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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - - f m v - - SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor CiREEN JtiERALK Of n Noisy World With Now - A 9 From All Nations Lumbrinc at His Bnok ICY 100 A YEAH Always In Advuno rcmiiTH YUAH W9wa UAZHL tltKUX WOLFE COUNTY imxvx 11 FRIDAY APRIL A 8 1802 NUMBER NO PAY NO 3 M44444M to444464HH Somothltii Should Ho Done In Down 1 potto Moiiopullii WAHiiiNdTOK C April 1 02 To moot our expenses we Tho American Hook Company as des- Krom Our UKtilur Corrcspoiulcnt1 liuott InslKt on eolloctihir all pouo a monopoly as the Mantiaru UIJ Senator Stownrt of Novaihu proposes Ntibscrlptiniui in advance nil in hn nowor to transfer the freo Company in its methods to crush out all doiiur VII rilfimkil nlll un jflll opposition and control the supplies of iliiiiiinvn IttliA OF in the I Iiiubc thin wcok to the 5euate sixty million people has fastened its Your Expire although he admits that thu hiiiuo inllu slimy tentacles ou tho common schools of cuees which downed tho silver men in Kentucky and will soon bo a great polit 189 the House will ho powerfully eoicited ical power in the Commonwealth if tens in the Senate He gave notice early this aro not taken to check it In itsgre ody anil your renewal Is earnestly solicited or week that ho would next Monday eall up onslaught If you wish to distontlmie Beinl bulaiuu duo l lilt A tnntaliKiK I iiviiihjk iiiu iiudii Ilitttl wiMiiiiuy la u con usat tlio ratoofSJc a month ALL in- his hill for the free coinage of silver and he says ho intends pushing it to a vote solidation of half a dozen of the great laid subscriptions will bo dropped from our as ho wishes to putlho Senators on rec- book nu blishine com panics of the United looks AlMttl 8 and tlio account be plmjtul States for the purpose of controlling the n an olUciirs hands for collection ord whether the hill is passed or not llintikliiK you for pant patronage nud It is evident that the outcome of tho entire school book interests of the coun- Â¬ lloiibiK your continued koh1 will I nut so o T11K silver fight in the House hie left much try crushing out all opposition by trickRespectfully yours SIMiNCKIl COOPKlt had blood Uepresentativo Watson of ery and corruption and in the end leap Cioorgia who is tho leader of the third inir a rich harvest of the peoples inniiev This gigantic trust has been in exist party members nivs of it It is the LEE COUNTY enco only two years but the leading com Â¬ death knell of the old Democratic organ lleattyylllo IIiiuiIIiIiik izntion Muuy thousands of Southern panies had worked in harmony toward the same end for eight years before tho Since our last two of our most respected voters have felt that tho Democratic party would give them financial relief if it had merging of their interests into one con Â¬ citizens have passed over tho river of death 1 0 MeGuiro son of Hon John the chance With a majority of MS in trolling corporation Although theru aro soveral publishing O McG ulre died at his fathers residence the House it had the chance but it did not ccpt it It was only by the help of houses outside- of the American Hook and Mrs Sarah Hloiint died at her homo Their re nine looples party members and eleven company the tendency or the present in this city last Wednesday Republicans that tho iiumen Demo warfare by the combination is to crush mains were interred in River View Cem lho bereaved ones have tho con- Â¬ ciatie majoritv escaped a Waterloo No out all competitors and when the field is etery clear it wid dictate prices and terms for dolence of tho ontlro community power on earth can now prevent tho electoral vote of Georgia being cast for the all time to come Hon 15 M Pryso Representative from Under conditions inviting legitimate Peoples part v and I believeotherSouth- the district is at homo this rivalry and competition school books fi i tut- CNiiin mi iiuvn i ill ww ii o week on business Representative JJland author of tho havo lice improved and cheapened but I cannot say what will bo with the final overthrow of all competiuir Hcattyvillo has been crowded tho past bill says done It all depends upon tho attitude houses tho American Hook Company will few days with river men of the Speaker and his immediate advis- have uo incentive to keen ui with the The Thrco Forks Iloattvvillo is fast Kvery Department Overflowing to its utmost capacity This is not u ers which docs not appear at present to advance of educational thought and will log market havo uo other end in view than to squeeze becoming a prominent catch penny sale of any kind but good Inmost values and qualities be in favor of tho bill There were several thousand - dollars at fair prices During the coming week we will display full - from tho book buying public the money Representative Washington of Tonlines of Mens and Joys Clothing representing tho load- nes see a prominent freo coinage Demo- that has been spent hi forcing competi Â¬ worth of timber changed hands thero v during tho last tide ing and luvst manufacturers inthe United States and Tho Speaker is pledged to tors to the wall crat says A siiilIo clause of the educational bill Kuropc We will forfeit our reputation of thirty do the will of a majority of tho party S A Jeffries and Matt Madigan of years landing in Lexington Wo have nev The majority is on record against gag now pending in the Kentucky Senate in Winchester wero in Hcattyvillo Satur Â¬ er failed to keep our promises heretofore rule and even for the silver bill which nocently perpetuates the monopoly of tho day we want passed we cannot allord to re- American Hook Company in Kentucky Circuit Court convened hero to day verse our position upon that question and prevents any county in the State That wo will sell you the best Mens Suit at from inviting competition or exercising There will ho but little business done on it is uulortuuato that tlio situation is That we will sell you he best Mens what it is but anything is better than any choice in the selection of school books account of a great many witnesses being for loni vears to come down the river on timber That we will sell pontile best Mens Suit at 15 the adoption of a gag inle The Leader can criticize this bill and The usual talk which is always heard That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 20 Tho drama entitled A Colobrated at or about thisstagoof the longsessious point out its shortcomings without even Case was presented a few nights sinco the shadow of political feeling as it was That we will sell you the best Mens 8uit at 2o of an early adjournment of Congress is All acted their parts well but wo must now on deck and new members are ac- introduced by one of the Kcpubllean make special mention of the comical Irish- Â¬ members of the Sonato and its general tually naming as early a date as June 1 man OUR Dennis ORourko MERCHANT TAILORING to whom tho DEPARTMENT tor adjournment but the vetoraus like features and professed purposes havo been young ladies threw a flue buquot in honor commended in these columns Is the finest in the United Slates Our Cutters and Workmen are lirst llolman and narrows who have been A casual reading of the bill fails to dis of his flno display on tho stage elass artists We are doing the largest business wo have ever done through tho mill often enough to know p KRIOD March 27 0 J Come and make your selections early how futilosuch talk is will toll you that closo tho advantage it confers on the an adjournment before tho middle of American Hook Company but an examiAN EXPENSIVE FUNERAL duly or tho first of August is not at all nation of tho list of hooks now in use in or probable much as it may be desired by Kentucky on the recommendation of the What tint llurliit tint KrjiroMMitutlvo Ken- Â¬ dall Cont lovitiiimuiiU State Hoard of Education will furnish either party Congress has now been in The hills rendered to tho Committee on tlio missing link All these points are session four mouths and even eliminating silver from tho programme mapped covered in detail in a letter from Frank- Accounts at Washington for the burial out by the majoritv of tho Houso at tbo fort to the Louisville Post which we pub- - of tho lato Jtoprcsentativo Kendall aro as ioiiowh start not half of the work has been done iisii iii ion iii mis issue CLOTHIERS ami F1XK TAILORS The Leader does not inipupn tho mo- Joseph Sttilnor profeNiilonal nurse Tho immigration investigation now bethree days in 00 ing conducted by the joint I louse and tives of a single supporter of the pending M Hoiid for the Chesapeake it educational bill but takes tho view that Senate Committees has unearthed a big Ohio railroad 18 persons- from departmental scandal which would of they have failed to see wherein it fastens Washington to Moroliuiul Ky tho great school book monopoly on tho course had to come out soon W2Q 00 and return at 2H each Assistant 14 I Secretary of the Treasury Nettleton ao State Lexington Leader icket lor corpse o yjj Lunches cases Immigration Commissioner Owen Meals on dliiluu ear l u MOST 15 OCiXTlTT HKBT IX QVALITT of hcini an unlit person to iill a responBURGLAR TOOLS IN JAIL Special train from Huntington to sible public portion and has II led a bill Moreheiu lflt tit of particulars with Secretary Foster in A Mitnhrtr 3lul Il iiMirntloiis to Iroo Special cur Atisturlltx Ci Kir Ml UliOMtir the shape of formal charges the counts oiinnlhsary supplies furnished hy After the removal from the IMiiioiidton of which embrace incompetency untrust- Pullman Company 17 worthiness and lack of integrity not jail to the jail at Glasgow of Hill Martin W M RohbiHon hotel ul West Ill erly Ky for IT men Is and lodgmuch left to the imagination either Mr who is now under sentence to the pen ing n Uo lunches and miImhHu- Owen denies but tho explanation ho has trntiarv for life for killinir John Itorko neons Items n no undo of one of the charges is not very a search of tin bed in which he slept in Lodlug and meals lor Win Phillips fi 00 clear in its vindication of him and tho the lOliuondton jaildisclo cd a flno kitof K Kiutmati for earrlagoN nud impression hero is that he will have to go burglars tools Martins wife lias been AM 00 learse aerohNuoiiiitrv However he has big friends amniiK them fur mouths permitted to sleep with him J W bee undertaker - 00 CURES NOTHING BUT PILES President Harrison and if ho wishes to in the jail while his brother and certain Total make a light tovtay ho can make a strong friends have been allowed to see him fre- Â¬ f2m 50 Has ted all Worm Remedies A SURE quently It is supposed that some of one Htat1eit Ilvo TIiiiun and CERTAIN CURE General debate on tho free wool bill those persons conveyed tho tools in tho EVERY BOTTIE GUARANTEFD Known for 15 years as tho BEST At Lovoc in Montgomery county on is to be closed this week and the bill is jail to him SOLD EVERYWHERE REMEDY FOR PILES Martin was in entire ignorance of the the 10th ult Toll Putton and Harrison 1rtpifd lf IlltlUIIOHOWTAtlXniMKU CO 8TMCI8 to b passed under a suspension of tho frtpirfdl IUIIUHUSOVTjIYMIII MKII CO bTI0119 order for his removal made by Comity Anderson two nrominuiit farmers bo rules next Moudav Tho ending of the dispute with Groat Judge Pendleton until tho Sheriff wont oiiuo involved in an altercation during An Â¬ Mritaiu has given general satisfaction to the jail to take him out as was also the progress of a primary election here and the unanimous vote by which mo inner feeling unit lie was com derson produced his knffo and attacked tho Senate ratified the arbitration treaty pletely foiled in his preparations for es Pattou inflicting live serious cuts on his shows that Lord Salisburys last commu cape Martin became greatly enraged and back from tho ellects of which he will nication had a mostsootliiui effect unoii made the air blue with his oaths He die Roth men are well known in tlio a good lamp cursed the County Judge ami all of tho county Tho cause of tho dilllculty was tho bellicose Senators must be simple when it is not simple it is There seoius little doubt that President county officials and raved liken madman about a disputed vote Anderson has Simple JBeautlfuL GVW thpse not good w w inT Harrison has told friends that unless it is Where removed Marti had in his pos not been arrested words mean much but to see 4Thc Rochester apparent before tho assembling of tho session a pasteboard shoe box filled with will impress the truth mnri fnrrihh- AH niotol All n nea polis Convention that he can he letters which were taken from him by It is in tho Northern and Western tough and seamless and made in three pieces only renominated without a struggle lie will jailer Coombs notwithstanding his vign States that the victory of tho Democratic it is absolutely safe and unbreakable Like Aladdins not allow his name to go before that Con orous protest In this box in addition party must bo won this fall If won at to the letters the iailor found a thin nil Thcrnoro the wishes of tho Demo vention at all oi oiu it is inacea n wonderful lamp for its mar- Â¬ The Cleveland Democrats have made steel saw A largo knife was also taken crats of thoso States must bo consulted velous light is purer and briehter than piq lVht tin most of tho side tracking of the silver from Martins person If tho South cannot bo carried without softer than electric light and more cheerful than either bill in the House which they claim has forcing the silver issue thus weakening llin nliitf of a Htcaiuur greatly increased Mr Clevelands chances the party where it most needs nil its e Tor to new illuxtrntt l cntnloRiir nml wc Mill m iiiJ you nyV wnMre1 v exprenn ourour lump wifely of getting tho Democratic nomination cliouc of over ilooii ThoCinciniiatiund Xew Orleans steam strength then it cannot he curried on varieties from the lutXu UmpStatttnlht It has certainly given him a temporary boat Golden Rule burned at tho Cincin- any issue and tlio fight might us well by KO IIiSTiu LATII CO 12 Park riaco Now York CUy boom bore as it is generally recognized nati wharf a few duystduco just as she abandoned y JrMe that ho Is closely allied with the interests was about to leave for New Orleans Miss which were from tho first working against Nellie Moloney of Cincinnati a young 5v6tf4 An accident occurred on Saturday last tho freo coinage hill lady who had gone to tho boat to bid near Glen Mary Ky on tlio Cincinnati It is Senator Mills now as that gentle some friends adieu was drowned Sim Southern road which resulted in thu man was duly sworn in as a Senator on endeavored to jump from the burning death or the conductor J W Edwards Mr Wednesday boat onto the Meetwoud which was an Thu unfortunate man was going from zMjmjim Tho Houso Committee to investigate chorod near hy hut she miscalculated the engine back on his train when ho the expoudituresof the Hoard of Control the distance fell into tho river and was slipped and full under u car which Intiii of the Worlds Fair has gouo to Chicago drowned Tho second irao is missing stantly killed him and it is feared that ha and several deck Minnesota Dnmueraey hands and roustabouts lost their lives in The Franklin Favorite thinks jts Reji- Tho Democratic Convention of Min the fire The upper worku of tho wharf resentative Mr Goodnight represented vT nesota which was held last Thursday boat were burned and the steamer Fleet nine tenths of his constituents in his vote was enthusiastic for tho Democratic ex wood caught flro but the flames were ex Â¬ for tlio silver bill t wo President instructing its- - delegates to tinguished Tho Golden Rule was valued vote and work for Cleveland us long as tit WtyOOO and tho cargo at oU0UO Thu Kmriilin Physicians clergymen and sclent Uts r i In I roiikfiur fmm A vbMu wi inn -- i lA nis woaiS to un er at A Hours M thero may he reaionabla hope for his wharfboat loss will also bo heavy unite in recommending Ayera Cherry II a m jiimicr from 10 a fM to H i r Supper from r v M to 9 i t The platform advocates Pectoral Ha an invMlutb8 remedy for Oys nomination uts Lainb Vrki Fish Chickens nud Quails a specialty Open from t r to 12 gradual reduction of tariff duties and Read all tho advertisements of spring throat and lung trottbl f M free column of gold and silver after a medicines ami then take AyorsSarsaim- GUS LUICART readjustment of n ties rilla Job printing cheap at U oMc m 044 W4 WASH 1N0T0N LETTER PLEA FOR OPEN COMPETITION PAPER The Greatest Effort EQUALED UP Subscription jjOTJR i Ihkvbh n - Â¬ Â¬ in Â¬ History0fLexmgton -H Louis Gus Straus - Â¬ DlSPLAYcSPMCl HI Â¬ CU Leo-K-ai- ll 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Suitat10 Â¬ Â¬ L C STRAUS KENTUCKY Â¬ LFADLW Â¬ llriiit Â¬ Â¬ LEXINGTON - 1 Â¬ tablersdii c WORMS buckeyeOLC WHITES CREAM FOR 20 YEARS r Â¬ VERMIFUGE OINTMENT 2 Seeing is Believing And - Â¬ Â¬ mimmSk 9 - - -- m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Rochester mtin A mm nj 12 Ml Â¬ v wmmwmm Lexington Ky Â¬ KiisUsh Kltehen w Short Street -- Â¬ Â¬ x ff i Proprietor v Hazel Green Herald PJENOJCR THE NAME OF BLAINE It Alone Had the Power to Eathuie Ite impossible yet to fully measure the extent to which Mr Blainos with- Â¬ drawal has disappointed nnd discour- Â¬ aged tho masses of hts party Only here nnd thcro a republican leader is found fearless enough to ex Â¬ press in words the universal republic an feeling Congressman Henry C abot Lodge however is one who speaks out Of course Mr frankly and says Maines withdrawal will bo a great disappointment to tho masses of tho republican party who havo been look- Â¬ ing for his nomination and desiring it with the most extraordinary ununim ity Mr Lodge is undoubtedly correct in his statement of the practically ununl tnous desire of his party for Mr Illaincs nomination Of course the federal offico holders nearly all of whom had up to this time been show- Â¬ ing strong symptoms of the prevailing lUuinc fever aro suddenly enveloped in silence Collector Beard declines to be interviewed even by the Journal So docs Postmaster Hart Aspirants for office no less than present occu pants of office have in the same dis- Â¬ creet fashion abruptly shut off their Blaine enthusiasm and left only a few incorrigible boomers like Jesse Gove and Joseph A Manley to continue the vnln and unprofltabler decidedly unprofitableclamor for the great declined All that sort of gratitude which con Â¬ sists of a lively sense of favors yet to come turns at onco from Blaine and gathers promptly around Harrison Men will worship tho rising and not the setting sun The president is now plainly perceived to bo the republican commissary general the provision train is in his charge Henco a great hush falls upon all the Blaine shouters who expect to have or to hold anything under the barely possiblo next repub- Â¬ lican administration All this follows In the old beaten track of human The nnturc as applied to politics ing is deadl Long live the king And the redeeming touch of humor which a kind providence always sends to relieve the pathos of even tho worst mis- Â¬ fortunes is found in the numerous and nimble bobbing up of the far sighted republican patriot who rushes into I have always be Â¬ print and says lieved that Mr Harrisons renomina tlon would be the best thing for the party In short the republican place Â¬ holders and plaea seckcrs fully recog nize that the enthusiasm of the hungry nnd sagacious partisan belongs now to Harrison In spite of this transfer of the or- Â¬ ganized appetite of the party in a lump to the presidents following the declaration of Congressman Lodge that Blaines declination is a great disap Â¬ pointment to tho masses of the repub lican party and that those masses de- Â¬ with the sired Blaines nomination most extraordinary unanimity re- The mains true brigade will turn in with lock step precision for Harrisons rcnomination and they will probably have their way But the masses of the party havo lost their idolized leader and the republic Â¬ an campaign will be the campaign of a spiritless army fighting under an unbe loved commander with a settled antici- Â¬ pation of defeat Blaine has stepped out and taken with him the heart and soul of his party The fighting courage of repub- Â¬ licanism was all focused on Blaine The onlj watchwords that gave it life and hope were his and the only name that stirred its languid pulses with tho pugnacious instinct that leads men to combat and conquer was his also Tho republican cause in 1892 wns al Â¬ ready a desperate ono tho odds have been heavily against it ever since Mc Kinley precipitated upon it the Water- Â¬ loo disaster of 1890 Blaines was the one magic namo that had in it tho seeming potency of rallying tho shat tered Icpubllcan columns for one moro supreme and possibly successful effort That namo has disappeared and in its place tho name of Harrison falls upon the ears of tho already half vanquished party and chills it to the very marrow Nothing now but a great democratic blunder can provent the presidency and tho full control of the general gov Â¬ ernment from passing into democratic hands on March 4 18911 It becomes more than over necessary to emphasize tho reasonable demand of democrats throughout tho country that the New York dissensions shall not bo allowed to bar tho passage of tho party to na- Â¬ tional victory New York democrats must get together in November next It is now manifest that thoy cannot do so on any New York name The can Â¬ didate to heartily unito them must como from some other state and an eastern nominee Is a necessity of the occasion Boston Globo nuullciuis COOPER FwWUfeir It is HAZEL GREEN KY singnctlo man nnd the pcoplo arc not ntrctchlng out their hands towards him Ills Btrongth la negative that 1b to Bay it lien In what he has no done Thoro Ih no great objection to his administration That Ih tho most that can bo said A great many pcoplo object to a second term I think one term enough and I believe that Har rlHon will probably be ot the wimo opinion ono of these days Â¬ SCHOOL AND CHURCH QOMD3 H0UI1 OAMFTOH 8 8 COMBS KorxixTftB Tka patronare of the traveliat vafeUt i rMpotfully ollolted TabU tat leiTUt -w Mrs Cornilla James professor of English at tho Commercial collcgo at Flume enjoys tho honor of being tho only woman In tho Austrian cmplro to hold a professorship Bchools for boys in tho public f LOOK TO THE KITCHEN Keep Thin Portion of tlio House In Perfect Onlcr Â¬ Thoro is nothing moro demoralizing tlian n disordered hitchen It is impos Â¬ sible to dq work to tiny advantage with the room upset and In confusion Eve ry mistross and maid Bhonld be specially trained in tho art for it is an art of al Â¬ ways having tho kitchen in perfect or- Â¬ der It is nu exccllont plan to go nbont tho room tho last thing at night and see if everything is ready for tho morn- Â¬ ing No ashes scraps or rubbish of any Bort should bo left either in tho kitchen stove or sink The floor should bo swept tho room dusted and tho furnlturo arranged in the most con venient fashion Articles used in tho ldtchon should have ono place and should always bo kept there This is a much moro important point than tho young housekeeper mitrht at first imagine It is woll to insist on this under all circumstances A sud Â¬ den illness possibly in tho night may necessitate hot water or flannels and for this reason if for no other every Â¬ thing should ha to its stated location and thus avoid delays that might possi Â¬ bly provo fatal It is well to learn to keep tho kitchen in order ns well ns to put it in order when it needs it To learn this to the best ndvantugo takes long practico and mtlring watchful- Â¬ ness Whenever an article is used put it back where it belongs Of course it is very much easier to set all sorts of pots and pans plates and cups just where tho first place seems to offer it- Â¬ self but it is a work of very short time in this way to get the room into almost inextricable confusion To do the best work to the best advantage a kitchen should be provided with a suffi Â¬ Never cient number of utensils of getting mistake make tho too many for too many are al- Â¬ most as bad as too few With a surplus tho confusion is greater even though tho convenience of tho worker may for tho moment be better served Never put dishes away to soak unless absolutely necessary There aro maids indeed matrons as well who never wash a bread pan or a farina kettle on the same day it is UBcd if by any possi Â¬ bility they can avoid it It seems im Â¬ possible to impress on their minds the fact that if tho kettlo or dish has be- Â¬ come tho least bit scorched or dried it may be very easily cloancd by filling it with cold water and placing it on the back of tho range with a tight cover over it Tho warmth and steam will loosen all adhering particles and the use of a chain dish cloth will make the taslc very easy Very greasy dishes should have a bit of soda thrown in them and over this may be poured some quite hot water If such dishes aro piled ouc nbove another and allowed to stand in hot water and soak ten min Â¬ utes there will not be the slightest dif Â¬ ficulty in getting them perfectly clean Â¬ Few will deny tho correctness of this picture of Harrison He has created no enthusiasm while in offico What- Â¬ ever of that quality has been expended has been in favor of Blaine or has been dissipated among tho other candi- Â¬ dates Mr Harrison has had a power- Â¬ ful political iniluencc but it has bcon confined to offico holders and tho recip- Â¬ Ho has gained ients of his bounty many enemies and many of his former friends are arrayed against him Ilis rear platform speeches last summer failed to arouse tho people atld his course in the Chilean trouble has ex Â¬ posed him to a ridlculo moro fatal to his prehensions than oven indiffcrenco could be The impression that tho minor candi Â¬ dates have a great deal to fear from the present incumbent is erroneous He is merely a pigmy among pigmies Chicago Globo SIGNIFICANT CONTRAST lllalnoa Lottor of Withdrawal Four Yours Aro nnd Now is worth while to recall as a matter It of historic interest if for no other pur- Â¬ pose tho fact that Mr Blaine on tho 25th of January 1888 wrote a letter to the then chairman of the republican national committee stating that his n ame would not be presented to the convention which had been called for the following June It may be worth while also to recall that in the letter referred to he gave tho reasons which seemed to him sufficient to justify his course and that he discussed at length the political situation and congratu- Â¬ lated the party on tho brightness of its outlook as indicated by the events of the preceding four years Bearing these facts in mind it is noteworthy that in his recent with drawal M r Blaine does not give pub Â¬ licity to the reasons which have im- Â¬ pelled him to withdraw Neither does he congratulate his party on the out- Â¬ look or refer with pride to recent po- Â¬ litical events as indicative of probable success He lays stress on the impor- Â¬ tance of the issues just as he did in 1888 but in his letter of the lat- Â¬ ter year he declared that on the iesult of such an issue that of the tariff fairly presented to the popular judgment there is no room for doubt In his recent letter he declares that tho popular decision on these issues not specified except in the vague statement that the industrial and financial policies of the government are at stake is of great moment but he studiously refrains from expressing the opinion that there is no doubt as to the result The contrast is significant In view of it the country may also recall with profit that the 1883 letter though so much fuller and more emphatic than the recent letter was not accepted as final and that he was compelled to supple- Â¬ ment it with a dispatch in June asking his friends to refrain from voting for him in the convention And they do say that all of his friends with the ex- Â¬ ception of his fool friend Bou telle understood him to mean that thoy were only to refrain from voting for him in case it became apparent that he could not be nominated and that ho has never forgiven Boutellc for taking him at his word Detroit Free Press A Â¬ Â¬ ilt gaeiti During tho last year tho women connected with tho Methodist Episcopal CIRED KELLAM J church havo raised for foreign missions WITH tho sum of S20Hfl00G9 an advance of 64338074 over tho contributions of tho M S TIMMONDS year before Mid Continent At a certain church near Ledbury England a sermon is still pronched PORTSMOUTH 0 yearly ogainst tho vice of dueling Tills apl8ly Is done in accordance with the last will r per WTawrT SALARY and testament of a fair damsel whoso Wakted Good Agexta to rptt rival lovers died fighting for her hund General line of merchandise tfJ ABOVE BALARY WILL K Toronto Canada still means to FKDDLINO FOR FIT honor the Sabbath and protect tho PAID TO LIVE AOBNT8 workingmen in the enjoyment of a day AUXJV llirUISMAlJUfl AUlftUTO of sacred rest The question of intro- Â¬ CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY COj io r vuu uureu oi umuAUt ill ducing the Sunday strcot car was lately submitted to a popular voto and was ENItY MATLOOK decided negatively by a voto of 14140 WITH ogainst to 10011 for Presbyterian Ob- Â¬ kUW uuu uouiii Wholesale Grocery server H Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Salvation Army officials recently accepted plans for a largo temple which will be erected in New York city next spring as a memorial to Mrs Gen Booth In it national headquar- Â¬ ters will be located Tho site is not definitely determined The estimated cost of the building complete will be MCMILLAN HAZEN GO Mi WHOLESALE BOOTS AND SHOES KNOXVILLE TENN by nbout 200000 Methodist college presidents to the number of eighteen wore in session reJriFThc above goods are handled cently at Cleveland O and effected an DAY CO Hazel Green Ky organization The burden of tho meeting was to make sentiment in favor ol Â¬ Â¬ Jl Â¬ methodizing the educational development and establishing some sort ol unit by which tho grade of a school may be determined The watchmakers of Switzerland at a recent convention in Berne de cided to make an exhibit at Chicago ol their finest and costliest watches but not to attempt any competition with American manufacturers in cheapei grades They have applied to tho Swiss council for financial and other aid tc enable them to make a creditablo ex flftliP bousi AND MARKS BROS MARES cloth Nos 134 138 RACE STREET Â¬ Â¬ bread-and-butt- er M 1 water with which to remove all grease spots from dishes tables or floor To prepare this dissolve about one half of the contents of 1 small can of potash in a gallon of water This may be kept in a jug in the cellar A pint bottle of the liquid should always be kept on the shelf in tho kitchen or pantry but always out of tho reaeh of meddling little hands If the bottle is of suitable shape a strong cord around the neck with a nail vi hero it may bo hung on the wall wilt answer tho purpose quite as well A tftaspoonful of this liquid will bo found a most useful addition to the water to use for scrubbing the tablcB Kettles or frying pans in which meat has been cooked should bo placed on tho stove and allowed to becomo hot beforo botng washed This will make tho task much moro easy and expedi Â¬ tious An item which is second in im- Â¬ portance to none is tho cave of dish cloths and towels After uslngcloths should be throw into a pan of water with a piece of salsoda or iv spoonful of potash solu- Â¬ tion placed on tho stove and allowed to become hot Thoy may then be washed out with soap rinsed and hung up to dry To wring a cloth out of or- Â¬ dinary dish water and hang it away us clean is something that no first class houso keoper will ever bo guilty o do Â¬ ing Tho tost of neatness in ninny households is tho manner in which such artlclos aro kept Soiled glass nnd china towels may bo put in the laundry basket and fresh onos brought out ovory day if there is iv sufficient stock of theso articles on hand If not thoy also may be put into tho pan with tho soda or potash rubbed out nnd hung up to dry Treated in this HARRISON IS WEAK way however thoy do not ubsorb tho moisturo from tho china as quickly ltepubllcnna by No Memu KntliuiiUiitla Over Him and although a larg s stock of towels of this sort is qulto an expensive item it Thoro has been somewhat of an im- Â¬ really pays in time and convenience to pression since Blaine wrote his lottor of declination that the road was cleared havo thom N Y Lodger for tho nomination of President Harri- Â¬ An Old Head son for a second term Many havo Llttlo Daughter Im awful sorry wo supposed that the rush of tho other had our old piano tuned candidates was a sort of battle of tho Mother Why my dear pigmies nnd that tho present incum- Â¬ Littlo Daughter Cause when I play bent is cortnin of another nomina- Â¬ now I cant blame the discords on tho tion piano Chicago Graphic In view of this feeling tho opinion of Col Ingersoll on this point will bo of yawned a bachelor Ah this interest In an interview ho says To world is but a gloomy prlsonl Harrison will have u great many competitors thoe in solitary confinement Onco Uhoun candidate and Will may unite ugulnst thoy tda and they probably lie In not u very a Week Â¬ -- Some houBclccepers always havo at hand a bottle of rather strong potash ent CINCINNATI O becoming like Western na tions Even its custom of housekeep ing will bo modified when the new THE KRUSE 5 BAHLMAN school for foreign and domestic affairs is opened Japanese girls will ore long be taught practical home life as it is understood among western nations so that they may be able to adopt the social customs of the west as readily as DOMPAHY Japanese men have done 11 15 and 17 West Pearl Stroot In Spain the agitation for rest on the Lordb day is being championed by CINCINNATI O those high in authority Minister Canovas del Castillo has in President troduced a law into the cortes to the effect that no person under sixteen be uThe wholesale trade of Eastern Ki allowed to do any work on Sunday tncky 11 respectfully solicited that in all state provincial nnd mu nicipal establishments Sunday rest is obligatory that labor on Sunday is al- Â¬ lowed onty in cases where it is abso lutely necessary in which discs special permission must be secured and that in all cases cmploj crs must grant their employes sufficient time to perform -G0MPANYS their religious duties N Y Independ- hibit Japan is HARDWAR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GEO W MAIP Dry Goods Â¬ THE PERFECT WAY Kent Me una of Wholesale 101 Notioi iywijIo the Child lustruntlnj a 103 and 105 W Fourth Street There is no other way to teach a child CINCINNATI 0 truthfulness except example A fact South 81de POINTED PARAGRAPHS thatparents seldom take into account Blaine having stepped aside tho in the training of their children in tho young British lions tail is perceived to bo ways of truthfulness is that untwisting itself Philadel child is not born with an ins act for gradually truth telling The love of truth is an phia Record acquired virtue A child can have it For over two weeks President Harrison has been engaged in an un but it must bo taught it And the way availing struggle to make people see to teach truth is to live it Never de part tho strictest truth that he is somewhere under Blaines child from ho will soon como towith n know and Chicago Times discarded mantle what truth means There was one democrat on the And bo patient if his littlo feet foljury that tried Quays libel suit aguinst the democratic journal at Beaver Falls low your own in truths highway fal Remember how Pa Tho fear was expressed that lie tering sometimes perplexed tho littlo brain must often Nos 74 and 76 Main Street would hang tho jury It looks at this bo betwixt the world of realities distance as though tho jury was comCINCINNATI OS posed of a class ot citizens who wel in which he dwells part of tho deserve hanging St Louis Republic time and the world of un realties into MEYER The protest of democracy against which his busy imagination gives him W1TII czarism and the suppression of debate tho entree He spends two thirds of his GUS under Speaker Reed was a protest of waking time in playing thnt things aro principle and tho principle applies to something else Ho hitches a chair up a democratic majority as forcibly as to with a rope and it becomes a fiery steed a republican majority The tempta or a train of cars Put a big cocked o J0Bnnn8 in o tion to pay the republicans back in hat on his head nnd ho straightway beAgricultural Implemei their own coin is a strong one but It comes a fireman nnd rescues throngs of Hardware should bo firmly resisted N Y World Btricken pcoplo from a burning buildRepublican organs have criticized ing Tho cat is a lion or a tiger or a OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS Â¬ schletjtke CO GROSSMAN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Saddlery and Harnesi Â¬ WMKERRG0 nrnWQ vnSTRR STOVE EVAPORATO COOKS MILLS CnAMriON REAPERS MO WJSlto ftr4TmA OTAIMMDT1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the action of a democratic congress in preventing tho uso of a government vessel for tho transportation of sur plies to tho starving peasants of Russia Tho reason for this proper ac tion of democratic representatives was their disinclination to follow tho cus- Â¬ tom of republicans in beiug generous with other peoples money It is easy to vote supplies from tho public purse But it is impossible to demonstrate tho propriety of tho act Chicago Times Talk of a womans Nol Why Its a mere lleoblto compared with flirta- Â¬ tions now escaping from that political coquette and idol of tho republican party If over man flirted with tho height of his ambition tis tho fascin- Â¬ ating James A modorn philosophor hath said that the root of all evil is letter-writing Blaines letter re Â¬ marked a fellow citizen last week re- Â¬ minds roe of ono of those bombs thoy send off be fore the real firnworks bo gin It is all sound and hurrah but it makes pcoplo devilish anxious to see Boston Herald what is coining next Â¬ wlialo us may needs be nnd the stuffed doll is n sick baby on which tho small mother weeps profusely Inf this Bhadowy half truo world tho littlo ones live nnd then suddenly ono of their elders swoops down upon them and demands tho sharpest most accu Â¬ rate statement of facts from a bewil Â¬ dered littlo njlnd that can not oven know whether tho world of fact is tho ono it habitually dwells in or not Tho only wonder Is that children aro not all hopeless liars St Louis Republic Contemporary Jaurnnlliiii AMn a mri1 a nnowi AND bASII A SPECIAL DOORS fc 113 u Nos 110 01y Second htrcot IRONTON OM YOU WANT TO SAl FROM 25 to 00 UEKTS UiN Hj DOLLAR YOU SPEND If bo Wi t I0 OUR VOTi ILLUSTRATED UATAIA wHTATvmn TrTnsTRATIONa ANDTl tiie United States is Â¬ OF EVERYTHINO TRICEB MANUFACTURE0 First Newspapor Reader your paper mament First N What ER8 10000 manufaw atILLUBTRATll UlTAUv Second Newspaper Reader Tho Fir- MAILED FREE ON APPLICATION ALLLINE8 REPRESENTED nvvnmM SUPPLY R It wont comparo with ovirnAnn West Van Bure 8t No 178 tho Solar Syatom CHICAGO ilu 8econd N R Bahl Tho Solar didnt give any details about Pcff ors whiskers be In trimmed TrirXn V Writing P First N R Yef but it nnnounced OTAT IU11 JilVA i jMiveionti M exclusively Blaines Turkish bath last Pen A o fnr MAlA Bt ttlll OlflCfl Call Kot Paper only 10a a qair night Life you Address an neeo uiuui J m mt k GO AFTER RELIGION For Thoro Is No Othor Way of G owing ir Dont Mlrawhnr Ilke Watt For n thlnfe i ome- - to Turn lip Tlioro Is orcnt Surprint Coining to Every Chrl Ottn Sermon by Rov T De Witt Ttilinrtfce U I not told inc Solomon hud resolved that Jerusulom should bo tho center of all sacred regal and commercial magnificence Ho set himself to work and monopolized tho surrounding desert as a highway for his caravans Ho built tho city of Palmyra around ono of tho principal wells of tho east so that all tho long trains of merchandise from tho cast were obliged to stop there pay toll and leave part of their wealth in tho hands of Solomons merchants He manned tho Fortress Thupsacus at tho chief ford of tho Euphrates and put under guard every thing that passed there The thrco groat products of Palestine wine pressed from tho richest clusters and celebrated the world over oil which in that hot country is tho outlro substitute for butter and lard and was pressed from tho olivo branches until every tree in tho country became an oil well and honey which was tho entire substitute for sugar these three great products of tho country Solomon ox ported and rccolved In return fruits and precious woods and the animals of every clime lie went down to Ezion geberand or- Â¬ dered a fleet of ships to bo constructed oversaw tho workmen and watched the launching of tho flotilla which was to go out on moro than a years voyage to bring homo tho wealth of tho then known world Ho heard that tho Egyp- Â¬ tian horses wrc large and swift and long maned and round limbed and ho resolved to purchase them giving 875 apiece for them putting tho best of these horses in his own stall and sell- Â¬ ing the surplus to foreign potentates at great profit He heard that there was tho best of timber on JMt Lebanon and ho sont out 180000 men to hew down the forest and drag the timber through the mount-Â¬ ain gorges to construct into rafts to be floated to Joppa and from thence to be drawn by ox teams twenty flvo miles He across tho land to Jerusalem heard that there wero beautiful flowers in other lands Ho sont for thorn planted them in his own gardens and to this very day there are flowers found in the ruins of that city such as are to bo found in no other part of Palestine the lineal descendants of the very flowers Ho heard that that- Solomon planted in foreign groves there woro birds of richest voico and most luxuriant people to He sent out wing catch them and bring them there and put them into his cages Stand back now and see this long train of camels coming up to the kings gate and tho ox trains from Egypt gold and silver nnd precious stone and bensts of every hoof and birds of every wing and fish of every scale See the peacocks strut under tho cedars and the horsemen run and tho chariots Gaze wheel Hark to the orchestra upon tho dance Not stopping to look into tho wonders of tho temple step right on to tho causoway and pass up to Solomons palace Here wo find ourselves amid a collec- Â¬ tion of buildings on which tho king had lavished tho wealth of many empires The genius of Hiram tho architect and of the othor artists is horo seen in tho long line of corridors and tho suspended gallery and the approach to tho throne Tracer led window opposlto traccried window Bronzed ornaments bursting into lotus and lily and pomegranate Chapiters surrounded by not work of leaves in which imitation fruit seem Â¬ ed suspended as in hanging baskets Three branches so Tosophus tells us three branches sculptured on the mar- Â¬ ble so thin and subtlo that even the leaves soemed to qulvor A laver capa Â¬ ble of holding flvo hundred barrels of tvater on six hundred brazen ox heads which gushed with water and filled tho whole placo with coolness nnd crystal- Â¬ line brightness and musical plash Ten tables chased with chariot wheel and lion and cherubim Solomon sat on a throne of ivory At the seating place of tho throne on each end of tho stops a brazen Hon Why my friends In that placo they trimmed their candles with snuffers of gold thoy cut their fruits with knlvos of gold and thej washed tholr faces in basins of gold and they scooped out tho ashes with shovels of gold and thoy stirred the altar fires with tongs of gold Gold reflected in tho watorl Gold flashing from tho npparel Gold blazing In tho crown Gold gold gold Of course tho nows of tho aflluenco of that placo wont out cverywhoro by every caravan and by wing 5t every ship until soon tho streets of Jerusalem are crowded with curiosity scokors What is that long procession approaching Jerusalem I think from tho pomp of it thero must bo royalty In tho train I smell tho breath of tho spices which are brought as presents and I hear tho shout of tho drivers nnd I soo tho dust covered caravan showing that they como from far nway Cry tho news up to tho palace The Queon of Sheba advaucos Let all the people como out to soo Let tho mighty men of tho land come out on tho palaco corridors Let Solomon como down the stair of tho palaco before the Queen has alighted Shako out the cinnamon juid the sulTron and the calamus and - Dr Tulmngos text on Sunday was I Kings x 75 Behold tho half was and pas It Into tho treasure house Take up tho diamonds until they glitter in tho sun Tho Queen of Sheba alights Sho enters the palaco Sho washes at tho batlu Sho sits down at tho banquot Tho cup bearers bow Tho meat smokes You hear the dash ot waters from tho molten sea Then sho rises frotn tho banquet and walks through tho conservatories and gazes on tho architecture and she asks Solomon many strango questions and she learns about tho religion of tho llebrows and sho then and thero becomes a servant of the Lord God She Is overwhelmed Sho begins to think that all the spices sho brought and all the proclous woods which aro intended to be turned into harps and psalteries and into railings for tho causeway between the temple and tho palaco und the S180000 in money sho began to think that all those pres Â¬ ents amount to nothing in such a placo and she is almost ashamed that she has brought them and sho says within her Â¬ self I heard a great deal about this wonderful religion of the Hebrews but I find It far beyond my highest antici- Â¬ pations I must add moro than fifty per cent to what has been related It exceeds everything that I could havo expected Tho half the half was not told me Learn from this subject what a beau Â¬ tiful thing it is when social position and wealth surrender thomsolves to God When religion comes to a neighbor- Â¬ hood the first to receive it nre tho women Somo men say it is because they aro weak minded I say it is be- Â¬ cause they havo quicker perception of what is right moro ardent affection and capacity for subllmcr emotion After tho women havo received tho Gospol then all tho distressed and tho proof of both sexes those who havo no friends accept Jesus Last of all come the people of aflluenco and high social position Alas that It is so If thero are thoso hero to day who havo boon favored of fortune or ns I might bettor put it favored of God surrender all you havo and all you ex- Â¬ pect to bo to tho Lord who blessed this Queen of Sheba Certainly you are not ashamed to bo found in the queens company I am glad that Christ has had his imperial friends in all ages Elizabeth Christina quoen of Prussia Maria Feodorovna queen of Russia Mario empress of France Helena tho of Constantino imperial mother Arcadia from her great fortunes build ing public baths in Constantinople and toiling for the alleviation of the masses Queen Clouldn leading her husband nnd 8000 of his armed warriors to Christian baptism Elizabeth of Bur Â¬ gundy giving her jeweled glovo to a beggar and scattering groat fortunes among the distressed Princo Albert singing Rock of Ages in tho Windsor castle and Queen Victoria incognita reading the scriptures to a dying pauper I bless God that tho day is coming when royalty will bring all its thrones and music nil its harmonies and paint Â¬ ing all Its pictures and sculpture all its statuary and architecture all its pil- Â¬ lars and conquest all its scepters and tho quoens of the earth in long line of advance franincenso filling tho nir and tho camels laden with gold shall approach Jerusalem and the gates shall be hoisted and tho groat burden of splendor shall be lifted into the place of this greater than Solomon Again my subject teaches mo what is earnestness in tho search of truth Do jou know where Sheba was It was Abyssinn or somo say in tho south- Â¬ ern part of Arabia Felix In either case it was a great way off from To get from thero to Jerusalem Jerusalem sho had to po across a bandits with country infested and go across blistering deserts Why did not the queen of Sheba stay at homo nnd send a committee to inquire about this new religion and havo tho delegates report In regard to that ro Uglon nnd wealth of King Solomon Sho wanted to see for herself and hoar for herself She could not do this by work of committee Sho felt sho had a soul worth ton thousand kingdoms liko Sheba and sho wanted a robo richer than any woven by Oriental shuttles and she wanted a crown sot with tho jewels of eternity Bring out tho camels Put on tho spices Gather up tho jewels of tho throno and put thorn on tho caravan Start now no tlmo to be lost Goad on tho camels When I see that caravan dust covered weary and exhausted trudging on across tho desert and among tho bandits until it reaches Jerusalem I say Thoro is an earnest seeker nftcr tho tho frankincense Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ declares It Tho Queen South that is this vory I nm speaking of tho quoen south shall rlso tin iniudcmont against this generation and condemn It for sho came from tho uttormost parts of tho earth to hear tho wisdom of Sol- Â¬ omon and behold a groater than Sol- Â¬ omon is here God help mo to break up tho infatuation of thoso pcoplo who aro sitting down in idleness expecting Strive to enter in nt tho to bo saved strait gate Ask and it shall bo given you seek nnd yo shall find knock and Tako thot it shall bo oponcd to you kingdom of Heaven by violence Urgo on tho camels Again my subject improssos mo with tho fact that religion Is a surprlso to any one that gots It This story of tho now religion in Jcrusalom and of tho glory of King Solomon who was a typo of Christ that story rolls on nnd on and Is told by every travelor coming back from Jerusalem Tho news goes on tho wing of every ship nnd with ovory caravan nnd you know n story enlarges as it is retold and by tho tlmo tho story gets down into tho southorn part of Arabia Felix and tho Quoen of Sheba hoars it it must bo a tromondous story And yet this Queen doelnros In regard to it although she had heard so much and had her anticipations raised so high tho half tho half was not told Bible of tho woman of tho Â¬ AGRICULTURALHINTS FEEDING CORN FODDER An Improvement That Should Ha ItUro riucecl on Kvery Farm A T V THE CORN WORM r Thai Attack Many fclaaWi MT P I J Â¬ But thero are a great many of you my friends who do not act in tlat way You all want to got tho truth but you want tho truth to como to youj you do not want to go to It Thoro aro pcoplo I am who fold their arms and say roady to become a Christian at any time if I am to bo saved I shall bo saved and if I am lost I shall bo lost Ah Jerusalem will novor como to you Tho reyou must go to Tornsalora ligion of tho Lord Josus Christ will not como to you you must go and get re- Â¬ Â¬ truth ligion Bring out tho camels put on all tho sweet spices nil tho treasures of tho hearts affection Start for tho throno Go In and hear the waters of salvatlon dashing in fountains all around about tho throno Sit down at tho banquot tho wine pressed from tho grapes of tho heavenly Eschol the angels of God tho cup bcarcra Goad on tho eanieli Jerusulom will never como to you The Jerusalem you must c So religion is always a surprlso to any ono that gots It Tho story of grace an old story Apostles preached it with rattlo of chain martyrs declared it with arm of firo doath beds have affirmed it with visions of glory and ministers of religion havo sounded it through tho lanes and tho highways and tho chancls and tho cathedrals It has been cut into stono with chisel and spread on tho ennvas with poncil and it has been recited in the doxology of great congregations And yot wnon a man first como to look on tho palaco of Gods mercy nnd to seo tho roynlty of Christ and the wealth of tho banquot and the luxurianco of His attendants and the loveliness of his faco and the joy of His servico ho exclaims with prayers with tears with sighs with Tho half tho half was not triumphs told me I appeal to thoso in this houso who are Christians Compare tho idea you had of tho joy of the Christian lifo be- Â¬ fore you became a Christian with tho appreciation of that joy you havo now since you have becomo a Christian and you aro willing to attest before angels and men that you nevor In tho days of your spiritual bondage had any appre- Â¬ ciation of what is to come You aro ready to day to answer and if I gavo you an opportunity in the midst of this assemblage you would speak out and say in regard to tho discoveries you have mado of tho mercy and the grace and tho goodness The half tho half was not told to mo Well wo hear a good deal about tho good time that is coming in this world when it is to be girded with salvation Holiness on tho bells of tho horses Tho lions mnno patted by tho hand of a babe Ships of Tarshish bringing cargoes for Jesus and tho hard dry barren winter bleached storm scarred thunder split rocks breaking into floods of bright water Deserts into which dromedaries thrust their nostrils because they wero afraid of tho simoon deserts blooming into carnation roses and silver tipped lilies It is tho old story Everybody tolls it Isaiah told it John told It Paul told it Ezckicl told It Luther told it Calvin told it John Milton told It everybody tells it and yet and yet whon tho midnight shall fly tho hills and Christ shall marshal His great army and China dashing her idols into tho dust shall hear tho voice of God and wheol into line nnd India destroying her juggernaut and snatching up hor little children from the Ganges shall hear the voice of God and wheel into line and vine covered Italy and all tho nations of tho earth shall hear tho voico of God and fall Into line then tho church which has been toiling and struggling through the centuries robed nnd garlanded lik6 a brido adorned for her husband shall put asido her voil and look up into tho faco of her Lord King and say The half tho half was not told me Well there is coming n greater sur Â¬ prise to ovory Christian a greater sur-Â¬ prlso than any thing I havo depleted Heaven is an old story Every body talks about It Thoro Is hardly a hymn In tho hymn book that does not refer to it Children read about It in their Sabbath school book Aged men put on tholr spectacles to study It Wo say it is a harbor from tho storm Wo call it our homo Wo say it is tho houso of many man- Â¬ sions Wo wenvo together nil sweet beautiful dollcato cxhllarant words wo weavo them Into lotters and then wo spell it out in roso and lily and nmaranth And yet that placo is going to bo a surprlso to tho most intelligent Christian Liko the Queen of Shoba report has como to us from tho far country and many of us have started It Is a desert march but we urgo on tho cnmels What though our We foot bo blistered with the way aro hastening to the palaco We tako all our loves and hopes and Christian ambitions as frankincense und myrrh nnd cassia to tho great king Wo must not rest Wo must not halt Tho night is coming on nnd it is not saf out here in tho desert Urgo on tho camels I see tho domes against tho sky and tho houses of Lobnnon and the templos and tho gardens See tho fountains dance in the sun and tho gates Hush us hey open to let in the poor pilgrims Â¬ Â¬ her I foot while tho feeder is descending the steps or coming around tho back way is tho ordinary method of feeding fod Â¬ der from tho twostory or bank barn Those who havo boon pursuing this plan will greatly apprcointo tho improvement represented in tho out and as Its cost is comparatively small it comes within reach of all A plat Â¬ form 13 to 14 feet long aud as wide as the small double doors seven feet or more is hung to tho roar of tho barn Out upon this the fodder is enrrlod and dropped Into n feeding rack placed on tho ground just below Tho side beams of this hanging platform are mado of light wood pine or poplar 8 Inches by 8 Inches connected bolow by four cross pieces of stouter material 8 inches by 4 inches all firmly bolted together Boards nailed down upon thoso cross pieces form tho floor A bolt having a hook nbovo Is Insorted near tho outer end of each side beam of tho platform und In each door post about four feet from the floor a sim Â¬ ilar hooked bolt is placed upon which aro hung tho brnce rods mado of five eighth inch round iron furnished with a ring at each end Through tho sill just back of each door post two half inch holes arc borod and an iron loop C insorted having an Inside measure slightly greater than threo inches In width and extending half a fobt or moro bolow tho surface Theso receive and hold tho beams at tho back end of the platform To prevent straining thoso loops by any horizon- Â¬ tal thrust a board B is placod just behind them against which tho ends of tho beams may rest This board is AA supported by others nailed against tho sleepers in tho position shown in tho drawing Whon tho sou sous feeding is done the platform Is Â¬ Throwing tho bundles upon the ground for tho cattlo to trample undor The corn worm has received alte tlon chiefly as a cottoa pest but the re cent work of the United States division of entomology indicates that its Importance as a cotton Insoothas been exaggerated and that its injuries to corn are as great as to cotton The worm Is woll known over a large part of tho United States in the south as tho boll worm or when in cornfields in early summer as tho bud worm tas Â¬ sel worm or oar worm and in tho north nnd west as tho corn worm the tomato and fruit worm and by other titlos derived from its various food plants peas beans eta Its most no- tlccablo damage to corn la dono by eating Into tho ears when in the milk fur Â¬ rowing its way through tho kernels at first the end of the ear but often reach ing tho middle bofore it ceases work and by leaving its track lined with semi Â¬ solid excrement thus providing a for- tilo soil for tho development of all kinds of molds The worms doing damage of this description boloug to Â¬ Â¬ Dsh Great Damage - i 4 C f eft b wc corn on eggo e 2 roll worm larva d pupa In cocoon moth with wings expanded und folded t Sifer sS3IS Itf again needed C KOK FEKDINO COHN FODDER taken down and stowed away until just bolow tho outer end of tho pint form and parallel with tho barn In this position It may bo slxtoen feot long and yet easily reached from tho Ordinary fencing boards platform and scantling arc used in Its construction The bottom of the rack Is formed of boards lying upon tho threo strips nailed from post to post across it below It Is sot upon tho ground without sinking the posts into tho soil and when the feeding season is past may be lifted out of the manuro which has accumulated around it and carried S P Shull in Rural Now aside Yorker Â¬ Â¬ Tho feed rack Is placed Importance or tho Ilarnynril Out of tho barnyard aro the issues of crops Somo farmers have no barn yards and they aro the ones who com Â¬ plain of hard times The no barnyard system of farming will answer only in thoso places where tho soil is still rich with the virgin fertility and they aro getting liko the bison to be a rare thing In this country Snvo tho ma Â¬ nuro Waste your swill aud let tho apples decay upon tho ground If you will but save the manure Let us look Into a mans barnyard In winter and there will bo no troublo in deter- Â¬ mining about tho sizo and fullness of the granary and how the dally table Is supplied with food Build the whole farm upon tho barnyard American Â¬ the second brood Tho worms of tho first brood are said to feed upon the unopened tassels and do not attract much attention Tho moth shown In tho Illustration Is rather stout bodied of a dull ochor yellow color aud bo longs to the family of owlet or night flying moths Noctuidnj The eggs aro deposited upon the silks of tho corn and hutch In a few days Tho larvus feed until tho corn becomes hard when thoy descend Into tho ground and pupate within an inch or two of tho surface The pupa coll Is hollowed out smooth and kept free from looso dirt Observations seem to provo that if the pupa freezes when in contact with loose dirt or even if surrounded with moist looso dirt which is not al- Â¬ lowed to frcozo for somo little timo it will die while if it freezes undisturbed in its smooth and hollow coll it will bo unharmed and a moth will issuo in tho spring This fact teaches that badly infested Holds of corn should bo harvested in timo to plow them in au Â¬ tumn so as to destroy tho pupa colls and thus cnuso tho death of tho pupiu by their freezing in contact with Uio loosened dirt in winter Tho various oxpedionts of light traps and poisoned baits cannot bo vory highly recom- Â¬ Oraugo Judd mended at present Farmer REGARDING SEEDLINGS Uncertainty That I Inspiring und Gives Zett to Our Labor Â¬ Agriculturist Minks anil lIutvkH There is no way to avoid loss from minks and hawks except to protect tho chicks and fowls in some manner The mink usually goes into the poultry-house at night and a pair of thorn will kill every bird on tho roost Tho remedy in that caso is simple which is to havo no holes large enough for a mink to enter Tho poultry houso should be securely closed Tho depre Â¬ dations of the hawk may bo partially avoided by having loose brush small coops or other places of refugo for tho chicks whenever tho hawks put In an appenrance as tho ohicks will bo warned In time to seek cover by tho cock und also by tho hens Farm und Fireside Milturo of Iopcorn From 50 to CO bushols of 40 pounds each of popcorn may bo raised on un Tho price acre with good culture ranges from two to threo cents por omul sometimes u little higher Seed may be obtalued from nny seedsman but it is often more or loss mixed It requires u good soil well worked und it must bo kept until it Is nearly a year old before It Is marketed Mice must bo kept from It any taint is ruinous It may bo planted a little closer than the larger field corn The variety known as rice corn is among tho best Rural Yorker Kr Tn k six woolen mills of Lawrenco used during tho past year over twenty one million pounds of wool Mass be well looked after Confined ou4 air U fatul to sheep Vkntiiatiok of tho sheep pens must poison western writer advances tho pe- Â¬ culiar tlioory that unlike the seed of tho applo tho nut will produco u trco that will yield nuts like the ono from Blunting a nut is which it sprang only another way of transplanting etc Tho applo havlug been longer under cultivation than any of our naÂ¬ tive nut trees thero is likely to bo a greater or wider departure from the original typo but whoever found any two trees of hickory bearing exactly the same sizo form and quality of of nuta And this accounts for tho ro markablo variations of the mixture seen In any largo lot of nuts in tho market It is one of tho rules of nature nover to produco two things alike and upon this variableness ull progress or what we call Improvement Is founded If wo select tho largest und thinnest shelled hickorynuts peenns walnuts or chestnuts and plant them our chances are better or grcutor for pro- Â¬ ducing a choice variety than if wo pur- Â¬ sue the opposite course but thero is no certainty that all or tiny great part of the seedlings will produco nuts equal to those planted For instance Tho papersholl hickory is probably ono of tho largest and best varieties of the shellbark hickory yot discovered In this country but tho chances are that not moro than ono seedling in u hundred received from the nuts will bo superior or equal to those of tho pnrcnt tree Only ono seedling of this most remnrkablo nut has ns yet jeomo into bearing aud tho product is far Inferior to nny of tho hickorynuts found common in our forests Tho un- Â¬ certainty of obtaining as good or val Â¬ uable varieties us those from which tho seed was gathered in nut or fruit trees should not however discourage but rather stimulate to greater exortlon in that direction for if every experiment wero certain to end in a great advance we would soon roach tho limit and lose Interest in such operations It is the uncertainty and the slow progress we aro permitted to make under the most favorable conditions that give zest to our labor and enable us to relish and enjoy our acquisitions be they little or much Audrew 8 Fuller iu N Y h 1 Tribune Bhioht corn fodder k a healtkf til W iwu yr awwpjt A i v - i i -- i J HUMHOIIIWHH mii i Jll iwpwH iWWI TWI jicyMify IM I Hazel Gjreen SPENDER COOPER Herald - - - Editor Fhiday HAZEL GREEN KY April 8 1892 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congresa Tenth District JOSEPH M KENDALL of Floyd This week wo hoist nt tho head of these columns tho name of Hon Joseph 31 Kendall of Floyd county as the Demo- Â¬ cratic candidate for Congress from tho Tenth District Mr Kendall is thor Â¬ oughly equipped for tho duties of tho position and not only the Democratic party but the people of the district with out regard to politics may rest assured that their interests aro in safe hands with Joe Kendall as our Congressman Hav Â¬ ing been a long timoom ployed in various positions at Washington both with his lamented father and the lato lamented Preston Taulbce ho is thoroughly versed in the work in the departments and goes thero ready to begin work as soon as he is sworn in We have written tho above without stopping to think that he may havo opposition in his race but in the event ho does thero is no dangei of his defeat if every Democrat will do his duty from this time to election day tiie 21st iust and wo hereby urge every mai to do his duty Aud now for his election by a large majority Â¬ 1 is interesting in tho comparison and In Â¬ crease shown for tho past thirty years in tho pupil census school fund apjortioncd per capita and number of counties and districts in tho State Omitting the years intervening and tho tablo in decades ut peara as follows Pupil School Fund Per School DM Oi Yenr Census Apportioned 10T 222f 100138 4 1HG2 V2Sm 230 o381 01343200 403840 1872 140 0330 08131100 1W2 4888ir 223 5801 1812 f810 3 13111012 Glum in at the epistolary reports of the County Supeiintcndents W J Da Â¬ vidson of Pulaski county evidently hit tho keynote of complaint that comes from most counties when he wrote that trus tecs who aro ignorant and uneducated themselves believe that anybody who can spell read and write can teach a district school Continuing ho says in reference to schools that are taught only threo and It is my opinion that four months each county should be made tho basis for local taxation instead of tho school district In this way each district would have something like an eounl sharo of the public money while as it is a burden Â¬ some tax in poorer districts would rait o but little money when in districts hav Â¬ ing railroad lines or other exteusive improvements a small tax raises considera- Â¬ Under this arrangement I ble money think each county should be compelled to raiso a given amount before it would bo entitled to tho State fund 1 theSuperintendentof Public Instruction THE SCHOOLS GROW Increase In Number of lNipll mill School Tumi tor Thirty Yrm n A tablo in tho forthcoming report of X MOW TRIMBLTBROSy 1 - WHOLESALE v i f n f i obocmWi AIT STERLING KY i S I V 4 ft jjao LonMgnments of produce patronage of Mountain Merchants and the respect hilly Hollcitcd JcMlv J It Sharp Uruce Trimble TGDcnloii SHARP A TRIMBLE DENTON I MT STERLING KY 4i Have now a complete lino of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes and Gents Furnishing Goods l Â¬ 1 Wo solicit an inspection of2 our goods and guarantee pri- ces satisfactory and articles as I recommended jj J jSJ iffiiffiiffisaSMfcwfl jj Â¬ pj Of r f LOOK AT THIS space anil prepare for the bargains which Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY T DAY CO I Q Capital J M G 200000 Surplus 30000 will next week offer you through this paper MGSTAFFTPrvHulent L KIIIKPATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON o POLITICAL OPINION Cimhier year It is evidently a Grover Cleveland Detroit Free Press v to bo hoped thnt tho Hland bill is Mem Â¬ not a second Patti Good bye phis Appeal Avalanche i It is Wc respectfully solicit the business of mer chants furmcrs traders and business men generally throughout Kastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us u chance to send you a bank book nay your checks and loan vou money when in need Vf W Thompson Cash transferring tho free coinage fight to the Republican Senate it might make con Â¬ siderable more advance than in tho Dem Â¬ ocratic House Providence Journal Tho defeat of the silver bill is still claimed as a victory for Cleveland We presume that when tho party in the South goes to pieces jthat will also be a victory for Cleveland Atlanta ConstiÂ¬ If Senator Stewart should succeed iu R S STRADER Successors to 74 K SON Co K Y J A Laii Main Strkkt LEXINGTON Vholesalc Dealers in u Straight Kentucky Brandies Whiskies c Wines Tiik most terrific tornado that has tution struck Kansas for years visited that Stato on Thursday night of last week Tho town of Tonawanda in Butler county was literally swept from tho face of tho earth and not a house left standing Tho population of tho place was 1300 and of these six dead bodies havo been found in tho ruins twenty more are fa- Â¬ tally hurt and forty more seriously in- Â¬ jured At Augusta four were killed and several injured Wm Little and four children were killed at Wellington At Strong City threo were killed outright At South Haven soven were killed Tho cyclone cxtonded into Missouri and great loss of life and damage to property is re- Â¬ ported from that State This Lexington Transcript of April 1 contained the announcement in a woll written article that cx Prcsidunt Cleveland wifo and baby Ruth had arrived in tho city during tho previous night and wero guests of the Phoonix Hotel Tho whole thing was of course an April fool fake but smart people called upon tho President all tho same What foids wo mortals be is as appropriate to day as during tho life of tho lato Hill 5hakspearo FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY CIGARS AND TOBACCO Agents for Old Pugh Old Tepper Old Tarr and Old Taylor Senator Morgan is tho life long and consistent friend of silver He proposes to havo it discussed in the Senate and he is right No dodging should be per- Â¬ mitted at tho behest ot Wall street Birmingham Age Herald Hopublicau organs aro very much disgruntled over tho shelving of tho free coinage question It gave promise of a campaign issue that would work greater damage to tho Democrats than the Re- Â¬ publicans and it would probably have clono so Pittsburgh Post Â¬ DINGFELDER WITH J M ROBINSON Importers and Jobbers of CO DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Tho free silver coinage issuo is that on which Speaker Crisps friends claimed CATLETTSBURC KY thnt ho was elected over Mr Mills As The Largest Drug House in tho Ohio Valley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that aro Sold by tho Dozen this issuo has been laid upon the shelf 16000 Square Foot of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed the oulythingleft for thoDemocratswho elected Crisp is tarill reform iu broken Sole proprietors of the rciiowiiclSAiX proprietors of the famous doses a la Springer Galveston News V WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS Noh 537 530 and 54- 1-- West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY jtiole H u G FEDER Dria Uniion 1 Â¬ For the permanent cure of Pains in the j only remedy that is sold on an absThe Democratic party was noyer more olute gtuiriiutrc to cure till Pains and Hack ami till disorders of the Kidneys fimil IMnnrv Orinns Thousands of eer o widely divided on an issuo and it would 9 Aches Cramps and Colic Diurrluea Ivk entery etc Used internally and exter- of those who have used this bo folly to lead them into a Presidential will be scut on application oiiallv The best Liniment in the world campaign with free silver as the battlb X THICK 100 2 CKSTS cry liie silver bill is practically shelved in Congros and thero it should be al- Â¬ BrFou Sam nv Duu Storks and Country Storks KviitYWHKBX a lowed to remain for tho balance of the Ga Enquirer Sun year Columbus Iilin NrDVPKINftf HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL Â¬ UIMMfK Eiedy rl JIC5 P -- 107 KACE STREET fSINCINNATL OHIO m v IIOBb SIS- IENDKKS and all kinds of staiiii wares and other goods iu rsotion ami rXDKUWKAIt SHAWNS SLOYiCS KUY ItLANKKTS Furnishing Goods Line II A G 500 March 20 1802 Wiikat Tim growing crop which is of most interest now to the country at large is Tho Oukhv Hkham tho best that of wheat The prospect for a fine crop paper published in the mountains is at this time is very tlntteriiig not onlv in our seven years old and enters upon its own State hut all over the Intnl Through of eighth year full of news and pluck Mr the fall and first partvery the winter the late slow growth sown wheat inuile Cooper its editor has had a hard fight through the mouth of March the growth hut has to win but has done it so cheerfully b eu very line The treeze on the 0th ocbravoly anil well that wo aro glad to send curring about the same timu of that of ISDO him congratulations Frankfort Capital was very alarming from the fact that the oil fully one half wns of Coming as tho abovo docs from the cropthe that year hciugcut favorable since ami weather but pen of tho brightest newspapor man in nothing untoreseen happens the crop will he kooiI per cent 02 Kentucky wo appreciate it boyoud any crage is small the prospect UYK The compliment over paid us Thanks Polk good 70 per cent 11 KM I The brcukiag is backward on ac for your encouraging words count of unfavoinhle weather Tliu ncreticu this year will fall off considerable from the Tub trial of C C Moore at Paris Ky tact that there is no money iu the crop at I yield was a v last week for malicious libel resulted as present pricesgood he per eent GO lair aver iu c the lint very MllKS This has been an interest of very follows On tho first count he was lined greatimpoitauec to our State but the trade 100 which he promptly paid in cash looks very blue at present Tho very great and on tho bccond ho was sentenced to deprehsioii of prices may be assignable to various causes two of which are apparent 50 days confinement in tho county jail First the very low prieeof cotton and sugar which ho is now paying on tho install- - Second It Is estimated that electricity has taken the place of over one hundred thous and mules which were oumlovcd on street incut plan ear lines iu the difVcrcnt towns aud cities of Amono Iho casualties reported in tho the United Stales The number of two year old mules being fed is 1087r Courier Journal of Saturday aro Ter- Â¬ Uoiisks St ck Hiio wintered remark rible explosion of dynamite at Hessemer ably well per cent 10 many fed as usual Ful Iviib JMkiCattu monthly Crop llonort For the purpose of comparison a presen tation in condensed form to made up from reports of correspondents from till over the Shite from more than DO counties up to Â¬ NEW HOUSE NEW GOODS NEW PRICES Fkiikk Co Church Street New Yoik VO Sptcial attention to mail orders Uavi Dealer in General Merchandise CAMPTON R H 11UYAN WITH KENTUCKY PEARSONCLARK WHOLESALE- fi we Mr W 1 Â¬ To the People Are you tired of paying old accounts aud long prices and do von want to find a place where von can buy goods with no loss of time AT THICKS T11AT DKFY COMIKTITIOX and where you will not be charged with the loss that follows a cuidit system If so call on me aud I will use every effort iu my power to make our business association both profitable and pleasant With thanks for your patronage iu the past and hoping to have a liberal share of the same iu future I am KO HOHINSON Most respectfully I Jl ML rfc r74 m vtm Hf rf ffvri f jnMMIUIIIIIIIIMI JAY-EYE-S- EE Oahk Hickory Jrovo Farm homo Kuclue N lsMiy Alter to lug of every known remedy 1 romouul n largo liuuch or two years hiuuuiiir iruiu n i juar oiu uuy Mil 12 M WEST MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY Â¬ J I Juy-lOyo-S- THE WINCHESTER BANK S with three appllcatlouu of WINCHESTER KY v 11 QUINNS OINTMENT I UMTHE1I8POOX It I Â¬ 1MJJWJ1 ItlHtfiohcatproparatlon I havooveruscdor heard of I heartily recommend It lo all Horsemen We have hundreds cfanch tcttimoniaU S 7 1 President HUNTEIt fas liift Paul up Capitnl 200000 00 HUT mvMJUBtradi smabk nlMGIlniiiiliilllii keep It mimluAUo Ltloeet W not kitsiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiMMl K KI1Y CO Wliiiuliull AV vmir ilrllLLlHt fur II IfllU MtumMi or silver Tort rlitl box N Surplus TUN ftUUUUUUU X W ii and somewhat better tpuility a large per eent will lie tat early J ho number put lo The undersigned takes pleasure in announcing that they lliave just completed ar slop at tho distilleries will be fat early 101 rangenie ms with the American Hook Company that will enable him to sell the school- per cent llocis Very little hog cholera Is reported binoks adopted bv the State Hoard ot ldacat on at the following reduced rates tfiil Hays Now First Arithmetic tho price not so good as last year but better McU alleys Small Primer M Second Arithmetic llevUcd Primer iu proportion than the price of pork there l f0 17 Third Arithmetic Kelectle Speller as many if not more for market will be fully oO II Kev to same 17 First Header this spring than usual per cent lot Chicago sufiercd severely from a Tliiirn vvtil be il lurire corn eriio liluntrwl as W II lligli Ailtlimetie K Sncotid Header II 7o Key tosame 12 Third Header windstorm on Friday evening- lust about purl of the hemp laud will be planted la M McGulfeys 1st ICeleetic ieography ro Fourth Header corn 1 10 II 2il Kelqctlo fJcography 7o vilark A sovon story building wn blown Filth Header Oat crop hardly an average will be sown I U II ad Kcleelle fcojiraphv 8i I lltf tl Mtlltltt f down Threo porsons werejihd ly tho late t ic American Hook Company are well known ho above school book publieatioiis of ToiiAtco Judging from tho great demand Ualling building aud mnuv more seriously for sued the crop will be very farce There standards and we shall at all times havu a full supply on bund for sale to school othucrs teachers or pupils at tho prices named Other Hcliool bookK published by the American Many other casualties are re- Â¬ has been sent out from this o dice an unusual Hook Coalpnnv U7 Walnut SHcet CTuoliinutl supplied at corresponuingiy low prices injuredN McDowkii of seed amount J T DAY St CD Hazel Green Ky CoiumUsIoncr ported Â¬ 1 3 V - Ala four men killed and their bodies torn to shrotte Nino trainmen injured n tho Ohio k Misshuijsfli ill a collision railroad A moCfivr4itff child burned to death at WUkcsbarre Pa GEBAFER SCHOOL B00S liiinu fiifiniTH triulcrM and business men geuerallv tliroiigliout Eastern Kentii ckr i mill ami oner hi ciiMonin uui huh m of il ust liberal terms within the Mm ts octlS ty legitimate banking Hank solicits the aeeountMof iiii ROSE DeBUSK lltAcruwi Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers HAZEL 1KEEN KY Hlacksmitlilug of all kinds solicited anf Wo make a special work promptly done ot IMllIiltng Sliorve WHgoiift nun kiiimhhu mi win i VfTUK All ilin urn indebted to til e linn or oitlier of us for uurk iuii i tHLit Liiinijihi iitri - iih lino tcuu nun timi i in bo deinamlid for all work done hereafiwvj 1 lloitlng a continuance of tho same HOSE k DkIII HM respectfully riniLIn vim for oust nut roiniLC llllil I lintel ArrtyOs H F PI13KATT Kendall received the vote of T PIERATT following guests have registered at Montirumorv in ThnrsdnVR nrimnrv after The Hush lamer circulation In Wolfe Morgan one of tlio linrdcst foujjlit contest that tho Hotel Day since Saturday i Wo can J II Spradlln W M Meek W J null Itrcntliltt liun nil other papers In the this county has over known state ami nierchauiM In Mt sterling Wiu confidently nswuro him tho ttnfllncliinj Mays Paintsville tester iesiiiKion imiisviuu hiiu mem nncl p unrfii HiinitnrL nf pverv ninn wlio L C Richmond Ivcy nut will illlll It Tlii I1IWT MKDIUM tllMllith wan liis opponent in tlio Into contest W W Miunick Oil Springs Iiamiih in which to secure Mountain Trade Reb Rendall W O Kendall JCarter Moro than that wc have heard very MHnrsrj itvp ADVKIITISINC HATKS many of tho men who were most open II W Cox T J Holm J L Henry M I aVAlWHa Lisle T Womack J l Salyer S J Salyer and active in their support of Mr Til ANSI KXT say that if Mr Kendall makes tho work West Liberty Advertisements Inserted for lcs tlinn B L Kit7ee Flnt Gap STOCK COUNTRY PRODUCE month will lie 7 cents an inch for the I rut ing memher they believe he will they F A Hopkins J P M Davidson J insertion and 25 cents an inch tor each miI are lor htm lor tlio full term The urkpatrick J M iilinti Nov sequent Insertion has certainlv made a snleit - N Hatcher T Y TUAN8IKNT AllVKItTlSlNO MUST did light and shown that ho has staying Davidson rrestonalmrg 1 D Sublett O D Sublctt D M Ha qualities that will bring him success Let in paid in advanci S rASIUNti AOVrKTISKMKNTS polls April 21 gcr W Gardner Salycrsville Buy your goods while they are cheap and now is the time every Democrat be at the 7 50 and 1 inch 12 mouths J W Rose Maytown cast a voto for Too M Kendall 12 50 Mt J inches J M York Pilcovillc Sterling Advocate Oth Inst 15 00 t incltOH Wash Wcddington Little Sandy 8 ISaEal I Incites l 7i J M Walden Davis Fork Delegates from Morgan Elliott Floyd 22 00 5 inches W B LoMaster Martinsburg t inches 21 00 Johnson and Magollin counties stopped and this is our reason We want to buy moro goods Liberal rates on lamer advertisements over here Sunday for dinner In tho af Mini Killed Near Cntnptjtn made known on application ternoon headed by Dr John A Inulbce We are not in business Local notices to he interspersed among who carried the banner the delegation Wo have iust heard that John Smith Dont you see that is business reading matter 10 cents a Hue with a dis left for Campton Tho bannor boro tho and W II Reynold living near lamp merely for pleasure nor for health but for the profit and count of 25 per cent where they run a month following inscription painted by our ton met in tho road near tho resuleneo the way to make it profitable is to sell everybody And tho or more father-in-laf Ira Drake Reynolds Obituaries tributes of icspcct etc 3c a rising young artist Jimmio Day Saturday They had a few unpleasant way to sen everyuouy is to sen eiieaper tnni anybody And line Count six words to the line and send 1 1 l words when Smith struck KoynoKls that We will write money with tlte manuscript is what we are irmiifv to no ior uasii or uountry rro- Hazel Green twice on the head with a piece of wood fthituurics and publish at 5 cents a line Ilah for Joe Marriage and death notices not exceeding from the effects of which he died in six luce Headquarters ten lines solicited and published Iltm hours Smith helped to dig the grave havo extended tho Credit System until wo nro compelled to closo our XlfHlMS IOIl liKOlIAU AllVIUTININO and assisted the neighbors in the inter- Â¬ hooks and wo respectfully ask those who owo us to come in nnd pny part JAVAltlK QUAItTKItlY ON DKMANO On their return having carried their ment after which ho was amsed and of your noto or account Trusting you will heed thiH we remain Address SIKNlFlt COOPKK banner to victory they held a regular old is now in jail at Campton bail beimr re- Â¬ or all Very respectfully c H P PIERATT CO Hael Green Ky Democratic love feast in front of tho Day fused Billy Reynolds was well known House indulging in speeches songs etc to many of tho citizens on this side of Wo over their triumph tho county and generally liked Tom Caskey had bills printed for his cannot now place the other man of- Â¬ horse Forrest Stonewall Jr at this Our friend Ed Cecil of Grassy has fice one day this week 113 IIB W Third Street - CINCINNATI O Illn Idol been appointed county statistician for N Â¬ SiRNCint Coopnit Sir Find enclosed Tho services at the Methodist Church Wolfe county by J R Dodge Statisti WIIOLLSALK MANUFACTUllKltS 1 for which you will please send me Tin cian of tho Department of Agriculture held from Friday to Sunday nights intMML i r Mr Cecil is well qualified for the posi- HrUALi ono year 1 think so much of clusive were well attended tion and will fill it acceptably to this your paper I cannot do without it Wish Represented by W H CILLIS Fred Day is still confined to his room county and to the Agricultural Depart Â¬ everybody would take it Wo congratulate Respectfully yours with inflammatory rheumatism much to ment at Washington JOHN M ROSE B G JONES Wm Vixcki Mr Dodge on securing so good a man the regret of a host of friends and can assure him that the agricultural Ruthton April 4 92 Timmc Day and J Frank Kash can interests of this community rest in good On tlio Ilontl to lIlippltlCNH Our farmers now be found behind the counters at J hands with Mr Cecil Enclosed please Editor Hkrali Taylor Days mercantile establishment should report all crop mntters of interest DEALERS IN to Mr Cecil promptly that Wolfe may find 1 for which you will send me your securest proper rating in the table of sta- Â¬ valuable paper one year and oblige will Rev F Agar the evangelist Yours truly preach at Bethels Wolfe county on Sun tistics that will be prepared for Kentucky Hanky G day next morning and evening All are A Campton special to tho Courier HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY Anna Tex March 2G 52 Santa invited Joe M Kendall Journal Monday says Carry a complete line of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Dress Approilutis u loot Tiling JefT Wells and wife who reside some was nominated by acclamation by the Democratic Convention of the Tenth enclosed Goods Gents Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Patent Medi- Â¬ place in the West are visiting the family Siincik Coornit Sir Find of W T Caskey who is a brother of district to succeed his father tho late 1 to renew my subscription to The cines Saddles Harness and sell FOll CASH at prices Representative John WKendall in Con HritAU Thine for tho right Mrs Wells gress All tho other candidates withlower than ever before seen in Hazel Green Yours ivc All goods J R Cox Married at the residence of Wash Ed- drew leaving a clear field Tho Convenguaranteed as represented or money refunded Waco Mo March 31 92 wards on April 3 1812 by Rev J T tion was very harmonious and a Demo- Â¬ prevailed throughout lieratt Mr W W Edwards to Miss cratic love feast Citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity can This is all the official news tho day Emma Townsend NEATLY CHEAPLY and PROMPTLY EXE T IM IM D from tho Convention we have received secure stationery of any kind they may de sire by calling at this ofllce Wu have just UUD rlAlIM I IIMU CUTED AT Til K OFFICE Send your order Miss Jennie Robinette of Johnsons Why the proceedings were not sent direct received to this paper on Monday or Tuesday wo Fork who has been attending Hazel 101b Ledger Paper Jrccn Academy left for her home on cannot conjecture tiniest it was through 11 tti Journal Paper II joii vrrlltn Hazel Geeen Herald v Too M I J i H F PIERATT CO i - fflllBJ LIVE a JKUlU fiUJN a wnwm JiHh Good People Play Progression Â¬ w Ov0 jnWo flT FEDER SILBERBERG CO Â¬ Â¬ OHiOi m i- nnnri tt l ROSJE JON JES Â¬ GSHSBAL SSBBOBAHDISB c Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ n nn T n Wednesday evoning last a pieeo of gross carelessness 12 tli One of the handsomest compliments Several new subscribers ltavo been added to our list this week which to ever paid us was tiiat by J Jr loiin A gether with a host of renewals is indeed Taulbee at the Campton Convention on encouraging Let the good work proceed Monday Capt Tom Henry moved that any representative of Tin Hkuald friends present should bo made Assistant Secre-Â¬ Tom Fitput rick of 1restonsburg put tary whereupon our friend Taulbee took Ion loo Kendall in nomination Monday the floor and made a little speech in and the permanent Chairman of tho Coii which he said every Democrat in tho vention was John 1 Salyer of West house was a representative of Tin Hiit Ahiv If anything could be nicer we Liberty should like to hear of it Quinine Jim The Tcets Bros are having several McKcnzio could not havo paid a hand Â¬ new wagons built and all their old ones somer thing and wo certainly appreciate repaired by Roso DeBusk of our town it becauso wo know tho speaker was sin Â¬ and will start out with their show about cere in what he mid the first of May J B Cecil of Ezel was hero Tuesday Rev Creed Onev the P E of this cir- and called at our ollice to advertise his cuit for the M Jt Church South who celebrated combined saddle and harness pieaehcd r evernl sermons hero during stallion Forrest Stonewall record 2 quarterly meeting resides at Lexington which advertisement our rctnhrs will please see in tit days paper Our people and left for that place Monday will remember the yearling fillio Lee Every Democrat should now put on his Henry had at our fair lat fall both ot working clothes and keep things moving which were sired by For rest Stouowill 200 each for Joe Kendall until the noils close on and sold by Mr Henry fo Thursday April 21 Let him get the He also sireil the Yoeiim horse so much admired hero durintr the fair Mr Cecil lull strength of the party on that day will have his horse here to morrow SatOur readers will see in this paper the urday and breeders arc requested to advertisement of Dave Roses line young call at John Pieratts stable and take a hoiho Tom Cecil He is well broil car- look at him ries himself well and shows lino trotting See the handsome new advertisement action Read his pedigree and consult Mr Rose for particulars of Louis A Gus Straus in our paper to day But what is better go and see the Tho big four advertised for Ashland liaiuKomo new stock they are now offei Park stand at the head of the list in point iug for your inspection A long acquain Â¬ of blood lines and Fayette Wilkes is the tance with this firm justifies us in tho premier in all principles that makes phe assertion that our people will find at tho nomenal performers Gus Straus tho best Write Mr Treaty house of Louis and make a deal with him clothing and at tho lowest prices and they are individually O K in every par- Â¬ This week we go to press without a ticular Call on em and tell em howdy letter from any of our coricspoiidonts for us whenever you go to Lexington though up to the last moment wo ex Â¬ pected from Campton a full report of Died at his residence in the Sellers tho Convention and the Democratic love neighborhood In Mnrjran county Mon Â¬ feast at that place on Monday A M Close of la grippe day April after an illness of two months during A nostofilco has been established in which ho was confined to his lied Ho tho Mat woods neighborhood southeast leaves a wife and two children twin from Campton named Flat with Squire boys to mourn his loss and to them the It Koch postmaster The Cox Mill neigh sympathy of the neighborhood is ex Â¬ borhood alo has a postoflieo which is tended Ho was aged ahout years called Toliver and J B MoXabb is the and highly respected post in as tei Rev F Agar the mountain ovangolist Our colored friends Harris Higgins gave a lecture ill Mavtownou thcbNlinst u id wife have named their baby Spencer to n rnwilfil limiii Smir- feiiljtct Co tper as a mark of the respect they geon as Saw and Heard Hun iho have for the editor of Thk Hinvu and atidieuco listened with rapt attention we are proud to know that wo are thus W Mankin presided and made a few njTsiomillv appreciated by both white appropriate remarks in introducing the and colored friends Mr Agar intends repenting speaker tills lecturo atseycral points in tho near Iloyd Day wife and little girl Jold future en left Wednesday for their new homo tit Clay City much to the regret of tho Tho following hovy of heanties from people of this place Tho town will feel Hazel Green Academy paid our oflieo a their lo s hut their rcrildenco in Clav pleasant call Monday evening Mi a a City will ho a gain to that place anil Jennie Rohinctte of Johnson Fork ou t tho people of their new homo wo can Licking IMvor Lillio Allen mid Lizzlo commend them us the hest kind of citi Â¬ Joios AVhito Oak Florcuco R so May- zens Goodhvo Ciolden and if tho town Lou Ward of tho tox tun neign poople in Lluv City dont do to suit you horhood Ella and Addle tiwaugo and t JU3t writo to U3 about it I Hello Cockrum Â¬ Â¬ 1 ll lb Mt 5 lb Lead Pencils Pens Ac All of the best quality and sold at the lowest prices We have also a supply of the finest printers stationery ever seen In East ern Kentucky including Irish linen American linen Old licrwick Ac and will print and furnish it in quantities to suit at the lowest rates Give this otlice u call when you want paper or printing of any kind and save money tf Commercial Note Paper Legal Note Paper Letter Paper Foolscap Paper TmM W4L n iniit rlt If jeu nlidem Â¬ iflaK illl Im Â¬ l S Iiiu llil illriilluuIdjirraaunilillrflr I llliIrilnU v Iluuilio juii tnr ill ny i ml Inllllenl iiiMllon ucgcil nillv M lnr I I laaBiS J Ulllr lllllKllll IXIUU li ho ii re ml and iul lio iriiir jflcr liulruiiliiii itlll nmk luiliit ill mill- - lititr la rnui linn Ilmu iflllirr ti taint lurallili triirln tlnlr Hit Iii Ian own Mlitic live J f SSrValak aA a crr will I I riirnlili tlia liiiiluii or fliipti niriil it It I r I ou on nru t lint a lionlit r JTtTai1BaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaHaaaMaafara t it illiiilct or ciiiiiljri I liatttli irml luilil ana iiii lildl llli rm jilii limit a tare lWMIilllWmaijrSat anai iiimilicr wlio are making otrr llirra IIioiiaiiiI lollara rar raid All I nrr ull iululiiir Ipn iiiil ulura iVeo AllrrI imi kiiut all If you riMirhhl A Mirt liy un lianu ilmi In mi fmllirr 1 IIiik lUO AiiuimIii Alulae li toggg mmMm BaSajaJByaMfjv mi aLWtaMJT UaMJ L jzir us ex fflNMf ml rrirh Inir II n I cIkib nollilnf llolti rixfiij T lu Irnm II I I V Miiiinifr I uiiiiiuii or llial llfllU IIIIICU lr ttlfta il hoii ORREST BTONEWALL RvdorilIO frCC I1jg uikyry J lllllO - IlUt r- nvT una tirriiii from Hl al Alli Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ This combined young stallion will make the season of 1812 at our stables in Hazel and will serve mares at TUN ireeu K D0LLAUS TO INSlMtB A LI VINCI COLT money due when the mare foal with a lien ou colt until t lie money is paid or if tho mare is parted with or hied to another horse the mniicv is then duo GOLD DUST Â¬ thoiSth day of beautiful chestnut with htar and while hind feet beautiful mane and ail His power style and action arc unsurpassed lie was sired by Senator Mlaekhurii he hv Dillard Dudley he by John Dillard hegrandsire of Phil Thomp Kric Met loud ami Mcl son record -with records better than llo His dam was sired bv the Phillips horse tlio sire of Illuc leans lie by Jon Taylor vc Also at tlio same stables will ho found the elegantly bred young trotting Stallion SOLI DUST years May 181 11 haudsliigh a Â¬ Â¬ Iiciuouki iisciuition and old is 7 jnvmin am I kmub mnniioi DESIGN PATENTS COPYRIGHTS etc For Information nnd frco UnmlbooV wrlto to MUNN CO Ill ItllOAllWAY Nkw Yoiiic Olrlont burriAU rornocutinR pntontii In Atnnrlca Kvory imtont taken out by us Is brousht tioforn tho publlo by a notice l vlhi ll2IE Scientific America Aflonoy for f ruu of ohaitto In tlio dents should any occur inonov in piiid This NtitlUou will he lit tlloHtnbles or J II Ceell one mile from Kzel the llrst tnitl third weeks of eaeli month ituil ut V 0 Henrys 2XA inllfH west ot Wet Liberty on Taney the huconti mill fourth weeks of fault mouth DKSlKIPTION AND lKDIORKn Hay with black poliils seven yeiirs old this spring 10 Iiuikir hijh Hired by Mum Iiriiio Forrest he by Ned Format Jr he bv Sims Ned Form st hu bv Alexanders Kilwtu Forrest 1st dam bv Mambrino Chief 2nd dam by Virginia Whip Id ihini bySlrAr chic V orrest Stonewalls 1st dam by IlrownM Stonewall 2d tlinn b Tom Crowder Id dam bv Halls Copperliottom llli lain by Old limey by Old Hrown lllot bind earn will bu taken of inures left with us but we will not be responsible for ucol CKiML A IIUNUY This combined NtitlUou will make tlte HiiiHiiii of 1802 ut l TO INKUIIK A LIV 1Ni COLT monvy duu wliun the iniiio foiilw N iiiirted with or bred to miotlifr liorsf with a lieu ou the unit until tho cu West Liberty Ky 1 Lareoat circulation of nnr sclera tllla paper In tho worm riinunaiuir llitmfrntod No Intolllennt man miouia Im witnouL It WnnLlv Mtlllt n CO vnnri tlJi ilx tiionthi Addrciin MUNN VuumsiimuiSGI llroaawar Now York m -- m I Who will serve a limited number of up proved limits at TUN DOLLARS TO IX SI UK A L1V1NO COLT on same terms as IMMltllTION AND lKDKHtii POST 110V Jit was sired by Post Hoy record U2J he by Magic sire of Clcmmle J1S Alice Stoncr JiJI Mystery LJ0 cic nam moiiiu rmurv mreu nvoiraiiiiuort- sire of Santa Clans 217 Tucker 1MI CrlokctilAdoiii- - 21 Uu Semicolon Llt r nines H mimiiier Lw latiHtluo 221 Uonnlc -- ilmorc oo jaberry 2 21 and a number of Krs in the 2il0 II t POsr HOY lit Is u bountiful chestnut with no marks 7 earn inches hich old Mav lnli 1M2 l hands and iilvvn promise of being heard from in the futtiro ainoio trottem Any one who Is familiar with Shiners Post Hoy will readily recoynlzo PoH Hoy Jr And last but not leant will he found at the satac stables the well known and highly POST BOY JR above Â¬ HSi CASNOWCO Opposite Patent OMce Wathlnften J D C at the low price of his combined yottiiK Stnlllon v i iiiuku the present henson of lhli2 U5 miles trout Hazel Jrccn ut the stable of David 11 ltose 1 sv inni l im mil zm 5rS ysf 1 6 to Insure a Living Colt Ilry 1 CavostB nnd Trade Marks obtained nnd all lut out litislnoiis conducted for Moderate Feet Our Office Is Opposite US Patent Office and wo ran noruro patent In loss time than thoao rcinoto from WaahlnKton Hand model druwing or photo with uoHcrlp tlon Wo ndvlno If pntentablo or not frco of charge Our foo not ttuu till patent U eccurcd A Pamphlet How to Obtain latonta with namoa ofactual clients Inyourtitatc county or town sent frco Addrois Money due when colt Is fouled alive with a lieu on cult until season money is pnid Tom Ckcii will hu I years old the 17th He is 111 hands bleb has flue tiny of May color and can show a three mltiiito tilt Hu Is iiIno a fine saddle horse lu wits Mired by thu well known Prater horse hu by thu Phillip hon e His first dam wik by Hlaukhnwk and sho out of u mare by I fay llnsHliior he by the Love horse it tttiiiidard bred borne that stood In lllinei The iritter hone was out of u eel appreciated JACK H MAUPIN WITH ubrated Virginia mac Tom Ckviu is n Kd Indiviilual Is prov ing liluiHelf a lino breeder and his colts nru In ore Kood color and show line coiublnecL qtuilltles r All cure will bo taken to proyeiit Heel ilciits but should any ucclir I will tint bit D 31 KOSK responslbhi at Who will servo TO 1NH17IU- A J J VINO COLT on same tonus as above described Tills Jack has no superior an a good breeder tare win tic iukcii to prevent nccnicitis hut wu will not hq rcspoiiHlhleshouM auvoc 0 cur J T IA V - GEN JOHN MORGAN TKN DOLLAHH mares D H CARPENTER forget tlio Tnrt tliut you chii beat wrlliii WJIOLIvSALE DUY GOODS NOTIONS 1100TS SHOES Ac cATLErrrsnuna ky foiiiy DK J F LOOKIIAHT -- - DENTIST EXRT V DONT paper nt tltU ofllce KY rx 3 v TLmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammammmmmtmmmfttm I U1 tkey 9d talking way aa excitedly ana vp their chat and tfeelr mirthThey wema destination y tn reached their fcppy m ky OTOr ft now good old doctor led tho way to tho in great spirits that night as well thoy a house whilo Scroggo and Ulatchford might bo for thoy had witnessed is and joy and Louiso world of happiness oamo after him and Paul contagious Thoy wro followed a llttlo further bohtnd arm In always pleased greatly xth on happy os over two young souls not only arm wore When they npproaohed tho door their work 50 far but each had mcnfit ly resolved to carry it on farther and tho old doctor stopped saying to cxclto this resolution was another well spring Wo must bo careful not Mrs Green so if you folks will wait of joy to their hearts Dr llaseom had decided to take Paul outside hero just a mlnuto Ill go in and into his practice which was enough for nows to her break tho them iKjth and Scraggs had decided to For G oils sake dont bo long then sell Greens farm and get John settled I havo boon too Ulatchford pleaded -- fcieBde Hazel ffreen Herald n II the Ctmrm of Life How much tho happiness of indi- Â¬ them UrjOHM OOP Scruggs true to his resolve soon vidual lives is mado up of priccloss KY t I i found n purchoser for Greens land and things unsaleable in tho coin of tho KAZILGBU with tho proceeds whtch was a neat land yot found quickly when tho heart till ii little sum John set up in business at of tho searcher honestly doslrcs thomt Magic City John was anxious to Many of theso roal treasures aro quali leavo tho farm for though tho seasons ties tnai simply uiiruso themselves became more regular and crop failures through this moral and mentaPntmos almost unknown ho felt that ho was phcre and aro sometimes littlo valued not designed for farm work nnd because they seem vaporous and too wxwtrfiwx Ills past experience with it gavo illuslvo to bo practically grasped but M marmot w for it they aro genuine possessions and won a long away from my child already and In business at Maglo City Ho knew of him hts thorough distaste M10 suc- Â¬ by heart service new occupation a good opening for u man of Greens In I must see her quickly Who does not rojotco to havo an right replied tho honesty and ability and ho resolved to ceeded fairly woll and was in honorable name not necessarily a dis Cj9VMI eAWllrNC All right all tlmo quite well to do Ho regained hts Ill not got him into it doctor as ha bustled away old time life and energy and Mary tinguished name but a cloan one CHAPTER XXVL CotmNOKD n second loso ciiapterxxvii liecomo as bright as cheerful as a girl Truly pride Is such nn Inherit- Â¬ Ulatchford was conducted without do Coming into tho room ho tried to hido Til U CONCLUSION bo bought whtch cannot Gradually the remembrances of thoso ance lay to Scraggs ofllco whero everything his joy and assume a grave air but the Tho flight of Poarson was discovered old bitter days when they contended Is justifiable If with It thero Ho listened great happiness that filled his kind old - sornffgH a an early hour the next was explained to him nro mingled a feeling of huto tho wholo story but aa heart to overflowing surged up to the mornjntf nrui u little later upon maklug against drouths pests and mortgages mility and a deslro to do onos own part quietly Scraggs revealed to him tho sufferings surface and snowed itsou in ms oyes il visit to tho bank hu learned of his em faded out and thoy could look back on to transmit the uamo as unsullied as it 11 of John Greens family and tho villainy and faco in spite of htm John nnd bozzloinont of Ulatchfords money Ho tho past without shudder It was a long time boforo they knew litis been bestowed What makes homo faco Mary both saw at once that tho doctor Immediately telegraphed in various di- Â¬ of Hurry Poarson tho old minis of tho great sacrifice Louiso proposed lovo dearor and sweeter than all olso jrrow ashy and Ids gray head dropped was overjoyed but they nover dreamed rections hoping to apprehend the rascal in those old and treasured whilo life lasts Not low on his breast while over and anon of Its cause bearing any relation to but it proved all In vain Pearson made making for their sakes the tables and dark days and when finally tho know Â¬ of porcelain chairs not tho delicacy b heartrending groan escaped him It them so thoy said nothing The doctor good his escape or tho aesthetic beauty ledge came to them thoy could only Scraggs ws a mlnuto or two afterboforo tho fin- approached Marys side saying which the loom achieves Thoso min- Â¬ Upon returning to Greens as agreed prize her a little more highly as a pre old ished his hurried account Well how is my patient to night Scraggs and the doctor found Ulatch- Â¬ cious jewel tho brightest and best pos Â¬ ister to the comfort taste and artistic Somo better than when you wcro ford in a critical condition Tho ex Â¬ linn moved or Bpokc but at last ho nature but beyond theso thoro is session of their 1ves nlsed his head and cried of the last few days together last here Mary replied citement Scraggs continued in his old occupation something which ministers to the heart My CJodl my God how I havo Hum glad to hear it Guess your with tho mental suffering it had and soul glorifying plain surroundMy child dying of want and father will bo glad to know it too brought him had been too much for of selling real estate and booming ids ings and homely details something Binned town and much credit was due him for tho viper I havo warmed to my breast Dont you think so htm and now they found him weak and tho wonderful growth of Magic City In illuslvo to measure or weight yot po betraying ray childs child to ruin This I dont know doctor Ho seems to failing Dr Ilasoom examined tho old tho years that followed The pcrson who tent to guido to comfort and to help Is more than I can stand men I can havo forgotten mo entirely man closely and though he made no re- Â¬ goes to Magic City now may see 11 little What is this but tho sympathy tho not bear It another Instant Show rao No ho hasnt though Ive heard port on the ease his face became grave old man wiry and nervous sitting at trust the spirit of sacrifice tho gentle this scoundrel and Ill put a bullet from him slnco I wns here thoughtful and those who saw it his desk in his ofllce surrounded by a ness the faith tho readiness to do and and through his black villainous heart What did you hear Havo vou felt suro that there was something seri tine display of agricultural products to bear which blended together make Come I must see him Mary cried eagerly ous In his patients ailment busily at work on somo scheme for ad Â¬ the chain that binds us to our homes V hat beauteous prospect what luxIt was all Scraggs nnd tho doctor Oh not much He lovesyou though Scraggs would have avoided telling vancing his towns interests That could do to get tho old man quieted as woll as ho ever did and I think well what he had discovered that morning urious surroundings what wonders of man is Scraggs He is always at work down but at last thoy succeeded In get him out here before long but Ulatchford insisted on hearing npd his work is always for his town nature or art but loso thoir mysterious to reason and inducing him to listen Oh doctor do you think so indeed everything about Pearson and asked so To Scraggs and men like him the west charm when viewed by eyes that see tforaggs unfolded his plan of procedure Yes I do In fact I know it many questions regarding him that owes much of its prosperity It is such ing see not or whon shared with a Pearson Is going to Orcons to night Tho power When will he come Scraggs was eventually forced to reveal ns ho who make booms and cause cold thankless heart to enjoy tho power to appreciate ftcr the girl and wo must arrange to Why pretty soon I expect Next all lie knew towns and cities to spring up like get there boforo him Wo can nover week or to morrow or ho might come The old man groaned and gnashed his magic They turn waste places into these are what render pleasures roal 6C0 him hero for ho will bo in hiding teeth and for a long time said nothing gardens and deserts into prosperous and bring tho joy into them This Oh doctor hes here now I know At last raising Himself in bed he spoke great but wo can head him off there For They bring before the thankful receiving of ploasures communities fear ho may got thero boforo us and ho is from your looks Where is he looking steadily at his daughter or small and extracting tho honey of world tho advantages of their section enjoyment from them is not to bj miss us on tho road I will havo men on Let me sco him quick I have come to you Mary he suid Its towns to grow Â¬ At that moment tho door opened and at last but I have come as a pauper I of country and cause bo sought after found at any store yet it is another the watch for him at the depot with inand its resources to Ho tottered come empty handed and with nothing structions to detain him if he comes tho old man entered large factor in true happiness All honor to Scraggs and his thousands and In that way everything across tho floor and with tho words bach thero Contentment too that balm against of faithful coadjutors My child sank on his knees by the will bo safe and well catch him some Â¬ the ravages of worldly unrest whera It transpired after Hlatchfords death can it be found and what is its price close by his bedside nnd laid his head where in tho round that he was indeed broken up All his Not silver or gold but patient striving This proposition was readily agreed daughters and in silence wept western securities were earned away with a thankful heart will bring It to to by all and then Scraggs continued Tho doctor motioned them all from by Pearson and into theso he had upon tho soul who desires it and in Its pos Wo want to got away from hero the room and with noiseless stop they turned Pearsons recommendations to chase away without attracting nttontion so whilo obeyed him leaving father and child His property in session lurks tho charm unwise longnenrly all his wealth It was a pitiable sight unhappy visions to still Dr Uascom conducts Mr Ulatchford alono togothcr the cast was heavily mortgaged for ings and to open tho inner vision to to his house to await us Paul nnd I will to see tho onco proud cold old man money to send west and when the tho peaceful delights of the home tho secure a carriago and drive out that now kncoling in deep contrition at tho news of his death and his western friends tho advantages whtch may bo way From tho doctors houso we will stdo of tho ono ho hod so deeply losses became known his eastern cred- ours And so through all tho phases proceed to Greens Now lots got out wronged and it was a beautiful thing itors closed in and everything Includ- of human happiness wo may go find to sco how readily tho wronged childs of here and begin to move ing his residence was sold at trustees ing always that its true essence is Within a surprisingly short tlmo heart went out in forgiveness and love sale something that must bo gained withScraggs had completed all his arrange- Â¬ to the aged parent forgetting in n mo-Â¬ Mrs Ulatchford was thus left penni- out money and without price Har with his companions was ment all her sufferings and all his nog ments and less and suddonly she awoke to the re pers Uazar moving rapidly in the direction of John lect nnd coldness It was a sight that alization of the fact and camo up face Greens place touched every ono present and even I SHOULD HAVE KNOWN to faco with the most abject poverty Â¬ It lacked but n few minutes of eight Scraggs who wns considered adamanstep down from the grand She had to ol oclock when tho carriago rolled down tine at heart was seen to withdraw a StriwiRoly mansion where sho had reigned a A Man Who 1Wuh mi Nature Icnornnt mop his eyes vig nut tho long slope in front of tho cabin little to ono sldo and queen and to day in a back street lu u and Louisa from her position at tho r nrously several times Say boy called out an excited man i poorer quarter of tho city thero is an of middle age rushing forth from ono nwnuc iney au went oacrc into window hearing tho rumblo of tho After old dingy dirty two room house before of TH KXD DI1KW VKVR vehicle and tho clatter of tho horsos tho room to find the father nnd daugh- Â¬ the tall office buildings on Dearborn tho 11 little sign bearing what will feet felt that tho most trying momont ter more calm and collected and after but mv poor love to give you That which hangs Sewing strcot the other afternoon and in this Plain Sho had no John had welcomed Ulatchford and which I have slaved for and which of words of her llfo was at hand you take for your wholo stock of thoso over the tiresome seams other thought than that Poarson wns they had shaken hands and burled the right was yours lias boon stolen from house bending Mrs Ulatchford and her infernal things ono may sco coming and at this near approach of past the doctor said Tho boy had been standing on the mo by the ono I took to my heart in two Pearson girls who the climax of her sacrlfico sho found i Well Scraggs wc have dono nil tho your stead I turned you from ray door mother and the school at Ulatchfords sidewalk in front of tho building all herself unablo to bear up longer Her harm we can so wc may as well go I and took Hurry Pearson in I left you were sent away to day rasping a calliope whistle back and fortttudo forsook her nnd sho laid her expect our room would bo more valu to sturvo whilo I lavished money on expense is a sadly disappointed woman forth across his mouth stopping only Sarah one and head down on tho window sill and able than our company him And now ho has robbed me and sighs for her fallen when somebody wanted to buy cried left rao penniless with no roof but and full often shooften recalls the days beginning again with renowed energy sho loft wept Uut quickly recovering You must not go doctor Sho the houso and ran to tho place of meet- Â¬ Mary until I havo thanked you for yours to shelter ray head My punish Â¬ grandeur was mistress of Ulatchfords when tho sulo was completed when sho ing Pearson had mentioned and thero what you have done He counted up the whistles ho had on ment is greut but it is not more than I houso nnd when sho with all her relai waited for tho carriage hand mndo a rapid mental calculation Pshaw pshaw Mrs Green I havent deserve tives lived In great plenty and comfort A momont later it drow up stopped j done anything It was Scraggs who For thrco or four days the broken- Â¬ on Ulatchfords bounty She Is Indeed and replied nnd a man sprang out Ho was at brought this about Ill tako a dollar nnf fur do lot go hearted old man lingered on growing just rewards of her was Has- - weaker hour by hour in spite of all Dr rccoivlngandtho tasting the bitter draught Louises sido in an instant and had his If I buy all youve got will you It wasnt said Scraggs it is actions away from hero and not come back any arms alout her and sho folt her senses com Uascom could do and at last it becamo out to others Uev Wheed oxcttod man Come Scraggs you know better apparent that death would soon claim sho poured receding when a well known voico long slnco forgotten Mrs more asked the o the business Sure 1 go out spoke her name than that It was you who sent tho him Tho Greens exerted themselves ler has Ulatchford In fact he lost Interest in is it telegram Oh Paul Paul Hand em over Hold on I want sho crtod to the utmost to make his bust her when sho lost her position in so blowing too Heros Woll It was you who did tho rest hours as plou sant as possible but you unable to contribute tho ono youre It wns you who managed tho broken their kindness and unselfish attentions cloty and becamo Mr Ulatehfonl has your money It is darling Paul replied and sulary All right boss Heros de goods and again limb and without that what would tho augmented rather than diminished his to his forgotten you aro safe thank God vt forgiven Aunt nover to He turned over his onttro stock and again ho strained her to hts broast balanco havo amounted too plainly re Â¬ Mitchell and it is pobablc that sho sorrows since they only and dts n Well wo wont quarrel said tho minded him of the great sin of his llfo and kissed her littlo to pocketed hts dollar and half So you may thank whom you Ho nover spoke of his wifo during all never will Hut that natters Sco here cried tho old doctor as he doctor Mitchell and sniJ goes her way appearoJ Tho middle aged man went inside tho came tumbling out of tho carriage It please Mrs Green Now woll leavo his illness and it appeared that ho had Aunt as woll satisfied as though Mrs quito building with hts load of calliope mo ltko that Is a llttlo too ono you promising to call again to morrow seems to forgotten her All his talk was of his Ulatchford was her best friend whistles and a few mtnutos later ho You havo no right to monopo- Â¬ Good night sided daughter and her mother and over and Â¬ And now having disposed of all the was at his desk near ono of tho front Good night and God bless you re lize things Markham and by your over again he accused himself of his other diameters nothing remains but Â¬ wooden lcavo Ill tako ono or two of thoso plied Green rising and taking tho do- neglect of them lie windows In the third story Tho wore lo tn tuvmmt for Harrv Pearson And you too Scraggs ctors hand broken to fragments kisses Thank God thank God ho said ono wont to tho mountains beyond Denver whistles a look of pence Toko them and welcome doctor if God bless you both day I havo lwen spared to meet ray and though Scraggs aiade every effort his wnsto baskot and been a stranger Mary had not been in- Â¬ long John and Louise is willing for you saved her for child and win her forgiveness Thank ho was not to which he had formed of tho lull import of Match Cod that 1 am permitted to dlo under to apprehend him me was on his face hoard of for some months after Ah yon blessed old doctor Loutso fords coming and thoy were totally Ig- Â¬ her roof and with her faco near me The report that Â¬ his escapade How norant of everything relative to Pear cried as sho flow into his arms Fifteen minutes had passed away At bust tho ena came and tho poor came then was to tho effect that ho had only sons conduct to Louise They much I havo to thank you for fifteen quiet peaceful happy minutes had wrecked his life drifted into the mining regions and Tut tut child tho old man said know that Ulatchford had been brought old man n who Then a wolrd horrlblo agonizing yet terrlblo mistake slept tho after gambling away ull his money through with a repentant and for- Â¬ quickly as ho drow his hand across his to his daughter strangely familiar souud broke ou Ida his re- Â¬ undertook to raise a stake by robbing Ilnro giving heart and they had no suspicion sleep of tho dead Whatever nnf lu frtitllHIieyes rnfi WV WW MV4VI ward beyond tho gravo wo know not mine He was caught lu tho act and oar raised tho window and looked out At nv11ifYtvt Ho iiuu n yours tako her and t of thoir childs narrow escape from a Ho went into the hands of a just God it boforo an ex clear out Here Louiso coma back terrlblo fate The doctor and Scraggs and his reward was in uccordonco with after a hearing court was taken Tho sidewalk directly below was here ThcroB another hero who wants thought it best to keop that mattor so justice and right Ho had suffered tho temporary pioneer black with a struggling mass of boys out and promptly hung to tho nearest Each boy was loaded down with cal to say to see you Heros your grandfather cret and accordingly agreed a thousand deaths in thoso blowing Ulatehfonl And heros Scraggs Con Â¬ nothing about It They arranged to call tortures of ears llopo whistles and each was And now our story is done few days following the terrlblo uwak Instruments of torture witU Scraggs is the man for you on tho morrow to further confer with found it all wrongs of his llfo lmvo elapsed slnco tho events recorded ono of tho to thank It was htm that saved you Ulatchford on matters of business and ening to tho all his might Tho uproar was fright Thero Is not much more to tell and a and tho great stato of Kansas has from Pearson but you mustnt kiss then drovo away The ful nd getting worse overy momonu its enrlv disadvantages ntco piece of business for a few raoro pages will end this story This Is a Scraggs for hes bashful Then tho peaceful happy look fade Paul und Loutso were married short- Â¬ fertile soil of Its great plains produces out of that middle aged maus foce He re- Â¬ monev lender to bo engaged tn Am I really free of that man Lou and wonderful crops ami Its people are tso asked us sho nestled in her grand marked the doctor ns thoy drovo back ly after tho scenes justa described their among tho first to respond with their shutdown the window closed his dsk You havo forfeited sot up housekeeping in homo of on his hat and overcoat wont oat Â¬ fathers arms and supported ht3 aged to Magic City own next door to Dr Uascoms Paul rich products to the calls f other suffer- buttho building ey the back stairs an ihcad on her shoulder practice and ing lands It has becomo ono of tho of away presently In the gleero o Freo of hlraV tho doctor ropeatcd and have disgraced your calling by wont into tho old doctors suc first stitcs of tho union and but for ono faded kiwi Kandolph strcot iuiwhi Well 1 reckon you are Just lot htm Hlinwinc that vou havo a heart I snail ocing ceeded from tho ttrst in making hlm thing Its pcoplo would bo tho most Uo had mado the mistake of his 1U rnako the report you sir corao horo to night and woll oscaped solf a popular physician To day ho is prosperous on earth It has said Scraggs AU right doctor Chicago Tribune world freo of him too of posts and drouths but and Ill retaliate by reporting you to ono of tho most successful physicians in tho cursofarm mortgago still has Its papa And A a KkojUb1 Caw tho west and has succeedod In luylng alas tho Hes nil right Woll attend to that tho medical profession Drng glit Well how are yo wealth to doadly fangs burled deep in Its soil First by enough of this worlds Report mo What havo I dono wont we Scraggs a boy Whon this curso is abolished and tho this morning 1 I shall Inform tho world that yon placo his wlfo and two childrenwant I guess woll bo pretty apt to Mfieond Drufftrtst Mroke homes of tho west becomo free of tin Hut hero kept a patient in bed a week undor tho and a girl above any danger of wo will ThHta what First Druggist Then why dont y Dr Uascom does little practtco now greedy Shylocka grasp then will the limb eonfouud It all were keoplntf Ulatch Â¬ iranreaekm that he had a broken alight us tho rose and the struggl use some of that liquid glue which y but ho still takes a groat interest In- land blossom waiting lwre whilo were running when he had only sustained a ford Pauls work and ofteu spends tho oven- ing people enjoy the full fruits of tho claim will mond everythlnjrharniiij1 ji ltko u pack 01 fools und 110 warns to sprain rwf tunajh quickly j cuuttcal Era n nut YAimwa iaii7iicu im i lugs with Pauls family and lie and labors May that time comb v--a imtM - ykkyxd1 - v Man lWa bov are mat f nm auf nw -- -- w vyw fcucir of n smllo of wolcomo from both of glad to havo tho old doctor eoeae and no mattor how of ton ho calls ho Is suro the rrlceleM reiaeMlonii That Paul and LoIe Are always RARE QUALITIES Mulce Dp Stotfvfttwlif ftRfoHTFKr Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ va 11 - v Â¬ I out-irr-- nn Â¬ ii w iti 1 1 iMimif ij tv -- -- wwvi IT HOME HINTS AND HEUPG Vonolsc Pudding Tnko five ounce of brond crumbs four ounces of sugtir tlireo ounces of rnlatns two ounce of citron ouo tonspoonful of vanilla ono lmif pint of mlllc tho yolkn of four ctfgs ono ounce of brown nugnr Add tlie mlllc to this pour over tho yollcs and tlio vnnillii last and steam one hour Dotrolt Freo nnd twenty minutes Props Halted Pudding ltotl n quart of mlllc and pour It upon tho grated pulp of a coeoanut to which tho milk of tho nut has been added Then add five beaten egg a cupful of sugar and half tho amount of buttor with nuch flavor- Â¬ ing nB may be preferred It Is baked In a deep enrthon dish either with or without an under crust Old Homo stead Jarples for Soro Throats An ex- Â¬ cellent garglo Is mado of ono tnblo spoonful of cuyenno popper half a cup of boiling vinegar and threo teaspoon fuls of salU Mix well together and when settled strain Garglo the throat every half hour Anyone subject to sore throat of any kind will find a cer Â¬ tain cure and preventive in the dally iiso of salt and water as a gargle Ladies Home Journal Jelly Orange Make an orange jelly put a little in tho mold and let it harden keeping tho rest where It will just thicken but will pour Slice oranges around the fruit very thin lay on a plate and dust sugar over them Put a lay on the jolly and cover with tho thickened liquid When hard another layer of orange and so on Do not let 11113 juice from the sugar go In Good Housekeeping Corn Meal Griddle Cakes One pint of corn meal ono heaping tea spoonful of butter ono saltspoonful of salt one teaspoonful of sugar Pour boiling water slowlj upon the mixture stirring till all is moistened and leave it for thirty minutes Then break into tho mixture threo unbeaten eggs which must be well beaten Into the dough Add five teaspoousful of cold milk one spooirTul at a time till It is all smooth and then bakoou both sides a nice brown Serve hot one griddle ful at a time and they aro baked Hoston Hndget Prince of Wales Cake IMackPar- tOno cup of brown sugar one half cup of butter one half cup of sour milk two cups of Hour one cup of chopped raisins ono teaspoonful of soda dis solved in a little warm water one table spoonful of molasses the yolks of throe eggs ono teaspoonful each of cloves and nutmeg AVhlte Part One cup of flour one half cup each of corn starch sweet milk and butter one cup of gran ulated sugar two tcaspooufuls baking powder the whites of threo eggs llulce all in four layers and put to gether with Icing Womans Work Â¬ Tho March Wide Awak is a timely and attractive issue of the favorite magadno Its frontispiece illustrating Miss Urastowa chnractcrlstld story of A March Mood capitally sug Â¬ gests the lingering snow o tho depart- Â¬ ing winter and there arc March pictures and poems suitable to tho season Mrs Harriet Maxwell Converso concludes her entertaining chapters on Iroquois life with a spirited account of the In- Â¬ dian childrens Flre lly Song Lieut Col Thorndiko contributes to his scries of One Mans Adventures an account of his startling cxpencuco Ah WarCor rcspoiidcnt The serial stories Jack Ilreretons Threo Months Service by Maria Mcintosh Cox and Tho Lance of Kanana by the entertaining story- Â¬ teller who conceals his Identity under tho Arabic Abd cl Ardavan Tho poetry is from such verse makers as Herbert L Ward Elsie Kendall Clara Doty Hates and others Tho Men and Things department is full of entertain- Â¬ ing things worth remembering Widk Awakk Is published at SO cents a number SJ40 per year At tho news- Â¬ dealers or direct of D Lotuwh Co Publishers Hoston Â¬ -- State or Onto City of Toledo FitANk I Lucas Countt J CunNEY Binkes oath that ha M tho sonlor partner of tho llrm of K J Cuknct Co doliiR busbies In tho City of Toledo County nnd Hlato nforoanld nnd that said tlrm will pay tlio sum of ONK HUNlKii DOLLARS foroaoli and every easo or Catarrh that cannot bo eured by tlio use of Halls Catauiiii Cuiik Rworn to before mo and subscribed In my presence this Oth day of December A D INS1 A W 01KA80N Notary PultHc IbkalI Hulls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and nets directly on tho blowl and mucous aitr taoea or the system Send for testimonials freo KJ Ciiknev it Co Toledo O tarSold by Druggists Wc TnrutK Is always a hand of wclcomo ready to bo olTercd to the ii augo umbrella Puank J Chrnet iin m W JLSEi mL maA SIM ThHM WtlMl Um OttflU NMiiwrMri IHrbi4TOWWTWIIWII He U COJYGHT IS9I -- Kennedys Â¬ Â¬ Pittsburgh IN ess Dent of All To clennso tho systom In a gcntlo and truly bcoctlclal manner when the Springtime comes uso tho truo and perfect remedy Svrupof Figs Onobottlo will answer Tor afl tho family and eot only 60 cents tho Manu largo lo tl Try It and bo pleased facturod by tho California llg Syrup Co only JIkat Is born of light Kvcn In tho game of poker It Is tho ralso that makes things warm Olugliumton Loader w wejeafc There Is a 3 Inch display ndvertlsomont In this paper this week which has no two words alike except one word Tho sumo Is true of each now one appearing each week from Tho Dr Hurler Mcdiclno Co This house places a Crescent on everything Ihoy make and publish Look for It send them tho nuuio of tho word and they will return you book beautiful lithogrupbs or samples free It Is definitely settled that tho Lake Shore ft Michigan Southern railway will enter the Worlds Kulr grounds at tho south west cor O tracks ncr of tho grounds over tlio II Tho plnn which was only partially comploicd for lotting tho Lako Shore in at tho south east corner over tho Pennsylvania trucks Tho Only One Krer Irlntfxl Can You Find tho Worlds Fair ofllciuls were unublo to tlio Wartir satisfactorily arrange plrl refer her lover to her pa Whbk he feels that It Is harder to question tho pop than it la to pop the qucstiou Texas Sitt ings n Â¬ Â¬ Mi minus aro for tho Indolent thoy on courage Idlo relleetions Love hopes always becauso It bolicvcs ol ways Hams Horn Wound vp the mnn or woman whoa rundown Dr PieTcefl Golden Medical Discovery seta tho wheels golnrj It starts tho torpid liyor into healthful action purifies and enriches tho blood cicansos repair and strengthens tbo Bystem and restores health As an appotizing re and vigor storativo tonic it sets at work all tho processes of digestion and nutrition and builds up flesh and strength For all scrofulous humors and blood taints nnd ovon Consump- Â¬ tion or Lung scrofula if taken in time its a positivo remedy TJnliko tho saraaparillas which claim to bo good for tho blood in March April and May Golden Medical Discovory works equally Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ --- Medical Discovery Takes hold in this order Bowels Liver Kidneys Inside Skin Outside Skin thai ererytblng bo Driving out before H euct M You know whether you need it or not SoltJ by cvorr druffglat and manufactured iy DONALD KENNEDY noxHUKY mn its guaranteed to benefit or cure in every case or your money is re- Â¬ well at all seasons TJnliko other blood purifiers too Sheep Itrtlslnp In Dnkotn Is a financial success as Is ovldonccd by tho statements mado by prominent Diu kotlaus in a pamphlet Just Issued by tho Tueiib In no valid reason why tho milk Chicago Milwaukee A St Paul Hallway mans wife should stay away from tho ball copy of which will bo sent freo upon appli- Â¬ if she wants to go oven If ruo does havo to cation to J II lllhind Genl Freight Agont wear pumps bomervlllo Journal Chicago 11L La Oiiiric Is not a thing to be sneezed at Tint Public Awards tlio Palm to llnlcs Hoston Journal Honuy of Llorclimind and Tar for couiliv Pikes Toothache Drops Cure la ono minute IiCAVn In my employ a man who has been n victim of periodic headaches for Two TntNos a woman nlivavs jumps at years lias tried all kinds of treatment and 1 have tried various reuicdtos on him A conclusion uiul a mouse Llo Your Uradyurotlno helps him more than anything i A Tmv Foutlwu An orderly housowlTe over did O I Klngsloy M DVblto m turned On theso torms its tho cheapest You pay only for tho good you got But its tho best or it couldnt bo sold so ONLY TRUE THE Hvrinnrt air and a toothpick aro lnsop arable Hoston Journal TnuiiR never was nor never will be a I am ready to testify under oath chance to get square with the world on ac Â¬ Tin man with a mouth Is a say trap of count of its spherical shape that if it had not been for August politics A PJaliiB N Y August Flower IRON TONIC Will purify BLOOD - rpjralatf L1DIES pamplitot OR uitoruer uuim iireouiu renow appevue restore iieauu ana vlgororyouUi nrnprnilti lnillKMtlon thUlrafocU Idk abiolutel v orailieaiea wina Drigiuenea oria power Increased tionet nerTet niut-clM receive nw rorce BnrTerlnir from compUInU nc cullar to their nor using tl find j Â¬ Washington -Star Not to be sneezed av the Inco handkerchief Union County Standard A iiAHK rACUD robbery Is frequently com mlttcd by masked men St Joseph News VcauTAiur Philosophy Sago advice -- Â¬ Flower Fou Coughs and Throat troubles uso this Eight years ago I was taken Thoy stop TitociiES PitowNMliuoKciiiAi an attack or my asthma cough very prouipt sickf and suffered as no one but ly U I should have died before rosobloom on cheek ueautlaeComplxloB All Kenulne pooiU bear bold crerrnherc MenU ueJceuUUmp for 3J CrricctiU pi M DARTER MEBICINE CO St Loult 11Y Faleh MUwUvillf Ohio - in A Union Standard Daiik Skciikt Who stole tho haml in Â¬ Cloth Cnpes Cloth capes to be worn with spring dresses reach just below the waist and are gathered full under a deep collar can 13iU9Hiso Is always u vein attempt lUughamtou Republican Tnn mall train is seldom late but tho Many people who never saw a flro escapo of a female havo seen one break out St Joseph News train Republican Is always bohlnd Glens Falls Excrsi me but do you eomo from Bos ton Well es that Is as ofton as 1 The man who can sign n largo check baa writes that aro univcrsully respected Washington Star One dose or Heocbams Pills relievos lick boadacho in JO minutes For sale by all druggists UT cents a box I a dyspeptic can I employed three of our best doctors nnd received no benefit They told me that I had heart kiducy and liver trouble Everything I ate distressed me so that I had to throw it up August Flower cured me There is no med- icinc eoual to it Lorenzo F Slkkpkk Appleton Maine Cocoas DUTCH are MADB T1IK PROCESS Treated with Cubonals of Soda Magnisla Potash or Bicarbonate af Soda -- Life or two or threo shorter capes super Â¬ posed Thoy are edged with a bias fold of velvet or of ribbed silk and slight braiding or passementerie Silk moss trimming that gives tho effect of fur will also be used on such capes while on others tho edges of tho eloth are merely cut smoothly and left raw Very dressy eloth capes have a largo box plaited ruff of velvet or of Musco Â¬ vite silk around tho neck they havo also a short yoke of velvet from which droops a full wide frill of ecru point do A bow of ribbon with Sones laco long ends is tied in front Evening wraps of light blue gray or violet cloth are made In tho way just de Â¬ scribed and there aro triple capes of bengallno similarly fashioned When black bengaline is used the bertha like frill of lace Is made of tho effective black guipure do Venlso lace which is so open in pattern and so soft that it is sometimes called chiffon or rag laco Harpers lliizur A Hoauus always feel most at home In tho dark A noon many bank cashiers arc like guns well loaded when they go oil Columbus Post A cixvnu woman listens to compliments a foolish woman accepts them Kliogende Hlattcr Tin glazier Is not necessarily a tiresome man because ho gives you a pauo Vonlc ers Statesman Most tailors aro followers of fashions trying to catch up with tho young men who have them on Columbus Post It must strike observers as odd that no souvenir spoon has boon yot brought out with a picture of Cupid in tho bowL Phila delphia Times A Distinction Tho great difference bo tweon Myron and Hums In early youth was that one was a Harrow bov and tho other was a plowboy Onco a cek hMan wants but llttlo hero bolow and as a z nonil thing bos getting it Dlnghamton adur The Best Blood Remedy IS SWIFTS SPECIFIC became it never fails to force out the poiion it builds up the system with new rich blood and it is harmless because entirely vegetable Mrs E J Rowkll No 1 1 Quincy Street Mcdford Mass says that her mother has been cured of Scrofula by the uie of four bottles of S S S after having had much other treatment and being reduced to quite a low condition of health as it was thought she could not live Having suffered much from contagious Blood Poison after using half a dorcn bottles of Swifts Specific I was restored to perfect health and all eruptive sores disappeared J Crosby Byron 208 Third Avenue Pittsburg To 5iTreatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY Atlanta Ga Tlio uio of clicmlcnla can bo readily detected by tho peculiar odor from newly opened packaged nnd also from a glass of water In which a small quantity of chemically treated cocoa has been placed and allowed to remain for sovcral days For more thnn One llunlrt Ytart the houe tf Waltrr Jlmker Jt Co AltSOJVTJiliY JUJtlS hove tuntfrt lattnt W thetr Coton lrriitrtttlon Uihio SO Jroeee Alkali or J CO BAKER Dsrckester Mass - Pca rl Citv Women 7 for easy washing cleaning instead of Soap Its natural they should be the first to know the new ideas If Pear line is good for them of far more value to its whose work is harde- r- Country Women inions of thci7 uso pts MM w J ftf Latest Styles - wr yinrx rvxxm LArtDeLatVJode T ALL TUK r Miiottii I ATIlHT TOMk KASIUUNS IlltlM imti Vn ASU Irt fc70rdr til W Sunny Dining Itoom The dining room should bo light and sunny Tho most essential pieces of furniture aro a table of generous width capablo of being enlarged comfortable chairs and a sideboard After that if the room bo large enough and the purse will admit of the purchase of a cabinet or two with glass fronts and sides so much tho better In these there can bo kept dainty bits of china and glassware These cabinets will brighten a dining room more than anything else you can put Into It possibly excepting pictures If there bo no room for a cabinet a corner cupboard and somo hanging shelves will bo a great addition Pic tures that suggest pleasant things are of course always desirable A few thrifty ferns flowering plants or over greens add a great deal to the bright ness and beauty of any room but par Â¬ Have ticularly in the dining room La thorn thoro If you possibly ean Homo Journal dles Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Before the cause of consumption was known that was only a few years ago we did not know how Scotts Emulsion of cod liver oil did so much good in consumption and in the conditions that lead to consumption The explanation is inter- Â¬ esting We send it free in a book on careful living Â¬ this Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you isns ood as or tlc samc s 1earlinc ITS x-rCl L V rear line is never peuuicu aim 11 your croccrscnus you some thing m placeof Pcarhnc do tho honest thinumiti Anvfr 003 JAMliS PVLBNe York v- lf MyiAngTiiu rAfntfuM w Vork a ri Huh atlullllr jvmm J It rBtn It of far jut MOIIKK Lii numUr u J4lf W7d tt ITF false to send your address for our Catalogue costs but a cent Ifyou want any Piano Ivers -- the nt steP is A safe step and IVdKFFn liJMTW KrAMc stkrkjiElw rmmlet DliiMratcil 1 WE TELL YOU what dealer can supply you or wc ship piano on approval ourselves no risk to you oorro jiAckel off tt at III1C for KriO niPPJllOO jr K IfStiuiuwar ltooUfortl 111 SiMltl ired tiy mail In Cmtoiifrr cent a packet Itn If rnni or rosllr nit GarcluliGulile Uretuf llnOit OR tuu ritmwrr ivm jitu OUR BARGAINS AND SECOND HANDS offer facilities interesting to many Drop us a line - Pond Piano Co STBALM--C1MMUM - Scott ft IIowns Chemistf it South jih Avenue New York YourdruKCt keep Scons EmuUton of cod liver cU all iliuccuu everywhere do f i I -- ELYS CIIKAM ItheHure Katora TuUi and Mtwwii Aa una UMroajyirAWl Dwn A tie N PCJJMl H COCOA LABELLED 1 EPPSS QMATEFUL COMFOrlTINQ 2 LD TINS ONLY BOILINO WATER MILK watotPA VJM Tlio The spring garments designed for utility vrUl bo paid to the axent of anr ecala oooinanr Kbo purposes This bodice continues in will tar over bU own name aa agent that Uw Joma favor on account of Its easy pliablo nature whllo yet fitting with great per- Â¬ 5 TON WAGON SCALE 60 and to not equal to any made and a aUmlard rellabto fection and also bocauso fresh For partlculr addrvM only cal novel fancies in Its garniture are con Â¬ Dr Bills CN0 Syrvp Jones of BinDharatoB Bloghntoo ILL stantly being devised Folds plastrons AMU TUMORS CURKOi rovers vests points panniers alcove In 1 no knife i BwwKmm iinillllXeiJPhlin Habit CHrrlcwrMt trimmings of every description blouso till Nh lire luTHirr A JJoaaie IIPIIIHtodftnT PHBNI UbanonOfcl III OR JStt tu Elm flu ClsciflOtl a fronts yoko nnd vast effects liretou TC iIlliTJtrtKtMry M NAJU TMW tktl MTf Ml jwt M light draperies aro now added bands and Arlth Uillri NflorliH CftiVlllSiC P UHIIP IUBT WookkplnJRBiBlilp Uufhl rCNIUR rrrai to the onco severe un trim sued jorsey HtlRfc wcUcShoithfcmlUtboroijbl7 SttXS WaOUtlM C W RrCHKHira Jry llmlltoupitevlvrri among again jersey comes Ivch fCellof atouco ior Cold In Head It U OuUUv AbmrUd Atmlttinto rAj SottHlt S0c DroftUU or b baU KLY liliCtf M Warwa HC N Y month br hv rinl hftUl r JremiHllM noatarvlniino lnixtnvnlMW l f Htrln r cn MJ1 nml nnlNulPSucl irlitioMjJ Jr0 fr rlnMiUni nnil jVrMlV aWrj8KYUJUvMQVlclteTbtolirjCWeiMuC jrXi Tin i Arra iminiim C1 ft FAT FOLKS V13 to le I NA1K lMioinsritili 0 jeryproflriMJyOayiM AilOrcM 0 0 Mlllr ri tu4 31 8 Uu t Huyiuu O 500 REWARD jy FNGINES WrJlMlTW MfM TRACTION AND PORTABLE RUM ELY who have kiomMbm rtwi 0r m COMUBllrtlOB it 4 one II lata 8oM CantHMiilUee ami htass er At- - He rit aM - WmThreshers and Hon Powtrs M nUMELY CO -- t styrtte for IllmtraM Oatolos LAPOUTE IND talM Vre eoflirnie evrtwaM wm UHMtMleUkii GANGER otuus Ill Patents Pensions tWna ANK Wmkn tf Y Post S5wliTrtlltrrt nrs A in vmim trxixi tum rn I Ulill for biff U of PKNalHN Hnd jfc IwfV JAwV m nut ratMf iwmMiip UtoiUi waiTMiiitf A9YmKwuim It 1195 tm AtftUimeat ruutf o J A- - sum Mam and mucotu surfaces Ilalla Catarrh Cure U no quack medicine It was pre scribed by one 0 tho best physicians in this country for yearn and i n regular prescription It ih composed ff tho best tonics known combined with tho best blood puriflorfl acting directly on tho mucous surfaces Thu perfect combina Â¬ tion of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing catarrh Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo O Sold by druggists 70 cents Â¬ nnplkntlonK as thoy cannot UpHt of the tlltease Untatrli i Mood or emmtitutiuriiil disease and in h orttor to chw H voii have to take internal reNedkfl Illilr Catarrh Cure la taken internally mid acta directly on tlio blood rch WUHtel A Sovwre Storm In MiiroMIu A destructive cyclone paswd over Ma goJHn county on tlu 2Jth ult It was a nearly 10000 worth of property Over ono hundred houses wero blown to piece leaving many families homeless Tho farm of Andrew Howard near the tittle villago of Swampton was damaged to tho A 1 Salyersbarn 000 amount of was blown three miles away It is im possible to asccitaiu the number of lives lost as the roads arc impassible by fallen quarter of a milo wide and destroyed Â¬ timbers CbiunberlHluns Kyo and Skin Ointment A CKUTAiv euro for Chronic Sore Eyes Tetter Salt Khoum Scald Head Old Chronic Sores Fover Sores Eczema Itch lrairio Scratches Sore Nipples aud Piles It is cooling aud soothing Hundreds of cases have Wen cured by it after all other treatment had failed It is put un in 25 and 50 cent boxes For sale by liose Swango octUyl Kllloil at Jnlllco Jellico lias added another to tho long list of homicides that has been a disgrace to her name On last Saturday night while Flom Perkins and Joseph Roso were playing pool in McCartys saloon they got in a difllculty and ltuse shot Perkins three times onuo through the Hose escaped heart Williamsburg Times March 31 Decision Jailor Wages of Madison county refused to glvu up a prisoner on an order fiom the Jtulgo of volfo Circuit Court and tho Judge fined him 500 for con 5874 tempt The Superior Court last week YearllUKexhllillion JiU twovcarrld rec decided that tho Jailer did hiaduty in ord lli tlirecyear old record 22il4 surrendering the prisoner but that tlio thlid heati four vear old record JJl live year old rccoru 22QX fourth heat fine will havo to be paid hlxycar old trial -- 17 lllack hnrse hand hiili foaled line ti 18811 llred at CnHRitiuptlnn Curoil Axhlund lark An old physician retired from pracMlltKDilY HANKKIM1M tice having had placed in his hands by Own brother to Lvxander sire of Lvsniider of an East India missionary the formula Hov 220iW Watt K William Iveamev a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy JiW J and lvuniiiler Chief li llt and permanent cure of Consumption First Dam Iattlelatcheu trial i8Kraudam of Chcsuut Wilks L by Mambritio Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma aud nil latclicu sire of the dam uftJuv Wllke Throat and Lung Alfeetions also a posiAntral - 18 Hosa Wilkes 2Wi liriDebil- Â¬ tive and radical cure for Nervous Klvlra JjISj Cleora J18K llourl 217 ity and all Nervous Complaints after and tweutyniue others in theJiiO list having tested its wonderful curative pow Â¬ Second daui Maudy by Stanhopes Hlood ers in thousands of cases bin felt it his Hawk Hire of the dam of Almoin li 7 a and Alcy Wilkes l2Htf duty to make it known to his suffering fellows Actuated by this motive and a Third dam Iattie liv Downing Vermont Hire of the dninof Kniumn 2111 Manibrino desire to relieve human suffering I will Itruce MIIU niro of Kit Currv 2US4 send freo of charge to all who desire it Hell Wilson 221 Gills Vermont Hire of Eng- Â¬ this recipe in German French or Homier Hov 22i aud Mire of the tin ids of lish with full directions for preparing Col Itradshaw 220 Abel 221 Nellv Ji 22t i Jambetta 225 The King 22M and using Sent by mail by addressing Tearl 230 Outlaw 22 with stamp naming this paper W A Noyiw 820 Powers Block Rochester Fourth dam Jessie bv Thomas JeiTerHnn lie is u beautiful olack with right hind N Y 4yl ankle white stantlH lr hand high and in a The Frankfort Capital Ih disgusted at the perfect horse all over having both none and and lluisli outlook for a Worlds Fairappr tpriation substance combined with the formwell reprecharacteristic of thu cross he so sents viz Hauibletouiau sire and Manibrino Intchcu dam This cross stands as the very best because public performances have de monstrated its value Of its manv representatives not one is the superior of Merino tin tor not one has demonstrated the same ability to train on from venr to year begin ning with the yearling form None are bet ter bred or better looking always bo An a sire his success is assured as out of eight his first crop two entered the list last year as two vear olds namely Itermtida Hoy with 22ihalf mfle track and Rosemary 22Ji Hermuda Hoy being one of the largrst win ning two veaVoiils of ISll his first uolts be ing fouled in ISxi ludgud at this age no stallion ever sired more uniform natural gaitcd colts with speed unprecedented A He will stand for mares season of 1812 at 201 is TO INSlUK the money to be paid as folfollow lows tMi at the tinieof service and the other 100 when the mare proves in foal being limited to thirty outside mares Parof lies wishing to breed to him had better book their mares earl v A UUuor Cotivt Â¬ ASHLAND PARK STALUQNS FOR 1892 BERMUDA Â¬ 1 nt Â¬ 1 Â¬ - 1 Tom lingers 220 Ac First dam Sully Itamtet winner of twovear Hay Stallion foaled Mav 1 1881 broil at tld Hamlet stakesjiu 1875 bv Hamlet tslre Ashland Park SIKHI 11Y II VIIV MIMHIM Jrtft oriorotta VPantllmlJ 20 4V iuW ci 01 MUICV IIIUIKSL Truro pacer 222K Lady M 223 Leon oiiw Mlivll CnMOni tluo 223V4 Hrookslilc Flora 220 aud tho k Medlun 20 dams of Thornless 218M Cyclone 223 220K lln Medium 220 Jrauby22o Graceful 22rW and Ham lettti 221 W Kilflli 222V First Love 222 1 Krncs Seconil dam Sal dam of Coaster 225 V Cap Maltravers2 22i Ac tain Clay Driftwood aud grandam of First dam Mamio West diim of Cutmnla Marlowe pacer 21 by Canada Chief irce vearolil record 23 Adeline 231 l li sire ot dams of Governor 230 aud Joe 17 WiT1 iJnnk lulu e lv Hooker sire Maud Macey 217 Allie est 74 sire of fewett2MK Char Ae 1 riel Third dam the dam of Sole that produced lev 215 1 4 Frank Champ 215 1 Hlaneho 22fl by Imp Yorkshire sire of Charley West 227 Rachel II kSfc Ae also sire dams of A lolll Wll the dam of Ashland Chief sire of lllack 11 Allio Wilkes 222 1 Haven 220 1 West loud 2 7Vi Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred likes 228 Ac ten miles in 2808 j second ilam Madam Hcadiov dam of Miss sire ot rrince L Mabel winner two year old Kentuokv The fee of Fayette Wilkes in within the reach of all and lower than that of auv llreeders Stake 1881 aud llapidan datii ol Iockhart horse of equal merit In Kuntupky Season by StanhopeH Kdwlu 100 or 200 TO INSlUK rorrest 8M sire of Harrv Stanhope 231 son of Fdwfn Forrest 10slre of Hillv Hos kins 220 Champagne 230 mid the dams of So So 217 1 dam of All So Hunker 2 UlVi Flora Wilkes pacer 2Uitii HAPPY WEST MU v- F2tSfA i Clmii Nnn 1 Â¬ 1 1 L- 1 1 1 1 1 2llii 1 1 WEST CLOUD 5195 1 Â¬ RHEUMATISM neuralgia and sciatica can successfully treated Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ayers Sarsaparilla cure Â¬ Â¬ sure to the persistent use this medicine Â¬ Â¬ Charles E Buchanan of Hazel Green Ky writes That bottle of Chamber Iains Cough Medicine I bought of Rose Tones tlio other day has worked won Â¬ ders My sister could hardly move and could not sleep for coughing and spitting blood Tho first dose gave relief and she is doing woll now Has Cured Others FAYETTE WILKES 2030 will cure you ELECTION NOTICE p Tho Commonwealth Sire of Harrv Wilkes 2134 Gv Wilkes Mike pacer 21S So so Wilkes Wilcox 2lr Wilson pacer 211 215 217i Hosa Wilkes 218K Wilton Joe Hay horse lo hands l inches high foaled Slay 1878 The handsomest sou of his great sire aud the handsomest of any trot tine bred in the Culled States SIUHD HV iKOllGK WILKKS 222 15 Inhibition trial Oct 0 1885 225 in the Congress of the United States from thu Tenth Congressional District to till the vacancy caused by thu deaih of J W Ken dall as aforesaid IXTKSTIMONY WJIKUKOK I have j ska caused these letters to be made - patent aud the seal of the Com STAMrEK monwealth to be hereunto affixed Done at Frankfort the seventh day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand AT his name eight hundred aud ninety two and in the KY CAMPTON one hundredth vear of the Commonwealth JOHN YOlTNi HROWN GrnMHlanil Offers his professional services to the citi zens of Wolfe and adjoining counties Will MrM LIIare of Indianapolis owner By the Governor John W IIkaoikv make collections and remittances promptly of tho above farm writes I have tried Secretary of State all tho different remedies advertised for Enw O Lkioh f A T WOOD OO I DAY Assistant Secretary of State removing Curbs Splints nnd Bunchec I I F PAY feel safo in saying that Quinns Ointment ATTORNEYS AT LAW is by far the best 1 have ever used Oflice over Pxchnuge Hank CO For sale by Roso Jones Maysvllle St Mt Sturling Ky Practice in Montgomery Powell Meiiffce WIIOIKNAIK DKAIKKS IN Wolfe Hreatbitt Rowan Magotlin aud MorIfB Cut Oft gan counties aud Superior Court and Court Whllo attempting to land a raft at of Appeals Tatos Creek on tho Kentuekv Iltvort day last week Leo lliggins of Breathitt UEAIl ec IMGSTAFF county had his leg cut off four inches noiow mo Ktieo iy a kink in tho cable ATTORNEYS AT LAW llowas taken to Valley Forgoand placed MT STHRLINfl KY in charge of a physician Third Race aud Cuiou St- O Practice in the courts of Montgomery and CINCINNATI A Inarniitoml llwmmly We carry the goods that will suit vour adjoining counties aud in the Court of Ap peals and Federal Courts Megrimine tho only permanent cure trade aud our prices are T1IK LOWKST for all forms of headacho and neuralgia Special attention to mail orders J A TAULIJEE relieves the pain in from 15 to 20 min- Â¬ utes For sale on positive guarantee at Tin IlKitAiii olllce or sent mwtpaid by nun uu rvcvipi ui price ou cents a oox Hazel Green Wolfe County BtrnlulitK thu Nnw Constitution KENTUCKY Tho Rowan county officials havo levied a tax of 3 on tho hundred while the HOUSE new Constitution only provides for 150 Ha7ul Oniiv Ky MV and tho citizens are making a vigorous Mns LOU DAY Proprietress A Perfect Success This house has been recently refitted and protest reliiriiishedaud the table is at all times sup The Her A Antolae ot ltef uglo Tox write A gentleman in Union county Mo Ab far ai I am ablu to Judgo I thluk Pastor plied with tlio best in the market Rates who Is too modest a man to havo his Koonltts Norvo Touia It a parfoot auouots for reasonable Sample room attached aud spenamo mentioned in tho newspapers was auyouo who Butlond irotu a most valnful cial rates to commercial men Patronage is atily as 1 did cured of rheumatism by Chamborlaii a norvouiuoat tbd ibulQ I tmtl Uka tnyscu ajalu respectfully solicited after taklug Pain Balm after trying other mediciiu a and treatment for thirteen years For A Sunday School Uuieluteuilout salo by Roso Jones Hloros It of Kentucky To tho Sheriffs of tho Counties of El- Delegates to Minneapolis liott Clark Breathitt Estill Floyd Tho Republican Convention at Louis villo last week elected W OBradley of Johnson Knott Lee Martin Magoffin Lancaster John Felnnd of Owensboro Montgomery Morgan Menefee Pike and Georgo Donny Jr and Jordan C Powell and Wolfo Jackson of Lexington as delegates to Whereas a vacancy exists in the oilier of tho Minneapolis Convention Jackson the colored delegate was put in through Representative in the Congress of the United States from tho Tenth Congressional Bradleys influence District caused by the death of lion J W For latno back there is nothing better Kendall Now therefore I JOHN YOtVO HROWN than to saturate a flannel cloth with Governor of the Commonwealth aforesaid Chamberlains Pain Balm and bind it on issue this my writot election aud command the affected parts Try it and you will that you and each of you cause thu polls bo surprised at the prompt relief it af- Â¬ to he opened at the several voting places in fords The same treatment will cure vour respective counties aud an election held law on THURSDAY APRIL rheumatism For salo by Rose Jones accordingfortothu election of a ltcpresontutivc 21 1S92 Iuimtlo at Trgr III Daviess county an unknown man evidently of unsound mind is wandering about making his home in tho fields and woods Ho commits no depredations and so far as is known does not even np ply at the farm houses for something to eat Ho most positively declines to give A Â¬ 2ltf Out of the dam of Hlaek Cloud 217K his sire out of the dam of Wilson 21GK Hav horse foaled March 31 1881 Hred at Ashland Park 8IHKP BY AHDAMiAII WKST 2flM Sire of Wilkin 227 First dam the dam of Hlack Cloud 21 7 by Pilot Walker pacer Second dam the tluku Pacing Mare Notk Abdullah West 2383 bv Allio West first dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson 215 4 by Clark Chief second dam Ohio by American Clay third dam brought from Ohio aud represented to bu bv Hrowns Hellfoiiudur Abdallah West tiled at six years old He was the most promising colt I ever bred West Cloud Is a rich mahogany bay lo hands 2 inches with black mane and tall and black legs extending above knees and hocks He is a powerfully built horse for his height and has the most finished set of feet aud legs it is possible to get on a horse of any breed As a two year old he gave evidence of being possessed of remarkable speed as with little handling he trotted a half mile in 118 l land miles in his work in 2iya At three years old lie was not trained owing to a very severe attack of pink eye He also did no work on the track as a four vear old Asa five year old he was jogged and trained lightly more for the pur pose of ascertaining if he was entirely re covered than with a view ol testing his speed In a few mouths he trotted full mile in 23S und half in 115 The season 1800 ho served a few mares of my own and was not put to work until September and his improvement was most remarkable He repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and 1 am lully convinced lie will with a seasons training trot in 2 20 I will let him serve twentv mares season of 1802 outside of ten of my own at Money INSUHANCK duo when mare proves to bo in foal Â¬ 220 Â¬ 11 Third dam Mrs Stanhope bv Mambriuo Chief II sire of Lady Thorn 28 Wood ford Mnmbrino 220 and four others His sons sired London 220 Pancoast 221 X sire of Patron 214 4 and 70 oth ers His daughters produced Piedmont 217 Director 217 slro of Direct 218 1 4 pacing 201 Margaret S 212a Ac and 21 others in the 30 list Fourth dam by Hunts Commodore sire of dams of Commodore Heliuont sire of Carrie Hello 223 j Doncaster 228 1 4 Gera nium 228 Ac aud Mambruiielloslro of Sadie Howe 220 Tom Hritton 221 Ac Fifth dam by Copperhottom erundsire of dam of Itosaliud 22 and Donald 227 Notk- Happy West is a rich mnhoganv bay 10 hands 2 iichcs high and a horse if elegant style with as good notion as any son Happy Medium ever sired iui at two years old he could trot in 240 and would have trotted in 230 at three years old had it not been for an accident on tho enrs bv which one of his hind legs was injured causing him to have to bu thrown out of training In this horse I have tho utmost confidence as a great sire being by Happy Medium one ot the most notedof the sons of llambletoniau and out of a laughter of tho great Allie West the second dam Is the dum of Miss Mabel and Hapidan who is her first colt produced loekhart with a record It is my intention to stand Happv of 214 West the season ot 1802 at 50 INSURANCE thus a lording an opportunity to farmers anil breeders to secure the services of one of the greatest speed producing representatives in tlio country at a nominal price as he will be limited to 30 mares Parties wishing to breed to It i tn should apply early No other son of the great Happy Medium out of as good a dam stands at such a low figure but 1 am determined to let tho public test his merits as a sire believing in the near future he will be aniom the best in the couutrv 1 Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ 22014 Ac Manibrino Dudley 210i London Â¬ 1 - I breed sound highly finished trotters Marcs ired bv the season not proving in foal havo the usual privileges of return and hnve for sale high bred colts and lillies out of producing dams by a greater number of prominent sires tlian any farm in the land For sale at rices based on actual individual merit 1 wish to farmor breed on the shares twenty approved mares For further infor- mation see the Catalogue which can be had Ashland Park Farm Lexington Ky Mares kept at regular rates on application 1 J TREACY o M a -- 2 kJ s J 1 1 SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY CLAY CITY KY TO A II rOINTS office in the highest Executed at this 50000 NORTH EAST WICST Capital style of the art aud at satisfactory prices Noteheads envelopes salo bills Ac Work FLOYD DAY FRANK II RlSSKLL AND SOUTHWEST Cashier President promptly done and nothing but tho best FAST LINE RETWEEN LEXING- Â¬ No Hank in Eastern Kentucky has better material used Send for estimates TON AND CINCINNATI vaults nor better facilities for keeping your a a a Av m aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ea a a a a a a a-a gttfJSi National banK THE CLAY CITY a a jaaaasiaaaaaaaa m a Do siness With a Home Institution wnrwcwwgNvy v - vy vyw V V 1 KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY N 1111K OKASS KOITTK a a a a a a aa a a aa aa a a a a a a Â¬ AH ATTORNEY LAW Â¬ w o 11 LOUIS ST IX i Â¬ Dry Goods o notions Managed entirely by home people 86y SciiKiuiK IN Effkct Nov 15 18il who know you and who are always ready to accommodate you No i frMoney to loan on reasonable rates No 5 Aecom No 1 Call on us Daily South llorM Kxpress Fst Le KxSiiu CLARENDON Le 8 10 am 8 K jnn 2 oopiu Cincinnati Cur Limestone and Short its 8 IS am S 08 pin 102 put Covington Ar 11 18 am 10 2j pm G 10pm Lkxinutun Ky Paris 12 lOnn 11 00 inn 7 00pm Lexington W H BOSVELL luopniirroit i 15 Le 11 -- a u in MMMtlMII pin Paris There has been added an Annex with 20 Winchester Ar 12 lUnu IMMIMI 7 05pm large well vuntjlatcd rooms Street Cars Richmond 7 55 jnn Sipm pass the door tsverv five minutes Located Livingston 1 05 pm IMIMMM1I within two squares of depot 4 oOJuu Corbin fit Middlesborough 7 tr 1891 Cumberland Oap I piO Le I 60 pm t Corbin account THE 1 1 1 HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Normal and Preparatory School SKCOND TKUM MXiAX MONDAY NOV KM Milt 11 1801 1892 1 fI Williamsburg lellioo Ar 120pni Le 1 50 pm Richmond I 16 pm Lancaster Stanford Ar 5 20jnn NoitTII HotM Le Stanford Lancaster Richmond Ar lellico Ie Williamsburg Corbin Ar Cumbil Middlesborough No 2 Daily Kx press No 7 7 I Â¬ B A aohotor PAltJf veTo JU Physician and Surgeon DAY TFACUKRS COriiSH embraces all the branches required in tho Common Schools Daily Theory and Practice a specially drills for Teachers HCSINl XS COCltSK embraces the Tea chers Course Hook Keeping Husliiess Forms aud Transactions aud Commercial Â¬ Didly H am 50 am 10 15 am 8 No t Daily Kx Sun 8t5am 15 ttMt9 am am iiiile 85 Ji 15am a a tltiain Illltlllli i 5S xa An Unlucky ISumhor Thoro are thirteen prlsonors in jail at this time Two for murder nnd theoth era for various offenses of a more or lo a boripus nature Owingsvillo Opinion Go to II F Piomtt Cos and buy thetwire nail at 5c pur lb If not satis Â¬ factory wlieii tried money refunded II F Piriurr Co TWbookmakor cannot offer in excuso tU fit that he knows no better which I pellod to stay at homo on acoouut ot Iwr all uiout oiIWpia Qts tor eljiht months but slnoo ttsius lnstor Koenius Nervo Tonlo slut attomU rrguTarly I tbluk tho eur th most remark ablo 1 bavu over sen or boanl of and this Non i Toalo dBn t tlio bllisi oeomlums Is baa tuy fulUst oHdorsuuieat JOUN A 1UCEKB JB A Valunble Uoolc cm Nwvous to ilaMse sut rraecan uradJrM and ioor iattnia alo outs La tkla uiellclne free er cbarK I TWa reasdynas Uf onjpwuiMd by tho lUvsresd tsntor Keiiitr ot Kort wsvne IhJ- - HacssT ana IstMW yupswd wruUr his direction by sfra Sscrktaht Dorohestor M In tbo Md March B 9U Huuday school ot am bupurtnteBdeut 1 know was com Co K l fniT LIJLL r nr r Ilia KOKHIG MED CO Chicago III If you wish a lino head of hair of a SekltyDnMNcUtaattllfWBetU wyfcd hm use Halls Hair Renowcr XrsWMt17ff 0DtUafrC9 f 11 05 am KNOLLS rOUUSK prepares for Ken LivingstoijAr tuckv University and Colleges of that class- - LiviuLstou 11 15 am i ie ANC1FNT AMODFRN LANUCAOKS Richmond le ji 05 am 12 11pm tl y 551111 i i5jiii Winchester Ar 7 1511111 2 27 pm Our rates are less than auv school In Ha tern Paris Kentucky Rales of Tuition per Mouth Lexiuetou Ie i in mil 2 IX pin II 15 pm 25 pm 7 5iain 2 7 pm Paris OO 17 pm r I0 5lam 5 Covington pin jtCrPavnble one half on cntoriugSchool Cincinnati r II OOaml 6 15 pin 1 15 HI tho othorat middle id term C P Atmoiik S R Knott Own Pass Agt TrauioOlunager IIOAIIIMNO ieueral Olliees Louisville Ky jsCrThero will be no more trouble about S F H Moiisk Asst ien Pass Agt Inn Mnli liiiiiril lln imisI of board and loilo i Livery Feed and Sale Stable ing will v only Stfou imju wkkk kvicky- - OlhYo Chamber of Commerce Ituililine bo Clneinuall Ohio yo can acconiuoiuue TIIIno lrltMSllKU No Dailvtoall points excopt Rjwlami HAZEL GREEN KY new sixty boiidors in our new buildliig is daily except Sunday furniture aud good fare The teachers live in Division which daily except Sunday from No 2 Runs 3Hl Double ami Single tho Academy Home and have tho immediate Rigs and Saddle Horses ehargo of the boarders I G Combs Is thu Lexington to Cincinnati Runs dailv No for hire Parties convey caterer no better cab be found No I Runs dally from all stations e cd to any point on reason- ar u JsSk Rowland Division which is daily llaxcl Grcoo is the prettiest town in Iast cept the mSfrt - iidio terms ot oAeept J Sunday Ztfrl will also attend to all enlls for auc em Kentuokv froo from many of ills Pally excopt Sunday No tloneerlng aud solicit business of this kjud railway towns ami those of more popula No I Dally between Cincinnati and Lev im saloons or harbors id temptation Respectfully Ac tion inirton JOHN llMJFRATT The people welcome strangers and hilliiin Nos I and 1 make connections at oneos tor goon are uirnwu annum uu ui choster for points on the X N A M V K I will bo under the supervision The justly celobrated j All boarders No I Carries through ears from CJnclu 6 jTJ jijS 2OT v Perry Ian sleel pens of the teachers Send for catalogues etc uati to Middlnsbnrough and Cumberland j Jap and all intermediate statlon and run WM H CORD are sold at this otllco at 10 cents a dozen f dally PRINCIPAL Mays 1531 best pencil in town at 6c apiece ami tho I Â¬ Corbin tl 25 am Â¬ SI 150 and 200 1 J H PiERATT 5 i 1 1 Â¬ - -- I -- si