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T Z = iI u 4 = w n tTtlE HAZEL GREEN HERALILTT J E KII t JT m n r OEellkFIFTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 28 1809 NUMBER 10s- 61YENOEIt T r m tOwnar OTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in tho Kentucky Mountains 16B Always PEK m1Ati I I Sweet Bells Jangled Out of Tune and Harsh Shakespeare description fits thou unds of Women They are crosa des nondent sickly nervousl burden to themlelves and their families Their sweet dispositions are gone and they like tho bells seem sadly out of tune hut theo is a remedy They can us- eMcELREES Wine of Cardui I It bringo health to the omnnly- organism and health there means well poised nerves calmness strength J 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 to restore weak women to perfect health and to make them attractive druggistsFor ial directions address giving symp toms The Ladles Advisory Department The Chattanooga Mcdt- t tine Co Chattanooga Tenn BET J W SMITH Cnmdetj 8 C- afytMy wife used Wine of Cardul at home for w falling of the womb and It enU ely cored BODE HARDWARE COMPA- NYWHOLESALEI HARDWARE bOAT lnT CINCINNATI O Reference J Taylor Day Hazel Green f JA WAITftBEE M De Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY 1 IfiTSurRory and obstetrics a specialty I SILAS B KA8H M D i ii 1PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON r HAZEL GREEN KY r Office at resilience and calls answered at r all hours Obstetrics n specialty k DRY GOODS CARTER COMPANY IMIORTFKS ASH DKALFRS IX ft T 0 OrtiQ7 AND NOTIONSLOUISVILLE KY Reference J Taylor Day Hazel Green J TAYLOR DAY Wholesale and Retail dealer in General Merchandise Lumber Real Estate c Also President Hazel Green Fair r and Driving Park Association and the 111FarmeraExchange f 1 t HC ROBINSON OF BEATTYVILLE KY WITH IL SBC nirauHSrrtoennTOlt Kentucky Cider Vinegar Works LOUISVILLE KY I Your patronage in respectfully solicited 4 j i1tdt f tlIIllt 1WICIIETtR KY R iNn WIT ERSPOO President RD HUNTER Cashier i4 Eaiiup Capital 20000000 kiL Surplus 6000000 r 7 mere4at f v eralJjr 1 throughout Eastern Kentucky a P8ra Its customers every facility and Moat liberal tents within the limits of lfUmatt banking oot18lT + r1- p j a aS rti4 STRAY SHOTS Jas Fnllor of Cincinnati sMiclf Ins regnrdstohia mountain frionda O o 0 Daniel C James of Hushton IIIIS erecting a nice cottage ort farm purchased Inst year e o Cattle sold at Indianapolis re contly at 715 per hundred Thori is no demand for poor grades of stock o v no- rlo Mississippi river is the low pst in years and salt water from the gulf is running up stream for over 150 miles 0 o o Mrs Frank Trimble of Mem phis is dangerously illund a this writing doubts of her recovery are entortainod o 00Broom corn is 200 per ton aa l result of tho trust The Kontuck farmers in Illinois sold at from 00 to 80 per ton which is a fair price ordinarily o o o J G Trimble jrt who has boot in Memphis for sovoral months loft last week for Mt Sterling He shipped homo 700 head of South ern cattle- o o o Your writer was agreeably surprised by running on to a camp elf Kentucky door hunters in Misses sippiwhile inspecting a 10000 i acre tract of timber lands I hunted with them two days and saw four door and a number ol wildrturkoy At night the wolves howled and the panthers oriel around the camp while the boys stacked the poker chips and recounted the stories of the chaso A young man from Louisvillo got lost and wandered in tho swamp till after midnight when ho was found completely exhausted by frightaudfrom running from place to place Tho next day his foot wore swolon out of proportion and I loam since his too nails have como off The camp is located in a forrost of over 80000 acres and in many places the cane is so dons as to make it almost impassible for a dog Our Thanksgiving din ner was ono yo editor would go in raptures over and consisted of wild turkey venison tenderloin with all dolicasios of tho season fclovon deor woro killod in ton days which wore shipped to Bowl jug Green whoro tho hunters lived This was their tenth annual hunt and they are as good a sent as over scuttlod a ship or cut a throat- J H S Doc 0 Lick Log Miss The fact that an assistant socro tnry of the interior a man as close to McKinley as tho lIon Webster Davis is now on his way to the Transvaal should not bo lost sight of by the public It is claimed ho visits that country for his health but it strikes tho ordinary observer that South Africa is a very unhealthy place for AngloSaxons just at present Wo believe his visit was prearranged and designed to show to Europe the compact be tween this country and Groat Britain for tho purpose of intimi dating any Europon power from interfering in behalf of the Boors There appears to bo very clear evidence that postmasters in Utah have boon nppointed by McKinley who nro charged with boing polygamists yet when an offort was made in the house of roprefien tn lives for an investigation of those charges the Republicans promptly voted against it Of courso tho proceedings to remove Roberts Tho incon show no abatement sistency of tho Republicans is thus nude plain to tho country It is said that one train on n ortain railroad carried 890 jugs of bugjuico and dumped thorn off at a town in this statebeing- ho terminus of tho road on last iaturday l- w I TEETSBAUSELL Ono of Lobanons Charming Maidens Married Miss Hannah daughter of tho senior editor nuda sister of tho junior editors of tho Vows was married Monday morning to J P Toots of Kentucky Wo clip tho following from Tho Outlook t- On the morning of November 28 Miss Hannah Bausch of this place and J P Toots of Kentucky woro united in matrimony at tho residence of tho bridos parents on East Main street at 8 oclock The marriage was quito a surprise to Lebanon as tho intention of bride and groom have been kept so very secret that not ovon Dante Rumor thud an inkling of it The young people fearing objections to the union halt planned an elopement to which no ono savo themselves wore cognizant Monday night Mr Touts arrived but tho matrimonial intontions were discovered Tho consent of the father and mother was sought and eventually granted At eight oclock tho following morning in tho parlor of Mr Bansolls home amid an assemblage of friends tho bride attired in a becoming costume of blue with white trimmings and the groom stood up to take the sacred vows of marriage Rev I Martin pastor of the Methodist church administering thorn Almost immondiatoly following tho ceremony tho happy couplo loft for Cleveland whore they took the cars for North Carolina whero they will spond a few weeks after which they go to Norfolk for tho winter Mrs Toots expects to return to Lebanon short timo dur 1ing the holidays Her many friends in Lebanon deeply regret to give her up and their best wishes for her happiness go with her Mr Toots is a stockholder in Toots show which has such widespread popularity whorovor it goes You Aro a Democrat and of cnutpe want n democratic newspaper THIS CHICAGO DISPATCH IMB the Grent Democratic Weekly Newspnper of the country It advocates the re adoption of tho platform nnd the rcnoin ination of William Jennings Bryan There has never been a political cam paign that will equal in importance that of the one to be fought next year The republican pnrty backed by the money power of this country an1 Europe Itl alert and aggressive Flushed with lire victory of three years ago it will seek by every means In its power to maintain iu supremacy Democrats must bo up and doing They must wage nn unceasing war upon their enemies In no better and more effective way can this be done thnn by the circulation of good HO ami democratic newspapers Tho publisher of The Chi cnco Dispute will wend to every now subscriber for three months a copy of The Chicago Dispatch for ten cents If you are not nlrcndy taking this great political weekly send in ten cents nt once You should not only do this your self but you should induce all your friends to join with you little ef clubfort you can easily rac n of ten or twenty sob+cribers The Chicago Dispatch is indorsed by William Jennings Uryan and other dem ocratic lenders Addess TUB CIIICAOO DISPATCH 120 and 122 Fifth Avenue Chicago 111 One of our merchants remarked just before lams That ho had sold seven hundred pounds of candy What a lot of children wore made happy on that amount ofsweetness r I s Academy Rotes K M Rose spent Christ lBS at his homo in Leo City D L Roberts wont to Hindman to spond tho holidays at homo spondin Hiram Clay Brown loft Friday for his homo noar White Oak to spend his holidays 0 P Garnott is spending his Christmas vacation with his pa rents in Owonton Tho rooms for tho Academy boarders are well und comfortably furnished with now furniture Noah Cisco wont to Morgan and MngofHn counties during part of the holiday season in tho interest of tho academy Evoryparontandguardianahould put their children in Hazel Groan Academy at tho beginning of the next turin January 1 1000 Prof Cord accompanied by Noah Cisco spout a few days this week in Monofoo county soliciting pupils for Hazel Green Academy Misses Eva Holtnan Mattio Cord and Sudio Harrison are spending tho holidays with their parents in Powell Mason and Fleming count ties Plans for the now buildings of Hazel Green Academy will bo por fected early in tho now year that work may bo begun early in tho springExaminations wore hold last week at tho academy Many of tho pupils havosocurod good grades Bomo failed to pass but the major ity did well Tho range purchased for Both any Lodgo boarding house is the largest over brought to this section I of the etato It weighs more than seven hundred pounds I A Porter Taylor who has boon in Hazel Groon Academy Binoo Septombor loft Thursday for his homo in Lexington After the holidays ho will outer a medical college in Chicago w The top of a desk from Norwich University Vermont in which Ad miral Dowuy had cut his name while a student thoro sold in Boston tho other day for 25 Oklahoma wants to Mitor tho Union an a state and will begin at onco to lobby for tho HUCCOSH of tho Hchonio Fifteen yours ago tho territory wan grazing land for roaming cattle TO CUKK A COM IN ONK 1 AY Take Laxative Jtroino Qiiinino Tablets All druisgiatH refund money if it fail to cure 20c rue genuine Inn L B Qon each tablet- Fon SA11Thu Nicholasvillo omocrat weekly on easy torms apor is paying a nico dividend tad hits a good circulation among tho boat people Throo presses a Vnshington Hand Press a Univor ial on which rho Democrat is now printed and Gordon jobber Vbundanco of news and job typo 11 imposing stones 150 news and job cases 2 cabinets racks chairs alloys furniture and uvorythiag loedod in a firstclass office Now gasoline engine Paper is doing n 1ood business Only reason for selling is the fact that the owners going into othor business Address W II HAKIUS Nicholasvillo Ky SOlid ono dollar to tho Frank fort Daily State Democrat und got hat paper during tho entire sos sion Full proceedings published mch lay and particulars regard Jig tho contests for state oflicos Coughed 25 Years I Buffered for 25 years with ought and spout hundreds of dollars with doctors and for mduicino to no avail until I used Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey This remedy makes weak lungs strong It has Raved my UfeJ B ROBBKIL Srnntsburg Ill JI yJ n i G An THE KELLAM F r Jry 5 1 MERTMTINECANCER j i E 5 i I i J I I K v f r ti r i A positive nnd permanent sure fur ale qrlm tialMlead i of- ifenrlncheorNeurnlglac txw r 1by1 paper mentioned The moro Fro licadnchcs tire rc nirlly 1 wiltIbemnrieotly mired Sold by a1 drugglut JIlTY iU CENTS A BOX V rt The Dr Whitehall Meg COJo SOUTH BEND IND jIDont forget that you can ltaYiI tbej PRtcIJIJEJtAtDoneU 1 It 1 V advance and besides W1 MV Mthe Farm Journal untlltW Pt ii rear of 19OD tI 7 i fflfi r- y v r 5 V r t of t d 4 t tr JAt 1I L f i JUDGE iOKEy JusticexBY M QUADLaprriabtaly i The fast case on the docket to day said sludge Iloke of Sandy lend as he opened a book of the statutes of Wyoming and a family IHble and lighted his pipe is that of HopLee vs Tom Shnngcr This 3erc HopLee runs n washhouse down by the creek and while his wishing is like his looks ntithln to hrngof he does well enough for the times we live in HopLee is likewise a heathen and its n question of whether he has got n soul to be saved but tinder the Htatoots Ills got the same rights as any of IIH and its my dooty to sec that he gets a plumb sqnar show Tom Shangcr the defendant in the rase said ills honor as he motioned toward Tom with his pipestcm has lived around yerc fur a couple of years and we nil know him When Im1 off the bench and behind the bar of my salons and jest plain 11m Iloke I aint pnttln Tom cither ahead or behind the average lies a critter with hie good and hind pints When Im on the bench same as stow I thmt think he amounts to any great tdiakcs and Im nllns wonderin why he dont hunt fur a change of climate When you bile tthe case down Itt n consumed heathen vs a GuruI pore white man timid I dont propose to make racy great fuss over It Let us git at the facts in the case This court hits hit told that in the Cant they dont keer a kuss fur facts I but chuck out the law till everybody IIIIK had enough and is willing to quit Im runniii thing a ilectle diUemit at Sandy Itetid Im sorter mlxln law fuels jrMlcc heatluiu and u Iilti i folks together and then eomiii to a decision which neither side kin kick III right Tom Mianger Itrade n shovel fur a shirtt Thats like Tom As iII MeIlIIIIIXIIhdI IIho1I IIIgisI III It wil be contempt of mart nnd Ill raUe him out o tilt game When he guts the shirt he dinldvcr that It ought to he washed Some min would hev taken n bar of Soup and gone down to till creek and rubbed away I t I Shnngerantirites the garment up to HopLee and puttln on his swaggcrcst style he tlZl fire you blamed walleyed son of a heathen washcc this shlrtee plenty goodee and mighty nice and Ill drop around after It In two days TliCKc lire facts which no one Ills pates said his honor as he tturned over n dozen pages of the lllble to strike a new chapter Leastwise this court hasnt heard em disputed and dllJsrO1house fur his shirt liop Lee greets him with n smile of welcome The shirt has been washed told Ironed nllliI dried and Is limit In its owner Now arisi the question of pay Thure are critter mil Ssndy llcnd who never put 1 on clean srnrts there are others who 1 wash their own at long Intervals there ure others still who argy tint a heathen ought to be mighty proud to fitrash a white mans shirt free gratis fur nothln Tom ShangiT Is one of the latter elm He was fur takln tluit shirt away without handin over any dust but HopLee tiles an objection Ills eyes are on the squint his knees knock together and hed sooner eat a f rat than a rabbit but he aint washin nlrts fur the fun of the thing Hes rn t in blness to make his pile and go had to Chluy and run a duo farut and his motto Is No payee no ihlrtce In z Athe language of high society Tom sShnigtrIis turned down fur 15 vents We lies got our facts anti now fur sti they calls evidence IFacts and tt vhV nee nicy UP nil one puddtn In the trttyti but It aint so ym We want it KittifIv one of thorn to stand out fur itI1 i1 c j ji +t i ii I self The evidence goes to show that Tom grabbed that shirt to take It away and that HopLee also grabbed it to hang on till his washhill was pall The plaint I IT cant talk the English language fit rut coyotes to listen to and the white man is a liar from way hack Jlowsmnever we kin Imagine how it was They jawed and jawed and tit and fit They knssed each other and abused each others relations Himehy as they kept it up the nateral result follered There was a rip and n tear and Tom Shanger hind the hotly of the shirt in his hands and Ilop Ice the toll Thats the evidence and now dims what may he called corrohoatlon The Chinytnan brings me the tail of the shirt and a hlack eye and wants justice done and he has only departed when in walks Tom with the hotly of the shirt and slaps it down on the bur of my sa loon and nez Jest look at that will yer and then tell me Is there any jest Ice fur a white man in these digglns- We hey had facts nod rvidonco and eon ohoratbit stud we now cnm to ten timony Theres the shirt and the shirttail The court will now unit Ilop Lee if the defendant offered to pay bin wash bill Him no payee replied tthe China man as he rose The court will riots ask Tom Shan gcr why he didnt put down the dust lIDidnt hev it replied Tom Did you promise to pay at some uIItim Itime I did your honor I spent over an hour tulkin soft soap to tho heathen lint he was sot Jitl hnn clan to II party passI alien a heathen wont take a white minis word fur tft cents Thats powerful Itrue Tom lint I Ilinl ay Im lilamin the hhximin Icathcn so very milch Im tint iiiii- i that very few white men are takin prnmiMs in ilaee of cash Wai wIn Kit in the tltlhll Icy and next follers tilt ieilsion The warrant was fur as sault and battery tutu there aint no doubt alioiit your pnnehln HopLee III tthe eye I aint goin to rest the oust on that punch alone as any of nx Iis liable to swat n Cliinyinan any day in the year Im talon tic hull thing to gether from the time you traded your shovel fur the shirt It was a plan on your part to evade work aural taxes IKin you scrape up five dollars Tom Nut in ten years your honor Wnll then itll be Ill days in jail mill as we haint got no jail this court will apply tilt hint tutu start yon down the trail fur Segarsville and if you show up agin under six months Illl manage to make your heart ache As to that shirt yon Ikin take along the upper half of it HopLee has got money and thnfrgh he brung this suit to git Jestice hell hev to pay the costs In fact he pays six dollars fur what he gits which may lie called jestlce or the tall of a shirt He cant take no great use ollt but he 1 kin nail it tip on the everybodyinto a squinteyed heathen has rights under the law and is entitled to a fair show I dont reckon there will ba any nudghtJest1 defendant nt this stage of the game that should they so fur forglt them selves as to kickI again the verdict and want the case taken ton higher court 1 should hey to look upon it as n per sonal matter and net with my usual promptness Court is now adjourned and anyone else hankerln nrter jestlce uptoSat Ution nightDelayedlie minds his wire acts up forum upsLondon Only one per cent of the telC roms sent over sens arc concerned with family or private matters The rest art commercial journalistic or official L 1 PAY OF THE SOLDIERS The Knnrinonii Kxpoiine Incurred la MnliitnluliiK uncle Sniui- Ami The great expense of maintainingonr irmy nil war footing is set forth In jetail in the annual report of Gcn A IE Hates paymaster general of the army JJuring the past fiscal year there was expended on account of pay of the army the sum of J195j345 a net in crease of 515721723 as compared with similar expenditures during the pre ceding fiscal year The principal time expenditure were as follows Pay of the regular army 31 1 41225 pay of United States volunteers 35 877178 extra pay to volunteers Will with Spain 144303 on account of disbandment of the Cuban tinny 005100 extra pay to regular army Will with Spain 202503 mileage to olllcers 103174 extra mileage tr otllcers national defense 177040 The army called into service by the president under the net of April 22 timid May 11 IS08 aggregated volunteers old regulars over 280000 men ten lates says these soldiers hove been reg ularly paid either monthly or hi monthly during their term of service and in addition the volunteers ex cepting those on duty III the Philip pines have been mustered out of sirs ce and received their final pity The work of the pay department says Jen Mates trout the continence ment of the Slut uish ltnericamu Will to its close timid during the continuance of hostilities in the Philippines in sup pression of insurrection huts been phe nomenally laborious and exacting but tilt olllcers of this department have met every requirement of duty with zeal- and promptitude and to the sat lsfac tion of the nrniy- A suite of war has not been per mitted to interfere with the regularity of the monthly payments except in the Philippines where bimonthly pay meats have been preferred It is gratifying to this department to be able to suite that the peculiar dif ficulties best 1 known to the mustering ollieer and the paymaster attendant upon tilt muster out between Septem air 5 ISHM and the 221 of June ISOJ of over 2HOOIK nlunteer troops have heel overcome with surprising facll itv timid tIll day of their discharge tat IHIII tilt tiny of their payntint Thepaymaster general says that soma of tilt volunteer paymasters while cvlneinir great zealI and intelligence have peen too old to withstand the hardships of military service and he says that under no circumstance should men be appointed to this oflivc who are more than 10 years of age nor until they hate passed an examination1 its to their physical moral fwd tiientr Illness for tilt posit ion According to the report the reft ulnr troops here continued to ttitiki large deposits with the army ipaymas tens and the volunteers have nlsc trailed themselves of the privilege very extensively The soldiers deposits dill ink the past fiscal year amounted to 1100702 more Hum double the umnunt deposited the previous year whet the deposits were greater than ever before in the history of the army The paymaster general recommends I that congress be urged to increase the pay now received by paymasters clerks ten per cent for every five years ol service until it reaches lsno a year mid he also recommends legislation an thoriing the retirement of clerks on halt pay after 00 years continuous serv Iice In a chapter In regard to the cler lealI force of the pity department Gen 1 tales says Too much cannot lbe said regarding the zeal timid1 intelligence of till regu lar trained force of clerks in this olliee No enlisted men or commissioned olli cers of the army have shown more pa triotic zeal for the accomplishment ol the duties Imposed upon them than these old tried sextants of the govern ment The work of these then is such I that only trainedclerks are of great value timid I earnestly recommend that the rules of the civil service be applied to the clerks in till paymaster generalsI lime and that they he strictly adhered 10 Changes III the clerical force for any reason except to I increase efficiency and that upon the recommendation of the paymaster general should never be made Washington Star Calmed ttnNN unit Sinokclmi PoTriler Mr II A Fessenden described at the American association meeting in Au gust a means by which the location of troops using smokeless powder in hut tie can be easily discovered It Is slm ply necessary to survey the landscape through pale red glass The flushof smokeless powder appears strong in red light while ordinary objects are dimmed Hy furnishing fieldglasses with screens of the proper tint the po sition of concealed marksmen like those who picked off our soldiers In Tuba can be detectedYouths Com panion Wanted Kffort When my wife gets to jawing said the man with the frayed cuffs I pre serve n dignified silence Yes I heard about itsold the titan with the blue overalls J heard girltllOtround nu sulldn she ever seen Washington Stab PHRASES ON THE STUMP claw Sonic Fmnlllnr Stock IxprcB IOIIN Usetl liy IolltlcliiiM Cnnic in He UeU About a dozen states wore in the clutches of the spellbinder recently and many wellworn phrases and semi tenets were heard by the voters How some of these phrases originated may be of interest just now ExPresident Clevelands name has gone down into history linked with Ithe phrase innocuous desuetude and his administration should be conduct ed behind glass doors is heard also at times Another county heard from was the comment of the puma graphcrs all over the country when in 1870 the returns from the presidential election were slow in corning in from the doubtful states It was the demo critic nationalI platform of 1S5G which referred to this country an the asylum of the oppressed of every nation but it is seen more now in the liter ature distributed at election time than it Is heard from the platform Andrew Jacksons instructions to mill- Iliters abroad to ask nothing but what is right submit to nothing wrong is still a good catch phrase for candidates for nil olllces We hear a good deal these days about the barb This word probably was coined on the cast side of New York city where a candidate is always asked if he will contribute so nitwit money for the legitimate expenses incident to a campaign Hoodie hits always been associated with the bundle aldermen of New York city The boysthose who make of polities a business continue to use the terns carpet baggers which is henrd in districts in which candidates have lived for only a short time It is a southern word and was used in reference to Ithe northerners who went south after the war and took an active part in politics Many held olllces and others came to pialifyI for otllce by means of n short residence The southerners referred contemptuously to them ns currying their effects in n carpet halt Clean sweeps seen fo often on banners in political pa racks means tilt removal by an oflleial of all the subordinates not belonging to hi political party timid also that nr election will hSII one sdcd that llkt n new broom it will sweep clean The word jingoism is used iriieh in Itritish polities and in the Tutted States is intcndiil to indicate any ad vocacy of national bluster A song la popular in England the refrain of vhieh Iis- tle dont wart to tight but by Jingo It we doVve got till ships weve pot the nun wage Jot the money too The accepted versiona of tilt birth of the democratic rooster iis that in isjo there lived In Indiana a man named Chapman who exercised hin vocal or gans when theret was a democratic victory by crowing On the situation ii friend wrote to him ending with these words Crow Chapman crow As tot democratic emblem the rooster came into use iu iVpJ- We love him fur the cncinfi he has male was Edward S Hraggs tribute to i rover Cleveland in tip democratic convention of 1SS4 lint this phrase hits been adopted on behalf of almost every cimdidnte for rhctivi otlices Tht f ihriiuct The Mai of Destiny always will be attached to Mr ChI lauds name because of his rapid rise front mayor of the cityof Iutlalo in tssi o president of the IIlilted States in 1SS5 On country in lieu intercourse with foreign nations may ski always lie in the right but our country right or wronir was the toast of Commo dore Stephen Uecatur delivered in Norfolk Va in IS Iii and it humus been the toast at thousands of political and other banquets for many years ltIon IIs the sarcastic reference to Senator Thomas C Ilntt This sobriquet was given to him because hI resigned ns junior senator from Vew York immediately after Hoscoe COllIding took the same step bemuse sonic political appointments made by the president were not in accordance with their wishes Chicago Chronicle ItiMtrtiiMitntlvm of Antiquity When we rend of the men who inhab fled the eaves of JEurope at a time when mammoths dwelt on that continent we went to hove gone back to a period so immeasurably remote thnt we can hardly picture in the minds eye the ap pearance which the representatives of our rice then presented Yet according to Prof IK H Tylor the natives of Tasmania remained within the lures ent century representatives of the im mensely ancient paleolithic period Recent studies of the relies i r the Tns manlans who became extinct when brought into touch with modern civilized man show that the workman ship of their rude implements was be low that exhibited by the Drift and Cave men of paleolithic times Youths Companion Another ImltTem ShlA mathematician has figured it out that a man 60 years old has spent three years of his life buttoning hid collar lIeIs that so I wonder how many fears of her life a woman of 45 has wasted In putting her lint on straight Chicago Evening New I fBJmm Mrs Pinkhams Medicine Made a New Woman of Mrs Kuhn LBTTEa TO URL PIKCUAU MO a9a1 It ltdlmywonder1ulUSe of Lydia E Iinkhnms Vegetable Corn alsodifferentwouldtcclbo us bad ns ever For suf1ererand was In such misery at my monthly littlebeloremedicine has made meIgettiredhavedoueyour medicine to all suffering women lids E E Kuiix GERMAXO Onto tt I have taken eight bottles of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound SnnBtho willdotaking your remedies I was very bad with womb trouble was nervous had ambition could myioodnm well and your medicine has cured yonrmcdiclue goMus Twofamous pictures rortramln ferTbreetoDemorestsgreat paper for home life Thou sands subscribe for Demorests as- a gift to their daughters Demo Forfreethebestdone more to educate women ia true love of good literature than any other magazine The special offer of these two great pictures and Three Months subscription to Demorests for 25c Is made for 60 days only Write at once Demorests Family Magazine Art Department 110 Filth Avenue New York HEAD ACHE llotlt my tvlfn amid mil Aelfbavebsea U IIK CASCAKETS and they are the kit tnedlclno wo halo over had In the house Lut week my wlfo was frantic with headache tot twodayi sho tried some of yoiirCASCAHETS and they relieved ttlo pain in her head almost Immediately Vo both recommend Cascaretft- ClIAS STEDEFOIU paICANDY CATHARTIC dTRAD MARK REOISTTRCD Plcasnnt Tnlivtablc Potent Taste Good IJo Good serer Sicken Weaken or Gnpe1O Jift C CURE CONSTIPATION ClrrlUg Hntntf fnmpr1hltnn KonlrrtlI Ntw Y4 A- tNOTO BAO13atd ulllIl1rnnlIYJIJldbr c fIn i2r J Personally JJ- iI Conducted I I California ii I Excursions I ttf Via the Santa Fe Route IrIII S lc3ltnneapolle Twice a week from St Paul and f Once a week front St I ouls andtA 1 y tE 1101011II I Iletter than ever before at lowest possible rates- Kxperienced t excursion conductors 1 flF Also daily service between Chlc to mid CaliforniaiJ Correspondence f T A GRADY 3tanagereattrornia Tourist SftyltIjC The Atchison Topeka d Santa RnaYIi 9 1W Adams Street 11fti DEBullsCOUGH SYRUP Cures Croup and WhOoplngCt Unexcelled for Consumptives OIV quick sure results Refuse ubtltutev Or Bulls Complete Top SnapJlZscureBhiojFISHTACK Double j IIntb Loadtr 9 tN t I IK t i IS R t rThe Currency Question i 0l THE FINANCIAL BREAK DOWN Intl of Vcllnw Metal lichen Much flenror Tlinii ImiiKlniil Sound- S leiii of Iliuuicf l The breakdown of the gold stand and is much wearer at hiincl than most r of Its worshipers imagine says the Jcfferponinn Democrat Since JIanna begun to reign busi ness has become BO mixed up with poly itics that it is well to keep nn eye to windward cud watchful of squalls if not tornadoes that generate in and about Wall street The expansion of what Wall street calls business has been enormous and there Is not enough money to do it with The banks have been in dire strnits for money and it hns only been by the most heroic meas ures that they have kept their reserves up to the legal requirements The contraction of loans has been going on nil the summer end is not yet ended During the month ending August 5 the New York blinks contracted their loans over 40000000 and the reserve Is only about one per rent above the legnl requirements The beaks at the other money centers of the country were but little better off Since that lnto and up to the present time the con traction of loans on stock collateral Inns proceeded mind money has been in such ilcmnnd that as high as 10 per cent has been paid for it Several causes have led to this state of affairs the principal one being the scramble for gold by the finnneiers on the other side of the Atlantic Hurl the return of stocks nnd bonds by Eu ropean investors for IIIton the New York stock exchange mainly because they regarded the price these Mcuritits hnd reached as fur beyond their value end also to meet the loons that had been mule in Kurope when money was n drug in tfimoney centers of this country Thus the expected shipments of Roll to New York did not runic about nnd the hanks and trust cons panics who had been active in financing the rumlimns iissue of trust stocks mold hnd Inucd vmst unummts nn these tvu toed MiMiritics were compelled to begin to cull in thcfc loans and a semi panic ensued That this view of the sit uation is not overstated will be seen by the following statement made by iTnmis III Kecnc October 17 who is one of tie most reliable of the great Wall street gambler Few people know how serious have peen the losses 10 individuals mend firms In nod out of Wall street by too ex tended uuderwritings of the issues of new industrial combinations lately exploded It is well known that with the exception of the first issues the bulk of the flat ntions since have been full ures bringing with such failures wide ii11uionsFlitsor must of them arc absolutely nn fnlnble Had of course valueless as col laterals When one considers thatt in this city alone it is conservatively computed that these underwriting commitments amount to hundreds of millions of dol lars with nucleiwritings for millions in Philadelphia Boston Ilallimore and Chicago the tremendous strain of the situation is revealed If Mr Keenes gloomy view of the situation is a correct one tthe booming financial articles sent out weekly by Pun and Bradstreet must be followed withCcaution by those who dabble in stocks lint itls for the greet majority of the people who do not dolly with the stockticker that this is ominous Their money tthat should be used in the legitimate business fields and aid in giving them a measure of prosperity their savings in the savingsi bunk the small deposits of the modest trader the trust funds of the widow and the or- Phan all these are jeopardized by this trust iinflation anti the investment of their meager savings by the banks in stocks nml bonds that will shrink In Vulture with time water trust securities that Mr ICeetie talks about This unsound sysem of finance which the republican party has forced upon the country In league with the trusts anti Wull street nnd the attempt that wilt IHJ made in the corning congress to fasten the 01of the gold standard more filmlon the necks of the people tmmny be stayed The people must think mind vote for their own interests in exploiting ities Hnnnn MeKlnley nnd their finan orhorntIolts Wall street V ry IriilinlilrI- liggs 1rof Itlivins has n new theory in regard to the burning of Home Hoggs What is itIliggs He thinks some one set fire to the city just to distract Neros at flddllngNNever Repents the Mlittnko When a young mun makes the mis take of marrying too young It is one repeatsChicago 6 4y ifIto VERY MUCH ALIVE AnIniiuc AVc Cnnt Get Itlil OfGold HeliiK INeil for SpcoulnUve lurlllllltM More than threefourths of the peo ple of this country use silver coin for their daily and weekly business trans action and it is attested by those who have made the observations that the same is the case In England Germany France and other countries Moreover fnys C II Itoblnson in Living Issues we know positively that there Is not n gold coin that is not encumbered with n lien upon it for some public or pri lute debt in the shape of principal or interest and that nil gold coin is under the dominion or control of the credit ors True we make a showing of free gold and we rend in the newspapers of its being here and thero sometimes n nan may receive a gold coin or a small quantity of gold coins but he must quickly change them into silver to satisfy i the necessities ami the gold drifts hack again to the source whence it cattle to wit the coffers of the baulks to be ly them distributed to certain well known central locations to be again sent out timid manipulated whcnu profit cnii he mice upon it This IIs the natural elTcet of tilts gold standard the ccntrnllation and control of gold money to be tscd as nn export or rosy port and for speculative purposes Not o with riper which IM lug debased by demonetisation can have no free in gress mama egress because It is n base Mietal and is confined to the uses of the people in their daily and weekly transact ons We hUH in the 1nited Singes in actual circulation in silver dollars and subsidiary silver only about I nOOOOOO and with this nil our com mercial1 transactions tenth great and tied IIMM he enrred on Of course we have sliver certificates of paper exceeding lnnUH0i which latter must be retained in the treasury for ther rilcmpton There lire no paper ccrillcntej representing our subsidiary silver that is actual coin which is used in thousands upon thousands of trans action and it is time only money that millions of people ever see or know anything about In spite of this great necessity we have in circulation hFS than f Hiuuioon of Mibsidiary silver al though till country nuts requiresan amount exceeding 225000000 on the authority of the treasurer of the Inited States This s a curious rensor for the hilarity of certain statesmen who de light to repeat over and over Hgun that the silver question Is dead Instead of being lend it is very much alive hut says the average citizen 1 can taku five silver dollars to the store and buy just as much goods wares and merchandise as I can for a 5 gold piece That is quite true so far as certain things are concerned but when it comes to Imported or protected goods wares and merchandise the dif ference between gold sind debase1 sil tI dollars lurks in the price that must hi paid The situation is tthe same as in the republic af Mexico whose medi um of exchange is entirely silver Mex ican money is ill token moneycoined on private account according ton standard fixed by the government practically n silver standard Yet we can buy as much in Mexico with a Mexican silver dollar as we eon buy In the Inited States with a Inited States silver dollar notwithstanding the actual fact that two Mexican dollars Ian be bad in ex change for om Initcd States silver doll lar Illinois State Register FOUNDER AND FOUNDERER Slory Tli n I IN llrroniluir Common In These Un11 of sold milliard 1roniirrltr The Chicago Tribune tells a little story of village prosperity etc which will hI found applicable In thousands of instances since the dayof McKinley prosperity began to dawn on the United States The Tribune says Yes sir thats the man He started a factory here 25 years ago when this was nothing but a crossroad Ills busi ness grew till he had n shop that em plo Ic1 nearly n thousand hands and this became one of the most prosperous little cities in the state Well 7 Well then he sold out to n trust the factory was closed and all the people moved away from here He founded the town and he foundered It A Strnngc irntlftllll Up till the present time it seems that the bicycle has only figured once In n sculptured memorial of the dead and to n young Rio widow belongs the credit of having originated the lien in this instance She was introduced to her late husband while out wheeling aril therefore when death put nn end to tier marriage she thought it suit nhle to introduce the cycle in her hus hands memorial She accordingly de sired the sculptor to depict her first meeting with her husband bicycles and nil and herself In rational dress in alto relievo on the marble gravestone Time effect IB said not to be exactly artlatio Undertakers He view I e W still More Counterfeiting The Secret Service hat just unearthed another alargesoleverlypersonwouldspuriousThingsimitation notably Hostellers Stomach Wit equalsfordebilitySeeneck of the bottle IrofeBilonnl Curiosity thejudgepored My lawyer is sick and cant conic to tourThe judge took two or three minutes to consider The case may he postponed he said at last if you desire it Uut I see here that you were taken in the act What can your counsel have to say on your behalf yethonor100 Ilctrnrd 100 bCJllclsllltodisease that science has been able to cure in ill its stages and that iis Catarrh llallj Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Cat a rill being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment hails Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the fovylation of the disease and giving the patient strength by iiuiiuiiiK up the cuiiBiiiuiiuii and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so touch faith in its cur tive powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fuils to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists i5c Halls Family Tills arc the best T Snil Cnlimtruiilir Mrs Colds Xugget I cannot see any call rs today Nanette Nanette five minutes later to caller Monsieur I haf ze plaUure to inform you zat PhiladelphiaNorthi AmmericauIiilnee iiu WlirrlM is a somewhat hackneyed term as applied to railroad Mains but it accurately Ill lribllI the Alton Limited the newly equipped day trains of the Chicago Alton If Ruwhich were placed in daily service between Chicago Dud St Louis November 10 ISYJ The equipment consists of standard Chicago A Alton passenger locomotive United States potni car sixtysix feet in length combination passenger and baggage or combination parlor chair cur amid loaehrIIIcngo iv Alton parlor chair fin fct smoking ear Dud Pullman hparlor obscrva tion car each of which iis fcoventy two fort six inches in length Tin training of all these curs is Pullman standard with Kmpirc platCrlll the cars are lighted with electric lights ex wjit the mail cat and combination passenger conch and hnggage nil which arc liglitnl will IintHli gas The windows throughout the entire train are of uniform width the Gothic litfht above being of the new Iuil i iofpldalfrent care has Ibeen UOi1I in the Hclwtion of thelaugisdesign It is claimed that there has never been limit in America a train which has re ceived ns much attention ni to constructive detail AX IIHH The Alton Limited An ex certainlyhenXo matter how proud H man feels of a womans cleverness lie liked to feel that she1 considers him eves more clever than she ic herself Philadelphia Times Iropy treated free bv Dr 11 II Greens Sons of Atlanta Ga The greatest drops specialists m tie world Rend their silver tiiemcnl in another column of this paper It is only in accord with time eternal fitness of things that the crook should always be on mischief bent Chicago Daily News All goods are alike to PUTNAM FADE- LESS DYES as they color all lihcih at one boding Sokt by all druggists Hes n vegetarian iit lie Old the strictest kind He wont even eat oyster plant Philadelphia Record Pisow Cure cared me ofa Throat and Lung trouble of three years stmuidingE Cad llunliiifitoii hid Nov 12 181 Rome people say n great deal but talle- Ylry little Cbicago Daily Ncwu A good i gent Iis n sort of confident man he makes you buy things you mild not want Atdiipon lloh- clitwiltTfere is always room at the top llwettrI suppose so but sortie of im never get near enough to the top ftimid out1own Topics Hello GlubsonlI e Inewer expected to hilibroughtlikelyovertSt wingsbreaststhat a little gravy in nil that is necessary diullerlhiladelphia Moneybagts s Whatdidpromise with you my foot And he youngStandard and Times remarked prospectirein the basement that this cellar leaks hustling nccupedIhilladclphia Dont you wish you had minded me pRddIequency and vigor I wishsaid Johnny paddieII wuz a orfmngOhmho State JournalIAn Atchisonyoungmania raining hit health and his prospects by remaining up every night until 12 oclock he fears that if he does not trams the streets every night until 12 oclock something very remarkable will happen and he will miss it An old ytbatmarkable to happen for a great many years and been disappointed Atcbison Globe a m- Jyt r rIGreenlalli the Eskimo udly there isnt so much money in the hotel bust ness in Greenland ns the volume of travel would indicate The average Arctic ex plover Iis so particular these days He bans to have boot for dinner every day and fresh answerIns ex plorers so much Theyve got to have such experiences as the public taste demands if supposeYesThr HiHi Irmcrlptlnn for Chill and Foyer is n bottlo of Guovns TASTKLCHS CUI111OSICltls simply iron nnd quinine In utastcless form No euro no pay PrlcoBOo I IFuhion ROIgoes right on foreverpaying large millinery billlChicoI To Curt u roll In treesay Talto Laxative nromo Ouinlno Tablets Alt- druggistsrefmidmoneyJf It falls to cure J5c A successful man is one who attracts so muchattention in the world that people consent to abuse him Atchison Globe I For real genuinei sarcastic comment you arc referred to the tombstones in the lery Atchison Globe cemeI How long have you suffered with a a a MARiII Guitar of of ready of i m I x T I 6 at If coated your Is out order will clean your tongue cure dyspepsia right Easy to to 25c All druggists moustache beard A twauUtul mite p m r iMIAtirt ft P Hil NktwuA H msrovKRTt tflleflld cureSWOrrl rues irtlmnnUI anll In tarslloi AtlantUs 25o SAMPLE BOTTLE too NEXT THIRTY DAYS 111 1- ITRAOC How Long Have You Read About u5 Drops Without Taking Them DoOlllot think wasted precious time and suffered enough If so then try the and be promptly permanently cured of your afflictions a speedy Sure Cure for Rheumatism Neuralgia 5clstle Lumbago lame Kidney Diseases Asthma Hay Icier Catarrh of all kinds tlronchltls La Grippe Headache nervous or neuralgic Heart Weakness Dropsy Earache Spasmodic Cojarrhnl Croup Toothache Nervousness Sleeplessness Creeping Numbness Malaria and kindred diseases has cured mote people during the past years of the alwvrniinied disease than nil other remedies known In case of Rheumatism IIt alt the doctors patent Rheumntlstn Therefore wnstn no valuable time money but trj and be promptly CURL i not only the llClllllrldnl but the chcnjtest roratoo bottleI contains JOO doscn 1riec per tmtllr f 100 prepaid by mall cxprcw or bottle for SOO 1or the 30 days we a 25c sample to anyone tendlnir 10 cents to for the mailing Agents wanted Write SWANSON RHEUMATIC CURE CO E LAKE 8T CHICAGO DOLLAR STRETCHER One lady writes thtattlie greatest DoHar or she has ever found JH flew and orlffinaVi C Huhingcr is introducing his latest invention KcdCrosB11 and u Iltihiagcrs Bcl ptarch She says With your I idles Chain Starch received my grocer one large package of Red Cross starch one large package of IIulilnjjirH Best starch and two beautiful Sbakcspcura panels all for HJV my dollar will goo am unable to figure out Ask grocer this larch and obtain the beautiful ClirUtman presents free 1 MAMMOTH I is rude the tion nialiojjany with either solid rosewood fingerboard position dots and German sUvcr raised frets it has fancy in lay around sound hole and best quality American patent heads time top of it strung with a- full set lest quality steel springs and to play upon ON ACCOUNT O- FTHANKSGIVING DAY VIA BIG FOUR ROUTE On November 29tb and 10th tho pop ulnr Big Four Route will sell ticket between nil stations within distance Miles starting point nt rate of ONE and OIETDIRD FARE For Round Trip Tickets will he load for Return to lo oudlnc Icunhar 1 IHUU Information nnd particular nn l rates limits ova rail on Agents Die Four Route or address the undcrxlifiicd BARREN J LYNCH W P DEPPE Oen Pass tt Tkt Act A O I S T An- tCINCINNATI O- FrARTERsiHKa good deep color and does act strata the epee t u r- f W rIai 1 i lI 1 IILook yourtongue I its stomach bad your IIvcr 0 Ayers Pills make your liver take easyroperate Wan jour nr brown or rlrh buck Thrn BUCKINGHAMS DYE WInnIM M a Ca M rDROPSY ghee Hook of lrealmea- lireo Dr It It UUKKNS HUNS n FOR RHEUMATISM jl you have 5 Drops and 5 Drops lt sod back Dyspepsia and S Drops four nut curing moro than ntedlclneselectrielicksandbatlerlesconddneviforlhcycannott ri 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III r Is not till anti moro than wo claim i 8IIprlctS1l1verythined on re eipt of only IOf to partly pay postage or expreaSade and 51 icfnCf G of good faith the iocis allowed on lintpurchase amountin to 144 or above 01 oun MaHTHLV O ItAV ClRIOr LIST UIO DONT RENT ESTABLISH A x 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 Westsletters from farmers and pictures of their homes barns and stock Inter esting and instructive Send 25 cents In postage stamps for a years sub scription to Time CORN BELT aog Adams St Chicago nKADBIlS OF THIS PAPER DKailllNO TO IIUV ANYTHING AUVKIIT1HKI IN ITS COLUMNS BI10ULD INSIST WON RAYING WIIAT TI1K7 Atilt FOIL UKKUBINO ALL SUUHTlTUTKf Oil IMITATIONS I rA N KE 1781 i It v WHEN WHITING Te A9VK Niplease elate that cop mw U4 eI in tiiiiapes vIS irr i w t 0 Ip y J t 1if fyJty e l t tI+ t r rlt i1 y r i altV r- Ffrw t ia 1 HERALD BPJENOER COOPER Editor I HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY December 28 1809 + nnounflemenT + toDlAiyilARD STAMlKK of Campion Wolfe county ni a candidate for Congress subject to the notion of thu Democratic party CONGLEIONWe lo announce J W CONG LETON in u candidate for the office of County Judge of Wolfe countyI KUhJect to the action of the Democratic party JUDQB J E HAIBKU formerly of Bowling Groan Ky nnd ono of tho most prominent Democratic loaders in tho Third Kontucky dis triot which ho twico represented the district in Congress lied at Ft Worth Tox on tho 20th iustI of a complication of disoasos Ho had only boon ill about throo weeks and grow rapidly worse from tho first Judge Halsoll was porI haps ono of tho best known and most popular men in tho Third district a quarter of a century ngoI Ho and his family movod to Texas several yoars ago and had taken an important placo in tho legal profession from tho start Ho was t u candidate for District Judge at tho timo of his death Mr Halsoll I was married throo times his third wife who was Mrs Spencer of Todd county is now living His L first wifo was Miss Smith who died a short timo after her mnrringo nnd his second wifo was tho widow 1 1ofEd Gassom of tho Oakland com munity who only lived a fow years aftor marriage to Judgo liaise MuKiNLKV nominates a Repub lican as tho third member of a board having two Republican member and concorning which tho law says tho members shall not nil be of tho same political party and thou feols aggrieved because tho Honnto sees fit to question tho t propriety of tho selection Mr Bynums thirst for oflico has evi dently led his beneficiary IrI t McKinley into error but cumI paign plodgos should not be paidI with public places and tho senate will do woll if it refuses to confirm tho until appointment UP in Now York state Tom t Platt is beginning to discipline his Teddy Already there is talk ufI na organization nominee for gov presidontial governor CUll bo olectod BO tho senator thinks Accordingly Tod dys grin has become loss pro nounced and ho is showing hisI tooth with a vdngonco MK QUAY no doubt begins to believe tho truth of that saying Blessings brighton as thoy tako thoir flight sinco that eonuto seat is fast slipping away Brother Wanumakor scorns to have worked n bargain counter deal on iit IT is hardly reasonable to ox poet that tho Tagalogs will relish tho kind of rulo moled out to tho = minors inldaholast summer Thoroit is an instance of what militarism will do for u country w Somo other remedy than them Wisconsin Pain Killer will havo to 1 FM bo proscribed for that bad case of tfjJ j- f tionwo11ing4- r southern Republican rcprceontoj I I 1 i r r IJ EDITORIAL BRIEFS Editing an English comic paper at tho prosont timo is not tho noxt thing to begin on Easy street o o o The southern delegates to the next Republican National Convon tion are likely to bo a drug on the market o n o Our Kansas horo would havo crossed Tugola rivor and had his story in tho hands of his publishers long ago o o o- Pormps General Bullor would have done hotter if ho had had a private car equipped with a bath tub and tin administration to re strain him o o o- Wo havo it from tho best author ity that tho lIon Cecil Rhodes who is now penned up in Kimber ly is now firmly committed to tho sooner tho bettor theory o o o Somo republicans express thorn solvos in such optimistic language when talking on the subject of prosperity that wo begin to fear for tho gouty laboring man o o a Admiral Covoras report to the Spanish Navy Department fills a very largo book but ho makes no reference in it to any inconven ionco that may have been rendered him by Admiral Sampson o o 0 It is very evident that tho late General Lawton did not depend on tho typewriter or the newspaper interview for chronicling his deeds of heroism as some of his imita tors in the Philippines do- o o o Now that the lIon Sam Jones of Ohio is to run for congress wo venture to suggest to him that if ho is successful in breaking in ho will find tho Golden Rule depart ment of tho congressional rocord in a badly rundown condition- o o o Oom Paul expressed gratitude to his American friends but ho will not neglect to handout dumdum bullets to his soldiers right along His adage seams to be Pray un ceasingly and keep your powder dry as woll as seeing that thoro is a liberal supply of cold load o o o- Notwithstanding the absurd claims of Sampson and his man Friday Chad wick wo express the opinion that General William R Shafter deserves troll al tho hands of his country for ho managed ono of its most important military achievements and has since very considerately refrained from talk iug nUll writing about it- o o o Tho Civil Service reformers have rigged up n fine argument in favor of tho merit system in reviewing time advancement of Gon Leonard Wood But it must not bo lost sight of that ho did not reach his prosont position through his capac ity to answer intricate and irrolo vont questions propounded by a commission 0 o o Most surely tho senate will not pass tho Mason resolution sympathizing with tho Boors There is a limit oven to hypocrisy and while wo aro doing in tho Philip provonllingI t South Africa it behooves the imII perialists in tho White House theIII cabinet and in congress to at least ii maintain a simulation of consist oncy before the world iI I j j I If your horse or mule hasn lump bunch bone spavino curb splint or any like ailment go to John M Rose and got u bottle of Quinns Ointment which will ro movo tho obstacle tf Money to jmtentKOinl Ideas may betecured by our aid The Patent Record Baltimore Md ROSEfDAVJS TIIE BIooRsIIlitnSs- AND WagOnIIlakBIS0 Have no time to writet an ad this week but desire to announce that they are still at the old stand and ready and willing at all times to do any work in their line for cash or prompt paying customersThose bt ed to the fir- will m please bet considerate enough to call and settle at once as we need money to run our business an must have what is du us ts payour own 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Jtar Orders taken for Ladies FootwearI storeroom I Hazel Green Ky R H BRYAN SAIli MAX roil Pearson Clark WHOLESALE + GROCERS- LEXINGTON KY I QftT 1e I EDUCTION SftLE I= 1yz I= JOWstoUlCnanoBtomakemonego The weather is too warm and we can = not wait rny longer on cold weather F 1 off on every article of CLOTHING = in our house This a great oppor = 4tunity to buy goods at about 50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR = REMEMEEl ourdhigherewe paid out charging you the advance we give = you ONEFOURTH OFF I r 25pep cent off 2 E now the finest and lar = gest stock of FEmE VUWLII 4= in Kentucky Largest stock of FINE E SUITS in Kentucky 1And remember 25 per cent off on = all of them Dont miss this sale tools OL GUS ST8 US- Leading Clothiers of Kentucky 8 8 WANTED 500 MEN Who owe me on account to call and pay same I need the money and can wait no longer Please do not ask for credit if you owe me on account for I can not and will not grant you credit any longer I have dA FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE and will not be undersoled when I get the cash All taxes due me must also be paid now because to indulge you fur thcr hurts us both fallow many will respond to IllYcall I shall wait and see Doors open from 0 oclock a in to Opin Respectfully c H F PIERATT fOOT WAP I I hnvo just received the finest lino and greatest variety of LADIES AND GENTS BOOTS 9 SHOES ever brought to the mountains und having bought them before tho recent rise in leather I am prepared to save my customers money on every purchase they make I want thin lading especially to examine my stock For tho price I can shew thorn u frontlaco shoo that is u- t OltthntfIHospoctfull j S ROSE DAVID Headquarters Ezel Ky 3ti imsFYs SLINGLUFF JOHNS 5 CO WHOLESALE BOOTS + AND + SHOES Hopkins Place HALTIMDKK MD Respectfully solicits n share of tae trade ol mountain merchant IVtKllS Ulcnii mill Nice for milti O11 this untco nt 20 cents per 100 q r n v w Yl o I B AIIOn+ 11 jIttomeyaiLcuw COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY AD Tuuxs PJIOMITIA MADE Rtjfi 101 W JEtFEUsox STKEET LOUISVILLE KY jjj Reference J Tnylor Day Hazel Green y Jon ruiNTiXO Is Tstti ili+ RALD BUST and the chenYa Y r tssa0D S 1 fripfd Ls Rouse liver and cur biliousness scl 1 headache Jaundice nausea Indlgcsf tloa etc They are In valuable to prevent n cold or break up a fever Mild gentle certain they Bro worthy your confidence Purely vegetable they can be taken by children or delicate women- prlcci25c at nil medicine denIers or by malli S Co Lowell Russ fHE HERALD A FARM JOURNAL Great From now to Doe 1903II Offer Nearly 5 Years By spocial nrrnngomont mtido with the publishers of tho FARM JOURNAL wo are onnhlod to offer j that paper to every subscriber who pays for THE HERALD ono your ahead for only 100 both papers for tho prico of ours only our pn per ono year and the FAIt 1 JOUR NAL from now until December 1903 nearly 5 years The FAHM 1 JOURNAL is au old establishod pa per enjoying great popularity one of tho host and most useful farm I papers published This offnr should bo accepted without dolay I Turn over a new leaf Happy New Year to all County court next Monday Christmas passed oil hero very quiet A little child of Andrew Wells on Canoy is quite sick About the best way to got oven with n man is to pay him what you owe him How many new rosolutions will be made and how many will keep them I dChristmasnumerous throughout the state this year Mrs Jack Hingo of Kothwoll accidentally fell at her homo Tuos day and broko nn arm It is rumored that tho Vinegar Trust is trying to absorb tho largo vinegar plant at Paducah Subscribe for THE HKRALD now so that your name may appear on our book the first of tho year Tho longest train that over wont CovingtonSunday cars 4Mrs Win Wallace of Grassy daysiswriting An unknown person fired two shots at the post office door at Hothwell and Russel Tabor barely missed being wounded J II Swango of Terre Haute I Vodnosdllyandfhursdny from hero to Mississippi on legal business James Patton and Hurl an Cisco shot and cut each other fatally on Christmas tiny at White Oak Mor cIreportedlend 11- y 5r Aa LYON Jlt wading Insurance Agent i KentuckyOffices 4 ON THE WINOS OF FAITH A trraycdKneltI trundlebedWith prayedAndI Dear knowAnd meewan close my eyes and go In dreams to papa oer the sea I I hunj his stocking by the side Of mine and niamnws on the tree lad criedAndpapa see thoughtDear youToboughtAnd A soldier watching in Luzon 1upcd slow a weary sentinell He saw the lush of coining dawn And cried the watchword All Iis well I So sudden in the solcmen trash placeIIeAnd felt sweet kisses on his face I Tool MOOKK Samuel Cecil one of the oldest ofDlorgarlon Grassy crock on Monday even lustMrsdeceaseddiodand they leave a large family of children to mourn their loss all of whom are grown and men and women of families among whom wo mention Jd und Oscar Cecil Mrs William Pack Mrs Julia Henry Mrs Isaac Elkinsof Lane and Mrs Joseph P Rose of Lacy crook and Mrs William Murphy J of tho Murphy fork of Grassy lIe was buried at his homo place his remains being laid beside those of his wife In nn altercation near Bad D Roses on Saturday afternoon between Willie Tuft of Campion and Boone Henry tho man who recently shot Sherman Duncil Henry cut a gash in tho back of 1tinchosBut notwthstandingTutt was able to rido to his homo since which our reporter has hoard nothing of him IEvery discriminating person will say that Tho Higgle Hooks adver tised in this issue of Tin HurtAU contain a greater amount of con common son3owoll arrang information than any books they have seen relating to these important branches of farm industry t Tho price of each is l 50 teats free by mail address tho I publishers Wilmer Atkinson Co Philadelphiall James and Silas Picratt broth ors of our young and affable friend Willio H Jloratt are visiting rel atives and friends in this section They loft hero some fifteen years since and have made their home in Texas tho while whore they are engaged in farming t Weed Hall who was shot by Marion Tolivor sometime in Octo i ber lust was removed to tho homo of his brother Tom Hall on Lacy creek lust Thursday but continues t in a critical condition Wonderful are the euros by hoods Surcaiiurillii and yet it is only eCUIiFOI us the ono true blood purifier it makes pure rich healthy Jiffgiving loudi Hoods Pills for the liver nllliI bowels act easily yet promptly 25c The Owonsboro Inquiror had to issue an eightpngo paper for tlwI past two weeks to accommodate its holiday advertisers The merch ants of Hazel Green take nol1ceI there is enterprise Somo ruffians at Cornwall unI dertook to breakup tho Christmas tree at that place which resulted in a general fight The culprits1 were hold to answer before Squire Tuck Ringo Rev Chas French and wife arrived in town Thursday Mr French will porform tho marriage ceremony for his brotherinlaw James James of Lacy creek Homo and Farm a paper pub lishod at Louisville will please except the thanks of THK HBUAM fi r a largo office calandor for tho year J900 Dorth Cnmbell the newspaper man of Middlesboro has taken charge of tho editorship of the Knoxville Tenn Sentinel Your taxes are duo and must be paid now So please call and settle mid save trouble as I collect PIEtoamT D 8 dI I QURC rheumatism by taking Hoods Snraparllla which by mien tralizing pennanentlyTo Whom It May Concern Notice is hereby given that on No JamesHobbsof capandS257 and 8156 11 8 U S Any person or persona claiming said dn8fruml penal sun of 2i0 00 otherwise the directsThis1 II W ATKBSOV D O wHfrLIST OF WATCHES We carry in stock LADIES SIZES Solid Nickel open face Watches fancy dial at 500 plaindialyearshuntingWaltham movements Gol filled open face warranted Companys1Vatcties Goldfilled 20 year hunting cases Waltliam movement 1875 Same as last enumerated in 25 year case 2050 Solid Gold Waltham Watches 2250 to 8500 FRED J HEINTZ Manufacturing Jeweler- LEXINGTON KY I font I No Hills lI I IIII Inn this 11I111t L MRS 8 B KASH LFashionable Milliner i-HAZEL GREEN KY hij I I r I I III L1 1I II I AXTKI SKVKKAL JKIISONS coltIV District Oliict Managers in this saute to represent me in their own mill Mirrotiiui ink counties Willing to pay yearly fUll piiyalile Meekly Desirable employment with U II 11M 111 I opportunities Ilefcrenceg ex changed Enclose Nell add rented Hlniniicil envelope 8 A PAUK 3UO Caxton lluild Itiff Chicago 20 fini GREENBACKS or Government Money At close of our Civil War in 1865 there appeared in the London Times the following If that mischievous financial pol icy which had its origin in the North American Republic during the late Civil War in that country should hcIcome indurated down to a fixture then that government will furnish its money without cost It will have all the money that is necessary to carry on its trade and commerce It willIbecome prosperous beyond in the history of civilized nations of the world The brain and wealth of fall countries will go to North America it THAT GOVERNMENT MUST HE l DESTROYED OR 11 WILL DE STROY EVERY MONARCHY ON THIS GLOBE A The famous Hazzard circular to capitalists in New York and the Buell Bank circular to United States Hank ers both emanating from London and the fabulous corruption fund raised in Englandand Germany estimated at 1500000 were the agents that se cured the closing of our mints against f silverThe II walk into my parlor policy of England during and since the Spanish War is the latest evidence of English Diplomacy in shaping the destiny of the United States Govern ment Notwithstanding the famine price of wheat the Spanish War and fabu lous expenditures of money by our government during the past year gold has increased in value eleven per cent J and all other values decreased in same proportion theII For a thorough understanding the money question or silver issue the Cincinnati Enquirer has uniformly II given evidence of its ability to teach explain and produce all facts and truth It is a paper that ought and can be read by all 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melodious flow Monarch of meadow anti lea It wo could choose would n iitarlesn nUy Or a fret or a Jar or a tear or a sigh Kcr enter thcsu lives of ours Would wo willingly go through Iffeu dovl OILS ways Serene In tho sunlight dark In the hnze Unmindful of Ilcaauros flowcra Ah could we choose wo would miss I thInkJThe strength ot our striving tho towering hrlnkIOf Virtue too hnrd to climb Hut man In his bosom has burled a dream Cod glven and tenderly fitfully Kleam Under tho cnrth mold dud rlllla OllmpHCN of beauty that lure our hearts on Despite of llfon failures out Into tho dawn Of puuco through the temiirrttof pain Ior inaaH but a child and his Icuaon to learn That earths rarest hues tenr bowed muy burn Out of the mist anti rain Kntlicrlno n II union In Dramatic Mag azine I IIII IVlyrllht iM by S 3 AUUurtl CIIAIIlIIIV CovriAUUt hive mlnutcB lat r he was back agrin Tom had not returned and hike gulped down another draught of llcry liquor ami then Hkitlkud up the Street until he citing to the darkest poMlnn here n narrow alley 8101 deck It lm a M uurc hiding plnee Illa right bund won hidden In the pocket of Iris emit and gnuped a shout iinplcmunt modi of bone width the hnlloix cull a nil nail which he had secured while on board a few moments 11IIIlIUnder ordinary clrcnmitimcm tin Ihpior he had imbibedI would hun tnn I fiiiedi his bmin hut now lie was only conioloiiH of nn intMiie UIIlIIW Ill determination to sccuru Ithe pnpir I whleh meant uo iniieli to Ithe man wn could reach the gold region with them There hud been a smart hovcr In t In early part of the evrtnlng and tin drip Ing from the low cave of the houn i Ktlll continued huh hail a draKglng tta1 relenting Round A solitary Ktrect lightI tO yards away cast a dJHinul glcnm for a few squ aro yard In either direction while an occnslonal Inns ofadrunken laughter Iron the next street told of I POIIIU party of revelers making their noisy way home The mate noticed none of Ithere things ills ryes were llxcd intently In Ithe direction from which he expect ed liift victim to come anti hh nqiiarc Jaws were set Through his brain ran but one thought The papers Jlalf an hour jpaused and Tom came ptridtng along under the gaslight humming n tune anti merrily rehears ing the play he had just wltncKned Suddenly the watehrr uttered an im precation tinder his breath for just as I he was gathering himself for a spring ho espied n tlitrlc figure Mealing noise lessly1 along behind the young man Closer anti dosed crept the fateful shadow mud as Tom arrived opposite thin alley where the mite Will crouch lug tho latter snw the second figure take a few mph noiseless Mrldeh Then an arm was raised over Toms bend and fell with crushing force scnc lag him Ktunued Alit senseless to thImuddy pnvcmcut while his assailant bent over his form to pectin the 111110I abler he might have about him With a shout of rage the mute rushed from bin place of concealment toward the stranger who sprang nimbly to his feet and sped down the street at tuna lug speed without waiting to dispute the field with the newcomer To kneel by the prostrate form and tear open hilt clothing was tthe work of nn liiMunt and when Obed Uldcr arose to his feet he held the licit eon taining the precious documents In his harms Slipping It quickly Into his pocket he gave a hasty glance about him All wits still wet once more he knelt by Toms Ride punting In he dent I must liemre lu one hand he grasped his weapon and the other he placed over the young mans heart At first he detected no puUattonI then there was a feeble flutter and u moment later Tom grouted faintly lies alive The words were hissed forth Jiv n murderous manner nnd as he spoke Biter raised his weapon t But the blow did not fall for even as he nerved himself for the stroke the mate had o new thought which arrested blo arm He must have money and hid fro lime to lose If he robbed Tom of s J Ie t7 + o N p tM ryre a both money nnd papers the victim even if he recovered wan powerless to pursue his jounwy further Who would believe his story of the gold mule1 All this Hashed through his brain In much less time Unto it take to write It and with feverish trembling haste he begun fumbling about In Loniwclot hes He Will not long finding I he money which Tom carried In an inside pocket of his vest tool wart rising to his feet whets n door suddenlyI opened a few yards away anti a noun came out of the hotixc Without waiting to sec In which dl rection he w nsturniagOhed Rider hur vied away toward tin wharf and was ROOH safe in his stateroom with Ms ill gotten booty Ills eyes shone wlih dev- Ilish triumph as he pored over the pa pars and the sight of over 700 in cash wrapped around tho railroad ticket to Seattle filled his measure of sntisfae lion overflowing He hind no knowledge of Ithe amount left Tom by the old miner nnd as he carefully secreted his treasures about lair person he chuckled Im a made nine lies lost his pit and the pupas too Ill take the train today you fool In your place I won tier if he will get over the rap or nut I dont need to frett anyway I dldn hit him and hell never know who did Toms unintentional rescuer came quicklyI along until he caught sight of tho prostrate figure then lie stopped short anti supped his hand behind hint glancing sharply about on every side Apparently satisfied that no one wits near he knelt by the motlonles form and Atruek a match it was a ghastly picture Toms face was MO covered with Mood that lis fea tures were not recognizable his clothing was disarranged and covered with black mud and ai the newcomer looked deep groan came from the prostrate Ilps- 1Vilh a little exclamation of horror the stronger roie to his feet and ran hack to the door he hind Just left lie wits gone but an Instant returning with another miui wlmoitwsisted hint In currying the innpiinato form to till en trance With much trouble they lifted their heavy lbiirilcn along a narrow puHfi Into u scantily furiiliucd room where Ithey plotted it upon a narrow bed lu one corner A mull herocnir letup stood on a table and by Untight the fret mob tool n look at Ithe fact koySiig kt a basin of water Nrd quic- kIe muni see how bad he isi hurt When Ihr wider arrived n moment later IIP washed tht Woodl front Tom face with n gentle hand then a the ten tit rew IHCAIIU distinct he uttered a little cry of n toni hmcnl and droppe on ht lkiwi by the wounded mini ex claiming Ky thunder NedIIIoWlhlIIHlllI t Ile Wit+ a pUHRtlIJtlT With 111 If It lea Mr Scott Im a Inner Somebody hilt knocked him on this heat lad gon through him Mrltijf the light t He mny be hurl bath An he sMk Tom moaned and attlrred upon the bed Then he opened lilt Dyer and MtriiKiflod with a wild look Into e halferect pcVillon 11hrttA all this he groaned Whore am 11 IIs all right Mr Sent replied a familiar oltI Von arc with a friend Ilitter HP down awhile till yon lt111f1II t ten I Tom looked Al hint in a bewildered fashion blinking hie eyes In tlio glnr of the lamp which the third nine held clone to him Mr lireen he said wonderlngly- Ves sir replied till eeond mate of the Kim hi rd ItV me I happened along just in time Are you hurt much1 Itl me look at your heath MyI head repeated Tom who had no clear conception of where he was or whether he was asleep or awake Yes replied his rescuer lifting HiI hale on the top of his head as he spoke You were knocked down on the street and I found you thin I wets going down to the vessel after sonic things I left there and I stumbled over a man on the sidewalk I had no 1 Idea It wits you but I couldnt let a chap He titer IIn the mud so we took you In hers This Is my room IIve left thl Scald yd you know Im oft for the gold mines lu the Klondike If I eon get there The last word noted like magic upon Tom The Klondike lie repeated Yes I remember It all comes to me now 1 f forgot whirr I wits I remember now I was attacked on the street Some body came ip behind anti struck me- Thats Itf1llll1 I came along and found you Youve got nn ugly cut on the head lint I dont think it will amount to anything after you rest awhile There Is no doctor round here that I know of and Ill just put a bit of plaster ou it for yon if you dont mind You can get it looked t tomor row If you want too The third man held the light while tthis was done and then left the second matet with hits pat lent who asked Who was tthat- I hire this room of him was the reply lie helped me bring you in from the street You are very good said TomUllllt Its late and Im keeping von outof your liedt Ia he spoke lie tried to rise but the other restrained him You nre not well enough ettlitaid kindly letter rest iwhlle Did you lose anything when you were struck Have you watch or money Tom interrupted him with a Iparse- cry anti sat bolt upright My belt he pnnted wildly Ills hands went to his waist and then the full forceof Illsloss burst upon him It wits gone The unfortunate young man looked stupidly at the sailor a moment then he broke into meaninglessI tight tci and fell back upon the bed The blow hind robbed him of till scattered senses and he fainted When the doctor reached his side a few hours litter Tom wax sulVcjini from brain fever and could nut be moved The second mate had sum moned Capt Coflln and now turned to liliu saying We cant leave him alone and withI out a cent I was going to try my hick up nortlr in the mines but hung me if Ill leave him this way Im going to stay alongside the poor chap till begets well or dies if it tithes every red Ive got Put II there roared the bluff old skipper holding out his loud fist Youre a man you are Hut theres plenty of money belonging to him In my safe and you neednt use a cent of yours See he has the best cure and call on me for the pay when you need it Ihnt afternoon the northern train included Obed Illdcr among Its passengers while Tom Scott tossed intensity front side to side rambling on about secret trails and gold mines until the stout sailor by his tide shook his heath sorrowfully as he glanced at the horn ing cheeks and growled Im afraid the poor fellow has got lilt discharge CHAPTKU V U1DHH OKTH A SUUIIUSI Obed Itlder wan far from easy in his mind as the train sped on leaving Scum Iranelseo behind He had slept + HI I board the vessel the previous night tin til the nol e of tilt second mate arous bag the captain hut awakened him They did not call him knowing tit en bill that had existed between himself and Tom but he overheard enough to tell him that Tom win alive although hull hurt and out of his head with fever lie knew Tom was in utter ignorance of the Identity of hisI o ailant but had he been aware of the loss of Itit bIt Would the skipper remember the time he liiid tttcn the mustIi coming out of Iomiis room nod plafi nay new sig nii Ilien urr till the Incident A guilty conscience made lit mu imag one all iurtx of dunger to himself tuna he trembled each time till train Mopped at a station lestI un rlllcer should be In watt for him Rut not hinc of tin kind happened unit In tine time he reached Seattle They jiucciThlm on the led Here Ithings seemed Store encouraging for he wax fortunate enough to find a man who had engaged a passage on a steamer for Skaguay and Dyea which sailed the same day The man had re rived a telegram innounclng the dan gerous illness of his wife and wns eager to leave Seattle by the next train The mate happened to be the first man he met and the latter soon came to terms with him and hurried or hoard to secure leis quarters He kept him selfI outI of sight as much as possible but when tie lines were cast oil the following day null the City of Seattle steamed out of tin harbor lie drew a lotig breath of relief and said half aloud Were olT nt last aril Im safe now He found that his ticket entitled hint to a stateroom curd tint the trip front Seattle to Dycn usually occupied about the days All his fellow passengers were wild with impatience to reach the Innd of gold and now that he felt safe from pursuit he eagerly listened to the stories of wonderful wealth found by lucky miners for each one made it moro probable that the papers he hind secreted about him were genuine eviI dence n Gael which nt times ho wits In cllnedi to 110uhtIlie hall paid the returning miner 500 for his ticket and outfit the latter III tupplcr ed their transportation to Dyea lute ut cost He must however land them himself the company declining nil rc sponsibility for this port of the work A short stop fins made nt Juncnu nnd two dnys later lit found himself on the beach at Dyea wlthhls belongings and feeling utterly at a loss hew to proceed Uow to handle this formidable outfit was u puzzle On board a vessel he was at home but a horse was tm animal of which he knew very little and here were three of them besides the heap of miscellaneous articles plied on the roelcyshlugle It was i laln that they must be moved before the tide came In pad with n sailors knowledge of knots he sotn hiHluull the burdens on the backs of Jie rawboned animalH and Btieceedcti in getting them to the town safely A Hinall tout WUH among hU newly acquired poHHOHidniiH and he proceeded to plteli it as best he could piling his goods outside lie set up his little sheet iroit stove tumid was going for flit- ter when he passed close to ono of his animals who launched out viciously at him with his hoof Bending him to the ground several yards away with a broken rib and his left unit badly bruised Whats the trouble said a rough voice from the next cutup as a burly bearded man strolled leisurely to the spot Hurt ye much pard A string of oaths burst from Rider as he Kcrainbled to his feet Somethings cracked Inside lie growled nail my arms hurt 1nt- he horse it ityflayI- letter I let my mutt we If any thlnga wrong lies a master hand with tiny thing o that kind Here cottl he addfd raising his voice Obed hider started at the nonce hut he turned fairly white with II IIInZI lIIcllt as a tall hroadshrtuldcrcd man in the prime of life Issued from the tent and canie toward him snying What is It lode before till otherI could reply both hider and the newcomer II ttcredex clamation of astonishment Obed HitlerI rapt Scott I The minute looked about t him in u helpless vay as If seeking HO me avenue of escape but the other held out his hand cordially saying Of cull men to net you here Then he added Hut you are hurt Can I do any thing for you Let me have a little look We can talk afterward The Injury was soon located mind aft er predicting that a few diys would set the Hinder right Capt Scott wild What on earth brought yon here Mace you been home lately Did you see my boy Tin tulle hind done 111IitlftI Ill Ithinking during the past fray minutes After the llrt surprise VIK over he had rapidly determined upon his entire and he now shoots his head tcpl1g- Im afraid I cant give you ziiuch good news from home oajin Ilia eyes fell as he spoke bit tlf other wan too uayer to notice What do you mean Kidor The voice was hoarse now with capI pressedI ca crnctM My1 boy I Tell inelI IIIK hwliy lcIIL you speak Mj brother too ID li ira speak oiil llns anything happened to thin the might both be dead by the way you net TJey art murmured lider ctlll with his eyeK eiihl down Without a word the cnplain turriJ on his heel and disappeared It wt half an hour liefon he returned itdJ Jlere ur icii II ehtiiifff in Iris rujfjed teat uren that even I the mate tell emn passion fir him Iut he IIIVMIO Alter native Anything to preventI TomMt father from learning the truth lit had told hisKtnrv And now he must lit prepared with Oil details Fortunate Ily the absence of his latest victim had given hllll Ihll to rllpllllJ sketch nut a line of procedure which he hoped would be safe ITS Ian CONTINUUM MiMllcvnl french lliKUiirN The rank and file of the beggar were divided Into distinct classexl eacL following some iartlcular form of mendicityI to which strict attention was demanded One had to be a spe cialist nnd stick to his own line of busi ness the generalI practitionerI was tin corded no recognition The subject of the king of Argot kept no chronicles consequently our knowledge of tho beggar dynasty Is somewhat limited Three Ikings however managed to make names for themselves In history Kagot a Solon In Rags who founded the monarchy timid drew up a system of laws for Its government Anacrcon who wrapped in a mantle of u thousand pieces collected alms while riding or ass through the streets of Paris anti s monarch who IH known to UH as the king of Tunis The latter reigned for three years only and was broken on the wheel at Hordenux because his ideas of personal liberty differed front thoM of thin French government whose min tons happened to be stronger thou hit own At stated periods the French beggars held a general parliament at Sainte Anne dAuray in lInt laity where means were discussed for flu advancement of mendicity in nil its I branches What a gathering it must have been What a fantastic night tnare like assemblage of rags tend tat ters Ilppincotts Spoke for Him Hiram Jinks O Mamllo are yoe never going to listen to ray suit Miss Maud Listen to it Ill Jlnki Ive done nothing but listen to it foi half an hour Its the loudest one you ever wore Chicago Tribune rM9rw M r IHe ThatAny Good Would Win = a Should rjclibloodjSarsaparillaandgoodtosuccessandcouragell liftto EFFORT WAS WASTED PA fold HIM Son n Mce Little glory with n Monti Hut It Win Vim vn II hit of gentlclllcli raidhisof his time to athletic sports anti neglect boydevotingmusical wtuthehim to perform I tusk the boy aside said the parent him the rollowlII ratahoppertiter skipping gavlyI about in the fields and enjoying himself while till prudent ant nndtorilllthe thermometer registered in the vicinity of zero the grasshopper approached the ant for the lone of provisions doing paid the grasshopper Oh ulleholilce ras8holpCId tool hunger I thought the moral of the story wits too plain fur me to make further comment and as I Iws about to lemma It rcllolVloolcilbut there seems to be just its many gram hop mls say1Vaterville A Mttlc Too Moon withlaughingmy that if he were selected Ifor II nhjcct lip would take adviintiigo of hill enlqetli comp to tell the inferior what lie tIUlllllIChim When the clan met the prfur an nounced that lie would like for tin purposef of illustration to administer lilts i tosome slitdentThe ga h nth was connected with hit inouth I lie pretended to llc very much n cited and Ibegan to ahnw tin prufcinor roundly The old man 1 let lion go on for ptofeeeoryetColtiers Left Ilihlnil- Stnlib Tho Shamrock hall three learn hmnt it IVnii YIK It left lKngland it Hi Amer iica amid left the cup Cltiiiico Kvcninfc N t A J t1VNhytadtti t IiY IIJI ACTS GENTLY ON THE KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS SYSTEMGL 3a EFFECTUALLY fLS LDS1z tfESSIGo GrJEAOAftt l1- IPATION NASI TEALPERMANENTLY ITS BANco GEl ECTS1 EFt- 5uy r fCrAL TMC GtNUINtMAHfO DX J ALI NIA lit SYRVPC t ttrtcC y a bscwt + rod rrrca uu m au t1N1W ru 10 nUQlnt W L DOUGLAS S3 350 SHOES jM 31 Worth 4 tQ 6 compared with other makes tnilor f t lijr over f 1000000 weurers Till irniidid have W I DoiiKlai name anil price itampcil on bottom Take l ino utxtltule claimed In be ai good Your dealer thould keer themlfu not we will tend a pair KI allkind i toe CatalOBut II hUjII offcapL nOII6LA3 SHOE COeroekto rfr Beet ud reap tutuIJMail mime nod b1 tiro tau t 5 ii r its ftf ji VVl MORE LOSS THAN PROFIT Uuut Jniperlnllum IM Cuntlnic thi- 1euiilu of the United Simon The treasury btuteineut of receipt and expenditures of thu govcrnineir for the month of October 1391 urn the four mouths of thu current Jtacn year shows tlmt the people of the United States ut present tire piiylni at the rate of 121000000 u year foi keeping up a foreign establishment In other words we arc throwing awn on sentiment to save the indlvldun Wllliiun McKlnlcy the pain and morti lleutlon of having to acknowledge IIIH tuxes dangerous to the nation mndi by Mint as president Mr McKinlcj has personally thanked the soldiers and the widows nod orphaim of an un necessary war for their sacrifices to the grand old Hag u1or which 1111 fudge nod bumeombc and he has ever declared it an net of heroism for out or tiny number of men to lay Bowl their lives upon the altar of their country for the benefit of others tin survivors Hut Mr McKlnley has 1I0t made any sacrifices is not willing to make tilt slightest sacrifice he cvei demands that American citizens fal down and worship his policy he in slats upon his personality being tit test of patriotism and wrapped in the shag which Is nut his property but tit vniblcm of the nation poses as a nuts who iis leading the nation to greatness cud prosperity Mr MeKinley as a milt an Individ ual is not entitled to icy more re sped or consideration than the hum blest American citizen TIll high of lice he fills merits both As an hull vldual ruin as an olliclal the servant or tit lpeople what hits he done what III he doing tint he is bound to do undei the constitution which he accepter anti ratified when he took upon him self tint ollice of chief executive When he shall give Information of tit state of tot union to congress in lib annual menage as he must do how can lit llmTr lilmsclf to the stateI ol the union Ills whole message be load numerous platitudesI concerningI prosperity which he hits repeated M often that he actually believes them iinit specify matters not uf or coil c riiitig till union matters nut in any in inner connected with the union hilt eitircly foreign to the union He will na1 that In1 IIIIH wrung from tin poll eta of the people of the union till JI gnu tic sum of ylto0ttn0a1 per murmur which will be tlollhll it his pulley Is pursued For the first tins in the hll tury of the nation its president will be compelled to travel outside of the nation and place before the congress of the people a foreign Ipolicy which has increased till burdens of the per pit In the direction of an extrava gear nut contemplated by Ithe instru ment which nettle him president Per litf s he will call his policy business enterprise if so whose Is Ithe profit whose theI ImIl Upon whom does the hits ftil when millions of heap eras laborers hue nddcd to our already few iipM rt unities for American citiena to gain them doily bread Who gains in MiKir tobacco rice fruits cud other product when competition is on with millions of cheap product Who pays the taxes on nil this stupendous de parture front our national existence1 How shill we be rewarded for our sue rlliccx our blood our treasure poured out to rectify Ih Makes Mr Me- Kinlev1 is too shamefaced to rectify hill rif The only answer Iis A see IIIJI term of MeKinley Is the game wirth Ithe candle- OPINIONS AND POINTERS The strength of the republican party in Kentucky seems to be mostly ill the mllitln Kansas itylimes Mr Hanna announces that lie will not retire It is not often Mr Hanna makes superfluous statements Atlanta Constitution Senator ICIkins left bower in Itlie MeKinley tech IIs forming n big loud bust What Iis tilt loss between pardslN V World No matter who may be his run ring mute next year it will be n aS- llr Hoot with Mr MeKinley to get back into the white houseSt Louis HepuhlleTlie funniest tiling out U this report front Ohio that Hanna hits helped himself and his party by going on the stump and showing himself to the people Boston Herald Protective tarltVs are very nice When they protect you but when oth er nations use them they urn not so pleasant Japan has adopted a pro tective tariff and we are losing trade us a consequence Hrooklyn Eagle Certain prominent republicans are cost I ug about for means to get Id Oi Mark Bonito as their Party lead er That coon be ncwompliKhed only by retiring William MeKinley tram the presidency Albany Argus Some may think It n sign of strength and power that the govern ment unit heaped up in the treasury 300000000 of tuxes lexled front the People It isI nothing of the kind It 1111 sign of faulty administration nnd Unsound economic principles There treasurybeyond I nomical administration of the nut ion al government A big nnrplim IIs n big jobberyI9ttsburghPost PostY r MR BRYANS ANSWERS The Democratic Iemlcr In Hrmly nut to the Point with u llepub llran Interrogator The following Incidents occurred dur- Ing Mr Uryuns tour of Nebraska ant are gout examples of his kten wit qule repartee and scathing Invective Near the close of his speech at Fall City a republican In the audience II rose and denied that President McKinley de sires to retain the Philippines where upon without a moments Itesitat Ion or the least show of embarrassment Mr Bryan quoted this sentence from one of McKInleys speeches I cannot permit myself to doubt that these IIs lands will be retained under the be nign sovereignty of the United States The republican next declared that most of the Filipinos were in revolt against Agulnuhlo Are you nut flattering Agutnaldc too much asked 11t r llrynn when you assert that with a handful of men he can not only subjugate his own rice lint loud in cheek and frustrate a great American army l Cheers- A third time the man broke in to de olarc that the trade of the Philippines Is valuable Hryan rose to his full height and his eyes flashed as he than deredII dare you to measure the lives of American boys unit the heartaches of American mothers by the paltry dollars and cents of commerce 1 dare you to dolt And the crowd went Into n veritable paroxysm of applause Then the motet declared I hII Providence was lending the United States to the Philippine 1 is lands He hut not lung to await his an swerAh my friend cane the reply I nevw yet cornered an Imperialist who did tint finally lay the blame on the Al1 mighty Laughter and cheers 1if you my friend were half as mix ions to hfi on the Lords side an you are to bring Jehovah down front Heaven to bolster up the republican party you wouldnt be here advocatingi I an aban donment of the declaration of inde pendence You are nut preaching the gospel of the PrinceI of Pence Youre pvcnching the Infernal gospel of con quest mad murder arid death The orators last words uere drowned In a tempest of strews The imperialist disappeared And so will the doctrine of imperialism when meas ured Jtf Itin enlightened Intelligence of American Ill jzclIlhll Mississippi Val Icy Democrat COMBINATION IN RAILROADS llntr the ItiiiuliltcniiM Control the ViiNl Iullilenl Potter In Them Nearly every steel some new combi nation is reported It dues not seem an exaggeration to say that we unity soon see all tin railroads of tilt coun try controlled by live men and these agreedl that three shall be no coinpeti tins hetsirln thllli Iructirully II uul itwnl railroad trust or monopoly The railroad freight bills of the coun try will thU year exeeejUili0OtiOl over stli fur every man woman and child or an average of tii for each family The passenger travel will amount to onethirdl as much There pro over OOnoiXl men em ployed by the railroad companies or about onefourteenth of till total vot ing population till more or less de prudent upnu Ihr ulliertw of IhpI tnil roads for their dally bread These of lltvrs are cunt rolled by Ithe five finan rims who form the governing power nf the millcud trust or combination Wlial a vast ipoliticalI power they can wield and hey did use it in the last national election and will again line it in the next one All this great po litical power was used for Ithe repub limns and in addition a vast sum sub scribed to the HannaMcKlnley cam paign fund Why wire these railroad nil in furor of this republicans And why arc tint republican Traders favorable to tin railroads And why do ihtystd their faces like a stone wall against enforc lag lilt iintilriiit laws and giving the Interstate commerce commission the power they have asked for The an swer to these questions is selfevi dent To puss resolutions against trusts as Mr Hanna did III this platform of the Ohio republican convention or to repeat these or stronger ones III thin next republican national platform will not blind the eyes of the voters of tie United States unless they art Punt iel pating in the boodle provided by tho trusts tend railroad combinations and disbursed with lavish hand by the HannaMcKlnley politicalI strikers IctTersonlan Democrat Uncle Sam IH n very complacent stock broker When Wall street wants hands Uncle Sam sells them antI pays Interest When Wall street wants money Uncle Sum buys the bonds and pays n hums And the people pay the taxes which supplies the money for both interest and bonus Omaha WorldHerald The success of the republican strata ticket will enable Scrntur Hnnna to clean up some of his political debts Ho hardly hind a Hufllclert num ber of appointments to go round when he squeezed Into the kcuntoClnclu call Uuguiw TORTOISE SHELL ORNAMENTS Are nt Present Mnre 1uitiilnr Than Uver end Art Worn la- Mnnjr Koritu At the present time tortoise shell or naments are very much in evidence and perhaps the newest and smartest of all these beautiful things Is a small bouquet holder that iplnx on the front of thC gown It is devised to hold Just enough water to keep fresh a few sprigs- of lemon verbena heliotrope or a bit of other swcet smelling plant In shape the holder is similar to a small tuhlIi about three inches long At the lower end it is tapering ail closed The tupl is finished with a narrow hand of gold and at the back there is a pit also ofII gold with a strong clasp lay Its means the holder IsI always held In nn upright IIs position The same material is being much used for the handles of parasols and very fashionable ones arc to he rOllndII In theI fashionable shops The hand somest one that liar yet been seen wnaI brought by a New York woman rrumr Switzerland where she had It carved tnII order for her It represents turkeys I claw holding n hall The hall revolves as though on Us axis but It could he readily seen that the whole thing was carved out of one piece of the mot ex quisitely marked shell The parasol that It upheld was lined with white and covered with n rare hit of black lace Hares and ducks heaths are also made In tortoise shell for parasol handles orII t1hnlInt1 French en tout eas as they answer equally well for rain or lhhlltThe word large hardly seems to IXt press Ithe dimensions of Ithe IlIIllc omhlII at present and tthey lire made either ofII n solid severe pits of curved shell or they are most fantastically carved Cupids drawing chariots and swans 11I Ing shoat appear to be favorite designsI Of course It would only be correct to wuartliem In the evening and even tiO1tII Is far from being every styleuf Inca thaitIfinds them honoring Hows to pin in tin hair modeled from those made of wired ribbons tint of late have been so popular lint also late novelties lor such purposes the shill is used very thin sod is quite transparent Mo laid up thus willful little scolding locks at Ithe bitch of the head orna ments In shell run be bought in almost nay fantastic design they have become so popular IItIIlIIIIW out unusualI to seen young tortoise of high polish 111111I beautiful colors calmly reposing IIpollII the back of some fair lend A long pin of shell passes through tie 111111II body on Ithis under side and fastens it OioheIlIIlIcl1ltJ CHOOSING TABLE LINENII fatal Aliiiul Uiinllly nod Denlum for TlinNr Vlni Coil tens liliitc IhchltIt IB a good push in buying table linen to ovoid all goods with much plain Kill A flier If you mint choosing linen of me dium price The quality1 of the goods iloes not show IIf the pattern covers the ground On the contrary if you are buying fthe finest damasks chuokc putt a tern with n large amount of plain suit Pace The delicate pattern of tin linen in tills lust shahs to perfection in thu satiny line surface of the cloth nr nap kin Small patterns nit dcklrahle III tablecloth of medium slit A double lionlir is lit hlIhlt one to lit on tilt dffe of tlie tinkle when thus cloth ii Proud and one oiitt iic to full aronm the cic The liiiinMnic talilcclotln lot tilt fjiidiloniil ircnlnr table urc soilh III lhlIilll faint to tli IJut tsbie ThU avoids the henry ugly fold at tliI I ioriirrs of a square tablecloth spread I Oil a circular their A white tablecloth or one In pale ecru of tbixcolortd linen Iis used at luncheon At dinner and I lit breakfaot a while linen doth is pre ferred Thik may be of sin tnusk or of tl lain moinic uloth Some ury elegant o inner cloths am of henry linen inee Hid inonde doth hit as n rule fancy lure and embroidered cloth arc used at ifternoon teas The tinycloths used in the small tablrtt on MI htitrnsiomis ire often very elaborate Son el hiltll ihcy lire wrought with wreath andI dusters of garden roses In natural col Hh or with wilt flower A pretty ninth I Iii embroidered with clovers in white mil pink and Is used opam table Mt I silit cups and sit urns of pink llelcck n oreelain A cloth embroidered with lowers In Dresden colors IU used with hina from the Meissen factories while I me embroidered with fount fresh roses III furnished with cups of SeircuN Y I Lnllni tie 1 1 NIIIIII from Turkey Iliintn Pour ate quart of cold water over the ones and dressing simmer them fur I hree hours nnd then strain chop the 1 vent remaining on the bones std re 1 urn it to the liquor adding one slice II- at onion some stalks of celery emit 111r Inc timid two or three spoonfuls of rice limner for five minutes season add a I upful of cream or rich milk let it bolltt ip once then servo Housewife I And Tlirrrfurr Kryliolm I wonder if the man in the moon hn8 any trouble finding the keyhole when hes full and stays out lute Keyhole Of course not What a lily idealI Oh I dont know They tell UK there arc cnnolb In the moon so there mutt t locks rhlludelphia Bulletin 1 Y OCEANS OF DESERTS Great CliBBKcn That May lie Wrought by the Ingenuity of- Mnu Few people realize how completely of late years the surface aspect of tilt weazened old globe of ours has been altered and improved The world of today in fact differ from the world of our ancestors much ns a society lady In nil the gloryof fold unit trill mind furbelow differ from her savage sister running wilt jHstllentinl woods As art has transformed the one BO has It the Only the Mine Ilacliel who unit mode the earth if not exactly beautiful forever at tenet a pleasant and healthful place wherein to dwell no charlatan with n dray load ot cosmetics and a glib tongue but a civil engineer owning nothing more harm fit than n few mysterious looking in ruments and a measuring tape And the marvel of It all IK thin that what been done IH hut an InflnltcMma utetlon of hat which may mind doub less will be done Who can doubt for Instance that the great Sahara desert that untie upon the worlds face willone day be hut a memory It was nn Inland sea once It would not be very ditlicult to convert It Into one againA 00 miles long connecting with the Atlantic tilt vast depression which runs close up to till must near ly midway between the twentieth and IrtllthJ1I111I1I1ls of latitude would the business beautifully Tlie wa tel would not of course cover the en surface of tlit desert Here and there lire portions Ilying above sen level noise would become the Islands the tress Sahara ocean What would be the results that would ensue upon Ithis stupendous transformationI Some would lie good and some had Among Ithe latter may be mentioned the probable tllst Ill tion of the vineyards of southern IKu rope which depend for their existence upon the warm drythuds from the greatI African desert AH some com pensationI for this however the mer cantile marines of the nations affected would be enabled lo gain immediate and easy nears lo vast1 regions unit given over to barbarism nnd a series of more or less flourishing seaport towns would spring upI all along tho southern burden of Morocco and Al geria where Ithe western wnlcrtdml of tin Nile nicks1 Into this desert atom on the northern frontierI of the Congo Free Stale In n similar manner the greater lion tion of the central Australian desert covering nil area of fully 1000000 square nulls might be flooded Ihn islandcontinent would then be con verted Into a gigantic oval dish of which the depressed centralI portion would be ei erd with water and only rims Inhabited London shill u YELLOW SHIRT MASCOT Turf IMmiKcr Wlin Alwnyn 1 1 ml- liooil Lurk When lln Wore Hit Krinriil IfI you had dropped Into our place few days ago said a local laundry unlit you would have witnessed the singular spectacle of a large establish ment concentrating its energies upon one particularly uglyI yellow striped shirt worth till cents III he bargain counter We received the garment at noon Hbarp and delivered IitI ncntly- wnshrd I I and Ironed at t116 tar which rut the operatives divided a nice new dollar hill The incident came xioul III tlilM way There IN a certain sporting man hIW Orleans who plays tthe rues std needless lu soy Is a firm believer III hoodoim and mass Some time sign he made a big winning utter a long streak of hard luck and III looking around for the iikiial omen he happened to nulls at he was wearing 11 peculiarly hub H yellowbarred shirt which he hind studs loathed and laud put on that morning lby niece accident In hasty dressing Of courts thai settled It and when he made two or three other winnings incased In the same gun Intuit he didnt dare change It for fear of breaking the thread of his luck Meanwhile the shirt did not lam prove in appearanceI IIni fact It be came so grimy roll disreputable looking that UK owner who U imturnlly neat dresser was ashamed to ven ture on the streets He started ses eral times to send It to the laundry but on each occasion something good would turn up on the blackboard and he would rush to his room cud put it on again before placing a bet A few days ago he told Ids troubles to- olit of our wagon men Mf you can wnsh drat shirt In tints for mp to wear It this afternoon he suit Ill give you 11Ivr dollars flue wagon man swore by the nitre gods he would have It back In tlmr and by bribing nil hands the laundry he kept hits word I am sorry to say that the sporty gentleman lost l0 the same day lie attributed the disaster entirely to his Imprudence In leaving his shirt wllflttedN O TlmcsDemocralI Tiillml Clillilrrtt torn In Siuuinrr According to Combe boyfc font In the months of September October Novem her December January mind February are not so iall as those bqrn Jn other months Those born in November are the shortest Those born la July Art time tallest Public Oplkiom f A LITTLE NONSENSE lieMarry me Hail Id be wllll rto die for you ItShcflla your We In sured Philadelphia Kecord One of the hardest things In all pub lie affaire IK to keep tho brass band from mistaking itself for the entire procession Chicago Journal That automobile driver of yours smelted dreadfully of peppermint tint was my Idea You couldnt notice the gasoline could youAuto mottle Magnrlne Your dog seems to follow you wills out orders Yes he wouldnt tnka 4- any orders trout me lies been in the family long enough to know the real boss Cleveland Plain Denier Old Grumbler Mint row Tho mai ler found fault with your cooking to notlcftlorfault with you NewsLetter Where Did lie Get ItIt Is related that when n salesman at 6 a week In n Pullout street store recently told tt young woman who refused to marry him that there Is nothing left for mu but wormwood timid gall she replied Where did you got the wormwood l Urooklyn Eagle Scorcher11osv would you punctu ate Look nt that pretty girl In her ftittomohllu come spinning down time avenue Putter Thats easy coinima after pretty girl and after auto mobile Scorcher= Id rather make n dash after that pretty IrlAutulII- ohlle llagnzlu- etenderfootAnd you say the man they an burying yonder was nut sick long Lariat LukeNape Ten dcrfool What caused hU death Lariat ru1cIII1I y see stranger before he WilT a corpse he borrydtin ulher miinH units Ithout tutting fee it We fellers overtnk Mm an Tender foot1 Wan he frightened Lariat Luke Skcerdost man J user seen tHi suspense lulled IslOhio Slate Journal THE REIGN OF LAW ilntM liiKftinlty itrmlril In Ilnldoll II llcmi rileit its n Knully Hiilc lie reign of law seems to be one of mans disappointments hen men lived free in theI primeval woods they yielded a portion of their individual ilbertlvs In order to live together in n community cud be governed by n com thou rule The regulations were doubt leer simple and just enough nt first hut in a little while lows multiplied and their meaning and intent became u matter of dispute unit then men begun to pass laws tall adopt forms to hinder the operation of the Ilaws they hilt already cnacled Tic very language of the law Intend ed for thu understanding and tho UNO lor mill became tortuous redundant in volved pedantic and unintelligible A legal statementI came to be mada in a bewildering fashion unknown in tiny other form of statement The simple 11111 IlllILt Ion thai A killed II with n butcher knife early became too clear and definite for the purpose of the law nod It was necessary to set out that the said A did not only kill the said- II but that ho did cut curve lacerate null iiii wound scratch nod make a hole In the said II at the same time mitt place hereinbefore mentioned with one certain butcher knife of rho value of SO cents This jargon In time become sacred It grew to be an object of rev erence and wits deemed necessary to the sanctions of the law and the maintenance of the Justice it really hindered and obscured No Instrument wits considered Knoll In law unless couched in tills niMisclcsH null compli cated phraseology and thisI supersti tion became an early and fruitful source of the laws delay With thin multiplication of words came a corresponding extension of forms of procedure of methods of how not to do It Every statute ends with W or but rIte laws under which Ii street may be opened or any other public Improvement mode necessary to till comfort health anti happinesssof from 10000 to 100000 people also provide the means whereby one stingy unenterprising and mulish citizen may legally delay Indefinitely the prosecution of the work nnd entail heavy costa upon those who favor It So able nail lenrned a lawyer an Chaunccy Depcw tells his brethren of the profession that this evil this wrest i ling of thus law front Ito purpose of maintaining Justice among men is In creasing The multiplication of courts multiplies decisions and decisions dif fer Diversity of tribunals leads to dl versity of interpretation The practice M of the law Iis shifted from n matter of t principle to one of precedents Much a remains to be done before the law can 1m looked upon by the people as thouperfection of wisdom or the sure de tense of Justice Kansas City Star ti F In a 3Vnmc She was engaged to be married to is mat named Josiah Snoggs After nil said the friend whayvantcd to be as clever an possible aboul J j ItII whats in a III 4ItlA good big bank account tfctr Plied promptlyf 14 Yes hero wax conllJrnti 11 J bujtlibuldl1IecessaryI o ir+ loat a I 1 7- rDPs w r T r11 4 R91 V 6I r V J- ItL r I The Eminent Kidney Specialistr i I The Discoverer of SwampRoot at Work la Ills tabor1toryII There Is a disease prevailing In this 1 country most dangerous because so decep 1 tlve Many sudden deaths are caused by Itheart disease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble Is allowed to ad vance the kidneypoisoned blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell I Then the richness of the bloodthe albumen leaks out and the sufferer has Origins Disease the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the new discovery Is tho true specific for kidney bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases after all other efforts have failed At druggists In fiftycent and dollar sizes A sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling about Swamp J Root and Its wonderful cures Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y and mention this p perII 7 COUNTY NEWS NOTES tt 4 EOT To insure iiiHurtinii AM corres V pondencu miiHt bu in thiw ollioe by I Monday night of each week and I that nearby tin Monday morninj 4 Our correspondents ore derelict in duty and wo want to iy that henceforth they t will not receive paper except fur the I week they havo news letters We are 1 dependent upon them for the news and I when they full to send in their favors they put us to rlIlllcllnvnlcnII f t CAMPTON SPARKLES lIon Z T Hurst was a Gnmpton legal light nt tho Hoattyvillo court Christmas holidays aro generally obanrvod in a quiot manner hero this week Hon S H Smith leas returned from Covington whore ho served us juror in tho Fodornl Court W C Pryor tho saw mill mnnII and family aro spending tho holi days at their former home at La grunge Ky 1 Prof CT Nugont and wife of tho K W A nro spending thoIIl i holidays with ProfNugontH father t i at Ilarrodsburg Prof A Cny Oliver and wifo of r Flat have boon spending tho holi days with MrsI Oliver father lion Joe 0 Lykins Miss Malvory Smith tho pretty and accomplished daughleroHIon S H Smith iH visiting her sister Mrs Prifo Colo tit luckson- U J S Ruse who works a gan omen f on tho 0lC K II Hon Fro Zen in Uroalhitt is spending tho holidays with his funnily hone Oapt W i14 Hnrstand son lInn nibal kayo helm spending many days on tho Captains valuabo possessions in Uroathittcounty Dr B L Novill till popular dentist is sojourning tho holidays away at the Combs House and in cidentally doing good work in his lino Goo Lovelace will tako his son Fred to Lexington in a few days to have an artificial oyo put in John Napier will also accompany thom for tho same purpose W P Norris will move tho printing outfit from horo to Wal nut Grovo this week and thoro t0In immediately launch a live localI nitl Democratic weekly paper Dr1 F Simon tho Optician I went to his homo at Louisville to ti spend the holidays but will return to tho Combs house lnnunry cir cuit court to do business in his lino Mrs Lena Williams has routed hor fern in tho Callabooso and t will loavc shortly for Berea Mad Vison county to rosido and for tho purpose of educating hor children in tho noted collogo thoroIt David J Chandler a popular z young attorney and Democratic politician of Paintsvillo spout sov Oral lays lust week as tho guest of Hon A Hr Stamper Democratic candidate for congress and tho two gentleman wont to Walnutt r Grove on business Saturday N 4 7 q- V 1 Y I Y r r + r I J1S Congleton has movof into I tho J N Vaughn property nnd i Prof E E Bishop occupies Mr jCongletons property and Prof Nugent will occupy tho Bishop property The Bld intelligence was received hero last week by Carter Vancleavo of the dentin of Jonathan Gilley a former good citizen hero at Rhine lander Wis whore himself and funnily worn living Tho remains wero buried thoro Presiding Elder Rev W It Ka Ran hold qimrtly meeting nt tho Methodist church horn Saturday and Sunday last taut ho and time pastor Hov J J Dickey are pro tracting a very interesting service through this week Revllills of Jackson is also assisting G B Stum per assisted by Floyd Sully have been busy for two weeks in copying the Assessors ro portB fur tho board of supervisors which moots Monday county court fitly limn board Vor next year consists of JCBSO M Swango U B Swango G B RosH C IL Adams and John T Coons It is strongly hinted that an en gineering corps of tho Atlantic Eastern Railroad will como this way shortly looking out a route for tho extension of tho road from Irvine to B attyvillo to White Pst Vn aid it is encouraging to believe that Campton and Hazel Green will bo bleat with the com mencement of an important trunk I lino railroad ore the nesting of robins again thoI i I Squire Bud Dun received n tor n few days since from Jimmy I Fortnor dated Honolulln statrog that ho was fast spaning the groat pond for the Philippine to adsiHt I as a soldier to subjugate thournmIbanckuous spirits of i ront subjoits so recently released from Spains intolerant soveroign ity Goo Athoy Joe Cox and Herbert Gish other Wolfe county soldiers of Uncle Sum also write of their good health and bravo warriorship against tho bolligor alloy of the fur away tropics SIMPEK REx MORGAN COUNTY- CONSOLATION CHAT SJH Ennui and wife of Alagoffin visited J G Oldfiold on Christ masC C Gillispio and J G Oldfield wont to Johnsons fork on Licking to a spoiling match Christmas MM Dora Swaugos school closed last Friday with an exhibition of tho schollur4 that consisted of recitations etc babyHaiinnhI Clara lilunkiiiMiipi Sumuier- Ilirtlni VnlliiK Little girli Flu Ithupkeu + hllSentl11It1 IIIOIINO UnbyLucyl Inrt CecilI I 1 CON ill h haute ecilllhat Illddv said In Police Conrl- Itoniu VeilI Mrs Candle Fliivioux lteiLGeutlamei and 1 Liidir Willie llhinkenslilp TiuiBt hair Itiirin ItasttrlingLlving un u farm Saabcell Sisters beaux Clay Cevil1uelu Henrys last coon hunt Lucy illlUpic and Clara Hliiukcnsbip were awarded premium for the most head marks in the classes JT Dty druiiIsi gunnuucesetcry bntll oil hullblrlnlll Cough Kemedynnil t will refund the money to anyone who Is not sat iiifleil niter tulnj twothlnls of the ellntelll Ihls h the best remedy in the world fur In grippe coughs coals eronji and wlioop1ui lnugh Hari Is pleasant and safe to take ft prevents iinv tendency ofn cold to result In 1111111101111I I titrlptolhelnrliEipoelliuniiltpQlnalar1 d Tho 1ATKNT KtcOUU UnlUmore aid vUistrletSKVKRAL PKRSONS FORt Ollice Managers in this stale represent me in their own land surround IiOOIpn t with Ulisuliniortnnllle Rofi rcnces cx chained Enclose selfmltlressed stampedI S A PARK 320 Cnxlon Unild fug Chicago IOCm 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE 9TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac AnrononcnillnR n nkntrh and do crliitlon met quickly aseertnln our opinion free whether an Inroiuloit I ribnblr ixtcntnMo Commnnlciv tlonimtrlctlrrontlilPiitUI Unnilbonkon Intentt eat frotv Oldont n sacs for socuMug steals Patents taken throueti Munn ft Co rccctrc iptetal notkt without clmnto In Urn ScientificI Rm r san A handsomely Illuntratod weekly Largest rlr calntlon of linT nclontlflo lnttrnalM Terms N a year i four months f1 Sold brail newsdealer 1 YorkBranch r+ t Fine Farm FOB SALE 0 Having determined to locate at an other point I offer for aalo at prIvate contract my farm near Salem Morgan county Ky containing or- iacPes10 acres of which iis tlmhor land of goo qualityOn place is A modern 5 room resi deuce and all necessary outbuildings A never failing well of fine water j n store room 14x21 fet with full length ware room along side J AN ORCHARD a n of 40 Young Treesn- representing several varieties of fruit is now in bearing IIlIdIt source of revenue A Church and School adjoin the premise and the neighborhood in unexcelled for good behavior sobriety et- cIlrlffltll5100000 WILL BUY IT f and the terms be made to suit any reasonable purchaserF LONG or SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Tho fourteenth annual see sion of hazel Green Academy will begin on MONDAY Sept 4 1899 Instruction thorough discipline firm oxpeneee low PrincipalHazel I 1 t JIY j11 f D frs se InK r The Leading Specialists of America uf 20 YEARS IN OHIO r250000 Cur- cdWECURESTRICTURE ThutnanJ of young and tnlJJlonRCl l men aro troubled with this diteacc many LAJ iiiicoiisclonMy They mayhave a mart ing iioiuatioi minll twisting ilrcotn isharp cutting painanl time lchtlt clmrcn difficulty in cumturnciDr weak nrrans emission nnl oil tliurymptoniH of nonroun dobllltj they havo KTIUC TLUK Dont let tlootorn experiment on you by cutting dtrotchire or toarlrc H you Thtiwlll tmtcurwyoufiiiitwlllrc IJ turn Our M2V MKlllOl TUUATU MKNT nl5orb limo itrlcturo tissue flicnco craovos tho Ftricttiro permanent ly L I t can hover return No pain no ouflcr H Inir tin dolrntlou from biulnc ly our I nitlhotl 1hoaoxuulorgnDnrostrength 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SIfATTORNEYatLAW HAZEL GREEN KY Will practice In the courts of Wolfe and the adjoining counties and attend promptly to all collections entrusted to him p Hair StoreWe have in stock n full line of Hair 11igsCurlsluipiroCombsi Stumpe1lntn4I j cents per skein COLORIKE for changing I the hair to any shade suOrders by mail will receive prompt attention MRS M A KETCHUM I Upper and Church Sts Lexngton Ky 1 rWlnrtllIIil IDfleattrlr J tnltandSEND L 0youensamtn U at4ouraeateetnightdepot- dnelwEMINB MACHINE IrbtanCaltofnwag4eda n11 18r u I1 a MOOO and Till ORKATDT atnGAla TOO j ana ItHUJUJ U7a7 SpecIal Offer Price 1550 vroaTecntetorMOhteomliaaecntetorOhteomlialiaBITlTHBEEMOMTY i HUH will aot t wsIidIrntwa1r1gneetalt lathUMBl WIO oJTiH aa e alt fully dsKribed In our PmjnlacaVuMCalalStM taltllworlhla 6EOF DISK CiMHT IKIs 5- tbeat1SIvatvrfreb 0 aIusLEWARE OF IM Au IONS whoooprowradrer t UMolln a1 i SS d Wiii edMdlC THE IaUJIII f jbeet maker la from the bMt ArlcIft in buy- SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK 1ne f 1u In 1 aeIIIwlnara k 50 hlUOrowUSer1 SJ ktfrf podtlra four motion reed lieU threading TlbratlnR abottle autoautS bobbin winder adjuitable brartags patent Unilon llDentorlraproTMIaatt t tentneedltyEf- i lktetd GUARANTEED U Hckt trauUir Mtdnbl u4 atowi m3 olwtrti MtMn mid jtirrj km m atlebat U foraUkfd and our 1hIaM1b tructton Dook till JUIt how ti ree klrulof lancy work iloT ymomdnaLntr11comwrouwpt IT COSTS YOU NOTHING thve ynnr starckreper eellee 10000 eooo and then It eonTlneed thtt you retannft 02500 to ttotti raT your freight agent the stoicsWE DON TO T DELAY Seantto huskIt CtnaroihnrnhehlrrelloGIsUytOr Iuebet stUntd ormla T4alT Address SEARS ROEBUCK CO Inc Chicago III J f1iHilm l Mil J I Oan Hickory Grovo Farm homor AnertryrluglargoBunchniycnrolttitiny nann S uU1 ment I Jt Is tho best preparation I have ever used or heard or I heartily recommend to all Horsemen I hi We have bututrnlu nich tntlmonial- iirtce81SO pep Pncknsr Smaller Bite fiO cents Aak your driiKKlst for It If he 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and lobbers of Dry Goods No Ions and Pa nor Goods We manufacture the well known HKATSALL PantHnnd Overalls Hold your orders until yin see I him f f PAtENtSTRADE SII FREEhook I tssecuredLetters I E G StGGERS Patent Lawyer Washington b C GETI lolCSLetterhedCntnlogacaButte I r J CONEUGHT2D3HII This uclubiatvtl Enslish llnckncr stdliee imported to the United States on JUDe 1 1893 will stake time Benson of I8D9 at tbi stiililcH of Juhii II Iiirratt nt HnzelOrew Ky lit the extmiiily low price blood u4 beauty considered oV SO TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Or S5 To Insuro A dare In Foal money tllll when the fact is nsccrtalnel i eithtr enMf A lehi on the colt will bOrN taiiicd fur the sensoii mina and fin event thlIIlIfe is traded oil or bred ttCt another horse the money will then be dati Kvery care will taken to prevent aoridtBf abut 11 willnot he responsible should UUJf occur iii Jt DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGRED CON lnIlT USD hint is n beiullW buy full ld huuds high pluck Willie al tail jtlO1 style amid aetiun nUll n fine row IIIr 9lurN old this spring lie wat drfi- Ii lrirtnrof Beetly Ibb7 dam lIonulel- h 1 UiJhtltr IOOf f Victor of iiuallvy iti7N Reliance liti7 grand darn by Congreii W JlfJl10mallf completesmany crosses couch horse hut is too lull to qDoItj Breeders are invited to call and lee W iRespectfullyi t A DIAMOND FOR A DOILAIJ A Limited Special Offer Which Will for Ten Days Only Genuine Pomona Diauondshare I wide reputation It is almost impoplblt distinguish thorn front genuine diaa costing hundreds of dollars wb nit nre worn by the best people We will N ward a UKNClNK POMONA DrdYe mounted in n heavy ring Iiuurdtt ofprirell04Earrings settings mire tnnile of one coiitimioui wnrfoJtoten days only f Kinp ami stud tent le dress tinon receipt of lM Send WfJ logue In onlering riii glvefingernij nieiit by using n piece of litrlllga particulars Address plainly TIIK POM OKA CO J 11811183 UroadrtJV New iMi YOUR MAIL ORDE For nuything anti everythfngM of DRUGS SUNDRIES TOILET CLES PERFUMES SOAPS IOU Specialbeyou cant find what YOU want In J stores JAS E COOPER Drsj 6M3 LEXJ GTO- s r ce