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Digital page images are linked to the text file. srw imsj iv n njd M SPENCER COOPER ww uuciummnuitnsaKwjM iZrf JLidLi Ownor and Editor MrmncatiwTOiaA Green Her Of a Nowa From All Nations Lumbring at His Bok SIOO A YEAR Alwnys In Atlvnnco SKVKXTIl YKAli IIAKL JKWKX WOLKK COTXTY rtCVW JJlf W V Wff KVf FRIDAY JULY WWWITM I 3 ISM A XUMUKU WEEK - 15 Tl AT rwaHHWOTKrwraiUT STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW OVER THE WORLD IN -- S Z5 KKAT STOCK TAKIXi SA LK OK EICES o OF o- - CLOTHING AT o 10UIS I 1 QU0 STBAUS IN PRICE CUT TWO READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES Our 750 Suit worth 15 Our 10 Suit worth 20 Our 15 Suit worth 30 Our 20 Sun worth 40 Our Undershirt marked down to 50 Cents Our 1 Drawers marked down to 50 Cents Our 2 Undershirt marked down tu 1 Our 2 Drawers marked down to 1 BOYS DEPARTMENT Vo will cut them in All goods mjirkwl in Plain Figures JLnltj which means oO cents on the Dollar ter Good Suinrtier Coats at 20 Cents - Mens Seersucker Coats 50 Cents Worth 100 ttttff as to select inrinlipv from riiis is an opportunity once in a lifetime vmii Iim vr tlu- lnvsst iisyiirt nuivH in - Iv He- lwfc j7 mif v Louis Gus Straus i Leading Clothiers of Lexington Ky 1iadeatflE First class in all female Ladies t telle Central ART COMMERCIAL Superior Facilities for the Higher Education of Young appointments Location CLASSICS SCIENTIFIC ENGLISH Delightful Dome Six Departments MUSIC New Buildings and Furniture S Tonus Keasonable PrcMdcnt WIXCJIKSTICH Send KY for catalogue ji2iJni W PEARCY dialhw in Hardware Queensware H V Tinware1 I i Agricultural implements IVTIM IViniUAlUK- IOs Oliylk Jimiand Souni I5ixd Ilow HAVKXh IMoxiiu Cavi Mills KcPAiUh Fish linos CciriUArri Wahoxs Sioddauds Xiw Climax axd TiurUi loxns US Staxdaui Tov Waoon DlsC JIahhows Sca li price ifii with a written iiuii K vans l iilhsi Corn Ilantlms antee for o years I sim lLows Imphovid Mama Domiii Siioyii Ik I Vcicax Ciiiiiii Plows best made F A vkuy Soxs Snii IMow- Ham MrrciiriL A Cos Srrrr Jlni- j and CvUMnrATmiitvvjKANiiHSriKY Hay 1Jki V II I IMIK h 1 Hvans ThuIk Haukows Win itieys Solid Stiii JJixnm Mowiits j Â¬ lriet tnek ol Cook aiullleiUniir Stovcsol any house in Kuitern Kentucky Cutlery Shears and Builders Hardware a Specialty The Fast side 8 Niaysville Street AIT STFJlhlNa KY 12 A Model Restaurant Mold lc Counts West Short Street - LEXINGTON KY in Almost Every Feature Saddle SEATING CAPACITY IBO Fresh Oysters at all mmmiis Illue Pointx loek New York Counts and Meals to order at all hours Dolicaci tS of the season always on hand moiij me receiii aoniions is The most complete anil modern kitch en in the htate at ii Miner unproved niiuce ine iincfei in the world with eiLhteen xircM six steaiaiii taclnnents L two In rift broilers ami hot a nl cold water reservoirs This rane willcook il sweethrvad ami is the only one ot tlio Kiml in nit iiiiiii iiuiii u nun i ijuui ui iiumjiv Kentiiekv nov2Ily A hearty welcome and the most ooiut oouit treatment to all 1 1 REGULAR MEALS I 25 CENTS GU S LUJGART Proprietor nmler sentence to the Peni lift h ol a mile loin v it n aii teiitiiuy Their names are loliu Fields vmm w FKOM CKXTRAL KKNiTOKY mi Cone Lee Cope and Moms Mcllride ten widow ol icvolutionarv soldiers are no i i roNTs II under eighteen a enrs of age The livinir in the South NORTH FAST WKST 7 thiee first nanieil received one vear fori stealing and the last trot ten years for whiHi is alleged to have v AM IVP 11 LLNLLMM- carnal knowledge ol ictora Johnson k1 M11k1 Kr u AM LM INiN A he a gul less than twelve years ot age tollice Inspector lyithbone Sherill sought to obtain a pardon for the liiliK iv Kitixt Ma V 10 18111 mned and ha been appointed roui i iV f men voiim uiiu res p oovs on uie groium 01 No it Assistant Postmaster leueral r uu u nut No n Aceoin No infill l til Ii Ill lll eonsideratin A Melgian expert has discovered a liryau potpniud the until a Kill v Sin in Mocsn Daily Daily lemedy for tomato and potato rot in a l later date press si lic lOvSnn mixture of blucstoiie and lime Ii1 s lllillll1 s tl pill l 00 pm inciiinati Jnlix SvxiHKst last week shot on the HI pin S lsillll S OS pin The granite broie statue to Henry Covington streets of Owenton Sain CJarvey while Ward Ieecher was unveiled in Mrnoklyu Paris s aim 10 1 pui i lupm the latter was passing the stable- - at N Y HI pin 7 00 pui 11 Hlu1111 hist week with imposing ceremo liMiiLton Sometime which Sanders was at work i I Im i Ic put all ago Jarvev fired several sliots at Sand nies 7 0iiii Ar - lOllu Winchester Hrail Ind is Hooded with counter- Â¬ ltichnioiiil The killers wounding hint in the lei 7 o7 pin pill Two tramp painters Iiviiiustnu ing last week was the outgrowth of the feit hall dollais Ui pill OJtlil Jarvev died in a few had a big time on them before discovery Ciiilnii former shooting MiilillcslmioiiLli i pin ininnte and Sanders surrendered and was made iiiiilicrlainl inp Opin A r Troy was taken to la Wis Mrs John Laison Ia lUpin u tit Corliin Tin family of L H Osborne late of drowned her three children during pur- Williauishiiig o lf pui of insanity imagining the devil was i JO lellico i liiehmond have returned to lark comi pin ty but Osborne has left for parts un suing her HI pui liicniiionn ic Parnell will come to America in the Lancaster I irpm known He wax a prominent school fall for the purpose of attending the Stanford Ai r jo pm teacher of Clark county and census enuNo merator of his district It was leceutly Irish League Convention at Baltimore in No iT No I Nonrii Horxt Daily Daily discovered that he had been guilty of an November Kvpiess Iaijy Kx Sim County Treasurer Kern of Chicago extensive system of forgeries for which Ie he wa indicted at the last term of the ami his bondsmen are to be sued by the Stanton 7H am 7 oOiini SS o city for lf0iiiO city funds which lie Lancaster Circuit Court Kichnioml r 10 Imiiii has not turned over OroKOi A K msiy a member of one s til m Icllico Ie of the most prominent families of WinThe Treasury Department has orders 10 am illiauisiiurc chester but for some time a resident of ed the shipment of M7i22 in uneur Coiliin r IE tiriam Jessamine county was adjudged i luna- Â¬ rent silver coin to the mint at New CtiiiibM iaprMeH S Tin m His halluci- Orleans for recoinage tic and sent to the asylum IH MiildlcsliMroiiLh zZ t Sa SJ 0 nation is that the end of the world is at 2iam The irand Rapid Mich street car orliin - II Oxiiu Ar He a few days ago attempted to drivers strike which has been pending li iiiLMon hand kill his wife and would have done so since May 10 has been declared oil the Livingston 7Lc 11 liam Iiiilimoud but for the intervention of friends Ie ti OWllll 11 lliini men conceding everything 10 pui Winchester Ar a in Sidnky Smith a young farmer was Daniel Crife of Joshen Ind is in laiis 7 lmiu i pm wounded at Jail for criminally assaulting Mrs Fred Lexington hot and peihapx latally 7 00am JOOpm pm Pleasure Hidge last week in an ailray in Kine two hours after her marriage I Lr pm 7 rtiiiii J lpm He Paris which White Seward and Dudley A Nop was a former lover of the woman Cov iiiytoii a 10 IHiim r lopml ii 7 jnn were the other participants 11 pin Cincinnati There had Ar 10 Miini fi r0im A monster Alliance picnic will be been some bad leeliug between them and Kansas tomorrow July W L Miisson Tiuv Pass Agt held at Topeka Seward and Aleop had called on Smith I Jerry Simpson Senator Pcller anil Cincinnati Ohio ior a settlement when the firing was other new C V ATMOKK party lights ji talk politics S K Kxoit opened by Alsop Trullie ManiiLcr Jen Pass Agt Chinese have murdered several misicneral Hliiis Louisville Ivy WM KrNDALL of Newport was killin the district ol Canton and S P It Moksk Asst Jen PassAgt ed and his body thrown into the Ohio sionaries others have been abducted and are held Mice Chamher of Conimerce litiihling Kiver As it is not known that he had for heavy ransoms under Ciiiciiimiti Ohio threat of death enemies the theorv advanced is that he No J Dailv to all points except Rowland McCrystal and Cooney two of the was mistaken for M J Ureen who has Division which is daily except Sunday been hunted from place to place for sev- New Orleans jury bribers have been N granted a new trial on the ground that cinnati Runs daily from Lexington to Cin eral yeans by agents of a secret society the testimony did not warrant the verNo 1 lSuiis dailv and who was in Newport at the time dict No ri Runs daily from all stations ex NiXKrv xixi out of a total of Mil Rowland Division which is daily It is reported from Chicago that the cept theSunday applicants have stood a successful examito compromise the except nation for admittance to the West Point ttoverilment is likely No i Daily except Sunday Military Academy Among the candi suits brought by millinery importers for Daily between Cincinnati and Lex No excessive duties charged on hat trim- Â¬ hnrtou dates admitted are mx from Kentucky rniMoi 1 K Cain Daniel mings by refundinir N Ueauehainp Ns 2 and make connections at Win Assistant Secretary Spauldinir has chcsti r for points on the N N t M V 10 I Duncan S Fleming W SJ Semple and No 2 Carries through ems tlom Cincin directed that three Chinamen who weie F W Smith to and Cumberland arrested at Detroit for entering this nati and Middlcshoioiigh stations and runs A xnoito convict named Hudy con- inp all intermediate lined in the Penitentiary at Fddyville country in violation of the law lie sent daily was caught in some machinery while at to San Francisco for deportation to IN FFFKCTMAV 18th 18JI1 ilis breast China work and instantly killed The remains of Stonewall Jackson was terribly mangled and his heart and THK lungs torn to pieces He was serving his have been taken from the grave wdiere they have rested since his death and third term from Henderson county OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE reinterred in the vault over which the A nw days ago John W Millichamp a well known and prominent contractor monument is being constructed at Lex- I of Covington mysteriously disappeared ington Va Newport News Ai Mississippi Valley Co Irwin Fowler ol Viola Wis lias from his home The search for him reK D sulted in finding his body in the Ohio confessed that he had a hand in the murder of Reuben Drake his wife and two WAsin ii if fiXi j SiVpjTiT a mile and a half below the city in May 1SSS for which IiALTIMORF NKW YORK HrxiiY Fkitz a prominent young grandchildren Jerman of Hopkinsville has been mys- Andrew OrandstaH was lynched three OLD POINT St THK SKA SIIOKE And all Kastern Cities teriously missing for several days lie days afterward Frank Cooley who broke Jail at had gone out to milk some cows the first The Direct Line to of last week and has not been seen since Fayette near Pittsburg pi ior to his re- Â¬ LOU1SVI LLK LKXINCJTON Harky Jkant recently convicted in moval to prison for burning an elderly KANSAS CITY ST LOUIS woman has organized a gang and is the the Circuit Court of Franklin county M KM PI I IS OH ATTAN OC A terror of that section of mountain counand sentenced to the Penitentiary for one And all Points West and Northwest and year for cutting Hob Hreeu was last try defying capture South and Southwest Near Lewisburg Teun there was a week pardoned by ov Hryan being an pitched battle between two factions that Past Past P1 Aeeom charged with JiititY Owi Pxpress Daily Daily rAsr iiorxn accessory to the murder of ano Illev liad been in attendance at a lawsuit Dally ex Sjiiii ex Sun ins had his examining trial at Danville Six men were on one side and live on tins last week and was held over in the slim other When the smoke cleared away it Lcxiuutou Ie l input 7 iriani f irm was found that Hix participants weio of 1000 7 00pm 8 Mam 7 10pm Winchester injured three of them latally Mt Sterling 70pm S Via m 7 lijiii Joi Hakims wanted in Carroll county t uipiu 10 10am 10 00pm The Indian Hureati has untitled the Olive Hill Tcnn for mooiishining is in Jail at lOtOpm lJ lfipui Padueah He was arrested in Ci raves War Department that trouble is expect Ashland 10 iipm V2 JSpni ed from the Moqui Pueblo Indians in Cattleltsburg county and stands indicted on an old Ar 11 07pm PJiOpm is an isolated ttihe much lluniiugtoii Arizona This charge prejudiced against schools and the In WLST HOUND Tiios DociiiiitTY a citieu of Lex Â¬ dians threaten to kill the ington was struck and killed by an the children from the whites and take -- Opin Main lluiitingtou electric ear in that city one day last Troops will be sent to the Indian schools Cattlettshurg Ie ailfhi ll 25 am Mcene week and gross carelessness is charged 1 17 am 0iiti The damage done by recent AhIiIuimI lOtpm Hlldini 100 am Oka SoiLK of Jesamine county has storms Hoods cloud burststheetc in Olive Hill 251111 Mt Sterling ILpin 10 27 am been nominated as the Prohibition can Northwestern Iowa Nebraska and Min Winchester oHpin 11 If am 7 1iilin didate lor State Senator from the 2Jnd nesota is much larger than was at lirst bexhigtou Ar T iOpm V2 Qriii 8 0 am district reported Crops are almost entirely desLhtlTKD VkktiiiiIkii KxiKKsH John T Johnson of Henry county troyed and hundreds of families are ami has Vestibulcd Pullman Itulletruns daily Sleepers has been indicted for manslaughter liy homeless Railroad traiiie of all kinds between Louisville Lexington Wanliiiigton the rand Jury of Franklin county is badly demoralized and tejegiaphic New York and Old Point Comfort This Hon John S Uiuonoof the ablest communication is impaired but there in train Is made part of the celebrated debaters in the State is making speeches no accurate knowledge yet as to the lo s V O route Kast of Huntington on the C of life against the new constitution Pst MailTiiainh run daily except Sun WM Youvo h well known iiiHiiranco Listen to Mi Thiii Coiiiii ami Sod day hot ween Lexington and Huntington man of Newport has been arrested on I have just received the largest and Make direct connections nt Huntington with Afdiland with S V Ry At the charge of embezzlement nicest line of nicture frames ever brought C 0 At with K O it It north and WiucheMer 1 know I can please you in Tin Breckinridge News says the new to Fzel and south hound and at LcxLigton with L constitution is rapidly losing ground in prices considering quality I also now N L H and N O fc T P ItallroadM carry a couplete line of sewing machine that county IKINtTOX AMI OltVK HILL ACCOMO Till Kentucky Trades Journal at Lex lutrts shuttles belts needles rubbers DATION daily except SundayC Connects at and Winchester oil M h and a superior quality at Lexington towith LfromIt KIt for points and ington has been placed in the hands ofa et S Louisville iof sewing machine oil Respectfully receiver For full information in regard to Kate T F CAKlt Jeweler Routes etc npjdy to any Agent of ttitf or Tin Court of Appeals and Superior Kzel Ky r 2Cj2t eonneetiiig liiiiN or to Court have adjourned for the summer II K HPNTiNflToy 0 L Brown Tin tobacco crop of Mason county is Wautci V P and O M 0 1 A unusually promising this year Some ono to take chargo of the Hazel LKXINOTON KY Tub Central Millers At sociation met Green Academy boarding hall Apply G W Hv kn by W 8 Harrison W il Com Prin at Lexington an week at once 0 A Lexington Ky Q A Akhlfwd Ky white boy 1 A Chase county i KV faiuei In a Siiimmit Limr 01 Marshall county which the ows are thee- delivcicd nt Frankfort last week four eornlelil tyyySSSSS7- YVrSVyZS0 KFNTIIRKY RFNTRAI RAH WAY Sj - x - - t SkSJiiM WX7SA iioin sTANiQriKiT routk 1 il vss uolTIV 0 1 1 1 f r 1 1 1 I 1 1 I i 1 I 1 1 1 Â¬ 1 1 111 Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 I I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 5 1 Â¬ Â¬ 15 Â¬ 5 1 J 1 5 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 I Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NnN r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 J 5 Â¬ 1 1 5 Â¬ Â¬ F F Â¬ J Â¬ - r f CM Hazel ix f w- Green Herald KY SPENCER COOPICIl Publisher HAZEL GREEN THEN AGIN i Jim Bowkor ho mid of hod had n fnlr show And biff enough town for his talon U to Krow And tho least bit tiftslstnnco In liooln his row Jtni Hawker ho suld Hud All tho world full of tho sound of his name An climb tho top round In tho laddor of famo It mny liuvo boon so I dunno Jos t so It inlKht boon Thou ugln Dut ho hurt tnrnal luck ovory thing went ngln 11 Tho urrcrs or fortuno thoy nlius ml pin him Bo ho didnt got no chunco to show off what was In him him coss An Rlvo fortuno tho blnmo for nil our distress As Jim Dowkor ho said If It hndn boon for luclc on misfortune an Rich Jim Uowkor ho suld DMiod hadn fnlr show you couldnt toll whoro hod come An tho fonts hod a done mi tho heights hod u oiuinu U nmy havo boon so I dunno Jest so It might boon Thon ngln But woro nllllko Jim Uowkor thinks I more or loss Chnrgo fato for our bad luck oursolvcs for bug- - Wo might n boon famous nn might a bcon rich It might bojostso I dunno Jest bo It might boon i Don ngln S W Foss In Yankco Dludo LUKE MASON A Thrilling and Romailtio Story of tho Lato Oivil War I1Y tnln Lawrence Luko Mason rodo to tho front nnd after n very brief delay thoy ngain started in tho soon direction they supposed tho fort to bo Woll do t Capn you can depend on Luko was wondering why Blnekhawk had weuns ovcry time said Tom deserted them Was it became he was a As soon as ovary man was out of tho traitor after ull nnd had led them into tho houso Luko wont into tho apartment whero cnomyH country nnd deserted him Blnek Lillio and Elsie halt dead with fear lest hawk had been a mystery over since ho Alberts hlding pliieo might bo discovered had iirst fot eyes upon him whou a boy 8aUm u aofa clasped in each others arms years ago They aro Kone said Luko 1 am tho Somehow ho had seemed to pos last Union man in tho houso and havo only sess some wonderful always ovor him und power como to bid you adieu lie used butu child to shudder when Luko Luko darling Luko let mo tlmnk hoBiiw whou watching him from his great htm you u thousand times for saving my yellowish bluck oyes Bluckhuwk was un brother cried Lillio flinging hor arms about his neck Tlinll Itnu tvirtf Ifl n 1nn Muu nflmfn i V t lm itM in in tim ntn fondest affection wero spoken Dont forget durlinir Lillio that wnr is cruel nnd wo can not ulwuys control our own uestiny Thank Hcnvon I was nblo to sovo your brother but had 1 been only second in command I would havo been power- Â¬ less Tho fortunes of war mny at any tlmo turn against us and ono or both may fall Hopo for tho best bo prepared for tho v worst Tho parting was short and rcpleto with tender solicitude Pressing u burning kiss on those sweet pnlo lips ho hastened from tho house His companions wero ulrendy in tho saddle nnd mounting his own horso thoy gal Buying loped down tho road to overtake tho cavalry Ilavono fears ladies you shall not bo H M v fsw k harmed CHAPTEIt XII r j i u Â¬ laalaLon killing or capturing tho Cotifede Rto desplto ull ho could do Tliolr blood wa up and they wore furious Thero camo a knooic at tho bolted door Whatever ho did muRt bo dono quickly for somo ouo was demanding ndmittmico Spare him Luko oh I in henvonH namo 8iivo my brother sobbed Lillio clinging to her lovorg nook I will dnrling but wo must bo discreet hounawored Riip nip rtiplcnmo louder nnd moro de- Â¬ termined knocks ut tho door 1 ennt pit in mild ouo of tho troopers Bring un nxo an Ill bust tho door down There was not u moment to lose Albert NoiT for tho suko of theso vounc lndlOH holp mo to hiivo yoursolf You know full well what tho result will bo when ttyit door is broken down suld Luke in an undortouc Whut do you mean Luko Albert asked considerably moved by Captain Masons earnest manner Conceal yourself somowliorc whoro you can not bo found until I got my men uway from tho house Tho next question was whero rnnlil fin find concealment Klslo Morgans ouick whs camo to their aid There was n closot inonosidoof tho largo bed room nnd sho sprang to it and opened tho door In with you quick said Luko nnd Al Â¬ bort was not slow to obey Closing tho door tho Union Captain by tho aid of tho girls drew a largo bedstead in front of it Tho head board being high and broad completely hid tho door of tho closet Now play your parts shrowdlv and nil will bo well ho whisoored to tho terrified girls Bring un axe Im ngoin to bust this door down a voico cried from without Luko know thero must bo no longer do lny and opening tho door ho walked out 1 TaIco all that aro nblo to go with us tho others must of course bo left allow no ouo to bo hurt Nono but cowurds kill prisoners Got your men in readiness A few moinonts later tho buglo sounded nnd tho cavalrymen returned to their horses Cnptuin Mason with his four trnsty companions remained until tho very last Tom said Captain Mason to old Arkan saw who was still at his post you Max Cotton nnd fcJnow go bring tho horses to tho front guto and wait for mo 1 will como Â¬ Aint wo it a ptirty picklol mutUrod tho chronio grumbler Wo cant stay hero long said Captain Mason Tho country Is illled with rebels and thoy will soon collect a force ton times our number and bo uftor us Well bo gobbled up sure sighed Max Take command Captain Mason nnd 1 will follow wherever you lead suld Cap fcCO deals lightly with a woman in perfect health But all funo tional derangements and diV leave their mark You neednt have them Dr Pierces Fa vorite Prescription comes to your rescue as no other medicine can It cures them For periodical pains prolapsus and other displacements bearing down sensations and all fe male complaints and weak nesses it is a positive remedy It is a powerful restorative tonic and nervine imparting strength to the whole system in general and to the uterine organs and appendages in par ticular It keeps years from your face and figure but adds years to your life Its gitar antccd to give satisfaction in every case If it doesnt your money is returned Â¬ The hand of tim Â¬ orders peculiar to women nl Â¬ Mi Mk Â¬ Why hello I Atmiou ov UKIKN LAKIIMAN JOHN It MUSICK HuoTnrit Aoainst UnoTiinn WAlTKIl UltOWN- - cried tho astounded trooper who was anx- Â¬ ious to bust tho door down Yes thero is no ono in thero but two frightened girls But Id swar I hecrd men u tulkiif You heard myself Whoro is Captain Lawrence Luko asked determined to get rid of this inquisitive trooper Hunt him up and send him bore This door was tho only entruueo to tho bed room and Luko determined that no ouo should enter tho apartment whero the girls and tho concealed otlicer woro Tho soldier hurried away to llnd his Captain I must lind snino ono to gu rd this door that can bo trustee Luko said to himself At this moment ho caught sight of tho very man ho mostdesired to see Arkansaw Tom making his way toward him Capn I war jist or lookm fur yo Didnt know what d become o yor loin I want you to guard this doo ami allow no ono to enter it unless I order it Mind my instructions now no one enters without my permission Thero aro two frightened girls in thero who must not be molested I understand Capn n yo depon ont said loin taking up his position u tho door Â¬ Capn wur you in thur nUHIIWlIACICKD A Sumnrs n thoouse field AND OXIimi ST0HIU8 Banickuof iiKuroiio 1SS9 Copyrighted CIIAPTBU XL rXVE TKIUMIHANT For n moment tho quartotto stood dumb nnd stupolled with amazement At a glance Lillio NeiT recognized hor lover Sho tried to speak to move but tonguo and limbs seemed paralyzed and sho could only stare in speechless amazement Albert Noff need not havo been astonished at mooting tho friend of his boyhood here for ho know he was iu Grants division so might Luko expect to moot Albert but tho presenco of Lillio whom ho supposed to bo sufo in her Missouri homo illled him with astonlsli- incut Klsio Morgan recognized him as the bravo Union soldier who had saved her houso when tho recruits would huvo burned it Luko comprehending tho situation bolt ed tho door which ho hud closed on discover ing who tho occupants of the room wore Lillio having regained her voice murmured Luko Luko and staggered toward him Ho caught her iu his arms just as sho swooned and pressed tho iiibcnsiblo girl for a moment to his heart His crimson bhuio fell to tho carpoted iloor mid raising Lillio in his arms ho carried her to u sofa whero ho hud her down Sinco Lillio in lovo fear and nmazoment had uttered his namo not another word had boon spokon Tho sounds of struggle m other parts of tho houso woro becoming hushed Tenderly tho young olllcor bont over tho insensible girl pressed a kiss upon her mnrblo cheek ami seizing a water pitcher from u stand near by bathed hor faco until sho began to revive When her rccovory was assured ho aroso and turning upon tho brother who Bword m hand still Btood in tho contor of tho room ho said This is tho saddest mooting of all I will not surrender tho Confederate hissed for answer Klsio throwing pno ivcsa about his neck clung to his sword arm ami sobbed bitterly Albert this is folly Luko began but Captain Neffintorrupted him Its useless to argue You havo it in your power to kill mo Do it if you want to for I havo bworn that I will nevor give up my sword to u Yankee Tho houso that covered my head when a child has been burned What burned gasped Luko Yes burned by Lincolns hirelings nnd my old father in his feoblonoss rondored homeless My God I tho houso burned and with It tho old wooden cradle iu tho attic Luko gasped The last clow to my identity is gone Albert not noticing tho effect of this revolution upon Luko went on fc Father tmd sister both mado homeless wanderers nnd banished from their coun Â¬ try and you ualc mo to surrender No no help mo God never Elslo leave the Â¬ Â¬ 1 I 1 room I tho pale beautiful girl cried clinging closor to him I will not leuvo you Albort no novor Let us die together Luke was iu a dilemma To bring his troops into tho room would bo Alborttt death in tho presenco of his sister whom Luko loved dearer tlmn his own lifo To screen him would ruin Captain Masons chances for promotion a tho very moment when ho had tho Colonelcy almost iu his reach Albert think what position your conduct places mo iu Luko began You placed yourself in this position LukoMnBon wo have carried this hollow sham of friendship in war as long as wo CRn Wonrobolllgoronts and Its usoless to pretend to bo frieuds If you intend to make u cnptlvo of mo pick up your sword which I eco is already stained with tho blood of my comrades and wo will havo it No no no d up and dinging hor arms about hor lovers peek cried darling Luko I Spnrahlmfor 0k my wiktj In h setiwa xiv hart triumphed ovor duty WVtctwyd U for promotion as compared Vlifc Oh hftpplnoHi of that dear girl v ho ck Uuthe kuwwhe must utthff o id ItA mum MMipa of topping the preseuc of Albert tftekttart for tuny wight out Lillio who had partially rocovorcd start dir tm a largo barn The nnxious soldiers spurred their jaded horses onward hptndlng on tlio advanced guard which had ucndy passed tho houso to warn them of danger Tlio column was directly botweon tho houso and burn when suddenly u shot from n cluster of bushes iu tlio yurd wus heard Instantly every door und window became a volcano trout which thero Issued smoko son flnmo firo uud death Bullets and buck Hold hold fools ho shouted What shot whizzed liko hail about tho troops nro you shooting at us for Dont you Men fell horses reared plunged and bo know wo aro friends camo uu manageable and whllo Luko was Tho firing at ouco censed und Cnnudn trying to rally his men his own steed Luwronco who had been riding pretty near Â¬ pierced by a dozen bullets fell against the ly at tho houd of tho column wheeled ubout fence und gulloped back to tho rear In vain Captain Mason tried to disengage What means this at whom aro you his foot from tho stirrups tho horse rolled firing ho cried ovor and the young oillcors hoad struck I WANT YOU TO 0UAU1 THIS nOOK At wouhb yo blamed fool ronrcd some hard substance with such forco ns to ing tho houso tho loud crackling of flames Arkansaw Tom whoso indignation scorned render ldut insensible hiilltury otlquotto When ho regained consciousness ho Ef yo dont stop it dod reached his ours blast of I dont turn looso on yo wl my olo iimnii mmsoif surrounded by florco Buer- What Is that Luko demanded Capn tho troops hov sot tho houso on gun nn1 mnko somo o yo sick nt tho villus a helpless prisoner stomach llO 1IU CONTNUKD1 llro said Mux Havo your men rtop tiring Cuptuin LawPut it out cried tho nngry Captain nnd ho ruhhed into tho kitchen whero tho Humes rence suul Luko Tho Orlalu ifMy Undo All right Captain Mason not another wore cruekling und biasing Tho cuvnlry Tho term uncos its applied to n piuvn men hud curried urins full of straw shav Â¬ shot shall bo II red I hopo no one has been brokers shop is stud to bo a pun on tho ings nnd sticks und piled on tho kitchen hit Latin word uncus u hoolc Pawnbrokers No thanks to their poor marksmanship iloor which thoy hnd ignited Cuptuin employed a hook to lift articles pawned bo When ho hud foro spouts wero udoptcd Mason hurled three cuvnlry uon whom ho no harm has yot boon dono Clone to tlio found at tho door watching with fiendish joined tho cavalry officer houskod Whoro uitouH therefore Is exactly tantamount to satisfaction tho result of their work Into tho is the guide tho moro modern phrase lup tho Bpout Was ho not with yout burning upartmont nnd shouted to them in In French tho oonclcrgo of a prison i VvH n voice of thundor called undo becauso tho nnsntwra But out tho llro or by I havent seen htm sinco wo mado tho at tho Eternal you shall burn with it kept there in pawn by tho Govornmon In the seventeenth century a usuror va The men plunged into the blinding smoko tuck on tho house and stilling Ifout nnd with their swords bo Without a guldo l Then how do you called my undo in tho Walloon Provincot gun to pitch tho blitzing struwand shavings know whether you urooit tho right course because of his near connection with spend out of tho windows into tho yurd Tliolr or not thrifts called in Latin uepotns nephews Oh of course wo aro wo aro on tho comrades carried water for thorn und in u mmo muin road which wo enme Thoros short timo tho llro was extinguished A Nmv Fronoli Dlh I will shoot tho llrstmau who attempts been no road to loud us off An Italian cook has devised a netv dish such n thing cried Luko almost whito But theros no knowing how soon wo perfumed ocjks In which tho flavor of with passion inuy strike u road that will load us off violotB or rosea Is faintly Imparted by Whut aro your ordars asked tho ofll I supposed the guldo was with you blng tho dlBh with tho desired extract rab cavalry cor In command of tho Uo is not Koturn at once to tho front Aa1 iioum lien Mm said Arkansaw Its n hard enso but a gcrd mjhup Ami thc rebels Tout ofuui brouuut un for a wilt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Its hurt ter keep tho powder dry growled Max Yor must said Tom Yod bo n a party pickloef bushwhackers was tor let inter us u powder wet Its u blumed fool trip continued the chronic grumbler seiidiii fellers out here when they cant bee hands uforo their faces way Cotton Snow nod Max came up at this ter light live ur six thousand robs blumed f taint fools work moment for instructions No amount of urmy discipline would keep bee that no Injury is dono tho house Mux from grumbling Ho seemed to have tho Captain said Some nr talkino burnin it said Cor- Â¬ u special license to grumble and no heed wus paid to his incessant muttering poral Mux Tom do you hear the cuvnlry f Luko It must not bo done At this moment Captain Lawrence camo nsked No cant hour nuthin nless Max holds up and informed Luko that threo Confed erates had been killed iivo wounded and his jaw Max took this gentle hint and for a mo Â¬ six taken prisoners About half a dozen he thought had escaped also somo women ment ceased to beruto tho managers of tho and children Their own loss was four expedition and gave tho Arkansas scout an opportunity to listen killed and two badly wounded Wo huvo gone far enough to huvo over- Â¬ What had wo better do burn tho houso taken them said Captain Mason when all asked Captain Lawrence had bent their ears for u few moments to By no means Luko answered catch somo sound of tho retreating cavalry Its only u harbor for rebels Cant bo were on tit wrong i oud said It may bo but its against our instructions to burn any houses Wo havo gone Bill Know Like snot growled Max as far us wo dare and it would bo best for Twoald just be our luck us to return Hold yer jaw Mux dod burn yc fur a Captain Lawrence was as nnxious us somo or his men to burn tho house but Luko was grumbler growled Arknnsaw Tom Max was neither n shirk nor u cownrd his superior on tins expedition and ho comwhen it camo to duty either m the Held pelled to oboy him Wliilo thoy v ero still talking nbout burn- - tho camp or on tho march but his propensi ty to grumblo had become a growing evil I hear cm said Tom Then wo aro on tho right road Yes but weve got a good ways behind sotnoow Spur up well rido faster Their horses wero put to a swifter gallop and in n few minutes moro thoy had caught up with tho cavalry Hearing horses feet in their rear tho cavalry sup Â¬ posed it must bo pursuers uud becumo alarmed Unit halt lmltl cried a voico and it was accompanied by liulf a dozeu carblno shots ono or two of which whizzed most uncomfortably noar the head of Captuiti Ma Â¬ men Thecuvalcado was already somodistanco down tho road und their horses feet splashing in tho mud und wntor could bo but faintly heard Capn dont yo think woro gwinoter huvo troublo t make it back t camp asked old Arkansaw Tom I dont know Tom but I think wo hnd better get back as soon us possible for tho liring bus without doubt been licurd all over tho neighborhood Thets jest whut 1 was a thinkin Capn sulci Tom The countrys full o Johnnies Lets rido faster They put their horses to n gallop splashing both steeds and riders with muddy water It still lacked several hours of morning nnd tho night was intensely dark tho wind sighing through tho treo tops liko moans of anguish at times driving tho line mist liko ruin in lltful gusts against the horseÂ¬ IltlSONEIt ItVtik i HOLD I tHrtr vV I 1 in Vf I Iff If mm Tl m 11 f YOU us rem enigma Why did ho disappear so sudden ly Why did he re appear at uch unex pected times nnd places Why was it that ho seemed to bo everywhere and at tho samo time to know every thing every placo and every body i Slowly they groped their way througl darkness mist drizzlo and fog Luko was not long in realizing that return In that darkness was impossible They missed iho road wandered out of their course and camo uiioii a collection of houses winch might pass for tho Deserted Village After a short council of war it was deter We are six in fam mined to pass tho night here A Farmer ilv We live iu a Thoy had broaght ono of tho wounded we are men with them and ho was so weal by tins EdomTexas place where subject to violent timo that ho was unable to rido further They carried him into one of tho deserted Says Colds aud Lung houses and laid him on tho floor whero ho Troubles I have died before morning During tho remainder used German Syrup for six years of tlio night the soldiers remained huddled together in threo of tho deserted houses successfully for Sore Throat Cough Hoarseuess Pains in the listening to the pattering of tho rain upon Cold tho shingles and tlio oxnirinir trrnniia nf Chest aud Lungs and spitting tip their dying comrade of Blood I have tried many diffe- Â¬ Luko Mason regards this as tho most rent kinds of cough Syrups in my miserable night of his army life Ho was in un old hut und worn out with fatigue time but let me say to anyone want and anxiety sat shivering and dozing upon ing such a medicine German Syrup t ho ground The roof was full of holes and is the best That has been my ex tho drizzle which finally assumed tho form II you use it once you of a cold rain sent tho water drip drip perience dripping through tho rather looso boards m will go back to it whenever you It gives total relief and is ft hundred different places Although he need it again and again selected a position whero a quick cure My advice to every- Â¬ ho hoped to lie out of tho leak yet cro ho one suffering with Lung Tronblesis had long been in h s new place tho cold Try it You will soon be con- Â¬ water cnm i drip drip dripping down upon vinced In all the families where him entering his collar and glidiug down your German Syrup his b ek But tho long dreary night camo to nn end is used we have no Jobl und with tho coming of tlio morning tho ruin with the Franklin ceased though it was still cloudy cold und I NCt roois iwA 1111 fill 7 iif v fl I 1 V V V 5 WHAT AHIJ TOU SHOOT-Â¬ AT Â¬ tjerman yrup at Â¬ moi that com sar nom than tttxe sony by tl Char Kcoti Â¬ blustering Now Cuptuin whoro do you say wo asked Captain Lawrence Wo must lio ubout twolvo miles from tho fort are Lungs ai all It is the medicine for this country 0 G G GREEN trouble Jones Sole MairfrVoodburyIJ i w Â¬ Â¬ hot bed Tho commander of tho expedition know this and us soon us ho could got his forco in motion They had gone about u milo iu tho direction of Fort Donolson whou they entered n narrow lane On u hill Btood a largo two story farm houso with at least a dozen doors and windows facing tlio road It stood on tho left whilo on tho right was wrl ftHIU lA t 1UUUJ lieca parti Icon IILE 1 ment nuti legal adopt EANI STAND ALONE AS ful a lias Nothi to wil indue is BOB HOVERS They dispel poisonous bllo from ho system thereby curini bili ous attacks constipation hend acho malaria dysentery and all stomach and liver disorders tween gen tit in the with t lenow Rt not Two tdro ono prioo Bile Uhins SO in each bottle Ono a doso BiLa Hjuhb bottle Suar Coated JWS i to 4 ft doso fiiuu 40 In each Pleobant on candy to the metals nnln circle away j trying bold by DruKRlsts or civil Is cents per bottlo to d i J P 55 been SMITH CO adjust lime of nary is h Its ilont lt sence o --Tlu A 257 Greenwich Street New York City Â¬ In AyoarisroIIiiMlIIIioiifcvortTntt S J a iu were no iiicriiiy rcoconuiiew that Inunci tbetn Novcr did inclicl have happUr offeet After Jr tlua or quarter of century I P claim them Dr A Ouy Lew Fulton Ark Proclamation I tlio bent mouther medicine ever unett scrlDo them ANTI BELIOTTS nlwray X ctlltorin striku f hays late its the nPl 9 lias Tutts Pills Cnro All Billon UIV CCUCD Wo want LH Ull I I LI CURED TO STAY C Htieal o tallzed ii with del thoy ivl tHo Wotjbtle n fai mel the nameww dresa of every 8uffern2j t vltli resi Pettis fo battled ei view of t ty of th J Us mai natu Ql AbllllTlApkixHijMDl unden J N V FARMERS ALLIANCE Msfizas WELCOME HOME prayer 10 Aimiguty uod That tho illlnnoca prlmnry and conn ty meet at tholr halls or somo convonlont piace ami spend tho day In prayer nnd praise and that 11 oolock bo sot npart for special appeal to God for Ills aid to carry on mi nuns 10 iis limn consummation Political demagogues do not set npart days for thanksgiving and prayer in thoir cnuse And it would no doubt bo well for the bosses to heed tho warning and recognize the feet that tho people are in earnest as never before and that they cannot bo coaxed bought driven or bulldozed to forsake their principles ouiumii 4 11 mny spend one ot our national holidays la winter cabbages can bo sown in many cases after the wheat ami oats aro har Â¬ Tiw well vested and accompanying devices is convenient good way yet glvo a good yiold A to put in ryo is to sow tho and durable while it conduces to keop need broadcast among tho corn just bo- vne water in u wiiolesomo condition The curb is made of upright boards in lore tho hist cultivation In a majority the form shown in the engraving Tho of cases unless tho corn is foul with weed seeds this is all that will fre front and back need be 01113 twelvo or necessary Hy tho tlmo tho corn is har Â¬ fourteen inches in width Tho sides National Economist vested and hauled off tho ryo will have are twenty eight inches wide at tho bottom sloping to twenty four inches mndo such a growth as to ufFord a con- Â¬ DIVIDED WE FALL siderable amount of feed in tho fall whence they aro cut to sentiment that those not willing to Hut United Upon the Ocnlu lMatform Noth Â¬ triangle The top of this isa truncated nnd early winter demands Exchange covered bv ing Can Prevent Our Ultimate Victory Uuckwltcat is a good crop to grow for yield their adherence to alliance princi Â¬ Ono of the mortgago companies do We have noticed with great pain that a board firmly nailed to which the green manuring ples should be read out of tho party It its quick growth in sloping covers on either sldo are ing business in this valley recently is plainly evident thnt tho intent is to tho discussion of tho sub treasury bill ningcn Near the ton and somewhat addition to the offoH produced upon tho sold S5000 acres of land to an English is being mndo the occasion and soil places it next to clover to plow syndicate which will put down artesian drive all who can bo driven into tho of division amongst nlllancemon means at ono sine aro holes with boxes to under as a green third party movemont And when that Tho admit tho iron journals fertilizer wells and irrigate Tho land in ques of solid Wheat or oat stubblo can bo broken result is pointed out they smilingly say warmest friends of tho pending bill do wooden drum On tho crank a end of tion was chiefly falling into the com- Â¬ that a not hesitate to admit that up and tho not a third panys hands through foreclosures It tion into the party will throw the elec- Â¬ perfect bill and wo know of It isone in the journal and outsldo tho curb is n harrowed In seed sown broadcast and and a sufllelont growth no house which will make a toothed wheel and iron ratchet to pre is to be hoped tho experiments may be democratic president a certainty So the allianco who will contend for this vent tho full bucket from going down will be secured boforo frost to turn un Â¬ successful Aberdeen S D Repub Â¬ universal has this condition becomo specific bill for one moment If a better by tho run If the crank slips out of der a good layer as a fertilizer If do lican that a certain Hue bitter attack upon bill can bo brought forward Tho end hanil in drawing water Tho ratchet sired in anything like a fair season a The Cincinnati Times Star with alliance principles ofns good crop of grain may bo sooured sought in tho sub treasury bill is more worthy tears in its eyes remarks that tho plat Â¬ plete political Intolerance Is of com- Â¬ money And to secure that end every is lifted when It Is deslrod to lower the liuckwheat makes a good ecd for win Â¬ form of the peoples party makes no nomonic of the itch for gain pathog- Â¬ alllancemnn is pledged and for its se empty bucket On tho front of tire tor as tho grain can be fed jus a chnngo acdirect reference to tho tariff If tho companies the sorvilo tools that tho curoment every alllanceman no mnttei to nearly all kinds of stock to an adÂ¬ of -Times Star will scrape the moss off its bosses that distribute vantage what his opinion of tho present bill SS Wall streets back it will learn that tho tariff is a campaign fund The Of tho three root crops rutabagas following is a may be will fight and strive Can not dead issue Tho time is past when the sample of this should bo sown first as tlioy roqulro kind of literature from our friends bo contented to strivo for people can be longer humbugged with a Tennessee tho principles and cuds which tho alli longer time to make a good growth paper tho tariff fake Kbkomn Ind Indus- than the others Turnips should bs The old soreheads of tho two gront polit ance has In view and leave questions trial Union ical parties of tho United States met In Chi- - of method to bo adjusted in the light sown next If any difference is mado The Capital is unable to discover cinnnti urcwdays slncu and organized tho of the most careful examination and in and then tho radishes although a good party plan is to mix turnip and radish seeds from tho Cincinnati platform what is third Ideas ofcalled tho peoples party Tho tho use of tho best wisdom At this wild tho nllianoo woro engrafted In to be the policy of tho peoples party tho platform of prlnulnlcs Tho heresies of moment wo nro passing through a crisis From tho middle to tho latter part of upon the tariff question Tho party is tho alliance tho sub troasury plan and tho In tho history of tho alliance move- Â¬ July Is considered a good tlmo to sow not responsible for tho Capitals lack of government ownership of railroads woro ment Every effort that ability can tho seed Tho best rule to follow is to Indorsed by sow whenever tho soil Is in condition understanding That is a natural de Â¬ was lovoly tho now party and everything suggest that experience can employ This tho third party to secure a good germination Propnrc fect The peoples party has under Â¬ which so much hasis rccontly boon saidabout will bo used to disintegrate the al- Â¬ and taken some great reforms but supply- Â¬ with which tho potltlcal olomont of tho alll liance Do wo mean to furnish our tho soil nicely und then sow tho seed ing brains to just nftcr a rain sowing brondenst nature has unco has repeatedly threatened tho demo- onemies any aid and comfort from with- Â¬ denied them is not included in the list cratic party in tho south and tho republican in our ranks taking pains to scatter as evenly as Wo valuo tho unity of party In tho north In conformity to re A SiniVICEABrcWATEU mftkh of its undertakings possible over tho ground and thon Topeka Advocate peated charges and desplto repeated and tho allianco always but especially at mo present ume as anovc any ques- Â¬ curb is a wooden spout rather largo at cover with a light harrow or brush The most tremendous engine of vigorous denial tho alliance Is n and solf aoltnowledged polltloal or tion of mere methods Let us fix our the upper end nnd projecting inside of Theso can often bo sown whore early party power is back of tho peoples speolllo and party in its wonderful organizations ganization having is merging woll deilned attention upon the ends wo have in tho curb as shown In the upper left crops havo alrendy matured and may political alms It Into party enters the Held with over live mil- Â¬ with anothornnme howover but thata move view and upon the principles wo have hand corner of the Illustration Di- Â¬ bo considered catch crops because thoy It lions of members in its various ment does not shift tho responsibility of tho espoused and lot us stand together un rectly above this and also represented occupy the ground only a short tlmo In Wisconsin It will be step The leading Issues of tho nlllanco aro til such time as will bring us nbility in tho sketch Is an Iron rod flrmlv nt and that to a considerable oxtont Jiftor branches Indorsod by spread over tho entire state before at Cincinnati tho now party and Its actions not only to say what reforms shall bo tached to tho Insldo of tho curb with tho first crops havo mado their growth aro loudly January 1 In Minnesota it has a gi Â¬ plauded by the other day throughout ap brought about but what method shall tho bent end projecting Inward an inch Of course In a very dry season theso tho alllauoe tho bo followed in bringing them nbout farther than the open spout This is crops will often prove a failure pargantic force back of it and n commit-Â¬ country tee in whom we all havo confidence Continuing tho real object is dis-Â¬ Wo plead for unity and fraternity in tho tllter which catches ono sldo of tho tially or wholly but In an avorago sea- Â¬ Let us move with power and dignity closed by pointing out tho remedy as groat brotherhood Progressive Farm- Â¬ bucket as it comes up and holds It un- Â¬ son very fine as woll asprofltablo yiolds til it is tilted by the continued action can bo secured and thoso that cannot er Great West follows of tho crank nnd empties Its contents be marketed profitably can always bo The light against tho centralizing ten Â¬ Â¬ The lies of tho party press in re nlllanco into the open spout Tho bucket has a fed to stock to an advantage Pralrio gard to thepeoples party are already dencies of thodomocratlocan not bo put off any longer The party In Tennessee a two inch hole In tho bottom covered Farmer climbing to mountain heights Look hns quietly submitted to the growth of those by a leather valve Tho latter is simply out for them grangers When jou new and dangerous Ideas nnd like n whipped JUDGING SHEEP a piece of sole leather throo inches see these statements mado by our bit cur has slunk away leaving public affairs in hands that element wido and four long tacked by ono edge Tho Proper Wuy or Testing tor foes believe them not Tho move- Â¬ thetho lastofcampaign urged The Tennessean tho Tencth In the democracy over tho hole A fiat piece of iron or nnd Fineness of n Kleeco ment is on It is on to stay You must of the state to force tho Issue and demand lead is fastened to the upper surface of A sheep farmer who Is growing for expect the most cunning and crafty those seeking pol tlcal preferment at Its tho valve to keep it In place Tho wool as well au mutton should bo a hands to state their Views on questions of opposition We have no daily papers bueki must bo heavy enough to sink good judge of wool so that ho may do- and our several hundred reform papers vital Import but tho leading men of tho party throw or us own weight It is well to lcavo ternilno tho comparative values of his cannot meet tho issues as promptly as selves hoarse up their hate and cried them for democratic organization 0110 of tho hinged covers of tho curb ileeces is desirable Hut hold your own with Through their aid there were placed In olllco In judging there must bo a open most of tho time to admit air for standard and this standard must have men who believe in tho principles of tho dignity and with personal power and the purification of tho water Amer- Â¬ duo regard to fineness to length of prepare for an awful struggle in 92 third party but who had not tho manhood nnd tho courage to say so Now then these ican Agriculturist staple and to density In judging as Great West fellows wanned Into prominent life by tho to fineness says Dakota Farmer com- Â¬ I l v No paper in America has made a domocratlo party of Tennessee will go with J l MANAGING A HORSE mence at tho shoulders as thero the more determined fight for tho demand the third pany movement and lot tho old to The Methods Kmployod by n Mnn of finest wool Is always to bo found This that all revenues national state or This party of their birth gowill the dovll Cincinnati pow wow result In may bo taken as tho standard and com- Â¬ Henso ami llumano Instinct county shall be limited to the neces- Â¬ good howover to the domocratlo party for I like a horse und especially a good pared with the wool from tho ribs tho sary expense of the government eco- Â¬ tho reason that It will draw to tho nowpnrty Where are you going my protty one When I was six years old I tho disturbing element In tho alliance It Is nomically and honestly administered could thigh and tho rump aud tho nearer well that tho thirl party movement has maid harness a horse alone although I had tho wool from the various portions of than the National Economist It start bei n devised for through It tho alliance can I am going voting sirs sho said to stand on something to do It Since I the animal approaches this standard ed the cry for more 11101103 nntl less light for Its pet schemes leaving tho demo- became a man I havo owned one nr the better tho ileeco is If tho rosult if taxes and tho burden of Its constant cratlc party 10 work on correct principles Washington Post more horses most of tho time At present satisfactory it is pronounced as to flno song has been the reduction of expenses and not have to embraco the hldra hondod THE PLUTOCRATIC TWINS I have four colts a brood maro and ness very oven In scrutinizing tho by the general government And tho mousteri emanating from tho secret ses sion of that order Tho Hosses lit llotli Old Parties Will Unite four work horses My horses all llko longth of tho staplo if tho wool from Charleston World nouses tho National Political intolerance also crops out to Fight the Ieniilo mo and I can mako balky horses work tho ribs thigh and back approximate Economist of opposing these principles Tho Issues aro clearly drawn Tho lead Straws aro said to show which way and pullers easy to drive I do not use reasonably In length to that of out hecauso it refuses to participate in tho ers of democracy must now either declare themselves for or against tho sub troasury the wind blows In like mnnner the a whip nor teach them tricks but uso standard tho fleece is again pro Â¬ partisan fight on tho tariff question plan and the other heresies of the nlllanco careless utterances of partisan newspa- Â¬ them for what I want them to Economist do I nounced as regards longth of staple It Is tho dawn of a critical era and the Issue pers may disclose tho truth of partisan have The density of tho raised a dozen colts or more and truo and even The Itoston Morning Journal com Â¬ must bo met boldly fearlessly and bravely thought A sumplo taken from the broken them all mysolf and somo more ileeco Is then examined by closing tho Is tit for political preferment who menting upon that part of tho Cincin- Â¬ No man Washington Post is hero given hand upon tho portions of tho rump besides When quite young I nati platform relating to the issue of has not the courage of his conviction It is much to bo questioned whother broak them and tio them in ahalter aud loin wool as theso parts aro usual- Â¬ The authors of this system are poli- Â¬ legal tender currency says stall ly tho It thus most faulty If this point proves and either of thoso two parties Is in danger part of the first winter und havo no adopts the craziest features of tho fear- Â¬ ticians shrewd and successful satisfactory It Is pronounced oven ns to there is both wisdom and method in it of disruption or defeat by reason of tho trouble afterward This will teach ful and wonderful financiering which Tho density is tho most diff- Â¬ Money hns been of late years tho most new organization and least of all the them to lead to back and do other density has wrecked the Argentine republic Nothing but Ignorance or a disposition potent agent In deciding elections and republican party If such a contingency things when they aro old enough to icult to determine as in It touch must to willfullj misrepresent the facts could they propose to stick to tho money side were for a moment to bo entertained as harness Many colts are spoiled by the be tho solo guide tho oyo not being de Â¬ induce a statement of this kind There until tho people show a higher degreo the disbaudment of tho republican rough way thoy are used I never put pended upon as in tho other examina- Â¬ is not a single point of resomblanco be Â¬ of ability to sticlc than they ever havo party tho remnants would bo far more a bitting harness on them but put a tions To summurizo thoso proofs if the tween the financial svstom of tho ArÂ¬ shown The great mistake they mako inteiy 10 1 nn to 1110 democracy as a bridle on and lead them around once or fleece is of nenrly equal fineness and gentine republic and that recommended is in condemning all who adhere to the choice of evils than to tho Cincinnati twice to get them accustomed to the length on shoulder rib aud back and bit Do not jam tho colts mouth with of density on shoulder rump and loins In the Cincinnati platform and anybody sub troasury and the heresies of tho movoment by natural selection The natural outcome of a third party tho bit to mako him open It but talto wo havo a model sheep for producing alliance as insincere or cranks and fa Â¬ with the sense of nn oystor ought to natics who aro bent on destroying tho victory would bo to drive tho plutocracy tho top of tho bridle in tho right hand wool know it Advocate lii of both the old parties together Economists havo for fiOO years been party The wholesale denunciation of faet the leaders of these obi parties aro and tho bit in tho left Put tho bit GOOD POULTRY HOUSE squaroly against tho teeth and work all who say tho alliance first nnd party trying to adjust tho volumo of money Interested In each others success to a tho finger a llttlo on tho gums at tho Ilullt No That the Itoosts Can Ho to the available amount of precious second and In Impugning their honest Cleaned greater extent than tho average obWithout Going Inside metals This is and must always re- Â¬ and motives is an outrage and an in- Â¬ server discovers or the general public Is sldo of tho teeth and tho bit goes in be- Â¬ A house constructed so that tho roosts fore you know It Pull tho bit up in his main as impossible as squaring tho sult that will do those who Indulge in awaro of It Is for tholr mutual Inter- Â¬ mouth slip tho brldlo ovor Ills ears can bo cleaned without going insldo is no good Tho alliance- asks for noth Â¬ circle because tho metals nlways run it ests tho people will continue di- smooth down the forotop and the thing sent to Farm and Fircsldo by Mr G S away and hide in time of trouble war ing but what it can demonstrate to bo vided that and that sectional strife shall is done almost beforo you know it If Wheeler California Tho illustration or civil commotion Tho real problem right and just and the persecution of continue Jlecauso of this such meas Â¬ tho coltobiectfl to taklnw in the bit presents an cud vlow only A A are is to day tho same as it has nlways men devoted to a great principle by kicking them out of their old political ures as the forco bill and tho tariff aro dont hurry him or get mad Another tho roosts and L II the ingress holos boon and it is a vory simple- one to continually brought forward adjust tho volumo of money to tho vol parties will only forco them to form reason also tho bloody shirt For this little thing I havo learned and that is Tho dotted lines E E show that tho In tho tune of commerce All that Is neces Â¬ now connections based on equity nnd north and negro domination in tho in unharnessing not to tlo tho traces in portion under tho roosts may bo in- hard knots Take tho loose ond in one closed ns a shed or posts for support sary Is to permit tho commodity to fin- Â¬ justice which may become more popu Â¬ south uro being worked to tholr utmost hand grasp tho middle with tho other attached If necessary The ncata are arrogant bosses think lar than theso ish Its own llux be its own security capacity Tho logical end of such con- Â¬ bring tho looso ond around over and Hoat Itself into market This is tho es- Â¬ As an evidence of tho sincerity of alli ancemen tho following resolutions aro spiracy In case of threatened dofont under the traco and back through tho sence of tho sub treasury plan presented passed by Oak Grovo Alli- Â¬ would bo to bring tho conspirators all loop tying it in a figure 8 This holds The Dallas News a representative together Indications to this effect aro the traco perfectly and does not hurt it No 45 of tho stato of Alnbamn southern democratic paper in n longtlry ance sent to tho Economist by its presi- Â¬ not wanting National Economist as does hard winding and tying A nnd editorial on tho prospects of tho final dent F M Woods Horse Owner In N K Homestead Tho industrial organizations of strike for justice among other things Resolved That we the member of Oak says It would bo premature to spec Grove Alliance In session nsomblod do Kentucky nro in tho field with a full How to Have Young Turkeys ulate as to the precise consequences of hereby set apart tho 4th day of July lbJJ as stato ticket Thoy havo Indorsod tho Tho main point is to keop them dry day tl1 apparltlou of this now party ajod of special thanksgiving to Almighty Cincinnati platform porfected tholr and see that thoy aro not affected by for past and present blessings upon our stato organization and Doubtless it hns como to stay nnd it their order and our people and to Implore a con- stato central committee elected pres- lice as nearly all the losses of young lms a fate liko glanco in relation to po Â¬ tinuance of Ills mercy and favor to guide us Those turkeys may be traced to tho largo ent at the Covington convention stated on tho skin of tho heads and neckslico litical events in 1802 Tho forces capi Â¬ to the consummation of this grout work or 1 That all alliance churches organiza- that tho party would havo a candidate to dampness After they havo passed talized In tho peoplos party may moot recognise Jo for tho logUlnturo In each county thoy luslttitlons with defeat in its first campaign but tions and God aro most who tho danger period called showing the arranged at as earnestly and sol they will not rolax or dissolve It is hovuh requested to Join us on this oocttnlon did not hesitnto to dcclaro that theso red which is usually when they are roosts insidetho rear or In front pf the emnly tho nest being oovered Advo- Â¬ about ton weeks old thoy lo nature of such forces to accumulate In our efforts to exult the God of the Ilble nnd candidates would bo olcctod will be as tho lions entering the neste fretattha humble ourselves before III111 cate with resistance and to gain fresli im Â¬ hardy as quails and may be given full ends thus using the tope of the a That a copy of theso resolutions bo sent t U petus for renewed onsot after every Kcmombor that slightly over one range 01 the Holds but see that thoy as stops to reach the rooaU wkUh National Kconomlat und battled effort It is important then in to the for publication und that n Alliance third of tho voters can elect a president are still provided with shelter should oopy bo Herald slant as shown Jn the illustration low of tho possibility if not probabil- Â¬ lent Ilrother 8 M Adams stato president by joining together while to control wet days come Thoy should have feed ho bo requested to confer with the nominations in ity of the ultimato success of this party and that the old parties it morning and night to induce them to As fan as poaslble arrange ro tfceifc to understand that tho money question Ilrother L U Volk national president ask requires at taast one half of all orae up regularly Farm Field and the drinking vessels can be kept ia tW the ing hln to Isstio a proclamation to thu effect v Us main issue Stockman otcrs allude so an to keen th water 000L that the lbo organizations of tho nation A S V oumiiorti Ainnticomcii Itencl Out of tho Icinocriiua 1nrty Will Kind n Homo In ALLIANCE NOTES tho Peoples ljtrty Wit bought is bettor thnii wit Tho call Is out for a sttito conven- Â¬ tion of tlio peoples party to bo held in taught says Oliver Optic Somo peo- plo can only learn bv experience and Springfield Atifrust 5 to 7 Tho Ohio alliance by a closo voto somo people aro determined to learn in Tho most remarkablo 01 to 03 decided not to enter tho now no other wav party movement Out in Kansas tho thing in political circles at this tlmo is alliance is non partisan but it gets the apparentsatisfactlon and unconcern 01 the bosses of the democratic party there just the same Missouri World lion Clarke Lewis congressman machine In regard to the action of tho from Mississippi has announced his farmers in isos They have sent out candidacy for the senntorship in place their orders to that portion of the press of Senator Walthall Ilrothor Lewis is known to be servile to their wishes nnd a good man and will make a strong the result is that such papers aro begin Â¬ tight He stands square on the Ocalu ning to teem with the expression of a Â¬ AGRICULTURAL HINTS GOOD LATE CROP GOOD WAtER LIFTER Jluckwheat und ryo lor fall and win- Â¬ Well Curb and Tilting Ilnoket or nil Im Â¬ ter pasture turnips rutabagas and proved Pattern llucktrlirat Ityo hbI Hoots Are All Sat to Ho Profitable TW8 PPcctivo which with the Â¬ Â¬ Sk Â¬ those-to-ivho- m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JjxiP Â¬ Â¬ Ji Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Hazel Geeen Hebald SPENOER COOPER Editor tuto one of tho recognised evils of tho times r a a H 1 refuses to the counties the right to locate their public oflices and denies to the peoplo of the counties tho right to HAZEL GREEN KV decide what tn xes arc iwontial to public July 3 1891 welfare It denies to counties and districts tho right to regulate local affairs and gives to the more populous counties a prepon Â¬ mJpHSMff BBBBW J7 derating influence over the less populous counties in all matters relating to roads fences stock bridges and saloons and by a rough classification would govern all alike regardless of local conditions local opinion or varying local needs seeking OKNOCUATIO STATK TICKKT to make laws relating to counties uni Â¬ For Governor form though the necessities of the JOHN YOUNG BROWN counties are widely different Of Henderson County In the same manner it deprives our For Lieiitcnnnt Governor towns and cities of local self government MITCHELL 0 ALFORD ignoring their history characters aiul Of Bell County By this necessities of their situation For Attorney Genernl unwise and illogical method it intensifies WILLIAM J IIENDRICK the difficulties of municipal govornment Of Fleming County takes tho power from tho people them- Â¬ For Auditor selves and centralizes it at the State LUKE 0 NORMAN Capital decides in advance for tho city Of Bonne County tax payers what money they may con- Â¬ For Trcnsu rer tribute limits the building of public HENRY S HALE works and puts new obstacles in the Of Graves County path of municipal reform For Iteglster of the Lund Ofllce Under the pretence of regulating cor GREEN KERRY SWANGO porations it destroys competition and Of Wolfe County For Superintendent of Public Instruction perpetuates existing abuses - ED PORTER THOMPSON Pretending to restrict the power of UI UUCII Willi t corporations it limits the right of the For Clerk of Court of Api nls individual to make contracts which are ABRAM ADDAMS manifestly to his own personal advan Â¬ Of Harrison County tage and without injury to tho public Under the pretext of equalizing taxa- Â¬ THE REASONS FOR IT- tion the new constitution reduces State Homo of tho Opinion Ailvnucuri AjjaliiBt revenues from banks 114000 and to tlm FrovirtloiiM of tli Now make good this loss invades the homes of CuiiMtitiitlon Below wo Rive the full text of tho re- the poor and adds to the list 90000000 port of the Committee on Resolutions of made up of the necessary tools and farm tho anti Constitution Convention Lex- Â¬ implements and household goods now It S48n9 Citizens jyoiifll Bank WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID UP CAPITAL Friday vLrM -- Ml E I m 17500000 o WASH MILLER IRESIDENT 1 JPjK Fwmmi fTkXff I0IJFX SffllW nHHHili1 M 1 S W WILLIS VICE PRESIDENT Ht liTTTu I 1 Bran Wmruuy rti A H iffart HAMPTON CASHIER IlrTllrfiTi vmtcKRfw yf ffrirTrn jfjiD 11 lw--hBIiUI- n - fji m I tyl bH tgiT- - Wm iSSwTIIBr III i 1 rinfiirrW EZMManjifiiLii ill wq iHKIBi HlCSi luHyftlr MtianiJ i iinSiiHrli1 i i H 3l III JH Ti--J1riihmnKmi- ii nniiir iimmm i mrf y HIPSHrqSE f r mK JW P0YNTER oC I1 ASST CASHIER f rfl a II inn I Vmr Klek -s- i i p vr mmi TJ1M IA- uijvvMWLuv urTwi 31 a1 m m ii hi mii r jt i j Has aninle facilities for doing a general banking business So Â¬ licits deposits makes collet- ed to it and extends to its cus- toiners the most liberal accom- niodatiims consistent with cor rect banking business tiiitiu bmvnu itrrwiittf fitirl -- rnf ii illlCIlllUll lUtll uiiiiiva uuuu-H- ioj ti I i in n --L - Â¬ t -- mwmmj r ummummiPWPT1 asiMJtojajwjagig sg at ington is not possible to overestimate the importance of a constitution to any free people In its provisions are recorded the guarantees which secure to the citizen tho enjoyment of every freo right essential to happiness To this end it estab- Â¬ lishes government defines its powers and Â¬ exempt I Court system expected by the people the convention has made changes that are serious in their character and harmful in their effects It has perpetuated the abuse of the fee system which the Legislature was grad- Â¬ obligations and protectsthe individual ually reforming and has placed restric- Â¬ from the encroachments of authority or tions on the direction of the Legislature that will make it impossible faithfully to assoults from brutality adjust our judicial department to the reTho people of Kentucky have in Au- Â¬ gust to decide botwecu tho old constitu- Â¬ quirements of a growing population Because of these momentous changes tion tried by forty years of peace and because all of them are born of distrust war and a now constitution tho provi- Â¬ sions of which are so novel so numerous of the people because they all involve and so conflicting as to leave in the a radical alteration of the principles of minds of tho caroful investigator sorious government which for 100 years have prevailed in Kentucky we protest against doubt as to its purpose or effect and will not support tho adoption of the Conscious of tho defects of the consti- Â¬ tution of 1850 we would bo false to new constitution and we call upon all ourselves and false to the history of tho good citizens regardless of party dicta Â¬ State if wo failed to bear testimony to tion to go to the polls in August and in the benefits which under it have been exercise of the highest prerogative of a free people to review and reject the work secured to our people Wo hold with many of tho most of their representatives who in conven- Â¬ enlightened members of tho lato conven- Â¬ tion assembled have magnified their tion that tho present constitution of commission havo ignored proper limita- Â¬ Kentucky as our organic law is liberal tions upon their power and have put and republican in its essential features into our organic law experiments which conservative in spirit and generally experience has already found hurtful acceptable to tho people of this Com- and other experiments which should be found only on our statutes if found any monwealth Wo hold that tho old constitution in- Â¬ where terpreted and expounded lino by lino by ONLY 1300 tho highest courts of tho State should To Old Point Comfort and Iteturn have been amended by striking out On Tuesday July 21st a special train every reforonco to slavery and further will bo run tb Old Point Comfort from by making it possible to embody in tho Lexington under tho auspices of the organic law the deliberate conclusions of Main street Christian church Only 1300 for the round trip and au enlightened people special low rates at the Hygeia Hotel for Wo opposo tho new constitution be those who go on this excursion cause tho convention repudiated in tho Make your arrangements to go as this beginning this simplo rulo of construc- will be tho cheapest and most desirable tion because tho convention refused to excursion from Lexington this season Tickets good to return until August 8 give us tho old constitution thus amend and holders may stop at any of tho Vir- Â¬ cd becauso it constructed a new instru ginia resorts on return trip mental together changing the phraseology For explanatory circular see or address could chnngo nothing elso By any railroad agent or when it G W Baunfa- this course it will throw into confusion W H Boswfll nil tho decisions of tho Court relating to G A DeLono constitutional questions and will open a OH AS L BROWN General Passenger Agent Lexington Ky new era of litigation costly in its con- Â¬ duct annoying in its effects unsatisfac Â¬ Public HpeukliiK tory in its conclusions Tumes H Swango of Wolfe county will following times and A careful study of tho new constitu address tho voters nt the of the Democratic places lu the interest tion shows that tho spirit pervading it is parly Stanton Powell county Friday July 17 distrustful of tho people and antagonistic Ueattvvillc Lee county Saturday July 18 to representative government Jackson Ilreathltt co Monday July JO It deals with tho Legislature as with Jlindman Knott co Tuesday July 21July It seeks oo Whitesburg Letohcrco Wednesday an enemy of the people according to tho declaration of one of pikevllle Pike co Thursday July 2J Prcstonsburg Floyd oo Friday July 21 as far as jwssiblo to the members Paintsvlllc Johnson co Saturday July 2 abolish tho Legislature and denies to Salycrsville Magnilln co Monday July 27 West Liberty Morgan co Tuesday July 28 tho peoplo that dignity and authority Kzol Morgan co Wednesday July 2i essential to a propor balanco between 4io Fronchburg Menifee co Thursday July 30 throe departments of government It restricts to an alarming degreo tho Campion Wolfe co Friday July 31 Hazel Grei n Saturday August 1 right of IqchI solf govorumont which is The ladlci nro especially Invited to bo present Sivaklng promptly at 1 oclock the very life of freo institutions M each diy It falls to recognize tho distinction l v a mva which is local legislation between Needing ft tonic or children that want building special up thould tako 1 Mntil in local process and tO illdi- nnowsw moN Malaria liullg nVlvilPUe MKtnF avnliuli 0 I v lake cure to It U Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It Without securing the reforms in our jk u tinrtMK Do You ASSOCIATION Tuesday Sept 29 Wednesday Sept 30 Thursday Oct 1 Friday Oct 2 If so you can ileed Money counties East and left on our hands an immense stock of goods which we are compelled to unload and in order to do so we are determined to make prices do the work prices which will render our patrons happy and make competition howl We offer to Country Merchants Extra Inducements and guarantee to them lower prices than they ever got before We are overstocked and must unload Remember we will duplicate any bill with freights added either wholesale or retail East or West North or South up hill or down We are now receiving such lines bought for CASH at bottom bargains as will fill every department New JFresh Seasonable Choice and Cheap We can astonish you with lines of Cheap Tables covered with goods at half prices A new departure And more than this we will have get something better than dollars from us The completion of the K U llT R to Jackson has cut us off from a large wholesale trade heretofore had by us in several Auction 9 1000 ssr PRS-acro-iK- Biilarlf Every Sa irai Competition Open to the World ADMISSION Over 10 and under 35 Cents Over 15 years 15 years of age 25 Cents Catalogues giving pre miums in full will be ready for distribution June 20 and may be had by addressing AV fe LACY Secretary ov Booth privileges Â¬ Commencing Saturday May 30 1891 at 0 a m at which every thing goes at reduced prices come and bring your neighbors one and all Having secured a large boundary of Blue Grass for the year we will exchange goods or pay cash for live stock You can settle notes or accounts with the same As the prices we name merely give us a chance to get our money out of the goods we cannot afford to credit Goods will be sold for cash only or country produce live v e shall open stock and school claims taken in exchange a new department under the charge of Miss Laura Rawliugs and Miss Lula Day which will be fully stocked with Fine Millinery Notions Ladies Furnishing Goods Wall Paper Carpets and Oil Cloths School Books and Supplies Pictures and Frames etc etc Miss Rawlings is a thoroughly competent Milliner and Dress Maker and we offer you a City Stock to select from You can get as fine and stylish Millinery and Dresses here as anywhere and at the very lowest prices Yours c Â¬ tJ TT IdA iT 3 CO address J M HOSE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY President Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY 30000 Capital J M 200000 Surpito PENMANSHrP IN BOOK KEEPIHB SHORT HAND TYPE WRITINO ETC AT THE BRYANT TELE8RAPH Y ETC STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE SOUTH WEST IBRNER THIRB AND JEFFERSON STREETS LOUISVILLE KY CATALOGUE FREE TJ10R0UIH INSTRUCTION 0 niOSTAFP President J KlltKlWTlUCK Vice President W Y THOMSON Cashier o f rU mid corrauojjpu- - ttmt a ldwnt BlllowuieM hitterr AU dealer keep It generally throughout Kastern Kentucky A general fianklng hustness done Give us a chance to scud you a hank book nay your -Consignments of Produce anil the patronage of Mountain Merchants rcopect cliecka and lomrymi money when In need W Thompson Cash fully solicited and full satisfaction guaranteed W el My Wo respect Ail ly solicit tho lnislapss of mer fitrmur traders and husluess men clinnt TRIMBLE BROS WHOLESALE GROCERS MT STERLING KY I X 3eEZ0SWRWJCSnVXCCflWM MIUUIILIUUIlIln rjMMM Hazel Geeen Herald IJumi larger circulation In Wolfe Morgan ainl Breathitt than all other papers in the state anil merchants In Mt Sterling Win chester Lexington Louisville and Cincinnati will find it Till ItlvST MKDltrM through which to secure Mountain Trade ADVERTISING KATES TltANSIKNT Â¬ Â¬ seitieut iiihurtiou TO UK Advertlsements inserted for less than mouths will he 75 cunts an inch for the first insertion and J5 cents an inch for eaeli sub Al1 TltANSlKNT ADVKIITISINO MUST PAID IN ADVAXCH STANDING A D VKUTISHM I5NTK 11 1 inch lJ months J inches II inches inelies lj 7 50 no II I 5 ii Liberal rates on lartror advertisements made known on application Obituaries tributes of icspeet etc k a line Count six words to the line and bend money with the manuscript We will write obituaries and publish at 5 cents a line Local notices to be interspersed among reading matter 10 cents a line with a dis count of 25 per cent where they run a month or more Marriage and death notices not exceeding ton lines solicited and published riJKK pirliiuji ho it It rcuu iAit Advkktisinu lAYAltlK jUAKTKItlY ON DKMAND SPEsVEU COOPER Address Inel irecn Ky Â¬ inches inches II II 15 00 13 75 22 00 23 00 1 ANNO VNCKM iXT We arc authorized to announce GEOIMJE W I It A KE as a candidate for Sheriff of Wolfe County subject to action of the Dem Â¬ ocratic party We are authorized to announce WEEDEN CONCiLKTONasa candidate for Sheriff of Wolfe comity subject to the action of the Democratic party W arc authorized to announce W A 15V ltl of Torrent as a candidate for Slier illof Wolfe county at the August election 1S2 subject to the voters of the county Mr Hyrd says he is a Democrat and expects perform the duties regardless of person or party DEMOCRATIC to remain one lie does not believe in frau dulent means of securing county office and if honored to the position of Sheriff will Â¬ Held Over to Circuit Court Marshal John Howerton was severely cut in the calf of the leg on Wednesday night of last week by Tom Cummins who made his escape and is still at large Hob Cummins Jr who also cut Hower ton was arraigned for trial Saturday before Police Judge Godsey waived ex amination and was held to Circuit Court in the sum of 500 bail being furnished by R M Wilson and It N Hose The defendant was represented by Isaac W Roe of Maytowu and J M Kash of this place the Commonwealth being represented by County Attorney J C Lykins of Campion The trouble arose over the eiectment of Cummins from the Academy where an entertainment was in progress Cummins being under the influence of liquor The wounded man is doing well and will bo out in a few days Struck by Lightning While digging the gravo for uncle Phil Little on Gillmoro Monday after noon George Little Robert Little Thos Little and a colored man named Camp Â¬ bell Itaisor were struck by lightning and knocked insensible Robertt Little and Kaisor were in the grave and the other two standing on the brink yet all were struck in the same place on the neck The fluid burned the hair from Praters neck and breast as if singed by a candle and the hair was burned from Robert Littles neck in the same way Under the treatment of Dr John Taulbee who was called at once all have about recov- Â¬ ered except Prater who is still suffering tho most excruciating pains and complaining of misery in the breast Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Report From Damu Rnnior Dame Rumor is whispering it around that two widowers not a thousand miles from Hazel Green neither of whom aro spring chickens cither by the way are in tho matrimonial market and will soon each niato with a maiden of sweet six Â¬ teen or thereabouts J -- M KELLY President WM BRIGHT Secretary ntul Treasurer WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTON CALL ON TI IE Statu of Ohio City of Tomjdo J- - he is tho senior partner of the firm of F XJ Co doing business in the CiirXKY of Toledo County and Stato aforeCity said and that said firm will pay the sum They are ooerating THE LARGEST FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP IN Tllfi of ONE HUNDRER DOLLARS for STATE east of Louisville each and every caso of Oataiikii that All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY cannot bo cured by tho use of Halls ss J Lucas County Fiiank J Chkxky makes oath that Â¬ Lexington Foundry Co Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET Shop K RAILROAD near 7th St Catawui Cum SJBfcDONE jta J Ofllee 09 EAST MAIN STRE1CT Sworn to before me and subscribed in on K U RAILROAD my presence this Gth day of December BSTFoundry FRANK 18SG CHENEY at the lowest LIVING lMticiM J M KELLY President T Xky JUeXIIlgbOll IT GLEASON Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on tho blood and mu Â¬ A W 1 sial AD NEW STORE NEW GOODS cous surfaces of tho system Send for testimonials free CO Toledo O F J CHENEY BSTSold by Druggists 75c Rose Swango Are now receiving a Frcsb and Choice Stock of TR J F LOCKHART Fall EZEL KY REFUNDED uB DENTIST To which they invite the attention of the citizens of Hiucl Green and vicinity consisting of Winter Goods Â¬ Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Also FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS and the clothing department is chock lull of bargains c DISTRICT TICKET For Senator 4th District JOHN S HAUGIS Of Breathitt countv representing Mack Start- Â¬ Co was a guest of the Day House ler Saturday and Sunday Day left Sunday for a business trip to Lumber Point Clay City and other points on the K U King Ford J T James H Swango is confined to bin home with a bilious attack and a carbun- Â¬ cle Dr Taulbee is attending him See the announcement of V A Bvrd Ve for Sheriff at head of this column will have more to say of him next week iilinore Gleanings Married June 28th at the residence of the brides father Rev J M Little Lilburn Graham to Miss Nannie Little both of this vicinity Long may thev live and prosper They are both wefl known in social circles and need no com- Â¬ ment They therefore have the sincere congratulations of this scribe Died On the 28th inst uncle Philip Little aged 84 years and three months He was the oldest person in this vicinity and leaves a large train of connections to mourn his demise He was born and raised principally on Gillmore and Lacy Creek Gone to Sweet Owen Mrs W H Cord and son Robert left Monday for a visit to Mrs Cords folks Prof Cord remains here at OwejUon a few days and will then take a trip through the mountains in the interest of the Academy after which he will join his wife and boy and himself take a He has been a wide Â¬ short vacation awake untiring indefatigable worker iu the interest of the Academy and not only deserves a rest but should also have encouragement from the O W B M for the work he is doing Defaulting Their Din ling Delegate Swango has prepared an arti- Â¬ cle in vindication of the new constitution which we will publish next week We regret that we did not receive it in time for this issue as we are not so in our views as to try to hide bound prevent others from expressing theirs Every voter should read the nev consti- Â¬ tution and judge himself whether he can support it Delegate Quicksall will also have a communication on the constitu Â¬ tion in our next issue Â¬ TR J A TAULBEE Physician and Surgeon Hazel Green Wolfe County KENTUCKY DAY f Mens Ail Wool Suits Only 750 BSrEVERYTHING GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY WOOD Office a 1 11 F DAY t wood TZ1TT Â¬ ATTORNEYS AT LAW Maysville St Mt Sterling Ky Practice in Montgomery Powell Menifee Wolfe Ilreathitt Rowan Mngoftin and Mor gan counties and Superior Court and Court of Appeals over Exchange Hank OASKLE Y General Merchandise HAZEL GREEN DKALKIl IN KY o REAR BIGSTAFF KY Â¬ BQCarries a complete line of Dress Goods Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Staple and Fancy Groceries Drugs and Patent Medicines to which he invites your attention and which he will sell at tho lowest prices for canh When in search of bargains be sure and givo him n call and youll save money JAMES KENNEDY JAMES B TIPTON ATTORNEYS AT LAW MT STERLING Practice in the courts of Montgomery and adjoining counties and in the Court of Ap peals and Federal Courts DAY t Mark Sunday Applotree Smith with Marks Bros was a guest of the Day House Mr Smith was accompanied Mas LOU DAY Proprietress This house has been recently refitted and refurnished and the table is at nil times sup plied with the best in the innrket Rates reasonable Sample room attached and spe cial rates to commercial men Patronage is aOly respectfully solicited HOUSE Hazel Green Ky ii -- DEALEItS IX- - Â¬ Â¬ Pure Drugs Medicines Chemicals PAINTS OILS VARNISHES AND BOOKS AND STATIONERY and given special fob 6 by his wife Miss Mary Daviess who had a music clas here until the close of the Academy left on the hack Monday for her home at Georgetown JAMES P FANT THE old reliable Dickinson Co Â¬ MT STERLING KY 9Thc prescriptions and orders of Doctors especially solicited care and attention iu compounding None hut pure medicines and drugs used ly Hat House of WS Our Alliance friends will this week find a feast of good things on the third page of our paper and a good grist on the eighth page Dr J A Taulbee reports the following births To the wife of Granville Taulbee Juno 128 a girl Nannie Cleo to the wife of A II Lacy a girl Dr Mary Vine CINCINNATI Cor Pearl Invites all of his mountain fricndR and es pecially the merchants to give him a call when in the city J SEITZ Ellen Lacy i a 4 il MAUPIN Our better- - returns thanks to Mrs WITH Hiuiey for a mess each of peas ami new potatoes and to Miss Jennie Howerton D for a quart of blackberries the first of fully but earnestly yours Charley Swango WHOLESALE DRY GOODS tf the season NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES Ac AVhUperliirt of a Whittling Henry Duff of Howards Mill Mont CATLETTSMJUG KY feOly Miss Carrie Derickson who has been gomery county was here this week for sheep He got a attending school at tho Academy left the purpose of buying lot of f8 from Efsbcrry Little of Gill Monday for Clay City where she will T F- - QAftP Jeweler more Creek spend the vacation with her mother EZEL KY Mrs Green Hall J Chapman Swango Dr Taulbee was on Tuesday called in of this place had the gallantry to see consultation with Dr Gevedon in the her to Torrent Station on the K U and JAfl case of P E Gulletton the head of Red gossip being our authority ere the ides River who is sutlering from an attack of of October we may hear of a wedding corrobro spinal fever Funeral of Mrs Nancy Hose Applicants for teachers certificate or The funeral of Mrs Nancy Rose will for tlio renewal of a certificate will be be preached at the new church at Still- Â¬ examined on Smiths History of Ken Â¬ water bridge on the second Sunday in tucky Examinations will bo held at August at 10 oclock A M by RevsAV Campion today Friday Mrs Rose was B and W F Lykins us to say the mother of our townsman John M Rev D II Fallen requests that he will begin a protracted meeting Rose Si Rose of Stillwater and Ike dX friends at the church house near V II Tanl Rose of Maytowu to and funeral of tho tho bees on Friday July 17 at 3 oclock 1 family are invited M and continue over Sunday John S IlargU Nominated In the convention at Campton Thurs Â¬ Charles E Habicht of this ollice is away for a couple of weeks to spend the day last John S Hargis of Jackson wasÂ¬ Watches Clocks Jewelry Fourth of July and his surplus nionov nominated on tho first ballot Mr Har in Ohio and its ho leaves us to do all gis has had some legislative experience the work wo think it an exceedingly and will make tho people a good State Mt Sterling National Bank Senator We hoist his name at the head bad habit of our columns this week and hope the MT STERLING KY Miss Abbio Tyler of lleattyville who Democratic column of voters will rally was visiting here last week returned to his support in August t homo Saturday much to the regret of An Important Correction Capital 100000 her many friends here who hoped to Through a piece of gross carelesness have the pleasure of bet company for Surplus 16550 the card of P R Phillips iu our Fair sonic time M Robinson with J catalogue reads West Libertys new paper the Morgan and it should read with Carter LEWIS APPERSON President Co We hope all interested Co Messenger has been received and placed Bros II R FRENCH Cashier upon our exchange list The evidences will note the correction and make due ot ability are plainly apparent in its get allowance for a rush of work night and Mountain business Is respectfully solicited up and we congratulate Messrs Caraway day for n month past with the assurance that we will treat every customer fairly Uobiuson in starting out so favorably Tho Dormitory Contract May success attend them The contract for building the dormi- TEACHERS INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS hi We understand the entertainment at tory for Hazel Green Academy was let With a new trimming machine a modern Hazel Green last Monday Tuesday and to icorgo Rico of Maytowu and work Mnpler fast job press an abundance of typo Mr and Wednesday nights was a grand success was begun on tho building Monday stiporior workmen we are better pre How could it be otherwise when our Rico is well known as a fine and fast pared to tirliit Institute Proceedings tlmn sister town in blessed with so many tal workman and thcro is every reason to nny office In Eastern Kentucky Please give SPENCER COOPER believe the dormitory will be ready for us your orders ented young ladies ami gentlemen Kdltor Herald IIarel Green Ivy 7 boarders by Sept Went Liberty Messenger Take Notice All persons knowing themselves indebt ed to G B Swango must make settle- Â¬ His accounts have been ment at once placed in my hands for collection and when I call upon those owing him I If they do shall expect them to settle not I will warrant them and they can then pay debt and costs I will take any kind of stock at good prices Respect- Â¬ Â¬ Thos Henderson WHOLESALE ASHLAND KY WITH Son KY CATLETTSBURC Tho Largest Drug House In tho Ohio Valley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that aro Sold by tho Dozen 16000 Square Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed X WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS g jpdJtiolu proprietors of the famous X Â¬ HB H CARPENTER The only remedy that is sold on an abso guarantee to cure all Pains and Aclics Crumps and Lone JJiarrliunt Jjys ientery etc I Psed internally and exter 5 r LI 9 OI1 miiiu imbii tuiiiiiiiciii in iiiu nuiiuo j Aiiiiiiy PJtlfiE 25 CKNTS NERVE KINCI x Solff lute I For the permanent cure of Pains in thej Hack and all disorders of the Kidneys ami urinary urgans inousiiiiils ot cer Stiflcates of those who have used this III l oiciiiliiv tviii iiu ncuti wii iiimiiiuuuuij 1 PRICE 100 1 HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL proprietors of the rcuowncdifcz I Bey FOlt SAMS HY DltUO STOKB8 AND COUNTRY STOKES EVERYWHERE T CI Â¬ J K Sharp Uruce Trimble Denton SHARP TRIMBLE MT STERLING DENTON KY THE WINCHESTER BANK -- Have now a complete lino of N II WITIIKRSrOON President Clothing Hats Boots Shoes It I HUNTEIt Cashier and Gents Furnishing Goods Paid up Capital 20000000 We solicit an inspection of Surplus 0000000 Tliis accounts of our goods and guarantee pri eliautH Dank hoUoKh theand huidnesij iner farmerH traders men ces satisfactory and articles as generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers its customers every facility imd the most liberal terms within the limits of recoin mended Â¬ WINCHESTER KY legitimate bunking oetl8ly IDINGFELDEK NEW- - J M ROBINSON Importers and Jobbers of CO EABMEKS BANK MT STERLING KY Capital Wm 250000 Surplus DRY No GOODS AND NOTIONS 40000 CflHhler 057 030 and M- l-- Went Main Street KY Mitohrix President Ciiah M GmniiiB LOUISVILLE The largest capital and surplus ami Imll vicinal deposits than any bank in this sue tloi of the State Exchange Bank of Kentucky KY MT STERLING Tax Payers i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ This is to notify all who have not yet paid their taxes that I or one of my deputies will call upon them immediately to collect and CAPITAL I hopujrtioy will give us no trouble iih I Especially do I have been vary patient We have more Hazel irecn business than appeal to thohu who are behind on old tax I am compelled to have the money to meet any other bun ami want to Increase it my obligation and I give this notice that Suud us your aecoipit and we will treat those owing me may huutle around and get it up at onok Do not delay In thkwat you well icr tor i mum iihvu uih money H J PETERS PlllMIDKNT Very respectfully c HANK9B yr2i J 31m JOHN G WINN Cashier 10000000 1 a f wJk t Aif i 4i h K il n i dreds of years into a splendid pande Â¬ monium on a small scale Abaddon the bird You go up and assault that old Satanic Movomonta Almod at Episcopal church which has been stunning tho heavens for centuries with Christ a Work the sublimcst prayers that woro over uttered church of Bishop Lelghton gtirrtllotift of Divinity rhlh Only tho Bishop White and Bishop Mcllvalnc Judgment Day Will Settle VTIimi lit and get that denomination discuss Â¬ T IJtornlty IlinOum Upon Our flight ing men instead of NplrlU Tulm1j discussing Hnrmon the eternities Abaddon IV You go Dr Tahn ages text Siindtry was taken up to that old Methodist church which He that pass from Proverbs xxvl 17 has through her revivals sent millions Â¬ cth by and mcddloth with strife belong- to Heaven we ing not to him is like ono that talceth a havo addudwhichour would otherwlso population tho to dog by the enrs church of Wesley and Matthow Slmp Solomon here deplores tho habit of against which we have an especial mulling in between contestants of talc bon grudge and get them so absorbed In dis- Â¬ ing pnrt in the antagonisms of others cussion whether women shall not tako of joining In lights which thej ought part In her conference that thoy shall to Nlrui They do no good to others and not havo so much time to discuss how get ditmage for themselves He com- many sons pares it to tho experiment of talcing a to glory and daughters she will tako dog by tho ears Nothing so Irritates tho What amazes mo most is that all peo- Â¬ canines as to be clutched by tho lugs ple do not see that the entire movement Take them by the back of tho neck and at this time all over Christendom is Sa- Â¬ lift them and it docs not seem to hurt tanic Many of tho Infernal attacks or olYend but you take the dog by tho aro sly and hidden and strategic and nr and he will tako you with his teeth so ingenious that they are not easily In all th history of kennels no intelli discovered lint here Is a bold and un- Â¬ gent or spirited dog will stand that covered attempt of the powers of dark Â¬ Now sajs Solomon you go Into ness to split up the churches to get quarrels or controversies that are not ministers to tako each other by tho yours and you will get lacerated and tlmfit to make religion a laughing torn and bitten Mb that passeth by stock of earth and hell to leave tho and meddleth with strife belonging not Bible with no more respect or authen- Â¬ to him is like ono that taketh a dog by ticity than an old almanac of 1823 the ears which told what would be tho change This is a time of resoundlngeccloslast of weather six mouths ahead and in ical quarrels Never within your mem quarter of tho moon It is best to ory or initio has tho air been so full of what turnips In a word the effort Is plant missiles The Presbyterian Church has to stop the evangelization of tho world on hand a controversy so great that It It seems to me very much llko this finds it prudent to postpone its settle- There has been a railroad accident and ment for at least one more year hoping many aro wounded and dying that something will turn up Some There aro several drug stores near tiody might die or a now general assem Â¬ All tho the aoono of casualty bly 111113 have grace to handle tho excit- and druggists arc needed and doctors needed ing questions The Episcopal Church Bandages stimulants right away has east out some recalcitrants audits digestive organs are taxed to the utmost amesthotics medicines of all sorts What ln trying to assimilato others Shall ing are the doctors and druggist do Discussing the contents of some women preach or be sent as dele Â¬ old bottles on the top shelf bottles of gates to conference are questions that have put many of our Methodist breth Â¬ medicine which some doctors and drug or midyears ago Come ren on tho anxious seat And the gists mixed UOO druggists cry the peodoctors come waters in some of tho great ple and help these wounded and ly baptistries are troubled waters Hccausc of the controversies through ing that are being brought from be out Christendom tho air Is now like an neath tho timbers of the Itcrushed rail will bo too In a little while August afternoon about fi oclock when train Come Come for Gods sake it has been steaming hot all day and late away No says a doctor right clouds are gathering and there are lions we of thunder with grumbling voices and not untilon nave settled wnciner me that top shelf was rightly medicine flushing eyes coming fortli from their I say there were too many mixed cloudy lairs and people are waiting for it tho full burst of tho tempest I am not drops of laudanum in too and this otherÂ¬ many of camman says there were much of a weather prophet but the phor and we must get this question clouds look to me mostly like wind attend to clouds It may bo a big blow but 1 settled before wo can And one the rail doctor road accident hope It will soon be over In regard to another doctor by the col- Â¬ I am every day takes tho battle of the creeds asked what I think about it I want lar and pushes him back against to make it so plain this morning what the counter and one of the doctorIf you will not admit that I am I think that no ono will ever ask again says I smash Lot those who are jurymen In the right about that one bottle willstore In your apothecary every bottle case I mean those who In tho different ecclesiastical courts have tho questions ami he proceeds to smash Meanwhile plainly put directly before them weigh and on the lower shelf are all marked and within easy reich decide Let the rest of us keep out needed for the helping of the medicines the sutVerers Tho most damaging thing on earth is by the accident and in that drawer religious controversy No ono ever comes out of it as good a man ns he oaslly opened are bandages and splints goes in Some of tho ministers in all for tho lack of which fifty people are the drug store Heforo denominations who before tho present dying outsidethought everyone sees Its 1 apply this asccrblty were good and kind and useHere is this old world and ful now seem almost swearing mad application It Is off track Sin and sorrow have These brethren I notice always open collided with it The groan of agony Is their violent meetings with prayer beGod fore devouring each other thus saying fourteen hundred million voiceda great has opened for relief and cure raco before meat They havo a moral of mercy and hydrophobia that makes us think they sanitarium a great house with balsams Its shelves are filled have taken a dog by tho ears They all glorious never read the imprecatory psalms of with cathollcons with help so easily help tremendous help help David with such est as since lite Itrlggs upand Newton and MeQueary and Bridg administered that you need notItgetYon any step ladder to reach miin and ltrooks questions got into on can reach It on your knees and then May tho rams of the lull swing suffering and the tiheepfold soon havu their horns hand It to all the t Hawed off sinning and the dying Comfort for all Before their controversies guilty Pardon for aro settled u good many ministers the troubled tho dying all the But while the will through what thoy call liberal- Â¬ Peace for all and perishneeding ism be landed Into practical Infidelity world Is lack of It the relief tho church what of ing for And others through what they call con- Â¬ of fighting doctors servatism will shrink up Into bigots Why It is full On tho top shelf aro some old bottles tight and hard as tho mummies of years ago CalEgypt which got through their contro- Â¬ which several hundredmembers of tho vin or Arminius or the versies 55000 years ago formers of the This trouble throughout Christian Synod of Dort or tho holy mixtures Nicene creed filled with dom was directly inspired of Satan old get revision of lie saw that too much good was being and until we 11 ml aout whether these we must bottles and done Ilecrults were being gathered by hundreds of thousands to tho gospel tako a teaspoon fnl or tablcspoonful mwt whether before or after meals let utandard The victories for God and and groan and die tho truth wero too near together Too thn nations suffer all means If you can Sin e the bottles by many churches wero being dedicated else Too many ministers woro being or- not sao any thingshall you and I take part Now what dained Too many philanthropies were fills all Chrisbeing fostered Too many souls woro In this contveversy which My advice U tendom wit clangor being saved It had been a dull time in tho nether world and tho arrivals Take no part riot all mayors of cities In time of wero too few So satan ono day rose or Yo powers advise good citizens to stay at homeMi In and said upon his throne In their places of business and In of darknoss heart And all up and time of religious riot I advise you to go Hear down the caverns the cry was God Leave Thero Is that about your regular work of Satan said Hear on the higher shelves for the bottles American board of commissioners for others to light about and take tho two It must elthor bo de- Â¬ bottles on tho shelf within oasy reach foreign missions molished or crippled or tho first thing two bottles which are all this dying you know they will havo all nations the needs the one filled wlth a potion brought to God Apollyon the Younger - world Is for tho cleansing of all sin which You go up to Andover and got the pro- tho other filled with a potion which If fessors discussing whether the keathon for tho soothing of all suffering can be saved without the Gospel Divert Two Gospel bottles Christ mlxea and them from tho work of missions roomgot them out of his own tears and blood at in them In angry convention by the time In thera Is no human admixture Spend Young hotol Boston and no time on the mvsterlosl You only a thoy adjourn tho cause of foreign mis man five or six feet high ought Hot to magnlfl lons will uo gloriously awl Younger try to wade an ocean 1000 feet deep Dlabolu the ntly injured Theological My own experience has been rlvld I You go up and get Union the most of my time for years seminary of Nw York and the general devoted to understand Gods Eternal In trying awembly of V Prcsliyterlan church at Decrees and I was determined to Had Detroit at swordspolnU and diverted oat why the Lord let sla come into the rom tk vr orkf making earnent mln world aad I set out to explore the doe turn that old yard iuv o rallgla adwklek ka been trlae of the Trlatty and with ike I TreabyWrlan ehrk tke tkroaa of atlok t lUxLl OF CKJflEM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ k legiliMNftlftWWP finite As with all my predecessors tho attempt was a dead failure For tho last thirty years I have not spent two minutes In studying tho controverted points of theology and If I live thirty five years longer I will not spend tho thousandth part of a second in such I know two things and I exploration will devote all the years of my life In proclaiming God will through Jesus Christ pardon sin and Ho will comfort trouble Creeds havo their uses but just now the church Is crceded to death Tho young men entering the ministry aro going to be launched In the thickest fog that over settled on tho coasts As I am told that in till our services students of Princeton and Union and Drew and other theological seminaries are pres Â¬ ent and as theso words will come to thousands of young men who are soon to enter tho mlnlstery let me nny to such and through them to their associates kcepoutof tho bewildering be- Â¬ littling destroying and angry controversies abroad The questions our doctors of divinity are trying to settle will not bo settled until the day after tho Day of Judgment It Is such a poor economy of timo to spend years and years in trying to fathom tho un fathomablo when in five minutes in Heaven we will know all wo want to known Walt till we get our throne Walt until the Hirht of eternity flashes upon our newly ascended spirits It is useless for ants and different sides of a mole hill to try to discuss tho compar- Â¬ ative heights of Mount Blanc and Mount Washington Let mo say to all young men about to enter tho ministry that soon the greatest novelty In the world will bo tho unadulterated religion of Jesus Christ Preach that and you will havo a crowd The world is sick to re Â¬ gurgitation of the modern quacks in re- Â¬ ligion The world has been swinging off from tho old Gospel but it will swing back and by the time you joung men go into tho pulpits the cry will bo coming up from all the millions of man- Â¬ Glvo us the bread of life no kind sweetened bread no bread with sickly raisins stuck here and there Into it but good old fashioned bread as God our Mother mixed it and baked it You see God know as much when He made the Bible as He knows now Ho has not learned a slnglo thing in 0000 years Ho know at the stnrt that tho human race would go wrong and what would be the best moans of its restoraAnd the law tion and redemption which was thundered on Mt Sinai from whose top I had tho tables of stone in yonder wall transported is the per fect law And the Gospel which Christ announced while tlying on that Mount rough t that stone in yon from which wall and which Paul preached on der that hill from which I brought yonder granite is tho Gospel that save the world is to going Young man put on that Gospel armor No other sword will triumph like that No other helmet will glance off the battle axes like that Our theo- Â¬ logical seminaries arc doing glorious work but if over theological seminaries hall cease to prepare young men for this plain Gospel advocacy and shall become mere philosophical schools for guessing about God and guessing about the lllble and guessing about the soul they will ceaso their usefulness and young men as In olden time when they would study for tho Gospel ministry will put themselves under the care of some intelligent and warm hearted pastor and kneel with him in family prayer at the parsonage and go with him into tho room of the sick and tho dying and see what victories the grace of God can gain when the couch of tho dying saint is tho Marathon That is the way tho mighty ministers of the Gospel were made in olden times Oh for a great wave of revival to roll over our theological seminaries and our pulpits and our churches and our eccle siastical courts and all over Christen dom That would be the end of controversy While such a deluge would float tho ark of God higher ana lilglier it would put all tho bears and tigers and reptiles of raging criticism aiteen cu- Â¬ bits under Now what Is the simple fact that you in tho pew and Sabbath school class and reformatory association and we in the pulpits have to deal with It Is this That God has somewhere It matters not where but somewhere provided a great Heaven great for quietness for those who want quiet for assemblages for vast great those who llko multitudes great for architecture for those who like architecture groat for beautiful landscape for those who llko beautiful landscape great for music for those who like music great for processions for those who like armies on white horses and urcat for anything that ono especially doiros in such a rapturous dominion and through tho doings of Ono who was born about live miles south of Jerusalem and died about Urn minutes walk from its eastern gate all may enter the for Heaven groat that Is and heartfelt asking earnest all That is all What then that is your work and mine Our work is to persuade peoplo to face that way any and start thitherward and finally go in But has not religion something to do with this world as well as the next Oh yes buv io you not see that If tho people start for Heaven on their way there thoy will do all tho good they can They will at the very start of the journey got so muck of tho spirit of Christ which Is a spirit of kindness and self sacrifice and goroslty and burden bearing and helpfulness that every step thej take will resound with good Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 I deeds I Â¬ we go forth to do our whole duty In many languages it has only a little dif Christos It ference of termination stands for sympathy It stands for help It stands for pardon It stands for hope It stands for Heaven Christos In that name wo were baptized Jn that name we took our first sacra- Â¬ ment That will be the battle shout that will win tho whole world for God Christos Put it on our banners when wo march Put it on our lips when we die Put it in the funeral Psalm at our obsequies Put it on the plain slab Blessed ba Christos over our grave His glorious name forever Amen ASSERTED HIS MANHOOD Â¬ Â¬ draught Be that the charmed word with which towers Get it wants and woes of our poor human race Get It out of tho dusty theologi- Â¬ cal books that few peoplo read and put it in their hearts and lives Good thing is It to profess religion when you join tho church but every day somehow wo ought to profess religion Do you know that I think that If all ministers In all denominations would stop this nonsense of ecelslastloal strife and tako hold tho word of God tho only question with each of us being how many souls we can bring to Christ and in how short a time the Lord would soon appear for the salvation of all nations Why can not tho final glory roll In Why can not this dying century now feel the incoming tides or tno oceans of heavenly mercy Must our eyes close In death and our ears tako on and tho deafness of the tomb theso hearts beat their last throb beforo the day comes in Oh Christ Why tarriest Thou Wilt Thou not beforo wo go the way of all the earth let us seo Thy scarred feet under some noonBefore wo day cloud coming this way die lot us behold thy hands that were spliced spread out in benediction for a lost race And why not let us with our mortal ears hear that voice which spoko peaeo an Thou didst go up speak pardon and emancipation and lovo and holiness and joy to all nations as Thou comest down But tho skies do not part I hear no rumbling of chariot wheels coming down over the sapphire There is no swoop of wings I see no flash of angelic appearances All is still i hear nothing but the tramp of my own heart as I pause between these utterances The King does n t land because tho world Is not ready and the church is not ready To clear the way for the Lordf coming let us devote all our energies of body mind and soul A Bussian general riding over the battle field his horse treading amid the dying and dead a wounded soldier asked him for water but the officer did not under- Â¬ stand his language and knew not What tho poor fellow wanted Then the sol Â¬ dier cried out Christos and that word meant sympathy and help and the Bussum officer dismounted and put to the lips of the sufferer a cooling Â¬ Â¬ stilts A CURIOUS EXPERIENCE get your rollglon off or down out of tho high The Aula aril PriMlleiuncnt Get it of t UuiWn or a level wltn tne Oh InsHeiikcer was some years ago said the ra conteur ns he flicked the ash from his half smoked cigar that I had u curl ous midnight experience on an cast bound train was going from Chicago to New York anil this was the second night on the road I had noticed a lady of middle age who sat in the parlor ear and who seemed to be alone I had observed that she was troubled about something judging by her ac Â¬ tions but had felt no special interest in her until at midnight of the second day when she came to meat a station where the cars stopped a tew moments and asked my assistance Oh sir she said would you ho so kind as to show tne the way to the bng gage car I have asked the conductor and the hrakemun but they will not help mo Did you wish to get at any of your baggage It would hardly be possl ble I suggested Oh I mutt go there sho said I will tell you sir although you aro a stranger to me My husband is there He is dead and I am taking him to Toughkeepsle to bury him We get there at oclock in the morning and I must go and see if all is right so that there will be no delay Will you not show me the way The poor woman looked worn out and I felt that I ought to do what I could to assist her since she had ap pealed to tne and I piloted the waj through six intervening coaches Into the baggage car Then I would havo left her but she clung to me convulsively Oh sir help me And 1113 poor litis- band He buried under those greut trunks If we remove those we shall id she began excitedly to find him pull at huge barn togas piled one 011 tho s other six feet high This was more than I had bargained tor so I said as I moved to the door Here is a porter He will help you but I must return to my car Like a flash she sprung at me and caught me by the throat Wretch where is my husband What have you done with him Half strangled I seized her hands tind disentangling myself from them called for help When she saw the baggage man she began to laugh and then I realized that she was insane But her story was true Her husband whose death had been a particularly sad one was reiill on the train and In that car at the bottom of that heap of trunks which were piled upon him I saw the box the next morning when it was brought out to the platform at Poughkeepsie and she poor woman was following It with tears streaming down her sunken checks Her madness was only temporary butl never want another experienco llko that For a few moments I felt like a Detroit Froo Press murderer I Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HIS SUSPICIONS AROUSED Harfuca lolltoiicMN Tut to Siiittno Ilcforo The Young Mini Ililri Promptly hut the Iteiil KHtiitc Mini WiiNiit Siitlrtlled Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nuc station The two were not together One was an attractive young woman and the other was a laboring man in soiled and patched clothing and with a dinner pail in his hand There was only one vacant seat In tho car Tho laboring man was perspiring and ap parently tired lie was thinking of his own comfort and he hurried to the vacant seat taking possession of it with an air of extreme comfort and relief It is doubtful if ho noticed tho young woman at all She had started for the neat too but the man reached It long beforo her A slight appearance of disappointment and annoyance was visible on her face She reached for u strap and prepared for a tiresome standing journey uptown But a man who sat next to the laboring man relieved her Ho was a cool and comfortably clad individual and appeared well ablo to stand Ho politely offered the young woman his seat and she as accepted It politely Then the polite individual took hold of a strap and cast a look of scorn at the laboring man plainly showing that he considered tho hitters action In appropriating tho only vacant seat had been decidedly wrong and ungentlemanly Tho laboring man was plainly annoyet and uncomfortable He read tho mean ing of the scornful glance and apparently did not resent St He probably began to realize that his action had been rude Hut an opportunity for retaliation soon came Tho attractlvo young woman left tho train at Twenty third fitreotnnd tho polite Individual resum ed his seat At Forty second street an old colored woman entered tho cars No seats wero vacant and the colored woman seized a strap and prepared to stand She was evldontly suffering a groat deal from heat and fatigue Tho man who had been so polite to the attractive young woman now became ab sorbed In a critical study of his feet Hut the laboring man arose and awkwardly taking off his hat asked the colored woman if she would not take his scat God blew youl I wiUl said sho and as she did so tho laboring man raxed triumphantly upon tho polite I dividual whoso shallow merit wa wholly dwarfed beforo this ovldence of a noblo manhood N Y Tribune The moen is like a marrlago ooa tract because it governs the tide Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cent hot days two persons boarded an uptown elevated train at the Ninth avo Truo Courtly In the hottest part of ono of the re- Â¬ Â¬ Filkins was in this morning said the clerk as the real estate man entered his ofllce Did he make his usual payment He paid the Interest on tho mort- Â¬ gage Anything on the principal No he let that go this time Well said the real estate man ro lleetlvely hes a good man and wo can afford to bo easy with him as long as he pays the Interest promptly Yes sir and he wants to get rid of the entire mortgage sir He what The real estate man turned sharply on his clerk He he wants to get rid of tho entire mortgage sir He said ho was tired of carrying it and asked me to figure out the entire amount of principal and interest and havo it ready for him tho next time he called Â¬ Â¬ He did Yes sir Talked of paying off the whole thlnR a lump Yes sir Write him a letter and toll him If ho lots the Interest go over ono day next month well foreclose the mortgage Hes getting ready to stand us off Chicago Tribune In CttllNMH of II ClllMNtt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Adametz a Swiss scholar has been taking a census of the Inhabitants of n cheese The microscopic examination of ono gramm of fresh Etntnen thaler cheese such as Is sold in En gland under the name of Gruyore contained no fewer than olghty thousand so called microbes This prodigious encampment after seventy days proved to havo Increased to a tribe of eight hundred thousand Another sort of chuese contained within a single gramm board and lodging for nbont two million microbes while in gramm cut from tho same rind of the cheeso Dr Adametz found about five million of these inhabitants A piece of cheeso upon our tables of a few pounds weight mny consequently con tain more microbo Inhabitants than there aro human beluga in tho whole world -- Pall Mall Oazotto Dr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hope for Him You havo spurned mo ho cried bit I will go Into the busy worldterly I will fight and win My name shaM bo kuown and my riches envied - Then she Interrupted agalu Judge try - A- rf HOME HINTS AND HELPS Tho Swoot-Stit-nt- ol MiiKtuillti A Sutfnv Cakes Ono pound of flour three fourths of a pound migar ono half of butter five ejrgu Mix and drop them on tins and put Hujjar Handed on then Jwt as you put thorn into tho oven ir frost them Detroit Free Press Pie IMant Shortcake Mix ono quart of flour ono tablespoon ful of butter and half a teaspoonful of salt with ono teaspoonful of baking powder and sweet milk sullleient to mako a soft Roll out into two cakes one dough quarter of an inch thiclcand bake then split and spread with preserved rhu Â¬ barb Demorests Monthly Kgg Sauce Heat tho whites of three eggs to a stilt dry froth beat tho yolks with a silver spoon beat into tho whites one cupful of powdered sugar add teaspoonful of vanilla add beaten yolks to whites and sugar and beat Always havo the whites of the eggs ua cold as possible beforo beating In beating tho whites add a bit of Milt ltoston Globe Ingredients for almond jumbles aro ono pound of sugar one half pound of butter two eggs ono pound of al Â¬ monds blaifched and chopped line with flour enough to mix stiff lloll thin and cut out tho cakes with a round cako cutter then with a smaller cutter tako out tho center Lay the jumbles in tho pan brush over the tops with white of egg slightly beaten and sprlnklo with sugar N Y World - Urollcd Chops Cut somo chops from a loin of mutton trim well leav Â¬ ing only enough fat to make them pal Â¬ atable place them on a gridiron over a clear lire turn them frequently and use care not to put the fork into tho lean part of the chops senson with pop per and salt and when just finished cooking put a piece of butter on each and send to tho table on a hot dish and with green puns -- Boston Herald The chimney connoctcd with a range requires thorough sweeping at least once in five years with the heater oiko in eight to insure a perfect draught This is done by men with long scrapers and brushes All vents from the chimney into living rooms should be sealed up during the process or everything will be covered with tho fine impalpable dust of soot Chimneys are often in use for dozen of yours without cleaning but they can not bo ex pected to draw when choked up with an accumulation on their walls Spinach Pick over and discard any wilted leaves Wash thoroughly in four or five waters Tear into small bits and put In n kettle without any water Let it stand on tho back of the stove until tho juico Is drawn out then boil until tender Drain and chop lino season with salt pepper vinegar and butter Pack it closely Into small cups and placo in the oven or in a pan of hot water to keep hot Separato tho yolks and whites of threo hard boiled eggs Cut tho whites into thin strips an inch long Hub tho yolks through a fluo strainer Turn tho spinach out on a platter flatten tho top slightlj- - Mako a circle of white round tho top of each and put a spoonful of tho lino yolk in the center If there bo more egg thau is needed make a daisy on opposite cor- Â¬ ners of tho dish IJoston Budget PRICKLY HEAT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ When a train reached Mobile the oth- Â¬ streets by one John Sellers represent- Â¬ er day tho air In tho cars becamo ing himself us living In tho Trinity bot- Â¬ freighted with tho odor of bananas yet toms about fourteen miles cast of Emits thcro was not one In sight Out of doors writes an Knuls Tow correspondent ono saw the dogwood blossom tho ja He snld that Inst Wednesday a colored ponlca in bloom and hero and thoro woman living nlonp tho rlvorbank lost magnolias mid wistarias In flower Tho her child a boy just ablo smell was of none of theso flowers Its to wallc and 6cnrch was made but un- Â¬ sourco was mysterious It was successfully and tho mother gnvo It up discovered thut tho peoplo havo for lost Further that somo flshonnon a habit of cartylng pooketsful while returning from an excursion of tho of found tho babe alivo and well perched blossoms aromatic the magnolia fuscatn They look like on some driftwood drifting plncldly the blortsoms of our flowering shrub toward tho gulf nbout twenty miles but nothing that wo know of in the down the river that It took tho fisher Â¬ north has an odor at ouco so powerful men two days to discover the mother and so sweet This was what perfumed and restore tho babe to Its home two-yoar-old curious story was told on tho Sripffisg LECTROTYPING OF THE HIGHEST GMDE PROMPTLY EXECUTED BY A N Kellogg Newspaper Go Both tho method and results when We offer to our Customers and The Trade Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant nnu roireaning to mo xasio aua acts generally the most satisfactory work possible gently yot promptly on tho Kidneys in these branches Bur facilities enable US aches and fevers aid cures habitual lO release JOUr type Oil S0IHi Urge JQD S6nl constipation Syrup of Figs is tho it to us for either stereotyping er electrotye the rain for two hundred miles Sun A eight-year-old N Y Irish boy In llttlo one of our public schools was reproved by his teacher for some mischief Ho was about to deny his fault when she Yes ho said 4I saw you Jerry replied as quick as a flash I tells thim there nlnt much 3ous dont sco wld thlra purty black eyes of yourn That was the answer that turned away wrath for what lady could resist so graceful a compliment Does tho court understand you to say Mr Jones that you saw tho editor Not at all of the Cornet intoxicated sir I merely said I had sctn him fre Â¬ All disorders bo cured a ubIup state of quently so flurried in his mind that ho tho system can caused byby bilious Carters would undertake to cut out copy with Llttlo Liver Pills No pain griping or dis-Â¬ comfort attending their use Try them tho snuffers that is all CmnniMs takes n pood deal of lutorcat his business Novcr loss than ton nor fourteen times beforo a vital spot was cent replied Chnrlle Cushgo with a sigh Washington Post reuehed A A well known Holyoko business man says tho Springfield Republican received a telegram a few days ago bearing the signature of his brother-in-laasking him to Bend him 950 as ho was strapped at Chicago Tho telegram did not give tho Holyoko mans full name but It named his busi- Â¬ ness and his business address After thinking tho matter over a few mo ments ho concluded that It was a bunko game und sent n telegram to his brother-in-law in St Louis asking If ho was at home Ho soon recolved nn nftlrma tlvo reply and tho Invitation Come and seo me It was a shrewd game but it did not work w Â¬ Dead wood rancher shot n bear bmntXEO for a jtrlklng article Tho whh GnniT jags from llttlo corn Julco groir Blnghamtoii ltopublicun ald uiuy ivimuio uruRRiBt wuu mar not havo it on hand will pro-euro it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accopt any No sr Ecmo for local skin troubles equals substitute Glenns Sulphur Soap CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO Ullls Hulr ami Whisker Dyo CO cents In JylaybrnX uiam SAN FRANCISCO L0UI8VILl 1 MV y a vr wV ceptablo to tho stomach prompt in and In good erder its action and truly boneficial in its We make a specialty of Newspaper Head effects prepared only from tho mot l J niln And linon Ika larflropl apcnrl- i healthy ani agrccabto ubstenccB its ment In these llMS to be fOUfid mywhlTt IR many excellent qualities commend it I to all and havo mado it tho moat tn6 COliniry IlOm Wnicn 10 select nopular remedy known I rLrZLrkiireflne i rfltiH returned to p proxpll A S34 N m Kellogg Newspaper Co Rli A ILW OHIOAZO ST L0UI9 MO 7 ONTARIO STREET CLEVELAND OHNfc 71 OHIO I7T A 170 ELM 8TRKET OINOINNATI 401 WYANDOTTE 8TREET KANSAS CITY Mk ft 40 JEPPEI180N BT MEMPHIS TCNN 74 TO 00 EAST OTH BTnBBT BT PAUL MINI ITO DEAHBOnN 030 WALNUT 8TnT OT I am not stuck on my shnpe paid tho porcupine but others are boston Her It 1b oaly when tho physician high heals Do OAL Â¬ Washington Post ho brings In his bill that doclarca himself to favor of KY NEW YORK NY GOLDEN MEMORIES A 1riixu orchestra ought not to complain of a liSgh purr critical audience BuiTulo Kx press xot mirco nor weaken the hnwnn hut act specially on tholivor and bilo A porfcet nver corrector uiriorn Liiiuo ljivor rills STlfSfSliSSMWMASONNorfolkVi K1MI Um riu tLtU em CHEAP tint la Mir Ttitom Timoran c hT tnila iiTfir ADA nnr rent llAm oprcrtnnltlfilnthicorolnniotroiHllt Kieurloni on Kprlnforiimtloniinil mapn tdclmit nil lUUwaj Per Acre mrt tlon Mill the cholcrnt wrltliiRS of tho Ixwt Anthor Write for terras to Hunt S KaIoo 1W 6th Ave NY WN AMI TUIS lAriHw7UajnTtMk ffittMJSK ANR W1IEN Tnuitr is no place lileo home and some unhappy wives are glud Uioro iant Som crvillo Journal It is hard for tb young man who Is JUBt learning to ride tho bicycle to lead nn up right lite Somervlllo JourtmL T TU n pa par tU B 1348 WUITINOTO ADVKItTMKnH 1lKASft saw tha AdvrrtlMBieBt In tttta that jn 1b Host TOISOH RKMEDT FOR CATARRH Kcllcf li lmmedlats A curo Cuoniiost Cold In tho llcid It hu uo equal Easiest to tuo certain For ments The best cough medicine Is Pisos Notitiso but n rabrlcatlon An orlontal for Consumption Sold ovcrywhero Curo 3o rug Mall ami Express Lrrs Is as uncertain a a pcnny ln thc Blot A snonT stop Fivo minutes for refreshÂ¬ V You may get your tutti fruttl and you may got lef L N Y Herald machine uobtrlls It n an ointmrnt of vrhlch n small nArtlrln In annllnd to thfl lrlcc ao Bold by drupels t or nt by rjmll Audxois T ILiaxLTLMX warren r NnvcnJoan your watch to a musician He baB too strong a predilection for keeping tlmo Boston Courier wont labor under an iniprosalon Frco Press A man down in Indiana is o lazy Detroit thatlio Visrron with a gun Is there any small gamo about hero Resilient Dow would a limit strlko youl Washington Star iwcuty-llvo-ccut gjatafcsii V U I Pll41lC7VM ra 7 II1C7Q kj tmiiuwiis rr iulj T rr TTTTTr V OAunics all beforo him Tho man with a wheelbarrow Speakino of work It said Bloggs takes a blacksmith to mako a fclloo tired Columbus Post of Well Known Men z i Dokt bo mulish Novor kick simply bo causa peoplo talk behind your back Richmond Recorder Woman used to sweep everything boforo hor but this spring shq swoops everything bohind hor Ehulra Gzptto m freshest iii of the year ii win iue cun magazine feature tinued in each of the sprintj and summer nmnnnrc nf A series pronouncedto be the JfcX FROM NOW TO Tho CuiiRfl iiml Troatmiiiit of That Painful AUVitlnn In many persons tho eruption known as prickly bent comes from tho corro- Â¬ sive action of tho acid perspiration It Is worse whenever the clothing lias an opportunity to rub the skin In cases of persons having delicate or thin skins much relief may often be obtained by applying a lather of soap and letting it dry in The soap Is sufficiently alka line in its nature to neutralize the acid of tho perspiration and stop its corrod- Â¬ ing effect Tho soap used should be of tho finest kind Asa rulo chafing is duo to the same cause and can be cured by the treatment mentioned Some persons find tho use of soap much more bene- Â¬ ficial aiid satisfactory than that of vaso llno or oil of any kind Tho oil acts merely as a lubricant and to soothe tho Inflammation The soap does the snme but also removes tho causes of the troublo to a great extent In applying tho soap to Infants extreme caution should bo used Only a small surfaco should bo soaped until certain that no injurious results follow Some persons get relief from bathing with a weak solution of bicarbonate of soda BosÂ¬ I tcli yon old man said tho dotcotlve Myou ought to consult a physician You Hushl dont seem like your old belf wns tho reply llig case Im in disguise -- Washington Post PROMPTLY CURED BY 3rT foawmsitfom U0 i Home Journal flralfe 50 jfi j 1 The Ladies YWm Tanuarv 1802 Balance of this A gWp fc and present the portraits of the wives of famous men whom the public have never seen MSmwiMLm The scries will present portraits and sketches of Vj 8 A ny I Cents Curos Also 7j Sciatica Sprains Bruioes Burns Wounds Swellings Neuralgia Lumbago 5 J MrsChaunceyMDepew rkWwL pi 7i Mrs Levi P Morton Mrs James G Blaine Mrs John Wanamaker 7j The Princess Bismarck Lady Tennyson L Mrs Will Carleton Ladv Aernes Macdonald jmsssm ton Budget dour satin or Marie Antoinette brocade Baltimore Md a black ground scattered with colored Illustrated Publications with bouquets of small size preferably Tho MAPSilfTlMnWluiiiot basques of tho majority of new gowns Rorth Dkota MonUua IiUtio Wanhlnpton and Cirriron tUu are tabbed variously somo narrow oth- Â¬ ers wldo And the long skirts i e AKO CHEAP tho lower half of tlni fashionablo MRTHERN coat aro not invariably of tho same PACIFIC R R Airru ulturalQrfcSfabrlj as tho upper part A gown of Utuii Timber Itndai mr Mallrd FKKE IddreM nntf win tn aettlurft K gray and reseda shot silk is cpt long L nal mi r R at the back but from each hip tho lUa aut JOBIOM U Cm mvr ft tuu miMit7 ut Mr basque is supplied by a wide flouueo of twlnc colored guipure Tho erosyfolds of tho vest show a bnnd of tho guipure TRACTION AND PORTABLE going from neck to waist obliquoly Tho wido cults aro also of the guipure Another coat in Louis XV form la of mlgnonotto green cloth with tho Thrcsfwrs and Horse Powers basque cut in moderntely deop tabs HI Write for IllitetnUedOUlogii roUl Fn Between tho slashings is inserted a M RUMELY CO LA PORTE I NO handsome pattern in boigo colorcd gui- Â¬ ANI WHISKEY HAIITI WITH COHKD AT MOU pure which barely shows yet gives a Hk oct riiK K1T of nr stylish and uncommon effect to th tleular IK M WOWIBT M coat Tho vest is trimmed to corr 194M WWUHit ATLANTA UA minor Many dresses of summer cloth nnd other wool matorials In self colors aro worn with LouIb coats of rich PompaNil CI urmcntM All Aches THE Chu A VogelerCo Soreness Frost bites Stiffness J jjl -- And several others to be announced in the autumn 5l PA mmm edited by wise coun- Â¬ Hi U For Your Daughters Â¬ i c BEE i 1 5 sels and instructive comments on social affairs and wholesome advice for our Side Talks With Girls Ruth Ashmore a page of growing daughters Some valuable articles in summer numbers include 11 LANDS After Dark in the Country Those Little Summer Larks A Girls Summer Dangers Youncr Man MKEmtttmi Hfll M T rNGINES RUMELY The Summer described so that 4 every girl will know the 1 V Will be ll Philadelphia good from the bad -- OPIUM M V1X TUH pj We offer THE LADIES1 HOME JOURNAL on trial from now to Jany 1892 balance of this year on receipt of ONLY SO CENTS - Jk 1 CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPANY Pa j2 ik - fif sponcL N Y Post miKtiwj Im jfawttf n i A sif 5i rt t HJ neiGBBORBOOD MORGAN Kxcl KVolutloiis Homo news F L u DGPARcmenc Congressional District Official Organ of tho Tonth iKy 1891 Ashland Park Stallions forCLOUD WEST BERMUDA four-year-ol- II I I I fl - - Editor 5105 people who wcro ho B F DAVIS of Ezol Yearling exhibition whom all communications Iiitemlud2 03 22 Vt terribly oppoflcd to voting any aid to get as8 THiIh Icpnrtincnt should bo nddrcsscd record 220H lor record 222 Out of the dam of Black Cloud 217tf his third heat a railroad nro now for the now constitu Â¬ Trial Oct l 188U 22W fourth heat sire out of the dam of Wilhon 2MX 220 tion which If adopted will increase the STATE OFFICERS the railroad tax of the farmer more than T T Oaiidnkr President Unrdwell Mack home 15 hands 3 inches high foal Bay horse 15 hands Bred nt Bay horse foaled March 31 1881 tax for all farming implement and In I J V Davih Secretary Ezel ed June 15 1883 llred at Ashland Park 3 inches high fonl Ashland Park fact most everything that the farmer has Uiiaiims Pack Treasurer Sin Sired by BANKER 4144 ed May 3 1878 The coimin will then bo taxed Oh yes W M HA1IRY Lecturer Gold City Sired by AHDALLAH WEST 25811 Own brother to Lysnnder sire of Lysander handsomest son of toncy you would bo a jewel if wo William Kearney vu comm ittte Hov 220K Watt 224 Sire of Wilkin 227 ix ncuTi his great sire and could only find you Tho cxoreltus of a orhl Ivimnilur Cllllif It 11 W It Riiowiiii Olmstead the handsomest of littlo common homho about hucii inaucrH First dam Puttie Patchen trial 238 graudam First dam the dam of Black Cloud 2175 H O RuoWN Clinton would bo a blessing to our country of Chestnut Wilkes 229 by Maiiibrino by Pilot Walker pacer any trotting nreti Finehville T J Doomv Piitchen sire of tho dams ot Uny WltKes horso in the United Say Slicker has your quill get ho DISTRICT OFFICEK8 Second dam the Clukc pacing mure 215K Astral 218 Rosa Wilkes218K Kl I could filick that you cant scratch States A J IIikmo President Rothwcll Clooni ISilH tfs Houri 217 and vlra218M have given more iiowh liwt week but left Notk Abdullah West 2583 by Allio S L Kahii Sec AiTrcas Omer 20 others in tho 230 list West 1st dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson Sired by George Wilkes 222 it for you and you slicked out of your Second dam Mandy by Stanhopes Wood NATIONAL OFFICERS and 21K by Clark Chief 2d dam Ohio by Hawk sire of dnm of Almont 227 duty President L L Polk Washington D C Alcy Wilkes 220jtf Guv Wilkes American Clay 3U nam Drought irom uiifo Harry Wilkes 213 Sire of Tno Tioratt Houbo has been repainted Sccy J H Turnth Third dam Puttie by Downings Vermont Wil and represented to be by Browns Bellfouu 2I5K Mike Wilkes pacer 215 and a now porter has been secured in the Abdullah West died at six years old tho dam of Enigma 22 Mambrino sire of son 210K So So 21734 Wilcox pacer der was the most promising eolt ever bred person of David Rose who now answers irNOTICK Hereafter no Indorsmcnt Ilruca 240 sire of Kit Curry 218K Bell Wilkes 218K Wilton 21K He 2lflK Bostt WUhoii 225 Oills Vermont sire of Bon to tho call of tho weary of uny mans candidacy for any political Joe Bunker 219K Flora Wilkes pacer West Cloud is n rich mahogany bay 15 ollico will he published in theso columiis Boy 223 and sire of the dams of Abel ner 2 19M Tom Bogers 220 etc Itov H II Littlo preached tho funeral hands 2 inches with black manu nnd tail Nelly L 220have paid tho fee either to ho shall 224 4 Col Bradshaw of a littlo daughter of Win Oldficlds at until and black legs extending above knees and tho printer or myself To do so would lie 223K Uambetta 225 The King 2205 Â¬ hocks He is a powerfully built liorhu for this placo last Sunday to a largo congre- unfairly taking advantage of tho publisher Pen rl 230 dam Sally Hamlet winner of Outlaw 2291 First finished set of of fanners at farmers Fourth dam Jcsso by Thomas Jefferson gation Only indorsements Hnmlet Stakes in 1875 by Hamlet liis height and has the most get on a horse meetings Inserted in this department under A V Puntllnd feet and legs its possible to Ho is a beautiful black with right hind sire of Loretta F 218 Tho frame of John A Kendall was he gave H F Davih As a Ludy M 223 of any breed any circumstances stands 15 hands high and is pacer 222 ankle white 220K Truro found In our town n few dyyH ago in Leontlne 223J4 Brookside Flora 229 and evidence of being possessed of remarkable i perfect horso all over Having uoin none good shapo Fees for Announcements State Officers and substance combined with the form and the dams of Tiiornicss 218K Cyclone speed nu with little handling he trotted a County 3 Wiloy Uico and Jlmmio Roland of 10 District fhiisli characteristic of tho cross he so well 223 A Granby 225J4 Graceful 225 M and half mile in 118 1 5 nnd miles in his work In 249J4 At three years old he was Hot Mam represents viz Hamblctouian sire and Hamletta 229K Salvorsvllle wcro visiting at this place trained owing to a very severe attack of brino Patchen dam This cross stands os the last weok Ornnd Allltmco Mnim Metitliijr dam Sal dam of Coarser 220K Cap- - pink ce He also done no work on the very best because public performances have Second AM Tltftiswtil nml iti1iil if fl R II Bolin of this place lost a good As a track lis a demonstrated its value Of its many repre Winchester Clark county July 0 maro a few days ago with something like lowe pacer 215 by Canada Chief sire he was jogged and trained lightly more for MPtitativcs not one is the superior of Bermu 7 Catlettsburg Boyd county July of dams of Governor 230 and Joe Hook- tin purpose of ascertaining if he was entire bus demonstrated tho same colic TIicbo meetings will bo attended by da for not one on from year to year begin ly recovered than with n view of testing his er sire of Maud Macey 217 etc ability to train Mrs W I Lyktns of West Libortv somo of tho most noted Allianco speak speed In n itiw months he trotted n full ning in tho yearling form none aro better has been visiting in town tho past week ers of tho United States among whom bred or better looking Third dam tho dam of Sofe that produced mile in 238 and half in 115 This season Blanche 22514 by iinn Yorkshire sire 1890 he served a few mures of my own nnd Ed Vest today bought a maro of J S will bo L L Polk President National As o sire he is of course untried bis first of dam of Ashlund Chief sire of Black was not put to work until September and Allianco and Industrial Union colts being fouled in 188 now yearlings Nlckoll for 125 Farmers Cloud 217K Hit his improvement was most remarkable Miss Ann Eliza Pleratt is visiting at J F Willetts National Lecturer Hon Judged at this age no stallion over sired I am repeatedly trotted halves sockless more uniform natural gaited colts with speed Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred fully convinced he will within 110 and trainWest Liberty Jerry Simpson tho famous a seasons He will stand for mures of Kansas and member elect unprecedentedat S200 TO INSURE the sire of Prince 227K ten miles in 28084 ing trot in 220 I will let him serve 20 mares Miss Lulu Prater is visiting at Salycra statesman season ol 1801 1891 outside of ten of my own nt vlllo to Congress Hon T T Gardner Presi money to no pam as iouows iuu ai inn within the season of The fee of Fayette Wilkes dent Kentucky State Union W R time of service and tho other 100 when the reach of all ana lower thanis that of any 00 THE SEASON money due nt time Bmjkt Juno 80 of service or before removal of mare The Browder Chairman Executive Commit mare proves in foal Being limited to 30 out- horse of equal merit in Kentucky usual return privilege is given to return Mnjrtown Missiles side mares parties wishing to breed to him tee and others mare in 1892 should sue not get in foal had better book their mures early SEASON SIOO News of interest scarce Let every member of the order come and dont fail to bring Our people aro considerably stirred up to these meetings Mares bred by the season not proving in foal have the usual privilege of return I breed sound highly finished trotters nnd have not satisfied with the result of tho con your neighbors who aro not members for sale high bred colts and fillies out of producing dams by a greater uumher of prominent sires than any farm in the land For sale at prices based on actual individual merit For further information see n ventions at Jackson and Campton and with you Come one como all TDCAOV koUnA Dnrb aviHftn Vu Secretaries will please see that these catalogues which can be hud on application Mures kept at regulur rates Di Ji InCAuIf ASniallU raiKy LQXinglOlIf fVJfi will bo that hundreds of votes tho result for- Â¬ And meetings aro well advertised DontKen- Â¬ in this county will bo wintered get the appointments for Eastern tho friends of tho 200000 constitution Wtwrir y y rryygyqir tygyryrsr ty- - fy yyyyyvyTPFVtyPwiry3 tucky aro few and far between m Winchester July 6 I attended tho District Conference of flntlottHbunr Julv 7 1801 1892 tho M E Church South at Frenchburg Why not tho brethren of those places last week and heard somo good preach- Â¬ arrange to have a grand barbecue ing lre Morton of Louisvillo and R old Kentucky bo behind other Let Hinor of Mt Sterling woro on hand States not hospitality and the kind recepin If tho preachers and delegats all fared as tion of our National officers WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN well as did this scribe tho Conference Brethren I leave tho matter with you was royally entertained I was assigned up and to business i raternany Normal ani Preparatory School to tho homo of Hon J M Oliver Mr Now B F Davis O and his kind family know how to make one feel at home Letter From Centrfivlllo Union AND FIRST TERM BEOIN3 Windless Juno 29 L U Department Editor of tho F MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1891 Having been selected by Contreville Union Consumption Cured No 1035 to write for TlIK IlKllAID I would Saturday in Rates of Tuition per Month An old physician rotircd from prac- Â¬ say that wo meet on the second some of our every month and although tice having had placed in his hands by members dont attend regular wo have sevnu East India missionary tho formula of eral others that will stand up and contend a elmplo vegetable remedy for tho speedy for their rights and pull every lime called V H MEARA President pif Payable one half on entering School PT ATPT WW and pormauont euro of Consumption on And although our death has been the other at middle of term V 0 G MITCHELL Secretary Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all prophesied for lo these many days I hope Throat and Lung Affections also a posi wo may live long as an organisation and FREE SCHOLARSHIPS to run that tivo and radical ouro for Norvous Debil- Â¬ bo instrumental in helping under which ma Anv scholars tukii a first and second hon we out the laws ity and all Nervous Complaints after chine that gins to write more next time ors on the completion of their courses in the 231 live Will try having tested its wonderful curative pow Â¬ With success to Thk Hkkaid and Union Academy shall be entitled to a free scholar ship each in Kentucky University A free ers in thousands of cases has felt it his I am yours Ac J 11 McGutUK scholarship in the Academy will be awarded Seeretury duty to mako it known to his suffering to one pupil from each of the following follows Actuated by this motive nud a mountain counties viz Hreahitt Clay ElU lloomlng The Allianco desire to roliovo human suffering I will The undersigned takes pleasure in annouuclm that thtv lmvo Insi liott Flod Harlan Johnson Knott Lee send free of charge to all who uesiro it New Lodges nro helm organized nt the Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin Magoffin rangements with the American Book Company that will enable him to sell the school- We now this recipe in German French or Eng-Â¬ rate of slxtv a month Kentucky have ubout Menetee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Pow books adopted by the State Hoard of Educut on nt the following reduced rates embracing ell nud Ho wan proviiietl such arrange- Mvuutleys smnll Irlmer ays isew first Arithmetic 15 lish with full directions for preparing 2600 sub Unions in Kevised Primer lA over 100 ot tho 110 counties Let the good ments have been mad for tho competitive Second Arithmetic and using Sent by mail by addressing work go on and we will have them all In ii Eclectic Speller 17 Third Arithmetic examination bi the common scliool authorf0 with stamp naming this paper W A the Alliance told by January 1 ii 17 First Reader Key to same TO ities or with their consent ns shall enable Noyes 820 Powers Block Rochester ii Montgomery county each student of common school grades to Hro 8 T Caiidllf of Second Reader 30 aiiuiiiicut N Y 4yl delivered a lecture at Masonic Hall in Ezel compete for the scholarship and the appliThird Reader 42 ivcy to same o ii He spoke cant therefor shall bear a certificate from Causo of Oppression Fourth Reader subject 50 McGuffeys 1st Eclectic Geogruphy 65 ii Tried fer lMitul 1nokliiR inipres the examiner that be has obtained the high nn hour nnd a half and the general Fifth Reader 2d Eclectic Geography Hi 1 10 ii Sixth 85 3d Eclectic Geoimmliv Last Saturday James O Combs of stou was that ho unulo the best Alliance est mnrk attained upon the examination in 1 U Ezel This The above school book publications of t le American Rook Compnnv are well known Ezel appeared beforo Judge Carter to bo speech ever made inMay success speaks well his county his attend for Hro Cnudill standards nnd we shall nt nil times have a full supply on hand fbr sale to school officers tried Xor carrying concealed weapons efforts BOARDING i imiiicii viiicr sciiooiOooks puuitsiieil by of the defendants wit Â¬ Flvo of tho six Wo nro orrangiiig to build a Dormitory Hook v Company 137 Walnut Street Cincinnati supplied at correspondiiiilv the American low prices Notice CO boarders and will nesses wore not vpresont but a sworn that will accommodate J- - T CO Hacl Green Ky DAY statement by tho defendant as to what There will be a grand Union picnio held have it retulv fbr oeoupuncv by the opening they would testify were they present was at Willow Grove school house one mile of school There will not be anv more trouThe cost of placod beforo tho jury by permission of west of Frenchburg Menifee county July ble about too high bourd 11 1891 Hro P II Haney Lecturer for board will be the lowest possible tho Court as ovldonco Alter argument We will be prepared to do by counsel for defendant and County the lOlli Congressional l District will deliver next session than ever before better work During the Let M on that day a lecture lit 1 oclock Attorney tho jury retired and shortly everybody come that can Those who fail summer the school will be supplied with Mr to attend will miss a grand treat us Hro maps charts globes efc etc returned a verdict of not guilty Combs was recently found guilty of sell Â¬ Huney is one of tho best speaker In the iou cannot find a better school in the ing whisky in quantities less than ten State he having taken great pains to post mountains of Kentucky Our rates are low gallons as per special art for this county lilmselt on the main issues ot tue nay iet our methods of teaching Normal we keep abreast with the tide of education Our pu and fined 8000 Ho escaped from tho every member in the county attend pils are our best advertisement We fcfer authorities but after staying away a you to them Lot tho llitnil llrglu to Till abort while came back and while smart Hacl Green Is the prettiest town in Fust HAS LED AIL WORM REMEDIES FOR of In YEARS ing under what ho deemed an injustice crowd the organizationCol the Stodard John cm Kentucky free from many of ills ol J nt Lexington rodo through tho streets of Ezel firing son was made Cliairmnti of its State Central railway towns and those of more popula EVERY CVARANTEEO SG1D EVERYWHERE his pistol indiscriminately and swearing Committee and a State Executive Commit tion no saloons or harbors of temptation The people welcome strangers nnd inllu Â¬ at tlio citizens and again escaped How- tee was appointed with a member from each cooes for good are thrown around them rMNKBBY RICHARDSOK TAYlORMEfcCO StLflUIS MO ever ho camo back tho next night and Congressional District Now let the band All hoarders will be under the supervision gavo himself up to tho authorities who pluv and watch the elephants of monopoly of the teachers Send for catalogues etc el Demo mnfoh put him under guard to stand trial crat round and WM H CORD in a line of 80 for breach which resulted Vote for the new constitution PRINCIPAL Muv8 1891 of tho peace Mr Combs pleaded guilty Wo are very sorry that Mr Combs let ChnitKOft ot Cllumti SON K S his auger got tho better of his judgment Kill more people than is generally known KY in this instance for ho had hitherto wo Particularly Is this the case in instances Co Successors to J A La understand borno a reputation as a quiet where the constitution Is delegate and Ho expressed himself among our Immigrant population seeking peaceful citizen LEX I NGTON K Y as sorry for his actions and promises to new homes In those portions of the West 7 E Main Stukkt and where malarial and typhoid fevers pre do bettor West Liberty Messenger Wholesale Dealers in AM DKMKH IN vail at ccrtuin seasons ot the year The ill Komedy best preparative for n change ot climate or AKover rnlMiitf Straight Kentucky Whiskies and water which that change MkoUimine tho only permanent euro of diet is llostcttcrs Stomach Hitters nc ees which sitntes for all forms of headache and neuralgia not only fortitie the system against malaria c Wines Brandies i in from lfl to 20 min a variable temperature damp nnd the tie relfoves tho pain And Trimmings of All Kinds For aalo on positive guaranteo at bllitatiiiL ellccts of tropical heat but is alsn FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY flWIWff Ml wfTflTlnnBpTTf utes Tiik Herald offico or sent postpaid by the lending remedy for consumption dys complaint bodily troubles CIGARS AND TOBACCO mail on receipt of price 60 conto a box pvpsla Hyer emigrants and visitors to re apt to attack Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepmr Old gions near the equator mariners nud tout wSrascoisstcUSnR8 Ww nr cm Arretted Ht LexlHKtou nud Old Taylor iiits Whether used as n safeguard by sen Tarr n nf U S Coylo and Robert Evans of vovagers travelers ity mini iiuni-iiii i II BENNETT Beattyville were charged with carrying nurlculttir sts in newly populated districts WITH concealed weapons Coylo had a Colts this tine specific has elicited tho most favor testimony CO TOMBSTONES varrKvacntsnresiicl that I ci nmW Tonlstones r tvolver on his pwen almost as long as able T k MrW W very JORI1ERS OF jvVryiot hu army musketwid Evans had a hVA IV YOUK HACK ACUKS nothing Kuutll weajwp They wwre each fined 25 Or you are nil worn out resllr good for Hats Caps Glom Straw Goods ami tvu arf tivtHteii days In jail nu u vs mas ii rrrKJts SOU NEATLY CHEAPLY ami PUOM1TLY EXK AHU URIinthkHl oapittM tmatftdtHJ provided they pay tho It 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