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W V - t v V i - IjtIvEEIS SPCNOKR COOPER Owner and Editor Of a Noisy World With Newa FuomAll Nations - - Lumping at HERALD I w - I ii m li ii V His Baek JOO A YaTAKAfwstye In AtfVtnrt EIGHTH YEAH iii i i i i - HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY oW fffcMsMfmt Wvvwv HmttHIUMMIMIII ll G ICY FRIDAY APRIL 15 1802 V yUMBBB NO PAY NO 4 y v OG IV fllffVITTVVVVVVf ii A i rTTTr MMMI BH i i i 4 A A The Greatest Effort OF KTOKJHS5SS- - and your renewal is earnestly Mlleit4t wr If yon wish to diseoatlnite send us at the rate of 8Je a month ALL paid subscriptions will he dropped from aar were as follows books AVHII 22 and the aceoaalu he Whltelaw Held Minister to France will In an officers hands for collection i A On Credentials J II Hiwelrlgg J Winn be tendered Thanking mid J W York J I Atkinson WM Kendall Commerce a banquet by tho Chamber of liciting your you for past patroaageI aw so- Â¬ A v continued good will of New York A Hopkins o Respectfully voars fiia F C Lyklns W 8mlth I M linger and A iQ SPMOKR COOFKrt J A A A banana train wan wrecked at Milan A A On Resolutions D D Suldctl Uodney iiipiihimhiiii1 iiTTTTmTiminiift5K55fc iitm A A Tenti on the Ai A F Uay T Y Fltxpatrlck A I the conductor Illinois Central railroad and A A Haggard rreMohnrN Institute A A and another man was killed OliO ltlugo T J Henry 0 It Drook I II Hod- Wo lesiro to hold said Institute nt wine and W L llattersworth W Q Miller bridge foreman for the Hanoi Green beginning August 8th And On Organisation Win Mynheir C 0 Vlcksburg HeWeeeefr Shreveportand Paettlc Railroad continuing through the week Whether wo have or not derxsnda Card well It 8 Ilooten J M Ilobinson J was sot upon by toughs at Arcadia La and unon tho tho Institute is for their preachers It Evan C C Turner A F Uyrd MT Won badly used up bn 4 etit If they vill attend wo will have it Hnek and W Ii LeMaster if not wo will not Wo wiali U find out There was tho greatest harmony at the Gen E WPearce a well known historian hh early m poftdbic who and how many Convention and when the reports of tho of 70 years and Ida Estelle Gardiner a Wo ought to do this by the will attend committees had been adonted a call of coun school teacher of 27 were last week married first of May All the preacher who will ties was taken up Whcu Floyd was called at Freetown Mass attend lot thorn wind tuur twines at one Hon T Y Fltxpatrlokin a neat speech put to Prof Win H Cord Hael Green Win C Miller the moonshiner who killed Wolfo County Ky in nomination tho immo of J M Kendall -Wo shall tfndeavnr to secure the Mr- The Hon Rodney Haggard followed foi a government niiiccr In Pennsylvania reClark county withdrawing the name of cently was hiit week captured and lodged vIcob or Prof J W McGarvev We may lmvo other help It ia desirable that tb Judge M C Lisle and seconding the name of iu tho Somerset all cldcro of tbe Churches as many as can Joe M Kendall Hugh Ulddell of Estill Tho town of Huntington W Va last week also attend They can bo greatly helped MS Every Department Overflowing to ha utmost capacity This ia not n county who was to have nominated Hon held Its tirst election under the Australian Wo also extend a cordial invitation to catch penny sale of nny kind but good honest values and qualities WT II Williams o Estill moved that Mr tho preachers of other denominations To at fair prices During the eoming week wo will display full Kendalls nomination bo made unanimous ballot system and tho result was u decided know the incalculable benefit to be de- Â¬ lined of Mens and Boys Clothing representing the leadJudge Lisle followed him by declaring that victory for tho Democrats rived therefrom one has only to attend ing and best manufacturers in the United States and his choice was Too Kendall whoso nomina or to confer with some uno who attended Graduates to tho number of thirty four two years ago Europe We will forfeit our reputation of thirty The Hon Mr tion he heartily seconded at Weat Liberty TJwjg received diplomas nt tho Ohio Medical Col preachers who see this will pleas sjwali w years standing in Lexington Wo have nevHowies and Hon W T H Williams also lege Cincinnati one day last week er failed to keep our promises heretofore Quick to an tiunr brother preachers abou ft seconded the name and by acclamation Mr made doctors make quick deaths and get them to drop a card atonceU J Kendall was declared the nominee He wus H 5 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit BroQrd escorted to f lie stage and made a few remarks Wo arneetly request that all the pa- young farmer living near John Tautman a x nut wu win sun you uio oust auun s ouil uupiu of thanks and appreciation Madison Iud last week lost his wife pors of tho secular ureas of Eastern Ken- On motion of J DSublett tho Convention 15 wo will sell you the best Men s Suit While John was in town she packed her of tucky will copy this notice LettMcome indorsed tho Hon John G Carlisle as Its fects and eloped with his hired man together enmasee awlmake otir Institute 20 Suit we will sell you the best I That ehoice for President The following resoluu glorious success All candidates for 2o we will sell you the best Men s Suit tho ministry aro also requested to atttnd tions were drawn up by the Committco on Another feud has broken out between tho t J M Downing In Haul Green AtwaV Resolutions and uuanimouslv adopted families of Frank Midland and J Murphy VRevolved That in the death of the Hon iu tho mountains of East Tennessee and omist OUR TAILORING MERCHANT DEPARTMENT Kentucky lost an able hon J W Kendall fcllttt rs HhotgHH est and faithful public servant his wife a Midland was shot from ambush last week Is the finest in tho United States I Our Cutters and Workmen are first X i T Hir are uoinc mo innudt iuuauieaa wu liiuvu uvur uuuu x kind and devoted husband his children an In a fight between Bland Head and vo Class arusiH indulgent and affectionate father and the A spring of water so strong in magnetism Miller Hinhop at Old Kockyhlll In the Coino and make your selections early Democratic party one of it ablest advocates as to swallow up hatohcts saws and other southern part of Barron county a few Resolved That we reafllrm our allegiance as steel tools placed at a distance of twelve days ainco both men were shot Read per to the principle of the Democratic party enunciated by Jefferson and taught by Jaok feet from it has been discovered near Eng Â¬ haps fatally Bead is a Constable in that precinct and went to Utekyhllt to at rest son lish Iud i MResolved That wo pledge our undivided n woman for unlawfully selling whiskey Si sincere support to the nominee of thU Con- Capt Charles llath who hanged MrsSur Bishop came up to him with a rifle across vention bia arm and Read asked him what be Washington just after of ratt That the Demooratio TAILORS I thoResolved Congressional District pnpersthe who of been mail clerk on thethe war and ftMlll frt to which Bishop replied b thatI it ami CLOTHIERS and Tenth has railroad be wanted If fell li uuhiiium ivvnU inn ukj Journal are requested to publish the tween Grand Rapids and Jackson Mich wim uuuu ii ma ItllilAlAlid Courier response to ma question mm IV ing tno proceedings of this Convention ill was suddenly bereft of reason one day last diately raised a double barreled sliotgHN with which bo waa armed and snanoed From the returns received from tho County week e P Convention of the Tenth District Mr Joe Michael Curry a contractor suicided near at Bishop An ho nulled tbe trigger of V ooeesae tho second barrel Bishop also threw bia M Kendall of Floyd county bad a olear ma Pittatnu Pa by crawling into a hollow tree rifle to bis shoulder and pulled the trig jority of the delegates uncontested and was placing three sticks ot dynamite under his gur both weapons exploding simulta BB3T IS QVAJJTT NTnCASTITT wo presume nominated at Campton on the feet and igniting the explosive He stood ucouhIv 1th Inst for Conprcits without opposition erect and the explosion tore the tree and Read was shot in the left breast the He made a game fight all over thu district man In bits ball pnasing through the right aide and coming out through his right shoulder but his greatest victory was in carrying H G Sparks of Denton Mo has ovldcuoo Ho ia badly wounded Bishop was not Montgomery county though by a small sulHclent to warrant the belief that he has hurt much Reads gun waa charged margin over Judge Lisle of Clark Mr In his employ thu abducted and long lost with bird sdiot and with these he pep Kendall is a sterling Democrat and a young Charley Ross and circumstances iu the case pered Bishop in the neck and face male man of much promise and dumrves the ear-are so convincing that a relative of Ross is ing painful but not serious wound No st support of ever Democrat in tho dis on Ids way to Hentou to identify tho missing arrests have been made In and with such support his majority boy be nt least 3000 votes We predict that CURES NOTNINa 1UT PILES Chronic coustipatlou with all it at- Â¬ High water iu many streams iu tho Soutli tendant evils is cured by taking AyeraV tho Republicans will organize and try to Has led all Worm Remedies A SURE and CERTAIN CURE slip upon their opponents and for this reason last week caused great destruction Rome Cathartic Pilis Sold by all dealer in Known for 15 EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED as the BEST every Democrat in the district should vote Ga was entirely shut off from railroad com- medicine REMEDY FOR PILES munication and the surrounding country SOLD EVERYWHERESTLQna rrtfir4ky RtCtURBfttiXtAYLeRUBB CO ITI4C1S on the 21st lust Catlettsburg Democrat CO WUy Nor Have Oho T riHM4t7RICMiRMXTAtLeKRIB for miles submerged At Mobile Ala no TheTenth District Democratic Convention trains left the city for 48 hours At C duni Can not the teachers and superintend- Â¬ met at Campton on the 4th Inst Harmony bus Miss the destruction was great and ents of schools in Eastern Keatueky hold an Eastern Kentucky Teehrs As prevailed to the extent that it was uninter- Â¬ several lives were lost souiation tiome time in the month of esting Mr Kendall had a walk over Mr July would be suitable It h Mt too The Confederate Reunion at New Orleans John P Salyer of Morgan presided and late to arrange the time place and pro- Â¬ AT TUB Messrs J L White of Montgomery and on the 7th Inst was attended by 10000 peo Â¬ We aro sure incalculable betn At gram Win Meek of Johnson acted as Secretaries ple or more among them being all thu noted would be derived Iron sucii an Aseooia Senator Gordon of tlon Can we not have an expression for Hon T Y Fitxpatrtck of Floyd nominated leaders living via Mr Kendall and his nomination was sec Georgia Senator Daniel of Virginia Geu or against the idea from tfteauperlftteftd- onded by Mr Ltsle of Clark Mr Roles of Klrby Smith Uen Cabell Gen Lougstreet cuts and teachers t Patrons and all Pike Mr Williams of Estill and others Mrs Jefferson Davis and Miss Winnie Davis friends of education wquM lend a helpÂ¬ The delegate from Montgomery speak in are among the honored guests The Cavalry ing hand Let tbe superintendent taluk ami present it Kcgular Meats 25 Cents Meals to Order at All Hours Drcakfast from 0 A M high terras of the treatment they received at Association met and Gen W H Jackson of the movementthe1 eaitont of to tldr teachera Baekm Iet to 9 A M Dinner from 10 a m to 3 i m Supper from o v m to 0 r m OyB the hands of tho good people of Wolfe was elected President Kentucky take the matter in tera Lamb Frit Fish Chickens and Quails a specialty Open from 5 A M to 12 county Mt Sterling Gazette m Emery M Smith of HarrUown Township seak of it through tlteir paeere When a we becoate aroured to the need m CUt LUIGART Judge Lisle made a splendid race but un Iud had a fright a few days since fron aociation wlien we carefully of M Aa eoWer the fortunately did not got enough votes to win which he has barely recovered While cut Â¬ beuents to ue outaineu wnen we apfre Montgomery county showed her apprecia ting Into au otk tree on his farm the axe elate the impetus it will give to all e JQHN M ROSE I G JONES tion of the support we have so often given he was wielding sunk to the handle into the cational interests In our part of theBiete J her sons by defeating our man although he rotten heart Imilaully there issued from we will not atand idly by and the tp came within eleven votes of carrying the the tree a roaring noise rusuwbllHgiscapliig jMirt unity paw Im tMheeratoMefreei othtnu P county To our neighbor Powell we feel steam Mr Smith thought he detected the teachers auperlntendeHte fusses ei gas and applying a lighted match Bend u pmtal UitheEaMtvrof Tm iaMJ truly grateful and will Hot forget her We DEALERS IN also have a warm place in our hearts for Lee to the cavity a blase shot forth extending xmimt and we will aaeertMln wlmt out be dow Haael Green Aeadewjm and Estill which will not soeu grow cold ten feet fe ii the tree aHd burned ueadlly i Johnson aHd llreathltt counties way their for two hours The Heearreaee wu u ihiI Mao Kim ix the mW cere shadows never grow less are also oh mr dea ami wysterleas a to pat Mr Madtk aad for all forum il headache piimatm HAZEL GREBN KENTUCKY and waejwhjrhi tn the gallant stand they twa eewpaaleHS to Might relieves the pain in frM Jo u Carry a complete lino of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Dress list of friends for their vote was etiaated took RetwIthsUndiHg utea Fw sale m ppelUre aosmMJby the ether way Wiathester Demeerat iooda Gfonts Clothing 33oots Shoes Hats Medi Â¬ alldnt4rhOortiM Dr Wat4Mllf W4 wk J H cines Saddles Harness prices The CawptflK CaaveHtlen eaded ia a Dew- - HMMii Goldsmith whoPirenkvUt grat riaslae Co mtk Betwi led and sell FOR CASH In tk lower than over beforo seen in Haxol Green Senator nUnjm wrtUa rAll goods eeratie law LWbiii mw andHagjpri with wth IMMklhta I Jay GutiM Ukea Um cUeuiie el Texae his example ka v tfvm mUimU Ototn4Nt a drew Jttihfa m wett thM he will try te wnptr H fur guaranteed as represented or money rofunded ww 4fiwd Hewls and WHlfctttMii KMU trial ami 1 mn vnnJMliy any tkMtfk rt4ie it ia u belRft eluwwM aaaalmowsly lie wilt fb bmi prtpfuWtioa f4sp myse PROMPTLY EXE elMd by a klg majority if the JUpaWUaiw Cuik Uut I karfwissaivW a Builnior NEATLY CHEAPLY ami ever md If you eee Btm aje will ami h 4l4al against pU ky wdii him to tmniy to CUTKD AT THI3 OFFICE v Jo4H 4I it Bexiinghsuea Oyt WhlMter DBMmt HI 11 i IN THE 1QUAL ED THE TENTH DISTRICT rrococrtlnic or tho Cnmiitnn Cftnvmllan KenttRll NemlHnteil by ArrlnmHtloH Tho Tenth Congressional District Demo cratlo Convention to nominate a candidate to succeed tho late J Wick Kcutlull ns Con Rressnmn from tho district was hold on tho 4th hut at Campion Tho Convention as- somhlod at I p in and was railed to ordor hy Hon John E Cooper of Montgomery Hon J comity who miulo a brier spnecli I Salyer was nmdo temporary Chairman and J 8 White and W M Mooka were cho sou Secretaries The committees selected OVER THE WORLD IN WEEK Eight eases of smallpox were discovered last week in Now York City Alice Field danghtor of tho millionaire Cyrus W Field will be cxawhiod for lunaey Ocorgo and Frank Essman were polsened from eating wild parsnips at fcloux Falls ipr PAB IS To meet our wcimn wast Ifttlstnit eolfotiitf Mi sabmipthww In a4rM Your Subscription Kxjlr 8 D Marietta 0 on the 7th lust celebrated tho 104th anniversary of Its existence as a town 4 bed pktI l History Lexington u Louis i i i i 4- - ill Gus Straus - -- Â¬ 1 DisplaYoSprigClothinc -- Â¬ fi V tn t ih v at at 8 That Mens at That at Â¬ If - Â¬ 5 1 - It m L C STRAUS FINE KENTUCKY - Â¬ iilLEADINGr i LEXINGTON m Â¬ A I Va BjBJtwnoiwy iejsMesaesoe6od a saoooaaocj WORMS FOR 20 YEARS TABLERSDII E BUGKEYELikk Jflfflffit UNIINTf var Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ x owmmn ISngrlish Kitchen No 12 W Short Street Â¬ Lexington Ky hea4 Propristor Â¬ Â¬ ROSE JONES y Patent at lt a4 H su c fat a4 Gr4 yw 4 r i pmi inD UUP DDIMTfnTn rrvllllinib Sd yir n Si l tI it r Ti Hazel Green Herald sntMout ooorxn KAZ1L OXBWr CONVENIENT Kim I voice of tho Good FOWLS OF EVERY WING swcot wo shall meotdying girl tho other night again on raMkfctr KY That Oluotor Undor tho Royal daro of Lebanon Oo There All tho Dying Will Find Their Nest AND j- PRETTY Over Them Aro Jho retailer of tho Almighty Sermon by Itev T DaWltt Tnlniugc 1 1 Article Tluit Aro Incul Ornamental unit Made pretly sachet for loiifr gloves is murie of two pieces of cardboard meas Â¬ uring sixteen Inches in length and slc lnohcs In breadth covered on tho out Â¬ side with olive green brocade cut in onu piece and lined with palo pink quilted silk Edge it all around with a quilling of olivo green ribbon and finiBh with bows of olive nnd pink To raske a very handsome handkor chief sachet cut a piece of terra cottn plush fourteen inches vfide and ten inches longerabroidcr a spray of daisies on it in the natural colors line it with very pale blue satin and make tho two pockots of quilted satin sprinkling the wadding with delicate sachet powder Finish tho edges with palebluo silk cord Fold the Rachet over pass a ribbon through the folded part and tie in a bow on tho outside putting in an in Â¬ visible stitch or tvo to keep it in place Fasten two little silk balle of difForent sizes to each corner Another pretty handkerchief sachet is composed of two pieces of enrdboard ten inches square covered with rose colored silk and lined with quilted silk of the same color Put a six inch square of ivory white satin embroidered in rose color and gold on the top of tho sachet and edge all around the sachet with a quilling of rose colored ribbon Finisli with bows of the same color To make a pretty and convenient work case cut a piece of ruby plush twenty two inches long and eight d inches wide and lino it with satin Hound the ends slightly and turn one end up on the gold side to form a pocket for the work fasten with a bow of ribbon on the center of the pocket a littlqliamond shaped pin- Â¬ cushion of ruby or plush trimmed round with gold cord In tho center of the work case stitch a piece of tho ruby plush to hold skeins of thread and silk Put three rows of herring bono down this leaving room between each for a skein of silk or thread He careful not to let the stitches go through to the outside Fasten two little pockots of the plush on each side of this to hold buttons hooks etc and on the end above place a dainty ncedlcbook made of ruby and gold Trim nil the pockets round with gold cord and ornament the out side with embroidery or gold colored gimp Fasten a ribbon to the rounded end long enough when tho pocket is rolled up to go round it and tic in a graceful A gold-coloreÂ¬ Dr Talmnges subject Sunday was the refuge offered by tho Christian religion to people of all ages and every variety of character Ills toxt was A goodly cedar and Ezckiel xvil 23 under it shall dwell all fowl of every The cedar of Lobanon is n royal tree It stands 0000 feet above the lovel ofÂ¬ the sea A missionary counted tho concentric circles and found one trco 3500 years old long rooted broad branches all the year in luxuriant foliage Tho same branches that bent in tho hurricano that David saw weeping over Lebanon rock to day over tho head of tho American traveler This monarch of the forest with its leafy fingers plucks the honors of a thou- Â¬ sand years and sprinkles them upon its own uplifted brow as though some great hallelujah of Heaven had been planted upon Lebanon and It were ris- Â¬ ing up with all its long armed strength to take hold of tho hills whenco it came Oh what a line place for birds to nest in In hot days they como thither tho eagle tho dove the swal- Â¬ low the sparrow and tho raven There is to many of us a comploto fascination in tho structuro and habits of birds They seem not more of earth than of Heaven even vasclllatlng between the two No wonder that Audubon with his gun tramped through all of the American forests in search of new spec- Â¬ imens Geologists havo spent years in finding the track of a birds claw in tho new red sand stone There is enough of Gods architecture in a snipes bill or a grouses foot to confound all the uni versities Musicians have with clefs nnd bars tried to catch the sound of the nightingale and robin Among tho first thing that a child notices is n swal low at the caves and grandfather goes out with a handful of crumbs to feed tho snow birds The Bible is full of ornithological allusions The birds of tho Bible arc not dead and stuffed like those of tho museum but living birds with fluttering wings and plumage Behold tho fowls of the air says Though though exalt thyself Christ as the eagle and though thou set thy nest among the stars thence will I bring thee down exclaims Obadiah Gavest thou the goodly wings unto the peacocks says Job David describes I am like a his desolation by saying pelican of the wilderness I am like an owl of the desert I watch and am as a Yea sparrow alone upon the housetop In tho heaven knoweth her the stork appointed time and the turtle and the crane and the swallow observe the time of their coming but my people know not tho judgment of the Lord so says Jeremiah Ezckiel in my text intimates that Christ is the cedar and the people from all quarters aro the birds that lodge among the branches It shall be a goodly cedar and under it shall dwell As in Eze the fowl of every wing time so now Christ is a ffoodty kiels cedar and tohim are flying till kinds of people young and old rich and poor men high soaring as the eagle those fierce as the raven and those gentle as All fowls of every wing the dove First the young may come Of the 1802 years that have passed since Christ came about 1000 havo been wasted by the good in misdirected efforts Until Robert Rallies came thero was no or ganized effort for saving tho young Wo spend all our strength trying to bond old trees when a little pressure would havo been suillelcnt for the snp pling Wo let men go down to the very bottom of sin beforo wo try to lift them up It is a great deal easier to keep a train on tho track than to get It on when it is oiY Tho experienced reins man cheeka tho fiery steed at tho first jump for when ho gets in full swing the swift hoofs click ing fire from tho pavement and the bit between his teeth his It is said momentum is irresistible tho young men must bo allowed to that I havo noticed sow their wild oats that thoso who sow their wild oats sel- Â¬ dom try to raiso any other kind of crop There are two opposite destinies If you aro goinjr to Heavonyouhad better take the straight road and not try to go to Boston by woy of Now Orleans What is to bo the history of this multi Â¬ tude of young people arouud mo to day I will tnko you by the hand and show you a glorious sunrise I will not whine about this thing nor groan about it but come young men unU maidens Ie His hand is lave Ills bus wants you voice is music Ills smilo Is Heaven Re ligion will put no handcuffs on your wrists no hopples on your feet no brand on your forehead I went through tho heaviest snow- Â¬ storm I havo evor known to seo a dying girl Her cheek on tho pillow was as whito ns thu snow on tho casement Her large round eyo had not lost any Loved ones stood all of its luster around the bed trying to hold her back Hor mother could not glvo hor up and ono nearer to her than olthor father or mother was frantic with grief I said Oh she Fanny how do you feel said happy happy Mr Talmago tell all tho young folks tliat religion will As I came out of mako them happy tho room louder than all the sobs of wailing and grief I heard the clear Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wing bow Pockets of this kind filled with but- Â¬ tons silk cotton etc suited to a gen Â¬ tlemans requirements make very ac Â¬ ceptable presents to bachelor friends for traveling Housekeeper Would mid Should Ul m pupil in a quiet boarding school in Pennsylvania displayed sometime since no small degree of industry in collecting autographs of distinguiscd persons James Russell Lowell was ono of the number addressed The ad Â¬ I dress to him wns in substance would be very much obliged for your autograph Tho response contained a lesson that many besides the ambitious pupil have not learned Pray do not say hereafter I would be obliged If you would bo obliged bo obliged and bo done with it Say I should be obliged and obligo yours truly James Russell Lowell- - Hapers Weekly A x Intrude Some people when thoy are titrht are very considerate Not long sinco Qus Snobcrly being under tho in Â¬ fluence of a dinner party called at the rosidence of Mr Manhattan Beach on Madison avenue Ish Mr lleach in I want to slice him on portant biznish Yes suh responded tho dusky menial Sho heosh in is ho If heesh in never mind disturbin him on my ac count Ill call again when hcobh out TexuB Sittings Did Not A Slight milorcncf Â¬ Obituary Editor The oldest inhab Â¬ itant hns just died what shall I say about him Managing Editor Oh say that up to tho last ho retained his montal vigor to a romarkablo degroc 0 E But I am told ho was born a hopeless imbecile M E Ahem Then say ho retained his lack of mental vigor to a romarkable degree Brooklyn Lto The Art of Matrimony Do you expect your marriago to be I guoa so But if it isnt Jack has promised either a divorce or suicide so you see Im really not run Â¬ Life ning much risk a happy one 0 yes dar A Mrlirht Bide He Will you expect me to raorrow evening if it snows You know the walking will be so bad Sjho brightly If worst comes to worst yau can come U a sleigh Puck m m r fnt IrtitfkffrA Hojack Dees Pennibs swear to tke elrfMUtlon of the Baxoo knew abeut that but TMpilikfiX him wRrf itJury Soma HwearlBff Ww Dene sldoof tho river Tho noxt Sabbath wo buried hor Wo brought whito flowers and laid them on tho coffin Thero was in nil that crowded church but ono real- Â¬ ly happy aud delighted face and that was tho face of Fanny Oh I wish that now my Lord Jesus would go through this audience and tako all these flowers of youth and gar Â¬ land them on his brow Tho cedar Is a fit refuge for birds of brightest plum ago and swiftest wing See they flyl All fowl of every wing they fly Again I remark that tho old may You say come Suppose a man has to go on crutches suppose ho is blind suppose ho is deaf suppose that nine tenths of his life has been wasted Then I answer Come with crutches come old men blind and deaf come to Jesus If you would sweep your hand around before your blind eyes the first thing you would touch would bo the cross It is hard for an aged man or woman to have grown old without religion their taste is gone The peach and the grapo have lost tholr flavor They say that somehow fruit does not taste as it usod to Their hearing gets defective and they miss a great deal that is said ia their presence Their friends have all gone and every body seems so strange Tho world seems to go away from them and thoy are left all alone They begin to feel in the way when you came into the room where they are and thoy move I hope their chair nervously and say I am not in the way Alas that father and mother should ever bo In the way When you were sick and they sat up all night rocking you singing to you administering to you did they think that you were in the way Are you Do you snap tired of tho old people them up quick and sharp You will bo cursed to tho bone for your ingratitude and unkindness Oh it is hard to be old without relig- Â¬ ion to feel this world going away and nothing better coming If there be any here who havo gone far on without Christ 1 address you deferentially You have found this a tough world for old people Alas to have aches and pains and no Christ to soothe them I want to give you a cane better than that you lean on It is the cane that the Bible speaks of when it says Thy rod and Thy staff they comfort me I want to give you better spectacles than those It is tho spirit- Â¬ 3Tou now look through ual eyesight of divine grace Christ will not think that you are in the way Does your head tremble with tho palsy Lay it on Christs bosom of old age Do you feel lonely now that your com- Â¬ panions and children are gone I think Christ has them They aro safe in His keeping Very soon he will take you where they are I take hold of your arm and try to lead you to a place where you can put down all your burden Go with me Only a little while longer and your sight will come again and your hearing will come again and with the strength of an immortal athlete you will step on the pavement of Heaven No crutches in Heaven no sleepless nights in Heaven no cross looks for old people Dwelling there for ages no one will say Father you know nothing about this step Oh how back you are in the way many dear old folks Jesus has put to sleep How sweetly He has closed their eyes How gently folded their arms How He has put a hand on their silent hearts and said Rest new tired pilgrim It is all over The K ars will So never start again Hush hush no gives His beloved sleep I think tho most beautiful object on earth is an old Christian the hair white not with the frostsof winter but the blossoms of tho trco of life I never feol sorry for a Christian old man Why feol sorry for thoso upon whom tho glories of the eternal world are about to burst They aro going to tho goodly cedar Though their wings aro heavy with ago God shall renew their strength like the eagle and they shall make their nest in All fowl of every wing tho cedar Again The very bad tho outrage Â¬ ously sinful may como Men talk of tho graco of God as though it wore so many yards long and so many yards deep People point to tho djing thief ns nn encouragement to tho sinner How much bettor it would bo to point to our own case and say If God saved There may us Ho can savo an body bo those here who nover had ono earn- Â¬ est word said to them about their souls Consider mo as putting my hand on your shoulder and looking you in tho oyo God has been good to How do you know You ask you that He has been vary hard on Where did you come from mo Home Then you have n home Have you over thanked God1 for that Yes Have you children home Have you ever thanked God for your children Who keeps them safe Were Who made Yes you over sick you well Havo jou been fed every day Who feeds you Put your hand on your pulse Who makes it throb Listen to tho respiration of your lungs Have you ti Who helps you to breath tho house spreading beforo Blblo in you tho future lifo Who gave you Oh It has been a story that Blblo of goodness and mercy all tho You havo been through way Who ono of Gods pot children fondled you and caressed you aud loved you And when you wont astray and wanted to como back did Ho evor rofuso I know of a father who after his 66n came back tho fourth time said tes but No Iforgie you three Â¬ will novor forgive you again And the son wont off and died But God takes back his children tho thousandth time w cheerfully as tho first As easily as vMi my handkerchief I strike tho dust off a book God will wipe out all your sins Thoro aro hospltnls for incurables When mon nro hopelessly alck they are flWEtjs iiuvriii wmbbbbi to launch away and discover for mo tho extent of the ocean That craft puts out in one direction and snils to tho north this craft to the south this to the cast this to the west They crowd on all their canvass and sail 10000 years and ono day come up tho harbor of Heaven nnd I shout to them from the bench Havo you found the shore and they answer No shore to Gods mercy Swift angels dispatched from tho throne attempt to go across it For a million years they fly and fly but then come back and fold their wings at tho foot of the throne and cry No shore no shore to Gods mercy Mercy Mercy Mercy I sing it I preach it I pray it Horo I And a man bound hand nnd foot to the devil but with one stroke of tho hammer of Gods truth the chains fall off and he is Mercy Mercy Mercy free forever There is no depth it can not fathom there is no height it can not scale there is no infinity it can not compass I take my stand under this goodly cednr and see the flocks flying thither They arc torn with the shot of temptation nnd wounded and sick and scarred Somo fought with iron beak some once feasted on carcasses somo wer i fierce of eye and cruel of talon but they came flock after flock all fowl of every wing Again All the dying will find thei- nest in this goodly cedar It is cruel to destroy a birds nest but death doe not hesitate to destroy one There wni a beautiful nest in the next street Lot ingly the parents brooded over it There were two or three robins in the nest The scarlet fever thrust its hot hands into the nest and the birds aro gone Only those aro safe who have their nests in the goodly cedar The have over them the feathers of tho Al Oh thosf to havo mighty soft warm eternal wings stretchLet the storms beat and ed over us the branches of tho cedar toss on thu wind no danger When a storm comer you can see tho birds flying to the woods Ere the storm of death comes let us fly to the goodly cedar Of what great varieties Heaven will be made up There como men who once were hard and cruel and desperate in wickedness yet now soft and changed by grace they come into glory And hero All fowl of every wing they come the children who were reared in loving home circles flocking All through the gates of life wing every These of fowl were white and camo from Northern black and these were homes ascended from southern plantations those were copper colored and went up All fowl of from Indian reservations So God gathers them up every wing It is astonishing how easy it is for a good soul to enter Heaven A promi- Â¬ nent business man in Philadelphia went home ono afternoon lay down on the lounge and said It is time for me to go He was very aged His daughter Are you sick lie said said to him No but it is time for me to go Have John put it in two of the morning papers that my friends may know that Good by and as quick as I am gone that God had taken lifrn It is easy to go when tho time comes There are no ropes thrown out to pull us ashore there are no ladders let down to pull us up Christ comes and takes You havo us by the hand and says had enough of this uonic up higher Do you hurt a lily when you pluck it Is thore any rudeness when Jesus touches tho cheek nnd tho red rose of health whitens into the lily of immortal purity and gladness Â¬ sent there Thnnk God there is no hospital for spiritual Incurables Though you had tho worst lo prosy that ever struck a soul your flesh shall come again like tho flesh of a little child 1 am told it is Oh this mercy of God an oceun Then I place on it four swift sailing craft with compass and charts rigging and choice and skillful navigators and I tell them -- Â¬ OJSTE -- Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing tp tho taste and acts gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses tho sys tem effectually dispels colds headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind over produced pleasing to tho taste and acceptable to tho stomach prompt in its action and truly beueBcial m its effects prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo made it tho moat popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50o and 1 bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who may not havo it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BJOYiS LOUISVILLE SAN FRANCISCO CAL KY NEW YORK NY German Syrup Justice of the Peace George Wilkinson of Lowville Murray Co Minn makes a deposition concerning a severe cold Listen to it In the Spring of 1888 through ex- Â¬ posure I contracted a very severe cold that settled on my lungs This was accompanied by excessive night sweats One bottle of Boschees German Syrup broke up the cold night sweats and all and left me in a good healthy condition I can give German Syrup my most earnest commendation Â¬ Â¬ BUNTING When you buy Flags you want the best Government Standard is the best the largest flag dealers in the U S are G W SIMMONS CO Oak Hall Boston Mass Dealers in Military Uniforms Write for a Flag Catalogue FLAGS Tho smnllcBt g Pill in tho World Tuffs Tiny Pills To purge tho bowels docs not mnlto A thorn regular It leaves them In worsecondition than before Tho liver to tho A JBl scat of trouble nnd tho remedy tnustfll nct on it Tutts Tiny Liver rills act directly on that organ causing a free A flow of bile without which tho how PJ els nro always constipated Trice 35c - v NMiblo to detect Ofllcc 30 41 hnposs- a perfect imitation of nature per box it Price SI Park Plncr Xow Yorlt USE TUTTS HAIR DYE 9 Â¬ Behold tho saints beloved of God Washed aro their robes in Jesus blood HriRhter thin ntiKuls lo they altlne Their glories splendid and sublime Through tribulation great thoy came They boro the cross nnd scorned the shame Now ia tho Heavenly temple blest With God they dwell on Him thoy rest While everlasting ages roll Eternal love shall feast their soul And si ones of bliss forever now Hlso in succession to their view salvation Uix u i PKRTTIKRT HOOK U K K Kit lUlVrKU IT O B d B Bt Wk only sec V Ancient Polish Memorials Tho so called Psalter of Queen Mar Â¬ garet discovered in 1B20 is the earliest specimen known of ancient Polish pripr to the sixteenth century the middle of the fourteenth century Is given as its date aud this Is supposed to bo a copy of a much older text With this Psal Â¬ ter was brought to light a translation of the Fiftieth Psnlm of thirteenth-centur- y date Several religious songs written In Latin In the iniddlo of the fourteenth century by the bishop of Posen may In this connection find men- Â¬ tion Stiil preserved In Crucow Is n fifteenth century manuscript of a noted Polish war sdng sung by soldiers of that nation when going into battle Also in this century appeared tho Blblo of Queen Sophia or Blblo of Szurost This collection contains only patak early books tho Pentateuch Joshua Ruth and Kings and f ragmonts of thrco others Harpers Bazar Vl If rnrc extras Cheap rtire but 1 HnAiitiful IllimtrMod UftUlocUO frOC 5IU XlionpiuMllrF uy ox ami id OnoCentapkg 000000 IX rKAJlE IU1S VtXIV II HIIUMWAY ltocklurtl 111 lira jouwrtt 12X5J6K3B 111 CATARRH Wllili CHICK Elys Cream Balm W 4M K Ut j a CfliUHTJ Annlr llnlni Intn orh noitrIL ELV UKOS W Warren SUNV lrio 8 wedlih the underlnir In a Aitbma Cure moment inturei roiremwi iierp uhu uuru ttiUnnriUappotnt you wneru all othoM fall It Irlcon or druirUt or by mull Hiiirti mailed ct uuiih mo rrt mum linos nuniro ASTHMA- - sITfWr rellerci rAllatnty CjrNAHE HIIS it fill IIHIIIM tlt jo wnu DR Ul tuw ritt J STEPHENS m jm rMiiu I HA Morphine Habit Curml In 10 tH cured to 3 LebanonOhl I1 s A CONSISTENT RECORD Steadily Op posed Protective Taxe The proposition thai the democratio party shall abandon rcvenuo roform and take to the woods is ono of those propostorous suggestions that como only from men who uro ignorant of political history or devoid of political principle Mr Crisp and Mr Springer could not If they would and would not if they could abandon revonuc reform or roverso the position of the party From tho tlmo of Jefferson to Clove land the party has been consistent in Its opposition to protective taxes Tho declaration of independence was tho formulation of a demand for free trade Tho first democratic platform adopted by the part called lcpubllcan to dis- Â¬ tinguish it from tho federalist came from a congressional caucus at Phila Â¬ delphia in 1800 the year when Jeffer Â¬ son was first elected president Its second resolution is as follows Free commerce with all nations political connection with none and little or no diplomatic establishment In 1S01 Jefferson in his first annual message declared Agriculture man- Â¬ ufactures commerce and navigation the four pillars of our prosperity are most thriving when left free to indi In our early his- Â¬ vidual enterprise tory when no nation feared our strength or regarded our rights every reasonable effort was made to develop our resources in order to make us inde pendent ol all nations This was done in some cases by small Import duties such as now would be considered Madison ancl Jefferson ruinous Monroe ever manifested a disposition to encourage agriculture manufacture commerce and navigation as the means of increasing our war resources but Jefferson was particular to say in 1S05 that the remaining revenue on the consumption of foreign articles is paid cheerfully by those who can afford to add foreign luxuries tolomcstie In 1S0O referringMo cercomforts tain duties ho insisted they be re Â¬ tained because they are levied chiefly on luxuries The war of 1812 caiised an increase of duties interrupted and destroyed foreign commerce and called for war tariffs Then as now the beneficiaries of the war tariff were reluctant to surrender their war privileges but in 1829 Jackson insisted that revenue was the first consideration and all interests should be equally favored In his inaugural he said With regard to a proper selection of the subjects of impost with a view to revenue it would seem to me that tho spirit of equity caution and compromise in which the constitution was formed re- Â¬ quires that the great interests of agri culture commerce and manufactures should be equally favored and that perhaps the only exception to this rule should consist in tho peculiar encour- Â¬ agement of any product of either of them that may be found essential to our national independence In 1832 Jackson in his veto of the bank bill said that most of the diff- Â¬ iculties surrounding the government and most of tho danger threatening the union camq from the abandonment of tho legitimate objects of govern- Â¬ Many of our rich men ho ment said have not been content with equal protection but have besought us to make them rich by acts of congress In 1832 in his annual message lie in- Â¬ sisted that Americans might be willing for awhile to pay higher prices in order to encourage the establishment of factories but at the same time ho emphatically repudiated tho idea that such a policy was to be permanent But he said for this purpose it is presumed that a tariff of high duties designed for perpetual protection has entered into the minds of but few of our statesmen The most they havo anticipated is a temporary and gener- Â¬ ally incidental protection which they maintain has the effect to reduce the price by domestic competition below that of tho foreign article Jackson in his other state papers was consistent in his opposition to all class legislation denouncing every at- Â¬ tempt to build up ono interest at tho expense of another insisted on relief of such necessaries of life as salt and coal from tariff taxation and in his Tho govern- Â¬ farewell address said ment has no power to raise a revenue or iihpose taxes except for the purposes enumerated in tho constitution Tho vigorous intellect of Jackson his determined character his broad sympathies with the people left their impress on tho democratic party In 1840 tho democratic convention met at Baltimore and adopted a plat- Â¬ form declaring that justice and sound policy forbid tho federal government to foster ono branch of industry to tho detriment of another and tho fifth resolution was emphatic in the demand that no more revenue ought to bo raised than is required to defray tho expenses of government In 1844 tho fourth and fifth resolu ious of 1840 wore reaffirmed In 1S48 tho nartv platform declared hat tho fruits of tho groat political numph of 1844 havo fulfilled tho hopes f the democracy of tho union in the osio impulse given to tho cause of reo trade by tho ropeal of tho tariff of 82 and tho creation of tho moro qual honest and productive tariff of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Under Favorable Condition THE WOOD NYMPH Ono of the principal advantages in 1 1 COMM tmrnivfm A lleautirul Insect Which Is Sntd to Thrive getting tho spring crops in oarly is on Irnpo Vinos Â¬ This has often been mentioned as an that tho plants having a hotter oppor tunity to got well established aro in a enemy to grapo vines usually In con- Â¬ much hotter condition to withstand tho nection with Alypla octomaculata an hot dry weather of summon Plants KXLLA31 allied genus on account of tho very that aro stunted in tho early stages of close rosem bianco bctweon tho lnrviu growth novcr fully recover and seed of tho two moths i sown under unfavorable conditions will M 4fc S TIMMONDU The moth of tho Eudryas grata is nearly always sond up a weak un Â¬ A Committee Appointed to Look After among tho most beautiful of tho Lopl Â¬ doptcra with Its pleasing contrasts of thrifty plant whoso defects after treat the Coimitlmiluiier nf reunion ment will cntlroly overcome A committee of tho house has been white soft brown purplish grocn and With es Â¬ all aplSly FORTfMOWJIy appointed for tho purpose of investi Â¬ yellow Perfect specimens unless bred pecially nenrly field spring cropsqulto in tho carlincs3 Is arc seldom scon howovcr as it Is a an Item In securing gating Mr Ilnuin There is little doubt ESALARY 25 SliB WJfctho best growth night filer as to the need of such investigation Good 4qknti to sxll and yield yet it is r rely good economy The eggs and larviu arc also very to risk a slow poor germination of tho but the committee should bo allowed XftpiAIi LIKE 0 MXXrtKANDtlB M4 to extend its inquiries beyond tho pretty tho former being delicately Boed AfiOTB SALARY WIL3 fft and an unthrifty start to grow In IDDLINQ merely personal transactions of tho sculptured and the latter ornamented order to plant early Allowing seed to AID TO LIVE AGBXTI FOR pension commissioner The privato with alternating bands of bluish and remain in the ground or rSR INFORMATION ApDftSSS speculations of Raum have little to do red orango the bluish bands marked unfavorable conditions planting under 3I0AG0 GENERAL SUPPLY OCX with tho great scanduls that have mado off and the orango bands dotted with gcrmlnato slowly causes so that thoy 178 W Van Burtk St CjuoAQo In moro or loss his administration notorious save as black loss of vitality that when Tlie food plant of the larvm is usually growth and yield aro doslred tho best they may lead to conclusions as to ENRY MATLOOK it is best Raums relations with those known in grape varied occasionally by ampelop to avoid Under present conditions if WITH Washington as members of tho pension tBis or Virginia creeper a fair profit Is realized a good yield Is ring What enormous profits these It is seldom abundant enough to do necessary and in many MCMILLAN HAZEN CO pension shurks havo made within a niuch injury though according to Dr yield cau bo mude to returncases a fair fair proves a serious while a light yield will bo a madoprofit few years is common talk at the capi- Lintncr Alypia often at a WHOLESALE Hero in positive loss Hence tal If the house committee shall be pest while Eudryas is rare it is important to able to lay bare even a moiety of such Iown Alypia is very seldom met with take evory precaution to securo tho frauds it will have performed a great wbilc Eudryas is comparatively com- best growth and yield in order to lessen BOOTS AND service to tho country When it is un- mon and in favorable seasons might tho cost and increase the profits derstood that the number of peasion These things are important Good KNOXVILLE TBNN ers exceeds SOO000 and that this is to seed carefully planted in thoroughly be incrensed to more than a round mil- Â¬ prepared soil so as to insuro a quick lion within the year it will bo seen vigorous germination and growth and that something must bo rotten in Den- Â¬ MfTho above goodi are kindled u good even stand A failure in either mark A quarter of a century after Ky of these respects will affect tho yield DAY A 00 Hazel Ore the close of tho war the pension list is At the start it Is best to tako every to exceed in numbers the roll of the precaution to plant under as favorablo federal army at any ohq time Tho conditions as possible and with such bare statement is proof of frauds that crops as rcquiro It give thorough cul- Â¬ arc disgraceful to honest pensioners tivation and wickedly burdensome to the peoIn order to lesson the necessity for plo attempting to work the soil wet or to The committee will discover in tho plant under unfavorable conditions tho course of their work that many best plan is to make all of tho prepar Â¬ in Washington and throughout ations possiblo in advance Oct every Â¬ the country will aid them in uncoverAND thing ready so that whon tho soil Is in ing some of the schemes by which tho condition to work the seeding may bo pension office has been disgraced pushed along rapidly It is only in ex- Â¬ There is an organization of old veter- Â¬ ceptional cases that it will pay to atÂ¬ ans at Washington whose members are Nos 184 138 RAGE STREET tompt to work the soil wet It will earnest in their determination to stop to delay tho work a nearly alwaya pay CINCINNATI O pension frauds before they shall havo LARVA PUlA AND MOTH OF KUDHYAS few days until tho soil is sufficiently destroyed the entire sjstcm To these OllATA dry With good drainage in the spring old soldiers the committee may appeal becomo formidable Owing to its size ono or two days will make a very con- Â¬ THE KRUSE 5 BAHLMAH with a certainty of valuable assistance and conspicuous coloring tho larva are siderable difference One working of Chicago Times readily seen and can be destroyed on tho soil when wet will so injuro it the few vines usually found in tho that a wholo seasons work afterwards HE IS INEVITABLE farmers garden if they becomo too will fall entirely to removo the offect Harrison Is a rolltlcnl Old Mnn or the numerous They have tho habit of planting the seed with the soil not in Sou dropping to ground when ap- Â¬ good condition will seriously affect tho --MOMPANY The republican party would un Â¬ proached the the same habit being men- growth and yield of the crop doubtedly get rid of Harrison if it tioned by Dr Lintner in regard to Aly- Â¬ Sow or plant as early as possible but 11 10 and 17 West Pearl Strut could But it cannot He is the pia havcfthe soil in a good tilth and get strongest patronage machine ever or the Seed ground underneath tho soil under CINCINNATI O ganized in the country for it repre- Â¬ is If the from weeds and littertho vines conditioninto This is tho firstfavorabloÂ¬ step to they can free sents both the radicials and tho thus be easily destroyed Eudryas wards securing a good yield and much elements of grata is in common with tho majority depends upon the way it is done St the republican party He has among of the insect world subject to para- Â¬ Louis Republic his office holders committed to his sup- Â¬ sitic attack noticeable among which is 09k 1 ijsotluij solioltea port both Blaine and Elkins He has a tachina fly in appearance about like A CONVENIENT BARN Wanamuker to represent the godly a housefly Ono Suitable for Holding Horacs Cnttlo and Raum to stand for pretorian pais but one an In this locality Sheep and liny triotism with Foster as go between nual brood tho there attaining their larva Our illustration represents a barn for Wall street and men to represent growth about tho middle of August the will and interests of every strong They then descend to tho ground and capablo of holding 15 horses GO head of cattlo and 30 sheep with room enough monopoly in the country either earth to pupate or if Against the federal office holders pieces enter tho wood sticks or trellis for at least 40 tons of hay The end of of board tG0MPANYs thus organized the republican party are in the vicinity thoy often gnaw into the stable portion is represented us left open to show the arrangements of tho would strive in vain oven were there a cavity largo enough to nothing else to compel its action But them of the body covering tho admit stalls etc The horses occupy tho cenhalf outer Notions it is under even a stronger compulsion half with sawdust stuck together with tral portion at ono end in two rows Wholesale Dry Goods with a passageway between the rows than that of tho patronage machine a gummy secretion the apartment for tho sheep being tho Harrison has burned the bridges be Â¬ Packard mentions this wood boring other end of tho central space Tho 101 103 and 100 W Fourth Street hind it so that it cannot turn back habit as occasional but in my experi- Â¬ occupy the sides each row fac from him He has made a record that ence it has been more common than cattle CINCINNATI 0 0outh Sld the platform must attompt to justify the usual Packard method of enter- Â¬ ing toward the horses on that side and on which he alone must stand ing the ground Especially is this true Their stalls are 12 feet deep The floor The party will be obliged to indorse of confined larviu which in nearly the force bill the McKinley bill tho every appeared restless and subsidy policy the Sherman bullion uneasy instance until provided with pieces of storage bill tho pretorian sjstcm of wood in which to transform They pensions for the dishonorably dis- Â¬ Â¬ in their snug charged tho squandering of tho sur- Â¬ remain earthen abodes wood and saw until the foldust or plus the thousand million dollar ap- lowing June the propriations and all the othor iniquit- moths emerge to wheneggs for beautiful lay another ies of the Harrison administration generation Prairie Farmer This means Harrison for a candidate Win t Farmer Oimht to Do It can mean no one else The repub- Â¬ Tho remedy for tho farmer seems to lican party might have changed its course after Its great defeat in 1890 be to reduce tho cost of production as but as it did not change it then it can- Â¬ much as possible by striving to proNot 74 and 70 Mala Street LIVE STOCK IIAItN not chango it now And so it will re- Â¬ duce the greatest amount with tho CINCINNATI 0 nominate Benjamin Harrison and least labor and to carefully watch tho of tho oattlo stallfi slants to a manuro stand on his record St Louis Repub-Â¬ demands of tho market for such prod ditch behind the cattle and behind this ucts as it is not oversupplied with and is tho passageway The cattle may be lic learn how to produce them of tho best fastened with stanchions or in any GUS MEYER POINTS AND OPINIONS with quality at tho least cost Wih this other approved way Tho horso stalls him abandon the trying to grow havo a dirt floor Tho barn Is 75 feet The Texas republicans once more let 48 notify the country that they are har- such crops as are not udaptcd to his longeavepfeet wide 18 or 20 feet high at Tho upper part is used as a soil or as he does not understand tho the Tho hope for republicans monious OJOBBBBS 1KO management of and thus avoid help- haymow who couldnt be harmonious with 184 ing to fill the market with tho inferior 000 democratic plurality to make them Cultivation nf Korostn Hardware Agricultural Implements so would bo indeed forlorn St Louis products which must bo sold at unre A forest is liko any othor crop in its muncrative prices Lot him diversify Republic Aftor it OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS STOVE moro by striving to produce growtli and development MALTA PLOWS FOSTER CO Fortunately for a tax ridden peo Â¬ his crops as possible of reaches maturity it begins to decay ns much EVAPORATOlI that which ho COOKS MILLS plo tho democratic majority in tho and if not intorferred with growth and CHAMPION REAPERS MOWER8 home consumption will house is paying duo attention to both if a need for season gives a surplusand decay will just about balance each STODDARD AND ACME IIARROWS to ends of tho machine trimming down sell favorablo that as a profit no mat- Â¬ other and no progress or incrcaso of DOORS AND bASH A SPECIALTY look upon the taxes and at the same time lopping ter how small the prico at which It crop can follow Tho truo way is to No 119 113 Seoond Htreet IRONTON OHIO 0ty off extravagant and needless appro Â¬ sells as it is fit thin That which ho grows himself cut the timber tho fast asdistanco npart 15 os ton Globe priations right and xises in his own family will bo just ning exactly President Harrison ought to get as profitable at a low prico as if if could as may be permitting tho young tim DO YOU WANT TO SAV1 ber to come ns fast us tho natural tim Â¬ a new secretary of tho treasury If have been sold for twice as much PROM 25 to CO CENTS ON EVERY ber is removed It would take mitny Mr Foster cant find any cash balance Columns Rural World years to get a forest in just the right DOLLAR YOU SPEND Iv so www without withholding from day labor- Â¬ Onori Conn Are Kite Kuter condition but whon onco fnirly yon oun Illustrated Oatalooum ers in government employ the wages A cow giving a big mess of milk has started no other known crop can bo CONTAINING ILLUSTRATIONS AND PSION they havo earned ho would seem to bo 07 a victim of republican methods of an enormous appetite and it is an im Â¬ mado to yield so largo a profit Farm TnR EVKRYTHINO VANUPAOTUKBD Df Unitkd States at MAxurAoruB portant point to feed her so that she Field and Stockman Â¬ financiering to such a dogrco as to ren 10000 ILLUSTRATZOM Jens FMCES will keep this big appetite To do this der him practically useless St Louis befbxsknted oltalou lines wo must keep a closo watch and seo Coitv hay and idleness or modorato Ro public If a cow that exercise will bring tho horses out in mailed vrbe on amplication ovldouce that the that she is not overfed The very best Address shows her tho spring fat sleok and handsome United States treasury Is out of money is in full milk is poor and got her fat but soft short winded and liable to CHICAGO GENERAL 6UPFLY CO h ribs plainly dont try to is that tho government must borrow JNO IO WEST YAW UUIUUf DTk 4k 840 monoy if it is to continue to construct wo arc not feeding for fat in tho cow colje Better sell half tho corn and j- w CHICAGO ILL A good cow buy bran and feed them as much us These principles wore reaffirmed highways in tho District of Columbia but for fat in tho mlllc in tho milk possiblo on bran oats and clean very four years until 1801 Tho proposition is to issuo two per will put most of her feed and may look as if she did not get bright wheat straw with a little corn Hero ia a record so simplo so direct Lent bonds and yot when this admin o vonsistcnt thut no man need mis istration camo into power thero was a enough to eat but that is all right so and hay for variety and give thorn all akj it From tho beginning until now surplus In tho treasury of 100000 W0 long as sho keeps in good health In Â¬ tho exercifto possible It ia unkindnwa fe to keep a horse ia idleness dicator 0U Mu Paper nly 10 f h democratic party has been the op N Y World rh Democratic rarty U ponent of tho principles underlying1 the wholo system of protection On tho other hand Hamilton tho federal party the whig party and now tho re- Â¬ publican party havo been ffcs advocates and dofendcrs And so it will bo through all time Should the democratic party abandon these principles tho peoplo would abandon tho democratic party Louis- Â¬ ville Courlor Journul INVESTIGATING RAUM AGRICULTURAL HINTS ABOUT EARLY SEEDING Importnncft or Getting tke Heed Into Belt mmm fiiZ Wholesale Grootiji ajmk H Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SHOES W7l Â¬ MARKS BROS MARKS veterans Â¬ i Â¬ HARDWARE M Â¬ Â¬ Anchor-to-Windwa- rd Â¬ Â¬ GEO W MALPIN Â¬ Â¬ GROSSMAN CO SOHLBUTKHR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Saddlery and Harness Â¬ Â¬ WMKEEKG0 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ all Â¬ t S it ii wnvattarTtrxrrxrertr imKmtwnm rMmunTnvAiinKmci3imamMauiwmareMimwti innnuim iL mam - Hazel tfRraf Hekald WASHINGTONLETTEil SPKfcOER COOPER I - - - Editor -- Washington D C April 8 92 Trimble Bros WHOLESALE mi ni r i iiin fi it lliWVB CTfeAH 11 At wtKzlu ha Fill day LHo KY F15 - SMM3BPW April 1892 HAZEL GREEN DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress JOSEPH M Tenth District KENDALL of Floyd BnroRK another issue of our paper tho election to be held for Congredinnn in this district will have been held the dntc being Thursday April 21st 1892 whereas our pnpor will be dated on Friday April 22 That Mr Kendall will have no op position for the place is now a settled fact as the committee having tho nomi nation in chargo have decided to put no Republican candidate in for the short term This is as it should be and it shows tho esteem in which Joseph M Kendall is held by the people of Eastern Kentucky without regard to politics It will therefore be nn easy victory for him in race horso talk a walk over but nevertheless every Democrat should go to the polls and vote on that day for Joseph M Kendall for Congress A full vote of the party will encourage him in his efforts in our behalf and beside this being a Presidential year it will aid in keeping tho organization of the party in- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Let every Democratdohisdutyon that day and he will bo the better pre- Â¬ pared for the coming conflicts Let us give Joe Kondull the full vote of the party every man tact -- the Convention to be held to nomi nate delegates to the Chicago Con veu tion none but Cleveland men should be selected and we wish it distinctly underÂ¬ Â¬ In m- - stood that The Hkrald has that kind ot a feeling in the matter Our friend John P Salyor of West Liberty has been mentioned as a suitable delegate from this district and if ho can go into the Convention with Cleveland creden- Â¬ tials wo are for him and do not now know of a moro suitable man for the placo Wo nro however not for a Hill man under any sort of circumstances We have never interviewed Mr Salyer as to his feelings in the matter and if he bo o Cleveland man we are for him If ho bo a Hill man we are forninst him Thats all there is of it FouiiriFTiiff of the Democrats in the four quarters of these United States are for Grover Cleveland for President fust last ond all the time and any attempt to defeat the will of the people will result disastrously to tho Democratic party County Conventions District Conven Â¬ tions and the State Convention should tee to it that none but Cleveland men are mustered for guard mount at Chi enso and if this is dono we will have him nominated Onco nominated he will sweep the country from Portland Maine to tho Pacific slope and the Dem ocratic party will be able to record the grandest victory it has ever achieved Â¬ Thero is a growing impression says the Georgetown Times that Mr Cleveland will be nominated by the Chicago Con ventioij beforo New York is reached in tho call of States If this condition of things should bo brought about tho rc pmsibilityof his election will rest with Now York mid Senator Hill has given a Vromisoto tho public that the voto of best informed men in thecountryon tin- New York will be cast for the Chicago omatic aflairs having been Assistant Secretary of State Secretary of the Amer Â¬ nominee ican Legation at Paris and Chairman of tho What if anything has this ectiou of The House Committee on Foreign Aflairs details of tho reciprocity treaty our State done toward making an exhibit which Mr lleid negotiated with Frame lit thoWorlds Fair The benefits to be will not be made public until it is ratified by tho French Chamber of Deputies derived from a display of our mineral wealthfnt that place would bo almost in calculable and those having tho matter sire liv wiIUiik at jubt in chargo in tho soverul counties should received lit id Iapor attend to it at once 1Mb Journal Paper Klb Letter liper 1Mb Foolscap Iapor This is a busy season jn which to hold 1Mb Commercial Note Papur nn election but ovory Democrat bhould 0 lb Legal Nolo Paper Load Pencils Pen ku 0 tho polls on Thursday Vpril 21st and All of the b ust tiiiilily and sold at tho recprtl hs voto for losopll M Kendall lowest prices Wo have also i supply of tho nicit pnatvrs stationery uv r seen in Kaat Jlp can tlifn isrm Tor piimnuu vm Komiiolcv Includhilrhh Uihmi Amor tuhUnlpw ami work wUhu hotter heart htm linen Old lUrwleUr Ac and will print i and fiirnlsb It in iimintltict to suit at tho htwvht rates Cllvo tld tillleO a call whoa U010AH0 pOUSqil Tliurdthiv IPO wint iiintDr tir iirlntliii urMiivklml and i wtw money votc for Joseph JI Kendall tf s Â¬ Senator Wolcott proved himself a ver- Â¬ itable bull in the political china shop by n speech ho mado on Senator Morgan s silver resolutions He was particularly severe on Mr Harrison and Mr Clove jM It is laud Of tho former ho said will apparent that the party in power with negative unanimity renominate the present magnetic Executive not uecauso le is tho choice of any considerable body of his party but becauso sinco the letter of tho retirement of tho great Secretary who Holds his party uounu uy lies oi deepest affection and regard no man of greater stature than the present incum Â¬ bent has been found willing to stand Because of Of Mr Cleveland he said the blow that has struck silver aside it seems equally manifest that the Demo- Â¬ cratic party will present its apostle of tariff reform whose vision has no other issue and who desires to be again consecrated to public ollice Fear of what the third party may cap- Â¬ ture in the South and Northwest is a per petual nightmare with tho politicians of both the old parties and the private information received sinco the side tracking 1 of the fre6 coinage bill in the House is lKMCSfflaW5 not calculated to add to their tranquility The Democrats however have the best of it as it would only throw the election of President into the House should the jj space and prepare for the bargains which third party carry several States The House spent the greater part of this week in passing the free wool bill and if tho Republicans had been inclined fi will next week offer you through this paper to keep up the iillibusteriug with which they consumed one entire day it never SftSSffiiSB5535C8ffi3 could have been passed without the adop Â¬ 1 tion of a cloture rule by the Democratic The present rules of the majority llouso are a regular snap for those in clined to fillibustcr Senator Peflers bill to create a fund for the payment of pensions and for set- Â¬ ting our army of laborers at work on ex tensive public improvements for removing tho strongest incentive to crime among the poor and vice among the rich and for protecting the American from the influx of undue alien competition did not meet tho approval of the Senate Finance Committee which has made an unfavorable report thereon The same fate was dealt out to Senator Calls bill prohibiting national banks receiving or paying interest o i deposits made by na- Â¬ tional banks to Senator Kyles bill to repeal the law conferring the authority upon tho Secretary of the Treasury to anticipate the interest upon the public debt and to Senator Georges resolution instructing the committee to report a bill providing for the issuing and keeping in circulation of legal tender notes to the extent of J0 per capita Representative Clover of Kansas who is a member of the House Committee on Indian A fliiirs gave that Committee some We Ho said plain talk this week nave given more time to hearing the women of Philadelphia who never saw an Indian and to the ollicers of the Indian Rights Association and kindred organizaMANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS tions than we have to any other class of WHOLESALE people Some of these people want to CATLETTSBURC KY take the heart out of the land that is to The Lnrgost Drug House in the Ohio Valley le thrown open to settlement in the Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by the Dozen Cherokee country so us to put it aside 16000 Square Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed for tho education of tho Indian There are hundreds of young Americans lads jJEJ Sult proprietors of the famous 9 X Sole proprietor of the reiiowiied tM x just growing into manhood who are far 2 HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL NERVE K1NC more in need ot education than the In- jThe only reinetlv that is sold on an alog j For the permanent eure of Pains in the Hack ami all disorders of the Kidneys dians and they would make better use of Jlute guarantee to eure all Pains and their opportunities I think wo ought to Aches Cramps and Colic Diarrluca lys S gaud Irinary Organs Thousands of cer- Stilieates of those who have used this Iscd internally and oxter look after these young men and while Jeuterv etc best tremedv will lie sent on application aiiallv The Liniment in the world the education of the Indian may be a X X IMSHK X CKXTS IMIUK 100 good thing I do not think we ought to deprive our own people of land needed fljyFoK Saii iiy Ditro Stokis and Cointky Storks EvrnYWiiKBEia for homes in tutler that a few Indians may bo educated The iHNsaio by the House under a suspension oi the rule- - of the most radical anti Chinese bill ever introduced in GOODS Congress shutting out all Chinese not ollicially connected with the legation of that country has caused much discus sion An ovt nvhclmiug majority believe tliu circumti noes justify the enactment of Mich a law but there is a respectable minority composed of men of all shades CAMPTON KENTUCKY of political belief who believe that Con To the People Are vou tiled of iaing old m counts and long juices and do on gress should not deliberately violate ex isting treaties with China as all agree want to find a place where von can huv goods with no los of time A I 1ltlCFS THAT and the loss that follows a that this bill does Nevertheless ft is D1CFY COMFIOITIIONcall on where yonI will not lie charged with my power to make our will use evcrv effort in me and If so believed that the bill will become a law credit system business ussoemtiou both profitable and pleasant With thanks for onr patronage in the as the politicians on both shies are shy past and hoping to have a liberal share of the same in fnttiio am about voting agaiimt the bill on the eve 5KO W ROIUXSON Most respectfully of a Presidential campaign and the same reason will probablv cause President Ha risou to sign the bill after it passes tlu Senate It may result in the severance -- EYE-SEE by China of diplomatic relations with the United State intimations to tint oiled Mil J I Case Hickory Srovo Farm home Is mij s Hiielnu Ml v tiylni of Juj having come directly from the Chinese every known remedy J returned u huge- Hunch Minister here of two yours stumllng from u II year old illly Z Z Representative Hitt of Illinois will with three applications of mummy go to I ranee as Minister lute- - i aw Ileitis successor lie is one of the Â¬ Â¬ GSOC 1KS JIT STERLING KY r Consintaeuts of nrodttcc and tho patronage ot Mountain 3lcrchaiits respeet tally Bolieited JeHly J It Sharp SHARP Hrucc Trimble TG Denton TRIMBLE DENTON MT STERLING KY Have now a complete line of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes and Gents Furnishing Goods We solieit an inspection of our goods and guarantee prices satisfactory and articles as Â¬ recommended I LOOK AT THIS I 37 T Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY DAY 1 CO Capital J M G L 200000 Surplus 30000 MGSTAFFTFrelddent KIRKPATIHCK Vice President V W THOMSON Cashier o Â¬ We respectfully solieit the hiiHtness of tner chantH fanners traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general hanking business done Give us a chance to send you a bank book pay your cheeks and loan you tnouev when in need W Thompson Cash Â¬ K S STRADEB Successors to 74 SON Co J A Lail E Main LEXINGTON KV Wholesale Denlers in Stkhkt Straight Kentucky Brandies Whiskies c Wines FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY CIGARS AND TOBACCO Agents for Old 1tigh Old Pepper Old Tarr and Old Tiiylor I J No DINGFELDEK WITH M E0BINS0N Importers and Jobbers of CO Â¬ DRY 587 6000S AND NOTIONS Â¬ 030 and 54- 1- -- West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY -- H I i Â¬ a Cut Price House 1G7 G FEDER HACK STREET IJjlGo nxrrvxATi oino SIIAWI IIOM- - i KItY 5IOVKS HlANKKTS SIS- 1KNDKItS mill all kinds of small wares and other goods in Notion uud Furnishing Joods Line II G rXDKUWKAl J Â¬ KKltKltdsCo iX NEW HOUSE NEW NEW PRICES Church Stiect New York Special attention to mail order Â¬ Dealer in General Merchandise 1 R IV II HHYAX WITH Â¬ PEARSONCLARK -- Â¬ WJIOIKSALK m fn w wwy VSt if or- - ttt r jtrif p 12 1 1 V1T MAIN ST I J LFXINtiTON KY -- Hyo-Sce I winchesteTbank winch N QUINNS 1 WMENT iti U i icy Proldent t II WITIlFltSIOON It It Is tho best preparation I hnvoevorused or heard heartily recommend It to till llonciiion of have hundreds i J nei teittmoniuli S Iflo Price SI 50 per hot tic AskyoiirdriiKtltforlt miluca not Keep iiMMiuiivcAiuiiporMivrr iiinriif X BuiillMifilB V II 1 ilMJV aTflnjWlTBADK UAUK CO Whitehall N Y We 1 f IIUNTKK iishter MUflcKdHiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiitiiiiisJiii MM il jsKBtiw iilr srGKKrPIESGSOOI I I This iiink solicit the account ot mer Â¬ chants fanners traders and business men ueiierallv throughout Kastcm Kitiimk uol ami oilers its customers evi r iacilt the most liberal terms ulthiu the limits of oetls lv legitimate bnukin Paid up CnpihiT J000 KM Surplus 00K0 it I 4t ll The undersigned takes pleasure in announcing that they Shave jtisl eomidcted ar IUAlTIl At rniiceuitfiitb with the American Hook Company that will enable him lo sell the school liookn adopted bv the State Hoard of IMiieatiou at the following minced rates Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers Met i u levs Smafl Primer Pi ItVvs Xiw First Arithmetic Second Arithmetic Kevised Primer HAZKLJlKiN KY no ii 17 Third Aritlunetlc Leleetio bpellor 10 ii Kev to sjuiic 17 Hlaek mithiuu oi all kind solmud and First lloador ti no High Arithmetic Second Header vrk iirrtiititly ibnc We make a u i ili 7ft ii 12 kev toViune Third Header if buildintj -- horse wifoii and guuiuitc it Ki MoCittflVyV 1st Fclcetlo iuographv 50 Fourth Header all work H Jd Feleutie ieogrttthv All who are indebttd In the NOTICr Filth Header I So i nl Keleelic tieouranhv Sixth f firm or either of us for work mtit Ctiie nMniMiti The above clmol booU publications of t ie Ainerieaii Hook Coumanv ifre woll kuown uud settle and cm1i orMitlsfuetiuy leinif will standards and wo shall at all times have a full simply on baud for Milo to school nfllcura he demanded for all work done hcrealu r Thanking vou for jHist atrona atii vuner scuooimhiou jphuiikiiiu n unwuiiiiniiii IVtiuntTs or tiiii ai ilio priiis ntiiaiii Hook Coiupuny tJ7 Walnut Street Cincinnati supplied at currespondinfcly low prices lleltiug aeoiilinuaueeof the winie we hc J T DAY HOsr i lulll M Ill Uiuel Urven Kv reHiectfnllv 1 ai y AV wVO ROSE DeBUSK 0 mmWMI itmnMMMnanamaami mmmmmmmmm Crippled Bill Lawson who lives this side of Miiytnwn who Is quite a poor Jinn a larucr circulation In Wolfe Morgan man aim iigomi ciH7cn nau mc misiui ml ltrcathltt than all other papers in the tune Tuesday night to lose his house nnil State ami merchants in Mt Sterlitij Win all his household goods His wife and cluster Uxiuuton louisillc and Cinciii three little children were left with only nan will iiml it tiiu iirsr mkdilm through the scanty clothing that covered their nliich to soon re Mountain Trade bodies and Mr Lawscn being a cripple and a poor man Arberry Swango underADVERTISING KATES took to raise something for tho unfortu Til ANSI IINT Mr Swango was hero Wed Icis tlian l i ato ones Advertisements inserted lor nesday and succeeded in getting a few mouths will he 7o cents nn inch tor tlio llrst insertion and 25 cunts an iuuh for cachsuh donations from our citizens hut people do not remember the injunction of the sequent insertion golden rule Do unto others as ye would act Am Tkansikxt Advkhtisinu must wish them do unto you and as a conse in- paid in advanck quence do not give with the liberality staniuno advuutiskmints 1 inch 7 f0 that the Lord loves to sec 12 months Sometimes 12 V it is not charity to give to those who ask 3 Inches tK A inches but here is a case which appeals to the A inches IS 7 and wo hope 22 00 hearts of all good people Indies that all of the citizens of this community i inches I 00 Ijheral rates on larger advertisements who havo not alreadv done so will give of their means If it is but little that made known on application Local notices to ihc interspersed unions vou can spare spare it and with that rcuduu matter 10 cents a line with a dis little send along a blessing The old old Mint of 25 percent where they run a month j story that the widow gave her mite was or more Ohituaries tributes of icspeet etc 1c a one of the sweetest that was told to our line Count six words to the line and send Savior and with smiles he will today Do c will write look unon all who licit the helpless money with the manuscript Mldtiiaries and publish nt i cent- a line not wait until a more convenient hiikoii Marriage and death notice not exceeding but do to day that which all of Hods ten lines solicited and published Kitii people should stand ready at all times to IOlt llKdtlAU ADVKITISIXC do Any money donatioiisorotlier things pVAUMjtAiiTimY ox dimaxd for these unfortunate people may be left SPKSlKU rOOPKK Address at Tm HrKAii ollice or the store of Hael Green Ky Hose Jones and they will be promptly delivered Mrs Ciitrdncr lonos of this place has flSTEIeetion Thursday April 21 liccu ami is still quite ill Hazel Geeen Herald Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ 1 Tho smallest attempt at stealing of T which wo havo heard in a life time enme Too to light on Thursday morning hut ICash of this place purchased of J T Day Co a bacon hnm which they had u bought from some countryman and upon DKALKI18 IN cutting it discovered that it was loaded Hats or mice had oaten out nearly all of the heart of the ham and the party who sold it had filled in this with chunks of old bacon and salt so that the ham hud tho appearance of being all right The man or woman who engineered tho job in this caso made a mistake in choosing tho vocation of a farmer lie or she as the case may be should bo in some city running a fence for thieves or steer- 13uy your goods while they arc cheap and now is the time ing a bunco game of some kind The talent wasted upon the ham if properly applied in another field of labor would soon lead its possessor to wealth and most probably to a long term in the peniten- Â¬ and this is our reason We want to buy more goods tiary The mistakes some people make in applying their talents are appalling is business you see are not in business hut tliuro is vet perhaps time for the per- Â¬ tliis joko to turn his into merely for pleasure nor for health but for the proiitjand petrator of a channel of clearer profit II F PIERATT J PIERAlT H F PIERATT CO LIVE STOCK COUNTRY PRODUCE H Good People Play Progression Â¬ Dont that We I the way to make it profitable is to sell everybody - fa-IMM- -S Dr Taulbeo reports Born to the wife of Jeflie N Rose April 10th a line boy Charlie Sample Miss Ada Mills ol L T Pieratt will preach at Dayshor Maytown who has been in a very critical uugh Sunday at 10A oclock condition for more than a weelc is verv much betteiBorn to the wife of J W Vote for Joseph M Kendall Cravens tho handsomest boy baby he ever saw Faulbec Cooper I A Whittaker near this place had a line colt to die one dav this week BOr Vote for Joseph M Kendall BSTKIcction Thursday April 21 STATE NEWS Loaded with impurities your hlood The frost Saturday night killed the needs clcansinguvitli Ayers Sursaparilla peach crop in all parts of the State jSyVote for Joseph M Kendall Pew Cave formerly a preacher in Lex Â¬ Clay Hcrndon Deputy Collector was ington committed suicide in St Louis a puest of John II Pieratt on Tuesday Mo Sunday night BSf Kleotion Thursday April LM Election Thursday April 21 way to sell everybody is to sell cheaper than anybody And G T Hughes general manager for that is what we are going to do for Cash or Country pro- Â¬ Hitchcocks Analysis of the Holy Bible duce and his estimable wife and interesting have extended the Credit System until we are compelled to close our little boys left Monday for Campton where thev will reniaiirMndofinitoly Mr J honks and wo respectfully ask those who owe us to come in and pay part and Mrs tlughcs mid their two children or all of your note or account Trusting you will heed this wo remain have been sojourners in our village since CO Very respectfully II F 1IERATT c early in the winter and so endeared themselves to tho people of the place that all were loth to see them leave They are citizens who would honor any town Mr Hughes being a most thorough 113 fit 115 W Third CINCINNATI O gentleman and his wife a lady of refine Mwmr That ment and rare accomplishments JTaSiMAXrFACTUKKliS we have lost thee good citizens is ore unuitAiK now realized by the people of Campton by W H CILLIS who gain so much and our well wishes along with all of our people go with them BSD And the fEWc FEDBR SILBEEBEBG Represented CO Â¬ tfm EtyjrjljamA Street 655 Vote for Joseph M Kendall inst is election day Go to your rest pectivo voting places cast a vote for Joe Kendall to represent your interests in Congress and return home feeling that you have discharged your duty Remember that Thursday the 21s flLON IS THE BEST JW JfeHk IfhitO friffliJKMBSbk III I i mrnm m 1 1 VI- - night CST Election Thursday April 21 The Shelby Countv Confederate Vete- Â¬ ran Association held a meeting Monday and elected officers It is feared that tho cold weather and frosts of the past few days has materially injured the peach crop J B Cecil requests us to say that he will be here on the 10th of this month next Tuesday and remain three davs He will be found at the stable of WT Swango with his celebrated stallion Forrest Stonewall Â¬ AINT MADE It is not a HHA to a mlmtimmmWfmi CVote for Joseph M Kendall The big horse show at Lexington Mon day brought out a million dollars worth of equine excellence WOLFE COUNTY Â¬ The Best is the Cheapest Patent Paint but the best Paint that can be made by an experiended Practical Painter with the assistance of the latest improved and powerful machinery It is guaran Â¬ Will cover one half more space teed to give satisfaction than lead anJ oil mixed by hand Sent freight paid for town Cainittuii Currency T Center is at Clay City on business O C Hull law gone to Clay City to Iny brick Oscar is a glide wan T Bowman left this place Sunday Prof for Salt Lick Hath county to visit friends Mrs Florence Horton has been seriously ill for a few days past but is some better now Ci The condition of Fred Day is somewhat Gov Brown refused a pardon to C C improved and we hope soon to see him Mooro in jail at Paris for libel of the at his post of duty again the Paris Christian Church The Worlds Fair bill passed by the will be a camp meeting at Bethel General Assinhly is not yet a law but There J of it will bo this week It appropriates days II Blackburn weekStanton spent several J rove in this county beginning on the in town last and returned home 100000 iMihof August and continue three weeks S S Combs and wife arc The Girl is the name of a new publica Â¬ business mid pleasure trip ofton a combined to Louisville and Vole for Joseph M Kendall tion at Louisville with Col Bill Sterritt Cincinnati Fred Kellam the fat drummer rep as editor It ii devoted to humor satire C Lykins C C Hanks A T Combs and S M Tutt went to Frankfort yesterday resenting the whole sale grocery establish and revenge on business S Timmouds Portsmouth niont of M Tlios Scott a pioneer and the oldest hio spent last Sunday at this place Our genial postmaster M F Horton will citizen in Lewis county died suddenly move the ollice into its new quarters Klkius Sunday at his home at Enterprise of a building this afternoon BaTElection Thursday April 21 paralytic stroke C M Hanks Sr and T J Swimm of this Go to II F Pieratt place are both in a critical condition and and buy Cos tho wire nail at fie per lb If not satisA man named Craig was fined 900 their recovery is extremely doubtful factory when tried money refunded last week for violation of tho liquor law Samuel Duflund Miss Martha Hollou were F the residence ot H F Pi kk Co at Berry a small place in Harrison quietly married at nth inst Kev Dr T H 1 Vancleuve ou the county He was fined - and costs in Stamper officiating fiVotc for Joseph M Kendull 52 cases A Porter Steele C Fulks firnnvillc Rose Sam Hurst and Bruce Stumper left for The condition of the sidewalk on Upper Monday was court day at Lexington street is not only in a disgraceful condi- and stock of all kinds sold well Hoims Jackson Kv this week where they will tion but an exceedingly dauporous one brought from 10 to 7 plugs mules enter schoof at Unit place A F Byrd has hcenemplnvcd by Atwater Cant something be done to fix it up from 130 to 133 and milk cows sold at Allen as agent to buv timber ami timber f 40 to A better selection could not have lauds BSTEIection Thursday April 21 been made between the Blue llidgenud sun Saturday set At Tho following names were registered at night adanceat Baughs station Reynolds The Odd Fellows outfit arrived here to Jim Mahoiu- - hit Peter the Day House on Wednoday night on the back of the head with the polo of day and the Lodge will he organized on the lames Buchanan Louisville to de R W an axe Reynolds recover His 20th inst All good men are invitedpromoposit their cash and participate in Smith Cincinnati and J D King of assailant escaped cannot ting this grand institution in Kiistern KenNorth Carolina tucky confined in John Smith The Big Sandy louring mill at Cat for the murder who Vis H Reynolds Jail here Vote for Joseph M Kendall ot was ta lettsburg burned Sundav night and C ken before Judge S M Tutt one day last Complaints coino to us from people M Coy the miller was burned to death week on a writ of habeas corpus and his who havo planted gardens about hoys while trying to save the books The lu a bail was fixed at 00 in default of which he was recommitted to jail running at large If wo mistake not is r0000 with no insurance IlKIOUTKlt April 1J i2 there is a town ordinance against this nuisance and the Trustees should sec that Tho grand opening of the Four Seasons fiST Flection Thursday April 21 it is enforced Hotel at Middles boro took place on the 12th inst About lf0 guests have arrived Wanted Section Thursday April 21 from New York and oilier Eastern cities Oi e hundred teams wanted to log along and a large number arc looked for this the K U railroad between Jackson and Tho houso of Doc Adams colored of week Clay City For particulars address Daysborough was destroyed by fire on Fiovi Day Tuesday morning hiHt Miles Taulbee Clay City Ky Twenty years ago while feeding hogs who told us of tho fire said ho succeeded T J Tandy of Christian county lost a from a Ktmtiickliiii in OKInlioiim in saving nearly all tho furniture etc fine gold watch His son a few days I lDOltAlio Okla Adams was away from home but ids wifo since found it buried in the earth near April 7 and children wero there Ilv rentiest of mauv friends to writ1 them tho spot wound it up and started it to I take this method of complying through running the columns of your valuable paper I fiSy Vote for Joseph M Kendall dont see how any home can be happy with Mrs Reuben Young of Uwensboro Since Tho Lion Paint advertised- in this was burned todeath Sunday at her home out the dear old in llKHAIIi I greet I have made mv home Texas weeks paper is said to bo the best and Tho lady was standing with her back to ing each week iu one of my dearest its com friends most economical ever used for house the fire feeding a voting baby when her I am glad to say that all of our Kentucky painting By our next issue wo will bo clothing caught lire and in an instant crowd are well satisfied There has been no ablo to give our readers some particulars she was enveloped in Haines As there rain here for quite u while Wheat and outs ulnrnt it that will bo worth considering was no one present to help her she was are looking verv well Il was thought Hint and in tho iiiontilitnoif you want to paint Diirneu to a crisp ueaiu resuiiiiig in a oats were killed but its a mistake Papns wneat and oats are looking line your house call and seous 1 hud the pleasure of attending a debating f w minutes eociuty last Saturday night ami church ou a Elcction Thursday April 21 J B Lamb a nroiiinont farmer of the following Sunday Ou next Saturday Caldwell county found u live snake lr night our champion vcCharlie ltingo will he venture the assertion It II Bryan representing tho whole inches long in a sack ot grass seed no was iu the debate and that ho will hold liU own with the rest of the wdogrocory house of Pearson Clark emptying The seed had been shipped bovs Lexington Ky was a guest of tho Day from the North and the snake had cer- Â¬ I have got my eye ou an old bachelor lust House Wednesday night and Thutslay tainly boon con lined in the sack ever across from where wo live but dont know waited on our merchants Tho house since it was nit up last slimmer as tho whether I will captivate him or not but Mr Bryan represents is the oldest in sack was tie up and there was no nolo nevertheless live iu hope and pupa is in Kentucky if wo mistake not and its rep in it throng i wliioh tho serpent oiuM better hopes than I urn Plenbtf dont let that blue eyed curly utathn for fair dealing is nearly u lain havo criwlei When freed it icgan to haired fellow of mine marry until I come lml years old crawl away but was killed buck to Kentucky bye atnhbye Respectfully AsxlK D IxonVM for Joseph M Kendall Vote for Joseph M Kendall 1 Â¬ flSTEIection Thursday April 21 lf0 per gallon Send for color cards etc aOne reliable dealer wanted in each Lion Paint and Color Works LEXINGTON KY aa a a a a k t aaaaaaaaaaaaa m i VViViiViiViViVAViiVVi Executed at this oilicc iu the highest style of the art and at satisfactory prices Notclicads envelopes sale bills Sic Work promptly done and nothing hut the best material luted Scud for estimates lLvzKii OnrFN Kv Mils LOU DAY Proprietress Tins house has been recently refitted and rctiiriiiNlieilanil the table in at all times sup plied with the best in the market Hates reasonable Sample room attached 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Vkif - i 7f- - tilulrorblRKE3ST BtAT Y I I - J JU kf r I pilim w s -- LmWANCIr 4L m - - - 1bY 1 xUTL VV 7 x- - VBBlJ 1W 5x zltjzlu XAru inwinv SfAAM rws JLVVmU Li IK IDM SvAWYJAAZINb OHAlTHR I 0MVK AND M10HAKU 1113 old uliuroh e o 1 of Eustmeou in II u mpshlro stu n d s o under n h Ig h green hill tlmt rises far above its spire Tho village lies in a valley a place little known to tourists shut in ing downs It is a district of babbling waters and fresh winds that como blowing freely across tho far reaching slopes a valo of ploasant lights and faint shadows full of awectnesa and restful calm Tliero aro still somo people living their hill tops and havo never traveled by railway in thoir lives from the inarch of tho times by its soft enfold hero who have only seen tho sea from ll if K8 The Meon a goes running grateful briskly all about tho village winding How you exaggerate trifles ho hero and hiding there reappearing in cried Irritably Let me put the ease tho most unexpected spots and mixing clearly before 3011 and then perhaps itsolf up in all tho affairs of tho place yon will see it in tho right light Aaron It turns thirteen mills and meddles Fenlake is one of the foremen in Hat Â¬ nvith tho concerns of a good many other tersbys works He knows that a clerk villages before It pours Its restless tide Is wanted who can write fluently in into tho Solent at last several laniruaces and ho tells me of Tho month was April and the time the vacancy I apply and hoon con four oclock on a Sunday afternoon A vlnce the linn that I am lit for tho young man and a girl wero btandlng post Surely I may bo pardoned If I side by side leaning against a gato dont go staggering under a heavy load which opeped Into a wide field He of gratitude to tho end of my days Ho yond tho flold rose a softly rounded you suppose that Aarons good word nlll half grass and half woodland and would have got me into tho ofllce If I over all there was a delicious rainy had not been the man that I am lriuo of tho spring sky Tho pair stood Oh I know that you can do any- Â¬ close togotherwith their hando clasped thing Michael suul her earnest lips Hut poor Aaron is devoted and eyes to you and ho Is such a good follow Well Ollvo wo cant discuss his ex- Â¬ cellence now replied Michael stand- Â¬ ing upright Its nearly timo for mo to start and you aro going to glvo mo a cup of tea first Well Mrs Hooper will give you tho oupof tea she said keeping back a sigh You will like her tea better than ours Sho is very good to mo and I want you to see 1113- - friend Lucy Cromor Lucy Cromer Oh ah yes thats tho nloco who has como to live4 with her ho answered as they moved away from the gate On the other side of tho quiet road there were two cottages sheltered under one Jroiul roof of thatch Their walls were covered with moss and weather stains and tho littlo easements were sot In creepers And although wreaths of there was as yet no woalth of foliage X YOUNO MAN AND A GIM WJCHK 8TAND to dress up tho lowly dwellings with INO BIPK BV BIDK summer beauty thoy had the pictur- Â¬ tho man was talking and tho girl was esque charm that belongs especially to watching him while ho talked and places rustle and decayed There was a largo piece of ground urlnklng In ovory word with eager de Â¬ half flower garden and half kitchen light Sho was a lovoly girl and her loveli- Â¬ garden in front of the two cottages ness was of that rare kind which can and tho 011I3 division between tho gar llourish in any atmosphcro without dons was a row of flints showing out losing its natural roflnomont Hers white against tho dark mold At ono of tho doors stood a young woman was an oval faco with dollcutoly-chls-olc- d features and a mouth with soft with a fresh modest faco who held out ted lips oxqulsltoly cut lips that woro her hand timidly as Michael ap- Â¬ at onco passlonato and proud but al- Â¬ proached Ho greeted hor with an air ways tendor Her skin had that warm of friondly patronage Glad to sco How do you do Jano imdojtono of clear brown which gives a Hut jou looking so well ho said and thon fuller richness to any beauty perhaps It was In tho largo limpid brown stalked In through tho other doorway The room which ho ontercd followed oyes that tho chief oharm was found and there was something so true and by Olive was very low with a heavy trustful in their gazo that most men beam across tho celling A fire was would havo forgotten to talk and looked burning brightly In tho prim little Iron cage and between tho deep Into their brown depths Nothing howovor had ever boon known to stay fire and the window stood a small sofa tho tldo of Michael Chases eloquonco covered with faded chintz Propped up when ho had onco begun to hold forth on with cushions another young woman his favorite themo his owit plans and was sitting In tho corner of tho sofa and sho too extended her hand to his admirable self Ho was Ollvo Wlnflolds acknowledged Mlchuol but hor manner was not timid Not as Janes had been lover and sho was proud of him I am glad to seo you Mr Chase I only did she lovo him as truly as ever woman loved man but sho looked up Â¬ havo heard a great deal about you sho on him us tho chiofest among ten thou Â¬ said In a faint sweet voice Something in the look and air of the sand men Ho had toiled night and day to aequlro knowledge and when It speaker surprised Michael so much that was Won ho hud turned It to a good ac Â¬ ho lost his usual self assurance Ho count Ho had not studied for tho stood awkwardly before Lucy Cromer more lovo of study ho was no dreamer for a moment and then sat down delighting to tarry in a quiet world of meekly In a chair noar her couch How books and thoughts To him learning was It possible that this woman could was n stopping stone and already It be the niece of plain Mrs Hooper who hud raised him to tho post of corre- Â¬ had lived In Kantmeon all her days In sponding olork In Hattersbys otllee hor letters lle had told him that hor And Hattersbys firm was a good firm friend was pretty and he had expected and ranked high ovon In London Hut to see a eommonplaeo littlo person pos Â¬ Ids brains would havo dono littlo for sessed of ordlnnry good looks Hut no him If they lnd not boon backed up by eommonplaeo girl was here Luey Cromor was a long slander Ills ttnconquorablo pluok and determi- Â¬ woman with tho kind of figure that nation Ho hud Raid all this a hundred times swuys and bonds with a reed llko gruco in lii lotters and ho was saying it again Her face was long too sho had large to day Tho pair had only ono moro gray oyes that wero now pretoruatu Itour to spend together and he was fill rally bright a dellcato aquiline noho very precious minutowlth talk and fair halrwhloh surrounded hor head n Hut a woman will with a golden halo A dark bliu wrapÂ¬ abquj hlmsolf keerfully tolerate any amount of ojjo per of some soft material sot off the tlfe in tli man slut loves and Olive exceeding fairness of her complexion it was the front of Vik in every wowl Inthe hill them and simple as thai robe was wen In is seldom soft wade In a style fleJ4 Rd a busy littlo rivulet lights were shining on tho green and finding out tho hollows where tho prlmroso stars had opened birds wero singing and a fresh yet gentle breeze was blowing Into their faces as they Yet stood leaning against the gate Michael absorbed in himself was un Â¬ conscious of all this sweetness At last ho paused for want of breath and then Olive solved tho opportunity to ask a question Michael dear how Is Aaron Fen lakoV You have not said one word about him Her lovers brow darkened and ho answered rather curtly If there had been anything to tell about him Olive I should have told It Hut there is nothing And I didnt care to waste our vuluahlo time in talking of Aaron I wanted to hear about him for No Janes sake sho said meekly not for Junes sake she added sudden- Â¬ I always liked ly In a firmer voice htm Michael and when I remember what he has dono for you I am very Tillage or country towns Your first glanco at Luey sufllced to toll 3011 hor days woro numbered your second con- Â¬ vinced you that sho was waiting eagerly porhaps impatiently for tho end There aro souls In whom God accom- Â¬ plish cfl His wwlc quite alone Neigh Â¬ bors came sometimes but Lucy eared littlo for visits and the simple countiy folk wero afraid of her Tho olorg3 man called and was bullied by her gen Â¬ tle indifference and her curious unfit Â¬ ness for her humble position What was her history Even her aunt seemed to know very little about Lucys llfo The girl had gono to be maid to an old lady who had taken a funey to her and raised her to the post of companion And then came a quarrel and changes Luey hud left her situation and had found work in a florists shop In Regent street There she had dsphi3ed great skill in arranging bouquets and fash Â¬ ioning wreaths and sprays and had kept this place until her health failed This was all that Mrs Hooper had to She was a lnneby tell about her ulc woman and Lmy was the on by relative left to her She had given the girl a warm welcome and did her utmost to uursu her back to strength but no power on earth could stu3 the progress Lucy had not come of tho disease penniless to her aunts cottage she was not a burden She repaid Mrs Hoopers kindness with gratitude and ulVeotlon and 3et the good woman al Â¬ ways felt that there was a mysterious barrier between them Like the neigh- Â¬ bors she was a little afraid of L11C3 There was only ono person who hud over stepped over the wall of reserve that Lucy Cromer had built up around her Olive Wintleld was her sole friend It was to her that Olive had llrst con Â¬ fided the delightful news that Michael Chase was coming to spend a Sunday In the village coming down from Lon Â¬ don on purpose to see his betrothed When Lucy pleased she could very soon set people at their ease In a few minutes Michael was answering all her questions and feeling flattered 13 the Interest which sho displayed in his affairs While she was drawing him on to talk about himself no ditllcult task ho was admiring her more and more and thinking how she might have helped a man to rise In tho world With that quiet self possession and natural grace what an admirable wife sho could have beenl He was glad that Olive had found such a companion and Luc3s affection for Olive was evidently imbedded In load work rested soft ly on Lucys worn features and OHvos nut brown head Tho day woh ending in golden calm tho patches of velvet moss still hold the rain drops and tho red blossoms of tho flowering currant sparkled with mois ture but the wind had tiled nwaj and there was a great peace Luey looked down with ono of hor faint smiles and laid her thin hand on her friends shoulder I think he Is a most fortunate man shu said Hut this answer did not please Olive at all Oh Luey she began In a dlsap Is that all you havo to pointed tone Why everyone else seems to say think that tho good fortune is on my side Do they Lucys delicate lip curled slightly That Is because they I wish I have not seen 1111103 men could teach 3011 to set u higher value on yourself littlo one There was a look of trouble In the clear brown eyes and then came a pause and a sigh dont think much about myself Olive said nt last Why should It is much more interesing to think about out-of-doo- rs light shining through tho small panes in tho littlo room and tho ovonlng SOHOOL AND CHUROH English has boon recognized ns tho official languago of tho Imperial uni- Â¬ versity of Tolclo Tho children of tho late Prosldont Patton of Howard university have pro Minted to tho university a line oil por- Â¬ Â¬ trait of thoir father Herlln has 101 boys and 88878 girls Tho receipts of the American board for tho first four months of the finan- Â¬ cial year are SJU 07 fin us against 818H7 Iir for tho sumo time Inst your In Italy the religious periodicals number 17o of which inn are Hoinan Catholic In Germany the number Is MO of which JI5 are Protestants mul 1 eludes and a80U class rooms Tho attendance On last f nnuary I was 80JOO 8WM common schools with 1 1 him 1 k w fag 1 MEM UK STOOD tWI yZje tntf HKFOIIK J AWKWAlimY CIlOMKIl lUOV old-fashion- words and although Michael was an Eustmcon boj and sho had known him from balwhood sho did not harass him with those recollections of old da3s which he so much disliked On the whole It was a happy toa drlnklng and Michael was In high good humor when ho rose to go Olive went with him a little W113 He had to walk five miles to Polcrslleld railway station but the ovonlng was fresh and sweet and ovorj bit of tho old road was well known to him Tho lovers stood still in tho pleasant lane between tho budding hedges and said good hy lie looked down Into the strong brown light of hor twes and felt that lie loved her better than any girl he had ever seen In his life and ho was contented with her firm belief in him Tho wind stirred a few curly brown looks that hud escaped from their pins and he smoothed them with a tender hand Sho was so lovoty and fresh and trustful that he would have given nirything just thon to have cur Â¬ ried her back to London to brighten his hard working life there he said Jood by dearest Olive I wish there could bo no more purling Hut you know I am working for you Good hy darling onco more This was one of those moments which live on through a llfo tlino Olive feasted on that farewell for 1111113 a day afterwards For a few seconds she stood where ho had left her and thon turned homewards half happy and half sad Somo birds wore flying across tho sky there was a faint tinkle of sheep bells from the downs and tho peace of the Sabbath ovonhfg seemed to sootho and still her hourt real and earnest When Mrs Hooper came in and busied herself at tho tea table she did not disturb tho harmony of tho hour Sho was a woman of few have not watched his career as we have Hven If I did not love him I could not fail to admire him On 13 think he was the son of a drunken blacksmith and he rose Iw dint of sheer determination Our old vicar tool hint in hand and helped him and lent him books Then he went to be a clerk at Ietersfleld and and there he became acquainted with a German who taught him his language French he hud learned alrojuh from Mad emoiselle who lived at the vicarage indeed there is scarcely anything too hard for him and then came a letter from Aaron Fenlake who Is a foreman He in Hatterslws works in London told Michael that Hatterslw wanted a corresponding clerk and advised him to try for the post And he did try and got It Lucy Who is Aaron Fenlake asked Have not told 3011 about Aaron said Olive whose eyes and cheeks were He is tho bright with excitement son of old Fenlake at the inn A quiet slow fellow but as good as gold and as true as steel and devoted to Michael Those two were alwa3s friends when tluy were little boys And they are friends still Lucy put the question in a languid voice but there was something in Olives answer that aroused her attention Yes the girl said faintly and with Old yes they are a deepening flush friends still Luey watched her and saw the signs of inward tumult In those delleutoh She understood that cut features Olive was determined to defend her lover at 11113 cost even the cost of her own convictions She was just as cer- Â¬ tain that Michael had given his friend the cold shoulder as if it had been plain- Â¬ ly avowed and she knew that Olive could not think of his conduct to Aaron without pain Ah I remember that you said some Â¬ thing about this Aaron and Jano Chal loclc she remarked after a pause Aaron is in love with Jane Olive answered but he Is too shy to ask her to wait for him I wish hu would speak out for Janes sake Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ I Tho old stoiy sighed Luey guing fixedly Into space Hut listen cried Olive deeph in You can hardly realize what earnest a grand noble fellow ho Is You dont belong to Kustmcou Lue3 and 3011 Catholic There are said to be Ufll religious sects in England which would seem to confirm the assertion thut the English establish a new sect as soon as thoy have a dozen believers -- The llaptists have over twenty six associations iu the stuto of Pennsylva nia with MI Churches containing n membership of HlfiJit 11 gain of S 131 over last year with 572 baptisms Tho Chinese members of Hetlmny church Sun Francisco of Which Dr Pond is pastor contributed about three thousand dollars last year for missions most of it in support of their own brethren converted in America who have iuw returned to preach tho Gos 1 Ifi Â¬ l TO Hi CONTINUKDl f while the UHn lt Methodists in the state contributed for the support of veteran ministers the sum of SJTOl a fraction over 11 cents each The Tinted States general convention of tliiversallsts has recently ls sued its annual statement of the con ditiou of the church as follows Nuin her of parishes 1I7 number of minis tors 7ir number of families ISOSn 177 church membership Sunday school membership 10110 propertj less debt 7 WIS it 8 expenses and contributions si nijsn t The tabular record of additions to the Congregational churches during the past 3ear shows the gratifying progress of Congregationalism in the United States In lStO the additions on con Â¬ fession of faith were itr2J in 1891 lrfi80 The total additions in 1SD0 wero During the last U3U87 in 1801 20871 five years the denomination hns in Â¬ creased from 1000 to 18000 a year There are 055 religious papers in tho United States whose combined cir- Â¬ culation is about one eighth of all the newspapers publised in tho country The Methodists publish U7 papers with a circulation UfiO000 tho Homna Catholics 127 papers circulation 750 000 Huptists VJtt papers circulation 500000 Presbyterians 5t circulation 600000 Protestant Episcopal 47 with a general circulation all over tho coun- Â¬ try Lutherans are most numerous in Pennsylvania and the west U103 havo iu till H7 newspapers circulation most Â¬ ly local Congregationalism is strongest In New England its HI papers circulate about 150000 copies the Christians have 14 papers with a circulation of 50000 copies tho Jews havo IU papers Spiritualists 10 Universalists llSwc douborglans 0 United Hrethren 7 Un- Â¬ itarians Disciples and Friends each 0 Mormons 4 Church of Christ and Snl vation Arui3 each 1 an d the Shakers and Kings Daughters and Reformed Episcopalians each Â¬ pel iu China In the two Methodist conference of Maine last year 7J churches with -- 71Mno worth of propert3 and paying salaries aggregating St077l gave 3l Win to church benevolence and S 05 foi the support of superannuated pastors 1 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 quirer Twent3 3 ears ago ten million buf Â¬ faloes roamed about the western prairies Now not one Is to be found save There In menageries and preserves are two hundred and fifty In the Yel- Â¬ lowstone national park A wealthy private land owner in Oklahoma has a hord of about sevent3 flvo Tho next largest collection Is in the Zoological garden of Philadelphia and numbers sixteen Aside from these there are porhaps a doon scattered over the land The Cincinnati zoological gar den has two Tho effort has been made with these few remnants to preserve the species to America but It Is In peril of failure through the strange fact that all or nearly all the births are mules Lust week in the Philadelphia garden two female calves wero born but both weak and sickly In tho Yellowstone there has not been a female calf for live years It looks as If the bulYalo must go Cincinnati EnÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho ritrt Milj tlio lltlWilo SOME ImpiiNHutito DIFFICULT Kriinrlm o STREETS TliorouKlifurM ut Iurly Hun WtHia In tho treasury horo one day thin week the question came up as to the weight of a dollar bill Scales of per foct accuracy wero brought Into requis- Â¬ ition and the surprising discovery was made that twenty seven onodollar notes weighed exactly as much ns a twcuty dollar gold piece Tho lattor just oalances five hundred ami forty grains However the bills welghod woro porfoctly crisp and now Trial mndo with soiled notes such as como in ovory day for redemption showed OIIAPTKR II DO YOU LOVB HIM JIKOAUSH I no that twonty sovon of them wolghed said considerably moro than tho twonty What do you think of him up at Lucy Cromer dollar coin Evory paper dollar on its Ollvo looking way through tho world continually ac Â¬ with a bright eager faco Tho elder girl was lying on tho cumulates dirt perspiration and grease couch and tho younger sat on a stool so that uftr yoi of use it is perceptby hor side Thoy woro alono together ibly bcrlor Washington Latter Â¬ Tho Wolght or u Dolliir ltlll The Hooding ruins of winter trans formedwhat should have heonthorough fnres Into treacherous quagmires sot with holes and traps lit to smother horse and man Loads of brushwood and branches of trees cut from the hills were thrown Into these swamps but th 03 served no more than a tem Â¬ porary purpose and the inmates of tents and houses uuido such bridges and crossings asotlu3 could with hoards boxes and barrels Men waded through the slough and thought themselves lucky when they sunk no deeper than their wulsts Lanterns were in request ut night and poles in tho day t tine In view of the scurett3 and great cost of proper materials and labor such imtkcfhifts wore the only means at A traveler who came I13 sea in hand 1840 describes with graphic interest the peculiar construction of the side- Â¬ walk between the store of Simmons Co and the Adams Ex Â¬ Hutchinson This place was bridged press olllce with cooking stoves sacks of Chill flour bags of colTeo and boxes of to bacco undone yawning pit was stopped with a piuuo Nevertheless there were clums3 or drunken pedestrians who would have sunk out of sight hut for timely rescue Hlttell tells of two hordes that were left in the mud of Montgomery street to die of starvation and of three drunken men who were sutYoeatod botwoen Washington and Jackson streets And yet the ruins that wero productive of conditions so desperate and deadly In tho city brought showers of gold to tho miners In the dlgglugs and tho monthly yield of dtibt and nuggets was three times greater after November than It had been iu tho summer J Y Ialmur la Century Â¬ I LEGENDS OF LEAP YEAR piitapkla er Vaaraary t Has Always Htea Xeckoa4 a In making custard Very Unlucky liny plo it In bettor to partly bk Union Tha advent of loap year and the the crust buforo adding the mixture regular ordor days make that it may not bo nboorbcd by th break in tho regard to thoof bissextile1 anything in panto Orange Cakos A plain eaVo to or leap year of mora than ordinary bako in two layers Ono cupful of interest Loap year has alwaya boon augur one egg ono half uupful of milk regarded with awo and superstition byÂ¬ the people of all countries Tho peas one and one naif cupfula of flour one antry of England afllrm that peas and and outs half toanpooafulH of bakiajr beans grow the wrong way in their powder ono tablospoonful of button pods is tho seed aro sot the that uso orange flavoring Good llousokoep wrong way to what thoy are in the or- Â¬ log dinary years In Uelglum the rural The very Rinartyoung woman givon folks maintain that loap year la not to letter writing urch a dark graen pa only unproplttous for all farming oper- Â¬ per upon which gold sealing wax holds ations but throughout tho yoar tho tlto envelope together Jolmutono-IUri-ne- tt young of the domestic animals will not tisea the fainteat nhado of mauve thrive as at other times attn pnpor and has the wax which In A similar fatality they argue ex firmly and evenly placed of exactly the tends to every kind of grass aud plant aamo color lly using tit in Jane In which becomes stunted or is I lighted ahead of all thu others in having the before attaining its normal sire The latent Parisian fancy same peculiar Ideas prevail In Russia Tho order of washing dishes Is of Turkey Tnrtary India and Arasome Importance Glass should bu taken bia Tho Russian proverb suys flrat thou ailvor then china If there If St February Cassian is a specially choice dish search it out looks on a cow she withers wrbIi and wlpo it by Itself and imme Â¬ In Arabia they say As weak as a bis Â¬ diately set it away that the cluuicus of sextile camel aud in Turkey and Tir breakage may be roduced to a mini Â¬ tary they call all hunchbacks dwarfs mum After tho dishes are done care- Â¬ and other deformed men women and fully scald rinso and dry dishcloth and children leap year freaks but there towels If they can bu dried in the open nro exceptions to this as well as all air so much tho better other rules for wo And that in Italy Oysters on the Half Shell nine Greece aud Sicily tho rural proverb Points are tho best for serving un- Â¬ says referring to leap year Plant Allow six for each poison In much corn nndviue its tho year good cooked cities thoy are sent homo prepared for for bread aud wine tho table If this must be done at home The ancient Roman considered Feb ttaah and brush tho shells carefully ruary UU a most critical season alwayB take off the upper shell loosen tho oys reckoning It among tho unlucky days ter from the lower ono and allow It to That this belief has not by any means remain thore Have the oysters ready lost ground is evidenced by a deep on tho plates with n bit of lemon in rooted dislike parents have to a child tho center when the guests sit down being born on leap day it being a pop- Â¬ ular notion that to como into tho world NEW SILKS AND CHALLIES at such an odd time is obnoxious as sig exit A va- Â¬ Uor to Toll Thnn from Loft Ovnr looda nifying the babys speedy exists In Tus riety of this superstition Noiun IltMtuttfitl IlittoriiM is cold comfort to read of the beauty cany and according to a piece of folk It of tho now China nIIIcs but thoy and lore of that country when a child Is tho challies are already in tho market born on leap day either it or its mother and the intorcst of tho shopper centers will die before the end of tho yoar Hampson in his Mcdli Kvl Kalcn round tho counters where they are dis- Â¬ darium quotes the following from an played The distinctive novelty of tho Some assert that new silks which Invariably distin Â¬ old Saxon treatise comes through the blssextus guishes them from those loft over from this that Joshua prayed to God that last Benson is the chameleon effects in the Bilk and in tho figures A black the sun might stand still for ono days Japanese twill which is rathor super Â¬ length that he might sweep tho heathen seding tho plain silks in favor in that from tho land It is true that the sun but tho it U newer and richer is sprinkled with did stand still as somo blssextus is not do think through this St pale lavender orchids which as it turns Louis Republic in tho salesmans hands change to he Personal Retaliation Tom Rallies dull crimson so often seen in this who was very much marked with tho A rose figured flower black silk changes as by magic to a silk smallpox having ono day written an ef a different hue as it is manipulated anonymous letter to Count dOrsay containing some piece of impertinence A beautiful bit of woven n tho sun closed It with a wafer aud stamped it glimmering moonlight is a faint rose ivhen you look at it one way and a pule with something resembling tho top of aveudcr in another light and has a a thimble Tho count soon discovered elicato pattern of white bow knots who was the writer and In a roomful Ha of company thus addressed him mining all over it ha my good ltaikes tho next timo you Another foaturo of tho new silks is hat the ground of the flowered kinds write an anouymous letter you must Onco a re dlvorsfiod with satin stripes before not seal it with your nose Week eing sprinkled with flowers A black Hhrrp Knlftlng In Dakota ilk of this kind has broad black satin tripoR alternating with plain stripes of In a financial success as Is evidenced by by prominent qual widths and has a bold Marie the statements made jHt Issued by Ia tho kotlans in a pamphlet ntoinotto pattern of pale yellow rib- - Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway on tied in bow knots at intervals copy of which will be sent freo upon appli Â¬ round sprays of deeper yellow and cation to 11L II lliland Goal Freight Ageat Chicago ronzo chrysanthemums The now pat A lMivsiciAN has just discovered that a ents while bold in design are not do- of ached but are connected by running dislocationvery the neck is not fataltho This will bring man little consolation to inch or wandering ribbons Many of about to bo hanged St Joseph News ho large patterns are made up of flue HrKoiiAMs 1ims will euro roiistipntlon in owors arranged clusters and blood good tho incs Tho ground is often well eov keep ttio order cool and coats liver In orking price ir a box red between tho largo figures with mallor flower sprays Jardiniere Fohtiwk ha often turned on its heol bo iTeots of many colors all delicate like foro reaching a man but in tho case of tho race course bettor It generally turns on a io Dresden tints promise to bo well horses heel Philadelphia Times orn in tho white and light silk In Nrvru contradict a painter In a theater lor the silks are more pronounced ivld greens strong old pinks and old Ho always xtnis to muku a scono N 0 Ilcayuuo lues and yellows all being found in equent repetition in the backgrounds Am nations shall pull together for good The silks in greatest favor just now which thoy cannot do In tugH of war PicaÂ¬ iro the striped moire antiques The yune Ib usually white or liirhtaud In very Ik It Is the rising young man who generally dicate molro effects and Is striped bucUluHdowu to business ltostoii Courier ith ono or more colors Very pretty Im onto you in what thowlgremarked dnbow stripes of many tints are also to the bild huadod man YouUuxs States ry effective Tho favorite trimming man these gowns is chiffon of tho color Roman no lu vth A young lady drowned en in the bright stripes of the fila- luteals rial The waist is sometimes made A srir is no longer becoming when It Is tiroly of tho chiffon or mousseliue do becoming worn- - UosUui Courier io in a plain color the skirt cut en highest possi A Knotty ely on tho cross and edged with ble speed for Piioiiixm The Tvxai Sifting ocean vessels flies like the waist A handsome- Riukctino a marriage proposal Is a slight jeweled or jetted corselet aud IHiigliumton Repub of hand pcrforinaiuo o ubiquitous bow at the buck lican dah tho iray irowutt which those Tin troubles that troublu us most aro thu Iih aro designed for Tho never happen od poult do nolo is returnliiL to tho troubles that Tho ninn who sits An Kaiuv Rihiiu ivor in now colors roam autJouo loded beniraline aud Velasquez lace down on a tacit Chicago Inter Ocean Ittorued are all worn and a hand- Pioiit who can talk much about them imo heavllv corded silk under tho selves to tho HUtltflmilton of others aro Irao of cotele Is much used partlcu- - scarce Rams Horn rly in combinations with cloth Too many young men empty tliolr sand In thinner materials printed aud am- - boxes oa tlto tlrst grade Columbus Post udered chiffons Bpunirled gauzes Uko tho dudo should be Tin Id mousielino do sole aro snfo pur oatcMiy detective In his makeup Ulngluunton Repub ines by thu bargain hunter who will tican ju find those materials much reduced A Roston dancing teacher has niado nn iparutory to receiving now stock asHlgnmont Ho should know how to meet headed crepo du ehiuo is still a fa- - rovorsos Yonkors Statesman rite material and is usod in stronger A youno fellow who pitched nn adororof lorn than laat voar includlmr very his sweetheart Into tho creek said ho could sided shades of olive lhrkt green uot brook a rival lllughniiitoii Ioadcr Slows shall pinks and pale blue A Goon Pika rou Total Aiistinksck spans come usually in self colors HuporstltlotiH people ought to botemporuto ge tan and jrruy Tho favorite thoy are so afraid of splrUs oration for these as well as for IIostov mini claims to luivosomo whls rythlng else cloth vol vet and silk kyAone hundred years old Ho calls It tlvo the popular coarse meshed laca spirit of 70 Boston Post wn kh point do gone which suggest peoploa burdens Is to a Dkahino Uaokliu in tint and tuaak N Y considerableothor extent Ilka voluntarily wear ing handcuffs Milwaukee Journal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ -Â¬ HOME HINTS AND HELPS Catarrh Canaet Ha Caret With xwkx ArruoATioNB aa they eMat reach the seat of tho disease Catarrh t ft blood or constitutional disease aad in ordr to cure It you must tako internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cnro la takon internally and aots directly on tho blood and mucous sur faces Halts Catarrh Cure Is not ft quaok tnodlolno It was proscribed by ono ot the Â¬ best physicians In this country for years and Is a regular prescription It is com poHcd of tho boBt tonics known combined with tho best blood purlflors acting directly on tho mucous surfaces Tho perfect combination of tho two ingredients Is what produces mich wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials freo F J Ciiunkt Co Props Toledo O Bold by druggists price 70 cents A Micuioan druggist has been ktioeked down and robbed by highwaymen This comes of tho careless newspaper talk about drug store prices Loulsvlllo Courier Journal Â¬ thoy Inako and publish Look for It send them tho uaino of tho word and thoy will roturn you book beautiful lithographs or samples freo A womak whoso foro has boon brushed by a mustaeho may have escaped kissing by a thaWaNir Therais a S lack display advertisement la this paper this week which has no two words alike except one word Tho same Is true of each now ono anneJrl each week from The Dr Hartor Medietas Co This house places a MUrcscent on everything Ttia Only On Krer rrtatet Oa TM t BJkSHVHuk I nPTfS H Inhira th Iron siut burn WOIB roiMH tlnuiMf la ai lata Durable and the eMumrMvs WMth thMrTKlTnime KMiH HUH th ana rslnts Khlea M wvwr- - hairs brosdthN U Floayuno er bmm fwakat with atwy pwtaais Â¬ THE GREAT REMEDY FOR PAIN CURK3 JACOBS OIL i T Tl Mi ffiTii 1nalilnnt Xfnrntni News Co Savannah la a A metnbor of my rutuih who has been a martyr to neuralgia headaches lor twenty years Iiub found in Hradycrotiuo ati Infallible remedy Wantkii to ICvow Thn length of the rule or three how many days the maroh of intellect lasts the width of a broad hint TlinTitlsoAT Nnnnr VironcAdilTrocnri net directly on tho organs of tho voice They have an extraordinary effect In nil disorders of tho throat Pauadoxicai as It may appear when a man has got low down in tho world ho may be said to bo gone up -I- tlughauitoti Leader RHEUMATISM BACKACHE SCIATICA SPRAINS BRUISES BURNS WOUNDS SWELLINGS FROST BITES NEURALGIA iiiiIliiCIiiLTIMMBBIfflm I Pluasant NVholosouieSpoody for coughs is Hales Honey of llorehouud aud Tar Pikes Toothncho Drops Cure In ouo minute wo hear so much nbout loud chocks runminnmniQinii Monky talks and this Is probably why Kl U azotic ATTENTION WORKINGMEN mlra rr VOI MA Ml to Ul YOUK FAMILY AND OUTI TI AND COMK TO UKrnn your condition ip so oatiirr DPERIDR jrKAMinuirmatT7M riM tho ono whos overworked nervous and tlobilitatod What alio needs is Dr Piorcos Favorite Proscription Its mado exactly to lit her case an invigorating restora of Toledo tivo tonio and a soothing and S S Lucas Co strengthening nervine giving tone tho whole system But and vigor to of it isnt a mcro stimulant Its a legitimate medicine that an expe Franlc J Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner rienced physician has carefully pre Co doing business in the pared for womans ailments All of the firm of F J Cheney the functional derangements chronic City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said weaknesses and painful disorders peculiar to tho sex aro J corrected firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and and cured by it every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of And becauso its a certain remedy HALLS CATARRH CURE it can bo mado a guaranteed one If it fails to givo satisfaction in any case you have your liionny back Â¬ Â¬ fpy COPYfuuHTilOai w City State SCONSIN Wliero you enn ml alaimlnnco of work nt good riitcs tlio lirst cllmolo In the United Stains for 0hI scliools hooil churches nnil Imttor than nil tlto rhnnco o tot tho worker No iTIulnrln tine uA ooi IIOISK AMI LOT la ttio liouri of thu city oanuth HASY TKUMHas vou can KKAiuiv jMiii r nun wucn win in a tow yours i very vuiuuiiin THE LAND AND RIVER IMPROVEMENT CO the nroprloturs of Ihu Townslto will scli you such a houso uud lit us you nmy acud turn penult you to jtivy for Ilia irom 1UO to 150 monthly install- ments -- mill uch liiKtullinont no In out thun n rental ot such u proiHiriy would bo Tho otllclnl rtMHirtof thoclty stailsilolan shows upwards of 1800 hands employed In tlio varloiiH ladustrial and shlupliiit tfoncenis umlu larcu nuiiilicr of additional concerns will ho located this senson many of tUcm ciuployim a larijo luuuher of femulu hands 11 A needy tooman You Will FIND this the BEST TOWN in America to GROW UP WITH I HALLS Ohio Â¬ Â¬ Z2 Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence Tho best pill costs less than any this 6th day of December A D 1889 other Costs loss but docs more o o Theyre smaller too and easier to notauiaicosial A W GLEASON NOTARY PUBLIC o lucas take Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets aro the best pills Thoy regulate HALLS perfectly tho liver stomach and bowels CATARRH CURE IS TAKLN INTERNALLY and acts directly upon the Blood and mucous surfaces CATARRH T23JETXlVt03Nri AJalie l UKV H CA11RON CO iftVMr s -- sitstffBfc K H llruwlstn llorso Hulls Cutnrrh Cure cures every ono tlmt tulles it Cave WAIniAIJ it Ky sny CONDUCTOK P I LOOMIS Ii troll Mich Hays Tho effcot of Hulls futiirrh Curo Is wonderful Wrltu lilin ulnait It ly cured my llttloKlrl 1 C BIMIHOV Miinuipus W Va Bnyt HaUH Catarrh Curo cured ino of a vory bad c8u of catarrh TwoltotlkHof IIhUh Catarrh Ouru eornplote Scotlnnd Dale says Hairs Catarrh Cure Is Sold by all Dealers in Patent Medicines PRICE 75 CENTS A BOTTLE RELIEVES ft E MOVES nil Stomach Dlstresa Nnuxon Hcniio of Fullness CONUKltTtON IAIN THE ONLY GENUINE HALLS CATARRH CURE 1IY IS MANUPACTUHKl REVIVES Faiuno ENERGY RESTORES DR -- Â¬ and Normnl Circulation Waiims to Tob Tira DARTER MEDICINE CO St Louis Me F Testimonials sent free on application J CHENEY GO TOLEDO O BOILING WATER OR oltl-fas- k- pon In Mtlfr to UI5WAHH OF IMITATIONS MILK Â¬ NOllTMKRN UIOVNMKiiH TrrjwiRTD t vuvr itwu 1 tlttr Milon rwm Cataloitl rlco J r IUU JCudUfi - I2cts Intrmltx o my ml plnilld MOTHERS MOTHERS FRIEND r I FRIEND rice Is n scientific 9VLk llUsUnno Oslulor m lncitlUnt CtkvltX8l7c JOHN A 8ALZER la onossii WIS wi OHIO ttooo Art Soi tiufo i ic i jiuWUUcd ally prepared Liniment every liiRrc dlcnt of rcconlcd value mid in constant use ly the inedkal profes- Â¬ sion These Ingredients arc combined In a manner hitherto unknown COCOA LABELLED 2 LB TINS ONLY 1 EPPSS QRATEPUL OOMPORTINa MOTHERS WELL It Shortens Labor Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child Hook to MOTHERS mailed FREE con talking valuable information and voluntary testimonials Stat by exfresk en receipt of pfk IRADFIELD REaULATOHCO I I Vf f kemiullM notrTlnuqiMHVMi4NM r9AUK TUU l AfUifiiij UMifttiM WILL DO nil that Is claimed for It AND MOKE FRIEND M XAMITHIIArtKimflMrtH Kfimedr tor Catarrh U tb IrtBoH to Um aad Choapwt BORE WELLS MnrhlHrrr Th cmlr frttkoM4 toeU a um LOOMIS A NYHAN tth our fnHtuua Well H 2 L DRILL ZSHps JTKVK Sold by dniMUU or 60c KT HwUhw WMKN WKITiM nt by nail H Wtrwt Fa JM Â¬ iTAl flMvrbHU xivvm emu tHC1IS AlltUti Mi itiii mam AMVJMUlsicitf MJUalf rifeiikAA a Aa hmr 9m A u J V w CtmKMMtptlHH Cured Ax HJ phyiclHi retired fnim prnc ttJvWivwyMMl plMCecl- in hi Iwnda by Mil Kmtt ImliA ntiMoniiry the formula of ti m wiilo vtrttiible remedy for the Hpwly turn periMiwnt euro of Consumption AstlmiH and all iiroftchlttfi CHtMrrli T hrMt M41M Lung Affection nlno n posi- Â¬ tive HHd radical cure for NcrvouH Debil- Â¬ ity mnd all Nervous Complaints after luivinr tested itH wonderful curntivo pow er uilhousnnda of cases has felt it hi duty to make it known to his Nuilbring fpIlowH Actunteu by tins motive a mm deslro to relievo human Htiflerinjr I will wnd free of charge lo all who upaire it thi recipe In Herman French or Eng- Â¬ lish with full directions for preparing anil using Sent by mail by addrcwing with Htamp naming this paper W A NoYEfl N Y 820 Powers For Bilious Attacks heartburn sick headache and all disorders of ASHUNDPARKSfALLIQNS FOR 1892 Tom Rogers 220 itc i Ycarlingcxhlhitloii 2iIiV two yonn Id rcc First dnni Sally Hamlet winner of twovear Hay Stallion foaled May I 1881 hrcd ut old Hamlet stakes in 18 by Hamlet sire ord 220ji three year old record 22 M Ashland Park SIRED RY HAPPY MEDIUM 400 of Lorctta F 218K A V Pantlind 220K third hunt four vear old record 222 Truro pacer 222Ladv M 223 Leon S iV i iNVly 1InkH -- WMayie Cobb 213k llvpyoar old record 220Ji fourth heat tine 223 i Itrooksidu Flora 220 and the 20 No Bixvcur old trial 217 Black horse IiII Medium dams of Thornless 218KCveloue 223 J 220 cSlluir Hrcd at hutid hiuh foaled June 15 W 220K lluu Medium 220k Rrlgadier 221 Oranby 22i HniccAil 22 and Ham Hurry Medium Ashland Park Edfih 222K First Love 222 1 4 221s hittn 220 S1RFDRY HANKKRI1I4 Ernes Maltravers 222j e Own brother to Lvsaiidcr sire of Lvsandcr Second dam Sal dam of Coaster 22dK Cap tain Clay Driftwood and grandani of First dam Mamie West dam of Cwtinnlo llov 220f Watt 224 tf William Kcaruev three year old record 235 Adeline 231 Marlowe pacer 2l by Caniula Chief 220 and Lvsandcr Chief 1041 sire til dams of Governor 230 and Joe yearn old Ac bv First Dam Pattlc Patehen trial 2tSgraudam V8t ibuk aH7 Allie YSest 745 sire if Jewutt 214 Hooker sire Maud Maeev 217 K o of Chesuwt Wilks 22 by Mamhriuo Cliuf Icy ItIoI 210 1 4 Frank Champ 210 Patehcn sire of the dam of CJuy Wilkex Third dam the dam of Sofo that produced H Charley West 227 Mlauehe 22o by Imp Yorkshire sire of Antral 2 18 Rosa Wilkes 2181 Rachel II i28 e 2t also sire dams of Mollie Wilkes 222 1 4 the dam of Ashland Chief sire of Rlaek Klvtrn 218JJ Cleora 218K llouri 217 Allie Wilkes 222 l l Rnucn 220 1 4 West Cloud 217 and twenty nine others It the 2l list Wilkes 228 4 Ac Second dam Mandv by Stanhopes Rlood Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred sire of Prince 227j ten miles In 2808 K Second dam Madam Headley dam of MUs Hawk sire of the datnol Alinnnt 217 i Mabel winner two year old Kentucky The fee of Fayette Wilkes is within the and Alcy Wilkes 22UK Rreeders Stake 1881 and Rapldan dam Third lain Pattie bv Downings Vermont reach of all and lower than that of any o Lockhart 214 by Sianhopes Edwin sire of the dam of Kuigma 221 Mamhriuo horse of eciwal merit in Kentucky Season I orrest 851 sire of Harry Stanhone 231 100 or 200 TO INSlRK liruce 2 lOJjf sire of Kit Currv 218 sou of Edwin Forrest 40 sire of Rfllv Hos Hell Wilson 22 Gills Vermont sire of kins 220 4 Champagne 230 and the llonncr Roy 2S and sire of the dams of dams of So So 217 4 dam of All So Col Rrudshaw 22X Ncllv Abel 221 2204 Mamhriuo Dudley 210 tf London L 223 Gamhetta 220 The King 22iji Out of the ilinn of Rlaek Cloud 11 U his Pearl 230 Outlaw sire out of the dam of Wilson 21CH Third dam Mrs Stanhope by Mnmhrino Fourth dam Jessie by Thomas JcHcrsou Chief 1L sire of Lady Thorn 21 K Wood Rav horse foaled March 31 188 Died at He Is a beautiful black with right hind lord Mambriuo 221 M and four others Ashland Park high and is a 15 hand ankle white stands Ills sons sired London 220K Pancoast perfect horse all over having both hone and SIRKD RY ARDALLAH WKST 2583 221 itf sire of Patron 214 1 4 and 70 oth substance combined with the form and finish Sire of Wilkin 227 ers His daughters produced Piedmont characteristic of the cross he so well repre First dam the dam of Rlaek Cloud 217K 217 1 4 Director 217 sire of Direct sents viz Humhletouiaii sire and Mamhriuo by Pilot Walker pacer 218 1 pacing 200 Margaret S 212 dam This cross sandsas the very Patehcn 0 and 21 others in the 30 list best because public performances have de- Second dam the hike Pacing Mare West NOTK Abdullah West 2583 bv Allie Fourth dam by Hunts Commodore sire of monstrated its value Of its many repreHrst dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson 210dams of Commodore Relmont sire of Carsentatives not one is the superior of Hermit by lark Chief second dam Ohio by rie Belle 223 J Doncastcr 228 1 4 Gerada or not one has demonstrated the same American Clay third dam brought from nium 2 28 J Ac and Mumbrunellosire of on from year to year beginability to train Ohio and represented to be bv Rrowus Sadie Howe 220 Tom Rntton 22o Ao ning with the yearling form None are betRellfoundcr Abdullah West died at six Fifth dam by Copperbottom granilstre of ter bred or better looking years old He was the most promising dam of Rosalind 221 and Donald 227 As a sire his success is assured us out of colt I ever bred Notk Happy West is a rich mahogany eight his lirst crop two entered the list last West year as two vear olds namely Rermuda Hoy hands 2 Cloud is n rich mahogany bny 15 bay 10 hands 2 iichcs high and a horse of inches with black mane and tail elegant style with as good action as any mfle track and Rosemary 22Vi Rcrmudn Roy being one of thu largest win and black legs a extending above knees and son Happy Medium ever Hired us ut two is powerfully ning two yciirolds of 1801 m lirst emits be hocks He and has the mostbuilt horse for years old he could trot in 240 and would his height finished set of have trotted in 2 30 at three vears old had it ing foaled in 1880 Judged at this age no feet and legs is to get on a stallion ever sired more uniform natural of eny breed it Aspossible year old he horse not been for an accident on the cars bv a two gave which one of his hind legs was injured He gaited colts with speed unprecedented evidence will stand for mares season of 1802 at 200 speed as of being possessed of remarkable causing him to haye to be thrown owt of with little handling he trotted a training In this horse I have the utmost TO IXSlKK the money to be paid as fol half mile in I 18 5 and miles in his work confidence as a great sire being bv Happy 100 at the timeof service and the lows At three years old was Medium one ot other SHMl when the marc proves in foal in 240 owing to a verv severeheattack not of llainlilitonian the most tioteiTof the sons trained of and out of a daughter of being limited to thirty outside marcs Par- pink eye He also did no work on the track the great Allie West the second dam is the lies wishing to breed to him had better book as a four vear old Asa tivt yearold he was dam of Miss Mabel and Rapidaii who is her their mares early jogged and trained lightly more for the pur first colt produced Lockhart with a record pose of ascertaining if he was entirely ie of2149f It is my intention to stand Happy testing his West covered than with a view 203G speed In a few months he ottrotted a full thus the season oi 1802 at 50 INSlRANCri atlordiug an opportunity to farmers and mile in 238 iuiu nun in 115 The season orceoers io secure tin services ot one ot tlie Kxhibition trial Oct 0 1SS0 223 Ray horse li hands 3 inches high foaled 1800 he served a few marcs of nv own greatest speed producing representatives in 1878 May The handsomest son of his and was not put to work until September the country at a nominal price us lie will be great sire and the handsomest of any trot and bis impi ovcmeut was most remarkable limited to 30 mares Parties wishing to breed He repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and I to him should apply early No other sou of tint bred in the United States am hilly convinced he will with a seasons the great Happy Medium ut of as good a S1RKD KY JKORUK WILKES 222 Sire of Hurry Wilkes 213j Guy Wilkes training trot in 2 20 I will let him serve dam stands at such a low figure but I am 2l Vi Mike Wilkes paeer2lr Wilson twentv mares season of 1802 outside of ten determined to let the public test his merits of inv own at So so 217V Wilcox pacer 210 INSCRANCK Money as a sire believing in the near future he will Joe due when mare proves to be in foal Rosa Wilkes 218M Wilton 210 be among the best in the country 1 Â¬ BERMUDA rSU lhttiker2llh Flora Wilkes pacer 210 I HAPPY WEST 5414 the stomach and bowels liver Ayers Cathartic Pills are the safest surest family use and most popular medloino for Block ltocheter 4yl 1 ken in the House at Frankfort the other day to cut off Mr Mayu Hpeeeh Mr Dawson was al scut for tho Brat time du- Â¬ ring the session and sortie of liis waguisli friends draped his chair in mourning While Mr May was speaking to the full extent of his lung power a member touched hs i rm nnd p luting to th Meliuir said Wo must adjourn Miys face bla lehediiud he almost fell into his seat when Mr Whitakcr arose and moved an adjournment nut of respec The to the memory of the deceased House had adjourned boforo all the mem- Â¬ bers fully realized that a joke had been played upon them For tilxmt half a minute there was deep regret pictured on the countenance of the members over the untimely taking oil of the gentleman from Simpson 4 - An Unkind Cut A novel but eflVettinl method was Dr ta Â¬ Do J C Ayer Co Lowell Mass Business With a Home Institution THE CLAY CITY 1 WEST CLOUD 5195 1 1 22tf National banK CLAY CITY KY Â¬ Capital FLOYD DAY 30000 FRANK II 1 RUSSELL Cashier President No Hank in Enslern Kentucky bus hotter vaults nor butter facilities for keeping your account Managed entirely bv home people who know you and who are always ready to accommodate you rMoney to loan on reasonable rates Call on us Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cliiiiiiborliiltins A Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old Chronic Soros FovcrSores Eczema Itch Livery Feed and Sale Stable 1rairio Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles It is cooling and soothing Hundn Is of HAZEL GREEN KY eases have been cured by It if tor all other treatment had failed It is put up in 25 BDoiihlc and Single and f0 cent boxes For sale by Rose Rigs and Saddle Horses Swango octOyl Took Ills Own Medicine able terms For some time past bad feeling has ex Â¬ fiirl will also attend to all of this aucisted between the Berry and Tomlinson tioneering and solicit business calls forkind fmnilies of Trimble county Last wcok Respectfully u Davis Berry heard that Tomlinson was JOHN It P1KUATT filing to move to Owen county and at once Berry sent Tomlinson word that he fore he left ho would come to do him Tomlinson had moved all his house Â¬ up The Commonwealth of Kentucky hold efiects to the landing at Holder HeltlV and Berry according to promise To tho Sherills of the Counties of Elwent to dee him Tomlinson was hiding liott Clark Breathitt Estill Floyd in the willows and as Berry approached Johnson Knott Lee Martin MngclVm within twelve steps Tomlinson emptied both barrels of a shotgun at Berry inMontgomery Morgan Menefee Pike flicting serious and it is feared mortal Powell and Wolfe wounds Tomlinson made his eseape Whcrcis a vacancy exists in the oilice of Charles E Buchanan of Hazel Green Representative in thu longrcss of the Tin Congressional Ky writes That bottle of Chamber ted States from bythe Tenth of lion I W District caused the death lains Cough Medicine I bought of Rose Kendall Jones the other day has worked won- Â¬ Now therefore JOHN YOUNG DROWN ders My sister could hardly move ifml Governor of the Commonwealth aforesaid could not sleep for coughing and spitting issue this my writot election and command blood The Hrst Iom gave relief ami she that vow and each of you cause the polls to be opened at the several voting places in is doing well now vour respective con n tics and an election held according to law on TIITRSDAY APRIL In Didnt Sny His HI 1802 for the election of a Reprc ontntive James Whitcomb Riley tellsa little in the Congress of the Coiled States from story that charmingly illustrates the ex- the Tenth Congressional District to ill the W Ken On vacancy caused by the deaih of perimental tendency of humankind occasion little James invited little dall as aforesaid oho IN TKSTlMONY WMKltKOK I have Willie to come over to his home and SKA I caused these letters to be made spend the night with him After the patent and the seal of the Com two had gone to bed James remarked in monwealth to be hereunto atlixed evident surpriso and pain Why WilDone at Frankfort the seventh day of lie you didnt say your prayers to night March in the year of our Lord one thousand No answered Willie doe eight hundred and ninety two and in the did you V voir of the Commonwealth godly didnt say em to night didnt one hundredth JOHN YOFNG BROWN say em last night aUd aint coin to say Uv the Governor em tomorrow night and if there dont Hkaimkv John anything bad get mo I aint never goin to Secretary of State say em Etnv O Lkkiii Assistant Secretary of State For lame back there is nothing better than to saturate a flannel cloth with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bind it on CO the allected parts Try it and you will be surprised at tho prompt relief it afUllOIKSAIK 1IKMKKS IN fords The same treatment will cure rheumatism For sale by Rose Jones Â¬ ceiitaix Kyo nuil Hklii Ointment euro for Chronic fcwre IJves J H PIERATT 22half Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ for hire Parties convey ed to any point on reason- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FAYETTE WILKES I ELECTfCW NOTICE Â¬ J tfhi i 2lt4 - Â¬ I breed sound Mares bred by the season not proving in foal have ihe usual privileges of return highly tiuisbed trotters and have for sale high bred colts nnd hllics out of producing dams by a greater number of prominent ires tlinii any farm in the land For sale at prices based on actual individual merit I wish to farmor breed on the shares twenty approved mares For further Infor- - ag5gii TO A 11 B J TREAC Y I Ashland Park Farm Lexington Ky Â¬ 9 KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY7R N IlIAK OllAKS KOIITK Bfca B SHORTEST AND QUICKEST KOUTE FROM UKNTItAL KENTUCKY POINTS s Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST EAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING Â¬ TON AND CINCINNATI BrfrSciirnuu in Effect Nov 15 1801 NORTH 0 GOLD DUST This combined young stallion will make the season of 1802 at our stables in Hazel Green Kv and will serve marcs at TEN DOLLARS TO INSlRK A LIVING COLT money due when the mare foals with n lien on coll until the money is puid or if the marc is parted with or hied to another horse the money is then due OKseiurrioN and imdiokkk HOLD DUST is 7 years old the 28th dayo May 1802 10 haiidshigh a beautiful chestnut with star and white hind feet beautiful mane and tail His power style and action arc unsurpassed He was shed by Senator Blackburn be b Dillard Dudley he by John Dillard theernndsire of Phil Tiiomr son record 2 Hi Eric MeCloiid and Nick with records better than 225 His dam was sired bv the Phillhis horse the sire of Blue Jeans lie bv Gen Taylor fcc Also at tlie same stables will be found the elegantly bred voting trotting Stallion Â¬ JfORBESTjpTOIIEWALL Record 210 This combined stallion will innke the season of 1802 at 10 TO INSURE A LIV ING COLT nionev due when the niareii i i - i i ti toais is ianiMi wim or iorcti 10 iiiiuint i horse with a lieu on the colt until the sea f No 1 SolTH BOINI No 5 lAccom Dailv I L00iSSTiX k Â¬ f Woman Unby Whisky llullet At Morehead Rowan county on the night of tho ltli inst Everett Wilson i it n- - t t uri suicide Third Race and Union Sts sieian of that place committed CINCINNATI O by shooting himself through tho right We carrv the goods that will suit vottr lung A young woman to whom he had been paying attention for some time past trade and our prices are Till LOWFSY Special attention to mail orders returned from Ashland on the 3d lust the mother of a very young bubo of which Wilson was the supposed father This together with drink is tho sup posed cause of the suicide lie had made t overal unsuccessful attempts to end his liTc prior to this T Dry Goods notions c Le h lOam s dlkpnii iih innati 8 18aml S Ovpuil Coviu ton Ar 11 IS am 10 23 pmi Paris 12 lOuu li HO pin Lexington Le 1 L5 am Paris Vr 12 lOnn Winchester Richuiiiid 35 pin Livingston 3 05 mi Corbin 4 50 pm Middlcsborough 7 35 jim Cumberland ia 7 55 pin 1 2 8 0 7 55pm 02pm 10pm ilpiu 15pm 05 pin 55 pm 0 7 1 7 1 Williamsburg 5 5imj Jcllico Ar 0 20 pm Lc Richmond 50 pint La n caster 4 I5pml r 520pml Stanford 1 Corldii Le 4 50 pm- - Noutii Botsi Stanford Lancaster Richmond Jcllico Ml t I I - No 2 Daily i No 4 Dailv 7 7 Express Le No 0 Dailv Ex Sim Ar Le I OOnnit 50 anil 10 I5iiui Â¬ Onnvnutiunl Komeily Megrimine tho only permanent cure for all forms of headache and neuralgia relieves tho pain in from 1T to 20 min- Â¬ utes For salo on positivo guarantee at Tin IlKKAtil otllce or sent postpaid by mull on receipt of prieo 50 cents a box A B H v from Harrodsburg A who- ltnrtHimm Drowned A report is current that a raft of logs wont to pieces at lock No 0on the Ken- tuoky river on the afternoon of the 4th i ut and that tho six mountaineers who vro floating the logs to market wero Irwned Tho point whore the accident it sipil to imvo occurred is twelve miles I I i gentleman in Union county Mo is too modest a man to havo his numo mentioned In the newspapers was cured of vhoumatism by Chamberlains Pain Balm after trying other medicines For nnd treatment for thirteen years Jones salo by Rose JJow sweet and good it is to eat 8 big dinner fur ones country 0 25am 05am Wk SSxvBs Ill 15am Ic li iuiton Le 0 0 ani 12 II pm Itiehmond VII Winchester Ar u oiam l to pin t A Perfect Siiucnm 7 45 am 2 27in Milt I 111 Rev A Antotne ot ltotuglo Tox wrltoa The Le 7 00am 2 00 pm 3 15 pm Lexiuuton An far as I am ablu to iudgo I think Paator 7 58am 2 37 pm 25 pm l MIMIfl KooniKa Norvu Tonic la a porfoot buocohs for Covington i 10 51am 5 85 jim 0 87 pm anyono who untie rod from n most iminful CiiieiuuaM Ar 11 OOiim 5 15111 0 15 pm norvouancas as 1 did 1 fuel llko trtysulf auiu after taking tho Toulo C P Atmdui S It Knoit Uen Pas Agt Traille Mauaecr A Suutlay School Nuperiiitcmloiit ieneral Olliccs Louisville Ky ulurHON It S F 11 Moilsk Asst Ccn Pass Agt Secuiktaiiy Dorho8tr Co Mil March 8 Ml Coniniercc Building M U Kunday school of OIllcc Chamber of A Boholar in tho Cincinnati Ohio which Jam buiiuriuteudent I know wim coin Dally to all points except Rowland Xo pellixl to etay at homo ou account of her ail ment epileptic- Ma for eiht mouths bat uinco Division which is daily except Sunday usIiik luetor Kocnius Norvu ionic alio itttemln No 2 Runs daily except Sunday from rt guTarly I tuluk the euro tho inot remark- - Lexington to Cincinnati able 1 liavq vor eeon or heunl of and this II V 11I hcrvo Tonic douorvea thu htfli t ooomlums It No L Runs daily from all Muttons ex has uiy tulleat enOorsouieut JOiiN A 11EEBE JB cept the Rowland Division which is daily A Valuable Rook en Nervoua exreju Jsiniiliivf jiiKouse i tout rro 10 any uaren8 No 0 Dailv except Sunday and poor paUcuu can also obtalu Cor Limestone iiml Short 8tn No 4 Dally between Cincinnati and Lex- D B POE responsible this luvdtclne frco of charee Lhxinhton ky Tli h remedy baa been iirouared by tho llnverend lllgloll KoeulK of Yort Vavno InJ ft i nee 1ST and Nos 1 and 3 make connect inns at Wit W H UOSWKIiL lMiopiui Toit iirooareu under ms cUrectlou by tUu The justly wli bmlwl cheater lor points ou tho N N A M V H D There has been added an Annex with 20 No Carries through ears from Ciwein KOKNIQ MED CO Chicngo III Sa iStl S2 Iyrryian steel cnfl natl to Middteshorough and Cumherland large well ventjhued rooms Street tirs are soltl nt this olllce at 10 nuts a dozeiM RaMbyDrHwrUtaatSlpsrBettl fsSS Gap and nR intermediate btatioivs and runs pas the door every Ave minutes Located ami the pencil In town at x- - npiecM within twofiiptures of depot dally HtUafcrl iveToH Wl r Corbin ri Cumhd Mtddlcsbirough Corbh lllllllllf11lf 1111- 8 Oonnr 8 45 n m iaplc JJI5aml r 1 0 83am 0 oSain 1 IivinistouAi ltitt 1 1 f 1 l - Â¬ 1 I i FREE I son nionev is paid This stallion will be at the stithies of J B Cecil one mile from Ecl the lirst ami third weeks of e tcli month anil at W G Henrvs 21 miles west of West Liberty tut anev the second ami fourth weeks ot each mmitli DESCRIITION AND PEDIGREE Bav with black noinls seven vears old this spring hi- hands high Sired by Main- iirino con est lie iy Ned roirost Jr ne u Sims Neil Forrest he by Alexanders Edwin Forrest 1st tlnm bv Mainbriiio Chief 2nd dam bv Virginia Whip 3d dam by Sir Archie Forrest Stoiiowalls 1st dam by Browns Stonewall 2d dam b Tom Crowder 3d dam Old Who will serve it limited number of ap- by Balls Copperbottom 4th dam by TO IN Fancy bv Old Brown Pilot proved mutes at TEN DOLLARS Wo will left with SURE A LIVING COLT on same terms as us Good iwe will he taken of marcs for acci but not he responsible above dents should auv occur nrSCISIITlON AND IlDIOItKK CECIL A HENRY POST BOY JR was hired by Post Boy West Libei ty Ky record 223 he bv Magic sire of Clcmmic G 2 IS Alice Stoner 221 Mvstcrv 220 d ivjriiHj Ac dam Mollie Emery sired bvStrathmorc KBKI Tucker 210 laws 217 sire of Santa Cricket 2 10 Adoni 211 iSumicoloii 2 10 This combined young Stallion will make Sister V 218 j Hummer 210 Charles miles troin Derby 220 Fausiino220 Bonnie Wihnorc the mescal season of 802 and it number of Hazel Green at the stable of David B Rose Blacbcrry 221 222 I others in the 280 li t POST BOY IB is at the low pi ice of a beautiful chestnut with no inarJts 7 eais oltl May 15th H02 15 hands 8 inches high and gives promise of being heard from hi Moncv due when colt N foaled alive with e who is a lien ou colt until season money is paid 1 the future among trotters Any familiar withidiicrs Post Boy will readily Tort Cr it will be I years old the Itlijfl rccogitie Post Boy Jr He is HiliamlMilgli iiasunr ilav of Mtv And last but not least will be found at tolor anil can show a three minute gnu the same stables the well known and highly Ue is also a line saddle horse appreciated JACK He was sired bv the well known Prater horse he by the Phillips hoisc His Opt dam was by Blackhawk mid she out of a Love lie Who will serve mares at TEN DOLLARS mare by Bay Bassinger horse bthatthe stood la COLT on same horse a standard bred TO INSFBE A LIVING a ceIllinois The Prater terms as above described This Jack has no lebrated Virginia nunchorse was out of superior as n good breeder Tom Ckcii Is a mod individual Is prov fare will lie ttiKcu to prevent acciuciiis iug himself a tine bleeder and his colts urofl will not be rcspons ble should auv oe large good color and show line combined iV DA J ciun qualities All care will be taken to lircyent aecc crAUKNnox ihuils but should auv occur I will not In j - Â¬ POST BOY JR Â¬ mx 1 3- - J 6 to Insure a Living Colt QEN JOHN MORGAN Â¬ lt I mi ie fior 1 fvrctJfCJ lot IreWw17K