt ling Four Homo or address tin under signed W P Dippc A 0 P it T Agt Warren I l Lynch tieu lds S Tlt Att Cincinnati O IK Ynnr Keel Halts mill hunt Shake into your shoes Allens FootKiin n towder tsar time feet It makes tight or New Shoes feel IEasy Cures Corns lam ions Swollen Smarting Hot Callou Sire nail SwcHUnu fast All Drugii in tend SK elldress1 rrrnrlilitKT niul lrnelleeti TIll luau who invented a xrffcl mctluxl for the vulture of the memory taught his hat nuikind The woman who wrote a lunik Iflf prove that hllibltIlJChliliani nUlDill you ewer know an amateur fish erman to tell the truth liUOhClI matt one tell another that he was a liar Yonkcrs Statesman She Did you ewer kins a girl when site wasnt looking JIYt hut onlv once She made nir d0 it nver again when lie wj looking Town epics P A1Ntj i rJ 1 I1Does your head ache Pain backof rourmouthItconatipanonheadhc complaints 25c AH druggists 1 batutllulhnntBUCKINGHAMS DYE ewtern M AI nwr n II e 4 A r k u N A TAPEWORMS atUmiCASi AltKTS This 1 nm sure has cnu oU mr stilltithingnotice by biuuitilo people Ono W 1JOWIE8 llalrd Mass CANDY CATHARTIC r ere waAOL MANS RraMznL0 noGoodCONSTIPATIONelellLnNiwNpqremllrtrrr4 its MnTfJRftn llhyantlrulnit Grin L DOUGLAS 335cSHoESUNIONMADB worth S4 tto SG compared YlIII other maker I Inilorccil lir over louoooo weiircw All LEATHERS ALL STYLES Vbt1 t i tooasrtoctof et and I3su stars In tH worts bardcalCrrhoutdkee- ithemIf nut wi will Mnd yea slatkladCat laguo n pree VI L DOUGLA 1IOE CO Brockton Mama l TLtic q 7 Ii r yp ry s fit O I 1 J J i t 1a I I i ft i ix i 9a j 7 l 31i 4 et i f 1 4 4I 4w w i 1 j j 1a i iiiE PARTY UNITY I Democratic Leaders Plead Strongly for Peace trtflonnl Committee VnnnlnionI Adapts HcHulittloii to HnrmonUe Faction AMkcil to Settle Difference At a meeting ofthe nntlonnl demo static committee In Chicago Monday September 18 exOov William 1 Stone Of Missouri Introduced the following resolution which was adopted by a rising votes The national committee of the demo critic pony In session nt Chicago to con sitter the work of party organization pre narittory to the campaign of 1000 sends iriCtlng to the thaatethe tlm cnationot with the assurance democrlIC success next year grows Irlctiti r every day We have every reason for conlldence n5 to tho outcome Tilt great need now Is party unity and thorough organization The committee appeals therefore to our party friends In all states and caper daily In states whero elections are to beheld thlx year to put aside all local tilt ftrcncH wherever they exist and nuppor andrI the r KUhir 1 enthusiastically keeping always In view the great Htrugglo of next year and nv membHiiK tint In unity there Is strength and In division weaUnosJ- Kspecliilly do we appeal to the Ken tucky democracy to glvu loyal support to this regular ticket In that mate headed b Mr Jotbel anti thereby make sure of a democratic victory In the state anti the re turn of Senator Ulackhurn to the donate of the Inltcd States 11IMit lhltuu Klulit Knilcil The members of the executive com mittee tacitly ndmlttednfterthelrmcet Ing that till paragraph in the resolu tion dealing with fnctionnl differences was Inspired by the situation that ex Isis in Chicago and some parts of Illi nois outside of Cook county They want till light between the regular or ganization of which Mayor llnrrison Is the leader and the Altgcld forces that has been exploited at two meetings of the nationalI committee through the medium of attacks on Kdltor Devlin of the press bureau ctmrludcd forthwith To bring about this lltmle they have vested Chairman I G Johnson of the executive committee with extraordi nary powers and established him at the head of permanent executive headquar ters to be opened in this city within tit Jays Chairman Johnson is equally ac ceptable to the Harrison und Altgeld forces Chairman lohiison was Invested with power to assume command of all tie tie pnrtmints of the national orgniiintlon The executive committee empowered him to establish headquarters in tIll Inity building and set on foot Mich schemes of orgaiiintiou mnnagcment und supervision as may in his judgment nupcur feasible anal necessary The ways gad means eommittee placed him in charge of the work of the committee not alone as general man agr lull is the resident member of till committee Sum It Cook the present manager is to retire to accept the dour ocratic nomination for secretary of state of Missouri The press committee authorized Mr Johnson to assume immediate control of the press bureau of the National Bill let li This commission places IKdltor Devlin tinder Mr Johnsons orders anal will eventually enable him to select Dev lins successor VinliMl with GrlnC Authority Mr Johnson is therefore till embodi ment of nil tIll executive energy of the national orgnnintion of the democratic party More authority has been con cell trald In him than ever before was Intrusted to a single member of the party The return of Senator Jones in October will not impair the position of the Kansnn The senator selected Mr Johnson for the duties he is going to perform He will not Interfere in the arrangements agreed upon for they had his approval before they were con summated The only consideration exacted front Mr Johnson in return for the honors ihowrred upon him was n promise on his part to establish his home In Chica go until titter the next national conven tion Secretory Charles A Walsh of Iowa was fist mode n number exolllelo of- all three ctintnlitletsand after the close f the state campaign in town will 1peudn great deal of his time in Chi cago on Mr Johnsons associate nt headquarters IlniiN fur Frninctit Meetings Chairman Johnsons present inten thou is to call frequent meetings of the executive committees whenever he thinks they ought to gather for the transaction of business The vccutive everyGDas every 30 days l rgotizaionany committee It seemed to bet e nS sumption of those present tlint Mr Johnson ought not to be ham Ired nt the outset of his work by n prearranged followhis4w are C41IUJI met with the approval of overtone to whom they wore submitted ifhe first Work the new chairman will hIdertake atlsfleddemocratsi arefactlcnnlgreat dual of attention to the iclutucky Situation anti will ende t or to dlsC6Uro withavethlboltingI isChulrmnnlankfrequentwhere there opposinguurthcJrpl1rtIHlccessuccessExGov mletlngthe resolution hud been conceived Inspirit n of harmony nnd accepted by his comulitteinPersonally he suhlflI have come to the conclusion that the democrat party cannot have too many memben We want ns ninny as we can get W lJ Inure taken the key out of the lock 111111 thrown it away The door will be wide open hereafter The efforts of the nr Bonn eommittee from thus time will ue devoted to harmonizing existing dlffei epees and unifying the party AI11 schemes of organization governed b any other spirit would fall of their put post The men who comprise the pel sound of the new working committee are n unit on thus matter PlFitNFil with Work HOIIP Almost without exception the nr tloual comniitteemen expressed sit tis filet ion with the results of tilt meeting 1101111111110111tinh the exception of the defining of Mi Johnsons powers much work fur the future hind been mapped out The were enthusiastic over cxtinv Stone harmony resolution which tier oftreed is n direct invitation to nil dent ocrats to get together Fallowingi art sonic expressions of opinion about the spirit of the remilu tlon UreylYootsnnof1eiturky1hinn gunge Iis unequivocal The resolutloi Is n direct invitation to nil democrats to join hands with the party in Its fat ur battles We are in favor of harmony Adnlr Wilson of Colorado II IDirt for time resolution because It seemed 10 breathe the spirit of hnrmuny I Willi glad that exOov Stone introduced If and 1 wits equally glad lint itwnK passed without a dissenting vote Thomas inhan of Illinois uteri can be no sort of doubt after today proceedings thatI tit democratict nn tionnl ommll lei IsI in favor of her many The resolution ndopted has onlj one signilieiiucu It is tin appeal In democrats to get together and ItIC feet upon tic party orgnniation every wliere is boiijtii to be good 7 0 Johnson of Knnsii KxfJov Stones resolution marks a new f plrl and sentimentt in till democratic or srnuintion 1111111 have no doubt that I11 effect will be far renehing on member of the party Mrnwlirri In ltPiulniiiM Cpmmltteemcu at the meeting were Vico chairman W J Slone Mliixonrl neerotnry C A Walsh lown J O Johiv yon KniiHaii Thomas Oslinn JIll 11011 If D Clayton Alalmma trey Wojtlcon Kentucky J M Ileail Tennessee J M OtilTy Pennsylvania 14 II Thomiiiton Nebraska Varm Fred Wlllamn MUHHU chiisetts T D OHrlen Mlnnesoai Jobi It McLean Ohio A FRIEND OF MONOPOLY The Itrituhllenn Via rly then a Ilea Tnkfti SlilFH with the TrimtH If the republican party never had any collection with the trusts tad h not in nay way responsible for tllChlX h isteiice how is it that no tine evei charges the democratic or popiilistii parties with being their creator orde flItllrl Kveu the most partisan nm hidebound of till republican uewspa pers and party lenders never think ol even intimating tint any other partj is responsible for then Did anyone ever hear of a trust bnror contributing n nickelI I to n democrntlt campaign fund Did anyone ever hem of n trust baron being sincerely prose sand by n republican olllchilI who oat not n democrat True n remibllenn nt toruey general of Ohio drove till Stand nrd Oil trust out of the tnte hut Inv Ilnnims order he wins repudlatid mil kicked out of the party by the first rev publican stnte conviction that net after he Instituted proceedings ngnlns the trust IKJ there a trust in the coast try that is not In favor of retaining tilt Dlngley tan II or something better Was the Dlngley tariff n democratic measure Is the democratic party working for Its retention and the re publican party trying to pull It down Is there one principleI of the demo cratic party that IIs favorable to Indus Irful trusts anti is there a principle of the republican party that antagonized them The Morrlll tnrlff net of 1803 was the first trust Incubator und the republican party linn been widening and lengthening the apparatus ever since Kansas City Times tit is stated that Secretary of War loot Is studying the Philippine problem like n legal cast This is an excel lent idea Mr Hoot Is nn astute lawyer Ahy doesnt he sue Spain nnd require Item to deliver the Philippine goods In tccordnnce with the bill of stile on which we paid her 20000000 In good abbey 1 Why not secure a mandamus w something of that sort to compel Spain to make guotl her defective itlc to the h lands Fighting under len Otis IIs n slow and costly process the law is tLe tluinblY Y11rld I i WORLDS HADE OF GOLD Dame Gent eledded Globes for ltlJtrig GeographySotewurtbyMullets When tho directors of the forthcon lug exhibition In 1arls In a weak moment signified that they were not un willing to receive ideas for feature that would rivet the attention of tit world upon the Champ de Mars and Its neighborhood a Viennese gently man communicated a notion tlint 1111 audacity must lure eclipsed anythin that hind hitherto been forwarded fOI their consideration He proposed that n globe should ut constructed just onetenth the size 01 the earth Itself The proposal will nol bo acted upon London tourists ma however thud consolation for this los In n contour map of their city 3D fee t square that is to say If the count rotated carries out a suggestion to thin effect The earliest globes manufacture were those upon which the henvenl bodies were mapped out probably b Arabian astrologers The national 111 brary in Paris boasts such n one rind of copper which was engraved nbou tit eleventh century Another 1xttlnJ globe of historic IInterest was one 111 the treasured possessions of Frederic I1 emperor ot the Komaus and kin of Ocrmnny 11011230 Not only wn It monde of gold but the positions 01 the slurs were Indicated by pearls The earlier globes such for instant1 as the Loom globe of H9H whirl IIf about the size of n Hilpoumler tranno ball nud Is made of rive copper Hiow the ilrot meridian passing through Madeira and judging from the Leno globe 1500 also made of copper nm possessing n diameter of 1lsinehcs what was wanting in geographical IK curacy was more than compensated fOI by the extraordinary variety of len monsters depleted upon them A terrestrial globe that must hnv excited the cupidity of all geographer since Charles IV dupe of Lorraine presented It to this Churoh of Notr Dame de Rloii is now preserved in t1Jc municipal library nt Nancy It I + nbou 19 inches in circumference nud U mod of chased silver gilt having the lain Potions Including the new world which appears as a portion of raster Asia represented by line gilding am the oceans by azure Line mantelI The Academy of Sciences nt St 1e tersburg boasts several noteworth models of tic earth including one 01 copper that is seven feet in diameter but nil of them slip into Inalgnlllmnci when compared with the famous Oot torp globe which Is also presrrvei there This Is a conical sphere 11 fcti in diameter and contains a table with sitting iiceoiuMiodiitlou around U for n dozen scientists who tire not usually lit nn nbnoriunl size The exterior reprc snits the terrestrial globe and the in tenor shows the heavens the stars be Ing distinguished according to tlieli magnitude by gilt nulls of dlvcra sizes Tlic stars constellations tad hear ens generally by means of Fume Inge nlous meehauism can be moved so thud their position both rising and wetting can be illusttnted Tills inn nmintIi model wns ntimed attar the orlijlun globe of lottnrp anti was presented Ibj Frederick IV of Denmark to Petrr the treat who vas so delighted with it that lit had It trnnspoitcd byl water te Uevel and afterward by mrnnn of roll ers and sledges to St Petersburg Dr Itoger Kongt fnmous globe win lined inside with tit nisi the lunven 1ly bodies depleted thereon wen thaw visible ill Kngland on Ithe liorhim ol Cambridge The sphere was Ill 1iitblt ol holdng no fewer tern Jll pcrsois stud had an enl ranee by six ttcps placed over the south pole As fur an London is eoneeriUd the largest globe the LilyI has seen wn irceted by MrI AbrahaivB III Trlcestei s iiare for Mr Wyld 11 ISSII Tlilx great fjlolu wis no less tlnn nn fret t lncle III diamctei tltiit isI on a i ne ol oneseven thousandth of nattire 01 nbout II inllextn the inch llnialnedI on view uitll isftl when il urns South 1111 the handing pulled down When thin luilldlag was about to b erected the eitrstian xtatne of tienrg I Ihlhblond In the eentir of tin Mtinre wits taken down and barite hat nu the givrtI globe being riiuovertl it ins unearthed and irpnerd In Hi Inrmei Kisitloii hut mlniiK n leg When that Ktnliie Is nt tlie present moiient it lis Impossible to say hut in IKTIi It was sold for the magiilfleent HIIIII of CIO not n very extravagant amount fur n work of tit to which the adjective beautiful was applied by the uthior nf PavueH Illustrated London Probably the heaviest globe now in Pxlsteaee in that remarkable model of till earth in Portland stone standing tear feet stud weighing JO tois11a ex rites Mic wonder nail admiration nf all visitors to Swan age in this viclrrty ol ivhlch It stands on Durlston headJn urea heavier model took n very prom inept part in the Quebec carnival of 1890 but as It represented the world In Ice it can no longer be null to con isle with the Dorsetshire heav- yweightCldengn Chronicle Indorsing Her 1entlM- rDrummerlimy was the Uncle Toms Cabin show at the town hull last night Landlord Pcttyvllle Tavern Tirt rate The audience was so pleased with little Evils death that they encored het- dui she done U agalnNLJotlrnol i c i 1 ifI 1 The Currency Question tt iJHIl lb if MONEY It Is Only an Kvltltnve of Debt Kx- UtM Only by tho Vint ot- Juvernmettt Money is merely evidence of debt What n crazy writer he ought to be In that asylum thu render especially if he Is addicted to the gold standard will exclaim He the reader might ndtnlt the proposition so far ns paper money batik currency or even silver ruin is concerned but gold coin the only intrinsic value God created money never way with the Idea crucify hung draw and quarter the base Iconoclast who would dare to utter such a slander against the foundation of the world of credit the keystone of the arch of prosperity We will not bo dismayed however if nurse of our renders agree with our statement at race We will examine the idea a little We will try to prove that money even itold money In ns much evidence of debt as Is a note of hand the only dif ference being that money Is evidence of public debt while a note of haunt is evidence of individual debt There lire Iwo absolutely essential elements in money and only two a gut ernment ut a nip aid legal tender quality Mousy cannot never did never will exist except by the tint of stable organized government Such stumped or shaped metallic discs is served the purpose of a medium of exchange before the existence of stable government were not money They were simply merchandise that appealed to the personal vanity of barbarous peoples They hind no settled price 1hey were traded for at agreed valua lotus in other merchandise such as coon skins meat fish or bread They would nut satisfy debts except by agreement Such they would remain today but for the legaltender qual ity imparted by law The fact that government might stony and certify their weight nail fineness would not snake themI more desirable 1cople nut rain enough to desire personal adorn ment would nut accept thrill In ex change for commodities It will be admitted that legal tender quality can be imparted only by net of government It will be admitted thud when govern ment puts Its stamp on paper makes it cgnl tender and sends It out that It is accepted at till hands of government in payment for services and he who rev ceives it has nothing until he has ex changed it for goods It will he admit ted that his lend of money IIs suture IIly the evidence that hu wimp holds It Iis entitled to some service that he hIlKIdi rue tly or Indirectly rendered service to the whole people that In Suet the whole people arc Indebted to him nn amountt of service represented by his paper money lint gold coin the hardy miner goes into the waste places or earth nnd brings therefrom at the expense of great toll mill danger the precious yellow metal brings It to ills kindly government which stamps and lands It back to him he lists rendered 1Jcrn men t no service hu is entitledt to no service In return he simply takes hIs glittering coin and everybody uinblcs Oer hU neighbor for n chance in trade him goods for it Are you hills sure that Is nil there Iis KI the rnnsnction that he gets just what he gate the government Ah theres the rub Service to the government maybe direct or Indirect direct by filling government positions ns mayor gun nilI or humble privateI soldier as presi dent of the United States or its cuslo Han of the cuspidors in a territorial court room or by selling goods di rectly to thu government for govern mnt use Indirect by furnishing gov ernment olllccrn the necessaries of ex stencc by helping to manufacture jovernmcnt supplies by furnishing ravmimcnt the metal on which to itamp Its cola The miner who brings metal to the mint to be coined does not receive bask what he brought He brought merchandise for which he is paid in money money which certifies is much as did the paper money that his miner lath performed service for the whole people for which he is env Itled lo equal service In return He vlll not have lad this service until his alone is converted Into goody that he tan use The only advantage that gold coIn has over other money Is that it cau be directly converted Into nier handifsc by destroying Its mousy jtinlity and used hIthc holder pro Ided he hun skill in certain arts Its hlef advantage Iis that It costs vastly more In human labor than its face value represents Good judges have cl imated that It costs labor worth four lollars for every dollars worth of gold produced Has the writer made it clear hat money is merely evidence of debt H he has he has furnished the key for tltt easy understanding of the money mention of all socalled economic tel- enne of the financial operations of the hared The principal difference her wren thcllSuel of paper moneyand the coinage of gold Is that the issue of lapcr ratncy Is In effect the coinage of the Useful labor of providing public protection or producing pubJio utilities nto mcmey while uolatS fttflil JIs Ute eolnaguof tkelee1tfoiaaItyutd iI II worse than useless jt 11 A commodity without which half the HU of the vrorel would not exist a commodity the fitter of nearly nil that inhumanity of illaH to matt which U this worst feature of human existence Nonconformist THE GOLD STANDARDS BROOD i- 1LVtls That Ilnvc Caste ta Lift bring its ItelRn Cnfnmltlea = Uo la Groups The money question Is not the only great question that confronts us Ca lamities go in groups and tho gold standard his brought with it a broott of evils each of which threatens the Ufa of the republic You will find that as- a rule gold utandnrdltOH ate not willing to tithe a definite position on any of these questions As they look to car rupt nnd concentrated wealth fur favors they are not willing to take n position which might Incur its ill will There IK the great question of government by Injunction n system under which n federal judge elevated to olllce by corporation Influences strlkcH down tit right of free speech anti with n contemptuous wave of the hand brushes aside the right of trial by Jury that bulUark of English liberty at the mere request of a corporation agent The Anglo Snxon race has slued more blood to maintain tho right of fret speech anti the right of trial by Jury than for tummy other purpose nut yet here In free America we see the very foundation of liberty flippantly brushed aside nnd 1 have not heard a vigorous protest against this practice tram n single gold standard man in America Tills IK an age of concentration of the formation of great corporations of great trusts nnd of great monopolies It Is found tlint by concentration the cost of production cnn be cheapened and if tilt public got the benefit of this it might be n blessing it would shorten the hours of labor and advance clvillxa dote but Instead of that tho benefit ol It under the republican administration goes to n few private Individuals Who by making themselves complete nuns ter of time market mud having absolute control of the output of articles of nc ccHtdty to time people Sire able to arbi trarily fix the price of that artlclu on the one hand and sire able arbitrarily fix the wages on the other hand In consequence of this feet these monopo lies tine not only n curse to the coun try but are threatening to overthrow our Institutions for they furnish the corruption funds that are destroying us For a quarter of n century both political parties have denounced cor porations trusts and monopolies Nearly every state in the union has legislated against them The federal government hint legislated against them yet in spite of this denunciation in spite of sill this legislation state and federal they have gone on multi plying Slate legislation has been found to be absolutely futile because federal judges uniformly declared It to 1 be unconstitutional Federal legisla tine has likewise been found to ha futile The trusts lire masters of the situation It Is evident that to simply go on denouncing trusts Is un Insult to the Intelligence of tho American people It Is the cheapest kind of po lit teal demagogy The time has come when some new method of dealing with thirst monopolies must be adopted The experience of other countries ai well ns a thorough consideration of the question shows that It is impossible to rcducn tunny of these monop olies buck to their original element They have come to stay nail therefore It isI the mission nnd the duty of the democratic party to secure the benefit of the monopoly for the public for the people that means municipal and gov ernmental ownership of all monopolies which It Is practicable for a govern ment as yet to control Have you heard any gold standard democrat declare himself openly to bo in favor of this or of any other practicable manner of dealing with the monopolies Instead of that what do they propose They tell us that we should adopt a platform denouncing trusts That is we shell do what we have been doing for a quar ter of it century indulge in declarations that signify nothing Mr Depew late lly declared that the republican party would in Its platform denounce trusts What is the purpose of this Why simply to fool the people entertain the people Trust lawyers and men w11o secretly servo monopolies will draw the declarations dcnounclngtrustfl and oJ It will lie n farce John P Alltfold Color Hue to llncterlM A scientist of lllo de Janeiro states an a result of protracted and patient Investigation that the color and scent of flowers are due to bacteria Mud that these germs arc often ot a kind that must be harmful to human lacingsN Y Sun A Job Lot at EvlU The republican parity has lnf Ui c time country with u job lMMftVWS gaM tfaedarJii foreign wet asr- rrhett a tnnltljilkity of tss l f4 train of other sN1a tail h ar l I r Y t a L I L 8 4 4- 8t a tit na 5 i t r k- a r 4 k a aa- t y i YI a 4 I r- IS 4- z r i J u r i 1 Pr j l r 0 Jn IIto1i G r 1JfQ o 1 L 1 j iJ r j I i D II l i l Y- z 1- t S t ii Li fI I f fi ysy I I 55rr ffI I f t I n I i j iI r 1 M r b i 4 1r s 1- r k lr I i adteeptl ediectkc thea- rldkMeltJRd dULhow lt rf ybu wsR nick rc usingDtvtrey jnii cdj At ilrugelitl in fifty cent JIM tfotUr+ tfrfs Sample bottle by null v ffnUo rwBiplet telling you how to find1 kfclf jwibuve kldncjr trouble Addrwa Dr Kilmer Ar Co Dingbam YttI COUNTY MVS NOTES o1i To Insure lnHcrtln AU corrrs nidenco mnt Mill this office by Jlonday nlilit of earh week and that nearby on Monday morning Our correspondent are derelict in duty and we want tn say that henceforth thy will not receivo paper except for the week they have news letters We nre j I dependent upon them for the news and I when they fell to nPnd in their favors they put us to great Inconvenience I I MAYTOWN MISSIVES j Tho school nt this plnco is progressing vicoly Mrs Alox Patrick hRs been quito sick tho past fow lays Claude Day who has boon nt Jackson and other points on busii ness for Borao time roturned homo Sunday Mrs B May and family of near Camargo nnd Mrs Dr R EMay of Judy visited thoir parents Capt Sample and wife nnd other frionds tho past week Owing to n tack of appreciation etc of acme of tho people of this vicinity Prof R M Caldwoll did not Rive his public entertainment at Maytown on tho 20th LONNIE GILLMORE GLEANINGS Sweet potato digging time now at hand Ceazar Linden has gono on tho excursion to Cincinnati Robt Back and wife of Quicksand is visiting the family of J II Vest YoT Haynos nnd family of Monifoo county is visiting nt this placeSeveral of our farmers nro now sowing wheat Lot tho good work go on Uncle Snm Hnddix sr still ro mains very illnnd in n critical conditionWo heavyfrostsnUll n prospect for more tomor row Poultry nnd eggs is in domain if the egg nnd chicken hunters is Lilly sign threo wagons wero horo yostorduv gathering nil1 that could bo foundVo just beared tho sad tiowsj that Judge J J Hamptons wi Co died suddenlyI yesterday mori ing nt 4 oclock Shu lloaves hug baud nUll several children and friends to mourn her loss Our sympathy goes out with tho be reaved friends Sopt 8090 UNCLE RKMW paythati+suo of Tlnl HKIUIU contnin a greater amount of condensed common sense well Arranged information than any tlleMeGnportnnt byclapAtklnliUlFiver now cases of smallpox wore reported on the 21st from Jnbrz Ondborrydiednroiu n critical condition Tho coal minors of Laurel county attack for higher wngos Wednes day and tho works compelled to hut down until tho matter could bo settled The pain of n burn or scald isnlmnftt Insfnntly relieved by applying Chamber IttluV Iriin IJttlnt It also hcnl lliu in jureU parts nUn quickly than any other iriatincnt anti without tiro burn is very nlubfMrsr Roland Knsh Inns had another serious attack of throiit truubldlttt is somewhat bettor nt thfa writti- xoCU1tItL I COLD IS ON DAY Take XXRUv iilrQUi0 Quinine Tablets fAU druggists refund money if it fails to cure 25c The fmiiiw has L D Q on eiichtablet Wte t pAidiowI cpllectfl vf piiuiATrPa t j II t lJ toJi Sweet Bells Jangled Out of Tune and Harsh Sbaketpeare description fits thou sands of women They are cross des tothemselvessweet dispositions are gone And they like tho bells seem sadly out of tune Uut thoro la a remedy They con ut- eMCELREES Wine of Cardui It bringn health to the romAnl- organism and health there means well poised nerves calmness strength powerIt ing and disease havo shattered It is the most perfect remedy ever devised to restore weak women to perfect health and to make them attractive druggistsFor specialtoms The Ladies Advisory De partment It Tho Chattanooga Medi cine Co Chattanooga Tons REV J W SMITH Camden 8 Co MTS I Mr wile used Wine of Cardui at home for fslllnx of the vrumb and It entirely cured bet Money to patent ltoIJlIILllRAl map heiecured hv our all The Patent Record Baltimore MI V VT o ii1200 Made T Order SR on Mf Mans Suit for fD30 t lIT UTIMa DIM COT FROM rt E ROSENBURGER tit CO I202204 E 102d 8t NEW YORK CITY I Tho Largest Clothing I Manufacturers In America OFIRISI 6ire Pay 8xpreselh TkiM Suits srt wads mf tAll WI Catlsiirts Irlmntd with fut black Sattta U1NtI vtrksisa llp nt OtikU Drtitttd Situ j is t yon with Sill Erabfld rtil StIUr CIUr la I 13 f tart wlll uSallurCelir All Past hvPptWaictSaud- iWed plugs of the cUth aid tttn btte with tack i lu Klidlj MiiU If LrterCall fur ups Wk ti rdirlot tnd IMt Offlc ttproi lUntj Ordtrtr RrtUtirtd hoer ii ate it It blrtkdir sad If lure a small fur kit irtMaaiT cheerfully itfnde4 If oat AtUfarUrj Sad ac tamps fur pies tape mtaiirs meuudtMrV eta r i- Y v th FRED J HEINTZ- manufacturingg Jeweler DKA1UK IN Watches Clocks Jewelry Diamonds SILVERWARE OPTICAL GOODS Solid Gold and Silver Modals and Class Pins tSTUnoxoollcd Repairing Facilities tan K Mnln Sttnel af riV- LEXINGTON KY Price List for Watch and Clock Repairing Oleniilng Wntelti A median make 150 Old KngtUh Jcvor 200 Main flitrltiff UO Cleaning Cluck Atucr 8 dny l2fi M French ruakbf9EeII II NieMftHir i strts 60 Main spins in clock Amtr nuke IIK U n French ntkc 260 Mending solJcrltR foltl SjtUdrs 2oB5c I 1 SlcrlItl 36c arMrdlngtoNew hunt fitted into brooches pine 15c OESIGN3HATEr IS TS FREENotlCaff mo foraKNofcoUllpaleBtUiecEred 1itMutrleUyeoadenUaI AddrMl EQOtItNEBSPastl tf tvaslnktsktnC kCK IC 13 Th9LeadinsSpcl3IstscfAtnerlca 20 YEARS IH OHIO 250000 Cor- edWECURESTR1CTURE iI ThonanJ nf young end mhldlo aged I mciiarolruubicutiiiitUiJtLeaKI uucunscluutly Thcy mar baroarmart Ing teat allon shalt tIIler trcna ri chars cutting jilrsal tliacn Mieutdl I I chirss Ul tcultr in commencing weak mane cmis lnn nUll oil Iho ryratitnmi I M of ntnOl1i debility they lavo B HIM friI tttU Vtk doctorcxpcrlmeto i von by eittinr rctchltie or tcnritg Too ihliTilli tenroyminaltwlllir tin Our HIM MB11IOD TltUAT tirntoII IIotnuercrroturu No pain no rrjffer N norSJ iil Ti iiorvci fiMt jif manhood rcturnto 1Jt SURE GLEE lht smns of y rung nu1olIlIllIcll nci art hivluff their end ttrr and H I IIIIt I 1rf lhjran orlbworriniton dcrcnilgj 11 ulIU t unttuuI ltirClEt T Intl- I I 1 i trh 1 Kcrvnurne 1oor Alcm I riri lily fitttuIElrnrLXNcnI ratiot unktnyye with dark circler- lvat i I Uenrai lcprcula Jnek tlf tbmnkrnljLltlofllntlCOttnrt I11II inayliMJCu c Dont cianuU family doctor ui they hivo nn cx crlcuco in them pedal dlwtusIsnt nlloir ccIta on yn Consult lpccialirt CXPMrlmcnt o htfostady of- Uteca einJenandtfnmcn Otralav MKTHOIl TIlliATMlNT will rj tircly taro Ton Uno thousand dollars for ft exec uo accept for treattucnt and C 1tJO care Term noJcratofor cutc ill CURES GUARANTEED K Wo trent and caret KMISSIONP JH VAIUCIIOHU nVPIITLIS OIjKKT SKCHETflIs KInRYandIILADDERDisnases I O 8I JlATJOi FREE BOOKS CUlT If nnnblc to call write fort + I lrsirnw IJLANK for HOME TKEATMKST arras KENNEDY KERGAN 122 W FOURTH STREET CINCINNATI O ti 1 i- r DRY GOODS CARTERI COMPANY1 IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IS ID T oo AND NOTIONS LOUISVILLE KY Reference J Taylor Day Hazel Green J TAYLOR DAY Wholesale and Retail dealer in General Merchandise Lumber Real Estate c Also President Hazel Green Fair and Driving Park Association and the Farmers Exchange GREENBACKS or Government Money i At close of our Civil War in 1865 there appeared in the London Times the following polier American Republic during the late Civil War in that country should be come indurated down to a fixture then that government will furnish its money without cost It will have all the money that is necessary to carry on its trade and commerce It will precedentinthe world The brain and wealth of all countries will go to North America THAT GOVERNMENT MUST BE DESTROYED OR IT WILL DESTROY EVERY MONARCHY ON THIS GLOBE The famous Hazzard circular to capitalists in New York and the Buell flank circular to United States Bank ers both emanating from London and the fabulous corruption fund raised in England and Germany estimated at 1500000 were the agents that se cured the closing of our mints against silverThe U walk into my parlor II policy of England during and since the Spanish War is the latest evidence of English Diplomacy in shaping the destiny of the United States Government Notwithstanding the famine price i of wheat the Spanish War and fabu lous expenditures of money by our goldhasI and all other values decreased in the i same proportion l For a thorough understanding of the money question or silver issue the Cincinnati Enquirer has uniformly given evidence of its ability to teach explain and produce all facts and truth It is a paper that ought and pleasuref J j s t r I SALIDLE Iopened store neighborhood HOFFMAN SON W H PIERATT 1 MANAGERS SOLICITOR STERLING HAZEL GREEN KY HOFFMANPIERATT IUSDP3Dee + AgeDOYjI FIRE COMPANIES REPRESENTED flLonns negotiated and business of tho mountains solicited 1 PItENtTERG iJOBi q ENVELOPES NOTEHEADS BILLHEADS LETTERHEADS SALEBILLS PROGRAMS CIRCULARS CATALOGS MINUTESC 5Wehave Three Fast Presses a Power Paper Cutter and 40 Years Experience enables us Court Comc Whenk i us Respectfully 1 SPENCER COOPER c1 SPltX G 1899 TREES PlANTSVINES Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Small Fruits Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden 1 rVo employ no gents but pricesStrnwbOIrCata logues on application H HILLEMIEYER LEXINGTON KY Phono 278 After M year of honest it looks though all our work must spoil WITIIOerl SALT SAVE IT Just walk up and lay a dollar down und Ill bo Ji happy man in town I IiaIlID pencm Qr a meennnteu OT nvctmre tamo goodpIaThe PATENT 11KCOUD Baltimore Md TDO PAVEnS Clean unit Nice for ialethis oKlco ut ao cents per 100 L Hinc3 my in April I have sold in the 500 worth of sad dies saddles for ladies saddles for men saddles for girls saddles for boys and in every case rendered en tire satisfaction If you need one call ice me JOHN H ROSF A MT KY 17 all ALL KINDS NEATLY AND and promptly lone at this office t c to f c o- D to F toil ns TO Auld OF MEGRIMINE j A positive and permanent jRche1 headache orXcurnlgiu HEADACHE CURED FREE by sample mailed you if that 1 paper is mentioned The more promptly headaches Bro reo nniu the lest frequent will be their druggistsa J lny W EXTS A The Dr Whitehall MegBOXIISOUTH BEND IND STREGI1 iIIAtlDI iAIW3OTjrlalThatnarrploas power uortod I3 ctricD U t anil Arriuinci Indueeeme tr offerIt to ruaerief lndwho bare batwrei their 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