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SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor xlAZEL RIGIITIE YEAH CTCTSC3V2vCVOTfi5i GKEAT FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR vjtIvEEIS ICY BERRY TURNER IN JAIL Of a Noisy World With Nows From All Nations Lumbring HeralK at His Back 100 A YEAR Always In Advance HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY FRIDAY APRIL Tli 1 1892 NUMBER 2 NO PAY NO MWWWWWWWKtWW We Mourn Hie Loss of Profits JUDICIAL DISTRICTS Lint as Completed by tliu Coiunilttoo on KovIhIoii SALE CLOTHING We are going to iwke tome improvements in our store room after January 1st The contract is signed and sealed with the contractors consequently we are compelled to sell our stock or pack it awav We pre- Â¬ fer selling it at a sacrifice mm Every suit of Clothes every Overcoat every Pair of Pants marked in plain figures We will just split them in half This means f0 cents on the dollar The cheapest sale of fine ready made Clothing in Kentucky Our business is not conducted by fakes and guessing schemes The man thats selling watch chains on the street corner for 1 throwing in a watch just to show his generosity needs watching Bunco Steerers Razzle Dazzle tricksters and green goods sharps nlwavs promise great returns from small investments In- Â¬ telligent minds are on to the racket and take no stock in such Tis value they want huinbuggery mm Bfil 100 CENTS WORTH OF GOODS F0R 100 CENTS Is what we give the people IN CASH But at this sale OH THE DOLLAR 100 CENTS WORTH AT 50 CENTS Every article in our establishment is ticketed at the lowest price possible The stamp of durability is on every garment If vou have not dealt with us ask your neighbor who has We invite you to our store feeling assured that you will be pleased with our garments and satisfied with the matchless values we offer I L HOST 11 QCABT1TT G STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS KENTUCKY The Mint Important Capture In tlw Crlni hint Hi cord of tlio Statu Berry Turner the noted lender of the Turner faction in the Pnrton Turner feud captured nt Whito Oak Tenn on a was 21st tilt by Sheriff Colson and posse the of Bell county and lodged in the Pine villc jail ED Turner has had n memorable career Beginning with the killing of Watt Lewis he has killed seven men ten years ft andbeen ago lending spirit of the Turthe ners in nil their engagements Sheriff John Colson of Bell county as brave a man ns ever hunted a criminal or sighted a gun learned that Berry Turner was in hiding in the mountains on White Oak Creek across the Tennessee line a distance of 2f miles from Middlesbor IB ough He at once summoned four of his trusted deputies and 3 started for the scene tney immediately In the terrible snow and cold they traveled nil Saturday night and Sunday about noon they arrived in the neighborhood where Turner was supposed to be A consultation of 9 war was held and the Sheriff then threw out his men as scouts and a close recon noiter was made Through snow and brush they went until finally the game was scented and the officers auain came together It was ascertained that the outlaw was hiding in the cabin of a party by the name of Chadwell who is in some way related to him The officers nt once surrounded the cahin got into hiding and nwaited level Scnrcely lin hour had passed opments when Berry Turner the long sought man the much looked for Berry issued Whither he was going from the cabin no one knew but it wns evident he was oil for n jaunt for he was armed to the teeth He had not proceeded fnr from the cabin when the Sheriff and his four deputies rose up from the bushes and five Winchesters were leveled at Turner nt short range The outlaw came to a halt and his Winchester flew to his shoulder in an in- Â¬ stant It was aimed squarely nt Sherifl Colson but instead of flinching he held his bead on Turner and called to him to look about him that he was completely surrounded and a single move meant death Turner did look around and then lowered hia gun and culled for n parley which was granted The Sheriff finally persuaded the out Â¬ law that resistance was vnin und he laid aside his arms und surrendered Sheriff Colson his deputies nnd Berry Turner arrived in Middlesborough the following evening Turner is in excellent spirits talked pleasantly on general matters but refused to say anything about his move ments his crimes or their consequences There is SG00 in the capture for Sheriff Colson 300 offered by the Governor of Kentucky and 300 by the Governor of Tennessee Â¬ PAPER - i Â¬ Â¬ ami your renewal is earnestly solicited or Carlisle Second McCruckcn Marshall nnd Bal- if you wish to discontinue scud balance due us at tliu rale of a month ALL un Â¬ lard paid subscriptions will be dropped from our Third Christian Trigg Calloway and books AriliL 8 and the accounts be placed Lyon in an otliccrs hands for collection Fourth Hopkins Caldwell CrittenThanking you for past nntronngc and so liciting your continued good will I am den and Livingston llcsiicctfullv yours Fifth Webster Union and Hender Â¬ SIUNCKIt COOPER son Sixth Daviess McLean and Ohio MILLS ELECTED Seventh Logan Todd Simpson and Muhlcnburg Tlio TarlR Koformor llccotneii a Senator Eighth Warren Butler Edmondson from Tftxas and Allen Roger Q Mills wns elected to the Sen Â¬ Ninth Hart Barren Mttcalfe nnd ate by tho Legislature of Texas on tho Wayne 22d ult in place of Hosen Chilton wdio Tenth Hancock Breckenridge Gray was appointed by Gov Hogg to fill tho son Meade trid Hardin vacancy caused by the resignation of J Eleventh Taylor Marion Washing H Reagan Mills recived 120 votes on ton Nelson Larue and Bullitt the first ballot his election being practi- Â¬ Iwelfth Spencer Shelby Anderson cally unanimous Chilton withdrew from Henry Oldham and Trimble the contest in a note addressed to a ChairThirteenth Mercer Lincoln Garrard man of n caucus of his friends Ho snid and Boyle that while he preferred to fight tho battlo Fourteenth Boone Carroll Gnllntin out to its logical conclusion ho realized Grunt und Owen that his election was impossible under Fifteenth Kenton the circumstances and rather than in- Â¬ Sixteenth Casey Adair Cumberland volve his friends who while preferring Monroe Clinton ami Russell him hud been instructed by their con- Â¬ Seventeenth Franklin Bouibjn nnd stituents to voto for Mills he would with- Â¬ Scott draw Tho outcomo of this contest Eighteenth Fnvettennd Woodford which had been conceded to be in Mills Nineteenth Pulnski Wayne Whitley favor for weeks past has been watched nnd Rockcastle with unusual interest on nccount of tho Twentieth Campbell peculiar condition of State politics in Twenty first Pendleton Bath Harri the Democratic party Mills election is son Robertson and Nicholas regarded as n triumph for tho tariff re Â¬ Twenty second Lewis Greenup Ma form element over tlio free coinage peo Â¬ son uracken and Fleming ple and is taken us n rebuko to Railway Twenty third Montgomery Mencfee Commissioner Reagan who recently jourMorgan Magoffin und Rowan neyed to El Paso and mado a strong free Twenty fourth Madison Clark Pow- Â¬ silver speech before tho Silver Conven- Â¬ ell and Stssamine tion Twenty fifth Knott Wolfe Breath- Â¬ Political Opinions itt Lee Perry and Estill Mr McMillin directs attention once Twenty Sixth Letcher Harlan and inoro to tho fact thnt tho protective Bell Twenty Seventh Leslie Laurel Clay tnrifT bus nt Inst become avowedly pro- Â¬ hibitive a system of fines levied against Knox Jackson and Owsley Twenty eighth Carter Elliott Boyd import trade Ten years ago tho most radical Republican would have resented and Lawrence Twenty ninth Johnson Pike Floyd the charge of believing that taxes should be levied to shut out trade Now wo and Martin The Committee- will meet one day this have a law which makes it offensive to week for the purpose of fixing the time try to import into this country wealth manufactured abroad St Louis Hepub of holding courts in each district Â¬ The Joint Committee on Judicial Re districting has completed the work of redisricting the State The districts have been so gerrymandered that only four will be surely Bepublican though the Republicans will have a fighting chance in two or three other districts Here they nre First Graves Fulton Hickman nnd To meet our expenses wo must insist on collecting all subscriptions in advance Your Subscription Expire 180 8c Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - ic g0 LEXINGTON K5SiWSXVKK BEST 11 QC1L1TT frVea TABLERSDII C BUCKEYEJjLC WORMS WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEFD rrtptr4l OINTMENT CURES KOTHIHB BUT PILES FOR 20 YEARS SOLl EVERYWHEREBTLOCIB HICIURB803T4YLOR MRD CO and CERTAIN CURE known for 18 years as the BEST REMEDY FOR Tnptfl bj KtCUmP80ltTATtOH PILES 6TLGUS A 8UKC MKD CO Seeing is Believing And a good lamp mfiitt 1 1 1 1 1 when it is not simple it is a t m must be simple Shllfth Rsnutifiil IsinJ Vica not POod words mean much hut tn c rrh RnriiAcrM will impress the truth more forcibly All metal tough and seamless and made in three pieces only it is absolutely safeaxn unbreakable Like Aladdins Of Old it is indeed a wnnr1rfnl limn far ic mo VelOUS light IS nurer ind hrifrhtor thnn rric yru softer than electric licht and more cheerful than either and is regarded by those who know him best as one of the brightest young men jn Bluegrass Kentucky He regnnls the interests of th Bluegrass and the moun tain counties of the Tenth district ns identicnl Clark and Montgomery must find their market in the mountains while their timber nnd coal must come from Judge Lisle our forests und mines pledges himself to labor for the estab lishment of a Federnl Court nt Jackson an economic measure both fmthcgovcrn- ment and for the people of luistern Ken Â¬ tucky Ho believes that proper effort will secure it If he should be honored with the position he seeks ho will we be- Â¬ lieve make a working member and will do all in his power foriiis district Jack Â¬ son Hustler 2oth tilt Â¬ Â¬ Judge Itnle In Jacknnn Judge M C Lisle of Winchester was in Jackson Monday and Tuesday ming- Â¬ ling with Democrats and presenting his claims for the nomination to succeed the His announce late Hon J W Kendall ment in another column will introduce him to the readers of this paper He is the present County Judge of Clark conn ty is about 35 years of age a lawyer by profession and formerly editor and proprietor of the Winchester Democrat Judge Lisle is a man of pleasing uddres agreeable manners und fine personal ap pearance lie ranks nigh as an attorney KICKED TO DEATH iSrfIT5rrLmiiyoM Li ianp Prew your choice of over 21000 luxmp Stott in the Uotld HOCIIESTKH LAMP CO 42 Park Place New Verlt CItv l1 8ylc y a want nciid to in for our new illustrated catalogue gg aSmUM The Rochester opsEmvo AT THE - JEnglfsh Kitchen Short Street No 12 W Lexington Ky Regular Mealfl 25 Cents Meals to Order nt All Hours Breakfast from 5 a it to 9 a m Dinner from 10 a m to 3 i m Supper from r j m to 0 p m Oys ters Lamb Fried Fish Chicken and Quails a specialty Open from 5 a m to 12 M Voung Man Nnined Arnett of Knlyera vllle tho Victim On the 20th ult near Glenwood Ky Rev C R Denn was holding services at the Hazlot Church in Boyd county when several young men came to tlo meeting in an intoxicated condition and in the midst of the sermon a free fight began and immediately tho congregation was dismissed A young man of the name of Arnett whoso homo is at Salyersville Magoffin county was kicked in the side and breast which caused death three dnys Inter Young Arnett had been working in the neighborhood for somo time and was re- Â¬ garded ns n man with a bright future but was pretty wild when under the influ- Â¬ ence of liquor A brother of the deÂ¬ ceased started homo with the remains a distance of 80 miles soon after his death All the parties implicated in the sad af- Â¬ fair belong to respectable families and for this reason there have been no arrests made as yet A CUS LUICART Proprietor To promote digestion and for uto as a stomachic after tho midday meal Ayers Cathartic Pills have no equal GOVERNORS SALARY The Atlanta Constitution congratulates country thnt Europe is viewing Da- Â¬ A rnpoHltinn to Ilnlxii It To Nix ThoiiNaad the vid B Hill with alarm We had not is pushing his noticed unv symptoms of terror on this Mr Pettit of Daviess reforms with vigor and if he fails to ac- nccount Possibly the Constitution has complish something it will not be on ac confused Mr Hill of New York withÂ¬ Mr count of a lack of energy He offered a tinel Bill of Gormuny Indianapolis Senon the 22d ult which he thinks is bill one of the most importantof the session It wns Clevelnnds reform mensurcs and about which much has been said und his sturdy courngo nnd honesty that since the debate on tho proposition look wrought the change in tho northwest nnd ing in that direction in the Constitutional the New England States and tho Demo- Â¬ His bill proposes to abolish cratic party may depend Uoii them in Convention tho law furnishing the Governor a man 1892 with Cleveland ns tho nominee for sion and his incidentals us now provided President But if he shall not bo if thof and to increase his snlary to b000 The party managers shall turn him down Governor of course cannot take time to against tho protests of millions of men personally supervise the purchase of all who have learned to trust tho man us incidentals and tho result has been it is they have trusted no other sinco Abraham said that incidentals at the mansion Lincoln this now force will return to and in other departments havo been sim tho Republican party and take with it ply enormous nnd that unreliable parties tho so called Northern pivotal States supplying tho State havo enjoyed rich Knnsns City Star bounties Tho bill introduced Mr Pettit thinks will cure the evil Tho two local Democrats who went ns emissaries to Washington to sec Mr Hill Loose Ioh In Knnturky Stroiim wero asked to sanction the publication of A number of logmen opposed to the their names but without nvail They Revisory Commissions bill now before wero fearful lest they Bo charged with tho Committee on Ways and Means breach of faith in letting the cat out of which provides that logs shall not bo tho bag too soon The gist of Mr Hills floated loose down tho streams of Ken words said one of the gentlemen wns tucky has gone before tho committee that ho wns very ambitious to bo PresiThose present were H C Sherman and dent but ho was afraid that lie would be Mr Buckwaltor of Rowan county J defeated nt tho polls Ho discussed tho M Thomas of Paris and Messrs Jones situation quite frankly and admitted his nndMcCrackenof Williamsburg Judgo own weakness beforo the people Did Buekucr of Winchester was their spokes ho express any preference ns among can Â¬ man Ho nrgucd tiint tlio law would didates You can say was asked prove n serious detriment to tho lumber said the ambassador and say it safely interests of Eastern Kentucky where that next to himself Mr Hill desires to the streams were so smalt that rafts could seo tho nomination go to John M Palmer not bo floated in them Before passing of Illinois Detroit Mich Tribune the bill they will hear arguments from logmen who favor tho Inw requiring nil Unjust Taxation logs floated in the river to bo rafted Tho bill which it is proposed by Mr Mr Hobls to havo presented to tho Gen Â¬ How Kentucky Will Vito eral Assembly for its approval is as fol- Â¬ The Kentuckydelcgntion with the ex- Â¬ lows says the Frankfort Capital ception of tho Repubiicnii member Mr the people of Wilson will voto solidly for tho Bland An Act to relieve unjust taxation this Com from Until recently there monwealthThe people of Kentucky have Coinage bill Free Whereas was somo doubt us to how two of tho del been unjustly taxed to pay the members uf cgation would vote as they were reticent the General Assembly and oilier officials of on tho subject They havo however this CoinuionwoAlth thouitauds of dollars sinco tho debate begun announced that for services which they had wilfully tie- use the they would support tho bill Sevcrul sleeted to perform thev choosing topersona would much prefer peoples time In attending to their of tho delegation business therefore having tho question postponed n It iiinntid liv tlm fleiiMrul AaMimblv nt the Commonwealth of Kentucky 1fhat A bill to prevent agents from other no ofliclHl or this Ktate shall receive auy pay States from writing insurance in Ken Â¬ while absent from bis post of duty for any reason than the tucky was favorably recommended Fri other one of his faintly sickness of lihulf or some Â¬ day by the cominitteo of tho General As jj 2 This net shall take efleet ninety days sembly to which it hud been referred after tho adjournment of this GeaeMl Ax--- s i scinblv For the euro of nil femalo disorders Halls Hair Renewer kefipsHhehalrsof and irregularities Ayers Sursnpurillu has and lustrous and easy to arrange no equal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ s -- r ni Hazel Green Herald 8FXN0ZR OOOPXR FaMUktr ASPIRING CANDIDATL3 HAZEL GBEEN n t I KY ABROAD Blaine has withdrawn from tho race for the presidency and tho political situation has cleared up to a wonderful Republicans Who Look Longingly Toward tho Nomination So far as external Indications go STUDENTS extent formidable adversary has disappnred tho other has dwindled to ordinary Â¬ have be- Â¬ young Americans especially grad Â¬ proportions and tho shadows daB come living breathing realities full of uates of our colleges after llntsliliitf hope and vigor and thirsting for the happen between now and November their homo education go abroad to fray Â¬ study And strange to say among nil the but tho democratic party has every AtJlorlin university alone it Is stated contestants who will enter tho tourna- Â¬ thing in its favor to such an extent that thero arc two hundred and eight Amer- Â¬ ment at Minneapolis but one is from It seems Impossible for It to be defeat Â¬ ican students pursuing the regular uni Â¬ cast and that one is perhaps tho ed by the brand of republicanism repversity courses Uesidcs these there tho insignificant knight in the lists resented by the Harrison administra- Â¬ most aro many other young Americans in He is Thomas It Heed of Maine and tion It seems impossible for the dem- Â¬ Ucrlin engaged in special studies for his only claim to distinction apart ocratic party to be defeated at all un- Â¬ which Germanys high state of advance from his autocratic reign as speaker of less it defeats itself Any party can ment in science and tho arts affoids the billion dollar congress is that on always do that of course and do it particular facilities his shoulders will fall In a slight very easily But tho democratic party Some arc busy investigating Or measure the mantle which his own now has only to keep the peace and principles straight and hard Kochs supposed cure for consumption favorite son has thrown aside force its Harrison republicanism to against be some arc studying music under eminent states He may secure the support of the German masters some are learning the Maine delegation but in tho face of certain of success If it will not win success now it will German language some arc being contending he can hope for now if it refuses again never deserve it taught painting drawing and sculpture little more Interests St Louis He public Our larger colloges such as HarThe great west claims the other can Cornell and didates Ohio has three two of whom vard Yale Princeton NOTES AND OPINIONS Johns Hopkins aro most numerously arc by no meansin significant candirepresented and there aro more med Â¬ dates President Harrison is now con- Â¬ ical students among tho Americans than First John Sherman cold alert vinced that Mr Blaine is the greatest students of any other branch with unlimited capital back of him man with one exception now living Next come those who are studying waiting to realize the dream of a lifeColumbus Post philosophy and political science his- time to snatch the prize for which he Was there no postscript attached tory and physics The fame of Ger Â¬ has been striving for twenty long and to Mr Blaines letter of withdrawal man professois in each branch of fruitless years asking that the epistle be cremated learning has attracted many of our Next William McKinley ostensible when read Detroit Free Press young men who desire to become father of ultra protection whose name Now that Mr Blaine has stepped eventually professors and teachers is inseparably connected with the most off the presidential stage Prestidigi- Â¬ and so study abroad with a view to ob Â¬ obnoxious tariff measure that ever im tator Quay will be forced to put up a taining special eflioienoy in the various poverished the people of this nation new conjuring apparatus Washing Â¬ departments Finully J It Foraker temporarily ton Post At Uerlin moreover there are many under the discouragement of defeat p could run Blaine in American divinity students who listen but eager to lead his broken cohorts efligy The g o more votes for him in and get to the lcchires of celebrated professors against his arch enemy Sherman that shape than it seems likely to poll Jike Ilicrmnck and IfToiderer Indiana furnishes two formidable Most of tho American musical stu Â¬ competitors One Itenjatniu Harrison for the hero of Paddy Egans war dents are young women who are finish- - most feared of all a candidate who has Cleveland Press loud cries from the There are ing off their home musical education all the advantage of possession and south for Gen Alger If Harrison and intend to become either teachers or whose political influence is widespread should be the only candidate before public singers or performers The num and powerful tho Minneapolis convention a good ber of young Americans who attend tho Opposed to him and threatening his many colored delegates might have to famous llerlin Philharmonic concerts supremacy in his own state is Judge walk home Chicago Times has been repeatedly remarked Gresham High minded popular re with That significant smile Hut of course Iterlin is by no means fusing to descend to political machina Â¬ which Blaine answered impertinent tho only European and educational and tions and standing aloof from all at questions has been transferred art center where young Americans con Â¬ tempts to drag him into the mire of countenance of Harrison Nearlyto the every gregate for instruction There is a con political controversy ho yet presents a postmaster in the country is now for siderable colony of them at Heidelberg claim by no means to be despised or him Kansas City Times and also at Konn and a few are scat- Â¬ overlooked The Harrison organs exult that Illinois has but one favorite son tered at Gottingen und other German whose chances Blaine in jumping out of the hands of universities each one of which is famous Shelby M Cullom while they at present appear slight his friends forces those who have been in some special field Paris too claims a lnrge number of aro in reality augmented by the skill using him as a mask for fighting HarAmerican scholars who go to the siren with which his henchmen are taking rison to show their faces There was a of Blaines with Â¬ good deal of that St Paul Glob e of cities for three purposes especially early advantage The Blaine men in the republican drawal to learn art music and medicine party are not all in the humor to supMichigan advances the claims of Scattered through the Paris schools ud pensions aro to be found very Gen llussell A Alger whose sole title port Harrisons nomination or no nommany American girls who have gone to consideration lies in the fact that he ination If Harrison is forced upon thither to learn the language of bus never performed any especial serv Â¬ the party through Blaines acquies- Â¬ courts and to receive the polish which ice to warrant his candidacy He is cence both Harrison and Itlaine will Is supposed to finish off a young girls at present endeavoring to convert the go out of ofiice St Louis Republic The reports that Mr Harrison education and to impart to her excep Â¬ G A II into a gigantic machine to fund his ambition and doesnt np himself handled the blocks-of-fiv- c further tional grace and good manners in Indiana are not entirely new There pear to be succeeding very well At Dresden and Munich at Florence The last candidate and one of the was complaint at the time originating and Rome are gathered many young Americans attracted by the musical least conspicuous is W It Allison of as it seemed with those who objected advantages and art treasures of those Iowa whoso pretentions have not yet to kid glove prices as calculated to bear the vote market St Louis Rehistoric cities It would be interesting amounted to a positive boom Amid the conflicting interests of public if a census could be taken of all tho How sad it is that the birthday American young people who are now these candidates it is not easy to guess engaged in learning something in Eu- Â¬ the result with even a slight hope that of so great a man as Lincoln should rope Probably it would be found that the estimate will approach the icvcnt be converted into a boom day for so Many of the candidates would be in Â¬ small a man as Harrison and that the they number several thousand significant under different circum booming contract should be awarded It is gratifying at least to learn from the Uerlin statement referred to that stances but the fact that their ambi to such mental midgets as John W NoÂ¬ American students of every branch tion is boundless and that many of ble and Law Partner Miller Minneare greatly respected by the instructors them have been striving for years apolis Times with might and main toward the cov Â¬ The pension bureau is undoubt for their earnestness and industry eted goal renders them formidable edly honcjcombed with fraud and There aro doubtless many advantages to young Americans in thus pursuing a With Blaine in the race the contest Raum has shown no wish to have it narrowed down to a larger education at tho anciout centers would betwo men With Blainobattle otherwise It is a horrible scandal out that a public oilicinl disbursing nearly between of learning inHurope Hut in the case Mr Harrison is by no means sure of one hundred and fifty million dollars of our young girls who go abroad to where so many a year can find time to promote his study at least every caro should bo having a walk over come into play contending interests private schemes and use tho employes taken by their friends that they are Chicago Globe in bis ofiice to aid him in doing it N placed among good influences and sur Â¬ Y Advertiser roundings while they sojourn in foreign AN ENCOURAGING OUTLOOK Republican organs are asking Companion cities Youths Tho Democratic Iurty mi tho Opuu Koitd why the gold that was shipped abroad to StlCCtM VALUE OF RECREATION They last J ear is not returning The prospects of the democratic prophesied that just as soon as tho It 1b Not Well to Ignore Nporti and Tax- - party for success this fall have greatly crops begun to move and the people re Â¬ tlnws improved Tho result of the short benefit of tho reciprocity It is sometimes urged by philosophers sharp and decisive struggle in Penn ceived tho of the last republican con Â¬ legislation that hunting shooting and fishing aro sylvania shows that the attempt to re- Â¬ gress tho yellow metal would come recreatlonft unworthy of intellectual vive the Kandall faction cannot suc Â¬ back in a steady stream But the facts men Sentimentalists condemn them ceed This means that the action of aro against the prophets and less as cruel and hard hearted utilit ans the house will not bo controlled by the half the net shipments have beenthanÂ¬ re ask with a sneer Whats tho u c two or three senators who represent turned to this country Perhaps jf Tho philosophers aro wrong All tho reactionist sentiment in the demo there could be a high tariff placed on work and no jluy makes lack a dull cratic party They aro in a very small the importation of gold it would fall boy Field sirorts stiffen the sinews minority and tho fact hat they have in price ami the imports be increased brace tho nerves cxhilerate the animal ono master of intrigue among them is Chicago Times spirits and Uuul to promote tho general offset by tho ignorance of tho rest A ititror nil soundness which in combination with Their plans will be fully known but soundness of min I is tho chief of tem Â¬ even if they were not they could not be Tho comments of tho republican poral blessings carried out against the overwhelming newspapers upon Mr Blaines letter of Ho who does lUtlc else than hunt sentiment of the democratic party withdrawal show how Inevitable is Mr and shoot and lis is likely it is true There is u In the east honest democracy repre Harrisons renomiuation to live and die an ignoramus but tho sented by such men ns Cleveland and noticeable lack of warmth in many oi individual who inoroly devotes a leisure Pattison will bo most strongly sup- Â¬ the things that are said about tho pres day now and then to these amusements ported and this gives nssuraneo that ident by editors who accept him as tho in nine c ases out of ten strengthens his it will bo impossible to force any moro predestined candidate and It Is easy to brain as well as his muscles by the trickster any little local whipper-snap-po- r road between tho lines tho heart felt excrclso ho takes for body and mind Well weve got to nomi who thinks that luck of scruple sentiment not and re act upon oaeh other and by constitutes greatness and genius in nate Harrison again It is a bitter working each alternately both are in- - practical politics on the democratic pill but it must be swallowed That vigorated Tho man of thought should party as its presidential candidate hi what it is a matter of necessity It nlao bo u man of action If not he is With such a person as its candidate on is hard enough for a party to refuse the e unfitted for this its ticket at all tho democratic party candidacy to an accidental president world whero the executive hand is as could not win but tho prospect of get- Â¬ whom It must praise as tho republicans indispensable to success as tho duvislng ting an honest man and a straightfor Â¬ did Arthur In 1884 as having shown in head N Y Ledger ward democrat at tho head of the ticket his administration a wise conserva Â¬ To turn It is now most promising Tho situation tive and patriotic policy Jason is seemingly complicated but even in back on tho man whom It really elect Ono Feature Lacking Now Mandy its n circus to bo en Â¬ theso complications thomsolvcs It is ed president four years ago nnd thus I reckon probablo that the solution of tho seem Â¬ confess that it daro not risk tho popu- Â¬ Amnntla gaged aint it St will bo Jason when we get the ring ing difliculty lies Wo do not bellovo lar judgment on his record is more Jewolora Weekly that the democratic party is going to than can bo expected N Y Post Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Amcrlcnn Youth Tlml SccltH tho Culturo of tho Old World A rccontstatementfrom Merlin shown to whnt an IncreaHlnff extent In these He fore but two figures appeared In the arena with a crowd of misty shadows Now the most In the background blunder this time We believe it will LIFES FITFUL FEVER stand squarely on Its foundation principle of the largest possible llborty and Too Much Hurry nnd Worry In This lrogrcflglvo Age nominate an honest straightforward Wo of to day live in a perfect frenzy democrat to represent it Were this already done nnd were of hurry wo can never go quickly the election next Tucsdnv we have no enough we aro forever discovering doubt that 1892 would be 1810 over short cuts to reform Improvement and again and that tho opposition to plu- happiness in general and straightway tocracy and radicalism would control a plunging headlong into them and when three fourths majority In the electoral one after another proves to be an Imcollege Unfortunately the election la passe we hastily turn aside and look ten months off and tho democratic party for a now one There Is poverty in the has not yet forced tho issues by nomi- land quick we rush to discover a means nating a man who will thoroughly rep Â¬ of making all men rich Somebody or resent Its principles A great deal may other offers to do it for us it we will Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ give him so many thousands of pounds and our full confidence Quick give him the money Is the cry and n howl of indignation is raised against those who beg us to stay our hand and reflect There is drunkenness and we clamor to close all the public houses Wo are far too impatient to live tho life ourselves and watch tho gradual improvement of our race wo long to push them from behind to goad them on in the path of virtue with acts of parliament And the same with our expressions of opinion we rush in the wildest haste to deliver them to administer praise or blame If any man be accused he is hoisted into the pillory and pelted long before he has time to utter a word of defense If anyone pleases us he is hailed as a hero and loaded with hon- Â¬ ors aud adulations even before we know exactly what It is that he has done the result being that we are con- Â¬ ridicu- Â¬ stantly making ourselves lous a result that matters tho less in that wo never really leave ourselves time to contemplate the ludicrous figure that we cut In our private life we are in no way better tio iwnv iiuiui iiiiiu iu unjiry lu wv because we aro always living in and when to morrow comes it finds all our attention fixed on the day after Too soon we rejoice too soon we despond and we aro forever either in one extreme or the other Too soon we pouroutourcomplaintsin the news Â¬ papers too soon we bring accusations against our neighbors too soon we try to push ourselves into the front ranks even too soon do we wish to enjoy the fruits of the earth The forced straw- Â¬ berry and the too early asparagus are tjpical of our hurrying appetite How much more comfortable a place the world would be if we were only con- Â¬ tent to hurry less and enjo3 more w COPYRIGHT 1001 v u ff vn viii iaiarrn ivemcuy I Vlfflrrh nrlinn Trntt nor ii nubu iuu uou Theres nothing left l ous caustic solutions a good deal is left They may perhaps stop it for a tiran but theres danger of driving it to tho lungs They work on false principles But Dr Sagos Remedy cures it no matter how bad the case or of how long standing Not only Ca tarrh itself but Catarrhal Headache Cold in the Head everything catarrhal in its nature The worst cases yield to its mild soothing cleansing and healing properties So will yours You may not believe it but the proprietors of Dr Sages Remedy do And to prove it they make you this offer If they cant cure you theyll pay you 500 iu casii Its a busi a responsible ness proposition from Â¬ Â¬ irritating snuffs and strong In Vnra UilliU si poison-9 v un uiu J fI I Â¬ 4 house But do you think theyd mako it if they and you couldnt depend upon their medicine Spectator PAINFUL Tho Dialogue COURTESY Two Women Over an Kinpty Scat Â¬ Â¬ There was just oue vacant seat in the street car and two women came hurrying and bustling in together nnd stood before the unoccupied seat You sit down said one of the ladies generously waving her hand to ward the seat Oh no you take it No Id rather stand So would I Oh Â¬ Â¬ iafFilifera Palm j LOVELY WEEPING PALM Thh Klnu of Ornamentol rionts tlio Woeplntr 01 Fllifcra Iiltn Is ntitly nml licnutirnl bejon J d iarlp tlon Itc uuho grown In uny window in 0111 Geranium ami Is n superb nclclulon to niiv j lectlos of plants It Ii of a compact growth with t iecnut lartfo fan fin ped leaves from which honp lint thread Itko tllmucnt yilni the plant n tnoit ocM and beautiful appearance In fact thorn is nothing We It In cultivation nnd good apcoimrni sell for enormoui prlcoi riant aru caMiy laUodni tho seed arov lurga gnrmlnato quickly und gr r rapidly It lyou plitnl Foi whoso beauty nnd grandeur will Mirprlie ONLY 30C HK Wlll BBMI 11V MAIL 1MST JAII AM OF TllS rilLUlWIMli 6 Seed of this lovely WEEPING FILIFEPA PALM 5 Seeds of tho WONDItOUS WEATHER PLANT luM 1 pkt JAPAN NEST EOQ GOUHD Curiam and 1 pUt MAGNIFICENT GIANT SPIDER FLOWER 1 pkt SNOW QUEEN PANSY pure satin white Very rata 1 bulb NEW VARIEGATED TUBEROSE 1 bulb GLADIOLUS LOVELY WHITE VARIETr ly all day So have I But I really dont care to sit But I dont mind standing in the take in Ive been sitting near- Â¬ ynt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Neither do I Indeed I often prefer to stand But you look tired Oh Im not a bit Now you sit down No you No no you I get off first i iniitia LOVELY YELLOW VARIETY Then you ought to sit down now and 1 bulb OLADI0LUS Tnnnwnmir wiprrrv 2 bulb OXALIS whits and pink Splendid fre bioamrr Ill takeI tho seat afterward FAIRY LILY and our 8uperl 1 bulb CHARMING But really dont caro for it Tit a ritMTm nf 13 n mil nml 7 mAPnifl Neither do I cent large colored pistes ond sample copy of the MAYFLOWER with grand colored plat Please take it Culnloitiio Tor If yoii nlrrnily Imve our lilllir clw IimUUUISPS aj Tlu This goes on until both women try to mill ivnulll Hi nd oinil will icmli worth oir IMc sit down nt tho same time and one of rara bulb and neiid themyourtlneighbor allto In trod1 ltn for 30eilf seaiion nnd wo to sml our nuporlor stock let them sits in the lap of the weary-lookin- g collections rouand we wlllcnrt four of thei not upprur for I ngnln mny young man who jumps up and goes Order ut oncen thUoftVr out aud stands on tho platform thus Our Bronze Blue Catalogue for 692 Itron7 Hluo A minrrh making room for both women aud the fifmVKIt work of Art printed IndHKIIii IIIMI ANI VKIJITAIIMC ANI UAItB FltlITS11 the llrt evtr PLANT tormenting dialoguo comes to uu end Issurd 1M paKi hundreds of 7 oleeant cnraunei RtlpplH Lithograph Corem and lnrc coloi d Intel Detroit Free Press novelties In loweis J i BeUlilel I least Â¬ Â¬ take ulcrilxis for tween young ladles and gentlemen Is tural lap r Si pages THK Jim um Kit We per year tho silly desire to see a flirtation in Park N Y every acquaintance between young JOHN LEWIS GH1LDS Floral rArER nrj tin jjuri arMAUE IU How much of this spirit is people fostered by tho light reading which almost all girls indulge In Aro not such books in a sense mirrors which convert the gazer into tho distorted Let likeness they see of themselves 95 fathors and mothors soo to it that all tho reading matter which enters tho homo or is Buffered to influence tho young is pure in tone and elevating to Mr Albert Hartley of Hudson mind aud heart Good Health nnt friendships which might exist I Said a young girl not long ago think one deterreut between the pleas be- Â¬ Iicht Heading I We offer tho Uncut and Fruits notttily Our great Jnpinose I1 Jew Huttertlr Orchid Star Phloxei Wiitrr Ilaiits eto Gladiolus Chrysanthemums Koies lahlla - v Ulimiuinii Al0 in SIBJWl oiegant Catnlogui will lie cut for Thl tngahrub or lr vou oiaer innagents niucirs iKiuuun ta BUeent In every town will bo tout KUFK Wo want our bunutlful Monthly llortlcui German yrup UlSt A Fulfil Mistake N TTi C was taken with Pneumonia it hrnther had died from Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Waitress at Mrs Slimdiots boarding house Tenderloin steak pork chops eggs lumbchopsvoalcutlet boiled friedcrpoachodboiledcrdropped ohlokon brook trout game What Old Boarder wildly New Waitress Hcg pardon I forgot I used to be in an order restaurant Lomme see what It Is here Oh Fried llvor stewed liver or boiled Old Boardor weekly Now rough-and-tumbl- -- UK HAD Til 15 OUIP No E SCHLICIITINO Hvlnff rtt followlngs Tlilrd Ave Now York Cilv wrote tbo go Sho under ilalo of Dec S9tb JKM Twoweelw 1 was tahon with sovero ralii3 In my back nwul never marry again my wbplo body acheai cheat I14CU tWOfl T And lot people think my UUll 1 nnd I tliroatI In act Ihn He What mint tin UIIIUUCM rB Cough Syrup and deal little first wife wns such a terror bottles of Dr Hulls cured mo Two offoundcbli 1 my I didnt dare to Nsvw Brook Jlcf tho third bottlo samo way im i that drenwero taken trie Uullii CousU Syrup v lyn Llfo ties cured them Dr worm its weiiUt in coiu Burry racx of fare nerc-I-fa- ll Jury When he found his doctor could notm11v liim he took one bottle oFGermnn Rvmn nnd Pfltlie OlltSOllrid aildl won Mr S B Gardiner Clerk with nmrrrrkr T E Barr Aurora Texas prevented a bad attack oi pneumonia by taking German Syrup ui nu wus iu in time and knew the danger He used the trreat remedv Boschees German tSrrnn Cnr llinrr diseases it Itrimnnnhlo Objection i Promiso me that if I dlo you will A MR a T Â¬ J4M 1 Hflt WAITING FOR YOU Hoavon la MuoU Closor Than Somo Pooplo Think The DlMnnco Vrom Earth I Onlr n Flash A Clmlr Uonldo Your JoyocI One U Vacant jiihJ WjiUIiir Sormon by Itov T IJoWitt Titlmitgo I I Dr Tnlninjjo preached Sunday at His text was taken Oskaloosa la Likewise joy shall from Luke xv 7 bo in Heaven over ono sinner that re pentcth more than over ninety and nine just persons who need no repeut lost sheep Nothing can bo moro thoroughly lost I look- through the window of a shepherds house at night The candles aro lighted Tho shepherd has just placed his staff against tho mantel lie has taken ofE his coat shaken out of it tho dust and hung it up 1 see by the candle light that there are neighbors who have come in Tho shepherd fagged out with the long tramp sits down on a bench and the wife and children and tho neighbors Come now tell us how say to him thing poor found tho you this morning I ho says Well went out to the yard to look at the No sooner had I looked flock over the fence than I saw something wrong Tho fact was they did not Ninety five ninety six count right ninety seven ninety eight ninety nine only ninety nine McDonald you know we had a hundred And I wondered which ono was gone and I began again and I counted ninety five ninety six ninety seven ninety eight Well I whistled up tho ninety nine I started on tho fields and dogs and across the bridges and I tracked the Aloorcs and I leaped the gullies but no bleating of the poor thing did I hear I said to myself The lamb must have fallen into a ditch or a pack of wolves from the mountains must have torn it to pieces and sucked its life out Hut I could not give up You sec it was a pet lamb It was that ono with the ifrack spot on the right shoulder that used to come and lick my hand as I crossed the field and somehow I could not give it up So I went on and on until after awhile I heard the dogs bark and I said Whats that Then I hastened to tho top of the lill and I looked down and there I saw the poor lamb It had fallen into the ditch and as I camo whore it was and bent over the ditch and stooped down to lift the poor thinp out I wlh you could have sceu the loving1 and kn ploring and tender way it looked at me I lifted it out and it was ail ov ercd with the slush and the mud It was an awful thing to do but I lifted it out and it was so lame and o weak it could not walk alone so I threw it over ray shoulders and I start Â¬ ed homeward and the condition of that lamb you may judgo of from the coat which I havo just hung up But I tramped on and on until it is safe in the yard poor thing Thank God thank Clod Then the shepherds wife spread the table and brought out the best faro that the cabin could afford and they sat up very lato that night and they talked and they laughed and they sang and they ate and they drank and they danced and told over and over and over again tho story of the lost sheep that was found J With such tenderness and rusticity of illustration docs Christ represent tho souls going off and tho souls coming Likewise there back when Ho says is joy in Heaven among tho angels of God over ono sinner that repentcth more than over ninety and nine just To persons that need no repentance repent is to feel that you are bad and to be sorry about it and to turn over a new leaf and to pray for forgiveness and help Just as soon as a man docs that they hear right away of it in Heaven There are no gossips in glory going around to chatter and laugh when a man falls but there are many bonis in glory who arc glad to run about and toll It when a man is saved The news goes very quick from gate to gate and from north wall to south wall and from east wall to west wall and in three minutes every citizen of Heaven has heard of it for there is joy in Heaven among tho angels of God over ono sinner that repentcth I can very easily understand how there should bo joy in Heaven over a Ienticost with 3000 souls saved in one day no mystery about that I can un- Â¬ derstand how there should bo joy in Heaven over the Parish of Schoots when four hundred soul3 were saved under ono sermon of Mr Livingston I can understand how there should be joy in Heaven over the great awaken Â¬ ing in tho time of narlnnd Pago when in ono year 473000 souls woro brought to God in the United States I can un Â¬ derstand very easily how there should he joy in Heaven over TiOOOOO bouIs con vcrted in 1857 in this country but mark you my text announces thcro is joy in Heaven among tho angels of God over one just one sinner that repenieth Some cathedrals havo one towor some cathedrals have two three four towers Did you over hear thom all I am told that tho boll ring at once in tho cathedral of St Paul rings only on raro occasions for instance at tho birth or death of a king nave you seen a cathedral with four towers and havo you heard them all strike into ono Here is a Kreat chlmo of gladncw man who is moral He is an example to a great many professbra of religion in somo things ho never did a mean thing in his life ho pays all his debts aud 001 Vzcu nd r gooJ neigh A Â¬ ance bor but ho says ho is not a Christian Somo day tho Holy Spirit comes into his heart and ho sees that ho can not dopend upon his morality for salva- Â¬ tion Ho says 0 Lord God I havo been depending upon my good works I find I nm a sinner and I want Thy salvation Lord for Jesus sako havo mercy on mo and God pardons him And immediately one of the tow- Â¬ ers of Heaven strikes a silver chlmo for thcro aro four towers to the heav- Â¬ Is enly Here a man temple who Is bad ho knows ho is bad and every body knows he is bad but he is not an outcast far from boing an outcast Ho moves in respectable cir-Â¬ cles Hut ono day by tho power of tho Holy Ghost he rouses up to see his sin- Â¬ fulness and says 0 Lord havo mercy I am a wanderer and without Theo I Ood hears him perish Have mercy and immediately two of tho towers of Heaven striko a silvery chime Hut hero is an outcast Ho was picked up last night out of tho gutter and carried to tho polico station Ho has been in the nenitentiarv thrco times Ho is covered and soaked with loathsomeness and abomination Arousing from his O God have debauch ho cries out mercy on inc Thou who didst pardon tho penitent thiof hoar mo cry for mercy And tho Lord listens and pardons and no sooner is tho wretch pardoned than three of the great towers of Heaven strike up a silvery chimo Hut hero is a waif of the street Sho passes under tho gaslight and your soul shud- Â¬ ders with a great horror No pity for her No commiseration for her As sho passes down the street she hears a song in tho midnight mission and as she listens to that song she hears Sho puts into that harbor she kneels by the rough bench near by the door sho says O Lord Thou didst havo mercy on Mary Magdalen take my blistered feet off the red hot pavement God says My daughter thy of hell sins are forgiven thee go in peace Now all tho four towers of Heaven strike a silvery chime and they who All may conic whoever will This Man receives poor sinners still ner that repenteth pass through the celestial stroets say Whats that why tho worst sinner must have boon saved Hcnr all tho four towers ring and ring and And there is joy in neaven ring among the angels of God over one sin Â¬ I deny it Look at that mother before the throne of God When she died she left her son in this world a vagabond That son repented of his iniquities and camo to God The report of that salvation has reached Heaven Do you tell mo that mother before the throne of God has not her joy richly augmented Thcro is many a man in this house to day who could go out with a torch and kindle a uovr bonfire of victory on tho hills of Heaven If you would this day repent and come to Ood the news of your salvation would reach Heaven and then hark to the shout of the ran- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ My subjoet impresses you I think with tho thought that it is possible for us to augmont the happiness of Heaven Peopl- - think that souls before tho throne aro as happy as they can be Your little child went away from you into tho good land While sho was here you brought her all kinds of boautiful presents Sometimes you camo homo at nightfall with your pockets full of gifts for her and no sooner did you put your night key into the latch than sho Father what began at you saying Sho Is now have you brought me tho throno of God Cnn you before You may bring her a gift to day Coming to Christ and repenting of sin tho tidings will go up to tho throne of God and your child will hear of it O what a gift for my soul to day She will skip with new gladness on the everlasting hills when sho hears of it I was at Sharpsburg during tho war and one day I saw a sergeant dash past on a lathered horse the blood dripping from tho spurs I said That sergeant must be going on a very important message he must bo carrying a very important dispatch or ho wouldnt ride Here are two angels of God like that flitting through the house flitting toward the throne on quick dispatch What is the news Carry up the story of souls ropentant and forgiven carry- Â¬ ing the news to the throne of God car- Â¬ rying the news to your kindred who are there is joy in forever saved 0 among the angels of God over Heaven And snip ono sinner that repentcth poso this whole audienco should turn to tho Lord Heaven would bo filled with doxologics O Heaven beat with all thy hammers that tho rock may break O Heaven utrike with all thy gleaming swords that ono soul may reading of a I was bo free gaining a groat victory king who after said to his army No no shouting lot every thing be in quiet no shouting Hut if this hour your soul should come to God nothing could stop tho shout ing of tho armies of God before tho throne for there is joy in Heaven among the angels of God over ono sinIn some families ner that rcpenteth vacant chair and a vacant thoy keep a plato for the departed but if in some of your households you kept a vacant chair and a vacant plato for thoso who have gone away from you into tho next world tho vacant chairs and tho vacant plates would outnumber thoso which nre occupied I once said to you thoro are no vacant chairs in Heaven but I recall that Right bcsldo your loved one in that good land there is a vacant chair not made vacant by death for death never enters there it la a vacant chur or you will you take it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ som cd My subject also impresses mo with tho idea that Heaven and earth aro in closo sympathy Pooplo talk of Hoavon as though It wero a great way off Thoy say It Is hundreds of thousands of miles before you can roach tho first star and then you go hundreds of thousands of miles boforo you get to tho second star and then it is millions of miles boforo your each Heaven They say Hoaven Is tho center of the unlvorso and wo aro on rim of tho universe That is not tho idea of my text I think tho hoart of Heaven beats very closo to our world Wo measuro distances by tho tlmo takon to tra verso thoso distances It used to bo a long dlstanco to San Francisco Many weeks and months wero passed before you could reach that city Now it is six or seven days It used to bo six weeks beforo you could voyage from hero to Liverpool Now you can go that distance in six or seven days And so I measure the distance between earth and Heaven and I find it only a flash It is one instant here anothor instant there It is very near to day Do you not feel the breath of Heavon on your face Christ says in one place it is not twenty four hours distance when This He say to the penitent thief day shalt thou bo with Me in Paradise It is not a day it is not an hour it Ls O not a minute it is not a second lly oce- Â¬ how near Heaven is to earth As it anic cable you send a message is expensive you compromise a great deal of meaning in a few words Some- Â¬ times in two words you can put vast And it seems to mo that tho meaning angels of God who carry news from enrth to Heavon need to take up this hour in regard to your soul only two words in order to kindle with gladness all the redeemed beforo the throne only two words Father saved Daugh Son saved Mother saved And thcro is joy In ter saved Heaven among the angels of God over one sinner that repentcth My subject also impresses me with tho fact that tho salvation of tho soul is of vast importance If you should make 8200000 this year do you sup-Â¬ pose that news would be carried to Heaven It would not bo of enough importance or significance to bo carried heavenward If at tho next quadron nial olection you aro made president of tho United States do you suppose that news would bo carried to Heaven Do you suppose that the news of a revolu- Â¬ tion in France or Spain would bo car- Â¬ Theso things aro ried to Heaven but not of onough importance thoro is ono item that is suro to bo carried It is tho salvation of your soul it is your repentance bo- Â¬ foro God Tho flying hoofs of God8 couriers clash through the gates and tho news goos from crate to mansion and from mansion to temple and from temple to throne and there is joy in Heaven among the angels of God over ono sinner forgiven It must bo of vast importance to bo of any momont in Heaven your salvation in that land where gladnesses are tho everyday occurrence in that land where tho com- Â¬ mon stones of the field are jasper and craorald and chrysoprasus and carbuncle and sardonyx Aud yet the news of your salvation makes joy bo fore the throno of God You remember yoars ago a stago driver in the White Mountains became very reckless Ho had a largo number of passengers on the stage and tho stage was drawn by six horses wild nnd ungovernablo and he drove near tho precipice and he drove off the stage witli its precious weight rolling down the embankmont and many were slain but few wero saved I suppose when theyovroto home they wrote with congratulation at thoir rescue The an Â¬ gels of God look down and they see men driving on tho edge of great preci pices of ruin anddangerdrawn by wild leaping foaming and ungovernablo-perilin this life and if any shall escape boforo they capsize do you not suppose the angels of God rojoicc crying Saved from sin saved Good good from death saved from hell saved for evor Tho supreme court pf the United States does not adjourn for anything trifling It must be the death of a cab Â¬ inet minister or the death of a president or some matter of vory great mo mont When I find all Heavon adjourn- Â¬ ing lt other joys for this ono joy I make up my mind it is of very great importance if Hoavon can afford to adjourn all other festivities to celebrate this one triumph Do you wonder that no many of these Christian pooplc have toiled night and day in this work of soul saving if it is of such vast im Do you wonder that Nettle portance ton and Finlcy and Bishop Anbury and John Wesley and George Whltefield nnd Paul and angels and Christ and God stripped themselves for tho work Around that ono soul circles tho mist the fire the darkness tho joy tho an Â¬ them tho wailing the hallelujah and tho woe of Gods universe If tho soul in saved then lip comes to trumpet aud fingers to harp and hammer to bell and there is joy among the angels of God For such over that one soul forgiven a soul I plead Having found in my own experience that this religion is a comfort and a joy I stand here to cornmond It to you In tho days of my infancy I was car ried by Christian parents to the house of God and consecrated in baptism to the Father and tho Son and tho Holy Ghost but that did not savo me In after time I was taught to kneel tt the Christian altar with fatherÂ¬ and mother and brother and sis ters tho no8t of them now in glory but that did not Bavo me In after Rise And time I read Doddridges Â¬ Â¬ s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Progress nnd Baxters Call to the Unconverted and all tho religious books around my fathers housohold but they did not savo me But ono day tho volco of Christ camo into my hoart Repent ropent bollovo bo saying llovo and I nccoptcd tho offer of morcy and though no doubt thoro was moro joy in Heavon over tho conver- Â¬ sion of other soulslbocauso of tholr far reaching influence I verily bollovo when I gavo my heart to God thcro was somo spirits in Heaven tho gladder for Thoro Is joy in Heavon tho deed among tho angels of God over ono sin Â¬ Turn this day to ner that repentcth tho lord who boughtyou Lot this whole aiidlenco surrender themselves to Jesus Christ If for ton twenty fifty years you havo not prayed bogln now to Oh you say I cant pray pray God bo merciful to Can you not say I cant No you say dio a sinner say that Then can you not look to No you say tho throno of morcy f cant look up Can you not thon glvo some signal like that which was Ho given by the lad in tho hospital was sick and nufforlng and dying and wantod speedily to go away from nil suffering aud pain and ho said to his comrades In tho hospital It Is strango mo that Jesus doesnt see mo when to ho goes through here nights and takes others to himself Ho goos through horo and He doesnt see mo I must bo asleep and he doesnt know I want to ffo cAMrroac xt I S COMB PMPMBVt The pttroasf e ef tat traveling fttUtf M WietftiUy aelialtei TffrU the ImT tel wy atteatlea far tat atttfert tf rwm FRED KILLAM WttK M apl8ly S TIMMONDS Wholesale General line of feddlino PAID TO Grocers PORTSMOUTH MT SALARY 25 PER WEE- KWasted Qood Agejto to bell owl Above mbromandmk LIVE TJIKR INFORMATION AGBMT8 ADDSBfta salary will bi FOB F1JbV N CHICAGO GENERAL BUPPLY Oa 178 W Van Burta St Cbicaoo III HENRY MATLOCK WITH MCMILLAN HAZEN GO WHOLESALE BOOTS AND SHOES KNOXVILLE TENN fldMTho above goods are handled by CO Hazel Greta Ky DAY will know by that I want So it was done For to go with Him that night Jesus went through the hos- Â¬ pital and took tho suffering lad and tho next morning tho nurso passing through tho wards of the hospital saw a dead hand lifted braced on ono sido against the pillow and tho loft baud holding tho elbow of tho right arm Josus had soon the signal and answered It 01 sick soul wounded soul dying soul canst thou not gtvo some signal Wilt thou not lift one hand or ono prayer God grant that this day thcro may bo joy in Heaven among tho an gels of God over your soul forgiven Now I tell you how Ill arrange It to sleep with my hand up and then when Jenus comes through tho hospital by night He will see my hand Ill go J m lifted and Ho MARKS BROS MARKS AND ohom sousa Nos 134 138 RACE STREET CINCINNATI Â¬ 0 JAPANESE S trans MYTHS lllrtla and BalUfa Abt Dmoa Animal THE KRUSE 8 BAHLMAN Ne people la the world civilized or savafe bolievo in the existence of so many mythical half supornatural creature as do the Japanee Fcr in sHJ0MPAWY4 btauce they think there is a wondrous tiger of more than half human latelll 11 15 and 17 Wost Pearl Stroat geuco that lives to be one thousand years old uud turns as white ae a polar CINCINNATI O boar They alno believe in a species of fox whioh if it lives te bo fifty years old having been chased by a dog transÂ¬ Tbt wholesale trade of forms himself into a beautiful woman fcntky la raisectfully solicited Eaatera Cee This same fox if he lives to the age of ono hundred years gains some THE new povrwrs among which is f that becoming a wonderful wizard Whon he reaches the ago of one thousand yoars he becomes a colsntial fox with nine golden colored tells and hss the power of going to Ueuveu whenever ho chooses They sG0MPANYs also believe in a mnltitudo of animals distinguished mainly by their monstrous slae or by the multiplication of thoir Wholesale Dry Goods Notions numbers Among these are sorpsnta oitfht hundred feet long nnd big enough 101 103 and 105 W Fourth Streot to swallow an olephant foxes with eiht legs monkeys with four ears ttithee with ten heads attached to ono CINCINNATI O 8onth Side body the flvsh of which is n cure for boils They alno believe in tho exls tence of a crano which after it has ruaohed the age of six hundred years has no need of any sustonanco excopt watar Thwlr mythical dragon has tho Load of a camel the homo of a deer the eyes of a demon tho oars of an ox tho body t a serpent tho scales of n fish and the claws and wings of an eagle Chicago News HARDWARE GEO W MAIPIN GROSSMAN CO SCHLEUTKER Â¬ Â¬ Ihoiinmrtm of Ilfo anil Month The necrology of the old year Is al Â¬ ways rad by thousands with mournful interest In perusing thoso sad reuords the mind unconneiounly reverts to tho well known axioms which toll us that the average human life is a span of but thirty three and one third short years That ono quurter of all born die boforo they hare seen the opening of their nerenth ynr one half before reaching seventeen so that thoso who pass teens enjoy a felicity un- Â¬ their human known to one half the In every thousand perspecies sons only one reaches tho age of UO in every 100 only six rench to or beyond 05 and not more than ono on avorago in BOO lives to be 80 years old Thoro Is said to be upward of 1000010000 hu man beings on the globo of these one third dio overyyear 01834 everyday and 3750 overy hour or sixty every minute Married men are said to livo longer than single ones tall men longer than short ones Women havo moro chances of life in their favor pre Â¬ vious to the fiftieth year than men have but fewer afterward St Louis Iiepublie As thunder without rain dobs more harm thur good so ministers who preach the terrors of tho law but do not at tho same time drop in tho dew of Gospel instruction and consolation are not wiso master bulldors for thoy pull down but build nothing up again Luther It wus Martin Lnthor who saidt Ho who is not handsome at twenty strong at thirty educated at fortv and rich at fifty will never be handsome strong educated or rich Â¬ Â¬ Saddlery and Harness Nos 74 and 70 Main Street CINCINNATI 0 I G US Hardware MEYER WITIf WMKERRG0 -- OJODBBKS 1NO- - Agricultural Implements OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA PLOWS FOSTER STOVE CO COOKS MILLS A EVAPORATORS CHAMPION REAPERS MOWERS STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS DOORS AND HASH A SPECIALTY Nos 110 112 Second Street IRONTON OHIO ly 4S DO YOU WANT TO SAVH PROM 2fl to 60 CENTS ON EVERY DOLLAR YOU SPEND If bo writ fob oirn Illubthatkd Catalogue manufacturthe United Btateb atILLUSTRATIONS ERfl TRICES OONTA1NINO ILLUSTIUTION8 ANH PRI0M MANUFACTURED Uf OP EVERYTniNQ 10000 ailed free Address LINES REPRESENTED OlTALOaUB on application CHICAGO GENERAL 8UPPLYCO No 173 West Van Buren St CHICAGO ILL nm a mT Pea TVTTiTir Wrltlnc PftBcrm Ladlee Ae for wale t thle eflce Note Paper only 10a a aalre Call ea M Ba yeu ueeu unueicrj Hazel Geeen Heiuld SPENOER COOPER 1 Till bill to uboliHli tlio ofllcc of Arscs sor wits last yeek defeated In the General - - - Editor Vfv Friday C LISM2 bflPwlL r Bm KY 1 discharge his duty on last Friday and Saturday as the bundle of HuuAiDnduo nt this olllco Friday morning did not get Assembly here till Saturday evening They went down the way Htimwhar and back also tho Sentinel Democrat duo hero Satur LETTER FROM TEXAS- day evening did not get hero till Monday V IomiIIIoii of the Journey by Ono of Went up the way sumwliar and back the Party Who I eft iiiuptoii In Murc1i Peoplo want their mail when duo and KidokaiOkia March ID 12 such carelessness should bo stopped at Hy request of many friends to write once Â¬ JOHN M ROSE D G ROS1G a in TnrjxTVnn to tt V wwjrii its i JL tM tei -- T JONES DFALKRS J JOIVES IX- J l fcd 11AZKL GRFFN KKNTTCKY Miii j jjuvr a Miw nrajrx wHWrm iili j jJjL sLvflx HAZEL GREEN April 1892 For Congress IOth District Wo nrc authorized tonnuounco MARClS of Winchester Ky an a Demo cratio cnudidntc for CongresH from the 10th Kentucky District subject to the action of tf the Democratic jmrly Wo are authorized to announce JO M KKNDALL of Floyd county as n Demo emtio enndhinto for Congress from the 10th Kentucky District subject to the action of tlio Democratic party tf Current News and Comment Tin counties of Brcnthitt and John son will both go into the Convention at Â¬ Campton next Monday with two sets of delegates and at this writing it is impos siblo to toll what tlio result of the pri mary in Montgomery yesterday was Doth Mr Kendall and Mr Lisle will have u strong following in tlio Convention and it is now thought it will be a hot fight for choice between them Let us hopo however that tlio choice of the Convention may be mado without trou- Â¬ ble and that no ill feeling will bo generated Either of tho gentlemen named would make a Representative of whom Â¬ tho district can be proud so that no objections to either can bo urged on that seoro and whatover tho result of the Con- Â¬ vention the Democrats of tho District should accept it as for tho best interests of tho party Â¬ i Our Senators and Representatives should uso overy cflbrt to encourage a handsome- appropriation from tho State for tho Worlds Fair This pnrjgof Ken Â¬ tucky will be benefitted to a greater ex- Â¬ tent than any other section and parsi- Â¬ mony on tho part of our Representatives nt this timo would prove penny wiso and pound foolish - Roiikht IIaskins a young man ac- Â¬ cused of murder at Stanton eighteen mouths ago was taken to that place Sat-Â¬ urday by Sheriff J It Hardwick Ho was arrested at South Chicago III a few days prior for disorderly conduct and upon being searched a tell talo letter let out tho news that he was a fugitive from justice Tins official count in this Senatorial District shows tho election of Alex II Ilargis over Jell Fratcr to bo 140S As boforo stated in these columns Mr ilar gis will prove a worthy successor to his lamented father and his constituents Â¬ need liavo no foar but ho will prove a faithful friend in all that interests them Housus in Brownsville Ky aro now closed at night because of tho terror that has seized upon citizens of the place who havo seen a gorilla porambulating the streets at night Tho monster hides du ring tho day but comes into town after dark It is thought the animal escaped from some traveling show Â¬ Walt Whitman poet the good gray died at his residenco at Camden N J on Saturday last after a confine ment sinco December 17 last IIo was nged about 7U years and his life had been Ho was printer poet n checkered ono and many times editor or proprietor of various newspapers We had a severe blizzard on tho 14th inst which continued fivo days Snow fell to the depth of one inch and the ground froze to the depth of two inches tho wind being as thin as Lowrys buttermilk The Kentucky delegation were huddled together like sheared sheep just after a cold April rain The farmers aro uneasy about their crops as it is feared that the oats are killed by the freeze Wheat is looking only moderately well the blizzard having checked its growth and give it a vellow cast Our brave Kentucky boys breast the northwest winds witli unfaltering step and say that they intend to fight it out on this line if it takes them a life lime They havo all secured houses in the neighborhood of Eldorado John Cock erham has located about one mile north of Eldorado Will Tom Ingrain one mile east S P Napier two miles southwest Isaac Elkins one mile south James Han miles north J F Tutt dy one ami a half miles southeast W F half miles north went Elkins and myself two miles northwest All the boys seem to be well satisfied with their locations Tho prospect for a good crop is not very flattering at this time though we cannot tell what tho outcome will be The peo ple of this coinmiriity are enjoying excellent health with n few exceptions The water here is said to be a splendid appetizer though not very palatable to the taste A erson can cat almost anything after staying a couple of weeks whether they relished it or not back in the States It is an excellent place to sleep but from what cause I am notable to tell it may bo caused from drinking gyp water or eating so much of old Ned or from the roaring of the wind I had the pleasure last week of partakI think it ing of some antelope ham was tho most delicious meat I ever ate I havo been wanting to go antelope hunt ing ever since I have had the pleasuro of mooting somo of the young men of my native State in tho personages of Ova Swangn I Morton Pieratt and Charlie Ringo mot them at tho residenco of Fayette James They expressed themselves as well pleased with tlio country Fayette James and family are well satisfied Mr James sowed 35 acres in oats Mort Pieratt 15 acres and is still punching his cattle Charlie Ringo is having his claim broken up and will sow his oats after the storm is over The Kentuekiaus out hero aro looking forward and expecting this to be the com ing country of the southwest It is a beautiful country to behold and its soil is very rich but what the outcome will Claims aro going be is only conjecture up all the while which is an indication that the country i progressing in the We had a fine rain way of agriculture here the JJrd inst which was the first that had fallen hero since hint December Well Spencer Tilda says she would like to havo Tin HmtAinahnut twice a week I want the Campton Reporter to wake up or I will eoino over some of these mornings and snake In in a little All mv Kentucky friends can hear from mo by subscribing for Thk II KtiArn It will only cost you a dollar a year when it would cost me a dollar a week besides my time to write to all who have requested me to write to them Â¬ Â¬ lf with their rentiest through your valuablo paper for I t link that overy household Eastern Kentucky ought to have a iu conv of Tin Hkiiam in it Several of my old Kentucky menus promised me that they would tako it if 1 would write and keep them posted how the Kentucky colony were progressing in tho far West Wo left Torrent Station on the istiust and arrived safely in Quanah Texas on the iird It was a wearisome trip for our Wo traveled women and littlochildreu We saw peach and tho Southern route plu in trees in bloom and peas half leg nigh as we passed through Mississippi Wo crossed the Mississippi ltiver at Vicksburg and passed through Jackson the Capital of tho State Wo found the climate of Northwest Texas qui to different to that of Mississippi and Louisiana Â¬ them I tako Huh method of complying Ezel March 28 02 RlUUT STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW George W Robb n well known farmer of Woodford county died at Duckcrs two-aud-- a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Station Friday The Stato Senate lias confirmed the nomination of Joel S Head as Steward of the Feeble Minded Institute at Frank- Â¬ fort Rourbou ox Confederates have organ ized with tlio view of entertaining the Orphan Urigado at Paris in September next Gov Drown has pardoned Henry Rob erts sent from Lewis county fourteen years ago for manslaughter on a life sen tence A D Stratton a Government storekeeper was found dead in bed at G las go v Friday morning Heart failure sup posed to bo the cause Two several warrants were issued at Paris Friday for C C Moore editor of the Dlue Grass Rladc and it is said that other warrants will follow Robert Eld ridge a butcher shot and killed Jesso Davis at Somerset Friday The trouble originated over a 3 meat bill which the latter owed the former Congressman Caruthof the Louisville District has been invited to make a few speeches to the Democrats of Rhode Isl- Â¬ and and hopes to be able to accept the invitation Congressman Pavnter savs he is not satisfied with the 50000 allowed for the dam at Louisa on the Rig Sandy and thinks the appropriation should and will be increased to 75000 Dean Cassell a carpenter whilo working on the wheel of the steamer Marv L Hatcher at the Cutlcttsburg wharf Fri day fell overboard and was drowned the current of the Dig Sandy carrying him down before he could be rescued Henry Fykes who had some notoriety as a guerilla during the war on Friday cut the throat of a painter mimed Carr at Alexander in Allen county He boasted that if Carr should die he would increase the list of those he had killed to twenty live He was placed in Scotts ville jail Â¬ Curry a complete line of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Dress Goods Gents Clothing Jioots Shoes lints Patent Modi ernes Saddles Harness etc and sell FOR CASH at prices r lower than ever before seen in Hazel Green All o oods guaranteed as represented or money refunded WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING Â¬ CATLETTSBURC KY Tho Lnrgoat Drug House in tho Ohio Volley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES thnt nro Sold by tho Dozen 10000 Square Foot of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed jtO bole proprietors of the famous Sole proprietors of the rcnowned tW - r a a T ninuuu MunbT uuhuial i v wii DRUGGISTS i jThe only remedy that Â¬ Â¬ lute pinrnntre to euro all ruins and Aches Cramps and Colie Diarrluua Dys entery ete Isud internally and exter nally me nest lluimeut in the world Li TKXTS is sold on an nbso Â¬ Aremuilv will lu X For the permanent euro of Pains in tin naeK n mi an uisonirrs ot tiu k iiimvi and rrlnary Organs Thousands of ecrJ tllieates of those who lmvi ni il tliU Niwit BSrFoit Saw o40ooewot and Coitntjiy Stokih Kykiiywiikiie iy Stokks Dituo PRICK 100 mi utiiilliMitini HBI Do You Need Money If so you ennpet something better than dollars from us The comiiletion of the K U R R to Jackson has out us oil from a large wholesale trade heretofore had by us in several counties east and left on our bauds an immense stock of goods which wo are compelled to unload and in order to do so we are determined to make prices do the work prices which will make our patrons happy and make competition howl We oiler to Country Merchants extra Inducements and guar Â¬ antee to them lower prices than they ever got before Wo are overlooked and must unload Remember we will duplicate any bill with freights added either wholesale or retail east or west north or south tip hill or down We are now receiving such lines bought for cash at bottom bargains as will fill every depait ment New fresh seasonable choice and cheap We can astonish you with Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ covered with goods at half prices As the prices we name merely give us a chance to get our money out of the goods we cannot allbrd credit Hoods will be sold for cash only or country produce live stock and chool claims taken in exchange We have opened a new department under the charge of Miss Laura Rawlingand Miss Lulu Day which is fully stocked with line Millinery Notions LadiesFurnishing Goods Wall Paper Carpets and Oil Cloths School Hooks and Supplies Pictures and Frames etc etc Mis Rawlings is a thoroughly competent Milliner and Dress Maker and we oiler you a City Stock to select fioiii You can get as line and stylish Millinery and Dresses here as anywhere and at the very lowest prices Yours etc - - Â¬ OT- WOLFE COUNTY DEMOCRACY Instructs for Joe M Kotiditll for Cull grcH - T HAZEL GREEN I AY cfc CO KENTUCKY 1 Â¬ Â¬ At a mass meeting of tlio Democracy of Wolfe County held in the town of Campton on March 25 1892 J C Ly GOODS kins explained the object of the meeting and on motion siid Lykins was made permanent Chairman and Dr JoVn A Taulbee Secretary On motion the Chairman appointed tlio following Committee on Resolutions viz J M Knsh John Cox John U CAMPTON KENTUCKY Pieratt John II Terrill J N Roe W To the People Are von tlnd of paying old accounts and long prices and do ou A Dyrd W T Oliver W D Dull and want to find a place where vou can buv goods with no loss of time AT PHICKH TlfAT A F Dyrd who reported the following DKFY COMPETITION and where you will not he eh urged wit h the loss that follows u Whereas There is a vacancy in the Tenth credit system If so call on me and I will use everv ellort in my power to make out NEW HOUSE NEW NEW PRICES Dealer in General Merchandise Â¬ Congressional District of Kentucky in the business association both profitable and pleasant With t luniks for your patronage in the Congress of the United States caused by the past and hoping to have a liberal share of the same in future am deatli of the distinguished and honored Most respectfully OFO V HOIMNSON member the Hon J V Kendall therefore be it Resolved M Thk Indianapolis Sontinol is responsi Â¬ ble for tho assortiotwthat soventy iive per cent of tho Indiana Democrats favor Mr Cleveland for President and with Gray out of tho fight ninety per cent aro for him It theroforo appeals to Gov Gray to withdraw in favor of Cloveland Tjik Sit Sterling Journal after a sleep of soveral weeks again makes it scmi wcokly visitH to our sanctum and overy issue is filled to overflowing with inter esting items of nowa It will win success because it desorves it - Â¬ Tn is pastor of a church at Knox Ind was waited upon by a committco of his ilook and told that ho must shave oil his moustache or resign lie resigned Pink Vakmj tho voteran Ohio Falls pliot wasstrickon with paralysis Satur day whilo taking tho tow boat John A Wood over the falls MMMfMMIIIIIIUII That we llnd in ihe person of Kendall of the county of Floyd a man ami a true Democrat honest and com petent to till the sent made vacant bv the death of his lamented fnther and we hearMil J I Cask flllckorv 3rovo Farm homo Itucinc Wis says Alter trying tily declare Joe M Kendall to be our uiittni every known remedy 1 removed n largo liunch moiiH choice to till said vacancy and that or two yeurs statuiing rroin n j year oia uuy m the following persons to wit John II Terwith thrco applications of V A Ilvrd William rill A It IAiidruin L Ihhii J N Rose W II Dull Iy i kins A F Ilvrd Jonas Yiinsaut J II Pieratt Dr John A Tuulbee John Cox II F 1 1 Is tho hcstpropiirntlon 1 hnvoovor used or ncara Pieratt C C Hanks S It Smith and J M of I heartily recommend It to ull Horsemen Knsh be appointed delegates to the District Convention to be held at Campton on the We have hundreds cj such testimonials llli day ot April IS2 and said delegates Price 81 AOtior bottle A sic ynurdrtiKiriiit forlt Klio are intruded locust the vote of said county Uoos not ktfp it send usJAo stain ps or sllvi r for trlul liox for the Don Joe M Kendall uud to use all TBADK UAIIK W U KDDY Jfc CO Whitehall N Y honorable means to secure bis nomination and that they be instructed to vote as a unit on all nutters arising in said Convention Resolved That the 1Iaii Chikn HlH All and all other Democratic papers of the district be requested to publish the proceed ings of this Convention undersigned takes pleasure in aunniiiieiiig that they jliuve jui Jooiunleted ai After tho adoption of the above reso- rmirThenuts with thu Ameriean Hook Cuinnanv that will enable him to sell the f hold Hono David lutions the Democracy of Wolfe county hooks adopted t the Slate Hoard of Kdueation at the following redueed rates V Vwas happily entertained by Democratic MctJulleys Siimfl Primer Kays New First Arithmetie Seeond Arithmetie Revised Primer HS M Love Feast speeches by Hon Joo MORGAN COUNTY M Third Arithmetie Keleetiu Speller Knsh A F Dyrd and Lykius r ii Kev to same 17 Kol Involution First Header On motion of II F Pieratt the Con- Â¬ Iliiuli Ailtlimetie ii Kj io Second Header Miss Matilda Quicksall i3 home on a vention adjourned sine die 7i ii Kev toName ij Third Header short visit oC Lykixs Chairman J ii Metiuflevs 1st Feleetie ieocraphv o0 Fourth Header in INI Feleetie eogruphy ii Dr J A TaiLUKK Secretary 7 Row James It Nickel lias been con Â¬ Fifth Header I to iil Keleelie ieotrraidiv ducting a meeting hero since last Friday Ill OlXllltttt the Ameriean Hook Compimv are well kuouu The above sehoobhook publications of Miss Clara Pieratt left last week for a standards and we shall at all times have a full simply on hand lor sale to school olliceis visit to Frankfort accompanied by G D teauhers or pupils at the prices named Other school books published hv the Ameiicaii Swango Hook Coiupauv K17 Walnut Street Cincinnati supplied at eoircsponjiingiv mw prices T DAY It CO llael Oreen Ky Horn on the 22d inst to the wife of Millard Dennis a boy and on the 2Gth chkaplyuihI kxk to tlio wifo of J D Cecil a boy I I 1Mb CUTKDATTHISOFFICF Send your order It would he Just thinks Mr Lisle To honor him well should smile Hut we dont like Chirk countys style And guess shed better wait awhile by R S IDINGFKLDFR And whiii she gets herself in tile Then well help her kettle bile Successors to J A IAll A Co Dr Lockhart last week found on Har KV- wa lan Powors farm about four miles below M bore on Dlackwater a small fiat piece of Wholesale Pcaleis in granite nicely shaped and polished and offectivo Importers and Jobbers of Near ono edge is a small hole which ap mocllolne pears to havo been drilled with a sharp pointed stone It was undoubtedly used It be in cvory by tho Indians or somo pro historic race family for some purpose Ho will donate it to Xos bMx 531 and filltlio SuntluoUDeinocratH curiosity collcc FINK OLD WHISKY A SPFOI AIIY tigu CIGARS AND TOBACCO -- West Main Street Lowoll Some postmaster must have been drunk Agents for Old Piigh Old Pepper Old LOUK VILLE KY or did not care or did not know how to Turr mid Old Tailor Joe Â¬ Â¬ IayWESeeWB ofIiiy-Kye-Soo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ QUINNS OINTMENT Â¬ CHEAPER SGH00X BOOKS i 1 Â¬ JC - 1 Golds and Coughs croup sore throat bronchitis asthma and hoarsonoso cured tho safest most emergency should 1 1 inn rKIIM JUb nniiMTTnin ROBINSON nkatly promptly STRAUGR S0K Â¬ Ayers Cherry Pectoral J 00 TO Â¬ Dr J C Aycr Mass Co - a mumipCT South Altnntle ItultroSul Fasti larger eirotilHtinn In Wolfe Mo rutin m e Kentucky K Ninth Atlantic liuil- - rooelved mill Hreathltt than nil other paper in the KJ lh Ledger Paper Mate and merchants in MtSterlfug Win- - 0d Oompaiiy huvo recorded 111 tin I lb lournal Pnpur v oiintv i htk s outrecncstor juiiiginii IOIIISVIUK mill iiiciii mortgage on iiiiir lMt Letter Paper nati will ilml it Tint must mkmim through road rolling stock and all property np Idli Ioolseap Vapor w hloh to secure Mountain I ruilo pertaining to wild road for 0010000 to Mb Commercial Note Paper lb Legal Note Paper ADVKUTISINU It ATIiS Walter N kcincys and Charles II Homl Lead Pencils Trustees of Now York to secure bonds TKANSllNr Pens An tinIV iiniwi HUM H II blllllirNIMU lllllll 3 111 vs MIIIIMIIU All of the best quality and sold atthe lowest prices We have also a supply of the in finest printers stationery ever seen in Kust Insertion ami 23 cents an inch for uach sub- - ml u furt ur provides minus may uu issneu on encn nine snose ein Kcnttickv includlm Irish linen Atncr- sentient insertion dUentlv constructed until the SH000000 lean linen Old Pernio Ac and will print jbCrAii TtiNsiivr Advkutimnu Mrsr lias been reached What it means is a and furnish it in quantities to suit at the MK PAID IN AIIVANIIC U ilvo this oilice a ca when of conjecture It may be the matter STANIMNO ADVKItTISKMKXIS wrtm PPer or I inch IJ niontliH W SI 10000 in bonds to be issued at once is tt 2 inches IJoO in order to meet the purchase price inches do may be the coinjmny contemplate the I inches IS and o Inches jj oi purchase of the Kentucky Midland conthe 20000 on each mile of road i inches M 01 Liberal rates on larger advertisements structed is for filling in the nip between The Commonwealth of Kentucky hero and Paris via NoVth Middletowu iniiile known on aplieation Ioeal notice to lie interspersed among or it may mean the extension of the K To the Shorills of the Counties of Kl reading matter 10 cents n line with a dis- iv S A This we know ties have been liott Clark Breathitt Kstill Floyd count of 15 per cent where they run month purchased sullieient to make the K S or more A ti broad gauge and it is evident that Johnson Knott Loo Martin Magollin Obituaries tributes of icspeet etc e a iv- 0 something will be done by the Montgomery Morgan Menefee Pike line fount six words to he line mid send money with the manuscript We will witc folks to improve this branch line and Powell and Wolfe make it a great lecder to their main hue ibitmincs anil puhlih at cents a line Whereiis u vacancy exists in the oilier of Marriage and death notices not exceeding which as is iiitiinatcd will in a very t en lines solicited mid published short time lie made into a double track Representative in the Congress of the Fill niu p mits iok Kroriu Auvkutimnu ted States from the Tenth Congressional Mt Sterling Advocate District caused by the death of II011I W IVYAIIIi JfAKTKIIIY ON HKMANI Kendall SIU NCKU COOIMlt Address Now therefore I JOHN YOFNti imoWN TO THE VOTERS llucl lireen Ky ioveriior of the Commonwealth aforesaid r tin Tenth CntiKiissliiit it District issue this m writ ol election and command The counties of Klliott Moigan Mou that von and each of you cause the polls Hobby sou of Ired Day and wife has efee Knott lohusoii and Kloyd so far as to be opened at the several voting places in lever votir respective counties and an election held I have learned have recoininendetl mo as according to law on TIIFItSDAY APRIL The Mt Sterling Journal says Robert the proper person to fill my fathers unSiJ for the election of a ltcpicsontulhc Trimbcll is quite ick expired term in Congress For this evi in the Congress of the Fnited States from dence of their confidence and esteem and the Tenth Congressional District to fill the W KenLou the wife of our colored fellow for the many kind things that have been vacancy caused by the deah of citizen Henry Linden is quite sick said to me and about me I am profoundly dall asaforesaid I IN tkstimony wiiiuioi hae grateful However I am sensible of the caused these letters to be made Robert McLin of Roo Hill Va was tact that this action has been taken not Com - - patent the guest of the Day House this week s much as a personal tribute to myself monwealth to be and the seal of the hereunto allixed Litr its a token ol the alltction ot thepto Done at Frankfort the seventh day of WT Caskey informs us that his rather pie for mv honored father who fell at his March in the vcarof our Lord one thousand I1UO illness IWl ltlillllttl is improving post of duty trying to do something for eiudit hundred and ninety tun ami in the vcarof the Commonwealth the people whose Representative lie was one hundredth JOHN YOFNO IIHOWN Remember that the quarterly meeting I announce my In view of these facts llv the Governor of tlic L Iv Cliureli South begins ax self a candidate to fill my fathers unex John W Hkaiuxy this placo this Friday evening pired term in Congress subject to the Seeietary of State action of the Democratic party Knwo Lien 11 John M Rose purchased of WinCrtiey Assistant Secretary of State Your obedient servant on Wednesilay u handsome road harness JOSKIII M Kkvpaii IJRYAN gelding for which he paid 100 WITH Card of TluinUs Mis V T Swango was quite sick du H khaid KniTou Please allow me ling last and a part of this week but we through the columns of your valuable are glad to know she is now better paper to thank the good people of Hazel Crcen for the many kindnesses extended Carrie the little daughter of John M to my family during my late illness and Rose and wife has been quite sick with absence in tlieasylumaud to assure them lever for several days but is now better that their kindness will ever be remembered with sincere gratitude Happy and content is a home with The RoRespectfully chester a lamp with the light of the morning W W Kisno 1 Hazel Geeen JIekald The Kentucky mj 4 JM 3000000- - A Jinel Clrcun and vicinity can statlonory of any kind they ma v do Wo hnvujust sire by calling at tltH oflleo CltitaiiK of CMire 11 J P I Kit ATT - 11 H F PIERATT nPAIiKRH il J T PlEllATT I ill CO i I M 1 IN r nilcSriK s irAs Sift 1 1 i tioi ino rAa LIVE STOCK COUNTRY PRODUCE i it1 Â¬ l8 Good People Play Progression Buy your goods while they arc cheap and now is the time 1 7- ELECTKW NOTICE and this is our reason Dont- you merely for the way to way to sell - Ve want to buy more goods Â¬ 11 - duce is business Wo are not in business pleasure nor for health but for tlio profit and make it profitable is to sell everybody And jtho everybody is to sell cheaper than anybody And that is what we are going to do for Cash or Country Pro- Â¬ see that or nil of your note or account Very respectfully to our until we are 0BPWc lnivo extended the Credit System who owe us tocompelled and eloso part F hooks and wo respectfully ask those come in pay Trusting you will heed this wo remain o II F 1UERATT Ai CO FEDER 113 WIIOLKSALF SILBERBERG sjtpt t ew hi im rf r giOfa M m 1BJI iii IB H J iii K hnnv ih -MfniSS im WW SmLJA 7iJV l A m I CO V-- Â¬ Â¬ 1 MB W Third Street H CINCINNATI O 1 Â¬ 1 sil Represented by W fa Wr iU t -l t iim XT juurno liWrtlltll IMlk k CILLIS Â¬ THE NEW WEBSTER Â¬ Â¬ WEBSTERS INTERNATIONAL R1I PEARSONCLARK WIIOIKSAIK DICTIONARY GOLD DUST This combined young stallion will make the season of 1812 at our stables in llael ircen Kv and will serve mares at TKN DOLLARS TO INSlKF A LIVINO COLT money due when the mare foals with a lieu on fit until the money is paid or if the mare Is parted with or bred to another horse the money is then due PKSCIUITION AND IKPIUltKK 7 years old the 28th day of haiidshigh a beautiful chestnut with star and white hind feet beautiful is power styic nan action inane and tail arc unsurpassed He was sired by Senator niaekburn he hy Dlllard Dudley he by John Dlllard tbegrandsirc of Phil Thomp son record 2 11 Kric MeCloud and Nick His dam was with records better than 22 sired bv the Phillips horse the sire of lllue Jeans he bv Oen Taylor ve Also at tliu same stables will be found the elegantly bred young trotting Stallion Kc eilltori nnd Ilosetfrom Cover to Cover OF THE TIMES 1ULLY ADREAST A GRAND INVESTMENT for every Finally nnd School Â¬ ffi 14 WEST MAIN ST 12 For Su in or Kent and D H May and Harry Acres of Lund Ki cleared good o room Jones request us to state that they wifl duelling good barn ami necessary outLKXINCiTON KY be here on next sales day to purchase buildings Liberal terms Call on or ad dress J M OUVKItIlt cattle Frenehburg Ky CO J T Day has just returned from CinBelow is the vote of the dillcrent coun cinnati where he purchased an elegant WMOIKSVIK niVIKItS IX stock of goods on which he will give the ties in the State Senatorial contest HargiN Prater public special prices Look out foi his MIS r Hrcathitt new advertisement next week Magolliii tM 771 7i The Hazel Green Academy under the Morgan i Me lie IV Mi JM management of Prof Win II Cord is Powell L7S 1S2 in a very prosperous condition 2- J Some lw j WO thing over forty teachers are now in at IoIiiimhi Third Uuee and Fiiion Sis 171 Wolfe 110 tendance Clay City Chronicle CINCINNATI O We earrv the goods that will suit vour Total JUKI il8 Hrownlow Jamison of Heattyvillc was trade and our prices are T1IK LOWKSt Hargis majority lOS a guest of the Day House Monday night Special attention to mail orders He was en route home from Salycrsville Wanted wheither he had gone- as ShorhT of Lee Oi e hiiiitlreil tennis wanted to lofj county to compare the vote in the Sena- the K lT railroad hetween Jackson alonir and torial race Clay City For particulars address tt Cut Price House Fioyh Day Clav City Kv Dr Taulhee reports P X Day still very low with rheumatism Also horn jT JlGo H57 HACK STKKKT The Democrat of this county held a to the wife of Andrew Hlankenhip a CINCINNATI OHIO beautiful cirl Panola Foutella To the convention at tho Court house this afternoon which as usual was not very har wife of Noah Collins a boy William FNDKUWKAK SHAWLS 1IOSI- monious It was a meeting of tho friends Zachariah Taylor South Collins BUY SLOVFS HLANKFTS SIS- of tho rural candidate do M Kendall PKNDKItS and all kinds of small Tho disciple of Faust now employed on of Floyd and MCLUloof Clark The wares and other goods in Notion and Tin Hniuiii returns many thanks to crowd was for Kendall by a handsome Furnishing ioods Line Mrs Surah A Cooper the genial whole majority but tho tricks of accomplished O Fiiiik II Co souled wife of the proprietor for the politicians prevailed and tho result is to no determined by a primary election next 100 Church Stieet New York Mimptuous repast given in honor of his attention to mail orders Thursday Mt Sterling Journal of Satbirth day on Monday evening last J orcatitUcne write Rochttttr LatjGo AVw ok Messrs II II Â¬ iOLI DUST is May IS2 11 Â¬ Tho Authentic WchsttriilInnbrlilBfHl coinprlslnt laHiicaof 1804 nil still copyrighted Iiub been thoroiiKhly revised mill enlurgrd imdnr the mipci vUloit of Noah lortrr 11 1 1 I of Vale Inlvcrslty and n u dlstliiRitUliIni title hears tho name Tllellonnry 70 Hint Hi Â¬ LOOK STIX 1 1 Â¬ ten years uioro than tv hundred rdllo rlnl Inhnrarn being enijiloycdnnd over 9100000 expended beforo tho first m copy an The work International Dictionary over occupied of revision printed COLO DY ALL DOOKSCLLCRB WEBSTERS L- Dry Goods notions c - Â¬ POST BOY JR Who will serve a limited number of ap proved niaies at TKN DOLLAItS TO IN SFHK A LIVINfJ COLT on same terms as Â¬ Pamphlet sent fieo by tho publishers n die tlonniy ns photORrnphlu reprints of tin obso I to nnil eouipitrntively wortblcsn edition of Webster nro Isdng tnnrketed uiulrr various iinmes nnd often by misrepresentation Caution ii needed la uirclmMng Tho International which beam Imprint of 2 C MKllItlAI CO Publishers Hprluellclil Man U n A GET THE DECT 1 above MWCItllTlOX AND PIMIKIIlKi - Â¬ H G FEDER sO Â¬ Â¬ C 2 Fuustino 2211 Honnie Wilinore Derby 222 V Hlaeberrv 221 u and a number of others in the 2110 li t lOST HOY IK is a beautiful chestnut with 110 marks 7 ears inches high old May lttli I8I2 li hands and gives promNe of being heard from in the future among troliers Any one who is familiar with Shiners Post Hoy will readily rceogniii Post Hoy Jr And last but not least will be found at the same stables the well known and highly appreciated JACK Sister POST HOY J It was sired by Post Hoy record 22l he bv Magic sire of Cleminie fi 2 li Alice Stoner 221 Mvstcrv 22l Ac dam Mollie Finery sired bv Strathmorc sire of Santa Clans 217 Tucker 211 Cricket 210 AdonN2 11 V Semicolon 21 V 2 20 Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY 10000 218V Iiimmicr 2111 Charles Capital J M G I 200000 SuiiiLUs IIMnSTAIM TFreuVnt Vice President THOMSON Cashier Â¬ KIRKIWTItlCK W W We respectfully solicit the business of mer chants limners traders and business men generally throughout Kasteru Kentucky A general banking business done Jive us chance to scud you a bank hook nay your checks and loan you nionev when in need W Thompson Cash 11 Â¬ urday The sidewalk leading from tho Chris WOLFE COUNTY tian Church to Main street is so badly uiuptoM tirreney deformed that pedestrians from the north end of town having shopping to do are T J Swim who has been lying just 011 the not cctnin as to whether they will land verve of the grave for some time is some what better at the post oilice or in West Liberty Several new advertisements in this i sue II it Fcder Louis Sttx Co Fcder Silberbcrg C Cincinnati and Pearson Clark Lexington Ky Space forbids mention of them in detail this week but wo will have something more to say of them next week Do not fail to keep in mind that Ash land Park IxxingtonKy can furnish the best trotting horse blond in the State and tho fortunes now being made by breeding for tho best trotters should in duco our farmers to raise a class of horses that bring money Writo to Mr Trcaey about tho matter RgS 1 A KATUIlAIi REMEDY FOB GEN JOHN MORGAN Who will serve marcs at TKN DOLLARS TO INSFHK A LI VINCI COLT 011 same terms as above described This Jack has no superior as a good breeder are will lie taken to prevent accidents but we will not he rcsiioiisiblesliouhl nnv oc- Trimble Bros WHOLESALE Â¬ Â¬ Iloso Dollusk of this place liavo jtint completed an advertising wagon for Ieets Bros show that would be harJ to boat in any of the large cities Indeed wo doubt if a bettor one could bo built anywhere They are now runniiip an extra forgo in the blackmithiiig departSlrrinlkMor who moved from 8111- ment which is engineered by David dames water this county a few years ago to the State of Illinois is now a citieu of Camp- Klders las Young of Madison count v ton He returned only a few day ago HoimiicI M Downing of West Liberty lost his w He and one of his daughters while preached at tho Christian Church Wed mere ami 11 iiroveu 10 uu vrry iiiintiuuiy Iln uiiim country lor lilmseii anil finiifli nest a v 11m T biirr uv nicbtu nnl lirench tniiiibt nfior u liioli lnv u SII m tliitl all may go West who choose hut he Is 11 Â¬ Â¬ t Yesterday was tuoviiu day in town Not one nets out of town hut tine will move out and another move in J It IIollou liasJiiNt returned from a trip to Hath county where he went 011 liusinos lie reports auenjoyable trip From all reports Joe M Kendall is in the load in the Congressional contest Mr LMe will however make It lively for him Hurrah for Kendall Jonas Vitusant our ellicient Circuit Court Clerk is at West Liberty this week 011 busi uess Mr Vaiisant Is a young man of good htisiucsr ipuilitlcatioiix and N making us one of the best clerks the eoiuiiy bus ever had In his absence Mrs Yansiiut attends to the business of the oilice Porter Steele is now employed bv J It IIollou as Deputy County Court Clerk Mr uie oince lie is mccic worKs regularly a young man of good education good mor nls and has taken up the study of the law with the view of making the law y life pro- He has before lilin a bright future ft sloii and if he should fall to distinguish himself as a man of the world his IrlcuiU uill be 8Sfi cur JT DAYtO aR08EirbeBUSKJ lKAOTICAlj Â¬ Epileptic Fits Falling Sickness Hyster- Â¬ MT STEULINO KY Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers ics St Vitus Dance NerTotisucss rfCoiislgnniuntH of produce and tho HAZRL IKKKN KY Uypochondrla Melancholia In patronage of Mountain Merchants respeel Hlaeksmlthing of all kinds solicited and niiiy solicited cbrlly Sleeplessness Diz- Â¬ JeHly work promptlv done We make a specialty of building 2 horse wagons and guarantee ziness Drain and Spl H Sharp Hruee Trimble T 0 Denton all work nal Weakness All ulin are indebted to the NOTICK lirm or either of us for work must come SHARP TRIMBLE DENTON and settle and cash or satisfactory terms will This modlelno hns direct action upon be demanded for all work done hereafter MT STKULINd KY Thanking you for past patronage and so tho norvo centers allaying all Irritabili- Â¬ liciting a continuance of the snine wo arc ties and Increasing tho How and power ITnvo now a coiupluto line of JlOSK DkIIFSK Of norvo fluid It Is perfectly hnrmlnsn respectfully ani eavo3 no unpleasant effects Clothing Hats Boots Shoes 1 Â¬ BE I rnfrft Si t oSBRS SSSSi1 cn M obuio ud fH f f- HiU poor putlenta of chnrnB WINCHESTER ineUldnB free I HUB11U0 TE 1 ffifllJ32W bytbo WINCMITKIt KY N 1 TTV - rrir8Us175 It J p LQCKIIAHT KOENIC MED OO Chlcgo III Soul br DrnrgUta at 81 per Bottle eftarSB II WITIIKIISlOON U II LNTKlt Cashier Iresldeiit miTZ Hn MAUlJN - 6IIotUesfor0 - 11 Paid up CiipitnT 20000000 Surphw SGOOOOM oungoods and guaranteo m cos satistaetorj and articles as recommended v iiv 1 02IBL UJbiJMTlbT KZKL WWM v ami tiuilav urtiriiiuir Ihcv will also preach at Daysborougli on Sunday t j 1 cunptou March mtlirii 10 2 Hitouti it This Hank solicits tho accounts of mer iihants farmers traders and Inisiness men generally throughout Kiutern Kentucky and oilers Its custoniers every facility ami WHOLESALE DIIY GOODS t NOTIONS HOOTS H J OKS the most liberal terms within the limits of KY legitimate banking CATIJCTTSIllIKi KY fe01y octlly D H CARPENTER 1 with i v Hazel Green Herald inMCatJt GOCMPMt X PiMUrtr KAZXL GXKlir t t KT Yes and Blatchford ought to have I think holl been horu yesterday IIo telegraphed como to day surely mo that ho was on tho way long aIkp4 him there mwcok as I coald held him down for a Tho dny drops anchor In tho west The far horizon crimson dyod Ucurs not a cloud upon Its breast With silvery chlmo or tlnltllntr bolls The cows come slowly wending home Kncc dcop they wndo through grassy dells Their dripping dowlaps flecked with foam EVENTIDE At eventide at eventide Holl probably get hero to night then and all wo can do Is to wait Wo must Yes wait and watch At cvcntldo at cvcntldo Tho young moon shows his sllvor horn Tho noiseless bat enmes forth to Rlldo Above tho fields of rustling corn Tho owl bestirs bim from bis sloep And lilts abroad with muffled wing While from tho vale whero shadows croep The whlppoorwllls 80ft numbers ring At cvcntldo nt eventide Tho glittering fireflies ono by one Swing tiny lanterns far and wldo To tell tho beauteous day is dona The daisy shuts her starry eye The tuneful woodblrd socks bis nest While evening croons hor lullaby And rocks tho woary world to rost Helen Whitney Clark In Good Housekeeping somewhere about town Then wo had better look him up The two men went out and began a quiet unostentatious search for Pear- Â¬ son and they kept it up until they had assured themselves perfectly that ho was nowhero about Thero had been no train out of town that afternoon so they knew ho had not gono away by find Pearson and keep an oyo on hlra You havo no Idea whero ho has gone Not tho least but ho Is no doubt rail Af tcr considering tho matter for a few minutes they decided to inquire at tho stables anif from the first ono they visited they learned that Pearson had got a horse and rode out in tho country Hes gone to Greens said Scraggs Id bet a sheepskin on that Yes hes gone to Greens r6pllcd Hes got the tho doctor despairingly best of us after all but Maybe ho has said Scraggs woll see CHAPTER XXV SOME COUNTEU PLOTTINO vi stopy oFtepf life lteWVP jftelTFflRL CHAPTER XXIV CONTINUDD Dr Bascom was assiduous in his at- Â¬ tentions to Pearson and every day called to sec him He made it a point to speak of the caso most seriously and his face was always grave and thought- Â¬ ful when ho was in his patients pres- Â¬ ence Do you think I am in a sorious con- Â¬ Pearson asked one day dition Oh not particularly so the doctor You will bo up and about in replied a few weeks A few weeks Pearson repeated Cant I get about soon- Â¬ with a groan er than that Well that depends young man you keep perfectly quiet and lay flat on your back for ten days or such a matter you may be able to get out a little earlier Two or three days passed thus when orc evening tho doctor made his regular visit to find Pearson in a terrible fret lie has been wanting to get up all and I day the attendant explained have had hard work to keep him in bed If tho doctor Wanting to got up Why whats cried in astonishment come over you Pearson Pearson Im tired of lying here said and I want to get out My limb feels all right now Does eh Do you think it is all right feels It feels as though it must be I believe It Is The doctor laughed heartily then said See here Pearson do you know how long it takes a broken limb to heal Dont matter anything about how it The question is is it all right chances on having a relapse During tho next two days the doctor managed to spend a great part of his time with his patient resolved to-- Jcccp him in bed if ho had to do it by force Well it takes weeks You must lay right thero for a long timo yet And must yon turning to tho attendant bee that he docs Tho soreness is leaving his limb and he is getting on splendid ly and we cant afford to take any Â¬ Pearson had Indeed gone to Greens Never for a moment during all thoso days that Dr Bascom kept him in bed had thoughts of Louise escaped him Besides he was haunted with a terrible fear no had tho uneasiness natural to a guilty conscience and every hour he was in dread lest his purpose and actions leak out and become public Not only was ho in fear of losing Louise but a greater calamity over- Â¬ hung him He had discounted to an eastern speculator all of tho farm mortgages held by tho Buckoyo Loan and Trust Company and had tho pro- Â¬ ceeds then in his pocket In going away with Louiso he had arranged to take thousands of dollars of Blatch- Â¬ fords money During his confinement he was weighed down with the fear that this embezzlement should be discovered and himself apprehended Every day this fear grew stronger upon him until at last he felt certain that the secret must come out and lie resolved to lie still no longer So sending his attendant away he arose from his bed and was surprised to find his limb intact With a curse on the doctor whom he put down as an ignoramus he hurried from tho room and was soon on his way to John Greens house Thank my stars he muttered as he cantered across the prairie I am not too late yet I have only to give Louise notice fco bo ready and to night drive out for her and inside of six hours we shall be rolling to the west- Â¬ ward as fast as steam can take us Louise had of course been Informed of Pearsons misfortune Pearson through his friend Mills had taken pains to keep her informed on his con- Â¬ dition and sh was aware that ho would come again soon to claim her an Â¬ swer to his question So she waited day after day with calm resignation for the timo to come for tho completion of hor misery nnd shnmo When Pearson reached Greens Louise received him quietly and whatever her feelings were she had mastered them so well that she betrayed no emotion either of sorrow or pleasure Louise I have at last come to learn your decision Pearson said when they I have given you more were alono timo than I promised and I suppose you have your answer ready I have she replied quietly Then to night bo ready for going away I shall come at a couple of hours after dark with a closed carriage and by moving promptly and losing no timo we can catch the night train west nnd before ourcseapado becomes known wo will be far from here You under Â¬ stand that there must bo no dolay Yes And you will goo Yes And it is As you wish Yo fall aw to nlgfat fa fwrtlwaUw and your father will fay for Ji I shall not fall yon Louisa replied in tho same calm tono and manner I havo decided to follow your wishes and I shall not turn back Havo no fears of mo Very well then Bo ready for my coming at eight to night and then for tho far west and a happy life happy at least for me ho added under his Good by for a few hours breath Tho sun was not high as Pearson gal- Â¬ loped back toward Magic City but hung suspended in tho distant western sky but a llttlo wny above tho edgo of the earth no timo to loso Thero 3 ho as ho rode swiftly on mused and I must move rapidly to mako con- Â¬ nections all around I havo my ar-Â¬ rangements well fixed thank goodness so there need be no delay Ive got old Blatchfords money all safe here in my pocket and our tickets for tho train are there too The carriage Is arranged for and I have n driver who knows what is expected of him and who can bo depended on so there will be no troublo on that score Then tho man who is to officiate as a clergy Â¬ man and go through the part of marrying us is all right nnd can bo depended on for promptness Ive got everything in ship shape and will como out successfully notwithstanding the delay catised by old Bascoms want of sense Bah tho Idea of a man prac Â¬ ticing medicine when he hasnt senso enough to know whether or not a limb i fe laykiiff oni tn though sob Oberlln college recently recolved a bequostof 91000 from the late William Mr SeraggR Paul began I am ac quainted with your actions relative to B Spoonor Tho Moscow missionary socloty Louiso Grcon and that scoundrel Pear son and I know you to bo a friend oi aurnbors 12000 membors nnd receives tho girl and I came to consult you about llBO000 annually Tho stock dlvldond of twenty por her Something has to bo done to save her from that scoundrel and it cont recontly declared by tho Baltihas to bo dono promptly I havo been more A Ohio Railroad Co will net to on tho watch and I havo had another tho Johns Hopkins university about person on guard for mo nnd between 900000 us wo havo discovered exactly how Tho oxtenBivo collection of mani matters stand To night Pearson is go kins skeletons and modols of coming to tnko Louiso away and wo must parative anatomy valued at 810000 prevent him belonging to tho late Dr J M Wiottng lone th pressaM of both ho had come to see Scraggs SCHOOL AND CHURCH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I was suro of that said Scraggs to the doctor I was afraid of it replied tho lat- Â¬ I wish to Heaven tho confounded ter scamp had got a leg broken Yes said Scraggs or his neck would have been better I dont see why you didnt attend to that while you were about it Markham But gentlemen said Paul wo havo no timo to lose wo must act and of Syracuse Thats so replied tho doctor wo must act we must do something Scraggs what do you suggest I am lost and Scraggs shook his head doubtingly I dont know what to do We could save the girl by force but we cant do it without putting Green in for it I wish old Blatchford was here That would settle the busiÂ¬ not talk ness in short order Perhaps the doctor suggested Perhaps ho will como this evening replied Scraggs hardly dare hope for such good but I for- Â¬ 1 f W that thero Is none rSHljSfe T1IK UUUlOTt TAUOHKD -- But Then I suppose that Is all and as Pearson spoke he arose as If to go but suddenly stopplngcamc ovor to the girls side and said t Since you are so soon to be mine Louise you cannot object to mo kiss Â¬ ing you Here just onco bofore I go No no no she cried as she drow herself back from him Spare mo that ploaso do IIKAllUlT Yetrfncd Uo repaired Immediately to Pears jns room and found Pqarson gone and tho attendant sturing about in wonder Wheres iny patient tho doctor de Â¬ manded I dont Vnow Bald tho attendant He sent mo out a few minutes sineo on an errand and when I roturucd just t6yn and It was nearly night when ho the next day ho was called out of oow ho wuh gone Tho dovlll exclaimed the doctor tearing out of tho room and off to Scraggs offlco and astonishing that gentleman by bursting In on hlra with v -- tho devils out What dcvir asked Scruggs Why Peurson man NVhatr uried fcraggs Is ho out Sci HgHiv of bed Yes uud gutio The tievll And Blatchford lias not i in afraid luU boat us iohh yit r Hiyt a Humph Pearson muttered youll have to get used to that pretty soon now and you might as well bogln one time as another Do you think I will lot you shun me ns you would a snake when you are my own No no but spuro mo now I havo consented to give myself to you to- Â¬ night From thenceforward I am yours but to day let mo be frco It Is not much I ask and you will suroly grant so small n request Ah yes I supposo so Pearson re Â¬ plied with tt course laugh Be your own mistress to day for after this you nra mlno Ho ready at eight to night and moot mo at tho fenco below tho stablo yard Very woll Louiso said this so calml and so t rocly that Pearson was constrained to gase at her in wonder und as ho watched her quiot immovablo countenance ho began to lMbt hor intentions Look here Louiso ho said I want you to boar In ralnd that I nra in etrn est and that I will brook no fooltahnesa L J 1 no time to lose is broken By George if I was in a position to do so I would sue the old fool for malpractice but I cant bother about that now Louise and f orty thou- Â¬ sand dollars of Blatchfords money safely in my possession is pay enough for all the inconvenience I have suf- Â¬ fered By Jove though I did get terri- Â¬ bly worked up yesterday over this af Â¬ fair 1 was afraid old Scraggs would get wind of matters and telegraph to Blatchford and get him out here and I knew If he did it would be all day with me But that fears past now and Ive got clear sailing Thus confident of tho final and com- Â¬ plete success of his plans Pearson con- Â¬ tinued his way in high spirits congrat Â¬ ulating himself on the clever manner in which he had worked his schemes and felicitating himself on the bright prospects the future opened up before him Louise in the meantime set about the preparations it was necessary she should make for going away There was not much to do aside from writing a letter to her parents which was to bo sent back to them on the morrow from Magic City But writing this letter re- Â¬ quired a long time since it was hard to word it so as to make the shock as light as possible to those loved ones sho was leaving Sho wished to make her conduct appear to them in tho most favorable light yet she could not in- Â¬ form them thut sho had taken the step to save her father from state prison She realized that tho knowledge of her sacrifice being mado for his sake would be a bitterer source of regrot to her fa Â¬ ther than a term In prison For near two hours sho wrote and re Â¬ wrote letters and at last for want of more time sigmul and scaled tho last one produced It was far from satis Â¬ factory but sho gave up all hopo of mak Â¬ ing her conduct appear excusable to her parents without explaining tho cause of tt and resolved not to do thnt It is better she said with a sigh as sho placed tho letter away that I bear the blame If poor papa knew how I was driven to this action ho would never foreivo himself and would die of a broken heart but as It is they will pity me nnd mourn for mo and perhaps think much worse of mo than I deserve but they will live over it Having completed all her arrange- Â¬ ments Louiso wont In and undor a pretenso of performing somo servico for her mother found au opportunity to kiss botl her parents and then feel- Â¬ ing that she was going to break down hurried from tho room never tus she supposed to enter It again She seated herself by tho llttlo window and gaz Â¬ ing out into tho gathering ovoning shadows waited for tho coming of Pearson When Sorwcvs and Dr Bjiscom loft the livery stable whither they wont to inquire uftor Pearson thoy bent their steps toward Scraggs offlco whero they decided to go to consult on tho affair and try to dovlso somo moans of hold Â¬ ing Pearson In check When thoy ar rived at tho offlco they found Pnul Mark ham thore awaiting Scraggs rttirni Paul wasquito well acquainted with both Scraggs and tho doctor and ho knew what their sontimonta were toÂ¬ ward Pearson so ha had no hesitancy mpf theres tune Then Ill tell you what said tho doctor well wait until the train comes in 4It will be less thannn hour now and if Blatchford should happen to como were done with the matter easily enough and if Blatchford dont come by George well proceed against Pearson by force Well waylay him as he goes out to night and threaten to shoot or hang him if ho doesnt leave the country inside of six hours Well do it doctor Scraggs exclaimed and well mean business too I can get up a dozen men on five minutes notice to go with us and you may bet your boots well not be slow about giving the deuced scamp a dose of western law and iustico if ho dont come to time in a hurry that said Paul Im afraid wouldnt save John Green from Mills vengeance Yes it would promptly replied the old doctor It wouldnt take us long to serve Mills with a dose of the same kind of medicine if he got to cutting around too much said Thats what it wouldnt The country wouldnt be Scraggs AMONG THE JAPANESE any the worse off if it was rid of both of them So A Happy Trait of tho Natives f tho Mow Not a bit said tho doctor cry Kingdom well wait for the train and if BlatchAs a people the Japanese are very ford dont como woll take the mattei fond i of flowers says Edwin Arnold in our own hands One sees flowers everywhere but not CIIAPTiSR XXVL arranged as in western countries In Tnr sEniENT is thwarted fact the Japanese who have teachers As Pearson rode into town on his re- and colleges for tho purposo of artistic turn from Greens he saw tho train handling of this subject of floral deco- Â¬ from the east approaching and he also ration would tell an American audience saw Scraggs and Doctor Bascom walk that it knew nothing at all about ar Â¬ ing down in the direction of the depot ranging flowers Never mass your He did not attach any importance tj blossoms A Japanese artist decorates tho fact of these men being together a room with a whole bunch of chorry but when a moment later thoy were blossoms setuneauite asmuenstoro ov joined by Paul Markham he began to the leaves as by the flowers thomselvcs suspicion that something was wrong But the true charm of Japan lies in tho nnd ho was seized with fear people Thoy have borrowed from tho Thoyro plotting against me ho Chinese a certain habit of deferenco mused and like as not old Scraggs has and respect for parents and old age telegraphed for Blatchford and they When a Japanese gentleman asks you are going to the train to meet him By How mnnv are vour honorable vcars George I believe that old doctor is in and you answer Fifty tho natural Scraggs employ and his keoping mo and regular compliment for liim to re-Â¬ in bed all those days was a put up job ply with would be I should Imaglno to gain timo on me I was a fool not to your august years were at least seventy-fknow that sooner Well If Blatchford ive In fact many Japanese womis coming Ive got to be going This en are never happy until old Old age town aint big enough to hold us both has no terrors for the Japanese on ac- Â¬ Pearson quickly dismount count of lack of provision for it Tho With that ed and running down through the stablo son takes care of tho father and Is turned down an alley and crossed the proud to do It So also tho daughter railroad track just before the train does what she can to help her Taking a position on the parents when the latter have grown passed opposite side from the depot he old The result is that all possiwatched tho passengers as they ble is dono for tho children In left tho ears First a traveling Japan children never cry and aro man como out then a woman and nevor scolded Tho youngsters aro two children and it seemed that not mischievous nnd after a residonco that was all and Pearson began to con- in Japan one feels like renouncing the gratulate himself again But his con- doctrine of total depravity Tho Jap gratulations were short lived for di nneso never forbid their children to do rectly another passenyer emerged and certain things they simply toaoh thorn Pearson knew only too well who it was tho Japanese idea that each should do Thero wj no mistaking Blutchford as much as possible for others As a although ho was so aged and bent and result the ordinary Japanese citizen so woefully changed from what ho had gets more happiness and simple enjoy- Â¬ been when Pearson saw him last ment out of lifo In six months than Pearson muttered western peoples do In a year Tho ab Â¬ Curse tho luck and old Scraggs and Bascom The jig sence of horses on the streets makes is up for me Ive got to fly from hero them clean and safe playgroundo for and Ivo lost Louiso but Ive got Blatcli tho children Every third shop iB for fords monoy toys but in spite of that somo of tho So saying ho slipped on board tho frh ls hnvo dolls six hundred or train ns it moved out and was whirled eight hundred years old The houses away from Mnglo City forever which are built or woou ana am TO IIP continued scrupulously cloan nre all on the same plnn and vary only in sizo Thero aro An Flovatlnsr Institution or stoves In tho country and It was in t Vwl far west and somo of no chairs hn forrtltrnnr must learn to sit on the tho citizens woro giving tholr attention floor It is not so difficult a feat how to a man who had been stealing horses ovor when one has learned tho tricK What organization Is that asked I havo sat on my knees for eight or ten an eastorn man us tho crowd passed hours at a stretch at a Japanoso theater Somo sort of a sccrot society and not suffered Still all foreigners Not exactly wis tho reply Thot do not fare so woll for I romembor that stranger Is our village string band at a long stato dinner In the Japanese Washington Post council hall the American consul said to r me after kneeling through sixteen Juwkins Wonder why such a sharp nnnrsni Arnold I can noltlior main old follow nu Cashly didnt leavo a will tain my present position nor have I the Hogg Bevjauso ho didnt want hU power to chango icj vmengo aunc fortune wasted in coustrulBg Ik Puck Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ N Y was presented to tho college of medicine of Syracuse university Whittakers Protestant Episcopal Almanac for 1802 reports a member- ship in tho Episcopal church In the United States of raoU88 Tho clergy number 4108 parishes and missions 5085 and for tho last year the contributions were 1341805334 Tho infirmary building soon to be erected at Princeton collego will bo named for tho wife of Dr McCosh whoso kindly attentions to such students as havo been taken ill at Prince ton won hern high place In tholr regard Harpers Bazar According to the latest statistics to ovcry 100000 Inhabitants there are in Russia 09 professional scholars In Germany 481 in Austria 559 in Italy 513 in France 420 in Belgium 823 in Holland 454 in Sweden 504 men and 52 women in Denmark 471 In Norway 700 In Switzerland 574 New York Press Statistics published by the French minister of public instruction show that there are in France 525 learned societies of which 135 have been officially recognized ns of national importance Of these 525 societies 95 aro historical and social 95 agricultural and horticultural1 medical and pharmaceutical 45 scientific 37 geographical and the rest miscellaneous including photographic statistical and ballooning as- Â¬ sociations Tho distinctive feature of Christian Endeavor movement in the Christian church is loyalty to Jesus Christ There have been great missionary movements thero have been widespread temperance revivals there have been times of large accessions to the churches this is something different It is a move Â¬ ment among the young people All great movements are wrint to start with the young It has spread with great rapidity It is martial and en- Â¬ thusiastic in its tread It is personal and special in its touch It knows but one Master the Divine Jesus Its creed is simple to do ns He did Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ti Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v J f HOME HINT5 AND HELPS cukl there is nothing better than hot Icmomulo taken upon retiring This is Hot Lemonade For breaking up a made by putting the juico of two lem- Â¬ ons in a pint of hot water lloll one minute Sweeten to taste nncl drink ns hot ns possible Ladies Homo Jour- Â¬ nal Deviled Crabs Two cans crabs one cup cream two good tablespoon uls Wor Â¬ cestershire saucepeppor and saltalittlo nutmeg jolksof three hard boiled eggs nnd half a cup cracker crumbs rolled fine Bake In shells cover with crack ur crumbs and dot with butter Har Â¬ pers liazur Bohio llroiled oysters are not troublc if u clear firo can bo secured Drain them from tho liquor slip a half dozen on a silver skewer and turn round nnd round over the coals until a light brown Dip each shower full into hot melted butter lay on a very hot dish and serve with lemon and parsley garnish Old Homestead Stewed Veal Cut a slice of tho cutlet In small pieces season it with pepper salt and If you prefer it a lit- Â¬ tle grated lemon peel nnd nutmeg Pour in as much water ns will nearly cover it let it cook slowly till about half done then make a rich gravy with some pieces of butter rolled in flour and add to the water it was stowed in Boston Budget Lemon Cream Pie Boil one pint of milk add three teaspoonfuls of corn- Â¬ starch when boiling take from the fire beat iti the yolks of four eggs two tablespoonf uls of butter a teucupful of sugar and the juice of two lemons Line deep pie pans with rmst pour in the mixture Buke in a very hot oven and cover the tops with meringue and set in the oven one minute to color Home horse beloaglaf to a grocer bad been severely lajurei How ertr ad how terrible his safferiag must hare been was not fully known till devel Â¬ oped by a post mortem examination Oo tho last morning of the faithful creatures life he heard the whistle sound for seven oclock This was the signal which usually brought his mas Â¬ ter to hnrness him lato tho delivery wagon to commence the work of the day Summoning all his remaining strength ho walked out unbidden and placed himself botween the shafts In a moment or two he dropped dead Force of habit some will say That wc allow But shall not all honor bo conceded to tho dumb animal even whoso habit of right doing Is so strong that though suffering unto death he will strive to respond to its call Dumb Animals Tho time can bo approximate told at night by tho position of the dip- Â¬ per If position of the pointers is taken at any given hour say 0 oclock in the evening in winter time and as soon ns it is dark in tho summer tho hour can thereafter be protty accurate ly measured by tho eye during tho night Frequent observations of posi- Â¬ tions will have to be made at the given hour ns owing to tho constant chang Â¬ ing of the earths position in space the position of the pointers in relation to our point of observation and tho star also change What did Charles havo to say about the theater last night Mr A Not much of anything except that tho house was papered Mrs A Mercy Paper tho house while the per1 formance was going on should been very discourag- Â¬ think it must havo ing Mr A It was to the box office lioston Transcript Mrs A Deafness Cannot bo Cared by local applications ns they cannot reach tho diseased porttou or tho car Thoro is only ono way to euro Deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Denfnoss Is caused by an intlamod condition of this mil cons lining of the Eustachian Tuba When this tube gets inllamcd you liuvo a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed lcufnes is tlm result and uiiIchs the inflammation can bo taken out and this tube restored to its normal condi- Â¬ tion bearing will bo destroyed forever nino cases out of ten aro unused by catarrh whicli Is nothing but an inllamcd condition of the mucous surfaces Wo will givo Ono Hundred Dollars for any case or Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot bo cured by JJalls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free Co Toledo O F J CuuiiNEV KSold by Druggists Too Touching- - laeteleat The Only One Xver JPrlaUa Cau Xea Via the Vfaraf There la a B Inch display advertisement M thla paper this week which has no twe words alike except oeewerd The same ta true of each now one appearing each week from Tho Dr Barter Medicine Co This houso places a Crescent on everything they mako and publish Look for It send them tho name of the word and they will return you book beautiful lithographs or samples free Trn following question la now being dls cussed before tho JJuogtown Debating so Â¬ Can a big muu ache harder than a ciety StcMsQU mEJNHMB AFTER 22 YEARS Newton 111 May 23 1888 i llttloonol m Sheep Ratting la Dakota Is a financial success as is ovldnnced by tho statements made by prominent Da kotlnns in a pnmphlot just Issued by tho Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway oopv of which will bo sent frco upon appli- Â¬ cation to J II Ulland Ocnl Freight A goat Chicago 111 From 1863 to 1885 about 22 years I suffered with rheumatism of the hip I was cured by the use of St T C DODD Jacobs Oil rTmSeleUSIH I wltk Yftttee MaiBtnele and Palnta wktafe atala TlwfutVttfBuB ator4iUea ii8rlffitOef teea Dttnbleaad tfca tosnmw peja a tta or gwM package with etery yurcaaaa lc I li YOUNG MOTHERS tchich Jtnaure tiafcty to Life ef Met her an Vhlta IF LITTLE Wn havo noticed that tho chenpor tho troupers a young man has on tho moro fur bo puts en tho collar anil cutis ot his ovor coau Arkunsuw Traveller Offer Ien s Ucmctty LIVER PILLS MOTHERS FRIEND Hob a Confinement of ita JPafra Horror mf Miink After nlnn one bottle of - Mother Trlend 1 tuff red but Utile pelnaad did nut experience that weeknef afterward utual In euch catutMra ANNlKUAOKLittuarMoJan lMulSUI Bent lir exprein charged prepaid on receipt nf price tM per bottle Boob to Mothers walled free No Safkk Remedt can bo hnd for Coughs and Colds or any troublo of tho Throat Price 25 thnu iirouma Uionchial 2rocA eta Sold only in boxt m Fooo Is Inclined to think that a cocktail Is not an unmixed ovlL lioston Tran script t BR DO ROT QBIFX HOB 8ICXJM Bore enre SICK HEAD ACTIK Impair dlfitteeeeeitU tn Â¬ Pikes Tootuacuo Drops Curolnonomlnuto Pcopie who blow tholr own horns do not always furnish good niuelo for other people m Like Oil Upon Troubled Waters In Halos Honey of Horeholind and Tar upon a cold miADFIKLD REGUIiVTOn ATLANTA OA SOLD UY ALL DRUGGISTS CO IteautlCr ooeaplexlon ay purlijiag blood ruHur Vbuktaul The dote li nlcl tdjuittd to wit eat af on pill eaa errlid In tert Btrbtoomuch each vial contain pockit Ilk pnell lluttneaa mnni gmut ouTnlnt Tkn eaiUr Uaa iBRnr BoiaTnr vber All cnuln good btar OrtKut Bnd S ctnt it amp You gtt M pa book with fiapl ptuoniorpia siaatu Tntyaroete tihu organ rtmort nauit m sibm nuitu tet on jus BeyattidBituuier codq biuoaa norvot d oruern Etubiiia cm uroi Daily action ld HARTER MEOICrttt CO SI Louie Ma on all occa- Â¬ sions under all circumstances for all headÂ¬ aches use Bradyorotiuo only in all places At all times PKETTIrtUT HOOK ET f KVKK IMUNTKU Cheap na dlrf mk BM n VLLH earWAMB na C rICiC broaaadm On wjiat supposition could a pookothnnd kerchief build a house If It became brick cambric A sentimental young bnrbor says tho best of friends must part their hnlr Salvation Oil xuiKS ct Ct pur Illaatrated000000 extra free Catalogue HeaaUfnl H BUUMWAY UtfOkfurd this rarm witiw lit twa Orange Pudding No i Fill the glass dish with layers of orange and banana Make a custard with a pint of milk two eggs leave out one white a little Hour or cornstarch half cupful cf sugar not to make it stiff but a lit- Â¬ tle thicker ndlir tho enstntvl nror tli fruit which should be sweetened The white beaten stiff with four tr blespoonfuls of sugnr can be droppr in spoonfuls over the top Serve very cold Good Housekeeping Meat Loaf Take a quarter of a pound of finely chopped ham two pounds of underdone veal minced fine two ecrgs one half cupful of fine bread crumbs a tablespoonful of melted but- Â¬ ter a seasoning of minced onion licrbs salt and pepper Mix all well and pack closely in a square or brick shaped pan set in a pan of boiling water and cook two hours adding boiling water as the quantity if diminished Let cool in the tin then turn out whole on a platter garnish with sliced pickled beets and parsley Ohio Farmer Midwinter Stylos uP0fRqs HALLS City of Toledo S S Lucas Co State of Ohio Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALLS CATARRH CURE Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1889 What is the difference between a mnn at tho miiRtticud of u ship and the ship itself Tho ship sails over the seas nnd the man sees over tho sails Once a WeeU BEEcnAMs Pills tako tho place of an en tlro medicino chest nnd should be kept or nso In every family U5 cents a box r- - Jcuc Tun course of truo lovo may never run smooth but it ccnorally gets thcro Just tho same N Y World thau his word A -- The prevailing influenza has had its influence on the fashions as Parisl ennes have abandoned the flnring Me Â¬ dici collar in favor of large ruches of velvet or cloth worn close and high about the neck to ward oil la grippe This collarette Is picturesqe and be Â¬ coming when made in full box plaits of fabrics ol two colors as black velvet with u lining of pale rose or of tur quiose cloth or else of green velvet with beige cloth next the face Two shades of one color are also seen in these ruches Others have the inner side entirely of jet with the exterior of velvet or plush while the most novel arrangement is a fur plaiting as a ruche of mole skin lined with black satin and tied with a great bow of black satin ribbon Felix makes a Tam OShanter cap of velvet or cloth and a soft flat muff to wear with the now collarettes There are also large round capes of black velvet serving for the midwinter wrap that are trimmed around the neck with a full gathered collar or ruche finished narrowly on the edges with Russian sable or with mink or chinchilla Harpers Bazar 7 With a politician tho check is mightier Texas Sittings brilliant ball tho meteor Something thnt should bo looked into a microscope An nppcal to tho understanding Wipe your foot Tun baker is busiest when ho Is loaf ing Atlanta JournnL want to ride Horn Ir wishes wero horBCs beggars would In electric cars Puck Pnorin nro senrco who nro satisfied with their next door neighbors religion Rams Puospect op Place Why does a man with n situation in his eye look liko n fool Because ho Is gazing at vacancy Onco a Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant O NOTARIAL SEAL and refreshing to tho taste and acts A W GLEASON NOTARY PUBLIC LUCAS CO O gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses tho sys HALLS tem effectually dispels colds headaches and fevers and cures habitual CATARRH CURE constipation Syrup of Figs is tho IS TAKEN only remedy of its kind over pro- INTERNALLY duced pleasing to tlip tasto nnd acand acts directly ceptable to tho stomach prompt in upon the Blond and mucous surfaces its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from tho most healthy and ngreeablo substances its 1113 St TX3VrO3NriLjriiJBI CO Druggists Uorsc E B WALTHALL HEV H P CAUSON Scotland Dale sayl many excellent qualities commend it Ky of to all and havo mado it tho most Cavo ono tUsuytaltC9 HallB Catarrh Cure cures lyTwo bottlesllttloHalls Catarrh Curo comjIol every It at cured my ulrl CONDUCTOIt E D LOOMIS Detroit Mich popular remedy known J C SIMPSON Marquess W Va sayat says Tho rflext of Halls Catarrh Curo Is Halls Ciiturrh Curo cured mo of n very bad Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c wonderful Wrlto him ubout It case of catarrh and 1 bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who Halls Catarrb Cure Is Sold by all Dealers in Patent Medicines may not havo it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who PRICE CENTS A BOTTLE wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute THE ONLY GENUINE HALLS CATARRH CURE IS CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO MANUFACTURED BY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CATARRH 75 Â¬ Â¬ Weolc 8AN FRANCISCO CAL L0VI3VILLE KY NEW YORK NY Tho prisoner Is discharged JunaE Well begorra I didnt know 01 Prisoner was loaded Texas Sif tings The elephant is nn exceedingly Ill bred animal Ho always turns up his uoso at whatever is given him to cat Tun Boston peoplo havo discovered that is Volapuk for baked bons polculcol beans nnd they aro correspondingly happy A fire Di CHslhg Chlciuiiii make an incision below the breast in jsert the hand and draw tho intestines which is a tedious and useless opera tion unless the fowl is for the roast If for frying or fricassee first remove tho wings then tho legs mako tho incision below tho breast large enough to In- Â¬ sert two fingers hold out tho flesh and cut down to tho back on both sides bend the back over and It will unjolnt cut the remaining flesh and remove the back from tho Intestines Next cut through tho ribs on both sides then pull the neck pleco and the breast apart until unjointcd cut the remaining flesh and tho chicken is drawn and cut up at tho same time It can be prepared for the kettle in this way in hulf the time taken when tho other method is fol Â¬ lowed Rural Now Yorker Â¬ I was taught to draw chickens thus First to remove tho crop which Is done bjr cutting the skin lengthwise over it and peeling it loose draw it out then cold snap An icy nnswer What Is tho only thing A llvo coal that can Hvo In a fancy work Even women who do not fancy work do UNrnncEPENTED TiunE Announcement Tho pig market was qulot Sausage nt wholesale prieo Is dog cheap Texas Slf tlugs Or all tbo thaws I over saw thaw I nover saw a thaw thaw as thla thaw thaws each other by a knock out blow bus Post BOILING WATER OR mind it But if you go on losing for some time or lose a good deal in a short time you are running down Is that a trifle Get back to your healthy weight and generally you get back to health A book on careful liv- Â¬ ing will tell you what it is to get there and when Scotts Emulsion of cod liver oil is useful Free Your tlruERUt keep Scotts Emulsion of cod liver oil all druccim evcrywhero do 1 The loss of flesh is a trifle You think you need not CURE F J CHENEY CO Testimonials sent free on application BEWARE OF UVUTATIONS Otvntr of huilandry ihlpping triufe Fnrrftrv tnlninp unit nil thtiiaunailt o the wide wnrhl wral MirUltr My inriinitri tnglnts uitil vttnli ot itcrl COMING INTO A KINGDOM SIuperiorWisconsin The Great and Growing METROPOLIS Jam tht nwntroj the polar Ujhtt Of tie eonitant itar in th Aorlhim hdgliti i4 OOOOQOOG at the HEAD OF LAKE SUPERIOR FOR INVESTMENTS IN REAL ESTATE FOR MANUFACTURING FOR FOR LOANING MONEY FOR MERCHANDISING EVERYTHING The Best Placo la America oil louses and Lois Soli to Workiipen J20 Monthly Instalments The great pugilists nro trying to defeat Colunv MILK New York Scott Downs Chemtstf 13a South sth Avenue mm -- SUPERIOR REAL ESTATE will ADVANCE 500 per cent In the HEXT 10 YEARS LAND AND RIVER IMPROVEMENT CO Cnrnulct Waists Tho Grotchen corsolet waist so fash ionablo this winter will bo even more popularly worn with spring toilets and It will not follow ono wooden style but bo fashioned according to individual re Â¬ quirement It enn bo cut to a sharp point nnd rather high or rounded and mado to look like n supplemental bodlco cut very low especially under tho arms Tho corselet is easily made nnd above a full protty undorwaist of soft silk it can bo mado to look not only pretty but very picturesque N Y Post COCOA LABELLED with oar famon LOOMIS EPPSS riyjwa Catarrh GRATEFUL riiuu nua rxrx imI1mihi - VWfMlmBKWPVPWKHnPH7PPWHi OtM b k W VlY lCTlVHWVirMr ELYS RRF1MRA M rfrs iT1 UUlUW VmRQSESPLANTS COMFORTING mmmmmmm i a noii iw inr riMaiare eiva MAieBA aVVj4jmOaoTikiTli8tr AMI THIS Va TH West Superior Wisconsin BVCI WELLS Well NYHAN nr 1 2 LB TINS ONLY 11 THromo wnTn KuM BAUJI en w rHtfFEVER1 Tiny Liver Pills wt TUTirS Cj a Kw rY ww R V v 9j iCeht V HI FOLKS REDUCED - il HottrrlRKaoltMfiTMilee Re b4 ffetot HtrWjr eonfldBtGC wt J fdt Ibe mi 11m rr maetk brharmlaMMtiMl U WM tAM fifiCL TO ANY MAN Woman or Child ufferlBg frm m an antUblllona ami anti malarial remedy are wonderful la their effects In freolnjr the eystem of blllouauoMV and malaria No eaa living la for and Cheapest BFIsob Remedyuse Catarrh the to FREE Nell Liquid erSnuff Morphine Ilablt Cared In 10 A rtle1e npplled Into eokiMtrllanilagr li Nop uu cureo to so iIath atU Irl e W cenm nt DrupBliU or by mall LtbnQnOtl VI IUHIORJST UUUTUKUiUWrragt KawTotk KLV HrHiMM T1US m MI Tirrirr ohib nAIBUm aaBaaaHwiCataiocae gg CATARRH ADIIIU aonld be withoat them Their prevenU attacks ot ehllls and feyer I dumh mrH m Uoae eolle aad alvea the ay teia strength to VAaliit all tliA i evils of aa HHhealthraad Irapare aUj Mlegaatly aufar eeated W eainhere Irlee Malarial Regioiis H ftOe Sold by drumiata or snt by Mail K T Ualtlae Warrea Pa H AKfK R 184 WMKN WKITINS T AVVMtTMMM VLKA9H jea saw Mm AaVanttotwiiH tm iUc ettetai r s fWeWf timtmtt y In the nelftkbor Koi jn wltWi t4w BevMrvNew rlk4 il1i therrrf tin and am vorv ainditt eoWr4Jy Actio of band Mrit ov f howJInwwho hva fursomo Urno in Ifcv MrJ frMed but neighborhood quiet und law abiding clt- New UwMjth mm incurred the disfavor of this i anH rn ami hilt HMlr tllHV WrOtO Mil him if letttr to Dr New telling yiniiui Jiodld not loek out the would takohlm out and whip him To make tho threat more imnrcinivo they pinned the letter to 8G witched which they left on tho ministers doorsUp Dr New lias consulted with United States District Commissioner Porch of Somerset and prosecution under the Ku klux statutes wilt be pushed as soon us the miscreants can bo apprehended The Now family aroery much pained over tho rowdyfsh act They have tho sym Â¬ pathy of all the good pcoplo in tho neigh- Â¬ borhood CoMuutnilon Vurml physician retired from prac- Â¬ tice having had placed in his bauds by nn East India missionary tho formula of a simple vegotablo remedy for tho speedy and permanent cure of Consumption llronchitiB 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 powers in thousands of cases has felt it his duty to make it known to his suffering fellows Actuated by this motivo and a desire to relievo human suffering I will send freo 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 Noyi 820 Powers Block Rochester Ax OLD THEOREENlACKEft Stiver Legis Â¬ CI ear u olonot opinion lation In CongrttNH Mr Goqrgo O Jones tho well known greenbackor has issued a chart showing how the prlcoof silver has controlled tho prices for wheat and cotton between the years 1871 and 18U2 Tho chart shows that tho prlco of wheat has generally ad vanced or leciineu irom ao to iw ceni per bushel and cotton from 20 to 40 per cent on tho avcrsgo rise or fall of 20 These figcents per ounce on silver ures says Mr Jones clearly prove that all legislation intended to advance the price of silver is not solely to benefit tho producers and ho adds that a candid study of tho silver branch of tho money question loads to tho conclusion that Congress should immediately pass an act directing tho Secretary of tho Treasury to increase his present monthly nurchat o of sliver so as to cover all silver in Amer- Â¬ ican markets ready for immediate deliv- Â¬ ery Either that or the patsago of a freo c in ago act would as far as the possible volume of intrinsic valuoof monoy could restore and keep up the prices for farm products and givo permanent prosperity to tho business of the country Â¬ ASHLAND PARH- STALLIONS- - FOR 1892 - BERMUDA 5874 Yearling exhibition 230 two year eld rco ord 22l tf three year old record 224 third hcati four year old record 222 five year old reeortf 2204 fourth heat six year old trial 217 Illaek horse lfl3 lined high foaled June 1H 1883 Bred at Ashland Park SlUKDBY BANKKR41II Own brother to Lysundcr sire of Lysandcr Wntt 224 Hoy 220 Wllllmii Kearney 220 and Lvsundcr Chief 1140 First Dam lattlo Putchcu trial 2H8grandan of Chcsuut Wilks 229 ly Matnhrlno Putchcu sire of the dam of Guy Wilkes Astral 2 18 Rosa Wilkes 218tf 2lo Klvlrn 2 18 4 Cleoru 218 Ilourl 217 and twenty nine others in tho210 list Second dani Maady by Stanhopus Blood Hawk nlre of the dam of Aliannt 217K and Alcy Wilkes 221 Thin I dam Pattle bv Downing Vermont Hire of the dam of Knlginu 221 Mainltrlno Bruce 2 I0K nlre or Kit Curry 218K Hell Wilson 225 Ollls Vermont Hire of Bonner Hoy 2211 and aire of the damn of Abel 22lh Col Hrudnhaw 220 Kullv Ii 223 iambettn 220 The King 22t Pearl 230 Outlaw 22 Fourth diim Jessle by Thomas JelTerson He 1m a beautiful blaek with right hind ankle white stands 15 hand hhth and Ihii perfect horse all over having both bono uufl Hiibstuneo combined with the form and finish characteristic of the cross lie so well represents viz llambletouiaii sire and Mambrino Iateheu dam This cross stands as the very best because public performances have demonstrated its value Of its many representatives not out Is the superior of Bermuda for not one has demonstrated thu same ability to train on from year to year beiu- mug viui uie yearling oriii mine are inciter bred or better looking As a sire his success is assured as out of eiylit his first crop two entered the list last year as two vear olds namely Bermuda Bov 22lllialf inile track and Rosemary 225 Bermuda Boy being one of the largrst winning two vearolds of 18Jl his first oolts be iup foaled in 18S Judged at this age no stallion ever sired mure uniform natural galled colts with speed unprecedented He will stand for mares season of 1812 at 200 TO INSlMtK the money to be paid as fol lows 100 at thu time of service und thu other UH when the mare proves in foal being limited to thirty outside mares Parlies wishing to breed to him had better book their mares early Â¬ First dam Sully Hamlet winner of two year old Hamlet Mukesjin 1875 by Hamlet sire nfLorattii F 218 A VPantllnd122 Truro piicer 222 Lady M 223 Leon Hrooksldo Flora 220 and tho tine 223 dams of Thornhss 218 Cyclone 223 Orauby225amceful 225 and Ham letta 220 Second Hum Sal dam of Coaster 221 Cap tain Clay Driftwood iuhI grundam of Marlowe pacer 215 by Canada Chief sire of dams of Governor 230 and Jou Hooker fclre Maud Macuy 217 o Third dam the dam of Sofo that produced Blanche 225 by Imp Yorkshire sire of thu dam of Ashland Chief sire of Black Cloud 217 Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred sire of Prince 227 ten miles in tf08 The fee of Fayette Wilkes is within the reach of all and lower than that of anv horsu of cipuil merit in Kentucky Seasoii 100 or 200 TO INSURK Â¬ Tom Rogers 220 Ac Hunker 21 Flora Wilkes pacer 2i ID ii bred at Ashland Park SIRKI BY HAPPY MKDIPM 100 Sir ofNiuioy Hanks 200MuxleCobb213 220 Normmi Medium m Clmppr I Day Stallion foaled HAPPY WEST May 5414 1880 220 First dam Minnie West dam of Cunanln three vearold record 235 Adollnu231 lVHl Allle West irited0Sa IrMHrrV Medium 221 222 Love 222 Kruei Maltrnvcrs 1 1 220 lliur Medium 2205 222 Ac 745sru of Iewett2ll ley Frlel 210 1 4 Frank Champ 210 1 4 Charley West 227 a Rachel H 228 Hi Ac also lre dams of Mollle Wilkes 222 1 4 Allic Wilkes 222 4 lmcii 220 1 4 West Wilkes 228 4 Ao Second dam Madam Hundley dam of Miss Mabel winner two vear old Kentucky Breeders Stake 1881 and Rapldan dam 1 1 uk 2T tro 1 1 vunr Id Ae bv Clinf of WEST CLOUD 5195 Outof thu dam of Â¬ Charles E Buchanan of Hazel Green writes That bottlo of Chamber Â¬ lains Cough Medicine I bought of Rose Jones tho other day has worked won- Â¬ My Bister could hardly move and ders could not sleep for coughing and spitting blood Tho first doso gave relief and she is doing well now Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Peter to the Devil As a coose bono prophet tho editor of tho Louisville Times lias no superior Wo can also endorse him as a turnip expert hut when it comes to thoScripturcs our friend as we have before romarked is not in it In ids frantic anxiety to head oil the growing Hill boom down South he drops into Biblical quotations as follows Hill is tempting Democracy as Satan tempted tho Savior by offering a land that doesnt belong to him if it will fall And Democracy down and worship him Get thee be Â¬ will say like Peter said hind mo Satan Just where this extraordinary conver- Â¬ sation between Peter and Beelzebub occurred the brilliant editor does not inform us Uussellville Ledger Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ N Y -- lyl Tim Foul Killer nt Work Hut for tho crack brained maulers of tlut silver wedge all tho advocates of Democracy would to day bo standing to Those who gcthersolidly atiastonowall pteferred the broadside to tho single shot method of attack upon the McKinley tariff aro not only lending their aid to the latter policy but aro leading the combined force In tho fight The advo cates of free silver can not and do not ex Â¬ pect to rido their hobby over tho Senate and through tho White Houso but they have needlessly and heedlessly thrust a distracting issue into the ranks of the tariff reformers and injured the prospects of both fair trade and free coinage Tho Fool Killer appears to bo doing his best to restore the modus vivendi but tho immensity of tho job exceeds evon his pow- Â¬ ers of execution Ixuiisville Times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FAYETTE WILKES Bay 203G Â¬ 9 1880 223 hands 3 inches high foaled May t 1878 The handsomest son of his A gentleman in Union county Mo great sire and thu handsomest of any trotwho is too modest a man to have his ting bred in the Pnitud States name mentioned in the newspapers was JKORCK WILKKS cured of rheumatism by Chamberlains SireSIKKI BY Wilkes 2131 Guy 222 Wilkes of Harry Pain Halm after trying other medicines Mike Wilkes pacer 215 Wilson 215 and treatment for thirteen years For So so 217M Wilcox pacer 210 210 sale by Rose Jones Uomii Wilkes 218 Wilton 2M Joe Inhibition trial Oct horse 15 Blauk Cloud 217 his Third dam Mrs Stanhope by Mambrino siru out of thu dam of Wilson 210 Chief II sire of Lmly Thorn 218 Bay horse foaled March 31 1881 Bred ut Wood ford Mambrino 22 Ashland Park mid four others His sons sired Loudon 220 Pancoast SUltil BYABDALLAH WIST 2583 221 tf sire of Patron 214 and 70 oth Slro of Wllklu 227 ers His daughters produced Piedmont First dam the dam of Black Cloud 217 217 4 Director 217 sire of Direct by Pilot Walker pacer 218 1 4 pacing 201 Mnrgnrct S 212 Second dam the hike Pacing Mare Ac ami 21 others in thu 30 list Notk Abdullah West 2583 by Alllu West Fourth dam by Hunts Commodore sire of first dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson 210 dams of Commodore Belmont sire of Our by Clark Chief second daul Ohio by rie Belle 223 Doneaster 228 1 4 GeraAmerican Clay third dam brought from nium 2 28 S Ao and Mumbrunellosireof Ohio und represented to bo by Browns Sadie Howe 220 Tom Britton 224 Ao Bellfouudcr Abdullah West died ut six Fifth dam by Copperbottom grandsiru of years old lie was the most promising dam of Itosaliud 221 jtf and Donald 227 colt I ever bred Notk Happy West is a rich mahogany West Cloud is n rich mnhogany bay 15 bay 10 hands 2 liches high and u horsu oY hands 2 inches with black mane and tail elegant style with as good action as liny and black legs extending above knees and son Happy Medium ever sired us at two hocks He is a powerfully built horse for years old ho could trot in 210 and would his height and has the most finished set of have trotted in 230 at three years old had it feet and legs it is possible to gut on a horsu not been for an accident on thu ears bv of iny breed As ii two year old he gave which one of his hind legs was injured evidence of being possessed of remarkable causing him to have to be thrown out of speed as witli little bundling lie trotted n training In tills horsu 1 have thu utmost half mile in 118 5 and miles in his work i confidence as a great sire being by Happy in 2tt At three yiars old he was not Mllillll Mill ni till ntnuP luitiil if tlin niuiu Ul trained owing to a very severe attack of of Hambletonian and out of n daughter of pink eye He also did no work on the trauk thu great Allle West the second dam is the as a four year old Asa five yearold he was iluin of Miss Mabel ami Rapidan who is her jogged and trained lightly more for the pur first colt produced Ioukhart with a record pose of ascertaining if he Was entirely re ol2li It is my intention to stand Happv covered than with a view of testing his West the season ot 1802 at 50 INSCRANCK speed In a few mouths he trotted a full thus allording an opportunity to farmers and mile in 238 und half in 115 The season breeders to secure the services of one of the 1800 he served a ivw mares of my own greatest speed producing representatives in und was not put to work until September the country at a nominal price as he will br and his improvement was most remarkable limited to 30 mares Parties wishing to breed Hu repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and I to li i in should apply early No other son of am fully convinced he will with a seasons the great Happy Medium out of as good u training trot in 2 20 I will let him serve dam stands at such a low figure but I am twenty mares seasoii of 1802 outside of ten determined to let the public test his merit of my own at 50INSURANCK Money as a sire believing in thu near future hu will due when mare proves to be in foal be among thu best in the country 1 1 1 1 Â¬ I sou of Kdwln Forrest 40 sire of Billy Has kins 220 1 Champagne 230 mid the dams of So So 217 1 4 dam of Ail So Mnmbrino Dudley 210 London 20j 1 Lockhurt214 by Stanhopes Kdwln lorrcst851 sire of Harry Stanhopu 231 1 W IF 1 - Â¬ Â¬ J sters International Dictionary the recent Go to H F Ploratt Kuoeeaor of tho latest and still conv- Cos and buy rhehtl Unabridged is tho best work tho wire null at Oe per lb If not satis Â¬ of its kind ever published and well used factory when tried monoy refunded Co II F Pi Kit Air is a family will no of moro value to tho xwsHiUers thereof than many tiniw its Job printing cheap ut tlds olllee est laid up in money n 1 Cntitrrh Cnnt llu Cured local applications as they cannot With reach the scat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease and in order to cure it vou have to take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh It was preCure is no quack medicine scribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is n regular prescription It is composed of the best tonics known combined witli the best blood purifiers acting directly on the The perfect combina mucous surfaces tion of the two ingredients is what pro Mnpln Klinilw Stock Iu nn duces such wonderful results in curing Mr E P Faiilcouer of Danville recatarrh Scud for testimonials free I used your trial box of Quinus CO marks F J CHENEY Props Toledo 0 Ointment and took off a Curb Have since used two bottles It is very satis Sold by druggists 70 cents Testimonials of this character factory Oroyw Cleveland is surely convincing evidence Sold by Some of the Democratic papers want Hose Jones Mr Cleveland to say that hois not a can- Â¬ Itopresontutlvo 42oo1iiIkIiIi Opinion didate for the Presidential nomination As Mr Cleveland has never announced I see it stated in the papers said himself as a candidate there seems to bo Representative Gooduinghl that Joe no need that he should say that he is not Kendall is a candidate to fill the vacancy Mr Cleveland regards the Presidency as in the Tenth district cntisid by the death an oflice that ought not to bo pursued of his father It would be rather unuIf the Democratic National Convention sual if Joe should not be nominated and should nominate Mr Cleveland he would oleeted Young Houk of Tennessee suc doubtless defer to tho expressed wish ceeded his father Representative Price If he is not nominated there is nothing of Louisiana is tho successor of his in Ids action to show that ho couldnot father in law and Representative Rob continuo to regard tho private station as ertson of the same State succeeded ids Whether in public or father a post of honor Joo is familiar with Congreslife lie will still be a sound Dem- sional work and would be a worthy suc private ocrat with fixed convictions and the cessor to his fattier courage to express them when necessary Georgetown Times For lame back there is nothing hotter than to saturate a flannel cloth witli Ctmmliurliiluiiit Kyo ami Hklu Ointment ChumhcrluiiiH Pain Palm and bind it on A chutain cure for Chronic Soro Eves tho affected parts Try it and you will Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old be surprised at the prompt relief it afChronic Sores FeverSores Eczema Itch fords The same treatment will cure Prairio Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles rheumatism For sale by Rose Jones It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of cases have been cured by it after all other The Stanford Intorior Journai importtreatment had failed It is put up in 25 ing a poll of the people who attended and 00 cent boxes For salo by lloso out of county court there says that Swango octUyl 241 men questioned 220 were for Cleveii land 12 lor Hill 9 for Carlisle 1 for Hnntnuucil to tho riiUntiitry On that for Flower Watterson In flic Christian Circuit Court which tho Journal and I pithily and truthfully says recently held a threo weeks session in This is about the way the rural districts llopkiusvillo five persons were sentenced stand all over the Stato Cleveland first Hob Wilson to tho penitentiary vi This is cold comfort rest nowhoro grand larceny two years Wyatt Cole tho tho Lexington Press in its new role for man horse stealing two counts ivo and Covington Commonwealth one half years L rnnk Edwards grand larceny two and one half years Walter A Otmmntoml lUuntnly Whitloek hog stealing ouo year Louis Megriinine tho only permanent euro Payne hog stealing one year for all forms of headache and neuralgia lll IM relieves the pain in from 15 to 20 min Â¬ The World Growa Noah Webster would not know his old utes For sale on positive guarantee at dictionary in tho perfection it lias at Â¬ Tin Hihaid office or sent postpaid by tained in tho hands of modern scholars mail on receipt of price 00 cents a box Tho world grows however and dictiona- Â¬ ries with it so that a cheap roprintof tlte Tho new system of weighing instead 45 years old original Webster is worth of gauging whiskey will bo put into of about as much as an old almanac Web- feci on the first of May Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hope Him U Ciiuglit On the night of March 251 Dan Sams a notorious colored character who lives at Maxons Mill near Puducah Ky had a minrrel with his wife when lie seized a large hickory poker and beat his wife over tho head inflicting injuries from which she will die He then dis appeared thinking he had killed his vicHo iiad just been released from the tim penitentiary where he had served a three years term for horse stealing Ho had also served time in Illinois for house- Â¬ breaking Oflicers are looking for him and tho colored people threaten him with a dance on wind if they get their hands on him AVlll I breed sound hiihlv linished Mures bred by the season not proving in foal have the usual itriviletcs of return trotters and uive for sale high bred colts and lillics out of producing dams by a greater number of prominent sires tliiiu any farm in the land or side at prices based on actual individual merit 1 wish to farm or breed on the shares twenty approved mares For further infor nation see the Catalogue which can be hud i i m knUnnA Dnrb C Mares kept at regular rates T HllldHU rflln I dllll LKAIII1UII r Ob -- j IT SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY CLAY CITY KY Executed at tiiiu oflieo in the highest to a ii points 50000 NORTH EAST WEST style of thu art and at satisfactory prices Capital Noteheads envelopes sale bills Ac Work FLOYD DAY AND SOUTHWEST FRANK B RCSSKLL Cashier President promptly done and nothing but the best FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING Â¬ material used Send for estimates No Bank in Kastern Kentucky has better TON AND CINCINNATI vaults nor better facilities for keeping your account Managed entirely bv home people BQy A II STAMP Kit Scitrmnr in Ekfjxt Nov 15 1 Si always f VTVW ilj a B Eb naM WEWU j HiH jaaaaaaa a w a a - aa Do Business With a Home Institution g KENTUCKY jj CENTRAL RAILWAY p r IIMM2 CKASH HOtlTl- ViVhViMiUri National banK Â¬ ATTORNEY AT LAW CAMPTON OflVrs KY Â¬ ready to who know you and who are accommodate you Money to loan on reasonable rates Call on us 1 yr No 1 No fl SotTii Bound W O Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J iii Â¬ Â¬ Cincinnati Covington Lexington Ky Paris Lexington V II HOSWELL Pkopkictou f A T WOOD 1 There has been added an Annex with 20 Paris II F DAY Winchester large well ventilated rooms Street Cars Richmond ATTORNEYS AT LAW pass the door every five minutes Located Livingston Office over Kxchaugu Bank within twoMiiurcs of depot Maysville fct Mt Sterling Ky Corbin i jun ttll Practice iu Montgomery Powell Menifee Mlddlesborough 7 iiim Rowan Mugotfiu and Mor Wolfe Breathitt 1891 1892 Cumberland Jap 7 f pin gan counties and Superior Court and Court Le ToTfpin Corbin of Appeals Williamsburg f lpin Jul lien Ar iJMpui UKiSTAFK REAR Le fftlipm Richmond I minister I 15 pin ATTORNEYS AT LAW 20 pm Ar Stanford MT STERLING KY Normal and Preparatory School No i No I Nol Dally Daily NoitTll BotNl BrCONI TKUM 11KGAN Practice in the courts of Montgomery and Kx press Jnlly Kx Sun adjoining counties and iu thu Court of Ap MONDAY NOVEMBER 10 1801 7 Klam Le peals and Federal Courts Stanford 7 AOain Lancaster TKAC1IKRS COIU18K embraces nil the Richmond 10 lr Ar TJR J A TAULHEE br inches required in thu Common Schools 8 oiam Le ffff IJaily Jellico Theory and Practice a specialty 8 n in Williamsburg drills for Teachers 01111m s Ar UUSINKSS COlRHK embraces the Tea Corbin Book Keeping Business Cumbd tuipLc tiiiam chers Course Hazel Green Wolfo County tl 08 am Forms ami Transactions and Commercial Middlesbnroiigh KENTUCKY Corbin PS Htl LViiim H am WoLISll COVRSH prepares for Ken Livingston t Ar fiai in 11 T AY HOUSE tuekv University and Colleges of that class- - Livingston Le It tttttttlt JW Hazki Cininv Ky ANCIKNT A MODKRN LANUUAtJICS Itiehmond Lc ii0iimi2 1l pin ttt Itttttttt Mlts LOU DAY Proprietress 11111 An t Winchester iim ttttttttt pm This house has been recently retltted and Our rates aro less than any school in Kalcrn Paris 7 I a in 2 rcturulshcd and the table is ut all times sup Kentucky Rates of Tuition per Month Le 7 Mlaui JOOpm I lplll Lcxiiititou plied with the best iu the market Kates 7 ftlum 2 UT in I L pm Purls i reasonable Sample room attached and spe Covington Ar 10 Alain f Itijim II i pm cial rates to commercial men Patronage Is Payable one half on entering School Cincinniiii Aril OOain r i5iin 0 15 pm aGly respectfully solicited the other at middle of term Le hU his professional services to the citi zens of Wjlle and adjoining counties Will make collections and remittances promptly T HE CLARENDON Cor Limestone and Short 60lTiAY I press Kst Le Kxiiiii JO pm 2 5ipni lOaiu h 8 18am SOS urn t0lpm I0tiu Ar II lHani 10 21 pm 00 pm 7 00pm 2 lOnn I 1i Le II Mini pin It 7 01 jun Ai 11 lOuii 7 oTpm 05 pin Kx 1 No t Aceom Daily 1 1 im Â¬ HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY I Â¬ 11 111 Physician and Surgeon I Â¬ sV f 1 1 I Â¬ Â¬ 100 150 and 200 IlOAHDINO X Pill Â¬ C P Atmoiik flen Pass Agt Tralllo Manager Oeuenil Olllees Louisville Ky no more trouble about jp O Th ere will be S F B Moitsi Asst Jen Bass Agt lodg cost of Feed and Sale Stable too high hoard the200 tiit board and Livery kvkiiy Oflice Chamber of Comiiiorcit Building ing will be only wkkk Cincinnati Ohio thing IMMIXIHHKII We can accommodate No I Daily to all points except Rowland HAZEL GREEN KY Blxty boarders iu our new building new is daily except Sunday furniture and good faro The teachers live in Division which daily except Sunday from No 2 Runs A Double and Single thu Academy Homo and havuthu Immediate Rigs and Saddle Horses charge of the boarders D O Combs is the Lexington to Cincinnati Runs dally No for hire Parties convey caterer no better can bo found Runs dally from ull stations ex No ed to any point on reason is dully able terms prettiest town in Fast cept the Rowland Division which Hiuol Green Is the except Sunday filrl will also attend to all rails for auc ern Kentucky free from many of ills ot No Daily except Sunday tioneering and solicit business of this kind railway towns and those of more popula No I Daily between Cincinnati and Lex Respectfully Ac tion ho Miloons or harbors of temptation ington JOHN H PIKRATT The pcoplo welcome strangers and influ Nos 1 und 3 make connections at t in ences for good are thrown around them Chester for points on the N N M K D 111 be under the fcuporvlHlqu S3 Tho juntly eelchrated All hoarders w sNo 1 Carries through cars from Ctiirlu catalogues etc AcrryiHii buxi ueiia of thu teachers Scud for nnti to Mlddlesborough and Cumberland H CORD fan and all intermediate stations and runs are Hold t thin office at 10 cents a dozen daily Oo apiece PRINCIPAL 1801 May 8 ami the beat pencil iu town at 1h7ieratt7 S l Knott Â¬ 1 fTjtoxS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ wmm5 ilULij WM