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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r t I v I IIfWV1TISING r RATES flhtTt f Iiv I n- ai t I if i oSJrer fioo if retI on luiinr aSdates r Q X a Ss i jjWARMLY WELCOMED i loionifu ereiary Chamberlain ii Durban Natal A Frank Speech Delivered By Him IIn- tended to Allay the Fears and Gain the Confidence of the Burghers PtThk n Natal Pep JT Colonial Sccretaiv Chamberlain and Mr Chambeam who loft Portsmouth Eng November 2 on board the armored miser Goodhope landed hero at 1n S1 Friday morning They 1f celvcd a warm welcome from crowds of peopic Th lone speeches iua4e by Mi Chamberlain in the course or thr re option functions were notable for their tronc toa c of conciliation ano his expression of ronfid nee in Iord Nlnc Britiih high commissioner In South Africa Bearing in mind seem Inply th rumors that hit viit would lead to the displacement of lorU Mil tier Mr Chamberlain declared hi be lief That his vteft vowM haT the ef fect of strengthening the hand of Lord Mllnor who he hoped would bo as crcat in ooneiHation a ht had been in the maintenance of The right of the empire Hcferrlnp to the war the Colonial secretary said the Dutch and the Rrlt Jsh had fought In courageous rivalry Between the two races not kindred jiu nigin or nature such a struggle for supremacy had hen inevitable From that struggle two proud and kindred rates woulti cm n santna respect appreciation aLt l1ttin friendship Victor and quisbNI said Mr Chamberlain bravely ptcyeU theii parts We vorn to glory In our tri urnph the enemy need han no hH lliations in their defeat It us s v as Briton worthy of thr Jam that nothing lhE dow te rerive the ani aosllies of the past We nat give our new fellow quality of position with ourselves We ak ow irer something in return it is with them that the Iissues lls V hold om oui haut and ask them i take jt without thought of ibc jHit but frankly aad in the spirit IL s1i1 b it te offerwi Mr Cbamberiaia ettoarat his theme with dfllWIlf RO wt loudly encoreil He aun Hin JB dentally the acceptauie of Ui Bor ner to fight in Somaliiaud ALEX GRAHAM BELL Gives An Idea of a Properly Construct cd Flying Machine AYashingtoc Dec 7Dr Alex ander Grahan Bell vho has jtlt r turned to Wahzntoi front his sum mer home in Cape Breton island Friday night made the following state meet in connection with reports that Lave appeared in the puMK print that he hap invented a tlln ma rhine ni nwalM4rI haf be u preina tnrc in announciur that I have been at work upon a flying rya hin I have not any njiac marhiu at ail and have not iu trying to make one I am of twtTv interest in tilt problem anti hsve come to the con rluion Will a properiy truiedl tlyinp machine should be capable of being flown at a kite if anchored to the ground and that ionversefy a properly constructed kite should b rapabl 01 use at a flying machine provided T itb suitable means of propulsion Myf experiment hae had a theij oliject the liuilding of a kite of soliC onstru ion capable of carrying II in a moderai bieeze a tveight equiv alent o that of a man and engine and KO round that it could Ibe suitablel for utt a the body of a flying ma ihine and with SMpi ortiiiR turfae BO anrtnIi that when the kit Is rut loo it aiSOflip down gently and steadily and land uninjured 1 bare fu ebsfiilly a oiuplisliefl this g but do not are at the present time E to mal public tie details of eon struct on MERCHANT MURDERED j Safe Robbed of 1200 and the Store Burned Down ttIatthls Ga Dee 27 Edward Gay a merchant running a store six miles from here was murdered early Christmas morning ano his slur burn X ed His afwairh outaine i JJ200 as round open ami the money gone t Mr Gay wan called from his homrf by an unn v u man who asked him to change e bill Not having the money Ray walk d with the man to the store I and dio not return His skull was round in the ruins of the store Railroad Building Chicago Dee 27 According to the Railroad Gazette railroad building in the Vnitcd States for 1902 aggregated 6Q2G miles a total not exceeded in any year since 1S8S Second track tidings and ytric lines not included Mascagni Arrested Chicago Dee 27 Signor Ji ln ilaacagni the Italian composer rhc abandoned his American trip while Playing in Chicago last vceok was placed uuder arrest Friday night on s eiarge of embezzlement by his for flier manager Richard Heard To Fight For Statehood apeelaifromOtetro has ilanvd with life wife and IOU Miguel for New York Frott eojPte THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDlst MislieU March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Stor of Jonathan and His Coutlnent bv Max Oltell S eWflerarEIor The Oldest Mostt PopularI Most WidelyI CirculatedI and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky M OUnwtnsitwas in VERR advance VOL XVIII HAZEL GREEN WOLFE CO KY THURSDAY JANUARY 1 i193 NO 20 r THE SLAND OF GUAM Annual Report of Commander Seator Schroeder Washington Ic 27 The annual report of Commander Seato Schroe der governor of the Island of Guam i whIch iIs dated July p and which liar Just reached the navy department owing to the failure of congress to ap yearTheexpendlturrSwhich however Iis a decrease of over JIB lon In the cash balance for the preceding year This loso Is due largely to the unexpected expense in client to the establishment of the lep er colony and the l rrias of over 1tWO In Import duties Commander Schroeder reports that It has her deemed prnden to stop all work of public improvement until further appropriations are made The value of experts and Imports durins the yoar have been respectively 3j dCW and JSriK3 The exports consisted almost entirely of Mexican dollars utn MHind of copper has been ex ported and neither cocoa or coffee has been i nxuiced In sufficient quanti ties to supplx tht home market cwlng to the 5lon recoveries from the ef fert of the hurricane of 1JHO The governor recommends that If a Philippine silver dollar of fix d value is to be coined under the lows of the United States that It be matte IlegalI tender also in Guam in place of the present Mexican dollar The census of the island taken last autumn shows the total imputation to lhe 97C of whom only 16 are foreigners 14 being cltirens of the United States The latter does not include officers anti men or the navy or other civil em ploy temporarily Imported from thc United States Above the ae of 7 4 per tent of the native read and write Spanish He says that the na tires still continue to rofusf to allow their sick to receive medical alien tion lut that conditions are improv lug an excess of births over deaths being shown for each of the last two yearsCommander Schroeder says that there art now 24 leper In seclusion at Tumon bay The governor recum nitud improvements in facilities for fdtKatioii and nhit that the laws for the government of the islands should be rem Mlfle l and nuHiifi l The gov ernor says there is a desire for Inited States iJUfiishijt among IHTSOIIC dom felled III the Island He calls atteu huh to the eae of Pedro MI Duarte at protni the auditor of the island II ocrupios an anomalous ix 6itinn H was an officer in the Spanish anu who resigned after the war and win I obtained an acreptamt of renuncia tion of allegiance Tue result is that today he is a citixen of no country THE EARTHQUAKES Fifteen Thousand Mouses Destroyed People Living in Cars Aljkalad Itusaian Turkestan Dec 27 The otscillaiiiinb of tin santa ut A ml tJan continues Tht e iple tier art using railroad ears to live iu 5i they art imt leaving town on acnunt of their ilisiness interests Commit ttM5 have been appointtd to prepare lists of the IOBSUS to lif and pniperty Iu th Andijan illstriot lis houses wte destroytMi Until the shocks Cease guards will be klll on the rail road between Kedohenks and Audijan to watch for fissures along the line The railroad station at Andijan threat ens to collapc Ilarracks to IK use BE dwfliinch are being rapidly fon utructvd any will soon bi rvady for ofeupancy NOVELTY TO BE INTRODUCED The Santa Fe Co Will Build a Rail road By Electric Light Chi ago Dec 27 Huilding a rail road bv elf uric light is a novelty which will be introduced by tin Santa Fe Co when it begins construction of iu cutoff to connect Pcos Vallej lint with its main line in New Mexico In the construction of tin cutoff line wbkh will liegin within two months SO men will be put to work in Abo Pats canyon and a large electric light plant will bf installed at the mouth of the canyon to that men ran work at night as well as day Appointed Chief of Sculpture- S Loui Jat 27 Carl Theodore Francis flitter has IItecn appointed chief of sculpture of the Jxuiisiana Purchase wtjMmilion takln tho place of Frederick V KurkMnhlt nsFlcnrdl Mr Hitters early llOtniwal In Vi enna Austria where In attended art schools anti studied jculpture Mill To Be Put in Operation Sharon Pa Dec iH was an nounced Friday that tile Crcer tin mill at Newcastle would be put in opera tion on the first Monday in January The Shenango plant will begin operation of 20 of its Z tJ mills at the same time Tile mills have IK en idle since July Village Almost Destroyed Vieksbtirp Mias lie 2IennAllen a illago in Washington county with a population of between four and five hundred wan almost totally do btroyed bv lire Friday morning only tw 8 and an oil itthil being aved INatural Gas In Wyoming 1 Douglass Wyo Dee 27 Natural gas has lbeen ditcovereo 13 miles west of here in an oH well The gas threw derItow of eli 2lij WILL PAY HER DEBTS GnBame ThAm B i lftI1 ace on Custom Recein It Is Understood Venezuela Will Make Any Concessions Even Abandon ing Her Demand That Her Navy Be Returned CitrlllfI iei lniii Stesie MiniMer Bowen anti I insu Bit raIt Veneruelan minister of foreign affairs held a long conference Saturdai night Mr Bowen on eeenitig instructions from Washington conveyed in Senor Biiralt President Roosevelts refusal to act as arbitrator In me Venezuelan difficulty He recommended that the matter he taken to the international peace court at The Hague which had been expreaiy organized tu consider questions in which the honor of a country or the disposition of territory were not concerned He suggested the organization of a commission sit in Washington Iby their ambas toI don to the Vnit d States and zuela bj a delegate Tnt conimi stun iis to sign a dwument setting fort a the matter in be decided at Time Hague court Mr Bowen said alo that Germany would not press fur au immediate payment and thin he bail agreed to accept a guaranty lItaotd- on a percentage of tbltI tonis PtAs a result of this conference rsttr liarsIt telegraphed President Castro to return trout Ia Victoria The pre inent will reach here Monday and Veneuelas answer to the foregoing prollOIll be given th Mi It i t understood that VeiiemeU vii make any r iute sioii oven abmnloH log her demand that Her navy Ibe re turned Through the uezHlnu iM gat in thommitln the Vene zuelan government will ask tbat the blockade be Ililted at once Senor Ba ralt has expresed the desire that Mr Bowen represent Venezuela wi the commission if Mr Bowen ran not ac certt the post it i sugcestetl in offi cial circles that it be given to VtV KtWf el secretary to the AmeJ au I gatjjuli Sitor Baralt bit Ir pare i tie fol low ng statement for the publi renpittiela agree s to pay an hT itch time payments to be suaran i4 b a enam p r entaa of the iloniR rexeipt or by the flotation of 4 special loan Hiso to lie gnaran t e i I believe tbe proposal to sub put tile issues to The Hague will lbe acceptable to President Castro I am snrjr7 that President Iloo evei Wait unable HI at as arbitrator yillemstad C uraiao lie rv The V n zti laii revolutionists have rv euii4eui atie hltlll iCS ataiuot lrtiLi dtnl Castro There o urreti Satur av nioniiiig n hiltl eiutageinnt l 5- tWen liil rvolutionists umlr Gen Ri ra and goverimieni tore ai Can swat in the vicinity of Con ivtails of iboI iisiiKnionl are lacking hut it IP known her that OK revolutionists had artillery The government lone were coiiimitnd d iiy ien Referno Cas tillo ieu Ricra retained his position The armisti e ipetweun the covern mOnt and th revolutiontsK has just expired X w has rtatheul here Hum ai an thoritativp ceiris in Caraca that Vi ente iomez first viei president of the republic intends to carry out a bold strategiii strok against President Castro Cen Xoilo Vidal and rive other lead inc supporters of Gen Matos who had sought retuge here left th Island of Curacao early Sattmlat morning in a aillt uhirh took then in the dire tion of Cmrilr11O nrar Coro on the Venezuelan Mt The depanure of times men iis traen as proof that the ro volt again = t Tlesident Castro Iis stain atmveBABY FARMING CONSPIRACY It Ilo Charged That 300 Children Were Killed By a Japanese Family Victoria 11 C ieu 2liCorrt spondence received from Yokahama- b the steamer Tartar imliti details of a horrible baby farming conspiracy in Osaka An elderly woman her married daughter husband and two othr i eFons have hn arrested for Infanticide anti it is learned that since they gtarted operations title year StU children were killed The Japan Times lisa an arount of a Jnpaneso of Kr ohi having titii niar rivd ti a mpse Th bridvel t tom mittIl iiii ie on tilt ev of hir mar niae Till body wat rtvrel snot at th r juet of tbt deid girls Ipa rents the ccremon took place lu tween the living and dead Will Demand An Increase in Wages Springfield HI 2ft W M Ryan retKry treasurer fnitil Mute rcrk rii of Illinois in a ytat miit os that Ilte mittens of the Vnited Statt wilt nude n demand for M ma trial inrreaF in votes at the national ron ntiiu ft ImtirinpoliK tin Iaiiimury IIP The Blockade Will Continue London JW 2f A difpath to th C ential Nets from Home say it hsq been mionVialiy lllllolln1 l that uncir mpit agrenients time IIokada of the Venezuelan tcat by Ithe allies will tontintie iiriiit the arhitnition of the iissiic- tultana Family Capturca Hru iiF Dec IS The Duth- mmmciii sov reeeiud e telegram rom Ba avin hitch l n Indies announcing the capture ul the sultans fimlb in the uciiutains of Acuiii umatra shr ttty listl tkvuI J11ff POISONED INEIOne Man Is Dead and Woman and Daughter Made Sick Chi ato Dec 2 IIoiOnd is charged by means of a bottle of wine given an a Christmas present Richard dimming t war of age died Sun day at the home of Mrs Lizzie Shana han liJS Ashland avenue where he wat boarding William Monlak his wife Mrs Theresa Monlak and their Hyearold daughter Mary of 11226 Aahlaiul remote w crc arrested Sunday on 8ispiciun of having ItO toneli Cummings A bitter quarrel IB said to have laKen place between Cummlngs and Mfi Shanahan on one side anti thr Mo niaks on the other The wine annrd jug to the story told the polire was gixen to Mrs Shanahan by Mary Mouiak on behalf of list parents as a peace offering Mrs Shanahan drank sonic of it and saul she suffered from severe pains soon afterward She of fered some of the wine to her niswho complained that it tasted hitter Cummings drank the remainder and died 24 hours later piI have been poisoud by that bottle 01 win and want the people who gave it to me arrestedwere the last words to Mrs Shauahan Dr William T Kirb who attended him received a similar statement An examination of CummitigV stoni ah will IIM made Monday Moniak and his wife deny that they had any knowl edge of jKjison being in the wine OF MRS FREMONT I IDEATH of the Pathfinder Passed Away at the Age of 78 Years lot Angeles Cal U c 2 Mrtt Je air Beiitou Fremont widow of ieu Jr mon who di Kl Saturday night at her home at IIt7 West Twentyeighth tre iu this city was 78 years of age Mre KYtiniont was taken ill on Chi istuia She grew rapidly worst and lapsed into unconsciousness from which she never rallied For three years tbe aged widow of toe Path tinder had been extremely feeble as a result of a tall In which she suf feted dislocation of the hip whi h has sime prevented her from walking A naturally strong oiiftitution was iui poired ly the shock of the tall and re catty Mrs Fremont r iuired the at tendau ot a trained nurse her ad vaiited ears aiding the gradual de dine of her strength Mr Fremont va tb s daughter of Thomas H Bu ton for 30 years a senator iu the InifMl States senate STRUCK A ROCK Toe Ar ny Transport Sherman Dam aged South of Luzon Manila lit 2Ortlt United Stale army transixin Sherman struck a rock near San Beruandino litmt south of Luzon Friday night The tran port sustained a heavy shock and some of the heavy plates were dam aged After the accident 23 inched of water was found in her forward bilges lUll was controlled bysteady pumping The steamer proceeded for Manila under her own steam awl ar Tired here Sunday When the Sherman struck tht pas sengors on hoard were terrified line there was no disorder Tlity prompt Ily tool tieir stations with lif pit servers on in time small boats Tilt officer ot tilt Sherman handled the situation splendidly Her cargo was not damaged It proiiably will be net essary fur her to dotk at HouKonc CONFEDERATE VETERAN HOME Assistance Offered By the Colored Normal School at Norman Ala Montgomery Ala ltv 28 ttul J i Falkuei has received a letter front W H Couucil of the colored uorualI school at Norman Ala offering as fiistance to the home fur ionfedeiate veterans to be established at Moun taut Creek Ala Prof Couucil uff r the services free of carpenters hijack smiths and others from the school who ought be useful in building the home and also agrees to furnish a dozen pair of shoes tor tie veterans whom he refers to as those grand old men who followed Lees tattooed ban tiers down to Appomattox Death of Rev D C Rankin Nashville Tenu Dot 2JtlA private cablegram received by Rev S H Chester secretary of the board of for eign missions of the Southern Pres byUriau church announces tie death Sunday from pneumonia iu Seoul Co rca of Hcv D C Hankin editor of thf foreign missions publifatious of the Presbytrian church Negro and His Wife Lynched Greenwood S C tIer tW K lay a prominent young farmer of tbe Tray section of this county was mur dered in his own yard by a Negro Outer Wideman or his wife boti of them living on the place mill a few hours later both of the Xegro wrc Ilynched by lays infuriated neighbors Died While Praying Itiitherfonlton X Coo f 5At a prayer mating three miles from town Jaine Snyiler called upon eral to join in prayer Mr Snyder wtit foi ward When the congregation arof they were astonibhtd to timid that Mr Snyder had died while praying To Be Excommuncated tome lIeu LThte Tribune says the pope hat ordered the ar hbihop of Manila to excommunicate all pet sons who endeavor to promote the tau ction of a national cburvh in tot Phil- ippinesi o a r A TERRIBLE WRECK TwentyEijriitI Kiiied anti Many Hurl on a Canadian Koati The Operator Who Failed to Deliver the Order to the Conductor Says It Was Cancelled by the Dispatcher tint iJ 2ttTbr wereI IlundonI 110 Suiulay anioig Itht PTIHIF injuredl in Fritay nigmem ioliion at Waasteail on the S trtiit bramh of the ranil Trunk rnilrl1all IloC u IR f- lxjiresa SI Iuhound and an ttstboiind freight in wlmiih 2S per- Sons lost their livs At Viettwia hurn toils l several of the injured are still in a serious eniiitiou lout it tis eprteoii that nil will rOWT Tn tasly oj Fireman Hlckftts of the exprt train which was Satunia n1ii i- ilierd to be iHineu under the wrtaM i eugintfc svas found Sunday cover l with snow in the ditci bmide th trat One arm was ennoletuly torn off and the holyseas uthwcipe man gllell alb must have been lu taft taueiHjMAndrew Canon ThUI M rtttt at Wat lord1 the nr i station eat of tlu wrecfc who i failure to deJiver orders 10 CoiidiKtwr MiAtilifl of thc Pacifb express to pass the freight at Wan teiiil in ad by the Grand Trunk of ficials to have cuHprtt the wreck Sun tiny afternoon made his tIt Mate meiit iuef the wreak He says nt e ceived the order tot Xc 0 tin pre to pass the freight at Wan stead at f l oclock but tieelates 10 itivvly that a few miiiutei later Di twnhpr J G Kerr at loiitlon alleil him lIId ordered him tobnt or ran tel tilt order He said AlMHit tbslier ralliiiK Vyoming aHti a eertain omit chat the freight was the the I- iI atthlr called me rapidly a halt ikiseti- tItne When I answered on Ue wir he toiii me ui bust thi wnier I wrote heist it across the oriier jut as Xt Z was coming in Condnto MAuHffe ianit in and naked me what the itnler bourii was out asaiuM him for I toiii him that we had an iwletJ i fur him but the iispat he had bust eilr it He asked me to liners and write him a Clearance unlT whirh I tIN After tae train had starieil and was out ot my reach tin ilispatibpr Kimed this the freight had Ito Wy ominc 1 toM him I elitist not Mop Xo i Ih it had left H imm Hiia Mlj began stilling Kins Court Jmi tior the station between Watfonl 3lalJ WaiiMcad OH the railroa wire and I tiied to raise them on a cwtutiieriiai Wire We huH tailed to do thin how ever until after the expre had pes wi the junction One oi t mc mut pntuetH features oi the wreck u th triiiV lts sutain lt1 by the Bo4bv fa nlltor Port Hnroo in the death of Mrr J Itwlloy sum Civui Bodkv and graiflduiisbter littb Lottie lyncfl who Oiled at Virt iria hospital The bodies of 1 o the vie tim have been hipped to tar fir rowing fri t14Is at Monte The tnmk ot the an yet unidentified woman wah located hy the Grand Trunk otlkia Sunday smithl arrived iiere uboHt nv oclock Sunitay night It will be searched iu an endeavor to fiud som thing with whit h ii Wemify th wmanFOUR BODIES RECOVERED Explosion in the Little Redstone Mine Near Fayette City Pa Fayettf Ciy Pa Dev 2 run bodies hart been recovered Irum thf little itsilstutifi mute two miles alHl t lierc where tie explosion meurro l Saturday night Thete may yet br another victim beneath the pile of do loris in out of the entries TIlt dead are victims of their own cjirelessne it is claimed lby tIme mine officials Ietaue they deliberate Ily passed a dancer signal while carry ing naked lamps BECAME DESPERATE BY WANT An Old Soldier Poisoned His Grand daughter and Cut His Throat Floreiuc Ala Def jCalvitt Car on an toil ontfilerate oldier driven to tlspetation1 by want with lIlt grand daughter a helpless cripple dependent upon him gave time girl carbolic add and iut lois own throat at 7 oYlor Sutnla morninc The girl has ben a cripple from birth anti wa 21 year eld When found at S oVloik by an otliT tenant of the house tie was dead The man i dangerously wounrt tdl1 lint he may recover Severe Earthquake Shocks Home DLM JA severe earth ijtiake shuck was experienced at Syr settee Sicily Sunday evenitiK It was preceded by several subterranean rum- blingsI Si Peiecbuig Det 2 An ianh quake shook which lasted 23 seconds was cit Sunday at Biok in rIte Ken ernment of Temsk n May Resume His Tour Chicago Dec 2lslietrou MaCM6Ui Italian eornposer will appear in Chi eago atl temporary director of tbe Thomas orchestra It was also de tanned that he will resume his tour ot the timiteti States and he is now Ilook tug for a manager Reed Gives All to His Widow Ness York Ute 21 Thor will of Thor n necd has been flied It gives all his estate to his widow Mrs Snxan P Reed and umfce her sole executrix a bequffct to his father acd mother baviiiK lapjed by their death d ce C 11IC 1 I I INTERESTING STATE NEWS I iI 111 u u u Ua ssa g A HISTOIIIC CHECK It Was Found Among the Personal Papers of the Lite Jas Murphy tiliotull Ky iltK CWbiilel- uiiit eizaittl atluiiuibtrator ot the ej title oi t je late lames Murphy was go Ing through till batters irnnil pa toen Th tr tay he eame atroar a cheek tot l i whiit Murpby drs on Fe rotary 22 tS47 paynblt to tbe ordr- tf t m tai Hurry M Weon with 1n tMHtiun that WtidtiH lei the full aaMiutit in Murpby behalf that is5 J COt tIt would win hit figu wtth UIi Ft7iinimnns in Carson CHy Xev tiiHt ysr The heek bears tbe er soital iin ireiuent lit Harry M Vel don For Mime tiuhnoTn runin The motiti was never placed Murphy SIH be amount nturnr lit him a few lays aftur the fight III the sltapc uf a perouAl check front VehbmJ MURDER FOLLOWEr Three Men Attacked James Turner at a Lodge Meeting lxinsttiH KT D i 2V V list may tee a iioiibi killing oc iin nl at Beck nerevillt on tIme edge of till county wha James Turu T sjoi anti InMaiiUy Ullled Howard Brown ulIli serioubly Koumled Itmi nrnnl It s belis ill the laite will diti TIlt lank are colored anti the trmtble cam ut tultI a N IV lodge lUortaiiinKnt qutnrre ro itt which Turner war n attlied fby three Hiumburs of the ItrowH tar ib ami claims that he shut in elil defense The trasedy brongni tie ie e to an etui Turner was art iHl Sunti lf miHning hy tht sheriff of Cli ri rein t j and n uitarp of mnnlvr maiii apuinrt him- THOROUGHBREDSSKELE I 9NS They Will Soon Be Mount d and Placed in Kentucky State Co lege Iexinpion IKy bet 21iTI e skel eton forms of three of Ken Micky ollt representative sires will non tllodnt1 Io and Ilial iIsId IliT uk in UK wnMiin of naturaj history t Ken tn ky lltle eiilltipe Tin fig I trot tins sire George Wilkes ii all ready ih mihiy HaiM v r is bins IN pared tot ret ptii n arid now Garret line have giver consent for the hi ugi the famous hunting sire HUicU Sqiiir rti t bt xhunied for t it sni i per roe Four Bullets Hit Him Xew Haven Ky ties 27 VilUant- MiI i dlttot was ho by Maor Wii F Johnson sho wa trying t i rrei him MUdletOM attack d Johns in wjth a t nb and Job1t14lf1 Cred tot shoots1 to save him elf One biibt I h MW- di tin iu the MUm h Uxlxiuj ntuler the tongHe tWO lit him in i hf left arm and on sraieti th I nuldei His wound are dstmsrtsuis tt at not f ex arllv mud One Brother Dead loiiirviliv Ky IV OVl lain F ScJtimaker one rf the two I rirtlieiv shot hy Ed T Cannily Saturrta mum lag died at hiity biMpittil SuBday murning Tb charge asaiuat Gamily has been changetl to mtiiiler Chaun wy Sehumaker the oilier brother iis appurviitly hoWing his own but the physicians are afraid to lei him kauow- our hs brotherV death One Year For Whitecapping Owenslmni Ky Dec 2J John Webber who w u oousbteul here a few ihays 5gt fur whHetap iiig ami whose ptiiiisbmeiil was fixed at uti- eisr it the penitentiary was 5tOtCtOu ed anti will Ibe taken to the branrh penitentiary at IMiiyvillc Ill ii tht first instance of conviction loin wait npping in thin clItoris here Shot and Killed By a Witness Fianktort Ky lieu 2U Kdwani Atlanta alll 22 yjr was shot anti killed ThuisnUy night by George Ilean- as the result of quarrel over teti mon Broil hint given in a polke Mirt here against Ailams Before he was shot Adams stsbl M Beau in the ne k inniting It serious wound Noted Race Mare Changes Hands Lexington Ky Dee iTlt note mare Unit McCarthy by Pa trou out of Lull Hempstead ha changed hans Sot was sold by Ha ky Bros for a fair price to George Holloway of Xicholasvllle Ky She ie in foal to Jean Beraud Frozen to Death loiiita IKy Bet 7Wm Friend a steamboat engineer was found dead near the railrtiail track n few miles below Louisa having frozen to lath He was on the train ronilug triitu Cat lettsburs and under the influence of liquor He got oft thor train Hear IKin item Station Will Build a Town Padtuh Ky Dee 20 Incorporation articles were filed here for the Kevii City Improvement Co which Is capi talized at JltlM The company will build a town on the Paducab and Cario branch of the Illinois Central in Ba lard county Telegraph Company Sued Partucah Ky Dec 2tjE W Pratt filed a suit asainet tbe Postal Tele graph Cable Co for 2OO damages for alleged delay in delivering to him at message boirius thee news of the time at his brothers fuaeral at Sijaw Mass t i o S s 1 2 SUBSCRIPTS RflTESg 5 CiT c dracre5 0 10 i TeeOrfltjuai iStrt c r f i Tee Sate fier T 3ur naa Indicates i tl1le1 ar aio la You should rf f sew Ie days aelorr tie is OCT alldj Sirr po to3 e county ad state ffr t e5 fIKn rr tbTf oiir adirsss t hmuict o aeum se tsa4 it = J M t rat 9 FIRE AT CYNTHIANA An Explosion in a Steam Laundry Caused 18000 Loss Cyniliiana Ky Ilet tFiro Sunday night ea iftt iy the explosion of jKiuie iitmkalI iu the Cynthianw team lauu ry ie t rot the riant t soul Umac tiif city hall ant thet CyntiiiaUH CarriaK Ce building The lauuilry and ar tse companj build jogs tore oiwn4 by th trxfri whose t kia if 3uitt with no insnivuce Tilt lannilry i CIIlnofl by Joan IavedI lobe S 4tHNI with JlCMj intiraiite The carriage oman loses aliout S6ji y with small insurance li t on the Hty hall iis shout Jlrmi j LOWEST OF THE SEASON 1 A Cold Christmas in Some Parts of the thII I Usta ilit Ky lIeu niuinu j 1iukt Cfcrie4ma in xumo PaTti of lilt tenth In Lotmiitsilk the tern perMiwr Was the ltiwtt tot the IBOU being IS rincreos above z ro at mid ftii= ht after hovering anttiMii trial mar all day Iu ttanta the tttcrmometc regit4ured Ui dosroos at midnight drop o4 H degrees in 24 hours Tin icitiMTRi irf was ii above in Mum phK I THE DEAL CLOSED t 4 Weissinger Tobacco Works Sold to the Continental Tobacco Co I louihviiif Ky iet 2iliariy Voisains tsreictni of the VeitHi iltftr Cn it this jt hs dow ja il 1 whitit hut5losenl pending several iiay ion the sale or this plant to tli Continental Tobaico Co for ir5wyoj The Ialf haie lIcon signed arid Mk Uoi inger will Icnvt tOT NewjYorlc Monday to omplfl the d tails of thl ran ncti n The company it one tic lie largest i imiiKiidont riiiiierns ot he linil in the ountry Attempt to Break Jail V rsailleii K Ic uiergsHnnaker under nianrt of lift imII prJsonment ii till penItentiary for murderously assaulting his wife uul tor two former penitentiary corvie tions and Alfred Gray xnalting trial rr ltore stealing Itoth white men at tempted to break jail They had foi cetl the bKk ott a ll door with a bar i IHattOlI1I l I i IHI t I 4t f Chicago the ttoeteor which njini th county Xovember fur a fanry price but Mr DaHglit reftiseil i stall the amimnt The rale was made over the long distair tel pliona The HKJieur was ftmnd lot llwford Stajon- MIH Was rurI3oil from him by f iiaughertyBurned By Powder Mayille Ky lK 7lameo hut hr brother itt Ur V It lIet1in ofNew RUt cat v en near lositig both eyes C Henry Farwkk wa n otlng lilankstantri4gs whrii out xploid4 jln Mr llvltin late LiS was terrillj burn Pd about the fMit and netl ailil was hurriiily ilUHKured by the rain ut- IlttwIPfl lH uetn iing the skin Smallpox at Bondville UiTii4lfib rg Ky IIt 27 Tcn fa tot smallK x nave developed at Uonrtvillf a statMrn nine wiles out on this Southern railioaii Hr M I For ythe presidcm of the loartl nf health has quarantined thv tridu famltii and has njrt all tbe jtetiple there vaeiinat1 Bcmb Placed in the Courthouse KHtwIlvillr IKy LiCE rC Some ttilsltiiuti persons ptaied a bomb fu the sestin4l story oi the lrt coon Mime late Vilucsday afternoon All tin windows were blown out and tw plate Klas window in the bank oC ItussellviUf arnM th street were broken Indicted on Murder Charge Lexington Ky De 2ceorgeSO- J45C was Indict bs th grand Jury charged with the murder of Edwanl McMurtry l1r laP Sunday night Soprr it iit alleged1 struck MiMurtry on tIme head with v wins l Ittle fra tnring hit SKiill He wa r3raadl on J300 bond 4 Two Brothers Shot lifiiKin Ky Dee 2S Two sons of John Ibalh iif AliEwin were acci tlfintally SHill by John MDcrmotb while the latitr was brferliinp a shot gun Hotli shells exploded The entire load of nm hit tin Ibler brother iu tile hip shatseriug the bow He is lIt fxp ele l tll rfIIlr Tan wounds of tilt otHer ar utItetJ IlrinUii 1 Three Killed and Two Injured I uiivllb le 2irta1 pnwenger I train No 4 ion ibf Illiioiji CentralI bound for Cincinnati trom New Or leant crasnetl into a wos I train at Caneyvillc St miles from lonisvlllsSThree men were instantly killed and two injured Married at Midnight ISergent Ky Pee 21 Andrew I Wright aced 3iO and Polly HolbrooV aged 34 were marricll at midnight The hour was set early lout the U ense lid not reach them until that time 1 L 3 W i 7 I ifa J Tho Kind You Have Always Bought and which has ofII In use for over 30 years has homo tho slfrnatnro Ii atk has been made sonal supervision since perIAllow to deceive All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTOR I AC- astoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It t contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotlo f substance Its age Is Its guarantee It destroys Worse 1 allays Feverishness It cures Dlnrrh a and Wind Colic relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation r and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy ant natural sleep Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Beaus the Signature ofi T The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years awe OKIITA I COMMIT TT HUIIIUT STKIT MEW TOM onT d Brilliant flnay of Holaii Gifts InI DiamondsI Watches Jewelry CIecks and Silverware Spectacles c icIDiamond Kings S750 and upward Plain Gold Rings 75c and nr Watches 100 250 300 600 and upward promrtattention FRED J HEINTZ JEWELER E Main St app Ilmnix Huttl LEXINGTON KY L L I SiirI11sBy Sale for Taxes taxesdue the Sheriffof Wolfe county for years 1001 1902 I will on MON tlaybetweeuoclock p in at the court house door in the town of Campion Ky expose to publicf realVestate or so much thereof on may be neces sary to satisfy the taxes and costs towit PRECINCT XO2 adjoiningf N B Graham town lot in Hazel t Tax and cost 862 Mason Kasb town lot in Hazel Green Tax and cost 379 Sarah Eo Kash town lot in Hazel Green Tax and cost fSliS Samuel Moore Heirs 80 acres of land adjoining land of J D Rose Tax and cost E 373W S Willis 30 acres of land adjoining land of Morgan Spencer Tax and cost J3s PRECINCT No 4 alljoiniolt1648 alljoininlland123John adjoining283Robert alljoinilglandMorton Swango 50 acres land adjoining r land of Joel Chenault Tax and cOst 283 adjoiniulandPRECINCT No 7 adjoinFT F STAMPER Dec 44t Sheriff Wolfe County rt- 4 KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of thep dlgestants and digests all kinds ot t r food It gives Instant relief and never falls to cure It allows you to eat all the food you The most sensitive manythousandscured after everything else failed It1s unequalled for all stomach troubles K cant help oi4betChicago i TboflbotUocontalnsZU limes WF BAKER BEPEESEXTIXO GUGGENHEIMERCOlno liaitag Dry 6Qods Notions Jobbers LYNCHBURG VA l SyIimmediately with full line of satAple Dry Goo llsandesttheoreo46Iy 1 f and under his its I no ono you in anti It The Green want Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect October 19 1902 EAST BOUND Dailyexi No2 Sl STATIONS t =1No4 ex Sunday i iii Sunday 11PI j AYLye 2 25 pm OIILexington 01 7 45 am 3 10 pm 2 am 3 oG pm OjlWinchester018 13 am 4 00 pm 23 am 4 35 pm57jNat Brillge115i 9 54 am 4 49 pm i 10 08 am 5 11 pm70i BeattyveJc 17011029 am IiJ 11 pm 901 OKJuncn 90111 26 am 15 amtWEST BOUND No3DailY1l Sunday IIII 1 P3lArr Suny- AMArr 10 10 am 05 pm 9 25 am 20 pm S 37 am 39 pm 1I011TorrentIIol4828 am 30 pm 8 01 am 01 pm 7 4i am 47 pm 7 260m n1i70 pmG0 ft K BRANCH EAST BOUND Daily No33 ex R STATIONS re 21 ex Sunday 0 1No 330 0 Jackson o 1120 3 35 60KJunction 6lI 11 20 4 17 IfWilhufstlt 11 52 4 30 13 Hampton13 11 58 5 10 20 Lee City20 12J5 18 22 Helechawa 22 12 2S 5 45 27 Caunel City 27 12 45 PM ARn PM Ana WEST BOUND Daily No 31II STATIONS I INo 22 ex I 2 35 9jJacksonI0 10 f 6 2 alt 1 58 823jllWilhurstltl 152 28a700 27 Cannel City 27 1 05 A M Lye P 511 LVK Nos 3 and 4 make close connection for Cannel City and points on Ohio and Ken tacky Railway Division daily except Sun dayNos 1 and 2 connect at L E Junction with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling pointsNot at Beattyrille Jane tion with L A for DcattyvilIe daisy ex dayrUmagereRAS WANTEDOne dozen hens of the hatch of 1902 for which the paidApply rt- t THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Etor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Jan 1 1003 1f+ N J Tho Spanish minister of justice has just issued a recommendation that hereafter no marriage license be issued where either party does not enjoy good health I 0000jj An alderman in Chicago has in troduced an ordinance forbidding i barbers to talk to their customers I The ordinance ought to include Chicago professors as well 0000 Tho cost of the 12th census is now figured out to have been 12 854818 and it is further added that this is an average of 151 per capita in the United States 0000 The Boer commanders Kritzin i ger Joubert and Foucho have arrived in this country and will dett liver a number of lectures Fouche will settle here permanently 0000 Hetty Green made 1500000 in Wall street the week before ChristI mUSt and was of course able to in vest in gifts for many worthy indi gents Did she do it Well thats another story 0000 Two men convicted of burglary near Rochester Ohio have received the severest sentence for such a crime ou record in that state One was condemned to servo for life theipenitentinryII I England and Germany are looking to the United States fur aI graceful way in which to get of the hot Venezuela matter We will try and got them out of their predicament with the aid of the I Hague tribunal but they must 10I good The hereafterII WlslthoI I I liners alone carried 35000 money t orders amounting tt 017000 and it is evident that millions of dolj man have gone to the old COUl tryI this your for Christmas present I OOOO I According to Samuel Gompers of the American Federation of La j i bor 50of the strikes are abso lutely won and in 254 of the remainder part are gained Even whop the strikers lose it is a bene fit to others he says for em ployers will be more chary in forc ing strikes 0000 ExPresident Cleveland1 1 and Booker Washington spoke from the j I reIcentIyI I country might as well recognize first as last that the education of the Negro must be looked to And he commended industriall schools especially opooHere for tho girls Mrs E P Bickell superintendent of the Chicago board of charities says that according to her infor mation 400 divorces in that city in the last year were the direct result of the wives slovenly housekeep ing and foisting bad cookipg on the husbands 0000 The miners closed their case the week before Christmas before the anthracite coal strike commission after about 160 witnesses for their side had been examined covering 20 days testimony The case for the operators was opened up but little progress was made as the commission adjourned over for the holidays 0000 F or clearness of articulation there is no United States senator who can successfully compete with Mr Burton of Kansas He has a clear highsounding voice which will fill a much larger room than the senate chamber and he utters his words with a precision and ac uracy almost mechanical He was at one time a teacher of elocution 0000 ThoStaudard Oil Co is capital ized at 100000000 and this year it declares a dividend of 48000 000 From 1897 to the present year inclusive its declared divi dends have amounted to 237000 000 As if these earnings were not enough the oil trust has again raised the price of oil and in New York the wholesale price is 13ff a j gallon r it Muscles aching bones breaking strength failing Thats Malaria 1 The remedy Ayers Malaria and Ague Cure 23fe To his only daughter Margaret Andrew Carnegie gave the magnifi cent mansion now standing completed after years of labor and the expenditure of more than 3000 000 at Fifth avenue and Ninetieth street She was the first person besides the workmen to enter the house and was followed by her father on Christmas morning Later tho mansion with all that is in it and the surroundings were made over to her Humors Come to the Surface- In pimples and other eruption but dont run themselves all off that war They mostly re main In the gystemthata bad Hoods Sarsaparilla removes them wards off danger makes good health sure Take It A Splendid Daily Paper The Christmas edition of the Morning Herald published at Lex ington was the largest most com plate and handsomest newspaper ever issued from that city And to get up this mammoth edition nothing was eliminated from tho preceding issues of the paper for every day appeared in form from eight to 12 pages its columns being filled with news of the bluegrass region Kentucky general and foreign affairs and ovnr and above all like the cream of a pan of rich milk were the editorials of Col W C P Breckinridge which are everywhere conceded to bo the most excellent entertaining and instructive of modern times Indeed tho reader is reminded that Junius is again in the hash so ole gant are they in diction But for our limited spaco we could say a modernIit however to state that with the beginning of this year Tho Herald willoccupy more commodious and pruximijI ofII Throo Mergenthaler typesetting I machines will be added and the paper enlarged and improved A sample copy for the asking Unconscious From Cronp During a sudden and terrible attack of croup our little girl was unconscious from strangulation says A L Spafford postmaster Chester Mich and a dote of One Minute Cough Cur was adminis tered and repeated often It reduced tho swelling and inflamma tion cut the mucus and shortly the child was resting easy and speedily recovered It cures Coughs Colds LaGrippe and all Lung troubles One Minute Cough Cure lingers in the throat and chest and enables the lungs to contribute pure health giving oxygen to the blood COUNTY NEWS NOTES LEE CITY LACONICS 0George Rogers left for Oklahoma last Friday but will return in a few daws E P Hobbs of Torrent has rented the Dewey House and now lives in Lee City Clay Rose has rented the Dew ey to a Mr Hobbs and is living across the river at present Clay Rose and Price started lat Monday for Humboldt Ill to I visit Allison Rose and family Virgil P Simer a general mor chant here has gone to Morehead where he will again go into busi ness Hobbs dt Akers of Fincastle have bought C L Whites nice stock of goods and White has removed to Olive Hill Carter county L D Cooper who has been look ing after Bradys business hero left Tuesday for Ingleside W Va where he intends to make his fu ture home I am informed that George Mc Quinn of Neola gave a dance on Friday night last which was a suc cess there being severalscraps besides shots exchanged though no one was hurt in the least D N Wells a wellknown farm er of this vicinity has purchased nice little farm near Mt Sterling He and family left last week for their new home and we all trust they will be well satisfied J R Terrell and wife gave the young folks a social one night last week A good crowdattended a few of whom were the two Misses Taulbee of Tanlbee Lizzie and it c r Mary Atltlie Shoekey mid brother Logan of Rose Fork Laura and Enema Holloa and yo scribe All had n most enjoyable time playing grunt Robt Wilson happened with a sad accident Christmas eve Sto ner Walters anti Taylor Tolson were going along tho road shoot ing and wero about 250 yards from I Wilson i home when ho heard thorn shooting Ho grabbed his Winchester went to tiro door and fired four or five shots when Sto ncr shot him the hull penetrating alt nl LIre inches from his left I nipple Tho doctor could never locate the bull Wilson died in about 12 hours Dec 29 RED JACKET Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor in and cheerfulness soon disappear out of or trouble has become so prevalent that it Is not for to with If If the urine scalds the flesh or If the child reaches an age when it should able to control the passage it Is yet with bed upon it cause of the difficulty is trouble and the first step should the of these important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a as most suppose Women as well as men are m erable with and bladder and both need the same remedy The mild and the immediate of SwampRoot is soon It is by druggists fifty cent and one dollar sizes You may have a sample bottle by mallJ when kidneys are order diseased Kidney uncommon a child be born afflicted weak kidneys child urin too often when be afflicted wetttng depend kidney be towards treatment diseased habit people made kidney great effect realized I free pamphlet ten nome of SwampRoot ing all about it including many of the I thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer 2i Co Binghamton N Y be sure and I mention this paper StaMarir MdcaFAnnnal r and ENCYCLOPEDIA A Statistical Volume of Puts and Figures Containing Ova 600 Pages I the the ates the also JOootoK 100 oFACTS SPECIAL FEATURES UthihtltPlatforms el Politics rfl Partlee ol 1902 Or JPS Hear ot the National A0J Committee Federal rt LeilalaUool ftw Pe aejciaoi lithmlaa Canal Law Civil Oor 2ern went for the Philip plnea OualincatioM 2lor Voting in All I AutomobileStatllUa Military and PatrioUc Soctotlei Information 05 For gn Their Ruler =Woe= ExSloraUoa SeismicDisturbance Racesstruetiou Information for the ICondensedStore and the Home Prfce 2603w Postpaid to any address sac THE WORLD fttttier BoUnc New York TI1 COMMERCIAL SCHOOLS want to send you their catalog and circulars If you can not attend one of our schools now WE CAN TEACH YOU Bookkeeping and Shorthand successfully BY MAIL WheelingCharleston ClarksburgWVa ANTEDSay 5000 acres COKING COAL LANDS conven iently located for transportation to Columbus Ohio State rock descriptioninbus Ohic 510 PAPERS Clean and Nice for salOLD1 tthUoSceatQcenU per 109 AY i H F PIERATT H C QUICKS ALL J H F PIERATTfI CO I 1 DEALERS IN 1 I 11111 01 0 00000 III 0 oooaaakooeeeeoeeeooooooooeeoeae 100000111111111110 i General Merchandise i 10000000 OOOOlIOIlOOOOUJ 11101100 0 00 00 1000 ou 00 00 ooo o 0 1000 0 01110000001 Live Stock and 111 Country Produce IF YOU WANT CHEAP GOODS COME WITH THE CASH as that is the only safe and reliable way to do business PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT Very respectfully H F PIERATT tt CO IE- PS parties call and now settle indebted or there to meiiHOT TIME IN THE IIAU TODAY us I am deter to wind up all my outstand business Thanking you for past patronage and more especi if you will pay mo for my fyou have consumed IIaUy I remain respectfully rteaH F PIERATT RESTORED MAtHOOD II I 1 l1i DR MDTrs KEKTKB1KB e Too great remedr for nersonv prostration and all ncrrons dlreaut ot the JencrallTc organs of clthereet such 81 nervous Praetratton F tlf Inll or 1tMnrhood Intelr NIIIlIr Kmlmloiw Youthful Errors Mental Worrr ercenu e me of Tnlamt or Opium which lend to C w sumption ami iInrinltr tytthcscryordcrwectreavetoergas ante OruroFrefmul thorn rare uldt 3110n per hoxe OX8 toe aaoo DIrM117RsCJ1EUICALU ClevcUudUk tTHE CHICAGO POST THE HOME Post1s1sEuiy LIVESTOCK Skipper sioili read dally Be Chicago Post fury PRODUCE Slipper sioili read daily Tke CIcago Post IdErenGRAIN Skipper skould read daily Tke Chicago Post THE CREAT MARKET NEWSPAPER THE lEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU Subscribe through your commission flue newsdealer or publisher of newspa per containing tins advertisement Sample copies sent free on request Address THE CHICAGO POST Chicago I- IICLOTHNOI have a nice lot of clothing which I intend to close out and if you want a bargain in this line do not fail to call at once CS OESOAlso I will sell you shoes at 100 that I have always sold at 125 and the same pro throughRemember for CASH ONLY J wI ROSETHE PEOPLES FRIEND hAY MILLINERY A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY and NOTIONS LADIES FURNISHINGS DRESS GOODS- TRIMMINGS c RIBBONS HOSE c J VAnd sells everything so low that the poorest may buy J TAYLOR DAYCARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF Ladies Dress Goods Gents Furnishings Ladies and Gents Standard ShoesII Lamps and Queensware Cutlery and Hardware Boots Shoes Hats Caps usuallyfound I Deweese Wilgus Practical Bricklayer HAZEL GREEN KY HAS had Thirty Years experience is prepared to luy brick in walls build flues and chimneys set grates Ac In fact be can do anything in that line that can be done with brick mortar and trowel 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1118611 t rlNrgiq lL trtileNrrO t =7rnsltiuJfrellW tllNtei t 1M1NUt1ilIIlawN1waMit s I Mrs Emmons saved fromI an operation for Ovaritis tells how she was cured by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound I am so pleased with the results I obtained from Lydia K IMnklinms Vegetable Conpouml that I feel it aclnty and a privilege to write you about it suffered for over five years with ovarian troubles causing an un pleasant discharge a great weakness and at times a faintness wouhl como over me which no amount of medicine diet or cxcrcibo seemed to correct Your Vegetable Compound found the weak spot however within a few weeks and saved inc from an operation all my troubles had dis I appeared and I found myself once I more healthy and well Words fail to describe the real true grateful feeling that is in my heart and I want to tell every sick and suffering sister Dont dally with medicines you know noth p ing about but take Lytlla 12 Pink t Juntas Vegetable Compound and l take my word for it you will be a different woman in a short time MBS LAn A EMMOXS Walkerville Ont I 9000 forfeit If original of a Ole letter provirg fenuintnas carnot tie produced Dont hesitate to write to Mrs Pinkham if there is anything about your case which yon do not understand She will tr attt you with kindness and her ad I refI helped thousands Address Lynn Mass isII I I I I I II II I I j I j I I II t Via Dubuque Waterloo and Albert I Fast VrsMu N git Iran with uaII Sleep ng Cur Bullet Lbrarvtai anj Reclung C hair Car Oininc Ca Service en octe Tickets utI agents ct I C R It and connecting Lees H HANSON C P A CHICAGO Ji- A I IAY SPOT CASH loutL v LAND WARRANTS I AilImalDlIIArcllloi e ELECTROTYPES st urfrty lor oatoo at the Iot pris by IIert I eoIU nf1 st netaIJ i 1 DROPSY NEW DISCOVERT fir nulckrH rDjcut orC 111 CruuI I o JI tstmentIre D U It JfU1I 0050 ii Q TLAIL bS I A FINE COUNTRY Retldrnt of Ohio Saym Western Gsa ads lit an Ideal Lend for FarM- er and Ranchers A delegate from Ohio to Western Canada says The whole of West ern Canada seemed to me to be a- very fine country but I spent most of my time about thirty miles east of Lacombe In Alberta near what la popularly known us the coal banks on the lied Deer Hirer anti I am very pleased to report that the coon try appears to be everything that the Agents of the Canadian Government have claimed for it Good water can be obtained almost anywhere from 17 to 10 feet anti fed generally IrI springs The natural hay and grass were magnificent in their growth and wild pea vines ery heavy I met some of my friends wJio moved there seven years ago and two brothers who hail absolutely nothing on their arrival seven years before now own two and a half sections of land and 175 head of cattle They told me that they dill not feed their stock all win ter in fact never saw them again until the spring when they came home fat and without loss I gaiL ered oats 6 ft 4 high and running from 73 to 1 JO bushels per acre It appeared to me that all grasses wild and cultivated grow to perfection in any part of Alberta that I saw and the farmers wore cutting frotH two to three tours of wild hay to the acre I found the climate very de sirable in every respect and Inn told that the winter is the tinest part of the year There is plenty of coal and wood to be had near at hand for the hauling and such is toy satisfacticm with the country that I acquired some land anti have put a bunch of cattle thcrron L can confidently rec ommend Western Canada us a suit able place for farmers to immigrate to and can assure them the kindest treatment by the ipeople Jinre ro much so that one does not liistiu guish the fact tl at we have left the boundaries of till United States Hugh Spender of the Westminster Gazette quo of the British Journal ists who visited Canada this summer 1902 says We fell in with a young farmer from Somersetshire England driving a binder round a hundred acre field of wheat in Westt I ern Canada In conversation I found that he came from within fifteen miles of my old home in Somerset shire Here was the very man we wanted He hind come to Manitoba ten years ago with n capital of 12 on landing In England he had been employed on a dairy farm and earned eighteen shillings n week He now owns 3O acres of laud his horses buildings and cattle and expects to have 1000 bushels of wheat this season We had heard of such things in the old land but they did not seem credible until wj conic to this Iliv ing example of the strides that it is possible to mnkc in Manitoba HUll this man remained in Knglanl I it is pretty safe to say lie would still be eighteenIperiod in Manitoba he has beome a substantial and prosperous farmer Irknow a man who commenced iu ssiniboia 13 years ago with no means no capital Today this man owns 7000 acres of mail some 3C liorMs 30 or tO bullock cows etc He has built a good stone house with Ins own hands and has now married and is doing well with every prospect increasing his means in the futureIIof Canada has the roost exhil arating bracing climate I ever knew All that is required in the settler is perseverance grit patience and thelltllIIlIQman From letter from a retired oflicer in the British army An Irlah Itrlrlftrrator- An Irish woman was looking at rrfri era tors in R hot cfurnifhin store sonic week ago After iuiminnp into the nitriti ani itiahtiM fitiuunber of them she uur aruuredhrrctutstcitheuiu thekitcheiimildly suggested that possibly the had not coldIuro ia Why yon are crazy thirllboughtttereirlgeratrurI tbelIreI Aiciiirfiv lluiband Didnt I tell you tellitwas a secret but you did not ay IIwas not to tell it to anyone X Y Weekly IfriendFurapudesco = =c = W Constipation Makes ir Bad Blood CONSTIPATIONIfesteringWood The blood becomes impure and tothoYou cannot cure a case like tbfa by pcommoncathartlegp clan is ineffective Mulls Grape Tonic Inathiltiontogiving tonic which immediately builds redbloodhealthglvIngstrength beatMolls purecrushedpositive guarantee A bottleSnUfctoJ I JET READY FOR BAD WEATHER Cold andPMEXIN I STANG ur LINIMINT t osgfct to b in eaa1 reaoa e r I HAT haitIpaCk W to carry From the OW Year to the New Ill leave out the frcti that harry- Thoughts unjust ando doubts un true Argry wordishh- ow 1 rue them Selllsh deeds and chutce blind Aryore iIs welcome to them I thall leave them all behind Plans the trunk would need be dpublfc hopes theyd bUrt the stoutest Sharp ambitions lost years stubble Take them Old Year keep them hid All ray fears shall be forsaken All my failures manifold Nothing gloomy shall be taken To the New Year from the Old My contentment would twere greatiti All the courage I pOS55SIAll my t there All my faith or more or Its And Ill pack my choicest treasure Smiles lye seen and praises heard Mrmorir of unselfish iileasurc- Ch try lookr the kindlyI word All my richer silence cavil To my rigs 1 bill adieu Like the Croesus I shall travel From the Old Year to the New Amus It Vcllr In Washington Ilomt Mgazine OUR PERSONAL INTERESTS Ti Should tviidenvnr to DefleCt from the Lemon That Kxperlence Has TniiKlit ti In the unst This assurance of the eternal veri ties of life and character is something to be truly thankful for but it Iai not enough to be thankful lucre it some thing to be eagerly embraced as a sttp in our own onward progress writes D H Il tioodalc ill Countr Gentleman Shall we give our whole lives to the cares of the body how ever needful Shall we not tao more thought for the spiritual and intellectual life in ourselves and in at those with whom we have to do Wit not the New Year give opportunities for a fuller and wider usefulness happier and more generous activities The t are the things that make life better worth living Jn true sjrn pa thy in practical exertion for other as occasion otTers in self denial for we are called upon to lend our voices our hands and our purses when re quired liall we not in the coming 12 months reach out more freely and ex tend the use of whatever gifts we possess Can we not do better than eer before lEave we learned nothing In the past year or year Have we neither made mistakes by which we can take warning nor gained clew which will serve to guide us- A year that promises personal advance in the inward gains of experi once a year of earnest effort toward the hCthat sse know the highest truth that we are able clearly to per ceive caunot fail to be a good year MId it is never too late to take up threads that hate been dropped interests that have been crowded out in tim hurry and amidl the thronging Jutits of a busy life It is a good time to tbiik tlf them uuowto recall the fritmi or relative or alas the friend less oiie ss lioiu we might iperhapsLast helped but whom we have lost sight of among a hurt of preoccupations Who cannot recall some neglected or forgotten opportunities It niay bi tin golden hour is not quite gone Will it not be a real good fortune if the New Year repairs the omission of the old Itetter still if there are na palpable oniiskions to repair but even in that case there may be room for many a good deed before unthought of Every year unity have its blessed beginnings Ml MW ONES FOR HIM BraddsGoing to make any new twolutions this year Spikes cnikei New one I should say not Ive got a Kt of old ones Ive DailyNewsWise Tkiuim to Io Let us go forward in this New Year with hope anti trustfulness Let us improve Jiatcver opportuni tics for good and usefulness may come in our way We can be happy ourselves ill advancing the happiness of others Let to cherish in our lucarts all Jond desires andsee to it that ill this New Year they blossom into tho flowers of good deeds If il brings to us cares and trials let us gather from them the precious fruits of patieuce and trustfulness If the waves of orrow break upon us may we be lifted thereby ncarci to the heavenq Let us go forward then with all gentleness and love for He who has promised to be with us to the end is walking with us God knows our every step and guides it too What then have we to fear Let us walk softly frterft For c range iiatUx Ho belore up untrod The Wew Tear spotless from the hand of Hod- Is thine net mine 0 friend Christian Work Ilii Economy Is your husband going to rocks any new resolutions this year asked the visitor- I think not answered the wom an who had just been reminded that It would be necessary to economize I am afraid he will have to con tent himself with last Jear padTcrV Washington Str Ty o fo k lC f sssussuSSiiSss 5 u 20 MILLION BOTTLES SOLD XYXRV TEAK ICJrI ACHE SPRAINS BRUIS and III pabIs lorwhl In ezteural remedy can be applied It n hII deIcbred PAIN I SPRAYING CORPORATIONS The Senator Spluttered In 11 U- flirech and an Imlirelln- Wn Called For ISenalor JSjKjonrrI told a sloty the other day in which the late Senator Ingalls and Senator Van Vjckif Nebraska figured Van WycK was tasking one of his charactciistic ri recbes in attacking car deIlivery and as lie warmed to lilA Mibject it was his habit to move restlessly from one title of the chamber to the otlier contin nutty talking He talked so fat that he often fjiuttcred and senators were rlre ful to keep out of range of the moisture he huoe1 throusU hi closclyct teeth says the Vaslunirtoii lotMr IriRalU and Mr pooncr once tat directly in front of Mr runcli as Sen ator an Wyck waj often called because of hit resemblance to that noted character when he was delivering an impassioned terance and an atom of spray rested upou th IngalNHPinlj rcted hi soiled band and deliberate Ily signalei l for one of the IWRC to come to him Then in one of his famous whi rFfr which said penetrated the entire chamber Hoy luring an umbrella fur Senator Spooner unit a rubber overcoat for me The incident provoked general laugh ter lint it did not interfere wi hpVyrka speech He simply hifteil his position o a to get beyond range of his always faultlessly drced and air castle colleague A PROFESSIONAL OPINION The Advice of a Lawyer lo Him Oar her Who Was Culling In on lila itnilnos A former judge now practicing law Ibecame intereiedivluenI told by fuss fa vorite barber thit the litter wanted to rtuiiy with a vieir to idmi ion to the bar relates the PnilidelphU Time The ivvyer eneoiiMged him in every way uios tible Ilending bun hook and giving nun an informal leon while bring snared each morning Soon the barlx r begin put ting hypothetical cases to hi patron wao gravely soundly and paint kingly gave information iIt to correct liristdube Alter a time the ex judge t tar bees cases were genuine that indeed the attorneyforbyfollowinging the Uirlier opened up hIIltinjl what he described a an imaginary bit of litiga tion to the lathercovered law er and then asked Now judge what do voti drise mutinglI come ee me at the office bri ig me a cer tiled cheek for IKW as a fee and Ill tell you how the vice should be Jollied iDftlocU of a Great Name Toe Osage indians have as etted 8000 IJ in the ftate bank cad own l OOOUO acres papooseha oftlkOthe Lank affords an annual in ome of 1300 HenceforthbeUfrgram Beautiful Indian Tei rltorr ilneultivatedIanA copy of an attractive boi k about urea tnt day conditions in thi wo iderful coun try will be sent on requestt 1 imes Barker 301Vainsvright Slop the Couifh BromoQulnum Same folks call tncc Kbon iis a IDoughnlrtu kiikin Washington Star Modesty seldom residas in a brcj t that IS not enriched nith nvblet rirtuetoldsmith Io unIlnipioneoldiFJihonI llrmtnenttorIf you are coiiRhinp take Dr Angus Koc Digs Hamburg Itrcaol Tea LgLtmrdelairOReill RECORD OF THE PAST The beat guarantee of the future is the record of the past and user fifty thousand people have publicly testified that Doans Kidney Pills have cured them of numerous kidney ills from common backache to dangerous diabetes anti all the attendant annoyances and sufferings from urinary dis orders They have been cured to stay cured Here is one vac Samuel J Taylor retired carpenter rcsidingat 312 South Third SI Cioshen ladsays On the 25th day of August lSl7 I made an affidavit before Jacob C Mann notary public stating KidneyPillsand was compelled at times to walk by the aidof crutches frequently passed gravel and suffered excruciat ingly I took every medicine on the market that I heard about auld some gave me temporary relief I began taking Doans Kidney Pills and the results I gave to the publiein the state ment above referred to At this time on the 19th day of July 1902 I make this further statement that during the five years which have elapsed I have had no occasion to use either Doans Kidney Pills or any other medicine for my kidneys The cure effect ed was a permanent one A FREE TRIAL of this great Kidney medicine which cured Mr Taylor will be mailed on application to any part of the United States Address Foster llilburn Co Buffalo 3f Y For sale oy all druggists price SOccnts per box h f i d 1L r THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Loa iii Ifce Isterastlonal SPIN for JanuarY 4 JOO3 Panl nnd- Sllmn nt Fhlllppl TUB WESSON TEXT Acts J6SCI- 3S And the multitude rose up together against them anJ tile magistrates rent off theIr clothe and commumlej to beat them 23 iul when they had lain many itrlpes upon them they tat them Into prison charging tho jailor lo keep them safely 21 Who having received such a charge thrust theta Inlll tilt Iitnerprlooii and made ihelr feet fast In the mock 5 AnluliriI ilBtt ttiit aliI Silas prayed allll sang pralier unto God and the prison era heard them 21 Anil uJtlcnly there wis It great earth quake so that the foundations of the prison n TO shaken and immediately all the doors were opened and everyones uanuS wore teased 27 Aivl the keeper of Ihe prison awak ing out of his sleep and aeelnte the Irleon doors open he drew out his stvonS nail wotilJ has killed hlm clf rnppoflne that tIle proners had been tied 2f Hut Paul crleit with a loud voIce My leg Po thyself no harm fr we are all hrInJ ricn he called for a light and sprang In lull came trembling and fell down IK foro Iaul ansi StiltS 50 And hrouKht them out nut said Sirs what miift I do to be cavctl rt Aii they taIl Kctlciv on the Lord Jejiiis Christ aoll thou halt be saved and thy Iiouto- Si And they jpakc unto him tho word of th Lotif and to il Ithat were in his house C3 And tie took them tIle same hour of the night and washed their jtrlpei and woo baptized he and all hi straight way 51 And when lid hail brought them Into his house he set meat before them and rojolccJ btlicint iu Coil with alt ills house touIwN TKXTllflierf on ISo Lord rCa IrIt and Ihon abiilt br MiveilAclB llliltl ANALYSIS OF SORIITfPKSECrrlOXl- Ualiiit I an unfortunate Acts 1G6IS Lat iila irleoliSCL1I it1ii24- vikllizS ihtWOI1i Acts lii l lti eiseil from prison Acts w4- TIMKVinter of 1 A l rLAOUPhilipplNOTKS I 0 COMMENTS Ia ill at Philippi Vheii we left our stndv of the beginning of th- tChljtialehnrh and of missions III turn back Ito the Old Testament Paul hall insult one missionary journey tiiii was iu tthe midst of a second lie unit Silas with two younger work ers Timothy and Luke had just rissiiliit Kurope and begun work att Philippi and here we find them at tthe opening Ir i uiayslesson Kcmtinbcr Ithat the missionaries now in the midst of Pauls second journey found almost no lews in Philipppi a tuti no synagogue but only a very simple place of prayer down Iby the river which may not have been a building at all There wan a pixir deranged slave girl fin Philippi who because of her strange wild utterances had gained n nat reputation as It Cnrtlllutellll and oracle They said she lund a Python illicit referring to the mythical Python or dragon that was supposed tu inspire the Delphic oracle Most High God and salvation were both common pagan expressions In some way her poor darkened mind was impressed by the earnestness of the missionaries iind sue followed them about constantly uttering the cry spoken of in hi 17 When Paul an noyed at her calling and pitying the ghlI ordered the spirit ti leave her site bst hoc power completely and her ouners lost their fees Piinl and Silas as tilt most prom inent ot tine missionaries were ar rested and taken before the magis t rates by these men simply licii use they wniited to glttcn The charge made had nothing to do wjth their grievance but appealed I to prejudice against Jews J to the desire for law and order II to inc ally to the Roman government Kent their garments sill Ithem Stripped them for tn beating The intitr prison A small cell with only tile opening ami that inl 5 the outer prNin Praying tutU singing hymns The missionaries never al Ilowed the sufferings and sorrows of the moment Itu make them Iforget hitch joy in the service of Christ which was infinitely greater than their sorrow The prisoners were listening Picture the whole seem fn yourself the loathsome prison the midnight darkness the perfect stillness except for the faraway sound of singing in the inner prison and then the strange rumbling in the earth the carthtiiae the partial wrecking of the prison the panic of the prisoners and the rushing tip to the assistance of the jailer of men with lights What must I d Ito be saved Such experiences turn ones thoughts to serious thins lItliesfhismeant in Pauls usage to take Christ as what He claimed to be and tti act accordingly that is to trust atuliii thyhoiiiethe jailers belief the household shall be saved but that belief in Christ is the condition of salvation for him nnd them alike The magistrates may huc been in fluenced by a further investigation of the trouble of the day before or they may have connected th earth quake of the night with their treatment of tile two relitrions teachers ASIATIC NOTES Tho smallest flowering plant is a kind of Indian duckweed known as Volffia microscopica Next to coffins the greatest use uilllingboatsnumber of crafts runs into millions Water is so scarce In the Japan ese island of Oshima that it is the custom for a bride to take a large tub of drinking water with her to her new hume us u kind of dowry- In East Indian schools mental arithmetic is a vastly more serious matter than it iis in the schools of this country Catch questions are numerous and pupils of ten years arc taught jo carry the multiplication table up to forty times forty There is a reminiscence of a very old epitaph says the London Globe in the statement of an Indian news paper that in northern India a tomb atone stands to the memory of a good missionary with these words He translated the Scriptures into Pushtoo and was accidentally shot by his khlttnutghar Well done tkou SQOd nnd faithfulJ servant a ti THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME Are Never Without Poruna in the Houst for Catarrhal Diseases I MR AND MRS J 0 ATKINSON INDEPENDENCE MO 1 NDEK date of January 10 1SH7 U Jr Hartman received the jot lowing letter My wife had been sufferinp from a complication of diseases for the past 25 veals Her case had baffled the skill of some of the most noted physicians One of her worst troubles was chronic constipation of several years stand ingShe also was passing through that most critical period in the life of a woman change of life In Tune IsiJ I wrote to you about her case You advised n course of Peruna Iud Mana lin which we at once commenced and Iwr1Shehave beendead only for these wonder ful remedies t About the same tithe I wrote you about my own ease of catarrh which had been of 23 years standing At times I was almost past going I com menced to use Peruna according to your instructions and continued its use for aboutfa year anti it line completely cured me I I Your remedies do all that you claim for them and even more Catarrh cannot exist where Peruna Is taken according to directions Success to you and your remediesJohn O Atkinson MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Dec 27 CATTLECommon ii 50 J 4 13 Butcher steers 4 90 5 00- CALVESExtra 8 75 HOGS Ch packers C CO f 6 70 II bed packers I6 40 iii C 03 SHEEP Extra 3 50 f 3 bd LAMBS Extra 5 25 G 5 33 FLOURSpring pat 3 85 4 10 WHEAT No 2 red 7sfi 78 No 3 red jJI CORNNo 2 mixed t 4 g ijlYENoij BUTTER Ch dairy l1 13 Choice creamery 31 APPLES Fancy 20 jjr 3 50 POTATOES Per hIS1 1 50 hit 1 75 TOBACCO New 3 25 tiflO 75 Old 7 50 5 1G 25 Chicago FLOUR Win patent 3 40 3 50 APPLES fancy 2 50 0 3 23 WHEATNo 2 red 74sj 75 CORNNo 2 mixed 4P 46 OATSNo 2 mixed lit 32 PORIC Moss tt17 00 LARD Steam 10 33 5flO 40 New York FLOUR Win sfrts 3 45 0 3 53 WHEAT No 2 roil t S4 CORN No 2 mixed fa 55 OATSNo 2 mixed tf 3SU RYE Western ft M PORK Mess IS 00 MIS 50 LAIhltcaut tj10 50 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 7C 70 iSouthern Sample CVie OS CORN No 2 mixed 52ij 62 OATSNo i mixed 01 3S CATTLE Butchers 4 23 IJ 5 23 HOCS Western G 73 01i C SO Louisville WILATNo 2 red 3 71 CORN No 2 mixed gp 01 3114ItORKMcssLARD Steam 10 So Indianapolis 73IJCOIlSNoOASNo2nilxed 33 334 CCPTAU FREE TO WOMENI To prom the healing antI clcanMnzixwerof Paxtlnc Tolcl AiitlHcpllc we will mail a barge trial iiarkagc with book of Instructions absolute y lree Thu IIs- nota tluyt ample but Irge package cnouch to convince anyone of Us Women all over the country are praising PisCine for what It has done In local treat nun of female Ills cur Ingall unilamalatlon anaaisciuarges wondczZti- las a cleansing vaginal douche for sore catarrh as amoutb wash anil lo remove tartar antI whIten the teetb Send today a postal cant will do Sold by druggists r seat aspatd by us O scam large bur suaran Seed TilE E rtz cozei ClumbuAv I 1Ie I Couch 17111 1 Uma b t c prDoo In a letter dated January 1 thOu Mr tkinson say iifttr tin yearn experience nth 1eniiia 5 4 I will evercontinue to speak agood word for Peruna In my rounds as a traveling man I am a walking adver tisement for Peruna and have Induced many people during the past year to use Peruna with the most satisfactory results lam still cured of catarrh John O Atkinson Box 272 Independence Mo When old ajji comes on eats rrlial dibeases come also Systiinic catarrh lloJlhIi be come so indispensable to old people Peruna iis their safefrnard Pcrniia iis thIInh remedy yet devised tha meets these cases exactly Such cases cannot Ilie treated locally nothing hut an effective systemic rem cur could cure them This jis exactly what Peruna iis Iftill do 1101 receive prompt unit satisfactory results from thin use of Peruna write at once to Dr llartmnn giving a full statement of your east and ho will be pleased to give you lila valuable advice gratis Dr llartnian President of The Hartman Sanitarium CoIum- btisOABSOLUTE SECURITY E Cenuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must hoar Signature of 4See FtcSiraile Wuppcr Below uaad a slay IT taukaasragar f CARTERS lYTLE lIVER PII1FORi1 atlIPcreI7TgstaIc442t5ctMg I J 1 YOU SATISFIED 1 ARE you cnirely alIro with tneiuxxis you buy UDU stub the prices that vui tar Over iOuaOfO rnoriio arc trading with us and gottlad theIr goods at rtckaz1C trite Our IaOi aee rataloinu will be sent on receipt of 15 cents It trIts the Monr I lIlICIGO- The house that tells tM trufh Por Infants an Children Bears AnLltLlAos The i1A4 Fir Sipatur CA1if Oar Thirty Years Of SThe Kind You Have Always Baghta- ne ccspav Ti MUSUT iTlIItNOWYOSA CiTY value thuout- nasal astlaflietlos Address WESTERNCANADAThe Agricultural Country Are uraC1ntr lOOt allncJoa a fIWthanssvot- hrJH5551Y d allrr fACRE TIELU II BuJiht1ineeofW11LUYueiGgas ea pauiure btld Slay iIii eirJ a l1- 5ent raJaallaDla climate i iig an snrrd aDd adequate lesson of gruwib lionnind Lan l of 101 Acre free Close to Cburrbw sxbooli OC lUlIwajs up all Ktilrd dUtrlrt SeaS lot MIll Sad oicrbl1nilre1o5nprInlealetCil nmtlvn Ollivru CaBada or Jiilil IOLSG l Stat SU Cclumbu Oblu J tdlcmite Four Hi t ajd ta r ment Accxmwix wlulpI1 you wllb rUde eat KITIOE 7uu reduced ralI0 riel 510 A N KB 1950 WHEX WB1TISO 10 ABIaaTU- plaastats ihasJs B sSW III C- mid ha this 5aps