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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a r r- 5sti irRwfwI i ic THE HAZELLu GREEN HERALD= Established March 4 1885 Mado Famous in tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell u j yrr FIFTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 14 1809 NUMBER 28 srado ShcturThei Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky MountainsIAlways PKK IB TKAK Advas y1i i I to to to 5 0o o c l t 1 t 1S tIIID rat traI Is f O 9 I O- tart IfJd Itt If- 15 t rt FROM TENS TO BILLIONS the Reason Why Everybody Should Kot Be Buried in His Own Gold Tho NewYorker always decline to buy a gold brick when it 1s offor fld to him j ho hours with pity nnd terior buying ono ho wonders u tho world will never grow ono bit wisor and ho chucklesif ho iis not already tired of chuckling al tho perspicacity that Booms so simple a thing in himself and yol 80 hard for othors which makes iit impossible that anybody should nn inch ahead of him inever got Tin nextoperationany nuniiuiui intouto his eye falls on an adver tisoment in a paper in which the advertiser says Give mo MOO and in six months I will hand you book an independent fortune This is no gold brick This iis business because it talks about percentages and tho Now Yorker to tho advertiser finds thatROCS ho has hired n desk for a month in o big oflice building and is there by proved to bo a business man of solidity and standing and ho thereupon begs him to accept his 100 ns any investor in his senses would Thrfonly reason why every body does not do it is that every body does not see tho ndvortise wont If trustfulness is a virtue heaven ought to come to Now York for it would bo easier than moving all Now York to heaven It might bo supposed that tho exposure of tho Franklin Syndi cate would load persons who have from 10 to 100 on hand to bo a more careful of it but tho mana gers of such investment shops do not seen to think so Since tho exposure of that swindle tho pa pers which print advertisements of such things have been no less filled with thom than usual Eight such advertisements are boforo tho writer at tho present moment Tho most interesting of them says that 25 deposited with tho advertiser will amount in throe months to 22110 in six months to 78410 and in a year to 217490 It is usually supposed that more proportionately can bo done with a largo sum than with a small sum but that is not tho cast with this concern For it will bo noted that in the first three months in which n sum of money is loft on deposit it amounts to moro than thirteen times itself that in tho next three months it only a little moro than doubles and that in tho next six months it dues not quito doublo It will occur to anybody who is acute enough to invest his money in that way that the judicious course is to draw it all out after each throe mouths and put it back again as n new deposit Thus tho Bum will bo multiplied by thirteen every throe months and a little calculation will assure anybody as to about how long it will take him at that rato to own the earth lit erally But it may bo that tho advertiser cannot handle such largo sums as lie will have on his hands so it might bo bettor for tho investor to expect a littlo less Suppose for instance that tho sum invested doubles onlyonco in three months after tho first onrThnt would bo a pitiful sort of investment truly but suppose that was all Then starting with tho 217400 which tho advertisement promises at tho end of the first year after five years moro tho investor of the original 25 would have something hors than 2007000000 This is- only a rough estimate Iud is well under the mark hut as tho render mitten ho gots this will have many anybody pnrliculnrnbouttho CJntsTho most of tho other advertisements are as entertaining in their way as this ono but this is tho most explicit Along at tho end Conies trailing an advertisement of mobody who says that you can learn a trado in 10 days which will I bring you in 25 a day for the rest ofour life youbotheryou your 2007000000 you will ifyou are sensible invest it in some ordinary way at about 8 per cent to save your brain from being over whelmed bour own wealth You will then have an assured income of over 1000000 a week and why should yourlifelay to that rmite Mrs Juduo Pools DR J F SIMON or Iotllnvlllp Kj Will bo at Campton on Monday the 18th Inst Remain Four Days It is my specialty to fit glasses in such a mnntoer that they rcccire the oycatrain perfectly fitting the eye withspectacles that you can see with ease and comfort thus preserving the eye In examining the eye only the latest and most improved methods and instruments aro used Physicians especially are invited to call and investigate my methods of cor recting errors of refraction Many cases of headache neuralgia nervousness ir ritability insomnia vertigo nervous prostration and tho seeming stupidity of children are often duo to defective vis- Ion caused by an abnormal curvature of tho cornea or crystalline lens or to an ire regularity of the refracting media of the eye and are relieved at once upon the application of the proper glasses Ninety per cent of the people over 10 years of age need glasses nnd f0 per cent of the l 0 need them for distance Glasses are not always given to improve eyesight but to relieve undue strains in short to jusiati nature Thousands of eyes are ruined yearly Seven persons out of ten have neither eyes alike and ono out of JO Astigmatism hence the necessity of testing each eye separately Special attention is given to any inequality that may exist between the refraction of the ecO- ptiClIllicielleo has made rapid advances within tho last few years the correct adaption of spectacles hits become n ds tinct profession The optician who thoroughly understands his business realizes fully that in adjusting glasses for his customers he is treating with a most del icate and precious organ where the slightest error may result 8criouslywhile if ho does his work well he not only gives comfort and case to his patronsbut 10 many instances restores the sight Special care should be taken in selecting tho first pair of spectacles nor should it be attempted without the aid of roe iponsible optician His most important that thin lenses should IHJ accurately cen eyed and of the best quality and the Tames so made that the wearer looks die cctly throuph tho center Glasses nicely fitted to tho face become an ornament as veil as n necessity Fitting children with spectacles a ipecialty Parents do not neglect your childrens ycs Difficult cases Bjlicitcd All questions in regard to the eyes hecrfully answered ONfitLTATIOV AX1 EXAMINATION Vlinn Office hours from 7JI n m to ttj p mat Combs House Campton App Iorry who killed Paris Cnrroll nt Morohond some time ngo had nn examining trial on last Thursday and was hold to answer without bond Ho was taken to Mt Sterling and placed in jail for safe keeping Sond in your Christmas ads for next issue A NEARLY A MILLION Found By tho Charwoman as She Swoi tho Treasury Building In 1832 Sophie Holmes wns em played by Gonoral Spinner tho Treasurer of tho United StatoR ns n temporary charwoman She WIlS assigned to the rooms of tho issu division to sweep rind dust Ouo afternoon in April of that year Aunt Sophia was hard at work sweeping nnd scrubbing the Iloor when she came across n Inrgi bundle which she supposed wns waste paper nud was in tho act of throwing it in tho basket to bo burned when sho decided to in vestigato it She was nmazod am almost frightened out of her tits to discover several dozen rolls of ono thousand dollar bills 70000 in nil By some unoxplainnbh mistake this package of mono vas overlooked and oven when the accounts woro balanced in tin evening it was not missed and General Spinner believing all to be secure had locked tho safe nnd gone out with an easy conscience Aunt Sophie on Ifinding nil of this wealth unguarded decided tc remain in tho room until some ono with authority to accept tho monoy should nrrivo So to ally nil suspicion she pretended to bo work tug very hnrd but always romaine near the monoy She was afraid to leave tho bundle to sock Gon oral Spinner and not knowing tho guard she thought it boat not to trust him with ho secret She thought of going out and carrying tho bundle of money with her then it occurred to her that tho guard not knowing her might ex amino tho package and ou find ing its valuable contents either kill her and escape with tho wealth or suspect her of thoft Thor seemed but one thing for her to do to stay and guard tho fortune with her life if necessary About 0 oclock ono of tho guards entered tho room and on finding Aunt Sophie still there asked Still at work Aunt Sophio began to swoop with nIl of her might and main Yes she answered but Ill soon bo through and she made such a dust that tho watchman was only too glad to escape She swept the dust and dirt into n pile and then scattered it over the floor again in an effort to appear to bo very busy No moro watchman dis turbed her und finally out of sheer exhaustion sho sat down to rest and soon rOPIHduslnop About midnight sill awoke hoar ing a noise in the hall SILO wns Tightened and rising she groped her way to the spot whore sIlO had hidden the motley wodging it in between two desks Then site spat ad herself on it determined to toy there till General Spinner who slept in tho building should nrrivo In this cramped position jho slopt until 4 oclock in the morning when she hoard n soft footfall in the hall and listening lie thought sho recognized the stop of General Spinner In a trembling voico she called his name General Spinner was known as the wntchdong of tho Treasury a name given him from tho feet that ho hind n habit of wandering through tho building at all hours af tho night to see that everything ftas all right In the silence timid Jarknoss of tho night this low trembling voice of n woman frightened tho Gonoral although ho was not an acknowledged believer in ghosts On discovering Aunt So phie wedged in between two desks his fright was turned into surprise The relief from the responsibility almost unnerved Aunt Sophie and she hogan to cry Sho could not explain the situation only murmuring OhGonoral Spinner dont go cent go Finally whom aho had become quieted and could toll hor story and investigation proved it to bo correct tho truth dawned upon tho General and it is said that ho wore black and blue at everything in about and near tho treasury o himsolfindid gohomofinallylookodI inostigntionphio wns sontfor and complimon od for hor faithfulness and as n token of gratitude was given a liCo appointment Washington Post NoxtSonitor Quay Public sentiment has cause congress to ignore precedent iin Roberts case Will respect for do coney force tho senate to follow QuayRoberts logalllherobut his multiplicity of wives is nn offense against publio opinion which congress could not con doneQuay was not elected at all but was appointed illegally by Gov ernor Stone of P o n n B y 1 y an i a against tho wishos of a majority of his own party ropllblilnn senate will ignore precedent and allow this boodlor to tnko a seat in tho upper house which is not his by any rules of law or justice If Hanna could break into the senate of tho United States with charges of bribery and corruption against him tho probability is that Quay will bo able to do tho same thing although tho caso against Quay is stronger than that against Hanna It will bo n disgrace to tho upper house if Quay is seated but tho senators havo bocomo used to that sort of thing since McKinley has boon president and political pull may result in seating a man who has not boon elected and who is branded by his own party as a bribegiver and n speculator on legislation Chicago Democrat Preacher and a Saloonkeeper Fought Five Lively Rounds Roy J Axtoll a Congregational preacher and Gus Dondero a sa loonkeeper fought five rounds at Royal Oak Mich to settle n cone troversy thntgrow out of a crusade against selling boor on Sunday lime battle continued for five rounds the preacher who was an athlete at college pounding tho saloonkeeper nil over tho ring but tho referee decided it n draw Another battle will bo fought in tho near future Tho gentleman was soon nt his homo and said that ho wna told that thoro was movement on foot to drive him out of town if ho did not prove his ability as a boxer 30 rathor thnn show tho white feather ho consented to meet Don hero in n respectable way Then to quote Mr Axtell liTho result of it was that I finally gavo thorn satisfaction I think I am tho bet tor man with tho gloves I am satisfied with tho showing I made Saturday night handicapped I was in tho platter of weight Rov Axtoll filled his pulpit the following Sunday just nn nothing tad happened Col Bryan has made more than 00000 out of his books and W ll Conkoy of Chicago has invested that sum in 4 per cent bonds of tho United States which are rcgist ored in Mrs Bryans name and will give hor n porpotunl annuity oC 2000 n your which sho thinks is sufficient for hor needs Tho Memphis Scimitar snysUn hundred thousand gallons of ruin nnd ono missionary constituted cnrgo bound for South Africa Intoly What ollico dOOR tho mis sionary intend to run for Tho now cotton mills that are being erected in tho southern stales is causing considerable uneasiness in Now England The annual roportof tho state railroad commission shows tho toe tal valuation of railroad property in this state to bo 40408918 an increase of 808805 over last year Job work done at ibis office THE KELLAM i CANCERMEDICAL SURGICAL I HOSPITAL LIuOUA1UNTEE PERMANENT 9ECURES without the use of the knife In CANCER and all moneytoMedical anti Surgical Departments nre see ootpsoftIratfAll examinations froo Wo treat uo patients outside the hospital FRANK 0 KKILAM P C KELLAM llAiutY KKUAM General Manager HINTON W VA Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table la Effect Oct 2Jt last EAST BOUND No 1 No1 STATIONS Dally ox nailCl Sunday Sunday AMLvePMLve JImAI pmWhtchcstorpmLAIJunonpmIndianpmClaypmFllionpmNatDrldgeTorrent 10 08 am 4 34 pm Oeattyve Jo 10 29 am 150 pm Tttllcgft 10 61 am 5 10 pm Athol 10 69 am 6 28 pm Jackson 11 30 am 0 00 pm WEST BOUND I No1 I STATIONS Dally ex No3 Sunay Dally pmAthotpmTnllegapmDeattyveputTorrentpmNat 4 putFusonpmStantonpmClay I putLkFJuncnpm1Pluehester1 I putAvonI putioxinglon MUlager01lA8 Rod Rivor Valloy Railway Coi TIME CA11D jCCrTrnlii leaves McCauley at 0 oclock a III conncrtlng with ruin nt llulhwell for Ml Sterling ItetnriiliiKi leaves Hotliwcll nt 4 ii III JAMKS I AgtUothwell I THE BEST Or THEM ALL It LIPPINCOTTS noNTHlXTVAGAZLNB Contains a eomlltlte bevel In everyaeriebur In addition to a IArce and ontertatnlnK nadtD matter S onttnrrAtrt kaeeb nay N bJottnabI to snd radrIt should be in every household Nabs yearAgents town to whom the mutt liberal inducements will be otrered J B LOT1HCOTT COMPANY PubllilWrt PHILADELPHIA MEGR1HIHE A iioiltivo nod ncrmnncn euro for lII 11Ieal1- ho and nillollscr forms of Icnuncho or Neuralgia HEADACHE CURED FREE by sample mulled you Jf this paper i mentioned Tho more nruniotlr hcniliivho are reo Ikvcil the less frequent will bo their return until pcnov nnnentlr cured Enid llr al druggists Km fiO CENTS A BOX The Dr Whitehall Meg COISOUTH BEND IND Dont forget that you sari bav +Courier Journal or Diipalch tract Ipfe Je = HERALD one year for pply 1M MHJa advance and 00hIM wewf yott the Farm Journal uatil the 1411 year of 1903- r 1 bF 1 Kri 1 tirf l r r x 1 yy j A i Y- YrJy q W Ivft F4- w 4- f I n I 0I 1 A 6 M IJ ts- r ffi Ir III J iJ Itii k J Jtl t l I i i itt I I I t Ait l f h f t 1 t I t I I t ft f j i 4 8 54A I s lc l The Monetary Problem I ty rttfiCtriX rt t4CfiECfitr C CGC Crttcrtrt =Geitr Cfi rtt rEYrCrCrtrt ROAD TO PROSPERITY Gold In Ininfflclrnt nA n Manvtarjr- n l 1rlce 8IIII Down on the Old Level An prlces arc still nt tbe name old level enforced by the gold standard dur ing the last few years although if anything the downward tendency appears to be again at workthe failure of Increased supplies of gold to affect the currency discussion in apparent and the demand for remonetization consequently rests on grounds fully as strong as obtained in 1SG and previous Jy for it I susceptible of exact demon stration that price levels are deter mined lo the ratio between the money In circulation and the gouda in circula tion A single article may decrease heavily in price because of improved machinery hit the resultant force set in motion imperceptibly raises the average prices of nil other articles As an example if 1000 articles an valued at 1000 and an article having n value of one onethousandth the totality of values is lowered in price through ma chinery by 50 cents If the money vol uinu tlta unaltered and the supply of the merchandise IIK not permitted to in crease the Isolated reduction issues in the augmentation in priers of the IOU remaining articles of from 090 to 000 50 or from an average of one dollar to an average of 10005 per article Pricelevels are altered no less certainly by the increase of time merchandise awaiting money measurement than by r nmpering with the mosey volume and it IIs quite conceivable nay prob able that the continuous reduction in general prices has here owing in eon xtdcrablc degree to this reuse But as it is the dittyof government to furnish enough currency so that time price levels mummy fluctuate no more than is unavoidable the demonetization of sil ver would be no hits reprehensible even though an Intensifying pressure of mer chandise upon the money volume were to he credited with the entire decrease mother proof that the rrw gold hat been powerless to mncllitratc Ih the fact Ithat the depression of IHIMIICM sliowh no signsI of abatement while we know that 1 there is not an historical in stance of a swelling currency circula tion concomitant with heard times AVhen money is net unity becoming re duiiilant business is sure to respond favornbly When prosperity refutes our tolloitatluns the conclusion Iis in disputable tintI whatever government atallMliiiitu may prnoliilm whatever may he the prima facie purport of- thing throe money that reaches the jicojilr IU He vrrthclcMfc rather on I ihede cllne than contrariwise Hornet I reeky put the matter plain Jy in hfd remark in the American saylug1 change mid payments being thus in sensibly drawn away putt not replaced the ItoniKN empire languished undue a steadyBeelineAmerica by ColumbusI nerd the conse quent rapid and vast increase of money wrought n great and sudden revolution Tin energies of civilized world received nn unwonted stlimlus and wenllh was iuorcaMd and cot fort dilYuicd as they never before hail ben People may rest itsnred that if it were really the ease thnt the gold late ly thrown on the market hind restored conditions to virtually what they were in 1873 the annuitants and those who profit out of tralllc in the yoilow metal would emit such n corybantic chorus of tllnapprovalasl to threaten the sta bilityl of the nations credit They have not been silent in the past when their Interests have beet more or less jeopard 1cd The trouble of securing thn passage of the act of J8J through the kind of ficers of Mr Sherman Mr limit well and Director Ltndcrmnn was It for goldImamjan ample substitute for the silver cast aside over 25 years ngo and if as is also maintained silver was then legislated against On account of its supply being too great is it not clear to even n superficial I observer that no logical alterna live remains for the defenders of time gold Ktandnrd limit to begin n propagan da looking toward the demonetization of their favorite metal Ilx it not clear that in their inmost consciousness they do not believe gold to have tilled the gap formerly occupied by silver No guaranty or likelihood exists that for any long time gold will continue its present pndiflcncs in yield All his tory is against such an assumption 3 or thousands of years the precious metals have been sought 01 t in the bowels of the earths anti delplte the scores of sporadic spurts tatting their brief day every such spurt often thought sure to be permanent has been succeeded by a relapse To look fa fcflr rather recent illustration S The production of gold after nn era of moderate figures attained to SI 18121 000 for the ten years ISOllO but this fell off to 75063000 for the ten years JSI130 and 94470000 for 1821 30 In 1849 came thereat gold ills coveries and production increased to such an extent that thc unllunlled for the decade ending with 1SCO amounted to nearly 150000000 This latter fig ure underwent a gradual diminution In I the following years until in 1S74 the yield was only 00750000 Another Increase and another falling off and now I dllnc1eI usItoI after which gold never manifested any relapse Fallible human nature HowI I JlnIt i eternity comes a still small voice that I theirIIblISome people possess the idea that tine silver forces bow down to the i particular metal silver and that hence they are little better than fetish worshipers That shows how ignorant the great city press has been able to keep its readers We care nothing for any metal per se Show us a substance which will meet all the requirements as tines that white metal which since the dawn of historic record has been the partner of the yellow and we will just as readily take that There is no such substance fiold is insullicicnt ron rqnently silver is our hope If gold had been the metal operated Against in 1S71 those humanityregard ing men who are now united under the banner of silver woud just as vocifer ouslyI insist on gold receiving itt right fut place under the law They would be known as gold men No pettifogging no obscuring of the IsMie will long prevent the American people from seeing that the thing wanted iis a volume of money white yellow black or red which shall restore to a great civiliza tintt the prosperity it dorrio and shall insistt out the glory llltuained pathway lending into the light it Iis groping for today George u11hit- eit tiuporlnnt Kncl There is great confusion in the minds of many people between n bimetallic standard of value and a bimetallic cir culating medium Mnny people think that you cannot have a Ibimetallic stand aril of value unless in each country gold and silver circulate side by side It is quite immaterial and unimportant as fur as measuring values is concerned whether gold and silver circulate in each nation We can have a bimetallic standard of value without Ihlir culating in a gold standard country or gold circulating in n silver standard country It onehalf of the nations ol the world in commercial importance were to adopt the single gold standard and not permit silver coin to circulate in those countries mill if the other one half of the notions in commercial ini imrtunee were to adopt a single silver btandard and not permit gold coin to circulate in those countries the volt nevertheless would he upon a bimetall tie standard of nineI because there wonlclltl an equal demand created upon an equal quant It v of metals which would produce an equal price We can readilysee that thoughsilver did not circulate in the gold countries it would be dung service in mother part of time world MS primary money and conse quently would be relieving the strain upon gout just as much as If It circu Intwd side byside with the gold in that gold standard countryIllinois State Register A Itlilleulniin Cnrloon A goldlte paper recently printed a ridiculous cartoon showing two ladies on a marketing expedition one pro vided with Mexican dollars worth 33 cent and the other with American dol lars worth 100 cents The picture is surrounded by this inscription When Is n dollar not a dollar When it is a Mexican dollar That inscription destroys the whole force of the cartoon If ever It had any The blmctallUts are not proposing to coin Mexican dollars but those bearing the stamp of time United States and full legal tender in everypart of our broad domain Ami incidentally it may be remarked that If thou Mexican dollars which the stupid housewife III the cartoon is tak- Ing to market werclegnl tender In the Intted States they would bring as much as any other dollar and no hush ness house would be foolish enough to refuse them The goldites are very loud up for arguments and illustra tions when they have to resort to such a ridiculous cartoon as the one we have noted in this article Illinois State Register llli Mttlr Jokr Mrs StubbJohn I wonder vhj tn the world did that man send up a water lug pot with the new range 1 never or dered it i- Mr Stubb Why Maria I guess he damperChlcagoDI1l1 CENTRAL AMERICA CONSULS American Hriirmrntntlvro Tleit Up by Irlvnlc Inlere t Xteeu- mlty fur Heforiu One must live abroad for awhile es pecially in some petty state said a gentleman from Central America to learn the imperative necessity for reform in our minor diplomatic service Its present condition is disgraceful indescribably disgraceful With n few ccptions our consuls and consular agents and some even higher are so tied up by tiieir personal interests that they are perfectly useless as represent atives of the government This is pe culiarly true of Central America Legitimate straightforward commercial methods arc practically unknown to the natives of thnt part of the world and to succeed in business n man must stand in with the local officials The consuls invariably engage in trade because their salaries are too piiserly to aiTord them support and the conse quence iis that they stand in continual and mortal dread of offending the pow ors that be That sort of thing will squeeze all the stamina out of n thor oughly wellmeaning man in an nston ishinglyshortI space of time If he hap pens to be unscrupulous as IIs too often the ease he will make deliberate tralllc out of his consular position and be commies to nil intents mind purposes the agent of a foreign power IIf he is merely wink he will argue to himself that it is impossible to be fair tumid he might as well make as much money as lie can before a change in the admin istration It all comes to about the same thing The American citizen who thinks he is appealing to n representa tier of his own country finds himself in the hands of a slavish tool of the na tion from which he is seeking redress This is the exact truth and the situation has become already unbearable We ought to enjoy a magnificent foreign trade hilt we will never do it until the whole consular system is renovated train top to bottoms When that job is undertaken there will be a scandal exposed that will sr II to the ends of the earth N 0 Tines Oentoerat Suns Cuvfted Scrawl The mostl prized autographs in the world arc thorc of Shake pere OnlyI s ver are rimmed to exist three sig stares to hltwilllflch with a differ tnt spelling two to conveyances ol property out in the folio edition of his- pnys fiotibtfui and one in a Tudor t ru illation of Montnignc This last iis in the iSritish museum nnd rust aver OM guinea One thousand guineas wits the price given by the late Mr AlI fred Morrison of Inrlton House tem rare for nn autograph letter written by Marie Stuart to the nnhhltohop of Guise This and two other letters one to the pope unit the other to the king of France were written by the unfor innate Queen of Scots on the morning of her execution The letter to titFrench king was destroyed during the days of the terror while that to the pope is still preserved at the Vatican The wellknow n bookseller Bernard Quariteb gave X 1000 for an autograph of Columbus which was lmibitedat the worlds fair at Chicago A Chicago iiutogrnpli dealer is said to have offered to give 100000 or over XLOOOO for a genuine autograph of Shakespeare if iirouglit to him ++ thill a year of making his otter It was a safe bluff for since the tragic fate of CIiHtterton no forger has cured to tackle the quaint sera+ + i of the Kurd of Avon Colliers Week Ily WeililltiK for Original KolL For peculiar marriage customs the Negritos cannot be beaten I he young man who seeks a bride first obtains the favor of her parents and then pursues her catching her in his arms She breaks loose rind runs and does not yield until he hums caught her several times Finally he lends her in triumph to her home Here the father drags the youth up a ladder to the floor of their hut The mother drags up the maiden They are made to kneel and the father pours over them a cocoa nut shell full of water He then Dumps their heads together and the ceremony Is completed They upend their honey moon in the depths of the mountains and for five days and nights mire lost to sight after which they come back to everyday life Then there is another marriage custom Instead of the youth nnd maiden being dragged up the hut ladder they arc made to climb two sap lings that grow near each other Then an elder of the group grasps the sap lings and draws them together until the heads of the young couple touch with n kiss or a bump according to the force used This makes them man and wife X V Press Trnn f rrlnic IIIN AfTrrllon lllade Im surprised to hear you have broken off your engagement with tint Boston girl What was the mat ter1igotleI found that It was cheap er to join a library Puck The MnrrlnRrnlilr ARC A spinstei who Iis still living In hope says the marriageable age Is anywhere between the seminary nnd the ceme tery Chicago Daily News Vhnt Mnn COB Do What man has done man can dobut there is a great deal he ought to bt ashamed to try Chicago Daily Newt A NEW ZEALAND VESUVIUS Terrible Upheaval In 1NSU IVlileb- ChnnicFtl thr Whole Country In Six Hour The white terraces of hotomahana rose up in a series of 20 platforms in the form of a gigantic stairway Each terrace was perfectly horizontal and of dazzling whiteness The top step was vertically 80 feet above the base and sat 300 feet back From every platform hubs copious clouds of steam A stream of boiling water continually flowed from the geysers and us it fell slowly from tier to tier the silica1 sa with which the water was heavily charged became deposited on its exposure to the air and wonderful lacework designs of Infinite variety and of dazzling white ness and purity were formed Not far from the white terrace was another termed the Pink Terrace where ow ing to sonic coloring substance in the silicious waters falling from the geysers the deposits were of a delicate pine hue from which was derived the name Pink Terrace- riifortunately New Zealand no longer possesses this unique spectacle forth terraces are no more The various agencies of nature which originally built up such curious forms served in turn to destroy them Mr Falconer gives a graphic description of the event He was residing at that time about 4u miles distant from Tarawera In IbSC on June 10 the night was clear and calm Heavy rumbling sounds like rolls of distant thunder filled the uir but there was no very great alarm The next tiny dawned dull and gloomy About 730 oclock the morning grew darker and light gray ash very fine began to fall He says that although they surmised an eruption was taking place in the Hot Lake district there were no definite tidings to that effect so that he could onlywait to see what would happen By the aid of a lantern he succeeded in groping his way to the telegraph office and there he learned that a serious disturbance was taking place at Tarawera and Kotomahana About 11 oclock the darkness lifted All round the grouted was covered with a thin filmy pall of tine ash to tit depth of half an inch and it was afterward found that the intense darkness was caused by u thick cloud offhl4t blown out by the volcano to a height so tre mendous that it passed above Tuuranga and dispersed over the country some miles way The manifestation way accompanied b3 intense cold the thermometer registering five degrees of frost This is explained by the fact that the columns of steam as they came hissing out of the craters expanded as they ascended and absorbed their own heat which became laent so that the heat was abstracted from everything near A day or two later the government geologist arrived at Tauranga and preparations to in spent the seat of the disaster were pushed rapidly forward On the fourth day after the eruption the party ar rived at Wairoa the Maori village There was scarcely a vestige of the set tlement to be seen the whole village had been crushed beneath volcanic loan nd the charred and battered remains of the little village church and other buildings protruded above the surface of the deposit which at first measured four fret in thickness but afterward settled down to half that depth One young Knglishman was killed Its well as the Maoris who lived III the district and exacted tolls from visitors to time Hot lakes The scene was the wildest imaginable The air rushed over the land with cyclonic fury uprooting tearing and breaking trees that had survived the hull of rocks leaving here and there a gnarled and jagged trunk denuded of branches and stripped of its bark Tile next day the party set off for Hotomahana As they approached the hot lakes huge cracks extending hundreds of yards in length and about a foot in width were seen in all directions The scene was one of the strange grandeur of absolute desolation The upheaval of nature hind blown the won derful terraces to atones steam was rising in dense clouds from one end of the area to the other a distance of about nine miles Hotomuhana lake was a yawning caldron from which rose a majestic column of steam The ground was completely stripped of vegetation and covered with lava from the mountain The lava was reduced to the consistency of flour so that the explorers sank In it nearly to their knees Thus in the space of time was North island suddenly shorn of its most peculiar natural features In six hours the whole aspect of the country was changed and what was one of the most beautiful spots in the world was transformed irfto a barren country car peted in lava and covered with debris The geysers however still abound In profusion and it is possible in time other terraces may be formed Wind tor Magazine Anything for Ie cr Time peppery little mutt mopped around the famous prize fighter Youre a big bundle of nothing he snarled I dare you to strike me The big prize fighter shook his head He didnt want to run any chances of injuring himself in n barroom broil Youre a yellow dog shrieked the little man Im a yellow pug said the big awayClueJand IiICAlARRHllj GENERAL JOE WHEELER I Says ofPeruna lloin Sntors Sullivan Roach and Mc Entry In their good opinion of Peruna as an llcctlve catarrh remedy lt s = JII THE ICE MACHINES PART At Lnrtt There Iln linen it rtr lea tare Introduced tutu tucle Toni Cabin fhere iis a new wrinkle in Uncle Toma t shin theatrical cotupanie Our of them which is ransacking time state of New Jcr my for audiences has hit upon the device ol huyirig a refrigerating machine and wing real block of ice in the scene in which Eliza puniHd ha pack of harking mongrel srnimt the river carrying in her arms a itufTed doll The icemaking machine has proved an opershouseevenings ago a frantic crowd fought its way througli the doors At the first perform meet the ice machine was kept in the hack mnnufaeturedbeforegreen baize river They were carefully sanded on the surface so that when Khza made her grand dash for liberty she w uld not turn undignified somersaults The ice mar chine however had been so largely adver tiled that yokels wanted to see it They tat in their places after the curtain de scended upon the solemn death of Little Eva and howled for the ice machine to com out andshow itself The stage manager and a couple of deck hands had to carry it down to the footlights Then they turned the handle and amid uproarous applause the uaehine produced a cake or real ice Since then n part has been written in the play for the ice machine When the river scene opens a couple of southern speculators are discovered experimenting with the machine They produce their ire and not having any immediate UM for it turn It into the river and it sits upon the river njnaet fUdJfoohtImrinklr sand over tIll ice in full view of the audlellceChicago Chrcnsce j is ACTS GENTLY ON THE KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS GLEANSES THE SYSTEM PfLSEffECTUALL llJjI sJEAO EVERS OVERCOMES r5i9S1IPATION PERMANENtIljITS BElfErtSFIGIAL BUT THE GCHUINtMAHTO oy SYRIr1uaj Vyi u er rolualameuwtw9tlarte9aletatnt6 t t J r Ii 7J 7s 1I 1F I J fJt ft 1a 1I I 1It ItI ItII 1 I 1I Jc1I 1G 1a IIt 1Ii 1r 1I c c h 11F h n fmal alsl slft fttv ell diCe Ceto toth UIr Irta toin Inht InIII lit thRI 11It 1 ItcJ chWI I WIda faan ant fib hraim rIIhr 1ear78 1 Litt r- L J =u tS === rL I 11D ror ofni 2 11air 11m 11n airy aTm roed tdbe hed de oft 1fro ere tie Dter ttel krbe beer Irs heot otto Ice I- lid off r- i AM RY rlS Nnt or t i 1 GREAT FODDER CROP The c nvpen Which Ilnn Ileeti Stead llj tlrotvlnic In Invor with Wealerii Farmers Herewith we illustrate the cowpea AI will be seen it is more of a bean than a ptheUnited States department of agriculture says of It The cowpea has been cultivated In the south for at least 150 years It was probably llrst introduced on plan tatlons In South Carolina the seeds having been brought from India or China From this original Introduction nnd from subsequent importations its cultivation line spread to almost every farm and plantation in the southern COW PEA PLANT states Cowpens are in their relation skip and habit of growth really beans null not pens as the name indicates They are actualsi and are closely re latcd to the lablab lima and haricot beans of our gardens- VnrietlesCowpeus orcur in every gradation of habit front n twin part stocky upright hush having struts n foot high with veryshort latern hrnmho to thone with trailing run tiers growing as lint upon the grotiti as sweet lotato or melon alms the prostrau steins 15 to 20 feet in length The Jill+ vary from four to six inches III length anil the pins are of every iim a iiiulile shade of white yellow green pink rii l rpwn red purple and black of solid colors or variously mot tied am speckledl and of varying sizes Aril form from large kidneyshaped to little runnel ones smaller than the gar rtni pea There iis a like variation In the length of time the diUVrent forms require to ripen seed some requiring eight or nine mouths a few ripening ill CO days Irom the time of planting FACTS ABOUT HIDES ClnulllIIIIII Fir e+ nlly tduplyd bl the Hide Diiilcrt nml lmnnrrs nf Clilenun Green llidec Hides jut as they eoinc from the animals never having Leon snlted- 1art Cured Hides Hides that have been salted but nut long enough in salt to he thoroughlycured ireen Salted Hides Hides that have been salted long enough to be thor oughly cured tireep iCiiiAll vealI shins running from 15 to 25 pounds shall be classed as veal kip All longhaired mid thin skins running from eight to 21 pounds shall he classed as runners ret n Calf All veal skins running poundsIVaeon skins under right pounds shall be classed as dea cons thoroughlydryDry Salted JIItleAre thoroughly dry hides having been salted while green Grubby Hides Hides having one or more grubs All dry kip and calf shall be classed the nme as hides All hides steal be free from salt dirt meat dung horns tail bones and sinews mind before be- Ing weighed nil such substanees shall be removed or u proper deduction made from the weight and when the bend hangs to the hide by a narrow strip it shall be cut oft also when the bend is not split In the center it shall be made straight before being weighed All bull stag tainted grubby bad J murrainllldflIgreen clawedI as glue stock Dry hides which art motheaten sunburned or weather beaten skull he clasesd as damaged All kip nnd cjJf both green and dry shall he trimmed the same as hides with the exception that Ole- tall bone may he left in calf skins poundsfindlie l poundsshalldryllldeailed heavy mind all dry hides under 18 pounds shall be called light hides sltkker SHEDS FOR MACHINERY Can De Unlit In odd Hour and Out of JlnlrrlnU OthrrmUe Virtual ly Without Vnluc It is a fact which cannot be denied muchlongerare protected from wet weather nnd the scalding sun as much as possible The longerbutbusytlmaes thereIsgetting out of shape causing bolts to more readily become rusty or drawn which results in n great deal of break age and loss besides falling to do the work as properly as it would be done If the machine was kept In good order All Implements on the farm from the hoe and corn knife to the harvester or header may he housed and at very little expense Most eastern farmers in the older settled communities have large barns where they have more floor room than Is necessary after the hay and fod der maybeand d Ills In the west where barns are scarce anti smaller It Is not very ex pensive to build a large straw shed which will hold nil the Implements and machinery used on the farm A shed of this kid may be made by setting three or four rows of two by six posts and placing timbers of the inmciiz nt the top for plates Xext cover ova with cheap lumber and brush together with a sufficient amount of straw to prevent any leakage Build up a wall of straw at the sides six or eight feet thick ex cept at the east side which should he left open for the purpose of driving in Port hay wally he used in the building and will mnke it more durable A shed of this kind Is quite inexpensive and at the same time will adequately protect the Implements from rain snow anti sun Notwithstanding the euse with which good tlidter may be obtained there are far too many costly machines allowed to go to wreck for want of proper care This NI tine of the leaks that prevents profitable farming in ninny localities in the great west or at rust robs the farmer of much that he might enjoy as his otvnJohn1 F Coul ter in 1rairle Fanner CONTROL OF DOORS A CIr nnd gnlhInd Cnntrlv- ifftVc fur llnlilliiif u hour UIIIM- Itil tu1Idlut The illustration slimes a device for holding a door open tit any point for ventilation or other JIll rJKIo I A black smith can make this contrivance in I15 HOW TO CONT11OI DOORS minute and it will be worth dollars when put III ue The roil can be at tached Inside the door frame if pre ferred Use threeeighths inch round Iron and attach high enough up so that one can walk under the rod when in use American Agriculturist FACTS FOR FARMERS Disease may lurk In thatold well that has not been cleaned out for several years letter attend to it before the doctor cleans your pocketbook out A few days devoted entirely to the matter of securing fuel for the winter will relieve your mind wonderfully of this job and keep the women in much better humor A mnn who cannot find pleasure in arranging and rearranging his tool sheds stables grain bins etc when other work Is not presilng or on rainy days has but little Interest in his work It will cost you nothing to find out all about silos if there is one within driving distance of you Take A tiny off and learn all you can about them It may be money in your pocket some dayCut nnd gather together burrs Span- Ish needles etc on the next damp day Pile them up and burn them as soon as they are dry enough and you will have done n work that will mnke you feel good for a whole year National Stock man Moderate Mornlnic lUlluni The rational Fanciers Journal well that fowls which are overfed In says the morning are sluggish all day and In come lazy and go out of condition It is exercise of muscle that creates proper functional tone All birds are active by nature If productiveness it expected natural laws mutt be observed Feed moderately in the morning especially when the flock is small and kept in lim itt d ruzC Til New Krplotlre- Tharite I the new expletive has been dlsUnI gushine itself by passing through a 41 Inch Harveyited isteel plate If its success continues it will matte at great a record for it self in the military world aa Iloitctteri Stomach Hitter baa in the medical world So far nothing has appeared whichcan equal this wonderful medicine in Its speedy and permanent mastery of all diseases of the itomach liver or kidneyi Its a good rem edy to try when everything else has failed I Matter of IenRth How long should mourning gowns beI worn by a widow of 22 was the question that came sobbing through the mails Now It chanced to he the sporting editors day ofT and the religious editor therefore was attending to the Side Talks with Younii 1e 110 nil There la no hard and fast rule i wrote the religious editor confidently but they ought to come down to the boot lops at I least This incident illustrates the occa lional awkwardness of a newspaper standing as a bulwark of morals to the exclusion of everything elseI =Detroit Journal I Nov Everybody Cnn little If you have any doubt about it be sure to read the advertisement of the John M1 Smyth Co Chicago in this in which they propose to sell a hl hradeTop Bugi for 3405 How they do it is a puzzle but as the firm is one of the largest in the court try And of the highest landing thats their matter Uetter find the advertisement now while you think of it and read it through carefully The firm issues a Mammoth Catalogue in which is listed everything I to eatwear and use at lowest wholesale prices h Its Origin I Hoot cried the owl ever and anon The fowls of the air and the beasts of the field stirred uqcaaily in their sleep and mut tered maledictions Why arc they so angryasked the owlet at last hootlDetroitI Sonic Are So Clever t Is it hnnl to propose to n girlasked the novice in affairs of the heart Sometimes its a good deal harder not to propose returned the nuin of worldly ex nenence thoughtfully Its always well to be on your guardChicJgo Pos- t1hamkgva lloliUy 1HW- OJreutlv reduced rates via tho L II i1 Rnilromf Tickets sold on November Jy and SO limited to December 1 for return Ask your nearest C II oS U ugeut for full particular regarding tituo of trnlns and rule n Nrrdlcmi Adjeellrci Little WillicRllr pa whats a redund awry of expression IA Using more words than are necessary to cxprtM ones meaning liuchn wealthy irftnnn wealthy plumber etc Chicago Evening New A Dear Little DarlingWigwag Mv wife iis the dearest little woman in the world atbont1 dont know about that How such dues she cott you r Ilil ndelphia Record When a man say he wants work lie d t not slwa tnrati that he is willing to do tiI work he iii capable of doing nt the markc price AtvbtMin lilobe lIe anlentl2II am steels over heal in eoslnettr1IlowTo pits It iis n mustier of wonder that nobody ever excused1 his Unimex by claiming that the bUD rose too laic Lcdgur Mushily There trust give men pnln remarked the ubMrvntit boarder TIll window glnm trust ihanie for pane added the cross eed irtuvlerIittslnulh lhlUlIiecTcle- IIalh Wlmt iis Sticndy in mourning furl Hofeatein the jwwnbroker I tj de d I lidut know they were relatwl Oh yes lie was Speudys uncle Philadelphia I North Aineriran The ButlerII avent been ere long limit I eau He thcren something on the main tern mind The MaidSine Heo tu7 ing to look an digmlictl an you nail he can toI Jo itlvenU I Ha hat ha Haircut while you waitI rhit signs absurd JIll ha I dont know about that remarked the bnrbcr lectivcly those fellows waiting while 1 reII cutting yours wont see anything ab about itLandon Answers sagebrush SamThat there dude bar tender over to Red Dog died kinder sudden didnt he What Cruz the troiblc Cac tus ChllrJieJlp sot out n glass o water with Dokiln Daves whisky6t Louis Republic The Impecunious SonIt was rather hard for you father not to send me any TheeToughtfultFatherltwas t needdessiiire to send you ample means immediately but It was such a pleasure to read your letttll laldnff for remittancca so finely worded you know that 1 could not deny myself the latUfaction of having more and more o- Ctbemllolton Transcript Perhaps the most egxperience In tilt career of a maiden who has pasked the first blushof romantic girlhood iis when she braces herself to meet the shock of a pro posal of marriage from same nun and tle shock doesat come Chicago Journal Nothing makes me so madsaid Chnrch White today u to invite a neighbor to ride home with me ID the evening and then have him stop to tiny meat and make me wait out in tot cold half an hourAtchiI- On Globe wuL DOUGLAS S3 do 350 SHOES UNION MADE to 56 comparWorthl54other makes Indorsed by over 1000000 wearer The pnufn have W L toughs toms and prict tamped on bottom take subtiitutc chimed to b fo good Your dealer keep themIf pot w wU uad l pal l 1 Bfeerwidth plain 7 or M L 9uItM sNOE co eeadt+ Mifw fM Scalp RI H TJ1CK E- G 1 oMM 1r- Ar Dcnfaeia CaBtiot Be Caret by local applications aa they caaaot reaeh the diseased portion of the ear There la only one way to cure deafness and that it by constitutional remedies Deafness it caused by an inflamed condition of the nu coua lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube Beta inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal con ditlon hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases of of ten are caused by catarrh which ia nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars loran cape of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circular tree IF J Cheney iCo Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75c halls family Pills arc the best Ignorance is more powerful in tbe hands knowledseCblugolJililJ To Cure M Cold In One 2 y Take Lnxullvo llroino Quinine Tablet Alt druggists refund money Ifitfalls toeuro 25c A thoroughgoing egotist Is usually devoid DanyXCNewsFor Whooping Cough 1isos Cure IsI a successful remedyM P Dieter 07 Throop Ave Brooklyn N V Nov 14 01 Dont put in too much time standing on ilyNewrPUTNAM FADELESS DYESare fast to sunlight washing and rubbing Sold by all druggists A vacant expression To ItentGold- en Days u uu beautifully IB Adams I How Pinkbtm L MRS tiOODBN I your kindness and the interest you in mo and truly believe and advice are worth more to a all tho doctors In the World For I bad trouble did for Of coon I became no better finally broke My troubles inflammation and hemorrhages tho then inflammation congestion nnd falling of the womb and inflammation of I local every day for sonic time then nearly two months the doctor gavo mo permis fit on to go back to back but in less than a was com polled to up and go to On the second time I de to let doctors and medicine and remedies tho first bottle was gone I felt the ef fects of it Three bottles of Lydia B I Compound and of her Sanative did mo- tt more than all tho doctors treatments I Tho and remark me now IsI How bettcryou look and you may be sure I to tell tho cause of my healthbias E J I GOODEX Ix n A lo SAMPLE nOTTLE IPOli lOa DOCTORS INSIST that their patients use 5 DROPS for RHEUMATISM KIDNEY DISEASE etc Read the follow ing SWAN60N KunUMATic Crag Co When I wrote you for a ample lwllte of 5 DROPS my wife u as 5uller Ing terribly hum Kbeiimati m and was very discouraged at 1 had tried everything the doctors iiiekcrllwJ even sending her to Klclifirld Springs tic My doctor IIs very muck Mirprlkcd nt the progress my wife isl making Is to well that abe to keep lirr seamstress und U now doing her own sewing Tha doctors Insist on her takings Drops anti assure her that It Iis now only a utter of a few dnys and she will be entirely cured sad as we ore very writ known here the UKOlS1 U considerable alien lion and praise P It Jersey City N J Oct 13 1M SWAT If KiirtrMATtc CURS Co 1 suffered terribly with Kidney for yenm and after using teas than two battle of S DKOl8 Jam now entirety wetland I give 5 DKOlH the praise for my cure I ctnilrt not lint anything that would give me the slightest rtltvf until I tried this remedy and I recommendI to everybody ai a permanent cure for Kidney in caM MARY A CARlA lGU stack Gap Ia AugHW lie t1 I the Wort powerfultclae known Jn from oputr and perfreuyhsrmtm O DROPS It win aluinft Initaotantout teller and II a rolllln fui for JtheumatUui Nrliillm lysinpla Itnrknrhr A thmu liny JVrrr rs Criiui Mleeplrenru rrvntiinai nod XciirnUlo rnUuebi i Cartrb Totk site Ilrurt VriiLnrii llropiv Crreptu Numtin i ilr ale SlIlInl t luit a tiUI mtl and Ian umpU botlU DAYS1nJem0antorun A aplI S von Also mugs lntlill Ie dow 110 tf tlis r r R 5oU by n ad are d iflKlin WiXTM U Ko Trrllrj WRIT CS TODit Mw1Mlx CO 1OO In 104 JiiUo HI ClIItAOO ILL n A DOLLARI STRETCHER One writes that the greatest Dollar Stretch cr she has ever lit the ncw and method hy which J C hnbinger ill introducing his Invention Red Crolla and Htibinfrera Best starch She says your Endless Chain Starch Hook I received front my grocer one large package of Red ntarch one large package of Hubingers Rent Marc It and two beautiful Shakespeare panels all for 5c H ivr far my dollar will go I ant unable to figure out Ask your grocer tJr timy htarv and obtain the beautiful free aoaooaaoooe aoooaooosooewosooeeooavo o ooo o MAMMOTH H50 TO 166 MAILORDER MADISON 8T t1LwEbT j 00HOEnrS2500AT SPECIAL OFFER OF ONLY r I sl4twarnatad Hdnee oIia rowUlla1olrurrII DONT RENT ESTABLISH A YOUR OWN Read Corn handsome monthly paper illustrated containing exact and truthful informa tion about farm lands in the West letters from farmers and pictures of their homes barns stock Inter esting and instructive Send 2S cents pottage stamps for years Mb scriptioo to THE Com BEIT 309 SU CWcafo Mrs HELPED is7uIhaTe taken your medicines woman than years female and nothing them and down entirely bcgaa with from kidneys ovaries underwent treatment after work went week give bed breaking down coed their alone try your Before Pinklmnis Vegetable Wash good medicine first greets much hesitate ACKLKV letters andphe refuted receiving TRICK Trouble Vriirnlfln Culnrrh Urlpnr tirrvnnf Malaria 30 UlIKtMATlt Cltl lady found original latest With Cross Christmas presents OUR PRICE worrer this boggy at actual factory wholeale price the- equal or which Iis Cornlug 111le body or priDICI or I cloth orger and turnllb the ugar with strs 9ety rurubber toP brupeIJ ee storm r boo dash ralt tatare eta palatInne Which are to makS sly NMItt4 imNr wfll I I1N r Ya t6 B HOME OF The Belt a and a I a package that never h rreqnetI sod- aprhds plate n r4iilth is Meted it leweet eve hla vv r t1n1 v II- p i Pi1r Iqtl fallli thilOrit alltwt M VhMt amounting U illytM be c IithanlIuyWfllrhe UrewCera IPsIatgInjiit IIJIused by adUleaI sure proof of Its uc- I FIT8reruU at MDI IreJJtItIIKUN1tLtealA- ntSOLDIER a ghSa N- pm1tru JUO Id h I bnI aneelcaAr Y u1 uoja b tUar w1 A M K S 1 x wit iTaur Tai AavaMnplow fNN s V s eS I e w 4 Ifjt- fo 1 re j- f A e t r i qrw J 1ytay cr N f Ralw Ralr A s t s r t a rx I r r t z rh r try rW- d ra a- o i f F i j j t it 4t t t 1 t iJj r if I f1f 1 l I IiI Ii 1 1 t i j IJ II- Iit I rr- i i ri i j I f I t R i t 4i t 1 a c rHE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN ICY THURSDAY Dccombor 141899 +AffOtIn 8m8nT + SrIAlIJEJWe lire authorized t A HOW ARDSTAM1 ERofhoapou11ntfe county nia candidate for Congress subject to the notion of the Democratic party nlltllorLU1N31S COXOLirrON as u candidate fur tin office of County Indue of Wolfe county subject to the action of limo Democrat c party In this issuo of Tim HEIIALO will bo found in its propor placo the announcement Hon A Howard Stampor of this county a candidate for tho Democratic nomina tion for con gross from this district Thirtyfour years ago on Lauro1 crook Morgan now Wolfo county Mr Stampor was born in o hovel roarod in povorty and in want withonly tho inheritance of on honost parentage a healthy body nn innate invincible ambition This young man started out in the world at tho tender ago of twulvo fatherless and penniless to obtain tho sustenance of lifo and if pos sible an education By dint of 1m own onorgy nod industry laboring hard by day and studying his books at night undor tho dim blaze ul torchlights ho thus mastered tlu common school branches Began teaching at sixteen taught seven towns in succossion in tho moan Limo studying law and was admit ted to tho bar at tho ago of 22 In No vember 1880 at 22f Mr Stnmpoi was wedded toMiss Mary C Lykins a daughter of lIon Jos C Lykins of this county As ovidenco of his sterling qunlitios and of tho high oatoom with which ho is regarded by tho people of his homo county whoro ho is best known when scarcely oligiblo ho received the Democratic nomination for county attorney defeating one of the ablost lawyorti and most honored citizen of tho county j and in the final contort was elected without opposition Tho trust confided ho guardod as was evinced by his election to succeed himself Thus selfprompted selfsustained anti splftaught lu achieved an emi nence as an orator and dobator and is recognised as tho peer of any ljwyorof his age in the state IIo jML a trognn Democrat und onto lhustling invincible 1 n pro B ntUlg Mr Stamper to tho of tho Tenth districttintfcrdcy ho possesses ample and splendid congressional ability mid i nominated would bo elected by majoritye IfJ brrfiCtOgOf election worn iMuquu Balurday tho Oth inst to nil the candidates on tho Ro pu 1aan state ticket tho names manly of Chairman Pryor and Capt WlYEllis boing attached C13 Pbytz refused to sign tho cortjfi oatos and his dissonting opinion was filed with that of tho majority opinion limo official figures of tho YotOffiled with Secretary of State Finloy are Taylor 103711 j Goe bol 101831 Taylors plurality I 2888 THE opening day of congress Jtliii year attracted an unusual number of lady spectators Mr Roberta the mormon congressman wig the center of attraction JIc PRESIDENT McKiyusYs message was very lengthy and still omitto so many things that might liavi boon appropriately discussed in such a paper that it will take a good whilo to analyze tho proposii tion The omissions and commis sions of tho message may run through tho whole presidential campain It is a fact that the President said nothing to congred about tho importance of economy in public expenditures On tho contrary tho carrying out of hit tlorImouslrens on account of a war for thjj subjugation of tho people of tllII Philippine Islands Mr McICinlry is carrying out tho policy of lavish expenditure begun by tho Fifty first congress THE lIon W S Taylor of tho county of Butler was duly inaugu ratod governor of Kentucky ou Tuesday tho 12th inst with ap propriate ceremonies Mr Bradley lens tho distinction of being the states first Republican governor but lot us hope that Mr Taylor will bo able to say until his dying day that ho was tho last MIHHMAROARETINIALIsaf Paris who campaigned for Bryan and froo silver in 1800 has announced her intention of taking tho stump again for Bryan in 1000 Miss Ingulls is at present a candidate for enrolling clerk of tho Kentucky house of representatives IT in said that Aguinaldos army numbers about thirty thousand in surgents He probably isnt so lonesomo an ho is painted I Aguin aldo is like the IritmlllUs lion now when Otis is about to put his fit gor on him ho is not there Tit President has announced his intention to appoint Brutus J Clay of Richmond one of tho twelve commissioners at tho Paris exposition IT looks strange that Congress man Roberts is against expansion Perhaps ho thinks throo wives are enough for any ono mUll Sayings of Famous Koctucklans At tho oxponso considerable time and groat labor tho Democrat has CynthiunnI boating und collating the most rn nmrkablo sayings of tho most fuI mOlls Kentuckians and takes pleas are in presenting them to its road ors Win GoobolI am elected gov ernor W S lnIQfI am oloctod gov OlnorrJhrockmollonWho foods tho musses Why tho mUll with tho hoecako J CS Dln kbnr111nut no certificate unless signed by Governor OoohIItfOriaW 1ohooill J want iisj my iper diem per day scoundrelCloy Bradloy 1 Itifra Ily I 10I I Thoodbro HallamrTMy rniii- fl IColsummer some otlur summer 1 Gluts 1 Bronstoni AVhbro arc I ata Uroy Woodsonv I i1rntho father of tho campaign the hairy parent of tho throno 111 ITaldoman Lot thoyi1 lain lio Dispatched tHenry Wattorsou I am opposed to Bill Guobol bill 5 Chas B Poyntz Whoop Ih Richard W Knottr am a Dom ocratTf V T IF fioJonlll FiftyQutts pltinso r t i John Jr 11hallon1uiumiltnn guy SoovCharley Wltoolor = 13eu o mo unlillI put my toot in it Judge Rodwino An appeal is i not in ordor Willard Mitchell Blood 1 W C P Brockinridgo I cnn not support Mr Owens Lot him yarn his own support Dosha rcckl11rHlgolhnt s molJohn Young DrownI concede r ny defeat t P Watt Hardiu = III ROSE DAVIS TIIE BlaOKSmUnSs AND WagOn iIlakeIS Have no time to write an ad this week but desire to announce ilit 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 indebt 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pntpnld fur one year lldrtHo sPltNcla cooPwu lliinl irtiou 1C CHAS W BUCHANAN PRACTICAL ilL Prorpt attention given to repairing of all kinds and satis I faction guaranteed j rospectfullyj i appreciated i t OrdorB taken for Ladios and Gents Fine Footwear JgSho11 at Old Racket store room Hazel Green Ky RH BRYAN SAIKSMAX IOU Pearson Clark WHOLESALED GROCERS 1i to 1 WJ X I Ngfq t T88 i I t S I LI r l1 i ir- ms a sows mOQey = 3 f not 1off The QUEftlper we can- E in oppor about 50 E 2 ar in our house higher nat than and with you out we give rr 25 oW We have now the finest and lar 53 gest stock oft J1Eliil VATTS in Kentucky Largest stock of FINE E SUITS in Kentucky And remember 25 per cent off on all of them Dont miss this sale lOUIS GUS STBflUS Leading Clothiers of Kentucky llllllllllllIllvlll All l11L vv WANTED 500 MEN Who owe me on account to call and pay same I need the 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 grunt you credit any longer I have A FULL AND COMPLETE LiNE OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE Mild will not be undcrsoled when I get the cash All taxes due me must also be paid now because to indulge you fur ther hurts us both pllow many willrespond to mycull I shall wai- te and see Doors open from G oclock a in to Opin llespectfully Cc H F PTEiRI TIT010 I uon rOT VV 1 D have just received time finest lino and grrntcet vrrMy LADiES AND GENTS BOOTS SQ SHOESe- ver brought to the mountains und having bought then tcf re tho ivciiit rise in leather Tam prepared to save my customors manes on ovary purchase they make want tho Indiis especially to examine my stock For the price can show thorn frontlace shoo that is wtirldbentor It is indeed beauty and to the touch makes one feol that tho shoemaker got hold of tho kid glovu stock Respectfully JOHN M ROSE 9 ROSED Kiel Kyf KKPUKSF- NTSSLIHGLUFF JOHNS 5 CO WHOLESALK BOOTS + AND + SHOES Hopkins Place DALTIMOUK Mo Respectfully solicits There of tVe trade mountain mlrcb nt- OLD PAVEI18 Clcnn find Nice for ale this oWee at 20 cents per 100 0 J 1 tI f s l 11 a a u e n ol i J i0 IIj F5Al f IOn+ ttorneyaiLaw COLLKCTIONB A SPECIALTY AND RL TURNS PROMPTLY MADE 451 W JKFFERSOX STREET LOUISVILLE KY Reference L Taylor Day Hazel Green j fJRALDjon sthckp lE Ea n 1J i 4 t 9T i 5 r t I n + c = L O t J so air war sa ts Bs 1 1 U 1 U U UU 11111 1U 4 I tho lit E altC9 11 tit al r rr- tt s liD al 10 n of it 1 smC1a Constipation Headache Biliousness Heartburn Indigestion Dizziness InUtwi J thist jvar liver la out t order Tho best Medicine to rouso the IM un l rum all tls 1 I JJ Ltnd In L RC7ArFF Pfficy 91 fttlI1 t 25 cents bola by all tneClclno dealers dWfp+ rn1 lt IESMB =AI FARM JOURNAL Great From now to Dec 1003 OteroNoarly 5 Years By special arrangement made with tho publishers of tho FAUMI JouR Al vo aro enabled to otTer that paper to ovory subscriber who pays for TUB HERALD ono yoar ahead for only 100 both papers for tho prico of ours only our pa per ono year and tho KAIIM Jouu NAT from now until December 1903 nearly 5 yours The FAHM JOURNtL is aa old established paper enjoying groat popularity one of the best and most useful farm papers published This offer should ho accepted without delay Only eleven more days until Xams Wo have lla1 a touch of genu ino winter within the past week Died Henry Barker of Cany on Wednesday of last weok of fovor MrsHingolds children who have beon sick for several days are iim- proving Are wo to tramp through the mud this winter or aro wo to have silo walks M W Iono3J of Grassy was in town Wednesday and made us a pleasant call Greonberry Stamper a lawyer at the Campton bar was in town Saturday afternoon Tho finest line of stationery over seen in Hazel G rwm is to be had at J1 Days RtOltJII Carl Mixo roturnod homo Tues day after a very pleasant visit with friends at Mti Sterling Our correspondents must bo taking a rest this weok after their la borious efforts of the past Have you bought your Christmas toys for the children If not see tho nice display at J T Days Dr Silas Hash who has boon sick for several days has so flu pruclice Dr J M Kash was called to Quicksand on last Friday to soo Mrs Oalhoon who wantaken sud1 denly ill NE1fru iota ba fQ1tlH plnr rich bloulI Hoods SumifMirilM Ifa tliu best servo tunic JJy naruliiiW Uio b lualt imk th ncfWl S RON rWOSIinois pap riax antl paint ing his house located nonr the Hazel Qreou AcaHemj and is U cupicd by Q Cr TanioT as udoim tory for tho students of tho academy rbIMLf1M11tl yTRr W tltrA tit A LYONj 8T3KJ adijig Insurance Agont of Eastern Kentucky Offices Beattyvlllo and Jackson C t1 f l V 9 nJlCSIA PUT TO TIIK STOVKPUE When thenMyDialnBOIB goAtlyou Twnnt staylsaylthou fitButFir pn hcM take a joint of pipe alvipeAspot mussod My III he mostly up an rnmed tiitil U thought about hit swears AllI 1ft That pntyersProtoupttiJ stovepipe up jolDtAllTo drive it in MI mo little und An wizen the pipe would seem to bond An tori o swipe him on time Jaw The things my Ipadd then why law I couldnt tell you if I tried Htit I jns laughed until I triad An whcin my pasnid Son eommcrel I lint II didnt oome real near lie10 II se just1 then he supped full An six joints tumbled too as woll An Kout cnuie too straight in their track An poured three gallons down his Luck An in his mouth an served to calk Him IIplJO tight he couldnt talk An that h all except I got A pall of water widdliu hot An washed him out un washed him off An all that pa could do was cough Until he Mild Now get n own To fix this dung pipe if ho CRill1 The wan he fixed it pretty soon An nia came home that afternoon A J WATKUtlOtSK The Stock Sale The took tale which was held in Hazel Green Wednesday was rather light hut al though everything that was brought to the prlccliOurpricesforThe following is a list of sales John Hrewcr to J MI Itote onepair of mules E200 00 Frank Duke to J MI Hose 2 COW 40 00 Taylor lUugo to J M Hose 1 heifer 15 00 J M Ruse to Dun Davidson 1 cult 7 00 Chus Hose to John Brewer 5 a c 90 00 John Hrewer to 1 M Rose 1 cow 1C 00 HUll IJuilon to J M Hose 1 cow 24 00 Dan Davidson to Dug littlv 1 cow 27 00 JoNil IIKUATT Auctioneer Flue board of health ngnin urgo a general vaccination of the poo plo throughout the state Jn loss thnit two years mow than 2000 eases of small pox have occurrod in Q2 of the 111 counties in this state involving a direct expanse to the afleeted counties and muni cipalities of nearly 100000 und a far greater IOH from interference with business and travel Physi cians are cautioned against orrors in diagnois Espucially should mild small pox not UB mistajcon for chicken pox If uncertain iso latelhet patient mid vncciato every ono who has beon about him giving the public the benefit of the doubts Many excellent commu nities have beon almost ruined in the past two years by failure to idont this common sent courso S IK Collier Dentist will bo in hazel Green from December 18th until the 28d nod will bo prepared to do all kinds of dental work suck as extracting tooth making tooth Gold filling n specialty All work Guaranteed I mean what II sny Hemember his stay is short and if you nood his service you hnd bettor call at once His work s his recommendation His chargtsaro reasonable MJH Nettle Clark of Tolivor gave a social at her homo on Sat mlay night to hor young frionds Among thoso from Hazel Green fore Mif 9H Addie and Ori Swan go Xollio Wheelor Xannio Clark mJ Willio Mi Cucli Quiclwall uidKd Tiiulktt Thy report that thy had u very line timuiuul nil enjoyed thiMiisehm The Sales of Hoods Snrsnparilla- arc i limo linveht iin the world Inirailie llio cures lhy Hoods Siinuiparillu wro rtoadcrnil poifarl puniiimoiit Hoods Pills are time beat family uthudic and liver medicine 2c Prof W H Cord left Tuesday for Lexington and Louisvillo to HtPC axmt the iinsumbce money of the duinitory that watt burnod a spurt tinge ago Mips Nottio Clark of Tolivor vets a visitor of Mrs S B Kashs Tuesday and sho got ono of those lobby huts from Mrs Cash W PNorris passed through lucre Monday from West Liberty on routo to Campion Ho was riding on shanks mare Elsa James is preparing to soil his personal property and con amplatea nipying to Coles county Ill if J BufferingIs about woll again A H Stamper candidate for congress was in two on Friday shaking hands with his frionds The 00 apple crop amounts to 25000000 barrels or something familyinWhen a congressman dies before his turns expires his widow is paid 5000 or ono years salary even if ho had but a day to servo J ML Hose has two car louts of fino export walnut for tho German market which ho is delivering this weok at Torrent for shipment to Europo Mrs Harvey Xickolls who has boon sick for some time is much hotter at tho present and hopes are entertained of her speedy recovery Your wife and daughter would enjoy some of tho fine candy to ho found only at J T Days Hut dont delay for it is going like hot cakes on u cold day Our young friend David Lin don is a candidate for sheriff of Wolfe county subject to action of the Democratic party and with our next issuo his announcement will appear together with other commendatory comments Mr Piko the Methodist minist or will preach lucre Saturday night and Sunday morning and night at the usual hours Saturday night the 23d inst ho will preach at Pino Grove also Sunday morning and Sunday night will preach at Ezol Ifa married man make your wife happy by a gift of a fow pounds of that fino candy at Tay lor Days If a single man you CUll hypnotize your sweetheart with the same kind of a gift and tho cost is so small that if you dont do so your girl ought to go back on you for all time rued tho other follow will got her affection Your taxes are duo and must bo paid now So please call IUIIItoottle ntul save trouble as I urn compelled to collect II F PIKIIATT S Tho stock of Christmas novel ties atT T Days is tho finest ovor displayed in the mountains In fact up to date but down in prices MI HSMIST OF WATCHES We curry in 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Empty above It and tho fitful beam Of sunlight thwart the fitld until a Beam Of tender green shoot up to greet thy smile And 101 Gods miracle lit wrought once more Of life from death from loss most wondrous gain Oho cornfield glitters with Its golden atore On the same land whvro late the storm and rain Seat on tho bare brown earth Thy sow lag oer Thine but to wall and pray lest faith should wanel Vow thou thy seed of love 0 heart and walt- IhoUJh It lie hiddenthough thy doiota and foam- Vhl0perto theo tis coat and thy md tears rail on the Icebound soil of bitter ateBurtly the seed will live Spring lets the gate Of life wide open Seel though hid for years Love seeks the light of lovetts tender spears Chall gladden thy sad cyst at last though late Een but the blade perchance and not the bloom Ofttimes God necth that Loves flower rare Xlath no perfection tafs side of the tomb hut needeth for Its growth the purer air Of Hid mveet Paradise after earth gloom Love hath Its bUfsomlng not here but there Kato Mellersh In Chambers Journal iCopyiteht tS l by S S McCurel CHAITKU ICuxrlst rn- A few moments sufficed to dress the cut properly and after turningovrr the knife and rpvoror to the authorities to nil In Identifying tho two robbers Tom was about to start for his hotel when his new acquaintance Mid haunt IrHold on n minute Til like to know the name of the than who stood by an old chap to nigbt nnd rared my life How did you happen nluag so handy like 7 My name Is Tom Scott and 1 hap pencil to hear those men iplanning to rob somebody to I kept an eye on them Thats all Xo It aint nil by n long chalk was the hearty rryjionsr Yon did r niorcn tint and I might be chucked into the dock before this only for your pluck My1 name is John Avery and Im pretty well known along the waterfront as a man of rny word If 1 Itall ever do you a good turn you ian count on me Live here in the city o Im just from New Hampshire said Tom Looking for work I uo Im trying to find a chance to get to the Klondike Then by thunder you neednt look any longer was the prompt reply be cause Im bound there myself and you shall go with me if you want to I youWhereTom mentioned the name of his hotel and the other said at once All right Lets go there anti talk this thing over Half au hour later they were seated in the smoking room and Toms modest story was told When he had finished his friend said Thats a good straight yarn and some day I may have one to tell you that will open your eyes All I need to Lay now Is that my name is John Avery Im an old 40er without wife or child mad Im bound for the Klondike to get fay pile Its waiting forme there till tight Ive taken passage on a vailing teasel because I like the water and hate the cars Besides there Iis no utt netting there before spring I will pay your passage out on the same vessel and you can keep your little pile If the Yukon camps are anything like the old days In California youll need it all and more too Well call it a loan or anything you like and you can pay me when you strike a rich claim Tom protested faintly but he was overwhelmed at the prospect and soon yieldedWell see about getting your passage the first thing in the morning said Avery and now as my old head is giving me particular tits I guess Ill gdI a bed here nnd turn In I was calcu lating to sleep on board tonight but Ill wait for daylight before I try that trip againThen pressing Toms hand warmly the old miner said Gdod night mate You oughter deep well after saving a mans life and money too Do you know I have 15000 ik lily clothes and but for you it jrraMfit be there now 1 There waa a suspicious moisture In his eyes u he turned hastily and left the room leaving Tom to his pleasant thoughts He could hardly realize all that had been crowded into the few hours since his arrival and hio sleep was broken by fitful dreams In which revolvers and robbers played prominent roles CHAPTER II TOM MEETS AN OLD ENEMY When Tom Scott awoke the following morning his side was stiff nnd sore but by the time he hnd dressed nnd made hIs way downstairs he had almost for gotten the wound In the realization of the fact that the way had been miracu lously opened for him to reach the gold region Ho found the old miner waiting for him in the smokingroom and as he entered the latter arose nnd greeted him heartily saying Good morning Scott How is the side today Pretty sore isnt it My headpiece IK rather tender too from the clip I got but theyll both have time to heal before the voyage is over Come on lets get n good square meal and then well jjo down to the vessel I hope shell b ready to sail today All my stuffs been on board for a week now Youll want a few duds too I dare say for the trip After a hearty meal the two men pro ceeded to the wharf and an they reached the scene of the previous nights struggle the elder man said quietly Ill never forget this place as long ns I live If those rascals had onlyI dreamed what I carried with me theyd have finished their bloody work and Id have been down there AR he spoke he pointed significantly toward the icy water In the dock and then added The money was nothing butOf He broke off suddenly and led the way in silence until they reached the vessel where the captain n grizzled old salt was pndrjr the deck and urging tIlt stevedores to greater efforts The Senbird wns n trim built craft of about MX tons The cook wns flying about the seekl in his white apron the yccoud mate was hard at work below and as the two men strpptd on board the captain said cheerily Good morning Mr A very Were about ready you we The wind Iin fair anti if nothing happens well be under way by Inner time The mate liaa gone back on me and Ive sent after another man hi u few wonla the miner informed the old seadog of his adventure the pree ceding evening adding This is Mr ThomaSoott who Mved try life If it hadnt been for him youd have sailed without lilt and now youve got to take him too Hell Ijmy the some as r do and share my stateroom Is it n Iwrgoin Refs welcome was the curt reply an long us hes to bunk in with you Ive no outer sqmre berth Good exclaimed Avery Come on Scott well Imvu to hurry up nnd get your stutf Torna companion was on old traveler and knew exactlywhnt watt required for the voyage as well ns where to oh tain it and when the tug came along side at noon our hero had n well filled chest of clothing helot and steed on deck watching the operation of getting under way Make that hawser fast livelyI I shouted a harsh voice near him mind Tom turned to see a thort thickset man bustling about IlIdlcursing the snllor roundly Illsi face wns turned away but there wns something famil tar iu hit bearing and Tom was won dering at this when Cup Co111 n rhoutfd Let the men get their dinner while we are towing down Mr Rider lye nye sir Tom started as if he hail been shot He saw the mate turn towards the poop leek ns he rcpllud and there was no mistaking his features The red face bushy beard and brutal mouth could belong to none other than dome old enemy Obed Rider who had brought the story of Capt Scotts flight to Mer rlvolr If any further proof was need ed his broken nose which added to the repulBlvenesn of Ms appearance was noticeable nt the first glance As he caught sight of Tom he stopped an if rooted to the deck nnd uttered nn exclamation of amazement for the rec ognition wns mutual Then an evil light blazed iu his eyes and he bounded towards Tom hissing through his set teeth How came you aboard this croft Ills fists were clenched but be paused before reaching striking distance for four years had developed Tom Scott from n lanky boy into n tall muscular man and the same undaunted spirit now looked boldly into the others eyes The captain and the old miner were both below at the moment the former having gone to his dinner after giving Ms last order and the chief officer stood glaring at Tom like an enraged animal lIe lint been shipped at the last mo ment nnd had no knowledge of any pas sengers on board supposing Tom must have been engaged as a common sailor What are you loin of on that quay ter deck he demanded as Tom made no reply to his first question Whats the matter with you Open your mouth or Ill openIt for you What are you doing here None of your business replied Tom finding his tongue at last Ill make it my business blamed quick cried the infuriated officer his eyes snapping as he thought of the long voyage ahead nnd his power to take hid revenge tenfold on one under his au thorityGet forward where you belong he shoutedTom understood now what was pass ing In the others mind but determined not to undeceive the mate in order that the truth might be all the more crush ing when made known I wont stir a peg for you Obed Rider he replied and if you are not careful I will moke your face look worse than I did when I was a boy What bad luck brought you here I dontknow- but I warn you to keep clear from me The expression on the mates face was fairly fiendish as ho snatched an iron belaying pin from the fife rail and rushed nt Tom crying You wont stir eh Curse you Ill show you the difference between afloat and ashore But his blow was arrested In mid air by an iron grip about his wrist and the weapon was torn from his hand instant ly He found himself pressed against the mizzenmast with a force that near Ily took his breath away while Tom said sternlyDont try that with me again or Ill pitch you overboard As he spoke he released the mote who sprang for the cabin steps his face crimson with passion shouting Mutiny Mutiny Ill have your life for this He lead reached the head of the steps when Capt Coffin appeared on the scene attracted by the mates loud tonesWhats the trouble here he demanded as the officer tried to push by him on the steps Its mutiny sir was the angry reply Wait till I get my pistol and Ill soon settle it The captain looked about him in surprise Tom stood alone on the quarter deck and time whole matter was inex plicable unless the new mate was crny a thought which found nmpe justifica tion in his disordered appearance Mutiny he repeated contemptu ously Sce here if youve been Trink lag Mr Kiilcr dont Ilet it happen again 1 ear make allowance fur kailintr day but see It doesnt happen again I am as sober ns you nre was the surly repy That man there That Scott whelp lie refuted to obey me ant Iat whether I am mate of this ship or not Viih nr stride tit captain reached hii dr and thrust lv that herbeaten Ill tow you ths difference between atmt and ashore face close to the mates giving him a look before which time other quailed Look ouOf he said sharply When you speak to me remember 1 have a handle to my name and see you put it on every time You must be drunk The mate looked front one to the other ns if he could not believe his own senses What did It all mean Why did the skipper icfuse to side with hits and allow Tom to stand there unmolest ed after assaulting his superior officer Seeing he could do nothing but glare at Tom the skipper turned to the latter anti said coolly Its next to impossible to get a sober man nowadays The best seamen all seem to make it a buuneca to keep drunk all the time they are athore After they get out to sea they are all right Curt Coffin said tbe mate step ping forward I have not touched a drop of liquor today I ordered this man to go forward and he resit ted me Ordered him forward Well thntsa good one And the captain broke Into u hoarse chuckle Why bless me but of course you didnt know Mr Scott us- a passenger on the Seabird and Is gain to Frisco with us Theres another down below a Mr Avery Make you acquainted with Mr Scott Mr Scott this is my mate Mr Rider Its all my fault not telling him you was aboard Kinder funny wasnt it We dont need any introduction said Tom quickly I have known Obed hider a long time I dont know any good cf him either Capt Coffin waa surprised but be asked no questions preferring to wait until he could see Tom alone The mate bit his lip in burned rage as he saw his prey not only removed from his power but placed IE a positon where he must be treated with outward re spect at least He turned on his heel and went forward Towing vengeance under bin breath butaot daring to show his feeing further before the cap tain So you know my mate then asked thecaptainI him years ago replied Tom and we had some trouble It doesnt matter what it was about but hit nose got broken and he hates me ns hard as I do hum He may be a good sailor however and no doubt he is He used to sail with my father A ball from the tug saved Tom any further explanation and as the captain bustled oil to reply Avery came cut of the cabin and joined his roommate who told him briefly about the recent trouble making no mention of the original cause of the enmity between himself and Rider for the charge against hie father was too sore a subject to pass his lips Dy the time dinner was over the ves sal was well down the harbor When Boston light was reached the westerly wind began to frctlien and the sails stood full Lines wc lustily cast off the tugs whistle gavel short blast as a parting salute and vrJNh n graceful nod of her sharp bow in return tbe bark shot toward the opeu water with every square inch of canvas pulling at the sheets and the captain rubbing his horny palms with delight at the pros pact of nfine departure John Avery was an old sailor and the motion of the vessel caused him no in convenience but Tom wns soon stretched in his bunk where he re mained the better part of two days while the Seabird flew along before the favorable gale in a manner which did not belle her name When he managed to get on dick Cape Cod was more than 300 miles astern and already the weather was beginning to grow milder A few days more made him completely well and long before the equator was reached be had acquired quite a professional roll and felt perfectly at home- D the mate he saw very little as the latter stood watch and watch with the pecond officer being on leek every other four hours night and day Mr Green the second mate was a bright active young man about Tomsngc and the two became very friendly ns the Seabird sped steadily to the southward It seemed as if old Neptune land made an extra effort to help the vessel along for she escaped the customary calms near the line and taught the southeast trades the sumac tiny she lost those from the northeast which hind served her so well No incident of importance oc curred to break tilt monotony of the voyage and as they stood by the win l olio noon when Capt Coffin wits taking his observation he announced that tiny were as far south of the line as Boston wns north of it Then he went below to ITech nt the glass east n careful glance around the horizon and went below once ciore only to reappear on deck There aint n cloud in the sky he said bluntly but the glnss is bring down as though the Vrtom had dropped out of everything Wrt p ing to catch it as sure as fls i TIlt iis Seth Cofllu MvI glass sewer litt to me yetGradually the wind died out until the Kcnbird lay becalmed rising and falling on the swell bet the sky remained clear The barometer continued1 to fall in an iiiarriing manner and after an hour tlt heat because oppressive Then from all quarters of the horizon n muss of white clouds arose until they presented the appearance of huge mountains of snow darkening ns they ascended and massing together until they formed n canopy overhead en tirely concealing the blue sky above Soon they deepened until the whole heavens were solidly black as if cow erect with folds of velvet In n few places however the color seemed to vary to n dark purplish graj as one edge of an overlapping cloud was exposed Long before this time all hands were on deck and the Seabird was stripped for the battle with the elements What ewer his other faults Obed Rider was a good seaman and with but few suggestions from the captain he had made everything snug only a close reefed maintopsail and storm staysail showing aft while a portion of the forctopmast staysail stood out white nnd clear against the gloomy back ground in readiness to pay her head oft when needed There was a painful stillness brakes only by the mournful monotone in the rigging which always precedes a burn cane as though the craft knew her dan ger and tried to utter her feeble pro test against the forces of nature Suddenly far above the mastheads sounded an unearthly scream as if the storm demons had united in sounding the charge Still the sails hung idly and not n breath of air could be felt longbrlJththorizon increasing with marvelous rapidity until alt could see what seemed to be an endless line of rolling snow It was impossible to bring the vessels head up to meet the danger without wind nnd she lay helpless In its path rolling uneasily about on the disturbed sea f70 nn CONTINUED Silk is considered unclean by the Mohammedans because it is the prod3 uct of a worm peraoeslhaveI You Cant Catch the 1 Wind na Net I Neither can you cure catarrh by local applications It is a constitutional dis case and is cured liy Hoods Sarsapa rills because it is A reardyfrnpurIrebuilds the inflamed membranes f t1k4SflUahoJtI PEACE OFFERINGS They rreocdeil hint and ui Ills Wife Predicted lie Wnt Home with lilt Iurehatet Americanheautband along toward four oclock the other afternoonJames cocktailsagainllatfan tnesengerhroughtfrom her husband hehasaffordagainHalf drew up with a florists name painted on the sides thereof weredeliveredeomiclfromOlive branches preceding him he duklieorbing Martignys lie had ordered the t80 overcoat The prescience of the modern married woman is sufficiently awein pirujp bonnsttheretoIlasimmngtou The Ilea Irmorlpllon for Chill TASTILJICUIIITusn tnslltSS form Nocuru no pay Prtee90c- A millionaires daughter is taken at her par value Elliotts Mngaziue Avert rilleDoes yourhead ache Painbackof rourmouthItsliver pills They cure constipation headache dyspepsia and all liver complaints 25c fI1 druggistsi l 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ArlliIIIcawaQ doKS IiM cJirri8tII 1 1C i fir r 1- eft 1 a h J J h r i i r- zi p yat rr JCIIi Pautd utdlte ear tu her Lila erdy hear lfth thorM re aIbe bel0 heI ntt t0 V It tti ti I GOD SENT THE WHEEL The Theme for Dr Talmages Thanksgiving Sermon tile Wheel n a Symbol of Prosperity Some liciion for ntlonnl- Gcntltutlr llenelltm of In vvnllve Geuluii Copyright 1S99 by Louis Klopschltsnser This discourse of Dr mon of preparation for the national oteervance of this week and In an un usual way calls for the gratitude of the people the text Eeklah 1011 As for the wheels It was cried unto them in my hearing 0 wheel Next Thursday will by proclamation of president and governors be ob served in thanksgiving for temporal mercies With what spirit shall we en ter upon it For nearly a year and a hill this nation has been celebrating the triumph of sword and gun and bat tery We have sung martial airs and cheered returning heroes and sounded tbe requiem for the slain in battle Me thinks It will be a healthful change if this Thanksgiving week in church and homestead we celebrate the victories of peace for nothing was done at San lingo or Manila that was of more im portance than that which in the last year has been done in farmers field and mechanics shop and authors study by those who never wore an epaulet or shot a Spaniard or went a hun tired tulles from their own doorsill And now I call your attention to the wheel of the text Man a small speck in the universe was set down in n big world high mountains rising before him deep seas arresting his pathway and wild beasts capable of his destruction yet he was to conquer It could not bt by physical force for compare his arm with the oxs horn and the elephants tusk and how weak he is It could not be by physical speed for compare hum to the antelopes foot and ptarmigans wing and how slow he Is It could not bo by physical capacity to soar or piling for the condor beats him In one direc tion and the porpoise in the other Vet he was to conquer the world Two eyes two hands and two feet were itisulH ciiiit He must be recnforced so nod sent the whee- lTwentytwo times is the wheel mentioned In the Kible sometimes as in Ezekiel illustrating providential move ment sometimes as In the Psalms crushing the bad sometimes as in lodges representing nods charioted progress The wheel that started in jxodiis rolls on through Proverbs through Isaiah through Jeremiah through Daniel through Nahum through the centuries nil the time lathering momentum and splendor until seeing what it has done for the worlds progress and happiness we Vial our hands in thanksgiving and em ploy the apostrophe of the text crying 0 wheel I call on you in this Thanksgiving week to praise God for the triumphs of machinery which have revolutionized the world and multiplied its at tractions liven Paradise though very picturesque must hove been compara tively dull hardly anything going on no agriculture needed for the harvest was spontaneous no architecture rev quired for they slept under the trees no manufacturers loom necessary forth weaving of apparel for the fashions were exceedinglyI simple To dress the garden would not have required ten minutes a day Having nothing to do they got into mWhief and ruined themselves and the race It was a smith thing to be turned out of Paradise hilt onee turned out a beneficent thing to be compelled to work To help man up and on Hod sent the wheel It turned ahead the race advances if turned back the race re treats To arouse your gratitude and exalt your praise I would show you what the wheel has done for the domes tit world for the agricultural world for the traveling world for the literary world As for the wheels it was cried into them in my hearing 0 wheel In domestic life the wheel has wrought revolution Behold the sewing ma chine It has shattered the house wifes bondage and prolonged womans life and added immeasurable advan tages The needle for ages hind punc lured the eyes and pierced the side and made terrible massacre To prepare the garments of a whole household in the spring for summer and in the autumn for winter wns an exhausting process Stitchstitch stitch Thomas Hood personshaveSlain bv the sword we buried the hero with Dead March in SaulI and flags at half mast Slain by the needle no one knew it but the household that Watched her health giving way The Winter after that the children were ragged and cold and hungry or In the almshouse The hand that wielded the needle had forgotten its cunning Soul and body had parted at the seam The palsiedlingerand let a suffering human drop into the grave The spool was all unwound I Her sepulcher was digged not with sex tons spade but with a sharper and shorter implement a needle Federal and confederate dead hue ornamented graves at Arlington Heights and Rich mond bythousandsarch angels trumpet to find the million graves of the vaster army of women needle slain thehouseholdof Thetragedytrngedrofand homesickness and suIcidefire acts Hut I hear the rush of a wheel Worn theinstrumentand begins Before the whir and rattle pleurisies consumptions headaches backaches heartaches are routed The needle once an oppressive tyrant becomes a cheerful slave roll and rumble and roar until the family wardrobe Is gathered and winter is defied and sum mer is welcomed and the ardors and severities of the season are overcome shuttlc cording embroidering underbraidiug set to mu sic lock stitch twisted loop stitch cro Allhonorcan and Oreenough and Shigerand Wit son and Grover and Wilcox for their efforts to emancipate woman from the slavery of toil Nut snore than that let there be monumental commemoration of Elias Howe the Inventor of the first complete sewing machine What it has saved of sweat and tears God aliicnn estimate In the making of mens and boys clothing in New York city in one year It saved 7500000 and In Massa chusetts In the making of boots and shoes in one year it saved 7000000 Xowonderthat at some of the learned Institutions like the New Jersey state normal school and the Rutgers female institute and IElmira female college acqaintance with the sewing machine is a requisition a young lady not being considered educated until she under stands it Winter is coming on timid tIme household must be warmly clad The Lust Rose of Summer will sound bet ter played uui a sewing machine than on a piano Boll on 0 wheel of tin sewing machine until the lust shackled woman of toil shall be emancipated Boll un Secondly 1 look into the agricultural world to see what the wheel has neont plashed Look at the stalks of wheat mind oats the one bread for rant time other bread fur horses Coat olT and with a cradle made out of the or six lingers of wood mid one of sharp steel the harvester went across the field stroke afterstroke perspiration rolling down forehead and cheek and chest Ihead blistered by the consuming sun and lip parched by the merciless August air at noon the workmen lying half lend under the trees One of my most pain fill boyhood memories IIR that of my father in harvest time reeling from ex haustion over the doorstep too tired to emit pale and fainting as he sat down The grant brought to the barn the sheaves were unbound anti spread on a thrashing hoar and two men with flails stood opposite each other hour after hour nod day after tiny pounding the wheat out of time stalk Two stroke and then a cessation of sound Thump thump thump thump thump thump Pounded once and then turned over to be pounded again low very slow The hens cackled and clucked by the door and picked up the loose grains pad the horses half asleep mid dozing over the mangers where the hay land been lint hark to the buzz of wheels in the distance The farmer has taken his throne on a reaper He once walked now he rides ontii worked with corm of flesh now with arm of iron Ho starts at the end of time whent fieldi bends his horses to the opposite end of the field rides on At tin stroke of his iron char but the gold of the grain is surrendered the machine rolling this way anti roll Ing that this way and that until the work which would naive been accom plished In nanny days is accomplished In a few hours tore grainfield prostrate before the harvesters Thirdly I look to see what the wheel has done for the traveling world Xo omit win tell how many table and self sacrificing inventors have been rushed between time oath wheel1 and the modern locomotive between the paddle tumid the ocean steamer All the rivers and lakes and seas have turned white with rage under the smit Ingof the steamboat wheel In the phosphorescent wake of it sail the worlds commercial prosperities Through the axle of that wheel nations join hands and America says to Ven IceOhe me your pictures nnd to France Give me your graceful apparel and to England Give me your Sheffield knives and Nottingham laces and Manchester goods and 1 will give von breadstuffs corn and rye and rice I will give you cotton for your mills I will give youcattle for your slaughter houses Give me all you have to spare and I will give you 0111 have And transAtlantic and cis to spare Atlantic nations grasp each others lands in brotherhood While this has been doing on the water lames Watts wheel has done as much on the land How well I remember Sandersons stagecoach running troll New Brunswick to Easton ns he drove through Somervlllc N J turning up to the post office antI droppIng- the mail bags with ten letters nnd two or three newspapers Sanderson him self on the box six feet two inches and well proportioned long lash whip In his band the reins of six horses in the ether the leaders lathered along the line of tee traces foam dripfelr a fiona the bits It was the event of the day when the stage came It was our highest ambi tion to become a stage driver Some of greatlenthernbootcould not get on shouted Cut be hind I saw the old stage drlrer not long ago and I expressed to him my surprise that one around whose head I had seen a halo of glory In my boyhood time was only a man like the rest of us Between Sandersons stagecoach and a Chicago express train what a differ ence all the great cities of the nation strung on an iron thread of railways GeorgeStephensons good repair It could run yet but be cause of its make and size it would be the burlesque of all railroaders Bev crawUngdownclumsy and bouncing train and one of our nock mountain locomotives with a village of palace cars becoming draw hag rooms by tiny and princely dormi tories by night what bewitching prog ressSee the train move out of one of ourI great depots for a thou l1ndmlle journey r All aboard Tickets clipped and baggage checked and porters attentive to every want under tunnels dripping with dampness that never saw the light along ledges where an inch air the track would be the difference between a hundred men living and a hundred dead full head of steno and two mIll in the locomotive charged with all the rev sponsibility of whistle and Vest lag house brake Clank clank go the wheels Clank 1 1lll1l1k echo the rocks Small villages only hear the thunder and see the whirlwind as the trait shoots past a city on the wing Thrilling startling sublime magnificent spectacle a rail rain in lightning pro cessionWhen years ago the railroad men struck for wages our country wan threatened with annihilation and we realized what the railroad wheel hal done for this country over 10000 miles of railroad in the Initeil States In one year over 1000000000 received front passengers and freight White mountains Alleghany mountains Rocky mountains Sierra Nevadan booI- ng to the iron yoke all the rolling stock of New York Central grit Penn sylvania Michigan Central1 Georgia Great Southern Union Pacific and all the other wheels of the tens of thou sands of freight cars wrecking cnrs ca booses drawing room ears sleeping cars passenger cars of nil the accom modation express and special trains started by the wheel of the grotesque locomotive that I saw at DoncaMcr For what it has done for all Christen dom ejaculate in the language of the text 0 wheel While the world has been rolling on the eight wheels of the rail car or the four wheels of the carriage or the two wheels of the gig It was not until JS70 at the Centennial exposition at Phila delphia that the miracle of the nine teenth century rolled Inthe bicycle The world could not believe its own eyes and not uotil quite far on in the eighties were the continents enchanted with the whirling flashing dominating spectacle of a machine that was to do so much for the pleasure the business the health and the profit of nations The world had needed it for 0000 years ManV slowness of locomotion WHS a mystery Was Itrf more importance tint the reindeer or the eagle rapidly exchanged jungles or crag than Tiat niNii should get swiftly from place to place V Was tin himiiuss of the bird or the roebuck more urgent than that of the Incarnated immitrtnlV No At last i we have the obliteration of distanre by pneumatic tire At mast we hare ttngte dud what has this Invention dune for woman The cynics sad constitutioni al growlers would deny lit r this eman cipation and say What utter PMT vise ran she have than a broom or a duster or a churn or racking n cradle or running up timid downstairs or a walk- to church with a prayer book under her arm And they rather rejoice to find her disabled with broken pedal or punctured tire half way out to Ciicvy Chase or Coney Island lint all sensible people who know the tonic of freshair and the health In deep respiration sad the awakening of disused muscled and the exhilaration of velocityI will rejoice that wife and mother and daughter way have thus new recreation Indeed life to so ninny is so bard a grind that 1 am glad at the arrival of nay new mode of healthful recreation We need have no anxiety about this 1 invasion of the world stupidity by the vivacious anti laughing and jubilant wheel except that we always want it to roll in time right direction toward place of busi ness toward good recreation toward philanthropy toward usefulness to ward places of divine worship and never toward immorality or Sabbath desecration My friend Will Carleton the poet said what I like when he wroteWe a great utility that dally must Increase We claim from Inactivity a senilble m- eleavet mental physical and moral help we feel That bIds ui turn enthusiasts and cry God bless the wheel Never yet having mounted one of those rolling wonders I stand by the wayside far enough off to avoid being run over and in amazement and congratulation cry out In Ezeklels phratc ology of the text 0 wheel BROTHERHOOD OF TRUCKMEN It Is A Common Thlntr to See One flan Help Another Out of a Hole It is not at all remarkable to see truck men help one another in the streets Doubtless there lire plenty of truckmen who would go by another who was stalled and leave him to his own resources It might be from just plain ordinary selfishness or it might be from such reason as that which permits the mail steamer to save life but not to tow or It might be for the common place but substantial reason that he owed his first duty to the man whose goods he had aboard his own truck but however that may be It Is never theless not remarkable to see one truck man help another In the street This is commonly done by a man with an empty truck and n good team though it is sometimes done also by a man who has more or less of a load A common way when the titan who is stalled has n load that will bear that sort of treatment is for the man who helps coming up behind to set the end of the pole of his truck against the load of the stalled truck and theta start up his team and push Often this IH enough to help the other man out of his difficulty It may literally push the other truck out of a hole or up on to level ground where the tenet cnn draw it and it encourages the other horse or tenet so that it will draw or It makes it think U trust draw Another common way of helping out Is for the helping driver to halt ahead of the stalled outfit mud help pull by means ofn rope carrier from u shaft or from the pole of the halted truck to a draypln set In the tall of his own truck When everything IK ready they start up both teams and even though the stalled team may not pull at the outset the other rarely or never falls to start the truck And there are no distinctions made In putting out the helping hands thus offered One truckman is as likely to otter help as another and to offer it to any man who needs help Thus It might easily be that some non with a rather scarred and battered truck and with a team tint would surely be well fed and strong but perhaps nut so handsome in appearance as might be would give a boost to sonic slick street craft that was bright with plaint and trim ming mud it might as easily be that some man with n big new truck with every mingle unbroken with a big brass hlgnplate on either side and with n pair of horses splendid as well as pow erful would help out the man with an outfit that was battered and scarred It Is scarcely possible to do n kindness with a horse and truck without Its be lug seen and BO It may ho that by reason of their conspicuousness these nets of kindness impress one unduly and that in reality truckmen are no kinder to one another than are other men whose kindness to their fellows may he quite unseen limit it dues seem clear that they mire at least UK kindly1 N V Sun y A NATURAL MISTAKE Sloe Tim null t Wlllln llinl llreii Nude IUK Vlinl Wn Iliinir un tlie- flutlwrjillnrI Willie Wishlnglon was trying to be conversational but the young woman wore glasses and looked suture and her mother surveyed the scene with an ex pression of austere toleration Willie ought to have known better than to call on Monday afternoon anyhow leave you read any looks lately asked Willie with the Inane grin which he uses III society Yes answered the girl Heei some pretty good ours written lately dont you think 1 havent read any recent novels sire answered You ought to read sonic I find ample entertainment in the classics was the rejoinder while her mother looked on with an approving smile Oh yes Shakespeare I suppose Iles a good old classic I read Shakespeare occasionally whets I read English 1 also renal Cor nclllc and Molicrc and Goethe and Schil her but only for diversion Philosophic I studies arc my especial occupation at present ally Jove exclaimed Willie admir ingly Youre getting to be a regular bluestocking arent you A what repented the young worn ann mother grimly as she arose to her feet11hya blue stocking you know that Is- No explanations are necessary Amelia I am going to tell the servant to take in the clothes line at once Hereafter neither of us will be at home to Mr Wishington Washington Star Oat of the Qaeitlon The Swain Could you be happy with a poor man provided of course that you loved him The Damsel What an absurd ques tion Why I couldnt love a poor want N Y Journal Not What She Meant So you have given up your music since you got married Mrs Mango Oh yes I seem to have forgotten all oD1rhlladelph1a PDHGINT PARAGRAPHS i I A Discrepancy Wadslelgh aaya JH never makes mlstakcsulIlBtThat one of emSydney Towa aai I Country Journal Were in a pickle now said a raarf In a crowd A regular jam said au other Heaven preserve us cxclal e4 I an old lady Columbus State Journal You referred to your friend at adead game sporbmanuYea he always buys his birds in the market Dead game is his specialty Washingtoa Star After the Green AppleArc you in pain my little than 1 asked the kind old gentleman No answered the boy The pains In meSydney Town and Country Journal What are you going to be when you are a man Tommy 1 Im going to work till I get money enough to buy a candy store an then I wont do it- hingSt Louis Republic Doting Maml1tnltodner dear to morrow is your birthday What would you like best 1 Rodney dear after a brief season of eogtntlonI think Id like to see the schoolhouse burn downMelbourne Weekly Times Here here cried the editor what do you mean by saying tile prisoner laughed aloud for mercy Thats exactly what ho did replied the rev porter Time judge had just made a silly joke at his expense London An twers And who was the gentleman we had at dinner today 1 inquired the can nibal king lie was a minister sire Indeed nail Indeed ejaculated the potentate smacking his lips he waa most assuredly a prime minister Tatvnroples11cThat prestidigitator did some wonderful tricks Husband Ah and what was one of them 1 WlfclIe asked If anyone haul 20 and I had and he said he would change them to 10 And he did and here are the 10 to prove itBoston Courier EXPERT AT WEIGHT Ability to OUPII b r Ounce In On eC the Accutnill timent of Mont lltitolirn It Is his business of course and he becomes expert at it as a man might in any work but the customer who pays any attention to It at all is sure to be Interested nevertheless In the ac curacy with which the butcher cuts off Just the required amount of meat Whether it is two pounds of steak or four pounds of chop or six pounds of corned beef its all the same to him lie cuts without long dwelling upon where to set the knives He slices away sort of casual like and piles the saw and lays the meat on the scales anQ it does not vary more than a quarter or a half pound from the weight required on even the heaviest piece and on the lighter pieces he comet within an ounce or two or hits It right on the nail A mania for instance goes into a butcher shop and asks for three and a halt or four pounds of say corn beef The butcher gets a big piece out of the pickle lays It on a block and picks up a knife and without tho slightest hesitation with one strong smooth sweep emits ofT a piece which he lays on the scales It weighs three pounds and threequartern It is In weight exactly midway between the limits set The expert butcher guts his ability to do thin naturally enough from good judgment to start with backed up by lung experience but when he cuts things as close as this even the cus toner familiar with his skill looks upon his as u wlard Cleveland Plain Dealer llnrrrl Organ In a Church To mend a clash where the music Iis supplied by a barrel organ must be very like stepping Into a bygone century but it is an experience which tho par ishioners of TrottisclUT a Kentish vil lage within 25 miles of London can every week enjoy Its adherence to old customs munt be pardoned for a church wan standing at the time of the Domes day book and the existing chancel U more than 800 years old Its pulpit IK theonethatstood In Westminster abbey until 1624 The musical capabilities of a barrel organ arc limited but the parifthioncrsof Trottlscllff have choice of 60 there being six barrels each supplying ten tunes most of them very oldfnahloneliorkshlre Post Illilorlo Tree for Valley Verge Sortie time ago the Centennial aad Memorial association of Valley Jorge addrcscd letters to the governors of the 13 original states asking each of them to furnish a tree from sore his tone spot to beautify the grounds la response to the letter sent to him GOY Wolcott of Massachusetts has directed the transplanting to Valley Forge of a tree from a nursery within a short din tance of Plymouth rock grown on laud surveyed a few years ago by Ralph Waldo Emerson and Harry D Thorny N Y World HlatBca of Christ In Italy Italian Catholics propose to ode brate the nineteenth century by erect ing 10 colossal statues of Christ jt trfc 1AmongSoract time Gran Basso dltalU the toe the heel ainitbe A the boot The stat IIE lclde cast lroyX jrJ wsK wsr wsi wsr wsa i r i r i a 1 Y 1fPo t Ft I t L Tyr L i a I a- y J I t y i i 1 1f f f fii I I If1 1 I r f f fI ft t I 11- f 1- t 1k k Ii t tt- ff 1 I It t Fi II I 1 j I t t 1i i i K 1 It 4r I I- rr DO YOU GET UP t WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news otccrs Is sure to know of tho wonderful cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver remedyItI cal of the nine teenth century dis covered after years of byDrnent kidney blad der and Is wonderfully In promptly curing lame back kidney bladder uric acid trou bles and Brlchta Disease which isI the worst form of kldneltrouble Dr Khmer J SwampRoot Is not rec ommended for everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found just the remedy you need 1 It has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In every taco that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper and send your address to Dr Kilmer CoBlng I hamton N Y The triumph and specialist successful regular fifty cent and noroeof Bwamnnoot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists COUNTY NEWS NUTKs n CSSfTo insure infection A II eorronV byMondRY J that nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents derelict in duty and wo want to say that henceforth they will not receive papers except for the week they have news letters Wo are dependent upon them for the news and when they fall to send in their favors they put us to grout inconvenience You Are a Duinucut and of cnuise want n democratic newspaper THE CHICAGO DISPATCH the Great Democratic Weekly Newspaper of the country It advocates the re ndoptlon of the platform mid the renoin BryanThere cam paign that will equal in importance that of the one to be fought next year The republican party backed 111tho money power of this country is alert and degressive Flushed with the victory of three years ago it will seek by every means in iln power to maintain its supremncy doingTheyupontheireffective way cnu this ho done than by the circulation of good sound democratic newspapers Thu publisher of Tho Chi cap Dispatch will sued to every now Mibicribcr for three mouths u espy of rho Chicago DNpatch for ten edits If you arc not already taking this irealI political weekly send in ton cents at once You should not only do tllia your yourfreudsfort you will eiihily nm a club of toil or twentyt Miiliacrlbiitt by1lIlIlluni ocratic ln ler- aatddcssIhit CineAdo DISPATCH 10and1 122 Fifthi Avenue Chicago III Toys oamlios hall ninny other Chrifltuws tricky can bo fottiulat J T Days anti ho has u full stock of liuhua drossjjoodH trimmings oto which it will bo well for tho Indies to look over- Adminlatrators Notice All persons havinnclaims acniust tho oatato of tho Into Snmuol Moore deceased nro hereby notified that they must present thorn to nio for sottlomont on or before Sat urdny tho 27th tiny of January 1000 at tho office of Sqniro John D Rose on Lacy crook Wolfe countyj Ky or they will bo barred JACK MITdEIt Administrator Bo euro nod road our grunt offer of TIIK IlititAM for a your nail the Farm Journal for tho balance of 1809 nnd nilof 1110 1001 lit02 and 190J nearly llvo yours all for the price of our paper alone tIr- ani up to tho captains oflico anti draw tho groatest prize you ovtr drew Ifyour torso or mule hasn lump bunch bono spnvino curb splint or any liko ailment go to John M Jloso nnd got a bottlo of Quinns Ointment which will ro inovo tho obstacle tf s TO CURE A COM IN ONK DAY 2prako Laxative BromO Quinine Tablets AH druegists refund money if it fails to pure 25c Tho genuine has L B Qj o- nv4I1 tahlot II Edgar Park town nmrehnl of Irvino was fired on and assnssi unted Tuoaday night at 10 oclock on tho streets of that town while on his way homo by some unknown party Park was adjutant of Col Sidney M Barnes 8th Kentucky Infantry during the war of tho rebellion nnd a gallant soldier Ho was a man of high integrity nnd recognized as ono of Irvines best citizens Judge Biggie not only knows n grout tealInbout horses but what is moro important ho knows how to impart his information in It way that will bo understood Ono doos not have to wade through a grout muss of undigested unim portant mutter Tho Higgle Books urn moddols of cloarm s find con cisonoss Thoy aro advertised in another column The price is 60 cents free by mail address the publishers Wilmor Atkinson Co Philadelphia Money In patent itnod Menu may licurcurco liv our nil The Patent Itecord Hultimorc Md l ANTKI SKVK11AL 1KIWONS FOR ii District Ullirti Managers Iin tliU state to represent me In their own and surround- Ing tamales y yearly IWO pnynlile weekly Desirable employment wlih iinusinilI ominrtnnltlii Hrfcrences ex chnnueil Enclose elfiuldresned stomped envelope S A PARK 320 Caxton Uuild liiK Chiengo 10Cm BODE HARDWARE COMPA- NYWIIOLESALE HARDWARE Q c1 Ccr t 2 p CINCINNATI O Hererence J Taylor Day llnzel Green JAT 3Cr1LJa LVa Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY- iflWqurgerv nnd obutetricHn specialty D KA8H M D SILAS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Ofllro at residence lull calls 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PIDIGREE- CONNACGIIT 1S II 3512 is n beautiful buy full Kt hauls highh black ninne And tiiil good style and action nod n fine road ster U years old this spring He wns sired by Victor of fleetly ltb7 dam BonnIe 1025 by HighflyerI I 1006 Victor of Beetle 1687 br Reliance Utli Krand dam by Congress 164 Reliance 007 by Confidence 158 dam by HI flemnn 6iO- NOTKHls coninlete pedigree coven nianr crosses of tne thoroughbred and quoteBreellersand examine his pedigree nt my stables Respectfully J II IlEHATT A DIAMOND FOR A DOLLAR A Limited Special Offer Which Will Last for Ten Days Only Genuine Pomonn Iinmondshave n world- wIde reputation It is almost Impossible to distinguish them from genuine diumondi costing hundreds of dollars each They lire worn by the best people We will forward n GKNTINK POMONA DMMOXD mounted in a henry riiic pin or stud to pricet00eachEarrings settings lire mode of one continuous piece of thick Veiled gold and lire warranted not to tarnish i pecinl combination offer fur 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