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T 74r0 m i S LI Y ii I 7 J 1 r V lC- j V 7 q 4 t j SaF T l 4 1 1 Fri icdL T hhnh M MI Q+ 1 I TTftE t GREEN III3RALEE1 t- ifHAZELEstablished March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Btory of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell to FIFTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DEOEMBER 7 1809 NUMBER2T j i 1- f BPENCKU Ownnr 1floE 1 ItorThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky MountainsIAlwnyn PER in YKAB Advnnt J y I r I tt- L tr SJ r dd- Is d- M It IsrIsrI t bt r rIS1 IiI el DR 50 00 60 25O 50 00 50- Sais isic l t ict t IIIeIt ItIIrI tAr 1 d ICiII l1 1I 1t Ot I I II II II Lidi I I Lids s t r NI- II I iI tt- res 4 e4J d- f MISTAKES OF THE ADMINISTRATION Tho Policy of tho President Qnoatlonoi About a Variety of Measures ExSonutor Ronganof Tox sgixv it na his opinion boforo tho US Sonato commission that public ownorship of railroiuls would do etroy tho republic Ho is tho mar whom tho foolish peoplo of foxes olovatcd to th + ir highost position and who faithfully sorvod tho rail rouds whilo they skinned tho cot ton planters and every body ciao Ho rides on passes is therefore op posod to public ownershipi winch would make him pay his faro like othor peoplo Yes there is hardly u doubt that public ownership of railroads would destroy tho country 1 To havo tho people own Homo thing instead of having tho corpor ation own everythingi would ho too awful a condition to contemp late l To have all the millions that have nude a lot ofImilliunanes go into th public treasury or remain in the peoples pocket by lowering the rates would bring on a reign of tirror sure I litI hay harm gov ernment by such people as Reagan that lias produced tho crop of trusts that are gobbling all the wealth of the nation 1If tho rail roads wore public property the senators Jwould not got thousands of dollars for their votes in aid of tho railroad magnates lea Hence tho fear of taw Keagans o o o In the past year 0019 U Ssol diers mot dentil loss than 1000 in bnttlo and nearly 0000 by malig nant fevers Of those who wore discharged many are ruined by dis ease This is tho price of war How much bettor it would bo to havo them employed by tho govern ment at homo building moro beau tiful homos making moro and hot ter clothing creating moro and purer food and giving moro nod higher entertainment for tho peo pIe But that would ho anarchy I It scorns that peoplo look with dis gust on any peoplo biting usefully employed by thin government but to bo uselessly destructively em ployed is glcrious I If tho people who make war wore the ones who Ian to do the fighting and pay the IXpinscH wars would chase hut so long as dupes can be wheedled out of th expense whim others make millinnH WillS will go on This cnmlry has not yet tasted what it is sated to tasto in the WilY of war Hud war taxtls It is coming yit HO tho dulltst must feel mud piotest o o o Jlw long do you think the pres eat concentration of wealth can goon putting untold millions into thin handy of schemers How long will it Ilxn until no small follow can do liusincsa of any kind l Jf thin trusts keep gathering millions will they riot at some time have all the wealth and all tho other pi ople have norm If the wealth of the nation is 7o billions und these 000 trusts gather in that amount of wealth whore do tho other follows come inl Are they not now gath ering at a rate that will not soon amount to that sum total Is thoro anything that you can see that indicates that tho game they are playing will not continuo gath ering forco as it o081 What busi uPsS except one of these is prosperous What lino of business tan ynu map out today for a boy that promises other than a dreary Pulary for ono of those combines von if ho is SnrO of it job with tliin- e o o Tlesonof ExSenator Logan was killed1 Iii the Philippines and the body was ordered1 home in pump pnoploWb clnyWhouch moro considered How long will men bo foolish enough to fight and dio wlymJ they aro no moro considered than tho horses Logan and his son have boon kept at tho publicexpensefor a generation the r Naze Green K31900-Q u I hie above is a snnlpln lettertend printnd fit this ollico and the paper used is lYtho best If you non1 nnytIiiuu of tIto kind write for prices old give us n trial order rlirlla 7hlAZ 7ZA777al Tr7i747aaelaJa 41lfa SI mother draws a princely pension theyhnvoout of whose sweat they draw the honey of labor 1 believe in a system that would treat all alike tthat would pension mOll and women who had served in the industries of thin nation as woll as tthose who had served in the destructive forces of tho nation bettor in feet One has produced wealth and the other has only destroyed wealth1 I LhIaAFree Another Protected Trust Protection has mode tho borax trust a profit of 800000 a year and has cost the consumers of the United States more titan 500 000 the Pacific Coast Bornx Com pany owns all tho mines in this country and works only a part of thorn to keep down tint supply This company soils borax in England for 9J cents a pound hilt notwithstanding the saving in transportation expenses soils thin puinn commodity in this country for n cents a pound Thoro is a protective tariiYon bores of 5 cents a pound nut till peoplo are forced to pay that tax not to the government but to till borax trust- lhnt such a tax is not weosnary in order that the borax company may snake money has boon proved I by thin fact that under tho Wilson tariff it kept right on ill business and was forced to increase its pro duction by thin enlarged demand But the borax king F11Smith- got I a protective thrill of f contra pound on tho product inserted in tho Dingloy tariff bill and as a result his company is making an annual profit of nearly 1000000 No wonder the trusts are all in favor of McKinloy and tho reten tion of tho Republican party in power The plain peoplo who have to pay this entirely unnecessary tnx should lllO every energy in moo to ovorthrow tho friends of monopoly and to replace thom with men who have the interests of tho masses at heart Chicago I Democrat Administrators Notice All persons havingelnimsaKRinst tho estate of the lute Samuel Moore deceased are hereby notified that they must prf ont thorn to mo for settlement on or before Saturday tho 27th day of January 1000 at tho ollico of Squire John D lose on Lacy crook Wolfo county Kyor they will bo barred JACK Mirrtrl Administrator Job work dono at this office n H I IDR J F SIMON Of limlftvlIlK Kj Will Remain In Hazel Green for Eight Days nnd Will Bo at Tho Day House It is my specialty to lit glasses in such n manner that they receive tho eyestrain perfectly j fitting tho eye with spectacles lint you cnn see with ease and comfort thus preserving tho eye In examining I the eye only thin latest and most unproved methods nnd instruments are used Physicians especially nre invited to call amid investigate my methods of correcting errors of refraction Many cases of lieminclie neuralgia nervousness irritability insomnia vertigo nervous prostration and tho seeming stupidity of children nro often duo to defective vision caused by an abnormal curvature of tho cornea or crystalline lens or to an ir regularity of the refracting media of the eye and nre relieved at once upon the application tho proper glasses Ninety per cent of the people over 10 years of ngo need glasses and flO per cent of the 00 need them for distance GlusucH are notalways given to improve eyesight hut to relieve undue strains in short to n+ sist nature Thousands of eyes are ruined yearly Seven persons out of ten have neither eyes nlike and one out of 20 Astigmatism hence thin lllntt1I1SPCClllillUcnl1ulI of the OtII within thin lat few year tilt correct adaption of spectacles has hcromu A ds beet profession Tho optician who tho roughly tmderftands his buMneM realizes fully that in adjusting glasses for hip eiiHUimers he is treating with a most del icate nail precious organ where the lightest error may result fltriouly w II ill if ho does hits work well ho not only gives coinort and ease to his patroiiHbul in many instances restores the sighti Special care should be taken in select ing the first pair of spectacles nor should it bo attempted without tho aid of re sponsible optician Itis most important that the lenses should be accurately cen bred rind of the best quality and the frames w made that the wearer looks IIII rectly through tho center Glasses nicely fitted to the face become nn ornament as well ns a necessity Fitting children with spectacles n specialty Parents do not neglect your childrens eyes Difficult cares solicited All questions in regard to the eyes cheerfully answered CONBriTATIOJf ASM KXAMISATION 1IIKK Office hours from 7111 in to JJ p0r at Day House Hazel Green A thrilling war toryJ y Conan Doyle is 01 e of tho features of the December Cosmopolitan JFrank H Stockton hearten Maarlons Olive Sdireiner and Edgar Hal tut also have stories and sketchiest in j the Christmas number Olga NothI orsolo contributes a very interest log sketch of her personal expe rience in her efforts to succeed on the stage Lifo lies not been all sunshine for MissNothorsolo Sho made her place battling against tremendous odds and tolls how she succeeded in a way that is at onco interesting and inspiring L Railroad for MorgtnII Articles of incorporation woro CouutyClerk LiokingHand operate a lino of railroad from Midland Hath county to West Liberty Morgan county Tho in LloydNathaniel TaylorDudley and Lindley M Webb Portland Alaino J W Hannon Old Town Maine and KCOroar lit Sterling The capital stock is 50000 nlrondybuiltod just as rapidly as possible Tho nbuo compnn1 succeeds the Licking Valley Railroad Co Tho now road will orator tho rich coal fields of Morgan county and will do a great deal toward advancing the resources of Eastern Kentucky Tho Eagle King of All Birds is noted for its keen sight clear and distinct vision So are those nglogoJ grnnniutodlids Ho sure and1 road our grunt offer of THK JlKitAin for a year nod tho Farm Journal for the balance of 1810 and nilof 1000 1101I 1002 and 1DOJJ nearly fivo yearn all for till price of our papHalone 1 hint walk up to the captain nfiire and draw the greatest prim you over bats 00I1 i of scarlet fever aged about I years and was buried at the Jloldorby grave yard on Tuondny The infant child of John Pie rat Ls of tho Murphy forltof Gra y died on Sunday morning and on Monday was buried ut KoI where repose tho remains of two others of the childron Arbury Brooks has resigned his position as deputy postmaster and is undecided as to what ho willI engage in Dr Nickoll is taking a much needed rest from his prac tice and1 attending time postoflico in person Dr and Mrs Mason Keith on tertained Kov Hainey Afaxey MrsI Rashs brother and John JlttyoH of Morgan county during tho preachers inntituto at this place last weak If a girl refuws an oflor of mar ring iuul becomes a spinster she may rpgrot it j and if sho marries This mss regret itso what can the poor gm dol Mrs Emily Lacy und her son dnl1ghtII Alaytown a flying visit 01 Sun day Mesdames P N Day and John Evans wont to Campion Wednes lay morning and returned in tho evening It was a business visit Born tp Nolly Gardner of color on Sunday morning last a boy t j THE KELLAMi t- A l ll l 1 I I I I I 1 MEGRTMTNECANCERI I l I I I I I I I t I I 1 1 I A poiltlvo nnd pcrmnncnt nre fur tneurlum IlalMIead idii iuul nil other rMrnil OC liultflieur Ncnral rlu HEADACHE CURED FREE liy siunplc mallud you it tide PnptrisorcritlonodI The wore l lieuilaulicH eau re- tttevuttthet less fnnncnt will oo hlr return until pernm munnutiy eurd Hold bVlll drjggUU i JlTV 60i CENTS A BOX Tho Dr Whitehall Wloef CorSOUTH BEND IND ri4CouricrJournnlHKBALU ono year for only 12rrwiiafndvanco and besides we wmI81fr tTNyearofi Ltf + y rl tr4r y M M it 1JIitiJt l1It rb i t I I t 1 i I t C1y Nr 11- l n 4 ATt a 1 4 r 1 9- lit n I 17 i A STfiONG Stf 1MMEJKJ 4I From Bin Dr Talmage Draws a Noble Lesson The Alwiiri Ready lIelpflne of Hellfclon for Those Who StriiR IIte Aaaturt Advere Cir cumatanoerC- opyright Louts KlopHch 1893 In this discourse Dr Talmnge em ploys a very Sold figure of the Jlllilc to bring out the helpfulness of religion for all those in tiny kind of struggle aheI text Is Isaiah L511 lie Khali spread forth lUll bunds In the midst of them n e he that Hwliuineth sprcadcth forth his hands Ju the summer season multitudes oft people wude Into the ponds and lakes and rivers and Kens to dive or flout o- rlInJn a world the most of which iis wider all men and women should learn to swim Some of you have learned the side stroke introduced by George Pew tern in 1850 each stroke of that kind carrying the swimmer a distance of six feet and soul of you may use the over htind stroke Invented by Gardener the expert who by It won the 600 yard cham pionship In Manchester in 1862 the swimmer by that stroke carrying his arm In the air for a more lengthened reach and some of you may trend the water as though you had been made to walk the sea hut most of you usually take what IK culled the brvnst stroke placing the hands with the backs up ward about the Inches under the water the Inside of the wrists touching the breast then pushing the arms forward coincident with the stroke of the fret struck out to the greatest width possi Lit and you thus unconsciously Illus trate the meaning of my text lie shall spread forth Ills hands in the midst of them an he that swimmcih sprendeth forth his hands to swim Ihe fisherman seeks out unfrequent ed nooks You stand today on the bank of a river in the broiling sun and ding out your line and each nothing while an expert angler breaks through till jungle null goes by the shadow of till solitary rock and in a place where no fisherman has been for ten yearn thnms out Ms hut and comes home III night his face shining and his basket full IItin tint know whywe ministers of the lospcl need always be fishing in the saute stream told preaching from till Htune texts that oilier p ople prcich from I cannot understand the policy of the minister who in Hluekfriars London Kngliind every week for io years preached from the Kpisllcto the Hebrews It IIs an exhilaration to me when 1 come across a theme which I feel no one else has treated andI my text IIK one of tluit kind There nre paths III finds Word that an well bent en by Christian feet When turn mutt lo quote Scripture they quote I hohl pnMigch thai everyone has heard licn theysalt a chapter renil Ithey read a thnptcr that all tilt oilier pro lilt have been rending so that the church today Is ignorantI of three fourth of the Ilible You glIllItu the nllHIlIt Purls Vein eon llu a yourself to one corridor of that opulcitt gallery of paintings As you conic out your friend huts toyou Did youscc that Kcnilirandt No Did you see that Keubcns No Iill you hec that Titian No Did you in that KnplmcIV No Well slits your friend Ithen you did not sec the Louvre Now my friends I think we arc too much apt to eon hue ourselves to one of the grout corridors of Scrip ture truth rued so much so that there is not one person out of n million who hush ever noticed the nil suggestive and pus erful picture in the words of my text The text represents lod as a strong swimmer striking out to push down in iquity and save the souls of men lie slum spread forth Ills human in the midst of them ns he that swlmmcth prcadeth forth Ills hands to swim The figure Is bold and navy sided Most of you tenons how to swim Sunk of you learned it in the city school where this art Is taught some of you 3n boyhood In the river ncnr your ifthcrs house some of you since you cane to manhood or womanhood 1 while iiimmeringon the bench of the sea It Is n good thing to know how to swim not only for yourself but because you will nfter nwhile perhaps have to help nth ers i I do not know unythhuginure stirring or sublime than to see some man like Norman McKcnle leaping from the ship Minims kiln the sea to save Charles J tuner wino had dropped trout the roy nl yard while trying to loosen the sail bringing him hark to the deck undid the huzza of the passengers and crew If n ulna has not enthusiasmI enough to cheer in such circumstances he de nerves himself to drop into the sea and hoc no out help him The Jloyal Hu mane societyof Knglnnd was cstnb United in 17M its object to applaud and reward those who should plunk up life from the deep Anyone who hits per formed such n deed of daring has all the particulars of that bravery recorded In r publio record and on his breast a sucdnl done in blue and gold and bronze anchor and monogram and inscription telling to future generations the bra cry of the man or woman who saved some one from drowning But If it Is uch worthy thing to saw a hotly from chedp I ask you if it Iis art a worth let thing to save an Immortal soul AddII I YOU shall se this hour the Son of God step forth for this achievement lie shall spread forth Isis hands in the midst of them ns he that swimmcth sprcadeth forth his hands to swim In order to understand the full forcei of this figure you need to realize that our race Is in n sinking condition You sometimes Incur people talking of what they consider the most beautiful words In our language One man says it is home another man says it is the word mother another says it is the word Jesus but I tell you the bitterest word In all our language the most nn gry and baleful the word saturated with the most trouble the word that accounts for nil the loathsomeness and the pang and the outrage and the liar rowing and that word Is sin You spell it with three letters and yet those three letters describe the circumference and pierce the diameter of everything bud In the universe tilt is n sibilant word You cannot pronounce it without giving the sirs of the flame or the hlof the serpent Hintl And then if you add three letters to that word it describes everyone of ns by nature sinner We 1I1eoutrngcd the IlIwofGod not occasionally or now and then but perpetually The Uiblc declares it Hark l It thunders two claps The heart Iin deceitful above all things find desperately wicked The soul that Klnneth it shall die What the Bible says our own conscience ntlirms After sludge Morgan had sentenced Lady Jane Grey to death his conscience troubled him so much for the deed that he became insane and nil through his insanity he kept paying Take her away from me Lady Jane trey Take hr away Lady Jane Grey It was the voice of conscience And no man ever does anything wrung however great or small but his conscience brings that mutter before him and nt every step of his misbehavior it cnys Wrong wrung Sin Is n leprosy sin is n par alysis sin is n consumption sin is pollution sin Iis death live it n fair chance and it will swamp you and me body mind and soul forever In thus world it only gives a faint intimation of its virulence You sic a patient In the first stages of typhoid fever The check is somewhat flushed the hands somewhat hot pcrcccdcd by n slight chill Why you say typhoid fever does not seem to be much of a disease lint wait until the patient has been MX weeks under it and nil his energies have been wrung out and he is too weak to lift his little finger old his intellect gout then you see Ithe full havoc of the dlfeaM1 Now sin in tills world is an ailment which is rally in its first stages lint let it get under full way and it is mi all enmisumtimig typhoid Oh if we multi tiN our unpardoned slits ns God sees them our teeth would chatter and our hrecs would knock together and our respiration would be choker and our heart would break If your sins are unforgivcn they are bearing down on you and you are sinking sinkingj away from happiness sinking tawny from God sinking away from everything that is good find blessed Then what do we want A swimmer a strong swimmer n swift swimmer And blessed be God in my textt we trove him announced He shall spread forth His hands in the midst of then as lie I thatI swiiniueth strctchcth forth his hands to swim You have noticed that when n swimmer goes to rescue nnyone he puts off his heavy apparel He must not have any such impediment aboutI Mint if he is going t ti do this greet deed And when Christ sell cd forth to save us He shook off the sandui of Heaven and His feet were free and then He stepped down into the wave of our transgressions anl II cone over Ills wounded feet and It came above the spear stab In Ills side aye it dashed to the lacerated temple the highwater murk of Ills anguish Then rising above the flood He stretched forth Ills hands in the midst of them ns he that swlmmeth sprcadeth forth his hands to swim If you have ever watched n swimmer you notice thai his whole body IIs brought into play The arms are flexed the hands drive the water backI the knrui arc active the head IIs thrown back to escape strangulation Ithe whole boll Is In propulsion And when Christ sprung Into the deep to save ns He threw ills entire nature into It all His Godhead His omniscience JIll good ness ills love His omnipotenceI head heart eyes hands feet We were far out on the sea and so deep down in the waves and so far out from the shore that nothing short of an entire God could save us Christ leaped out for our yes cur saying Lo I some to do thy will and nil the surges of human and Hutnnlc hate heat against hint and those who watched Him from the gates of Heaven feared He would go down under the wave anti instead of saving others would Himself perish hut put ting ills breast to the foam and slinking the surf from ills locks He came on and on until He is now within the reach of everyone here eye omniscient heart infinite tent omnipotent mighty to save even unto the uttermost Oh It was not half a God that tram pled down bellowing Gennesnrct It was not a quarter of a God that mastered1 twoInto the arms of his overjoyed sisters it was not n fragment of God who of fered pardon and peace to all tiie race No This mighty siwimner threw His j grandeur HI flory His might His wfr dom Ills omnipotence and Ills eterfalty into this one nut It took both hands ol God to save usboth feet How do I boththands nailed i On the cross were not both feet spiked Ills entire nature involved in our redemption If you have lived much by the water you notice alto that if anyone is going out to the rescue of the drowning heImust be independent selfreliant to go alone There may be a time when he must spring out to tine one and he cannot get i lifeboat and If he goes out and has not strength enough to bear himself upnmI bear another up he will sink and Instead of drugging one corpse out of the billows you will have two to drag out When Christ sprang out into the sea to deliver us he had no life buoy Ills Father did not Help Him Alone in the wine press alone in the pang alone in the darkness alone on the mountain alone in the sent Oh If He saves UB He shall have all the credit for there was none to help No our no wing no ladder When Nathaniel Lyon fell in the battle charge in front of his troops he hind a whole army to cheer him When Mar steal Ney sprang into the contest and plunged in the spurs till the houe flanks spurted blood nil France ap plauded him Shut Jesus alone Of the people there was none to help All forsook Him anti lied Oh It was not a flotilla that sailed luau and saved us It was not a cluster of gondolas that came over the WIll It was one person Independent tad alone spread ingout HiKThnndH among us as a swim mer sprcadeth forth his hands to swim I want to persuade you to lay hold of this strong swimmer No you say I it is always disastrous for a drowning man to lay hold of a swimmer There is not a river or lake but hits a calamity resultant from the fact that when n strong swimmer went out to save n sinking man the drowning man clutched him threw his arms around him pin lOlled his arms and they both went down together When you are saving a man in the water you do not want to saute up by his fare You want to come up by his back You do not want him to hold you while you take hold of hint Hut blessed be God Jesus heist Is so strong a swimmer lie comes not to our buck hut to our face and He asks us to throw around Him the arms of our love maid then promises to take us to the beach std He will do it Do not trust that plunk of good worlds Do not trust that shivered spar of your own righteousness Christ only can give you safe transportation Turn your filet upon Him us the dying martyr did in olden times when he criedout None but Christ None but Christ Jesus huts taken millions to the laud and He IH willing to take you there Oh what hardness to thrust Him back when He huts been swimming all the way from the Ithrone of God whirls you are sow fluid is ready to swim till the way back again taking your redeemed spirit I have somcHiiicK thought what a spectacle the ocean bell will present when in the Just day the water is mull drawn oil It will In a line of wrecks from beach to beach There IK where tin harpooners went down There iis whirr the line of battleships went down There IIs where the merchant men went down There is where the steamers went down a long line of wrecks from beach to Mush What a spectacle in the last daytttten the wa ter Iis drawn otT lint oh how much more solemn if we had an eye to see the spiritual wrecks and the pliers where they foundered You would thud thousand along our roads and streets Christ came down in their awful cat mis trophe putting out for their souls spreading out ills hands ns a swimmer yprcudcth forum his hands to swim but they thrust thin In the sore heart and they smote Ills fair check and the storm and darkness swallowed them up 1 ask you to lay hold of this Christ anti lay hold of hum now You will sink without Him From horizon to horizon not one sell in sight only one strong fwimmcr with heed flung buck cod arms outspread 1 hear many saying Well 1 would like to be a Christian T am going to work to become n Christian MyI broth erg you begin wrong When a man in drowning and a strong swimmer cornea out to help him he says to him Now be quiet Put your urns on my arm or on my shoulder but dont struggle dont try to help yourself and Ill taka you ashore The more you struggle and the more you try to hill yourself the more you impede me Now be quiet and Ill take you ashore When Christ the strong swimmer comes out to save a soul the sinner says Thats right I am glad to see Christ anti I am going to help Him in the work of my redemp tlon 1 am going to pray more and that will help Him mind I am going to weep extravagantly over my sins and that will help Him No it will not Stop your doing Christ will dc vii or none You cannot lift an ounce +u cannot move an Inch in this mutter of your rev demption Five Oldest CollcKf The five oldest colleges in the United States are Harvard 1036 William and Miry 1693 Yule 1701 University of Pennsylvania 17W Princeton J746 We dont know the name of the young Csi college Ilutgers college stands ninth in the tonloruy list urr 1 orb THE RATTLEBOX WEED ae Iolnonnnw Conntllacnt In Un known llu ncMldr Sloth In itis Leave mill Secd The Latin name of this weed is Crothiaria Hiigittalls It Is popularly known ns rnttlewced and wild pen A government bulletin has this to say of it It is n hairy annual three to eighteen inches high with simple un divided leaves one to two inches long munch small yellow penlike flowers ap pearing in July The seed pods are about nn Inch long when mature und are nearly black They are much in fluted and as the walls arc stiff and thin and very resonant they matte xIcellent miniature rattles when the seeds lute become detached from their fastenings inside the pod The rattle IIATTLKHOX rtANT A Whole Plant H flectloa of Seed Pod Both OneThird Natural Size box iis native In low sandy soils from the Atlantic westward to Minnesota std eastern Kansas It iis also found1 in New Mexico It Is common in Con fleet icut New Jersey and North Car olina and in sonic years is very abun than in bottom lands along the valley of the Missouri in South Dakota and Jowa The poisonous constituent Iis un known but it resides tenth in tin leaves until in the seeds Horses and1 sometimes entile are killed by cut lug grass nixed with till plant They arc not poisoned so often by eating the plant in the fields Public mitten tion was first called 10 the poisonous nature of the rattlcbox by Dr Stalker of Iowa who in 1884 while investi gating the cause among horses in Iowa mostlyIfplant Kxperiincuts were made that proved the supposition to be correct The percentage of rattlcbox in meadow hay will be much reduced i the fields arc burned over when the seeds matureI the preceding summer The growth of perennial grasses willI nut he materially utTccttd thereby DAIRY AND STOCK Twentyfive of the large breeds of mutton sheep arc enough for a flock More than this number together do not usually do well Merinos eau be kept in larger flocks aegheeled it Is an unwise policy to let them get poor in some bushy lot iinthought of just because they art not in use When the pastures begin to fail it will be necessary to give the cows sonic extra feed It will always be cheapest to supply with an extra ration of green feed Sweet corn pens omits etc are nil very rood but sweet corn will as a rule give best satisfaction Never buy an animal of miry kind un tit your know how to take care of it It is altogether too common for people to Iheyknowill treatment and dies null the new mints ter blames the person from whom it was purchased and then begins to inquire as to the care it should have received Farm Journal Cheap Shrltrr for Sheep One of the advantages in keeping sheep Is that they do runt need an ex pensive building as a shelter A shed open on out side suits them as well UK a tight burn and even better as they require considerable ventilation lint it should be so arranged that both rain and snowman be kept out of it for the slice should not get them fleece wet in cold weather it takes too long to get It dry again raid the whole body gets chilled reducing vitality even if they do not take colds to set them cough lug and running at the nose Nor should water be allowed to run Into the lihedI from outside A sheep will not lie down in the mud or on wet straw Keep the inside of the shed dry and well littered with clean straw anti the sheep will be healthy and thrive well even on moderate feed American Cultivator jJ HEAVY CORN FEEDING TerMlpi Pumpkin and DUMB Mill feed Should He Given la Coa- nrctlon with It There is no economy in stinting the ration given to growing and fattening pigs The pint should always bo to in dace as heavy feeding as possible AI whys much care should be given to se cure perfect digestion ns heavy feed ing sometimes rouses trouble witn the digestive organs After green corn commences there is always a desiic to hurry the pigs to market and corn Is fed to the utmost limit It must be remembered that the in id em quicklydeveloped pig iu a croft creature as compared with his ances furs of 00 years ago that the four to six months old pig will not corn and dil gest it like the yearling or 18months old hogs of the pull Something must be dune to keep up the appetite of this young thing- A range over n grass sward will give exercise If it is clover nodi that they run over they will get much to keep their systems in tone Heavy feeding by some rusty be thought to consist in having corn al ways by them This is not correct as they will consume more if fed at stated keeptheirI Id to fatten the feeding should bo heavy to the finish uu a limited feed ing Is always attended with loss It will be found un advantage to give variety in feeding While corn is the main ration a good grass ration IK U IHuuPkiIlM as other succulent foods full then Mangels they take to at once anti while theyhelpIis IIIWu acceptable if fed damp and lu proper quantityI Ve do not regard these things as a cutoff on the amount of corn fed but rather as an aid to heavy corn feeding and also an aid in prolonging the tinge corn may be fed without the hugs stalling on it and getting entirely oft feed John M Jamison in American Culti vutorTHE BEST PAYS BEST Partner Who iron Something lift 1ter Thnn Can He Found In the Market MnbpN Money The great difficulty in making farms pay is that most farm crops cannot be ussorted into good better anti bestl They must be sold at so nearly u uni form price that there is no money in it In stock growing and in fruit growing such wide differences In value can be 1made that it is possible to charge the very rich who always want the best whatever the best is worth mute and if it be not too easily produced than this So long as a now grows only for the universalI I market he must sell ut prices which even the poorest can pay Hut let him grow Minictiiing better than ran be found in the market stud IK can get cnongi higher priers to pay him double for all his extra trouble This is the secret of getting rich in all kinds of business Money is to he got from thusfthis forget the poor Not at all The struggle to im ittII one year iis thus placed within the reach of all u few years later and another best hub taken its place Marring accidents from untimely frosts It Iis the Vest fruit that pays the most profit and that can lie grown most cheaply if the average of years is con sidered TIll labor of spraying with in secticides mind with fungicide to makeI the fruit fair and the further labor of thinning it produces so much more fruit every year that it cum be sold with profit at rates within the reach of all The very rich will still got the best and pay for it but the poorest will get more and better fruit than they ever before enjoyed Massachusetts Plough mUll EXCELLENT PIG TROUGH Ircvl O MU lr I i c rllicH One ThiU It Very Cnnvfnlent Humble end Iny lo flake The illustration shows a kind of trough for feeding pigs which is very convenient durable and easy to make The end hoards are long enough so that the pigs cannot turn the affair over and owing to the upright board running THOUGH FOR PEKDIXO PIGS lengthwise of the trough and dividing it Into two parts they are also prevented from getting into it nnd fouling their food Strips four inches wide are nailed to the edges of the trough at requisite dUtanccH separating the trough into proper space for each pig and thus prevents crowding In order to avoid light hug among the animals tliijrc should always be more spaces provided than there are pigs to feed Fred 0 Slbley iu Ohio Farmer I i 1- a t a h i I 11 J iI 4frl 1 J rl rlF r j j i ili Hi 1 JIt JI J 1 9t JIJ t I t I t i 1 F eI flII eu ea eu ec IU eu It I I I IIJ IIJri trIH IHIn Inn ofHi In tl1I I l1Tl TIn Ih lit hr grDi 4ka 9 j j i t k u r w Ill 1 rfir L i lJ I C A J I v x N Y + d1ii- p h n wt 1r use tiax t r + i Y h+ ql t+ tt f71PI i7ih i + 3 A LITTLE NONSENSE Vllllnni D utrOlttcudng Pv weighs 540 pounds l renio t AfeKinley tried smoking i pipe for awhilee but he IIIH returned tc figure There slit utsuriglnti Gibson girl The nrtist used u dozen models in draw jng his iilctiirpjv Sir Nomyfes Reid who hnB just re tired front the editorship of the Speak tr IK u rabid hater of America detest fug the newspapers of the Tnlted State nbove all tiling Tin phjshhuis cn ngid at hospital In Jirnmn vibes reecive fnt15111t 3000 a year with permission to Ink private patientst as long as that dote not interfere with their hospital duo ties The only man In tin world reported to he worth over l0l00l000 is the Anglleled lermnti Alfred Belt IItltI not yet 50 is1 well edneated nod made Ills fortune In diamonds during tin pant 21I years v Dr 1I1 Hoadley the Connecticut state librarian hat in leis piisM iOU an old placard or dodger1 p whichi wan ills trihutcd ten days after the death of Vnrthtngton nod nnnounees inentorial service in hart foul HUMAN POODLES OF EUROPE Ilutonle AilmlriTN of Wives Tolvrnl oil h MIIKIIIII M Vlio Un Nut 11 ke u lie llorcil Poodle Is the name given on yonder side of the water to what is sometime here described as the lame cat of an establishment ilmt is tin only recog nltd admirer of the lady of the house whose devotion to htIIU tolerated alike by husband and by society because it is known to be harmless and platonic It Is a custom which has been imported into Kngland from the continent where the admirer in question ik known as the cavalierc scrventc und today in Great Hntuin as everywhere on the inalnlamrTTT E mope till women with filly pretension to fashion and to bo cletv linn their human poodles Poodles of this kind seldom if ever figure in the divorce court The women regard them as all very well to fetch and carry for them to net ula their es tort to entertain theta to give then flowers etc but they would never dream compromising themselves fill the sake of a poodle The poodle is usually a single unto with enough money to enable him to live a life of leisure His poodledom furnishes trim with a nice house where he feels at 1101111 and where he can go without any formalI invitation no matter whether It is in town or in the country Single men Let dreadfully tired of mens so ciety and find great1 relief in that of a pretty brilliant witty woman Itesliles it is so very convenient for the husband The poodle saves htm no end of trouble acts as his wifes escort every where and serves its a sort of light ning conductor for all ill humors In fact today poodledom has become such u recognicd social institution in Ii rope that it Iis only the evilminded anti the people without any experience of till world wlio see any barm in it Nothing Iis more amusing than to watch the attitude of the husband to ward the wifes poodle Ills manner is charactericd by a sort of mingled eon descension patronage just a touch of contempt and a dash of gratitude His pride would be hurl were he to see the woman bearing his mime without nil those little attentions of which a fash ionable woman stands III need and yet which he would consider a hurt if obliged himself to furnish them A woman notices a mistake if she chooses a poodle who is more brilliant distinguished than lure husband and is particularly blameworthy if she se lects one who is richer than the man whose name she bears It is onlyeasesI if thin kind that excite talk Vo Stouts would have been east at Mrs Singleton the Violet Fine of literature lad the not chosen as her poodle man such UK Lord Currle who was so much more wealthy and brilliant than poor dull Insignificant Mr Singleton And In the same way the present duchess of Devon shire while stillI duchess of Manchester was the object of much slander owing lrtIIXhrl1l1tIof DevonshireI was so much more lever ittul well to do than the late duke of Manchester Thai the two ladies were entirely innocent of any rent wrongdoing iis however shown by the net that both arc frequent visitors of the queen at Windsor rustle and that whllo n ie namely the duchess of Devonshire Is the wife1 of a cabinet minister the oilier Is Mritish ambassa dress nt Koine No one ever hears anything of the poodles of the young duchess of Slither Innelof Imly Dudley of Iady Wolver ton of the young duchess of Medford- of I the duchess of Portland of the marchioness of Granby yet they all have their poodles only they have the tnet anti stivnir faire to choose for the purpose men more insignificant in litisbandsTint o nored by the general public although they arc of course sufliciently well Known to society itself to render it a breach of loud manners to imitr a great lady to any entertainment with 5t t nt the snme time asKing her poodle f Washington 1okt rlf PLEA FOR THE CODFISH tA CMcl Cook Mara TtoU Kllah h Kot Appreciated nt It tied Worth If codfish cost a dollar n pound said the chef it would be more unlrer sally beloved 1 tell you It is the bcti Hither nab known I have tried the whitefish all over the world but the codfish Is king of them all anti IHI not appreciated at hilc1I1 worth hook him In any way you like Ulllt he lin de licious liven tin dried rotfiitli picked up and served In errant fur breakfast is a line dish Iut him in a bug sew him up tightly and let hint hollor bake him carefully well stuffed and he is deliciousLet tell you that when you stake fishcakes you should not drown out the fish with potato Put as little potato tuueeInthecukesasposseble they can be made arms them in a blan ket of eggs and do not 111 Jplllillg of the egg You can mule a tasty dish of codfish cokes If you win follow my advice Fish cakes arc considered a very democratic dish of course hut my patron who pays me a large salary is OK democratic as be used to be In his younger dnjH When he sends down to me nn order for fish calrs for the next mornings breakfast he says be watts McsehtittV fish eases with egg That Is the order and he is thinking of Ills younger life when as he once told inc in a basement on llrondway be used to get the fluent butter cakes null lisp cakes he ever lasted excepting yours chef he odds always lint I know that dimes in those days were as thou sanddollar bills to him now and his appetitei Will keener cud more appre ciative SHEEP FOUND IN ALASKA tle lt Suit lu sir Ihv 1luil Dcllolou of ill Wild tnlllr And U Much Suimlil This rare wild white sheep Is found nowhere In tilt world butt Alaska and few specimens for mounting whole have eveT been obtained rays a writer in Outing This species named ovjs chili by Irof IHall differs from IU coiuin till Kocky mountain big horn ovis montana in color ovU tnonlsina being a dullI brown In midsummer changing to tugrayinh drab in winter with a light iiHfiyVohirod patch over the rump all the year while the avis dalll is Know white at nil seasons in fact there is note colored hnh on any part1 of Its body He Iis not quite so block UyI built as the big horn yet more trim and shapely Two of my specimens stood II Inches fit the shoulder JIlt limbs are tint quite so heavy and his horns will not average as large at the base although quite as long The horns of my largest specimen of IHT meaoured 41 Vi InelicH in length nod II Inches III circumfer ence at the base The posh IIs the most delicious of ai wild game In the sunnier this sheep lives ehiv11ynn the rich succulent growth of the asplenium septentrion tile which grows in tin crevices of the rock on the sunny slopes of this tagged range This beautifulI animal miiHt en dure great hardships to sit rvi the win tees of tits Icy sorth JusticetoIon Uiolte e It stay take n pcrvin n lang time to pet rhecpYonkersSt For the lint year of his married life he ranie to dinner in evening clothe What does he do now Now he COIUCH to break fast in themihtck When you conic acrose A man who i unIeasy if lie owes u man a dollar you come across n pretty Rood sort of a rituen even if he does not belong to your church or vote your ticket Advance Kunner The average woman rcldom carries a hand kerchief This in particularly noticeable at the thriiter during the pathetic partN of the play At a recent performance live women wept upon one nandkerehief Atchison Globe Fue1hYoll never can tell anything about the weather At the time of the flood l nightslhnldya weather bureau in existence at that titer it would have prophesied fair weather or at lleast clearing tel morning Boiton JramcriJlteA SatisfactionWiat are you going to do for nnitiftpinrnt toilnv 1 think anew ered the hero that Ill RO to n dune mu seum and see the armies phenomenon 1 didnt know you were interested in curi oitien of that kind I unit formerly Mat it will he n great satisfaction to meet fomrbcdy who Im dead sure iiMtl going to shake hand with me Washington Star Located Papa said the minister little Mn I thought you told me the outer day that I ntiat tmeycr say cant because there iis no such word Yes the good I s aid w and i repeat it Ill tluebright lexicon that youth reserve for glorious manhood there in no such word as lltlttoWell little Willie returned mcbby it mightnt be in the bright lexicon but when 1 was playing with Mate Welt wood today 1 heard lips papa say you 1Vetl full of itChicago Time Htrnhl RATTLESNAKE EATER A Georgia Negro Who Captnm had belts the Reptile Sometime Makes A Meat of them Moses Henderson In a sable Ion of Afrieu and lives two miles froth Ainerl CUK in a rocky field where rattlesnakes art most plentiful says the Savannah News Moses makcH u Hvlng by cup i turlng snakes and selling them This lIeemfonrI he brought a very large snake to the city trying to sell its hulls There were 21l rattles on It The illn ke was very pour fluid Moses said it would not do to eat anti he stuffed its hide and sold It- tt for H good price livery year Moses makes u good dent of money selling snake oil He says right down the vertebrae of n rattlesnake Is a fatly streak of flesh that makes tin oil when fried that will cure any case or rheu matism It in strange to how many people ho sells this rheumatic snake oil lie has a long list of certificates from people he has cured Same of thorn tire tram Intelligent whites who declare that the nil huts cured them when nil other remedies have felled lie sells a vial of the oil for one dollar and guar antees a lasting curt Muses hays his father waa an African voodoo doctor and taught him how to rare all aches mind pifliiK with snake oil The negroes of Sumtercounty set ernte and fear him as a mysterioust doe tar who can cure sewn sill else falls and look upon his Mtake oil us some thing cncbantrd I ITHE INDIAN TERRITORY A MliKKturl Woninn Sugmrraa Pint Ahtn It lliMoinrtt n Siuii It Slmll Ile Culled IcirtTnou Mm Robert II True cf Clinton Mo writes to the St Louis Republic suggesting I that when the Indian territory shall become n stale it be admitted toI tin union under the name of Jefferson tsayst tamale the suggestion to sev eral prominent citizens of the terri tory in my recent rip through that Im portant section and they view the pro posed name of Jefferson with enthu siasm They think it would be accept able to the entire territory thus to hon or the memoryof Thomas Jefferson under whose direction the Louisiana Ipurchase1 was made Jeffersons name historyIt of state ISItHt the purchase of the original territory of Louisiana In isi 3 many states have been formed numbers of which Ihire been named for Individuals I who linn achieved greatness No state has been named In honor of Jefferson ji ii who opened and closed the negotiations UlnluhwII I i tory Progress n state br formed of this territory i The only opportunity of honoring I arilImule n Into- ROCKING BEAUTIFIES WOMEN HIMI nil KiiRllnh Scliiilinf Account fur the Synimitrj of Amcr- Irun llinltB The rowklng chair according to an English scientist user here for the pur pose of writing n llook of travels deserves even a higher place In Ameri can esteem than It now holds for it is responsible this eagleeyed ol erver claims for one of the greatest heath tics of the American women the beauty of her lower limbs says the Philadell phia Record If you will think he said at u dinner party the other night at Atlantic City if you will thinkof the exercise one gets on u rocking chair you will sue that I am tight plow many times on those broad wind blown plaTUifi does n young woman rock herself In her chair in the course of a morning In fancy it would taken calculating barber to tell you that At nay rate the excrelwj she gets U excellent anti ample That push which the toes gives to keep the clinic in mo thou repented and repented mukcs the instep high the calf round amid full and It keeps misahapening flesh off the ankle keeping the tinkle delicate and sknder Such delicate tinkles under such robust calves made me fear when I first came down and saw your women In their bathing dresses that the pneu matic stocking w popular in tuy own land had gotten u foothold here I am convinced now that it Is note A Ilnrcm Cur Central Asian railroad mnnngen try to meet the desires of their public A harem car with latticed wlndowo has been constructed for the emir of IJok ban r The Nety Torpedo toryrdooperatedwhich enables it to cxphnde at will beneath mUnerUOltlttlrStcllnl1chqlllNUstunHHh troubles When a sufferer from constipation or dyspepsia or liver com plaint takes the Bitters he iis sure of one thing sooner or later and that is cure t that a private llevcmic Stamp covers neck of tile bottle eeII I1= f know letter than to propose to a girl I cant 1tt SheDo Voti lie Yes she might change her nuidTuwnTopics Do Your Fett Ache null IlornT Shake into your shoes Allens KootKaee n powder toe the feet It slakes tight or New Shoes feel Ear Cure Corns JlunI ions Swollen Smarting Hot Callous SoreIand Sweating Keel All DniggistK and Shoe Stores fell it 23e Sample seat FRIG AdIdues lien S Ulutsted le tU1 Y- IaunrIhe fortune teller said Miss FI FlomToII girl was so happy ishcfoigot tote klPuck The lliKl ProNcrlptlun fur ChlllN- anil haver lit H hnttla of OIIOVKS TASTKIILHI Cm it Toxic Its simply Iron mid quinine lu uUifttoluNAfnrni Noctno udT ay rr1coMV I tell you wlmt you otig 1clo n man faiil to Drake Watson today I IIIItA lint hi ttf Mr Watcon replied I know CO things I ought to do Ateaison Globe To Curt n Cold In tlnn UnII Take I ixutlvo Ilromo Oulnlnu Tablets All- druggistsrefuud11tuucylfItfalls i 1 I tocure u Tommy Tompkin T hot mv 1II1 kin I link your kitten Willie WilkinAWell J bet if he does hell wishi he hndnt when tuy kitty grows 1I11Ollio State Journal lo not allow dealers to sell you some I Ithing lust an Rood as Ilitiuiiii FaiieltM I Dyes There in no such a thing on tin markul ln ibt on having Iutuam fadeless Dyes I I ntuqhentitlyts I I they cant IIdlIIlIIIIIlnlinhlelllJil We hose not beta without Piwn Cure for foiiNUin tiiin fur Vl IIIIIIiuio Furrol Camp St IlnrnsbitrK Ia May 401 Man has his willhul woman has her way U W llolmn flit ii a Catiirrli Cure I Is taken internally Price 75c An Excellent Coinbiiuition i i nlcasant method mind beneficial effects oi fc well known remedy SVIIIM or l its n iiifnctnrcd by the CAIIFOHNIA FlU svnui Co ill tistrato the value of obtaining the IInxa tive known to oc inedlcnall5 laxative them in the form most refreshing to tho taste timid acceptable to the system It is the one jperfect strengthening laxa tin clcansimr tin system elfcctually dispelling colds headaches and fevers gently yet promptly and enabling ono to overcome habitual constipation pcr manently Its perfect freedom from every objectionalilu quality and stub IcllhtlYRIhcror Irritating them make it the Ideal laxativeIn process of manufacluring figs are used as they are pleasant to tho taste but the medicinal qualities of tho remedy are obtained from Henna and other aromatic plants byii method known to too CAUroiiNiA Fto Hvnui Co only In order to get its beneficial TeetH and to avoid imitations plcno remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of every package CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAt LOUISVILLE KY NEW YOIIK N V- Ior sate tiy all muKKMn Irlcc Sec per tattle iuuui of UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIALS SAY HcalnyHralpandKilnI l llabyIluumrOitlilfcrnlnironil tnnkliiK It oftHltkyundLourl rmt i All Knru Krntitlnn nroduclni a Hofu Ilfiar flraullful Skin anel CnRlIOIIIIII It antalha nu Ixail Hulpliiir nninnrlrte or anrtlilnKliiliirlont An racy great seller Lady ranrnMcri muknVI apIllarlallanufnrturlnrMtvMr ISntrt nlM ntwiK v XoflUor nerr FanncMaftorIlratda nsoofir Kline UrnatNervn Ilusutrortt trtnf bottlnandtrrule- fret lr ItII KM NIC IdIEII Arch St1htia1a hrMALeUertoMnPinkham Ms Archambal LXTTI tt UM tKitAM w4a JWJ Ii uDEAn iMrA lINKIAM1Ot two yearSt li irttilanileoweakanddizzy gotache nil the time find my food rat ut not digest and had such pains in tile womb and troubled with leueorrhoaa and kidndyfi wore affected After birth of each child I grew woaKcrVand hearing BO muck of the good you had lotto I wrote to you and have tnken six bottles of LydiA E Plukhatns Vegetable Compbtind one box of Lozenges ono box of Liver Pilla one package of Sanative Wash and today I um feeling as well ns I ever did When I got up in the morning I feel amt fresh ns I did when a girl and cat and sleep well and do all of my world If ever I fee weak again shall know where to get my strength I know your medlcino cured mI Mris SAUNA AKCIIAMDO CUAULKMONT MASS The present Mrs Pinkhams export cnco in treating female ills is unparal leled for years she worked side by side with Mrs Lydia E Pinkham anti for sometime past lias had solo chnrgo of tho correspondence department other great business treating by letter ns many ns a hundred thousand ailing woolen a year All women who suffer uro invited to write to Mrs Plnklmm nt Lynn Mass for advice which will be promptly given without charge DYSPEPSIA u Ior six Yearn I wan a victim ofd iut lu In tin vornt torah 1 could cut nolhlnir but milk tnuHt mid ut Union my ntoniuvli would nut retain and dluest oven that Last March I iMifnn tnktni CAHC AHKTS and since hen 1 linvo Ntmulily hit uuvcrl until I am OH well11111 1 user WM In my I f- clUw1 Miiirnv Newark O CANDY CATHARTIC TMAOI MARS MIOIATIRIO tleatint Palatable IoUlit Tails GcxvJ lit Ouod Nerer I4ll1II V eakru ur tlrlllC ilk xcWo CURE CONSTIPATION Itrllnf 11 tmttj p7thug MMlrtkl B rrt tit TO Hold nilitiiirnnirrdljr o rug BAGHU uuu to fUJIKTutittrco 11 a W L DOUGLAS I S3S350 SHOES UNION MADE Worth 5410 SO compared with other mlke- lInctnllld lijrnvrr 1000000 wearers ALL LEATHERS ALL STYLES 1111044551115 sir St L Irlr-art sad jrU liHiril M iHiltOH Take no iibulltule rtattnnl- to l bit at giadt llurncl muUiK of t1 and1 taU pliiH1 In tlir wnrld Vu0relraicrehoOldke- elthanIr mil wr will rndyau- apairpnrrrelptntierkv Stubu kind in tether alto mil wlillli UW ur cap to- entnlogue II Free W L DOUGLAS SHOE CO BrotMnn Mast ATTENTIOIff1 COMRADES are You kuady to Attend the 33d ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT G A RAT PHILADELPHIA September 49 1899 fCHEAP RATES VIA BIG FOUR ROUTE AND CONNECTIONS Ticket will be on sale Nrptember 1 9 Band 4 1HUI lord to return IuarinR JhllaUiiliiula not later than HepUiraber II 18W with pruritathsi ujxm deMillo ticket with Joint Agent 1XB Chestnut HIllllt curlier thnu Sept t nor lain thin Henu U IfJoml par innit of a fituuf tli cams ler ticket nt time of doi otlton rxtanilon of return limit ta learn llillnilelilila to stud luoluillnir Nepleuiber uoili mar bu teoiircd For full Information regarding tlrketi rato variable routel runt time of train call on seems Ilia Not It IIOUTR or address tho uiulorilcuixt WARREN J LYNCH W P DEPPE Uuu Pass A Tkt AKt A U lit T ARl CINCINNATI O nit 75 woman AloothtcoatlyuntAifreeiwewaptamsnof In crrT txtunlytappitqutckAlaftu actureri nasa AIrlleUt Pnuladehhla- A I N KP 1778- m WHKV wniTINU TO ADV 9tTraEI it please ilnle that you saw the Ad ertlio elect In this paper TEETHINATeething DR NOFFETTS ot A0 cARTERsINK HeoolIlsbo Josepb S Key Wrotes We pro J1lrfrlIfTrrtbla rawdeni to our Hill rrmidrhlld with Hit happfL rev salts TheetVrrtawrrehnoatwag heal tidrrrtalilr nr iall nirtorjr Ihia mjMag no net utcU Costs OnlY zt cents ASk your Druggist for IIrniiaaesCcutsarllnto C J MOFFETT M D St Louis Mo PITo cure or money refunded by your merchant so why not ry it Price 5Oo IC JI ro r I Jx I fiit e lJ WW i rIF5 f rl S 7i 7ti 1 Aai i T 1 VI h- of e ti- as f rn lhyrrr iEs afRat r- N r I a1f t t to Li c 4 a n J 1 I jI r I J i I i 1a r Ac3 f NI IERALD SPENDER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY December 7 1890II +A11110UI1ClBmtI1Ti + I CONGI En10NWo are nililior j to announce T W CONQLliTON as n candidate for the cOllllt1Hubjcct0 I party UNDKU tho bonding of announce ments in this issue of our paper will bo found tho name of J W Congloton who aspires to tiro oflico of County Judge of Wolfe county 1 Mr Congleton is himself so well known and TUB HBUALU line herejj toforo mentioned his merits sojj often that an introduction at our hands now seems superfluous But ho is a man in all senses of whom any county or community might well bo proud and if nominated and elected to tho oflieo to whiehjj ho aspires ho will make usa wide j awake progressive probate oflicor but an economical one as woll Wo j shall have a word about him oc casionally simply to keep him in tho minds of tho masses and in tho moatimo we lonvo his claims with his constituents TUB Seventh Congressional district committee mot at Frankfort onThanksgivingtonominatoadom ooratio candidate for congress to succeed tho Into Evan E Settle Thoro woro four candidates Allen of Fn otto Julian of Franklin Moody of Henry and JunoJ W Gayle of Owon A resolution was adopted tlmt after tho 21st ballot the hindmost man should bo drop pod Up to Goth ballot tho rote was Allan 29 GayloSo Julian and Moody Ol each On the Gtilh bal lot Moody receivedl II and was I droppod Alien and Julian thenI withdrow and on tho 07th Gaylo wns declared tho nominee BxJJ Congressman Win Owns was nominated at Lexington by tho Brownies and Republicans to run against Gaylo TUB HBHALD hoped in this issuo to give tho result of the count by tho State Election commissioners j but is unable you to do ao bucniuo i that body has not oomplotod tho givoGoebol I j those five counties in which thoro two contests woro passed Later Sinco tho nbovo was put in typo n telephone motsngo front Mt Stud lug states that tho count has boon I finished and Taylors majority isI t sop If tho clamor of tho Republicans against tho seating of Roberts woro based upon tho sincere cfln i lotion that ho was an improper representative it is safe to assume I that the grout body of thinking i Democrats the country over would join heartily iu tho movement to deprive him of tho right to partic ipato in tho deliberations of tho House But tho political phase of tho quostiqn is so apparent and j tho obvious advantage to tho Ro publicans through tho barring ofI I tho Houses door to a Mormon so prominont that tho pharisaical professions of tho majority will docoivo no one All that is askod for Mr Roberts is justice and tho corded mihorfcy him will ecO that this iSt1C1r ya+ r 1 EDITORIAL BRIEFS Before Aguinaldo rebelled against us and while ho was fighting Spain ho was a patriot in the oyos of the Administration Now ho is a brigand o o a Mr Bailoy of Texas has declar ed that Mr Bankhoad is his choice for minority leador of tho House of Representatives Mr Bailey has been there himself and ought to know the kind of man needed to tacklo tho rampant majority- o o o- No loss a competent legal au thority than a former Republican Senator of tho United States Hon Georgo P Edmunds of Vermont declares that Representativeelect Roberts should bo protected in his constitutional rights and if elected properlyhJ sworn in as a member- of the Hoe o o Senator Daniel has been advanc ed to presidential proportions through tho efforts of an energetic and able Richmond journal The party might go farther and faro worse but indications now point to tho renomiuation and tho elec tion of Mr Bryan o o o After wobbling on the currency question for years it is At last announced that McKinley has suffici ontly stiffened his dorsal vertobro to urge that some stop bo taken toward enacting a gold standard It would bo well for tho majority to hurry up as ho may change his mind- o o 0 John R McLean is prominently mention as Mr Bryans running mate next year Mr McLeans experience in tho recent Ohio cam paign has probably furnished him with some largo sized ideas rola tivo to tho practical silo of poli tics and ho would mnko a compe tent collonguo of tho silver advocate o o o Former Senator Call of Florida declares that hisdefoat was brought about by tho money of tho Stand ard Oil Company Trusts in Florida ho says are flourishing finely Why not name Mark Hnnna us a committee of one to become acquainted with this latest form of Republican monopoly fostering 0- o o- Elilm Root for vicoprosidont seems to bo tho choice of tho Now York Stato Republican boss Toni Platt Mr Root however should bo very wary It would bo well for him to koop in mind tho fate that overtook Mortoiun 1800 Tom is a very sleek trickstor Wood run is a man after his own heart and would have tho nomination if tho wily Thomas dared to urge him for tho iplod o e 8 That is an unseemly controversy which has arisen botwoen tho Navy and tho War Departments relative to the romoval of the wreck of the Ma mo from tho harbor of Havana It would scorn that so long ns it iis known that the bravo sailors of Main cure lying at the bottom of tho that foul harbor dopartnumt fric tion for tho tune being could be subordinated to practical pntriot ismMr e a a Bryans marvelous work in Nebraska caused that stsito to re main in tho Democratic column Nor that tho silver loader is about to visit tho cast thoro is a small sized panic among tho members of tho G 0 Pand well they may bo frightened The personal lung netism of the man and his undisputed sincerity havo won thousands of votes for him in tho west May it not bo possible that tho sarno elements of popularity will do as well for him in tho oast WITH Cuba orrtho eve of revolu tion and tho war in the Philippines still in progress it would wont as though tho benevolent in tentions of the Republicans wore misconstrued by our prospective foster children That tho interference to drive Spain from the western hemisphere was right no thinking man doubts and had tho Prosidont possessed sufficient cour age and candor to state his inten tions relative to the islands there would have been no trouble oithor in Cuba or in the Philippines but the vacillating policy of a weak man brought untold bloodshed in tho Orient and probably trouble in Cuba since tho former low mut terings of discontent in the Pearl of the Antilles have now assumed proportions that panotrate even to tho jollyfish incumbent of tho White House Cuba and tho Philippines must bo frco or there will bo years of discordo n o Tho trusts are an issue that tho Republicans do not caro to have brought prominently to tho front in next years campaign To show tho extent to which these monopolies created to enrich the stock holders at the expense of tho poo plo at largo have boon nourished under that humbug the protective tariff should be the aim of every Democratic editor and speaker in noxt years struggle hark lInn na to tho contrary notwithstand ing thero aro trusts and very big ones at that o o o Our royally inclined President has become so sensitive relative to hisdoings that any criticism on tho part ofa poor government clork brings down tho Administration wrath to tho point of dismissal Noble E Dawson a clork in tho War Department has lboon re moved for criticising tho President Evidently free speech is restricted not only in Russia and in China but in tho United States as well hashofMarl Fauna boon heard from since election Evidently ho hits taken those Ctiyahogn county returns very much to heart DO YOU WANT ITALBIOST FREE 7- TQB Illustrates K QtuoRiau I IIt Is superbly illustrated monthly the size of Harpers Wlt key devoted exclus ively to tho Historical Industrial Social and Sentimental Siclof Kentucky It Is published nt Louisville lby Yvnowiiio C liiscnnil nt 100 n year If you IIICllt Keen it send for Iree sample copies We will club it with Till HAKL GIIKKXI HKKALD for a trifle more than tho price of your home paper If you will renew or send UN a rush subscription il1 rIO wo will send you this and the IiirsTiiATit KKXTITKIAX Roth postpaid for one veer Address sriNcicii OOOPKI norm irtiii Ky oh CHAS W BUCHANAN PRACTICAL ems tfjrprompt attention given to repairing of all kinds and satis faction guaranteed respectfullyappreciated l SF Ordors taken for Ladies I and Gonts Fino Footwe- arfShop at Old Racket store room Hazel Green Ky R H BRYAN SALESMAN FOR Pearson Clark WHOLESALE + GROCERS LEXINCTON KY rnmmmm mm- mnQEfti I I EDUCTION S I II LE I1E rJowSo You CkanoetOfflakBffloUBgo yThe weather is too warm and we can not wait rny longer on cold weather 1 off on every article of CLOTHING opportunityCENTS ON THE DOLLAR 3ERSr = Every article of Clothing in our r higherthanout charging you the advance we give =you ONEFOURTH OFF rr 25 w pep cent offWe have now the finest and lar = gest stock of FINCE UVtAT 45 in Kentucky Largest stock of FIN- Er = SUITS in Kentucky =And remember 25 per cent off on g all of them Dont miss this sale lOUIS GUS STEflUS Leading Clothiers of Kentucky I lllllllllslldIll1Al III 1 r vv w v O O ewww w WANTED 500EWho owe me on account to call and pay same I need tho money and can wait no longer Please do not ask for credit if you owe me on account for I can not and will not grant 7 you credit any longer I have A FULL AND COMPLETE LINEii i A OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE and will not be undcrsoled when I gett t11ash All taxes duo me must also be paid now because to indulge you fur thcr hurts us both fallow many will respond to my call I shall wait- e j null sec I m plteslCettulc ji TiJt 1 ILY11RfTYip MNYaINWTJVAYYIRIIYVIi7fflaNTNiflA fOCT Wr have received the finest lino anti greatest variety LADIES AND CENTS BOOTSfSHOESe- ver brought the mountains and having bought before tho recent rise leather prepared save my customers JWlltYon purchase they make want tho ladies especially examine my stock For the price can show them runtlace shoe that worldbeater indeed beauty and tho touch male fed that tho shoemaker got hold the kidglove stock Respectfully JOHN ROSE DAVID ROSE Headquarters Ezcl Ky nErilESEX- TSSLIWGLUFF JOHNS 5 CO BOOTS AND bHOESHopkins Place BALTIMORE MD Respectfully solicits a share trade mountain merchtnt PAPKKS mean and NiceOLD this office ceuu nncccI tlZ1 fi I J r ru It fMI just of t f to thom I am to every I to j I a is n It is ia to s oi e of M ri S of tv e of I for ale at 80 per 100 m in O 6 fiRRRIOf+ ttorneyaiLaw W COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY AND T- TUHNS PUOMITLY MADE 451 W JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE KY Inference J Taylor Day Hazel Green HERALD EST and thooh15eP t fh t hot1frI qi i F i 1 zfi Mti l r j rlt iJri itt trGf j t 1u Yr I- ar r c h1 r r2 VI rI rt t f Yfy G Mi i t tr tr tI tp tt- p t- p tr tr tr tr tr 1 y lrIr Irp Irv Irer erp r 0 4 t- lie lit tilt p t tr r EE- I EI xes all I nit m II t ES the yon tiifO 1911 r flIU J f YYeen 9 Tayrhp ryj w Heartache Ijg Often a warning that the liver is torpid or Inactive More serious troubtoa Way follow For a prompt efficient care of Headache and all Urer troubles ta- keHoods PillsWall they rouse the user restore lull regulur action of tho bowels they do not grlpo or pain do not Irritate or inflame the internal organs a but have a positive tonic effect 25c- It all drngplsts or by mall of C I Hood dr eo LoweU Mass THE HERALD AJ FARM JOURNAL Great From now to Dec 1DO3 Offer Nearly 5 Years By special arrangement made with tho publishers of the FANS JOURNAL vo aro enabled to offer that paper to every subscriber who pays for THE HERALD ono year ahead for only 100 both papers for tho prico of ours only jour paper ono year and tho Faint Jouu NAIl from now until Docombo 1903 nearly 5 yours The FAim JoiHNAr is an old established pa par enjoying great popularity one of tho blast and most useful farm papers published This offer should bo accepted without delay More men die of idleness than of hard wcrk John Curtin of Maytown is in town repairing tho Day mill Will Govedpn of tho Paris Gro cery Co was in town Monday Three of John Cravens children have fever und all are bedfast Courtney McGuiro of Clay City is visiting relatives and friends at this paco Drickoll will accept tho thanks of tho editori and his better for some very flue beets Died on Tuesday night a two yearold child of Rev John W Bnr halo of Gillmoro ThWinchcstor opera house wae sold lust wok at public salo to Judge George Nelson for 15000 Wollaiv thngood people of Hazel GrlH nnl vicinity going to have a Christmas tree for tho little ones Mrs Mug Raisor colored of Daysboro is so badly salivated that her condition is considered critical1 Mrs Silas Kash iis confined to her bod with a severe case of sore throat but hopes soon to bo herself again Dr Mason Kash was on Monday called to ee two children of Lor ing Xickells of Morgan county who have pneumonia Muses flume Henry of Bonny Morgan county and Lnha GVcil of Grassy paid Mra S JJ Kftsh fI visit Friday and oach bought a handsome hat The has boon moved to John Pier tts saddlery shop and tho nisv location iis much su perior to the former vrhonyonBiicwlumurticiiiv SarsHpu- flllji la the host blood purhicr nonO Mid stomachs tonic Get HOODS A6J j1 LirONt R Leading Insurance Agent of Eastern Kentucky Offices Beattyville and Jackson A rthlsweek r ofJfewdnslInzolGroeo1 opportunittoy ohtwillt1Kentucky Louisville and as an optician has reputation second to none Ho I was at West Liberty last summer manyofthem with glasses Speaking of gontlenliUltMrSlmOllworkhoentire satisfaction in every in thoDayNow is tho time and Louis Gus placetolaid in nu immense stock of winter clothing and the warm weather forces them to cut tho prices 25 goodsItStraus but it is an ill wind that blows no body goodnnd in this case the buyer gets tho good end Anybody thatneods a suit of clothes or a fine overcoat shouldavail of this opportunity and save tho 25 per cont which they are giving all who buy of them Seo their ad in this issue Elder Allen May of Vhito Oak attended tho preachers institute at this place last week and it was the first time ho had visited Hazel G coon since ho was 14 years of ago although ho lives only about 10 miles away Ho is now about 70 years old Many of his friends hero say that tho institute was not the attrtiction that brought him hero this time and that but for a handsome widow of our village he might have postponed his visit in definitely Dr John Taulbeu was on Thurs lay called to tho hood of Frozen i rook in Broathitt county to see lliteberry Taulhcp nod a daughter and son After a diagnosis ho dis covered that the three hud flux in its most malignent form mimic tho daughter isi dangerously ill lie prescribed for thorn and returned homo undor promise to answer a call from the family at any time Tho Kentucky Vsloyan Acad emy at Campion has sciurod two now buildings mind is hotter than out prepared to accommodate boarders The increase of scholars this year and the old quarters not being sufficiently largo enough to rjntortain thorn tlnruforo tho board of manners wor C PIU polled to secure other buildings This speaks veil of tho school Rush Swango had a ttanl of horses to run away on Monday null lumber with which tho wagon was loadedI was scattered from Roses storo to tho rocky hill where tho hind whoeln of the wagon wore loft Tho horses continued to run to Harmon Swangos anti there left the front wheels Tho hoivea wore unhurt Dr Silas1 B Knsh was confined to his house nIlI Iof last week by illness and is not yet entirely recov ered IIo was suffering from a pharyngoal abscess in Limo willis of the phalanx together with toni litis But the abscess broke on Thursday night and he has since been on tho amend A private tor received by Mra Silas Kash from herbrother Louis Pioratt of Browns Valley California hringa till information that his little daughter Lulu hud died of scarlet fever on Nov 5th She was aged about two years and six months and was 1111 exceptionally bright child The Ohio campaign appears to have cost Mark Hanna about five titans as much as it cost McLean nnd Jones together and then he did not get a majority of tho votes Indiapupolis Sentinel Great Cures proved hy thousands of testimonials show that JIooils bar snparilla possesses power to purify vitalize maid enrich tho blood Hoods Pills are the only pills to be taken with Hoods Sarsaparilla Squire John Tester of Still water was hero Wednesday to buy the burial clothes for Nannie the fouryearold laughter of Jack Russell who died Tuesday night at 8 oclock She will be buried toy day at tho Murphy grave yard WANTED t3EYRlCA PERSONS FOJt slatetodIUlcountlel600Iyablewith unusual opportunities References ex stampedenvelope HulMlngI I Post I No I Dills Ij I I III I on this wall I II II II I S B KASH I I I h IIDS Milliner iI 1 GREEN KY LI 1 l JI I I I II i I T I I BODE HARDWARE COMPA- NYWIIOLESALE IIARDWAaxI I E CINCINNATI O Reference J Taylor Day Hazel Green ROSE las DAVTS TIIE BlaokSmitnSs AND WanOnIIlakerS Have no time to write an ad this week but desire to announce that they are still at the old stand and ready and willing at all times to do any work in their line for cash or prompt paying customers Those indebted to the firm will please be considerate enough to call and settle at once as we need money to run our business and must have what is due us ts payour own debts- ONHAn6HT2D35i2 1 r Tbi + celebrated KitfUsb Hackney tttallioti imported to the United Stiius on June 3I Islii will make the season of ISO11 lit time NtableH of John 11 1ierntt at Hnzel ireeti Klit the extremely low price blood and beauty considered of SG TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Or 85 To Insure A Maro In Foal money due when the fact is nseertalned eitbtr ease A leiii on tho colt will be re tuined for tho season money unit in 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shut yo eye an snuggle up to mommy ai me bofe yo hens I hot em tight Don you be afeard on mence to trlmble Don cz soon cz I blown out de light Angelo In amlndtn you my bnby Kccpln oft dc Had MUM In de night What de use o beln ikeercd o nuflln7 You don fink de dukness gwlne to bite What do crnckln noun you hycah erroun you- Lawny chile you tickles me to deft Data de man whnt bring do froiT it- palntin Plctern on de winder wid his brcf Mammy alit nfcnrd you hyenh huh lnllln7 00 way Mlstnh prod you cant come In Baby nln ercelvln folks din cvenln Reckon dot youll have to call ngln Curl yo little toes up no my possum Umph hut youn a cunnln one fu true Go to sleep de iingolM IK nwntchln An yo mnmmya rnlndln of you too Paul Laurence Dunbur In i3uturdn KvflnlnK Post Y IRefTFFfTTTTfririrf3rT4 = United r T1IKI lands sake pa sidled Putt Fon Drnslllu Gladden to her hUH build us In wiped Ills feet on n plow of carpet nt tin kitchen dour I thought youd never get In Juess who Wilt mi ll letter Youd never think in a month of Sundays Its from Dcvnh Miami my Cousin IDivah- Pa gave a smile uf IItt rest and rubbed leis hands Well I swan nowlI loch hll thus Devy got to say for himself 4Ius coming to Ohio to vlHltt Hell lit lucre next week What do you think of that Ia pulled off his boots contentedly I wont be sorry to nee Davyv war In rtchool together What way lIs lie doing well Doing well but his wifes dead beet lend two year or more I bet you aa great deal pa hes on the warpath And 10 think Angeline Culvers visiting around here just now and hts a avid dcr Pa it looks like till plntins of 1rovldence dontI Itl burs lladdtn smiled benignly on her husband nnd be on her They wen In love with each other and hadI been for 20 yearn It truly does replied pn It truly does Jest think how thud two court ed over three years wasnt it I hold thu Hjillt was r Angellncs folks fault r wasnt It Thattold man Porter never stayed anywhere and gut a streak to inovu to Indinna Her ma wouldnt let her stay here and that mndo IDovy prop erly ntnd They kcp It upi uwhllo wrltln then Devy went out further west and mnrried himself to a strange woman liter nwhili1 Angeline gets married First we hears her purdncrs gone anti shes a likely widow visitin round Thou we gets n letter suyin Devyn partner lull boen departed two years an huts ooinlii visit in Nov dont that tat nil How plain youve innilo it 1111 beamed Mrs Drnsllla It sounds like them story papers Yon ort to hUH been a writer for tine I often thought that MyI aint it plum IinterestingI 1 dont want to miss none of it do you JIow can we II x it 1 Pn was so appreciative of his wife I praise he tilted lock In the rocker and gave the mutter solemn thought I onlkllate we loin have nil this to ourseltcs he begun of you kit holdout 1 gainst inentionin Devys condoI It will lie hurt work for yo Drnsltly hut its the only way Do you think youI kin hold that newts over prayer meotln uud Sunday 1 I tell yon what ho wont on excitedly we can just have till whole think happen right lucre mcetin an sill if you dont toll Mru ilnddons pleasant face foil 1 wonder If Itll be fair not to toll the rest of the folks she bigan Yon see Dcvyil lie expecting a big welcome Asaiiel Madden rose up in his socks Drusllly 1 have jest sot my heart on inanngln the whole thing Doug you disappoint me I never hail so much chant1 UH thus In all my mortal lift I iilwnyrt wanted to do seek dlrtl1t1n nutI mnnngin clod dont you disappointt uter Whitlll folks say whun they llml wo held that news asked his wife much Impressed lint giving upasiiKtfnll Theyll say youve come to yours of- dlhurulion though I dont want totar your feeling Drnsllly You can take it nil out llxln up the spare room andI Marindys room It air luoky Angelin- ehaint been down here yet another clear plntln Nov hurry up dinner ami write Dovy a letter tollln hint Iii must come right hero an we wont take no fol an answer Ill hitch up the Nit tier am v tll go over to town tin engage Angeline for the whole cmlurln week The two wore as excited nschll Iron The letter luau to lie strong enough to suit jm and Will the labor of an hour for IIrs Cihulden ere It suited him Dinner over they tucked themselves Into a green sleigh titan drove over to New Galifnrlitu 4 i tWeU etapin the way ealdl the Jd 71 I smell and rosy man 1 feel BO nnxloui to get hold of Augelln- e01youd v questioHedtho wife e1t muroly Well UK our Mnrindy de clares her pas youngcrn anyone Angeline CuhrAlIgllIlIeIorh r that was was visiting at old Jr Gor titans She and Sissy Xormnn baoIIul ways been close friends She ennui out to the sleigh to speak to Mrs Hnddon She was quite dressy and had on a pink house sack trimmed with white lice She hud tied a little white fascinator over her brown waves I wits lowln to go racer to Dennis Daodnassnuxl week situ still in hoi soft comfortable voice lint if you make n point of it I guess I cimpni thorn tiff Ia ninddcn was so anxious that his little feet danced up and down in the mow Oh we want you real bud next week Angollno We boon wnitin an ox pectin till were sit on It special Do tsoy youll count ItJ Ibelieve pall burst if you dont soon Angeline said his wife he gets so sot on anything dttVVvll 1 will assented the whlO youryhouse when I was a girl I never have forgotten them 1a wont through expressive paulo mime behind lire And pall fetch you on Sunday after noon wont on Mr hidden If tic snow dont stayon hell fetch you in the buggy Afterward Mrs iladdcn declared that pa spiral the happiest week of his life netting ready for tthat couple to bo re united It never struck hits warm mid Innocent heart that anything could go amiss Ho piled up special wood for the parlor lie hovered around tthe two bedrooms ho actually hind his finger in every pie and cake baked Ho wont to tilt village store alone once or twice and after the lust visit wore an nil of tilt deepestt mystery MrsI iladdon stood this until tIll hour of retiring Asahel she exclaimed with a break III her voice Asahcl you never had a secret front me in all your life did you Tho rosy man looked as guilty as if lit tected in a crime Ho saw lice kind eyes and his voice quavered Never before lie whispered but Im MI afraidl you cant hold this one NOW HtllUY tP DINNHIt AND WUITI2 DKVV over Sunday mcetin Im bound nut to breathe it Out dry sob brought him to terms It air he whispered tiptoeing over to her it air tint I telegraphed to Dcvy to glt lucre on the Sunday after noon express Mrs tluddons attitude toward tip world on Sunday morning was tthe gas sip of the neighborhood for weeks She suddenly assumed an air of funereal dignity would converse with no one and stalked silently out after mooting and climbed into the sleigh triumph antlyYouve done it whispered her hus band delighted I didnt credit you wit hitHlr dinner the parlor lire yens lit the table spread for company ten and 1a iladden wrapped himself up to go for Angollnc Ho was so happy his wifes heart trembled Ill site said dont you set too nitwit store by It Devah may here other intentions and Angeline may not rUfreeDont you think It declared pa prettierIkettles it allotv do your part Ive told you Jest what to say to her heave Devy to me Men understand men He brought Angollno mid lice valises back in an hour Mrs Gladden rejoiced In her womanly beauty She hissed he- rfns tenderly UH If she hud been a young girl when she helped lice in Angeline face beamed ling nice youve node everything for ale she cried It Is like a home coming Her face grow thoughtful lilt makes mo think of old times old friends Well just settle down und make yourself at hone sold pa coming in I have to bo gone an hour or two You and ma can loci a good old talk Awhile later he was stamping oil the falling snow on the platform of the slit thou A toll hronxcd noun alighted from the express aU pa met him so caper he almost eri9 over him as he sjiook hands Alusle11ns All pas Uncase and subtle phrases were forgotten He we p us nervous as a woman Finally be reined In Dolly almost iu sight of t6 house Dcvy he quavered I always feltt so sorrowful bout you nn Angclin- Porters brenkolT You war so ll pp together when you was young Devy Ive got Angeline hero She air a wid ow she air a liner woman n you coul see in a days travel It air tha desire of my heart to bring yon two together The oath beside him grew pale tutu gasped then he wrung the mittened hand land Ma Gladden mute out to th sleight slut too had forgotten her part She laid been crying and broke down Ilcase sense Angollno site stud brokenly sin Is there In the parlor Dont you wont to go In Dcvah guess you neednt bo afeard The tall man strode past her hit or- seysAmisty n The wedded couple left of tin stops wore oat ashamed to kiss earl other with tears nod smiles The Co lumbian CHERRIES FOR RHEUMATISM A ClilciiKO lmlt Denier Clnlnik They Arr nn Infallible Purr fur flout nVctlon Our of the Chicago fruit jobbers who lby the way is somewhat of o scientific turn of mind Iis qultcun advocate of the use of fruits for various ailments flesh is heir to He recommends cherries for rolinmatism1 On this subject he ad m oil d the lid hawiug apialou in the Chi raga Chronicle of a recent iissue I have never Iknown a person to suf fee front rheumatism who ate freely of cherries and I know of hundreds who have been relieved of attacks by eating thorn I hate often hull cherries ursinei two or throe month before the sensor fur thorn opened hereabouts and tto supply tilt orders have haul to send to Cuba and to California for thorn The ordinary cherry contains al I nchl which relieves If it does not ef feet tinlly cure Of course it unityall hit in the season and the rheumatism would disappearI anyhow but It Iis safe to say there Iis no rheumatism duriti the sherry season I dont know of any thing healthier though oven th bestl tasting thoroughly ripe nnd perfectt sherries start up very line roses of colic and cholera morbns which arc very an noyingI The colored people of the south think and it nutty be tho tame belief exists elsewhere timid among nth ers as well tint all the cramp of colic is taken out of the cherry by eating it swallowing stone and all That unques tionably was the practice ours but inI recent years fours of appendicitis tinny suns changed it somewhat though for the life of mo I cannot understand why it Iis so dangerous now to swallow ap pie seed grape 111nr cherry stone when in old fashioatd times it Will tho rule to do so rather than the excep tion California Yineyardist Ill llurllhtllKichnrd Cumberland the jiiay wright was extremely jealous of his young1 rival Klchard Slioridoii It is related1I that ho tool his children to see one ofr the performances of The School for Scandal and when they screamed with delight their irritable fattier pinched t thorn saying What ore you laugh lug at You should rout laugh my angels there Is nothing to laugh nt adding in an undertone Keep stillI you little dunces When this was re ported to Sheridan ho sold It was ungrateful of Cumberlandl to bo dis pleased with his children for laughing at my comedy for when I wont to see his tragedy I laughed front beginning to end Tomb In n Cavern On Phillips Furl crook in Leshl county Ky Kphrnlm Helton nn oldIi soldier has lag Isis own grave in a cave SO foot from the outer surface lie did1 tills by entering and cuttfng the vault In a rock inside the rove Ho hums meas tired it with his own body and made ii- a it perfect fit He huts cut his own tomb stone will build his own coffin anti buy his burial clothes so that no one may h put to nay trouble in burying him Chicago Journal A Itn re Mnt The ear of Huslsa has given order to the Kkatorinbnrg quarries to pre pare n mop of France on n largo settle for the Paris exposition In this map the departments will he represented by different tints of jasper The rivers will bo inlaid in platinum the lakes will be Indicated by jewels from the lrnl mints Hosidos the mop there will bo exhibited pieces of gold repre witting in scale the production of gold in the mites of till czarN Y World ItoynllleN unit Typewriter TIll queen of Knglnnd hits n great dislike to typewritten communications and tiara not allow any documents that nfl supposed to mutate from the sovereign to be sent out typewritten The czarina on the other hand line taken a great fancy to the typewriter tumid is the owner of n machine with type bus of gold and frame set with pearls An Induluent Knllier tPapu pleaded Miss Frocks wont you buy me nn automobile No my love replied the Indulgent parent 111m saving rcy money to buy you n Iluropean nobleman which comes higher Town Topics THE HABIT OF PETULANCE oeUlIuUtIII rrliicljmlljr nut to SclllnluieKH humnniiyyfIt I cause It is nn exhibition of ill temper Isda major fault judged by the annoy once it gives Min arm themselves to 1CNNIbt their dangerous enemies but ore helpless sufferers from gnats nnd mos quitoes They resent or receive with tempercfreely but they are helpless when assaulted by petulance Ill health IK no doubt answerable for a great deal of petulance its are excused on that account but sutra r toItoo much Indulgence Sonic people grow up with an Idea tint the world pittctd and Indulged by parents or other reint tires until they become utterly selfish and feel perfectly grieved if it should happen to ruin on n day they had ap pointed for a picnic or if any other quite natural impediment should mu is to interrupt their enjoyments of lift Suds people ors of course petulant when they are crossed in any way though they may be very agreeable us IlruMS gratified Their agreeable qualities earn for them the indulgence whichI helps to ounce them selfish sand there fore petulant If the day is excessive 1 ly warm lthey do1 not stop to consider thattit is warm for other pimple as welll us for themselves but complain about the weather grow exacting surd if at call encouraged Iinconvenience their friends or relatives that they may bo relieved the common afllictlon They become ill tempered as all people arcI Inclined to be when rendered uncom fortable by weather conditions hint in stead of hearing their His with fortitude they exhibit their petulance and rout 1pct those about them to wait upon min indulge them if a quarrel is to be avoided Ictnlunco which hits any other origin than disease should not lie allowed to develop iota a habit It is better lo lresist it in the beginning however dis igreeublo the task may bo than to en courage Its growth and indulgence This is only another way of saying that one should out euemirago the develop ment of a selfish spirit in those whom one loves Keeping in mind the evily of a selfish disposnion of which potii limner Iis a manifestation and tint sc i ishness grows by indulgence out who is associated with a person at all in plullIrllwI yond that of till other people should bo resisted when ho malice any encroach ment upon the rights of others His petulance should bo firmly rebuked instead of being encouraged by indul gence and lie should In made to fus that lie is hut site of a community en titled to nothing more or lost than nil the other members His petulance should bo resisted not by n counter ex hibition of temper but with such firm ness that will give notice that nothing is to bo gained by bad humor h existence of a petulant humor implies tit existence of counter indulgence on the part of some intimate who weakly yields to exhibitions of temper and t hits encourages the development of a burI habit While avoiding petulance in jiirsolvcs therefore wo should lbe finally on our guard against develop ing it In others by an excess of good nature The petulant man or woman should not be indulged in his or her whims hint bo mode to nisi that petu lance is solfIrritatingniui gains neither sympathy nor relief Baltimore Sun CupliIM WelU Cupids wells lure little cylinders of lipivoted separated imam a snuill sired pot of this will do for the two dinners quite wIIInr yon may whip tin white of an egg or so to a stiff froth with a little strawberry Jinn and pile this mil P in tit cokes French pancakes uir cooked in saucers with the ordinary jtumirand served piled one on topof t lit1 other If you work these out yon will ho aston ished to find how inexpensive those reci pes tire curd I con toll you front person experience that most cooks very soon delight in those little fishes nod take a pride in varying thorn Cincinnatii Commercial I Tribune Splcre IliilitliiK Mix one pint of stale breadcrumbs one cupful of flour a cupful of brown iiigar a tenspoonfnl of cinnamon half a grated nutmeg and one pound of fine lychopped suet well together add the grated rind of tine lemon Mix one rump ful of stoned raisins with a cupful of carefullyprepared currants and half a pound of shredded citron flour them and add them to the dry Ingredients Dissolve half n teaspoonful of soda in warm water told to it half a cupful of molasses add three eggs well beaten pour this over the dry material mix thoroughly pack into a greased mold inch boll continuously for four or live hours Ladles Home Journal Kurirot IiniNcir Employer You say that your habits are nil correc- tdpplieantlcs sir 1 pauseDoApplicant u1senmlndI1Th Pout care If I doOhlo Jtate uhslII v i You Never Miss the Watt t Till the Welt Runs Dry We never realize the value of health until it is gone When old time strength bloodbystored appetite perfect digestion stead itbringingis Jfcodj aMoJmilln isA PHILANTHROPIST lit Wan GoinK to Get filch and set- Up SomclliliiK to Cool the leifple Off wilhhuclIa Im going to do it What arc you point to doh asked the dtlrehculll 11UC summer mantle outbreaksl thermometerWhatt lIoutn sternlyThYes You slid you were going to do something Vlut arc you going to d tIm going to get rich 1ut going to lid sonic steady utipJuyiwnt and silt up my money ind invest it judicinusly 111l pet rich Theres no rod of good you in lo jlnJtdenland colleges and libraries and let tlr pioiile get acquainted with the Hootliiiig tuii gfiM ltIIICliltas a practical criminologist lies d uhtifM vnrhItyI nil the college tad libraries that tit re vil lie need of nisi I will cap the Mimniit of our civilization with a bequest for 4 maze moth marble refrigerator in each town so that when anybody feel his jndicnatim illl1dll11Washington Star HE SOON GOT WELL LandlnK with the lto tjnct on tie Lenders XOHC hail a lIne llelnl UITcct It was a sid scene The old man lay on his bed and by linn sat the faithful wife holding Ins worn hand in hers and Iorcmi back the tears to greet his wandring unk with a smile She Miokc words of nnfnrt such of hope lint he felt the end himl terryfeyes up Jennie dine wife IramI going i yetYehi em IIthl end is near The world grass dark about in1 There iIs a mist around me iith erin thicker and thicker and tlntv a through a cloud I hear the music oflt11 ifwcct and ad No no John dear that tent arg thats the bras Land at the corner hat said the dying man Hive 1those scoundrel lamed to come liriv inn they know Im dving Give me iii ii1lt jerk Ill let rtu MC And in a towering loge the oM unejumped from hiss bed1 and before In could think lit hadIopened tlio wisn Ml ehied the bnotjnekat the band Ive hit that slit lender iu the r w rloch lie went hash to bed and got srt ILlit- Bits To Cn It for ii I n via the Jtlrlltuul1 Konto Kverv Iriday night lit 10T in a through Tourist Car fur San Fr r 1 carrying 1jrI 1111 t coiulcla ri JMIi M leaves the Clnui w Jlihvauktc1 S Irrd Jtailway Iliiin IIrr rugerNtntiuuij svia Omih1 Colorado Springs and 1 Lake City faith tap os er privileges at Siltt lil i City fur all points in Colorado LUli Nevada and California The Touri t Car htrthrite from Chi JIM to Sin IrnnciMo iis null 000 and tin cels just ear berths liniilil lie reserved i twa triinThrough ngttltiniuiigobllln1 etChicagoScml nifaniafnldrrI i rat Iasaengcr Agcn4 Chicago III In Troli n Ion I Term A reporter fell on a slippery 11nIrt the uilllarliIII1ltm1a1lI11t chis lips rubbed down the bniiici rind with n benevolent Miiilo iidiating his counte nature remarked We dont cherish sits ill will hut her en tertaining leading matter eotnmciul us li the obituary notice of the man wlnivhtto sweep IhisIIIWIIICIIITitlhttt f Ayer t i riIv Look at your tongue I If itscoated your stomach Is bad your liver cut of order Aycrs Pills will clean your tongue cure your dyspepsia mate your liver right Gary to take easy to operate 25c All druggists i 9brown9 BUCKINGHAMS DYE 4Uhlskcr9b- 0 H O o to H P HUl A fOiN1 Jrtl tlJ A Q ipill rinkht Atl EWt All neat tough Syrup TaUee nod 11x1- in tim0 Fold by druizgtrt- se r f r J i r t 1 j Ie = 11 1C 1 =f 1 II t I The Cause of Free Silver r 33 ns a nnDnsilnilililn ilJ THE STANDARD HOCUSPOCU Choose Between Scarce Money Wit h Lop Prices and Mure Money with Higher Price t tDouble standard is a misnomer So lisa is single standard monomctnl I Jinn and bimetalliBin The word stand t eel presupposes stability but in fedI ernl moue there is no Ktablllty I13 the concurrence of the American go eminent bankers und importers wi soinclimcB in the course of u month two export many millions of dollars Iii gold or silver coins which are come- Into legal tender money to provit- for the general welfare of the thus destroying the standard of value 5 and a large consignment of gold frot the Klondike or Cripple Creek will hI Hate prices making our standard ii unstable as the wind No man CUD re lute Bryans logical reasoning thnt j in influx of gold front the Klondike will make times better for busines- more money will nuke times still be t r Suppose that Increase of out money is silver or greenback legal1 tender All the sane it mall more money nnd bigger prices for labor tm I products and if we do nut promise t o redeem them in gold they will not 1 hi presented for redemption lake the liver duller ns example They are not presented for redemption Why He RUe there is no law for their redemp Hon Yet they stand nt par withI gal 1 money which the government so flights to honor Let any man to off his political eyeglasses and look the question logically Is his interest better subserved by the government promising to redeem his silver money n his greenback money or to make it t legal tender and compel 1 1 other man in our government to take it At the faee value frorjvhitu The truth is whine no business with nn international agreement on the ratio of weights cur coins us they are not coined and made a legal tender in any other coun try hut our own If a roan wants to buy foods or pay a dobt in Europe he does out send gold money or silver money n paper money but hillK of exchangel tail one kind1 of money will buy ii much exchange as another and till price of the metal in It mils no figure in the transaction because the money he hits is left in this country that ere ited it and it Wilt intended to serve the Kople here and should stay hete It is as much of nn injustice to the general welfare to export gold or fillI err Grins tints contracting our money mil reducing prices of labor and prop erty as it is to suffer counterfeiters to Inflate prices without authority ii jinjreKS The Jrcshnm law cited by Mr Heeler is a kind of hoeua portts 1 in finance IIfcongresscontrolleil money I It Alight lo do there would be no money worth more or worth less than another kind and no basis for the hocuspocus tirrhhnm law Congress should make fclt the same crime to melt or export our money which it hat prepared four use as to counterfeit it tutu make morrohl whole equation of money iron lie relegated to two equivalents karce money and low prices as in gaud standard for that is the meanI jhifr of It fend mote money with high t IIthndtr1c that Do you want higher or lower prices Choose you which you will land vote that way Mississippi Valley Democrat I NOW ONE OF THEM IIAtlUnde of Carlisle ns it Member of Iliumr and an Secretary r of the Trrnnury John 0 Carlisle when a member c he house of representatives declared Ina speech delivered in that body I hilt file demonetization of silver was the poH gigantic crime of this ornny other etllanitthantart r OIlblnrI strong language 9r Mr Carlisle before lie wits taken i tothel t gigantic crime upon tilt people of the sited States The demonetization of silver created pretext for the sale of United States Wt It f 0lheri furmLUlUonerelaml d nnbelIshbnliclnigllmid t r IJnnde a sale of bonds to them whit h he toetrInl800000etltnt1I10untous I I bargain How this enor hI1IOinmyhut what IIIiawhen1 aRtaryh hsitedanmeI attorney of andI ttlargemoneychuntersAetions l 1 words at3ela Herald A MATTER OF COURSE Money Power No Longer Caeelea oa its Work Secretly and by la triune and Ilrlbcry At the resent eleanM ic cium- o the following resolution was titian 11tu0usly adopted The bankers mosttoflleetocountryttvaluershalt alllcobligations papereasatonalcoinandthenInto tho treallllrshall not bo reissued except upon the do goldInotllKIfmoney putter on its work briberySprogresstSherman to sc cure by stealth and fraud the demon etixntion of silver in the United States nnd he ernsdfalse hood fraud and forgery If any ob jest to tilt vigor or expllcltness uf these terms let him possess into soul In patience fur n book is now in presi that will contain the proof of each of these severalI charges Hut the crime i1at enslaving the world to the money wherekcocciihionuily to utopen to advance out of ambush am declare plainly what 11 means Ant therefore we lIt this resolution of the HankeiV IIfIlHilltlnuIOmIOldufall ject slaves of tilt money power boldlj published to the world It means that sit the approaching sea csire of congress the entire influence of the money power acting under then command of baron Itothschild will be exerted to secure the enactment of the Infamous JagcMcCleary bill or some thing equally ns bad It means that another tutu in the dent hserty of the gold standard garrotc is to be made that the peoples uusicysilver ands greenbacks1 Is to Ihi destroyed and government sancta substituted in its piney usuIssis fur additional issues ol national bank shlnplnsters by which means the people will be forced to pay double interest for the currency that they ought to hate tree Interest CIl1I nuneYIon est concentrating the single standard gold basic uumrytll Ihe more rapidly in the vaults of one family This iU Iftht Kothsehild plan Meanwhile as a future protection against anticipated vigorous protean ison the part of the cheated and debt enslaved populace an imperial army of 100000 roughs and desperadoes has hero orgunied ostensibly to subduu the Filipinos but in fuel for the sup pression of liberty nt house All sin IIglt standard advocates err monarch iota at heart rand monarchy is the pill that is being capsuled for the Ameri tan people to swallow in the sot dis rrant future Slosh will depend on the action of congress Mississippi Valley Democrat THOSE SILVER DOLLARS Uliy Only 8000000 of Them weto Coined In the United Ntnln Irrvlnu lo IMTI Many people think that because there were but 8001000 silver dollars coined In the United States previous to 1873 we were nut upon a bimetallic stand ard The reason no more silver duly tars were coined in the United Statea rfryas because the ratio of fifteen and one half to one prevailed ut the French mint which mode sliver worth 133 ratio of sixteenan ounce whereas our to one Panic it worth 1121 an ounce The holder of silver bullion In heI United States at the expenditure ol one rent per ounce could transmit hue IIHllvcr to the French mint and thus make three cents more per ounce than he could make by having it coined into American dollars Is it any wonder then that there were no more silver dollars coined In America than 8000 000 Hxt during that period the great quantity of silver that we transferred to France was doing duty and service as money in Europe and wax therefore relieving the strain upon gold equally us much ns if that silver were in cir culation in the United States I IllnoU State Heglster Object of the Trusts Trusts lire orgnnled to increase the power and profits of the trusts Their object IB to fleece both the producers of Ithe raw material they manufacture and the consumers of their product They may reduce priers to consumers whllo they ore Jrlring competitors to the wail lint when their competitors are disposed of they will fleece the people unmercifully Have Advanced Prices In every instance where a trust Iis is absolute control of the markets thy have advanced prices lo HuuM ib v THE HARD COLD FACTS MeKlBlerB Statement Are at a Variance with Matters of Iteeord In his speeches in defense of his Phil Ipplne war Mr McKinley U giving point to the cynical observation that history is fiction agreed upon ItIs trot n pleas ant duty to correct mlsstntemcnts of facts made by the president of the United States but when n prcslden takes the stump he cannot object to that public criticism upon which the people reiyto separate truth from cr ror In his speech nt Fargo X D Mr Me Kinlcy said We did not go to war until every effort ut peace was ex haunted If true this statement would justify the war Unfortunately it is not true Did the president offer to the Filipinos our accepted allies at Manila the terms and conditions which congress imposed upon the United States and held out tu the Cubans when it set about freeing Cuba Did he assure the Filipinos That the United States hereby disclaim any dlxpoMtlon or Intention to exercise sovereignty jurisdiction or control over said island except for the puclllcatloi thereof nnd asserts Its terrnlnRtlon when that Is completed to leave the government und control of the Island to Its people Does anybody doubt that if Mr Me Kinlcy had given this assurance to the Filipinos sifter the capture of Manih there would have beets no war Wai not thin an effort for peace whirl the president was in duty bound to make If he should give this assurance mm is there any reason to doubt that It would end tilt Will The president him self admits that the leader of the insurgent forces says to the American government You eon have peace If you will give us independence Would nut such n termination of the trouble be more honorable and just more In accordance with American principles than to send nn army of 05000 men to subjugate n people who sifter all are only fighting for their freedom Us our forefathers dill The cold truth is that alike In lib proclamation of December U7 and in the subsequent proclamation of Ills com missioners the president demanded the unconditionalI surrender nnd 111111111 Iii sion of the Filipinos to thet sovereign ty of the United States Never one effort for peace lilts he made by utter ing them even autonomy under a pro tectorate Hut 11 r McKinley said further at Fargo The Insurgentleadcr IIIIIllc sin attack upon our men and then our boys let louse If this were true It would justify1 shooting hawk No American worthy the name would suggest whatever his views of the merits of the main question that our soldiersI should tint repel at tack lint the ofllcial record routs dicta tIll president Ills own general the one and only OtllIII Isis untllul report of tilt opening of hostilities said Feb 4 1839 Firing upon the Klllplnox Mill the klllliiK of one of then by the Amer icans IleadliiK to return lire The chief Insurgent leaders did not wish to open hostlll UPK at that time Mr McKinley further says We never gun a bribe tar Pewee in till our history timid we never will Again this would be important if trit Hut the presidents poet I IIIIII missioner Mr Schiirman reports thus he made a bargain or treaty with the sultan of Sulu agreeing for the sake of put and to secure the privilege of flying our Hag nt the seaport to pay tIlt sultan 250 a mouth and to nine of his chiefs MO n month in addition to reeognllng slavery and polygamy In his domains us established institutions Was not this a bribe fur Pence and a very reprehensible and nasty bribe Is It not Incumbent upon a president iJf the United States when he heads a bit nil of politicalI stump speakers lo be particularly and scrupulously exact in his statements N Y World ytrtCinleTs Poor Polli Observe how logical time whole Phil pplnc business ishowV truly typical its of republicanism as interpreted by Ilnnna The Filipinos who Ihave re silted our sovereignty sire shot down ivherever they are to he found On the other hand we are to pay the sultan of iiilu an annuity to maintain his own sovereignty which In hateful timid revolting to every American mind we menu of course every American mind vhieh lists not fuller under the influence of Hannaism Hut observe the beautl fun inconsistency of Hannnlsm We are upholding our sovereignty In the neighborhood of Manila with sword tied gun shot nnd shell In the Sulu group we nre paying the sultan to recognize our sovereignty while maintaining his own supremacy nnd ivc are enabling lim to perpetuate the vile practices of Isis monarchy concuhino c and slivery In Luzon the policyIK to shout while Ig lorlng the rights of mass whereas when It comes to the Suiu group it INI deemed best to open n barrel and hereby Mine lots and sustain the vile nets that is found thereAtlanta Con stitstloniresiden111chlnley says we have already acquired the Philippines Yes very much nn a boy acquires a hornets nest when tie angry swarm sights on him in resentment of his poly icy of benevolent as lnriutIonX Y World FACTS poJtPAM S rhe neMenratlo Leader Gavel Vt terance to Some Forci ble Tratai In his speech nt Slgonrnry Ia a few lust ago William J Bryan speaking to the farmers said No man who works n farm and tolls tot hladully bread said he can afford to sup port the republican party and no man who lives lo town can afford to support tho republican party You will sometimes find the commercial classes arraying themselves ognlnn the agricultural classes Prince lllstnnrc made a speech to the farmers of Germany once lie told them that they must stand together and protect themselves from the tolls of a society which produces nothing but laws You can talk to u financier In New York and he will tell you that u republican con ventlon In 1R96 declared that this govern meat should be carried on by a business man In the Interests of bmlnena men of the country You auk what In u business man and Jlnd how narrow IK the difference Ini torment liuslnena man Not he Just works III begins In tho morning and works Ill day lie In not a bunlncns tuna The mean on the board of trade who bets on the price of that farmers wheat he In the hiiHlneN man Ho ID the one to bo considered In leg dilution Vc believe In bimetallism and It should not take n farmer one minute to decide oc which side he stands A dear dollar meant low prices low prices mean laud times J never have claimed that I was a precorloui child 1 never have bruRKed of how early In life I learned thlmtn yet I can say that J cannot look buck to the time when I did not know that when one end of u teeter board was up the other was down The money question la Just the sonic When money KOIII up property ROes down The trust question Is one you are now thinking about Until a yearano no repub dean had ever heard a republican leader dc fend a trust but now you hear republican unit republican papers defend trusts You hear them say there are good trusts and hue trusts sari you must bo very cureful not tc hurt the good trusts There IH It lumbei combination In thin country Do you know that lumber tins advanced live dollars on U thousand feet The farmers sire not on Use Inside of this combination One branch of InduMdy utter another It being controlled by these wrtat nKKrega tloiiH of wealth I believe these triiHU lire antuKonlHtlc to every Intl rest of our got eminent Itemember the enormous cam tmlRn fund collected front the corporations In 1SW Thin aggregation of wfrnllh created tho republican administration and the re publican party IIs now directed to obey the commandment Hcmrmber thy creator III tin day of thy youth People do not want a big army They de Riot want sit Imperial policy We cannot exeunt ourselves In this expanidonmiestloii on religious grounds when Wf K forth to spread the blenKliiRH of salvation out ol burHtliiK shells We cannot toy that Clod IN In 1- 1hA republican nenator said Ood opened tin door of the Philippine punned UH In and slut the door When a man says that lob Rent him to notify the world that we are gulag to cross tho ocean to make slaves of people who are IlKhtliiK fur their Inde prudence I think ho In mistaken I state to you as my opinion that when lad wished to speak to the American people He will not chouso Mark llunnu for Ills nioutliplcce PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS Ilnnna appears to h have shifted the leg pulluig from himself to Ithe federal ollleeholders St Jouls Kepubllc Mr McKinley falls to say missy thing about opening the nibs when he strikes a town whose mills have been dosed by a trust Omaha VorldHer II Iii President McKinley will he per mitted to wield the trowel MI long as Murk lianna can pick out the bricks be fore they tare put Iin place Albany Argus Senator II nil 111 says that he is credited with saying n great many hings that he dida not say No doubt he lists some muse to he worried about It Cleveland Plant Dealer What President McKinley saysof till blessings of American expansionon tIll American continent Is gloriously true lint It hiss no manner of bearing ou American expansion into the eastern lemisphcriv St outs Itepublic The republican party hits not lies tilled to deal with the trusts In the past exactly as the trusts wished to he dealt with timid Mr McKlnleys neat in the white house is evidence of his faithful mess to them Kansas City Times Over III Ohio republican post master sire BO strongly susHted of tarn icring with the olliclnl mall of the dem nerutic state committee particularly as to poll sheets of the various counties Clint orders have been wired sill county hainncn to send important documents hy express hereafter Wheeling Keg later Cowardice is tint strength and the cpuhlicnn purls Is not to be envied the Possession of advisers who deem it a iinart piece of political strategy to leave the currency question open for tampalgn purposes next year To party cotiRpirntorg of this stripe the langer of a panic or the likelihood of n Innncini upheaval Is of minor moment compared with the importance of n pay Utica victory Detroit Free Press President McKinley in his parting speech nt Chicago hind something to any about the ship building interests of the United States und he sold more large ocean steamers are under construction In till United States than Bier before and he dwelt upon the fact that ship plants are being enlarged and new Htubliiihtnents are being projected Yet Ilannu backing a hhipbulldlng subsidy will attempt it force u scheme throUgh congress requiring taxpayers to go down In their pockets nnd pay tithe shape of subhldlcMnlllions annual lyI to llannns shipping trust rue prcs lent nnd Senator Hnnnn failed TO confer before the Chicago speech NaeU I yule American r b 1 r CURT JETIQUIIXft A Aame of Ha ALser4ltlesas 1C lilMtil at Horn Malta adCencerts The dlstlngulmhed persona who sI tended the recent stale concert iX Ihieklngham palnee were requiredl to observe u code of etiquette which jhfeit tSOllieroyal balls Bud concerts Is very euriousc At state bolls the appearance of the royal family is announced by the en trance of n number of gentleinencurry- big long court sticks The princess of Wales when prevent bends the party and In accordance with precedents ltI tabllxhed hundreds of years ago ad vances with a iitllve faltering he ltni lug step It was at one of the balls in the reign of James I that the custom originated That monarch wn so pleased at what he called till blending of timidity with childlike tonlldcnce that characterized the demeanor of his MIIIH young wife UK she entered the ballroom that he decreed that this deportment should be constituted a part of the court etl quette The etiquette nt royal halls IH rather Mvere All quadrilles and InncerH sire espected to be danced In n Mutely and ceremonious manner sine certain It IH that in the earlier part of tilt octilng nil concerned comport themselves with Inimitable gravity but IIH the night grows apace the rule In slightly re laxedAt till royalI concern which sire attended by persons of superior social po sition to those Invited to the bolts the etiquette IIs also rigidly enforced and never deviated from Home of It passes very hardly even on royalty itself For instance royal perKOiingcs are expect 1 ed to reunite seated throughout the concert a proceeding they must II ml extremely irksome us the gilt chats lined on hers invasions are not only very email but being placed with their backs to the orchestra prevent their occupants from seeing whatt is going MI On this point for snipe reason tint easy to explain etiquette is more con pldcratc with the guests who are al lowed to walk about whisper and even look at the pictures or adjourn to tin refrcHhinentrooint The barrier which on these occasions In introduced to separate till audience front the singer IIs regarded by the latter with the deepest aversion as ndlcatlng the existence of a social blur tier between tthrum Naturally a singer like Adcllnn Puttl with an Income life OIIOO a year con Killers himself the equal of moMt of tlm guests who listen to her Hut the hill Iis always llxed fur a state concert and Iis not likely to be removed Oust awful1 breach of etiquette IH to link a question of any royal personage who may condescend to address you Neither must you make any remark without being II lilt nddrehxed the pet soo who so foe forgets himself or herself ns lo keep his or her gloves on vlien spoken to is likely to receive u reprimand from the proper quarter Inter on and similar treatment would be meted out to the Illbredl person who dared to quit Ihe royal presence before being formally iHsuilnMcd Curious though It may appear then Is one occasion vhen to cough be iomcs u mutter of etiquette Suppose Oil tiii 1teosirnurf a state hall the prince of Wales retires to lib stuuklug ronni for a whiff A royal servant on these ots axioiiH Is expected to scratch the doorI- I menthes of till royal family tu shake Ihe handle but all other Prisons aro riijolned to product at Intervals a gentle admonitory coughs which is not nli nuts audible Uven royalty Itself is nut always ae pialnted with Its own cuhtoinx Wlicn the queen accompanied Louhi Philtppu lo Kton the vihltors book was pro dared The Irench king as etlqucttii Icmanded he should signed his name ni he lop of the page Hut etiquette lu crvened stud as It does not allow her uajesty to sign her name under arty ither she had to turn over tin sill but imply page aid write her mime on the lop of the next title The ease with which the queen ev Heated herself front this contretemps to upset the customary sMlfpofneHxImi of the dunce of Wellington that lie signed hits name In the monk Wegg ringt iiLondon Mall Prints Comineriir The ibirth of a sun to the tlueliess of AUKtll It is said was u great shock to the princess of Naples which has increased her very natural grief nthcrovYii hlldlessncMS Prince Aincdeo who hy virtue of this childlessncHM IH now InilUcccHslon fo the throne IH a small i fair hislred buoy of about u year with t inure than the ordinary amount of J babyish winning ways One day tho Princess met the little chug in a corridor In Its riurses urns She would have voided him ns usual but as she passed with nt ii Vied head lie maidenly held out his fut dimpled nmiR nnd on the Im tulse of the moment she took him front thc nurse while her eyes filled with tours The little fellow laid his lips on each of her lids stroking her check with both hands She gave n sob ami Ins ever wince been his most devoted slaveCilcago Ttim ireritld When Money I Tluht A 4 Money U apt to be tight witk trir figIsoaeOhlcsgo5 Ifg i j ri f ra t 1 s 1 Jt 1 I rw t In t l 1J It I Ii Ill r Jr tjI I J j M H J hwrwfA Eitve metsey J1ou1te- itfOuteFHI bbtlto or common glass with your wafer and let It stand twentyfour hours a sediment or set tling Indicates an unhealthy condi of the kId- ney if stains your linen Is evidence of kidney trouble too frequent desire to pass It or pain In back Is convincing proof that kidneys and blad der are out of orderWhat to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SWLmpRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part InabilitytopulngItwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often durIng the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and tho extra ordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists in SOc andl1 sizes You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery J1V and a book that tells more about It both rent absolutely free by mall tion It It the also the won swsarpnootCo lion reading this generous offer In this paper u COUNTl1Y NI+ iTS NO1E 0 M9T iiu ire inmtUni AM C rresV l 1 byllonrlnythat nonrby on Momlny muriiiiu Our correspintlenls nre derelict in duty anil we want to any that iiiiicffirili they will not receive papery except for the week they have nose letters We are dependent upon then for the news and when they full to send in their favors they put us to greit inconvenience I LANE NEWS Florence Lovolnco has horn on tho sick list for n few days Mr and MM Isaac Klkins visit od tho family of Tns A Sowell Sunday Miss Phinirnli Tumor was the puost of Miss Zorildu Sewoll Thanksgiving Tftnnc Mil lor has gone to St Jlolons to loam to miWHiiro calico May SUCCORS go with Isaac G W Ilounfiholl and wife of White Oak visited relatives ntII this place Saturday and Sunday W II Iioruti tho IniPtlinK ini mtranco agonl of ITaxol Groivi was I tho gtuwtt of IHAHU glkins and fait ily Thanksgiving Uiod Nul nil Nr26th Win Tyri lit thcr sidtnine of IIJH lirothtr ti X Tym HP hwvt sn wiftUUlI1poiV oral children to mourn his loss Married XovcmWr IJOth At tin r idenco of the bridoa father M IS snit pft Unn and Roht Halton MHV th ir pathway heatr wn with f rrr1I 290 KKX Congbod 25 Years I BiiiTorotl for 25 vonrs with cough and spout hundreds nf dol lars with doctors hud for mndicino to no avail until 1 need Dr Hells Wino Tar Honoy This run oly muktts wunk lung1 strong It has waved my tifoJ 15 UOHHKIL Gran tabu rg 111 lumpVjjunch or any like nilmont go to John M Rose and got a bottle of Quinns Ointmont which will re move tho nbstaolo tf Higgle hurry Book boing No2 of The liigglo Books is nil about borrios A whole encyclopedia of berry lore boiled down after tho mnnnorlilfrn Journal Jells about vnricitioi about planting growing miilfhitiR oultivnting picking iiud intrlvtinij HiIh08 pru tiottl point er From the Irene of iIIIO of lend ing borry growers from nil parts of tho country who have contributwl t6 Its column It has colored rpprontntions of hnrriw ttrue to sixovn- ml color thirtythroe portraits of practical horrynuru nod thirtyuvo other illustrations liandHomoly bound iu cloth Tho prico is 50 Cents free by mail address tho publishers Wilmor Atkinson Co v Philadelphia Edison says automobiles cnn bo inanufncturod for tho prico of a good team of hor os I President Rrogorfl nopliow onco nskcd him for a govornmont job Oom Paul told him kindly I chn do nothing for you For a subor dinnto position you are lucking iin intelligence andall tho higher offices nro tllledEx Weak Eyes Are Made Sfrono dim vision mndo clear styes re n ovod nnd grnnulnted lids or sorot eyes of any kind speedily and effec tually cured by tho use of Suthor lands Engle Eye Salve Its rut up in tubes and sold on n gunrnn toe lby nil good druggists Tho horseless carriage tho brain less mOll the Godless world nnd wiroloss tologrnphy nro startlin contemporaries Flaming Sword rf1 f A t I I hP1 I Sl t for the1 dI Lung Irritation- is tho forerunner to consumption I Dr hells IinuTtir Honoy will cure It and giyo such strength to the III willinotI druggistsTO A C50lll IX OXK DAY Take Laxative Kromo Quinine Tablets All tirlfnndI money if it fails to mire 25C The genuine has L II Qnil each tablet Three weoks from Monday the little ones can hang up their stock ings I i I 1i TQ TfcSSQ Coser I to every elderly woman vltrn an hi- pnrtnntfuncticnalchsn jtllcs pblII Thin is cillotl The Change of Life Theentircnyotcin undergoes nchatiKu Drcailful tlucofleti such u caner and cousutnptiou arc often contracted at this tirue- strengthens filcEiREi SjWine offCa du I c and purifies the entire system and brings the cuff rcr safely over theso pitfalls Its cifrcU have j been wonderful It is good for nil menstrual troubles but is especially 1 recommended nt this time Ask your druggist for the famous Wine of Cnrdui IOO n bottle t specialdirectlons j visory Department Tho Chattanooga Medicine Co ChnttmoognII I TcntiTHOSTAS tItslstcrautrerrdromIrrrregulsenTarJty ana painful menstruation and doctors could not relievo her wino of CarJul cnllrrly cured her and alto helcU my mother through tho Chance of UleII rASTKl srVKKAL PKltSDNS 11 DUtnit Ollice Matmein in this FUHii to reprinttit me in their own nod surround Inc onutitltw yearly tillIO pHynltle weekly Desirable rmpblt ua n t with uuimitl opiorluHiie 1rferenees i x htlllldl IIne1oee vrlfaItreePdalanpr envelop y A PAUK5JiH xton Uulld illl lhkeg6 2ft6ut = f J RA11LB E 1 JII Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY SQrSarxorv nut oliRtotricsn specialty B KASH M D SILAS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Ofllce nt residence and cells answered nt all hours Obstetrics a specialty GET YntJURi NOTKtlBAl tiotterhnniln Cntnlociinii- da RUltoleI u printed nt HUUALUoHIco 0 Fine FarmI JOE SAIB 0Having determined to locate at an other point I otter for sale at plicate Morgantcounty Ky containing 18 i acresw 10 acres of which is timhir land of goo qualityOn plnce iis a modern 0room resi dence mid nil necessary outbuildings 11 storegroom Hx 24 feet with length ware room along ai- deId AN ORCHARD i 4of40 Young Treesn I representing several varieties of fruit is now in bearing and n source of revenue A Church and School adjoin the primUtM and the neighbor hood ifa unexcelled for good behavior sobriety etc- flwflKSlOOOOO WILL BUY IT Wr and tin terms bo made Iu suit any reasonable purchaser R Mf IONU or tfPEXCBIl OOOPEK Morel Oreeti1Ky 4 4 Ae HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Tho fourteenth nnnnnl pe sine of Ilnel finon Anilemy will begin on MONDAY Sept I thoroughdiscipline PrincipnlHII7cl i ffte i1 Killt1 in t9 I The Leading Specialists cf Americ 20 YEARS IH OHIO 250000 Cur- edWECURESTRiCTUFE LhUahtldL of young and mlJJlonitcl mctinrolroublcJwillitiiiiilbcntci many liivonrmattfInliirp cutting jipiitnt dial + lljhtill charge ilifliciiliy In Crnuiscinc wcnk Inn cmU inn rnlnlll I I IliaryinttomH of ncrvouH dcb+ lltrthey liivo HlUK I illtl JrintKtili ctor4C ilrimrntoti tettIrgIftwilliit1 BNT nhJorb tho strrturo 1Ino- I II ned rrrrv tltrrrirtnpennanenrlr NoptlnultcacriI r 1112If I IiiII f maabnoIcnw I fF YRE GiIEET t t y trg anal 1ilil cd- r u rr I hdICi tbcir resect fir r invlll- I j 11lil uutally 3M rJ I y ihii dtw ii Iftrgtttyltn- Ilc i i 10 t tie a tymplrn ten Til i- jHi + tanrlural JifcbfTf Iuil dot Manliooil Ncrvounicf + 1 r MtnI I 1tvintiiuniIiint11Hf ltiniktcgrth VivU 1nll vicPTal Itreot lnrli t in I Itio1 1 1i trirrlr tihmkln lrr tl tilKLI- i 11 THIII HI- I t I Ii 10 c iio Dnn tcuanlr fnriily k si iliiit i fry hero n 11 Ti t o in i + o i il illncaiiv lint n parr n 1I fitcrlmrnt on y n1 rrullriIK i 1 11 + iiihavonftiV n litnisei l I nt 4 1 nniiil iOticn OnrNU- Wit i IllUATAlllNl v i 1 p Ivilvl cr you Ono tlionaiul liar i r tr iuMIt fr trrtfi tu l 1 Ut raaylcr Y r rvl rnrci KMISnOXS IIIF1IJf1CItE1r iII1 i Vn0ltlIlrlRIt111 +Mtee c JTATIOX IllKK HOOKS PItT If unrbln to call rrito for kM upitnti llhANK for HOME y11tAi TI ENNEOtKERGAN U 121 IV FOURTH STREET p C1HCINNATI O R JVJ 2 pOIIIX A KASII ATTORN titLAW HAZEL GREEN KY VH1 pruptlcp In the snorts of Wolff nnd thr adjoining oniMitii + trod nttenil promptly h- an calltcllon entrusted to him Hair StoreIiI Wo hmo tin stock n full line of Hair Switches from 100 to 1000 each Wlus t Curl nUll Path Poinpiiilnur and Empire Combs nil styles of Hair Pins Corsets and Waists fitted to the form SlumpedI Linens nt reduced prices Silk at three 3 cents per skein COLO III NR for changini tho hair to nny shade suOnlers by lUaU will receive prompt attention MRS M A KETCHUM Uppir sad Church Sis Lcxngton Ky SEND NO NEY l11tfItllnd 700 AN MiiANMITR 11 11 A hatMb+ elIIMtloy alliirMj ttMptsdIUltud iii MoNYNMamsWl prrNtypLSuaaaryetastb ris- kyrnyaedoWae OItrPriolI1SHt andtrol btohartta Ucalr aadthfretptwlll n JI pay OtMeblNtmllN IIIJDd alAtln- yoaro + 0 aacS wetrlnmfA II7lI are sot- sstUad tra dthaatatNSd IaNf Nle ItM111011aeosdupallfuiger1bedlooarseanlq tb atwt Talaver zBw- L WARE OF IMI1lA lON VUMIDDuofInDtr aten NuNunder Tattoos twos yr1M M at Writes M4Ia QIeats4INtv anIW1 an THE BURDICK rtitTect roUT O I I 11IIUI1uyoases trltnllt II161 1RTl TtU rrom the bMl astrtalreal idooo and then tbt rAOO pay aiitii 116i Wit Totnnt5tint Sean Rnebuekt tomuAirrrlloble dItotaro satUed OIDIJt TpplI Address SEARS ROEBUCK Chicago III O QOyLAMESAi HORSES sA CURED ys- a thbt A DIAMOND FOR A DOLLAR A Limited Specie Which Will Last for Ton Days Genuine P unonii nininnndilinviMi wile ropiitntliiii It iii iilmoKt ImpofNililc to iliMiuirulsli iliini from oiiuine liiiiiHun costing liumlrtiU of ilnllnrx each They are worn 0 ttu beet tiiilt tin will fur ward n GKNUIVK POMONA OlAMOsn mounted III n livnvy rise pin nr stud lo nay nddrtM upon rerelptifnrife100eiirli KiirriiiL IITIOM or drops 2 porpiiir Hlnjr scttiiiLs lire 1111111III one continuoim piece- of thick shelled cold and sire vnrrnntcd not to lit mush Speclnl cciiiililtintlon fur ten davN IInl Hill mid stud to nd dress a roil receipt of 150 feud for cant luIIe In oiderlui rinc give finder meiit liv using n piece of string also full particulnrs Addres plainly TIIK POMONA Co I S111S3ItrnntnrnvNeu Your tuxes dot mill must be pnid now bn plijiM1 elI Htnl nettle Iced save trouble as 1 1sub compelled to collect IIII F IIKUATT D S SOLIDQUARTER SAWED OAK bIIDactI1dOledrdnthe otb ropn with falllenlth table and had In s111srraaredpanUdpandtietltealdtoettlretourmotlontraletrf aUIQllAtleInberatarlmprovedlaoqnsuble DeedldrrMudadftI srseklI e Dook tenl I bow anrnnoen1n tt aDd do rltberplalu 01 1 erorymsthSaRSTSlhnse your stareke r molls at tf enntineed you roartng to loM ymlr ttelaht i IJOn Coo 011 aoi CO Inc Cfler Only xrnrld ofler sent mtiisure an rucir Ion CURBS SPLINTS SPAVINS WINDPUFFS and all enlargements absolutely removed by 1 QUINNSOINTMENT I IllIllnhultheungtlalfedrndorarmentofourtead ytnu Ijcrlcrtn 4ben 0EnrnlmAnTcuArerstntltlNlnytnnMinnenr Ono bottle cunnl a tiry bad cue of blood tpula nnamaretorwhich I hUll nlncn hen offered CtOO 1 would not be without It If It court 8SIO a boUlor 1 Aar Ai4iJr ii otaweh tnmoeaa Aek7oarDrupslatreceipt of price Address w 11 KIIIIT a Ill riklifkili T Jfr n CielUbln persons of ft mrcn nlc l or Inrtntlre mind desiring a trip to rho Isrl Exposition wltbsoorsalerT ani rxpmi paid hnnld write The PATENT IIKCUUU Itolttmoro Mil I YOUR MAIL ORDERS J For nnvtliiiif nnd rvcrythini in the line ofDUlMiS srNDIUKS TOIIKT AUTI CIIS PKHFtMl SOAPS TOUAIXOS CldAltS and Prtscription ripccinltltn will be pruinptlv filled liy us 11 rite us when vu CIIIIIIII1lhlll YOU trout In your own Mores JAS IEo COOPKlt DnifKH- tMII IKXINdTON KY n 11 l fU8t3Lf1l hnt It lt itter t t + WtXCHBSTKIl KY N H inI i Paid up Cnpitnl 20000000 Surplus iOonnbo I This Hunk solicits the accounts of met cl nuts farmers trailers and liusincss men It Kdiernlly throughout Rnstcrn Kentucky and oflern Its customers every facility and the most liberal terns within the limits legitimate hanking octlSlyofJJ II CARTERI DRY COMPANY GOODSc II- iMrouTnns AND nnAirns ix IIII ID7m W7 AND NOTIONSLOUISVILLE KY r Reference J Taylor Pay Hiucl Green J TAYLOR DltYtt InttWholesale and Retail dealer General Merchandise Lumber Real Estate c Also President HnzatI Green Fair nnd Driving Park A sooiation and the 1 Farmers Exchange ROBINSONn KY WITII It 3DC ItUGltESrnorniETon Kentucky Cider Vinegar Works LOUISVILLE KY Your patronage is respectfully solicited I I I FRED J 0 HEINTZ JTI1JIllIolllhI1IEI Jeweler DKAIKR lN Watches decks Jewelry Diamonds SILVERWARE OPTICAL GOODS I Solid Gold and Silver MedaliI PinsCFacilities i iai ij MItin Strout mt LEXINGTON KY Price List for Watch and Clock Repairing Cleauiag Watch Anifrfann iiuikf 160 f If Oh KnglWi ever 200 Slain Spring 150 Cleaning Clock Ami r S ilny 123 4 II Trench innke 360 I iS Nieklc alarm tlc 60t Slain ypinp in clock Ainer n eke lW co Frt IIlh innke 210 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AND NEO ICSTl t ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY Notice In Inventive Ago FREEhook lIowtoebtllln nlents i iLettersi E O mtrictlr LarrlrlYnthln tirelLC jsew r rlLft N I8 t Te mUBgrass Jiurserlel Offer everything for Ihe Lnwn and Oardt Full stock tlr Fruit and Urrtnmrntal Tab Irflinentrnt 11 ccmploynongenti Delcri1 ntalogtio on k YEnf W Tclephenc 279 Lexington TV 4 itlcosmnytelebu lId 1 Vi a x e 6y r ir a y fr rr avi wri rt i axi t r 4 s J 1 i r y i f lI I tt 11 C 1 t- EE t