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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- 21 - -- - t -- - j jt-r- - at y ahi jafciiizianm - t -- - -- m t m urn m SPENCER COOPER OWner unci Editor Of v l -- w rTTzT TTJrrr a Noisy World With Nows From All Nations Lunging jit His BiOkJ v - r5 SIOO 2j5 A YEAR Always lr Att aJ Mfcih I ISI Ercnrra vak t- nx HAZEL GREEN- WOLFE COUNTY - KY4f FRIDAY SEARCH 1 1 1892 NUMBER It j la a v - mm j PAY NO Tenth CoiiKrenKlonnl DHtrh t iaJJit Miiy 10 HHil llo ProKrtiHimt ArrHiiRtMl ft atrikfng down at his mt Tho sudden rThe Executive Committee of the State e of duty of the lamented Mr Koridall Press Association met at Frankfort on the taMtfltVfeTo meet our expetuM must intUt an collecting U will rendor it necessary for tho Demo 15th inst arranged the time of meeting subscriptions 1h advMMe4 yi Wf to craW of this Congressional Dlntrict Is The and iiRrced upon a programme hold at a very earlv day a convention committecmetatthcofficcof the Capital to nominate a candidate at the special with Chairman E Polk Johnson Col Your Subscription atxp It is not yet John Q Hodges President of the Lex election to fill the vacancy JHKAT FIFTY CKNTS ON THE DOLLAR known when nor whero this convention incton Press Club came down to ad will ho held but tho time will necessa vise the tnombers as to tho tiilio when it IStj3 v rily be short and it will be impossible would be most convenient for tho citizens v ffor any candidate to see all tho people of Lexington to receive the Association ntiil your renewal is earnestly Mtlfettvd or V wish to I tako this mctuou ni announcing my The Hlucgrass capital had asked lastsum if youthe rate discontinue send balaHeWlH A us at of SVjJc a cnndldacv to vou Clark county has nl irer that the Association meet there this paid subscriptions will be month AlJtdropped from frter ways been content to rendor her valiant year and the invitation had been ac- Â¬ books A rm I land tho accounts be plsfHI service to whomsoever her sister counties cepted in an oiueur s minus lor collection mljrilt put forward for this great office Thanking you for past patronage and w Col Hodges announced that May 10 v til Only onco as shohad an aspirant and 11 and 12 had been agreed upon The letting your continued good will I am Respectfully your he did not succeed to the nomination Association has been meeting heretofore V SPtiNCKR COOPER Her people feel that after all these yours in June but the committee accepted the in our store room nftcr We are going to iniike conic improvements if of fidelity to the cnosen sons 01 otiior Lftlintitred date with pleasure It was January 1st The contract is signed anil sealedwith the counties they have some claims which ft10Ujlt however that all tho business JoHopli M Kendall t SI contractors consequently we are compelled to lm rinmnornnv nf ftin rlittfriftt will rlit of the Association could be finished in Tho fiat of the people has gone forth We presell our stock or pack it away ilze two days even with the liberal enter- Â¬ fer selling it at a sacrifice Situated as wo are at the very gateway tainment proposed by the hospitable citi- Â¬ and Joe M Kendall will bo the successor to all tho district there is not one county zens of Lexington and the meeting will of his father in Congress The tide of popular favor in which hosUinds gather in all tho sisterhood in tho development be held on May 10 and 11 strength ns it rolls over the district ml of which wo are not deeply and vitally The Association will assemble at noon of Tug Forkiip r interested and I promise if electel to in the Loxhigton Opera house Mayor J from the ltotiglm laves its purfc Iloonos Creek which this great position that I will waste no Hull Davidson will make the welcome tl tho westorn border of t AW opportunity which offers to develop and address PrestdentSommerswill respond waters against in Congressional possibff Every suit of Clothe every Overcoat every Pair of Pants build up this magnificent domain of Business concluded tho guests or such county so rich marked in plain figures Wo will just split them in half This ties and so devilish poor in Cotigresio E counties oa euro to go will be taken to tho probabilities the invincibility of youTV means ou cents on Hie uoiiar inc cneapesi saie oi line rcauy The great work so ably faithfully and raco track In tho evening tho Mayors Kendall is conceded by all and in qve made Clothing in kotitupky r j j industriously undertaken by the dead ball will tako place at the Phoenix Hotol other Our business is not conducted by fakes and guessing schemes ooitntv tho shouts of the M unterrH r NC ty Congressman ought to full into hands that Maj McDowell will entertain them with lied wakes The man thats selling watch chains on the street corner for SI the sleeping echoes of hi--jFXl lewill earnestly carry it forward to its throwing in a watch just to show his generosity needs watching luncheon at Ashland next day and in and dalo in his behalf whilo gitimate completion The beautiful sym the evening the annual banquet will bo Justice smiles in hearty approval Eternal Jinzzle Dazzle tricksters and green goods Bunco JStcerers iiv A metry of his work ought to bo preserved given at the Phrcnix Hotel sharps always promise great returns from small investments In- Â¬ r No man has or can assign any just rea- to the end No local prejudices ought telligent minds arc on to the racket and take no stock in such The literary programme was arranged son why ho should not bo nominated and 41 to be allowed to mar any of tho underta- with a view to having the papers of a elected but there are fib value they want humquggery many reasons whyjf kings which ho had put forward in be practically suggestive as well as enter Â¬ the Democrats of this District should half of any person or community I taining nature Tho members assigned give him no opposition Ho has sufib iromise that if elected I will earnestly to prepare these papers and the subjects cieut ago aVdlity education perienecf abor to finish his work not spoil it chosen arc as follows honesty and truo manhood to bring Jo 100 CENTS WORTH OF GOODS As to my Democracy and faithfulness Miss LilaHell Georgetown Times Subject that vacant seat in Congress all those ad to mv nartv I refer you to tho iwoplc of to be chosen by herself mirable and necessary qualities posscssccl -- F0R 100 CENTS IN CASH my own county who have houorcd me Begin by his honored father and certainly ho It W Krown Louisville Times with the mostimportant county Office in iilnu in Journalism The would be tho most acceptable man to Frnnk Hell IlopktnsvlUe New Km their gift by probably the largest major- Is what wc give the people But at this sale Mr Kendalls colleaguca In point of Correspondent if itv ever civen in the county 1 nave Country Wiishburne Winonnd Spirit Roviow education Joo M Kendall is far in ad O It in the midst of every political fra stood vance of the averago young man of KenAdvertising Agencies 100 CENTS WORTH AT 50 CENTS OH THE DOLLAR since I became a voter and have unfa I It Murrs Keimiekv Homestend The tucky and ho is a lawyerof considerable teringly offered battle to every enemy of Make up of a Paper Mechanical and Other ability and being a graduate of tho Law Democracy and the people I have never wise Mich ho was The Department of Ann Arbor was 21 yean J M Itichnrdson Glasgow Times failed to heed the cry of Democratic dis is ticketed at the lowest Every article in our establishment granted licenso beforo ho tress whether it came from my own peo- Exchange Fiend price possible The stamp of durability is on every garment What old by a speciui act of tho Legislature Joseph Alslieler CourierTournal ple or from those doing desperate battle It vou have not dealt with us ask your neighbor who has the City Dally Wants from its Country Cor He will bo 82 years old next May and with the enemy elsewhere We invite you to ourstore feeling assured that you will be pleased respondents doubtless his practico and experience in If elected I will serve the people faith- Â¬ Urcy Woodson Owonsboro Messenger aud satisfied with the matchless values we offer with our garments law and politics havo been much greater fully honestly and industriously I will Management of a Daily in a Sinnll City than those of any man of his ago in tho give them all my time and the apnoal of In addition to these the annual oration district the humblest dweller in all this district will bo delivered by Mr A Y Ford and Having been in the employment of tho will not go unheeded the annual poem will be read by Miss government at Washington during Mr M C Lasix of tho Lexington Taulbeos servico there be is well ac Â¬ tl Daisy Fitzhugh Leader quainted with all the departtpents of Compltmolitoil LnxhiKton Ladlon government and understands something Miss Daisy Fitzhugh of Lexington What llln Homo 1nper SajH of the workings of National legislation who will read the annual poem before Report from tho various counties of He ably assisted his father during his the State Press Association in May is the district indicate that tho prospects brief career and knows whero and how one of the famous Kentucky women who for tho nomination of Judgo M C Lislo to tako hold to finish up the work begun came off victorious in the Lexington as tho Democratic standard bearer for KENTUCKY LEXINGTON Ho is an orator born and has distin Â¬ School Journal contest Miss Fitzhugh Congress are very flattering indeed If guished himself on soveral occasions nu is a Virginian by birth and a member of the people of the district were aa familiar tho stump and rostrum Joo Kendall is fl 6 0 one of the most distinguished families in with him as tho pcopleof his own county the man the Democrats and many Re- Â¬ ZS Z the State Tho first poem written by there would bo no question as to tho re-Â¬ publicans who know him well want Ho k her was highly praised by Robert IJurns sult Probably no young man who over is the man who should succeed tho Hon BK8TIXQCALITT HOST IS QtMHTITT i V3I Wilson who said it yas simply one of lived hero has more or devoted friends J W Kendall and he is tho man that the most perfect lvrics he had ever read than Judge Lisle This was attested by will 0 it bontincl Dcmocrat Miss Nannie Fitzliuch a sister of Miss the immense majority by which he deDaisy is aho a brilliant woman and feated one of the most popular aijd well Hon MurmiH IIn1c both of these bright women are im- Â¬ known men in the county for the highest If the filling of tho vacancy in Con mensely popular in Lexington Louis- office in the county He has the hapny gross from tho Tenth Kentucky District ville Times faculty of making friends wherever lie should bo loft to the Legislators officials CREAM goes and would surely bo successful in and others here it appears that it wobjd Killed by tint O u h obtaining for tho people of his district A horrible accident occurred near the proper consideration at tho National bo decided in short order by the selecting i of a seemingly very popular young Wi if-depot Saturday says tho Winchester Dein Capital He is thoroughly capable of Chester Judge and cjtizen He is the CURES H0TH1HG BUT PILES ocrat George Cress a brakeman on the holding his own in any company and Hon Marcus Lisle at present County YEARS FOR Kentucky Central load freight train was would make a Congressman of which his ubltOy Has ted all Worm Remedies A SURE and CERTAIN CURE uncoupling cars while the train was in constituents would feel proud Cour-Â¬ Judge of Clark and an all aroundcmauiTit votritr statesman and clever cent motion when his foot became bung in teous and pleasant to all he would bo EVERY BUTTLE GUARANTEED known for IB years as the BEST tho guard rail and he fell across the track accessiblo to the poorest man in his dis- Lisle is more talked about hero as AU SOLD EVERYWHEREBTIOUS Vrtun REMEDY FOR PILES W Three cars passad over his head crushing trict and would take pride in attending next Congressman from the Tenth than bj BICmBBBOXTATtOltMKD CO BTMPIS rrtptKdb7BKIIABD8ONTAYIOH MED CO any man I havo heard mentioned anil V r ViN it out of all semblance to humanity to the wants of his people If nomi i r Lff i i tn i i Coroner Alexander held an inquest and nated dark county will givo him tho and without a slip a winner It M the jury rendered a verdict in accoruanco bicgest majority ever given a Congres99 with these facts The remaius were ta- - sional candidate Winchester Democrat believed that both his fellow townameij Haggard and Brooks of Mt Sterling kcti to Livingston where the unfortunate will stand aside if Lislo decides to run Ho leaves a wife and two man lived Turned IoosoTo Do Another Mnn Frankfort correspondent Louiavillo And a good lamp children one five and the other two years Sam O Brewer tho distinguished look- Â¬ Times must be simple when it is not simnle it is old ing gentleman who stole Ocorgo llichtcrs not good Simftle Beautiful GW these linger Q M1IU nf TexnH for tlifl Souuto diamonds some months ago and who has The World Grow words mean much but to see The Rochester The Mills members of tho Texus Leg been languishing in jail over since was Noah Wobster would not know his old will impress the truth more forciblv All metal islaturo havo held a caucus A resolu- Â¬ released Saturday his family having sent dictionary in tho perfection it has atv tough and seamless and made in three nieces onlv tion was adopted that obedienco to ones the balance necessary to make up his 500 taiticd in tho hands of modern sellers it is absolutely sae am unbreakable Like Aladdins constituency was a cardinal priticiplo of bail That night ho joined tho Christian Tho world grows howovor and dlctWiR is indeed a wonderful lamp of old it The rolls of tho Senate church aud wjhout waiting for baptism rios with it so that a cheap reprint of the tho Democracy for its mar and Houso were called and the standing shook the dust of Winchester oil his feet 45 years old original Webster worth velolis light is purer and briehter than iras liVhr of each member was carefully noted and left on the K U train the next about as much as an old almanack Web softer than electric light and more cheerful than either None were put in the Mills column that morning never more to return From all Dictionary the recent lamp dealer nitPrr tnnlVinmpR ROCHESTER If the for our new hni nt the giulne were not known to be certainly for him accounts Ida family are composed of very sterslntcrnationallatest adwBtllLqopy- yIc yw vat e o successor of the Illustrated catalogue win Lh you a lamp safely by exprexs your laml we choice of over U000 Tho first result of the count was Mills cstimablb people but he seems to bo a con righted Unabridged is the hmt work varlctieii from the tMrgtit Umf State inlhe 15 in the Senate and 53 in the House summate scoundrel Winchester Demo Â¬ of its kind ever published and wel usdA xiuuiikstbu LAMP CO 42 Purtc Place New York City total 71 with a probability of many crat in a family will oe of moro value to thtf doubtfuls voting for him Tldi will cer- Â¬ mombcrs thereof thnn many times its Kipped In tlui Hod tainly elect Mills on tho first ballot cost laid up in money TV ty Total for Chilton in both Houses 29 and Jailer Nixon with tho assistance of for Culberson 25 Town Marshal Harris searched tho cell Ohio Headers AwnocIhUwh of Austin Jones the condomned negro th Mr W 13 Faalg President Tim 11 Nf I It It It murderer one day last week and found above association at Cleveland tf wrlk In tho case of tho Central Trust Coin a Jarge sharp butcher knifo concealed in I have known Quinns QlptmiMiMor 1 pan v of Now York vs tho It N I his bed Three falr sfxed brickbats alo years some ofUs cures have bowi U-- t XT THK Railroad Company Judge Harr of Lou- Â¬ were found in tho cell It is not known most miracnloMii For all eniarmsi v isville has issued an order to the Receiver how theso articles were procured by Jones that are just coming on or of miiMitpHjvj of the road to make a survey and esti Â¬ but it is lucky for the iailer that they gin is infallible 8ild by B mate tho cost of completing the road were found also the copimuulty would Jonesit t - jr j in from its present terminal at Irvine to nave occn atartieu some urns with we wlBri cost of the survey not intelligense that Jones had tweiped with As mt swIllioaairt jrtwni Heattyvillothe No 12 to exceed 50d The complittionof the more crimes to Ids credit Owinjjsville invsH psrt of tWrwriihll tfktak- road will bo of couiderajJle benefit fo Outlook t oitiig soeJc thi k TtimtyKegular ifeals 25 Cents Meala totorder ut AUIIoura from a v Louisville aa it will ojxjn up tlje trade of Brikft ruMMg mat turn m 10 y a x uiniier front 19 a m to r jr fcjupner from 5 i m to Q i jr Ova- - that seep of thf ttouiUry Ayers Cherry FtcWrJfo tem Umb Fried FihIj ChLlrnna an QtwiU r epeeUltj W r M1 Wr mx ifeinf rtnr OjHn from 5 a tk to 12 f to bUhehmg ami bald- - muAttUtl tks vufciniMtt thiklrttt taJusrt Drirttif M vCU LUICAFtT v DfO r - i i haul Ctm K With usl MK u Hair Renewer MJ Of tl TO THE VOTERS STATE PRESS ASSOCIATION AmiiumI Mnptliir lit It 1 f 1 nt UNO PAP V 1 m Mourn me Losso Pra IP - Â¬ SALE CLOTHING Â¬ it 1 -- H mmm fkHM j If Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ L G STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS worms WHITES 20 TABLERSDII C BUGKEYEULC Â¬ Â¬ VERMIFUGE OINTMENT Â¬ vt tlitjJJ Wv Â¬ iit ii 1 Seeing is Believing Â¬ ilir Â¬ 1 The Rochester K nlista Ifiileheii WSlort Street Lexington Ky -- - jttydto t Hl 1 V W S wT ynwmmif 4 Froprltor - J4 ftgStt33ki jrojIftS W99BnFw5 Ml Tl Vi c i - ti W lgfii if -- Jf 7 V LatLJtjam TBBWIW fr j r -- h irW1 Hazd Green Herald WHOM DAZILGEKSK GOOF I - tw A jPw wm Supply uf Sclmtera F FuMtokw t KY ALBUM POPULAR WILL IIow Mlnorltlcfl DUma artl the Voice of the People Is true as contended by Mr Reed It and his associates that ours is a government of majorities but It Is of majorities duly ascertained and duly DEFEATING recorded In K- - i 4 Thero was a majority of domocrats this country In 1870 but their vote MAiuorlM of the Pant that It Pcruiml was not duly recorded and tho reAvrnkoiiH i Rutherford H Hayes sult was that Mr Anions the things that havo been filled the ofllco to which Mr Tildcn and rib now lAid away among tho dust had been chosen bonB Is tho old autogrnph album of In 1838 a majority of the pcoplo In post bellum days It was a fad of our this country preferred Mr Cleveland mothers and fathers and It numbered for president to Mr Harrison but that many of us among Its devotees In our and fact was not duly ascertained salad days Hut It Is an outgrown fad consequently was not duly recorded and ono that deserves an early demise and Harrison for tho past three for tho tender sentiments that clung to yearsMr been president of tho United has itfl flngor marUcd pages wero hot house flowers of a very forced growth Hut States Is a government of law The Ours ono docs not forget tho stub nosed law Is formulated by tho majority de- Â¬ freckled faced boy with copper toed cently and In order but the law Is May your life have shocB who wrote the majority just clouds enough to make a glorious above the majority until changes It Bunset and daubed tho page with Ink In discussing tho new rules Mr Reed and molasses candy a sort of Impres Â¬ says Tho principle that the presence sionist view of tho sunset The stub of a majority of members constitutes a nosed boy Is now an attorney In quorum the sanction of ovcry Kansas City and was married the court to has had it has been referred which I romember once he put other day I it ought to have tho sanc- Â¬ a chew of gum down the back of my and ofthink house tion this nock and ono Kourth of July night ho Not at all This principle was reblow up tho Widow Nasons hitching Americu post with gunpowder Then there was ferred to the highest court in Reed and tho court of tho people Mr tho boy whoso father cut his hair by were tried putting a bowl over the top of his head his congress the principlebefore that was not tribunal and following the edges with his shears sanctioned On the contrary it was I In wrote repudiated as forcibly as a people can lu memories awkot drop ono purl for me possibly repudiate anything J lluri the purl is there In my What tho people hold to is that the very very youthful days I could lick presence of a majority duly ascer Â¬ this square headed boy and often did tained and duly recorded constitutes a so Hut ho took a sudden sprout and quorum Tho rules for ascertaining Wqe day when I tried it he gave me an and recording this majority are well Minmorciful thrashing and dragged my known the chief is that of calling the flumes in tho dust It was not so much roll Each mombcr of the house an Â¬ tho hurt for I didnt earo for that but swers or declines to answer as in his tho humiliation of it I wont out bo judgment best fits tho situation From hind Mrs Dolos barn and wept for the that roll call there Is no appeal departed glories of Israel There has never been a time in the Then there was tho dear little girl history of the country when the majorwith curls She wrote ity could not by patiently pursuing its own end and holding its followers ForKct mo not forgot mo ncvor Until tho huh nhall Hot forovor together enact any law that seemed A feat in mnemonics that I fear is too to be wise or repeal any statute that much to ask 1 kissed her once tin the seemed to it injurious Mr Reed laid down tho now princi- Â¬ door step of her papas house and I re member the wild thrill Stoadman ple that the speaker should himself speaks of Hut she married somebody determine the presence of a majority in Soapville and thoir progeny is whit not for the purpose of giving force and tling the public school desks this very effect to the will of the majority of the day I doubt not Minneapolis Journal house but In order to retain in the hands of a majority of the republican party which is quite a different THE DEADLY CIGARETTE thing tho control of tho house The leaders of the republican party Ktuthttlrn Showing tho Knormlty of tn had formulated certain measures that Conmiiuptloii Thero are 1500000001 cigarettes wero abhorrent to a large part of their smoked throughout the Uniteo King- Â¬ constituents and the protests that dom ovcry year Tho paper used for came from the pcoplo had weakened rolling them is exceedingly thin tho the forces which Mr Reed thought to quantity required to make ftOO only hold together AH that the democrats contended for weighing ono ounce Sixteen medium was that Mr Reed should bring into sized cigarettes weigh one ounce Twelve cigarette papers can bo cut out the house his majority and keep it in of a sheet of ordinary note paper or the house and thus put the full respon- Â¬ This he was un 48 out of a folio sheetwhich in bulk sibility on his parti would represent itlJfiOOUO or DOJOS able to do Some of his members failed quires or 05101 reams of imperial folio him on one issue and some on another as tho annual consumption of paper for some wero unwilling to go upon record cigarettes tho whole weighing 187500 as openly defying the party caucus pounds Tobacco used for a years sup and equally unwilling to participate in ply of cigarettes at tho rate of 10 to 1 the legislation that Mr Reed thought ounce would be 5850375 pounds or ncce ssary The result was that they absented iiOO tons l owl l qr 5 lbs London themselves The democrats took ad alone consumes 1000000 per diem Tho United States uses 2 4 00 000 000 vantage of this position - of a flairs as por year or about 08 for each of tho they had a right to do They insisted adult population or 100 for each male that Mr Reed bring his majority to Russia consumes tMi3000000 Austria tho house and place It on record Ho 1000000000 Kreuch smokers consume refused to do this and instead changed 10000000 francs worth of cigarettes the time honored method of ascertain Â¬ every year In ono term of 5U days no ing tho presence of a majority substi fowor than 80000 cigarettes of a certain tuting for it his own will It is urged In behalf of this change brand wore sold by ono tobacconist in that such rules prevail in other legisla Â¬ Cambridge while tho total number smoked thero in Hie academical year of tive assemblies It is true that they prevail chiefly in countries that only 108 days is estimated at n100000 Tit- havo recently adopted parliamentary bits government They prevail in countries that are just beginning to free them A Porvcrao Koontor It was a big Fairfield rooster and he selves from personal government and regularly patrol ed tho track of tho so tho personal element still largely Watcrilold Falrilold horse railroad predominates In their parliamentary Half a dozen times each day tho drivers forms In England and America the su Â¬ would halt their cars to aliow the per premacy of tho speaker has not been oorso fowl to stalk serenely oft the track In time tho rooster became a accepted and will not be ac Â¬ sort of railroad spoctor and ho was cepted as long as the people havo government When talked about around tho stables with representative particularly lively hatred One day a they aro willing to substitute for it a substitute driver took a car for a trip government by caucus or a govern Â¬ When ho returned lo tho stable his aco ment by a steering committee or a beamed with exultant malice an ho government by the speaker then tho principle proudly announced Ive killed i it jority of that tho presence of a ma Â¬ tho members constitutes a dad qiiizzlcd old rooster cut his luvd plumwbff got him just right and run quorum that presence ascertained by over him on purpose This was pleas tho speaker himself will not bo dis ant until tho now drlvor hoard tho se puted houlsvllle Courier Journal quel Tho troublesome old rooster be LOOKING AHEAD longed to his father and ho found tho family lamenting when ho wont to din- llliilnoa IHptomitcy Agiilti MmiifaKteri In 111 Letter ner He had been away from homo for Four years ago Mr Hlainn wroto a n fow months and was not posted upon tho porsonnol of tho old gontlonmns letter from Florence ostensibly a poultry stock Lewlston Me Jour declination to bo considered a candidate at Chicago Discussion followed as to nal tho real meaning of tho letter It being Tho dolphin I said to bo tho fastest a misfortune of Mr Hlalnos epistolary swimmer In tho seas It has been olh efforts that they aro so very brilserved to dart through tho water at a liant as to bo dazadlngly uncertain rate computed to bo much greater than Mr Hlalnos namo was presented to twenty miles an hour and is often seen tho convention but Mr Harrison was swimming round and round a vessel nominated through tho assistance of Mr Hlalnos friends which Is sailing at highest speed Mr Hlalno has written another let- Â¬ While at her cooking tho other ter Ho Is not now a traveler sojourn Â¬ ing day relates the Fornandlna Fla In In Italy Ho Is secretary of stato tho NewsPhllll Kelly colored broko an and cabinet of Henjamln Harrison as such is bound by every nreco ff opes when auother distinct egg of a marblo and with a dent of the history of American poliabout the site hard aWl was found in the volk it tics as by a sense of courteous recog- Â¬ YTHUt to the Nch office for Insnce- - nition of the superior right of his chief ot to remain hi the cabinet If his pur WW was to rua counter to the ambi THE OLD AUTOGRAPH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tion of the president to whom ho owes his selection Mr Hlalno now says I am not a candidato for the presi- Â¬ dency and my namo will not go beforo tho national convention for the nom- Â¬ Failing tho assertion that ination under no circumstances will ho be a candidate tho letter of Mr Hlalno Is not universally accepted as a finality Directness and emphasis are rarely found in Mr Hlalnos studied epistles Certain of them dashed off hurriedly havo contained peremptory directions which were not always obeyed as the Investigation of 1870 disclosed But the mass of tho republican party every- Â¬ where In the United States will undoubtedly accept this declaration as disposing of the Blaine candidacy Mr Hlalno adds I make this an- Â¬ Followers nouncement in due season of Mr Harrison will no doubt regard the season us entirely ripe Dissenting views will be taken of Its timeliness by Nearly ull opponents of Harrison state conventions have been called and the work of choosing delegates to Min- Â¬ neapolis may be said to be going for- Â¬ ward Little timo is left in which to organize against the white house can- Â¬ didacy Senators Cullom and Allison Gov McKinley Gen Alger nnd others muy bo pardoned If they take a differ- Â¬ ent view of what is duo season Due season to them would havo been last summer when the friends of each were contributing to the cunningly devised Blaine boom They threw their political fortunes into tho Blaine floodtido and now find them strewn upon the shore while the Harrison craft aided by Hlaine has all advantage of wind and tide and extra steam and will make harbor in what Hlaine in his let- Â¬ ter calls due season Neither Mr Hlaine nor Mr Blaines Immediate opportunity seeking friends havo cause for complaint against tho which has Harrison administration been decidedly considerate of both Mr Hlalno has been reinforced in the cabinet by Mr Elkins and there is no evidence that the Blaine influence when It was in earnest was not potent with Harrison To a coterie thus rec Â¬ ognized and influential the continuance of Harrison in the white house would be preferable to the advent of any other republican and sinco the terrible cas tigation of 1884 abides as a warning in Blaines memory forbidding him to essay tho campaign anew xtnder any circumstances it was part of the Hlaine smartness to center opposition to Har- Â¬ rison in himself that no serious head Â¬ way might be made against a republic- Â¬ an who is at once his patron and his protege Blaines clever if not gracious ma- Â¬ neuvering lias smoothed Harrisons path to Minneapolis The secretary has made ingenious use of his friends and his reward will be continuance of the portfolio of state in his hands should the beneficiary of his tactics be reelected to tho presidency Chicago Times Â¬ Â¬ J Too many people fall to kcop a proper supply of scissors in tho household It Is false economy to allow one pair to do nil tho work Tho work basket should bo furnished with long slender shenrs for general cutting short button halo scissors to do thoir own work and n pair of small scissors for general use Thero should bo a special pair of scis- Â¬ sors to clip papers If any of tho family keep a scrap book as nothing injures scissors so quickly as using them to cut In paper nnd cloth indiscriminately tho country you want scissors to cut flowers Thero should always be a pair of scissors in the kitchen for trim ming lamps and for various other uses mere in eiiuer scissors Knives nor any other steol instruments should bo heat Â¬ ed because in doing so you run tho risk of talcing the teinpei out of tho in- Â¬ strument and if once out it can never bo restored The fact that tho temper is gone is shown by tho steel turn ing blue A n experienced cutter can sharpeu an instrument which has lost its temper but it will not remain sharp for any length of time and the process of sharpening needs to be re peated indefinitely and frequently until it becomes burdensome St Louis Republic Â¬ Tn usual treatment of catarrh Is ver o ll iruienniln P lAHii HsPai can v testify On this point a trust i worthy writer saysj Proper local treat- - II incntiBposltlvoly nccossary to success monv if lint tnnat nf tlm vinw i L-but eral uso by physicians afford but temporary benefit A euro certainly cannot bo expect ed from snuffs powders douches and washes Elys Cream Balm whloh is so highly commended by physicians and drug gists is a remedy which combines tho I in portant requisites of quick action specific curattvo power with perfect safety and pleasantness to tho patient tinant lafnnfrtft i7r 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appearing each week from The Dr Hurler Medicine Co This Iioubo luces a Crescent on everything they make and publish Look for ii send tlwim tli tmmtnt tinw wnr1 timl Mun will w WW II return nu book beautiful lithographs or W W j samples free Pkopik who never think of anybody but themselves are always little no matter how big they feel Hams Horn Iuro nnd Wholesome Quality Commends to public approval the California liquid laxative i oniony Syrup of Figs It fs pleasant to the lasto and by acting gently on tho kidneys liver and bowels to clcanso tho system elTtvtually it promotes tho health and cniulorl of nil who use it and with millions it is tho best aud only remedy Necessity knows no law and is generally too poor to hire a lawyer Picayune Mr C C CAMiurii of Campbells Cot- Â¬ ton Compress Co city of Cincinnati Ohio Everybody finds relief stiortly writes utter using Uradycrotino for headache m Beauty often depends on plumpness so does comfort so does health If you get thin there is something wrong though you may feel no sign of it Thinness itself is a sign sometimes the first sign sometimes not The way to get back POINTS AND OPINIONS Mr Blaines ultimatum will no doubt be regarded as a very able state paper at tho white house Chicago Why is a bad sinner like a good cabbage Because ho has a hard heart plumpness is by careful living which sometimes in- Â¬ cludes the use of Scotts Emulsion of cod liver oil Let us send you free a little book which throws much light on all these subjects ScottBownij Chemists 133 South sth Avenue New York Your drtiRRiu keeps Scotts Emulsion of cod liver oil all druggists everywhere do 1 Times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H Now that the war scare is over congress can attend to the work of res cuing the governments finances from the muddlu into which tho extrava gance of the billion dollar congress got them N Y World The plumed knight is now finally and irrevocably out of the contest for the presidency and the opposition to Harrison is turned loose to browse around and finally pull itself together on some available man Philadelphia Times Tho net decrease in the cash balance of tho treasury for January was 55205009 From month to month tho Harrison administration continues to spend more than the gross revenues of the government for tho month St Louis Republic A birdseye view of the republican imbroglio in Iowa suggests that even the longest legged and most artful dodper cunnot straddle the forks of tho road much longer They must declare for or against prohibition and then comes the diverging processions De Â¬ troit Free Press Knowing that his strength with his own party and the country general- Â¬ ly was never greater Mr Blaino has nevertheless declined to enter tho presidential lists Tho inference that must be drawn from that fact is full of encouragement to tho democratic cause Boston Globe When the democrats of tho United States get ready to accept tho republican high tariff of 18S as a sub stitute for tho McKinley bill on Mr Hills motion they will nomluato Mr Hill for president In tho meantime they will go on nominating democrats who know what democracy is and are not afraid of It St Louis Ropubllo Secretary Foster In his treasury estimates fixed tho necessary expendi Â¬ tures of the pension ofllco for tho next fiscal year at S14 000000 Pension Commissioner Raum reckons that S100 000000 will bo needed Happily a democratic house Is in position to di- Â¬ rect each of tho liberal financiers to guess again Chicago Times Mr Blaines announcement has two explanations either of which Is sufficient First ho realizes that ha Is physically a broken man and he fears that tho strain of a campaign would be fatal to him Secoud ho believes that tho chances aro decidedly against re- Â¬ publican success in November and he does not want to take the risk of anÂ¬ other defeat Indianapolis Sentinel Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ irritation Coirons ano Hoaiiskness which induces coughing immediately re llovfd by use of jWowh i Uruticlual Troches Sold only in boxes Tnn boggnrls generally an open handed fellow Binghamton Leader Tho BUNTING When you buy Flags you want the best Government Standard is the best l he largest flag dealers in the U S are G W SIMMONS CO Oak Hall Boston Mass Dealers in Militarv Uniforms Write for a Flag Catalogue Tnn follow who is always in deep water Is usually shallow himself Some ono says the ago of a political party may bo told by its rings Texa- - Siftings tors stovo TiiEitrs ortcn truo poetic lira in an ediColumbus Post Â¬ try ought to bo lined for contempt of court Oil City Blizzard EvnitY miserly old bachelor fn tho coun Â¬ Thats a put tip job said tho merchant os ho Baw tho shorilf posting a salo notice on his placo Philadelphia Record When a woman puts on an apron Bho knows what it Is to havo that tired feeling Boston Transcript An unplcdgod logislator may havo a head of his own bm other men aro making des perate efforts to get his car Columbus Â¬ i FLAGS Post Runnino expenses uro thoao which you pay as you go match A TOMniK nowN affuir Texus Siftings hum a wrostllns Jr Bulls Cough Syrup BOILING WATER SiU OR MILK The doaf and dumb man gets no credit for having iievei told a lie Two or tho hardost things to kocp in thia lifo aro a now diary and a sharp lead pencil Tun bald headed man Is generally admit Â¬ ted to- bo very clear headed Ualvcston News - It may havo been observed that coasting as nn amuBomcut hus Its drawbacks In- Â¬ dianapolis Ncwb said tho burglar when tbo lady of tho houso caught him stealing tho ailverwuro Texas Siftings Timnn is this similarity botween a janitor and a burglar They should both know whut It is to make a cican hull St Joseph Â¬ COCOA LABELLED 1 EPPSS GRATEFUL COMFORTING I am at your Borvico maam machine rui with run or ruc Kino omhroldvr with sillc or Eenhrr Circular And turina m Mnchlnn colored pat im Nor IT 1691 Um tinotrue mUtn pattorn lumnle of work eatnloguei price list direction etc all by inll for Sliu HMlHfaction Kuaranteodoriuvuor re tmded K UOSrt A CO Toledo Ohio ate Our 2 LB TINS ONLY Thrro Nrvdlu Kuibroirirrlnc mute Nowa A ivCvATTAarSuAixum I niWI A nDCnnerer rails tendut your idrctt we will mill nul UUribUuorTLB THtDITArTIBOSMCOIOCHESTEINTrnBB ACTUM f3 a tt Routs Rheumatism vain cfibru to get relief rrri - KVNAllKXUISrAFIHiwTUiu jnrtU rani 8EFERE ItJTEUMATISM Mr Charles Lawrencb of Aihland Neb says that Swifts Specific cured him of of which he had sufiered forever six months with He recommends it to all sufferers from Rbumatism After suffering untold ajonies three years from Rheumatism havinc had much treat ent without relief I decided to take Swifts Specific Eight bottles and John McDonald McDonald t Mills Go I wish other sufferers MftSBd CUBED ME ENTIRELY to know of the value of tjpV V5 jrour great remedy for Rheumatism for frt Treatise oa the Blood and Slda SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY Atlanta Ga ftfrHiy v- V f rl VVH mr i V S SAVING SOULS Trust tho Lord Invc film and Obnr Him Sermon by lie v T 9 for the supply of bread and it took the officers of the law to keep the sufferUcvc 10000 things but none of them ers in line because of the great rush for The Ohristlnn Church Will Havo to havcanything to do with my salvation food When this famine struck world except these two I am a sinner and realizes that tho Church is a Govern Gbango Its Tack Christ came to savo mc Musicians tell racnt of tho universe to provide the us that tho octave consists of only fivo brend of otornal life for all tho people Or It Will Hun on the Ilnrkp of Demolition tones and two semi tones and all the the rush will bo unprecedented and uu in the jaw bone with which 8am 1 be son smote tho Philistines Â¬ DeWitt Tilmge Dr Talmafrcs text was taken from Luke vi 17 And He came down with them and stood in the plain Christ on the mountains is a frequent We havo seen llim on the study Mount of Olives Mount of Ilentitudes Mount Moriah Mount Calvary Mount of Ascension and it is glorious to study Him on tluse great natural elevations Hut how is it that novcr before we have noticed llim on the plain Amid the rocks high up on tho mountain Christ had passed the night but now at early dawn He is coming down with homo especial friends step ping from shelving to shelving hero and Iherc a loosened stone rolling down the steep sides ahead of llim until He pets in a level place so that He can be approached without climbing from all My text sides lie is on the level He came down with them and says stood on the plain Now that is what the world wants to day more than anything else a Christ on the level easy to get at no ascending no descending approach able from all sides Christ on the plain The question among all consecrated peo ple to day is what is the matter with the Many of them are engaged ministers in picking holes in the Uiblo and apologizing for this aud apologizing for that In an ago when tho whole ten dency is to pay too httle reverence to the Hible they are fighting against llihholatry or too much reverence for the Uihle They are building a fence on the wrong side of the road not on the side where the precipice is and off but which multitudes are falling on the upper side of tho road will not fall up so that people hill of which there is no danger There is no more danger of llibliol ntry or too much reverence for the scriptures than there is that astrology will take the place of astronomy or al chemy the place of chemistry or the canal boat the place of the limited ex- Â¬ press rail train What a theological farce it is ministers fighting against too imich reverence for the scriptures ministers pretending to be friends of the hible yet doing the book more damage tian all the blatant infidels on all the earth The trouble is our the ologians are up in tho mountain in a fight above the clouds about things which they do not understand Come clown on the plain aud stand beside Christ who never preached a technical- Â¬ ity or a didacticism What do you O wise headed Ecclesiastic know about the decrees of God Who cares a fig about your sublapsarianism or your supralapsarianism What a spectacle we have in our de nomination to day committees trying to patch up an old creed mado two hun dred or three hundred years ago so that it will fit on tho nineteenth century Why do not our millinary establish ments take out of the garrets the coal scuttle bonnets which our woro aud try to fit thom on You the head of the modern maiden can not fix up a creed so as to fit our time Princeton will sew on a little piece anil Union seminary will sew on a little piece and Allegheny seminary and Danville sem inary will sew other pieces and by the time the creed is done it will bo as variegated as Josephs coat of many colors Jhinkof having to change an old creed to make it clear that all in Â¬ fants dying go to Heaven I am so glad that tho committees aro going to let the babies in Thank you So many of them aro already in that tho hills of Heaven look like a Sunday Now what is school anniversary the use of fixing up a creed which No left any doubt on that subject man ever doubted that all infants dying go to Heaven unless ho bo a Herod or Charles iitetiu I was opposed to over- Â¬ hauling the old creed at all but now that it lias been fitted up and its im perfections set up in sight of the world 1 say overboard with it and make a new creed There aro to day in our de nomination 50J men who could mako a better one I could mako a better ono myself As wo are now in process of changing the creed and no one knows what we are expected to believe or will two or three years hence bo ex Â¬ pected to believe I could not wait nnd so I have mado a crepd of my own which I intend to observe tho rest of my life I wroto it down in my memorandum-book some six months ago My creed and it reads as follows The glorious Lord To trust Him lovo Him and obey Him is nil that is required To that creed I invito all man Â¬ T DkWitt Taimaok kind The reason Christianity has not mado more rapid advance is bocauso tho peo plo are asked to believe too many things There are I believe to day millions of good Christians who havo never joined tho church and are not counted among tho Lords friends because they can notbcliovc all tho things One half they are required to bollevo things a man is expected to betho lieve in order to enter the church and reach Heaven havo no more to do with How Ws salvation than the question many volcanoes are thero in the moon or How far apart from each other are the rings of Saturn How many teotJ were there or Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Handcls and Haydns nnd Mozarts and Wagners and Schumans of all ages must do their work within the range of those five tones nnd two semi tones So 1 have to tell you that nil tho theol Â¬ ogy that will be of practical use in our world Is made out of the two facts of human sinfulness nnd Divino arone incut Within that octavo swing Tho tho Song of Mosos and tho Lamb Christmas chant above licthlchcm and tho Allclujah of all the choirs standing on seas of glass Is there not some modo of getting out of tho way of theso non essentials these superfluities theso divergencies from the main issue Is there not some way of bringing the church down out of the mountain of controversy and conventionalism and put it on the piano Tho present at Â¬ whero Christ stands titude of things is like this In a famine-struck district a tablo has been pro vided and it is loaded with food enough for all The odors of the meats full the uir Everything is ready Tho plat Â¬ ters arc full The chalices aro full Tho baskets of fruit arc full Why not let the people in The door is open Yes but there is a cluster of wiso men blocking up the door discussing tho contents of They the caster standing mid table are shaking their fists at each other Ono says there is too much vinegar in and ono says that caster there is too much sweet oil and an Â¬ other says there is not tho proper Oct proportion of red pepper I say out of thrt way and let the hungry peo Â¬ Now our blessed Lord ple come nn provl ied a great supper and the has oxen xmiTthc fatlings have been killed and ft hits from all tho vineyards and orchards of Heaven crown the table Tho world has been invited to come and they look in and they are hungry and people would pour in by the millions to this world wide table but the door is blocked up by controversies and men with whole libraries on their backs are disputing as to what propor- Â¬ tion of sweet oil and cayenne pepper should mako up the creed I cry Get out of the way and let tho hungry world Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ great-grandmother- s Â¬ Tho Christian church will have to change its tack or it will run on the rocks of demolition Tho worlds1 population annually increases llOOOOOO No one pretends that half that number of peoplo are converted to God There arc more than twice as many Budd Â¬ hists as Protestants more than twice as many Ihddhists as lloman Catholics - 000000 Catholics 193 Protestants 400000000 Thero 000000 Buddhists are 175000000 Mohammedans and 220 Meanwhile many 00000J Brahmins of the churches aro religious clubhouses where a few people go on Sun day morning averaging one persou to a pew or ono person to half a dozen pews and leaving the minister at night to sweat through a sermon with here and thero a lone traveler unless by a Sunday evening sacred concert ho can get out an audienco of respectable size The vast majority of the church membership round the world put forth no direct clTort for the salvation of men Did I say thero would have to bo I correct that and say a change Thero will bo a change If there be fifteen million persons added every year to the worlds population then there will be thirty million added to church and forty million and fifty mill- Â¬ ion and sixty million How will it be Â¬ lÂ¬ Â¬ come in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It will be done when the church will meet Christ on tho plain Come down out of the mountain of cxclusivencss Como down out of tho mountain of pride Come down out of the mountain of freezing indifference Old Dr Stephen II Tyng great on earth and I am in in Heaven once said to mo favor of a change I do not know what is the best way of doing things in the churches but I know the way wo arc doing now is not the best way or tho world would bo nearer salvation than it seems to bo So 1 feel so we all feel that there needs to bo a change Tho point at which wo all come short is not present ing Christ on the plain Christ ou tho level with all tho worlds woes and wants and necessities The full chango will havo to como We now in from tho rising ministry tho field aro too set in our ways Wo arc lumbered up with technicalities Wo have too many concordances and dictionaries and encyclopedias and sys Â¬ tems of theology on our head to get down on tho plain Our vocabulary is Wo are too much under too frosted the domination of customs regnant for many centuries Come on young men of the ministry Take this pulpit take all tho pulpits and in tho languageof tho street and the market place andho family circle preach Christ on the plain As soon as tho church says by its attitude not My ono misnecessary by its words life nnd help for sion is to help for this the life to como all the people and it proves its earnestness in tho matter people on foot and on horseback and in wagons and in carriages will come to tho churches In such numbers that they will have to be met at the door by You woro here last ushers saying Sunday you can not come in to day Gentlemen and ladies you must take J And It will be as In the your turn Johnstown freshet and disaster when ktatlQn was opeucd Um government Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ done imaginable Astronomors havo been busy measur Â¬ ing worlds and they havo told us how grcnt is tho eireumforenco of this world and how great its diameter yea they havo kept on until they havo weighed our planet and found its weight to bo six scxtlllion tons But by no seleneo has tho woight of this worlds trouble beon weighed Now Christ standing on the level of our humanity stands in sympathy with ovory trouble Thero are so many aching hearts His ached under tho thorns There aro so many nehng feet His wcro worn with the long journey up nnd down tho land that received Him not Thoro aro so many persecuted souls every hour of Ills life was under human outrage Tho world had no better placo toroceivo Him than a cnttlo pen and its farewell was a slap on his chcok and a spear in his side So intensely human was Ho that there has not been in all our race a grief or in- Â¬ firmity or exhaustion or pang that did not touch Him once and that docs not touch him now The lepers tho par-Â¬ alytics tho imbeciln the maniac tho courtesan tho repentant brigand which ono did He turn off which ono did He not pity which ono did Ho not help The universal troublo of tho world is bereavement Ono may escape all tho other troublesbut that no soul escapes Out of that bitter cup every ono must take a drink For instance in order that all might know how Ho syma pathizes with thoso who have lost a daughter Christ comes to tho house of J aims Thero is such a big crowd around the door Ho and his disciples havo to push their way in From the throng of people I conclude that this girl must have been very popular She was one of those children whom every Â¬ body likes After Christ got in tho house there was such a loud weeping that the ordinary tones of voice could not be heard I do not wonder The dead daughter was twelvo years of ago It is about tho happiest time in most lives Very little children suffer many injustices because they are children and childhood is not a desirable part of human existence thoy get whacked or set on But ut twelvo years of ago the child has come to self assertion nnd is apt to make her rights known And then twelvo years of age is too early for the cares and anxieties of life So this girl was I think tho merri Â¬ ment of the household She furnished for them the mimicry and the harm mischief and aroused the guffaw that often rang through that happy home But now sho is dead and the grief at her departure is as violent as her presence had been vivacious and inspirit- Â¬ ing Oh tho bereavement was so sharp How could they so overwhelming givo her up I suspect that they blamed themselves for this or for that Oh if they had had some other doctor or taken some other medicine or had been more careful of her health or if they had not given her that reproof some time when she had not really deserved it Oh if they had been more patientÂ¬ with her hilarities and instead of hush ing her play had participated in it You know thero aro so many things that parents always blame themselves for at such times Only twelvo years of age So fair so promising so full of life a few days ago and now so still Oh what is it to havo a daughter dead Tho room is full of folks but yonder is tho room whero the young sleeper is The crowd can not go in there Only six persons enter five besides Christ three friends and of course the father and mother They have tho first right to go in Tho heaviest part of the grief was theirs All eyes in that room arc on the face of this girl There lay tho beautiful hand white and finely shapen but it was not lifted in greeting to any one in the group Christ stepped forward and took hold of that hand and said with a tone nnd accentuation charged with tenderness Damsel I say unto nnd command And without a moments thee arise delay sho arose her eyes wide open her cheeks tunning from white lily to Sho red rose and tho parents cry lives Sho lives and tho throng in She front of tho doorway ropoat it Will not all thoso lives Sho livos who have lost a daughter feol that such a Christ ns that can sympathize On another occasion Ho showed how Ho felt about tho loss of a son Hero aro the obsequies A long procession a widowed mother following hor only son I know not how long tho hus band and father had been gone but upon this son who had now como to bo a young man tho leadership of that household had fallen I think ho had got to bo tho bread winner He was proud of his mother nnd she should never lack anything as long as he lived And there is no grander spectacle on earth than a young man standing be- Â¬ tween want and a widowed mother But that young man had fallon lifeless under accident or disaster and ho was bcingcarrledout Only a very few hours in that land are allowed to pass between decease and burial It is tho same day or tho next And thero they movo on Christ meets tho procession His oyo picks out the chief mourner lie puts His hand on tho bier as much as to say Stop There will to tho pall bcarors be no burial to day That broken heart mustj be healed That mother must havo her homo rebuilt And then looking into the face of the young Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ man for In those laads the face is al ways exposed ia such a procession Christ speaks one sentence before which death fell prostrate tinder the Young man I say unto thee bier arise lie sat up while the overjoyod mother wrapped him in her arms and wellnigh smothered him with hor caÂ¬ resses and tho air was rent with con gratulatlons Can anyone who has evor lost a son doubt that Christ sym pathizes with Buoh woe And how many thoro are who need that particu Â¬ lar comfort It was not hollow sentiment when after Edmund Burke tho greatest orator of his time had lost his son and tho bereaved father erossing the pasture ftold met tho horse that had belonged to that deceased son that tho orator throw his arms around tho horses neck nnd kissed tho dumb brute It wns not hollow sentiment when David tho psalmist cried out at the news of his sons death although he Oh had been a despcratoly bad boy Â¬ Â¬ QOtflt ffTN XT I - OOMM rMVMML Tfc vstreatfe t tke wrsttftf vrWlf M wtautftdlj HHeltta tyfcU tat Vi mi ttirj atUaHea Hi tae eksfm f fatxwt X1 OAMPZOX FRED ii i KELLAM WTTJI M aplSljr S TIMMONDS Â¬ Wholesale NT SALARY 26 Grocer rOT8MOUTH Absalom I my son my son Would God Â¬ FOE V AOBJTT8 LIVE PAID TO WEB INFORMATION ADDERM OHIOAQO GENERAL SUPPLY 00 178 W Van Bum St Cioaoo III Wanted Qood AasvTg to bkll ovb N GZNSIUL LINK OF MBKOXAVDXSl ABOVE SALARY WILL M rXDDLXNO PER WEE- K- had died for thee Oh Absalom my sonl my son But for such and all other bereavement there is Divino condolence HENRY MATLOOK WITH GO MCMILLAN HAZEK Christ on tho plain I caro not from what sido you approach Him you can WHOLESALE touch Him and got His help Is It mental depression you suffer Remem My God my God ber Him who said AND why hast Thou forsaken me Is it n BOOTS strugglo for bread Remember Him KNOXVILLE TENN who fed tho 5000 with two minnows and flvo biscuits neither of the biscuits larger than your fist Is it chronic ail Â¬ ment Remember the woman who for JTho above goods are handled by J eighteen years was bent almost double DAY A CO Hazel Greta Ky and He lifted her face until she could look into tho blue sky Are you a sailor and spend your life battling with Remember Him who the tempests flung the tempt of Genesaroth flat on the crystal pavement of a quiet sea That Christ is in sympathy with all who have trouble with their eyes and that is becoming an almost universal troublo through much reading in rail AND cars and the overpressure of study in the schools whore children aro expect Â¬ ed to bo philosophers at ten boys and girls at fourteen with spectacles I Nos 134 138 RACE STREET say with all such trouble Christ ia in sympathy Witness blind Barti CINCINNATI 0 Witness the two blind men incus in tho house Witness the two blind men near Jericho Witness tho man THE KRUSE 5 BAHLMAB born blind Did ho not turn their per Â¬ petual midnight into midnoon till thoy ran up and down clapping their hands I seo I see That Christ and saying is in sympathy with those whp stam mer or havo silenced ears notice how COMPANY- promptly ho came to that man with impediment of speech and gave him 11 15 and 17 West Pearl Stroak command on the tongue so that he could speak with ease and putting CINCINNATI O his fingers into the oars retimed cirIs there a lack of tho tympanum culation in your arm think of him who TKSE The wholconlo trade of Eaitera Ktw cured the defective circulation and the inactive muscles of a patient who tuoky it reapeotiully solicited had lost tho use of hand and arm by saying Stretch forth thy hand and the veins and nerves and muscles re Â¬ sumed their offices and though in doing so tho joints may have cracked from long disuse and there may havo been a strange sensation from elbow to fingertip he stretched it forth- And nothing sG0MPANY9fr is tho matter with you but you may appeal to a sympathetic Christ And if you feel yourself to be a great sinner Wholesale Dry Goods Notion hear what ho said to that repent Â¬ ing Magdalen while with a scalding sarcasm ho dashed her hypocritical pur101 103 and 105 W Fourth Street suers Â¬ SHOES aaam QLOm H03J8H MARKS BROS MARKS Â¬ HARDWARE Â¬ r-T- HE- GEO W MAIPIN M Â¬ - Â¬ NOTHING OUT PLAY Booth Sidt CINCINNATI O Iltprurj Icopl On Duty Want Only Kent ami Koornntlnn When a literary persons exhaustive work is over tho last thing ho wishes to do is to talk book The last person he wishes to meet is another unfortu nate who also has been cudgeling his bruins for ideas Tho person whom he wishes to seo most if indeed ho desires to see anybody is ono who will stir up his mentality least The laurel wreath which tho verdant suppose ho settles carefully and becomingly on his head before tho looking glass ere ho goes forth he would bo glad to toss Into the first ash barrel and so far from desir ing to regulate his personal appearance according to tho programme marked out by the sentimental ho feels only an insnno desire to be let severely alone if indeed sho and let iiuttir caper has not forgotten how Ho wants this wiso mnu to hear BOtnc merry little child sing Â¬ GROSSMAN SCHLBUTKBR CO Saddlery and Harness Not 74 and 70 Main Street CINCINNATI O Â¬ G US Hardware MEYER with - WMKERRG0 -- O JODIIBUS IN 0- Hickory illckory clock Tho moitiin ran up tho clock Tlio clock struck ono And down lio rnn Hickory dlckory dock Or lie Agricultural Implements FOSTER 8TOVB CO OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA PLOWS COOKS MILLS wants to lean over a fence and CHAMPION REAPERS EVAPORATOR MOWERS see the turnips grow It rests him to STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS think that tho fat lay pigs never DOORS AND HA8II A SPECIAItf think but lie winking their pink eyes Noi 110 113 Seoond Street IRONTON OniO Oly forever at th 3 sun In short he wants ittst the nutipodes of himself N Y Ledger DO YOU WANT TO SAVH nugtivlty In Itunnln FROM 25 to CO CENTS ON EVERY hnmiue and nihilism notwithstand ing Russia seems to bo the laud in DOLLAR YOU SPEND If bo writ oun Illustrated Catalogue which human lifo roaches its greatest tor containing illustrations and price 1 mgth During tho year 1SU1 858 per evkuythino manufactured ilf s ins died in tho laud of the czar who of tiih United States at manufaotue- were between tho ages of 100 and 105 ERS FRI0E8 10000 ILLUSTRATION ISO who had reached ages between 115 lines represented oltaloou all and 1SJ0 also succumbed while thrc mailed free on application Â¬ wore reported to tho authorities ns hav Address ing died after living to be 150 years or CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO uioro of ago No 178 West Vaw Bore St CHICAGO ILL Rublnstoin has just completed hil chef d oauvre the grand sacred opera Moses It Is in eight acts and is to Wrlflf be performed on two successive nights 111 J1J LVJkVU jjiMjHViiM fPS mm Am HA lit At thU TaJIJ far lis a mistake to make It so long in tills a Hen Fapfr enlv 19 ft qtin CiJi paragraphic nj l 1AV1 in vr w V- v I N n Hazel Gbebn Herald rZ SPENOJER COOPER v i KTV wwilwmmTlra KnQiS LfLAll iWCfS mttfmr Mj - - - Editor Wi i MVIL IdlUI correct ihtot counties and the votes ench one nrecnti- tied to in this tlio Tenth Congressional iwir ot unuMi nn 1 10 vote lor uovcrnor Brown Jit the August election 1891 III Ulllllll v J I ll o Hvlir f rl tiiiti larK it n Flovd t 01 DM II t FmiW HAZEL GREEN KY March 25 1892 i Martin Mcnofec Montgomery Morgan f Mutfofllu Floyd county a suitable and worthy successor to his lamented father Kesolved That we endorse his candidacy and pledge ourselves to use nil honorable means to secure his nomination Kesolved That n copy of therfc resolutions he sent to tho Morgan County Messenger If tju Jackson Hustler IIazki Ckkin HititMi Mt Sterling Sentinel Democrat and Winchester Democrat for publication On motion the meeting adjourned sine die J W Caktii Chairman WAltUKN M Mkhk Secretary we find 1 Â¬ JOHN M KOSE mt XI i ROSU Curry II iiynr juijujj si n r JOBriGGA DEALERS IX - uuujbfk KENTUCKY - it w5is tei 3 C r r t f Snnntnr Hills Snutliorii SiiphpIioci a prominent member of the Farmers Wo arc authorized to announce MAKCTS recall a conversation Alliance with C LIHLE of Winchoster Kj as u Demo 02 him in New York City previous to the Totnl cratiu candidate for Congress from the 10th assembling of Congress Ho then said Kentucky District istibjuut to the action of the Democratic parly Edward Emmonm the ossified man that the proper policy for the Democratic tf CATLETTSBURC KY House would bo to devote its entire at- Â¬ Tho Largest Drug House in tho Ohio a arc authorized to announce JO M died at Port Jefferson L I Saturday of Vallev tention to reducing the appropriation KKNDALL of Floyd county aw a Demo the grippe bills to an economical basfs and after ratio candidate for Congress from the 10th om aH Qnds Employed UA Kentucky District subject to the action of passing them to adjourn early in the the Democratic party Spring He expressed the opinion that tf elmriersoftheIanouDEMOCRATIC CONVENTIONS irothing could possibly be gained owing KONEY CORDIALI MthiKH In Joltnvoii Mttiiffi o anil Klllolt to the Kepublican Senate and the Itepub- - 5The onlvremcdv 171 thi KioiiTii miikstom lute guarantee to c e Counties V18 n I H icl A ZTu lean jvxocuuvo nv ittimnntnxr u inrw With the present issue Tun Hkuaid Below we publish the proceedings of late on financial and tarili matters while begins its eighth year For sevenycurs the Democratic Conventions which have much might be lost bv stirring up dis- Â¬ cussion in the party He has not spoken paat it has been a welcome weekly visitor recently been held quite ihat plain in his speeches but ho KlMOTT COUNTY to hundreds of homes in this and the adnun im unoiigii 10 convince me mac lie SfflfKott AII IV DnUfl STOIliS AXI COI STBY Stoius EVKKVWIIKBS At a mass meeting of the Democracy of is still of the opinion that he was before joining counties and true to its charge a Elliott County held in the town of Mar Congress met and that he thinks the has gone forth with news from all na1 1S92 II Democrats of the House aro making tions Each week it litis chronicled the tinsburg on Monday March some very bad mistakes As for mysell important events of the Nation and II Vansant explained tho object of the I wish to see the Democrats pass the free meeting and on motion II II Vansant coinage bill and I am certain it will oass Stato giving the newB in a nutshell was elected Chairman and Win Wed the Senate If President Harrison veas it wero and in local nf lairs it has ever ctiing better than dollars from us The toes it he alone will be responsible for its dington Secretary of the to Jackson iWnt us oil from a large wholesale defeat 1 care nothing about the intei had K U tried to be foremost in all good workstrade Lretofo On motion the Chairman appointed by us in several coiktiia east and left on i r It is tho in- Â¬ especially those things calculated to im- the following committee on resolutions ests of any political party terests of the people the great majority goods wluel we are comp cd to unloud and in order to do so ire Ictemin to make prices do the work prices which will make prove- our social status and our material J W Harbor II 15 Weddington and A who have to work for their livelihood our patr on In py a id m k competition howl prosperity Wo have labored hard to 1 Wright who reported the following thiit I wish to see taken care of by Con- antee to them lower We ofloCto Country Merchants extra in luce e prices thThutJiey ever got before eked6 gress We Whereas There is a vacancy in this the niako it the best local paper published in I omember we will nus unload duplicate any bill with frSglt Sickness is very prevalentamong memEastern Kentucky and to that end have Tenth Congressional District of Kentucky bers of Congress At a single session of wholesale or retail east or west north or south up hill or down W are now rein the Congress of the Inited States caused bUgt r nt the House this week more than fortv montg s wm fill c very qa spared neither money nor time How New iresh seasonable choice andIlt0m larfriis ly the death of the ilistitiiniishcd and hon cheap pairs were announced and the most We can astonish you with well wo have done the work we leave to ored member J W Kendall therefore be of them wero made Ihthusc of fhr mVL-our readers It is gratifying to note it ness of one or the other of the parties Kesolved That we find in the person of and in many cases of both however that nearly all who subscribed M Kendall There are no new developments in the covered with goods at half prices As the prices we name merely give us a chance of the county of Floyd a when wo first started aro to day among Joe President Harrison man and a true Democrat honest and com Behring Sea cao our stauncheat friend VI Tun JIiitvM petent to till the seat made vacant by the has jogged the memory of Lord Salisbury Mwvmu mm- - hiocK aiio scuooi claims iukMi in exchange o nave opened u new doniirroinnt mwim- ti i r w r t oy requesting tnrougli tlie liritinli Minhas grown in size in that time and we death of his lamented father and we hearister here an aimwcr to tho disiiMtcb wm nro happy to say that it has also grown tily declare Joe M Kendall to be our unani a week ago last Monday When that an- Â¬ in favor Wo have at all times and un mous choice to fill said vacancy and ask the swer is received something will be defi- Â¬ Democracy io Make and w dler ym Xlllllny and derail circumstances tried todo our duty said Joe M of this District to nominate the nitely determined upon Kendall sis the Cemocratic can No man who ever sat in tho United KSpriiesr1 Yousecleryaml D h by our fellow man and if in any respect didate to fill said vacancy States Senate was more generally loved v have failed it was due loan error of the Kesolved That the IIaKI Gkiin Hick and respected than Justin S Morrill of Anexnmpleof this wasgiven head and not of the heart And now for AID and all other Democratic papers in the Vermont District be requested to publish these pro this week when the two Democratic Sentho future Having served oulour seven ators from Went Virginia agreed that the ceedings years faithfully and well we should like Kesolved That this meeting adjourn sine bill relating to West Virginias share of uiu oi rect tax money ne postponed until to reap our reward and if our friends die It II Vansant Chairman the recovery of Senator Morrill because WM WkdimxotoN Secretary will but give us their aid in doing so we they understood that he was worrying shall use every edbrt to make Tun Hnit himself about not hcintr nl to lw nn minikhbcointv speech aid better than ever before and at tho Atameetingof the Democracy of Men out and deliver asubject which ho had GOODS prepared on the To fully apsiino timo nyiko this year of 1802 the efeo county held in tho preciate this very unusual courtesy it Court house at must be remembered that premier year of its popularity and pros- Frenchburg Ky March 11 1SD2 few James who have had any hopes of there areMoSenator perity Will not you as an old sub- - F Osborn Comity Chairman called the rrills recovery and that his views on the scriber aid us in the laudable underta meeting to order and explained its ob- - question at issue in the bill are opposed OAMPTON king after which In was chosen Chair to those of the West Virginia Senators If so try and induce sotno m So many members have given notice of M A Phillips Sccretarv qunintniice or friend not now taking the man and V PyinK olcl Ai V tlnIeiPt unci long prices and do von their intention to After a long discussion of various candi free wool bill nowmake speeches on the to subscribe piper Asking the blessing under consideration It so ull on nic and I will iim- evcrv ellort in of Providence in our future ellbrts that dates to fill the vacancies caused by the in the House that the majority of the rcdit system to make deaths of the Hon John W Kendalland Ways and Means Committee have decided b usncss nMmni both profitable and pleasant With thanks for voir itro age our wo may never be remiss in our duty to to postpone taking of a vote thereon past and hoping to have a liberal share of the same in future I am S Hargis Most respectfully the people among whom we play an hum- John from next Monday tho Hum iKU W K0I5IXS0X uu t M A Phillips offered the following some indefinite time after the pas age of ble- part wo start on the new year with a resolutions which wero unanimously tho free coinage bill which will be the hopeful heart adopted event of next week WrMfim JAY-EYE-S-EE My fate depends alone on you Commissioner of Pensions Kaum must Wbeieas bus pleased Almighty Ciod to I am but what you make me l call from time to eterniu our fellow citien have a liking for being criticised or els be sadly deficient in what is commonly Mr J I Oash Hickory 3 rove- iWm liomo Divinely blest if you prove true and Congressman John W Kendall and fIay-Kyc-Set Kaclne Wis says Alter trying 3 lelorrcd to as good hard horse sense Ludoiiu if j on forsake me every known remedy I removed n Jaro iiunch Z Whereas There is a vacancy in said ollice Notwithstand fij his very unpleasant ex of two years Ktundlnt from u a yeur old Ully 5 with threo applications or Tun following is a list of the counties Which must be filled and we find in the per perience through appointing members of 911 I son of Joe M Kendall of Flovd county a his immediate lamily to ollice he told the that will comprise our new Circuit Court sterling Democrat a man of ability ami Congressional committee which is con District as recently arranged by the Leg- worth to his party and one well jualilied to ducting the Pension Office investigatioi Itlslhobestprqmratlon I havo over used or heard islature viz llreathitt Estill Knott fill with honor and credit the place vacated nun no mm recommended liis laughter of 1 heartily rtcoitiinonil it to all Horsemen by the death of his father in the Iifty second for appointment as his private secretary Lee Perry and Wolfe We have hundreds c such testimonial While the dis and that sho is now performing the du trict is not just what many of us desired Congicss Therefore be it ties of that position having loft a clerkC130erIotte AskyourdrufcKlstforlt Iflio Kesolved I That we the not keeiiUHfnilim X Il iuucriiiKi oiu Men ship in the Census Hunan to take it a w 7 iyyIIiTi B THADBUXnK uochW II- KllOV Alv i It lias tile rutleomiiiK feature of beim efee eoiintv immt r Pn VJVyn III II t though the recommendation has not vet Mitely Democratic and for that wo should 1ru of had county as a delegate to the Dis iiiiiiiiniiliiIliliI iIMtitIlliliiiiMliglIgI1 been confirmed by tho Secretary of the triet Convention be it when or where itinav Interior ivho has been nut nf be thankful tiw to vote tor the said Joe M Kendall as our lho first thing the nverage government Gov UitowN has issued his writ of candidate for Congress and use all honora olhciul docs after getting in office is to begin scheming to get the rest of his election for Congressman to fill the va ble means to secure his election Kesolved That in the person of A II family in office cancy caused by tho death of Hon J y u l l President Harrison this week issued boks i Ilargis wo llnd a true and tried Democrat uesciooi i Kendall and tho ofllciitl document nam Â¬ his nn saco restorimr tho dntv n rciueci rates and one qualified to till tho vacancy caused Mctiiifieys Small Primer KiiM Arithmetic Ifi Il Kay New Second sugar hides cofieo and tea from ing Apiil 21 as tho day will bo found in by the death of the lamented John S Kevised Primer Arithmetic Hargis countries which havo neglected those Keleetie Speller do 17 or our advertising columns Third Arithmetic fill who died at his post of duty in the Senate of dined ii First Keader to negotiate reciprocity agreements 17 Ko4 to same on ii Kentucky Second Keader with tho United States It niTccts only 0 bill Arithmetic Tun Stato Senato last week adopted a Kesolved That the ii Third Keader IL imiKv Hii three countries Colombia llayti and Kv tosiuiK ii ii Fourth Keader oO AM and other Democratic papers resolution authorizing the Attorney-Cien-ora- l MefiuHcys 1st Keleetie itoirmphy i of the Venezuela Fifth Keader 7ii Ltl Ivclectic 10 eonraphy Tho Stato Department has received no ii to ascertain if tho amount of the de District be requested to publish these pro Sixth Ki coodings details of tho reciprocity treaty which Famkh l Osiioun CIuuii The above seimiXiV falcation of J W Tnto has been eol I Kan Minister Keid lias niMMitiiitod with M A IMlIliMisSccy stui iards and we shall at all times have a fti V suoolv on hook r- ompanvare we known le i ulwi nw looted from said Tatos bondsmen and if nl though its general scope is known to bo wi miimj iilwi VM0k lhlished by the Anerie nook oinpanj 11 favorable to us Street nneinnati supplied at iirrespiuiiliiigly low prices not why not JOHNSON COUNTY The leaders of both tho Democratic i m i ix uazei ureeu Ky At u meeting of tho Democraev of and Republican parties aro becoming A muu to consolidate the offices of Johnson county held at Paiutsville Ky jealous of the attentions paid by the Shorifiand Jailer was favorably reported ainrch 17 1892 on motion lion John other to tho I armois Alianco The AlI 11 U CUTKLTigrymS 5rFICE by committee in tho General Assembly W Castlo was elected end your order Chairman and W liance men aro doing littlo talking but thov arc probably doing some right hard last week M Meek Secretary thinkimr Tin Grand ltivers Mich Herald On motion the Chairman appointed DINaFELDSSi K Hills for tho admission of Arizona and SON conies out flat footed for John G Carlisle Cy M Preston Win Kiland Cfenrm w row Mexico havo been favorably reported t Successors to A Ian it Co for President regardless of section or ter Â¬ Preston and W J ainyo a committed on to the House and placed on the calendar resolutions who made tho following re- M LKXIXGTON KY CO A Vi ao Ti iuln Trick ritory pirt which was unanimously adopted The Cincinnati Enquirer has mado a Wholesale Dealers in Tin Democratic State Convontion will Whereas We have received tho sad Intel sneak on thobicyclo Importers and Jobbers of combine by securing bp held at Liederkranz Hall Louisville llgmico of the death of our wortliv crt a car load of tho best high grado safety Wliskies on May 25 Therowlll bo 717 delegates grcsrtinan the Hon John W Kendall nn- d- cycles and then offering them singly to DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS iSraigS nnureas by USs death a vucancy is cre- ts patrons at n less prico than agents can niiiuo oidllUldd COUi A nihh passed by the Kentucky PyCgia ated In this tho Tenth Congressional DIs buy at wholesale They claim there is not an ounce of soft ironin tho cycles Nos 037 uJlt and 51 trlct of Kentucky therefore bo It FINK Obi WHISKY A SPECIALTY btfure Saturday allows convicts ten days Itesolved That in the person of he young being all steel frames and forks of the CIGARS AND TOHACCO West Main Street best quality of imported cold steel tu jxr month for good behavior vigoroHi ami Intelligent Joe M Kouilnll Agents for OId Pugh Old Popper Old of bing LOUISVILLE KY Tarr and Old Taylor For Congress lOth District Pike complete line of Dry Goods Notion 1 nriim Clothing Hoots Shoes t Saddles Unnicsa9 c and seH POR1 Sam fines n than ever before seen in Hazel Green - WASHINGTON LETTER Al j guaranteed as represented or juoney refunded i Washington D C March 18 02 Goods Gents 1 fe J -- oods J P well Wolfe 2 Miid 2 WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUCcTsTS sxIJiv sI ITSSXSS 2uuu T tlf Â¬ Â¬ 1 Do You Need Money Put Â¬ - li I 2S - Â¬ Â¬ Seitncr Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J nr HAZEL Â¬ NEW HOUSE il NEW atXck SXZ TJJS aiat KENTUCKY thoy GREEN NEW PRICES i V Â¬ Â¬ jt Dealer in General Merchandise KENTUCKY 1 frt 1 ia ffiofe 1 t V Â¬ Â¬ QUINNS OINTNiENT Â¬ Â¬ -- A m Wlin W i i W mm i Â¬ Â¬ GIE1F1X it Anrrr r SGEOOX BOOES i5 v ywr IIia 1 1 1 Â¬ uir 1 lil 1jLKniy 1 - fc v Â¬ UUP rm I TsUDER 1 J ROBINSON Kxsmt j Wllcky Â¬ 1- - i v t The following remarkable coincid6nco Son c has just come to our attention lias a la rgcr circulation in Wolfe Morgan two weeks silicon protracted meeting was mid Hrcuthitt than all other papers In the hold at Lee Citv in this county mid tho State mitl merchants in Mt Stcrlinji Viri- - following preachers of the Christaiu chcster Lexington Louisville ami Iitcin Church were engaged t Elder Leandi r nut will lintl it tub mot mimuim through Lacv Elder Leauder Clear and Elder Hazel Geeen Herald which to secure Mountain Trade ADVKRTISIXC RATIOS TltANSIKNT Advertisements inverted for less tluin tiiMitlis will lie 7 cents an inch for the llrst insertion anil Lfi eents an inch for eaeli Mil sequent insertion jfrAii Tuansiknt 11K AiViirnsiNtj IAID IN AllVAWK STA V HI mit I NO A HVHItTISKM HNTS 7 0 ineh lJ nionths 12 2 inches h iuehc I inches IS i inches 22 no i inehes Jj DO Liberal rates on larger udvcrlKcinciits made known on application Local notices to lie interspersed among reading matter 10 eents line with a discount of per ctiit where they run a month or more Obituaries tributes of icspcct etc e a line Count siv wonN to the line and send We will wiite money with the nianuseriit obituaries and publish at cents n lint Marriage and death notices not exceeding ten lines solicited and published ruici rCrHius rem lliiiiAit Ai rKiiMvtf Fred Day of this place has been con Â¬ IAYAIIIi UAKIKltlY ON liKMANI fined to his bed with inflammatory rheuKPKNVLK COOlMi Address matism for two weeks past and is suffer Â¬ Hazel irecn Ky 1 Â¬ Missouri llciml Troni CooiKit Dear Sir Plcnso find enclosed SI for the JIazki Giibkn Hkiiaid for one year 1 find I cannot do without it as it gives us the news of my old home which is almost as good as a letter from home each week Kind greetings and well wishes to all Uaiider McUuire all of whom were friends that I have not had the pleasure named after Lcander Cox a great Whig of meeting for years but who still live leader in Kentucky many years ago That success may al fresh in memory ways attend Tin IIkkald is the wish of Rev Mr Savage will preach nt the M the writer Mas J ah II JIaiimax 10 Church South in this place noxt FriIlutler Mo March 10 02 day night Saturday morning and night Eanil Sundnv morniiiir and night Wanted A few choice bacon hams at here and partici this ollici- at SMe n pound in cash or 10c a C ccd Oney will also be It is the regular pound on subscription into in tlic services quarterly meeting service and the pastor The advertisement of Gold Dust Post hopes ho will have a full attendance members as well as all good Hoy Jr and Gen John Morgan will be from church found in this issue of our paper To ex people of other denominations patiate upon the exeellenccof these three Convention to nominate animals would be superfluous as they The District section a Democratic candidate for Congress are well known in this W Kenman to succeed the lamented J dall is called to meet at Campton on the This we learn is the II rat 1th of April time the honor of a Congressional Con vention ever fell to our sister town and that she deserved it none will deny In Â¬ in blood deed we belive Campton was the choice of the people and StiiNCKit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TL P PIERATT - JjJCIEJIATT H F PIERATT 1EALKI18 GO IN LIVE STOCK COUNTRY PRODUCE Good People Play Progression liny your goods while they arc cheap and now is the iiiuo wm Dont you and this is our reason mm gSaSM seo Hint is business Wo want to buy more goods wt Â¬ FOR SCROFULA scrofulous humor tho ulcers catarrh consumption use The most Wo are not in business merely tor pleasure nor for health but for the profit and the way to make it profitable is to sell everybody And the way to sell everybody is to sell cheaper than anybody And thaf is what we are going to do for Cash or Country Pro duce rajjHMVe BJ Â¬ have extended the Credit Pvsteni until we are compelled to close our books and we respectfully ask those wboowc uh to come in and pay part Trusting you will heed thin we remain or all of your note or account CO Very respectfully Ac H F PIERATT Dr Taulbee his ing excruciating pain his condition asmucb physician reports There was a good lo ti le in Rod River improved having rested easily Wedesday Wednesday night for the first time in two week We hope soon to be able to chronicle his This precinct gave Ilargis 7l majority complete recovery over Prater in the election Monday Dr Knsh was summoned Wednesday Deputy Collector Hermloti was in town night to the bedside of Mrs WmCaskey last Friday and paid thLs ollice a pleas on Grassy who was suddenly eized with ant call He had not returned a sniotheVingspell to pres and we cannot when we went Owing to high water no mail was dis- therefore say what the patients c mdi patched or received from cither Campton tion is She is the venerable mother of or West Liberty on Monday our neighbor W T Caskey Â¬ Ayers SarsapariHa economical cafe speedy and effective of all blood purifiers THE NEW WEBSTER -- Has Cured Others will cure you WEBSTERS INTERNATIONAL Â¬ Scarcely a trace of the 2i inches of Ioi Salt or Unit the beautiful which fell hist week in V Acres of Land ltl cleared good Vrnoni this vicinity naw remains to be seen duelling good barn and necessary outbuildings Liberal terms Call on or ad M II IMcratt at dress John M Rose and Frenchburg Ky Mt Sterling Court day sales Mon Â¬ tended day and report a most miserable market MORGAN COUNTY A child of Jlenry Linden and wife Ocl Involutions colored aged about five years died on Just now we frequently hear expres- Â¬ Tuesday evening and was buried Wednes Well did you oversee sions like this day such weather an 18 inch snow when we Our clever friend and the ellicient Cir should have spring weather etc Per cuit Court Clerk of this county Jonas haps it is a little uncommon but we ansant paid our olhce a pL aoant cal should remember that the resources of Tuesday the Almighty are inexhaustible and with such a heated mess of political stuff as Our old friend Fred Kellam is an emitted from St Louis it takes a heap of nounced to arrive here to day or cold truck to restore norm lity This and our merchants should hold their element of St Louis pollution kept us orders for him from getting a railroad once and now tliev sav thev arc coins to get in power Willie lJay who is engaged in business and buy up all the railroads and of for his nYicle at Camargo is nuw at home course if they do this they will have as being summoned to the bedside of his many as they can monkey with and will lather who is quite ill therefore build no more so ve may just let our railroad prospects swivel up Remember that the Democratic Con The Democratic election kettle is ratvention to select delegates to the District Convention will be held at Campton to tling away on Senatorial politics to day The Republican kettle is on but they morrow Saturday March 25 cannot get up enough steam to make the C A Snow Co pamphlet Infor lid rattle As this election was unexmation and Advice about Patents Cav pected the Peoples Party did not have eats Trademarks Copyrights etc may time to burn any school house oil and are therefore not in it be obtained free at this oflice That great long Democrat Jonas Van 1I Register Swango was here from Thurs sant was in town a few days ago day of last week to Wednesday evening got him some clerk tools gold pens of last visiting relatives and friends and the little jeweler and went on his way releft on that day for Frankfort going via joicing Kzel Our fellow townsman Samuel Rice Died at Harold Texas Feb 2 1SD2 has invented the most complete gate Mrs Nancy Lacy wife of our former brace that lias yet appeared on which he fellow county in an Sandford II Lacy will apply for a patent Mr Lacy has been living in Texas many A large number of cattle passed down years last week to Mt Sterling We would not Dr J A Taulbee Henry Pieratt and be surprised to bear of the market being ltillin Kash are hustlers during an elec snowed uud ti m campaign Present indications show that Congres Â¬ It is impossible for a Ken voter to er capc them and they elect their sional politics are thoroughly man every tune dalled Rev W 11 Lykins preached two exJimmic Day of the Capital oflice cellent sermons at this place last Sunday Frankfort is home for a short visit He Hmmit Ezel March 21 52 has not been in good health since he went to Frankfort and he returned home to Wanted recuperate a bit Ore hundred teams wanted to log along Elder D O Combs left Sunday for the K lT railroad between Jackson and Mt Sterling and other points below to Clay City For particulars address Fioyp Day fecuro donations to rebuild the dormitory CJay City Ky and the prayers of the people of this town ho with him Not Ah Itepresenteil To whom it may concern Mr John W Fugate a student of Ha I Green Academy preached at the Emtok IIkiiami -- Dear Sir Someone Christian Church Wednesday night his not having the fearof God before him subject being Death which he handled lias for a wicked and selfish purpose been very eloquently for one so young in the circulating the report that our Mr Phillips would not visit the trade in Ken Masters cause tucky and also that we think of withRead the advertisement of Ashland drawing Park Stallions for 1892 if you intend to Thee is not a particle of truth in the On make money by breeding for trotters report no foundation whatever Four of the finest may there be found the contrary Mr Phillips expects to and every one of them is a descendant of spend all his time visiting the merchants tho desirable families of Kentucky and we are gratified to note that his trade is increasing all the time Up to the hour of going to press we in fact our trade pleases us better now were unable to get any definite informa than for years and you may assure the tion as to the result of the election This hospitable KpntuckimiH that we arc county gavo Ilargis 350 majority Mor- Â¬ not quarter horses but are in the gan county 500 mil three precincts in 4 mile raco every time and for all heats Menefce lf0 majority Ilargis election Convey our compliments to the gentle is generally conceded however men who havo to resort to this expedient to keep even and inform them we are The charitably disposed citizens of our hounding them right now and when wo town last week had an opportunity to get our evidence more concise wo will minister to the wants of the needy mid givo them such attention as will male sufUring and those who have not con them wish they had died a bornin tributed of tlteir means should haste to Respectfully display a little of the milk of human W M KkruCo kindness O March 18 12 The case referred to is that of Ironton Mrs MulliiM livinis on W P Trimbles place and our citizens should seo that Happy and content is a home with The Ro- Â¬ sho and her little ones are provided with chester lamp with the light of the morning the nectaries of life Fertalxlocut writt Rotknttr Lam Co AVw J ok Â¬ ELECTION NOTICE The Commonwealth of Kentucky To the Shei ills of the Counties of Kl- liott Clark Hreathitt Estill Floyd Johnson Knott Lee Martin Magoffin DICTIONARY Â¬ GOLD DUST This combined voting stallion will make the season of 1S2 tit our Mulilcs in llael jrcen Kw and will serve nums- at TKN DOLLARS TO IKSlKi A LIV1XO COLT money due when tlu mare fouls with a lieu on edit until tho money is paid or if the mare is parted with or hied to another horse the money is then due - 1 Â¬ 1 iiviilu Cover to it cJltcl and KcnafroinTHE TIMES Cover FULLY ADREAST OF A -- GRAND INVESTMENT for every Finally mul School Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Montgomery Morgan Menefce Pike Powell and Wolfe DKStlMlTIOV ASM rKDUiltKi Whereas a vacancy cNts in the ollieo of OLD IlTST is 7 years old the 28th day of Congress of the Tin Representative in tlic ted States from the Tenth Congressional May 18- - 11 handshigh a beautiful chestWEBSTERS W nut with star and white hind feet beautiful District caused by the death of Hon His power Mylc and action tntornatlonnl Dictionary over mane and tail Kendall Tim work of revision occupied lie was sired by Senator Now therefore I JOHN YOPNG HUOWX are unsurpassed tenveiiih moid tliuti n hundred ellto Dudley he by Governor of the Commonwealth aforesaid Hlackhttru he b Dillard rlnl lulioicin Iiclnt employ vd mid ivcr SIWIOOOO exponiicil heforo tho first issue this my writot election and command John Dillard the grandsire of Iliil Thoiuii copy venn printed that you and cach of you cause the polls son record 2 HI Frie McClouil and Siclc COLD OY ALL DOOKGCLLERC to lie opened at the several voting places in with records better than 221 His diim was lVuuphlct neat lrco by tho jiubllshurB sired bv the Phillips horse the sire of Hluc voiir respective conn ties and an election held Caution is lulled in pnrolinslng n die according to law on TIITItSDA Y AIMML Jeans lie bv Oeit Taylor ins Also at die same stables will be found the tionuiy niphotogrnililc reprints of an obo 21 1J2 for the election of a Itcprcsontutive te mill cimipaiutlvely wortlilcf 8 edition of in the Congress of the Tinted States from elegantly bred young trotting Stallion Vebitornro ImjIuk mnrketcd umlrr various the Tenth Congressional District to fill the immett nnd often by misrepresentation vacancy caused by the deah of J W Ken GET THE DEST dall us aforesaid Tbo International which bears imprint of Who will serve a limited number of ap - - IXTKSTIMOXV WIlKKKOr I have proved mates at TKV DOLLARS TO IX G Ci C iMKltltlAM CO riihllsliurn caused these letters to be made SKA I Springfield MuiH U B A patent and the seal of the Com SlKH A LIVING COLT on same U rnis as above monwealth to be hereunto allixed day of imscmiTioN anij imiKjuii Done at Frankfort the seventh March in the year of our Lord one thousand POST HOY Jit was sired by Post Hoy eight hundred and ninety two and in the record 22l he by Magic sire of Clemmie one hundredth vear of the Commonwealth 215 Alice Stoncr 221 Mystery 22t JOHN YOTNti IJHOWN ifce dam Mollic Kmerv sired bv Striithmorc llv the Governor sire of Santa Chins 217 Tucker 211 WINCH EaTKIl KY John W Hkadikv Semicolon 210 Cricket 210 Adonis 211 Secretary of State Sister V 218i Hummer 211 Charles N 11 WmiKRSPOOX President KnwO Likh Derby 220 Faustina 22i Monnie Wilmore R I II UNTKR Cashier Assistant Secretary of State and a number of 222 i Hhioherry 221 others in the 2t0 li t POST HOY J It is 20000000 a licaiitiful chestnut with no marks 7 jours Paid up Capital old May 11th I82 11 hands i inches liigji Surplus 0000000 and gives promise of being heard from in This Hank solicits the accounts of mer the future among trotters Any one who is familiar with Shiners Post Hoy will readily chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Kastcrn Kentucky reeognie Post Hoy Jr And last but not least will be found at and oilers its customers every facility and the same stables the well known and highly tlic most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking octl8ly npprcciatcd JACK 1 TlioAuthciitluWulisterailimtirlilcril Dictionary coittjitlNlng Issues nT 1HU4 ium 7t uud nil still conyrlKlitcd Iieeii thoroughly roxlsed ami milurgeil under the supervision of Nonh lorter DD M I of Ynlo Cnlvcrslly mid n u UtitlnguiHlilui title bcaro tho nauio L H A I Â¬ POST BOY JR Â¬ TI IE WINCHESTER BANK HSS ol Two Bottles Cured Her Camioll la July I was Bufforlng 10 Â¬ years from shockii In my boad bo inucu bo that at times I didnt ex poet to rscovor I took medlclnoB from many doctors but did not t any rollof until I took Pastor Kounigs Norvo Tonic tho Bocond doso rolluvcd 8 W PECK ine and 3 bottlos cured tno Newioiit Ky February 20 1891 For many years 1 was elckly and very nervous so that tho loast tiling would frlgbton me and my sloop was unrofroahing and 1 wub bo 1 woak lib to lo unablo to do any bouaowork was always lll humortxt and depruHBcd Now ovorythlnt Is changed Pastor JiuonJgs Nerve Toufo 2 bottlos has helped mo 1 am llkoa new person can work Hicop wen an J ieoi conientqu l recomuioua tuts medlclup at every omor- tunlty JlilUA ItUliU A Vnlunble Hook an Nervous imeuHos sent rroo to any address and poor pstlents can also obtain Â¬ Â¬ IS Â¬ VI 1889 GEN JOHN MORGAN Who will serve mares at TKN DOLLARS TO IXsnirc A LIVING COLT on same terms us above described This Jack has no superior as a good breeder rare will he taicn to prevent accitients but we will not be rcsnonsibleshouhl any ocJ T DAY it CO cur Â¬ Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY 10000 Capital J M U Is 200000 Kuiipmjb POTTS WIREMAN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 HICiSTAFF President KIRK PATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WercHicetfulIy solicit the business of mer chants farmers traders and business men Heg leave to announce to the citiens of Ha generally throughout KiiNtcru Kentucky A zel ffrcen and vicinity that they have re general hanking business done Hive us a cently had their mill at Hazel recti thor cliaucu to send you a bank book pay your I O Cotnbi an oughly overhauled by Rev checks and loan von money when in need experienced mill mail and that they are W W TilOMiHOv Cash now prepared to grind Wheat and Corn and fl nnd grind give the best rcsuls Toll days until further notice will he TPESDA YS this medicine free of chance and FRIDAYS Thia romnrtvhuH lieon nronared bvtho Reverend Parties from a dlstauc e with tenuis will be Puhior KoonlR of Fort Wavne ind since IS and tsuow prepared underhls direction by the cared for over tlght We are also prepared to do TSTOM KOENIG MED CO Chicago III SAWIXO Satisfaction guaranteed In all Sold by Druggists at 81 per Dottle G for 88 eases and the patronage of the public solicRespectfully ited Largo Size 8175 O Bottles for 80 A WIUKMAX MILLERS FREE 1 Trimble Bros WHOLES ALE MT STERLING Â¬ POTTS Heres the littlu Jeweler if Ezcl Turned to a Watch the time to tell lie Is on his knecH ROSE DeBUSK IltACTICAI i QBOC8B8 KY 1 h Jim WW j Â¬ -- Â¬ Open Face Stem wind 0O Vmcrican Watches barge Weight Clocks 150 Ilcautiful Walnut SnriiiL COop WrcJr locks is Superior ijual- 1 oz bottles 10 hy of Sewing Machine Oil T F CAUU cents Uopcetfully For the Jewelry trade Not that hes bunted Or his trade Iiiih rusted Hut as times arc tight He thought it right To sellgoods lower Than ever before As tlic public sees And a prayer is made Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers HAZEL GKEEN KY Hlacksmithing of all kinds solicited and work promptly done Wo make a specialty of building tMiorso wagons and guarantee j7rfr Consignments of produce and tho patronage of Mountain Merchants respect- Jel4fly fully solicited n J IRSharp Urucu Trimble T Q Denton All who are Indebted to the firm or either of us for work must come and settle and cash or satisfactory terms will be demanded for all work done hereafter Thanking you for past patronage and so liciting a continuance of the Name we are KOSB DlHPSK respectfully all work NOTICB SHARP TRIMBLE MT STIRLING DENTON KYf Â¬ Illnvo now a complete lino of Clothing Hats Boots Shoos and Gents Furnishintf gpotls We solicit an inspebtiou of our goods and gmtwnfOe iiir ices sutisfnctorrjntd nTtielca Â¬ TU 1 F LOCKIIAKT HIJ EAEL KY feOly MAUPIN WITH ITTC DENTIST D H CARPENTER WHOLESALE DRY HOODS NOTIONS HOOTS HIIOES IWTLKTTSIintO KY c recomniendcd f -- fiu IS l 0h of course not said Pearson Though I think I rrlth a light laugh oould guess whore you have been wcro I to try How are tho Greens coming PXKGTER OOOFXB PiUkkw on MM The tone in which this question was KY t I HAZEL OKEBN t asked together with tho leering manner of the speaker implied a direct insult and Paul took it as such lie had DEDTIME SONG moreover had an intimation of Pear- Â¬ 0 come my drowsy llttlo one sons visits to Greens and he now as Â¬ Cotno licroto mothers knco sociated him in some way with Louises Xroa which tho bout of slcop sot sail conduct and felt inclined to hold him Acrcan ttio Slumber sen 0 come nnu Idas mo nwect good night responsible for it He was sensitive And then nwny away and it required but little toinise his To find the shore of Slutnborlnnd temper nnd it was not strange under Where nil the dronm clves stny the circumstances that Pearsons words O Idis Kocd nlht my llttlo ono stung him and that he should reply And then nwny nwny sharply of WldcnwnUo Hut to tho land It tho Greens arc anything to 3011 Come bnclt at peep o dny snid he and you arc anxious to know Srf dour tho sleep boats sails are sprond how they are coming on I suppose you Lilo wings of some whtto bird have the privilege of going there to find And lol with winds from twilight land out for yourself Each snowy snll Is stirred And hnrh tbo bolls or Slumborland Thanks replied Pearson I shall Aro rlnlng swcot and low do as you suggest and I hope in fact I hear tho boatman culling you think my reception there will be differ Â¬ Its tlmo for you to go ent from yours O kiss good night my little ono The next instant Paul had lost all And then nwny nwny self control and with all his strength Hut to tho land of Wldoawnko put into his arm he gave Pearson such a Come back at peep o day stroke with his list that it sent him roll- Â¬ Good night my slocpy little dear ing to the ground limp and apparently Talto mothers loving kiss lifeless To dream of ns you sail away And dronni my child of this Paul did not wait to see what had ITrt mothers heart Is warm and true been tne cxrent of the damage of his Ucr lovu will never fall stroke but galloped on leaving Pear- Â¬ And tt will always follow you son to the care of a couple of men who No matter whero you sail at that moment drove up in a wagon O kiss good night my llttlo ono Is he dead asked one of the men And then away nway as the other bent over the listless body But to tho land of Wldonwako Como back at peep o day I think not said tho other but he Housowlfo got a terrible lick sure and it will take him a few days to get over it We had better get him back to town if we can as there is no place near here to leave him Guess we had replied the first but I wonder who that man is that hit him w v riwjrn I saw him strike ropy Qpwrtrpi Hh So did I But whoever he is you fy may bet 1 dont want him to strike me Thorn My but that was an awful lick and Id H CojvwjU B9I P KHMo about as soon be struck by lightning as that mans arm CHAPTEIt XXUI CovrisurD Wonder what it was about any- Â¬ Then good by Louise and as Paul how Apokc ho advanced and reached out his I dont know and I guess it dont hand concern us what it was about Lets Louise could almost feci his pres Â¬ get this chap in the wagon and haul ence and she longed to throw herself him to town lie needs some sort of at- Â¬ in his arms and cry her heart out Hut tention Mie restrained herself and never so They raised Pearson up to put him in much as looked up the wagon and he opened his eyes and Wont you tell mo good by looked about him Louise Paul asked Where am I and what has hap Â¬ Good by she murmured pened he asked in a weak voice lie said nothing more but after look- Â¬ Youre right here said one of the ing at her a long time he tore his eyes men and it looks as though that chap from her and strode rapidly away She who hit you come nigh taking your heard him pass through the gate and head off He gave you a terribly black a moment later heard his horse clat Â¬ eye sure ter away across the prairie Then she Slowly Pearson began to recall lifted her head from her hand and had happened to him and he grewwhat an- Â¬ with longing eys looked after his re gry and tried to spring up Hut ho treating form until it faded out in the found that he had sustained a greater distance and when she saw him no injury than he had thought One of his longer she placed her hand on her limbs had caught under him when he heart and moaned in the deepest an- Â¬ fell and had been thrown out of posi- Â¬ guish tion With a cry of pain he sank back That meeting had been n sore trial to the ground for the poor girl but she steeled her Curse Paul Markham lie muttered heart against itself and with the great He has put me n a nice pickle and est effort withstood its pleadings She laid me up for a week perhaps when felt more than once that if the inter- there is not a day to lose view was prolonged she u ust break The men got him in the wagon and down and give way to her love Hut within an hour left him in bed in his she had come through it saf jly and the room at Magic City worst was passed CHAPTKK XXIV All day she watched and waited for A ltltOKKN MM II Pearsons visit but night cumc on and Dr Hascom had not forgotten his pos- Â¬ Pearson failed to appear Was it sible she wondered that he had promise to aid Green in getting some changed his mind and that after all money if possible lie had tried every she would escape him Hut Pearson means in his power visited all tho had not changed his mind He remained money lenders and everyone else from away for another and a more urgent whom it seemed probable the money might be obtained He paid several reason As Paul galloped back in tho direc- Â¬ visits to Scraggs ofico before Scruggs tion of Magic City he met Pearson on his return and again ho went there on the way to Greens Pearson recognized day that Pearson received his injuries Paul and stopped to speak to him lie at Pauls hands On this lat occasion he found Scraggs at home and at once made known to him his errand Yes said Scraggs in reply to the old doctors statement I will let Green have some money He might have had it before this if I had known he was in such desperate straits Have you been out to Greens within tho last few days No not since nearly a week I asked because I wished a little information on a certain point I have understood since my return that young Pearson has been going out there fre Â¬ quently of late and I thought perhaps you might know if it was true I have never I know nothing of it met him there on the occasion of any of my visits 1 suppose such istho case however and ramo stops ought to be taken to break it up Ho has devilish designs on Greens girl and Im afraid ho lias Green in his power and if he is per Â¬ mitted to go on in his own way ho will oooimjy sun MiKMimnn bring the girl to ruin Something ought rightly guessed where Paul had been to bo done at once to thwart him if posand he know lull woll from his looks sible what had befm tho result of his visit Thats true sald the doctor thuVs And his nnturt mis such that he could true But this is all news to me I have not resist tho temptation of slightly had no intimation of anything of that eve lilting over his vanquished rival sort and never dreamed of such a Paul would have passed on but Pear thing or I certainly should have taken ton provented him some steps to stop It Hut how has I did not know you had returned Pearson managed to got Green in his Mr Mnrkhnm Pearson began and I power suppose you have been buck but u Easy enough replied Scraggs and time ho went on to tell about Mills loan and ihort 1 I returuod last night Paul replied Johns sale of the wagon and team You lmvo been out lmvo kept n watch on thiffaffalr and by Only last night tho aid of my clerk lmvo kept posted on to your fathers I suppose to day 1 dont know vlint it is any thing par- Â¬ the proceedings from first to last Grcon has laid himself liable to a term ticularly to you wnoro I lmvo been answered a llttlo angrily ftv- - ho in stato prison nnd as I havo just to rnut vyns in no inonl fo luivo his nffnlrs- clay discovered Pearson is nil that mU especially by on rtnnds between him nvul tho law If iiteekm d with Greens girl wll submit to Tcaraons de- wlxo was lilUe wore h a u jtruiger Hazel Green Herald I 1 ire Grcon can go frw but If oho do not then Green is to be prosecuted 80 you woo how the matter stands and how noccssnry it is to take immediate steps to thwart Pearson Yes I see The rascal has got the whole Green fnmlly in his clutches and the girl must sac Â¬ rifice herself to save her father mid mother and shell do It too Shell do anything and suffer anything to spare them It must be prevented Scraggs It must if it is possible but 1 am at n loss how to get at it Of course we could pay off Mflls or rather Pear Â¬ sons note but that wont let Green out He would still be as open to pros Â¬ ecution as ever I dont know what we can do I know one thing I can do said the old doctor as he arose and angrily I can cane Pearson paced the floor confound his impudent picture and it wouldnt take me long to do iteither Im afraid that wouldnt help mat ters much though laughed Scraggs Perhaps not but it would do me Hut have you no plan lots of good Scraggs No I havent I have thought how- Â¬ ever that it might be a good idea to find out who and where Greens friends are and to write to them stating his condition and asking them for some as- good-for-nothin- g JT 25 Jit iinnr Sw HI It AM IilATCIlFOlSD TON DAY- A OT hwTrm C it is - Â¬ Â¬ sistance 1 dont know that that would I do much good but it might do some suppose he has friends in the east some- Â¬ where and we could learn from him who they are It is not necessary to go to that much trouble said the doctor as I already possess that information so far as Greens wifes father is concerned Do you Then thats soon arranged Now there was another thing I was thinking of doing This Pearson has an uncle in Ohio of whom he is a sort of ward This uncle is the head of tho Buckeye Loan and Trust Company which I represent and he and this Pearson are all there is of tho com Â¬ pany andUhe uncle furnishes the capi Â¬ tal and Pearson gets the profits I am fearful that it wont avail much but I propose to write to the uncle and in- Â¬ form him of this Green matter and urge him to interfere in Greens behalf A good idea said tile doctor It cant do any harm at least re- Â¬ plied Scraggs so well do it But first give me the name and addressof Greens friend I have it here the doctor remarked as he began rummaging through his Hum hum that is not it pockets Hum here it Ls Hiram Bhitehford Why Day whats tho matter Scraggs what do you mean Tho old doctor ended up in some alarm as Scraggs sprang to his feet oversetting his chair and giving vent to a string of pointed not to say profane language Why sir Matter cried Scraggs this is one of the most outrageous and heartless affairs I ever heard of II iram Bhitehford is the uncle I just spoke of and hes a confounded heathen and a blamed fool Here he is loaning a lit- Â¬ tle money to his own child at thieving interest and allowing her to starve to death while he keeps this viper Pear sou at the head of his business and fur Â¬ nishes him with the means to work the ruin of Louise Green Groat God Al- Â¬ mighty doctor some people are too hard and mean to be human and old Bhitehford is one of them Hes a fool bos a scoundrel hes a brute And youUl like to cane him wouldnt you the doctor said when ho had slightly recovered from the effects of Scraggs tumultuous and unlooked for repeated Scraggs Well I just would and Id give him such a caning as no man ever got But here this sort of talk is not to the point We must act We must hustle our-Â¬ selves to get old Bhitehford out hero Ill send him a telegram at once and then andhere Scraggs penned tho mes- Â¬ sage which Blatchford received tho lay of Aunt Mitchells explosion and which has been mentioned in a pre Â¬ vious chapter Calling his clerk Scraggs sent the message off then turn Â¬ ing to the doctor said Now I think Blatchford will eome and it will bo nearly a weak before ho gets here and in the meantime wo must manage in somo way to delay Pearsons plans Wo must save tho girl from him and wo must kcop Grcon out of the clutches of tho law Thats bo replied tho doctor thats ho Hut I dont just see how its to bo done Perhaps though Pearson will not bring matters to nn issuo nt onco Perhaps we will havo plenty of timo if we only uccpcd in keoping our scheme Wouldnt I west Then what can wedo Scraggs tho doctor asked How can we prevent this thing in so short 11 time I dont know Im Biire At that instant the ofilce door was thrown open and a man came breath- Â¬ lessly in Doctor he cried come quick Pearson has received a severe iniurv and needs immediate attention 1 have been all over town in search of you Eh Whats that the doctor cried starting up The man recounted all he knew of Pearsons meeting with Paul and the encounter that followed and ended by saying Im sure his leg is broken besides other serious injuries I wish to Heaven it had been his neck instead of his leg cried Scraggs Aye said the doctor aside to Scraggs but a leg is better than nothing and if we cant have what we want we must take what we can get Are you going to him Soraggs asked Yes indeed You wait here an hour or so and Ill see you again With that the doctor went out and down the street to Pearsons room He found Pearson in a semi unconscious condition and proceeded to make an examination of his injuries At first lie was inclined to treat them rather lightly but on second thought he changed his mind and his face took on a grave air and he shook his head du- Â¬ biously Is lie badly hurt doctor some one asked Bad enough to keep him in bed for several days sure the doctor replied We must splint and bandage this limb and ho must be kept perfectly quiet for the present Accordingly the limb was duly ar- Â¬ ranged the bruises about the face dressed and after again repeating his injunctions in regard to keeping the pa tient quiet the old doctor withdrew and returned to Scraggs Now Scraggs he said as he enweve got a good tered the office chance to carry out our plan Weve got Pearson laid up with a broken leg and if we can get old Blatchford out here before he gets up and about were all right Great heavens man we can certainly do that Blatchford ought to get here inside of six da3s and I should think it would take a broken leg several weeks to heal Yes ordinarily it does take several weeks but in this case it wont Wont Why not Hccause and the doctor advanced and sunk his voice to a whisper be Â¬ cause Scraggs there aint auy broken leg in this case I dont cried Scraggs What catch your meaning I mean that Pearsons leg is not broken He has sprained it pretty severely that is all but as the people up there thought it was broken I de cided to let the impression prevail and so 1 splintered it up and left it so Dont yon see if we can keep him in bed under the belief that his limb is broken it gives us a chance to save the girl until Bhitehford comes I see I see cried Scraggs as he shipped himself and fairly roared with By George doctor but that laughter is the best thing I ever heard of and you deserve a medal for it Ill put you against tho world when it comes to scheming and again Scraggs feelings got the better of him and he burst out into another roar of laughter Now if I can keep Pearson in bed you said tho doctor for a week think you can accomplish your work do you Yes like a top You just hold Pear son down on his back for six days and Im sure well come through all right Well Ill try to do it Scraggs aud I think I can succeed So long Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4I think not Bald Scraggs I be Herefrom what information I have been able to gather that he has already made Jtis proposition to the girl I know this much Ho has purchased two tickets for Denver and has arranged for a livery rig to drive into the country to morrow night I am confident his intention is to drive out to Greens at night nnd bring the girl here in a close carriage and with her take the train for tho DOMESTIC HELP and nowhoro docU the supply equal the demnnd Orant In domestic work to be tho mostl healthful comparatively light anclthal1 for which women tiro eminently fitted by nature an investigation into tlioi cause which lies at the bottom of evorrA effect should be made by housekeeper and some efficient remedy suggested 1 There are women who clcclaro domestie service to bo not only tho most rcw munerutive but tho most independent of all pursuits for women and yet yenta by year tie number of persons engaged in it becomes smaller and to tlijl greenhorn from Kuropo almost es clusively this class of worlds relegated The facts of tho ease are found upoill investigation to justifv the clininn m by women and we can not wonder thni inousaiius eminently fitted by nattu mill trailiimH 1I1 service oiva nuuiiun nuaiiy enter stores and factories ant starve upon tlie pittance thero rather than seize upon the boasted Inuepenuenee of domestic work Put yourself for one day in tho pin 01 uary Ann and you may undo U mm v JHCITIUIJ n u will KlippOSfJ that there is but one servant kopt itj yuuresuioiisiimeiit the ubiquitous an lnexnaustiuic Mary Ann Sho ria 4 IJ - of domestic sorvicc btatcs comes tho complaint of scarcity Why U In That It I Dlmcult to Obtaljl Good Servants From every portion of the United f - ii nir - unl 1 ttu nvnnntinir IIkiii- - tnclrc tliffjff were performing tho ofilce of a recoj nized trade that was neither frowne upon by the community nor belittle d Olive Ohnet ij e as menial work ti Chicago Graphic nit Hint 111 leaves her room usually adjacent tXf the kitchen and large enough to allol of a bed and wash stand and perhnpjfc v u iuiK it may oe unit Her room is 01 tint mutt Hum uiiwiirmeii i 1oy v uie turf mice and with dormer windows givinjm a cheerful view of neighboring ohimlfs ney pots and if carpeted at all witrfil ragged and faded carpet long since codJM signed to the girls room in lieu of tlit rag picker Now Mary Ann can no expect everything and perhaps ha1 room is far better than she hn a J homo hut if iu in ciwli imini iuu nuvti tut iuit trast with the other rooms of the hnu mat she is confronted always with tin idea that the family consider her an in ferior When the fires are lighted and tli house comfortable its amiable mistrci arises to eat the breakfast Mary Am lias prepared the independent scr ant meanwhile waiting at the table it is proper she should and aftcrwa taking her solitary meal alone in tl kitchen as the servant is expected do and finishing it in as short order possum ior ine goou nouscKccpcr uUl likes any dawdling over meals WIion the dishes are washed and the chamberswork done the domestic servant mm begin the real work of the day Waslj ing and ironing day are followed k baking and sweeping day year in yet out with monotonous regularity an nt any moment tie servant must bj ready to leave any occupation who the it is uread making scrubbing or thl like to present herself at the door answer to the bell or answer tho sum mons of her mistress Prom six in tb morning till nine at night she is 01 pected to be on tap and no matte whether well or ill present a cheerfu face and ready acquiescence to tli wishes of her employer The nature of domestic work ha grown to be so complex that it has los the dignity which it once possessei This has also been brought about In the increase of wealth and tho drawinl of caste lines There was a time wha the mistress sat with her maids worl ing with them instructing them nu caring for them morally and spiritualljW She made labor dignified by treatiti her servants as inferiors it is true bfd inferior in the samo sense as isa daugl1 tor or younger sister The housemother exacted reverent respect by lui1 attitude toward her servitors and thiSi1 4 1 11 iiii f- imnu uvt 111 iiif mnrtiinn n I w ar - Â¬ 5 f l 01 THE SWEET COURTESIES I TO 1U COXTINLHPl outburst Â¬ - round Tho man at the inquiry department at the Central police station Did you over notice tho difference in the length of tho Lost and Found advertisements In a Sunday morning newspaper That is a pretty good gaugo of the lis honesty ami honesty in the community I tako tho position that everything lost in a city is eventually found But how few people there aro who return articles that they find To one hun Â¬ dred complaints of lost articles brought in here wo do not have a dozen finds Occasionally when man or woman brings in a found article here he or she wants almost tho value of it bofoi giving it up I recall nu instance of last week A man had brought iu a find but said ho wouldnt give It up un Â¬ less the loser would pay hiin ton dol- Â¬ lars Tho article wasnt worth much moro than that I hud the finder cited to appear before a polico ufcticc who threatened to fine tho tinder twenty flvo dollars if he persisted in ais de mand Tho finder compromised on flvo dollars And thero foutuifu tli idea I have been trying tooonvry- Lost mid Â¬ Â¬ ciuiov t Chicago Tribune Por nothing pr ries and perplexities vents friction so perfectly ns tho exe else of what wo sometimes disdainful As lliougn opj call the minor virtue should bo endowed with truth and y lnokinir prudence aud dolicato insigl and cireumsDoctlon wound with shai needle pricks the sensitive hearer do not caro to bo constantly remind Faithful are tk of our fallings wounds of a friend but frionds to often show a fondness for the scalp and lav baro our pot weaknesses in tuthful but exceedingly uncomforWj bio fashion Detroit Free Press The popos way in part of ceW bruting Christmas was to bestow 11 thousand dollars fordlstributlon amofl tho poor of Rome Huffalo Inquirer rliitlvo Word Tlint Help Life is so complex its machinery tl intricate that it is impossible that ll51 I l 11 Wlieeis SIUHim lllvv iimjvu niuuuuua and without friction Thero is a cotl tinual straining of every nerve to gai and keep a place in this overerowdot busy world What wonder if in tl hurry and push the rights of others arl trampled or completely ignored win everv individual is in such haste tin time fails for the small sweet coil tesies of life But it is the little ofllces of friendslil tho encouraging smile the apprecU tivo word tho thought for our prefel ences tho avoidance of our prejudice which make life easier and whic lessen in a marvelous degree all its w 1 I It In the Kiionuriiclmr Smlla unil AMrt1 tt fi tl 11 p Ci t ii 11 11 u ti T m U in ft tl P b d s 1 U fl V si tl P w tl ii U I Vim AGRICULTURAL HINTS PRACTICAL HEN HOUSE st tin Tli lug to 1ut Up on k Hlllsldo limldo Arrangement lliiTO is hurdly unj necessity of my roniK into a lenirtny cxpiuimuon 01 tcdftkls plain nrncticftl house for a few thirifvsin linns mmh ns mnnv farmers keep close to the house for the or ejftfs they provide for homo purposes liisas you see it plain roomy light Located as it is ios- smd well ventilated reon a hillside the air is always pure and orjves 1 - nVirosh drainage natural and the sur cattroundinfs healthy This is just such a 7edptace an some farms have for a hen lib use as the ground is more or less e xiroi ling- ami irregular The main floor of the house contains ed dozen or two of nesting places on HO - adi hat tt a iv Mii r I n- a lei OS tit in 16 1111 ti IOriTKY HOITSK Ithe Jloor covered if you will with a HIMHIDK lV pi feover on hinires to raise and remove toil he eggs soon after they are laid The furl end of the house- - leads out to a run in jvhich may be made of any length you A door trotn tne rear icuuk tra see proper it Into the yard to clean it and water the OD jfovls if necessary to do so at any till fame but in hot weather the water nol should be put within the building out Rf the suns rays and away from the board to make them dark have the Impure elements about a yard The tipper story is where a few Xpigeons might be Kept or to store ynvuy needful tools and fittings that all i i j i i i Ull Ml fTTTTTMTJI1 IMAX OK 1OlJTHV HOlSK ID door S Htulrs K roosts N nests w win dows O opening Into yard poultry buildings require The inside boards are lined with felt paper to keep out ooth cold winds and annoying It is always desirame to see Jverinm What all buildings are free from rats and mice for they as well as weasels and other vermin make the life of a then anything but comfortable and their numbers will grow beautifully W Bess in a very limited time iCaughey in Ohio Farmer 1 RAISE STRAWBERRIES lie Sure to Start is lied Thin Spring for the Children Hake One of Chicagos wealthiest men once called at nry home with his chil- Â¬ dren While we wore talking 1 sent the children out into the berry patch to help themselves The father and I stood where we could watch them You ought to have seen them put those great berries in their mouths They acted as though they never had such a treat before in all their lives The father seemed ashamed of their greediness but 1 just enjoyed It I en Â¬ joyed feeling that what was such a treat to those rich children was an Millions of everyday matter to us money isnt all that makes life worth living Again a farmer friend of ours has a pair of beautiful twin daughters They grow very few berries When the children were perhaps nearly two years old the father brought them to our house in berry time I got a two quart can of berries and put before them At first they hardly knew what to make of them but they soon found their way to their mouths The father was holding one on each arm They were grabbing up the berries by the handful with both hands and fairly stutllng them iuto their mouths and their faces were all daubed over with juice 1 would give fifty dollars for a good picture of that scene And 1 would give another fifty dollars if I could induce every father who has land to arrange so this could be a common scene at his home all through the berry season Oh make the chil drens lives as happy as possible and unless 3ou are much less of a child than the writer you will enjoy the ber ries almost as much as the little folk Set out the berries my good friends You wont buy them many great quantity And then the children young and old will take so much pleasure in watching the first berries ripen and Do grow straw seeing them grow berries at least Set out a large bed next spring two or three tquare rods for each member of the family If you have too many how nice to have some to give to your friends Select a good piece of land and draw some manure on it now The strip of land should be long and narrow for convenience in cultivating It isnt a great deal of work if rightly managed The piece we bet out last spring is about two rods by eight We expect fifteen to twenty bushels of berries lut they have been very well cared for Practical Farmer GRINDSTONE FRAME Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HOME HINTS AND HELPS Â¬ Â¬ A Simple Arrangement Which Sttccosuful ly Ireventa Wobbling BETTER THAN HUSKING lAperlciu ti Who has not been annoyed when grinding by the wobbling of the grind- Â¬ stone on its frame especially when the I have never treadle was in use found anything to equal the arrange ment shown in the cut Two heavy posts are set in the ground at least Â¬ One corngrowerof Tompkins county IN V announces that he is entirely nlone with the tedious process of husk ling corn and several neighbors will probably follow his example lie had Eleven acres of corn which when cut and well cured he hauled to the barn lour men ran it tnrough a threshing machine at the rate of about two acres on the barn floor shovelled over a few im Corn TliroiiRh u of a Farmer Who Kim Ills Thrslilnr Machine hour The shelled grain was thrown times during two or three weeks and then put in bins The machine carrier was lemoved the shredded stallts dropped on the lloor and were pitched into a mow Moth horses and eatMe now prefer this nicely prepared fodder Apparently there to the best hay be but one possible diihculty in the way of thus treating shock corn every year There might be a wet fall when ht would not cure well and the shred Hut this ded fodder be apt to mould could be obviated for at threshing time barns are usually empty and the fodder could be spread about in several places and perhaps some be stacked outside 15ut to save handling so much two teams should draw directly from the Held and pitch or throw by hand to the feeder A close estimate can be made of the amount of labor required per aero to cut put up haul and thresh corn by the new way One man and team will cut with a reaper and throw in gavels ten acres a day and four men will set it up in shocks Three men and two teams will draw the ten acres in half a day and I will allow live men to thresh it in the same time This makes nine days work but for good measure I will call it ten days work for ten acres just a day to the acre Now compare this with the tedious processes of cutting and husk ing by hand handling the grain and fodder many times and at last running the ears through a hand sheller ami it will be seen that about seventy five per cent of the labor is saved It may be said by fjoinu that this cannot be done with so little labor but the an swer is It has been done right here Dr tialen Wilson in New York Trib J tr three feet deep At the proper height they are sawed oil level and the grind- Â¬ stone bushings secured in place on top of them Another advantage offered by this frame is that it does not interfere with the grinder or his tools It should be well braced if the ground bo soft by placing stones or blocks of wood against the posts at tho top and bottom of the hole underground If a third post is set facing the grindstone and a bracket or narrow shelf attached to it the can to supply the stone with water may drip from it as shown II S Spaulding in Farm and Home Â¬ an egg Is used in this way one white will bo sulllclent to egg threo or four pies Cabbage Salad Yolks of two eggs well beaten one teaspoonful suit one of pepper two of sugar ono of mus Â¬ tard two of butter four tablespoon fuls vinegar cook over hot water stir constantly until it thickens This is sufficient for one quart chopped cab Â¬ bage pour over It while hot and mix thoroughly then form in a mound and serve cold Home Hoynl Pudding Soak n box of gelatine in a pint of cold water for an hour then stir into it three teacupfuls of boiling water in which tho grated rind of two oranges has been boiled ndd tho juice of four oranges a scant pint of granulated sugar and a tcuvmp ful of canned cherries drained and can died Pour all into a buttered mold nnd when hardened serve with boiled custard or white sauco N Y World Fried Corn Muffins One cup fine white meal one half teaspoon salt two tablespoon sugar one pint boiling milk two egK s one eighth yeast cake Hour to stiffen Mix tho meal salt nnd sugar Add gradually the boiling milk when cool add the yeast dissolved in a little water the eggs well beaten and Hour to make a stiff drop batter Rise over night Drop from a tablespoon into deep hot fat Chicago Herald Sago or Tapioca Soup One quarter cup sago one cup cold water one quart veal stock one cup hot cream two eggs yolks salt and pepper Soak the sago in cold water an hour then pour on one pint of boiling water and cook in a double boiler When tender stir it in- Â¬ to the hot venbstoek Let it simmer ten minutes add the seasoning and cream Heat the yolks of the eggs light and mix them with a cup of the boiling broth Turn into the tureen and stir briskly as you pour in the hot broth Hoston Hudgef Dried Apple Shortcake Make a good rich cake with butter and lard or rich sour cream have the dough as for any shortcake Roll it out half an inch in thickness then spread it over with butter fold it together and roll it to fit the tin in which yon will bake it After it is baked split it open where it was folded and place between a layer of dried apples which have been stewed as for sauce and seasoned with nutmeg and sweetened over this spread thick sweet cream and place the other half of tho crust over it Serve while hot Prairie Farmer Gateau of Veal Take a pound of cold roast veal and three quarters of a pound of cold boiled ham and cut both into small thin slices Putter the in Â¬ side of a rather deep pie dish and arÂ¬ range in it the meat put it in layers Hetween each layer put some very thin slices of hard boiled egg and season with salt pepper a squeeze of lemon juice pound mace and a sprinkling of finely chopped mushrooms Cover tho top of the meat with three or four folds of buttered paper and bake in a moderate oven for one hour When cold turn out and serve garnished with parsley and slice of onion Hoston Herald AMONG THE JEWELERS Â¬ Â¬ turn the wholo white of an egg over it allowing it to pass over every portion then turning it off When tho white of The best way to egfr pastry Is to WvftvfMw I B loRU of jVASVWAVX kl Â¬ iftHM tna Rasas injure tne iron ana Burn cm PoltoB rllllt04er TboKWnsSun 8ot eoasumerkpar lev Durable and the Terjr purefcaae W M tta er gUM packa with Enamels wftli m4 jftiata wnlels medicines A picture health tho woman who has faithfully used Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription She feels well atid rIio looks so Its a medicine that makes her well whether slios over- Â¬ worked and run down or afllicted with any of tho distressing diseases and disorders peculiar to her sex It builds up and it cures For all chronio weaknesses functional fcinalo comderangements and plaints of every kind its an unfailing remedy And its the only one among Â¬ Â¬ Kennedys Medical Discovery Takes hold in this order Drlvlnir everything be out Liver Kidneys Inside Skin Outside Skin that It before Bowels 1 i ought t for women antecd If it doesnt give thats guar satisfac- You Itnoiu whether you Â¬ tion in any case you have your money back Can anything else bo just as V good need it or not Sold by every drurceint and manufactured by DONALD KENNEDY MASS HOXIimiY ana curu Not all of them though ASTHMA CUKE Klveiorliuuiu reliaf enslly uedwhll a liquid and iuiiii plt iiolamiutT uisui riov KuniRiimru luiurp Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets are 4100 at itruKpitU niinii Jnrp rcriiiKi QU Aildrau or by wall 6 boiei pleasant both when theyre taken BUST 11 OO MILLEKTOrt N V NAMBTUISjrPtR4tUrTnl and when they act They cure permanently Sick nnd Nervous Headaches Biliousness Costiveness and Henil for lnreiitor Outdoor toOtitalnalatanl all derangements of the Liver Hond furllltftiUor PKMSION How JHMNTV LAWS and PATRICK OFARRELL WASHINGTON D 0 Stomach and Bowels wtMs tins rArciutirrtiMroucttu Theyre about as bad aa the ASTHMA CURED No disease mutter how long stAtulIng DR 1 HAMILTONS j Â¬ Â¬ Patents Pensions - A1 r queer Its aeverybody thing- Why use Pearlv X 4- - ib that wears things out soap and does no more harm And if she wants to know it there are millions of women who can tell her m Here and there though theres a woman whos been left behind The world has moved along without her What she needs to know is this that in washing clothes or cleaning house Pearline will save halt her work half her time and do away with the rub rub rub that it costs no more than common me doesnt 9 imitation WfKTi yy VV ft be honest CXjX f- - semi it bach Ps Pnldlers nnd some unscrupulous tiocers will tell you this is ns K01 ns samc a Iearlme r ITS FALSE Pearline is never peddled if your grocer semi you aa te 315 JAMKS PVhB New Vork Bum down balance in still smaller monthly payments We send it on approval to bo returned if unsatisfactory railway froights both ways at our expense Methods fair and easy to understand Wo take all the risks Write us PIANOS you EASYgotTERMS a piano for a small However far away live you can Ivers Pond Piano Co Masonic Temple 183 Trcmont St Boston W 4 Value of Manures Regarding the value of manures ex periments at Cornell demonstrated that cows when well fed and kept on water Â¬ tight floors voided manure valued at ten cents per day Horses voided in the stable manure to the value of four cents per day two fifths being voided in the fields Sheep kept on galvan Â¬ ized iron covering tho floor produced one and one half cents worth of ma nure daily and swine kept in the same manner as sheep produced manure valued at half a cent per day Much depends on the kind of food tempera Â¬ ture and other conditions Â¬ Â¬ Pretty TrlnliotH That Are Now the Fashion Cob webbing is used like a ribbon to tie up the hair Leather jewel boxes are luxuriously mounted with perforated silver orna Â¬ ment A spray of holly with coral berries is j one of the new contributions to the season A silver box for pli3ing cards is appropriately decorated by five cards and A good hand the inscription below Manicure files button hooks and pa Â¬ per knives have silver handles the sur AWRaRBMlRRRRRRRRRal RRRRa face of which are cross thatched rM jHPJHPPPPrrrrBrV Square ivory handles with incised RELIEVES nil Stomach Distress lines for ornaments are attached to the rtE MOVES Nausea Bcnso of Fullness new tea and coffee pots in some of the Covoestiom Pain silver services REVIVES Faiuno ENERGY Hread and cake dishes of silver are on RESTORES Kormnt Circulation and Warms to Tor Tirs low plain stands oblong in shapo slightly hollowed in the center witl OR HARTER MEDICINE CO St Loull M flaring ends and a broken edgc of orna- Â¬ ment Lorgnon sticks of perforated silver masquerade in tho shape of paper knives and opera glass holders take the forms of the eaduocan Mecurys em AW7ACTOV Some Very nfcrfaa lR 1 GOLD MBDAL PARIS 1370 KQBFMr JJAKElt COS Si Breakfast Cocoa from which Out cxcen of oil hunbtTU riluovdd Â¬ IIH Ill VRm No Clt em feeds uro used hi Iu preparation II lini invit Inut three timet tht ttrength of Cocoa mixed with Bturch Arrowroot or Sugar nnd U thcroforo far moro eco Â¬ nomical coithig leu tltnn on absnlutili pure and it is milittite Â¬ lilting rtrcngthcnltiK kahiit pioested and admlrnbly mlnptcd for Invalldt as well as for portions In tieullli Sold by Jrocor ererynbero eentnrup Jtltrtclcluiuiiuiir WBAKER C0 Dorchester Mass ENGINES sRwBrr TRACTION AND PORTABLE arRUMELYTis Wrlto for Illustrated Catalogue mulled Fro vm tr n Threshers and Horse Powers Â¬ blem Tin southern cow pea is used as a renovator of the soil and will grow on any soil rnd in any climate where corn flourishes but if the season is short it may not mature seed but will produce a very large amount of green manurial substance It flourishes on the poorest sandy soil It is clnimed that a crop of cow pease plowed under and limo une applied will fit tho land for clover KiAvoiMvn butter with the odor of The seeds are broadcasted over tho fresh flowers is one of the arts of the surface about six pecks being suili French ncasantrv 1 he nrocess is verv cient for an acre but It Is best to sow simple and consists of putting the lit- - the seed thickly tie prints winch have tirst been wrapped in a thin ciotn into a tight Phuxk the apple trees In winter norceluin dish on a bed of roses or Sawing off a few limbs is not prun- Â¬ whatever blossoms are chosen Among ing If tho trees have heavy hang Â¬ the flowers which give the most de ing branches shorten them back Cut sirable results are clover and nasturti away all dead wood wherever it may A - uuis be shrimp salad bowl is shaped likh an old and slightly battered tin pan with wavelike indentations over tho gilt interior and shapes of sea monsters dimly seen ns if through water I he latest service or the bowkuot Is the very last that might he expected A set of after dinner coffee cups of Royal Worcester uro hound with gilt ribbons tied in a bowknot at tho side 1 is a charming device ns well ns novel Each cup stands on a little gilt base Silver lace pins aro larger than ever and more artistic and novel iu design Natural leaf sprays tako the lead A couple of ivy leaves with tendrils luid across and a leaf bug bunches of cattails blades of wheat rose leaves leaves with fine feathery fronts sprigs of holly treated with some hug or creeping thing in Japanese styles are among them In designs simply novel are a riding whip with saddles and stirrups thrown across three camels anchors and tackle a crab net with a crab Jewelcrb Circular A 1 Â¬ Â¬ flramleit Illimlrateil WYREE GurdeoGulde cent a packet I 1 uri mt tii is r M RUMELYCO VLa 15 I UPORTEIND MiimSmP TYildRRm vSmc Free by mall to CimtonieM If raru or costly SEEDS- -livnnrat Ilratnf all KirNAMr THIS lAI HOOK It IlSliumwuy Iluukford R tlm Stiul ntonco for rtl 500010 nackcts ofextras to Jfi lbc permontE bynarmloM liorbtf re m ed I M NoitarainffiioincAnvatilAnA nml tin lisi1 itlTAMta UlclAilwMAtifllaMllal SVrJp9 w rJWUr mltfnimJiils Address De 1 it a nnxuKuaiov loner mx uooiru uiaa umesso XU II A r Ay vVt 4fV tt lrco 111 V MAXE IUIS MMS trrr Har4nn AND Dm wmrnm CANCER j Nixs iuis Mr imj nu knlfn h TTMOUS J0HE8 TON SCALES Beam Box Tare Beam 13 Kim HI rvuiik riilHtMlFHtifr Im in wnU MB b oruTiasY Hook CimED Khjck Iluclniutl Nouuis 1 O 60 OF BINGHAMTON H Y THt Curml Jn Nojiay till cured OPIUM to go tiny Habit LebanonOhio DR J STEPHENS jm IMorphlnn aMH I url Se UK HAD Mil K SCIIMCIITINO living at No Third Ave Now York City wroto tho following under dato of Dec -- Jth 1WJ1 Two weeks ago I was taken with sovcro pulua in my back bead chest and throat iu fact my wbolo body ached and I concluded It must bo tho grip I used two bottles of Dr Hulls Cough Syrup and found re-Â¬ lief tho third bottle cured me Two of my children wero taken the same way and two bot tles cured theau Dr UuUh Cough Syrup Ja worth iu weight la gold Â¬ Â¬ tub ami Consumptives and peoplo who have weak lungs or Astb masuoulduse Ileos Cure for Consumption It has thaasHside ft baa not Injur ea one is is bos usu 10 isiu Itlstua best oouga syrup Bold ererrwaera pEEKSmEEsp ANK YfMMM L BCUtlflMC rbrlwIUHd W trM eOHHIK tuvi rirxsttvT lAHUUrXiisllJ Lawsfor free crrti MytsnieitrlMicc Oettesstl SOSi WtskUflM W C I 0 1 P 1 18S3 u f r V fee In taMisa s4t WH1T1NU T Ums yesk M AVTKRTMUM A4i ertWt PtKA zz U tUa 1 a warm umjjMimt m JUHlmi WITH WOODEN KEYS A Cliy CHtUy Murderer Curves Out llio Menu to Freedom Manchester is the county scat of Clay county and In tho jail on the charge of He ki I led a man in u rdcr was Tip Day two months ago and after a long clinso was captured and put in jail Ho had many friends in the county and was him self a bold man willing to undertako any enterprise to effect his escape The jailer kept a close watch over him to prevent such a tliintr and it was ouly by shrewd work that tlio prisoner was successful Ho knew that if hecouldoncc get out Â¬ side there would be friends to help him and ho at once laid his plans After sev- Â¬ eral days work a heavy block of wood was cut from a bench in his cell and hiding a knife which was sent in with his dinner ho carved a rough key This was to open his cell door When the jailer was talking to him one day he noticed the size and shape of the key which opened the frontdoor and made another like it When the jailer awoke last Tuesday moruing ho found that some one had been an earlier riser than himself Days cell door was open So was the large front door There was an oaken key in each and this told how the prisoner had eseaed The county was thoroughly searched but nothing has yet been heard of him Thinking he might liavo come in this direction an officer was sent here with a description of Day Courier Â¬ Â¬ The Sport of State Senator I Mr Speaker I see Senator Patterson publication in the Capital that the from a separate conch bill has fallen into innoc Â¬ Hunker 2 ID1 Flora Wilkes pacer 2 10 j I saw tliK other day uous desuetude BERMUDA 5874 Tom Rogers 220 Ac WEST 54U where a House bill was in statu quo Yearling exhibition 21iW two yearc Id rec- First dam Sally Hamlet winner of two year Hay Stallion foaled May 1885 bred at old Hamlet stukesiu 187 bv Hamlet sire I thought that bad enough but now I ord 221X three year old record 22 M ivsuiniKi mrk of Loretta F218 A V Pantlind220h SIRED HY HAPPY MEDIUM 400 third heat four year old record 222 want to know what is the terrible condiTruro pacer 222 Lady M 223 Leon Si ifiNnJ5c Hnnks 209J Mn3B Cobb 213k five year old record 220 14 fourth heat tion into which the separate coach bill tine 2234 Hrookside Flora 229 and the hix vear old trial 217 Hhiek horse 15 I 20 Norman Medium has fallen dams or Thomless 218fvcloiie 223U 220 CIIlLcri fouled June 15 1883 llred at 220 Huzz Medium 220V that linud highPark Tpercieve Senator Mulligan rigadier 221 ranby22Ji Graceful 2 V and Hani Harry Medium 221 V Ashland the speech of the Senator from Taylor fcilhli 2221 lettu229 SIRED HY RANKER 4HL First Love 222 1 4 Ernes flings an imtendo at my committee I Own brother to Lysander sire of Lvsander Second dam Sal dam of Coaster 225 Cap Maltravers 222a Ac would say that the bill is at present in a tain Clay Driftwood and grandam of First dam Mamie West dam or Cinmnln Hov 220 f Watt224itf William Kearncv Marlowe pacer 211 by Canada Chief treiywirold record 23 Adeinc231 KI state of great decrepitude into which it 220 and Lvsnnder Chief 14 sire of dams of Governor 230 and Joe was thrown by a play in the other wine First Dam PattlePatchen trial 2Wgrandnm bv It1 Hank 237 trce years Hooker sire Maud Macev 217K Ac Jinn- tt cni 74 sire of Jewett214 of Chesnut Wllks 220 by Mumbriuo Char of this building put on by distinguished ley Friel 2t L4 Frank Champ 210 1 jj latehen sire of the dam of Guy Wilkes Third dam the dam of Sole that produced colored actors However the word has Clinrh W est 227 2 Rachel H 228K v by Imp Yorkshire sire of Hlanche 225 JilnWi Astral 2 18 Rosa Wilkes 218 gone forth that the committee will con- Â¬ also sire dams of MoIHe Wilkes 22i the dam of Ashland Chief sire of llluck Klvlra 218K Cleora 218 tf Hour 217 ii sider it at 3 oclock this afternoon At Allie ilkes 222 1 4 Raven 220 1 4 West Cloud217K and twenty nine others in thc2t0 list W ilkes 228 Ac tho same sitting the two cent passenger Second dam Mandy by Stanhopes Mood Fourth dam bv Woodpecker thoroughbred sire or Prince 227J ten miles in 2808 U Second dam Madam Headley dam of Miss Hawk sire of the dain of Alniout 2 1 7 i a fare bill which is deemed of much more Mabel winner two year old Kentuck The fee of Fayette Wilkes is within the and Alcy Wilkes 220 interest to the distinguished members of Rrceucrs Stake 1881 and Rapidan dam all than that Sena tots than the Coon bill will be Third dam Puttie by Downing Vermont reach or equaland lower Kentucky of any the of Lockhart 214W by Stanhopes Edwin Seasoii merit in sire of the dam of Enigma 221 Mambrino horse of considered The committee hope to sub Forrest Ml sire or Harry Stanhope 231 100 or 200 TO INSURE Bruce 24K sire of Kit Currv 218 mit both bills to the disposition of the sou or Edwin Forrest 49 sire or Hillv Hos Hell Wilson 22a Gills Vermont sire of kins 225 4 Champagne 230 and the almost divine wisdom of the Senate toHomier Hov 223 and sire of the dams of morrow morning AH So Col Hradshaw 220 tf Ncllv Abel 224 in 1mVtSof -- 17 4 219 of Loudon WEST CLOUD 5195 Mambrino Dudley j 0i L 22K Gambetta 220 The King 2291 The explanation Senator Patterson Out of the dam of Hlack Cloud 217K his Outlaw 22K Pearl 230 not to say the apology is accepted Third dam Mrs Stanhope bv Mambrino sire out of the dam of Wilson 2151 Fourth dam Jessie bv Thomas Jefferson Frankfort cor Courier Journal Chief 1 sire of Lady Thorn 21 SK Wood Hay horse foaled March 31 1881 Hied at He is a beautiful black with right hind ASHLAND PARK STALLIONS FOR 1892 HAPPY Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ - oldc 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 CoHMiimptloti Cured Journal Catarrh Cant lie Cured local applications as thov cannot With reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease and in order to cure it you have to take internal remedies Hairs Catarrh Cure is taken internally and nct directly on the blood and mucous iuf cs Halls Catarrh Cure is no quaoK medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription It is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surinces The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what pro duces such wonderful results in curing catarrh Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75 cents Â¬ Â¬ w On m Tlio Htorm In Texan m h w hi Mans InooniiUtenoliH I have just recovered from a second A man will wade through two feet of attack of the grip this year says Mr J snow to go to u dog fight but six inches O Jones publisberof the Leader Mexia of the fleecy element will keep him away Texas In the latter case I used Cham- Â¬ from church berlains Couh Remedy and I think with A man will get up at 4 oclock in the considerable success only being in bed morning to go fishing but will calmly a little over two days against ten days allow his better half to build the fire befor the first attack Tho second attack I fore he does so nm satisfied would have been equally as A man will spond half a day reading bad as the first but for the use of this the latest Fronch novel but let his wife remedy as I had to go to bed in about request him to read a chapter from the six hours after being struck with it Bible to the children and immediately while in the first case I was able to attend his eyes become unfit for use to business nlxiut two days before getting A man will tramp the hills and vale down 50 cent bottles for sale by from daybreak to sundown in search of Koso fc Jones the wily rabbit and consider it exhilera ting exercise but he kicks like a new A Strange Freak shotgun when his wife asks him to take Mr G W Williams relates says the baby out walking on Sunday afternoon Lebanon Enterprise that one night re- Â¬ cently a marc which he purchased at a Thero is no danger from whooping utifTpricesume timesiuce gave birth both cough when Chamberlains Cough Reme to horse and a mulo colt The latter was dy is freely given It liquifies the tough only two feet seven inches in height but tenacious mucus and aids in its expecto h living and sprightly The horse colt tation It also lessens the severity and died This is the smallest living mule we frequency of the paroxysms of coughing have heard of and as good mules are and insures a speedy recovery There is worth voy little Mr Williams is not not the least danger in giving it to chiloverjoyed at his luck The maro was dren or babies as it contains no injurious bred first to a jack but Mr Spalding substance 50 cent bottles for sale by tho man from whom Mr Williams pur Rose Jones chased her told him she had never had Moonshiners Shot Down a mulo colt and on his advice she was Leslie county Sunday Sheriff Lewis In bred to a stallion For his two service fees Mr Williams now has a mule tho and Deputy E D Burkhart attempted to size of a jack rabbit arrest Henry and Frank Brown wno had been selling moonshine whisky and run Â¬ Messrs Cage Sherman of Alexander ning a notorious dive the resort of a lot Texas writes us regarding a remarkable of desperate outlaws When the officers euro of rheumatism thero as follows attempted tho arrest of tho two men Tho wife of Mr Wm Pruitt tho post they were received with a volley from a master here had been bed ridden with couple of Winchesters TheSlieriiVwns rheumatism for several years Sho could slightly wounded by a ball which grazed get nothing to do her any good We sold his scalp The officers returned the firo her a bottlo of Chamberlains Pain Halm with telling effect however and both of and sho was completely cured by its use tho Brown boys were woinided Frank Wo refer any ono to her to verify this Brown was tho first to tall Ho was shot 50 cent bottles for sale by twice and was perhaps fatally wounded statement His brother turned to run when he saw Itoae Jones his brothor fall but was brought down by A Scrap of Kentucky History a bullet from the Sherifls revolver Contrary to the generally accepted which broke his leg claim of Harrodsburg that the first houso A inarauteeil llumedy ever built in Kentucky was built in that Megrimine tho only permanent cure town in 1776 it is shown Mint Dr Thos Walker built tho first on tho Cumberland for all forms of headache and neuralgia relieves the pain in from 15 to JO min- Â¬ river in 1750 utes Fur sale on positive guarantee at Cos and buy The Herald office or sent postpaid by Go to hTf Pieratt tho wire nail at 5c por lb If not satis- - mail on receipt of price 50 cents a box factory when tried money refunded Co 11 F Pjeiutt Job printing cheap at this office Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the morning of the lGtliinst nhur ricane struck Texas culminating in a storm of sleet and snow and ice and a great calamity perhaps to the entire State During the night the fierce north wind brought heavy ruinfalls at frequent intervals and at daylight the thermom- Â¬ eter was not below 40 Every one took hope and supposed nothing would be hurt but in a few hours the wind changed to northeast and brought the worst fall of sleet known in many years The ground and house tops were white with it Telegraph wires and limbs of trees hung with icicles Fruit trees yes terday covered with full blooms to day are in an Arctic embrace of ice It is a great calamity to Texas All had tho brightest hope that the winter had passed and gone but at this moment fruit and all other crops outof the ground seem hopelessly doomed It may not be so bad lor if the blizzard is followed by rain something may come out of the blizzard after all Tbero is hardly a gleam of hope however that anything will es cape Â¬ Ax old physician retired from practice having had placed in his hands by an East India missionary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and permanent cure of Consumption Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all Throat and Lung Affections also a posi- Â¬ tive and radical cure for Nervous Debil- Â¬ ity and all Nervous Complaints after having tested its wonderful curative pow Â¬ ers in thousands of cases has felt it his duty to make it known to his suffering fellows Actuated by this motive and a desire to relievo human suffering I will send free of charge to all who desire it this recipe in German French or Eng- Â¬ lish with full directions for preparing and using Sent by mail by addressing with stamp naming this paper W A Noyes S20 Powers Block Rochester N Y 4yl HIM Nye Advertises HI Cow Owing to ill health I will sell at my residence in township 19 range 18 west according to government survey one plush raspberry colored cow eight years of age She is a good milkstcr anil not afraid of the cars or anything else She is of undaunted courage ana gives milk frequently To n man that does not fear death in any form she would be a great boon She is very much attached to her home at present by means of a stay chain but she will be sold to any one who will agree to use her right She is one fourth short horn and three fourths hyena I will also throw in a double barreled shot gun which goes with her In May she generally goes away for a week somewhere and returns with a tall red calf wfth wobbly legs Her name is Rose and I prefer to sell her to a non resident Â¬ ankle white stands hand high and perfect horse all over having both bone and substance combined with the form and finish characteristic of the cross he so well represents viz llamblctoniau sire and Mambrino Patched dam This cross stands as the very best because public performances have de monstrated its value Of its many repre sentatives not one is the superior of Bermu da for not one has demonstrate the same ability to train on from year to year begin ning with the vearling form None are better bred or better looking As a sire his success is assured us out of eight his first crop two entered the list last vear as two vear olds namely Bermuda Hoy 22U half mile track and Rosemary 22K Bermuda Hoy being one of the largrst win ning two vearolds of 1891 his first units being foaled in 1889 Judged at this ace no stallion ever sired more uniform natural He gaited colts with speed unprecedented will stand for mares season of 1892 at 200 TO INSURE the money to be paid as fob 100 at the time of service and the lows other 100 when the mare proves in foal being limited to thirty outside mares Parlies wishing to breed to him had better book their mares carlv Uj is a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FAYETTE WILKES 203G Â¬ SHIED HY GEORGE WILKES 222 Sire of Harry Wilkes 213- - Guv Wilkes Mike Wilkes pacer 214 So so 21714 Wilcox 21 Wilson pacer 2li 210 Kosa Wilkes 218K Wilton 2l9t Joe Exhibition trial Oct 9 1SSU 223 j Hay horse In hands 3 inches high foaled May 3 1878 The handsomest son of his great sire and the handsomest of any trotting bred in the United States Asiilaud Park SIRED HY AHDALLAH WEST MM Sire of Wilkin 227 First dam the dam of Hlack Cloud 217 f bv Pilot Walker paeer Second dam the Cluke Pacing Mare Notk Abdallah West 2V3 by Allie West first dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson 2 15 i by Clark Chief second dam Ohio by American Clay third dam brought from Ohio and represented to be bv Hrowus Hellfounder Abdallah West died at six years old He was the most promising colt I everbred West Cloud is a rich mahogany bay 1 hands 2 inches with black mane and tail and black legs extending above knees and hocks He is a powerfully built horie for his height and has the uuxt finished set of reet and legs it is possible to get on a horse orany breed As a two year old he gave evidence of being possessed of remarkable speed as with little handling he trotted a half mile in 118 l i and miles in his work in 249 ls At three years old he wa not trained owing to a very severe attack of pink eye He also did no work on Uje track as a four vear old As a five year ore he was jogged and trained lightly more for the pur pose of ascertaining if he was entirely re covered than with a view ot testing his speed In a few mouths he trotted a full mile in 238 and half in 11 The season 1890 he served a few mares of mv own and was not put to work until September and his improvement was most remarkable He repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and I am fully convinced he will with a seasons training trot in 2 20 I will let him serve twenty mares season of 1892 outside of ten of my own at i0 INSURANCE Money due when mare proves to be in foal Â¬ Â¬ ford Mambrino 221 J and four others His sons sired London 220J4 Pancoast ers 2213 Director 217 sire of Direct pacing 2 05 Margaret S 212Ja v and 21 others in the 30 list Fourth dam by Hunts Commodore sire of dam of Commodore Heluiont sire of Carrie Hclle 223 j Doncaster 228 1 4 Gera nium 2 2S3 Ac and Mambruiiellosire of Sadie Howe 225 Tom Hntton 22rt Ac Filth dam by Copperbottom grandsire of dam of Rosalind 221 W and Donald 227 Notk Happy West is a rich mahoganv bay 1J hands 2 iieho high and a horse of elegant style with as good action as anv sou Happy Medium ever sired as at two years old he could trot in 240 and would have trotted in 230 at three years old had it not been for an accident on the cars b which one or his hind legs was injure causing him to have to be thrown out of training In this horse I have the utmost confidence as a great sire being by Happy Medium one ot the most noted of the sonx of Hambletouiau and out of a daughter of the great Allie West the second dam is the dam of Miss Mabel and Rapidan who is her nrt colt produced Lockhart with a record of 214J It is my intention to stand Happv West the scnon ot 1892 at 50 INSFRANCl thus allording an opportunity to farmers and breeders to secure the services of oneof th grcatest speed producing representatives in the country at a nominal price as he will br limited to 30 mares Parties wishing to breed to him should apply early Xo other son of the great Happy Medium out or a good a dam stands at sucli a low figure but I am determined to let the public test his merits as a sire believing in the near future he will be among the best in the countrv 4 1 217 218 Hh daughters produced Piedmont 1 4 sire of Patron 214 t 4 and 79 oth Â¬ Â¬ riKftfiltl1ilSlS a a a a a a a a aa a a a I breed sound Mares bred by the season not proving in foal have the usual privileges of return highly finUhed trotters and have for sale high bred colts and hHjc out of producing dams by a greater number of prominent ircs than any farm in the land For sale at prices based on actual individual merit I wish to farmor breed on the shares twentv approved marcs For further infer- - B J TREACY Do Ashland Park Farm Lexington Ky aaaaaaaa vOV ChninberlnlunH Kye anil Skin Ointment A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eves Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Did Chronic Sores Fever Sores Eczema Itch Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of cases have been cured by it after all other treatment had failed It is put up in 25 and 50 cent boxes For sale by Rose Swango octJyl aa a a a jz a a a mm aae eaa a a a jaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa a mm 4 aa a a aa a siness With a Home Institution THE CLAY CITY 51 KENTUCKY i a Wttfottg M CENTRAL RAILWAY fo ItlUK ft 11 ASS KOUTK aa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa a a a a a a a a a aaaaaaa aa aa 111 aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa a a a a M National banK CLAY CITY KY SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO A Executed at this office in the highest style of the art and at satisfactory prices NORTH EAST WEST envelopes sale bills Ac Work FLOYD DAY Xoteheads AND SOUTHWEST FHAXK H UrSKIL Cashier President promptly done and nothing hut the best FAST LINE HETWEEN LEXING Â¬ Xo Hank in Eastern Kentucky has better material used Send for estimate TON AND CINCINNATI vaults nor better facilities for keeping your account Managed entirely by home people HsjrilIM v iv LI HCT H STAMPER mMlSM who know von and who are alwavs ready to Xo accommodate you AT Xo 5 Aeeoiu Money to loan on reasonable rate K Xo 1 Daily Call on us SoiTH HotNl CAMPTOX KY KxSiiii Fst Capital 8o0CMM II lO I NTS A ATTORNEY LAW 5 Offers his professional services to the citi zens of Wolfe anil adjoining counties Will Â¬ w o make collections and remittances promptly OOD DAY I A 11 OOP F DAY T CLARENDON THE Cor Limestone and Short sts Lkxixutox Ky W H BOSWELL PnoiiuKTon Kxpres Le I Covington iiicinuali Paris Lexington counties and Superior Court and Court of Appeals Office over Kxchange Hank Maysville St Mt Sterling Ky Practice in Montgomery Powell Menifee Wolfe Breathitt Kowau MngotHn and Morgan -- ATTORNEYS AT LAW There has been added an Annex with 20 Street Cars large well ventilated rooms Located pass the door every five minutes within two squares of depot Winchester I Ki7l9Te Ar 00 pin 2 oipm S 08 pm 8 nvjpm 10pm Ar 11 KSam 10 23 pm 12 lOnn 11 00 pm 7 00pm Le It a in 18am 11 12 1 am li Hichmond Livingston Corbin lOnn 4 oil pm 7 7 I l 1 0i pin pin ipm 20 pm oOpm pin 7 7 1ipni 0jpin oopm REAR MT BIGSTAFF HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Normal and Preparatory School MONDAY NOVEMBER 15 1891 1892 i Middlesborough i umoenniiu upj Corbin Le Williamsburg Ar lellieo Richmond Lc r irpiu tripm lOpm ATTORNEYS AT LAW STFHLIXO KY Practice in the courts of Montgomery and adjoining counties and in the Court of Ap peals and Federal Courts TTVR Lancaster Stanford X Xoinrn HorND I i 20 pm Â¬ ISill Xo 2 Daily Kx press Xo 1 wany 7 Xo i Daily Kx Sun J A TAULBEE Physician and Surgeon Hazel Green Wolfe County KENTUCKY nlF Laws TKACHER5 COIMWK Ar - brmcheR required in the Common Schools fr lc n siiiii1tv Iluilf ICllICO nnil lrnli il imusburg drills for Teachers Ar BUSINESS COlMtSK embraces the Tea- - I ehers Course Hook Keeping Bushies CuinhM dap lc Forms and Transactions and Commercial Middlcsimrough jI ijj embraces all the uincaster Stanford Lei i mi am oUamj 10 8 8 ti j lniiul 0t a ml - JKImiiii1 Clam ti lani DAY HOUSE Mas LOU Winchester This house has been recently refitted and Our rates are less than anv school in Eastern refurnished and the table is at all times sup Kentucky Pates of Tuition per Month Lexington plied with the best in the market Hates ParW reasonable Sample room attached ami spe Covington cial rates to commercial men Patronage is flPayable one hair on entering School Cincinnati alily respectfully solicited the olherat middle or term Â¬ llvvi Gkkkx DAY Proprietress Ky k no lis 1 1 cor Its K prepares lor Ken tuckv University and Collegers or that elav ANCIENT AMODKKN LAXCTAUES Corliln Livingston Livingston Richmond r Let Le ti M II flam 17 1 2ami mi m Sam Ar Le Ciain12ll pm Imiiii 2 27 pm oOiiiii 2 no pin rani 2 iw pm t u 7 7 7 11 ami 1 tipiii I I Â¬ IOO 150 and 200 UOAKDIXd 45 pm 2r pm r 10 Via in j Ar 00am 15 pin 0 117 pin pm 0 4i pm x O Th ere will be no more trouble about too high board the cost of board and lodg Livery Feed and Sale Stable ing will be onlv 200 1TK WEEK EVKKY- e can iiidiiiiiiiiiiu T1IINO KMsiirli HAZEL GREEN KY sixtv bouders in our new building new furniture and good fare The teachers live in Doublo and Single the Academy Home and have the immediate ltigs and Saddle Horses charge of the boarders D S Combs is the for hire Parties convey caterer no better can be found ed to anv noint on reason- it Jiuie terms ii kk Hazel Green is the prettiest town in East will also attend to all calls for auc ern Kentucky free from many of ills ot fc tioneering ami solicit business of this kind railway towns and those of more popula Respectfully ivc tion no saloons or harbors of temptation JOHN 1 1 PI EH AIT The people welcome strangers and lathi enees for good are thrown around them c5l Tho imtlv celebrated All boarders will be under the supervision Sf i5u fiS Perry ian steel pens of the teachers Send for catalogues etc WM H CORD arc sold at this office at 10 cents a dozen I J H PIERATT X- S I n ir Â¬ ivtiJS Â¬ C P Atmoiu It Knott Jen Pass Agt Traffic Mummer tiencral Olliees Louisville Ky S F H Mouse Asst Sen Pas Agt Office Chamber of Commerce Huilding Cincinnati Ohio Dallv to all points except Rowland Xo Division which is daily except Sunday No 2 Huns daily except Sunday from Lexington to Cincinnati Huns dallv Xo No I Huns dailv from all stations ex cept the Rowland Division which is daily 1 1 Â¬ irl Â¬ except Sunday ingtou No No il I 1 Â¬ Daily except Sunday Daily between Cincinnati and Lex 5 m I3 S make connections nt A in and Nos M Chester for points oil the N X Xo I Carries through cars from Clneln nati to Middlesborough and Cumberland 5np mul all intermediate stations aud rum daily and the beat pencil in town at Go apiece MuyS 1891 PRINCIPAL