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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s i1 I ir THE=IiIII3RALIIEstablished t in tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORtll 4 FIFTEENTH YEAR HAZEL 29tti I QPFNCEH oWner and COOIKll Editor The Oldest1 Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and etnicePER TKAR ly Aleaya to Adaxe Sweet Bells Jnnglcd Out of Tune and Harsh Shakespenrcfl description fits thou unds of women They ore cross des J DonJunt sickly nervous ft burden to1 themselves And their families rhelr iweet dispositions are none nnd they like the bells seem sadly out of tune But Uilroll a remedy They can use McELRS- Wine of Cardui It bring health to the womanly organism and health there means well poised ncrve calmness strength It restores womanly vigor and power It tones up the nerves which suffering and disease have shattered It is the most perfect remedy ever devised perfecthealth druggistsFor special toms The Ladies Advisory Department Tho Chattanooga Medi one Co Chattanooga Tcnn REV J W SMITH Camden 8 C- sarsiMr wife used Vlne of Cardul at home for falling of the womb and It entirely cured her BODE HARDWARE COMPA- NYWHOLESALE HARDWARECINCINNATI Reference J Taylor Day Hazel Green jA WAUxayHEyai D Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY r Surgery nnd obstetrics specialty e SILAS B KASH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONi HAZEL GREEN KY Office ut residence and calls answered nt ell hours Obstetrics u specialty I PfiDTiTD DRY GOODS t 1 I I COMPANYI IMPOItTKHS AM DKAMHtS IK j I lQ7m r 5cc Il AND NOTIONSI LOUISVILLE KY r Reference J Taylor nay Hncl GreellI f J TAYLOR DAY Wholesale and Retail dealer in General Merchandise Lumber j t Real Estate c Also President Hazel Groan Fair theFarmors I iiuGROBINSON KY WITnIJ R 1 IIUGlrEStJnOIJUKTon Kentucky Cider Vinegar Works j LOUISVILLE KY i Your pntroiiiico is respectfully solicited it j 1t 1i 1f i 44UUnltllteii r 3lliJJnttt i t WINCHESTER KY I N n WITHERSPOON PreslcJenttIt D BUNTER Cashier 1 Paid up Capital 20000000 4 Surplus 6000000This merhaI1Ur KentuckyOflcreQuery facllltYIand 1 ofMdt Ft AIB I IeJ I 1y LITTLE GIRL Walked andAsked yenrol1girlElizabeth Now Jorsy on tho 9th inst for tho pardon of her father who iis serving a sentenco of 20 years in tho state prison for wifo murder came to Trenton and tiled thoCourtTim petition contains about 100 names It will not be acted upon until tho visitingcommittop of the court has nmdo tho usual investi byMcLnronhas lung trouble and is confined to tho prison hospital rho ofli cials deny this and say that ho is employed in tho prison cookhouso dayGovernor Voorhees was greatly surprised on Saturday when Fonnio McLaren walked in his oilico and askod for a pardon for hor father Why she came into my oilico said the Governor with us much selfpossession as if she were a Supremo Court Judge personsinthorn sovoniFawyors but Jennie did not seam in tho slightosdcgroo embarrassed by their presence I said to hor- Whnt ran I do for you my littlo miss1 and she promptly replied Governor Voorheos I wish you would pardon my papa who is in Trenton state prison This completely surprised me and 1 inquired of her OH to his name what ho had done and for how long ho was sentenced all of which questions she readily answer od She informed e that she had beon unablo to got tho signatures to hor potition of Prosecutor Chas Winfield of Hudson who tried him as Mr Wiiliold was dead j but that sho had obtained tho sig natures of Mayor Fagan of Ho boken and of Judgo Lippincott who sentenced hor father and also that of Judgo Hudspoth law judge of Hudson county who was on tho bench at tho time- I was amaod at thojuiowlodgo displayed by tho child and tho deep interest sho evinced in ob ttaining hor fathers release from prisonI told Jennie that F did not have tho power to release liar i father but would do what I could to assist hor and that sho should forward her potition to mo in limo to present it to the pardoning board Her oyos fairly sparkled with delight when I hmshod talking to hor and sho thanked mo profusely and thou bowed herself out It certainly was a singular episode and ono not soon to bo forgotten Philadelphia Record Coughed 25 Years I suffered for 25 years with cough and spout hundreds of dol lars with doctors and for modicino to no avail until I used Dr Hells Pine Tar Honey This remedy makes weak lungs strong It has saved my JifoJ B KOSSBLL Granlsburg Ill Edwin 0 Wood of Michigan Secretary of the Tamworth Swine Breeders Associationknows n good thing when ho sees it Writing the othor day of tho Bigglo Swine look tho latest addition tho limo Higgle Books ho says Without exaggeration or fulsome praise it is the best book which has come to my notice I have curried tin my pocket two weeks reading it in leisure moments and following its advice has already saved mo as bolivo fifty dollars Tho price is costa frlP hmail j address tho publishers Wilmor Atkinson Co Philadelphia TO cum A COM IN ONK JtY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine labletB All druggists refund money IfH fails to cure 25c The genuine has L Uii on ach tablet There are 74 gold mining companies in the Transvaal I ff L WILL CONTEST Committee Moot and Call Upon Goobel and Beckham to ContestResolutions eto FKANKKOHT Kvf Dec Huno oboytimea contest boforo tho Legislature for tho office of governor to which I was legally elected This was tho brief but poin ted announcement of Senator Goobol this afternoon af ter tho regularly constituted au pnrtyhndsnidit wits his duty as also tho lion T C W Heckhams to mako contests for Limo offices of governor and lieutenant governor Resolved First That wo tho members of the Democratic state central executive and campaign committood in joint meeting as sembled on the 1lth lily of Do comber at Frankfort Ky express our earnest belief that according to the Ilegal votes cast nt tho Into slate election the candidates on tho Democratic state tickot woro elect ed and that tho Domocrnts of Kentucky demand that those can didates in proper legal course contest Limo election of tho Repub lienn candidates to whom certifi cates have boon issuodIResolved Second That it is tho unanimous souse of members of Democratic state central oxocu tivo and campaign committees thntI William Goobol should mako a contest us authorizad by law for tho oilico of governor and that J Cr Heckham should mako n contest for the ofico of lieutenant governor and that wo heartily in dorse tho contests already com menced by tho othor candidates on tho Democratic state ticketIResolved Third That an ap propriate address bo issued by tho mombors of tho respective connmlt- tees horo assembled to tho pooplo of Kentucky Resolved Fourth That tho chairman of this conforonco up point a committee of eight of which ho shall bo chairman to co operate with tho contesting candidates and assist in tho manage ment of tho several contests JAMnS B McCitKAUv SAMUKII E Jo E- HJ1V1rrAUn I MITCHELL 11 J NUNN T W SIMMS Ilttr Tlioso resolutions woro adopted by a unanimous vote of tho throe state committees h LIUlc Nay Bentley Weak Eyes Aro Made Strong dim vision mudo clear styes re moved and granulated lids or Horo oyos of any kind speedily and effec tually cured by tho uso of Suthor lands Eagle Eye Salvo Its put up in tubes and sold on n guaran too by all good druggists Administrators Notice All persons havingclaimsngainst tho estate of tho Into Samuel Moore deceased are hereby notified that they must present thorn to mo for settlement on or boforo Sut urdoy tho 27th day of January 1900 at tho oilico of Squire John D Rose on Lacy crook Wolfe county Ky or they will bo barred JACK DlnLI IL- Admni0istnttor If your horso or mulo hasnlump bunch bono spnvino curb splint or any like ailment go to John M Rose nnd got a bottlo of Quinns Ointmont which will ram movo time obstacle tf 40- d 1 r r I1 Yc f r HAZEL GREEN ACADEIIT Tho Second Term Begins January lit and Closes Juno 6 1900 The next term of Hazel Green 11londayJanuary modations have been mudo for all who may want to attend Good comfortable rooms will be furnish ed nil boards and ovory care will bo taken that tho best possible work may bo dono Our business dopnrtment will furnish tho sumo instruction as found in regular commercial schools and at n much less cost to time pupil Tuition for tho ontiro course including bookkeeping shorthand and typewriting is HO Thero is uo reason why pupils may not do as woll or hotter hero as at nay othor school Boforo you ar range to go olsowhoro learn partic ulars from us Our teachers course will begin with time begining of tho torm and continuo till tho close In this course thorough preparation for toachersoxamination will bo made You should take this work if you aro a teacher or want to qualify to tenchAll tho cthor courses in tho school will bo carried on as before studytoschools Do not bo persuaded to enroll in somo othor school be cause of n less cost or moro flat turing accounts from over zealous promoters Wo have a record of years to which wo invito your con sideration Four or fivo pupils from tho same family may rent rooms and board themselves thus making tho expense much lowor as they can bring provisions from their homos Wo will take pleasure in helping such to secure rooms etc Nono will bo allowed to board in private families in town unless with kins folks Very Truly WM II Coma The Eaglo King o1 All Birds is noted for its keen sight clear and distinct vision So are those nglogosore eyes of any kind or granulated lids Sold by nil healers at 25p GOES TO PHILADELPHIA Republican National Convention Will bo Held In the Quaker City on Juno 10th- WABIIIXOTON Dec J5r1O Re publican National Committee this afternoon decided to hold tho na tional convention of tho party on Juno 10 1000- Philadelphia was chosen as tho place for holding Limo convention after that city had run a close race with Chicago Tho final ballot was Philadelphia 25 j Chicago 21 limo selection of Philadelphia was thou mado unanimous Tho first ballot resulted Phil adelphia Itt j Chicago 20 j Now- York 7 j en T ouis o Necessary to choice 25 limo second ballot resulted j Philadelphia 25 j Chicago 24 Time voto was contested and was tnkon over Philiadolphia winning on final ballot Lung Irritation- is tho forerunner to consumption Dr Bolls Pino Tar Honey will cure jt and giyo such strength to tho iungs that n cough or a cold will gooddruggists mnllyoLhprChrislmns f T Days and ho has n full stock of ladies drossgoods trimmings etc which it will be woll for tlo ladios to look over Time street accidents of London amount to about H500 a year I nearly ton a day Onethird of tho population of tho world speaks Pl0 Chinese lan guage I besecaredbydour t t r l N 4 1 THE KELLANU CANCER MEDICAL SURGICAL HOSPITAL nwYE nUAUANTEB PERMANENTI thoklllfmoneytoOurMetllClIlllIIl1 otfiratelnRKAIIoxnnlinations freeaWo treat no patients otitsulo tho hospital lUrrAMIJAnn I HINTON W VA Lexington and Eastern Railway TIme Tablo in Effect Oct 21 1899 EAST BOUND 2STATIONSSunday Hunduy rcrexlllgtollI pmAvonpmIVinehceter pinIpmIndianputClaypmStantonpmFilsonputIhuttleepmNatptuTorrentpmlieattyvo11111TIIUCK lAthol11mJRckliOIl WEST BOUND I No1 I I STATIONS Dully ex No 3 DullyIpmTallegapalIienttyveputTorrentpmNatII- pmDundeeputF1Ison11111StantollpmClay 111hulllpmLfi1JunonpmheheaterpmAvon r 11111Jexlllgioll MUlngerCIIAS Rod River Valley Railway Cof lIMB OAUD JZit Ginn Irnvrs McCnutuy 0 oclock n forMtnt 411 m JJ AMKS M I I AgtItothwcll THX BEST OF 7HBM ALL- 11LIPPINCOTTS f tONTHGXJIAGAZIN J 7 V i Contain a complete novel In every Rom toalargoquanthyortucfuland X eotsffnu4frfa tnltn esra ao4Jetftsaet Io tne f radre Nubscription1300 hornIh 1 J B UPKNCOTT COMPANY PabUibtni PHILADELPHIA ccf MEBRIMINE liermanenrare r t ache anti nil olherforms oz tlouduuhqurNcurAtyla r f HEADACHE CUBED FREE I 5R s ample mnllcd you If thie t pupa IN mentioned The more cd ironiiitlv t re L yileved the low freeuettt will + permaXrnnnently oured tlnld by al druggists ifFTY t50 CENTS A BOX The Dr Whitehall MolirCo SOUTH DEfID ND JDont forget that ypu Teri hay 1ispatcfialIIEitAtnI f advance and betide wt Wf t the Farm Journal until M x + 3Nr OG194ti tft ti tq a r r nr t a V U 11L I I I I Hints to the Farmer I IfHe Will Only Heed His Family Almanac He Cant Go Very Far Wrong By M QUAD CopyrIght a1J xtr 1 Pounrfing a kicking cow with a fence rail will not break her of the habit She docs not kick because she Is naturally vicious but because things have not been fully explained to her and she feels that she is defending herself from personal attack Every cow has a 1 moral and legal right to know what a farmer means when he sits down Alongside of her with n milkpail and yells out liD now but you hist over thar and keep mighty darned quiet or i Ill knock your blamed old horns off with a crowbar Many farmers waste precious hours in scratching the hacks of their penned upI pigs with corncobs under the idea that it helps to fatten It has no more effect on a pig than scratching the lend of a boy There Is no doubt that the pig enjoys it and if scratchedt long enough he will full asleep but it is onlyI a superficial sensation end the tendency is to breed luxurious habits which cannot be gratified Throw a few old knots of wood Into the poi anti let your pig scratch their own buck Farmers wells are too often neglect ed und a case of typhoid fever and n large doctor bill are the consequences Once In ten years at least every well ought to he pumped out and the tun Remus removed IIt Is surprising how many old knots tin pails table knives III THAINMNC3 TIm washdishes spring chicken tobieto- lumA and broken jugs find their way into the family will and what n dif ferriict dory will make in thf tante of i nriliving on Im of a rail road lei very easily and chvnpiy teach C n in wly bought cow nut to ICI IIul r pnstumgc between the deadly rails Lot him pen her up in tin h III some morning and while his IIIdII blows the dinnerhorn anti hIonplodes lirecrackers he should clinne the cow with a wheelbarrow and bump her Merle as often nit pobsiblc A cow is a lnw thinker hilt It wont take her over Itwo hours to arrive Itt the lolltlll ilon that It wont he safe for her to monkey with n freight trnln oflenr loaded with Portland cement In case of a yearling cult he may have to he thrown over the fence taut hack a few tinges1hilt he will sooner or later reach the saute conclusion The farmer cannot too fully under stand that nil the live stockon his farm with which he is brought In daily contact will partake more or less of his t personal moods If he kicks npvu the barndoors In the morning and thumps 1he old nary with the shovel or pitch fork to let her know that lie is boss of that ranch even the hens will be nerve r OilS Dud out of sorts all day It IIs the placKl even tenupereil farmer who has docile stock If he leaves the kitchen door for the barnyard hinging The Sweet Nye and Bye he will find his cows placidly chewing their ends and his hogs grunting contentedly in the morning sun A horse understands when he is sworn at nnd It embitters a cow to threaten to break her lock with n Htrawcttttcr A pig In the pen which receives a cheery Hood morn lug front its owner will fatten twice as t fast as the one which climbs up to re ceive n low front n crib It is so with tthefowls The farmer who puts on a t 4 benevolent fatherly expression as he scatters the grain will findevery hen doing hci bust that day to lay an egg t to prove her gratitude and confidence while the one who scowls and mutters b f anti tries to knock some hens head off with n clot hcsprop will lint hlmtclf feared and detested The average farmer has no tastes for s the beautiful and artistic or IT he has he feels that they are too expensive t 1o be Indulged In This Is a very grave f mistake on his port and arises from rpthe fact that he has not iposted himself The roadside front of the average farm presents to view nothing but fences 9 weed and unsightly ditches For the same of 1000 tthis front could be made andii f lftJ1 7 k I1tt+ u a- j 2 L t7 a4 uIr1N American rose bushes intermixed Lot the ivy also climb up and over the horns and sheds and strawstacks nail thus add plcturesquencss to the scene cry A hundred rose bushes scattered about a barnyard would draw the eye of a traveler at once and who CUll say what would be the effect on the live stock moving about I If there is a creek on the farm a couple of thousand dollars will build an artiI tidal lake and a thousand more will stock it with gondolas and codfish When evening comes and the cows have been milked nod the hogs fed the farmer and his wife can float over the gentle bosom of their own inland sea and pull wary cod from his watery lair At some point a utoss grown water wheel should be erected The cost Iis only a few hundred dollars and the de light of travelers coming upon such a thing unexpectedly is almost unbound ed If there is not enough water in the creek to turn the wheel get a four 1torse power engine nail hide it amidst a grove of sunflowers This will even en hance the general effect Xo farm is complete without a glade nil a dell Patents have been taken out and these articles will soon he on sale alongwith mowers and reapers huh meanwhile the farmer who cannot wait will find plans and fpecitlcations COW at the office of all reputable architects KiiMlc bridges also look well on a farm and the traveler newer stop to inquire whether they span a babbling creek 01 are set on tutu posts in a cornfield Thei price of picturesque old wind mills imported direct from Holland iis now within the reach of every fnrnur nnd live or six of them whaling nwat on different parts of the farm would make traveling across the country In a onchorc wagon a thing of pleasure IIt nasty be physically Impossible to supply the highways of America with glens waterfalls ferneries precipice and nilI I that hit let Inch farmer beau lift Iris portion to till extent that he can and the Influence will be farreach Ing and return hint a grateful reward iit tntliiiiitr- Iledrikton Are you familiar with the iodjims who live next to you on 0111 street Sandbliss Oh dear no We home times borrow their lawnmower or get then to teed our cut when we are away but nothing more than that liostuu Transcript YOUTH Kill IMVAVCIKIIS ia terThe LndyAnd so yotrc going toI buy your uncle a pipe with your penult- instead of spending them for candy The Dear Children Yesm then uncle will give us n quarter and we can spend that for candySt Louis Globe Democrat AA IruinI Illaoovcrril He stood ucstdo that couch PO tntrHed bought It for Al lust Curled lIntr And taw the stuffing Icnkinw out Then wildly rang his wrathful shout Excclslorl Brooklyn u LU I a- if i WASHING AND BAKING If These Siieecatlon Arc Followed the Work Will lie Made Lnay To the women who do their own work and they arc legion washing and baking are perhaps the most drcnded of the really necessary work I The washing may be done easily and satisfactorily 1 and enough baking may he lone at this time of year in one day to last a week As the short days J only admit of n few hours at most for Ji necessary sewing I have found it better to do enough baking at a time for a week rather than a little each lay I Hake live or six mince pies and when cool slip theta off from the tins I nnd set them in a drool place if they freeze It will do no harm and when Ii wanted they can he set in the oven I a few minutes and they will be as good jia If fresh linked A jar of doughnuts and a pail of cookies will each keep moist tout will be relished by the fancily generally A good recipe for doughnuts is ns follows One cupful of sugar two eggs one tablespoonful thick cream one cup j fulof buttermilk a teaspoonful of Il soda one hmilf teaspoonful of cinna j non and Hour enough to make a soft I dough cut in shape to fry and let them stand 11 or 20 minutes fry in I deep hot lard or drippings I For cookies take one cupful of very thick sour cream one cupful of sugar one small eggone level teaspoonful of soda and one teaspoonful of vanila I mull flour enough to forum a soft dough spriukle with sugar cut into oily desirable shape nod hike in n quick oven if the cream Is not very I thick and rich add a lump of butter the size of a walnut I A good sized washing may be done in two hours in the following manner with little hard work and tit clothes I will b beautifully white and clean First have a teakettle of boiling wa ter ami remove all stains from tablecloths and napkins by pouring tIll lioiling water through them before they are wet in anyother way Cut onehalf bar of song in one pint of i hot soft water nod stir until this solved multi two tnllrspnonftils of 1 kerosene and ftir briskly till the boiler twothinis full of cold soft wa ter and add this emulsion to it stirring until a good suds is formed Wet the most soiled places on the clothes asnrckbnnds and wristbands of shirts in v a rm water laid soap theta rub I bing the soap well Into the cloth put the cleanest laths into the holler and let the water come to a hail ant boll tin mnutcn tithe out into the tub add two pails of soft water and souse the dot hex up and down a few times looking them over for any soiled J places which may have been overlooked A very little rubbing with the hands I will remove any spots which urc found Cool the suds In the boiler until you rats hold your handi in it then put lit tine next cleMicst articles and boil as before mind to on until all are done rinse mind they mire ready to hang out Cool the boiling suds again and put the colored clothes In It to soak while you hang up till white ones andi with a very littleI rubbing theywill be dean Clothes washed in this way are beautifully white ouch clean and there is not the slightest kerosene odor about t hem Hloiisckeeper 0 In lrevrat tllI All excellent preventive against colon Iis an allovn sponge hath in water thin has stood in the howl over night on ris hug III the morning This is heroic treatment on a cold day but If perse rued in whore one Iis not tun delicate the result is beneficial Uilb the body well with the hand and a coarse towell This will set the blood to circulating opus the pores of the skit and keeps it in a healthy condition and tunes the entire system Uuy n Ingof sea stilt pour a quart of boiling water over a cupful tutu add a tablespoouful of am monia and one of camphor Put the mixture in a quart bottle mind Ikeep on your washstand Add one or two table spoonfuls of this to the water for the morning bath and it will be found an excellent tonic and cleanser National Rural llriMTiiftl Strrtt Putntnm Boll the potatoes in well salteil water stud remove the skins Place them on a dripping pat and pour over them a little melted butter Dredge with stilt pepper nnd a very little sugar Place them in the oven and baste oecahionully with melted butter until they are deli catchy browned Avoid boiling the pee tatoes too long lest with this additional cooking they become broken and un sightly in appearance lood House keeping hard Chrrst tnkri Take a pint and a half of new milk and curdle it with a teaspoonful of ren net break the curd with a wooden spoon and drain the whey from it add to the curd one wellbeaten egg n des tablespoonfulsof sugar currants and chopped candled peel to taste line some putty pans with good short paste fill with the mixture and bake lloston Globe A Sticky Inference Farmer from Illinois Its wonder till how things do grow in my state sirs Eastern whose rcmciubracec of Chicago mud is still vlvldOh not at swayiromthe j QUEER HUMAN NATURE i Inronolitencr la Not the Jkenat Amex lug of Our Odd CluirnctcrU- tiCM Human nature is n queer thing and I got n glimpse of a phase of it which set me thinking not long ago said the voiimn who luis traveled Jt was in the Allegheny mountains where 1 spent a summer with a jolly party One day we drove up the mountain to see n view which is noted in the surrounding country At the foot of the climb which must be made on foot we left our carriages at n delightful oldfnshionetl farmhouse where we found that we could order n meal to be really when we returned You know whim 11 mountain appetite IB and may be sure that we eagerly seized the opportunity to satisfy the hunger which might otherwise have made cannibals of us during the long ride home Two of the party had chosen to come on horseback and their steeds bad either failed to fulfill the promise of the glowing eulogies of their owner who laud loaned them for a consideration or else the twain had stopped for a little lovemaking by the way At any rote they were not in sight nnd we decided to wait for thrum While fining so we strolled idly about the fields surrounding the house It was just otter harvest tad the place wax in such perfect IIIcllrt rwcr its gorgeous oldfashioned flowers at the foot of n slight rise and as we ascended this we came to n small in closure evidently the fatally burying tny ground Pi to the very fence the scythe had done its perfect work but inside was a tangle of blackberry vi WhHfew headstones were sunken and neg leered rand the graves utterly uncarcd 1 for The whole place had such a neg lected desolate air their it was a blot Ion the glowing August landscape and we welcomed the shouts which told of the arrival of the truants and 1 called us to sent plensitnter surround ings The view WitS miignlficent awl we Ilingered until tIll pangs of hunger re minded us of the meal which was l Idoubtless awaiting us WhenI we reached the farmhouse we were direct ed to the back door where we found y 1o our delight a real oldfashioned r water bench with pail and basin and ben we made our primitive ablutions drying our glowing faces on a coarse brt spotless roller towel Then we were ushered into tit diningroom a long low apartment which was deco rated with maps mural ancient pictures of simpering ladies clad in scarlet 9 gowns with ondroiiK coitrures mind k eyes which were larger than their mouths The table shall I Itr forget Itwas spread with a varietyof q food which would love given a dys peptic dreams for a monthI At one end was a huge newiy boiled bam at the other a lofty plate of fried chick en there were two platys of onions peeled nod served whole two dishes of cucumbers dressed with cream huge dishes of hot biscuits and of boiled corn irlass dishes of honey raid preserves galore toad lust but not least pips of buckwheat cakes baked the full size of the griddle anti easel Ing rush a dinner plate Inter the meal we repaired to the parlor fearful aid wonderful in its ore namentation of worsted and bead work while horses and drivers were fed Two members of the party had brought guitars these were fished out while some sought tit wine decked porch to sri the moon rise Soon the strains of a popular song rent tin air and half a dozen voices burst into the rollicking words They had scarcely sung a verse when the master of the Louise a 1 typical farmer with collarlcss shirt and trousers in hoots appeared He said II don want to spoil any i your fun folks hilt tits pious companion aut been dead a year an I cant hove no music hut hymn chimes sung in this house A sympathetic silence reigned until he lord put his head into the door once more to say Slug as ninny hymn chimes as you want Then sonic one opened the ancient parlor organ in the corner and soon we till joined in the rolling notes of the old hymn now First a IFoundation It was not until we had silently en tend the waiting carriages and lost the last glimpse of the old farmhouse at the head of the road that some one remembered the neglected burying groundI in which the pious companion was taking her long rest We knew that she was laid there for ore of our drivers had attended the funeral and 1 have newer been tilde to understand how the man who could give strangers such a meal as that for Li cents and allow only hymn chimes sung in his house could allow his wifes grave to be overrun with blackberry vines and weeds but then as I said before hue man nature is a queer timingN Y Sun the In writer this 111111111111II by cold feet That has been my experience for nearly 20 years remarked Mr Billus with a wheeze And then to the surprise of all ent Chicago Mrs llillus Tribuuj became UrlOUlY presrPr tH KIDNEY DISEASE ttt CataPromptly Peruna i j prominentlcr 1 forlarch11 i mss M I I r lIon J II Caldwell I t here used Perunu for a namberolears withi the very best results for p II rhal diseases 1 shell newer be nltbonti1 never fail to recommend it when Iappartnnittwell Itahelitie IM l Gilbert Hofcr Grays Ky says in a lei t usedfourcatarrh mid it cured my Hnghti fill tlitlbbforel Peninn Send for free catarrh book Address Dr Hartman Columbus 0- Persoiially JIot lIcsTh h j Conducted f California i i Excursions I I r Via the Santa Fc Route fIThree lime+ n week from Chicago 4 I tout 6tuinnCity J qen werk from St Paul and olilllltapolls I htuna vrrk from St Iuius and rIIUSUII111 improtril wiilovpstilmteil Ilillinnti limrUl let iiiK cars s He Her than iver iKfwr at lowest rIihlerates- ttpetiticedexcurcionconducton 1 Alsodnilv fervico betnceu Chicago Californiaw C twtUcitcil T A GRADY MnnniUr California Tonrt + t Service The AUhison Toprka d Santa Ie Railway jf y leg Alaius Stnct CHICAGO f i 4 J i4 25coT7 thatgIIYou will und us 25c I we will und Demortsta I and give you two handsome pictures In ten colors exact repro ductions of famous oil paintings They are 8 by Ui inches Thlsofftf I of this great family magatio is only good for 60 days I Write to DEMORESTS MAGAZINE Art Department 110 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK CITY a DONT RETESTABLISH A HOME OF YOUR OWN Read The Corn Belt a handsome monthly paper beautifully illustrated containing exact and truthful informa tion about farm lands in the west letters from farmers and pictures their homes barns and stock Inter esting and instructive Send Scents in postage stamps for a years saltFF scription to uTilE CORN BEIT 9 4 Adams St Chicago PILES PATENTS Ur William IndpIILwillointment liireding and 1tcb1e1 J Ilea U absOflaIIt tum a allare uDe as a Inn of onto tenant acts t fNaeMtandIicalurottSFP Olin i GO oonu aDa = WILLIAMS MVO CO tTOp CLvrLAl if Bend for inventors nmllrntoctVourWeMi Mteves- Waaaliutton ll- PSIDrauCaeae true 1M44ltlt5Otl try l- t r t- S i1 c 1T = u FOWLS FOR MARKET Them AttractivelyHOW to Irrpnrc and In Convenient Slinpc for the IIoiiNvUvcii The best market fowls carry the white meat not only on the breast ns nt U In Fig 1 but also well back proper between the legs nt A Much of the market poultry fails to be thick ineatctl nt this point A ami this Is n vital defect The pure bred Wynmlots and Plymouth Mucks are specially FIOI noted for carrying a generous quantity of white treat not only upon the breast but also well back between the 1tAI and this Is one of the reasons for the market popularity of these two breeds For n private trade It is worth while to prepare in an especially nttrnctivg manner as in Fig 2 in convenient =FiG 2 lshape for boiling or roasting Pill the birds carefully wipe off any discolora tion with a moist cloth sings carefully and rcmuc any remaining pill feat li m ami the bird is ready for cooking Customers appreciate getting poultry in just this lmpi The feet run be left ou but when customers pace conll deuce in the out furnishing them poul try this is not necessary Farm and liuiin MANAGEMENT OF BEES A IIIIKC Money Crop DepeiuU tpon lilt itt tui IIi Not I lit Mnulici Of CllltllllON If we would have bees In tne best possiblei CIIIIII it lUll to obtain a largo wind of honeywe would cotineneu operation ns early as poisihlc A large honey crtip depends principally upon the strength of colonies and not upon the luinilier of colonies One good col any that it strong in iiiimliers and in evcr way in proper condition will store more surplus honey than a docu weak ones and the proper thing to do is to get everyone as near the desired strength and condition and also at the tine ntedvd Localities dillor to sonic extent as to the time of the principal honey harvest but just at the opens if the same Iis the time we wart our volonics ready Isually we arc safe ii i iomineiicingas s oon IIjilt weatherI willI permit The first thing iis to examine ever colony as to condition Cood proKlle queens and those onlyIan we built1 upon It is useless to spend time witht inferior queens for there is no plot to work to to make a success of lllhI Old queen say from three years oldI j and over may nil be discarded as there Is no exception at this age worth buntt ering with A few such queens may seem all right at the beginning butt In the end they will not prove so and1 will be everlastingly starting quiet cells and preparing to swarm If profitable queens art not available the best thing to do is to unite all col onies containing inferior queens with those having good young prolific queens While this may cut down the number of colonies it will pay in the proIllelli proper precautions are taken to re queen all such colonies and nt this time we have a good chance to detect all in terror queens and also owing to the supply of cheap queens It is much leae expensive and less troublesome at thu tlmcA II DulT in National Rural The Color of KitKYnlka- Tnleyolkcd eggs are neither so in ntitrilloinInsays an English exchange The princi pal deficiency is in iron and phosphorus two elements of primary importance in the ailment of human be pereentnge vegetable kingdom and Iif the supply yolkverye s deficiency can be supplied to n great- extent by putting some sulphate o thedrlnJdngcal method and it is much better to 4 riUp tyrreen food In plenty y + PROVIDE PURE WATER tJnle an Abundant Supply of It IaI lit Ilnnd Sheri Ilnlnlnic Will Xot lie 1rontnblr vehicleforInfestthesupply of clear pure water easy of nc1 cess to sheep we hasten to advise you not raisingLowspouts land is nn hutlOIlSnR unnlledforsometimes IlrainthllIIul111fllIle nodebywill be Indorsed by all practical steep thohogtheirbanessuch waters We know too that an thrnx is often spread by watering ponds and creeks and wo see from the above the danger of stagnant water for sheep In Kngland the liver fluke which passes one period pf its life his tory within the 1 odof water snails is only prevalent in lowlying marshy places It Is likewise true of some of the intestinal parasites of sheep that they are worst on such lands and It is klllthighsheepdojust watch them in hot summer weather when the grasses lire dew loss eves in the early morning They do drink wn ter and It should be pure We lame known of wholesale abortion among ewes which drank water polluted with pileWeof enteric disease among sheep from drinking oplutlutlnticdisease be traced to a similar source of infec tion One struts fluids on invest tg a lion Hint a successful sherpraising country Is a country flowing with purrI streams of waterand dotted with ponds fed by everlasting springs Farmers HIt v A MOVABLE PIGPEN Cheap and Kitolly Ciinolruclril and Murlil Kiniiiult lo lie Moved Jieml llj li Tvo lien It inmmetiines convenient to hUH n pen that will hold n few pig and that tau be mowed from out spot to another without taking the pigs out There are always a few runty pigs in a drove that llhII little extra feed and euro will come out nil right when shipping time lamas Or in weaning n lute litter of pigs with such a pen they can lie separated from the rest of the herd and still get the hill benetlt of the pits hut Or it unity be convenient in sep arating a sow and her brood from the ti Jt LII u J If MOVAIllK Pin 1KN other swine and still give them the nit vantage of green feed This pen Is cheap anti rosily constructed tutu light enough to be easily moved by two men or even one anti it need be stowed but n few teat to make a change to new ground The pen is eight by sixteen feet made of twobyfoursl melt fencing boards three or four fort high according to the sire of the pigs it is to contain Three i pairs of two b dour posts each about six feet long are used to spike the boards to The lower board should be nailed on four Inches from the bottom as when time pen is lifted in moving the pigs could escape If the hoards are higher Nail a brace at the top of inch pair of posts If the pen Is to curtain pigs large enough to lift or move It In rooting beneath It can very easily be stoked down Bore inch holes in each of the corner posts nnd put n wire through it making n loop n foot and a half in length Make n stoke of some hard wood with n notch near the upper end to catch this loop With one of these at each corner you can fasten the pen S- ecurelyJ L Irwin in Ohio Farmer SUGGESTIONSs Breed from young ewes fury raise better more vigorous nnd healthier lambs In recent trnnsictlontv in sheep In Montana three dollars per head has been paid for yearling and twoyear old ewes A great deal depends on your soil and pasture as to the kind of stamp you raise Heavy herds will not do ns onescSheltering lambs tram henrycold rainstorms which cccur for a month and a half before winter sets in is economy They should be regularly heftaught to ct grain In early autumn It Is well to have racks of hay ready f6r them atresh and they will soon Bural World n J Tea r Ioaing becomtnl1annInal doIngsystemstheyters Stomach Hitters instead Uy strength ening the digests organs this brings beauty nervesdrivesand cures nIl forms ofdyspepsia AU drug guts sell it Anticipated eII Mr Isaacs ill Chicago grain fcr Mr Isaacs satin dot his shtorehaa purned down in New York lintel Telegraph OperatorNo None I Veil vhcn von gomes schoost scndt it right up to my room bleaselfuck- Struck It lUll Henry A Salzcr Manager of tho John A Salzer Seed Co La Crosse Wis also President of the Idaho laid Coin Mining and Milling Co is In luck They have recently struck a wonderful deposit of gold on their properties Asa result the stock of the Gold Coin Co tins doubled in value Many of the patrons of the John A Salzcr Seed Co are owners of Gold Coin Stock The unities are located in the Seven Devil District IdahoRore Yet Snarley Theyre a bad family The fa ther plays the stock market and the son the races Yow Youd think they were virtues If planoSyracuse iEvery reader of this paper should give rpcciul heed to the Direr which are appear ing from week to week by the lulus M Slit the mammoth mail order housa of Chicago In this issue will he found their advertisement of a thoroughly uptodate first etas sewing machine at the astound ingly low Price of 1423 Cpining as this offer and their ofFcrs do front a house with a commercial rntillftor over one million dol lars anti of the highest character they stark an opportunity that the shrewd buyer will not he slow to take advantage of The John M1 tMijylh Co IW to ICtl Wc t Madison street will scud their mammoth catalogue in which is listedat wholesale prices everything to lat wear nnd ne on receipt of only 10 cents to partly pay jn tnijo or ex nrcMsage and even thii 10 ccntx iis allowed ou I lii t purchase amounting to one dollar In Mil Mlimoitrl Mrs Goodvinheres a quarter poor tutu lint tell me tray what ever brought you to this miserable state Dusty Ithoadcit Me autermobcel maam I was tourin lawn nn I tlxcnlclIL- h strnyd across detine sec Chiengo Even jug News There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other discuses put to getter and until time last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it n local disease and priMrihcu local remedies and butstantly failing to turf with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven ratarrh to he a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F JI Cheney Co Toledo Ohio i + the rimy rnnxtitntiniml cure on the market It i taken intern tlly in dues from 10 drop to u teas oonful It nets directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system The oiler tare hundred dollars for any rase it fails to cure Send for circnluis until teti monials Address FI JJ Cluney i Co To ledo O Sold hy DnipRiMs1 7Se Halls Family Pills un the Bert True to Nature pictureHe tint well and 1 looked like an idiot that morning the intently studying the photograph Well it looks exactly like you anyway Judge JIIMOU Crow Odcnrvllle n Snjat- III I feel it my duty to write and let you know what your medicine fl Drops lens done for me I last hurl rheumatism about 18 years hilt was able to bo up most of theI time until a year ago last May when I was taken down and not able to stove about About MIx weeks ago I saw your advertise ment and wrote for a sample bottle After taking A few doses it did mo so much good that I ordered some snore fur myself nail friends anti in every case it has done won drr nnd given perfect satisfaction IrWoodhlT my family physician who has had rheumatism years iis tnkiiiK5 Drops and says it iih the most efficient rheumatic med ieinn he has ever used Mov 31 18JW The above refers to 5 Dropc a perfect II euro for rheumatism kidney and all ki- nFatt dred complaint The unlprirtorflll son niieumatie To 1104 Jkr Stt Chicago offer to send a 2io sample bottle for only hOe during the next 10 days Ho sure to read their advrrtinemcnt of last wrekIHow It Sounded II My daughters music sighrd the mothS er CXIIllueIlldecd Some neighbor sued you 1 luppoertlDoatoDI Traveler thnap lt on Aiuuuut uf 1 liankigvlnc Iy via lug roar On November 20 and JKI the jiopulnr Dig Four Route will soil tickets to n ilistnnco of 160 stiles from starting taint nt rate of one nut one thirci tare for tutu round trip TickatM will bo goodtm to and Including De comber 1 1HW For full Information ns to tlckoU rates nnd limits cnll on lila Four nganti or Warren J Lynch 0 P A Clu Ilnnuti The Bachelor tfinellA Dallas mother with five grown daughters defines a bachelor IR a miserable coward who has lost the opportunity of IlfetimeDallas News The Mot Irmrrlpllon for Chill and Fever U a tattle of Gnovrfl TAHTKIRSS emu TONIC itis ln ilyirouundnulnlncln uuttulesa form Nottno pay IrkcWc A mans favorite joke is that he Iis related to tho church by marriage Atchison Globe To Cure o old In use 2lay- Yoko Laxatiro Drama Oulnlno Tablets All irugglita refund money If it falls to euro 25c The man who is sure it doesnt do any good to kick should never join a football team Elliott Magazine It requires no experience to dye with PUT NAM FADELESS DYES Simply boiling your roods in the dye is all thats necessary Hold Lr all druggists IIlDkII 11 fi u Q v4 f Sn T F1stantlyphyslcijinSuchsymptoms and their suffering by letter to Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass for tIle con i H r A WOMAN HELPSWOMEN fidenco reposed In her has never been it rtbeenMrs Pinklmm In attending to her vast itcorrespondence Is by women only If you arc ill dont delay Her reply will cost younothing and it will be a practical help as It was to Miss ELLA Ea IIthefeeling painful menstruation and leucorrhcea I am so grateful to you now that I am 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The Best Sewing Machine on Earth At the PrieD 1425 for Our MELBA Sowing Machine higharm lilRligrnilo machine equal low lilt elhrr urn nuklnrfcaUO tol300 for lunrnnf red by us for 20 years from ilnto of imrrlitmx nunlnut nny linpurfno tlon In inutrrinl or wnrkinunshlii The itnml li made of the hut Iron nail li nicety pngartloncd The cabinet work perfect niul funilnlird In your choice nntlqtieoik or walnut li linn seven drawers nil bnndoutrlycnrrndnn- dwithniel rlmr nulls The intchan Icnl conntrtictlon In equal to that of fitly niachlae icRordloiiH nrlco All working artt nun or rho bent olltmn rfecllyluridrunning qualities the llutiteit mud j1er fret and nearest nohrIMS of nny innrlilna mnclo Till Kmvlnir Mirhtnn linn nil Dm latmt inipiiviniinitn It nmkri u perfect unit unl form LOCK 5TITCilan U 1i111I tliPiHl wllrkCOli oitliertlm HglilrHt nmtllnaorlieiivlest rlntli sowlnit fiver HIMIIIU iiitl rim tli ii shill wltliout kliplnif ctltclic A full set of rhlMhlIncclIIHIIIltllliMSlll1 Plum 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all dealers Insist upon having them when you buy nnd you will get the best 04 HSOS FOP lAh le nte te M a isms tt of listed wholesale as evidence th on package CliriBtmntt f f FlTBta1arer erase eH t treat Nerr HeMotsr o trll eott a trio naIt11KLtNILLtdtRtArokM y 4 WHFX W ITIN pl nM sat katH ti sMStl- laf Fakaattrelry uis tk y AtJf 1 iQ z yT 7n cr V fMr fir r ZoIt 1 l r4 1 n FINGER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Docombor 21 1800 +Rff0Ufl CInCni + Sf1 A toitAHDBTAMPKUnfratiipton Wolfe county ni a candidate for CmiurrM mihjocl to the notion or tile Democratic party nutliorlAJJMI JW CONO hCTON nun candidate for the office nf County Judge of Wolfu county subject to the notion of the Democratic partyTtti p Doom in South Africa put General ItullorH mon to slight ut TugolaKivorlnfltweok rho British attempted to cross tho river hut it appeared tho vcholo country thoronbouta wore full of tho enemy who flutltlonly oponotl n galling flro at cloflo range mowing down Hullorn mon liku tho grass hoforo tho moworH Hcytho j hoxidoH olovon cannon cnpturod and n great many priaonorH tnkun hy tho lloorn tho Britiuh woro compollod to rolroat Thin ia tho third victory for thu BoroN inside of ton dayH ALL that portion of tho monimgo which roforrod to Uio powor of congroHH to rogtilalo tho Philippine matter ila guru talking to the gal loriuy Tho fact iH that tho blood bought poHHOHHioiiH illt till Orient are William MoKinloyn and not tho ronpoiiMibility of congroHH Tho con tituliotl and none of itt pro viaioiiH can ho dintortud HO that tho bloHiiingH and privilogon of that iiiHtriimont can ho oxtondod to what aro MoKinloyH HIIVUH TIIK hank of IFranco and tho bank of England have mixed thoir raton of intorextand Mr Mulvinloy advooatoH greater money making privilugoH for bankx in tho United Stator Evidently thiH iH nut a had your for tho money power the world ovor AH Till ntrttgglo in South Africa contimiOH nod the Hoorw keep up Choir annexingi of territory tho fairminded observer in compollod 4 to admit that the Htniggle in noth ing moro or IOHH than a context for South African xupromacy between noro and Briton OTIH will have to HIt n move on if ho ix going to proM IL tilt rohol Qonoral Aguinaldo to McKinley for a Chrixtmax gift We think lio hind hotter catch him first and thou do bin braggadocio for it is only a tow dayx till Chixtmax r WAHiiiNrvroN will lake on tho hurjfl of the rainbow about the timo tho lon Tim WoodrulV of Now York and lux gorgooux wain coat nrrivo to plead with McKinley for Hocond place at the Republican funoral next your LTIIK retuniH from tim Seventh s district indicate that lion June Onylo of Owen county hUH been olootcd to congroKX made vacant by 1thu doalh of Hon Iwan Settle ovor V 0 Owonn by BIOon majority I As yet IlonllillyMaHon alas ro framed from oxproxsing any sym pithy with tho victimx of tho trust octopus anti tho friondx of unti- hionopolyZ y legislation aro holding thoir broath in tho hopo that hix AI attontlon may bo dixtraotod long umtorJiI Vli li dirtoUd way ii rt Tj Ji t r 1f tif 4 r EDITORIAL irars Somo of that morality which the members of tho house aro display ing just now appears to have boon ntorilizod U e o Although Mr Kood is practicing law in Now York liix rulos aro Rtill businoHK at tho old stand on Capitol Hill Washington o O D Having expurgated Hobortx iint thoir mindx oyo tho immaculateI Republican majority might now tackle the pojcctod HannaIayno ship uubaidy utoalo O 0 No doubt Aguinaldo iH Idled with scorn for thoxo nrdont antix who have permitted tho Roberts caxo to obscuro his sprinting for the laxt few 1ayeoo It isi to bo hoped that congroHx will not lot itx nolicitudo about I Mr Roberts obscure tho nocoxxity for selecting a harem keeper for tho Sultan of Sulu o o 0 William I of tho United Statues throwing boiumetx at William Jof Germany ia one of tho sightn which roaderx of that verbose doc ument thuProuiduntu muHsago are permitted to enjoy o o o Latest intelligence tends to the belief that there in no truth in the roport that Grunt llritain intends to banish Oom Paul to St Helena It will bo necessary to catch you uncle Paul firstt dont you know- Thosoonorgotic o o o Republicanxwho are expressing sympathy for Con grexxman Sulor bocauno of hit do font for minority 1 leader shouldI Have their breath They may need sympathy thomsolvea about lilt limo Mr Suor bocomox governor of the Kmpiro1 State o II That return of William M1 Stow art to tho Republican fold should1 be lowed with apprehension by the Republicans of the senate J twill bo remembered that Troy wax captured through the wooden borne which Grookx foisted upon tilt Trojanx 4I1 r Stewart inconsider able of an old homo himself n- O 0 The administration would not le displeased if Aguinaldo oxcaped it in xtatod by the Presidents friondx No doubt the Imporalixlx in the White House nail in tho Cabinet would bo glad to nee tho lFilipino leader leave the inland Hitch tthey cannot drive him all or capture bin armyu n o After a careful tabulating of all the resolutions and speeches of tho junior senator of Illinois wo art compelled to acknowoldge that the President and his Cabinet are agent the only persons in the world who aro being loft to shift I for thiMiiHelvex without tho protect ing sympathy tutu counsel of tho lion Billy Mason o o o For weeks the proxs of tho Mc KinloyiloB has been filled with speculation rolativo to tho whore aboutn of Aguinaldo and descrip tions of the glorious work of tho army inlhe northern part of Ltuon Now comes tilt statement that Aguinaldo iin making for Cavito in tilt south of the island and that tho insurgent forces thoro are larger and stronger titan ever What n deceitful rascal somebody iH 1nIolliverI 1 roporls Mont nil hotter except tho infant child of John Hurst and it iis yot very sick John Swango n little colored boy living with Judgo Swango 1 1 ofIj ry ROSEOTAVIS THE BlaOkSIIlImS AND WagOnlIlakBIS Have no time to write an ad this week but desire to announce that they are still at the old stand and ready and willing at all times to do any work in their line for cash or prompt paying customers Those indebt ed to the firm will please be considerate enough to call and settle at once as we need money to run our business and must have what is due us ts payour own debts The New York World ThriceaWeek Edition ALMOST A DAILYAT THE PRICE OF A WEEKLY The inott wlildy circulated wttkl- yIItIIIIr in Amrrlcit lIN tlicTlirlco i Vnlr Iclltloii of Tlio Now York World nod with tilt Ircftldiiitlal cnniiultfii nosy tit Immlynn therI rcnuoiiK why It IN ciully tha leader In duller u year Journnllmii- It IIn Untied every other tiny 1111111 IN to nil purpoiK n dully livery week each nulmorlher receive 18 juiKes anti often during the LillYIICUtlll Jl iwKiM each week rillI I price I only I100 per year It IHI virtually a dally nt the price of u weekly lIN nuv covers every known part of tilt worldn weekly newnpaper could ntund nuuaund furnishNuch Nrnica- 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HKKAUI for it tfllle more than tilt prlenof ynur hoinr paper If yon will renew or N all UN it eitNli Niihxerlptlon 1161 wo will nend you IliU paper and the lllfMTliVTKH IKltNTfCKIAN1 liolh poktpald for one year AdilrenN Isml 111111It- IttNrl utan It CHAS W BUCHANAN IMIACTICAL L 1ctoTrt1 l E i rS l 0 tom Prompt attention given to ropairiug of all kinds and satis faction guaranteed rOSIoctfullyappreciated jfJ Ordors taken for Ladies and pouts Fine Footwear Old Racket storo slloratroom Ky ilII BliyANw HAIKXMAN 1OU Pearson Clark WHOLESALE GROCERS LEXINCTON KY t w OTI J r1I Ettttl rr DUCTION r SALEI- l= I iI= Bowss Your Okanoo to make ffloneg E The weather is too warm and wo can- E not wait rny longer on cold weather = rE 1off on every article of CLOTHING iin our house This a groat oppor rtunity to buy goods at about 60 3r= CENTS ON THE DLL- ARREMEMBER= Every article of Clothing ill our 3house is now 26 to 60 per cent higher fc than when we paid for them and with out charging you the advance we give 3you ONEFOURTH OFF r cent ow j25pep Mw Hpt now the finest and tar ofrrr = rElrE OVERCOATS1 Eill Kentucky Largest stock of FINE SUITS in Kentucky And remember 26 per cent oft on all of them 4I Dont miss this sale LOUIS GUS STReUS- y Leading WANTED MENlI- lo owe 1110 on account to call 1 need tho money antl Till wait no longer ot ask fur crediti if you owo me on account lit II will nut grunt you credit any longer I havo A FULL AND Kentuckyj b JFand will not be undorsoled I cash All luxes duo me must also lie paid now illtllllg1YOII fur then hurts us built TIfcllow many will 1 II shall wait lm Mall see Doors open a III to Li 1pIII lKespectfully H I I fiT I 1 have junt thn finest lino and grcalt xt vuuietyof AND fI ivor brought to the mounlainx anti bought thom lufuro tho recent rise in leather II am prepared to HIIVO my cuntomoiH uln11ny01- 1ovary punhaxo they make I wont tint ladiesi tMpooially to cxamino my xtiirk Igor ttho price I can sluw them u fnmtlaco shoo that iin worldbeater IItI in indued a and to the touch makes one that tho shoemaker got hold of tho kidglove Hloe- kIuspoutfully 1tt101 IN M UOSB r L AVID S ROSI- Clliniiinrtirn I D Brut J IIIII Ky HUH II NTH SLINGLUFF JOHNS 5 CO WHOM 9AIli BOOTH +I AND + SHOES Jlnlklnll llnco ILuTlunnn Mil ItlIIIt1ctrully unllrllN n shorn of to tnulo ol nionntuln incrdlunU IMIKIIS Ulxnti and Nine rut Nalo OIU tllil uillount 40 ucnti per 100 JTll IIi I reteivod LADIES CENTS BOOTS SHOES having beauty o r rA1ZIZtorl+ fltto7nCJYCL iDCL7 1 COMIXrilONX A HtliCIAlTV AND ITUItNH IllOMITKY MADIC f51 W JriiTitHON Sraniri LOUISVILLE KV llnforoncn J Taylor JAy Hanoi Green HERALD I sL son 1IIINTINO W TI1 1IK8T anti Uio upoapt I 4 7 Hood Fills Arc prepared from Natures mild laxatives and while gentle arc reliable- i I1 i and efficient TheyIi Rouse tIle Liver 4 Cure Sick Headache Bil 4 Sour Stomachiousncss II and Constipation SoldI everywhere 250 per box Prepared by0 lllood CoLoweHIHaia I THE HERALD I A l FARM JOURNAL From now to Duo 1001II 3reat Noarly A Ycmrn- lly BpocialI arrangementi I Incln with the publiHhorH of tho KAIIMI JouitNAi wo are enabled to olVor tlrnt nnpor to ovory HiibHcribor who uayB fur THIS HICUAM one your anon fur only 100 both import for tho price of ours onlycuri pa pot out yoar lull ttho KAIIMI Inuit NAt from now until December 1003 ntmrly fi yourn Hio 1KAIIM JOUHNAI iiN nil old oHtabliHhed sing lor Olljni ilK grunt popularity Ono of tho lost null mont unuful farm panurfl publinlioil Thin oller uhotild ho accepted wilhcut dtday Tho lull pHil of tho moon iin thint section Saturday night wiiHiilmoBt totalI cMlHrt Lulu Strung of JackHon IH visiting Dr J1 I A Taulbco of this plitco Quite a number of nwino havo houti Hlaughtereil this wook in thin motion Tho PcniiHylvwnia lilt witlfX thankH for a beautiful citluntlur of 1000 Hang tin your Htockingrt Sundayc night and gill thorn tilled with goodtb4 ete Dr Tail I bee roportH a grunt deal offiicknem throughout the countryt principnMy fever Mim lane Taiilhoe of Leo City lifttighter of exSoniitor Win Paul boo iis dan rously iill Tho new dining Ilansit Hotbany loude in Hearing completion and will be reedy for occupancy next wook Samuel Cudlof iIIHHj crook nboul four miloH north of town in ilangoroiiHly ill and not oxpect 01 to liv- eIIloIruti Jfc calendar of HKX Hiir piifwcH anything of the kind we ovor noon Ileane wait thaulcH of TIIK IHKIIAII Ur1J A Tun I hoo WIIH call on Tuovdny to HOO Win Taulboo of Froonl trunk who ban pneumonia mid IH HeriotmlyI ill 1rof Win 11 Cord uponi I lant wook in LouUville buying furniHh lucuupiadbyamy rinro willl be quite a number of CniulidntoH for tho varinna ofliccH ul tho coming election Ye HookuiH for ollico HOIK in your announce montH HO tic people will know who you nro and what ollico you do iilro re i i A XIO1IIUZey r t uaolnir t t InsurancaAgontof Oaicoi I IJoalty vlllu nod Jackson r yrs a r n CHH1VMAH COMIN BOON 01 oualint treeChrlawa1I wlllk at ltlnl an ho wink at uto CkrUiuu combnotI fwrI1 1laetComeI rllrnChrlewu of 01 turkey ruoNIn oil a crookeil limb ClirliuiM comlii1 io m Bono gone proJeck hlllltby wlr hitClirltmai coiuln1 tuoii He 1111111 ran tint iii akin turn blur 1whlte fO1ka watch till dry think ill do- An till ol culled wan watchlti too ChrUuiaI I Cumin 10011 UCUOII dun Urkln Ink hU hmt door hrrnkl- Ilirliiim l roiiilit oon climb up ytniitul au de1 limb I hake MirUinn comlu IKIII IPi of dog WHlllii on ib grmiu brlow llo euon tmlnt 155thsib Ids soulnu mo It iloiio rromi ubih In tin oildch nhol Itrlun ulIlllI Nuuu Wont hung no tiickln on t III rubln wnll- ClirUimiK iiiiilu1 noun TrnMiir MulnUli Sniily wont POIIIO tit id- Ilirlkumi I cumin oon I 0hII night 4ItOluu 1111 Icqmli fu ili1 dayI git light An ynnk dot turkey from do whit umni Night1 thriIIIIM tnlllltt A111111 We oon bo kiiintlln Ml tlo1 bnniii t boM- IlirlkiniM cciinlii MHMI I imkdo blviln from tinI lUnln Uwd- ClirUiua cumin Neon Urn i lukiulitt piutnm iin I brrnktltt1 loin An IIIIIIUI Krnvy sic dool cnii pone An I 17111 vc tint turkey tvlml do uliltv lolk Unnti Clirltimu cttmln Nunn IruuryivoUIts lint 4 Died December thof KSH litllo I Mulliu Mayo Hnrcham aged tllIlIl11 1 t months anti Ut days this little I darling bn1of Ito John W ilurolwm and wife Another llnln Imnli hut KOIII TII dxIII wllh him whit gut Another Unle tlurlliiK bubo IIN liflicrln In the Irlll i lied nceileil one mine UIII1 child Amltlt iliA hl n Inn bunil- Anil no Kit brut nltli lovhiK inllr bud eluiieil cur tlnrllnnH liiinil If Ujiuiirried salts make your wifei happy by a j ftof a full luunds of that line candy at Tay lor Dayn I Ia Mingle man you mIll hypnotize your Hweet heart with tilt HIIIIIO kind ofn gift stud till ijont IH HO Hinall that if you dolls do HO your girl ought to go back on you fur all time and the otherI I fellow will get her iilVectioll Died on thoStht ijust MrnI lillie Sisal ton Trimble wifei of Krank Trimble of MomphiHI Tenn She took sink on Ihtuiksgiviugtlnyi and grew worno untili I the end came Her remaiiiH wero laid to roHt in thy Somumlloi comotory on her 17th birthday Clarence WilliaiiiH colored who killed OHIO Tilman on March Lli in ClayHvillc Hourbon county wan hanged Monday morning at 705 on the IHth ins at Paris Ivy Ik admitted this killing hilt claimed it to ho accidental MIIHi IIII I Iiomlt wad son Hruce und MIM Kllen Kanh of thin IIICIII are veiling S S oaths of Camp ton Mr Comb ccelebrated his With birthday n5 Wednomlay of- IhiHI week and liiHgrandHon Hruce Iieratt tilts who in fouryearn old One of IMeraltH horses on Mon day night an Marry Howard wan driving home got frightened at Houiething ami ran away mailing up the buggy and the driver 5H capod without having and IIOIHIH broken but received HevoralHligbt bruitioH Provontlon In butler HHIM niro Keep jeiir bleed pulp year iipiolllo god lust yule dlj elleii puifwl by laklntf Illeedt SiwMipuTlllu flood o Plllcnfi hliniieiilously with lluudH Snr niirllln ijcnlln clllcldlit Your wife and daughter would enjoy floino of the line candy to be found only at JI1 I Dayn Hut dont delay fur it ingoing lilt lout alum on n cold day School nl this Academy mess Luis ThurKiny evoniiig till aftor tho h lidayn The prwtonl torn has been the moHt proHporoim of nil this full terniH of the nchoo- lJlonI C II Stampor candidato for tho nomination of CoiigroHH on tho Democratic Uokot was in town Monday Blinking linudu with hilt mnny friondB Mr Btninpor BA H liiu proHpooU looks vory llntor ing I LY Y k Yore herat newepaltlrI sayersit ItoluatlollThero htICf lhorn n pulltlcrtl cans PMIKU that will tenant In Iniportitiico that tho ono to be fought next year The rrput ltcnn backed by nIl uoneyI- WWtr of I 1lrt1touutr 1U1I11lIrII Itn thrIcturutsItstnluItNI do11gTheyI their oncailoii InI no bettor nllllIlnl oiroctlvo WRY roll thU bo dtiiu tlhuts by the circulation ef good Hiuiinl ilHiiiDcrntlc nowi ni rrn uhllllIr ef Tin Chi cauo Dlnpiitch wIllI cued to every now nWrihor for thrro nionthx n wpy ef Tho Chicago UUpittcb fur ton cent If you urn not already taking tile great lalltlrMil weoktcrud In tent ante lit once You nhoubl not only tin thU your colt but you Miotihl hiiltico sill your frlomU to join with you fly u bttlo d fort you ran enltp rue it club of ten or twenty itulmcribrr by11IllhuuI i fItI IIldar- nAddeNaIllClllA1o DiHiutll r0aml IT2U Fifth Avonuo lilllUMKH HI Judge lulus Dnvini of Wont Lib orty with tilts Brut of Hettman illootn A Co of Cincinnati Ohio IH in town Nolioiting ordern front our inurchantH Tho Block of ChriHtinitH novel tioH at JT pays in tho llneHt over dinplayed in tin inountainH In fact tip to unto but down in pricoH The I lJoti irartiHt IIIIH boon abnont for tthe post three ticks nod tho opinion of lit Ito a number that this post hits taken unto hiniuylf partner Havo you bought your ChriHt IIIIIH ttoys fur Ihnhi Itl rOil 1 If not HOO tho nice dinplay at I Tl pays THINK nbent your health Do tint icrufulii lalntM to ilovelep In IIUilliuYour tnxcH too thin ami1 miiHt tbo paid now So ploaHo call nod ntlle niul Nuys iniublo UN IInot eempollnl to collect II IK IlltltviT D Hi The llnoHt line of shut tu11ury ever Hunt in Ilael Clreen in to be had atl1I I Dayn store LIST OF WATCHES N5 curry III Morli LAD IKS Sli4Solid Nickel open faro WalchcH lancy dial at fllX Solid Silver upon face plait dial r 00- JoldlllledI warrantedt a yeaiM hunting or double CIIHO at Iilll Waltham inovoment- Hloldlllled oiien face warranted 10 yearn New Kngland CompanyH Wlit I IIPH 8X to f IILO- Ololdllllod tiOyear hunting camH Waltliam movemonl H87fi Such an lust onumorated in LTi naIunsn nt1 Solid bald Waltham Watches 2r1I lit urUIII FRED J HE1NTZ41 Miuutlitulurlac Inwolnr- MSXINCJTON ICY i iim No IIIIU i t j i ij I ion ililmutt I MRS S II KAO- IIFnohlounblu Mllllnor IIAZCL UIICUN KY J i i II1 t IIj Hh t rANTICH HIVIiltAII IKHHONM IOltl H DltlrlrtOlllmi MIIIMIIITH In lliU klittn IIn riitrikiiil INI In lindr own old Mirr ninil leg retuIIIN Wllllnu In 1ity yearly fllo poyublsi 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ATTM- ANAdllltHI HOMCITOH- Ml HTKIthlNd KY IIAXKh OIU5KN KY HOFFMANPIERATT r Ir Argjeney r1 TMHK CJOMPANIKSoi- inH nll iI 1t15I N1gl l negotiated null sill IJllfillllIIIH of the nioiinlaliiM nolloitodi 4r r I It II d 1 l1rp1r It 1iJii- t 01 AM KINDH NKATIiY ANI J 1 1i null promptlyI donont thin ollico JJ cf c GREENE EMERY CO a Live Stock Cmnnli ion M rchant i lJ CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS tir Lour Dlituof Ttliikoui 7300 I ALL SALES Q0AI t- A Ie t t i U tvlrIT i f TJ1 teI FWw y I l Ii j THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER publisher HAZEL GREEN t t i t KY y I THE OLD BACHELOR r He IB portly but very CrlCtIt And always to somewhat dlKrc Artistic and quite circumspect When It comes to a question of dress A lover of whist and of cho8sIAnd a HlUe Inclined to bo gay Yet I pity him nevertheless The ud bachelor over the way For I know when his Hfo I dissect There la lack of the wifely caresa No children around him collect Ills homccomlni nightly to bless And to scan him again I confess lIes a trllle Inclined to bo gay in splto of his social success The old bachelor over the way And I feel my surmise Is correct When I look at him closelyI and RUOSS That when ho takes time to reflect i lie misses the true happiness I For the lack of a home will dopre148II And his boyhood wax happy theyuay I fancy that dreams muut oppress The old bachelor over the wnyIENVOY- S What married 7 This morning no less For who shall King Cupid gainsay Well well ho Is In for distress The old bachelor over the way Ernest McQaffcy In Womans HomeII Companion ICorylht IQI by S S McClurejj CH AlTKK I L CONTINUED And now the roar of the storm could be lienrd ns Ithe line of fimin swept on over the darkened pea with frightful velocity Louder nail louder came tilt iioSae mill till surface of the water llc liind the advancing line wa like ti vast I sheet of snow flattened down by thu force of the wind JCunrer and nearer cniiu the ghnltJI line while vvery inan stood nt his post in silence Suddenly the captain roared Iliird up your wheelI IHtml up I The Itwo men who grasped Ihcupnkes hntll barely tune to obey the order when with shriek of wind and a nub of boil Iing water the while line struck theII l bark nail prenncd her over until till yards touched Itill surface to leeward The storm stnyimil und iiminlopKtiil I were rent to ribbons hut the hlllIllIallI hold and ns the stanch hark tlowlIrighted lliU caused her to pay slowly ciT and she gathered headwny at the sanm Itime Slowly at Ills niul then with Iincreasing speed sItu bouiuUd Il along before the hurricane And now the tea began to rise in 1111I Its majesty The HHIHKCS of water swept in wlltIut before till hur ricane thili crests blowing oil into spray as they met Ithe fullI fore of Itill wind After ucvvrnl elVort the orcw eueeceded IIn loosing a few I indie of the foretopEiiil and for awhile t his Itelil nobly Then oninc a t ranger pulT than usual und the sailI WII torn bod fly front the holtropca disappearing in the gloom lIhi HOIIIC huge white bird There was nothing to be done but run before tthe gale andI after MnclI lug the mate and half the crew below the captain advised Tom nnd A very to retire which they did somewhat re assured by the collected bearing of the cklppcr who seemed to take it all ntr a matter of course especially as the wind was sending Ills vessel just where he wished to go In this manner three days nod night passed until It seemed to Tom that the world was made up of wind waves and dmvkncss On the fourth morning the wind be gan to abate und the sun appeared en abling the captain to ascertain his po altlon Ho found that the Seablrd had 5xnale 11 knots nn hour during the en tire period since the storm struck her which caused his satisfaction to show itself in his round face unmistakably Sail was now l lade und ten days later j the Seabird Will tailing proudly on theS bosom of tho Pacific having rounded Cape Horn with the greatest slant of wind the old skipper had ever experi enced The vessels head was pointed to the north nUll Tom began to com pute the days before they could hope 4toreach San Francisco CIIAPTKU III I GIVE MY 8IIAIIK TO YOU Good lUCK and fair winds followed our adventurers until they reached the stormy Gulfof California where nn ac I cident occurred which greatly affected 1 Toms future plans It was an hour before sunset nnd the two passengers were leaning over the stern watching the water fly swiftly Iunder the counter when a loud shout from aloft attracted their attention Looking quickly up they had barely time to spring aside when n heavy block struck the deck beside them with ter rific force A rope attached to it Tom companion icrws the hitJJ tttdlvg liJm backwards Ills heels I I il I JttLt lJ 1 S frt W e tho wncel ropes and the next fcunt he struck the w ter astern and disappeared from Toms sight It had nil happened quickly that he hardly realized what land occurred until the sailor aloft shouted Man overboardll Man overboard With the promptitude of n sailor the man at the wheel sprang to the rail and cut adrift the life preserver which was always ready for use and ut the same time the captain rushed on deck and ordered the ship hove to Then Tom tore off lila coat and shoes anti leaped over the rail before the captain could detain him Like most Cape Cod boys he had learned to swim at nn early age and a pond In Mcrrivale had enabled Lint to indulge In the exercise in late years so that when he came to the surface he felt no anxiety for himself although the vessel was some distance away He struck out with all his might In the direction of the vessels wake and soon caught a glimpse of n white face ahead rising anti falling on the waves Keep up till I reach oullllI shout ed to encourage very who was fully 50 yards away There was no reply and when Tom was within n dozen strokes of his friend the latter suddenly threw up his arms and began to sink Tom reached the spot just In time to grasp his hair and drag him to the sur face where he lay utterly unconscious antI unable to assist himself Tom sup ported him as best he could but his clothes soon began to drag him Iowa and his limbs felt like lead lie was nearly spent when something white swept before his eyes on the top of a sea and he saw that it was the life buoy With a last effort he struck out and succeeded in grasping It In the meantime the Seablrd had been brought to the wind and a boat iovercd with all possible speed but it is a slow operation at best and Ithe raft was a half tulle distant before lift boat struck the water with Capt Coffin in her stern AlthoughI I the buoy supported Tom easily Tie found it no eay task to keep the unconscious man heath above the Mir fact anti when the boat reached them he was pulled frjm the water in n state of utter exhaustion A very showed 110 signs of lift and when the vcsttl wn readied lie was taken to his berth where the old cnp taut graduallyI resuscitated him Tom having ehanpid his clothe in thi mean time and regained Ithe use of his limb Whrn he reached IIhe Il terooni he- wn shocked at lilt friends face Then wait n look theret which come lint once tto liii nut U I ty a nil which frniiv the words on lils tongue Scott sit down said the old iniifr I can see by your face what you rend Iin Taint I have no timeI Ito waste IIm n dying man Sot Something has given out hmdu and my time Iis up Dont interrupt me plcncc I must tell you something while 1 have time lie paused an instant to prcns hh hand to his side saying When thatI hit inc soiuiethiiuu sun pict1 in lucre I think a rib Iis sticking into my lung Take oil my belt Scott IHurryI lip 1nnt tttop to ntk questions IInII Tom ibeyed lint with trembling lingers the dying man drew forth a folded hit of paper whispering a Its yoiim and u means a fortune to you let me II pen and paper and Ithen write what I tell you IIllsi neil itts t was soon complied with and with a faint voice he dictated I lolin A very being about to die give my share In the gold mine discov eyed by my partner Dick Keed to tIlt bearer iIuo tints Scot t who has risked IIn IlifeI for mineI twice When this unique will was on paper he added Jive me the pen There neednt be lilly witnesses lick Keed knows my Hsl and lies as squarel ns a die This paper is It map to tell me how tto reach the mine Its a secret trail lends to it antI only three tacit lknow of Iitt You will be rich if you live to reach it Trust no one but go by yourself Tale the money in ins belt too and use It ItS you please You may find my brother Hill at the mine IHe was sent for too Youll get my share A violent fit of coughing interrupted him and before it ended the handker chief he pressed to his lips WitS stained with his life blood IInm hastily summoned the captain hut the old miner sunk into an uncon scious state ant before morning Tom was the only living occupant of the little stateroom lint behind the thin partition which separated it front the mates room sat that worthy himself with a look of trI- umph on his evil face There were no witnesses anti what is to prevent my being Mr Tom Scott and becoming a mine owner he mut tered to blanscHtor must have that pa per if I have to kill him to get itt On the following day the remains of the old miner were consigned to the deep and ns Tom saw the weighted canvas disappear beneath the blue wa tens his grief outweighed every other sentiment and drove all thoughts of his inheritance from his head He hudI grown to love the rugged old man like n brother and it was the first time he lund been brought face to face with death Thai night as he was about to retire he remembered the slip of paper given him by his dying friend and which hI S ai had not yet examined lie had placed it in the belt and tossed the latter into his chest at the time and a huge lump swelled in his throat now as he lifted the lid and drew it forth Carefully arranged in the various compartments were bills to the amount of 5000 and these he transferred to his own belt at once The papr was evidently torn from a blank book and contained these lines in n bold hand Old Partner If you havent forgotten the old days and the bargain wo made ccmo out and nharo my find with me I have struck it rich I have written to Dill I have a new chum with me too Como to Dyca and tako the old Dnlton trail No one uses It now It ROCI just west of Arkcll lake and runs straight for Fort Selkirk Its almost dead north by tho compass About CO miles before It reaches tho fort It splits off to the left A big white cliff faces tho trail You cant mistake It The main trail keeps on to the right Take tho other It only goes about 30 miles and leaves you at the en trance of a big gorge Camp there nnd mako a big smoke If you have to bring anyone to help be sure of your man We have grub enough to last till spring and then my partner Joo Tarbox Is cornIng to Den for supplies Hell get there In April or May I expect There la gold hero by the ton If wo only had water to wash it out I am sending this from tho fort by an In dian pucker Came here after candles and Hour Your old friendDICK TAYLOR Toms heart was beating like a trip hammer as he finished the letter for he now realized that the old miners words wore not of light Import The note bore the imprint of truth in every line and for awhile he could scarcely realize what he had read He had no suspicion that the mate was at that moment gluing his eye to a crack in the bulkhead antI vainly try ng to get n glimpse of the paper of which he hind heard the dying man speak the night before In his villain ous heart he had sworn that Tom Scott should never grasp the golden treasure hut how to prevent him was the ques Hon Clearly he must obtain possession of the precious paper but how was this to be done His peephole was too small to enable him to Itll where Tom kept it hut as he beard the lid of the chest closed he drew a long breath and muttered Its in his donkey Ill fluid a way to have a peep iinside of it before we get to Frisco ItI would never do to trouble it now Hed suspect me the lirst thing of tie missed jitt I must rig some kind of n derrick on him thats sure For the next few days he cudgeled his brains for some sate means of nt ffSa I must till you swnetning while I have time taiiiing hi eis but w IilhoutI success Then chance did what he had fnicd to do a laml hi w the wrlcoru cry trout aloft ont morningI just afier sun rise while the Inptuillllillitlcond mate were asleep Ithe mate was stumping the deck and Tom who had turned out earlier than usual was standing on Ithe topgallantI forecastle watchingI a Ilioolufl lish play about the bows lIe ran up the forerigging at once to catch a glimpse of till welcome sight Xous my limeI said the mate un der his breath as Tom went over the foretop and began to swarm up the topmast rigging Hell1 Igo clean up to tin man on the gallant yard before he sees It- The next moment he had stolen soft ly down till cabin stairs entered Toms room Iud tried the lid of the chest To his surprise it was not locked and there on top half hidden by the sleeve of nn old coat lay John Avcrys belt be fore him His fingers trembled as with feverish haste he pulled it open and then a furious oath came through his bristling beard The belt was empty A rapid search convinced him that the object he sought was not in the chest utah hastily rearranging the art I des as he lint found thevi lie closed the lid and stepped out of the room to meet Cnpt Collln face to face in the narrow passage What arc you doing in there demand d the latter Were going to wash decks and the porthole was open he stammered I just stepped down to close it Whatever comment the old skipper was about to make was interrupted by the man aloft who again gave that long drawn out Indescribable cry so dear to the sailors heart- Land ho The captain forgot everything else Instantly nUll sprang on deck at once exclaimingIts Golden Gate or Im n lub her Ive made n record passage this time for the old bark Were only 93 days train Boston anti well keep it down to two figures if the wind holds and have a day to spare Slap the canvas on her Mr Hidorl Theres let I ten acd fieth grub waiting for ua per I t the starboard bowl Ewcftt cr far all shes worth His orders were promptly obeyed and ns Tom reached the deck and came aft the captain added Well soon be ashore Mr Scott II my reckonings right that is the en trance to Frisco harbor nnd we cught to be tied np alongside the dock tonight Youve never been thert havi you Tom replied in the negative and the captain continued Well see here I dont know how youre fixed hut I always live aboart when Im in port Its cheaper nnd I keep n good cook by her If you like you can stay with me and it wont coat you n red Ive made n rattling trip and welcomeilll1nl Tom Ill do so until I start north I shall be glad to have n familiar face with me This is my first trip you know lies going to live aboard chuckled Obcd hitler who was standing close by and itll be queer if he doesnt run into trouble coming down through Tar flat some dark night Things are coming my way nil right The fool must carry that paper somewhere about him and I can easily find some one to help rue In the job- Without the slightest suspicion of what was passing in the mates mind Tom watched him bustling about the deck und congratulated himself that in n short time he would see the last of the redfaced sailor who had brought the only taint of disgrace into his life Early that evening the Seabird was anchored in the magnificent harbor of San Frnnciscc nnd the long voyage was over CHAPTER IV WAYLAID AND KOnilKD When Tom Scott went ashore It Frisco he found the city was Klon dike ninth On every baud were hugt rosters calling attention to the su perior merits of some particular route to the fields of gold and men of nil walks in life were straining every nerve to be among the first to reach the Yu Ion with tilt advent of spring Several steamers were loading nt the pieru but every inch of space on hoard hind been engaged months ahead After consult lug with Cnpt Cofliu he determined to jo by rail to Seattle anti Itrust to luck to secure a passage from that port He made no mention of the etngnlnr secret Instowed upon him by the old miner hut fraikly told the 1lIplliin of the money hu had reci ivcd frojp tit nine source nnd the latter prcn pili gave him some good advice helter not 1 b drifting roiisd Fris co with all that stuff ii your pockcl he said Ive got a good Huh wife lucre and youre welcome to ue it Theres sonic desperate chJiitietcvs on the water front laic and plenty orem would lkillI a man ten timesI over frrktlf your pill Theyve all got tho gcd fever now MyI second maty is froitg leave me Ills got it tec Mp i thr mate doesnt follow suit Tom was wise enough to listen tohc warning and left the larger part of liiF money Iin the safe hilt he kept tit two precious papers in his monvy belt 8 proceeding which he was to regret very toon JIn found there was a special tvcur sion atviTtiscd to leave tho following Morning and was justlln timeI to Frcuri a ticket After talking III tho sightsI ol the city during the afternoon he procured his supper in n restaurant and tr clued 10 spend the evening 011 theater for it must be remembered tLt be was country reared and with few rare ex ceptions when he hall visited Host on a theater hid been beyond his reach lie thoroughly enjoyed the perform once and started down toward the W t ter front when it was finished without n thought of any danger as he strode rapidly along the welllighted tlicr oughfares While he Iis thus engaged let us take a look nt Obcd Hitler the vii lainous mate of the Senbird and ECI how his schemes arc progressing While Tom was watching the foot light favorites Obcil Hitler was sitting in n little drinking saloon near tin wharf where the Seabird hind been docked Ileforo him was n bottle of liquor and a glance nt his face was sufll dent to show that he had bccn indulg Ing deeply His small bloodsiJt eyed were fixed upon vacancy and he wai apparently meditating deeply Hell be oil tomorrow he nmt tered savagely und then my chance It gone I must have those papers nn J money enough to get an outfit I da sent get anyone to lend me a biuul for then the cat would be out of the bag If I had that paper the old man give him whats to hinder my going and clainv lag to be Mr Scott Theresa fortune In it but its ugly business Filling his glass again he drained it at a gulp as if trying to Ecrew up hk courage to the necessary point for somo icsolvc Then be looked nt his watch andsaidTen No time to lose First to see if he is on board yet TO BE CONTlNtKD An Indorsement The phrenologist said the proud father Bald he had a head you see on very few boys So lie has replied the proud fathers friend In fact I dont believe J ever saw thnt head on any other boy N Y World c l Iii m II The Best is CheapestWe learn This from experience fo t s ery department of life Good clothes j are most serviceable and ruwr the long 1 est Good food gives the best utrIiment Good medicine Hoods fiats A pdrll is tile esf 1nd chtJest because tt Jbscifute ijoThersfat I I Jfixdj SoMa J IZ tt=Perfect Confidence lICWeeacouples netalwaystinsanor ristown belle to whom a wealthy bachelor Iterworryingyoung men had been in love with her and heaskedlow let there be perfect confidence be tween us Keep nothing concealed from me 7Certainly replied the giddy girl let us have no concealments and jumpinir up she snatched the wig he wore front hit ittiIJbiladelllhla1 To Los Angeles nnil Southern cnn forum Every Friday night at 1035 p m through Tourist Car for Los Angeles and ClucagoMilwaukeelenger Station Chicago vii Omaha Col orado Springs and Salt Lake City for alL points in Colorado Utah Nevada and Cal iforniaIn potel gent competent and courteous courier who will attend to the wants of passengers en route This jis an entirely new feature of tourist car service und will be apprecij oted by families or by ladles travelint i alone Particular attention is paid to the care of children who usually get weary on aJlong journey 1 neso tourist cars are sleeping cars sup plied with all the accessor necessary to make the journey comfortable anti pleasant and the berth rate each berth wili accommodate two persons iis only tiW from Chi cago to California AshI the nearest ticket agent for a tourist ear folder or address Geo II llealTord Jeneral Pass and Ticket Agent Chicago 111 hirhgbutthe earths pockets and gets it Chicago Daily New There i one thing worse than not having anything good to lat and that is t luvc it und not be able to eat itledOlr iliitiily Tike Oil Upon Troubled Waters is hales Honey of IlorchonndI andI TrI upon a cold Pikua Toothache Drops Cure in one minute The great tronhlp perm to lie that had luck is natural while jieopV are rctntiuliei to work for good IUlkothiuIIUJloc I have used Pisos Cure fur Conmmption both in my family anti jruUi Dr G- W Patterson Jnkster lich Nov 5 1S9I 1 aa14 yourbestA 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Preaching the Gospel lion He Think nellKlona Truth Should lie Presented Si Mln uteri Should French the Llvlnif Chrlat Copyright 1S99 by Louis Klopsch In this discourse Dr Talraagc addresses all Christian workers and de icrlbes what he thinks will he the modes Of preaching the Gospel in the future text Romans 127 Or ministry let us wait on our ministering While 1 was seated on the piazza of n hotel at Lexington Ky one summer crenlngagentleman asked me What do you think of the coming sermon I supposed he was asking me in regard to some new discourse of Dr Cumming of London who sometimes preached star tling sermons and I replied 1 have not seen it But 1 found out afterward that he meant to ask what 1 thought would be the characteristics the com lug sermon of the world the sermons of the future the word Gumming as a noun pronounced the same as the word coming as an adjective Hut my mis take suggested to me a very important and practical theme The Coming Ser monBefore the world is converted the I style of religious discourse will have to be converted You might as well go Into the modern Sedan or Gettysburg with bows and arrows instead of rifles and bombshells and parks of artillery as to expect to conquer this world for God by the old style of cxhortion and icrmonology Jonathan Edwards preached the sermons most adapted to Jic age In which he lived hat if those tenuous were preached now they would divide an audience into two classes those sound asleep and those wanting to go home Hut there iIsCadiscourse of the future Who will preach it 1 hove no Idea In what part of the earth it will be horn I have no idea In which denomination of Christians it will he delivered I cannot guess That discourse of exhortation may he born in the country meeting house on the banks of the St Lawrence or the Oregon or the Ohio or the Tom bigbee or the Alabama The person who shall deliver it zany this moment he in a cradle under the shadow of the Sierra Nevada or in a New England farmhouse or amid the ricelields of southern savannas or this moment there may be sumac young man in one of our theological seminaries in the junior or middle or senior class shaping that weapon of power or there may ne coming some new baptism of the Holy Ghost on the churches so that souse of us who now stand III the watelitowers of Won waking to a realization of our present inelllciency may preach it our selves That coming discourse may not be 50 years oil And let us pray God that its arrival may be hastened while 1 announce to you what 1 think will be the chief characteristics of that dis course or exhortation when It tines ar rive and I want to makeI my remarks appropriate and suggest lye to all classes of Christian workers First of all I remark 1 that that fay tare religious discourse will be full of a living Christ in contradistinction to dldaetc technicalities A discourse may he hull of Christ tthough hardly mentioning His name and a sermon may be empty of Christ while every sentence is repetition of lIis titles The world wants a living Christ not a Christ standing at the Rend of a formal sys tem of theology but a Christ who means pardon mad sympathy and condolence and brotherhood and life and Heaven a poor mans Christ an over worked Christ an invalids Christ a farmers Christ a merchants Christ an artisans Christ an every mans Christ A symmetrical and line worded sys tern of theology is well enough for theological classes hut it has no orate bush ness in a pulpit than have the technical phrases of an anatomist or a psycholo gist or a physician in t he sickroom of a patient The world wants help 111111- 11fllntc and world uplifting and it will come through a discourse in which Christ snail walls right down into the immortal soul and take everlasting posy session of it filling it as full of light as is this noonday imminent That sermon or exhortation of the fu ture 111not deal with men in the threadbare illustrations of Jesus Christ In that coming address there will be instances of vieurious suffering taken right out of everyday life for there Is not a day when somebody Is- not dying for others as the physician paving his diphtheritic patient by sacri ficing his own life as the ship captain going down with his vessel while he Is getting his passengers into the life boat as the fireman consuming in the burning building while he is taking a child out of a fourthstory window as in summer the strong swimmer at East Hampton or Long Branch or Cape May tryJagsupportinghis gentlemanMeents anxietytoWhMli of the train and laj on the grass 0 with only strength enough to say Oh what will become of my poor sick sufferingtheengineer said to me on locomotive In Dakota Vc men seem to be appreciationyouseeday an engineer who to save his passengers stuck founddeadupside smlllnghisas engineer said it to me he put his hand on the airbrake to illustrate his mean thoughtYoua the same crisis Oh In that religious belivingsufferingI1lust ghastlier sacrifice of Him who in the high places of the field on time cross fought our battles and endured our struggle and died our loath A German sculptor made an Image of Christ rued he asked his little child two years old who it was and site said That must be some very great man The sculptor was displeased with the criticism so he got another block of marble nnd chiseled away on it two or three years and then he brought in his little child four or five years of age anti said to her Who do you think that IIsV She said That must be the One who took little children In His arms and blessed them Then the sculptor was satisfied Oh my friends what the world wants Is not a cold Christ not an mllgIstellal spreading out Isis arms of sympathy to press the whole world to Ills lowing hearthI religiousdiscourse will be a popular discourse There arc those in these times who speak of n pop ular sermon as though there must be something wrong about it As these critics are dull themselves the world gets the impression that a sermon Is good in proportion as it is stupid Christ was tthe toast popular preacher the world ever saw and considering the small number of the worlds popula tion hall the largest audiences ever gathered He never preached anywhere without making a great sensation Peo pit rushed out in the wilderness to hoar him reckless of their physical necessi ties So great was their anxiety to hear Christ that taking no food with tliciiitUiiy would have fainted and starved had not Christ performed a miracle and fed them WhItld so many people take the truth at Christs hauls Ilreause they all understood it Hi illustrated his subject by n hen and her chicken by a bushel measure by a handful of sell by a birds flight and by a lilys aroma All tin people knew what he meant and they flocked to Him And when ttin religious discourse of the future appears It will not he Irlncftonian tint Itochcstcrian not Andovorinn not Middietonian limit 01- 1ntllplllin practical unique earnest comprehensive of nil till woes wants sins hid sorrows of an auditory limit when tthe exhortation or dis course does come there will bra thousand gleaming scimetersto charge on it There arc in so many theological seminaries professors tilling young mm how to preach themselves not knowing how and I am told that If n young man in some of our theological seminaries says anything quaint or tthrillingI or unique faculty amid studentst fly at him and set hint right and straighten him out and smooth hits down and shop him off until be sayscv erything just as everybody else says it Oh when the future religious discourse of the Christian church arrives all time churches of Christ in our great cities will lie thronged The world wants spiritual help All who have buried their dead want comfort All tenors themselves to lit mortal and to be Immortal and they want to hear about tthe great future I tell you my friends Iif Iflu1 people of our great sides who have Lad trouble only thought they could get praclicnl mind sympathetic help in the Christian church there would not be a street in Washington or New York or any other citywhich would be passable on the Sabbath fitly if Micro were n church on It for nil the people would press to theft asylum of mercy that great house of comfort and consolation We hear a great deal of discussion now all over the land about why people do not go to church Some say It IK hey cause Christianity is dying out and be enlist people do not believe in the truth of Gods Word nd all that The reason iis because ur sermons and ex hortations are riot interesting trod practical and helpful Someone might us well tell the whole truth on this sub jet and so I will tell it Time religious discourse of the future the Gospel ser mon to come forth and shake the nations and lift people out of darkness will be a popular sermon just for the simple reason that it will meet the woes and the wants and the anxieties of the people fhere are in nIl our denominations ecclesiastical mummies sitting around to frown upon tfcc fresh young pulpits of America to try U awe them down to cry out Tut tut tut Sensational They stand today preaching in churches that hold a thousand people and there are n hundred persons pres ent and If they cannot have the world 1I J anLf saved In their way It seems as if they do not want it saved it all reUgloudiscourse awakening sermon From altar rail to the front door step under that sermon an audience will get up nnd start for Heaven There will be in it many n staccato passje It will not be n lulla by It will be a battle charge Men will drop their sins for they will feel the hot breath of pursuing retribution on the back of their necks That religious discourse of the future will be an everyday sermon go ing right down into overt mans life anti it will teach him how to vote haw to bargain how to plow how to do anj work he Is called to do how to wield trowel and pn and pencil and yardstick and plane And it will tench women how to preside over their households and how to educate their children nnd how to imitate Miriam and Esther and Vashti and Eunice the mother of Timothy and Mary the mother of Christ nnd those women who on northern nnd southern battlefields who were mis taken by the wounded for angels of mercy fresh from the throne of God Yes I have to tell you the religious discourse of the future will be are ported sermon If you have any Idea that printing was Iinvented simply to print secular books and stenography and photography were contrived mere Ily to set forth secular Ideas you are mistaken The printing press is to be the great agencyof Gospel proclama tion It is highI time that good men instead of denouncing the press em ploy it to scatter forth the Gospel of Jesus Christ The vast majority of peo ple III our cities do not come to church and nothing but the printed sermon can reach them and call them to pardon nail life and peace nnd Heaven So I cannot understand the nervous ness of some of my brethren of the ministry When they ee n newspaper man coming in they say Ales timer is a reporter Every added reporter is 10000 20000 100000 Immortal KOUM added to the auditory The time will come when mill the village town mute city newspapers will reproduce the Gas pet of Jesus Christ and sermons preadied on the Submit will re verberatc nil around the world nod sonic by type mind some by voice all na tions will be cvnngellcd The practical bearing of this is upon those who mire engaged In Christian work not only upon theological slum dents and young ministers hut upon nil who preach the Gospel and ell who exhort in meetings and nil of you h you are doing your duty Do you exI hurt in prayer meeting lie short IIIIII spirited Do you teach III ItibIe elassS Though you have to study every night be interesting Do you accost people on the subject of religion in ttheir hornet or in public places Study adroitness and use common sense The most graceful anti most beautiful thing on earth is time religion of Jesus Christ and if you awkwardly present it it ia defamation We must do our work rapidly and we must do it effectively A dying Christian took out leis watch and gave it to a friend and sold PukeI that watch I have no more use fur II Time is at an end for me cud eternity begiiiK Oh my friends when out wateh has ticked away for us the lust moment and our dork htts struck fot us time lust hour may it be found we did our work well that we did it in the very best way stud whcthiT we preached the Gospel in pulpits ot taught Sabbath elastics or admin tered to tilt sick an physician or bar gained its merchants or pleaded the lmv as attorneys or were busy lu art intuit or husbandmen or mis mechanic 01 were like Martha enlied to give a meal to a hungry Christ or like Hannah to make a eoat far a prophet or like Debo I rah to rouse the courage of sonic timid Itarak in the Lords conflict we old outwork In such a xvny that It will ulniid the test of judgment And in the long procession of the redeemed tint muck around the throne limy it be tanI d thai there are many there brought IJ iIlC through our Instrumentality Mid In whose rescue we exult Hut 1 lii mine of us whc are Milli unsaved wilt for that religiout discourse of the futuiv It may com a Mi1 our obsequies It mommy ooiui after the stonecutter has chiseled own name on the slab 50 yeais before 0I nut wait for a great steamer of the Cunard or White Star line to take you off the wreck but hail the first craft with however low a must mind how ever small a hulk and however poor n rudder rind however weak a captain Better a disabled schooner that conger up in time than a fullrigged brig that comes up after you have sunk Instead of waiting for that religion discourse of the future It may be 40 50 years off take this plain invitation of a man who to hue given you spiritual eyesight would be glad to he called the spittle by the hand of Christ put on the eyes of a blind man and who would consider the highest compliment of this service if at the dose 500 men should start from thess duotH saying Whether he be a sinner or Jlol know not This one thing I knew whereat I was blind now I see Swifter than shadows over the plain quicker than birds in their autumnal flight hastier than etgles to their prey hie you to ft sympathetic Christ Tire orchestras of Heaven have stning their instruments to celebrate your rescuetAnd many were the voices around th throne Rejoice for the Lord briars back tlU wJt fT L PROTEST BY SHERMAN td McKinley Former 5f rctnrr e- State tt Condemns Prculdents Philippine Policy lion John Sherman although polls ically Uns one dead yet spcnketh lie has broken silence to say tint he has not changed his views concerning the Philippines He does not want to be considered as unfriendly to the administration tint not being his sentiment but he is still opposed to the idea of this country holding the Philippines and subjugat ing the natives lie is firmly of the belief that we have no business in the is landsWhen the expansion idea fired the country Mr Sherman was criticised fo his stand against n policy of conquest in the Philippines and was called un patriotic because he refused to see the wisdom or justice of taking possession of territory to which we were not rightly entitled Now ho thinks there has been n revulsion of feeling nnd in evi dence of this he mentions the receipt of a number of letters front men of high standing In public life who wore at first disposed to criticise him for his Philip pine views but who now cheerfully acknowledge that through moral eon viction they arc forced to agree with him It can hardly be sail that Mr Sherman Is in President MoKlnleys confi dence The circumstances under which the venerable Ohio statesman entered fluid left the presidents cabinet tend to prevent any confidential or even cordial relations between the two When Mr Sherman says he thinks the president has crone to the sober see and thought and is now disposed to avoid further bloodshed In the islands and will readily submit to any honora hie arrangement to tic end of reestab listing peace it should be taken as what Mr Sherman thinks the president ought to do rather than whnt President McKlnley thinks about it himself Mr Sherman says we have no moral right to cede the Islands to another power because they do not belong to UK We have not even the right to claim the islands by conquest because we have not conquered them We have no more moral right to claim the Philip pines than we have to claim Cuba We cannot govern the Filipinos according to our standards because they have their own customs habits nod laws and have sympathies In common with the AngloSuxon It will be Impossible for us to hall them in subjection without forge armies there cnUtlllng an enor mous expenditure of money Hut what would Mr Sherman have us do under present conditions His peen in that we should withdraw our troopn gradually or at once and turn the Islands over to the natives In stead of sending soldiers let us scud statesmen to the Philippines then who ran assist the islnndcrn to establish n i substantialt t J republican government with which we can easily secure trade treaties that will give us all the privy ileges and profits of possession without the responsibilities thereoft It mightt be well for this country to hold n naval station in till island of Liion butt Aguinaldo Is willing to give us that He would very willingly form n close friendly alliance with this country mid concede every reasonable privilege we might ask for When President McKinley reads this opinion of his former secretary of state he will undoubtedly congratu late himself that the venerable suites man is neither in the cabinet nor in the rnntc Were he still chairman of the cnatc committee on foreign affair the proposed joint resolution declaring the I purpose of the Inlted States to hold I I the Philippines would striket a snag in tie committee room Cleveland Plain I Dealtr I NOT YET TESTED Tu People llnvo xnl Vet limned VIII on the AiliiiliilHtrfilloiiN 1111II of lpouNlun That the administration should not I have been ails tto make a bettor show t ing than that of the elections In 12 t stales Is n fact full of nlgnlflcanee shearing J upon the presidential contest f IPIOO It Is claimed by the administration party and by administration organs that n majority of the people of thltlcountry are iIn favor of the presidents pollIIC American expansion into tillII eastern hemisphere Where do they line an expression of this sentiment in the recent elections In Massachusetts where the fight was mode almost exclusively on the expan sion issue time democratic party made surprising gains Ohio was held for the president only by the exertion of all the administration influence In no stoic 1 of till 12 did the vote uliow tint the presidents Philippine policy strengthened the republican party cxpanhilltory will come clearly before the pic of all the states in 1000 proC reason to believe that the popular vote will pronounce unqualified public con policyThegreater confidence than ever that the people of this country ore notyet ready to repudiate American principles for the gain of foreign territory or the gov rnment by force of weaker peoples Jt Louis Kcnublle f i WHAT BRYA SAYS f The tlctaocrntle Lender Takes N Hopeful View of the Sit station W T Bryan gaveto the press as ear tended statement summing up there suits of the elections in different states In Massachusetts and Pcrinsylyanla where the democrats reafllrmed the ChK cago platform he finds that they have ti made gaits while in Now York and New Jersey the republican vote shown a falling off Ohio is summed up ns follows What consolation can republicans dray from the Ohio election Mr Hanna in cured the nomnlntlon of his candidate for governor upon a platform Indorsing the re+ publican Administration and while the re+ pluralllytrof about WOOO over McLean McLean andt Jones together have a majority of some thing like 60000 over the republican candi S date McLean ran upon a platform emphatically Indorsing the Chicago platform and condemning trusts mllltarUm and Im perialism nml ho rondo a gallant fight against great odds Ohio la the homo of the president It in the home of Mr Hanna chairman of the republican national corn x mittee Fontmaatom ull over the United States were urged to contribute money to save Ohio Mr Manna took the stump him self and called upon the republicans to sup- Port the ticket and Indorse the policies ot the administration And yet In spite ot all that could bo done Mr Jlannaa own county was carried by Mr Jones and the re publican party which had n majority of nearly COOOO In 1S36 la now overwhelmed by a majority approximating 60000 The Jones vote Is antirepublican Mr Jones himself has made an open tight against Mr Manna and his methods and the republican party has turned Its batteries against Mr Jonca and lila followers Iowa South Dakota and Kansax re sults are passed over with brief para graphs ns not of leading importance On Nebraska he says The Nebraska campaign was fought on national Issues and the fusion candidate for judge received about HOOO this year nd against 3000 last year tOt the fusion candi date for governor and 1000 for the fusion electors In 1S30 and the fusion candidate for judge In U97 Assistant Secretary of War Melklcjohn came from Wuithlngton to plead with the voter lu uphold the prosl louts policies Senators Thtirstnn nnd llnyward were on the stump warning the people not to repudiate the president Sen ator Kalrlmnks and other prominent re publicans from outside limo state lent their IniliiiiKo hut notwithstanding the efforts put forth by the republicans the fusion forces gained a signal victory Their candidate Judgo llolcninl carried live of the loll rllIlolnl districts out of the six und lost the remaining district the Flrat by only 1000 Tho fusionists made a net gain of tlino district Judges and a largo gain In county olllccra- Mr Hrynn continue Taken ns a whole the election return from till lime states give encouragement to those who hope for the overthrow of the re publican party In 1900 U la evident that thoie who bellowed In the Chicago platform In ISOtt still hellcvo In It It I li also evident that tin hostility to the Chicago platform among those who opposed It la not na pronounced us It was In 1890 It IN apparent ulna that there la a growing hostility to tho monopolies which have grown up under a repuhllran 1111 111111 lilt 1111101 It la safe to say that till American people would liy a largo majority pronounce against tho attempt to raise tin standlni army to 100000 men anti It Ix equally certain that upon it direct vote upon the issue a largo majority of tho pea pie would pronounce ngulnst nn Imperial istic policy which would develop hero u colonial nystrm after time pattern of Euro peon governments repubIlcnns repubIlrnne llclctit to Indicate that the people are not snthlledl with the republican policies It may oat have been suillclenl to stay limn courso of tin rcpuhllcaii party toward plu tocracy gad toward ICuropcnn teen of a government built upon force rather than upon tin eminent of the governed a goy ernment relying for Its safety upon n largo Mtundlng army rather than upon u citizen soldiery COMMENTS OF THE PRESS Nut orully Hnnnii will say I limit ii prophet is not withoutt honor except inthis own dI y Pittsburgh Post + lion Marcus Moneybags Hanna has nothing to crow over in the resultii In Ohio lie has received his warning M Illinois State Register McKlulcylsm was Indorsed by the minority and repudiated by the major ity vote of Ohio That fen pointer for 1100 Kansas City Times If the president is really no de lighted at the result of the recent sissy flans the fart cannot he denied that II taken very little to please lent8bLouis Republic The nut l ndutinlslrntion vote in Ohio in about 50000 greater than the ad ministration vote McKlnley old llan j nn are entitled to all the comfort they get from this fact ToluiiibnsPoRt t It Is a wonder dyspeptic repub lican organs lire not attributing the big b nnllMcKlnlcy vote in Jtoston ton belief tan the purl of most of Us inhabltanta that the administration Is directly re sponsible for the beau famine UL Louts Republic A politician in heat known by his neighbors stark llanna lives in Cleve land When he 6ny that there was a 1ti glorious victory in Ohio he docs not care to dwell on the returns from Cuy v nhogn county In which Cleveland is situated Tho senior senator from f Ohio fares bctttr In the ballot boxes the homeChicagohronicle VO Coal in up clothing is up fuel IH Atroltrusts are taking advantage of iberaUlY r err upward jii ot priers to raise VJ ST31 43 pries of whfnthim hfncto idaI lets have nbo in then war tItwho work for t champ to breal kow Toledo U y tx p rq La1- I j = Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by lc Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dls courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor druggists one by and cheerfulness soon disappear the kidney are out of or diseased Kidney trouble has become so prevalent It is not uncommon for to be born afflicted with kidneys If the urinates too if the scalds the flesh or if the reaches an age It should be able to control the passage Ills yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon It tho cause of thedlfflculty Is kidney trouble and the first should be towards the treatment of Important organs This unpleasant trouble Iis due to diseased condition cf the kidneys and bladder and not to a as most people suppose Women as well as men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same remedy The mild and the immediate of SwampRoot Is soon realized It Is sold L F Fby and In dollar fifty You may have a I sample bottle mall when order that a child weak child often urine when child when step these a habit great effect free also pamphlet tell nomo of flnwupnoot ing all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial Iletters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper OOUNTrJEVS NOTES carTo insure hierloii AU torro8 tmndencu iniiHt bo in this ollice by A Monday night of each week andi that nearby on Monday looming t Our corrcHpondenta derelict in duty and wo want to say that henceforth they will not receive paper except fur the week they have news letter Wo liT t dependent upon them for the news rued when they foil to send in their favors 1 they put us to Brent inconvenience 1t =CAMPTON SPARKLES J N Vaughn und family huvo movud to thoir nowly purchaaud farm near Luxington Floydii Byrd and John TnlHon and John Napior uttoiulud tho JJeiittyvillo court Mrs G HStnmpnr and children hivvo returned from n lengthy visit to MrsStnmpora pnrontsnt Vance burgh Ky byRevholding n series of mooting at the Boar Pon school house S D Floonor Jeweler and Gro corymmi of Jackson visitotl town i several dayslast wookand attendod tho auto holiday closing exorcises at tho K W S IFriday night Attorney A Dl Lykinsand fam ily will move to Walnut Grovo af tor tho holidays to rosido and in connection with law MrI Laykins will dovolopo tho coal1 1IIml timber on his farm near that coining mot ropolis Town Marshal Edgar Pork of Irvine who was assassinated thorn last wook WitS well known hero and his tragic death was received withsorrow among tho friends ho had made horn as a frequont visitor to our court as a witness in tho HOBO murder case Tho races for county offices bo fore tho Democratic primary will begin to warns up soon Jailor Iko Combs will ask to bo his own successor whilo our sheriff and f clover A T Combs is mentioned for county judgo in which event ho will have tho sumo popular follow ing so characteristic of his former races Squiro Bud Duff and C C Fulks aro talked of for county at torney While thoso aro all pop ular and capable gentlemen and that such offices are to ho filled vot tho rnco most interesting to k Wolfe countuins will bo that of our very efficient county attorney and r g8tnmpor ination for congress Wolfo county has never boon favored with tho ourkhalls of congress though at lilt times standing united nUll enthusi astic for tho favorite sons of other countios and whoa it comes ask ing this honor and presorting such worthy material as courses Mr Stampors brain and system titis but fitting that such recogni tion should be given to tho loyal f r ty of our Democrats and our can didato to allow tho county to bo r ftij thy mother of our uost congress f tSt e r i+ r x lfLiI A 1 IViIJt JtI r nun Of c nrse Wolfe will stand by its candidate to the last and outside of its borders is found such a following for Attorney Stamper that will make him the most prob able nominee He has assurances of a hearty support from all over tho District and justly fools elated over his flattering prospects His services for two terms as county attorney of Wolfe have boon eminently satisfactory and has dovel oped in him through qualifications to guard and promulgate the in torests of our district in the coun cils of our national legislation and his nomnition and t lction would but be n coming tribute to merit whore merit invincibly ox ists SiMiKU RKX MIZE MITES lames Little has gone to Mt StoringMrs Furgoson of this place iEH ill nt this writing Mrs Jane Caskoy was tho guest at Mizo Sunday tho 17th J A Oldfield and sun made a lying trip to Hazel Green Mon day Miss Lillio Rose of Lucy crook is visiting hor grandfather Undo San Cecil Rov Charley Johnson will hold uvula service Sunday night at Old Grassy All uro invited Thoro will ho a hox supper at Old Grassy church Thursday night the 28th for the benefit of tho church Everybody is invited to conic Undo Snmio Cecil is very poorly ut this writ ing11nd iis not expected to get well His sister Mrs Nan Swango is staying with him while ho is so low J T Perry N JR Fngato Leo Rose Mary ROPn nester Bishop Lillio Horns and Mrs Mary Rose attended tho entertainment at I Contervillo Saturday tho 10th All report an onjoyablo time Mrs Clay Lykins who has boon confined to her room for about two months withconsumption died Thursday morning tho 14th inst at her ho no Sho leaves a husband and one little girl about threoyearsold and a host of friends and relatives to mourn her lost She wjis buried at the Old Grassy graveyard Friday evening Wo extend our congratulations to th bereaved ones- Duc10 19 YKI LANE NEWS By an oversight this correspond ence was omittod last week Miss orilda Sowoll wont to Campton Wednesday Dr J R Carroll of Lou City was in our midst ono day this week W II Govodon of West Liberty interviewed our merchants Thurs tiny Loulio lElkins and brother San uel visitedI relative on Lacy creek Saturday and Sunday Tho funeral of Mrs Nancy Hanks was prune hUtl at tho Baileyi tiold school house Sunday by Dr G W Center Rot W F Tyler of Vortex passed through ono day this wook 6r o ntwork1o up in tho moun twins Mr and Mrs Isaac Klkins went to see tho hitters father S N CecilI who is very ill and his re COIr is very doubtful- F C Hollon has bnon very ill for a fow days from the effects of drinking cherry bounce pepper mint and cinnamon Lot this bo a warning to all young moo Doc 000 REx ANTED SEVERAL PERSONS Font District Oflke Managers in this state to represent me in their own anil surround iuc counties Willing to pay yearly 000 payable weekly Desirable employment with unusual opportunities References ex dialled Enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope S A PAIIK TO Caxton Uuihl lug Chicago 20Cin d GO YEARS- rEXPERIENCE I I i irTR iDtSIQNSi I COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone vending n sketch anti description I quickly aiecrtaln our opinion free mnII Intention III ptxihnMr pntpntnMo Ions stdctlreouadenttal handbook on Patents soot frees Oldest necncjr for necurtnirtiittcntf- 1atcuts taken thrnueh Munn A Co rccolT tpttM notltt without chnreo In tho Scientific JInie kan A handsomely llluitrstM weeklyTtrRest rltv culntlon of nor Kdcnttflo W a ycart four months It 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