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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald Of a Noisy World With Nows From All Nations Lumbring at His Back 100 A YEAR Always In Advance sbvextiVyiuar fit i HAZEL iREEtf WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH TO THE VOTERS A OUR LAMENTED ul 18 1802 DEAD NUMBER 52 NO PAY NO 3 We Hodii the Loss of Profi s JKKAT FIFTY IKNTS ON TJIE DOLLAR SALE GIOTHINR Wo are going to January 1st mike mhiio improvements in our stoic room aftor The contract is signed and sealed with the contractors consequently we are compelled to sell our stock or pack it away Wo pro- for selling it at a sacrifice Every suit of Clothes every Overcoat every Pair of Pants marked in plain figures We will just split them in half Tlii means f0 cents on the dollar The cheapest sale of fine ready made Clothing in Kentucky Our business is not conducted by fakes and guessing schemes The man thats selling watch chains on the street corner for si throwing in a watch just to show his generosity needs watching IJunco Steorers Razzle Dazzle tricksters and green goods sharps always promise great returns from small investments Intelligent minds are on to the racket and take no stock in such liu in buggery lis value they want tin Toittli CoiiKroHNlotml District Tho sudden striking down at liis post of duty of tho lamented Mr Kendall will render it necessary for tho Demo crats of tins Congressional District to hold at a very early day u convention to nominate u candidate at the special It is not yet election to fill the vacancy known when nor where this convention will be held hut the time will necessarily be short and it will be impossible for any candidate to sec all the people I take this method of announcing my candidacy to you Clark county has al ways been content to render her valiant service to whomsoever her sister counties might put forward for this great office Only once Yus she had an aspirant and he did not succeed to the nomination Her people feel that after all these years of fidelity to the chosen sons of other counties they have some claims which the Democracy of the district will recogr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nize Â¬ Situated as we are at the very gateway to all tho district there is not one county in all the sisterhood in the development of which wc aro not deeply and vitally interested and I promise if elected to this great position that I will waste no opportunity which ollbrs to develop and build up this magnificent domain of counties The great work so ably faithfully and industriously undertaken by the dead Congressman ought to fall into hands that will earnestly carry it forward to its legitimate completion The beautiful sym metry of his work ought to be preserved to the end No local prejudices ought to be allowed to mar any of the undertakings which he had put forward in bo half of any person or community I promise that if elected I will earnestly labor to finish his work not spoil it As to my Democracy and faithfulness to my party I refer you to the people of my own county who have honored me with tho most important county office in their gift by probably the largest majority ever given in tho county I have stood in the midst of every political fray since I became a voter and have unfal teringly oflcrcd battle to every enemy of Democracy and tho people I have never failed to heed the cry of Democratic dis- Â¬ tress whether it came from my own people or from those doing desperate battle with the enemy elsewhere If elected I will serve the people faith- Â¬ fully honestly and industriously I will give them all my time and the appeal of the humblest dweller in all this district will not go unheeded M C Lislis Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 100 CENTS WORTH OF GOODS FOR 100 CENTS IN CASH Is what wc give the people But at this sale OH THE DOLLAR Â¬ 100 CENTS WORTH AT 50 CENTS Every article in our establishment is ticketed at the lowest price possible The stamp of durability is on every garment It vou ltavo not dealt with us ask your neighlior who has We invite you to our store feeling assured that you will be pleased with our garments aud satislied with the matchless values wo oiler L C STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS KENTUCKY 6 DKST IN at Wnstllb Tho Funeral OnrttK--llurloily or Hun Wlek Kendall Tho remains of our lamented friend Congressman J W Kendall were ac Â¬ companied from Washington by tho fam- Â¬ ily and Senator Iasco of Florida Sena Â¬ tor Warren of Wyoming Representative Fellows of New York Representa Â¬ tive Long of Texas Representative llolknap of Michigan Kepiesentative H S Yoder Pay n tor of Kentucky s Sergeaiit-at-ArmM M Robinson and Assistant Sergeant at Arm and the burial took place at West Liberty on Friday The funerar cortege which left Mooro head on Thursday consisted of hearse fifteen carriages and fifty horsemen J Wick Kendall was born mi Morgan county Juno 2 IS01 Like most of the inhabitants of the mountain country he was passionately attached to the land of his birth and lived in tho same county all his life His father Rev Allen Kendall moved to Texas many years ago and died there Wick Kendall was educated in the common schools of tho county and attended the academy at Owingsvillc one term Ho studied law under the lato William Panics and was elected County Attorney and was re elected at the expi- Â¬ ration of his first term When the war broke out he espoused the cause of the South and was Adjutant of the Tenth Kentucky Cavalry commanded by his brother-in-laCol Jack Mays now of Virginia Directly after the close of the war he was elected to rep- Â¬ resent the counties of Morgan and Rowan in the Legislature and was again elected in 1859 He also served hi circuit ns Commonwealths Attorney for six years He had two sons and two daughters Mrs Kendall is a daughter of tho lato Joe Davidson of Prestonburg She is also a cousin of the lamented Judge John M Elliott whoso tragic death caused such h sensation a few years ao Mr Kendall was twice before within a hair breadth of securing the Democratic nom Â¬ ination for Congress Lust year he was nominated and elected by a largo mr- 1 Â¬ Â¬ 5 Â¬ Â¬ w PAPER 1 1 - IpF -- To must insist on collecting A subscriptions in advance meet our expenses wo Your Subscription Expire ami your renewal Is earnestly solicited or if you wish to discontinue send balance due us at the ratu of 8fic n month ALL un paid subscriptions will be dropped from our bunks March 18 mid the accounts be placed in an officers hands for collection Thanking you for past patronage and so liciting your continued Kood will I am Rcspcctfiiliv vours HPliNCKK COOPER - 189 Â¬ Â¬ JO M KENDALL ENDORSED Proceedings of tlio Morgan County VIIIUIIII Con- Â¬ jority LEXINGTON MOST IN QUAKT1TX qiALITT tablersdii WORMS bugkeyeOLC WHITES GREAH VERMIFUGE Has lod all Worm Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEFD rrrpirtdb OINTMENT CUBES NOTHING BUT PILES A SURE FrfpirdlijItlllUHUSOVTAVLOHWKD FOR 20 YEARS liiiii Kitchen Kngltsh AT THE SOLD EVERYWHEREHTLOCIS IlItlUnDSOSTAYLOIt MED CO mkhshhbbm nam and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 years astho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES CO bT LOUIS FBNIWe Lexington Ky No 12 W Short Street Itegulnr Menls 25 Cents Meals to Order at All Hours Urcukfust from 5 a m to A M Dinner from 10 a m to 3 r M Supper from r v r to i i m Oys tors Lamb Fries Fili Chickens and Quails n specialty Open from 5 a m to 12 1 pm CUS LUICART Proprietor I IAJSEL GREEN KY UNDERTAKER AND DKAIKIt IN C0FFINSCASKETS And Trimmings of All Kinds fSuT am prepared to furnish on short notice and at low prices COFFINS OF ALL KINDS AND SIBS from tliu cheapest to the very finest 1 can furnish coffins cheaper thin von can buy the triinniings Price of Collins from 5 up I have a fine hearse and will deliver coffins cheap flYM TTHNTT jn i KJ - FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED Very respectfully c very lowcai prices My arrangements are bucIi that I can furnish Tombstones or Monument from any kind of Marble or flriinlte and Ht the J V IJlWO A Mournful Itword No section of tho Stato can show a or Hon 1 XV Kuiiilnll sadder official record than death has The death of Hon made in Eastern Kentucky within less Wick Kendall than twenty years First Judge John Congressman from tho Tenth District M Elliott of the Court of Appeals fell which occurred in Washington caused dead on our streets at the hands of an much regret here in Frankfort where ho assassin afterwards sentenced to death was well known He had but juat en Â¬ and later declared insane Judge Rich- tered upon his Congressional career but ard Reid of Mt Sterling of the Supe- all reports from Washington agree that rior Court died by his own hand Sena ho was rapidly becoming familiar with tors Joseph Gardner R M Pieratl and his duties and bado fair to become an ef John S Ilargis died while in the perfor- Â¬ ficient Representative His death was tho result of a slroko of apoplexy from mance of their official duties Congress iIiiiIkh I Isle Kndormil man W P Taulbeo was killed in Wash Â¬ which he never sufficiently recovered to The Clay City Chronicle has the fol ington Judge Van li Young of the resognizo those about him His family lowing strong endorsement of Judge M Superior Court was scarcely at rest in hud accompanied him to Washington C Lisle of Winchester for Congress tho grave before Congressman J W and wero with him at tho time of his Hon Marcus Lisle of Winchester is Kendall followed him It is a mournful death Frankfort Capital being urged by his numerous friends to record which all will hopo may never bo Still Harping on Capital lUunoval become a candidate for the seat in Con Â¬ ropeatcd elsewhere Frankfort Capital Representative May of Lexington gress made vacant by tho death of the la Tim Iliiruhl hi Virginia last week introduced u bill entitled An mented J W Kendall Hon Itodnoy brzxcrn Cool Kit Dear Sir Find act to remove the seat of government of Haggard who was among tho leading enclosed f0 cents in stamps for which the Commonwealth of Kentucky from candidates at the convention which nom please send to my address your valuable tho city of Frankfort nnd locuto it ut in a ted Mr Kendall has as wo learn de paper the Hazki Ghikx IIhuaij for such placo in the Commonwealth na clined to bo a candidate his professional may six months rcccivo the highest number of votes cast business demanding his entire time It will be such a pleasure to hear the ut tho general election to bo held iu No- Â¬ Judge Lisle is one of tho most popular weekly news of my Hazel Green friends vember 1893 and deserving men In Eastern Kentucky and acquaintances Hoping I will re- Â¬ an able lawyer an upright citizen and a ceive it regularly aud with best wishes Here is an epitaph which will cnuso gentleman in all that tho uamo implies for Mrs Cooper and yourself I am very businessmen to do some thinking Hero If the Democracy should select him for Ilea the bones of John Jones Eacj for- Â¬ Mns WM II John respectfully its candidate his election is a foregone merly u merchant of thin city Ho died Tacoma Vn March 10 92 conclusion While we arc not advised as in tho 80th year of his age loved and HIib Wants It Onw a Weuk to who may be before the convention Miss Mary May re Â¬ respected by all who knew him but tho Mn Editor and have no desiro to forestall public devil of it was nobody knew himho opinion our personal knowledge of Judgo quested mo to writo to you to have her didnt advertise Lisle is such iw to satisfy us that tho paper sent to Towles Dacotah which Nueces In WHltou Ky party will make no inistnke should he bo place sho intends making her futuro home She says she vim in t do without J C Robinson of Walton writes I selected as the standard bearer an alio wants to hear from her old have just removed a knot from a horse it Texas Heard lroi neighborhood once a week She left here leg that was left from a hurt The leg Enclosed please find f0 El Hkkam on tho 8th inst Her friends hero re is now perfectly smooth and natural I cents for which pleaso send mo Tun grettcd very much to sec her leave aud have a very high regard for Qulnua Oint HitfiAM for six months I am well sat wish for her much plcasuro in her new ment which lifts accomplished fUe above isfied in Texas My oats ro growing Sold by Rose result home Fiu Hikiiv Jones well and I am nearly done planting corn Mt OHvpt March 9 92 Tilth hair may ha thickened wwkhiilr With lovo to all my old friends I am yours truly The beard may bo colored brown or strengthened and the color restored to T J SteV KNSon v Igray hair by lutnjj Ayera Hair Vlor black by nuckinghiimn Dye Pearl Texas March 1 02 Atnmccfingof the Democracy of Mor gan County held in the Court house in West Liberty Ky on March 14 189J R F Elaiu was chosen Chairman and Judge O J McKinzio Secretary On motion of John P Salyer tho fol Â¬ lowing resolutions wero adopted Resolved That wc deeply deplore thesud den and untimely death of our beloved es teemed and distinguished fellow cltizen John W Kendall who was an honest man a true friend ami unswerving Democrat a faithful Representative of tho people and above and beyond all a Christian gentle man who without a single premonition met the King of Terror while clad in the whole armor ot pure Democracy of which he was a living exponent in all his walks while in the service of this people their Kepiesentative in tho Congress of the Uni ted State Resolved That we know none more wor thy or deserving of the reception of tho mantle of the lamented deceased than his bright genial energetic and popular son Joe M Kendall of the county of Floyd who is no equipped ready debater n true and faithful Democrat a sober discreet and honest citizen who the Democracy take de Â¬ light in joining the county of Floyd in com incudiiii to the Democracy of this Congres Â¬ sional District as being in every way worthy of filling the unexpired term of his lamented father Resolved That the Morgan Messenger and all the Democratic papers of this Congres sional District be and are hereby requested to publish these proceedings Resolved That this meeting adjourn siuo die R F Riam Chairman O J MoKknziu Secretary Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lnth Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J A1 -- Hazel Green HAZEL GREEN t Herald KY SPENCER COOPER PufelUbtr GIRLS IN KNICKERBOCKERS nnd wearing tho trousers which women think arc tho materialized form of a mans privileges Several of these cares the world knows of and otliers it sus Â¬ pects Jt knows very well though of course it doesnt Introduce tho subject whun drinking a cup of tea with a fair onethat girls often dress In their brothers clothes In tho nineteenth century to dress In ones brothers clothes Is to bo a dress re- Â¬ former and where Maiden Auntie pooh pooh and blush used to 5x4 in she her handkerchief now seeks the privacy of her maiden apartments and revels in he freedom of she calls them knickerbockers Eva Is Eve nineteenth eonturyfled is up to dale and has all the modern im Â¬ provements She of course mldud the wearing of trousers to tho repertoire of heriads and when I called tho other morning she told me all about It His mistress was in said tho lackey with a smile made up of tho recollection of past tips and the anticipation of tips to come My dear said Eva rushing up un- Â¬ til the scent of the white lilac upon me mingled with that of t violet upon Â¬ Femininity IiihIhIh on Honiotlmi H WmrliiK Itn Urotlicirs tlotlw Kvcr hlnco Eve put women into bub jretlon nnd petticoats thoy liuvo been kicking Somo of their hicks the world has heard of nucli uh MIbh Joan of Arc who Infilled on being Mr Joan of trc Iulr The war is over but what has become of the plumed knight James G Blaine Tho gazette is silent concerning him but tho supposition is that he lies on tho field wounded Tho war was Tracys and llarrisons Mr Maines political stock in trade for nearly twenty years has been an Impression in the public mind that ho was the un Â¬ yielding advocate of a vigorous for Â¬ eign policy He has never done any Â¬ thing but unpack his heart with words but he is esteemed audacious and tho impression was accepted as tho fact Mr Harrison does not seem to have discovered that Mr lllaino is a fighting When tho test canio tho American great jingo was not James but Hon jamin Tho Hlaiuc anchor has gone to tho windward as usuaU Mr lUalno may bo well pleased with his tempo Â¬ Whon rary eclipse Ho is cunning ho saw Harrison committed to an ox tronio of protection ho throw out sug Â¬ gestions of reciprocity and when overwhelming disaster boro upon tho ex Â¬ Tho smallest boy froquonty golH treme protectionists he was accounted the blggfit spanking a bolomon for wisdom 1hero arc moro Â¬ her I was just thinking about you Eva has such an orderly way of think ing and I want to toll you something How do you like my drcfs Eva was gowned very becomingly She knew tho trick just learned by us women tho other day of expending all the dressmakers art upon the skirt and letting tho bodice take care of itself The lines of beauty below the waist re Â¬ vealed themselves equally in action or repose and Eva was just such a senti ent being as the correct costumcr loves to turn out An edgo of fur round the skirt rested bowitchingly on the top of her tiny shoes that peeped out and out not unlike the mico tho poet talked about A dainty pink silk blouse waist that low fell at the throat though slightly bound in by a linen collar com Â¬ pleted tho toilet Linen cuffs stood out from the wrist and showed a warm rounded arm Eva had lost her hair by love or fever and it had come in with every hair having a contrary opinion of its own Now said this clurming young damsel rest you my love and drink a cup of chocolate Ill be with you in a minute Halloo cried I in astonishment a moment after Whero did Eva get And bless me hes the new buttons pretty enough to fall in love with Tho now buttons was crossing tho drawing room Such a buttons Such a boy What a card for Eva all her girl friends will die to visit her often and how that boy will bo made love to I thought as he came nearer Ho was arrayed in the richest of coffee brown plush knickerbockers embroid Â¬ ered up the sides with bright colored silks and finished at the knees with of ribbons bows llrown silk stockings continued from there down and wove finished with daintily made shoes that some- Â¬ looked a bit effeminate how Traveling up again there was an ex ceedingly girlish waist of plush silk Hnished with white linen cuffs and col- Â¬ lars and a brown velvet toquo crown ing a mass of shades ot our grand Â¬ mothers it was Evas self Now my dear said Eva sitting down and crossing her knees as though she had done so from time immemorial dont got hysterical You see dear Â¬ est I always liked boys clothes and I came to the conclusion somo time ago that there was no reason why I uiouldnt enjoy myself by myself in the waj myself most enjoyed If the Lord had intended us to bo dressed in one piece as wo have been orroneously ovor since tho creation He wouldnt have made us in two pieces dont ton see 1 read I loaf receive my ii friends I live in the bosom of my fain in all the glorious freedom of knicke bookers and when somebody conies in whom I dont know or whom I dont trust that skirt you saw is put on in an Instant and J am once more cabined cribbed confined bound in said I weakly Hut Eva what Good gracious your lovorV about there is Harry Let she screamed nie got out of here before ho sees me I wouldnt oh I wouldnt for worlds And that ho should know about this nit dashed tho pretty boy coming back almost instantly arrayed In the becoming privacy of her skirts nnd with no traces of the lato outburst ex Â¬ cept a lovely guilty blush upon her cheeks Hurry was announced ImmeAs Eva sat down sho de diately muroly withdrew a tempting1 little shoe tip Poor Harry never guessed what a revolution that littlo Hkirt con- Â¬ cealed Fooling1 1 was In tho third per- Â¬ son plural number objective case gov- Â¬ erned bytho imperatlvo necessity of tho Ratd adieu Pittsburgh DIs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 time past Within sixty days thorc have been three meetings of tho republican state central committee and two of an organization of republican e lit ors called together under state central committee auspices to agree upon and formulate an editorial party policy whatever that may be and to arrange and prepare for the shipment of politi- Â¬ cal plate matter marked ofllctnl At none of these meetings lias there been any effort at concealment of the fact that the party is in a critical condition That fact indeed has been stated as the cause for tho frequency of the meetings themselves and in stating it the party orators have urged both perfect harmony and thorough organiza Â¬ tion as indispensable requisites to the avoidance of disasters It is strange in view of this condition of things in the greatest republican state next to Pennsylvania that democrats who style themselves practical politicians should shut thoir eyes to the inviting conquest of the northwest and insist upon an adherence to the old combina tions which have so often invited de feat and so rarely brought success to the party Politicians can read with interest and profit the proceedings of all of these meetings of frightened republic aus in the state of Lincoln and Grant If they read them with wisdom and un derstanding they cannot fail to see that the party is attempting to deceive that large body of voters who left it in 18110 on the issue of personal liberty which it had itself raised by its enact ment of the odious and un American In compulsory education law of 1881 tho campaign of 1810 when attacked on their position on the question the republican leaders made a great show of conviction and courage in refusing to abandon or qualify it They mis- Â¬ took democracy enough to believe that they could stampede democrats away from their party by false and per- Â¬ nicious kuownolhiug cries The elec- Â¬ tion returns proved conclusively that democrats are always and everywhere foes of oppression and friends of the oppressed and Illinois republicanism found itself deserted by thousands of men who had hitherto contributed to its victories in the state Even under defeat these men of many unearned victories failed to comprehend the situation They attributed to transitory and inconsequential causes what was due to permanent and im- Â¬ portant ones When the democrats in tho last assttinbly attempted to replace the tyrannical republican law with one more in harmony with popular in- Â¬ stitutions the republican majority in the senate united in its opposition and defeated it leaving in the statutes of the state an educational force bill with all its oppressive features retained and with the power to close school houses still lodged In the hands of school trustees Since that bold defiance of the aroused spirit of freedom in the state the republican leaders have heard something It is a storm and they know it is coming Thoy still have their convictions but their moral courage has entirely deserted them in the knowl edge that a great body of voters whose support has alwuys been necessary to their success is gone out of the party driven out rather by oppression and that tho men who compose it have abandoned the republican party forever not only on state but national lines Republican trepidation in the face of such a crisis is expressed by nearly all tho speakers in these prayer-mootin- g now being led by Long Jones The unanimous expression of tho speakers is that the party must come down It must abandon its high and lofty attitude and take the back track in tho platform soon to be adopted at Springfield It is desperation which leads men to believe that having add ed Insult to Injury by refusing to even amend at one session the obnoxious law passed at another the republican party can now call back the voters who are leaving it by a hollow and hypo Â¬ critical platform declaration It has invited defeat and it must take it St Louis Republic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DEATH STRUGGLE Republican Lender Preparing for n Su- Â¬ preme Kllort Tho republican party in no othor Rcotion of the country sliows as many signs of terror not to say panic as it nas been exhibiting in Illinois for s mc A Ml It rno an points on too line Mil uckciswih bo on sale and good going Fobuarv iind to ii8th inc and good returning until March viJnd Fur rates and full int if been dealt a telling blow In the na Â¬ ination call on ornddrcssany C II D tional house of representatives Tho R R Agent great democratic majority as it should You about a phys- Â¬ lias placed itself fairly and squarely icians cant prove anything the number of smoking hablis by on the side of honest methods and re- cigarette cases ho has on hand Eluilra trenchment in governmental expenses Gazette There is something in the very sound Tho Only Ono Kver Irliited Cau You Ilnd of tho words subsidy and bounty Hid Word that grates upon the oar of most Amer Â¬ There Is a 3 inch display advertisement icans Even the incessant beating of In this paper thLs week which has no two tom toms in praise of this essentially words alike except one word Tho sumo is now ono foreign policy has failed to win over to true ot eachDr llarterappearing each week from Tho Medicino Co This its support even the small contingent house places a Crescent on everything of Mclvinleyite nominees for congress they make and publish Look for it hciiu thorn the name or and they which escaped the memorable tidal return you book tho word lithographswill or beautiful 1SD0 wave of November samples free Neither Mr Harrison nor Mr Blaine When a both of whom are known as devotees largo juloy tailors bill is backed up by a lawyer it becomes an ultimatum to the subsidy and bounty heresies can Minneapolis Journal find food for comfort in the figures A MTKittitY man becomes a nobleman of the vote on the Holtuan resolution opposing tho creation of favored when he is birunof ideas Lowell Courier classes of every kind There were re LlPK has been n burden to mo for the corded in its favor two hundred and pastf0 years on account of great suffering twenty nine votes while only forty from very sevens and frequent headaches 1 for 1112 Bradyerotme members less than half the small am now a new has done wondersproclaim tho man and shall strength of the republican side of the merits ol your medicine to all I can reach house recorded themselves in oppo- Goorgo P Fowler Attorney at Law Pal atka Flo sition Hoi It was a notable success for Mr We hear about bearding tho man and the democratic cause All male lions aio usually bearded by liou but nature attempts to explain away the lack of Pittsburgh Chronicle republican opposition must react upon I have been occasionally troubled with the heads of the republican leaders ir in each congress To seek to minimize the sig Coughs and Tnocnuscase have used Uitowxs Buovciiiai winch havo never nifieanee of that paltry vote of fortj failed and I must say they are second to Felix A May Cathier is simply to throw the greatest dis- none in the world credit upon the partys alertness and St Paul Minn appreciation Phopm arc scarce who are satisfied with There is great significance in what is their next door neighbor s religion Rams a manifest though silent revolt in the Horn republican minority in congress against BrKCHAMs Pius will euro wind and pain those twin relics of autocratic govern- Â¬ In tho stomacn giddiness fullness dizi ment the subsidy and the bounty aoss drowsiuoss chills and loss ot appetito Nowhere will this significance be more A Stamp Bur Tho stamp of keenly appreciated than at tho white a gentleman Sou Cant Week Onco a house and in the private office of the Ir you want to bo cured of a cough use secretary of state Boston Globe Hales Honey of Horchoiind and Tar Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute P O I N TE DPA R A GRA P H S It is not at all likely that New It is tho sweet buy and buy at tho can- Â¬ York will ever again present the an- Â¬ dy shops all the time Op no account without a vico the caromaly of a democratic state misrepre- Â¬ r sented by two republican senators N penter I Minneapolis convention Machlavclli in tho state department counts per-Â¬ haps upon tho incvitablo reaction in tho public mind against the bravado of a president looking for a rcnomlnatlon Just what tho relations existing be tween tho president and Ulalno aro tho public can only guess How It Is that a candidate for tho presidential nomi nation owing his seat in the cabinet to the favor of tho president can remain there passes ordinary understanding Maine appears to bo a perfunctory oflicer Tho president does not trust him yet knowing his popularity with the republican party seeks to imitate his methods and blunders greatly to tho satisfaction apparently of the sec- Â¬ retary who stands ready to profit by these blunders If Harrison suffers by reason of this political family condition ho has him- Â¬ self to blame Knowing full well the character of Illaine ho gave him chief place in his cabinet If having sowed the wind he reaps the whirlwind thero need be no sympathy for him Chicago Times AGAINST SUBSIDIES T Â¬ Â¬ 1 than four months to the date of tho Tho rciulurn of this paper will ho pleased to loam l hat l hoi o la at least one dreaded disease that sclcuco lias been nolo in all lis stages and that is Catarrh Hall s Cntarili Curt is tho only positive euro known to the medical fraternity Catarrh helnu a constitutional disease requires a SHOO Howard S100 toe0 SfEiSi constitutional ticntinent Halls tfjtanh directly Cure Is taken internally acting es or tho upon tho blood and mucous surra system thercoy dest i o Ing tho foundation of tho dlousc and giving tuo patient strength by building ip tho constitution and agisting nature In doing its work flicÂ¬ proprietors havo so much faith in Its cura tive power that they oiler One Hundred Dollars for any oubo that it fails to euro Bend for Its ol testimonials CHENEY Co Toledo O Address F EgTSold by Druggists 70c 1 cX Wiiin cliildi on continue tanking a noiso havo been told to ho still It 1b evident they will not take sound advice artcr tlie liea Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant nnn riiKrruiNcrc A young woman being asked by a politician which party she was and refreshing to tho taste and acta most in favor of replied thai she pieteried gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys a wedding party Once a Week Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys unu Murtll JniH Kates I 1 1 Tho Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton tn i tjif1 ft t nnn twwi fill iitt lt 1111iM round trip excursion rates to tho Now Orleans Mardi Gras from Toledo and The Grout Democrntio Majority Doc lures Tor Honest Methods Corruption and extravagance have Â¬ tern effectually dispels colds head- Â¬ aches and fevers nnd cures lutbitual Syrup of Figs is tho constipation only remedy of its kiud over pro- Â¬ duced pleasing to tho taste and ac- Â¬ ceptable to tho stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeablo substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo mado it tho most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading drug- Â¬ gists Any reliablo druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any eubstitute CALIFORNIA FIG CYRUP CO Â¬ SAN FRANCISCO LOUISVILLE KY CAL NEW YORK NY FOR Â¬ Â¬ 1 PUtr Melon 1 1 JKK 1UHCC 1 PUg Tomato In orrior in lntrodnpo mv flnionrild jTifl IVOltTHKUN 1KOWNNCEUS ovcrvwiicro 1 oner dosidmu IdS G lSh I V Vh catnlostPrlco Â¬ nmi Unest rinwerHced JcamioBS1 i iintcuinno untfcr50c 0000 Acre ued Ilontii v f uyjia Spcclnl Price puWUUeO rr iniDrinniuiiuuu riant and Seed Catalog LA CROSSE WIS Catalog and obo vo 9 TUgs 17c JOHN A SALZER rtTO BVKAU THIS MILHomj ueh jou ntlt P Â¬ BUNTING When you buy Flags you want the best Government Standard is the best the largest flag dealers in the U S are G W SIMAONS CO Oak Hall Boston Mass Dealers in Military Uniforms Write for a Flag- Catalogue - M Â¬ Y World It is a mean thing for manufac Â¬ turers to pop up and say they wrote certain parts of the Mclvinley bill Tho country prefers to believe that Mr Mclvinley wrote it all except what Mr Blaine put in Louisville Courier FLAGS rr i tt ccQebdQ MANY LIRE THESE MCnOAl ia HbUKAklilA KflWdMH Journal Since Mr is Cleveland Bcthany Mo Aug 4 1833 WHAT Tho Arivoruto OF BLAINE of n Vigorous ImitoIkii In Sklent Policy PjjjjF not He will let the country pick tho candidates and if the democratic party picks him lie will serve Other- Â¬ wise lie will remain in private life a sterling democrat and a good citizen Kansas City Times In 1SS8 the democratic national ticket on a platform of radical tariff reform carried the country on the popular vote by a majority exceeding 100000 In 1SD0 on tho same platform it swept tho country If tho democracy stands by its colors this year thero need bo no fear that it will meet with any misadventure jn Novombor Indianapolis Sentinel If tho New York republican or- Â¬ gans want a text for a homily upon gerrymandering let them look to Ohio where tho representatives of their part are cutting tho map up Into a Chinese puzlo or a crazy quilt in the endeavor to make sixteen sure repub Â¬ lican congressional districts out of twenty one If President Harrison did not protest against this sort of thing what had ho in mind Perhaps it is only democratic gerrymandering that N V World is wicked In his view President Harrison would have been much stronger as a republican candidate for rcolection if lie had made as much of an effort to demonstrate that tho United States revenue olllcials shall be respected in tho transaction of their official duties by the moonshiners of tho solid south and protected in tho dischargo of tho o duties as he is making tp compel Chill to make repara- Â¬ tion for murdering tho marines of tho Moro rovenuo ofilcials llalttmoro havo been murdered by moonshiners in tho solid south during Harrisons ad- Â¬ ministration than tho number of Amer- Â¬ ican sailors killed by tho Chilians but yet no offort has over been mado by tho administration to punish the mur- Â¬ derers of thoso ofilcials Iowa State Register Rep Â¬ that he was a candidate he will hardly come out to notify the country that ho never said Suffered for years with ncu ralgta but was finally cured by St Jacob3 Oil t T B SHEIIER Constatitinc Was troubled 30 ycara Mich Feb 101887 wmt jajns jn tie aci- - from strain in bed for weeks at a time no relief from other remedies About 8 years ngo I bought St Jacobs Oil nnd mado about 11 applications have been well and f trongever since Have done all kinds of work and can lift us much as ever No return of pain in ycara D M llEAUICK QPRABMfi DKUIobOa tj0 iacj- - stairs of my residence in tho darkness and was bruised badly in my hip and side Buffered severely St Jacobs Oil completely WM C HARDEN M cured mc IX Member of Stnte Legislature ITU- - A Ho IX XVVVW -- i IthoHorcH Pnapturori CREAM BALM lransrfl tho ELYS A liny rain ami Jnlliunuiutloii ItestoroH TiiRto and Small Nnnall IIuhIbI anil Cures 8DimV fflmmvsvA 1 fA CtnUtZfrtT rtV JRM uc urumuj ur uy maiu Apply into tha AoetHli Gives ltcllof at onco for Cold in lloml It is Quickly Alorbtd iux im B ou V arrcn8tNY The mallc8t PU1 in tho World aro very Btnnll yet possess nil tho vlr tucrioftliolnrKur Tuttt Illl which A havo been ho popii lur for thirty yearn Thoir Kirn ami augur contlng com- mend thorn for tho uho of children and pontons with wcukstoumclLi 1or thoy aro In valuables rh thoy camo tho foodtuuHsImllate nourish tho boriyM and pnsHolVjiuturally without imuneu or griping lioth bIzch of TuttH Tills nrosofd by all UniRxUtg Dose aimill 1rlco S3o Ofllco ai Park Tlaco N Y German Syrup 99 Boschees German Syrup is more successful in the treatment of Consumption than any other remedy prescribed It has been tried under every variety of climate In the bleak bitter North in damp New England in the fickle Middle States in the hot moist South everywhere It has been in demand by every nationality It has been em- Â¬ ployed in every stage of Consumption In brief it has been used by millions and its the only true and reliable Consumption Remedy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tufts Tiny Pills Sick HeadacEe a 9 kveu ijuviki WmWmm Vtuap pur 61 eitrM UMBtifal Illntrtel GtUloxue free M H BUUMWAY JtOCkrurtl 111 OCEU0r 1000000 rwatf this mm Chbbp mil Irf broz nndUx rKbti ij uujww fc- - A NEBUCIIADNEZZAK TnouBanda of Thorn Aro in tho World rrnwtltutlng Tliolr Kcpnl Nature 11 Ulttott Mlntln Mottrr Dlo n Snno Mnn Tlutii Ilvo Fool Sermon by Kov T DoWItt Talmitgo I V Tliolr - Kinp Nebuchadnezzar Col Rnwlinson the Oriental travclor Bays that ho exhumed bricks not only of Habylon but of 100 towns in au area of 100 miles in length and DO in breadth the with that were inscribed name of Nebuchadnezzar lie was a great warrior and at tho of glance his nations sword prostrated themselves Ho was a great king and built a city reservoir OOhiiles in circumference and 120 feet deep and constructed a hanging garden 401 feet square and 7i feet high some say to please Amuhia his wife who had been born among tho hills and others say to get a pleasure ground free from tho mosquitoes which aillict tho levels I think from his character the latter reason may have impelled him as much as the former When he conquered King Zedekinhso as to have no more trouble with him ho put his oyes out a most barbarous way of incapacitating an enemy Ihit Habylon was a great place the houses surrounded by gardens and the housetops were connected with each other by bridges and one day M Nebuchadnezzar walked out on those nmS ti in j nunjluiliMwii liHtflfia tviiii ilimtrrwl luvn nirl itwivu tim haps to a royal visitor tho vastness of his realm as the sun kindles the domes with flihtenings almost insufferable and the great streets thunder tip their pomp into tno ear oi tno monarcn anu armed towers stand around adorned with bpoils of conquered empires No buchiidnezar waves his hand above the stupendous scene and exclaims Is not this great Habylon that I have built for the house of tho kingdom by the might of my power and for tho honor In other words of my majesty What a great man I am Babylon was not anything until I adorned it See those water works see those gardens I did all this I shall Bee those forts never be forgotten Why my name is on every brick in all thoso walls Just look at me I am more than a man Hut in an instant all that splendor is gone from his vision for a voice falls O King from the heavens saying Nebuchadnezzar to thee it is spoken from is departed kingdom the thee and they shall drive thee from men and thy dwelling shall be with the beasts of the field they shall make thee to cat grass as oxen and seven times shall pass over thee until thou know that the Most High ruleth in tho kingdom of men and giveth it to One hour from whomsoever Ho will tho time he mado the boast he is on his way to the fields a maniac and rush Â¬ ing into the forests ho becomes as one of the beasts and is after a while cov- Â¬ ered with eagles feathers for protection from tho cold and his nails grow to look like birds claws in order that he may dig tho earth for roots and climb the trees for nuts The mental disaster that seized him was what the Greeks called lycan thropy by which a man imagines him Â¬ self a beast and prefers to go out and mingle with brutes lie who had been eating pomegranates and apricots off plates of gold inlaid with amethyst and diamond and drinking the richest wines from the royal vats now brows- Â¬ ing on grass nud struck by the horn of tho ox as he contends for a better tuft of the pasturage and instead of an or- Â¬ chestra on benches of ivory playing the national airs now listening to tho moan and bellow nnd grunt of the beasts This is not hard for me to believe for the forms of dementia are innumer- Â¬ able A few years ago arriving in a city on a summer afternoon while waiting for my engagement in the evening I sauntered forth into what Beemed to bo a park in front of a largo public building the use of which I knew not I met a gentleman with whom I fell into delightful conversation and he seemed intelligent on all subjects Let us sit down After awhile I said on this bench and rest awhile and enjoy the scene of verdure and fountains No said he you sit down but I can rot I am made of glass and if I should sit down I would break to pieces Then I saw that ho was insane and belonged to tho large building just behind us After such an interview as I can easily beliovo this account of that my text Here is Nebuchadnezzar on all fours Ho onco prided himself of being more than a man and novr ho turns out less than a man Tho courtiers look out of the windows upon him as ho moved upon tho royal herds and A beast cry Seven years pass reason re his wlien suddenly back to comes turns and he humblo worshiper of tho Habylon a What must have been God of Heaven tho excitoment in tho royal court as this restored maniac otnporor walks into tho palace What a time thoy had in cutting his nails and his hair which had grown for soven years without be Â¬ ing interfered with by any shears What a scrubbing down must have taken plnco in tho imporial baths What a transformation neccsBnry in order that ho who had been hording with camels and goats and swlno may bo mado fit to associate with princes What rf change from aty to throne - Dr Talmtigcs toxt Sunday was Dan- Â¬ iel iv 28 All UUb camo upon tho Â¬ Â¬ room Wlnlo walking from this Babylonian tuluec 0Qn to tho pasture field and from tho pasture field back to tho pal Â¬ vice givon by DAlombcrt to tho of fortuno whilo many of those who QOMB3 HOUIl ace tho first thing that impresses mo student and tho words wero Go on then wero straightened in ciroum is what an incongruous thing it Is for a ilr go on OAMPTOlf KT Oh yc who aro convicted stnncos now hold tho bonds and tho r king to bo eating grass It is good for Go on You must tako ono moro bank keys of tho nation and win tho I 8 COMBS PxoFBlKTftX cattle but not for man And then for step or nil tho stops you havo taken most bows on tho exchange Of all ono to prefer it to a royal table toward will amount to nothing Go on ficklo peoplo in tho world fortuno is tho Tas patronage of the karellaf 1 whoso bounty tho orchards and pad Â¬ Every day sho chnnges mpectfully solicited Table tae betf my subject Hint most fickle Learn also from docks and streams and vineyards in prldo is tho precursor of overthrow her mind nnd woo to that man who Try attention for the oeaifert ef f aette all tho earth might contribute what 1ridc is a commnndor well plumed and puts any confidence in what sho prom- Â¬ RED KELLAM an ntnazement And yet the sccno is as caparisoned but it lends forth a dark ises or proposes Sho cheers when you WITH common as tho daylight Prldo gocth be go up and Bho laughs when you como and frowning host When I see a man of regal naturo foro destruction nnd a haughty spirit down Oh trust not a moment your S TIMMONDS M The arrows from tho hearts affection to this ohnngoablo made to rule in realms of thought ca Â¬ before a fall your soul in God From pable of all moral elevation besotting Almightys quiver aro apt to strlko a world Anchor his faculties attempting out of low man when on tho wing Goliath shakes Christs lovo gather your joy Then PORTSMOUTH O apl8ly sensualities to satisfy his immortal en Â¬ his great spear in defiance but tho como sorrow or gladness success or do Â¬ smooth stones from tho brook mndo feat riches or poveity honor or dis ergies coming down off his throne of 26 PER WEEK 9ST SALARY power into brutalities sacrificing his him stagger and fall like an ox under a grace health or sickness life or death time or eternity all aro yours andyo Wanteds Good Agents to bell own higher naturo to his lower na- Â¬ butchers bludgeon Ho who is down General link of merchandise Nt ture stooping nnd stooping com- Â¬ can not fall Vessels scudding unddr aro Christs and Christ is God Above salary will bi Learn also from my subject tho com- Â¬ peddling poles do not feel the force of tho ing down and coming down until bare For FUB storm What are thoso three sleds forting truth that afflictions nro arrest Â¬ PAID TO live agents all his inllueucc for good is gone I cry accomplished THEIl INFORMATION ADDRESS out There is a king eating grass like that havo just gone into the ynrd of a ed as soon ns they havo For seven years did CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO an ox And there nro tens of thou Â¬ miserable hotel in Wnrsaw Poland on their mission 178 W Van Buroa St Chicago III So tho cold night of Decombcr 10 1812 Nebuchadnezzcr dwell among tho beasts sands of such Ncbuchadnezzars thero are queens who dedicate them Â¬ Who nro they who from these sleds of tho fields but at tho expiration of ENRY MATLOOK selves to the same humiliation What havo entered and tho servant is try- Â¬ that time his reason returned and as ho WITH proper humility with power for good God gave that womnn ing to build for them a fire with some soon Â¬ Heav Â¬ acknowledged the God o Napoleon with six at Magnetism of personal presence In Â¬ green wood back brought was ho CO HAZEN fluence more than imperial By her in- Â¬ tendants on retreat from Moscow Tho en MCMILLAN and reinstated in fire amid tho green wood has gone out to his palace telligence by her tenderness by her charm of smilo and manner capable nnd the emperor is walking the floor to his former affluence and power Now WHOLESALE of soothing so much sorrow reforming keep from freezing Then bounding it does seem that when heavy trials so much wTywardnoss and wielding so into his sled the thermometer twenty come upon us it is as though they had All thy waves BOOTS AND much elevated power yet at tho call of six degrees below zero he disappears no limit Wo exclaim He who a littlo be- Â¬ and thy billows have gono over me in tho darkness worldliness coming out of tho throno room of influence where God would fore had an army under his command but forgot that tho depth of that sea KNOXVILLE TENN have her roign coming down over tho together with troops offered by other and tho power of that billow aro defi ivory stairs of mortal power coming nations in all 1187000 men now re- Â¬ nitely determined God sees how much down and coining down until she has no treating through that December night our pride is and Ho sonds just enough Tho above roods are handled by J more soul than the dead bird tranfixed with three sleds and those of his army adversity to humble it Ho sees just DAY CO Huzel Groen Ky pulls in her millinery or the chinchilla that not dead under the snow reduced for how worldly minded wo arc and was slain to afford her wnrmth or the food to a handful of ryo dough sea- Â¬ us just hard enough to detach us from kid that furnished her the glove and soned with gunpowder for tho lack of our follies Ho sees how hard our finding her only delight in ilattcries of salt and a mouthful of horse flesh heart is and smites just hard enough brainless men and midnight schottische From what a height to what a depth Â¬ to break it Ho sees how our eyes and debauched novelties J say Thero Nebuchadnezzar in tho palace Neb havo been blinded nnd Ho cuts only just enough to remove tho scales from is one who might havo been a queen uchadnezzar forsaken in the fields As soon as Again learn from tho misfortuno of our spiritual vision unto God forever yet eating straw like Abrahams faith is sufficiently tried tho an ox I look over pasture fields of folly the king of Babylon what a terrible and sin and find many groveling who thing is the loss of reason There is no lamb is provided As soon as Pharaoh ought to be erect Oh men and women calamity that can possibly befall us in consents to lot tho children of Israel AND go back to your thrones A joung man this world so great as tho derangement depart the plagues pause As soon as a uian tho Israelites havo boon sufficiently ran away from home and broke his of intellect to havo the body widowed mothers heart Fourteen and yet to fall even below the instinct disciplined by their wanderings they But to years passed and he returned and came of a brute In this world of sad sights find their way into Canaan NQ9 RACE STREET to tho window at which his old mother the saddest is tho idiots stare In this some the limit is not set in this life Their whole pilgrimage is through tho Â¬ was sitting She looked up and imme world of awful sounds the most awful CINCINNATI O diately recognized him and said Oh is the maniacs laugh A vessel on the wilderness and tho world is to thorn a No said rocks when hundreds go down never to valley of tears But perhaps God has a Robert Robert Come in THE KRUSE 8 BAHLMAH I shall never come in till I rise and other hundreds drag their splendid throno in Heaven that no ordihe mother hear 3011 say yon forgive me Her an- mangled and shivering bodies up tho nary saint can occupy and by extraor swer was Robert I havo forgiven you wintry beach is nothing compared to dinary trials Ho has prepared that long ago There is nothing to forgive tho foundering of intellects full of vast Christian soul for extraordinary glory now except that you stayed away so hopes and attainments and capaci Â¬ God will not keep you in tho furnaco My hearer forgiveness has ties Christs heart went out to those ono moment too long long COMPAHY been ready for you a good while With who were epileptic falling into the THE DIGNITY OF MAN more than a mothers tenderness God fire or maniacs cutting themselves 11 10 and 17 West Pearl Streel will take you back They are waiting among tho tombs We are accustomed Ill Inwcr of Mind MakcH Itlm Superior for you up in the Palace Nebuchad to be more grateful for physical health to finite Fore mid Aiilimil Acut Aliens CINCINNATI O nezzar was the son of Nabopolassar than for the proper working of our In reason and understanding man is who ruled before him and you are the mind We are apt to take it for granted alone The ox surpasses him in that the intellect which has served us strength the antelopo in speed the child of a king sguTho wholesale trade of Eastern Sea presses into so well will always be faithful WoÂ¬ honnd in keenness of nostril tho eaglo The next thought that my mind from tho contemplation of forget that an engine with such tre- of far reaching sight tho rabbit in tucky is respectfully solicited this incident is that conviction is not mendous power when the wheels havoÂ¬ quickness of hearing the honey beo in -- THE Who is this monarch such vastness of circle and such swift- Â¬ delicacy of tongue and tho spider in conversion motion and the least impedi fineness of touch Mans power there- Â¬ that make the boast about Babylon ness ofmight put it out of gear could fore oon6istcth not in what he can lift The very man who under tho revela ment only bo kept in proper balance by a or how fast he can run or how strong tion of dreams that Daniel made from deeply humbled himself divino hand No human power could a wrestler he can throw for in thoso Heaven Â¬ while he confessed that God is a God of engineer this train of immortal facul- Â¬ respects tho ox tho ostrich nnd tho Gods and a Lord of Lords yet behold ties How strange it is that our mem- Â¬ hyena aro his superior but by his rea eG0MPANY ory on whose shoulders that that humbling and arousing which cesses and misfortunes nnd all the suc- son ho comes forth to rulo all through occurrences bin ingenious contrivance to outrun he before felt did not result in a radi- Â¬ cal change Thero is no mistake more of a life time aro placed should not oft outlift outwrestle outsee outhear Notions scales of frequent than of supposing conviction ener break down and that the weighing outdo At his all conquering decree Wholesale Dry Goods the forest that had stood for ages steps Conviction judgment which havo teen a synonym for conversion long so should aside to let him build his cabin is merely a sight of sin conversion is a so much and 101 101 and 10S W Fourth Street and aud cultivate his farm Tho sea not lose their adjustment view of pardon Conviction is merely alarm conversion is confidence Con- Â¬ that fancy which holds a dangerous- which raved and foamed upon tho CINCINNATI 0 South Side viction is dissatisfaction with deprav- Â¬ wand should not sometimes maljeious- Â¬ raco hus becomo a crystal path is a turning away from ly wavo it bringing into the heart fore- Â¬ way for commerce to march on Tho ity conversion apbodings lazily it Conviction is a sword wound con- Â¬ palling and hallucinations the most ex- Â¬ thunder cloud that slept come above tho Is it not strange that the down and mountain is made to version is tho healing Conviction is should not the fever of thirst conversion is the pectations of this intellect disappoint- Â¬ carry mail bags Man dissatisfied with his slownoss of advancement shouted slaking of that thirst Conviction is the be dashed to pieces on its Come and conversion is tho medicine that ments Though so delicately attuned to the Water und the Fire pain Como and Come and draw cures it Thousands havo experienced this instrument of untold harmonics lift shocks And they answered Ay ay the former and never experienced the plays on though fear sorrow it and help and joy rack it and latter There are multitudes who think vexationsand gain in quick succession wo come nnd they joined hands tho that as soon as a man is serious he is fit and loss of it their dirge or draw from fire and tho water and the shuttles ily aud the rail train rattles on and tho for profession of religion What if a beat out and man should only think seriously of be it their anthem At morning you atÂ¬ steamship comes coughing panting re flaming across the deep IIo elevates ing a merchant would that make him night when in your prayer should hearse the objects of your thanksgiv Â¬ the telescope to tho heavens and tin What if a man a merchant Nos 74 and 70 Main Street only think Beriously of being a lawyer ing next to your salvation by Jesus easily as through the stethoscope tho would that make him a lawyer What Christ praiso tho Lord for the preser- physician hears tho movement of tho CINCINNATI 0 lung tho astronomer catches the pulsa if a man should only think seriously of vation of your reason How many intellects aro boing de- tion of distant tystcm of worlds throb being a Christian would that make him Felix was convicted but stroyed by anodynes and nmustlietics bing with life He takes tho micro a Christian US MEYER not converted Th jailer was con Â¬ which wero given by Providence for oc- Â¬ scope mid discovers that there are hun witii victed before ho got out of bed but not casional use in alleviation of pain or dreds of thousands of nnimalcula living converted until at tho advice of Paul he insomnia but by boing employed con- Â¬ moving working dying within a circlo believed in Christ Aro you convicted but tinuously nftcr awhile capture and de that could be covered with the point oi Chloral cocaine bromide of a pin animals to which a rain drop I tell you what you stroy not converted OJOUBJIIIS INO mo think of You havo mado potassium opium and whole shelves of would be an ocean a rose leaf a hemi mako up jour mind for proper consideration seductive etceteras that help turn sphere und the flash of a fire fly lasting Hardware Agricultural Implements to deed away a property You havo Ncbuchadnezzars into imbecility or enough to give them light to several OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS drawn tho deed Tho seal is affixed madness Do not trifle with opiates generations Ladies Homo Journal MALTA PLOWS FOSTER STOVE CO you nro to write your that benumb tho brain If you can not opposite whero A Curious Funeritl Ceremony COOKS MILLS EVAPORATORS livo without the perpetual and enslav Â¬ name Tho commissioner of deeds is It is said that when Alaric tho con Â¬ CnAMPION REAPERS MOWERS ing use of them you had hotter die present to witness You havo your pen STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS DOORS AND WASH A SPECIALTY Thero is ink in tho pen Better die a sano man than live a fool queror of Homo died a river was in hand turned aside Thero is only ono thing for you to do What right havo you to kill your brain for his grave to mako a place in its bed Noi 110 112 Scoond Street IRONTON OHIO Oly and that is to sign your name Sup- and put in wild jangle your nervous the water wasand whon ho was burled again lot into its former But rum is the cause of more pose you stop now without Bigning system your name what does it all amount to insanity than anything else Thero Is channelto and tho prisoner who had -bury DO YOU WANT TO 8AVH Nothing So you havo resolved to give nothing liko rum to put a man like helped might him wero killed so that no ono find out whero tho con Â¬ FROM 25 to 60 CENTS ON EVERY up to God You propose to Nebuchadnezzar down on all fours yourself DOLLAR YOU SPEND If bo writ Again learn how quickly turns tho queror of Homo was buried sign off to II Im your body your mind Tho river thus turned was tho for oun Illustrated Catalog uh your soul You havo all things neces wheel of fortuno from how high up to Busonto and sary for the transfer The angels of God how far down went Ncbuohndnczznr Italy Sco tho placo ioar Consonto containing illustrations and price Glbbona Roman Empire of everytnino manufactured iv transfer Thoso now in places of position and volume 3 page aro horo to witness tho eternal 68 tiie United States at manufacture Why do you not now with your will power oven though they should live 10000 illustrations By the Jaw of Prussia no prince of ers prices complete tho work Halt where you will in a few years bo disregarded represented oltalogu all lines or and all goes for nothing Sign whilo some who this day aro obscure tho royal family Is ul lowed to borrow mailed free on application and povcrtystrickon will ride upon tho money nor in any ono permitted to your name to this Bplrltual transfer Address Prof Arngo tho mathematician got shoulders of the peoplo to tako thoir lend him money If any ono does lend CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO woofully discouraged in his work and turn nt admiration and the spoils of he can not recover Acting on this No 178 West Van Burew St was about to glvo up when he saw office Oh how quickly tho wheel law Frederick the Great never repaid CHICAGO ILL some wordB on tho paper which had turns Ballot boxos aro tho steps on any Prussian who had advanced him been used to stiffen tho cover of his which men como down as often funds when he was heir to the throne Of thoso who for he deemed that sueh a person had book and tho words being indistinct as thoy go up EuveleBM lak he dampened tho cover until he could were a few years ago successful not only violated the law but ought to STATION W Paper Sle M qvlr take it off and saw tho words plainly in the accumulation of property lose his mosey for having done aa ka Net Ac foronly 10 thia efieeC1JLaaktfP i and ho found they wore words of ad- - J how few have not mt with reverses proper action i F Wholesale Grocers H SHOES Â¬ MARKS BROS MARKS- m 8 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HARDWARE Â¬ GEO W MALPIN Â¬ GROSSMAN CO 1 SCHLEUTKER Â¬ Saddlery and Harness 7 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ G Â¬ WMKERRG0 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jtvl ke rtit cd KUUrj a - vjuaujaruHJiaui u 1 1 tw i tej jtw jjpriKTr junLmm i njjiuutiJUJLjaxajujunauJiXJmiJLumHjj uut ijmum ir i UIUJEN f tit UiBALft f fnviH Mit tint n wiill Lrtwiun nh I llw sl SPENCER COOPER - - - Mm rMM HL tM editor Iulsvillc lku - Sunday night 1 hiiiIcIuiiIv of luHrt failure Hoiirv C Miller had till J r IB I ft iVf IBJUiA JrKk lyE- - JKMy Â¬ PBLT been Coroner for fourteen years and it was generally understood that he could hold the place against all aspirants so f i popular was he with the people in seeking a candidate for the Presidency is all bosh Let the Demo Policy HAZEL GREEN KY Friday Miuvh 13 180 For Congress IOth District announce MAUClS V USIK of Winchester Ky as a Demo cratic candidate for Congress from tin 10th Kenticy District subject to the action of the Ucaiocratie parly tf We an authorised to announce 10 M KICK DA Iil of Floyd county as a Democratic cumlitlale for Congress from the lOtli Kentucky Dinr ct subject to the action of the Democratic part v tf o Â¬ We art authorized I i V J Oi e teams wanted to I or along Wi hear it rumored that uVre are the K handreil V railroad between Jackson and Tin announcement of Jo Morgan several aspirants for tlie vacancy caused Chiv Citv For particulars address Kendall to succeed to the vacancy in FloYO IKY bv the death of the lamented John W Chiv eitv Kv Congress caused by the sad and sudden Kendall but at the present writing we death of his lamented father meets the have no positive knowledge of any but t approval of not only the Democrats but the two announced in Tin Hittui a host of conservative Republicans a Tin- letter of Hon lJavid Sublett of well Floyd Elliott Mngollin Morgan and Mencfeu counties have already held Salyersville declining to make the race 7 conventions and endorsed him and in against Jo Kendall for Congress was a the county of Elliott the Republicans manly letter from a manly man and Fxecuted at this office in the highest also met and complimented him with an Dave will be remembered hereafter style of the art and ut satisfactory prices endorsement The impression prevails NoteheiuN envelope- - sale bills Ac Work that the mantle of the lamented father WASH INGTON promptly done and nothing hut the best could not fall upon a more worthy man tutiteriiil uscil Send for estimate as his successor than his learned son and From Our Hcgulur Corropnudent II STAMPKR Washington D C March 11 92 this is strongly evidenced by tlie action War with treat Hritain would not or the counties named Jo M Kendall AT LAW necessarily follow if this Joverniuent is thirty one year of age lias a liberal should decide as it probably will unless CAMITON KY is a good talker and fine Lord Salisbury shall change his mind On r his professiounl services to the citieducation zens of Wulle uud adjoining counties Will speaker a lawyer by profession and a about that modus vivendi to send a na make collections mid remittances promptly val force to Retiring Sen strongenough to politician from preference Ifo embod eizo all the poaching sealers but it TTTOOD DAY T WOOD J ies every essential requisite to success would certainly be expected and truth II V DAY lots of people in to ATTORNFYS AT LAW fully carry out the plans of his lamented thistell uwelcomed bv President Harrison has ci itry OHice over Kxehunue Hunk ftttlicr and should he succeed to the po snt the arbitration treaty and all the Mtiysville tit Mt Sterling Ky sition he will wear the honor thus bos correspondence not before made public Practice in Montgomery Powell Menifee to Congress and nothing more will prob Wolfe Hreathitt Itowan Magotliu and Mortowed in a becoming business like and ably be done until Lord Salisbury an- gan counties and Superior Court and Court dignified manner and the indications swers the communication protesting of Appeals -now point to his nomination beyond against his declining to renew the modus MGSTAFF KFAR vivendi which although signed by Mr question That he should be so popular Wlui r on who is actum Secretary of ATTORNEYS AT LAW with his own people is but natural and State during Secretary Hlaines illness MT STKUMXn KYshould he reach the goal of his ambition was written by President Harrison and unanimously approved by a Cabinet Practice in the courts of Montgomery and they feel that they can point with pride meeting It is written in the smooth adjoining counties and in the Court ot Ap language of diplomacy but Lord Salis- peals and Federal Courts to his career in Congress bury will have no difficulty in reading A TAULB1CK Tin announcement of lion Marcus C between the lines the expressed determi- TVR J Lisle the present County Judge of Clark nation to maintain at all hazards the position taken from the first county for Congress to succeed the late in the Senate there is a very decided Hazel Green Wolfe County J W Kendall appears at the head of disposition to retaliate upon Canada his KENTUCKY this column Mr Lisle is in everv wav should Lord Salisbury adhere to in re fusal to renew the modus vivendi fact qualified for the position to which he as- there would be little or no difficulty in AY HOUSE Haxki GnrKN Ky pires and should he be chosen to fill the getting the si notion of a majority of the M as IOU DAY Proprietress of war vacancy the trust thus confided could not Senate to an open declaration is the This house has been recently refitted and against Orat Hritain so intense returnished and the table is at all times supbe placed in better hands He is a young feeling against the government of that plied with the best in the market Hates man especially bright in native intellect country reasonable Sample room attached and speA larire number of petitions from the cial rates to commercial men Patronage is well educated in the law and learned in utily Farmers Alliance in various sections of respectfully solicited State craft In short he is the peer of the e miitry asking for legislation in ae any man in the district and withal a cordance with the principles of that organisation presented to Congre s gentleman to honor whom is a pleasure this week weiy Pure Fool bill which The Where he is best known he is one of the has been advocated by Representatives most popular young men we ever knew uf that organization was passul by the Senate being possessed of a magnetism that at Commodore Folgcr Chief of the Ord ftsHvEToH G tracts men to him The county of Clark nance llurciu of the Navy who is in shops at the Washing is entitled to some consideration for the charge of the gun Two Bottles Curctl Her VI ton navy yard testified before the sub Caiuioll Ia July ISSJ part she has heretofore played in our cominitteeof the House Committee on I vraa sufforina 10 your from shocks In mj elections mid if it be the wish of the Labor this week on the advantages of Load ho tuucb so that tit tliuos I illdut oxpoot eight hour law as did also Col Kmst toixover I took iiitxllolnos from many docdelegates in convention toaccord her the the and tJou Casev of the Kugineer Corps tors butdlil not fit any rollofuntU I took Iaator honor of the nomination our personal of theAnnvjbut Commodore Folgers KociiIuH Norvo Tonlo tho Bocoml do so roUuvcd S V 1EOK acquaintance with Mr Lylo is sufficient statements were much the strongest -- in me uud 2 bottlo ourod mo fact no strongerargument was ever made Ky February 20 lbOl NaweoaT to guarantee that the honor will have in favor of the eight hour system than For many years I was sickly and very uorv been most worthily bestowed We invite liis statement of how it works on his de ous so that tho least tiling would frighten ino He said that lie believed it and my sloop was unrofroshltu and I was so attention to his card and the manly ex- partment would be a great blessing if the system weak as to bo unablo to do any uousowork 1 pressions therio and commend to our were universally adopt d that thelalor was always ilMiumorod anil ileprortsod Now everything is changed liirtor Juonlua Nerve constituents a due consideration of his and work would be improved that at Tonic tJ bottles has lielpod mo 1 am liken now Bleep well feel contontl nsningioii iiiivv uiru lio wasinru person can xiork tlie f nHJommoua lUIa mwiiolueaul every oinor at claims anu cneaper guns nmier tuuity jslisa koll ing out oeiter Gov Git AY of Indiana refuses to be eight hours work per day than the con- A VBlnilblo IlooU on Norvous to tractors were doing under the ten hour LIJL L Dinca ot sent rroocan any address and noor patients also obtain come a candidate for Governor and thus system Hi this modirino rroo of chance IILL The River and Harbor Committee will This remedy has boon Prepared by tho Itovorond lose his chance of the nomination for the Iuiirtiur4 iij us incomers Ptor hoentir ol tort Waviie ind hs Miico lT ana i1wtIiwAiiniiMrhunrtinii th Presidency Gov Gray might profit by 8rimt lilrciiilv ciiinmittctl to appropriations nu A bird in tho tjmt w the following soliloquy t is era i vi mcu wmuau in j tu iui carry about 20 band as you mav understand is worth 000000 and they fear to run it any i souibyDrucirUtaatsiporiJouio O for 85 bigher The liver 11111 harbor bill is to LarcoSlKSSSl75 ODotUesrorSO ririi tlimiiiul iiiillbm mi a tree And neak naradoxicallv both nonular and besides when they come West for a can- - unpopular It is popular in those see j ilitintc for that high place theyll catch tion which get or expect to get appro- priations for the improvement of rivers Livery Feed and Sale Stable Carlisle amj mrhors and unpopuar in the sec- m HAZEL GREEN KY Tin- - poliov shops at Newport and Cov turns which have neither rivers nor baron tickle me bors to bo improved on account f ingtou havo been is the principle upon f CDoiible and Single nnu Kigs and Saddle Horses tho G oobol luttory out recently passou oy which it is made up anil passed for hire Parties convey The Uniteil ates Patent Office is ti ic ed to an v point on reason the General Assembly and 7fi to 100 L nele ham s business es one branch of able terms clerks were thus thrown out of employ tablishment carried on at a profit it will also attend to all calls for auc t tii wiiunKor ex- - luivlnsrienrnings to its credit in the treas tioneering and solicit business of this kititl JCenreseiitativo incut JHIOOOO a portion of Uespeetfullv Su opinion that the Court of Ap JUIIN 1l 1U lilt ATT one patent commissioner after an- peala will decide that tho lotteries are llluir ns 00Kl to send in I J F LOCK1IART giving tlie olllee room enotiKh to transact ipcrating legally j i - -vimgress nas iw misuitss properly fjtKAKKu MooiU null ox Spokor My- - turnetl u deaf ear to these appeas and r wJii- - ind now tlie ninnuiacturors iiironiirainii ii i 1Ninr l hors who find t itflv tMu wuvv it0vM r opert war between them is looked for at upful to get copies of patents are to KZFL KY autler for the negligence ot Congress usi Huy time - Current News and Comment cratic partv stand upon principle and put lonn us ocsi uian rcgumics tu sreiinu nd as John J Carlisle is intellectually head and shoulders nlovc any other man will he After many postponements on account in the party he should Ih accorded the of sicklies and once on account of the death of Representative Kendall of Ken nomination tucky the tarill debate has at last got Col A K MiCliltVof tlie Philadel- Â¬ under wav When it will end no ore phia Times and a well posted politician can say as a great many members want saiil in a speech at Charleston S C re to make speeches on it but tlie present program me is to tuke a vote on the free eentlvthal David II Hill could not carry wool bill on the 21st inst Then after a single Northern State should he be the the free coinage bill is passed another tarifl bill will be called up Democratic nominee for President ami he sized up the situation Wanted 11 O IONICS X M ROSF U will lo soon by the following which is a ffiJi rirct that in consequence of want of A A room lor the storage ami arrangement 01 DLALICRS IN printed copies or patents it will lo im- orillr t0 fl cmmil is nucs until additional room ih provided by This ouiht to J be proper authorities bring the blush of shame to the face of 1IAZUL OK BEX KKNITCKY llumoruf Congress Ilie large vote bv which the resolution Cjutv i complete lino of Dry iuiuls Notions Ladies1 Dress setting aside three days from March 2Jd Citioils CJcMits Clothing Hoots Shoes Patent jNIedi for the considcrntinnof the Hland free CASH at prices and sell wlngi bill was adopted by the House cines Satldles Harness of doubt lower than ever before seen in Hazel Green has removed the last vesture WAH goods f tiat j It is now mmi dUt onlv a question of how large the majority iuaranteetl as represented or money refunded j ruAsswi jkoijpssjk 9f vlr J llffii lints FOlt Mb2M te f Â¬ Seeing is Believing fimi rrTffKin f nTUf jj j And a good lamp nmst ue simple i -- MtxTUn Sf I mJKXiV m vncn it is not simple it is m jiiuni inri not good Simfik JSeatittfttl Good these wTO v vva words mean much but to see The Rochester VSi will impress the truth more forcibly All metal tough and seamless and made in three pieces only it is absolutely stiff ani unbreakable Like Aladdins of old it is indeed a wonderful lamp for its mar- Â¬ velous light is purer and brighter than cas light softer than electric light and more cheerful than either VStetf ifmlne 9B p nw ffjM Look rorthisaamp Tin Kociikstrk If the lnmpdealerlmsut the Kochestcr and tlie style vou wnnt send to ns for our new illustrated catalogue and we will send vou n lamp safely liv express your choice of over U000 varieties fioin the faigfsl Xtote in Ihe HoiM L W UOCHKSTKIt LA1IP o 42 Paris IJace New York Clly The Rochester WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS KY CATLETTSBURC The Largest Drug House in the Ohio Valley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by tho Dozen 16000 Square Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed ft Sole 5 LETTER A ATTORNEY Â¬ 9 The onlv remedy that is sold on an alxo x lute uiiriiutce to cure nil Pains uudg Aches Cramps and die Diarrhiea I enterv etc Ised internally and exter- ii NERVE KINC proprietors of the famous X Sole proprietors of the rcnnwttcd tvr v Â¬ Ci Btay tiini - i PHHK ut si t iiiiiiiu iii -- tKNTS in mi-- i 11 ttiniua 5 lhiek und nil disorders of the Kidneys and Irinary Organs TIioiimiiiiIs of eer- tificntes ofthose who have used this i ii a ii uitui v tiu iin- sfiu mi iiiiiiii iiiiiiii y - I For the iierinanent cure of Pains HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL in thex I PIMlK 1H t Â¬ -- Fon Svii nv Duio Srom and Cointuy Stouks Kvi nyiiKBSa Â¬ Do You Need Money so yon can get something better than dollars from is The completion of LT R R to Jackson has cut Us oil from a large wholesale trade heretofore had by us in several oounties cast and left on our hands an immense stock of uoods which wo are compelled to unload and in order to do so we are determined to make prices do the work prices which will make our patrons happy and make We oiler to Country Merchants extra inducements and guar- Â¬ competition howl Â¬ the K If - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ antee to them lower prices than they ever got before We are overstocked ami Remember we will duplicate any bill with freights added either must unload We are now rewholesale or retail east or west north or south up hill or down ceiving such lines bought for cash at bottom bargains as will fill every depart- Â¬ New frc h seasonable choice and cheap We can astonish you with ment Physician and Surgeon Â¬ D Â¬ Â¬ covered with goods at half prices As the prices we name merely give us a chance Goods will be sold for to get our money out of the good- we cannot afford credit cash only or country produce live stock and school claims taken in exchange We have opened a new department imder the charge of Miss Laura Rawlings and Miss Lula Da v which is fully stocked with fine Millinery Notions Ladies Furnishing loods Uall Paper Carpets and Oil Cloths School Rooks and Sup plies Pictures and Frames etc etc Mi s Rawlings is a thoroughly competent Milliner and Dress Maker and we oiler you a City Stock to select fiom You can get as fine and stylish Millinery and Dresses here as anywhere and at the very lowest prices Yours etc Â¬ Â¬ BSS J T X HAZEL GREEN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE NEW 5r HOUSE AY cfe OCX DAtt STORE KENTUCKY NEW GOODS NEW PRICES -- Â¬ Tl xn Imi SJlf 1 1- - iFOJSIIMSSOljr n a aL r n xinnn N I I TiT m I- - 11 --1 1 CAMPTf K KNTUCKY Â¬ Â¬ To the People Are volt tired of pn big old accounts and lout price- - anil do vou want to find ti pl iee where you can buy goods with no loss of time AT PItH KS TlfAT PKFY IUMPKTI riOX and where ou will not he charged with the loss that follows a will nso everv etlbrt in my power to make our If so cull on uie and credit MMcm business association both profitable and pleasant With thanks for your patronage in thc past and hoping to have a liberal share of the same in future I am Most respectfully K HOIMNtfON Â¬ T vvi J H PIERATT j ii a The undersigned takes pleasure in announcing tnt they have- juM completed ar rangements with the American Hook Company that will enable him to sell the school hooks adopted hv the State Hoard of Kducatioii at lit following reduced rates Kay s New Kut Arithmetic Mcdullevs Small Primer I Revised Primer Seeond A lillnnelle Si 17 Iclcctie Speller Mi Third Arithmetic 17 First Header in lcy to same 10 Second Header High Arilhinetic i Third Header Kev tosame i Vi MuU alleys Jht Ileetie ieographv Fourth Header o 1 l Fifth Header Jd Kcleetic ieographv 10 Sixth d ielectie CeourMohv The above school honk puhlicntions uf the American Hook Compauv are well know standards and we shall at all times have a mil supply oil hand for sale to school otlieeis teachers or pupiN ut the prices mimed Other school books published bv the Auieiieiiii Hook Company 117 Walnut Street Cincinnati supplied at correspondingly low piici J T DAY it CD Hazel tJreen K 1 GIIMPE1 SGflGOl BOOKS 1 1 Â¬ 11 11 1 11 Â¬ 1 Â¬ preMle urvy W D THOROUGH tjrrB D DENTIST PENMANSHIP SHORT HAND TYPE WRITINO INSTRUCTION IN BOOK KEEPINQ ETC AT THE BRYANT A STRATTQN BUSINESS COLIEOE S0UTH WET TELEGRAPHY ETC CORNER THIRD AfiD JEFFERSON STREETS LOUISVILLE KY CATALOGUE FREE cJuidmeddyy acmum CITFlf AT f ffis OFFICH JOB PRINTING ROMITLY EXIi Scud vour order - V W Hazel Geeen Hekald nmi lirunthitt cr1tflnil other miners In tho than Male mill merchants in Ml Su rllnu Win- heater Lexington Louisville and Win- 1Hl U Tili KST JKT through I NNfl SK iS11 ADVKUTISIM iiioiittis will lie 11 ATIS TUANsiKxr Advertisements inserted for loss than 3 7 cents an inch for l lie tlrst Insertion and cents an inch for each suh sequent insertion UK 1 J inch V2 mouths jnojieu iib icm 1AIH IN ADVANCK STANIIINO ADVKKTISKMKNTS rAU TllANMIKNT ADVKItTISINfi MlST 7 V2 0 M - iiejics mc uvs 15 00 IS M inclicB m 00 00 Liberal rates on larger advertisements made known on application Local notices to be interspersed among reading matter 10 cents a line with a dis count of 25 percent where thev run a month or more Obituaries tributes of icspcet etc k a line huiii six words to tlie line and send money with the manuscript We will write bitnaries and publish at cents a line Marriage and death notices not exceeding Itll lines solicited and published KKKK -MILLS KOIt liKClIAU 1 VYAIILKwrAUTKIlLY ADVKUTLSINC ON DKMANI Address SlKNVKH tOOIMlt Hazel tireen Ky DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Senator 31th District ALKX jOKIertlou He IE HARCUS Of Mreathitl tonnty Monday llnreh 21 ISO sure and vote for Hargis Monday Holly Wilson and family have moved froiu town baok to their form on irassv Dont forget to go to your voting place Monday and vote for Alex 11 Hargis Ayers Sarsaparilla is just what you want for a spring medicine superior to all T Day and J V Craven who at tended Menefce Circuit Court returned home Tuesday J Â¬ We had no letter from Ezel last week and this week it came so late that we are compelled to omit it y Joe Lee Wilson had the misfortune to get one of his arms broken last week die Jok M Kasii Chairman He was thrown from a mule Dn J A Taulbei Secy m 1111 it ukkam anu Cincinnati weeKiy Enquirer one year for only 1S0 and Breeders of this section may see the now is the time to subscribe pictures of two of the gteatest trotting Mrs Angelina Caskey wife of W T sires in Kentucky by calling at this of- Â¬ Jaskey has been appointed postmistress fice They are Fayette Wilkes and Ber muda respectively and those interested at this place vice her husband in trotting horses are respectfully invited Iko McGuire Farmer Hawkins and a to call and take a peep at them and you man named Moore U S Deputy Mar- will then be convinced that they are the shals were in town Tuesday evening horses vou wish to breed to guests of the Day Houso J T Day and wife andlittlodaughter The case of Albert Barnes and George Daisy left Thursday morning for Ml Stevens charged with killing Kelly Day Sterling where Mrs Day and Daisy will was called in the Menefee Court Monday spend a thort time visiting relatives and continued until next term Mr Day will go on to Cincinnati and Born To the wife of Dr John A Taul Iouisvillo where- he will purchase the bee Saturday night a laughter and all largest stock of goods ever brought to who have- seen it pronounce it one of the the mountains handsomest babies thev ever saw There is every probability that the Re Kelso Nickell a son of Holly Nickell publicans will spring a candidate for living on Ketl River a few miles above State Senator next Monday in the hope Hazel Often had the misfortune Sunday that they can slip their man in by reason to lose his house and all its contents by of Democratic lethargy Be on your lire guard Democrats and see that the full stnngth of your precinct is polled for Democrats remember that a State Sen A II Hargis ator is to be elected in this Senatorial Phipp Winn told us while here a few District next Monday and be sure that you go the polls and vote for Alex H days since that the bank witli which ho is connected the Winchester had fiO Hargis 000 to 90000 more deposits than any Go to H F Pieratt Cos and buy bank in Winchester It pays to adverthe wire nail at 00 per lb If not satis tise and especially in Tin Hkuald factory when tried money refunded The following gentlemen wero hero as H F PirKATT Co delegates from Morgan county on Wed The snow which tell here on Monday iisdaylast Col John P Salyer Hon night Tuesday and Tuesday night and W M Kendall ex State Senator J M again Wednesday night and Thursday is Pieratt Sheriff Ben Carr Deputy Sherili the deepest for five years it being fully J M Ingram and J Itch Kendall a foot in depth on a level Our old friend P B Winn of Wiii 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WOLFE COUNTY Cntupton Currency r tli llriimrrntlo Srtutto IToceedlng W F Klklns and lamlly left this place rial Convention yesterday for Clrccr County Texnt This At the fcemitoniil Convention hold in adds another name to the long list of good Hazel Green Kv on March 101892 citizens that this county has lost by the con Kiwh was clcctfcd Cliuirmnn tagion known as Texas fever A F Myrd received a letter from J M am A Taulbco Secretary The r Cockcrhrm Jr from Kldonulo Texas sta Col following delegates were present ting that they had all reached their destina J P Salyer M M Carr Hon J M Pio- - tion without any accident ratt 1 M Ingram Win M Kendall J Clyde little son of Dr J H Stamper who Kcb Kendall S H Taulbee Mason hav for a long time been in a pieearious con Jones John M Kose II F Pieratt J dition with fever wc are pleased to state is T Day Gardner Jones Sam Swango improving Mrs T F Stamper has been seriously ill Win Tyler W T Swango J H Pieratt for several days with a kind of an ulcer on K D Motley J II Evans O W Cecil her breast J W Cravens John Robeson Tom Pel WAKTKK COUUT ITKMM fry Murrell Tyler Ellis Johnson Lee K C Atkins vs G T Center judgment Patrick by default J T Center vs A C Kash judgment by On motion of Col John P Salyer sec onded by H M Carr A H Hargis of default Climax Mill Company vs A II and J II Urcathitt County was nominated by ac Stamper judgment by default as to A II clamation as the Democratic candidate Stamper and continued as to J H Stamper William Harvey vs 1 A Barley agreed to succeed his father John S Hargis judgment deceased in the Senate of Kentucky Griffith Seiiiple vs G T Center judg The Chairman appointed Dr 1 A ment by default Taulbee Hon W M Kendall and Col II C Turner vs J P Hall judgment for John P Salyer to notify Mr Hargis of defendant W A Myrd vs C C Hose Ac judgment his nomination for plain till llAKLimiN Ky March 111iKJ 11 C Turner vs J P Hall continued Hon A II Haikiis Jackson Ky Caleb Campbell vs S M Tutt dismissed Dear Sir Having been commissioned bv Traders Deposit Mauk vs V C Hill II the Democratic Senatorial Convention this day held in this place to nominate a candi Spradling and G T Center judgment as to date to fill the unexpired term of your la Spradliug and Center and continued as to mented father Hon John S Hargis in the Hill Traders Deposit Mank vs H X Spradliug Senate of Kentucky to inform you of the judgment against Spradliug action of said Convention beg leave to say John M Holloii vs Samuel II Hurst dis that you were by acclamation nominated as the Democratic candidate to succeed jour nmsed W O Mie vs G V Williams Ac dis father and we trust and feel that you will missed settled not hesitate to carry the banner of Democ Powers Little A Co vs G T Center Ac racy to victory at the polls judgment for plaiutifl A TAtLltri A M Grillith vs William M Mrewer Ac W M Kknoall judgment for plaintitV John PSalykk T Center vs H S Helton continued Committee John M Hose vs John Kllrooks Ac dis On motion of Col John P Salyer sec missed onded by Hon John M Pieratt of MorHenry Stamper vs J J Tutt and others gan the following resolution was unani judgment by default Samuel Swango vs C C Hanks petition mously adopted dismissed and judgment for defendants cost Keitdved That we sincerely regret the William Clark Ac vs John Cox Ac death of John W Kendall our Representa judgment perpetuating injunction tive in Congress and commend to the De McMillen Huzcii A Co vs S M Tutt mocracy of this Congressional District his judgment by default son Joe M Kendall of the county of Floyd J H Tripled vs Green Chambers Ac as an honest man a true Democrat anil one judgment for plnintilV in every way worthy to till the unexpired Chambers vs US Lykins Ac judg term of his lamented father ment by default The Convention then adjourned sine A II Stamper vs J 1 Wells judgment a- - h har SSSSSoSbSs J M KEN- - II F PIERATT J T lltfATT H F PIERATT DKALFlta IN CO- 9J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ am MIB0HAIBMI 4ltVJiiJk Ah LIVE STOCK COUNTRY PRODUCE Â¬ Good People Play Progression a Buy your goods while they arc cheap and now is the time W Â¬ Â¬ We want to buy more goods Dont you see that is business We are not in business merely for pleasure nor for health but for the profit and And the the way to make it profitable is to sell everybody way to sell everybody is to sell cheaper than anybody And that is what woare going to do for Cash or Country Pro Â¬ and tliis is our reason duce Wo have extended the Credit System until we are compelled to closo our bonks and we respectfully ask those who owo us to come in mid pay part or all of your uoto or account Trusting you will heed this wo remain CO II F PIER AIT Very respectfully c Â¬ IT 71 jk JAY-EYE-S- EE Jay-Kyo-S- i Â¬ Â¬ Mil J I Cask Hickory 3rovo Farm home j lUicltic VlsKuyn Alter trying 3 of every known remedy 1 removed n largo Uiinch of two yearn nnnidlng from a a year old lllly S 2 with three applications of QUINHS OINTMENT I havo ever used or heard 7 S heartily recommend It to all Horsemen m testimonial We have hundreds cfauch Price 8150 per bottle AskyourdruRjclstforlt Ifho dot nut kevpltavnlualcBtaiuMorllvvrfortrU16ox CO Whitehall N Y W H KIIY of It la tho best preparation 1 1 H3HiM9fciiiiiiiiMMii 1 POTTS Heg leave to WIREMAN HaÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JJ Â¬ announce to the citizens of zel fireen mid vicinity that tliey have re cently hail their mill at Hazel Green thor oughly overhauled by Hev I U Combs tin cxpcriencco mill man and that they are now prepared to riinl Wheat and Corn ami eive the best resttls Toll 1 ti and grind clnvH until further notice will be TUESDAYS and KM DAYS Parties from a distance with teams will bo cared for over iijjht We are also prepared to do CUSTOM SAWING Satisfaction unrautccd In all cases and the patronage of the public solic ited Hcsnectfullv POTTS MILLERS THE NEW WEBSTER Â¬ WEBSTERS INTERNATIONAL Â¬ DICTIONARY Pcxxlltcri WIKFMAX for plaintilF Francis Drake vs Joe Spencer judgment for plain tit Campion March 15 R S STHADER Successors to SON 1 1 rULLY ABREAST OF THE TIMES nnI Remit from Cover to Covr 02 JlKroitTKIl 71 Cillliuorn Gleanings Miles Liudou has moved to Johnson Creek Whiskies Kentucky Logan Gose to T X Grahams Jack Jones to Howard Littles Jim Keith to F M Lit- c Wines Brandies Mreck Liltle to Stillwater Moletha Lit tle to Mush Fork Arberry Little to Win FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY Halseys and Powell Mrewer to the house he CIGARS AND TOBACCO vacated and John Murcham has moved to Agents for Old Iugh Old Pepper Old hi farm on Stright Creek Turr and Old Taylor Rev James M Little preached at this place yesterday morning and evening and will D1NGFELDEH hereafter continue to preach here the second WITH Sunday in each mouth at 10 a m and 1 p La Jt Co LEXINGTON KY E Main Stkkkt Wholesale Dealers in A J A GRAND INVESTMENT for every Family nnil School Straight Tho Authentlo Websters UBabrldgad Dictionary coinprlNlng lasucaof 1814 70 unit all atm copyrighted hna brcii lliorouchly revised HndrnltirKecl under tho upcrvUlon of Noah 1orter TT I of Yulo University and as n tllntlnguialilniT title hears tho uamo II tes Â¬ over Tho work of revision more than n hundred cdlto rhil luhorers hcltie cniployodand over 830O000 expended before tho first copy vru printed tonveur International Dictionary occupied COLD DY ALL WEBSTERS I until October next James F Kly who has been in bad health for so long is worse again and we doubt whether he will ever be up any more The farmers are repairing their fences and in Hev J M ROBINSON Importers and Jobbers of CO tlouary tti photocniphla rcprintti of itn olwo to ami compnrntlvcly worthless edition of WclMoriro lieinc marketed under YiuiouH rnmen nud often lv misrepresentation GET THE DECT Tho International wlilcli beam Imprint of I rimphlct pent Irco by tlio publishers Caution In needed In purcliwltip n die BOOKSELLERS Ci V C Bprhigflold MKKItl AM CO Mass L V Publishers A iVil 12I some have commenced plowing James M Flys little hoy Cortex fell and broke his arm above the elbow DRY Nos 537 GOODS 531 AND 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hunk hunk pay your check nud loan you moiiev when In need V W Thompson ChbIi For the hnielrv trade Not that hes hiisted Or his trade has runted Hut a times are tight He thought it right To sell goods lower Thau ever before Trimble Bros Open Face Stein u ud merlean Watches 500 TT XX Jl MAUlIN WITH D H CARPENTER imims V i WHOLES 1LE 5 ieero csf j MT STKRUNO KY jH jMitnniRKe fully sollelttJ Coiislgummtft of uroduet of MohiKmIh krulmHt hmU th JcHlv rttrM Hazel Green Herald iPXNOXR OOOPXR FaNtaaw UAZ1L GREEN I I When I It KY HER LAST COURSE innrrtcd my wifo ho had studied ntcn- opraphy Got that down noltd then took up photography IMastorod that solouco mid ntartod goography All In tho courno of a venr 6ho presently took tip a courno of thoolofry Followed that up with u touch of mythology Got n degree lit tho lino of zoology KtlU hir uroat mind romalncd cloar So sno took a couras en tho thoory of writing Some lcsaotiH nnd points on thosuhjoot of light- in A long courno on houso building heating and lighting For over hor clnssmatos nhod noar 80 nhc entered tho stiujaot of Btonm navigation Took also Instruction In church oducatlon And mastered tho Btudy of imporsonatlon And still slio was longing for more Next sho tackled tho lntost groat fad electricity Dross reform Institutes taught her simplicity Sought tho hpflt way to oncourago felicity Ohl HhaH as nmart uh u book Sho at last umlod up with u course in phonetics Guvo n llttlit attention nnd tlmo to athletics Tho rest of hor lelauro sho gave to magnotlcs And now nho In learning to cook I Ernest Vincent Wrlghtln Doston Transcript I I HI Vi Covrgt SZSVi iWzzzr - V viStoroYoFvepQjjfe rRimrPjttmTrm IMI KHMwN- CHAPTER XXII CONTINUnD ho said I have brought Louise you out hero to day to speak to you on a subject that lies ncmr 1113 heart und which I csmnot bury though Ive tried often You know what it is1 CPm afraid I do said sho Then jou Afraid he repeated have not changed your mind No no and I never can Louise said Pearson quickly you can change your mind and you must I love you boltqr than any other man ever did or ever will Ill do anything to win I ha 3011 vi busied myself to help 3our parents in every way that I found pos Â¬ sible and did it all for your sake Id do anything for 30111 sake and Ive Mvorn that3ou shall be mine Oh dont talk so please pleaded I know how good Louise 3ott have been to those I love and it hurts me to deny imy favor 3ou ask at my hands Dont compel mo to say what I said once before and what I hope never to have to oay again Ileasc sn3 no more about it Hut I will nay more about it Louise I said just now I had sworn to have 3011 for 1113 own and T mean to do it If 1 cant win 3011 one wa3 perhaps I can another Look here 3011 must consent to rn3 wish to save jour father Do 3011 understand 1 ones my soul revolts nt tho thought I thank you over and over for all you havo done for ns and I would bo willing to do al- Â¬ most anything for you in return but yon nsk too much I cannot lovo you and I cannot many you Not to save yonr fathers nnmo nnd honor nnd your mothers lifo Pearson Remember how much you asked havo nt stake Louise Cant they be saved without that Without your giving yourself to me No That is the only terms upon which your father can be kept from tho laws grasp Surely surely Mr Pearson you will not require such a sacrlflco on my part You know why father did that and you or any other man would have done the same You know all this and you would not be so heartless as to forsako him now Louiso spoko in pleading tones nnd her sad words and her yet sadder faco ought to have touched a heart of stone but they had no effect on Pearson other than to confirm him in his purpose Wh3 should I put myself to any trouble for your parents ho C00II3 re- Â¬ except it be for your sake plied They are nothing to me whilo you are all the world lie mine Louise and then I will continuo my interest in them Refuse 1113 oiler and 1 cut 1113self away from the family I will not try further to force you to accept m3 terms I make them known to 3ou and show 3ou the alternative and leave you free to chooso as you wish You can be- Â¬ come mine and save your parents or you can refuse my offer and submit to the consequences Having spoken thus Pearson arose and walked to and fro along tho bank while Louise sat buried in sorrow and doubts That was the most trying hour of her sad life She knew only too well the awful doom that hung over her poor parents and her heart bled for them Sho pictured to herself her loved father clad in a convicts garb and locked up for 3ears in a terrible prison for no crime save that of trying to pro- Â¬ vide bread for his starving wifo and child She pictured her mothers grief and death which sho knew would fol- Â¬ low her fathers arrest Sho pictured all tho misery and suffering that would eorao with tho laws enforcement and she became sick at heart No no she said that must not shall not bo if I can prevent it I will make an3 sacrifice to save my loved 1 wliem we will spend u few month hfcTn a reason for going away whloh I cannot explain now but which I will tell you later Now you know nil my plans nnd if you deoido to be my wifo you know what you will havo to do and you must make your arrangements ac- Â¬ cordingly Now if you aro ready wo will return to the house Air Pearson can I not reach your henrt and prevail on you to bo moro merciful Louise asked No I toll 3ou it is useless to talk I am not to be influenced from my pur posts You can many mo and insure the welfare of those 3ou love or you can refuse mo and let them take tho consequences Without another word Louiso arose and in silence tho3 walked back Pear- Â¬ son stopped only long enough to admon Â¬ ish Louise that sho must positively de Â¬ cide 13 the morrow then mounted his horse and rode awn3 to Magic City lie know what her decision would be and felt secure of his proy as secure of it as though ho had it already within his grasp lie knew that Louiso would not sacnlleohor parents CHAPTER XXIII TUB SNtlllINTS VICTORY All that I113 and all tho night following there was a bitter conflict rag- Â¬ ing within Louises heart Her soul re- Â¬ volted at the thought of giving herself up to a man she so utterly loathed as she did Pearson and she found it hard to bring herself to the great sacrifice She felt that in joining her life with his she bade farewell to the last vestige of happiness and hope and plunged into a never ending gulf of misery Sho realised fully tho awful results of tho step she was asked to take and tho whole future rose up be Â¬ fore her a picture of the blackest hue And yet she reasoned tho step must be taken The sacrifice must be made It was not only her duty to save her Â¬ 71M 1 lWVm Tl jir 111 Iff 44IZ2 H rifilliTJft 5 To save my father Louise repeat Â¬ ed looking up inquiringly whilo a great Whnt do 3011 fear smote her heart mean by that Do you know that ho is in my power Do 3011 know that only I practically stand botwecn him and state prison No no Louise gasped ashy white while her heart stopped its I do not understand beating Toll mc oh tell mo what 3011 mean What has he done Ho has committed a penitential He- has sold mortgaged prop ofieiiKe erty and nothing but I stands between Â¬ turning Mmnp a w MAt mrnM I IIAVR TOM VOU TIUJIY i OK HI8 DAN orit Then on the other haild sho thought and up from the past floated remembrances of the happy hours she had spent with him and of the bright pictures her faney had painted of tho future when she should bo Pauls wife Sho recalled all his tender words and glances and now in this hour when sho was called upon to give him up she felt her soul going out to him as it had never gone out before and she felt how utterly impossible it would bo to live happily without him and in spirit sho walled Oh Paul Paul how can I give you up How can I lose 3011 God Thou art just and righteous and surel3 Thou hast not forsaken me in this dark hour Help me Lord to save my parents but do not require nu to do it at such a cost Pearson returned and stopped before the girl Well he said have you decided No she replied without looking up I must have more time Will 3011 wait until to morrow I suppose I must if 3011 rcquiro it but I see no use in it You ought to be able to decide how you will act without much thought It is a simple question On one side is 3our fathers honor and happiness 3our mothers life and riches for 3ourself while on the other side there is nothing but 3our own fancy You ought to be able to chooso between tho two ensiby enough I must havo time It is a matter of more importance to me than 3011 sa3 I must ask God to help and direct mc Pearson gave a light laugh at this and tho girl shrank farther from him To givo up dear Paul sho thought is enough to break m3 heart but to become the wife of this man makes tho sacrifice unbearable She felt all hor old loathing of him return and if 011I3 herself had been in tho question she would a thousand times rather have gone to deaths em Â¬ brace than his Well said Pearson after a littlo silence if you must have until to decide suppose we go back I would rather go back alone Lou Â¬ iso replied You need not wait for of Paul Â¬ iifciF Till CONFLICT HHTWREX JIAOKD LOVK AND HUTV parents but she felt that it ought to bo si pleasure Sho felt that she ought to tried to persuade herself that being able to serve them so well at even this great cost was a blessing for which sho should feel thankful Reasoning thus she would almost succeed in recon- Â¬ ciling herself to her fate when there would come up in her mind recollec Â¬ tions of Paul and she would lose all the resolution she had gained Poor Paul poor Paul sho would groan what will 3011 think of mo after such a base deed You will never never know that I did it for the sake of father and mother Oh God to 1113 make the sacrifice and loso Paul for- Â¬ ever is enough to kill me but to know that I am misjudged 13 him and be Â¬ lieved 13 him to bo false and heartless is moro than I can bear And 3et I must bear it Thus long the conflict between lovo and duty raged and at last duty pre- Â¬ vailed and Louise for onco and for all decided that tho sacrifice should bo made She would surrender everything and become Ilany Pearsons wifo Having formed this resolution sho tried to put away all thoughts of Paul tried to become reconciled to the inevitable and even attempted to porsuado herself that in time she would learn to bo happy in her situation Sho tried to hope that sho might loarn to lovo Pearson After settling the question so Louiso became calm and quiet but it was a sullen calm that comes with defent Sho went rather than conviction about her duties with a light step and a smile lurked about her features She had one source of genuine satisfaction and that was tho knowledge that sho was saving hor parents such untold suf- Â¬ fering and misery All through tho morning hours sho kept a watch for Pearson Sho dreaded 3ot wished for his coming Sho would havo given w trHs to know that she should novor uoo him again must givo and 3et since she herelf to him sho wished to havo it done and over Slowly tho morning hours woro nwny and as often as Loubo gazed out across tho broad ox punso of pralrlo nothing greeted hor vision save the parched plain At hist near noon sho saw a horse- Â¬ man approaching He was far away but sho was sure it was Pearson coming for her answer It shall bo as ho wlshc3sho mused and our Interview shall bo a Bhort ono Thank God tho worst will soon bo ororn Tho minutes passed and tho horse Louiso who had mau drew noar rested hor faco In hor hands looked up falu asd zi hor eyes reached tho u- Â¬ be glad to suffer an3thing for tho sake of those whom she so dearly loved Sho tins change lie paused for a reply but none camo She longed to tell him all and show to him that her heart was un- Â¬ changed but she dared not Her lips must remain sealed and with great effort she lcept down the longing of her soul Seeing that she was not going to speak Paul continued For Gods sake Louise sa3 something This suspense is worse than death Tell me what you mean and why you act as vou do I do not believe you have forgotten 30111 love for inc There must be wine secret cause for all this Tell m what it is Oh Paul cried Louise do not ask inc I can toll 3011 nothing nothing Only spare me Paul tJo away and spare mo the bitterest trial of my life Tho girls tone was piteous It was as that of ono pleading for life Paul was struck by it and forgetting the pangs that wcio wrenching his own soul ho felt his heart go out to her in pity as well as love I would spare 3ou Louise ho said all pain possible but I cannot leave 3on like this I lovo you to day more than over I loved you before and I feel I must know I know that 3ou love me the cause of 3our action I will not leave you until I do know I cannot toll 3011 Paul I must not You must go away from mo and never sco mo again That is all 1 can say Re reasonable Louise and remem ber that I havo a heart Remember that I can feel and that eveiy word you speak pierces mo like a knife Then leave me and do not make mo say more God knows I would spare 3011 tho agony of this meeting Must wo part Louise Yes yes and novcr meet again Is it your wish s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ break my heart now Oh God oh God this is more than I can bear Her words were so impassioned her maimer so vehement that Paul was struck with awe He could not under Â¬ stand her meaning and was at a loss to account for such irreconcilable conduct She showed plainly ly her tone and actions that her love for him was not dead while by her words she 011I3 too plaint manifested a desire to escape him lie knew not what to think of her what to make of the change in her After a short silence he said Louise I cannot understand you There is something wrong with 3011 but I am unable to account for it never dreamed that I should receive such a welcome as this on 1113 return to you Never a day since I left 3011 has passed without thoughts of 3011 and this meeting thronging through my I have dreamed of it by night mind Rut I never thought we should meet thus Louise toll me what has wrought 1 sho received t shoctt that took hor breath away Her heart ceased its beating and her form trembled so that she could hardly support her weight Tho man sho saw was Paul Paul come back to her with all his great lovo beaming from his eyes Uut how different was bin coming from what sho had thought but a few hours before Then she looked and longed for It as the happiest hour of her life but now sho would rather havo seen anyone else Sho had hoped after mak Â¬ ing np her mind to accept Pearsons of- Â¬ fer to Ik spared tho pain of a meeting with Panl She attempted to run away and hide somewhere from his eyes but her limbs refused to bear her and with shamere morse and grief gnawing at her heart she awaited his approach as a doomed man awaits the end of his sentence Paul sprang from his horse and with a smiling face came forward to greet his lovo He opened his arms expect Â¬ ing her to nestle within them but sho moved not and looked not at him lie camo up quite close to her and stopped He spoko her name sof iy but she made no reply Louise he said again do 3011 not know I am hero Still sho neither spoke to him nor looked at him but sat with her faco buried in her hands while the tears streamed through her fingers Paul was nonplused completely He knew not what to make of this reception Louise he continued after a short Have silence what does this mean you no welcome for me Will 3011 not speak to me Oh Paul Paul Louise cried Why did you come Why do vou stay to yffOfwhing Offuro Â¬ HOIviC HINTS AND HELPS Potato IUssoIch Mash tho pota- Â¬ toes add salt pepper and a littlo chop ped parseloy Shape into balls with a littlo flour roll thoin in beaten egg then in bread crumbs and fry in boil Â¬ ing lard Housekeeper potatoes place in a sauce pan or spider with rich milk butter pepper and salt and cook carefully stirring constantly to prevent sticking until tho whole is thick and urenmy Detroit Free Press White Fruit Cnko Cream ono pound of sugar and half a pound of butler together sift in ono pound of flour with two teaspoonfuls of baking powder add ono tea cupful of chopped citron one of pounded almonds one of seeded raisins a grated eocoannt and the juice of a lemon beat well and stir in gently the beaten whites of ten eggs Pour in a greased mold and bake When cold ice with coeoantit icing Home Chicken Pates Chop meat of cold chicken fine and season with salt niako Creamed Potatoes Chop cold boiled a large cupful of rich drawn butter and whilo on the fire add two hard boiled eggs minced fine a littlo chopped parsley and tho meat of tho chicken let this mixture almost boil have ready some pate pans of good rich paste re move the covers with the edge of a knife fill in with the mixture and ar range on a hot platter in baking tho trust it is a good plan to fill in with a square of stale bread which is easily removed as soon as It comes from tho oven this keeps tho crust from falling flat as it would otherwise do without the chicken mixture Roston Herald Stewed Cabbage Take ofT tho outer leaves till the crisp ones aro reached Cut these fn in tho stalk artd cut fine or not as you like Have plentv of cold water in the kettle put in the cabbage but do not salt it put over the fire and let boil one half hour then drain dry cover with rich milk and cook till tender Season with a spoon- Â¬ ful of butter salt and pepper to suit your taste Use only enough milk to cover This is very delicate and will not hurt a weak stomach as when salted before cooked tender Young housekeepers will do well to remember that salt boiled in milk will sometimes curdle it and it is therefore better to season just before taking from the fire Italian Chicken and Macaroni Cut up a chicken and boil it till tender While the chicken is cooking dip out a pint of tho chicken broth into another stewpan and put it with ono small onion sliced one tablespoon butter and a quarter of a pound of macaroni broken into inch pieces Cook until the water has nearly boiled away thou add one cup of milk or cream and cook slowly till tho macaroni has absorbed the milk Sprinkle grated cheese over it Roil the chicken liquor till reduced to one pint remove he fat thicken it slightly with flour wet in cold water Cook ten minutes Add salt anil pep per Pour tho macaroni over the chick- Â¬ en and the sauce over tho whole Roston Budget Â¬ 1 0 Â¬ A PRACTICAL SUGGESTION How u Wnrlclii Woninn Might I Iml Kin Iiloyiiutnt me him und tho laws penalty If 4 stop inside then tho law takes its course and your father must servo a torm in stato prisona ogtivmt among convicts You know Avhai such a result would bo to him and what it would bo to your mother Oh Clod oh God tho girl walled can Bitch a thing bo Can my poor dour father be in dangor of such a m j Ifc must servo him Rccomo my wifo and ho shall I will continuo to novor bo disturbed protect him and no man shall raiso a lumd ugaiust him Come say you will Louiso You shall novcr regret it I will raiso yon from this Ufa of suffer Â¬ ing and want and make you a lady You fctikll lmvo everything your heart sRndwIwi Say yes Ob 110 no thousand times noM tnu girl cried Toil ao not know what Voudo vrtsukofm t know how ger Hut jou can and 3011 fato It is too truo Louise Pearson went I have told 3011 truly of his dan on Â¬ that would not Your parents would suspicion something and if 3011 are to take this step to save them thoy must not know it Yon would not want them to know It No I would not she said Rut before wo go I must make ono more appeal to you I must bog 3011 on my knees to save them and spuro me and as Louiso spoke she lcccled before him and with clasped hands and streaming eyes begged pjtcously for mercy at Ids hands Ho let her proceed to a finish then with a shake of his head replied It is usoIcsb Louiso I am resolved and nothing cun ohango 1113 purpose I will coino back to morrow and I shall oxpect your auswer then If 3011 do ctdo to accopt my offer I want you to bo roady to go away with mo night Wo will leavo n letter ex- Â¬ plaining everything to your parents and after getting married at Mnglo City we will take a train for tho weai Hut you see Louise do I Then It shall bo as 3011 wish will go awa3 and I promise not to see you again Rut Louise I will never forget yon You havo this day broken my spirit destroyed my happiness and wrecked jny brightest hope but I will lovo 3ou still I littlo thought that the groat purposo that has cheered mo on to tho greatest efforts I was eapablo of making should como to this For your sake and in tho hope of one day claiming you for my wife I havo applied myself well to my studies and I havo graduated vith honor I havo dono everything for your sake and the guiding purpose of my lifo has been to gain a homo fit for you Rut now that Is nil at an end M3 hopes nro blasted in ono short hour and my castles havo fallen down You say that you will novor bo mine I can novcr marry you Paul I It is And you will not tell me No I cannot do that vl13 TO JIK CONTINUED Fathor laco so I is pouitlvoly inhuWhy 1 thought Daughter man you would bo pleased tulher Tin material for this dress cost soven do tight It with 3ou would not Â¬ lar a yurd--Qut- tk ltcviovr One of the most practical suggestions for service is that of the woman who conies in to work by tho da3 There is ver3 much moro in this idea of daily service employing a woman who in common parlance docs days work than has over been fully developed Washing and scrubbing are at present the principal duties of such workers Rut these although thoy represent tiio hardest labor cover only a small part of the daily housework The sweeping and dusting the sew- Â¬ ing tho cooking tho dish washing tho clearing up most interminable of tasks tho mending and the cham ber work all these como into the home life and into tho line of a housekeepers duties All these havo to bo overlooked Somebody has to sco that they are well done often to do them And the tlmo and tho patience and the strength which into those lit- Â¬ tlo things nobody bnt tho woman who does them knows Darning stockings with the attend- Â¬ ant horrors of mending and sewing on of buttons represents a batch of work which comes regularly every week to be dono and is n sore trial to tho woman who longs for tho time it takes that she may give it to bettor things Vet sho knows these tasks aro necessary and that they must bo accomplished for the comfort and well being of tho family in her charge Now thcro must surely bo plonty of women who can not do finished or high class work yet to whom mending and stocking darning clearing up of rooms and dusting would bo light and agreeable work women who having amplo time would bo willing to do such important yet trivial house work for the small sum of money tho service is worth They need not bo highly educated or vor3 joung womon they need only ho willing quick and ready to do well any and ovor3 trlflo which comes up for somobody to do Thoro aro certainly plenty of places waiting for just such workers Wo hear much of tho womon who aro Starving In making shirts at three cents apiece and trousers at five conts a pair Tho tales aro too well au thenticated to lo doubted But surol3 tho work above suggested would bo easier pleasnntcr nnd mora profitable to the wotnen who tiro keeping soul nnd body logother on such a pittance us that Ilnrpjra Iiuaar orf Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ vAi v 1 w 1 KV J AGRICULTURALHINTS POULTRY HOUSE HEATER Tlio Clever Device liiTontcd by n Now lonwy Wiuimii ROAD IMPROVEMENT Tho February Wide Awake Comes promptly to hand with an exceed Â¬ ingly varied and entertaining list of con- Â¬ tents Wo wonder if tho parents of our boys and girls really know what an ex- Â¬ cellent and absorbing story Mrs Mary Mcintosh Cox is giving us in her serial Jack Urcrctous Threo Months Serv- Â¬ ice Whllo thoyoungpeoplo rcadit with growing interest and imblbo lessons in honor manliness aud devotion to duty from its stirring incidents not ono of tho aider generation but can live again tho dramatic scenes of 1801 which it por-Â¬ COPYRIGHT 1691 trays when homes woro ront and anx- Â¬ Arrested Tho ious hearts woro over strained tho progress of Consumption In story appeals to all So too though in nil its enrher stages it can bo cured a different way docs tho Arabian story of pluck and endurance The Lanco of Its a scrofulous affection of tho a blood taint and as in Kariaua thrill its readers month by jiungs raco over tho desert ovcry other form of scrofula Dr month Tho camol described In the February number is Pierces Golden Medical Discovery full of u force and fire that stirs tho blood is a certain remedy But it must of every reader Among tho important bo taken in timo and now is tho contributions to tho Fobruary Wide titno to take it The Sign of Awake is the last story It purifies tho blood thats tho tho Prophet Jonah ever written by secret Nothing else acts liko it Eliot McCormick ono of Now Yorks Its tho most- potent strcngth-ro-storc- r promising newspaper men untimely blood cleanser and llesh cutoir by death scarcely six mouths Mrs Harriet Maxwell Convcrso buildcr known to medical science since has another of her interesting Indian For Weak Lungs Spitting of Blood With Seventy Chiefs at Bronchitis Asthma Catarrh and all articles Mrs Maud IIowo El- Â¬ lingering Coughs its n remedy Ohswekan liott talks delightfully about Somo thats guaranteed in every case Mrs to benefit or cure Horses that I havo known Jano O Austin gives tho charm Â¬ If it doesnt tho money is re- Â¬ of ing story Lora Stand ishs Sampler of which all readers of turned In other words its sold on Standish of Standlsh and Betty Al glad to know more Lovers trial den will be No other medicine of its kind is of adventure will enjoy Lieut Col In Thorndikos thrilling experience And that provos that nothing clso Harriet is iust as good as tho Discov tho Straits of Capo Horn Pickncy Husos skotch of a storm On ery a Florida Reef and nenry Cleveland Tho dealer is thinking of his Woods Kontuclcy pioneer story Un- Â¬ profit not of yours when ho urges WritingDorothy Holcombs der Fire about Tho Night of something else s-down HIS HAD TUB GKII will raise tho ready the Fire MR E SCIILICriTINO living at No 2M9 Tho First Steamboat and A smile Now Yorlc CItv Pet Seal are short instructive papers Third Ave of Dec BOtli lMwroto tho following under dato Two weeks ago I whs tulten with severe pains In my back head and the department Men and Things chest anil throat Tho poetry nnd I concluded it In fiict tny whole body ached is full of readable items must bo tho grip I used two picThe bottles of Dr Hulls Cough Syrup nnd found reof tho number is excellent my lief tures in the number are illustrative and dren tho third bottle cured mo Two of two chilwere taken tho sumo way nnd bot characteristic and tho feeling that tho tles cured them Dr Hulls Cough Syrup la worth Its weight in gold children of this generation who have tho possibilities of regularly reading so m OHIO helpful and elevating a magazine as WELL Wide Awake are blessed indeed is em- Â¬ DRILL phasized again by a perusal of tho February issue with our fainoun Well Wide Awake is published at 20 cents Alnchinrrr Tho odLf Mil cletnius ana it dropping toolf tn ut per number S240 per year ataiorae D LoTimoi Co Publishers Boston L00MIS NTMAN BHUIZ TirriN ouio Mass Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ordinary lamp having a tin chimney with a piece of mica in front of the chimney so as to show the ilamo is surrounded by an ordinary stovepipe the larger tlio pipe the better or a sheet Iron or tin pipe may be made for Hie purpose a board being arranged at the bottom of the pipe by lacking tho pipe to the board for the lamp to rest on Or if preferred two cross strips may be placed at the bottom in place of the board as it will allow more air to come in Air holes are cut all around the pipe so as to permit of a free cir- Â¬ culation of air A sliding door or one fiSErqETttS lionUjr by Miss Ihittio Seely Ilnm montou N 1 Is not only novel but It is a contrivance that costs bo little and can be so quickly and easily arranged as to commend itself at a glance An The design of a cheap poultry house IK5S5Sw J UHKAl roiMTUY IIOUSK HKATKH It should be made of 10 foot plank a inches thick These should be planed smooth on all sides and edges and put together with i inch wire nails or still Each joint better 4 inch screws should be painted with thick lead and oil and tightened by a piece of candle wick saturated in the same strung on the edge of the joining plank before it is put together the reeking wick to be POULTRY IN WINTER held straight by being stretched on a Let it bo side aid Boston Transcript small nail at each end The Kind or lYoriliig That Will Aumuo nearest the inside of the tank as on tho SiitlHdictory ItesuStH lie Another picco of sugar I do bit of plank shown A Is the wick J In the morning give the fowls a The bottom of one end of the trough not think I would liko to bo the sweet Â¬ warm breakfast prepared tho even Â¬ is beveled to facilitate the work of est girl in tho world She Why not ing previous by cutting up a bucketful sliding tho porker in and out For the He I prefer being next to the sweetest of clover hay in half inch lengths using Boston B ml get a cutter made for the purpose To this Some Other Kind Husband This cut hay add oue quart of cornmeiil soap you bought isnt lit to wash a dog and two quarts of bran scald with with Wife Well now I thought it boiling water and let it stand over was when I bought it for you Yankee night covered with a piece of old car Blade pet or bagging llefore feeding it in A noon way to lenrn to tulk Is to first the morning stir the whole mass thor Â¬ learn to listen Hams Horn oughly together and while it is warm place it in the feed troughs At lirst Tun nrlco of turkoy Is often nn Indigesthey eat sparingly of it but in a few tion Washington Star days they will clean it all up nicely Tun and very quickly After this feed they same purpose a roller placed as shown for thoEiirUkIY sparrow is very tough being most purtguttor peronor Is a great aid and also for turning tho will sing merrily and be very happy A and a little later their crooning song hog over for complete scalding Tin gas that bIzzIch is notnhlo for its light is changed to the staccato cackle which frame is hinged to tho under side of nml airy manner Washington Stur announces the much coveted eggs At the beveled end to support it while tho Tiiiy dinner time two quarts of wheat may hog Is being drawn out This can bo because probably call tho soa treacherous It bunt tlio banks Columbus 1ost buttoned cloe to the trough while it be scattered among tho litter and the Knvy Is llxod only on merit nnd liko n fowls will scramble in great confu is not in use For transporting it use sion for it They scratch and pick a stoie boat or rude runners may be mro oyo is offended with ovcry thing Unit 18 among the ehafT obtaining tho exer Â¬ built permanently on the bottom of right Sled cise needed to prevent storing up fat the trough for It to rido upon To ortlco shoes will do ah at 15 A piece of Inch earth tiik unfortunate turn on holders tho which is to be always avoided as an may bo said to its political enemy to ujr production In the even hose 0 is forced through an auger axes Philadelphia Times ing before they go to their roosts give hole at the bottom and Is used for the UnoniiTS them a feed of whole corn which fur double purpose of heating the water salad shouldfor tnnklng restaurant uhlckon begin Kirstcatcli your calf by steam from a cauldron with a tight nishes employment to their digestive Texas SlftingH machinery during the night and sup lid to which tho hose is attached and WurN Imlf uilozon pooplo nro to dlno plies the needed heat while inactive for draining tho tank when the scald- Â¬ If tho freo end of the upon it quartor of Iamb whatH tho proper This promotes a comfortable nights ing is done A quarter before six timo for dinnorj rest which poultry need as well as hose Is kept at the height of the top of ol ccuritt Oneo a Week the tub or higher no water will escape man Thrown on the ground all labor of You rnnt monsuro u glrlH lovo by its Twice a week change the morning The slgha lClmlra Guzotto Omit tho cut clover hay and emptying it Is dispensed with feed give them a warm mess composed of scraping platform Is arranged at tho A pitrTTV girl is n subjeut worth press ing Hluylmiiilon Republican mashed boiled potatoes turnips beef beveled end N E Homestead scraps unrt dissolved pork cracklings How to Miiltu Blent yiileldy A wiiATiimt profit an Inuomoou tho sale bome corn meal and wheat bran all Though known as a fact by tho ex Â¬ of overshoes Washington titar mixed and fed warm not thoroughly This supplies the variety nooesi perience of farmers it has also been hot Has your son Bowed his wild oats yot sary to health The beef scraps and established by experiments made for No but ho keeps right m lt12pouli pork cracklings supply animal food In that purpose that tho per cent of foodÂ¬ Local nrido Is most apparent In people phico of the worms and bugs they got consumed steadily declines as an aniliberty Occasionally give mal Increases in size In other words with laud for sale Milwaukee Jouruul while at them corn and oats ground together in tho largor tho nnlmal tho greater the Tith ntost wrlnklo Is u source of satis place of puro corn meal American amount of food required to mako a faction to young people but to tho old is Tho cheapest and otherwise pound of meat Agriculturist quickest meat mado is from young ani Â¬ Who m tho rifilit ofway thoono going pushed At no time is It desirable to feed mals that uro well fedasrapidly as they in or the one coming out of a door I The soon ono who has the mo4t push Hasten Joui poultry an exclusive grain diet they from birth and sold ual reach tho proper size need more bulky food Â¬ Â¬ to raise up and down may bo arranged for placing the lamp in the pipe or for talcing it out for filling or the bottom strips may be arranged for that pur- Â¬ pose No solder is used all the parts should be riveted At the top is across piece also made of iron or tin the ar- Â¬ rows indicating the direction of Ihe heat Tho heater may bo hung up by wire which is attached to the hook shown on top from the roof but with Â¬ in three feet of the iloor to prevent in terference or contact by the fowls If preferred the heater may rest on tho lloor but should then be protected by a wire cage to protect against the hens Any kind of lamp or small coal oil stove may be used but the chimney should be of tin riveted not soldered Itis best to have the whole heater made by a tinner of tin or sheet iron and about ton inches in diameter and twen Â¬ ty inches high the crosspiecc being also twenty inches long but stove pipe may be used over a small lamp In place of the crosspiecc a tin plate may rest on wire pegs raised three inches over the top of the pipe to al- Â¬ low of free draught Iy this arrange Â¬ ment the heat is distributed in both directions from the center of the poul Â¬ try house It is only neccwary to keep out frost hence 40 or 50 degrees above zero is warm enough and the house will also be kept dry There will be no injury from foul air or carbonic acid gas as plenty of air will always lind its way in This should be used only on cold nights Farm and Fireside Â¬ the roads all through the year And it is often the case when the farmers should use them to the best advantage they are in the worst condition Had roads often prevent the fanner from taking advantage of a favorable time to market his crops He mustsell when the roads are good so that ho can haul and in consequence his products are forced upon the market during the lat ter part of summer or early fall whether they are In demand or not They are often bought and held until there Is a better demand and then they are sold at a profit With better roads so that farmers could be sure of marketing at any time more or less of the products could be stored and put on tho market more gradually The extra wear and tear of the teams wagons and horses caused by bad roads is an important item of expense which if it could be saved and applied towards keeping up the roads would pay a good part of the expense One objection to the present system of road work is that we fail to get value received The cost is made seem ingly light but in a great majority of cases better work could be done at half the expense with better management Experience has proved that the cost of making good roads is readily repaid by tho increased value of the farming land near it Yet many are hard to convince that it is profitable to go to tho expense of building good roads Hut when well built they are never al Â¬ lowed to run down It would hardly be possible to under Â¬ take to make all the roads good at once but if all the money spent by a county on roads scattered all over the county a good part of which is practi- Â¬ cally thrown away was concentrated only on such a length as could be made thoroughly good we should have good roads in a much less time than we will under the present system During the winter is a good time to The roads consider this question themselves usually supply a good argu Â¬ ment and the farmer has more time to think and talk it over St Louis Re- Â¬ public PRIZE HOG TROUGH Â¬ Â¬ Itntl Hlghwaya Aro n Hourco ofdrcnt Loas mill Annoyance Under present conditions in most lo- Â¬ calities it is the farmer that loses most by bad roads It is his teams that do most of the heavy hauling on the roads in getting his crops to market liuforo so many railroads woro built mer- Â¬ chants millers and others in towns and cities were obliged to do a considerable amount of hauling but a largo portion of this is avoided now and tho farmer is perhaps more Interested in good roads than any others He must use 1iliW 1 ffltlTVMtM jEuimeTs and IMnti which state tha bamU Injnre the Iron and burn off Brilliant O TbeKuWsun 8tOTO PolUh Is pays consumer leu Durable and theetery purchase lor HOlta with or glaw pckge i ONLY TRUE Jit K THE TONIC IRON Will purify BLOOD rcjniUU KIDNKVS romovo LlVEll uiiuruor ounu irciiKiu rcneir unite LUU ILU roso bloom on clicoki ocautlnos Complexion Hold everywhere All jtcnulno goods bear MCroconU Bend uiUcoutftauipfor a pag pamphlet DR HARTER MEDICINE CO St Louli Me appeuio rciioro uciui ana TlRorofyouth Dyspepsia IndlKOitlon thattlrca fjccU inKauoiutoiy oracucaieu Mind brightened hrala liowor luoroased Imnrt nerve mui cles receive now forca nlTorlnir from comnlalnU tit cullar to tnoirsox uitng unna a cafe ipoortjr cure ItoturnA MOTHERS FRIEND is a scientific- Â¬ ally prepared Liniment every ingre- Â¬ dient of recognized value and In constant use by the medical profes- Â¬ sion These ingredients are combined in a manner hitherto unknown MOTHERS FRIEND MOTHERS FRIEND Â¬ Â¬ BORE WELLS WILL DO all that is claimed for It Shortens Labor it AND MORE Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child Book to MOTHERS mailed FREE con- Â¬ taining valuable information and voluntary testimonials Sent by express on receipt of price 9100 pel bottlaw BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO AtlantaGa SOLD BY ALL DnUQQISTS 8 m V AnillUMoiTltlno IIHIIIM to UO diiyH VI -- MAM WlflDRJ 1U1S flflK STEPHENS ka n Habit Cured In 19 No pay till cured LobanonOhloa L Coarse and abus- Â¬ ive remarks Thats a good phrase By the way Mr Blower is on tho other side isnt he City EditorOh no bos one of our speakers Editor So Let me see I think jou had better change An Kxcellcnt Tank Tor Scalding IIoks of that to keen and incisive Boston Large Slc Transcript To scald hogs of 100 to 00 pounds a Sometimes the schoolmaster learns Nothing is common tub is inadequate Editor of Organ HALLS City of Toledo Lucas Co State of Ohio S S better than the tank or trough shown more than all his books havo taught him from the simple minded seventeen-year-ol- d girl who sits in one of the back seats and looks at him shyly without speaking when he asks tho dates of tho Punic wars Somorville Journal Contributor You complain of my article being verbose and empty rhetor- Â¬ ic but just look at somo of your editor- Â¬ ials Editor Yes but then jou know I give all tho people will stand of that kind of stuff without calling upon out- Â¬ Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that canriot be cured by the use of HALLS CATARRH CURE Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1889 0 KVrAlilAU sisal LUCAS CO o o A W GLEASON NOTARY PUBLIC juy 1 HALLS CATARRH CURE IS TAKEN and acts directly upon the Blood and mucous surfaces INTERNALLY CATARRH T JS STXDI33XrXaJLjS CAHROM ItKV II M 17 say that takes It CONDUfTOU V D LOOMIS notroit Mich says Tho effect of Halls Catarrh Curo 1b wonderful Wrlto him about it Cave Ky ovcry ono n WATTTTATT nf rimrrMala Halls Catarrh Cure cures Xr lln Two bottles of HiiIIh ly cuml my llttloirlrl Catarrh Curo completeW Va Krntlnrwl Tntr pumi says ery bad Halls Catarrh Curo cured me of a cauoof latarrh J SIMPSON Marqurss Halls Catarrh Cure Is Sold by all Dealers in Patent Medicines Â¬ PRICE 75 CENTS THE ONLY A BOTTLE GENUINE HALLS CATARRH CURE IS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TettIinonialj sent free on application mm Bi M r Jroraeulcd THIS MANUFACTUKKU UV F J CHENEY 3OILj3E330Cf r CO 11KWAK13 BOILING OP IMITATIONS OR MILK O V I vinuy BatvnUou OH SSiViiSiB FOLKS REDUCED IfotUrvinirnoinconvnlenca Htrlntlr onnfllntlaL I and no bad BHact COCOA Lf3CLLED 1 EPPSS GRATtFUL OOMFORTINQ 2 LB TINS ONLY for nj Uct vis Ilomoily Use Catarrh Is tho and Chcupust Katest to WATER y Cilil t tlfiiaaluu nn tiu inll K T Uuzelllu Kc Wurran Pu AN K H MTNAU MMH iwy tkMMvrlU rAi4 I nspfv ftvjWf H Vf UPPALOIWY tHf BMJM ASTHMATlb WHKN WKlTJNtt AHVKKTJSKJ lMUM MM Ihlll JH MW lfc AaVMtMMi fat UU A 133f 7 iiiiumiihiii - Il ih37rzr2ty- y u1J tni Tini iivjTCjtuuninJiu nit nnmu immmmuMMCT Valuable Holes In tint li niiinl Two rnlthrul Irli-itihStrolling iihuul Virginia Oitv Nev Purfft KeiittiekiaVCItlzetiHnyfi it Tho Ik known that Gov Brown nil unsollc- - hmi war ago Mnekey pointing to a itctl had w lectetl Hon 0 C Loekmrt hln k cavity in tho ground mibl to John Flora Wilkes pueerJllJa Itimkei Jli Out of that hole I for tho Judgeship Superior Court Itu hoII Yoiiiiic Tom Rogers lUO icv 1881 bred at ilnv Stallion foaled Mav knowing him pcrwiinlly and recognizing took ir0 000000 in nilver bullion This Yenrliugexhlbitlon of two linn Sully llamlct two yearrld 2Mi old record rec First Hamlet stnkesln 187winnerHamlet year Ashland Park - was ono of the fatnutu Honnnt mines sire by old in him a man eminently fitted for tho pothreeyear ord 22IJ iMorctta SIKED BY HAPPY MEDIUM 400 f A V Iantlinil -- Jil4 And tho dajs of bonanzas are not all sltion third beat four vcar old record 222 Sire of Nancy Hanks 20 Mario Cobb 213J t Lean Latlv M Truro pacer JJJ fourth heat In tho face of thin Mr Loeklmrt oamo iwHsctl and tone A telegram naya the llveyear old retain 220 Eddie C pacer 220 Norman Medium tine iUJK Hrookrilile Flora 2JI ami the slx vear old trial 217 Mack horse IVI to Frankfort Jtud personally appealed to Mollie Gibson mine at Apen Col will 220 Cainllle 2 20 V Biikz Medium 220VJ dams of TlifirnlfHM JilSf Cyclone 2y2 hand hiuh fouled lane li ISSI Hrcd at Harry Medium 221 JJ Brigadier 221 tho Governor to appoint his friend Judge make dividends of H 8000 for March raeelnl 2Wj amrjlaiii i Ashland Park First Love 222 14 Ernest Edith 222 100000 for April and the Kentuckiau truly savs it and nrobablv of Ureal letta --VIM HLUKIJI1Y IJAXKKltllll Maltravers222j Ac was a worthy and gracious act and ro j breaking all previous records of all the Own brother to Lvsamler sire of Lysandcr Seuoml ilain Sal dam of Coaster UiJU1 CapFirst dam Minnie West dam of Ciipanin Driftwood ami gramlain of silver mines of the earth Mollie could fleets great credit upon him lov220H Watt 224 iK William Kearney tain Clay pacer 2sl by Canada Chief threeyearoltl record 23 Adelbie231 Marlowe In 187J1 tho writer of this went wi h well allbrd to chin in 100000 for the 220 and Lvsiinder Chief Hi III est Hank 237 three vears old ie bv Joe sire ol dams of Governor JU and tho lato Col Ihil Leo to ask of Gov Let campaign fund of those who would make First Dam Pattlc Patelien trial 2iSgramlani Allie West 74- - sire of fewett214K Char fcu Hooker sire Maud Maeey Mainbrlno by of Chesnut Wllks 22 lie the appointment of the lato Gen seventv cents worth of silver pass for lev Friel 210 Frank Champ 21114 Patched sire of the dam of lay Wilkes Third dam the bun of Sole that produced Louisville Win L Jackson of Louisville to the one hundred cents in gold Cliarlev West 227 i Itachcl H 22814 c Hlaiic lie JJV i by Imp Yorkshire sire of 2irt Astra 2 lH Itosa Wilkes 218 also sire dams of Mollie Wilkes 222 14 vacancy in tho Judgeship of tho Jellor Times the dam of Ashland Chief sire of Black Klvira 2I89 Clcora 218SK Hmri 217 Allie Wilkes 222 Hacn 221 14 West Doforo wocould make Hoi Circuit Court Cloud 2 7 f and tweutv iiine others it thc2i0 list Wilkes 228 14 Ac Â¬ The New IMetlniiiuy known our mission Gov Leslie surtlani Mainly by Stanhopes Blood Fourth dam bv Woodpecker thnrotiplihrcd Second dam Madam Ilcadlcy dam of Mis rJeeond sire of Prince 227i ten miles in 2S08 The answer of the publishers of Web Hawk sire of the dam of Aliaont 217 prised us by saying that ho had made up Mabel winner two year old Kentucky The fee of Fnyettu Wilkes Is within the and Alev Wilkes 22W Ids mind to appoint Col Lee to tho va- sters Unabridged Dictionary to tho at Breeders Stake 1881 and Kaphlan dam reach of all mid lower than that of any daiii Pattie bv Dowiiins Vermont cancy he being at the time the Common Â¬ tempt of pirates to steal their thunder Third of Lockhnrt 214 tf by Stanhopes Edwin horse of equal merit in Kentucky Season sire of the dam of tiiiignut 221 Mambrliio Forrest 81 sire of Harrv Stanhope 231 wealths Attorney for tho district Tho by issuing cheap phototype reproductions 100 nrOOTO INSntti llraee sire of Kit Curry 218W f Edwin Forrest 10slre of Billy Hos si gentleman and true friend never of the antiquated edition of 147 is tho manly sire of Hell Wilson 22i Gills Vermont kins 22d 14 Champagne 230 and the wavered for a moment but promptly de publication of a new ami completely re lloniier llov 221 and sire of the dams of dams of So So 217 4 dam of Ail So clined telling Gov Ieslio that lie had edited and enlarged edition of the au Â¬ Abel 221V Col Mradshaw 2204 Nelly 220jj Maiiibi ino Dudlcv London distin- Â¬ eo mo to recommend Gen Jackson and thentic Unabridged which as a 22i4 llniiihuttii 220 The King 22 220 j Ac his Out of the dam of Black Cloud 217 Outlaw 22K Pearl 2i could under no circumstances accent guishing title bears the name of interna- Â¬ Third it in Mrs Stanhope bv Mamhriiin sire out of the dam of Wllscu 21 Fourth Iniii Jessie bv Thoims lellerson tho position ho sought for his eminent tional Chief sire of Lady Thorn 21SK Wood Bred at Bav horse foaled March II 1881 He is a beautiful ilaek with right hind ford Mambrino 221 friend who was so admirably equipped and four others The publishers have oxpended in the Ashland Park hand biirli and is a 1V ankle white His sous sired Loudon 220Paucoast lor tiio bench last ten vears over 100000 in the prepa Â¬ perfect horse stands having both bone and all over S1IIKD BY ABDALLAH WEST 1M83 221 X sire of Pation 214 4 and 70 othReluctantly tho Governor accepted the ration of this new book before issuing substance combined with the form and finish Sire of Wilkin 227 erHis daughters produced Piedmont declination of Col Lee and Gen Jack the first c ipy ami the improvements of characteristic of the cross lie so well repre First dam the dam of Black Cloud 2 17 217 Director 217 sire of Direct Mambrliio sou was appointed serving until his tho various editions sineo that of 1847 sents viz Ilainbletoiiiau sire and by Pilot Walker pacer pacing 201 Margnret S 212s 218 death a number of years later have cost over three fourths of a million Patelien dam This cross stands as the very Second dam the I hike Pacing Mare Ac and 21 others in the 30 list A weaker man a less faithful friend of dollars for editing illustrating type best because public performances have de Xotk Abdullah West 28l bv Allie West Fourth dam by Hunts Commodore sire of many repre monstrated its value Of its first dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson 2U1 dams of Commodore Belmont sire of far than Col Leo or Mr Lock hurt in either setting and electrotyping alone sentatives not one is the superior of Hunan by Clark Chief second dam Ohio by Doneaster 228 14 Gera of theso instances would have thrown rie Belle 2235 The new Dictionary is the best book of da for not one has demonstrated the same nium 2 2S1 itc and Mambruuellosire of American Clay third dam brought from s lo his friend and taken the oilkc that its kind in the English language It un ability to train on from year to year heidn Sadie Howe 220 Tom Britton 22 Ac Ohio and represented to he bv Brownnme unsought Such incidents sweeten locks mysteries resolves doubts ami de niuj with the vearlinu form None are betiscllloumlcr Ahdallali West died at six Fifth tin in bv Copperbottom grandsire of tho odor of life in this selfish and mate- cides disputes The possession of it and ter bred or better looking years old lie was the most promising dam of Hosaliud 221 and Donald 227 As a sire his success is assured as out of rial age Frankfort Capital the habit of consulting it will tend to colt I ever bred Notk Happy West is a rich inahogaily eight his tirst crop two entered the list last hay 10 hands 2hchcs high and a horse of West Cloud is a rieli mahogany bay promote knowledge literary taste and year as two vear olds namely Bermuda Boy Catarrh Cant Ho Curetl hands 2 inches with black mane and tail1 elegant style with as good action as auv social refinement For every family the 220 half mile track and losemary 22i With local applications as they cannot members of which have mastered reading Bermuda Hoy being one of the larjrt win and black legs extending above knees and sou Happy Medium ever sired as at two reach tho seat of tho disease Catarrh U the purchase of Websters International nitiU two vearobls of 18JB his first colts be hocks He is a powerfully built hoic for vears old he could trot in 210 and would bis height and has the most linislied set of have trotted in 230 at three years old had it a blood or constitutional disease ami in Dictionary will prove a profitable invest inu foaletl in 188 Judged at this age no feet and legs to get on a on the nider to euro it you have to take internal ment ami tho more they advance in stallion ever sired more uniform natural of any breed it is possible year old he horse not been for an accidentlegs was ears b gave which one of his hind As a two injure remedies Hall s Catarrh Cure is taken knowledge and cultivation the more gaited colts with speed unprecedented He evidence of being possessed of remarkable causing him to have to he thrown out i f will stand for mares season of 1812 at 200 speed as witli little handling he trotted a training internally and ih n directly on the blood they willappreciato its aitl and worth In this Iiolsc I have theutmott TO INSFIK the money to be paid as fid half mile in 118 - and miles in Ids work confidence as a anil mucous u f llalls Catarrh greatire being by Happv 101 at the liineof service and the in lows At three years old he was not Medium one ot the most noted of the sous 240 Curo is no quae medicine It was proCniiHiitiiiitlon CiiiimI other U0 when the mare proves in foal trained i to and out of a very severe of scribed by ono of tho best physicians in Ax old physician retired from prac being limited to thirty outside mares Par pink eye owing aNo adid no work on attack of of HambletoiiiaiiWest the second daughter tin He the track the gieat Allie dam is this country for years and is a regular tice having iiad placed in bis hands by lies wishing to reed to him had better book as a four year old As a five year old he was dim of Miss Mabel and Hapidan who is her prescription It is composed of the best an Fast India missionary the formula of their mares early jogged and trained lightly more forthe pur first colt produced Loeklmrt with a record tonics known combined with tho best a simple vegetable remedy for tho speedy It is my intention to stand Happy pose of ascertaining if he was entirely re of214 blood purifiers acting directly on the and permanent curo of Consumption 0 1802 at testing his West the season covered than with a view 203G speed in a few months he ottrotted a full thus afloriliug anofopportunity INSURANCE mucous surfaces Thu crfect combina Hrouehitis Catarrh Asthma and all to farmers and mile in 238 and half in 11 The season breeders to secure the services of one of tin 1881 223i Exhibition trial Oet tion of the two ingredients is what pro Throat ami Lung Affections also a posiduces such wonderful n suits in curing tive and radical cure for Nervous Debil Bay horse l hands t inches high foaled 1800 he served a few mares of my own greatest speed producing representatives in Slay 1S78 haudsomeit son of his and was not put to work until September the country at a nominal price as he will be catarrh Head for testimonials free ity and all Nervous Complaints after great sire and The handsomest of any trot- and his improvement was most remarkable limited to 30 mares Parties wishing to breed the CO F J CHENEY having tested its wonderful curat vo pow Â¬ He repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and I to him should apply early No other son of ting bred in the Fnited States Props Toledo O am hilly convinced lie will witli a seasons the great Happy Medium out of as good a ers in thousands of eases has felt it bis SIHKI BY IKORGK W1LKFS 222 Sold by druggists 7f cents duty to make it known to his suffering Sire of Harrv Wilkes 213 M Guv Wilkes training trot in 2 20 I will let him serve dam stands at such a low figure but I am Wilson twenty mares schmmi of 1802 outside of ten determined to let the public test his merits Mike Wilkes pacer 2lr fellows Actuated by this motive and a in sire INSrUASCK Overworked Adject I vu 2Uii So so 217MJ Wilcox pacer Joe of my own at proves to he in foal Money as aamong believing in the near future he will tlesire to relieve human suffering I will be the best due when mare the country Kosa Wilkes 218K Wilton our list of adjectives is inadequate send free of charge to all who desire it That to supply tho demands is plainly appa this recipe in German French or Eng- Â¬ I breed sound highly finished trotters and Mares bretl by the season not proving in foal have ilie usual privileges of return rent when it becomes necessary to rob lish with full directions for preparing have for sale high bred eolts and fillies out of producing dams by a greater Milliliter of prominent ires than any farm in the laud w isli to tiirin or hreeil on the snares twenty improved mares tho Deity of Ids attributes to supply the and using Sent by mail by addressing For sale at prices based on actual liiilivitliuil merit ror lurtuer interdeficiency When it is common to re- with stamp naming this paper W A uiation sec the Catalogue which can he hud Ashland Park Farm Lexington Ky mark the u divine Iatti did this or Nov is 820 Powers Hlock Rochester on application Mares keptat regular rates that that Mrs Deacon is divinely N Y 4yl ASHLAND PARK STALLIONS FOR 1892 BERMUDA 5874 HAPPY WEST 6414 I Â¬ I 22ii l218 ranlvJi Â¬ f I 1 1 27i 1 1 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ 2IJ Â¬ WEST CLOUD 5195 1 2llf - 1 1 1 t 1 Â¬ 1 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ j 1 Â¬ cs l- Â¬ Â¬ I I j j Â¬ Â¬ FAYETTE WILKES 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - 2lf 2l5l Â¬ -- 1 - Â¬ B J TREACY iinl fair in one of exaggerated assertions the ones whose vocabulary doesnt include every word applicable to the heavens above the earth beneath and the waters under the earth isnt in it so to speak The public car isnt theirs Tho signs how ever point to a reaction men and wo men are gradually taking the place of ladies and gentlemen ami in some remote quarters subdued speech is not altogetuer indicative of ignorance and bad form So far therefore from despairing at the paucity of tho language there is hope that wo may finally be saved from the necessity of resorting to pantomino in tinier to bo fully understood Nelson Â¬ that some debutante was arrayed Worths creations and like Record I r attack of the grip this year says Mr J 0 Jones publisherof the Leader Mexia Texas In the latter case I used Cham Â¬ berlains Coujjlt Remedy and I think with considerable success only being in bod a little over two days against ten days for the first attack The second attack I am satisfied would have been equally as bad as the first but for the use of this remedy as T had to go to bed in about six hours after being struck with it whilo in the first caso I was able to attend tt business about two days before getting down 50 cent bottles for salo by lloso Jones II til unit Tammany A special from Washington says The defeat of David HHill in his rotten bor- Â¬ ough of Elmira lias occasioned a goodly tlegree of agitation among those Congress men who have ofibrcd David tho votes of their States in the Chicago Convention and tho votes of Oswego is yet tnoro sig ni leant Tho spring elections so far held in New York show a Democratic loss of J 10 Supervisors and these same Super visors have a great deal to do with the counting of tho vote Thoro is a fear that Hill and Tamilian v have not got Now York nailed down after all Ilefoio the hogiuuiugnf Aprilthosilverquestion is liable to bo before the Somite ami be fore the assemblage of tho National Mr Hill will Democratic Convention bo culled upon to face it and that will lie occasion for more imitation There used to bo a man in Franco named Hon Â¬ Â¬ hive just recovered from n second Tlmt Speech Do Business With a Home Institution Before Senator Hill abandoned his tour of the South and when he contemplated THE CLAY CITY visiting Frankfort he a keii a Kentucky Democrat the best kind of a speech to I will tell you make the Iveiituckians said tho man questioned make a red CLAY CITY KY hot Democratic speech and give the Mug wumps hell Then I know that if you 150000 fail to make any converts you will cer- Capital tainly nut make any enemies for I do not FLOYD DAY FRANK BRUSSELL believe there is a Mugwump in KenCashier President tucky No Bank in Eastern Kentucky has better Make tho Major KiM onliT vaults nor better facilities for keeping your people The Lexington Leader advocates a account Managed entirely bvhomeready to and proposition to have the new charter of who know youyou who arb always that city abolish the Hoard of Aldermen accommodate to loan on reasonable rates 7rOMnncy which it denominates a useless fixture Call on us ami merge the ollices of Mayor ami Ho corder into one The teideney of the CLAI5KNDON Cor Limestone and Short sts past ten years in Lexington says tho Leader has boon to ctahlish sinecures Lkxinotox Ky by multiplying office The Leader takes - WELL W H HO PuoiMinToit no thought of the danger that too much Then has been added an Annex with 20 pruning may distroy politics as a piofit large well ventilated rooms Street Cars ablo industry and crowd an excess of pass the door cverv five minutes Located cheap ami unskilled labor into other oc within twoMuarcs of depot rfcJ RiiliTiTiYil - Nruit Br4 National banK iiini gwjimiiii - lUve ton urltton hi j rt If you Imrfu I ultilom pENTUCKY itiiu I Ull HIVIIIhM lcrlilii M lull ily li Any filrly rii iintillloii fiiceil Iki1 ir I uii mr iiiii4i I ll Ii Iflftoiitil tntflllzcnt n CENTRAL RAILWAY lllUK tlKASS 111HJTK Â¬ ffiHMjW BR iBESfl mi Â¬ MH f 0k 7Mmmz ai lS SK ii - THE Sfcfei9i Scr--aBu ci1nt NulliliipC s- nUn inn utiot nit r iiniititiiin ill vumU lihlu iIhiIjliMitIhmv lo am 1 lion iul 1i iI1ii r a Mnr hi llirlr ita it 111 I t II liars I rr 11k lli iiUo furnl th nlll din ilittiitlt ii or uiplm mi lit at wli li li m tail arit I Lul ntiiinint I h ii tn iitiltilu inl imbr nolli mc nu ii ii ifclllit r net li runil itfilllriit lni ht SHOllTEdT AND QUICK EST KOUTE FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO A m it il II POINTS ot NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST FAST LINE I5ETWEEN LEXING Â¬ TON AND CINCINNATI 8ySitKnuii- in Errrcr Ntv lr - 1801 lii wliovf n SotTll HotND Covington Paris Lexington Paris Xo I 1 Xo Â¬ iniiiil Urge i ininuvr n nu ltt imuiiL mir llura I liuumil Dullara Vrar mill All Ili neiT lulllaiiri- - Inllpirtl uliri flFI A kiinv all If urtia mil romliiilo In arn mi fnrllnr liJT l Imrin I ilunit AiMiraa -- m i3 m Yrullcl wiilifin tllllinill l li iirn or t It t r aii ii much tllllO 1 ill l4 IlUt oin iirni fiuin vn r ii iiiviiii l ei count 1 luiteil rmilt tmiiilit niul Kprcss ts 1 l iiifiuunli lst S Le KxSun 2 ofiplii t No Accoiii Dail Lt 01101 S Aril Le ISam lvSam 12 1 lOun -- liiiJ 1W2lpui s OS 00 pm 02 pm ll li nmipinij 7 10pm oopm 7777-------l nr l cupations Courier Journal Alli llux 4O AuuiKia V0 Malno Cluunlxu luliius Kjo iumI Skin Oliitnifiit A cnitTuv cure for Chronic Sore Uses Tetter Salt Hlieuin Scald Head Old Chronic Sores FeverSores Eczema Itch Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples ami Piles It is cooling ami soothing Hundreds of cases have been cured bv it after all other treatment had failed It is put up in 2 l i m ami no cent noses Ftir sale bv Rose oc Swnngo octDvl 1891 HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Hormal and Preparatory School srlOND TKItM HKtlAN MONDAY NOVEMI1ER 15 1891 TKACIl KIS COrilSH embraces all the brnehes reipiired in the Common Schools Daily Theorv and Pruetiee a specialty drills fur Teachers lUSIXKSS COniSK enihraccs the Tea ebers Course llool Keeping llusiness Forms and Transactions ami Conincrcial 1892 I 3 JEWELER THE offers the most complete line of goods for Kfu j Richmond Livingston Corbin Middleshorougli Winchester Tiiiiii pin 1 A i 12 1 lOun li lopm Jiplil jnii 7 m I I jini iiii Cumberland Corbin Williamsburg Fcllieo Jap Le r Lc 7 pin 7 m im 1 oOpm L1 - lini Iflpin No 1 Richmond Lancaster Stanford oTipm I r I 20m Xo 2 Xoarn lioiM Stanford iuiiciisier Xo ii Daily press IJiaHy 7 Kx Sun llailv Ie Ar 7iaiii lam ITmiiii I J liisaiit AIiim Thomas Disney a convict sent in 1887 from Laurel county for life for the mur der of George Pettors was last week adjudged a lunatic before County Judge Williams of Frankfort Jle was there upon pardoned out of the penitentiary by Gov Hrown and tho court ordereii him sent to the asylum at Lexington Disneys mania is religion ami for nearly Kroiu to li Uoii Ilichiiioud Ml Â¬ Our goods are first class and our iTPRICES LOW Visitors to the city will receive our best attention No 11 K Main St opp Court House a Jellie 7Lv Willianisliiirg Corbin Ar Cuiiibd dapT Le Corbin Livingston Lixiugstou Kichiiioutl 8 8 a in ii in E5 li i 11 11 Iiximi Â¬ Middleshiriugi llnm t i lNCJLISIl COIMtSK prepares for Ken tuekv Iniversitv and Colleges of that class ANC1KNT Si MODKKN LANUUAdKS LKXIXOTON KY Â¬ Asylum and many relatives from his homo county of Knox in tho Lexington the other at middle of term Asylum Thero is no danger from whooping cough when Chamberlains Cough Kerne dy is freely given It liquifies the tough tenacious mucus ami aids in its expec tation It also lessens tho severity and frequency of tho paroxysmsof coughing and insures a speedy recovery Thero is not tho least dangor in giving it to children or babies as it contains no injurious substance CO cent bottles for salo by Jtoso Jones Â¬ five weeks since he was first suspected ho Our rates are less than auv school In Ktu tcru Kentucky Hates of Tuition perMouth bus been continually praying and preach ing He his a brother in the Anchorage Â¬ 100 SI 50 and 200 jrfrTiiynble out half on entering School IIOAUDINO lunger Messrs Oage Sherman of Alexander Texas writes us regarding a remarkable curo of rheumatism thero as follows Tho wife of Mr Win Pruitt the post Â¬ master here had been bod ridden with She coud rheumatism forseveralyears geV mulling to do her any good We sold her bottle of Chamberlains Pain Halm and site was completely cured by its use Wo rafer miy ono toher to verify this 50 cent bottles for sale by ttntciNtnt HoecfeJonetj Â¬ t There will be no more trouble about too high board the cost of board and lodg ing will be only 200 pki wickk HVKin We can ncconimodatc TlllNti iMltNlsitKi sity hoarders la our new building new furniture and good fare The teachers live in the Academy Home and have the immediate charge of the hoarders I O Combs Is the caterer no better can bo found Â¬ i ynjjra af Scicntlfio American Agenoy for Winchester nns LeiiiMon r Le Le 2am tl 7 Sam Ar Imiiiii oain Main alum Iliini 12 II I li jinn iu pm Covington Iuns Le TlWhiin Ciiieiiiuai S rWIiini r Idol am Ar II on am I 2 00 2 17 Mi pin pm juii t 11 I pfu IMI 2r pm 15 j Ml I ii i7 pa- 1 li v DESIGN PATENTS COPYRIQHTS etc For Infnrmntlon nnd frco Ilamltwiolc yrlto to MUNN Js CO Sit linoAinvAV Niw Voiik I mftrcfc tiAnie r nmnnai k Alft rO S T II MoilSK Asst den Ofliee Clmiiiher of Coinineree It Kxorr C P Atmoiik Traflie Manager Jen Pass Agt icneral Ollices Louisville Kv lliilbling PassAgt OUlost buriwu for aoctirltur txitonts In Amerlcn hory intent taken out by us la tirouuht iHiforo tho imlillo by n notice given frco of clmrgo In tho Ciuuinmiti Ohio Dailv to all points except ItowJaud Iiivihioii which is daily except Sunday Xo 2 Ittins dailv eveent SiiudaV fioia Lexington to Cincinnati Xo 1 t v v jyr ttji Hazel Green Is tbe lircttlesl town in Kast ern KeutueUv free froin many of ills ol Lanrut rlrculntlnn of finr aclontlllo popor In tho world Mnlnmlliltr liiustrntoil railway towns and those of more popula No A limrniitccil Itcmcily man nhouia bo without It Woolclr imolllnentu HUon tion no saloons or harbors of temptation yeart llW six mnnthi Addros MUNN CO Mogriminc the only permanent euro The people welcome strangers and tutlti lUUisujsnsniroadTTarNow York lor all tonus or headache ami neuralgia euneh for good are thrown around them If yotiwWi to icinill love of your best i relieves tho 1iwii in from 15 to -- 0 niin- - All hoarders will be undur the 8iipcrviiuu j The -itistlv eelebratetl rid Tlf TiN i i utfViTiv lwr e dirt in your cars or f tttw For sale on punitive guarantee iat of this teaehvrs Send for catalogue etc rerrv air alee nous oii uwymftaMii ftMiN uml ttlwaya ai ni ilitKAM ouiic ur bunt Hqiaiu uv WM H CORD are wild at tills ollice at 10 cent a dozen Iain W rtcettit of price CO cents u box MiiyH ISWl ctafo PItlNOlPAL ami the best pencil in town at 5t apleee Â¬ i icntilix Jiwmau - No I except Suiidav Xo I I Xo I Runs dailv from all stations ex cept the Itowland Olvlslon which is daily Xo iliiMon linns dailv Â¬ Dailv except Sunday Dailv between Cluoiimali and 1 Lev Â¬ 1 ttacLy and make connections at Win chester for points on the X NiV M V K Xo I Carries through cars from CJucin imti to Miibllciibiuoiiub and Cumberland iiilMiad nil interniediale btatlons itjul rain Nos I dails - i - VWWra5KKrWftMIW1 OTiaMAWriiill95iEit TliMimBi I f JVUBk V JSTn V Mr It lb grt4 kk 7 si -- ur f t ftp - v W 1 J -- si t t V V a f- - t E V fj i v i iy V L 1 6ttfir t r j - f iAV V laiVuiOi M iiaftuiPrrlliiiLLL i if lo - t VJ tt wwf