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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I f IN I i I l W t q l PM tC f I = a1t Jrj c e4 c TtEHAZEL GREEN HERALDIEstablished March 4 1885 Made Famous la the Btoryof Jonathan and His Continent by Max OTlell t t 1 al = 1 l 8FEKOKR Owner and omTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky MountalnslPER J in TKAK AlIVBI M d- J FIFTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 19 1809 NUMBER 2Lw t 411 A 1s rbReaorQptiQ OF THE rir 1 t 1 itii 7 1iii 0t INCORPORATED LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Dr F 0 YOUNG President r E T HOULIHAN First Vice President II T DUNCAN Second Vice President PHIL J G011MLEY Treasurer y J J WOODS Secretary L 1 J EMBRY ALLEN Gen Counsel BOARD OF DIRECTORS DR F O YOUNG E T HOULIHAN H T DUNOAN PHIL J GORMLEY JOHN F COMBS B B JONES J J WOODS J EMBRY ALLEN August Redemption of the Phoenix Investment Cot Incorpord Lexington Ky Number of coupons redeemed 1747 Amount in Coupon Fund 4817 4f Amount paid out 4804 25i it Balance left in Coupon Fund 18 15t Amount passed to Reserve Fund 1070 40 Coupons Redeemed August 25th 1899 t1lcouros L HBUKMITIOW ADDRESS VALUK WIt RI DKI MED NAME Cos- T02Mary A GormleyLexington Ky53 00 92 O- C25oThe Filson Club 687 50 250 0- 018lJ B Cassou UOII n 50050 i8 0- 016Businesll Mens PoolWinchester 41 25 15 0- 039R R Mens loolLexington Ky107 25 39 0- 0lU4City Bus Mens Pool 633 50 19J Ot 50 JE Alien i 137 50 60 OC 35 BE Allen 68 75 25 OC 5 JJAllen 13 76 5 OC 12M8S J Brooks is 33 00 12 0- 0GMuls Margaret LorrncII lC 1C 50 C 0- 011J H Combs s i 3025 11 0- 011Albcrt E CarterCo 10 38 50 14 00 16R J COlbcrtII 44 00 16 0- 1GNhiholas Daley TRS 4125 16- 87blrs R Dehore 19 25 7 0- 04llrA Louisa Dupes 11 00 4 0- 0GU 1 Dodd II 13 7G G 0- 07Jobn FryIe t 19 25 7 0- 012Ja1ln8 W GordonII 33 00 12 O- loS1hil J UnrUlleyII 434 60 158 0- 07Dtuid Hughe 19 25 7 O- 20IVulter HurperMt Sterling 55 00 20 O- 17Mrs Muttie JonesLoxington 46 75 17 0- 021Ieury Jackson II 5 50 2 00 4 W T KingParis 11 00 4 Oi- G W H KirbyllysvilloII 16 60 G O- C2A M LutzLexingtonII C 50 2 00 1 Gus Locknane II 276 1 0- 08GSulllucl llngceII 99 00 86O- CG9Mrs Mary McGinnisII IDS 00 G9 O- C20J1 1IontjoyII 7975 21 0- 010John McGurk II 27 60 10 0- 06John IayCovingtonII 16 50 G O- C19T G Saxton Lexington 52 25 19 0- 0GClaulle A Sittason 16 GO G 0- 012MrR Martha SmnllII II 33 00 12 0- 035John L Thomkiua 90 25 35 O- C4Mra1 D Taylor 11 00 4 00 lcII tt 5 50 2 0- 05wiiiian J uVfeVr 8 25 3 0- 014H L 1VoodrumS 28 50 14 0- 02J1 VoodsCynthinnaII 560 2 00 31VmValkerLexington 8 25 3 0- 02VmII VnldcltII 1 0 50 2 00 2Clark ValterII 0 60 2 00 3J J Woods 1 8 26 3 0- 010F 0 youngII 1 27 50 10 0- 01Jo8eph 2 75 1 0- 0GMrs Spicer Mattie ClntonCoviugton 13 70 5 0- 0tiOThomut EL SbelbyII 137 60 50 00 SPECIAL REDEMPTION GGMary A GormleyLoxington Ky 181 50 65 00 IG 00 6 0- 018Nicholul G Tho FilHon Club 4900 18 00Daley II 42 0- 0IHJ 60 12Samuel Magee 1J CnII 60 54 0- 0IsbIi B Unison Mary McGinuiII ffl 25 18 0- 06Jobn 50 G 0- 036John DryCovingtonL TliomLhia Lexington 0900 36 00 lLIXIiGTOwToN Kv August 25 189- 9v49 Whom It May Concern We tho undersigned members of the committee nppomtcd to superintend the Co have this day examined the books and redemption of tho Phounix Investment We find the books are kept in checked the redemption for tho month of August of checking easy and do attest the correctnessmattersuch a way as to make the of same O C OJHlT Attorney at Law 19 Chcapside- HOltC1J JOHNSON E P JOJlNSO Co Plumbing 18 Market Street S E HILL U S Commissioner Northern Bank Bldg TIlE Pnomnx TNvEsT4rNT Co is based on the same principlo ns Lino Iifo Insurance Connpanie excipting wo do not promise to pay as largo returns for your money M tho Insurance Companies have paid nndare paying Hut they pay your heirs We pnY you you would rather have 10000 while you live than 100000 after We you call arei spodal dead attention to the list of Coupons that have matured in our August t redemption Our business is largo and is continually increasing for our system hoe met wi h fhe average business mart has merited the success that our Company ft Is too busy with his own business to give enough of hid time to a tligrough study theofany other business and he takes the experience of his fellowman that either good or bad Therefore we take pleasure in the above statement bo by furnished showing testimonials willthe result attained by some of our investors Other upon application Fbrijterature and further information call on or addresss J W SPENOEE OOOPEE Genl Agent Hazel Green Ky jd3 l 1 I 0 i t j J TAULBEE TALKS A Dolenso of An Article Published in the Dispatch About tho Qoebel Meeting Hold Horo a Pow Weeks Ago HAZEL GKKKN KY Oct 16 1899 EDITOR HERALD To the Democrats of Kentucky and especially of the mountains this is tho most momcntus time in the history of Democracy We are besieged by tho ever subtle and alert emeny of our free door nnil rightsthe Republicans with out and disappointed politicians within our ranks Remember the year of 1896 when wo wore betrayed both in the national and state elections by the same envious and treacherous friends both men and press and view tho redult If you believe in the principles of Democracy stand firmly b the flag Shame on a newspaper or a man that will pretend to belong to a party and then ad vocate and advertise n candidate or a policy that opposes the principles of tin party to which ho claims to belong Behold the Dispatch and Evening Post look what a change has come over them since 96 i how can ft man or party of men change so suddenly and so often Tune paper or the man that oppose Gee bel on the principles of the platform of the Louisville convention connot be a Democrat Tho Louisville Dispatch is now doing the very thing it swore at in 9G advocating a bolters ticket Think of it Democrats Did you believe what the Dispatch said in 96 concerning Pal1 mer and Buckner They are just the same kind of Democrats that Brown and tho rest of the Lexington ticket are If at Chicago Mr Palmrr or Mr Bucket had been on the National ticket dont you know they would have urged the election of Bryan and have favored the platform i soif John Young Brown or any of the men on his ticket had been nominated at Louisville they would have favored and urged the election of that ticket and called any mftn who opposed it a bolter What did the loaders of tho Brown party say of Palmer and Buck nor They could not find names black enough for them Look at the Rood things the Brown papers say of the Republican ticket and the evil things they say of the Goebel ticket Now 1 happen tt know nearly every Democrat in the tenth con gres8of distrltt A W111 as the men who have bolted and aid for Brolrn In my town where there are thngownmen whe say they iare for ticket I am suro tie not tho first time they have scratched save ono man and I believo tis tho same over the district Now fellow Democrats of Kentucky if you cant support Mr Goobel and the Louisville ticket vote the Republican ticket as did the majority of tho Palmer and Buckner fry in 96 Belong to a party that has a standing or just kill your selves and dont hang on to a skel eton when thoro is no hope of SUCCORS Dont try to destroy your neighbor be cause ho is more lucky than you and got the nomination i dont exist In dis guise for the veil must be removed as in the case of the great Kentuckian Mr Carlisle Now what does the Democrats of Kentucky think of him also of Mr Buckner men for whom we all yelled ourselves hoarse and what have they done for us Betrayed us into tho hands of Mark Hanna and the Republican party yourselvesNow in the Louis villo convention is simply outrageous Did you ever see a convention where there was no fraudll think not The pipe of Mr Goebel having killed n man and so much was said that I at onetime affirmed that I could not vote for a man that hind taken the life of a fellow citizen but when I investigated the mat ter 1 found that I had voted for a num ber of men who had shed the blood of a fellow man and so have you Democrats of Kentucky As to the fraud in tho Louisville convention I suppose tis true there was fraud and possibly a little more than at Louisville where John Young Brown was nominated for gov ernor of Kentucky but I am sure now it was not of a more malignant kind lor- I was there and was tho John Young Brown delegate from Wolfe county and when I was throwing delegates down and taking their credentials from them and casting their votes for Mr Brown nnd 40 or CO policemen were on tho floor at a time knocking men down and dragging them out Mr Brown was patting moon the back and crying patriotic boy of the mountainsBut a change has como over thereat statesman and things nnd politics must be purified I believe in purity in nil things but this is not the time to purify politics nor aro those who opposo Mr Goebel the men to do it Consist cncythou art a jewel as to the report of the Democratic rally at Hazel Green when Mr Goebel and uncle Jim Black burn spoko there as was reported in the LouUjillo Dispatch 1N must say every word of itia false and no man has nerve enough tofaco the Democrats who were there and say tho report was true There were from 100 toCOl at the speaking and possibly two or three hundred more in the town thero was some drinking and noise in the town but the most of that was1 Republicans and scratchers These are facU and no man dare gala J say it for I am personally acquainted with every man that was there and know just who was drunk and who was sober Tho democrat gave good attention to the speaking as they always do and of courso the cheer after cheer for Goebol Blackburn and Bryan made the faltering weak and faint at heart BO they had to throw up in tho Dispatch and when it came up twits a Ho Mr Rodwino has been accused of everything on earth only being true to his friends so you neednt accuse him of that for tho people of the tenth district know him bettor than any man who abuses him and we know he is an honest faithful and impartial servant of the people and as I am Informed by Hon JameS Hargfs of Breathitt and Dr J B Taulbeo of Mt Sterliug that Redwino did no more than I would have done had I been in his place I then know that ho did no wrong and no more than any partisan would have done as chair man for his friend Now fellow citizens these are facts and no man has cheek enough to die puto what I have said as to tho rally at Hazel Green and the band of course it was not as fine as Saxtons but there was just as white and sure democrats in that band as you can find this side of Manila DomocraUstop and think ono moment and especially you who have been load ers and ever expect to ask for the votes of Democrats for as the God of the uni verso rules all things I believe ho has put it in the hearts of the Democrats to rule the politics of Kentucky and I swear they will do it and will remember every man who adds to their burden in this their greatest hour of peril I havo heard in the last ton days GO men at least day who were for Brown one month ago that they would support Gooble and oppose forever tho men who had tried to lead them from the party and principles they love so well Look where the men stand today who heaped upon us tho most loathsome and disgusting names and helped to tear from our pock eta and from the mouths of our families our bardearned dollars lp try and hold up our majorities What do such men care for us or our principles but wo arc the voters and we tho people are the majorities nnd those who have helped the UeputJlicnns to bleed us at every pore have no more show for political pbworT r favor In this section of Ken Lucky than a snowball has for existence in h Respectfully J A TAuwinn A Democrat Three Doctors In Consultation From Benjamin Franklin When you aro sIck wlmUou like beet in to uo chosen for a incilicfno in the first tohoII e Theory says in best J to be chosen in tho last place lint if you can get Dr In clination Dr Experience and Dr Itenson to hold a consultation together they will give you the best advice that ran be taken When you havo ft bad cold Dr Inclination would recommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy bo causo it is pleasant and safo to tnko Dr Experience would re commend it because it never fails to effect a speedy and permanent cure Dr Benson would recom mend it because iit is prepared on scientific principles and acts on natures plan in relieving tho lungs poring tho socrotions und rostor ing tho system to a natural and healthy condition For solo by J T Day Druggist Noah Tibbs and Miss Lydia Sal ley laughter of IToislcol Salley yore married Saturday night nt the residence of Trencher Kolley on Stillwator the reverend gentle man porforming tho ceremony How to Prevent Croup Wo have two children who aro uibjoct to attacks of croup Whon over an attack is corning on my wife gives thorn Chamberlains Cough Remedy and it always 1pro vents tho attack It is n house hold necessity in this county and no matter what else wo run out oft would not do to bo without RomodyMoreother cough medicines combined J 11 Nicklo of Nicklo Bros merchants Nicklovillo Pa For salo by J T Day Druggist Our friend Ed Cecil will please accept tho thanks of tho editor mcjtfour good pleasure to partake of in long time TO CURL COLD IX ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money If it fails to use 25c The genuine has L B Q on each tablet THE KELLAIVU CANCER = l MEDICAL SURGICAL HOSPITAL I w u GUARANTEE FEUMAKEXT 9ECURLS without the use f chi knife In CA NO E n and ally taoMeytoMedical and Surgical Departments are sac tfiratclassi a JCVAll examinations fronts We treat no patients outside the hospital FRANK 0 KKLIAM p C KELLAM IIAUUY KKLLAM General Manager HINTON W VA r Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table la Effect May 21 1811 EAST BOUND Wo 4 I oI No d STATIONS Dally ox Dally ox Dally ex Bnnday Sunday Sunday AM Lye PM Lvc A MLev Lexington 7 t5 an1 2 25 pm Avon 8 10 am 2 60 pta 6 64 am Wlnchcater 8 30 am 3 18 pm 660 sun LEJunon 846am 3 32 prn 7 26 am Indian Flds 0 00 am 3 38 pm 8 14 am Clay City U ItJ am 3 b0 pm 11 00 am Stanton Ul5 am 4 06 pm 11 20 ant Filson U 86 am 419 pm 11 61 am Dundee 0 47 am 4 30 pn 12 25 pee tnrldle U M aw 4 36 pm 12 36 pm Torrent 10 OS dui C4tpI 1l10petI- teatlyvo IJo 10 29 am 611 pm I 16 pi- Tunes10 39 am 6 g pmgg tf1 pat Athoi 10 60 am 6 23 pm Jaokon it SO ann 0 16 pm 4 go p- mwnsrr J3CtfP1 4 z w I No1 I L Na 8 STATIONS Dally ex NoO 8ululay Daily 8unddy Jackson 6 40 ntu 2 2fl pm 6 45 am Athol 0 11 Rill 2 00 jim 0 40 urn Tnllegn 0 10 am 3 01 pin 0 65 ato Heuttyve Jc 0 II nin a 21 pm 8 00 am Torrent 7 02 am 3 47 pun 0 05 am Nat Bridge 7 18 am 41 01 pm 10 00 am Dundee 7 23 aria 4 08 pm 10 10 em Fllion 7 34 um 4 10 pm 10 48 am Stanton 7 48 am 4 80 pm 11 20 am pmIndianai pmWlilchesterAvon 0 01 am 5 40 pm 3 40 pm Lexington 0 30 nin II 0V pm 4 10 tint J II BAlm Gcnl Manager CHAS SCOTT Ucn Pass Agent Rod River Valloy Railway Cos TIME CARD Jtofrnln leaves McCuuNCy at 0 oclock a m connecting with train nt Kotlnrell for Mt Sterling Returning leAVe llothwell at 4 p m JAMES Aptllothwell THE BKST OF 7KSM ALLY 2 LIPPINCOTTS Marrrr lYtAGAZIN Contains a complete novel In 3f7 nnrt w bcr in addition to n large quantltsW tutees and entertaining reading inattpr N eonUnue4 stories teA N otdetfenea1 to aloes It should bo In everytd Vftfc crlptlon 3oo Cr year j r YIhii- J i LQlIXCOTT oonn 1 tit a t ii- r 1t IHILADIL M II I r 11 M 0 1 r f L u tir et o AA ti p 1 4S r 4 5 kk- I kc k- r ks k- x kt ji c hf t 4 kV 1jMp Y d v I k 1 r 7 r f I I I t 4- t I I I I f t r r f i I s- ti 1 4fT J lJI fHE HERALD+ SPENCER COOPER Publisher 31AZEfIBEN s S i s II KY So1 zyOZt I THECARlTHERSl i AFFAIRlgy a WILL Co wlOOSYNOPSIS Mlnard Hcndrlcks great detective jidt returned from Jloiton flnds awaiting him an uflrtgnbd typewritten letter directing him to apartments In 1alaco hotel where lie will find remain of Mr Weldon Caruth rs currently reported for past two wctUa s to bo out of town Detective seems to con meet letter with attempt mado on Ma own life tome time previous Goes with friend Dr Lampkin to Investigate Upon search of Caruthra apartments remains of cro mated body and jeweled hand of victim are found In a vase land bears marks of Stager nalli manicured to sharp points Xxunpftln recalls reports of n row between Caruthcra and Arthur Glclow both miltora tor hand of Dorothy IIiintlnRton uttio Ila kdlres to icvcral million ftlfould IIha murry Onruthcru unconditionally In case of Car ushers death lato that night IhnJrlclcM tend LumpUln call at homo of Mien Hunt inston Dorothy shows detective type written letter which wns an Invitation for herself and nunt to occupy with Count ItMlhnl Italian nobleman his box nt owe Whoa as ho wow oatI cd out of town by precHlnir liunlnciui She recall Qlilow hud expressed before murder IrttenHehatrrii for CaruthLTi nnd believes him guilty yci declOM to help him and with btr aunt cote ti his studio Oillow hni lied Ilia ktrvbot lit nrl tells of oancnaringvonfemt alono Banttnnl Honrlthougbl his mauler insann Ilcndrlrks conceaU 1 In room liNn at thin Ilcndrlckx gore to consult Soma at East Indian Interested In occult rciu4krohH who had helped him In mucfr yrovlcui detective work and locattdlnnr old coloilal mansion among the puIUaiU Dr Lanjpkln IB summoned by Ilepdrlckv who haJu been Shot lluIUt In removed and dctcciHV xnrncd not to len VI his room ItcndrJ hs unknown etumy had tried to ctlorofarru him ItiliU Mecep Ieertlvc had walttrl JUt In time but was wounded by Ittto shot before bo could prevent hi amallint encape Hondrlck has a crema Wry employe wiio not knpwlntr the uctttal purirtto for which he wan wanted pro eecds to dcicrltm with profiimlonnl pride e CoI1mattouI i CIIAirnJU X CONTUNUKO You buta both lillhscd u beitutlfiil tight mnincd Mr Slmpklns When our KttrU rltort opens fur the reception oJ the nropwed bogy thu Interior is- seen f to in perfectly whites like the ii aide of 9 snow cave HO Intense IH thu beat Hut tie inflowing iiir turns It W- a dcllcoje rosluesH that cant be equaled in Italian t kles I have seen people turn awny anti say they rceojj isJzid It nu the only legltlmat gtiewny to tho unseenuniversetlolng nwny us U certainly tines with nil horror of the jfravc null decay- llendricks rained his hand Vot quite KO fast please he said gently You hue made n mistake I hope I nm not dnngoroiuly ill 1 am only confined to my room by a slight Indisposition I may as well come to the point I am n detective mid it lu often nccctipur for me to make Inqui des into different buslncfises amid MA detective the devlll Mr Simp kill blurted out mud he Hushed angrily and reached for his hat My Lord what do you take me rOll Im no de tectlvel I tins to earn meat stud bread for my family You are the second detective that JIM tried to take up my time for nothing Sergeant DlIIJIIUI something came to my IIOIIKC ami because I didnt give up my time nUll tell him nil the tint tool outs of ray business he threatened to lave me up ms on itcconipllcc in that Pelage hotel murder My goshl I sent him about his business in n jiffy Id like to see ny of your gang try it We dont cremate onehanded men for every mur dUel In New YorkI It is plainly n con piracy to bring cremation Into dis repute and If there IIB any law any protection wen trove the benefit of it Hold on keep quiet cautioned lien dricki thrusting his fingers into his vest pocket and producing n 10 bill 1 ijottt want any mutts tune for noth ing If this will pay you for only liven nute more of your time 1 skull be gad and we may part friends I tint a private detective and I hope I dont approach unoffending men with threats when 1 seek information that they have A perfect right to withhold A great and humble change came over Mr Simpkins as he reached for the money II beg your pardon sir he stain tiered TlUa Is the second time Ive been too fast and It youll overlook It Ill do what I can to help you The other fellow had such n lordly air about him and made himself so disagree ableI know him broke In llcndricks and then he turned to Dr Lampkln Please hand me that little card out box on the table Deeply Interested In what was tq fol low the doctor obeyed TaMng the box Ilcndrlcks removed the lid and held the box to Mr SImp 1dna Iii it your opinion that those are the Mthet of a human body such as are pro ivced from the retort of a tegular ere1 jiiltoryT faM iiislWinos teakthe boat t s r tu irUriSCtT Rod looUtd at tine oontCit cloddy jjJ huil the air of P man wh IIwus enjoying himself I askedItook It to the speaker There WM ftllcryc while Mr Snip loins wns focusing the lens on the ashes Then he came away from the window closing the magnifying gloss In my opinion they are not from the retort of n crematory he said though to be honest I would not take oath on it Why are you not posltlvn asked the detective Mr aimpklns brows ran together lo smacked his lips nail mined himself on his toes In pure enjoyment of his wellpaid Importance Because my experienced eye detects traces of the ashes of clothing here- In wellrun crematories such residue Is always fanned away front the pure white or grayish ashes of bone which Is deposited in urns for preservation nut is the ashes of clout may by accident have fallen back Into the boneash I cant be positive Ah I Jlcel said TIcndricks Is tthere nnywny by which one could dJs tingluhh between the ashes from n New York crematory or one In any other oily None tint flniow of sir Well tthat is all and I thank you MrI SlmpkiiiK wild the detective loan tug buck In his chair When tit man had takcii his depart t are Lampkln nskedmCould the murderer have hind the hotly cremated III another city V- Kaslcr tthan here and he had ntnplc1 tune said Ilcndrlcks In the tone of n man in deep and iperplexed thought 4 Ho might have had n little trouble In si Ijiplng the body butt to get the ashes Maple here would be ti vcrvslinph1 thing i would not be Mirprlmd many develop I Client In tills nITnlr There Is one point 1 I I lIngIj I What is thin t 1 asked the doctor dltchI1Yotrltynr rather wnF believed to hoc left cow York tten days before J got my 4TonyninuM note tflling me whore I could find huts rctiinliiH Now If the writer believed tthatI I would get the conllnuulcatlon without delay the ashes worn iu Cnrttthers apartments a week birfo k fat back froinZloston Of course nnl 2 Lampkln III the nu tojiuitle tune of one who speaks before deliberation Then he ejaculated with force Oh you certainly Hut said Ilciidrlcks with strong emphasis on the WlfI1If tho hell scorched demon las had free UOCCHR to my ollec ntjl think hu has lad to ny itinlngrnom then he could hue seen the enmmunlcatlon whioli he had mailed me lying on my desk during my nbKcnce It may really have been port of his plan to have moiled that letter knowing I wouldnt fltt hnce nut for what reason nhedI the dotor To throw me oil the tniok ns to ttime said llcndricks irand the other day that this would prove the chief crime of all my experience I sum now afraid that It mny net tinily be my Waterloo 1 have never dealt with such wonderful tact rind boldness com hind The chief reason for my belcv lax that he was on to my movements Is that riiclow did not leave until the night I discovered the ashes- Ch111Ilah XI Two days liter Ilcndrlcks was de clared able to go down to his afllco lit hUll just Iniuhcd dressing when hit mother rapped on his door You have a visitor in the drawing room said the old ladyfrith a smile 0A visitor grunted the detective impatientlyI I A young lady smiled Mr Hen drlcliK Slit wviild not give her mine but she IS about time prettiest creature I ever saw She IIK dressed in the latest fashion and drove up in her own cur riagellemlrleKs turned tpilckly timid Iliiflied slightly Pull ami slender erect walks like n queen golden brown hair mind heavy eyebrows over eyes like Yes 1 think it in Mss Hunttngtnn wild firs llendrlckK when his fund of adjectives was exhausted She IK vorv iiixlous to see you Tell her Ill be right down raid Hcndrlcks She is just the person I wanted to MC- A moinoit later whrn he entered the little drawingroom lie found heiress standing near a window thcjj I am afraid I shall be n great truder on your time site began as she tool his hand In the cordial clasp of which there WOK n vague reassurance but I have been to your ofllcc three times hoping to fluid you In Hcndricks cleared hits throat lie was really shocked nt the alteration In her grentlustrollswhich there was no sign of blood I nm certainly glut you came he raid leading her ton comfortable chair I would have been pleased to have met youto have come to you but I have been confined to myroom bye slight In disposition So the office boy told me cried Miss huntington and I was no sorry If there IIs any way in which I can serve you I would be delighted to d4 U- laId Jltadricks sitting Iowa tear her Tim girl took a deep breath and when she spoke her voice vibrated with the importance of her mission I went to my lawyers Howell nnd Oarney last Monday I told them I wanted to employ them mill that I was really if necessary to spend every cent of my inheritance In Mr Qielcws be half T ey of course were glad to tender theit services but when I told them of your politeness to me the other night and that something seemed to tell me you would help me if It lay in your power they declared at on c that you could simply do anything yon wished And then they told me they had been reading the papers and had not noticed that you were employed on thu ease by the pollee and said if 1 could retain you I ought to do it at once Hcndricks bowed and smiled uncom fortably I do not exactly understand he said slowly III dont exactly see how anybody at this stage could aid Mr Glelow until we know more of the mrttter The lawyers agree with me replied the heiress Ithat he ought to he found mud brought hack by his fi lends and not wait till the police arrcit him Oh Anti Hendricks exclamation showed that he was still in the dark- II happen to know sonic things that you are unaware of hastily added Miss Huntington and my lawyers agreed that If we could possibly retain you with what 1 know we could help n little 1 am willing to let you name your own price Hcndricks sat up In his chair and1 crossed his feet Wed never quarrel over money mat hers Miss lluntinglon amidas I am not employed by the other side I pledge myself to your cause A glow of color faintly tinged the hitherto bloodless face of the heiress on mire so ootlshe said in a- 1uskyoice 1 know you will do rll that can be done and my lawyers think if we could get him to come back volun tarily nnd give himself up that we might be able to prove that he was in sane Insane cried Ilendrick his sur prise driving away his timidity- II am going too fast said the girl plaintively I have not told you all Htl TOOK THE DOX TO THE WINDOW and my lawyers advised me to do so as soon as you promised to join us We know that It would be folly to try to prove that he did not kill Mr Cam there for Mr Ilrndrichs lie actually con fessed it to his servant nllllli have souse thing else that puts it out of the ques tion to doubt Henris worda letter from Mr Gielow himself In It ho tick no vledges the deed A letter train h11l11 exclaimed Hen dricks Yrs and In It there are absolute proofs of unKotindncFs of mind Oh Mr llcndrlckfc It drives me wild to think that I have brought him to It mud that he may die for what he is morally accountable My lawyers admit that It mny be dinicult to prove his Insanity but theysay It is our only chance and that we ought to begin our work nt sire Hendricks contracted his brows and shrugged his shoulders tI May I see the letter Miss Huntington produced it from her pocket nod eyed him ns lie primed it It inn him follow CrinrirMon S C Dec A tor Doretny Wlori you vet this you wH htivo heard of tin inunvr of Caruth or Go U Ire to the two ard malc IIc4I tell yen cf my ccrfc lon Toil him I want him to testify against me as I wish no one oleo to bo Implicated In thu slightest I regret what I have done but It Is too lato for regrets now 1 sail from thbi town tomorrow for a foreign port to begin life anew Forget me and all the trouble I have brought on you I had one truo friend In New York besides yourtvlf It It Count Itantlnnl Ho suspected that I was thinking of perpetrating a crime and plead with mo almost on his knees but I would not listen to reason I was crazy from all I confessed to Henri and the countlit tho studio The count tried to persuade mo to turn myself over to the police but I eluded him and got away 1 have been reading stories of crime and detection and that coupled with my trouble turned my plantorIn Its very boldness Iciy detoctlon I oven wrote a letter to Mr Mlnard Hendricks to cause him to think the crime Was commit ted by a personal enemy of hU but at tho srlThatARTHUR OIELOW Dont yon see that It is the letter of aa issue Bjann asked the heiress bet eagcY gaze rcsMny on the face oe the detective as be lowered the lettn1tI- tl not ut all like him Is it his hand 1 asked lIeu lwks his broad brow still wrinkled Undoubtedly I kuow his handwrit ing well ice his name is written ex uctly as he signs his drawings Hcndricks glanced ut the signature his mind wandering to other things We must submit it to u handwriting export ho said 1 know u grapholo gist who lens never made a mistake Will you kindly send me something else that he has written and will you let me retain this- Certainly answered the girl then she nerved herself to ask timid hear time reply to a lending question Do you doubt his insanity Mr llcndricks The detective put the letter iu Its en velopeI seen nothing in albs letter to Indicate insanity on the part of Glelow Jit said after a moments pause You dont Well it is not at all such a letter ns he would have written If himself besides you have only to hear Henri describe how he acted when he confessed to the murder to know than he was Insane tint night Hcndricks smiled I was behind a screen in the studio when you and your commit came In that night I heard Henris description Miss Huntington shrank back white andstartledYou slur gasped mind then while Hendricks was nodding with Ithe slow movement of a toy donkeys head slit added And and you still see no proofofof insanity t- II must say that 1 do Iiotj was the deliberate reply The girl sat motionless It was as if hu had deprived her of her last hope Her great eyes seemed to expand Then mime raised her gloved hands half wtiyto her eyes nnd held them there ns she said You must believe him out of his mind Look nt the address on tint en velope He has directed it to meat the general delivery Charleston S C He knew I was not there Surely you set f noticed that remarked Hendricks when he saw she was going no further And T also saw that the envelope bore the postmark of n railwaythe Atlantic Coast line The letter was mailed on tIe train You see that road runs from New York to Charleston and from this postmark It would be tMflicult to prove whether a letter wern mailed on the train of that road near Nerv York or rear Charleston I cant possibly see what you mean said the heiress helplessly If the letter hn rorgeryexplained HentJricks the writer of it would dc sire two things strongly First he would want it to bear the Charleston j ON t mark to guarantee the belief that It came from that place and second he would want you to get It Non how would a man without a confederate in Charleston clllln gaining his point If this letter is forced the writer of it IIft nn experienced villain for ho lcnowt Mint tit government PflIntHltR post monsters nailing letters sent in them for that purpose It was found to be nn avenue for much secret rascality so n law wan passed prohibiting it Well we will grant for Hit sakoof argument tint this forger 11lt w that so what did he do lint direct thin letter to you lit Charleston and thru drop n note to the Charleston postmaMfr requesting him in your name to forward your mall to your street timid in ivbcr I am confi dentl there Is somethln rhady about it fur us you cant see from the postmark nearly two days elapTd before ft reached Charleston as Is howu by the postmark of that nlllce So you will set that I have good reasons for belier Ing tit letter was mailed finr New YorkYou must pnnnn me said Nflns Iluntlngton the languid largeness of I or eyes accentuating her riigpnir but as I cannot believe it iIS not Mr fiiolowi writing 1 am tumble to enter into your deductions Slit hind risen mind llcndricks held out his handIf will post me the specimen of lis handwriting nt once Ill promise tu tell you something more definite nn Bonn ns I see Prof WcMcott the handwriting expert I will send it to your olllce at onc she replied despondently Hcmlrlcks went to the window nod pIllI from showing her motion As she nos crowing the pavement she swayed to one side and he thought she would full hill she regained herself stepped firmly I into her carriage anti was drives homeward Poor girl he muttered When I agreed to take the case she was almost happy but now she has lost heart entirely It I had told the poor little wo inn u what I half suspect she would not sleep a wink tonightT- O BE CONTINUED Two Households Mrs Ilcnrtsore Yen It Ijust keeps myllenrhappenDoesMrs Cheery Indeed he doesnt Iit packedhImy have anything worse tip t4odiy eIubtv NY Weekly IBetter Be Wiseii Than Rich r theyknonapcrfect d kidneysliuer C saparilla which is perfect in its ac lionso regulates the entire system as to bring vigorous health L7oodi8a4it4 An Ariciinient defenrethrilledGentlemen of the jury he cried you cannot believe the prisoner to be the cool calculating villain the prosecution would make him out to lid 11 ere he cool nod cal culating would he have murdered his wife ns he is accused of doing Would he not rather here spared lice in order that ehe might be here at this trial to weep for him tcuraJOnlyassist the ends of justice Detroit Journal Cieiitnu How is it Wilkin over there looks EC sweltering1Ahi e old papers he is reading Well they contain hlimnlverytime below5 iceChiugolivening I Big ttiur IJtrtfVly NpitnUhAnierl ran Win Junoritmii Contains ICO superb halftone engraving IIIYillSpmtiti and American Gunboats Cuba Ha vana Manilla JimUcnpc Architecture shoos the manners ami customs of the peo- plcl of our new Islands Pictures of our lit rots Dewey General Charles King known as Cajit Charles King theuiiUior Wheeler SehmleyShafter ShipsLilleI LastIratcwell JuanJlariilluManilla TIll Album is ilxS inches wcigui 12 paperSentStates Canada or Mexico for 112 cents in stamps or coin to cover postage amid pack ng Copy may iIn seen at any ticket ollio of the Big Four Koiite Order at once as the edition iis limited UcneralIaItoute I Cincinnati I Ohio Marl envelope VarAlbumP- 111Iti1MM Ainliltlon Did you see that pale young man calling out Cash at the rib Jon counter Yes Fatesatvfrilly funny Fometimc Ten year ago when we were boys together hits one ambition was to he a mighty hunter and catch lions with a lassoKerlin Md Her ail Inlcriutllonul NHIVKIIIIIH HajilUt Vnimc Iriiplnk Inioi iif Aiuorjitu- Hiehnuinil Vn JulyI Pita 10 I II the C HsC ID Ivy will with n rnlo of ono fare for the round tripe good golrtf July 11 12 anti III good returniug Irani Itielimoiid tint Inter than July ill Uy ilcioili ticket with joint npeiii on or before July Ul timid I iivnicnt of ta rents return limit mny 1m extended to leave ltilUlIoulillut Inter than Aiifii t IIfs Istiti Sno C H C U 1I01ltli for inforiudtlon tdrX tI She hall a re 11111 knblc voice rhIHCnInNo wonilT She used to call a lopping camp to dittm Cleveland lain Dealer To use u mild In One Par- Take Laxative Hromn Qiiliiim Tublcts Alt ilrufrgiRtsivfunil money ifit fuill tl cure 2oc It is not creditable fur tiny girl to have rvinl yiuiig men on the suing Atch xun i IIc I I7om 9l1rs Sitnier to 77rs PzkhClm tETTtR TO MRS FINKIIAU NO G2111 One year ago lust Juno three doctors gnvo mo up to tile und as I bnd nt different times used your Vegetable Compound with good results I hind too much faith in it to die until I hud tried It again I n Its apparently an Invalid was confined to my bed for ton weeks I bcliovo my trouble was ulceration oC wombAfter taking four bottles of tho C npounl1 and wing some of tho Liver Tills and Sanative Wnsh nt the cm of two months I had greatly improved and Weighed 15 poundsI when I never bcforu weighed over 18 Lyillu G Pinklmms Vegetable Compound is thu best medicine I ever used and I recommend into nil my friends Mns ANA EVA GuNTun ISSVILLS aio Mrs liurnliarr Enjoys Life Onco More 4 Dan Mns IINIUlAUI had been sick ever since my marriage seven years ago have given birth to four children nnd hind two miscarriages I pnlnsinnervous trembling of tho stomach Now 1 have none of these troubles and can enjoy my life Your medicine has worked wonders for meMims St BAnNiiAitT NEW CASTLE PA 1leaae 8010 DM V v T i N t sit +Lh- r u h I C c 1 1 5 c- r o II = =t o = i f ii era f M 1 1 l v l THE MISSION OF ART A Potent Factor In Uplifting the Human Race Jr Tnlmnuo Prrnchra on the inns dice of 1lrainnt Picture le- the Ueveloiutent ut Churl tlUA Clinrneter Copyright 1SW by Iouli Klopsch Dr Talmngc shows in this dlscours liovv nrt may become one of the rjnightiest agencies for the elevation and salvation of the human racelhe text IH Isaiah 21216 Tlie day of the Lord of HostH Hhall be upon all pleasant pictures Pictures arc by some relegated to tin realm of the trivial accidental Hcntl mental or worldly but my text chows Hint God scrutinizes pictures anti whether they are good or hud whether used for right or wrong purposes is n mutter of Divine observation and ar rnlgnnient The divine mission of pic tares is my subject Tint tin artists pencil and the engravers knlfu Iliac omctinics been made subservient to the kingdom of the bad is frankly ad jnittcd After the ashes nosh scoria were removed from llereulaneum and 1ompeiiI the walls of those cities ills covered to the explorers a degradation In art which cannot be exaggerated Satan and ull his imps have ul +rays wanted the lingering of thienselIhvv would rather hove possession of that than the art of printing for types an not so potent and quick for evil as pie tares The powers of darkness tliinl they have gained u triumph and they liave when in some respectable parloi or piibllt art gallery they can hang II canvas embarrassing to the good but fascinating to the evil It IK not In a spirit of prudery hilt hacked up by Codsi eternal truth when 1 soy that you have no right to hung in your art rooms or your dwelling houses that which would be offensive to goorll people if the lll ores pictured were alive in your parlor and the guests of your household A picture that you have to hong in a somewhat secluded place or that in a public hall you cannot w ithn group of friends deliberately stand lie lore and discussought to have a knife tlthhllI lnlti It III tthe top lnul tul clear through to the bottom and a stout lin ger thrust in oa the right side ripping clear through to the left Iliuy the elder lost his life by going tray enough to see the iusidu of Vesuvius and the farther you eon stand oil from tit liiirning crater of slit the inter Never till the books of the lust day are opened hall we molts what has horn Itindin harvest of evil pictorials and imhicoiii ing art galleries Despoil a tunas 1m ngination ami he becomes a mere ear cass The show windows of Kngllbh and American slues in + hiuh the low theaters hUH sometimes hung lung lines of brazen actors and actresses III Myle insulting to all propriety hays made a broad path to death for multi tidies of people lint so have till the other arts lleeii at tints suborned of evil How lots music been bedraggled IK there any place so low down in ills soluteness that into It has not hero car ried Davids harp and Handels organ and inttschalks piano and Ole Hulls violin tad the flute which though named after so insignificant a thing as the Sicilian tel which lugs Mven spots on the side like llnte hobs yetI for thousands of years has hind an exalted mission Architecture born in the heart of Him who made the worlds un der its arches toil across its floors what bacchanalian revelries tune been en acted What a poor world this would be If it WCIK not for whoa my text calls pitas ant pictures I refer to your memory and tail when I ask If your knowledge of the Holy HerlpMms has not hart mightily augmented by the wood rats or engravings in the old fanny Iiblc which father and mother rend out of and laid on the table in the old home stead whets you were boys and girls The Itlble scenes whirl we all carry III our minus were not got from Ithe Bible pictures1atin oilier day I took up the old family HlIllllIlIlIghhratI I cobs ladder was exactly the Ili Isle en gravings of Jacobs ladder and so with Kamtion carrying olT the gales of iaxa Kllsha restoring the Sit Onnntuites thu massacre of the innocents Christ blessing little children the crucifixion nnd the lust judgment My idea of nil CII1IUlugll read a word That is true with nine opentiroJ 1 that you are walking picture galleries The great intelligence abroad about the Bible did not come front the general IIII1JolIlfread it nt all but all the sacred scenes have been put before the great masses and not printers ink hilt the pictorial art must have the credit of the achieve ment First painters pencil for Un favored few and then engravers plate ar wood cut for mlllionn on millions What overwhelming commentary on potrlarchs what distribution of Scriptural know edge of all nations In the paintings and lohnanJfunts1eroneses Mngdulen WOhhlng the thelrchnugel oftlllAngelosPlaguetorettos Flight Into Egypt Ruben Dnlncllpf Sheba Uelllnls Madonna ut Ml Inn Orcagnas Lust Judgment am hundreds of miles of pictures if they were put In line Illustrating display lug dramatizing Irradiating Bible truths until the Scriptures me not to day so much on paper ns on canvas tot ko much In Ink as In all the colors of the spectrum In ISM forth from Struts burg formany then came a child that was to eclipse in speed nud boldnesi anything and everything that the world had ever seen since the first color ap peared on the liknt the creation Paul Cnslnve Dore At 11 years of age he published marvelous lithographs of his own Saying soothing of what lie did for Miltons Paradise Loslamblaon hag it on the attention of the world hi takes up tilt bunk of books the mon arch of literature the Hible nnd In Isis pictures The Creation of Light 1hn Trial of Abrahams Faith Ilio Hitrlal of Sarah Joseph Sold h by Ills Hrclh rent lit ltrnxcn Serpent Hoax and Until David and lollath Thc ir titstigulratiolillne Marriage in- tana Ha by Ion Fallen and 15 Scrip turn l scenes in all wit Ira boldness ami n grasp and almost supernatural af llatiis that matte tilt heart throb and the brain reel and the tears start and the cheeks blanch std the entire nature quake with the tremendous Ithings of od and eternity and the dead I ac tually staggered duvet the steps of the London art gallery under the power of bores Christ Leaving till Iritetori urn Profess you to hen Christian nun or woman and see no divine missionI in art and acknowledge you no obligation either in thanks to Cod or nun The world and till lhllllh ought to come to thet higher ifTprcclaI ion of the DivineI mission of pictures yet the au I thors of them have gemrally bets left to seinistarvatlon West the great pointer toiled in uuapprcclatlon till beluga great spatter whilcoii the ice In formed the acquaintance of Ccn Howe of the lnglish army who through coming lo admire WIll I as a steers slater gradually cant to appreciate as much that which he accomplished by his hand as by Isis heel PoussiuI the mighty jminUir was pursued and hail nothing with whirl to defend himscll againstI Hit nub but the artists port folio which lie held over Isis head to keep off the stones hurled at him The pictures of nilhard Wilson of lnglnnd were sold for fabulous sums of money after his death but till living politer was glad to get for his Alcyone a piece of Stilton cheese From train to 10K there wets IHOO pictures willfully destroyedI In the reign of Queen Iaizahrih It WIII tit habit of sonic 11111 pie to spend much of their time in knocking pictures to pieces In till reign of Charles I It was ordered hf parliament that all pictures of Christ bit burned Painters were so buddy treated and humiliated in this beginning of the eighteenth century tier they wen lowered clear down out of till sublimity of their art and obliged to give accounts of what they did with their colors The eldest picture in England a por traiti of Chaucer though now of great value was picked out of a lumicr gar ret Crept5 wen the IrialIIf Jncntin Matsys who toiled on fron black smiths anvil till as n painter hI won wide recognition The first mission 1I1I1i l0 1lrxit5 mgde thl fatal ndstuks of destroying pictures for the loss of which suit and religion must stir la went Itnt why go so fin Lurk when In this year of our Lord to be a painter ex cept In ring exception means poverty laud neglect poorly fed poorly clad poorly housed because poorly appre ciated l When I hear a man is a painter I have two feelings suns of admirationI I for tin greatness of his soul and the other of commiseration for the nerds of his body Hut so it has been In till de partments of noble work Sonic of the might lest have Ihorn hardly bestead Oliver Goldsmith hind such a big patch on his snot over the left breast that when hi went anywhere he kept his lint in his hand closelyI pressed over the path The world renowned HMiop Asbury had a salaryof Q5i a year Palnters are not the onlyI ones who liner endured the lack of appreciation Let men of wealth take under their patron age the Buffering men of art They lift no complaintt they make no strike for higher wages lout with a keenness of nervous organlallon which almost al trgiys charactcrles genius these artists suffer more than anyone hue lod can rcnlixe There needs to ben concerted effort for the suffering artist of America not sell timental discourse about what we owe to artists but contracts tint will give them livelihood for I am In full sympathy with the Christian farmer who was very busy gathering his fall apples and some one asked hint to pray for a poor fatally the father of which load broken his leg and the busy farmer said 1 cannot stop nosy to pray but you con go down into the cellar nnd get some corned beef and butter and eggs and potatoes that IU all I can do now Artists may wish for our prayers but t they also want practical help from men who cnn give them work You have heard scores of sermons for nil other kinds of suffering men nnd women but we need sermons that make pleas for the suffering men nnd women of Amer lean art Their work Is more true to nature and life than some of the mas terpieces that have become Immortal on the other side of the sea but It Is the fashion of Americans to mention foreign artists and to know little or nothing about our own Copley and Allston and Inman and Ireenough and Kensctt ret the affluent fling out of their win dows and Into the back yard valueless daubs on canvas nnd cull in these splen did but unrewarded men and tell them to adorn your walls not only with that which shall please the taste but en large the minds and improve the morals and save the souls of those who gaze upon them All American cities need great galleries of art not only open nn nually for n few days on exhibition hilt which shall stand open all the yens round and front early morning until ten oclock at night nnd free to all who would come told go What a preparation for the wear and tear of the slay a five minutes look In the morning nt some picture that will open n door into some larger realm than that In which our population dally drudges Or what a good thing the half hour of artistic opportunity on the way home In the evening front exhaustion that demands recuperation for mind cad soul as well as body 1 Who will do for Ithe city where you live what W W Corcoran did for Washington and what others have shuns for Philadelphia and lloston and Now York Men of wealth if you are too modest to build and en dow such a place during your lifetime why nut go to your Iron stilt and tnkn out your last will and testament and make a codicil that shall build for the city of your residence a throne for American art Take some of Ilia money that would otherwise spoil your children and build an art gallery that shall associate your name forever not only with the great masters of painting who are gone but with the great mas hers who fur ttrying to lheo11dunlsotvia the admiration and Live of tens of thou sands of people who unable to have flits pictures1 of ttheir own would be ad vantaged Jly your benefactions build your own monuments and not leave it to thus whim of others Some of the best people sleeping in ireenwond have 110 monuments lit all or some crumbling stones that in a few years wit Irk the rain wash out name sash epitaph while soni men whose sheath was thus abate ment of a nuisance have a pile of Aber deen granite high enough lot asking and eulogies enough to embarrass a seraph Oh mint of large wealth in JoitlllIlof1IIIill to thus whist of others your monumental commemoration nnd ipltaphology to be looked at when peo isle arc going to surd fro lit this burialIIlit others build right down in this heart of our great citynr the city where you live an immense her readingroom or a fret musical conservatorV or a hen art gallery the niches for sculpture and the walls abloom with the rise and fusel of nations and lessons of courage for the disheartened and ret fur the weary and lift for the dead and 110 years from now you will be wielding influence in this world for good How much better Ithan while marble thirst shills you If you put your hand on It when you touch It In till cemetery would be a monument in colors In beaming ryes in living possession In splendors which under the chandelier would lie glowing and warm and looked at by strolling groups with cata logue in hand on the January night when the necropolis whirrs the body sleepy is all snowedI under As tin iiuyof Ih1IIIIIIIf liosls ae eonllii Iu this text will ncrutitilt the pictures I implore till pit rent to wi that in their households they into neither in book our newspaper nor mi canvas anything that twill deprave Pictures an no longer this rxdusivn possession of the nlllncnt There i out n respectable home In these Iltlls that hiss tint specimens of woodcut or steel engraving If out of painting am1 your whole fondly will fret the moral uplift lug or depression Have nothing on your wall or in honks licit will familiar 1 ixc the young withi I scene of cruelly and wassail have only Ilouse sKctehe innle by artists in elevated moods and none of those scenes that seem tin product of artisticI delirium tremeiiM htet tires tire tint only u strong lust n universal I language The human race Is divided Into almost as ninny linigu0gias tiiero are nations but the pictures may speak to people of all tongues Vohipuk many hints hoped withI I little reason would become a worldwide language hut the pictorial is always a worldwide Ian guage and printersI types have no em phasis compared with it We ray that children arc loud of pictures but 110 tice any man when he token uin hook and you will see that the first thing he looks at is the pictures Have only those in your house that appeall to thu better nature One engraving has sonic times decided nr eternal destiny Ln der the title of fine iirtn there hove come here front France a class of pictures which elaborate argument hiss tried to prove irreproachable They would dis grace n barroom and they need lo be confiscated Yotr children will carry the pictures of their lathers house with them clear onto the grave nnd passing that marble pillar will tak thuiq through eternity y- P4 j 4i y MANUFACTURING AW ISSUE DixlKlnir Tactic of the n i ulillenH- vAttHniionnirnt of the 1rlncjple el Self OovcrwtMCBU The republicans we are told wll hold a series of conferences to discuss nut only the house cauciii scheme of currency reform but nil the different projects of financial reform witli a view to the creation of n gen eral financial volley for the next srs aloe of congress The importance of this we are told will be seen at once when it Is remembered that any legislation on the currency at the next session will necessarily become an Issue before the national conventions anti In tint presil dential campaigns of next summer Yes this will be seen at once by peo pie who have not seen It before What Is more suggestive is the fact that It has been foreseen ever since MeKlnley was inducted into office amid that everything like a serious attempt at currency reform has been deliberately postponed to the last hour The currency question was the one upon which the last presidential elec tion turned It was the burning issue of the campaign of ISOil yet it has been persistently dodged ever since In stead of urging currency reform at the outset McKlnley called an extra ses sion of congress before he was fairly warm in Ids seat to give the country a tariff worse than the one which bore his name and he relegated the currency question to n back seat in the top gill lery and liar kept It there ever since This WIIH about as deliberate an in sult an he could offer to till men with out whose votes by his own ndmlsslon he could never have been elected He dill precisely that towhich thedcmocnits who supported him directlyor indi rectly were most opposed and made no effort tu do that which they wished to have done and fur the sake of which they Hiindered old party tits Now another presidentialI election is approaching and till leaders of tin Me IKlnley parly url holding long confer ender for the purpose of tiuaiu us net sir hug a currency issue fur tin coming campaign They maulfcsllyI I have no intention of settling the question nnd taking it out of national polities as it ought to be Their intention evidently is to patch up Souls colorless measure suit of which they hope to get nn issue through indiscreet democratic opposi Linn Hut it is farthest from their pur pose to do anything decisive and din pose of the eunsncy I1tlIlluIIIIIIIIIIIIII lieu likely to be tidal The fact that they have lout noth ing all this lluu HiinicleutlyprovcH that they do nut cart to do anything Tlry are mortally afraid to fare the peojlc squarely on the issue of imperialism the abandonment of the fundamental principles upon which the republic is based as enunciated in the Declaration of Independence till principle of self fovernuciitI They arc mortally afraid to meet tits people on the question of the Will of subjugation which ban been waged full four mouths wad which ap parently him just begun in which our soldiers tine requiredI not only to shoot down people whose only crime is that of our revolutionary folios but to shoot to death that very doelrincof self government which until nuts Inns al ways born that in which Americans hints most gloried and fur which they have been ready to lay down their lives Ifcaring to meet the Ipeople on this this most vital ISSIM which lass appeared slues the revolution of I77i the repub lican leadirn are hoping to get then ivlldly excitednuse more over an empty Lurrency issue and they trust to Hie fully of the Democratic leaders to help them on with that vicious enterprise Chicago Chronicle Tlio lul ii ri of Mnrlt Iliuitin- Hnnna is to be acountcd one of the nost potent influences probably the limitI putout influence In the govern iiciil as long as McKlnlcy IK president Vhetlitr he has attained anything be ynnsl this Is more open to question tVc see no proof of his Influence in the caste upside from what this affords hits He has certninly taken no lead ing position III debate there We find lim neither originating nor connecting his name with tiny Important question of public policy His fellow senators do ant refer to him any further than he IH supposed to represent President Me ICinley President McKinlcys own course upon public questions hiss been negntiveI or tentative according to the native lent of Isis mind He hUH never pot forward tiny volley through Ilanna mill Hanna ins apparently no policy of his own with symptoms of enterprise in it on this currency or the foreign affairs of the currency There IB bvioiiH reason why his should be reticent on thin of trusts 1k stands in the senate solely an thin reputed con liliint of McKinley and In his attitude lit Is not enterprising1 We see no in Ilcation thirst he isl to be n p m r in cpubllcan politics nfter MeKinley leaves the official stage llonton Tier ail The intention of the republican members of the finance committee lo 5 nlil heir confereneo in New York he ifml closed loom In oaly another twg icstion of how little there will be for Use public in the entire currency re theutlmluJrbutJonI i t- k =p IN THE HAKDS 01 HPQILSKSB l ri aiticnt MeKialcr Makes r lM Mesi of the CIVU 8erVl c Matter After months of shivering on 4k brink President McKlnley lias finally taken the plunge The order modifying tho civil service restriction fq auto exempt a large number of bMcM front the classified service wasapnrdved in cabinet meeting the other day ant will be signed and promulgated Nt BOOH as BOIUQ changes have been effected The number taken out from under the protection of the civil service rulet nnd thrown to bo scrambled for by the spoilsmen la not so large n 8 originally demanded and there will bo great dlx npoplntmcnt In consequence Nevertheless It IH no alight percentage of thu whole number In the classified serv ice Out of 05000 offices now In ne classified list 1000 are to be withdraw being n little over six per cent of the whole Pour thousand offices are not enoflgi to go around the anxious nnd hungry expectants nnd three tunes that num bur of office seekers will bo disappoint ed tumid angry Hut there may bo more before long If the pressure upon tho president Is kept up Thu Important thing IH that the line of civil service protection have been broken down nt one point It Is tho first breach thirst counts Hitherto there hint been n steady building up and strengthening of tho civil service de fenses row n part IIIIH been broken down and that will weaken all tho rest President McKlnloy IIIIH taken n step which he may have cause to regret Ho may have strengthened himself with the spoils politicians but hu huts wean erred his hold on the thinking people of his awn party and funs deeply grieved thousands of independent citizens who voted for him sifter his acceptance of life platform which declared The civil service law was placed upon the statute book by thu republic un party which him alwayn BUtulncd It and we renew our repented declara ions that It shall be thoroughly anti honestly enforced nnd extended wherever practicable Jt lIs n republican president elcotedon that platform pledged tlllt and who In ills inaugural said HeformH InI tho etch service must go oti whohiss re stricted instead of extended the opera tions of the civil service law nnd who hiss effected a retrogression In civil service reform when he had promised that It should go on Where is thus MeKinley backbone Cleveland Ilain Dtnhi- uPARAGRAPIIIC POINTERS Democrats who want to porn a resolution against ttrusts will find the plunk In the Ohio republican platform neatly exptcrrelSt Louis Jlcpubltc un The apologies for tho presidents blow at the civil service low guru so lauuo as to Indicate that the presidents best friends reallu that he has rondo a bud blunder Atlanta Journal If President McKlnleys new civil service order IH right It ought to have been Issued two years ago If It UI wrong it ought not to have been Issued at all With characteristic vacillation Mr McKinley has taken just the right course to show that hu la doing what ho believes to be wrong Albany Ar gus Now that the republicans of Ohio in convention assembled have olllclal lly riled MrI McKluley with Abraham Lincoln there visit be no longer any rea son for Lincolns ohlcnt and best friends In the party like Sherman lour and IMinumlH to have nay opinions of their own about thus administration Colum bus 0 PressPost The most amusing defense of Me Klnleys backsliding on civil nervlce re form I is the claim that he yielded pur llally to the spoilsmen in order to keep Ithem from overthrowing the entire merit system but of course tilt will not wash McKinley had no reputable motive whatever in dishonoring his Own word breaking Ills promise and re pudiating the platform of his party Ho was actuated either by cowardice or elMntcrest and tints sill there Is to It Memphis CommercialAppeal A year or two ago when the farmer was tat enjoying Isis present degree of prosperity the inunufncturers of ag ricultural machinery never thought of organizing lisle a trust and Increasing the prices of their goods the farmer did not have motley then and It was not thought worth while toIIWOrk him lint no sooner lOCK he become coHdly prosperous than It occurs to the 1 manufacturers of farm machinery tha IncrensjtheirI Tribune jfifc Hanna has done mush for Mo president He paid his personal djjfta lie bought nnd coaxed and bulllcdiinft lonnl convention Into nomtnattngwlm lie debauched Urn electorate of ntfozvii stales to land lane in tho whlt noustv nut In doing all this Unlmo hartlnlgotten to cxcrcUrr hubs right ojQwuur hJji He tins pledged ands tKlnley unit redeemed He has brhpaudAJcu Iinley has IwlJlcc1 to deliv hu goods lIe has been till clearing Shsttivee a l- ll McKinley and the pout h 1i ouriiul Jfi74iXsr it h y n p t t rUfa 1 Y d j rFR r 1j t i i a 3 it- ss I w 4 T rt rm t htA rl t I w i 5 t ts J e I 1 I I I tJ t JtI E I Ii I 1r I i I r I 1 I II I tiY wI wId wII V 4 t t YI c H ltd1 L FIEtX1 D BPENOER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY October 101800 w t FOR GOVEltNOl1II WILLIAM A GOE1JLE of Kenton County I FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR J J C W BECKHAMof I ron ATTORNEY GENERAL RJimEOKINIUDGK of Boylo County I ron AUDITOR GUS COULTER of Graves County FOR TREASURER 8 W HAGERII of Boyd County iron SECRETARY OF 8TATK CALEB BRECKINR1DGE HILL of Clark County FOR COMMISSIONER OF AQUIOULTUUE I B NALL of Jofforson County FOR BUPT or punuo INSTRUCTION II V MoClLESNEY of Livingston County FOR IHCPHE8KNATIVK OlBT DIST JOS P ROSE of Wolfo County FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER coil A W HAMILTON of Montgomory County Cola 0 W JKNNINCJB a distin guishod onkor will Bponk horo iin tho intoroflts of Truo Doinoorncy and tho Brown tiokot according to tho bills wo HOO posted AVot know nothing of Mr JenningsI whatever nUll wo think tho causoI ho ospoiiBos is nlruudy n lostono but nt tho snide timo tho citizensI of IInzol Croon and vicinity shouldl give him n rospootful hearing andJl iit is hoped ho may lie greeted by n good audience SENATOR HANNA oh his arrive1l from Europe stated it as his opin ion that tho monarohial govorn mont of England was as good as tho government of this country That may bo so under tho govern anon tof MoKinloybut theroarostillI ft number of Americans who believe that our system of govornmont iis far suporior to that of any stun archy whon tho Constitution andl tho Declaration of Independence are taken ns tho guido of our rul ere HANNA doos not liko a DOWDY poultioo put on tho presidentiall boilit draws to woll for Mark y harmonyfwopliinkr 3yw ti BUDGET OF NEWS Mr MoKinloy would shield Admiral Dowoy from tho slightest political windn q 0 Tho British temperament may 1 bo slow about seeing a joko but it can spot gold mines u thouinud j milos away o to o Tim Filipinos will bo capnblq rI Holfgovornmont long bofare they are ready for citizonihip in tho United States o- o 0ITho Administration organs nt last say openly that nothing will ho Bono to avert war in tho Trans vaal that would bo disagreeable to l tnt1tlc0I I Tim President should familiarize t himself with tho groat truths sot forth in tho Declaration of IndoI pondonco told apply them to his policy o o 0 Admiral Dowoy will sooner or I later como to rocognizo tho fact that a slight shako of the head will generally save a hard shako of tho hand o o o Nobody has yot proposed LhoJJ erection ofn triumphal arch for Otis though tho people would doubtless bo glad to erect a dozen if thu President would only order him honor 4 o o 0 Senator Ilanna has begun his scramble for funds quito early this 4 campaign lie in now giving tho 4 federal ofHceholdors points on 4 prosperity and how they can host 4 retain it- o 4 o o It would scout that by this timo Mr McKinloy must understand tho popular fooling regarding tho seandalousNnvy Department treat mont of the mUll who smashed the Dons at Santiago o o o President McKinloy points with prido to our increase of territory as isi it was duo to him hut fails to mot + tionthoincrease in thonalinnnl revenue taxes and tho iincrease in tho number of trustsa o a The trip of the President and his Cabinet through the west has already proved to bo a political stumping tour The spochos of all the Cabinet ministers have boon direct appeals for political sup port- o a o Although Senator Ilanna howled that it was insulting to Dewey to talk about him for tho Presi dopey it may bo stated positivoly that Ilanna was not tho insulted party whoa ho was outdo senator u o o If the Republican candidate for governor of Ohio was placed on record against trusts by his platform while Senator Ilanna cannot see anything bad about thorn thuro would appear on tho face of things to bo some lack of harmony bo tween those two Ohio statesmen a a o That quotation from tho Presi dents speech about No stop backward on civil service would have made an appropriate caption for tho blackmailing circular sent out by tho Ohio Republican com mittoo to till federal ollico hold era 0 ft u- LnBtfallKopublicnnorgnniznlionH solo circulars to postmnstors iin many states but tho Postmaster Qonoral ordorod all Postmasters to put up in thoir onicos a notice toI i employes that they need not con tribute and would not bo molested 1if they failed to do so Npv that tho Ohio Republicans aro asking assessments this fall will tho Postmaster General repeat his I order I I Our pool and artist loft town for Canoy on Thursday whoro ho will do a job of painting Wilson seems to bu in grout demand as ho is n practical pain tor and his terms re always livo and lot livo prices Our poot has loft oft writing son timontal verses us roadors will now obwrvo that ho iIt splurging in politicalI ode nail says all can didates look alike to him Sarah I oman hold tho lucky untnber which drow the boauti ful parlor lamp at tho drawing on Trieidav afternoon at tho store of John M Rose Miss llnrgorot Patrick of John on county and Bliss Ltuim Wilson of Oilmort+ wero shopping in town on Tuosdny 1 Coughed 25 Years- I suffurnd for 25 years with a- ough and spurt hundreds of dol lars with doctors luau for medicine to no avail until 1 used Dr Uolls Pin + Tar1 Honey This romody makes weak lungs strong Tt has saved my lifoJ U KOHBKLL Granlsburg Ill Now if you want to keep yourself posted on tlio politicnl IHSIIC of time coining campaign Hubscribu for Tin IHrUAini o I MIR1Ofl flUorneyaiLaw COUKCTIOXS A FlKCIAITY AND 111 TUUNH 1llOMITIY MAUI 101 W JiUTUiisoN STIIKBT LOUISVILLE KY Hnfurcnoc J Taylor Day hazel Green AIh A A J MAZES GREEN ACADEMY The fourteenth nnnunl sea sion of IIuzcl Green Academy will begin on MONDAY Sept I1SJ9 liiHtructioii thorough discipline firm expeoscs low lrinclpnl1In7ol I II IOBt II OI IHIlH II I III I Inn thiili I I I MRS s D KASII I LV I IlIillinerI I LlIAZCt GREEN KY I-I 1111L-JJLJ I I I I I I I I II BODE HARDWARE COMPA- NYWIIOLESALE I11BWAKocc1 Qtr Ej I CINCINNATI O llcforonco 1 Taylor Day hazel Croon RQSEfDAVIS TIIE acstsAND WagoQrnakersO Have no time to writ- an ad this week but desire to announce thethey are still at the old stand and ready an willing at all times t do any work in theirI line for cash or prompt paying customersThose bt ed to the firm will please be considerate e ouiiIito onceIas we need money tc run our business and must have what is due us ts payour own debts 81I LAS B KA8H M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Office at residence and calls answered atall hours Obstetrics a specialty HERALD xnUKST g e 5 IGrent CLOTHINGSnlo At LsLEXNGTON Srous1 KY I j o JQ4 OO Beautiful Cassimere Suits at 500 Beautiful Blue Suits G A R style at 500 Genuine Imported Blue Serge Suits at 1000 a Best 25c Underwear in theWorld Our Merchant Tailoring Department is the most extensive in Kentucky and in fit 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 Our reputation for the past thirty years isJJ a sufficient guarantee 1i LOUIS GUS STRAUS i Lexingtons Leading Clothiers LAMPSJOHN M ROSE DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE This week invites your attention to tho finest lino of lamps over brought to Hazel Croon including parlor dining room and kitchon and they will bo sold at way down prices JJ iii tho grocery lino you will find tho host fin tho market COHHAOGHT2D3M2 This celebrated KitfUsb llackncv stallion imported to tint Inited Status on June 3 the season of 18J at theIS11J1lIIllInko IL Iieratt at Hazel Green anieSB TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Or 5 To Insure A Maro In Foal money duo when the tact In ascertained red toomoney Every care will taken to prevent accidentH hut 1 will not be responsible should they occur DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE CONNAUtJIIT 2N1 3512 is u beautiful bay full 10 hands high black niuno and tail Rood style and notion nod a line road liter 0 years old this wpriiiR Ho was sired by Victor of fleetly 1087 dam Ronnie 1U2V j byltelinece667ConJrcIiHlIHjUIHuman 67- 0Norailia emu lele pcdi rco covers many crosses of the thoroughbred nod quoteHrcetlereaul examine his pedigree at my stables Respectfully J H PIERATT S ROSEDAVID Headquarters Ezcl Ky KKPRK8B- NT8SLIWGLUFF JOHNS 5 CO WIIOLESALK BOOTS + AND + bHOESHopkins Place BALTIMORE MD Respectfully solicits a share of the trade ol mountain merchants G T BlOWer CO LEXINGTON KY HEADQUARTERS FOR1 Carpets Furniture Wood Mantels DraperiesWall f China and- Glassware Correct prices C F BROWER 3 C- OLexington Kyi MEGRIMINfA pOBlthc and permanent euro for mcgrim HalfHelldl ache and nil other forma Headache a Neuralgia- HEADACHE CURED FREE by snmplo mailed you if ills lpnperismentioned The wort i promptly headaches nreUlHiiiml tlin lessI bo their return until perms innnentlr cured Bold hyM druggists MKTY 60 CENTS A lJOx J The Dr Whitehall Mee Co SOUTH BEND IND jj nOLLIN A ICA- SIIATTORNEYatLAW i JL HAZEL GREEN KY 1 Will practice in the court of Wolfe andW- adlohmhtg counties and nUelld promptil Mall collections entrusted to him 1 j t J I i I = iy = N + b c i tttD I a- r 1 Y tW JI Ap IDeadache5- s often a warning thnt tho liver Is torpid oX IneUe Dioro ecrloui prmUItiefficient liver troubles ta1- att J19CS l eJ1 n- tJQJ Wino they TY1 to liver rontoro il1 rrguar ncUuu o tJJ iwrals they 40 not gripe or pain do not or trOautw the bternnl orgnn r IIrrltlt tonic 2Jc but toctrugrlstear at aU by lUna U I Hood fi 1 Lowell Mass I R I IllEA1LDrr1I A A FARM JOURNAL Great From sow to Dec 1003 OffersNoarly 5 Years By special arrangement mad with tho publishers of tho FANS JounNAT wo aro enabled to olTei that paper to ovnry subscriber win pays for THE HEKALD ono yoai ahead fir only 100 both 1papon for tho prico of ours only our paper one year and tho FAUM Jouu NAT from now until Docomboi 1903 nearly o yours Tilt FAIU JOURNAL is ai old established 1pa per enjoying grunt popularity out of tho host and most useful faru papers published This ofTur should bo accoptei without delay u Torn Cox and wife of Maytown woro guests of John II Iioratt and wife of this place iMonday Curtis Quicksall told Ed Taul boo made a flying trip to EoI Sat urday night whore they spentt Sunday with tho family of Jona I than Quicksall Will Lockhart the Eol dentist who has hoop in Nebraska fur nearly a year past is homo for tin winter and people who may need his services will find him ready and willing to comply with thou wishes Col 0 W Jennings willnldlIft- ho citizens of Hazel Green stud vicinity Saturday at 1 oclock p in ill the interest of John Young Brown rued tho ticket At May town in the ovoning at 7 oclock West Liberty Momhy Oct 23 It- tt 1 oclock p in f Farm Journal for tho balance o ISm and u11uf IttUO 1101 100 and 1003 nearly five yeans tot every subscriber who will pay ow year in advance for THK HKKAIU j No hotter farm paper than the Farm Journal This offer is only made to a limited number tlu first who come forward W W Hiigorof Magodin county accompanied by hisnephuw Ernes Atkiuson passed through liort Monday on route to Mt Sterling to hour William Jennings Bryan who was advertised to speak at that place on Tuesday at 215 p in Mr Atkinson goes from there to Maryvillo Tonn whore ho will enter school Tho cow kicked tho bucket ovoi and spilled tho milk and if you do not got tho Farm Journal for tho balance of 1809 and all of 1900 1901 100Oand 10015 nearly live years just by paying for Tin HEIIALD a year ahead you will be like that cow The Farm Journal is tho biggest paper of its sizp in tho United Status of America aw jLtaLeading r KentuckylI l Offices t Beattyvlllo and Jackson By invitation of JM Long our man about tonu visitod Dick villo tho handsome suburb of ovoiinglastninny improvements in that part of town Parallel with tho school lot running back 175 yards by 05 yards in width Mr Long owns and upon this ho has throo dwellings of 01 rooms each Ono however and tho beat ono of tho three is not yet 1l10dt1hlllii thobostwarm house to storo vegetables in winter Mr Long is building it upon strictly scientific principloo and after its utility is once dom onstrated ho will doubtless have uidrrs to build for other people Along Quo sidoof Mr Longs prop erty nail running back to near tho sulphur spring is a 20foot street the major part of vhicli wan do nated by Mr Long tho remainder being through tho grnoroaity of Emery James Mr Long will put up a planing mill on ono of his lots in Dickvillo rued has in con templation many other attractive features which will make Dickvillo tho prettiest suburb around our fast growing city it MichiganSucrotary goodthingother day of tho Big lo Swino Book the latest addition to Tho Higgle Books ho says Without exaggeration or fulsome praise it is the best book that has come to my notice I have carried itin my pock ot two weeks reading it in leisure momenta and following its ad vico leas already saved mo as I believe fifty dollars This is big returns on an investment of f 0 cents which tho publishers Wil mol Atkinson Co Philadelphia Pa ask for tho book P M Long has just received a Royal Grand organ from tho firm of Soars Roebuck it Co Chicago which is a thing of beauty and its ittone will provo a joy forever In loedit is one of the finest tuned instruments ithas been our pleas Lire to listen to in many a lily und as a piece of fuiviituro is an ornament of which any parlor in Custom Kentucky might woll ho proud It stands about 7 foot sighturd tho top has a mirrori lamp stuuls musicrack etc It contains 11 stops and in every way is an up to date musical in Btumont Mr Long received it un hxpiu IHI placd it in position on thy 7th iiidl since which Unto his daughter Miss Atchafaylayya has boon practicing uninKlnirlid upon it and is quite proud of her pres ont Mr Long will put her un dor a com potent teacher and1 in a short tint sit promises to bo an expert musician Tho test of this instrument was about J F 00 and Mr Long is highly phnnod with purchase tho w 1it came tll hand utc etc The Eaulo lUng of All Blnl3 is noted for its keen sight clrr and distinct vision So are those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle EyoI Salvo for weak oyoP tHtyos sore oyes of any kind or granulated lids Sold by all dealers at 25 Our friend Nelson Nickoll mot with a very pninfulaccidenUi few lays since and ono which will lay him up for somo time to conn or it least disable him While hand ing a hatchet the blade slipped off tho humllo and cut his right land 1 between tho index and mid lie finger and tho pain ia so severe hat he can not uso his hand at 311 7oak Eyes Are Made Slrono dim vision made clear styos re jiovcd and granulated lids or sore yos of any kind speedily and effec tually cured by tho uso of Suthor ands Eagle Eyo Salvo Its put ip in tubes and sold on a guaran Lco by nIl good druggists The Solos of Hoods Sarsaparllw nro tho largest in the world because the cures by Hooda Sar aparilu are wonderful perfect permanent Hoods Pillsme tho best family cathartic and liver medicine 2rc Wheeler HammoiiB of White Oak Morgan countyhas tho thanks of the editor and his bottorl for oveulflno largo blue catfish Yum but what wo did to em leasyum WVheolor holds the pon n plonty and nipirod of his tout as angler oction of tho county TUB KEMKDY Politic Iii Kentucky 4 Just now is waxing hot sill With more fuel it will IItenmtAnil boil clean oer the pot For mouth it bns been stewing 4l1li Till in this jireHont strAit + Y r All eyes arc turned to our dear mutt To watch its comlnt fate The candidates Are deeply aUlllud Their ijiecohen nro profound Their putty i rinoliles arc as true At any oon ho nand nut notions m o within our midst And loll its turned blight d- On Kentuckys true Democracy And uad it disunite In union thoro is strength tys iy All oer this earthly hull Another saying just as true Divided we must full Now if they want to harmonize Atilt reap a victory Let both the candidates withdraw dud give the place to inc S1 1180E CURE rheumatism by taking Sat ullllllIl1wlllch by neu q tralizing tho acid in tho blood perma gently relieves nchcs ami PAINS l1li Luaqirritation- s jfi tilt forerunner to consumption Dr Hells Pino Tar Honey will cure and give such strength to the tings that a cough or a cold will not settle there i Sp at all good Iruggists iii Sherman Daniel who was shot L jy Hoono Henry just four weeks igo today was in town Tuesday ind told our man about town hat ho was getting along all right Pho hull entered tho loft side of his neck passed through his wind pipn anti lodged is tho nock on tho right side whore it is still em jodded Thomas C Eastorling Our Boy rout of Washington D C is tho cost of tho editor and his bettor his wook He wondered into tho hreshold of TUB HKUALD homo itoad on Hichhill Sunday after noon and whilo we expected him time had wrought BO many h llattor ng changes in his appearance that cost us some mental exertion to raco in his comly and manly face lie resemblance to Our Boy of lomo ton years ago Time is a grout necromancer in the theater of human events and deals many ihangoa Dr Silas B Kashs residence blooms in beauty both in and out side Our artist has been there with paint and brush Old fashions in dress may ho ovived 1111110011fnhiO1e1ro1 cine can replace Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rein edy For sale by J11ay1rug gist Our esteemed fellowtownsman loland Kash gave a handsome inner to his relatives iiiosdayin ittondanco upon which were Taylor1 Day and wife Dr S B Kash and wife MrsI McKlin and children LnlIthlr relatives whoso names vi did not learn Tho table was M kiig with all tho delicacies of th beiiHMi lull ya8 woryod in the nodi approved olito fashion by thoII copular colored waiter Noah Tay lorJJ MIHH Ava Swangp and Mary Cllen Trimble wore visiting friends ou Canoy Saturday and Sunday Dr S B Kash was called to May town on Monday to attend j tho sickness of Harvey NickellJI I Miss Lixxio Pioratt and Mrs lobert Wills of Maytown were in 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goods aro as represented are two of tho principal plunks in my platform of principles- I also carry the most complete lino of tho latest style dress goods notions toilet articles 4 etc etc to ho found in Hazel Green to which I invito tho attention of tho ladies Remember Weight and Worth aro guaranteed or your money back lor tho asking JOHN M JICSEJ aBMMMArMMUBMMMMBMnMMMi fprwMMMH umnaKwi f tr wmrjntrtnmmstm tMmimm9m4nfm GREENE EMBRY CO LifO Stock Conmli ion MerdliaIs utCINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARD 4 11 1Lolg DiiUicf TalepbOBO 7356 jprALL SALES aV 1ttOJ tr I 2 I t r t t laej Yta 1r- F y7r s t x- F c Yya k t h 7x 4 j I 1- rr M f 1 c- ii r Ir 4 t b 4 y I x 1 t- e4S r a y r- y7 5 f Ie r i frl T I rZ a J K 3- ti J j 1 t i iI I rs r I i it r JI I I tt r by t i 1 i vlM kjA LL e ttintNat rt r fir It a J- nlJ 9 ff4 iIftp ti TALES OF THE ORIENT Some Incidents Which Have Never By M QUAD Appeared ia Print Before 1 w t Copyright 1393 One dny na the grand vlzlcr wan rid tog abroad to show himself to hlx sub jects nnd listen to any complaints n pcannnt fell down before him and cried outO great and powerful ruler of the world take pity on my forlorn condi tionl I dont see anything wrong with jour condition replied the great mon nil he looked the ici low over JJICIKt find bottle of horse medicine on the highway amid drink it down for rare old ache and mod 0 ix because am pour In Oh thats It W a t to be n HothKl 111 do L you if It no pleases your mighty nests Well Ill send you down n cart load of ducats and enter your name upon my list of nabobs Im alwayx ready to grunt any little favors to my sub jects you know Next dui a cart drown by two nsses nnd loaded up with gold appeared be fort the pennants hut The money had not yet been unloaded when his wife planned fur jewelry nod a wardrobe nod a hitter quarrel wax the result Then clone the peasants hither moth er brothers and sisters mild demanded portions mind these were followed by the lightning rod manI the sewing ma agent the windmill man cull romaine others who hud something to sell Then neighbors who wanted to borrow mind after them a band of rob hers The peasantt had sot had the Ireaxure In his possession over IIL hours when he went to tin grand vller end milt 0 thoiiI wise mod kindhearted ruler hike back thy ducats nod leave me as before I thought could run a MlcltI Miow but find I am mi takou Mitt you owe mortUOspudl as taxes replied the grout man and an you have not paid Ill glee orders to miry tNettloncr to whack you 100 whacks on tilt solo of each foot And a week later IIM the pennant van nlmi to hobble to hU dour and tilt 4 in tic sun Ill wild to Ills wi- feAIiil Ive got back my appe tite fur rye entire mud eornbread ami if thorn IH any more KotliNchilds html iiosp around this hut youll danue to the muslu yourself The cadi was giving audience In Ids hull one afternoon when young girl Melt at Ids feet mid cried out 0 friendl of the people and boss of the universe Truth Is mighty and 11111 litI prevail hilt though I seek for Truth I cannot find it And what do you want with Truth 0 maiden lot kindly naked the great man wouldst know 0 cadi whether 11111 handsome and attractive I have reply4hI they turn from thIllIllIlIulI I hove no hick of es corts nod yet none of them propose inurrlage Have I u fair hnir of good moles or Is It my fare that stops t h e town clock every time I pus time city hall 0 maidenI 1 said the cadi after a port Why I sigh HiitVer ruler I purse chV n h high chine came I I a J I scratching lull ear I I for awhile Truth Is1 muted mighty and must prevail hue at the same time Truth Ix n hidden jcwcllIt time mmmcml tom of u deep welhOt having time to de Bceml anti hunt for it today I must ob yourbeauxWhat 0 end Well If I were in your place Id Klurt In to lean shorthand mod type writing no ax to be able to support a liUbbaud Ono day the sultan escaped from his courtiers mind struck u gait fur thu coun try dotcrmlned to find a man who would give him thu truth devoid of nil Jlutiory liming upon a trawler who was renting la the shade of a tree the jrciit man Ibegan 0 friend I am looking for one who huh no lattery on his tongue Then youve run up agin the right man old hiss wax the blunt reply Old Jim Swceter has no lasses on the end of his tongue for mnu or woman What wouldst thClIIt hWhllst1 am nigmt 50 years old I am told every hour in tle day that 1 dont look h day over 30 tThca they lid like thieves When JQU were yet 50 rods oft 1 tuck you for an old hnysccloff70 You arc ti tough obimuse amlf11rbctt b11 show it My atlolrliVii think I anll= n1l eth ttinted the tiUhnll III Jtexalldrt 1 ills cud or gum Well It dont look like it to rue You ant plumb down on a bumblebee and In about n minute more hell give you a lift A wise man dont flop down with out looking over the grass They would have it that I always up hold the Truth Mebbe you do but if I wan n tin peddler Id be on my guard against that foxy face of yours I believe youd sell a sheeppelt with a gash in it as quick as a wink Anything more they stuff you with They tell me mused the sultan that I am the greatest of earth Hash I exclaimed l the traveler Why I know of SO different men who can give you nil sorts of pointers ier hops I can myself For Instance which end of a mule tines u man always hit first on n dark night lint 1 never knew before that n mule hind two ends Friend thou has not only entertained me wisely and well but taught me that flattery may even beget Ignorance Come with me to my palace mod he my headboss end only chum mail If tiny of the gang male truss eyed at you away go their heads A sago of great renown wax sitting In Ids cave one evening when a way Purer came along mind putt down his bundle and began- O sage I have traveled from Wan scow on purpose to greet theo us the greatest philosopher of the age nail to ask n great favor What lost thou sigh for asked the sage as he tossed aside the turkey bone hn had been gnawing at mind wiped his lingers on his hair I wouldtit be a philosopher O sage What Is your occupation I I conduct a grocery business There is philosophy in working oil green watermelons and soft cucum bers smiled the renowned Hilt not the philosophy that another generation cum bring up to prove my claim to renown Those things you speakI of rather belong In the business you Lana and are acquired without thought or study Widl I dont Iknow about your bring n philosopher sold Ithe 1111 man ns he opened a bottle of beer with a great pop Itt xccnik to me that asa grocrr IIIIIwo1huIiR II sngt- Gili UK a lrnon nod Iel lift tier Very well You are thatt object on the ground before you What Is it t An old limit 0 tinge What Is hidden beneath it f do not know IIIauseou drew bitch his right foot to send that old lint dying hilt It didnt fly At the mod of a quarter of an hour when he hind pulled his toes out again and chafedi some of the pain away the sage asked Well didst find out what was under the hat I didst bgohh Was it a fOil I hlrheel Not by a jugful It wins a ten pound stone and there was no soft side to it eithert Do you think lII ever nlllIH a philosopher Not on your life my boy The ibe i ginning of all philosophy is to know whets under an old hurt In the road he fore you kick it and you were a dismal failure lint held Uncle for Wauseon and your grocery business and if you continue to give 1S ounces to the pound and throe peeks and a half to the bushel youll get rich and dim happy Toes aehe yet Well try summit of my witehhaxel at SO cents a bottle He lalll ll IltllftKll The spider mny spin n silken thread And connMer time Nplnnhu play lint he baat spin a top to sat r lilt life Cause spiders aint built that way Chicago Dully Now =NOT TO UK IlKATKX First Young Thing with pride Ahl my tuamnui has a carriage Second Young Tiling with more prido Thats nothing My mother can take out her teeth maul put them hack nllnlillly Sloper t c Cn 11 Ill Mss KIo url oil fond of clams aekrdhethe and This Is ito sudden saUt dime Cincinnati Kuuulrcr J THE Tbcro flRlZONfl is Kicitcmcnt in KillI ERiitonal Ufa to the West CoprrlBbl 1893 By M Just an nn Kxprrlmcnt Tuesday afternoon lust as we were busy ut our editorial table n stranger entered nnd began firing at us with two guns Wo were too surprised to do any dodging and our nearest pit tol was ten fret away It wax nil over In 15 Heeondx however and tit shooter hind fired 12 bullets without even gray I ng our hide There were two bullet holes In the back of our chair three through the stovepipe behind us and a wall received the other bullets We rose up after awhile and tool the stun by time neek and Klauimed him around until he begged for merry lie gave his name ax ICIklus and sold he was on his way from Salt Lake to IreHcott When he arrived here It struck him to try an experiment lie had a curiosity to know whether an editor would light and what an editor would soy in his dying momentsI As a matter of fiiet he hind nothing against UK and when the affair was over he subscribed for the Kleker sad paid two years In ud vanee That wax the first time we had tint down without a gun within reach for five years and nobody need plan on tilt idea that we will do it again hull we heat heeled Mr Klkius would now be sleeping with his fort fatherst Nevertheless he got enough at our hands to satisfy him that time editorialI fraternity of Ariona is oat lo be walked on and that any expert ments with the craft mummy result in springing the blurtrim p- Ile iol Snnifllilnc Relic Imug it to be the duty of every postmaster In the Tutted States to sleep in tit postI otliee timid thus be on humid to guard Its interests at mull hours we moved our bed from the Kiekei of llee several months ago While Ililt of toil elosex at nine oeloek in the oven ing anyof the hogs who eonto lbang ing at the door from that hour today light enn mouse us and get their moil On Monday night lust about the hour of midnight we were aroused by some one firing sis bullets into time door We got out of bed uiid asked who It wits and what wax wanted sad a tit iimih voice replied that if wo ii Id must hand him out a hatful of letters hell till the old building full of lead lie ndiled that he also wanted a drill mid a hairout amid that well bettor br lively about it 11r wore livelyi Wo do not run a Milooti sad a barbershop in connection with the post ufrlcc Wo got down our gun and opened the door and shot three bullets through the ut rangers whiskers and three more through his hut and tilt way he went galloping down the street would hire made a lowboy jealous Our esteemed contemporary heard of the incident and uited1 It as a foundation of the article headed Our Cost master a Woiildllo Murderer Irma we urn not kicking about it His weekly circulation ix down to 103 copies and iilnctcutliH of his readers mire crosseyed or drunk half the time Goad fur Vlint Allfil Him Fur the past thrum montlisu man call hog himself AwfulI Abo Jones luus horn hanging around this town 01 liivcadam iiiloh and giving everybody the grand bin IV Two or three people who pretended to know him said that he wan a terrible man to go up againstI and rather than shoot him down and mine tint trouble of coroners inquest the buys hire swallowed his bluffs Tuesday afternoon Mr tones got word tint this ellmnto wits bud fur his neck and he stood up amid denied any man 01 a doon min to lay hands on him Ills neek was never healthier he contend ed and it would be a cold day when he was run out of town At 11111 clock that night we got a quiet tip nnd tots minutes later found Mr Jones at the usual spot He had a rope around his nick his el bows were tied behind him maid he was veeptng and entreating the dozen men standing about The hlntllng business had come ton sudden end and he want ed to leave till gulch at ones The rope was pulled to sue how it worked It worked so well that Mr Jones writ up to the limb Ill WILl drawn up and let down several tines and was then told to go lie went leis neck has gained severalI Inches in length and he had some dinieulty in promising to In M tulles away before daylight but he got what was good for him and wont strike thin next town with II whoop mud a bang True lo tlir Ililiin 1atHcy Ol fought yer fader warn Iiehin av ycr 111ckeyelk ror but th twllve oclock whistle blew an he couldnt do er stroke nv worrk ufthcr t hot Judge Aii liuiKcr IliMlllnlrril I met that red hniredI I Jones girl today remarked the young woman Tut tut my dear cautioned her mother Her hair Ix auburn now She ins just inherited a fortuneChi cago Post DitiHiit Approve of leer Uooj your wife know that pretty Mrs flnxnbnb J think It IIs merely n Kiiifllng ac- quaintaneeClcvclitud lluin Dealer i PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL A Lancashire undertaker lately fell dead at a funeral he WUH conducting 01i Ij Watson designer of time fnmiua Kngllsh yachts has never owned even a rowboat of his own Lord Lonsdale has n curious hobby of collecting whips andI many in his possession mire worth over JL Inn A Canterbury common and his bride were thrown out of their earriago amid hurt recently their horses bolting when rice was thrown at them Senator Depew humus on the desk of lib New York private office a little bust of Lincoln not quite completed It was the last work dose by W W Story Cornelius Vandorbllt the elder dads Ms chief pleasure III music and every evening hums either a member of his family or some professionalI pianist play for him The Chinese nthibtcr at Washington has proved himself a witty afterdin ner speaker Iclug told of this Senator Dopew quoted Bret llartes line We are ruined by Chinese cheap labor Annie Lukcr an American girl who dally olives from a height of W feet intii a tank at the KoyulI aquarium Lon don estimates that till has ttraveled 21i miles unsupported through the nil Sleeping Items a full hlunded Inns Ycutre Indian successfully conducts n general slow at Great Palls Mont He will not give his own people credit but extends it to it limited number of whites Collis 1 Huntlngton always wears when at work an ordinary black sill traveling unp This he dons at once upon removing his lout and his clerks have a story that no nuts In his employ has ever Keen him bareheaded An odd monument was designed by nn elderly maiden lady who died a few weeks ago III Athlouo IIreland Shut left a fortune of C 27010 to be spent in the erection of a church provided that her body should be converted into ashes mind lined in making the mortar for building the rdlllco THE LADY OR THE TIGER Till Ohm Unil It iMiilicr of Very tilMltl HlIIXIIIIH rue Xoi 1111ITvlllfi Ono would wnrcoly1 go to the motin tniiiK of Went Virginia to tutu even so much nn a Homblaiiee to till story of The IBdyOr the rigor hunt I Icrams ery nearlyI doing it on one orrislmi I had biin inxlted largely mis a iviogni tine or my position us the rfprrnrutn Iiuf tiie biggest timber flint in the neetion to attend a moiintniu dance maul I wax there having as good a time as a nuiM can hate who doisiit dance even tin iildluhloncd quadrilles lard that kind At time moment I was sit ting out a danee with the prettiest mouutaiu girl in the whole neighbor hood and I was mildly jollying her about nut being married She was LM which is oldmaldhood in till moun thins except in the ease of very pretty girls of whom there are very few umong till mountaineers I could starrytf 1 wanted to I reckon slur sold with a shake of her head Yes theres Jim Mullins Ho wants you hclolIl you marry him I asked with a little more directness than might have eharaetoried my ut toranocs in a morn conventional atmos phere lIuhtilInllTlll Jims redbead ed and freekliern turkey mug John Morgan isnt hunts the mat ter with John Im sure bo would have you quick enough if he couldi get you Youre foolin lOIOIlCIIIhl swill blushingi a little Anyhow I dont want John He willis hiss tikttz of he- was rtfss eymd hum tit flIWell theres Sam llodgkin Snntsmu good fellow and would make a good hishammlIraps he would fer some other lady but not for me Sams uglyI enough to make a mule bray Ive seed hint do it by jilt lookinover the fence lions the school teacher He Isnt HO hUll looking is he vllopperjinvtdI nmumyhintFinding it rather ditlicult to satisfy this fastidious mountain maid from the Mleetlons I was making I hlI1I lilt a hills more personal Well I said with some effusion since none of these will suit you how do you tthink 1 wouldi answer Goodness sakes colonel slut ex claimed with all time naivettoof nature of I married as nice a lookin man ez you air leavlni all them others livin around here bandy Id be a widder afore three months short It was a compliment 1111111I could not do otherwise than reeognixe and at t Ilie same ttime it was very cmnarrassing mind I dont know what would have hap pened if It had nut been for the oppor tune arrival of her partner for the next dunce Washington Star- IhiKnlluiii Oh Mr Kieketts said Mrslroons to lien star boarder the ladies and gen tlemen of the house have decided tc have a picnic this afternoon if you care to go Im sure wed nil be glad to have ouu I dont know about going with the party replied ungnllnnt Mr lllcketts cxpe1bI TRULY EXASPERATING Vli He Hated People Who Were So Itlve Yet lie Foiled to Look to Home y By George said a Hyde Park tnu V traindetestabout everything It is a disagreeable habit the n semiger who sat next to hint admitted I totsfrolllcdtNwrongcoujhas114hescant tell him anything Yesterday trigandnominee a French word that was used Bat tbatllwcwI suppose not So III hat there right at my own table trriajtoYurttnlkllllweary Why nun i you get a French diction it and iOhfoundsthatI me land is the fact that lie was so blamed positive about itChicago Tiiiie4llerali I SOME SHORT STOPS Sapient Strylugs Which Savor Soue wliut of AVUilttiu Cleaned from sltrhuct 4 tsiret hifmmce if haV you I yonIi 1 dally yowl spent JO yearn trying to learn take her woid for it and then change the subject ththlti matter of tale as of iiiiary Dont think thnt because Mrs ConMnoil de4iui tbeefeetI It iis a IlIi imagine that hecauiaV jiiople litpa t oviui they are iiitrrc + rd iaf IwcrtiiiollUBeIIJ1Ii JflicelWIIImKeil him with a ocini tail Id + iailejj w LDetroit7 Tin Tiii tit IlilltcnoHM lIhu11It1lI TruYJthJ Treyl he tnke yon lnwlI ivllir M IIRaG yon is n chair in front ofI luriv Jer r Then he tarts a iipiionliki f n nimt thicider lUnvinp in an iiniberslreainI outh 3 n Miiiill hne Mr Triey then JMI s tbeitit biuiacss ititl of till hose in tour luIJ and got nway11ilitnautic Veeli Jurnal I Some things are Utter tati itia but us a KftieralI thine umitmm wants rile oi eu liuitun Courier i w iC The feet of other people help the cobbler to get ahead h 111 Htillctin Drift it iis jtm4t as pleasant down the riflfj is up Atchison tiixbe now i Old Sheii 10015 Poor clothes cannot make you look old Even pale checks wont do it maybements may be deep but they cannot make you look oldOne thing docs it and never fails It Is impossible to lookii young with the color of seventy years in your h- airAUCYS tkiirI vigor permanently postpones the E telltale signs of age Used according to directions it gradually brings back the 3 color of youth At fifty your hair may look as it did at fifteen It thickens the hair also stops it from falling out and cleanses the scalp from dandruff Shall weJJ send you our book on Hair and its Diseases The Bot Advice Free J 4withm Mtllr r moYd Address ltitea Co AYJat wxeu also 1 sl- J t4 i NnRu y 5 rITT 0 O l s I I c f s t 4 re eeto tot 11I ulit ite n 1T Jl IIY r tit IIIt IIh uIti tiat l er tf r t i I ti JI t JI M1i1 j Y sa THE ROAD MOVEMENT There Are Several ABoticle nl Work Which dlnyinke It n Great 1ulltlcnl I true Renders who sconetttlous of the roads l1ocmcul do iota renltzc Sood that In this there may be one of the great national Issues of our polities v- 1111isIn at movement + t theirruntlonall wheel men through organiza tlon the League of American Wheel men and hundreds of thousands of dollars have been spent by it in the tiglta lion The principle of the movement ns advocated by the wheelmen is that the common roads of the country are at im DO BAD ROADS 1AYT portant ns the railway systems the statement being made by thorn gold be tag easily understood that there is not an ounce of any commodity hiiulod over the railroads that is not first transport ed by wagons over country roads or city streets It dues not matter Iif the commodity is manufactured article that are loaded on curs at the factory the raw material has first to be huiitet to the factory Rut the greatest haul log Is done in the farming 1ihtriels and there it is that good highways fire most neededThe subject has not been given tin attention load support it deserves at yet for the simple reason Unit private capitol uiiiiiot become Interested Iin tin building of common roads since there Would Ill no income from the invest ment siuh us there is in railways Municipal county state and the min- itlonnl government have not land the issue brought directly before then in its full significance because it IK necessary to first cdiriiitt the peoplej to the frees altiesof till movement TIilK Js what is being dote by the wheelmen at tin preiiiit tine and It must lie said to their credit that they have enlisted the pnottlfiaentinoTcmiitt With the two classes work ling together it is only a question of time until the movement will be made a Apolitical IssueI and then will come the desired improvements i The argument offered in favor of the improved routs is that they lesson the cost of repairs make it possible to haul the largest amount of goods with tho smallest animal power save tune and Increase property valuations No rail Wad companyI wouldexpect to do bustl neil if UK tracks and roadbeds were in tech condition IIH to ounce it either ini possible to use the tracks at Inegsea tons of the year or in using them have to lose a great deal of time and have ins dense repairs to mulct 11111 yet that is what the farmers and others using the Illth yearTheyhllprllltlllbleattempt 1lllUlrJDg havektetnw expense It has liven estimated thatfa hllLftntloa has been decreased to 20 per cent ef theroadsfcwtrartthllttbe WUJ8ntlonrcltheI1dlng onthetlienrorhale no more each year to haveIdPlain lrOIoUlnnThe tiert9nvict1Ic puboadlunitgIdecidedly mure profitable toIing 4 idlenessnf Flu Breeze 1ie true dairy cow Is an exceedingly Live creature and IIs easily nftectea MiUoa favorable or olhnwltt THE CELERY CROP If the 1IRnh Arc Thrifty and Vlaar our They ainy lie Set Out ar Lute us August In growing a good crop of celery n supply of thrifty vigorousI plants is es sential These may be grown In u recd bed In order to have thrifty vigor Ins plants the soil should be rich and thoroughly prepared iu good hills The plants must have plenty of room quicklyI In many cases a good top dressing of wood ashes after the need is sown will be bcnoticial Make the rows In the seed bed about a foot apart The seed need very little covering mid it will pay to Jinn the soil well after sowing the seed but if there iis Miflicicnt moist mire in the soil to induce n good gee mltmtion this Is not necessary It is quite an item to have short I stocky plants and if this is done the I plants must haw plenty of room to grow hive cultivation to keep down the weeds and thc roil in a good tilth Some celery growers prefer to trans plant twice cutting back the tops slightly at the first transplanting It lo claimed that by this plan more and better routs may be seetiretl After the plants linn made Mifllcicnt growth they may beIrnnsplantedwhere- they Ire to grow and mature In nnny eases celery may bo grown where nn curly crop leas been grown The middle or latter pert fOr July is a good time toet out the plants though It may be done nn late as August As the transplanting is usually done at n try time it will nearly always be a good plan to water the plants well tin hour before taking them tip lso water enough to soften the ground so that the plants will come up readily and without injury to the roots Work the soil deep and thoroughly and then murk out tthe rows four feet apart with the platS tIll to twelve inches apart In the rows Water two or three times until tIll plants start to grow Clean thorough cultivation Is necessary in ordir to secure a thrifty vigorous grotvtltSt Louis liupuhlic WIREFENCE CORNERS To llrncr Tluiu KfTecilvrty and Se curely In Neither Very llllll cult Nor ii Mifclvo There are many ways of securing the corners of wire fences Weighting an choring hracbjp guying rte lire used Jt is ncithcrnilHenlt nor expensive to put in corners fora wire fence whether barbed woven or plain that will not siicuniNa WinE PUNCRI CORNERS only stay but prove perfectly satisfac tory Sibyl a large straight sound postI for the mince planting it at least iO inches deep Then six or eight fret from this and along each line of mho tense set tin ordinary post and be tween the loS of each of these and the top of the corner post lix a piece of two by four wanting spiking it securely with wire nails Then extend a guy wire from the top or caehof thetd Mac posts to the bottom of the corner one making it double at each end so It tiny be twisted light Fred 0 Slbley iu Farm and Fireside The I Iff of Ieneh Trren There is no reason for peach trees dying out in ten yearn bearing themes selves out sonic fanners will stay What they menu Is being starved out A peach tree barring accidents should lie good for 25 years It should how ever have as good cultivation liberal feeding and us much generalI nitro lion as an annual crop It should bo examined twice a year for hovers and when its limbs begin to die out mend look stragglyso that people ordinari ly will stay it is played1 outIt should le pruned back severelycut way hark when new vigorous shoots with dark green lenses will put forth and the iecondI year after a good crop may ho looked for There are many ilyearold peach trees III the country Journal of Agriculture Honed llnve Ninneroun Cue There mire farmers who attach little or no importance to the bouts that are thrown away and made no use of This is n great mistake Tidy can bo utilized In nutty ways They arc tin excellent tiling to make poultry lay if fresh and crushed line with a bone mi I You can get n mill for live dollars and if you cannot conveniently purchase one nt present just crush theta with a sledge or an ax If you get a mill you can make bone meal which Is an excellent thing to feed to young ducks They can be placed around the rpotn of grape vines Dud fruit trees to make them yield better fruit They also make an excellent lertilixcr fralrte Faraar e A SWEET REVENGE Clarence War Weak OB Spelling and She drought It Vp lied Ink laI youheremother wild youIll conic here to be fitted and no Eleanor craspcd the ipcAkcru1 hand tho dressmaker frowned for die didnt want the IU of the now gown interfered with jtladtoothing to tell ins Yes This morning I went over to see Kit and I run tip to her room ai we nlwnys do you know 4cs assented lleanor- And the was crying All around her on morelettersmnttcrr Ever now and then she would make R vicious JlbIt a letter and appear to be writing Oh IXtisy 1 I am almost wild Im so busy Wlint are von doing I asked II Well said Kit you know Clarence and I liner had a quarrel and Im Rind of it nnd here vise sobbed the gladdest kind of n sobandmidhe sent all my letters back and the Mlver bookmark and the lovely onItandohhow can Iandso Im Retting his letters ready to return ImIIII correcting them and then she laughed and made another jolt with her pen CorrcrtitiR them I gamed Yes correcting them You know Char dice ill a terrible speller co I have none over enih letter in red ink and made kiln tee that it was intentional Humph Ill bet he wont tell mother man he hroce it oil lOr couldnt help laughing but wasnt it IAI fine revcuge LondonTiiUits GOLFING AND CYCLING These two great sports go hand hi hand The links are perforce situated at souse distance front town and the easiest and quickest way to reach them is with the bicycle 1orgolf good links fire needed rut cycling Hood loads lull links can be made anywhere by digging holes and making artificial barrjers On Long Island Suture lias elect particularly kind Its North Shore is all rolling country in many places glacial action hits formed lulls and hollows of perfect delight to the followers of this sport The level nod beautiful ocean shore IH broken In ninny places by rolling hllln covered with grass and shrubs winch go to make up links so close to the Scottish Meals that mill who have played in the old country lIre struck at once by their wonderful fitncsH for the sport unit added to this the fact that the cool Pouth breeze earned lip every day throughout the Summon from across time ocean maid brings with it it bracing std exhilaration that nothing elseI can elve Nowhere hit on Long Inland dp these condition exist It IIH unique n thin an it iIii in ira vnrjed scenery find its unsurpassed itttrautiohs in every Iline The roads ere good mutt many beautiful side Paths lull eyrie paths wind through the woods The tour around the Island which can be made in three toys Iia most enjoyable mind a week taken to the trip dun be illled very full of pleasure The camera should not be left at home as the scenery Is onstantly changing mina HH beauties are well worth preserving for future enjoyment Dreamer art the wnridft great archj leitHj Ithe toilers arc iU buildeu L A11 Bulletin Mn Im nt the hl1lltof my claim 1oai 1 Im Ithe wont of nil till had boys in nohool Answer e Why tho Minister SI I1tdJlngo What did the minister tny when the plate cnme up llilllClIOJIAAilllle woimlnt mind NO much if the buttoim were nil alike Syractif u Herald e 1 am not nt nil rcrtnia said till father that my daughter loves you riillieicntly to wnrrant mo in intriiMting her to your keep jug for that 11elhreplied the yonnc man perhaps you havent hud time nine mi ailing 1I for observing things nn I have Ihiiailelphlii North Ameriran e What in till meaning of thin demanded the customer hotly nil by till aid uf tho our rot he detected imel er nerocn the hack of his new coat Oh replied the quickitI- rd tailor that i iscrthe lust wrinkle sir1Iliilndclphia llccord e A matt with n good voice went to oblige A kirk social the other evening and the ruling elder who introduced him equivocally referred to the artiste ns nn amateur gen Ueiimn lxndon Mnfl Ye thats tho bride Very young isnti she Nineteen I believe Who are those mldlcngcd women with her Thofo are her unmarircd nistctii Hhci chin peroniii them Cleveland Plain Dealer e Ethelof Hoston They say he is very rich but intolcrnbly vulgar Victoria ol ChicagolYoure dent right there my load of dough but lies on the bog every other wayJudy- A Profound theme1Vhnt is encour agement pat Encouragement Well somethingthey quit needing itChlcago Record much good living mokes a bad Ilrer IIToo W Bulletin 6xhIbitlr at lItThere will beA large exhibit from his country at the Paris exposition in 1800 which will prove very interesting to all who may attend but no more so than the newt that the fatuous American remedy Hoitet tcrs Stomach Hitters will positively cured III1llJla indigestion constipation bilious fleas and nervousness To nil sufferers of the above complaints n trial Iis recommend cd with the assurance that whtn honestly used a cure will he effected It also tones up the entire system Voultl elint Form ONO real gentleman Mr Hopkins would ever have his photograph taken in a dress suit What do you mean Miss Simpktns In order to do so he would have to wear it in dayllghtThc Rival ln keel and nora Binko Into your shoes Allens FootEase a powder for the feet U inaltos tighter New Mhocs feel Easy Cures Corns Bunion sVcatJl1ffoI Sample sent FREE Address111ICS Olmsted La Itoy N Y Fnr Unrk poetlinelinle WittYes 1 lies thinking of his bIt- mellllecalllllc1l1er The Itcut Irrhttlun for Chill and Fever Is n bottle of GHOVBU TiBtntKu CHILI Touic It Is simply iron a tasteless form No curouo pay1rlcefA We believeinspitentstatistic that snore pirln kill thuni8elve eating pickles tlinn kill tlivnikclvea skipping it pe Detroit Journal You do teaT llliu the shuts JoriM with Putnam Fiuleloc Dye They are fast to sunlight nut washing IQo pet package Some ore clocks they show by their fares what sort of a time they ore Imving UoWen nays I cannot speak too highlyofl Pisos Cure for Loimimption Mrs Irnnk Mohbs 215 W 2lM tit New York Oct M 1801 fIwizinoKs makes nil tasks seem hard Iii dtistry makes them BCCIII lightJJA W JII IIli ill llnlln Cntnrrh Care Is taken Internally Price 72s y Money is nn uncertain quantity its so changeable Uoldun Daya f All Excellent Combination liiC nlcasant method and beneficial effectfl nLtc well known remedy ISvTtii OI Fins nrjuifucturcd by the CAMPOIINIA FId Svitui I Illustrate tho value of obtnining the liquid MIXU t known to oo tivecinallvlClaxatilvo and Ipresenting them in tho form most refreshing to the taste and acceptable to tho system 1tI Is till out perfect strengthening laxa live lennslnir the syfiteni eir etually dispelling colds IkcndachcH mill fevers gently yet promptly nit enabling ono to overcome habitual constipation per manently Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and sub stance mud its acting on time kidneysI Hvar and bowels without weakening or irritating them make it the item laxativeIn process of manufacturing figs ore used as they are pleasant to tho taste but the mudielnal qualities of the remedy site obtained from senna and other aromatic plants by u method known to the CAMIOHNIA Kio Hvnw Co only In order to get its beneficial Affects nail to ovoid imitations please remember the full name of the Company printed on tho front of every package CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FltANOIBCO OAr LOU10VILLE ICY NEW YORK K T Por sale by all DiuKgltli 1rlce We pcrbottlt CYCLISTS sChain Troubles for j5 I O OThe t ollcy Un IVncock INrlpIY1111iaC1Ule1on ircrlpt of price State number of link sod wlflib whether a IU U or held crnters CLINTON CHAIN WORKS 142 South Clinton Street Chicago lx OA MOFFmS i Great Tammany Leader The Cstarrk f Simmer tIa J naCongrtiiRmnn Amos J Cummlngs j es t New York Oct lltln 1808v Pevunn Drug Mfg Co Columbus 0 ty Gentlemen Pcruna Is good for cattnrrlt I Imvo tried It and know It ll relieved me Immensely on my trip to t Cuba nUll 1 always have a bottle in reserve Since my return I have not suffered trout cntnrrh but If I do I ahull f use lc ru+ tm lignin Meantime you might send me another bottle Yours Amos J Cum iuga M C Summer cntnrrh assumes various forms It produces dyspepsia Imlt bowel complaint It causes biliousness and discuses of the liver It deranges the kidneys and bladder Summer cn tarrh may derange tho whole nervous I system when It IsI known to the medical profession ns n systemic catarrh Pc ruiw In a specific for all these forms of catarrh Peruna never disappoints Address Dr Ifnrtman Columbus Ohio for a free book on summer catarrh Sour Stomach II After I wise Induced to try tAICA RtTM I will nvrurto without them In lire house Sly liter was In a very bad thus anti rajr head ached and I had stomach trouble Now since Uk los Caicaroti I fuel sue My wife liaialio nest Ibcm with beneOclal results for tour lUiroochi JOS KnxuUNa mi Congress tit Ht Louts Wo CANDY CATHARTIC TflAOl MASS ftlOIVriftlO ricamnt Palnlnbln Iotrnt lute flood Os Good xurur tlclllm VtlIkltll or 01110100 YbcWo CURE CONSTIPATION airrlle Ildy tpI IMMalrltwT 111 HOTOBAC Pol nor runrnnlrrdby all dflllt I ell a IIlttaebaecO hiL rr ttimtitimmitw rr rr WiirWiiNiNW I Oklahoma iJ i Offers Opulent- Opportunities II- ii iEvuthose who desire new Inmlnnml =1j IxmicH nlno MiiMirpicMd ctmncei t forindetrintluvrsuuoutebycapt 3 M lnII IN Lund iiiniiiiractiirfrn a ItS Farm ProdUCtS In IWS Include IE 25000000 Imnlicl of wheat 140000 =J- tmlcmifc willoii and million oftlol S i M JntKwortluif Send for Tim free 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Ili- CkWr K 111J I4Ir A3yniiMSMe 1 I rryWf rls F k s- AI r j F r r a r fl k 5 gt Fc K 7 1f u 1 taJAL rJ Mr1rw II t lY f t r fr 1 i 4v- i i e 4 1t a 1 t j of f f f u k7k MEN Kidney trouble prey upon the AND wind dUcourvgcn and lessens f WOMENamUidn Beauty vter nmI cbeerfulnoM soon disappear when the kidneys nre out of order or dimmed For plMlng rCfultll nto Dr Kilmrri bwnrap Boot tho Brent kldiipv remedy At druggist Sample lbottle by malt free also pamphlet Address Dr Kilmer S Cu Binghamton N Y COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0 BSyTo Insure itiHtrtloii ALL cftrre pondetiio rnll + t lII o in thin office by Monday night of eneh week nod that ncnrhy on Mninlay morning Our corregpnnilHnti lire derelict In duty nnd we wont to j ny thnt henciffiVlh they wilt not receive paper except for the f week they have wc rflloMer We are dependent ujion them for tho haws and when they fail to vntl In their favors jthey put UH to great Incoiiverilence GILLMORE GLEANINOS AN Httddix and wife aro visit ring relatives in Moniftjo county Jamof Gibha of Holloy creok will move to the farm of A It Graham soon Mra Riloy Row of Quicksand is visiting hor daughter Mrs Floyd Ely of this place T H Buck and wife of Quicksand liroiithittoounty UfO viRitiNg friends and relatives iin this vicin ityBorn to tin wife of Flint Little on tho 8th hint a girl and nlno to tho wifo of All Lindon on same date a girl B F Dykes who hns honl at tho insane unylum fur sumo tuna has roturnod homo apparently sound and well Marion Brooks lung fever and in pronounced in a critical condition Dr A J Nickoll is attending him Isaac Back is also very sick Aunt Poggio Minion of v hem Mo have ofton spoken as being af flicted with oxzomn iin fast getting I worse Her death is only a mnt tor of time- Moving now tho ordor of tho day J C Pratt has moved from HonryChnuoynnd taken charge of his farm Married on tho 12th inst at tho residence of tho bridos father Lee Brooks Honry Dunn to Miss Sarah Brooks Rev II H Little officiating Long may they live and pros per and their troubles ho littlo ones Win Stamper nnd wife and Curtis Sponcor and wifo and Mrs Clark nilof Cox neighborhood passed through hero today on their way to Mngoflin county to visit friends nnd relatives Roe Spencer of this place accompanied thorn D H Lindon has gone to Mt goodIyou is n hustler I am informed that ho will bo n candidate for tho next hopethatwriter huts known him from his infancy nnd con frankly say that wo honestly boliovo that ho would make us as good n sheriff ns wo notI withstanding wo have had some ns good ns any county need want but wo cnn vouch for Davn because he is truthful and honest in business and n money maker not by fraud but ninnyfriendsnine in Wolfe county So 1 think ho would bo hard to boat Wo are for him first last und all tilt time Davu follows no bnd habits that wo know of being temperate in all things but whether he gives thanks cnnnot say Oct 1tOo UNCLE REMUS TOLIVER IXJPlUri Weed Halfiegotting hotter who wUs shot n tow days ago Porter Clark returned homo to day from Whitloton Pooplo is about dono sowing wheat and making molnsos in this neighborhood Our school election past oft last Saturday vory quiet John Cox J was elected by a largo majority W T Olnrk nnd Jim Cox paid Hnzol Green a visit last Sunday fcight and missing the 12 oclock trawl had to como down on walkers lino BANJO HEAD SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS ntjhomeRush Swnngo heard tho sermon at Goodwin Chapel Sunday Misses Ora Swango and Mollio Haney of Hazel Groan gavo us a business call Saturday Harry Swango and wifo spent part of last week visiting on GrassyRobtM Cecil and wifoof Still water lpassed through hero last Wednesday on route for Grassy Mrs J M Rose nnd Mrs Lou Maplo of your town wore in our iiiHidi one day last week toachinginlast week to have some repairing done on the house Curtis Swango who is a momlwr of 1a regiment now stationed at Ft Thomas Ky is tit homo on n ton days furlough Services woro hold at tho home of Janice Rico on Saturday night conducted by Rev John E Brooks raid Charles Johnson A very good crowd und excellent talks Oct JOOO UNO MORGAN COUNTY- CONSOLATION CHAT Mr James Tnulbeo is improving slowlyS Ellem was tho guest of J G Oldfiold Saturday night Rev Charley Johnson preached at James Ricos Saturday night Logan Miller was syfuxing in this nuok o the woods Sunday noighhorhoud monyC visitinginnndSundathoChnplosolation Sunday- C C Gillisplo and E L Blank Mondaywhorerelatives for n week or 10 days About ono dozen persons wont neighborhoodSaturday J Bryan und woko everybody on tho creek Oct M CO TUB DBAKB Look In Your Mirror heAlthytlntlllaklnfut form f These Attractions aro the result thereIstlnctly feminine organs present Healthy menstrual organs mean health and beauty everywhere McELREES Wineof Gardes healthyIttrouble There is no menstrual disorder ache or pain which it will not cure It is for the budding girl tho npproaehingtho bringsheatUlcosts jtioo of medicine dealers specialdirectionsQt1t1rcSftIghlng DepartmentThe tanooga Tcnn OnnorllleToxnsIIthiyIntervaDlldbatltof Card III J 4e WAUJUEE I5 D Pliysioian and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY c61 Surgerv and olwtotrics n j octalty R H BRYAN stlIsartN VOlt Pearson Clark WHOLESALE + GROCERS I LEXINGTON KY GEI1 XOUR1OTJCREDS CAnloKe- oSo fnvelnrla i ofllcr HC ROBINSON OF BEATTYV1LLE KY WITII ttlirrxL RUGllESJrnorniETon Kentucky Cider Vinegar Works LOUISVILLE KY Your patronage is respectfully solicited IliuiE 0 Young and Old OUR RECORD t Csfc 1378 r 30000 l Di5xl1SED MEN CURED WE CURE NERVOUS BLOOD SKIN t- PRIVATE p15EASES 1flI v L n 92500 00 CURE fe Iu lnnOfIIIwhen ignorant of tho torrlblo crlmo you vrora committing Did you onl y cotuulor tho fitsclnntlns allurements of tlita evil Iwblt When too lato to riblo result wcro your your pcrll7 later Doyounowihnodcnntrnot any1of dlsoitra7 Wore you cured t ymptoms1Ulrodlllnnr Von know irMKB lATIIEK LIKK SOX If innrriodnro you con Is afnUurowitltynuonnccnuntofnnyweak nciw caused by early abuse or later ox cosecs Have you been clruzpcxl with mercury T This booklet will point out to you tho result of those crimes nn l ixilnt out how our NEW METHOD THKAT MHNT1 will positively euro you It shown how thousand hove been saved by rmvethowANY CUKADLK CAST Olt NO PAY Wo trent And euro EMISSIONS LI VAHICOMLK SYIIITLIR OLKKT IL SEraNrrR5 lNNATIlltAI1115OllaItOESKIDNEY Rl dltcafcs CURES GUARANTEED R Tho Wn es of Sin tent free by cneloHng io stamp CONSULTATION L PltKK If arable to call write for H QIIK8TION BLANK for UOMK PTHKATMENT U- Z3R8 KK KENNEDY KERGAN 122 W FOURTH STREET f 0I N KK KK KK K CDRYI GOODS IMftmTEKS AND DEALERS IN ID7 1 of o AND NOTIONSLOUISVILLE KY Reference J Taylor flay Hazel Green J l1YLOUDAY Wholesale and Hetnll denier in General Merchandise lumber Real Estate c Also President Hazel Green Fair and Driving Park Association and the Fnrmors Exchange HQII1 nil Made Mans To Order6a 98 Vr BUYINO DIRBOT PROM I IE ROSEHBURGER CO I 202204 E 102d St NEW YORK CITY Tho Largest Clothing 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establish inent We cinphiv no nucnts Descriptive on iiiiplication to EittTeleplaono Hair Storehave in stock a full line of lime 1yigsCurlsEnquireCombs StutupedLinens changlnjIwill receive prompt attention MRS M A Upper nod Church Sts Ky S1ItZNGlS9UIt TREES PLANTSVINES Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Small Fruits Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden no but sell at reasonable Strawberry and Tree Cata on application to H F HILLENMEYER LEXINCTON KY 278 lleiUbla person I of a mechanical or InrenttTo mind goodsalaryoroLldTeakPAPEUS Clean and Nice tolathis afllco at 20 cents per 100 Since my storo in April I have sold in the neighborhood 500 worth of sad dles saddles for ladies saddles form 0 n saddles i saddles for boys and in every case en tire satisfaction If you ueed one call and see me JOHN nIl ROSE I W H PIEEflTT 81 LICITOH t al Jj e 4i 2 Y Bo1ioit i lor Ornamental Asparagus Shrubs catalogue IWe KETCIIUM Lexngton fiVo employ ngonts prices logues Phono OLD for Iopened fo- rgirls 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