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V - i - SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald i Of a Noisy World With News From All Nations Lumbrinu at His Ifrolc 100 A YEAR Always In Advance SEVENTH YEAR HAZEL GrKEEN wotw w- nmnvrrpv wv ia att itsii irv TwmAv ilWVWA i J a XHWil X It iom JUlii A NUMBER 20 KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY TlLUi JUARS ItOUTK Jf Cf h McAfee Mercer county last week Elliston colored outraged the perÂ¬ Joe LEXINGTON KY son of Tobie Olds colored 12 Elliston Short who is a man of large family has fled to Almost A Model avoid the wrath of a large body of col Â¬ SEATING CAPACITY ISO ored citizens who were searching for him Fresh Oyster at all heasons Hliui Points Saddle Houkn New York Counts and with u rope Mobile Counts Th Hnfirllsb West returning from divine servico two colored SHORTEST AND QUICKEST OF ROUTE FROM CENTRAL KENTUOKY Poke Williams nhot ami killed Jan convicts happened to be together Ono TO ALL lOINTfl Lanham at Corbin on Thursday of last of them through accident or design kept stepping on tho heeh of his fellow con- NORTH EAST WEST week AND SOUTHWEST A fight ensued during which the William Lewjh was instantly killed vict FAST LINE BErWEEN LEXING Â¬ TON AND CINCINNATI near Vanceburg recently by a largo saw offending convict wm thrown or pushed to tho stono flcor beneath a distance- of GREAT STOCK TAKING SALE 01 log rolling over him in Effect May 10 1891 thirty feet lie soon died No i Wm Evans employed an a teamster No 1 No 5 Acconi Two boys named Moore and Green at Hull Creek was killed Friday by a South Hoind Daily Daily Dally were out fishing near Springfield Ohio Express Fst Le ExSun team of runaway mules and saw a squirrel engaged in a deadly Cincinnati Lv 8 10am 8 00 pm oo p m Politics split the Alliance in Owen battle with a snake Tho squirrel caught Covington S IS am 8 OS pm noo pm Ar 11 18 am 10 23pm 0 lOpin county one wing being styled Straight the reptile back of tho head and bit into 1 II rial tttii LcXillLtOn 12 lOnn UOOpm 7 00 pm outs and the other Gingersmiths itt neck until it was dead Tho snake Paris o AT o I 11 IT am 0 15 pm John Honnrxg bam at Cold Spring was three feet in length Tho squirrel Winchester Ar 12 lOnu 7 05 pm 1 35 pin 7 55 Jim Kenton county was last week struck by was so played out after tho battle that Richmond Livingston 3 05 pm lightning nnd destroyed Losh 8500 tho boys killed it with a club Lorhln 60 pm MitlilloslioKiuirJi Mrs Mary Burkman suicided at An army of tramps made a raid on Cumberland Gap 7 35 pm 7 50 pm Covington by taking rough on rats just the town of Catawassa Pa last week Corbin Lo 4 no pin because her husband was not so good as and twelve houses wero broken into Williauisburir o 4f pin Ar 0 20 pm ho might be Alarm was given nnd the citizens organ Â¬ Jellico Richmond IN Lo 1 CO pin The police of Danville last week ar- ized for protection nnd tho tramps fled Lancaster 4 45 pin OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES rested a negro giving his name as Wm Sentinels guarded the town the remain- Â¬ Stanford Ar 5 20 pm No 2 No 4 No 0 Our 750 Suit worth 15 Our 10 Suit worth 20 Redmon just after he bad robbed a der of tho night NOKTH IIOOND Daily Dally 15 Suit worth 30 Our 20 Suit worth 40 Our Ijitore at that place There is great excitement among tho Exprcns Dally Ex 8un 1 Our Undershirt marked down to 50 Cents IO Liis 7 00 am Marshall Fox of Hopkinsville Ky Cincinnati Southern railroad conductors Stanford Lancaster Our 1 Drawers marked down to 50 Cents 7 rt wlio was shot by Charles Brame at a over the fact that five of their number Richmond - 10 60 am Ar oft15am Our 2 Undershirt marked down to 1 country dance several days ago is dead have been asked to resign It is said Jellico Lo 8 15am Our 2 Drawers marked down to 1 that the road has had detectives for Williamsburg 8 50 am Brame is under arrest Ar fijfsi 0 35 am some time who found a good deal of Corbin Sylvester Young cashier of the N Ctimbd UapLe HhW s iH3am S c M V railroad disappeared from crcokedncss N Mlddlcsberough 0 58 am 5s S JJ 0 25 urn While Row Sam Jones was preach Corbin Louisville Friday night and he is thought Livingston Ar i i 11 05 am ing to a large audience most of whom LiviiiLBton to be short in his accounts I 11 15am were Lc 0 05 am 12 46 pm All goods marked in Plain Figures We will cut them in The bodies of J T Parsons and Sam- some Indies at Houston Texas recently Richmond miscreants on tho outside turned Winchester Ar 0 55 am 140 pm uel Cole the two men drowned in the Pari 7 45 am 2 33 pm Half which means 50 cents on the Dollar Lc 7 00 am liuupm 3 45 ptn Ohio at Paducah on the 28th ult were out the lights and rottenegged the evan- Lexington Paris 7 53 am 2 45 pm 4 25 pm gelist and congregation recovered on Thurbday of last week Covington Good Ar 10 40am 5 40 pm 0 37 pm Great interest is aroused among the Cincinnati Ar 10 65am 6 50 pm 0 45 pm John Roache suicided at Covington people of Pomona Valley Cal by the W L last week because of parental objection MunboV Trav Pass AeL Cincinnati Ohio to his marrying taking the rope route purchase of 400 acres of land with an P option of 800 more for the purpose of S It Knott c Gen Atmoiik for his excursion because of its superior rrafllo Manapcr Pass Act planting the largest fig orchard in tho General Offices Louisville Ky terminal facilities world Fn MK Asst Gen Pass Agt The K U railroad and the Lexington Office Chamber of Commerce Building While the employes of the Peconic Cincinnati Ohio Electric Belt Line are before the U S bank Sag Harbor L I wore watching a No 2 Daily to all points except Rowland Court at Louisville the suit being to Division wliioh Is dally except Smiday is an opportunity once in a lifetime Re establish the ownership and right of way passing circus procession a thief entered o 1 Ituns daily from Lexington to Cin- Â¬ a bank nnd grabbed a package containing cinnati over the latter road H member you have the best assortment in Kentucky No 2 Runsdallv No 5 Kims dally from all stations ex Â¬ Dave King the brute husband who d500 with which he escaped to select from A water supply inspection commit- cept the Rowland Division which Is dally escaped from the mob that took him from tee reports thafCincinnatians use drink- except3 Sunday the Dixon jail to hang him was subseNo Dully except Sunday No 4 Daily between Cincinnati and Lex Â¬ quently arrested and placed in the jail ing water contaminated by drainage from the habitations of 30000 people living ington at Owensboro for safe keeping Nos2and 0 mako connections at Win Â¬ near tho waterworks chester for points on tho N N M V K D A collision between a fast freieht No 2 Carries through cars from Cincin An editor of the New York News and a wrecking train at Donerail on the nati to Mlddlesborough nnd Cumberland Queen and Crescent resulted in the has been indicted for publishing an ac Gap and all intermediate stations nnd runs daily death of Fireman George McKinley and count of tho recent electrocution at Sing Sing Tho Now York law forbids such IN EFFECT MAY 18th 1891 the destruction of several cars publication The eloquent orator Hon W C P THE The earth has caved in in many Breckinridge delivered an address before the Virginia Bar association at White places in Edwnrdsville Pa causing OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE Sulphur Springs recently which is said houses to topple over and rendering tho Superior Facilities for the Higher Education of land in tho vicinity useless for further to have been one of the fineHt Ladies Newport News Mississippi Valley Co building E D First class in all appointments Delightful Home Central The total capital invested in coal proThe wholesale liquor house of J B mnim duction in Kentucky during the census Location Six Departments PHILADELPHIA Cowan Co at Dallas Texas was des Â¬ WASHINGTON year was 0581380 number of em BALTIMORE NEW YORK COMMERCIAL ENGLISH CLASSICS troyed by firo recently and 700 barrels OLD POINT ployes 5260 the wage payments 81 THE SEA SH6RE MUSIC ART SCIENTIFIC And nil Eastern Citie 75G3G3 other expenditures 2150548 of liquor went up in tho flames Loss r New Buildings and Furniture Terms Reasonable Send i 75000 Tho Dircet Line to On Thursday of last week Hopkins for catalogue S PEARCY President Patrick Toohey of Milwaukee Wis LEXINGTON LOUISVILLE ville voted 115000 subscription for the WINCHESTER KY je2G3m ST LOUIS KANSA8 CITY confesses to shooting and attempted rob extension of the Ohio Valley road from CHATTANOOGA MEMPHIS Princeton to that city Out of 903 votes bory in 1883 for which crime two young And nil Points Weat and Northwest and cast only twelve were against the prop- men served thrco years in State prison South nnd Southweat A farmer living near Coldwatcr J osition JWmtK fwriA Jw w Fast Fast Ml Accom Daily Daily Milton Young the Lexington horse Mich had fifteen prize cattle poisoned KAbT no UNO Express ex Sun ex DEALER IN Daily Sun recently by some fiend who fed them race mnn is said to havo bought Poto Â¬ paris green and wilt Lexington Le 0 15pm 7 35 am 5 45pm Implements mac and Longstreet paying 30000 for Hardware Queensware 7 00pm 8 23am 7 10pm Winchester inJames Gordon Bennett has been the two Potomac was the winner of tlio Mt Sterling 7 30pm 8 52am 7 45pm 0 03pm 10 40am 10 00pm Vulcan Chillkd Plows bent made Evanb Triple Harrows Futurity stakes G7G75 and the Reali Â¬ dicted for publishing an account of tho Olivo Mill 10 30pm 12 15pm H P A very Sons Stekl Plowh - Whiteleys Solid Steel Binders and zation stakes 31050 recent electrocution of tho four murder- Â¬ Ashland Oattlftttsbunr 10 43pm 12 28pm Mowers Hall Mitciwll Cos Steel HillHuntington Ar 11 oprn 12 60pm The wife of Capt J H Bradshaw of ers in Now York Cc lumiha Tiger and Granuer Sulky sidk Plows A Connecticut man has gono into Hay Rakes Paris tied an apron over her face a ImiHovki Malta Doiihlk Shovkl WK8T no UN I Evaporators Cooks Patent Plows stone around her neck nnd a rope around the business of propagating sower rats Huntington Omvkii Chill and South Bend Plow Havens Pioneer Cane Mills 0 00am her ankles and then throw herself into Ho sells their skins to kid glove man uattiettsourg Lo 1 20pm 0 25 Repairs Fish Bros Celebrated Wagons am i aupni 1 50pm 0 37 am Ashland SronnAitns Nnw Climax and Tioek Jones U S Standard 6 Ton Wagon Stoner creek where her dead body was ufacturers 3 03pm 8 20 am 4 00 am Scales price 60 with a written guar- Â¬ found Cause domestic troubles Diro Harrows An enterprising Now Hampshire Olive Hill Mt Sterling 4 32pm 10 27 am 0 25 am antee for 6 ycara Evans 2 hgrsi John Planters Winchester 4 otsptn 11 15 am 7 16am Pete Smith of Washington C H woman has been drawing four pensions Lexington Ar 5 30pm12 05pm 8 05 am The largest stock of Cook ami Heating Sloven of nay house in Eastern Kentucky Ohio while in Covington last week on a as Mrs Smith which was not her iiamo LlMITKI Vkhtiiiolkd EXlKKfiS ru iis dally visit bet nnd 800 respectively on at all nnd has Vestlbulcd Pullman Muffiet Sleepers Cutlery Shears and Builders Hardware a Specialty two horses 000 the Brighton Beach races On his first trip out a brakeman on between Louisville Lexington Washington in M railroad fell from a box New York and Old Point Comfort tho C J STERLING KY Thii and when tho race report came in the East side S Maysvillc Street MT car at Coldwatcr Ohio and broke his train is made part of tho celebrated Kol room catthicr paid him 8000 3 V ANNIHILATION STATE SUNSHIME AND SHADOW OVER THE WORLD IN WEEK was -- At Topeka Kas a tragedy The Kentucky Baptist Association colored meets at Lexington on Tuesday acted at tho State penitentiary p Whllo PRICES -- -- o o- - next A7SyZtt3G2ZZJZZZZS 4- Â¬ CLOTHING 0U STfiAUS TWO PRICE CUT t4i 10UI 1 read Â¬ BOYS DEPARTMENT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Summer Coats at 20 Cents Mens Seersucker Coats 50 Cents Worth 100 3 jKThis Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Louis Gus Straus Â¬ Leading Clothiers of Lexington Ky ffill93169 young Â¬ i h in Â¬ -- n Lin n W Â¬ t JJnu 9r AJA iW TinwareoAgricultural Â¬ Restaurant in Street Rlin Every Feature Â¬ At neck It is said that the five leading hotels Saratoga take in an aggregate of 2 at 000000 a month during the busy season Meals to order at all hours Delicacies of the season alwuys on hand The most complete and modern kitchen in the State Among the recent additions is a Miller Improved Hauge the finest in the world with eighteen fires six steaming at tachments two large hrollers and hot and cold water reservoirs This raiuje will cook anything from a half a beef to a tid bit of sweetbread and is the only one of the kind in REGULAR MEALS 25 CENTS Kentky- - A neartv we come and Hie most courteous irraimrm w mi GUS LUIG ART k Proprietor hmi - I Fire at Newport News Va destroy Â¬ ed over twenty building store and dwellings Estimated loss 50000 Tho motion for a new trial in tho case of ox State Treasurer Noland of A Nitver FhIMiijc Unninily Megrimine the only permanent euro Mitwotiri has been overruled Philadelphia cIhIiuh the largest cold for all forms of headache and neuralgia relic vtH the pain in from 16 to 20 min- Â¬ storage wiirehouno in tho United State utes For Halo on positive guarantee at Keep gray hair from forming by twing The Herald office or sent noatnaid bv nail on receipt of price J50 cento m box IIhIIh Vegetable Hieiliaii Hair Itantwcr East of Huntington on tho C A O route Fact Mail TiiAiNfl run daily except Sun Â¬ day between Lexington and Huntington Make direct connections at Huntington with CAO At Ashland with 8 Y Ky At Winchester with K O it It north and south hound and at Lexington with L 4c N L 8 and O N O A T P ltallroads Lkxinotok and Oiivk Hill Accomq dation dally except Sunday Connect t Winchester to and from K C points uud at LtxinsrtoH with L 8 It It for Louisville For full information in regard to Itatwr Routes etc apply to any Agent of this or iHiNiiecunK iiHtrs or 10 Ji K HUNTINGTON O L IJKOWX V P ami O M G A W G A p o Barnky LxlNgt LKXINOTOK Ky W 8 KY ll HAKKWOX G A AkkhuttlfKyi J t - i SAVED BY GJiACB Whloh Loavo tho Sholter of tho Fold Am4 that lc fed on husks of tho nciw wilder- - Go Where tlm irrrn Or Orowi All Round It Im Out Ami Thn lliw Htray I mix Canter rtark Heriiion bjr Iter T HeWItt Talinujr- - I I veiVnilig that wassuhgby your littlo uhililthedast Sabbath afternoon of her life There Wli lost- on tul wo Wo wore wan tad bread and we found garbage Th further we wandered Instead of In iiMTrleH pasturage we found blast d heath and sharper rocks and more stinging nettles No pasturage How was it in tho worldly groups when you lust your 0111111 Did they come around and console you very much Did not the plain Christian man who came into your house and satup with your darling child give yor more comfort than all worldly associations Did all the con iv il snugs yon overheard comfort you In hat day of horeavement so much as the wTd93y Sftj toyrnijporhaps tho Dr Talniatfc took for hln text Sunday Astray Hut Recovered and i All wo like hi text Isaiah Hit sheep have gone ahtrny and the Lord hath laid on him the iniquity of all Within ninety years at tho longest all who hear or read this sermon will bo in eternity During th next fifty years you will nearly all he ffone The next trn years willcdta Wide swath among1 the opl The year 191 will to some he the finality Huch considerations make thh occasion ahhorhing and mo incnlniH The first half of my text is an ImiietmenU All we like sheep hare gutM astruy Some one says Can you not drop the first word that Is general that sweeps too great a cirri Sm man rise In the audl eiici and lib looks ovr on the opposite hide of th house and he says There Is a llasphemT and I understand how he lias gone astray And there in an other part of the house Is a defraudor ami he hits gone astray And there is an impure person and he has gone astray M down my brother and look at Im ji My text takes us all in Itfctarts behind the pulpit sweeps tho circuit of the rwin and cornea IwW to the point All li e it started when it says w ike sheep have gone astray I ry ealty understand why Martin can I n ft Uirw up hit hands after lie Itwl for lhi ISible and eried out 0 my sin my wins and why tho publican Urdlnv U the custom to this day in the frlLt when they have any great gen f trtgttu to beat himself ami cry a lie smot upon his breast Ood be nn iifnl to me a sinner I was HUe many of you brought up in li- - country and I know some of the ha h if the sheep and how they get and what itmeans when it says vlike slirep have gone astray Hv- p gctaktray in two ways either by tryng to get into other pasture or from heiig sciirod lv tho dgs In the former Wo thought the some of us got astray re i irtW Ioniis Christ short commons V ihonght there was better pasturage hrivhelj else We thought if we only lie down on tho banks of C u 1titttLstftiunH or under great oaks on other side of some hill we might lie lter fed We wanted oilier pas tnigv than that which Hod through Christ gave our soul and we Je i tured on and wc wandered I- lit i i - Â¬ i j - 1 te your business associates in that dav of darkness and trouble give you Thd f tlar in a happy land far for away hnlnu Immortul rolRti bright bright plause came down from the galleries and utility thought it was tho proudest moment of his life hut there was a man asleep just In front of htm and the fact that that man was inditToront and somnolent spoiled all tho occasion Wakq up wako for him and ho orlcd So ono littlo annoyance in life up has been more pervading to your mind than all tho brilliant congratulations und successes Poor pasturago for your soul you found In this world Tho world has cheated you tho world has heliod you thu world has misinterpreted you thu world has persecuted you It novor comforted yonl 01 this world is it good rack from which a horse may plolc his hay It Is n good trough from which thu swlno may crunch their mess hut It gives but lit- Â¬ tle food to u soul blood bought and Im- Â¬ 1 Is u hope mortal What Is n soul high as tho throne of Ood You say It Is only What is a man a man It Is only u man gone over board In sin It Is only a man gone over In business life What Is u man The bnttlo grouud of throo worlds with his hands taking hold of destinies of light or darkness A mtnl No lino No limit can hound can mciiiuro him him Tho archangel before tho throno ca not outlive jilin Tho stara ahull 4c but h will kU their extinguish Â¬ hq wptrhl will burn but ho ment will kmo on th epHttggCHtlQU End on Iw will watch less ajje The master H prMtaMloftf A map Almighty Yetyoutay pWt ft m Can nature like w H U Â¬ 1 Husiiiess ex asperated you binlnena wore you out bu iness left you limp as a rag husl ncs made you mad You got dollars but you got no peace tJod hayo mercy s on the man who has nothing but ttf eomlort him Tho world af fouled you no luxuriant pasturago A famous Kngllsh actor stood on tho stago impersonating and thunders of ap Â¬ bust-tiei-Â¬ unv espueiill comloloneo Â¬ Â¬ wllirk 0r mf Come and help comrades saying this man Is helpless bring tho ambulance lot us take him to the hospi tal and I would he a dead lift In your arms and 3011 would lift mo from tho ground where I had fallen and put me In the ambulance and take mo to the hospital ami have all kindness shown mo Would there bo any thing mean in doing that Would there bo any thing bemoaning in 1113 accepting that kind ness Oil no You would bo mean not to do It That Is what Christ does If wo could pay our dobls then It would bo better to go up and pay them saying Here Lord hero Is my obliga- Â¬ tion hero are tho means with which I mean to settle that obligation now give mo a receipt -- cross it all out The debt is paid Hut tho fact is wo have fallen In tue battle wo have gone down under the hot fire of our transgressions wo havo been wounded by tho sabers of sin we Christ aro helpless wo aro undone comes The loud clang heard In the sky on that Christinas night was only tho bell tho resounding bell of tho am bulanoo Clear tho way for tho Son He comos down to hind up the of God wounds and to scatter the darkness und to save the lost Clear tho way for Christ uoutes lowu to tho Son of Ood us niul Ave aro a dead lift He voes not lift us up with the tips of his fingers lie lie docs not lift us with one arm comes down upon his knoo and then with a dead lift io raises us to honor and glory niul Immortality Tho Lord hath laid on Him the Why then will no Iniquity of us all man carry his sins Yon can not carry successfully tho smallest sin you over committed You might ns well put the Apennines on ono Hhouldor ami the Alps on tho other how much loss can vou carrv nil thu sins of your lifetime Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ had escaped the sins against the law of the land I had really committed the worst sin a man ever commits the driving back of the Son of Ood from my hearts alToc tions And I saw that my hands were red with the blood of the Son of Ood and I began to pray and peace came to my heart and I know by experience that what you say this morning is true On Him the Lord hath laid the iniquity of us all Yonder is a man who would say I was the worst drunkard in New York die went from bad to worse I destroyed When Scbastopol was being bom myself I destroyed my home my chilbarded two Russian frigates burnei I all night in the harbor throwing a glare dren cowoied when enteredtothe house when they put up their lips be kissed upon the trembling fortress and some I struck them when my wife protested of you are standing in tho night of your against I kicked her souls trouble The cannonade and the into the the maltreatment the bruises street I know all conflagration the multiplication of your the terrors of a drunkards woe sorrows and troubles I think must make and al on further and further from Ood I went the wings of OodM hovering angels until one day I got a letter saying shiver to the tip J have tried My dear husband Jul tlie last part of my text opens a every way done every thing anil pray Â¬ lour wide enough to lot us all out and ed earnestly and fervently for your reto let all Heaven in Sound it on the of formation organ with all the stops out Thrum It Since our but it seemsdied no avail with the little Henry on the harps with all tho strings atune exception of those few happy weeks With all the melody possible let the when you remained life has 1113 heavens sound it to the earth and let been one of sorrow sober of the nights Man The I have sat b tho window with 1113 face the earth tell it to the heavens Lord hath laid on Him the iniquity of bathed in tears watching for your com- Â¬ us all am glad that the prophet did ing I am I am not stop to explain whom lie meant by Mother and heart broken been heresick Â¬ fre father have him Him of the manger Him of the quently and begged me to come home bloody sweat Him of tho resurrection v you and m3 hope for throne Him of the crucifixion agony but in loe for brighter days have always made me reOn Him the Lord hath laid the iniquity fuse them That hope seems now be of us all I to 0 says some man that is not gen- 3ond realization and I have returned be Â¬ them It is hard and battled long erous that Is not fair let every man tloing it carry his own burden and pay bin own foreMay Ood bless and preserve 3011 and I debts That sounds reasonable If take from you that accursed appetite I have an obligation and have the and hasten means to meet it and I come to you and again liringtho day when wc shall bo happily together ask you to settle that obligation you will lie my daily prayer knowing This that Pay your own debts rightly say If hohassnid Come unto mo all 30 that I you ami were walking down the labor and aro laden and I will street both hale heart and well I ask give you rest heavy your loving wife From you to carry me you say and say right- Â¬ MAltv Walk on your own feet ly And so I wandered on and wandered Hut suppose you and I wero In a regi on says that man until one night I ment and I was wounded in tho battle passed a Methodist meeting house and and I fell unconscious at your feet with I said to myself Ill go in and see what gunshot fraeturow and dislocations what they aro doing anil I got to tho door You would call to your and the wero singing would you do me of thu While I J for better pasturage others by being seared of the dogs The hound gets over into the pasture field Tho poor things fly In every direction In a few moments they arc torn of tho hedges and they are plashed of the ditch and the lost sheep never gets homo unless the fanner goes after It There Is noth- ing so thoroughly lost as a lost snecp it may navo been in ior during the financial panic or dur ing tltc iinanclal stress in tnc tall of 1873 when you got astray You You almost became an atheist Where is Clod that honest men said go down and thieves prosper You were dogged of creditors you were dogged of the banks you were dogged of worldly disaster and some of you went into misanthropy and some of you tok to strong drink and others of you Ilea out ot Christian assocla tion and you got astray 01 man that was the last time when you ought to have forsaken iod Standing amid the foundering of your earthly forVinei od how could you get along without to comfort you and a Ood to dMirer you and a Ood to help you and a Ood You tell me you have to save you been through enough business trouble almost to kill you I knoiv it I can not understand how the boat could live ono hour in that chopped sea Hut I do not know by what process you got astray some in one way and some in another and if you could really see the position some of you occupy before Owl this morning your soul would burst into an agony of tears and you would pelt the Ood have mer Heavens with the cry cy Sinais batteries have been unlim bered above your soul and at times you j have heard It thunder Tho wages of sin is death Ail have sinned and Jty come short of the glory of Ood one man sin entered into the world and death by sin and so death pass ed upon all men for that all have sinned The soul that sinncth it shall Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Substantial comfort will not grow On nature- - barren toll All we can boatt tM Cbrltt we know Is vanity and toll Homo of you got astray by looking j I i j Christ comes and looks down in your 1 have gone through face and says all the lacerations of these daya and through all the tempests of these nights I havo come to bear your bur- Â¬ dens and to pardon your sins and to pay your debts Put them on My shoulder On film tho put them on My heart Lord hath laid the Iniquity of us all Sin has almost pestered the life out of some of you At times it has made you cross and unreasonable and it has I spoiled the brightness of your days and tho peace of your nights There are men who have lccn riddled of sin The world gives them no solace Gossamer and volatile tho world while eternity as they look forward to it Is black as midnight They writhe under the stings of a conscience which pro- poses to give no rest here and no rest hereafter and yet they do not repent they do not pray they do not weep They do not realize that just the position they occupy is the position occupied by scores hundreds and thou- ands of men who never found any hope If this meeting should be thrown open ami the people who are here could giro their testimony what thrilling ex periences we should hear on all sides There is a man in the gallery who 1 would say had brilliant surround ings I had the best education that one of ths best collegiate institutions of tills country could give and I observed all the moralities of life and I havo self- righteousness and I thought I was all right before Cod as I am all right before men but the Holy Spirit came You to me one dav and said are a sinner the Holy Spirit persuaded i I I J I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I J iact Â¬ I Â¬ S TIMMONDS M sobbed right out and they were all around so kind and sympa- thctic that I just there gave my heart j O PORTSMOUTH to God and I know this morning that j aplSly what you say is true I believe it in my On Him the Lord own experience tar SALARY M PER WEEK Wanted Good Aokxts to bell our iniquity of us all hath laid the 2to Oh my brother without stopping to j General line op mebohandise Amove salaiiy will jib peddling look ns to whether your hand trembles Foil FUR or not without stopping to look PAID TO LIVE A0ENT8 with sin TIIEP IXrOKMATION adprkss whether your hand is bloated SUPPLY or not put it in my hand let me give CHICAGO GENERAL Chicago CO ITS W Van Ilurcn St III Christian you one warm brother grip and invite you right up to the ENRY MATLOCK heart to tho compassion to the sym- Â¬ WITH pardon of Him on whom pathy to the the Lord hath laid tho iniquity of us Throw away your sins Carry all CO MCMILLAN HAZEN them no longer I proclaim cmancipa- tion this morning to all who are bound WHOLLSALi pardon for all sin and eternal life for all the dead To day the Saviour calls All may BOOTS AND come Ood never pushes a man off God never destroys any body Tho KNOX VILLE TENN man jumps off It is suieidc soul sui- cide if the man perishes for the invi Whosoever will let him tatiou is fcirTlte iIhiw oodii are handled by J T Whosoever whosoever who- come CO JLuil Green Ky soever In this da- - of merciful visita DAY A tion while man 4aYe coming into tho kingdom of Ood join the procession Heavenward Seated among us during a service was I dont a man who came in and said know that there is any God That was on lViday night I said We will kneel down and find out whether tliero is any Ood And in the second scat I from the pulpit we knelt He said AMI- have found him There is a Ood a par- doning Ood I feel Him here He knelt in the darkuoss of sin Jle CJuO arose two minutes afterward iu the lib J No- - m lM UUE STREET ert of the Gospel while another sitting under the gallery on Friday night ciNciNN vn 0 said M3 opportunity is gone Last week I might have been saved but now THE KRUSE 5 BAHLMAW the door is shut And another from tho vcr midst of the meeting during the week rushed out of the front door I am a lost of tho Tabernacle saying man Heboid the Lamb of God who taketh awa the sin of the world Nowisthe accepted time Now ia COMPANY the day of salvation It it appointed w unto all men once to djeahd after that find 17 We t Pearl Street 11 i the judgment father I J Well he replied I mean pOMBS U0T7IE that if you will come to the meeting to- CAMPTON KY night 1 will be very glad to introduce you at the door Will you I will meet a 8 COMBS PnorHiKToa I went to Said I I will you come The patronage of the traveling public 1 tho place where I was tarrying I fixed but- - rfiipcctfully solicited Table tke Lest and I myself up as well as I could of guciti toned my coat over a ragged vest and flTtry attention for the comfort went to the door of the church and tho 31UBD KKLLAM young man met mo and wc went in WITH and as I went in I heard an old man praying and he looked so much like my j mean si Wholesale Grocers j H SHOES MARKS BROS MARKS SH JHOffSH Â¬ HARDWARE 4 THE INFLUENCE OF FLOWERS A l IN I NX A II O Touching Incident in tho Streets of a ireat City j 1 Â¬ Â¬ God have morey and was rind I said He had mercy on me My home is re stcrod 1113 wife sings all day long dur ing worlc 1113 children come out a long way to greet me home and my house Â¬ hold Is a little heaven 1 will tell you what did all this for me It was the On truth that this day you proclaim llim tho Lord had laid tho Iniquity of us all Yondor Is a woman who would say I wandered 01T from my fathers house I heard the storm that pelts on a lost soul my feet were blistered on the hot rocks I went on and on thinking that no one cared for 1113 soul when one night Jesus mot mo ami said Poor thing go home your father is waiting for you your mother is waiting for you 00 home poor thing and sir was too wealc to pray and I was too wojilc to ropent but just cried out I ijpbbod out my sins and 1113 sorrows on the shoulders of Him of whom It Is said The Lord hath laid on Him the Iniquity of t a all There is n young man who would I had a Christian bringing up say onmo from tho country to elty life I started well 1 had a good position a good commercial position hut one night at tho theater 1 mot somo young men who did mo no good They dragged me all through tho sewers 01 iniquity and I lost my morals and I lost my position and I was tdiahby and wretched I was going down thu street thinking that no ono cared for mo when a young man tapped mo on tho shoulder and said George coino with uo and 1 will do you good I looked at him to see whether he was joking or not 1 saw he was in earnest and I sftld What you Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 1 All may coino whoever will This Man roiolviis poor tlnnorn mill And I dropped right there whore 1 and pinits -- only ten cents a bunch he cried in sonorous tones at the corner of Fourteenth street and the Howery And among the scorcskwho halted u buyjidmiroAorcocUwas a trot oJT a glrlUahouttenyearold her toes peeping through her wretched shoesher garments patched and threadbare She stopped in front of the hawker and looked at the early summer flower with more hunger in her eyes than as if ahe had been gazing at tempting viands She was jostled right and left by the hurrying throng but she minded nothing but tho bright sweet smelling flowers A man in the dress of a work man whose purse could not havo been as big as his heart saw the longing in Iter eyes and bought her a bunch of white and red roses and presented them to her with a bow and a Here littlo one take It homo Oh you arc so good she whispered in reply and with her hat in ono hand and the roses in tho othor she started off on a run for home Flowcra are gentle thing but on may weavo of them fetters stronger Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Heres your niec fresh roses violets te Tlie wholesale Irade of EasternlKeni n ii v l iiiijvj ii iiiuriuii w 1 rv-i-iiii- - the-- GEOW WAIYW H0MPANYWholesale Dry Goods j - Notions 101 lOt and I On W Fourth Street South Side CIUXNTL 0 GROSSMAN SCHLETJTKER CO than steel roses Who went-j-t- o wretched by want mado srloomv bv tho curse of drink made desolate by death Held in the hand of one soon to die perhaps caressed by a mother Into whoso heart there cjune a little sun- Â¬ shine as Hhe inhaled their frngrance aye tho sights of them bo soft and gentle may have turned a wicked heart from some wicked resolve M Quad In N Y World -- knows where the what abode mado Saddlery and Harness fst No 74 and 76 Main Street CINCINNATI 0 Â¬ G US MEYEIt W M KERR WITH -- CO - Not Quito Clrlllzeit Tet o JOIIIlKItH IN o- clothed Whllo waiting for a train at Yoka hama station not many years ago it tourist observed a Japanese gontleman faultlessly attired in European dress approach a Japanese lady also dressed after tho manner of civilised nations and lift IiIh hat with a pretty bow mado In tho orthodox western town There upon Mine Chrysanthome looking a tritio embarrassed essayed to return tho compliment by lifting her bonnet Fludlng however that this trouble some headpiece declined to yield tho noor little lndv ttinriA t n vni ut both hands but as all her exertions nroro unavailing alio ultimately alldhoj uiiuuH uown mo iront or her dro- - and inclined her body nftcr the manner of uncivilized Japatioso when they mcel each other iu tho street naturally Hardware Agricultural Implements CHAMPION UKAPKlio STOPDAItl AND ACMR IIahpoWo OOnitS AND SASH A SPECIALTY hot 110 A 112 Second Street 9 y IHONTOX OHIO OLIVKIlCIIlLLKn PLOWS mam a riiuws FOSTFlt STOVE CO COOKS MILLS EVAIOItATfinq urHic iR1 DOLLAR want TarDp voy CBNTt- to save X EVERY YOU SPEND or i yertYTiiiNG manupacturhd in tiii Unitli Status at manufacture PR8 PRICKS 10000 ALL LINKS RKPRKSKNTKD CATALOG UK MAIMI FUKK ON APPLICATION FOIl 0Ut iLLUBriUTKD CATALOGUE CONTAINING ILLUSTRATIONS AXL PRICES If so wjuth illustrations Address t0 forgive an enemy an OHIOAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO No 178 West Van Burks St Injury how much moredlffl cult It must bo to pardon a friend fox CHICAGO ILL the same offense 7UJl sh1nrl intontlonal -- Our opinions are a good deal the tlmi of our clocks und watcheslike no 1 nr two just alike Ladle w all follow and Note o lor alc at thin oHice Paper only 10c a qui 1md cur own Call m hi yt an you need stationery lA--- i - j1 A AGRICULTURAL HINTS A USEFUL IMPLEMENT IlinUrd by in Injccnl Tint OlilniJurmrr I Imvi u pyt dibble ikcc1 hi plunging pots In HUhimer In tho line of lower injr plants strawberry mnncrn etc Its chief value Ik tlio remedy It proÂ¬ vides against tingle worms entering the pots from tins tlrninnge hole below u point thut will bo highly appreciated by till who know how troublesome these worms usually tiro in plunged utiit Iot lllliltln pots In my drawings a shows the tool as made from mxbloclc of nmple wood six tventy two Inches Inches square l long 1 hifil nilno turned liyil cabinet maker although with considerable care one could be shaved down with a The nearer perfectly draw knife round it Is the better it will bo suited to its purpose Tho tool is completed by the addition of a bundle as shown und this might be from an old spade Figure b shows the use of the tool In the ease of a geranium pot plunged in The pot in this instance was of a boil bize that required the dibble to be thrust into the plunging soil to its entire length In putting the pot down leaching and evaporation but the work it should be pressed in rather Irmly of handling in feeding omVas well as llesides getting the best of angle worms the waste Is increased If however it is necessary to stack outside arrange to put tho hay In long ricks This will materially lessen tho quantity of hay exposed to rain snow sleet and sun The hay knife can bo used to good advantage when only u part of a rick at a time can be hauled in Putting up in round small stacks I greatly increases tho proportion of waste because a greater surface is ex Â¬ posed while there is no possiblo ad Â¬ vantage to make up for tho greater loss If necessary to stock build a plat- form so that tho hay will be up from tlfe ground build long ricks taking ntunu f tit iii lii tlint i will Kiinrl rain readily Stack as conveniently as possiblo to the barn or feeding lots so as to lessen the work of handling If there Is room to store a part and not all put the clover and millet under shelter nnd stack the timothy and red top out-side St Louis Republic Â¬ A damp cloth dipped In salt will re and Kvitporiitlon move egg stains from Bllver or tea ITpon the manner of storing away the hay largely depends its value tis stains from china French Fried Potatoes Peel nnd feed during the winter If cut hfUhc right stage well cured nndtqrcd away cut lengthwlso good sized potatoes let in a good condition hay makes one o stand in cold salt water two hours and tho best winter feeds1 that- can Ihj se fry in hot lard us you do doughnuts cured Stock cau readily be Icept lut it Housekeeper If a teacupful of cold water Is add Â¬ good thrifty condition if well sheltered and fed plenty of hay and very IWtle ed to a well bcattn egg and enough of grain will be needed With machinery tho mixturo used to moisten tho ground to cut and handle tho hay It is one of coffee before i is made it will be qulto the cheapest feeding materials that can a saving of eggs over tho old method Corn Cake One quurtcr cupful of boused It is always nn item to get hay cured and stored without getting sugar one half cupful of flour two wet if possible and in hot dry weather thlrils of a cupful of Indttin meal one half teaspoon ful of baking powder a it will cure out very rapidly Ho far us possible the hay should all little salt and melted butter Mix with be stored under shelter No matter hot milk Pake in sheet Good House Â¬ how carefully stacked outside there Is keeping always more or less loss by leaching To Uoil Urdnd Ueans Shell ono and evaporation while If the work Is peek of beans put thorn into a sauce Â¬ done a little carelessly tho loss is often pan of boiling water and salt boll them quiUj serious With a good shelter quickly for fifteen minutes or longer every load that is stored away is that should they require It when done druln much saved In most cases It will them inu cohmder and servo with prove good economy to build sheds in parsley and butter sauce Boston Her-Â¬ tf which to store the hay tf there is not ald storage room enough in the barn To take coal oil out of a carpet sat Â¬ Hay stacked outsldo not only loses by urate with benzine and then rub dry - SHELTER liny Stacked Ontnlilo Loir by Leaching STORE UNDER HOMII HINTS AND HELPS Tho wife of one of our missionaries found a cook stovo in tho house of an Indian but the native houselweper was still cooking over tho open Are outside tho door WIkti asked why Bhe did not uso tho stove she replied that she cant make it go and it filled the room with smoke Further inquiry showed that she built tho Are in tho oven instead of on tho grate American Missionary Juno July and Auftjaat Tho most elm rming Summer Rosofta of which thoro aro over thrco hundred oaolce locations uro to bo found in Wisconsin Iowa Minnesota South Dakota and the Peninsula of Michigan along tho lines of the Chicago Mllwuukco fis Bt Paul Ity N arly nil aro located near lakes which have not Xr y are tired taklaf Mm Jarre eM ftMfcr lened griping pills try Carters Llttl Live fills and take some cowfort Ajaa tftaad every thin One pUl a detx Try Seurala n seela water etark wke drw Tn wltaeat drawls year eaaatH attea wifes Htaadari expert UbIoa Counter gggj j v N J c - with a clean white cloth If tho flrst application does not take it out go through tho same process until it is out As benzine Is very explosivo be careful and not have a light In tho room nor a hot stove Coffee Tie four tablespoons of cof- Â¬ fee in a piece of coarse cheesecloth Put it in a coffee pot with on6 pint cf cold water After it has boiled five minutes udd one pint of boiling water and keep it hot ten minutes Keep tho spout closed with a cork or paper If there bo no tin cover Uoston Budget Aurora Sauce Make a pint of white sauce with a cup of hot lobster stock one cupfulof cream twotablespoonfuls - 01 nilllllK UHKI KOK IMNOIVn IOTS two other impqrttmt gains are secured namely the pot Ik afforded perfect drainage and the trouble of rooting through the drain hole of the pot is overcome Figure c represents tho iiscr of the dibble for a smaller sized pot Coming to ft point as it does the tool can be used for pots of the smallest size quite as readily as for larger ones Ill getting ready for plunging pots by ths means the soil should first be worked over to a depth equal to the length of the dibbleotheivse it will be dillhult to thrust it into the earth In pressing it down the weight of the body may be applied through the foot placed on top of the dibble This tool also comes into play at times in transplanting small shrubs vines etc C C Wurhmder in Popular Hardening Â¬ A REGARDING ENSILAGE Vtwv IrlnrlplcH Which Should Ho dour- Â¬ ly UnibTHtnoil by Iliniwrs Any crop that is nutritious and valu Â¬ able to feed green is also valuable for ensilage The silo cannot add to its nutritive elements it only conserves them Thus any crop is valuable- for ensilage If it is valuable to feed green So long as any crop is growing or de Â¬ veloping nutritious substances so long is it Increasing in value It is wise then to leave the crop in the Held un- Â¬ cut so long as either stalk or grain is increasing in quantity and nutritive elements Hut just as soon as the plant commences to dry and harden off that It may keep and not ferment then it commences to form indigestible fib ers and then we should step ln and by uso of tho silo preserve the succul eney which is so appetizing so diges- Â¬ tible so wholesome to our farm stock Iet us remember that the silo is use- Â¬ ful simply fh excluding tho air thus enabling usito preserve our crops as we do our fruit Who of us has not learned that our beautiful canned fruit ban more than nutrition It fosters the appetite stimulates digestion by inciting a more liberal secretion1 of the digesting fluids and thus is a savor of health lust so ensilage udds to the heulth vigor and longevity of our kine Country lontlcmau DAIRY SUGGESTIONS Gaivkb fed milk like a drink of water hot days f Is thbhi any shade in your pasture There should be Iltoviw a regular supply of salt for the cows Let them help themselves Ik tho cows teats get scratched or cracked grease them after each milk- Â¬ Â¬ - ing I m good you are belling creum be sure It Is driver or at the station then Insist upon full payment for it A viKCK of muslin fresh from the bolt U more attractive over a package of butter than a piece of cloth with one or two buttonholes in it Tiik early enro of tho calf bus much to do with the milking qualities of the cw Stunted in curly life the calf can never make a cow of tho best Farm order when delivered to tho lieldandStockmun through n sieve N Y Observer Conservoof Roses Take fresh rose- petals dip them in rose water mash and boil the juice with an equal quan- tlty of ciystallzed sugar color the sirup HINTS ABOUT RENNET i with a few drons of cochineal and iimt Tin proper Way of Ir purliK It lor Deforo taking it from tho fire drop into nuMMn Miiklnir Prtrpcwr ft om 1y om fnsh roSplas a rennet is at us uesi wihmi iiMjaim y when the sirup has all been usedjn w calf is ucuveen uuee umi nve uny uiu this war sift line suimr over th can and has a stomucniull of jnilka The died petals and put in jars Ladies eonienis oi me siomocn snoum uu Home Journal emptied but no washing of the inside When it is necessary to do up should be allowed Salting and stretch Â¬ home large cretonne draperies such at us ing over a bow is better than to All full curtains and furniture covers they muy of salt None but the best and cleanjjt be washed Cut soap in est salt should ever touchy itTT Tfj small pieces thus a basinup some up with Into and fill MICIfOl IIUUII wilii milt boiling SirClCUClI OVIT Leave this until it hung it in a pure dry air so that tho a jolly water ready to wash the is in When cre skins do not touch one another as tonne put this jelly in a tub with plen- Â¬ Â¬ they will mold if they do Many be ty of boiling water and let It become lieve the older they are if kept dry wash altit 4llk Ltxnlllltl tlinif 4lt ltllf lukewarm v Then the dirt theoutarticle thoroughl When is rinse i 4i i i n l tub o clenn j 1vlteTr them when dried to a crisped condition with crc1tnl01 blueing and some When ready to extract the rennet ele- Jt n b nuch ICCCMn tftUu n ment from them soak them in water toto that has been boiled and cooled with water Roll the cretonne in an old salt enough in it to keep the liquor hlanket and squeeze out the water pull from tainting as it is an animal sub- - the stuff into shape and hung it np to stance and will taintnearly us quickly dry N Y World as frpsh meat lukewarm water will PILLOW COVERS hasten the process but in pocaseise water up to 1iO for that temperature ruins the rennet Und makes the coagu Â¬ Irntly Floral DphIkiid In Antique Km brolilrry lating element inert and worthless While many sofa pillows are still Let the skins soak a week or more then handle and squeeze getting as covered with flowered China silk out-Â¬ strong liquor as possible from them lined in gold or silver if ft more elaboThen set them again in more jfresh wa- Â¬ rate effect is desired the pillow of the ter and get liquor of less strength al Â¬ latest style is the flower pillow A ways bearing in mind to avoid weak pretty hie Seen on a Turkish couch dilutions as much as possible Then represented a great purple pansy The mix the first and second tinctures so pillow itself was made in the shape of purple that all will be of one strength To of the flower The petals pillow satin were sewed on to tho the purify the liquor filter it through layers gravel and charcoal shading was done in embroidery silk of straw clean after having strained out all animal Lnrge yellow buttercups and nny flower that is simple in its structure may be tissues by passing Ihrough cloth in this way One almost feels as Re sure and have it salt enough to used If in a flower garden when four or five keep well then put in jugs or well of these pillows are clustered In a room covered jurs and set In cool cellar till Tho the wanted It Is well to make enough of a black satin pillow In golden shape arhuge heart ylllt early in the spring when the calf crop rows and tiny gold hearts out-Â¬ is plenteous to last the season As the the lined with gold thread upon it whole has the same strength can KoonrlcarrffhqvnYncli fits nicely into some corners An ex cheesemaker change says that a pretty and practical of itto use per lpbo pountls of inillc pillow cover is made of fine twilled Hoards Dairyman linen The fabric is flrst covered with r a waved pattern worked in back stitch ATTACHMENT HARNESS preferably in yellow silk A bold patDown Unrnrn In Â¬ tern is then embroidered over this in A Good Way to Hold conventional stylo when the despised clined to IleurT Mr Joseph Hannun of Bartholomew linen inatqrui will bo found good county Ind sends to the Rural New enoughVfor inijy pJHQW In any rqgmi Thp Yorker this drawing of his device for stitched background Iiub all the effect of holding down a horse that is inclined U fine ciulltinir and it is a pity that work llyfjnot more frequently done in this style rear and prance It is made complete with four snaps embroideries for the fronts of dresses wnistcoats etc were worked thus up-Â¬ 11 4BV on u quilted materiul and It Is wonder- - a ful how very flat a plain background IIAKNKSS ATTACHMKNT looks after studying one of these quilted pieces Running chain or even out Â¬ one ring and one buckle as shown in line if preferred to stitch may the ut To put on the contrivance the back stitch beN used World Y iharjted Ito therings in snap the ends Iuc for Wrupa the breeching straps Tiring tho ends A infide the girth pass up through loop Lace is the muterial par excellence In the breast strap arid snap to tho rings for wraps which are made in an infl in the bits nlto variety of form and nro often ornu mentcd with jet A luce cape that is Tiik hog has made tho farmer a great much the vogue is of wide flouncing deal of money In the years gone find It either gathered to a frill about the neck will yet make him a good deal Rut or attached to a pointed yoke of jetted swine breeding and feeding requires a lace finished at tho neck with u Medici good knowledge of hog nature which collar of same material This capo is u comprises a vast deal more than tho fitting accompaniment to a dress with belief that a hog Is simply a hog with a garniture of luce or Is equally effectull thut the term Implies- - Western ive over a plain costume of gray tun or mauve Chicago Poet RuraL 1 ster corai ruoucu to a paste with an equal quantity of butter and rubbed salt spoonful of cayenne Coloiwith lob ouuertwotauicspooniui oniouronc teaspoonful of salt and one eighth Both tho method and raujta when Syrup of Figs is takon it is pleasant Oko Gcu luss Agt Chicago III and refreshing to tho taato and acts yot promptly on tho Kidueys Now Jsaid tho carpenter U bis wife Uoll bo off to tho purty us sooa as 1 get fontly and Bowols oleanses tho sys- Â¬ out my clawliummcr bruab my nails and tem cffectuttlly dispels colds head clean up a bit aches and fovors and cures habitual Dulliifr Prciicn for Hay Htrnw ICtc constipation Syrup of Figs is the No investment will pay farmers bettor only romedy of its kind evor pro than tho purclmso of a good Puling Prosa a poor pno will bo monoy thrown away duced pleasing to tho taste and ac The Whitman Agricultural Co manufacture coptnhlo to tho storanch prompt in n full lino of prossos ttmthnvauo qunland Aro warranted Buporior in eVory roipoct to its action and truly beneficial m its any in uso They aro also headmiartara for eflects prepared only from tho most Cidor Mills and other Farm Machinery healthy and ngrccablo substances its Bond for froo illustrated catalogue circulars und prices of machino wanted many excellent qualities commend it Dont rely too much on tho man who to all and havo mado it tho most poolm at suporBtition bis is of tea merely a popular remedy known shum pooh illnghumton Republican Syrup of Figs is for salo in 50o and 1 bottles by all leading drug- Â¬ 1Iatf cuuii eruptions will return Eradi- gists Any reliable druggist who cate them with Glenns Htilphur Soap may not havo it on hand will pro Hnlr und Whisker Dye CO cents Hills euro it promptly for any ono who a man Is that It Is peculiarwill tho faster him N the wishes to try it-- Do not accopt any yaooncr age Y overtake substitute Herald CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Anv ono can tako Cartors Littlo Liver Full Information furnished freo Address LI liKAKFOiiD Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ beou Halted out Tbcso resorts ore easily reached by rail wny and rango In variety from tho full dress for dinner to tho flannel shirt cos- Â¬ tume for every meal Brptcmiikii and OcToncn The finest shooting grounds in tho Northwest aro on and tributary to the linos of tho Chicago Mllwnukeo St Paul Ity Tho crop of Prnlrlo Chickens will bo oxropUonably pood this year also Ducks and Geese In Northern Wisconsin and tho Peninsula of Michigan splendid Deer Bhootlng is to be had Pills they aro so very small No trouble to swallow No pain or griping after taking Tiik old woman who lived In a anoe evidently had neighbors who kept bena 8AN WAN0I3C0 LOVIBVIUE KY OAL NEW YORK Nf fuck Ao Oiiium in Pisos Cure for Consumption Cures whoro other remedies fall 23c CURED OF SICK HEADACHES IV D EdwardH JPalmjrra O writes t I hnve been a a reat aufferar from ContlvcaeaB nnd ntek Headache aa Iiav tried tnxny medlcinea bat i Yooiie JiiBt tho man Im laying for Uie bilcUmusau said to the contractor aa Many hoys that do not lock On u piano Telegraph oper4 Do iicsinuss up to dots ators Mall and Express Â¬ Havi an eyo to business Oculists and opticians 11 Â¬ elans unto room broken teeth Patiknt wulters Callors In tho pliysi Lowell Courier In tho only one tlintgava me relief I bettor find that one pill acta and doeathan net thrco of any otliur kind Elegantly sugar or arlpe weaken Done amall Price 20 ceita coated SOLD EVERYWHERE Office Ms Pills 44 Murray Street Now York It Is a wise old saw that knows N O Picayune Its own iji TmPROVED MONTANA 4 i ei - 4 J Â¬ Picayuuo TIMOTHY LAWN STOOK RANCH locntad nn branob lino ot Northern 1arinu UnllwuT wltlila two uilloa County Hiincli rumlutt The of fillO of Ionr Mailmon nnil rptiiAlliilrir In Tlffinlhv Tr lUUIiiBrxlM and Natlro UrAti uniTmlJoliinMU acrun of rllrod nnd ncliool Und that will be In inik toon Knrm bat mid bulMlticri jTiir light was adraw when It drow a cir been retllrd formallylim protlucodbm uood leaiuii w0 Land Irrlttatud and la one N O Picayune custfull of people 300 and vegetable In buhi ot irraln ttorktout of barinatlilnery included ana farm abundance IIo Irlcu You cant fool with a live electric wire In tale lurum eeAoooi ono tlilid vatb balance oa uimuio H H MOOD Pony Montana It is always In dead earnest Lowell Addreit urrtAMC tuii jirtR fmr Uax m nu Courier Makk9 music after it has been stopped Hay teem CHEAP bat la 1 Tho organ V Per Acre vettore thkouur cent hare Hare milnnvir 609 tier coming met ronoll opportunities DiFFuunxces of opinion occur ninonp nU Kallwayt In tbeKor Information am Ksourtlont oa inapt nddrefi tV men who have more than ono Idea N O TuiiNim about bv every wind weather vune Vnix young people got Into court In tennis Down on ull correspondence Tho paper STOCK RANCH yri weight touln JobnUberiunu M i Wi MASON NOrf QlH Vli Oiisiuivn tho costumcr if you want to grow fat he Is always letting his clothes out Ebnira Uazottc No man should carry a half opened um- Â¬ brella In a crowd He nliould either put up or shut up Continually running aground Tho steam plow KuniTivns from Justice aro posted In tho hide market Lowell Courier OPIUM out aa NiMi AND WHISKEY HAIITI OIIHBII T J10MU WIT tuu Fiyiu7 ium jMwnu CURED FUN linuU or imr tlClilart HUNT tKCK M WOOIMCY M 11 OHre 104H IVblUialllU TO STAY CURED HAY FEVER AQTI1MA We want the name and ad ilrruaof evrrv tuflerer In tha US und Canada AMre Â¬ Â¬ QOLDEIT MEMORIES Wiikn a man goes down tho general ver tlont and the cholcett wrltlnue of tbe beet Author diet is that he bus gone up Dallas Nowa A write for torrai to HuntOm Eaton XWttli Arts NY 4ir HTNAMC TUU tAVtU wnia tr fashion now for It is thoyoung lady when friends to sond nupsto a 1830 ANIC E It Is announced thut she h engaged It seems at If spoons WIIKN WK1T1NU TO ADTJCUTINKUM 1lCAN would bo more appropriate Somorvlllo lUU that yea taw the Act tUaaat la tkU JnurnuL yaper iiiw XA Â¬ lMJn m II 11 9 1 d effec- Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ fjr I Is better than any soup handler finer more s KwImVvSv WiV T m tive more of it more for the money end In the form of a powder fpr your convenience Take as it were the fabric in one hand the dirt in the titer and lays tiiem apart comparatively speaking watA ing with little work At it saves the wont of the work to it saves the worst of the wear It isnt the use of clothes that makes them old before their time it is rubbing aud training getting the dirt out by main strength For scrubbing houtecleanlng washing dulies windows and glaniware Pcarllne has no equal Jieware I imitations prue packages and pe dieri JAMES PYLE New York Mr OATARKn PIHOH JtEMEDY rOJtlataedlate A Beet IsKalt to for eure Heljef is eertaui Cold la the Head It Has Be tynuL f 77 Â¬ It Is an OlnUseat of wWeb a mmU partWele aMU4 BoeUUs 4aritaifKtaorsfttbyiiwu ltlW arremy tUi isafi1 I w 9 hMM - vMfaM SWALLOWED BY A jH0- i - - MW- - V - a vj i iif r Hazel Gbeen Hebald SPENCER COOPER Editor Ml WHALE - ifonnlilttt Kxtittrliiu GrHililully Nurrutrtl of n pitni Hiillor imKWSfKS aKTlBiMfl TOIhIBjs ltvw - tnu KY BHHBBai Friday HAZEL GREEN Aup 7 1891 MAJORITY 25000 The very latest returns from over the State Hhotw a majority of between 2f000 or 30000 and the majority for the Con Hlitution will bo m big as tho State of Texas only three counties going againnt it viz Boone 1500 Estill 100 Lin Â¬ coln 253 Tho Peoples Tarty elects twelve or thirteen Representatives but will poll only about 10000 votes for tho Stnte ticket Tho Senate will stand Democrats 27 Republicans 10 Peo ples Party 1 The Houbo stands Dem ocrats Gi Republicans 17 Peoplos Party 12 Independent Democrat 1 and ono iWrict in doubt Tho Peoplos Party was not in it sev Â¬ eral counties not giving a vote for it Judgo Swango is our next Register of Â¬ The A TacoHiii Wash special miv of 500 bark Guy C Go s with a cargo 000 worth of tea dropped anchor hero forty four days from Yokohama long When fifteen days out Tom overdue Hiskiaski a Jupuucec sailor mounted to a top sail to reef it during a gale A lurch of the vessel threw him headlong into the sea and he was een suddenly to disappear The life boat was put out but no trace of the missing sailor was found When returning to the vessel a whale rose to the surface The crew then suspected what had become of His- Â¬ kiaski The whale seemed to be in great distress Suddenly after a violent con- Â¬ vulsion Hiskiaski was thrown from the whales mouth onto the crest of a wave and upon the deck of the CJoss He was unconscious and badly injured Careful nursing brought him around and he is now in his normal health Capt Mallettc vouches for tho truth of this story and the sailor was pointed out Iluwnro of OliitmmitH for Ottiirrh Tluit Contain Mtircury mercury will siirclv destroy the sense iis of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucoussttrfaccH Such articles should never bo lined except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as tho dam Â¬ age they will do is tenfold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo O contains no mercury and is taken internally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the surfaces In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken intcrmdly and made at Toledo O by F J Cheney gySold by druggists price 7c Co per bottle Are broken down from overwork or household CitizensNational Bank WINCHESTER KENTUCKY t PAID UP CAPITAL mm E is Ills JGm 17500000 WASH MILLER PRESIDENT S W WILLIS VICE PRESIDENT A H HAMPTON CASHIER wmtmBmiumiMMiwimm F J wTQ ltValSVmW-tiP-tffrtssBisi- W gWfrr umKllyUa fafaljrala39lHKBrXMAW tho Land Oflice JIargis and Arnett are both elected P T Rnrnuiii tsud to say People like to Iw humbugged and tho correct Â¬ ness of his axiom is every day more and more convincing m riliiTJpyi PTTiiiiil rtiMHBMTTiMipM liiiiiiiTili r nviw in aJTssinfunzArnmvtKVzTwniwn-Kvntv-i-iwnbit nh Ksssi n rf tMSC at POYNTBR CASHIER et nil mm FfK Jim Jewell of Lexington as one of the statesmen of Kentucky It was he who said Politics is hell Wo will next week publish an article from the Baltimore Sun which will show tho farmer tho main cause of hardships mim now Hamper him and at tho same timo point out a remedy for the evils which exist Future historians will mention Judge HiiEBi B3iHqsBa f Many IorHons Has ample facilities for doingÂ¬ a general banking business Solicits deposits makes collections gives prompt and careful attention to all business entrust- Â¬ ed to it and extends to its customers the most liberal z accommonations consistent witn Â¬ c0 Browns iron Bitters system nlih digestion removes ex rebuild thu correct bankingjbusiness Â¬ cess of bile ami cares malaria Oct the genuine 9 What is to bo tho remedy for disoanes diagnosed as existing in the dominant parties Tho imported Kansas physi Â¬ cians failed to prescribo on their recent visit and tho masses aio at a loss what medicino to take m- to befriend tho Alllanco in this part of the State and has always been friendly to tho organization but It draws the lino at tho Third party So did President Gardner and wo cant see how his mo Â¬ tives could be impugned Thk Herald was tho first newspaper There is somo consolation to Alliance morabcrs who wero not drawn into the Third party in the fact that President Gardner of tho State Alliance and President Ringo uf this Congressional District didnt take any Third party in theirn They are good Alliance men Charloy Moore of tho Bluo Grass Blado says ho loft tho church because ho could not boliovo that the whalo gulped down Jonah Maybe now that Hiskiaski was only recently swallowed by a whale Charloy will believe If ho ho can como back to our loving em- Â¬ -- Domotirntlo Ilinttiry Election Pursuant to an order of the Democrat ic County Committee of Wolfe county there will be a primary election held in each voting precinct in Wolfe county on Saturday September 0 1591 between the hours of oclock A m and G oclock l M to nominate a candidate for the oflice of Circuit and Common Pleas Court Clerk and Sheriff of Wolfe county to be voted for at the regular election in the year 1892 At said election all Democrats will be entitled to vote For the purpose of paying the expenses of said primary election the candidates for said offices will each pay to the chairman of tho County committee 5 on or before August 31 1891 at which time the poll books will be made up ami sent to the various precincts and no name will be put on said poll books after that date nor at that except he has paid the 5 aforesaid and in the event said amount of from each candidate does not pay tho expenses of said primary election tho candidates receiving tho majority of votes for suid ofiices of Clerk and Sheriff shall pay the remainder of said expenses pro rata Tho board of election etc will bo published in due time By ordor of committee Â¬ TR J F LOCKHART NEW STORE EZEL KY NEW GOODS 4rC DENTIST TR J A TAULBEE Physician and Surgeon Hazel Green Wolfe Couuty Swango Seasonable Goods Rose Are now receiving a Fresh and Choice Stock ot To which they invite the attention of the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity consisting of Â¬ KENTUCKY O REAR RIQSTAFF Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing Also FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS and the clothing department is chock lull of bargains c ATTORNEYS AT LAW MT STEKLING Â¬ KY Montgomery and Practice in the courts of adjoining counties and in the Court of Ap peals una Federal Courts Mens All Wool Suits Only 750 EVERYTHING REFUNDED i GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY DAY HOUSE HAZRTi JOflKlH C Lykins Mas LOU DAY Proprietress This house has been recently refitted nnd refurnished and the table is at all times sup plied with tho best in the market Hates CATLETTSBURC KY reasonable Sample room attached and special rates to commercial men Patronuge is The Largest Drug House in the Ohio Valley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by the Dozen nGly respectfully solicited Â¬ Â¬ Grkkn Ky WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS 16000 Square Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed Chairman Dem Co Com To Teachers School Officers and Pat- Â¬ rons of tho Public Schools of Wolfe county Notice is hereby given that tho Wolfe County Teachers Institute will bo held at Campton Ky Aug 24 28 1891 All are respectfully invited to attend Most respectfully II N Horton County Superintendent Â¬ JAMES P FANT THE OLD UELIAUIiF jZSTSoIe proprietors of the fumous N Hat Heusi of Dickinson Go Cor Pearl Jt Vine CINCINNATI Invites all of his mountain friends anil es pecially the merchants to give him a call when in the city WS ERVE KING Solt proprietors of the renowneil tttMeotfrtttttttfrfrfrteteteoofrfre I Â¬ Iute guarantee to cure all Pains and Aches crumps anu Colic Diarrhoea Dys entery etc Used internally and externally The best Liniment in the world Â¬ R S STRADER Successors to SON Jc brace itK8dOto0otol Country Stores0o9ee4 Sale by Druo Stores and EverywhereOS PRIPP rEVT For the permanent cure of Pains in the Hack and all disorders of the Kidneys anu urinary Organs thousands ot eer j ktificates of those who have used this remedy will he sent on application HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL tl4 IltlUK 3100 as FoR - h L pr Tnktt Notice LEXINGTON KY 74 K Main Stiikkt All persons knowing themselves indebt Wholesale Dealers in ed to G B Swango must mako settle ment at once His accounts havo been Kentucky Whiskies placed in my hands for collection and Straight when I call upon thoso owing him I Wines firandiis c ifthey do shall expect them to settle not I will warrant them and they can then pay debt and costs I will take any FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY kind of stock at good prices Respect Â¬ CIGARS AND TOBACCO Mr Snyder who spoko hero Saturday fully but earnestly yours Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old Charley Swango Tarr and Old Taylor tf said ho had never sought and was not now seeking office Mr Whito editor Ayers Ague Cure is a vegetablo prodot tho 1MlntsvIIIe Paragraph says Sny uct and is a never failing remedy for J R Sharp Bruce Trimble TGDenton dor was a candidate for Congress in all malarial diseases Warranted DENTON SHARP TRIMBLE Southwestern Kansas three years ago The inretit uf Iiisomnln MT STERLING KY and Mr Whito ought to know as ho was The parent of insomnia or wakefulness U In ninecuses out of ten it dyspeptic stomuch Have now a complete line of on tho ground at tho time Goop digestion vivos sound sleep indiges tion Interferes with It The brain and stoin Clothing Hats Boots Shoes Referring to tho speech of Mr Slyder nch sympatic One of the prominent syniy organs toins of a weak stnte at Palntsvlllo recently tho Paragraph a disturbance of tho of tho gastrie mtrepntis and Gents Furnishing Goods great nerve says His speech was very inapproprN the brain Invigorate the stomach and you We solicit an inspection of ate for this country as tho interests of restore equilibrium to the groat centre A is our goods and guarantee pri Â¬ the Kansas farmer aro in direct conflict most reliable medicine for the purpose far Hostellers Htomacli Hitters which is with tho Interests of tho farmer of this preferable to mineral sedatives nml power ces satisfactory and articles as ful narcotics section Tho most of tho farmers hero timo exert awhich though they may for a recommended xoporitio influence upon llie buy all of their flour and have no desire brain soon cease to net and invariably into mortgago their farms and it is tho jure the tone of the Htomacli Thu Hitters on thu contrary restore activity to thu oper IDINGFELDER height of folly for tho farmors hero to ations of that important organ and their sound beneficent aiist thorn in thoir two main objects sleep and aiulluvucu Is rellectud innervous tranquil state of the to advance the prlco of wheat and to system A wholesome impetus is likewise CO M have the government issuo thorn money given to tho action ot the liver ami bowels upon thoir farms and products which by its use Importers and Johhers of Is really only to aid in carrying out their SEITZ first object If you havo not looked AND NOTIONS WITH DRY GOODS upou it bftftt 1h thU light it is high time that you juvtstigftte this mutter and No 637 589 tmd W- lWIIOLKSAIK 1A wriqus reflection be- - w tf IndiilftIn toll t-- West Main Street ln blt iii in ton you IsikI your assistance to that Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Now that tho election is over wo should alt settle down to the ovory day aflkirs of life and pull together for tho good of tho country Whether of the Third party Democratic or Republican our Interests are in common and no man Bhould le censured for tho way ho voted This is a freo country J A Laii Co J M KELLY President WM BRIGHT Secretary and Treasurer WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTON CALL ON THE Lexington Foundry Go Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET Shop K U RAILROAD near 7th St rPratnH7HE OTiSirireof Louisville east IAUGEST FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP IN THE All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE KEPAIKING SKILLFULLY DONE at the lowest livino riucKS J M KELLY President Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET T Foundry on K U RAILROAD I xLV -- JuGXlIlgtOIl JL v F Hi ItW8yiFHSAI JJIMt1 X jefwsbn sTREETsaiyitviiLE iiPHTIIf u V I utdmald lffiUllSL1 IIUIUCDOITV i lvll r 1 F SHBRT HAND TYFE WRITIHS BATTON BUSINESS CQLLE8E PENMAHSHfr 8BUTH WESI ky catalmue free J 110BINS0N ieiiTtJeieniMtiiiwN UllllLllOil l hXIJsGiKYiCillptjeH 1 1 J V WJ Thos Henderson W m mb eeivedas students ite apply to C AS dent 6RAHA M lopis frSess o J nnsS Kv i f mSCHVT1rrUfollee iversity College mm onuncrcIil ColIee lvSul ArN- c tollKrf Mlicnil Arts husJ cnnrMi rjn cn Student fees TWKlvn iii r Son - iur res - of tin Uible Presi uhunni For ntuloKiH - KFK5n ASHLAND KY bki ijl KlectTvtrFuTlF1ciiTtv CENTRE COLLEGE SKrife8 party LOUISVILLE KY So wloSiiJ Location hcnltlful further information ndUcss00 torn iw csC rlssirilt Seientin and UyniiHiMmn Nit oS8ijUt truttc or teBft SSA Pr xuiMr D D Danville Ky in e 8olwwl- - iilUBi m FVWw nrr Hazel Green Herald Hum ii ami I llriiitliitt than alt other papers in the State ami merchant in Mt Hturllng Win c tester Iuxlugtoi Louisville iuhI Cincln llilti Will lllid It Till larger circulation in Wolfe Morgan which to secure Mountain Trade UIVKKTIBINU KATKH VltANfilKNT JIKMT MKDIUM through f 1 I Jlil n Jr J- - Advertisement litaurtril for less tlmn 3 mouths will be 7t ccnta an inch lor the llrst insertion antl lb ccuth an inrli for each sub Muetlt insertion iCALL TltANSIKST AnVKItTIHINO MUST ed him at the end of each month for first HP lAll IN AUVAStK honors in his studies and good conduct KTANHINU ADVKKTfBKMKNTH Ho also received the prize in tho fifth 1 inch 4 7 - UlOlltllM 12 fit grado inches at the closo of the school for good 15 00 3 inches 1 7o conduct a handsome ficxiblo Biblo pre Â¬ 4 indies 22 IX sented by his teacher Miss Myrtle Wait f inches U inches - 00 His mother is justly proud of her Liberal rates on lurirer advertisements son application boy and every Master Mason in IhoStato made known on OhitintriiH tributes of tespcct etc He a will watch with fatherly interest tho line Count nix words to the line and send money with the manuscript We will write future career of littlo Robert Percy obituaries and publish at ri cents a line Kash in the hope of some day seeing Locul notices to he interspersed among him ono of Kentuckys brightest men In rending matter 10 cenln a line with a lis bloodv ootmt f W per cent where they run a month or more On Thursday of last week B M Marriage and death notice not exceeding Combs of Breathitt and MiBs Malissa ten lines solicited and publiidied KltKK J58 IUMH POIt ItKCUMAIt AnVKItTIHINO Hollon of the Holly neighborhood in PAYAMK QUAHTKKIY ON DKMAN1 this county were united in marriage at SPESCKU COOPEK Address the residence of the brides mother Rev llael Green Ky J J Dickey of Jackson officiating The attendants were Sherman Cope and ANNOUNCKMKNT fiKOItfSK Miss America Wilann and Will HampWii fn iintlinrmwt to innmmi W DRAKE as u candidate for Sherifl of ton and Miss Dulciua Hurst speedy Porter Wolfe County subject to uction ot the Dem Lacy of Lacy creek attended the wed Â¬ ocratic party effective of all Wii nri niitlmriPil in iinnminnft WEKIIEN ding and he says he never before wiw blood purifiers OONGLETON as a candidute for Sheriff of such a crowd on a similar occasion in the Wolle county subject to the action ot the mountains He says the wedding feast Democratic party you will We are authorized to announce W A was a spread fit for the gods of creation ItYltl of Torrent as n candidate for Slier and mankind generally The groom is iff of Wolfe county at the August election an enterprising young business man of 18i2 subject to the voters of the county Ssly lTTmmTvm Mr Byrd says he isu Democrat and expects Breathitt and the bride one of Wolfe to remain one he does not believe in frau countys fairest flowers The Herald dulent means of securing county oDice and if honored to the position of Sherifl will sends congratulations and wishes the perform the duties regardless of person or couple an endless life of joy V party JBSSSSP Bf We are authorized to announce JONAS We acknowledge the receipt of a very V VACANT of Campton as u candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county handsome photograph of the clothing subject to action of the Democratic party house of Louis Gm Straus Lexington Had 8 years experience us Deputy Clerk leading clothiers of Kentucky and it is Your support and influence respectfully solicited one of the most perfect we ever saw Lou and Gus the former standing in one Shnck Wnldeck of West Lib Â¬ of the front doors and the latter just to Dr erty dined at the Day House Tuesday the left in front of the store each look as natural as life and the view gives a For curatiye effects one bottle Ayers good idea of the immense establishment Sareaparilla is worth three of any other Will Darnaby and Gribbin salesman and book keeper respectively are plainly name in another front door but Aire Ellen Pieratt has the thanks of recognizable Tom Cassell Lucien Bowyer and Char- Â¬ the editor and his better- - for some of Guess the nicest beans beets and potatoes we ley Quisinberry are not seen theyre in the house waiting on a lot of have received this year customers as usual When you go down Gus Mrs Belle Godsey has the thanks of to Lexington call and see Louis for some of Straus and tell em we sent you ye editor and his better i THE AUSTItl VN OPTICIAN the nicest Irish potatoes we have ever The Citizens National Bank Winches- Â¬ Now of Louisville Ky devoted his early wen They are of the red neshannock life when yet in Vienna to the careful exter is again advertised in our paper toÂ¬ amination of the eye and to the grinding of variety day The original contract was for six glasses with which to correct every error of H Bennett representing Yankie months but Mr Hampton the wide- Â¬ the refraction and accommodation of the J writes us awake cashier realizing that The Her Â¬ eye Mich as the defcctH of sight which are Co of Chillicothe Seip IIYPEKMETIIOPIA or Fak Sicjht MYO that he expects to visit this section soon ald had done great service in extending PIA or Near Sight ASTIGMATI8M orMiXKD Sight and DIPLOPIA and requests that orders for hats etc be the volume of business of his bank or Douiuk Sight Greenberg will remain in Hazel held for him wrote us to continue the ad for another JPrf Green for a short time only and those needH six months It will pay those interested ing his services should call on him at the Mort and Asa Pieratt aud their wives in banking aflairs to write Mr Hampton Day House Eyes tested free of chargo by were here Sunday to see Mrs Judge or better still call ind see him when they the finest instrument in the wot Id He will also visit Camp ten Swango who was at that time very ill go to Winchester elsewhere is now but as will be seen ESTRAY NOTICE The campmeeting at Bethel closed on very much better The affiant Noah Wyatt states that he Wolfe the 29th of July with very good results has taken up an strays on his farm in Camp miles southwest of Mrs Emily Lacy of this place ac- Â¬ Rev F Agar and wife were assisted by county about ton Ky 3 hogs about 12 months old of companied by Master Courtney McGuire Revs J Tutt W Manker of Maytown black and white spotted color marked with and crop oft left Tuesday for a visit to her sister Dr Stamper of Campton M Center and smooth and one each ear right two splits in ear I have split in left ear relaMrs Eveline McGuire and other F Creech of Laurel and others Good had same appraised by J S Cable of Wolfe Kentucky who asiessed tives at St Helens order prevailed aud the friends at Bethel county hogs at 9 and the ownerthe value of said of same showed their esteem for the evangelists can have them by proving and paving char Uncle Billy Cox 83 came up to vote by sending them a load of provisions ges for them N B WYATT Given under my hand this July 17 1801 Monday and brought along for the edi- Â¬ vegetables etc which was thankfully W If DUFF J P W C tor a dozen of the finest red plums we received Statk ok Kentucky ucu J County of Wolfe ever saw Uncle Billy seldom gets to I 1 II Hollon Clerk of the Wolfe Conn See adv of Central University Rich brings town but when he does come he ty Court do certify that the foregoing stray mond Ky in this issue of our paper notice was this day lodged In my oflicc for us a token ot his esteem and write Chancelor L II Blantm for record and that I have duly recorded the office This is one of the bet same in my saidmy hand thU Jul v JO 1891 Swango has been quite ill particulars Mrs Judge Given under J 11 HOLLON C W C O for ten days or two weeks past but schools in the State and parents wishing thanks to an overruling Providence Dr to place their children in a good school Taulbees skill and careful nursing she will do well to investigate is now much improved and will soon be The Magofliu county campmeeting will restored to her family and friends OF KENTUCKY commence Friday August 28th 1891 over two Sundays Tho and continuo PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS Newri reached here Monday that Miss meeting will bo in charge of Bro Sneed 26 of Cat Agricultural Soiontifio Engineering Annie Parsons a sister of Mrs Green of Paintsville and BroAllDover preachers who Classical Normal School Academic lettsburg and others Butler of this place died at Mt Ster Â¬ attend will be cared for 198 Commercial and Military Courses of w w Study o ling Friday at the age of about 27 years iiuw Mrs Louisa Wilson who luw been con Â¬ COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED Hick quite a while but died She had been FREE OP TUITION days with very suddenly during the absence of the fined to her room for several begitw Bitmimr nth ihiu Fall family Mrs Butler has the sympathy something like flux is now much better Hoard interm dormitory 2 per week in private of a host of friends here families t50 to 4 For Catalogue address Consumption Cured Â¬ K PATTERSON An old physician retired from pracBreck Harper writing us from George- tice having had placed in his hands by JAS LEXINGTON KY Please an East India missionary the formula of town Toxas July 24 says allow me to apeak a few words in The a simple vegetable remedy for tho speedy of Consumption Hkkam I was glad to get your paper and permanent euro Asthma and all Catarrh I think it iH the best paper in the world Bronchitis Lung Affections also a post Throat and I am in Texas aud will never see Ken tive aud radical cure for Nervous Debil- Â¬ tucky any more Texas is a fine place ity and all Nervous Complaints afterÂ¬ having tested its wonderful curative powand crops are good cotton is fine ers in thousands of cases has felt it his make it known to his millcring Porter Lacy of Lacy creek who is duty to Actuated by this motive and a fellows usually posted about all the marriages desire to relievo human suffering I will that take place informs us that Polk send free of charge to all who desire itÂ¬ MT STERLING KY EngBullock and Miu Alabama CundifT both this recipe in German French or directions for preparing of Breathitt county were married at lish with full by mail by addressing and using Sent Consignments of iiroduce and the the residence of the bridon father Theo Â¬ with stamp naming this pajier W A respect dore Cundifl on Sunday last He did Mrtvifa R9n Pnwflrs Block Rochester patronage of Mountain Merchant JeMlj fully solicited i not know who performed the ceremony n y Â¬ 1- Willie Kash of Clay City and Robt Percy Kash of the Louisvlllo Masonic Home have been visiting their mother Mro Nannie Kash for several day pant and the school record of her son Robert Percy Is enough to make her a mighty proud mother Here it is and it should spur the little fellow on to oven greater things Ho received ten beautiful cards during the ten months one being award St It Georgo Drake candidate for Sheriff wan here Wednesday mixing with the I co c and he said he was meeting with every encouragement He has come home to stay thcro being now no trouble on THREE C0LLECES--I- 4 DEPARTMENTS OF STYDY tho K U aud will make a hot cauvats Ciakrioai Scikntifo AND Lrttkhs Coukskh Icaclng fo Bachelor 11 A B 8 anil H L aud Muster M A M S and M L Degrees Also Cqwmerqial and Klcutive from now on Courses A FtM Faculty of able and experienced men each a specialist in his department See adv of Prof Greenberg in this is Richmond the geographical center of tho State In the heart of the DluegrAM re s to of our paper Ho is located at tl o gion 1000 feet above the sea free from malaria a few hours by rail from Louisville Kuoxvillu ltoiincd Day Hourc and those who wish to have Cincinnati homos in theaud Chattanooga Memorial and hospitable community and stu best fumillcx and dents find Hall eyes treated should call and see him Attendance last scHsion 101 from 29 States Territories and countries New Gymvahi IM More than 100000 added to the endowment last year Ehihty two 82 endowed scholarships for the benefit of worthy poor young men Miss Lillio Stephens who is visiting ExrENSKH Moderate 175 to 240 for tuition board washing and servant attention her grandmother Mrs Louisa Wilnoi Next Seknion opens Wednesday Sept 9 1891 hits again placed us under obligitio is for SFFor Catalogue apply to L H BLANTON D D Chanoellor a nice present of tomatoes JAMES KENNEDY JAM Ed B TIPTON 1UCHMOND KENTUCKY Â¬ Â¬ FOR SCROFULA scrofulous humor ulcers catarrh and consumption iCeiuxetfy -- DKALEIIB IN- - m pi on the Pure Drugs Medicines Chemicals PAINTS OILS VARNISHES AND BOOKS AND STATIONERY and given special fcbO uss Ayers Sarsaparilla Ths msst economical safe and MT STERLING KY prescriptions and orders of Doctors especially solicited care aud attention in compounding None but pure medicines aud drugs used e ly Â¬ JkQZmQlXI0LLE6IATE JACKSON Of Central University - INSTITUTE KENTUCKY DAILY HACK LINE FROM Has Cured Others curs Tqxu Â¬ Situation beautiful and healthful large two story brick building a faculty of com petent aud experienced teachers Primary and intermediate departments all common Accademio and collegiate de- branches Higher English Natural aud fcntal Sciences Latin Greek German Algebra Geometry Surveying c Full Nor mal Course arranged especially for the thorough training of teachers Business Course giving practical instruction in busi ness forms and calculations commercial Ihw penmnnship type writing c Musical department organ and piano Hoth sexes admitted morals of students carefully guard ed courses of study complete aud thorough Session of 1891 2 opens Tuesday Sept 1st SfirKor circular giving full information address TnoF M O MAItlON Secv Jackson Ky L II Blanton D D Chancellor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HAZEL GREEN TO ROTHWELL Leaves Hnxol Green every morning Sun day excepted and connects with afternoon train for Mt Sterling Leaves Hothwell every morning on arrival of train from Mt Sterling except Sunday and arrives at Hazel Green at 4a0 1 M Â¬ Fare 2 Each Way rpTTT or children traveling without escort The traveling patronage respectfully solic Â¬ Very rcspcclAjllv ited W It TABOK Proprietor Careful and attentive drivers in charge of each hack and especial attention paid ladies WOOD Office DAY f A T WOOD II F DAY WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY N Â¬ ATTORNEYS AT LAW -- Practice in Montgomery Powell Menifee Wolfe Breathitt Itowan Magoffin aud Mor gan counties aud Superior Court and Court of Appeals over Exchange Dank Maysville St Mt Sterling Ky II WITHERSPOON President It I IIUNTEH Cashier Prof H GREENBERG Â¬ This Dank solicits the accounts of mer Â¬ chants farmers traders and business men Kentucky CO generally throughout Eastern facility and and olTers its customers every JOBBERS OF the most liberal terms within the limits of Hats Gaps Gloves Straw Goods legitimate hanking oct8ly AND UMBRELLAS NEW- 82 N Paint St CHILLICOTHE O WITH J YANKIE H BENNETT Paid up Capital 120000000 Surplus 6000000 SEIP tftkWmt FARMERS BANK MT STERLING KY Â¬ mmmmm Wm Capital 9250000 Surplus 840000 Chab M GnUBiis Cannier Â¬ Â¬ Mitchell ASSOCIATION Tuesday Sept 29 Wednesday Sept 30 Thursday Oct 1 Friday Oct 2 President The largest capital and surplus and indi vidual deposit than any bank in this seo tioi of the State 2i Â¬ Exchange Bank of KufiiGlcy MT STERLING KY Â¬ CAPITAL SIOOOOOOO We have more Ifnzci Green business than any other bank and want to increase it Scud us your account and we will treat you well B J Â¬ Â¬ PETERS PltESIDENT JOHN G WINN OABiiiEn Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY 80000 MA TE OaiItal J M 200000 Surilub o MGBTAFnVesldeiit G L KIKKIATltICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier xssr aPEtacsEtnE Competition Open to the World Wo reipcotfuily solicit the business of mer Â¬ chants farmers traders aud business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a chance to send you a bank book pay your checks and loan you money when in need W W Thomson Cash Mt Â¬ PhD Trimble Bros WHOLESALE Â¬ G ROCEB Over 10 and under 15 years of ago 25 Cents Capital 100000 35 Cents Over 15 years Surpltui 16650 Catalogues giving pre miums in full will be ready LEWIS APPEHSON Pkbhidest H R FRENCH Oabhikk for distribution June 20 anil may be had by addressing Mountain business I respectfully solicited with the assurance that we will treat every w a LACY customer fairly Secretary Â¬ ADMISSION Stiriinf NitlMil MT STERLING KY Bank HW MAUPIN WITH For liooth privileges address J M ROSE w President WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SH61ES Ac fe8ly CATLKTTflHUKG KY H D H CARPENTER p t r N Certainly It la not proper yon should stay here alone I shall board at a friends during my visit hut I would like to keep tho house open while I stay There are repairs of course needed carpets need taking up drawers over- Â¬ hauled I fear rats mice and moths have been at work I A hot Hush burned on her cheeks feared I had wounded her pride You will do me a favor Miss Maine In anything helpful to brace up this man You ure veri kind I will stay If an fortable If bo only the remedy tries Reclining in the very easy chair old aunt of mine will come out to chap Con anyono tell of a trade bringing plant where I used to nestle us a child with crone me archly ClIOIUR my feet on the tarnished brass fender I wonder now that I did such a Why toll blm to advertiser and a cigar between my lips I tried to quixotic thing I must have been fus f a new preparation to ouro all the ills feel at home cinuted by her beauty and the influ Â¬ people on earth Of suffering The books looked down nt me from ence of m3 surroundings made me sof t Ho matter If takon In liquid or pills tue shelves ana oiu memories Kept me 4 heurtcd In somo Yankee drug store finds birth compnuy should tho man do and do big and bold I breakfasted at Mr Lees and bore What What is it that captures tho prize What a neighborhood this must be hW raillery vprywell whonj toltl him I r What gaihers tho shekels from young and old not a thing had been disturbed in nil had leasea the House to a middle aged CltOKURthese years indeed burglars were un- lady and her niece for the season Why bless you to advertiser known in Knrleigh In due time Mrs and Miss Iilaine A slight noise In the room above took possession and neighbors begun to If a man takes nn acre or two of a farm Thats worthless and fully played out aroused me uud I took my lantern and call on them It was very pleasant to And cuts It up neatly in nice city lots explored tho chain ben I was a fre- Â¬ have tho house occupied And an auctioneer hires to shout Rats I said as I was about to de Â¬ quent callerand on one occasion sur-Â¬ Then If ho plants some short noodun stakes To show where each full sized lot lies scend when I again heard it this time prised Ellen or Nellie as learned to What Is It he does and the money he rakes I knew it was in the attic I could hear call her seated at the piano CHOIIUS footsteps distinctly Do you play You bet ho will advertise I asked in some stir Secreting myself beneath the stairs 1 prise And so tho world over this magical word turned my lantern down and waited A brilliant movement followed hi a Tho collcrs of wealth opens wide I am no coward but it was no pleas Â¬ soft accompaniment and a bird like Its power extends where language is heard ant scnsatlonto wait for those soft foot- Â¬ song was her response She enjo3cd For ages Its usefulness tried falls to reach tho lower stair The A man who onru uses It If with good sense music was 1113 mothmi I stairwuy was closed up In the old style ers astonishment iNa other plan over ho tries passion I almost disliked to have j iUuUitick u It cldse gathers dollars and with a door use her instmriidnt but con- Â¬ pence A hand was on the latch 1 grasped aniono ItBAIIKIt quered the feeling and sent to the my revolver The door opened softly Why dont you advertise for a piano tuner It Was realli a and slowly and I turned on the full ct3 K D Oibbs In Printers Ink linoinstrument and Nellie quit3 a per light of inv lantern ut the same thud former so I spent many evenings with pointing my pistol at what JJ Mrs Iilaine nodding In her chair listen- Â¬ MY R0JI4NCB Stand or I Are I cried In a voice ing to her simple songs or gaj fanta- Â¬ that echoed through the long dark hall sies A feminine shriek answered me and Old Homo Who tho Ghost at tho Sho wo s mistress of the violin and a form crouched down in tho stairwaj Roally Wob showed an almost childish jo3 when I My pulses beat tumulluously as I Into every life comes a jrrnut sorrow held the light so close to her face as to brought ouot tha had been mine from some hidden recess I have heard many sooner or later and when I was almost blind her twenty two my parents died almost at I de Â¬ masters handlo tho bow but never one What are 3011 doing here who fSould draw such touching and thcRiimb Injet f X manded stornlj thrilling strains from7the instrument In tho flrht ntfony of my grief I closed No harm sir returned 11 musical my ancestral home just as it was lis voice and the form rose revealing a Mrsi Maines small eyeb would open miKsiiitf the old servants and intrusting slight girl of some eighteen 3oars with for shc spent the uiost of her time the ItcyH to a valued friend of my late great startled C3cs as soft and velvet3 sleeping when Nellie struck the first father My bereavement gave mo a us a fawns looking out from 11 deli- Â¬ chords There Was someThlng about the gloomy turn of mind and ntudy was cate wild rose face framed in masses woman that always repelled me and the way sholooked at me from her iny only solace Through all my col of golden hair half closetl eyes really made me nerv- Â¬ lego days and preparation for the law Kxplain yourself I said pointing j il mado Jcvr friends und never visited nt the traveling bag she carried Are ous She wore a wig of that peculiar jtljp dear old home hallowed by so there any othersV yjf thoso faded reddish brown which Iter man Â¬ ludlessomuch ailect and J inun tender recollections No with a defiant gleam in ners were rather coarse Five years at tho bar without any wonderful eyes As deeply as I was in love with her home ties or ouUddc pleasures began Como downstairs then and tell me niece I recoiled from becoming con Â¬ to prey irpon my health and In the how you come to be here hummer of 188 my physician per Sho oboyed and was soon quietly nected with that ladi by marriage The grounds at the rear oftbe house emptorily ordered mo to rest seated before my lire My nerveH were worn with tho ten- Â¬ You wouder sir how I ennie here sloped down to a river flowing broad sion of pleading tho case of Hond in in your house questioning ljbowed and free and I soon had a gav little tio great case of lioud and Uradstrect assent Ver3 well I will tell you I boat for m ijso on long afternoons or which no stirred the most aristocratic Jim a poor working girl and this sum Â¬ sweet still evenings With Nellie op Â¬ circles of ltoston in that year mer I was out of emplo3ment The posite me it was 1113 delight to row for MoHtof ui3 classmates were married temptations of the city are great to a hours or resting on mi oars in some hut as yet I had never seen a woman poor girl like me and I came out here shad3 cove to idle the hours away I cared to spend an hour with since my in tho country No one would hire feasting 1113 eyes on that lovehy face fair mother died eye sought her hands so soft und gazing into the depths of those me Mi I proudly said that love was a myth dark bewildering e3es I never did do housework and white beyond the ties of blood rind not a pur but 1 could She had as man3 phases as the moon work in a printing of tfolu of romunco was in iriy mental fiee Sumo one told me about this ono duy tender as a dove another digÂ¬ composition house aiul 1 rambled through the nified as a young queen Possessed of Realizing that my physicians ndvfco grounds one day It was all so cool strong mesmeric powers she would was such as lA ought to follow my and restful I longed to stui 1 got handle the reins over tho back of the thoughts timed to tho long de5ertcd into tho houscjiRnd whjlajl wandered most fiery horse I ever saw and once lOhousejin Warlolgh but two days jour Â¬ through tile roojnsVui terrible tempest when we were out walking and en ney from ltoston countered an ugl3 cow who rushed ut came up 1 arrived at dusk ou u warm summer I had to stui indeed I did sir and us with lowered head and glaring 0308 evening and talcing my gripsack in slept sweetly in u room in thoMipper while I was looking around for a club hand sought my old friend for the key story to quell her wrath the little witch of the silent house It must have been my evil genius stepped between the enraged animal Ho greeted mo with delight and that prompted mo to stay I thought it and j myself and 000II3 looked her out urged mo to remain with his family ooulu tlo you no harm ami me on so of countenunce Yoarshad slivered his hair but hud not much good to spend a few quiet months I remember of thinking that if I ool6dthls regatd for my fathers only in this great empty house married her that would probably be I cook my food with a splrlt larnp child the result of any conjugal difference in 1 dont like it at nil Frank he 1 have not taken uuythiug truly sir which wo might indulge You will but f know it was very wrong I keep said as I took my departure Although slight hoydenish Miss It a light burning all night and people Nellie was ulwaiB dressed in exquisite have the hypos in that house likhntbuiiu aired is damp really you say the house Is haunted It is hi me taste Soft llowlng robes of white or Then I only jfQ out at dusk and always fluffy ruflled gowns as delicately pink viut not go Ills earncstnefts was bo Impressive in white If I need groceries I start us tho heart of u rose I vaguely tli at I asked before daybreak and walkJto A wondered at the variety of costume Why You must have somo more coming homo after darkfit which her slender means allowed her Hut I will go ai oncSslrljTnfr vously Once I hinted as much to her It was potent reason Mr Lee With evident embarrassment he itn- - clasping and uudaaplnKflhose tiny a cool rainy evening for the season of J ta hrudfir tho year and I went over to the house I hear unpleasant as it may bo t r Arrsavplty wAHediup In my heart to spend nn hour or two Wore tho you tho houso is said to bo haunted for tha childish creature It was seldom that I found Nellie lights arc often seen gleaming from qpells of It woman beginning to cast alone at that hour for the young peo- Â¬ uu their glamors over me Frank Lin wood ple of Falrlelgh had formed the pleas UIU IVIUUU11BI 1 sober minded lawyer that I was JxonHonHei 1 uoat ueiiovo 111 giiosw of ant There is plenty of fuel in the shed or iAy father never turaed a dog away that habit for running in to see her at a little musicalo or a hour was I have matches Heat will cor from his door hungry and cold Mine game of cards f quer the dumpncBS and a revolver will Was not a charllabe heart but I know Sho camo to meet me looking as fair dispol all the ghosts I believe in Conio the lkwpf kindness You must not go to night I said as a dream in a shimmering robe of in the morning and you will find over A bunch of somo und wo Iccpt our strange vigil through silver gray silk me all right Good night tiny sweet scented illowers nestled in I stood at the gate and looked up at all the lonir summcv nlsfht for ono of tho great rambling structure All wr LthosoksluirpvilorceT tempests -- that so her corsage aud her golden hair was dark and still not even a bronth of often follow a sultri duy was rising confined In a ribbon of pale blue Its wind stirred tho leaves of tho largo lllitullng Hashes of lightning made tho silky meshes fell to hor waist In waves honeysuckle that climbed at its own girl cover her eyes with her hands and of brightness Something In tho hue of the dress sweet will over one wing Tho air was the heovy thunder shook tho house I had noticed somo heavy dark und tho fair odor Of violets that heavy with its rich perfume A roso tree growing tall and branchy clouds drifting athwart the horizon as clung to Its folds reminded mo of my Ing was 1hcoji with blooms their 1 walked from the station to Mr Leus mother My greeting was rather cool Should but tho tempest came upon me as n sur-Â¬ Hjpro vvhltc glomtlngin tho darkness 1 uhice thlsy perhaps low born girl The borders of tho once well kept prise A heavy chip of thunder and u sharp in my honored tnbthcrs homo as its beds wore rank and tall and a hardy hiblscu hud nearly obstructed tho path Â¬ Hash brought us both to our feet Ellen mistress As ifdlvining my thoughts sho way At least io vandal hand had dis- Â¬ lMultto us she told mo her name began at somo jdlsjunco from to sob with terror and I soothed her took a my mothers flowers turbed Tho key turned rustlly in tho lock like a child The touch of her hand me and taking up a book asked and tho door creaked on its hinges 1 stirred my sluggish blood ami I felt tnu Wtly Shall 1 read to you My father fctood for u moment llko u guilty crea Â¬ slllc3 feel of her lino hair for hours af- Â¬ ture ore 1 entered and almost doubted ter its silken braids brushed 1113 cheek used to wijoyj having trie and it has been the dream of mj life to becomo a the propriety of spending a night In a My plans were quickly made Have you no friend or oldc fty rela- lino elocutionist Papa was so fond of dwelling that had not been occuplodfor wOTdltl iread tive who can come hero und stu3 with TeiiB380utbut nine yours wus close but not as damp 3ou If so 1 will pay you a monthly reading Shwlcespear te hSnjM T g The air Her father then was an educated and musty as I anticipated and light Â¬ sum to keep the houso open and to put ing a small lantern with whiolrhlmd it in such order as would please my man of refined tastes I was glad to learn It I requested her to make her mother If she were alive provided myself 1 went lu O 1 1 eifimlwiHl tk Do you mean It with a sharp lcok own selection banglng lamprin the sober to I feel JlhbtouWdestitutd of Ml as I on tho childish face a suspicious look I shall enjoy rather added more night and It I thought kindly expected One in the parlor was full and to my surprise wick nor oil seemed candled J Its light illuminated tho room and lent SPENCER COOPER PublUser a homelike glow to Its appointments I sought the library and soon had a UAZEL GREEN t t KY glowing fire lu the grate Little shivers ran down my back and I began to feel uncanny ears which I resolute- Â¬ ly shook off A MAGICAL WORD I busied myself airing some bedding II a morchant brut goods but customers Done by tho fire and improvising mo a couch And ruin ntarcs him In the face on the lounge Although a sultry sum If hU credits at zero hi creditors run mers night the fire was not uncomFrom morning till night to his place Hazel Green Herald t s Â¬ Â¬ T 1 - Â¬ JT Her selection was Morto dArthur and as she read every word fell cleaf and pure like the soft chime of silver bells A long silence fell on us as the last words of the poem fell from her lips not broken until sho arose and glided across the room with her peculiar un Â¬ dulating motion to adjust aunties cap Aunty who as usual was asleep In her armchair as sho bent over her the coarseness of tho elder ladys dress contrasted sharply with Nellies silken robe She came back and sank down on a low divan near me I passed my hand over her bright head the nearest approach to a lovers caress that 1 had ever made Tell me Nellie how is it that vou can wear such toilets This feeling the stuff Is like one my mother usee to wear A passionate burst of tears was her answer t could not check her I You know it is your mothers thought to show you how well such costlv robes become me i poor girl 1 know you despise me you alwa3s tilth It Is no use for me to try to please you I wish I had never seen you AmbA A prompt return of your money if vou get neither Risky terma for benefit nor cure the doctor but eafo and euro for tha patient Everything to gain noth ing to lose Theres just ono medi cino of its class tbato sold on thesa conditions OTYWTllW I Â¬ tbo guaranteed remedy for all kin and Scalp Diseases Blood from a common blotch or eruption to tho worst Scrofula It cleanser purifies and enriches tho blood and cures Salt rbeum Tetter Eczema Sob sob sob Erysipelas and all maimer of blood What could I do but dry those dark taints from whatever cause It e3cs with my own hands and silenco costs you nothing if it doesnt help her words with kisses sho was such a you Tho only question is whether foolish child because through petulstrong desire to you want to bo helped ance she disclosed a please me Golden Medical Discovery is Mans heart is wicked deceitful but tbo cheapest blood - purifier sold Yet I desperately fond of adoration oecauso you my love some unseen through druggists did not speak of onlv tiav for the nnnd von aot power held me back h 1 was shocked at her for wearing my Can you ask more dead mothers garments so sacred to Tho acts equally Discovery me well all the year round Made by I must have been in love or bereft of tho Worlds Dispensary Medical my senses for I was seriously meditat- Ing offering uvy heart and hand to this Association at G03 Main Street girl of whom I knew positively noth- - Buffalo X Y Â¬ I just one that could be Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis- Â¬ covery Its a peculiar way to sell it but its a peculiar medicine Its j ing when an unforeseen meeting pro- vented this lifelong mistake It always took me a long time to make up mi mind to do anything of importance but when 1 once decided I was quick to act One hazy evening I started to go over to see Nellie and decide my fate Mr Lee had just returned from A with the startling news that tho bank had been operated on by burglars and thei had got off 6afel3 with their spoils 1 German Syrup 91 Ihavebecaa great sufferer from Asth Asthma ma and severe Colds every Winter and last Fall my friends as well as myself thought because of my feeble condition and great distress from constant coughing and inability to raise any of the accumulated matter from my lungs that my time was close at haud When nearly worn out for want of sleep and rest a friend recommended me to try thy valuable medicine j wig-wearin- g Â¬ -- 4 1 Â¬ The only store in Farleigh was broken Into the previous night and some monci besides ma 113 articles of value were taken Â¬ I took m3 revolver in my pocket and was calculating the proprieti of Nellie and her aunts remaining in that houso alone nights an3 longer fool that 1 was Â¬ I went across the fields intending to go into the ground b3 a little gateway at the end of a path running up from Boscbees German the river This path was now hidden Gentle Syrup I am con- hi a tangle of bushes and as I ap-Â¬ fident it saved my proached I saw a woman leaning on Refreshing ljfe Almostthefirt the gate It was Nellie dose gave me great Sleep She saw me before I could speak relief and a gentle re- Â¬ Slim Tim is it 3011 she asked freshing sleep such as I had not had Yes m3 voice was husl 3 with for weeks My cough begau immedi- Â¬ Â¬ emotion tho lie roso almost unconately to loosen and pass away and sciously to my lips 1 drew near to be certain it was mi I found myself rapidly gaining in darling speaking and she threw her health and weight I am pleased soft arms round my neck pressing to inform thee unsolicited that I warm kisses on my check am in excellent health and do cer-Â¬ I heard 3ou cracked tho crib last tainly attribute to thy Boschees night and got away with the boodle German Syrup it C B Stickney but Ive been so worried all da3 for Picton Ontario fear the nibs would get you I thanked God in that brief moment that I resembled Slim Jim as much in a fogg3 moonless night asan3oneclse and vaulted lightly over the gate Tell me about 3ourself ni3 daisy I said with au encouraging pat on her for I cant stay only a 7C 4 plump cheek AND moment Cant Ill hide you where no one can find you Pop is here lie broke into a storo the other night I helped him Where are the rest of the boys All safe Tal ta and 1 retreated OF THE HIGHEST 6FME at a breakneck speed I heard her ex- Â¬ LLECTROTYPING OTEREOTYPING PROMPTLY EXECUTED BY claim -- -- Â¬ I believe Jims been drinking too much or the cops are after him Now that I knew that Nellie Iilaine belonged to a gang of burglars I longed to arrest them although dreading the publicity If Slim Jim was expected I would bo there to receive him with a A N Kellogg Newspaper Co We offer to our Customers and The Trade At midnight the officers of the law accompanied by myself entered my house und soon had Slim Jim and Pop who was no less a personage than Mrs Maine in irons That lady was a bald headed smooth faced man of fifty who had masqueraded in wom wurrant generally the most satisfactory work possible In these branches Our facilities enable us lo lo It turn out work very rapidly If you desire release your type on some large job send Â¬ Jt Â¬ W Nellie aroused by tho uproar came We make a specialty of Newspaper Head Â¬ out on the landing of tho first flight in her night robes looking like a little ings and Cuts and have the largest assort- Â¬ angel but fighting llko a young tigress ment In these lines to be found anywhere in I could choko you you dumb-heade- d old vllllan was one of her most the country from which to select complimentary remarks to me Ive made a nlco fool of you Sir Timber toes anyhow AN Kellogg Newspaper Co Her allusion to my feet cut me to the ill 868 ft 870 OEARDOnN ST chicax quick for I am sensitive about them Hut 1 kept silent feeling sure that her 124 fc 320 WALNUT 8TRCET ST LOUI9 MO OHIO 7S punishment would eonio by other 177 71 I ELM ONTARIO STREET CLEVELAND 170 STREET CINCINNATI OHIO hands than mine 401 WYANDOTTE STREET KANSAS CITY Ma Sho and tho pscudo Mrs Blalno were 88 J 40 JEFFERSON ST MEMPHIS TENN handcuffed together and taken away 74 TO OO EAST 6TH STREET ST PAUL MINN- Pop swore furiously while Nelllo Illustrated Publlcatfons with shook her fist at me MAP81crIbUtf Mlnnriou K llnrtunaIilahO oruiiifc Of all tho idiots I over met sho Waihlnt ton nnrt Orreon mmSSMS VIUCEiiUVKHMIEVr inn cried out you nro th biggest ANB CHEAP I rather thought so myself NORTHERN and It was somu tlmo before I could think of PACIFIC R R the affair without confirming her lnal Arrlealtnrl drub Btana Timber LuiU laic opinion of me Sarak P E llaw BOW OIMB ta afttllara UII4 lDV IMmu thorne In Yankee lllada m ans attire all summer for 1113 benefit to us for either stereotyping or electrotyp Ing and it will be returned to you promptly md in good order HPT -- LANDS tiESi - ft YK STT r m FAEMERS ALLIANCE ALLIANCE notes Dont join the alliance till you have forsaken your firsrlovo No move truo Ulinnccr tan will jump the on nccount of the third party track The peoples pnrty Is getting lots hot shot from the old party organs of They nil doclnro the movement Is des Â¬ tined to bo u failure For a thing1 suro to be u failure tho organs are wasting much powder on It Milwaukee News Tho fight is on The involution is NOTE THE BEARINGS The People Can H6p For No Kcllor Trom a Cnittiltn fa Which tho Turin I tliti OnlylMiic It is always proper ami many times necessary for tllos6 interested in polit- Â¬ ical as well asiinntlcat affairs to Hake bearings for the purposo of ascertain Â¬ ing their true position In regard to Important factors which may ontor Into their future progress It Is just as un Â¬ safe for the eltlzeo to blindly follow one courseunmlndfitlor careless of the chungod conditions which time and Â¬ against intelligence and a renlf desire to belter cpnd I tlonn In Kansas last fall thorepubllcan party Bturtcdloton n enmnalirn bf tnVltf ndlilocfflv KhlVt As a result tho pooplo refused to attend their meetings and ilookodJ Ity thousands to listen to alliance and independent speakers discuss the llv lug questions of financial and other re- 11on forms iinv nnc doubt if the democratic leaders in Mississippi had eonllned their speeches to tho questions of free trade and tho force bill and Ig nored tho sub treasury plan and other intelligence iijCvrrought as it would alliance demands that the same condibo for tlitoVrnatlnerio shape his direct tions would have been repented Had lion nnu incnioKam tnoruuiie leaving It been done Senator Ucorgo and his Â¬ I r g r- - iwHP I Mmmx mmfflmk -- touching them that thoy can successfully defend Tho aUlanco bellovos of a reduction uudv demands and on nccessnrles tho tariff that all revenuo should bo reduced to tho needs of government econom- Â¬ ically administered but it will not neither can It bo driven to consider that question onlj us subordinate to a num Â¬ ber of others No matter what poli- Â¬ ticians may do or say tho aUlanco Is determined to havo llnanco land and transportation discussed and settled in preference to till othor economic ques- Â¬ tions This Is tho condition nt present Itlsovldont that some now allgnmont on economic principles Is Imminent In tho near future or rapid und radical concessions must bo made This latter event enn hardly bo expoctcd as tliq success of triekory and corruption tho power of Intrigue and manipula- Â¬ tion and tho potency of money have as yet gone on from conquering to conquer and havo not mot tho disasters and defeat that all honest men hope Ho In reserve It Is a situation to be seri Â¬ ously considered by the wisest states Â¬ man and can be profitably studied by tho humblest eltlon It Is one that will not consent to bo longer Ignored nnd cannot be brushed aside with assumption or contempt He who is wise or prudont will bo prepared for tho de Â¬ velopments of tho future and thore by avoid disappointment and confusion National Economist Â¬ Â¬ LEVERETT LEONARD Can olther party stand a dlsoussloa of thoso questions Or havti thoy a record Thern a Man n NotiJo Man HoHMt RefWl Â¬ again booming Commissioner Hijkmaa for tho presidency of tho F L U la Wo can hardly seo why oa Missouri who hold that position os long aa llrother Hlokmnn should want it again Wo aro inclined to thluk that wo should havo some now man In tho placo a man not in tho least tlnoturod with par tlsanlsm or ambition and at the same tlmo Is thoroughly acquainted with the Yo have principles of tho F L U in mind a mnn who helped form tho deJ mantis of tho organization and one who Is thoroughly in earnest in tho ad- vaneo work whom wo would like to see giado president of the ardor In Missouri nnd that man Is Lovorett Leonard Alliance Defender Good enough for us and so far ns we can hear good enough for auy body of truo alllancemen In this state A man neod not go twice to find whore L Leonard stands upon tho aUlanco de Â¬ mands the corruption of tho old partlos the need of reform nnd tho possibility of speedily obtaining It by united action The selection of such a man as Hrother L Leonard for tho position of state presldont would give tho aUlanco In Missouri a forward start that no combination of gall and corruption could resist Ho is a man among uien uno ot those plain unassuming gentle Â¬ men who when once thoy espouse a causa glvo It thoir wholo heart their time their energy everything Ho la NEATLY PUT 0110 of thoso men about whom thero iaK a subtle something that attracts and Who Liiliorn Umlrr tho Hallucination Kiiid anil Dmtrto holds friends by tho score Do you Senator IelTer evidently labors under know what that something Is neigh- tho hallucination that monoy is tho cre- bor It is the possession of tho truo ation of law If tho senator who Is characteristics of tin hoporablo gentle Â¬ slightly Infected with free trade no- Â¬ man It is tho knowledgo that ouo is In tions will carefully examine a few or contact with a true man and a bravo j dinary business transactions of some of one ono who when ho hns convictions II his importing friends ho will got some Is not afraid to give them voice Wo Ko are for him new ideas on money Melherson Wo are glad our neigh rmblicun bor mentioned that name It made a Many centuries ago Arlstotlo wrote thrill ereop up our spinal column Monoy bj itself has value only bylaw When 11 fow days ago we thought of L and not by nature so that a change of Leonard tho face and figuro of MlnorM convention botweon thoso who uso It Is Major of lUackburn would naturally1 H sufficient to deprive It of value and stand beside him Thoy two wcro power to satisfy all our wants alike in tho graudness of their niuis V i Prof Francis A Walker in his work the honesty of thoir Intentions tho onM 01103 says Its power of ac nobility of their manhood Yes tho 1 quisition depends not on Its substance stato alliance of Missouri could do but on Its quantity nothing which would ho insure its long Appletons Cyclopedia defines money life as to select this man for the ro- Tho currency of tho sponsible position of stato president ubi lollows country the standard of pay- Â¬ There will be no skulking In tents realm or ment whether of coins circulating from him wouhUcome no denunciation notes or any other commodity Any of loaders from his lips no alllaucomnn thing which freely circulates from or nnti allianco would hear a sjllnblo hand to hand as a common acceptable of condemnation of any of our just do- medium Of exchange In any country Is mauds the Ocala seven Wo aro for in such country money even though It him From all over this state men nt i cease to ho such or to possess any could ariso disinterested men and i H value in passing into another country pointing to President Leonard of tho 9 In a word an article is determined to Missouri State Alliance oxclniuo be money by reason of tho performance There Is a man a noble man by it of certain functions without re honest loyal and able That is what gurdfto its form or substance wo need Theso nro tho men this re Â¬ Among tho powers of congrobs enu form movomont needs In tho forofroht merated bj tho constitution of the lint If tho alliance in this stato wants To coin Urothor L Leonard for president tho United States Is this one money and regulate the value thereof1 ensuing year the nomination must go And there Is not a farthing of monoy to him freely and fully Ho will not of any material or denomination cur Â¬ seek It Most strongly has ho our com rent In tho United States to day that is mendation ami our support ior inai po- Â¬ not coined In accordance with the terms sition There are men und men und of a law for that purpose made and thero nro principles and principles jut provided this man and his loyalty to tho truo A Henry Cernuschi a most distin- Â¬ principles of tho right of tho peoplo to 41 guished French writer on finance said rule their country Is all that could bo before tho monetary commission in asked by tho order Wo tako this posi- Â¬ Money is a value created by law tion upon our own responsibility 1877 Tho Its basis is legal and not material It advocacy of llrother L Leonard by tho is perhaps not easy to convince one AUlanco Defender and tho hoisting of l that tho valuo of metallic money is cre- Â¬ of his name gavo us tho right to speak ated by law It is however tho fact our convictions Wo feel that delegates Tho supremo court of the United should not go to tho stato union with 11 States In the cases of Knox vs Lee and little Idea of a man loyal and true upon Parker vs Davis which wcro consoli- Â¬ whom thoy could consolidate Hence wo dated made uso of tho following lan- Â¬ givo to them his name conlldont of tho guage The constitution was intended integrity ability and loyalty of him to frame a governmont as distinguished who boars it Letters by the dozens from a loaguo or compact a govern- havo reached us asking us to mention ment supremo In some particulars over JJrothcr Leonard but wo did not fool states and people It was designed to at liberty until the Journal of Agrl provldo tho samo currency having a culturo had spoken and tho Dofcndor uniform lognl value in all tho states gavo us tho cue This is tho man wo It was for this reason tho power to coin need An unassuming man a man money and regulate Its valuo was con- with tho courage of his convictions a ferred upon tho fodcral government mnn who will not seek but must bo while tho samo power to omit bills of sought Would that all our officers could credit was withhold from tho Btatcs bo such men as llrother Leonard and Tho states no longer can doclaro what Urothor Hnekott of Hates county He shall be money or regulate its value lieving that tho order in Missouri could Whatever power thero is over tho cur-Â¬ tuko no longer strldo toward success rency is vested In congress If tho than by tho soleotton of Urothor Leonard power to declare what Is monoy Is not as presldont wo second tho nomination In congress it is annihilated of Loverott Leonard by our Itay county Hy tho ob- Â¬ exchange tho Alliance Dofondor Again In the samo caso We ligation of a contract to pay monoy is are for hi in Marshall Ma Alliance to pay tlint which tho law shall rocog Watchman nlzo us money when ho payment is Cannot AIToril to Ho HItle Tracked made If thero is anything sottlod by Dont suffer yoursolvos to bo be- Â¬ decision it is this aud wo do not under Â¬ trayed with a kiss Tho man that tolls stand it to be controverted No 0110 you that tho uBofulness of our order is over doubted that a debt of 8100 con- Â¬ endangered by standing by our princi- Â¬ tracted boforo lbM could bo paid by ples is deluded himself or trios to de ono hundred eagles coined after that colvo tho people To accomplish any Â¬ year though they contaiucd no more thing wo must bo aggressive Wo can than ninety four oaglo when tho con Â¬ pot afford to compromise with tho en Â¬ tract was umdo nnd this is not because emy Tho monoy question Is tho chief of the intrinsic valuo of tho coin but cornor stono in tho great odlfioo of our bucuuso of Its legal valuo movomont and wo can not afford to be Perhaps If tho sogaclous editor of the side tracked In tho coming stato moet- Melherson Hopnblican would knock ing Tho qucHtion to bo decided at our tho scales off Ills eyes und rummage stato mooting is not tho third party around a little ho might learn some question but it is to bo decided whether thLigyet If he U not too old Topoka or not wo will stand by our national 1 Kan Advocate platform as adopted at Ocala ThU is Uio question boforo the brotherhood of Jlioulil Ho In Uio lurtjr Every man worth less than 820000 Missouri or to put it in another form should bo In tho pcoplos party from self will the alliance in Missouri sustain Interest as woll as from lovo of justice President Hall in hi tirade on our naÂ¬ nnd every man worth moro than that tional platform or will she not Lefc Rum should bo in it from patriotism every brother In Missouri post himself and philanthropy and in many case and be prepared to vote intelligently from wilf Interest alao MUwourl oa thin all important question InterÂ¬ state Alliance Echo Worhl Â¬ Â¬ I Wo seo that fiomo of tho papora ara nnil Atild IbwPm - - iiJI IPfliii wiJPwBBH v Wfllw v Wmmm m w Iw J Ss wM flu IwlwJtSli flllilwllf MH IwSBt BSKi HP w v Iwlf rJlM lm W 4ot vv hWbHI i M 1 I Â¬ t f v i t Â¬ s VjilV ttWfTO WillhCVH 7i7rUJI Dkmockatic PoirnciAN Ue care plague Kiriins RrruiMOv PoimriAV I vote fill and do not drag the all ance into How can remember that tho alliance is a strictly on both your houses Work and vote for You must and yet keep out of politics I guess I partisan politics non partisan organization vote for the party that adopts my the democratic party and all will be keep out of politics and continue to shall well I principles into its platform vote the republican ticket v My friend RSQSW1 POLITICS KEEPING OUT OF Auianokmax A Â¬ Â¬ e 15 a I I 4 the rosulCof stranding on the sandbars going to pieces on tfie rocks or reach Â¬ ing open water as umiatter of pure accident or chance In every campaign since 172 the tarilt lias been tho lead Â¬ ing issue to tho exclusion of nearly all Wtorkrell others Efforts are again being made What n Andrew Carnegut suys of 13U3 a repeti Â¬ grand thing it would be for Great Hrit to have tho campaign Is suoh a course aln if our country could bo brought tion of this character to the people and can tho old par Â¬ down to a silver basis Groat Uritain fair it are questions did not seom to think so when It sent ties afford to continue which the sagacious of either party an emissary over here with ST00000 and carefully During tho secured the demonetization of sliver in should consider past twenty years of tariff discussion 1S73 Missouri World people havo grown poorer and their Tho objectionable feature about the burden of indebtedness has grown Â¬ the sub treasury plan is that it suptho force of argument plant tho speculator class and when larger Neither experlonco has settled tho result of you strike tho speculator you strike tho nor fim niiinni nr iltuldud definitely to lionil timltinnvfnf iht nll nilVtloS Their of the lctoiestejl as to leaders in methods of earning or pro- Â¬ the satisfaction is really tho proper conrso to pur- Â¬ ducing tho wealth thoy ahsorb aro as what as an economic question Ignorant us they aro of heaven Non- - sue In faet is no nearer than V was a century it conformist ago It would bo very difficult just In lS7i silver b5lng demonetized now for anyone to cloarlydofiuo what In France Kngland and Holland a cap constitutes republican protection to Ital of 5500000 was raised and Ernest homo industry or democratic tariff jrc Seyd of London was sent to this coun The people have dlicovorou form t try with this fund as agonl of tho for that this tarlfl contention is to a eign bondholders and capitalists to largo extent like the beating of driftns effect tho same object tho demonetizat- Â¬ nnd blowing of horns to attract ion of sllvor which was accomplished attention while othor legislative meas- Â¬ hankers Magazine August 1S73 ures aro being enacted following up Amonp tho many questions for dis-- this discovery they have found that cussion proposed by National Presldont whatever faults may lie with the Uiriit IWers tho following nro gormano to ttini A nro oflmr Imnortntitf actors which the present agitation What Is money oxpcsrlenco and information onablo nai arc the uses oi money is money them to know positively contribute to a commodity Who furnishes the iti- - illstrnssod and unhappy condition money for this country Who ought Theso factors and a demand for their o furnish it How should monoy be removal have been plainly sot lorin in furnished to tho people Exchange tho demands of tho alliance nnd tho The mighty movement of tho platform of the pcoplos party Tho masses is shaking tho vory foundations utiinr simimnd un la about as fol t Of tho nnnnnni1i nnntiipi mill ftvntl lows The republican party Is defend- Â¬ Â¬ Cnw drawing in dim outline tho now ing the doctrino of protection and Ig- Â¬ demcivilization of tho next century Tho noring ever v thing olso whllo tho re- Â¬ wine w as when all eyes were fixed upon ocratic party Is advocating tariff all other ques- Â¬ Â¬ the great and powurful kings and war form and straddling In opposition to both Is riors of history Ioots sang of thorn tions - hiterature pcoplos party demanding re Â¬ fawned at their foot Hut tho to day all is changed Journal of forms In economic conditions which Knights of Labor tho old parties ignore and neglect Tho In A people Ignoiftiu of their political strength of both tho old parties lies nd social rights will nover select a the purtlsanlsm of its members and not It Is tho to principle Jfe leador of social and political re- Â¬ their devotionand tho strength of party form o beguiled Into lovo of partv Thoy will placing iu power blUtant demagogues ties that bind them together and not d crafty place seokors who will fealty to tho doctrines of free trade or question for politicians Jomiso everything and perform noth- - protection The how much longer will J 1b cMr who wil uso tho temporary su Ketsacy an A position grantod them for party bonds withstand the present ox Is It probable that J51 om aggrandizement Dallas trerae tension can ba depended on aa partlsanlsra Southern Mercury here The conflict must and will con Â¬ tinue Ignorance of the great under Â¬ lying causes that are producing this will- - neither correct our upheaval wrongs nor avoid the consequences -- -- adherents would have met with tho same fate that overtook ex Senator Ingnlls and his friends It is no longer con- Â¬ bo a theory that can tinued with fine spun illusions that confronts the politician but a con dition grounded and buttressed in facts that threaten their very existence What they may say or do should bo measured by tho exigency of tho occa- Â¬ sion and not by apparent candor or earnestness In view of this the duty of each seems perfectly plain A gon eral reckoning should bo made and tho bearings taken In accordance with the best Information and thorough knowl- Â¬ edge obtainable It should be a conscientious Intelligent and fearless conclusion backed up by honesty and con tinuity of purposo Such a reckoning f lrik Tv l n ii jli fl aI WOII1U IIVOIU lliu quiuissuimn mm nuuiwa breakers and lead tho rock and quiet a and safety on to intelli- Â¬ tho not Will harbor of producers Independent gent this country bogln such an investigation Would it not bo entirely proper to say they had already begun and that evidences of such an effort could be soen on every hand Should such a course bo undertaken winch or tno three parties now before tho publio Would tho would bo tho benoflclnry party gain through a thor- Â¬ republican ough discussion of the tariff Could It bring over to Its membership any that now hold to tho doctrino of tariff reform Or could it induce tho alliance or tho pcoplos party to trust Its financial more once policy These questions answer thorn selves it would bo an impossible un- Â¬ dertaking How would such an effort Could it hrjng result with democracy to its ranks any considerable number Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ h 1 1 f Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ of those who now hold opposlto vlows by a continued contest over tho tariff Would republicans In sufficient number desert their party to cut any figure in tho result of tho coming national cam Â¬ paign No one believes It possible It would bo another drawn battle us in tho past nnd ns such would best servo the interests of tho party lead- Â¬ Suppose again a strong third ers party should take the field backed tip with the Knights of Labor and bol h the white and colored Alliances tin Farm ers Mutual Hcnoflt Association nnd other similar orgfcnlzntlons aud sup Â¬ pose thoy should ignore entirely the questlou ol tariff and discuss finance land transportation and othor live questions what would be the result x A 1 t i - fl 81 WASHINGTON WAfllllXdTOS LETTER 23 Rice 44 23 Swango Second dan Sal dam of Coarser 226J Capee T N Barker of this place has invent tain Clay Driftwood and grandma of Mared and has in use one of tiio best and lowe pacer 215 by Canada Chief sire most convenient bee hives that has yet of dams of Governor 230 and Joe Hook er sire of Maud Macey 217 etc been made He will try for a patent Ho will also have some of the honey at Third dam the dam of Sofe that produced Blanche 225K by imp Yorkslme sire the Hazel Green Fair of dam of Ashland Chief sire of Black Cloud 217K- James Elam of Mt Sterling is wheel- Â¬ ing the new drummer W H Nickoll Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred sire of Prince 227 Mi ten miles in 2808M ovr the country They were In our town last week with enough samples to The fee of Favette Wilkes is within the reach of all and lower than that of any set up a store nurse vi tium merit in jvuiuuck Born on the 28th of July to the wife SEASON SIOO of Asa Murphy a girl on July 30th to Mares bred by the season not proving in foal have the usual privilege of return I breed sound highly finished trotters and have the wife of 8 S Dennis a boy for sale high bred colts and fillies out of producing dams by a greater number of prominent sires than any farm in the land For Elmer Hays who has been keeping sale at prices based on actual individual merit For further information see n i j i catalogues which can be had on application Maws kept at regular rates 0 J IHtAUY ASft ifll PiiR LlX flglM Kf company with S J Salyers for the last month U in town the fiscal year ending June 30 1891 con rrgrygrtyjrr yiirytrSrswyqwyqriy Dr J F Lockhart last week bought tain figures that should interest every an extra good horse of R A Childers 1891 1892 intelligent person Tho total value of for 125 our foreign commerce was 1729330800 Little Beulah Thomas of St Helens a much larger amount than it ever reach Â¬ is visiting relatives in town ed beforo in a single year Wo imported Floyd Patrick and family of Virginia WUOLK8ALK AND RKTAIL DKALBRS IN merchandise to tho amount of 844905 are visiting in town 491 and exported 844425405 worth -HIimiI snd Prtparatiry Schiol Tho McKinloy tariff law went into eflect An Important Correction on October 0 1890 and from that time Through a piece of gross carelesnesa FIRST TERM BEGINS AND until Juno 80 1891 a few days less than the card of P R Phillips in our Fair with J M Robinson nino month wo Imported merchandise to catalogue reads MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1891 Co and it should read with Carter tho value of 030200005 against 593 Bros Co We hope all interested Bates of Tuition per Month 709905 during a corresponding period in will note the correction and make due the preceding fiscal year During the allowance for a rush of work night and same period tie value of goods admitted day for a month past S Payable one half on entering School free of duty was 295903665 against Attention V ft L U the other at middle of term 208983878 during tho samotime in the The Tenth Congressional F L U FUEK SCHOLARSHIPS preceding fiscal year More gold was of Kentucky will meet at Jackson -HigSSSSSIglB Any scholars takii g first and second honexported during tho last fiscal year Oiim Breathitt county Ky on tho 24th and im ft m m m ft m it x ors on the courses in the in any singlo year of our history Here 25th of August 1891 Each county will Academy completion of their a free scholarshall be entitled to ship each in Kentucky University A free aro tho figures exported 80303622 send five delegates The officers and scholarship In the Academy will be awarded imported 18246612 Tho total Jmmi standing committees are requested to bo to one pupil from each of the following gration into tho United States during present as a full representation and a mountain counties viz Breahitt Clay ElThe undersigned takes pleasure in announcing that they have just the fiscal year was 655496 against 451 large attendance is desired The County liott Flovd Harlan Johnson Knott Lee rangements with the American Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin Mugoffin Book Company that school 219 tho preceding year the increaso being Union of Breathitt is appointed a com- Menotee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Pow boofes adopted by the State Board of Education at the will enable him to sell the following reduced rates ell and Rowan provided such arrangew largely from the following countries mittee on arrangements V IZ V Arithmetic in Ka V ments have been mada for the competitive Revised Primer RlA Second Arithmetic Italy 23864 Austrla Humrarv 14801 A J Rinoo Eclectic Speller examination b the common school author17 Third Arithmetic 50 First Reader ities or with their consent as shall enable Germany 21122 and Russia including 17 President 10th Cong Dist Union Key to same 50 Second Reader each student of common school grades to 30 High Arithmetic 8T Poland 28245 Stop and think a mo Third Reader compete for the scholarship and the appli 42 Kev to sntnp Entt Notice aad Fnlr Warning 75 ment over these figures it will enlarge Fourth Reader cant therefor shall bear a certificate from 50 McGufleys 1st Eclectic Geography 55 We have heretofore Fifth Reader examiner that he has obtained the high 71 2d Eclectic Geography your ideas of tho immensity of this coun- Â¬ that we will not do notified all persons the mark 1 10 any further credit est Sixth attained upon the examination in 1 auove school pook publication 85 du eclectic Geography 1 M try me We need money to meet our his count business of the American Book Comnanv ore wplllsnnwn standards and we shall at all times have a full supply on hand fo Secretary Foster hm quietly ignored debts and those indebted to us must BOARDING to officer f and not ono cents worth more cred ool books published bv Se AmeHcan PrIcls numeL O1 tho letter recently written by Immigra Â¬ We arc arranging to huild a Dormitory Book Company 137 Street Cincinnati supplied t bo extended to any t low tion Commissioner Owen to Representa us will much as one cent one who owes that will accommodate 30 boarders and will J T DAY C6 Huzef Green Ky as now This is have it ready for occupancy by the opening tivo Niodrlnghas taking the ground that emphatic and final and we will not hon- of school There wjll not he unv more trouble about too high board The cost of Respectfully Welch tin plato workers can be legally or any moro orders board will be the lowest possible T Day Co July 15 J brought to this country undor contract We will be prepared to do better work and has written another letter stating next session than ever before Trllnito of Itpect During the that tho Treasury department can not Died July24th 1891 Martha Lykins summer the school will be supplied with undertako to determine in advanco of wife of J R Lykins of consumption maps charts globes etc etc v wmv m HKf miiiiiiiiiiiMr vhhhk mv r mnv xiimiiiiw You cannot find a better in the tho importation of tin plate workers the in tho 32nd year of her life Funeral mountains of Kentucky Our school are low rates legality of bringing them It is said services were conducted by Rev Wm our methods of teaching Normal Sve keep the Our pu that tho Secretary was very much put Lykins J M Wheeler and Green Stacy abreast with besttide of education We refer pils are our advertisement out by what ho considers Commissioner Tho deceased was the mother of four you to them ALL WORM REMEDIES FOR Owens bad break and that he intimated children threo of whom survive her Hazel Green Is the prettiest town in East YEARS ern Kentucky Tree trom many of ills ol to that gentleman very plainly that a After funeral services she was buried in EVERY BOTTLE CVARANTEED railway towns and those of more popula SOU EVERYWHERE letter of such importance should not fraternity of the F L U composed tion no saloons or harbors of temptation have beeu sont without first being sub Â¬ of the members of Canoy Salom Valley The people- welcome strangers and Intlu MED RKHMPSOM TAYLOR MED CO StlOUIJMO enees for good around them mitted to him Tho outcome of the Low Gap and Poplar Grove sub Unions All boarders will are thrownthe supervision be under matter is to bo a series of regulations The following resolutions were adopted of the teachers Send for catalogues etc supposed to covor everything coming 1 That in the death of sister Lykins WM H CORD under tho alien contract law which it tho fraternity has lost a worthy and May 8 1891 PRINCIPAL is stated aro soon to bo issued by the consistent member tho church a shining KY Treasury department light her husband a loving and affec Â¬ Two other subordinates of Secretary tionate companion her children a kind T Foster havo been overruled by him in a and tender mother EZEI KY little matter upon which they had net 2 we tender our heartfelt sym Â¬ That AMI KKAIKIt IV their hearts Aiwt Secretary Urounse pathy to tho bereaved ones and pray the and Treasurer Noheker It sitina found blessings of heaven to rest upon them the pleasure of holding olllce so gnat 3 That the Iodgo wear tho badge of that they wished their respective sons to mourning for thirty days And Trimmings of All Kinds get a sharo of it ho each of them ap 4 That the IIazm Okkkn HrtAM pointed his son to bo his private secretary ho requested to print these resolutions COFFINS OF AM KI When tho appointments reached the nco and that a copy be furnished to the hus Â¬ than you can buv tliMriminff lm r01m - I i1 rish nHH will deliver eollius cheap lm- a line heaie and retary ho refused to confirm them Then band of the deceased C Lykins President D tho two gentlemen put their heads to J C Skhahti ax Secretary gether and tho result was that Mr O Sebastian Committee Crou use appointed Mr Nebekers son to J be his private secretary ami Mr Nebe Noricn Tho sale of the booth prlvi I KAN r ker reciprocated by appointing Crounses leges of the Harel Green Fair Associa Â¬ mix to be his privato secretary but Sec tion will take place on Wednesday Sept Clocks kxk I retary Foster wasnt to bo caught by any 16 at 2 oclock r m UlTEl AT THIS OFFICE your order Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ four-year-ol- I8M WiukiHgtou lias not had Jmcli it lively week politicully apcakin for montliM n8 the prcMtit one has been and If outward indications count for anything the Blaine boom has suddenly grown into audi pro portionx a to completely overthrow the Harrison boom which han up to this week apparently had the right of way on the Republican track and the predic tion is being freely mado that it is oidy a question of time when Mr Harrion will formally announce the withdrawal of hia name What 1ms brought about this change t Well opinions differ The promlnont Republicans here members of the National Executive committee and others attracted here by the meeting of that committee hold Wednesday oven ing say that there has been no change and that the present situation is the logi- Â¬ cal outcome of the almost universal de Â¬ mand of the rank and filo of the Republican party that Blaine bo the nominee others say that the actions of certain Re- Â¬ publicans favorablo to Mr Harrison in helping to spread misrepresentations of Mr Blaines actions and health has done the work I cannot say which if cither of these opinions is correct but the fact remains that whllo Mr Blaine according to those who are certainly in a position to speak for him will not be a candidate he will do nothing to prevent his being nominated and if the nomination comes to him without effort on his part he will accept it That is all his friends wanted and thoso Republicans hero this week including the National Executive com Â¬ mittee appear to be all his friends and all certain that he will be tho nominee Well wo shall see Statistics are not usually interesting to the average reader but the statements mado this week by the Treasury Bureau of Statistics of the foreign commerce and Immigration of the United States for Â¬ Â¬ July such deal an that and he again vetoed the two appointment A reciprocity treaty with Han Domin Â¬ go has been agreed Upon and will go Into effect September 1 The rcsignatli ns of Senator Quay chairman and Col W W Dudley treasurer of the Republican National com- Â¬ mittee were accepted by the Executive committee and J S Clarkson was elect Â¬ ed chairman and instructed to appoint a treasurer Mr Quay lias also resigned his place on tho National committee which removes him from national politic Â¬ Ashland Park Stallions for 1891 BERMUDA record trial- Yearling exhibition UtfJJft 5874 two-year-o- ld FAYETTE WILKES H20 3 Trial Oe Â¬ Â¬ WEST CLOUD 5195 foaled March 31 third heat fouryearold record 222 five year old 220 fourth heat Muck horse 22i d 224 183i entirely Weak new Malaria Indigestion and Biliousness take imk WW von thk moon It cure quickly medicine HKOWNg IKON HITTEnS MORGAN COUNTY For sale by all dealers Id Get the genuine tool KrolutlniiM The election passed off quietly at this place Below I give a part of the ma Â¬ a23K Oambetta 22J The King 229 Outlaw 2 29K Pearl 230 First dam Sally Hamlet winner of jority vote Fourth dam Jesse by Thomas Jefferson Hamlet Stakes in 1875 by Hamlet 4 For the new Constitution He is a beautiful black with right hind A V Pantllnd sire of Loretta F 218 Â¬ two-year-o- i inches high foal Bay horse 13 hands Bred at Ashland Park 3 inches high foal Sired by BANKER 4144 ed May 3 1878 The Own brother to Lysandcr Mire of JLvsander handsomest son of Watt 2245 William Kearney Uov220 his great sire and HMtf 2nJlfc lvsander Chief First dam lnttle Intchen trial 2lSraiidam the handsomest of or Chestnut Wilkes 220 by Mambrino any trotting bred Intchen sire of the dams ofOny Wilkes horse in the United 213lfl Antral 218 Rosa Wilkes 21SK Kl States vira 2184 Cleora 218 Houri 217 and 2 other in theJ230 list Second dam Mainly by Stanhopes Blood Sind bj Giorji Wllkis Hawk Hire of dam of Alruont 227M and A Icy Wilkes 226 Third dam Puttie by Downings Vermont Sire of Harry Wilkes 2135 Guv Wilkes Wil 215K Mike Wilkes pacer 215 sire of the dam of Kniuma 2 21 Mnmbrino So So 21K Wilcox pacer son 210 Hruce 240M Ire of Kit Crry218K Bell 2ltfK Komi Wilkes 218 Wilton S19K Wilton 225 Gills Vermont sire of Bon Joe Bunker 21J Flora Wilkes pacer ner Bov 223 and sire of the dams of Abel 2 1K Tom llogers 220 etc 224 Col Bradshaw 220 Ncllv L - 2231- - 17 his Out of the dam of Black Cloud 217 sire out of the dam of Wilson 2lti4 Bay horse ISM ed June 11 15 1883 hands Ashland Park Bred at 2fiS Sired by AHDALLAH WEST Sire of Wilkin 227 First dam the dam of Black Cloud 217 by Pilot Walker pacer Second dam the Cluke pacing mare 222 -- Â¬ Kotk Abdallah West 2583 by Allie West 1st dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson by Clark Chief 2d dam Ohio by 2lo American Clay 3d dam brought from Ohio and represented to be by Browns Bellfoiiu der Abdallah West died at six years old He was the most promising colt ever bred West Cloud Is a rich mahogany bay 15 hands 2 inches with black mane and tail and black legs extending above knees ami He is a powerfully built horse for hocks Ids height and has the most finished set of feet and legs its possible to get on a hore he gave of any breed As u evidence of being possessed of remarkable speed as with little handling he trotted a half mile in 118 1 5 and miles in his work in 24iM- - At three years old he was not trained owing to a very severe attack of He also done no work on the pink As a track as a he was jogged and trained lightly more for tin purpose of ascertaining if he was entirely recovered than with a view of testing his speed In a few months he trotted n full mile in 238 and half in 115 This season 1890 he served a few mures of my own and was not put to work until September and He his improvement was most remarkable repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and I am fully convinced he will with a seasons training trot in 220 I will let him serve 20 mares season of 1891 outside of ten of my own at 850 THE SEASON money due at time of service or before removal of mare The usual return privilege is given to return mare in 1892 should she not get in foal two-year-o- ld Brown 4 Hargis 54 ankle white stands 15 hands high and is a perfect horso all over having both bone and substance combined with the form and finish characteristic of the cross be so well represents viz Hambletouian sire and Mambrino Patchen dam This cross stands as the very Wt because public perforraanccs have demonstrated its value Of Its many representatives not one is the superior of Bermu da for not one has demonstrated the same ability to train on from year to year begin ning in the yearling form none are better bred or better looking Asa sire he is of course untried his first colts being foaled in 188 now yearlings Judged at this age no stallion ever sired more uniform natural gnited cojts with speed unprecedented He will stand for mares season of 181l at 2QOTO INSURE the money to be paid as follows 100 at the time of service and the other 100 when the mare proves in foal Being limited to 30 outside mares parties wishing to breed to him had better book their mares early Â¬ Â¬ Lady M 223 220Kj Truro pacer 222 Leontine 23K Brookside Flora 229 and the dams of Thornlcss 218K Cvclone and Graceful 225 223M Granby225 Humletta 22iK d five-year-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS FFyyyyn V55iY HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY lfMWt AST PAPER 4 HANGINGSNo 32 West - INTERIOR DEG0RATI0NS Fourth Street CINCINNATI SIOO 150 and 200 VoHELrtJiur jss 0 Â¬ r Â¬ Afc J5SdhJTfULjCJ J Â¬ GHBAPEK SGH00L BOOKS rc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pupB Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ WHITES has led Si CREAM VrRMIFUtf 20 Â¬ flit F CAPP Jewcltr J 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