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SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald Of a Noisy World With Nows From All Nations Lumbring nt His Bade i ft Vi 8100 A YEAR Always In Advance jHUUTIE YEAR pTSI jwvwvwvvvvvvTnrvvvvvvvvvwvn HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 22 1802 NUMBER 5 0fr4frfrfrd4 The Greatest Effort OF hitch Louis tAA kAAAV QWA IN THE o I History Lexington Gus Straus IDimToSpi cClqthingi Every Department Overflowing to its utmost capacity Thin is not a catch penny wile of any kind hut good honest valued and qualities at fair prices During the coming week we will display full lines of Mens and Hoys Clothing representing the lead ing and best manufacturers in the United States and hurope We will forfeit our reputation of thirty We have nevyears standing in Lexington er failed to keep our promises heretofore Â¬ Â¬ II That wo will sell you the best Mens Suit nt 5 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit it10 That we will sell vou the best Mens Suit at 15 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 20 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 25 OUR MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT Is the finest in the United States Our Cutters and Workmen are first class artists We are doing the largest business we have ever done Come and make your selections early L Ski- C STRAUS LEXINGTON KENTUCKY y- A LEADING CLOTHIERS and FINE TAILORS AJLJUUULAJ wvvwvwv - -wwwvwwv A A A A JU ww p fcV i V r --M ftepvwwwwo ovwwveBfcaB tfAJjuLxAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAyX wvwvwvwvvvvvv tablersdii c WORMS buckeyeTILC OSTUKJliHIITT BUST IX JlAUIT virmeme iOJNTPT Has led oil Worm Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED rrtpmdb FOR 20 YEARS CURES NOTHING BUT PILES known for ISyaars as the BEST A SURE Trtttrti and CERTAIN CURE CO SOLD EVERYWHERE BKIURDS0XTAYLOK MID CO HTL0CIS REMEDY FOR MKP PILES by mcmHD80STATI0B 8TL0DIS MIS wbwiito AT THE ICngllsh Kitchen Short Street No 12 W Lexington Ky 1 Regular Meals 25 Cents Meals to Order at All Hours Breakfast from ft A M M Oysto 9 A m Dinner from 10 a m to 3 p m Supper from ft P m to D ters Lamb Fries FMi Chiekens and Quails a speeialty Open from ft a m to 12 Â¬ im- JOHN M CUS LUICART ROSE Proprietor II G TONICS DEALERS IN GiNBRAIi wmoBAHimm 9 HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY Carry a com pi etc lino of Shoes Hats Patent Medicines Saddles Harness and sell FOR CASH at prices lewer than ever before seen in Hazel Green rAll goods guaranteed as represented or money refunded oods Gents Dry Goods Notions Ladies Dress e Clothing Boots Â¬ UUD fl D D D I rllll TVT T I 1Mb neTtlyATch eaply and promptly ex e P CUTED Til f3 OFFICE Send your rder IVT I I KENTUCKY LANDGRANTS ASSESSMENTS REMOVED NO NO In llnrruu County llellnvnl of It Fourteen Complication That ICxUtState ho Kufttcru Suction of tho Cunt Hoists Ior Tho action of tho General Assembly in The State Board of Equalization in To moot our expenses wo session at Frankfort last week removed passing the bill requiring that persons must insist on eollcctincr aii the intended raiso of 14 per cent on bringing suit on old Virginia and Ken subscriptions in advance laud and 8 en lotH in Barren county tucky laud claims based on patents dating The effect of oil wells in that county prior to 188 shall have paid taxes on Your Expire the land for tho past twenty years calls gnvo a fictitious valuation to property up a rather peculiar state of affairs in tho Clark was reduced from 8 to 8 per cent on land and the ft on town lots was mountains especially between and adja Â¬ 180 cent to the branches of the Big Sandy taken off and your renewal Is earnestly solicited or Â¬ Todd county got a reduction from 20 where within the past ten years hun w1m1i to to 10 per cent raise on land and tho 8 dreds of thousands of acres of laud have if you the rate discontinue send balance due us at of a un Webster been thrown into litigation This laud paid subscriptionsSAci be month ALL our on town lots was not removed will dropped from and Boono could not establish their claim has been settled up and occupied under books AlMtli l2 and the accounts be placed to a reduction and the 20 per cent in- the laws of Kentucky within thohistsov in an oiiiccrs minus lor collection Thanking you for past patronnge and socrease on land and 4 on town lots in tin ty or eighty years About ten years Boone will remain as first fixed by the ago when by reason of tho great devel Â¬ liciting your continued good will I am Ititqicutfully vours board Nicholas county was reduced on opment of the mineral resources of the SPKKCKU COOPKH Allen mountain districts this laud began to in- Â¬ land from 20 to 12 per cent and crease in value certain persons in the had the 6 per cent on land removed MURDEROUS SCHEME A few more counties notified the board East laid claim to thousands of acres the of their desire for a hearing The Sec Â¬ title to which had been unquestioned for Mutineers A moot tho Holtllcm retary will now make his calculations of half a century These claims wero at at Coal Creek Tumi Iocntcil the amounts raised or decreased in each first laughed to scorn till it developed Mutiny is tho latest thing in tho camps countv and tabulate tho assessed and that there was at least some shadow of of tho army of Tennessee stationed on Many years aqualized valuations after which Audi Â¬ reason in the claims urged tho mountain overlooking tho convict will bo ready to send the ago it develops tho htato of Virginia stockado and works of tho tor Norman Knoxvillo official action of the board and authority granted certain tracts of land in the then iron company at C6al Creek Twelve county of Kentucky to citizens of Virto the Sheriff in each county for begin privates have been holding littlo secret ning at once upon the collection of the ginia Some of the beneficiaries crossed meetings and thoy formed a clique called revenue This official notice could be the Blue Ridge and located their grants Tho Dirty Dozen with documents sent some time next week but the Leg Â¬ defining the boundaries with reference to drawn up swearing nllegianco to ono natural objects They would return to islature not having acted upon the tax another in an attempt to overpower tho rate which is part of the Revenue and Virginia and others would obtain grants guards and hang two of tho Taxation bill may cause a delay The by describing tracts of hind by reason of ollicers who it seems had won rate for the past two years was 42 cents tlieir situation with reference to the land me uisiiKc oi ineso re Deis Those obtaining tho on the 100 valuation and of course already described Ono of tho men weakened and gavo tho unless it is repealed it will continue as concessions of laud in many instances whole thing away to tho officers and never wero in tho country west of the the rate for the present year While it now eleven of the twelve nro in chains is not therefore necessary that the mountainsaud theirclaimsliad long since under heavy guard awaiting court mai Legislature should take action on the been forgotten in Virginia and Irufnover tial The principal leader of tho muti- Â¬ been heard of by thesettleisin Kentucky tax rate there is good reason to believe neers is Alley Moore an ex convict who that in the general and wholesale changes when the Eastern claimants as stated had just boon pardoned by tho governor in the revenue law now under consider- Â¬ presented themselves a few years since for desertion from tho samo camp and ation the tax rate is almost likely to be STJOT FROM AMBUSH army Every tlay adda a few to tho also somewhat affected If Sheriffs then number of soldiers stationed there but should begin to collect at 42A cents and The County Superintendent of lcrry lrub tho miners from all appearance navo nhly Fatally Wnumleil learn a mouth later that the rate had given Word reached hero last week that G them up nil idea of trying to removo been increased or lowered it would not only make double trouble and annoyance L Combs County Superintendent of Witntrf Ialmor for them but also worry and confuse Perry county was shot from ambush on A Lexington correspondent to tho who may be required to Tuesday whilo going on horseback from the taxpayers Hazard to his home fourteen miles dis- Courier Journal signing himself A Rank pay the extra taxes tant from the county sent The shooting and File Democrat writes It is of occurred at ft oclock in the afternoon tho utmost itnKrtauco that the Demo- Â¬ FLOODS IN THE SOUTH on Cnrrs Fork near his residence The cratic party of Which I inn an humble Tho Drutructlon to Ilf ami Property llni ball seems to bolong to a rifle It enter- member and must lay Hewn Awful ed the loins and the wounded mini thinks aside nil personal preferences and nomi nnto a man for President at Chicago who Reports eut out from West Point it will prove fatal No clew to the guilty persons Vas yet will win the race My first choice is Miss of tho devastation caused by the Persons near by heard Kentuckys gifted and favorito son late washouts have not been nt all exag- been discovered Dethe discharge of tho gun and supposed it ond personal preference would bo honest gerated but in fact understated struction both of property and life has some one hunting squirrels but Mr Grovcr Cleveland nnd ho on but my been awful and the end is not yet at Combs came galloping up nnd told them Judgment is that wo should nominate n Ohio Georgia Pa that he was shot Western man true and tried as a Demo- Â¬ hand The Mobile Mr Combs is one of the best men in crat and whoso motto is Revenue re- Â¬ cific and Illinois Cent nil railroads have all been blocked up for the past seven Perry county and a most ofliciont officer form nnd popular government for tho days but the first named is able to get tie has been making great progress in peoplo and by tho people and his nnmo two trains a dav through The damage building up the schools of tho county is John B Palmer of Illinois rocked in done on the Mobile Ohio in the vicinity that had been neglected for several years the cradle of Democracy tho soldier of West Point nlono will not fall short of on account of the feudal war that had statesman and patriot whoso backbono 40000 while the other two roads have been raging there He had no connection is largo enough stiff enough nnd strong He bus enough to stand up for iustico and cqunf been each damaged at least twice that with the French Evcrsolo feud been having trouble with his neighbors it v to tho whole people sum Let us go to The first train for seven days on the over real estate transactions and the Chicago in search of such a man deter Â¬ Georgia Pacific passed through West presumption is that these have bce the mined to let our personal mcforeneca Point on tho loth inst but did not go as cause of the tragedy The Sheriff and tako a back scat and wo will certainly far as Columbia All the creeks have posse started at once in search of the win I am old enough to have Been many Presidential contests and can testify exhausted their over supply of water but would be aK aHHniH as high as that when tho Democrats won thoy ul the Tombigbce river is A Turfman With a History ways nominated men for availability ever and is causing great damage The Louisville Truth in noting the fact Not from choico of tho leaders or The loss of life along the Tombkbe Palmer and Russell would sweep river is said to be nearly 2r0 principally that James T Williams the well known negroes Much stock has been drowned and popular turfman of Eminence had tho country and crops washed away while planting purchased a handsome building lo on A CniullilatoK Docniloiiuo is necessarily retarded The damage to Fourth avenue Louisville and would nt The organs are rapidly coining iu out on the nco erect a fine residence to bo occupied bridges stock buildings and crops Tombigbce in one county alone will by his family when completed adds of the wet Tho Indianapolis Sentinel f t W illititnu iu nt titrfitttitt iaitlt ti liiu reach 100000 llllllllir If ltllttIJ Mill llliT the leading Democratic paper in Indiana tory He began life as a newby on the nasuoscrteu uray who is only n Mill The flood is raging in the Mississippi At MeniphN on the loth it was in a few railroad trains between Frankfort and foil and is advocating Clovoland Tho inches of the danger line The bottoms Lexington but being a smart fellow with Brooklyn Kaglc tho organ of the King has declared for are covered with water below Memphis an eye to the main chance he got out of county Democracy Tho Syracuso Journal an- Â¬ have been drowned thntbusincAs as he found something bet Cleveland and several persons ter to do This led into tho thorough- other influential paper in Now York Tho first valuable State has shifted to Clovoland bred horse business The A VOTING MACHINE horse he ever owned was that honest old State Ledger ono of the leading papem Iiiiiohn111o to Vote Twice or Irutiilcutly campaigner Fair Play Afterward he in Mississippi and whoso editor intro Â¬ and CouutN tho Viilc owned the great Checkmate Enquircss duced a resolution indorsing Hill the day The Meyers voting machine wn first Aspinwall Bob Miles Tom Hood ami ho addressed the Mississippi Legislature put into practical operation at Lockport tho Hon John G Carlisle my sec has discarded Hill and declares that tho New York Tuesday Representatives of many other good ones Checkmate alone nominee must bo Cleveland Tho Sol leading papers throughout the State and made him a fortune in the east Mr inn rimcs Mnll which frequently boasted many politicians from the neighboring Williams was also tho original owner of that it was tho original Hill advocate States as well as New York were in at Luke Blackburn which great horse be in Alabamn has declared for Cleveland The machine was unanimous sold to the Dwyers iu his tendance Tho Memphis Ledger which a fow weeks ly voted a success Tho booth is con form for 25 10 Ho is a rich man now ago was advising Tennessco newspapers strutted of iron and is about seven feet and very naturally comes to tho metrop to join the Hill procession if thoy wanted high bv five feet square The ordinary olis of his State to live in stvlc and com- to bo in it has nothing more to say in voter did not require more than from fort He has a great many friends in Hills behalf and its editor who has re- Â¬ ten to fifteen seconds to register his Imisville who will be glad to welcome cently been in New York statod to u ballots for between ft and 20 candidates him as a permanent resident Washington roporter that Hills immo By the workings of the machino it is abwould not go before the convention but NEW WORLDS FAIR SCHEME solutely impossible to vote twice or fraudthat Cleveland would have a walk over ulently lhe button opposite any can An Immeime Dormitory for thn INn of for tho nominntion--Knoxvill- o Tribune didates name being pushed in is at Women Who will VMt the IIIkHIiow limtllnhl Mtinlor once locked as are the buttons of other Mrs Potter Palmer and nino Isaac Ax ton who about ono month candidates for the samo office only the well known women connected withother tho button leing pushed registering The Board of Lady Managers of tho Worlds ago stabbed big Jim Wilson a revenue closing of the exit door unlocks the but mceting recently held at Chi storekeeper in a street light at Owons tons and the booth is ready for the ad Fair at a under the name boro was acquitted lust week on tho decided mission of another voter The machine cago Chicago to organize Dormitory Asso ground of self dcfenso Axtln stated Womans of is a time and money saver under oath that elation with tho purpose of erecting n dirk knife in his ho had carried an open After the closing of tho polls only ten pocket for three inontl i accommodation of wo Â¬ minutes were required to open the back building for the visiting Chicago during tho Fair iu anticipation of a murderous hhhuv of the machine to announce the results men limited means Ac Â¬ by tho John Felnnds Nos 1 and 2 and register the total number of votes particularly those of arrangements wero left in the hands for each of the 01 candidates a process tive Hundreds of persons using Ayera Hair of Mrs Matilda B Carse The site it u 1WCV r that under the usual register ot counting is expected will be within twelve coring fv ballots requires at least three hours lulr nIr tl color ana beauty of contrlluted i I of Jackson Park and will youth freo bv Goer ire M Pullman The aim i iii MixiniMiNK tho only permanent cure to have a structure that will comfortably Wanted A few ehooe bsoon lianiH nt for all forms of headacho and neuralgia liwliro T ltM u otnoii nt n iof nf tlilrtv lit this officii at Hh a pound in vault or 10c a pound on subscription relieves tho pain in from Ift to 20 min- forty cents a day each For sale on positive guaranteo ly utes Ago will not bo so marked If you um Remove boils pimnles and skin erup all druggists or the Dr Whitehall Meg Buckinghams Dya for the whiskers Co South Bend Ind tions by taking Ayeia Sarsaparllla riminc PAY PAPER Â¬ pP Subscription Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ yt fnc--tio- 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ two-year-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m I V Â¬ m tt - Hazel Green Herald ITXIfOKft NOT ABSOLUTELY Maw NECESSARY to Dmno York Not ImlUpoumible 000FK8 rrtUtiur KY KAZ1L GK1KN WHAT AILED HIM crossed on his stomach and his back all humped over but I knew that some thing ailed him to start the tears in that fashion Ho sat next me and I asked in n fatherly way Whats the mattot with you bub feel sick Ho nodded his head id tho ulllriiiutlve and then shook it in tho negative and bis back humped up n littlo more and his tears increased in number Hy this time he had attracted general attention and a man who didnt knows beans about a boy came up and said I know what ails this Icid hes run away from homo somewhere Wonder if theres an oftlcer on this boat Tho boy now began to sob and a woman eamo over and sized him up and remarked Hes just homesick thats all La The Hoy on the llnnt Wim In n llml Wy but Ilcllof nine was on a Staton island ferryboat It coming up to own All of n sudden u boy about ton years old who was ui parontly ulono began to wcop It was a silent sort of a wcop with his hnuds but Ive seen my Ueubeu breakdown and cry like a baby if he had to go away from me one single hour Whats that boy blubbering about demanded a red faced man as he got up and folded tip lus paper Has anyone been abusing you bub If so just point him out Hub was now going it strong wav ing to and fro and groaning undorving and a woman with a bundle in her hand eamo up fixed her glance at me and said jt ft Somebodys probably tried to rob him just because hes a boy I f such is the case somebody ought to he arrested and sent to prison Hub has anybody got your money a way Ho first nodded and then shook-- his head and a young man witli a very high collar and a very little cano sagely observed From what 1 am able to observe i should thay that tho kid has come down with tho gripth Thats about the way 1 wath attacked Hub did anyone throaton or abuse you kindly inquired a young lady as her glasses fell off her nose Tho boy nodded and everybody now looked straight at me as tho guilty party I was about to get up and make a denial and ask for a court of inquiry when a brisk looking little man stepped up felt of the boy s pulse straightened him up and asked Hoy what have you been eating this morning Chos ehostnuts ho gasped What else Ap apples What else Some raisins Uin Whats this in your pocket lie pulled out a half eaten raw turnip and a brown paper with live or six elates in it and as he looked around ho remarked thought so when I first saw him hes got a case of colic Whos got anv whisky Tho young man with a lisp had some and in live minutes the boys tears had all disappeared and he was looking around for tho other half of that turniu Well said tho woman who bad Hist I lenew it was either homecomo up sickness or the colic Its about tho samo thing with a boy If he didnt have something of the kind to scare folks half to death ho wouldnt be happy Id like to be his mother for about three minutes and have a good thick Bhinglo handy by M Quad in N Y Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ World Stopping a Leak do not know if ono way of stop ping a leak in a saucepan is generally known says a young housekeeper but it struck me as original and it is certainly very simple and efllcacious 1 went into the kitchen tho other day and saw that my cook who is French had something simmering on the lire As she was pouring it out I saw a whlto rag at the bottom of tho sauce I Â¬ Thcro aro sentimentalists who like to beat tho air and como back empty handed but tho average citizen docs not care to follow an ideal too expensive to have any chance of getting through tho ballot box He does not expect where there aro six or seven million people to bo induced to work together that each man can have tho platform shaped quite to his liking nor can all have their favorites for candidates Character and qualifications being conceded to all within the nominating radius availa- Â¬ bility rightfully comes in for a largo place Here too there is honest di- Â¬ versity of opinion Personal bias and old impressions have their intlueuce For instance 11111113 democrats have become so in the habit of looking to New York for their presidential candidate that they are not able to disabuse their minds of the impression tlfat its thirty six votes can be had only for one of its favorite sons Yet as they look over the record they note that for thirty years every man put on the presidential ticket has been from New York McClellau and Hancock were really no exceptions Tho popular soldier did not carry that state in 1SUI Seymour did in 1808 but was not elected Four years later Irecley was woefully slaughtered Tilden swept it by a round niajoritj in 1ST0 by virtue of his broad statesmanship and the magnificent fight he had made against Tweed In 1SS0 Hancock was and Tammany rejected and Cleveland was saved by a scratch in 1SSI He failed at the sec ond trial It has not been questioned that the democrats presented in each ease were chosen with reference to their strength in New York yet they saved the state but three out of seven times In two cases only those of Seymour and Tilden can there be any plausible claim that there was gain even in that state by reason of the location of the candidate This view is strengthened by the fact that in the merely state elections in the satno period the democrats have been suc cessful about two thirds of the time The argument then from the records that it is needful to go to New York for the head of the ticket to save that state is palpably lame With apparent harmony and unanimity in that state for its man tho election results are not indicative that advantage wus gained by listening to the shrieks of locality Nor is it a fair diagnosis of the situation to insist that the democrats cannot elect a president without New York The zeal for a favorite in that state induces a leading demo cratic paper in Wisconsin to insist that it would be party suicide to leave it That is simply absurd To support this theory it allots to the republicans all the northern states except New York Connecticut New Jersey and Indiana with sixty seven votes which it classes as doubt Â¬ ful and concedes also ten of the four- Â¬ teen votes of Michigan to the republic- Â¬ ans They then have two hundred and fourteen votes and either New York or Indiana would gie them more than the requisite two hundred and twenty three That is an attempt to manipu- Â¬ late figures to subserve special ends New Jersey and Connecticut are as certain for the democrats as West Vir ginia and perhaps one or two other southern states Indiana mav be fairly claimed and Michigan is certain to givo the democrats at least six of its fourteen votes Then with the south thev have one hundred and ninety six votes without New York If the candidate is not from New York it Is evident that ho will be from Indiana Illinois or Iowa with tho vice president probably from Massachusetts In that event the twenty four votes of Illinois thirteen of Iowa and fifteen of Massa chusetts could be drawn upon unless tho campaign broke down by absurd blundering Any two of them would be enough or Illinois and Montana or Khodo Island alone Nor is there reason to suppose that New York would be lost because its homo man was not taken It L not judicious to press tho locality feature very strongly Su Paul Hobo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ emtio Sucorm Politics is a practical matter Â¬ to be beaten destroyed buried wiped out annihilated And every year the democrats havo won Last year the republican prophets were in full cry Miller I lusted Piatt Fassctt Shop ard even the cold blooded Jeorge Hliss nil prophesied the success of their teenth street where upon examination they said I was incurable and would nt1 tako mo in At tho Presbyterian luvpi tal thoy examined rno and told mo tu samo thing In March 1SU0 I was taken to St Peters hospital In Albany where Prof II II linn frankly told my wife my easo was hopeless that ho could do nothing for mo and Unit ska had better take 1110 back home and sava my money Hut I wanted to make a trial of Prof Huns famous skill and I re Itnpnbllraii Hope Tlmt Hnve Never Itncn mained under his treatment for nino Albany N Y Journal March 4th rullllloil Sauatooiv March 4th For somo weeks but secured no benellL All The republican prophets aro again Bending forth their cheerful messages time past there have been reports hero this timo I had been growing worse I had become Senator Allison predicts that Uov and elsewhere in Saratoga county of a my waist down entirely paralyzed from and had partly lost conHoles cannot carry his own state if he most rcniarkalilo- - indeed so remarktrol of my hands The pain was teris nominated by tho democrat for able as to be miraculous cure of n most president Kx Senutor Warner Miller severe case of locomotor ataxia or creep rible my legs felt as though they wero just peeping up from his three years ing paralysis simply by the use of a freezing and my stomach would not reberth outside the breastwork predicts popular remedy known as Pink Pills tain food and fell away to lJO pounds In tho Albany hospital they put 17 big that tho republicans will surely carry for Pule People prepared and put up burns on my back one day with red hot New York And other optimistic mem by the Dr Williams Medicine Company irons and after a few days tliey put U Y and Hrockville Out bers of the same party indulge In Morristown X equally hopeful auguries Tho story was to the effect that Mr more burns on and treated me with It is the old story In 18S0 Senator Chas A Quant of tlalway who for the electricity but I got wone rather than Allison predicted that Holes would be last six or eight years has been a great better lost control of my bowels and beaten but he wasnt Last fall the sufferer from creeping paralysis and its water and upon advice of the doctor senator was cocksure that Holes would attendant ills and who had become ut- who said there was no hope for me I where it was not win but ho did and by an in terly powerless of all self help had bv was brought home creased plurality on tho largest vote the use of a few boxes of the Pink Pills thought that death would soon come to over cast in Iowa for Pale People been so fully restored relieve me of my suiVei ings Last Sep As for New York well a recollec- to health as to be able to walk about tember while in this helpless and suf tion of the republican prophecies for the street without the aid of crutches j fering condition a friend of niiiC 111 the last seven years is enough to make The fame of this wonderful miraeu Hamilton Out called my attention to Mr Depews brass monkey stand up Ions cure was so great that tho lOvening the statement of ono John Marshall on his hind legs and laugh his head Journal reporter thought it worth his whose case had been similar to mv u n Hvery year the democraU were while to go to ialway to call on Mr and who had been cured bv the use of off Â¬ Â¬ mistake of misapprehending the feelA SARATOGA CO MIRACLE ing of tho country with regard to tho lattor and thus had some share of re Â¬ sponsibility but it was not Heed or oven Heeds methods as speaker that Holploos for Yonro nud Excludod from HoupltnlB na lucurablo were odious to tho people half so much as the MoKinlej tariff though all alike had to bo burled under the ava- The Itrmrtrknhln Kxoorlenco ot CbnrlM lanche in politics of 1SI0 Hostou Allmny Junnt m J n violent oil by Herald Y N luuriiut Jtrportrr A 8tory of NurpumilnK Jntnrett FALSE PROPHETS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ And yet they were beaten nearly fifty thousand votes The World led party Â¬ them all at prognostics It estimated the democratic plurality within less than one thousand votes of tho oflicial count And it tells all these too previous prophets now that tho next president will be a democrat Let them stick a pin Â¬ there N Y World BLUSTERING Cwr lCreil Attempt A II U AUTOCRAT 11 Continuance ltullylntr Tactics cl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Speaker Heeds attempted criticism of Speaker Crisps ruling on the question of a quorum in congress was ill timed and pointless It was worse even than that for It was the malicious effort of a battled and disappointed usurper to vent his rnge upon a man who respects the constitution ami the rights of the representatives of a free people Mr Heed is so puffed up by the recent decision of the supreme court sustaining his quorum counting rule that he fails to diseern the distinction between upholding a rule and the propriety of establishing such a rule if the late congressional czar possessed average discretion he would be very quiet upon the subject of a quorum in the presence of a man who when their positions in the house wore reversed proved more than a match for the temporary autocrat There is another reason for Heeds silence on this point which ho would appreciate if he were not insensible to He led his party by his humiliation revolutionary practices to the most disastrous defeat in its history Any man not having the skin of a rhinoc eros would in Heeds place feel keenly tho shame and disgrace of that defeat Hut the ex speaker like a genuine re- Â¬ publican ignores the crushing condem nation of himself and his rules by tho final arbiters tho people and finds cause for gayety in the technical ruling of a court The mockery of his pre tended smartness is strikingly shown by the absence from their seats of some two hundred republican members of congress for whose defeat at the last election he and his rules are largely responsible Chicago Herald Kx Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hopes that tho plum of tho republican nomination might fall into his mouth Mr Hlalno appears to have felt some apprehension If not alarm In the same direction and hastened to take stops to proven Mr Reeds growing promin Â¬ ence from becoming more permanently fixed Mr Heed was then tho most conspicuous llguro in the country Ho fn Wll ColuclenlloiiH overshadowed alike president and sec Kditor You say you wish this poem retary Ho fell from this position it to appear in my paper anonymously is only fair to say of him not alto Would Ho Contributor Yes I dont gether through his oi 11 fault Wo do want any name to it not think that Mr Heeds urbltary Then I cant uubltsh it methods were approved by the country Why not but they were intensely enjoyed by his Hccauso I am conscientious about own party He made himself really a till mutter I dont want an unjust hero with them by the way in which AOftpicion to fall upon some innocent ho overcrowded and Mibjugnted tho fmcnM Texas Slfttngs democrats All this was later forgot- Â¬ ten and Mr Hoed passed much out of An Innulrlnc Mlml bight in tho tremendous republican de Â¬ I say to you goes fjithcr Everything feat that followed but this was owed Am at mm war and out at tho otliur lAiXU Hon thoughtfully Is that not half so much to Mr Heeds un wUil JUtlo boys has two curs for pa popularity as to that of Mr McKlnley and his tariff Mr Heed niudo tho jptiiwA Sown Â¬ What is that Puulino 1 said Oh did madamo never see that way of mending a holo she explained Hut see it is very simple and she pulled out tho littlo piece of linen and showed mo quite a largo holo in the 1 put agate pan tho corner of a bit of linen through so she wont on and then 1 pull it until tho fullness is jammed very tight then with a knife I cut it off on each side and it holds Hut I should think it perfectly would burn I said It never does said Pauline but I dont know why -perhaps because it remains wet volla pan Ks THE CZAR DEPOSED SpcuUcr til Ilu Sunk Into livion H Ob- Â¬ Heed would make a picturesque candidate for tho presidency There is not much doubt that Mr Heed would like the olllce Ho was unquestionably ambitious for it two years ago and had probably serious Â¬ Mr Thomas NOTES AND OPINIONS From a democratic point of view there does not seem to be much the matter with Iowa She appears to be all right- - X Y World Strange how tho republican millionaires with political aspirations long to get down among the masses and feel tho throbbing pulse of the lowly Taffy for the poor workiugniau is now on tap all along the line and flows with a freedom that exposes its thinness Detroit Free Press President Harrison will be sup ported in the Minneapolis convention by a solid delegation from Indiana but tho shining name of W W Dudley does not appear in the list of delegates Asa vicarious sacrifice Col Dudley has boon very useful to the moral sense of Chicago Tunes the administration Mr Steve Klkius is to run for governor in West Virginia because your Cncle Henjuinin wants that state yanked into Hue It would be a Her Â¬ culean task for any republican to carry West Virginia and Klkius so long so well and so unfavorably known there will drop so hard that he will never clearly understand just what hit him Detroit Free Press Tho Investigation of Pension Commissioner Hauni be for a democratic committee will doubtless bo more thorough than that which was conducted by tho whitewashing com bination of the billion dollar congress Tho administration of tho pension bu reau under Ruum has been scandalous and it is to be hoped in the Interest not only of god government but of hon est pensioners that tho truth will soo tho light N Y World Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Quant to learn from his lips and from the observation and testimony of his neighbors if his alleged euro was a fact or only an unfounded rumor And so he drove to Ialway and spent a day and a night theie in visiting Mr Quant getting bis story and interviewing his neighbors and fellow townsmen It may be proper to say that ialway is a pretty little village of about too people delightfully located near the center of the town of Ualwav in Saratoga county and about I miles from Sara toga Springs I pon inquiry the rosi donee of Mr Charles A Quant was easily found for everybody seemed to know him speak well of him and be overflowing with surprise ami satisfaction at his wonderful cure and restora tion to the activities of enterprising cit Â¬ izenship for Mr Quant was born in liulway and had spent most of his life there Mr Quant was found at his pretty home on a pleasant street nearly opposite the academy In re spouse to a knock at the door it was opened by a man who in reply to an quiry if Mr Quant lived there and was at home said Iain Mr Quant Will you come in After a little general and preliminary conversation and after ho had been apprised of tho object for which the Journal reporter bad called upon him he at request told the story of himself and of his sickness and ter- Â¬ rible sufferings and of the ineffectual treatment he bad had and of his final cure by the use of Dr Williams Pink Pills for Halo People and cheerfully gave assent to its use for publication 11 My name is Charles A said Quant I am 117 years old I was born in the tillage of tlalway and excepting while travolingon business and a little while in Amsterdam hae spent my whole life here My w ifc is a native of Ontario Ip to about eight vrars ago 1 had never been sick and was then in perfect health 1 was fully six feet tall weighed ISO pounds and was very btrong For J years was a traveling salesman for a piano and organ com Â¬ pany and had to do a great deal of heavy lifting got my meals very irreg ularly and slept in enough spare beds in country houses to freeze any ordi Â¬ nary man to death or at least give him the rheumatism About eight years ago began to feel distress in my btoinaeh and consulted several doctors about it They all said it was dyspepsia and for dyspepsia I was treated by various doctors in different places and took all the patent medicines I could hear of that claimed to be a cure for dyspepsia Jut I continued to grow graduallyworse for four years Then I began have pain in my back and legs and became conscious that 1113 legs were getting weak and mv step un steady and then 1 staggered when 1 walked Having received no beuelit from the use of patent medicines and feeling that was constantly growing worse I then upon advice began tho use of electric bells pads and all the many different kinds of electric appli ances could hear of and spent linn dreds of dollars for them but they did Here Mr Quant showed mo no good the Journal reporter an electric suit of underwear for which he paid Slll In the fall of ISss the doctors advised a change of climate so I went to Atlanta a and acted as agent for the Kstey j While there I took n Organ Company thorough electric treatment but it only scorned to aggravate my disease and the only relief 1 could get from the bhnrp and distressing pains was to take morphine Tho pain was so intense at times that it seemed as though I could not stand it and I nlmost longed for death as the only certain relief J September of ISSS my legs gave out entirely nud my left eye was drawn to one side so that I had double sight and was dizzy My trouble so affected my whole nervous system that I had to give up business Then I re- Â¬ to New York and went turned to tho Hoosevclt hosplVil where for four months I was treated by specialists and they pronounced my case locomotor ataxia and incurable After I had been under ticatinent by Prof Starr and Dr Ware for four mouths they told mc they had dona all they could for mo Then I went to the New York hospital on Fif Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 I 11 Â¬ most eminent Canadian physicians been pronounced incurable and was paid the SI 000 total disability claim allowed by tho order in such eases Some months after Mr Marshall began a course of treatment with Dr Williams Pink Pills and after taking some 3 boxes was fully icstored to health I thought 1 would try them am my wife sent for two boxes of the pills and I took them according to tile directions given on the wrapper on each box 1 u the first few days the cold baths wt re pretty severe as 1 was so very weak but I continued to follow in- Â¬ structions as to taking the pilN and treatment and even before I had used up the two boxes of puis I begau to feel beneficial effects from them My pains wero not so bad 1 felt warmer my head felt better my food began to relish and agree with me I could straighten up tho feeling began to come back into my limbs I began to be able to get about on crutches ny eye eamo back again as good as over and now after the use of eight boxes of the pills- - at a cost of only SI eeI can with tho help of a cane mly walk all about the house and yard can saw wood and on pleasant drys I walk downtown My stomach trouble is gone I have pained 11 pounds I feel like a new man and when the spring opens I expect to bo able to renew my organ and piano agency r cannot spi ale in too high terms of Dr Williams Pink Pills for Pale People as know they saved my life after all the doctors had given mc up as incurable Other citizens of Galway sceinr Cue wonderful cure of MrQuaiit bv the Pink Pills for Palo People aro usuig them Frederick Sexton a sufferer from rheumatism said he was finding great bene- Â¬ fit from their use and Mr Schult who had suffered from chronic dysentery for years said ho had taken two boxes ol the pills and was already cured Mr Quant had also tried Faith euro with experts of that treatment in Albany and ireenville S C but with no beneficial results A number of the more prominent citÂ¬ izens of ialway as Uov C K Herbert of the Presbyterian church Prof James K Kelly principal of thu academy ohn P and Harvey Crouch ami Frank and Fdward Willard merchants and iniany others to whom Mr Quant and Iiis st miraculous cure by the use of Dr Williams Pink Pills for Palo People are well known were pleased to havo the opportunity of bearing testimony to the high character of Mr Quant and of verifying the story of his recovery from the torrible aflliction from which he had for so long a time been a sufferer Truly the duly of the physician is no to save life but to heal disease The remarkable result from the uo of Dr Williams Pink Pills in the of Mr Quant induced tho reporter to make further inquiries concerning them and he ascertained that thev aro not a patent medicine in tho sense in which that term is generally ued but a highly scientific preparation th re Â¬ sult of years of study and careful experiment They have no rival as a blood builder and nerve restorer and have met with unparalleled success in the treatment of such diseases as paralysis rheumatism sciatica St Vitus dance palpitation of the bent that tired feeling which affects so miity and all diseases depending upon a wa tery condition of the blood or shatti rel nerves Dr Williams Pink Pills are also a specific for troubles peculiar to females such as suppressions irregularities and all forms of weakness Thoy build up the blood and restore tho glow of heath to pale or sallow checks In the eiso of men they affect a radical cure in all eases arising from mental worry river work or excesses of whatever nature On further inquiry tho writer fund that these pills aro manufactured bv The Dr Williams Medicine Co Hiicli villi Out and Morristown X Y and are sold in boxes never in bulk by the hundred at ftO cents a box or siv forS2riO ami may bo had of all or direct by mail from Dr Wi00-s1 Â¬ Â¬ Williams Pink Pills for Palo Poole In this ease Mr Marshall who is a prominent member of the Hoyal Tem- Â¬ plars of Tempo anoe had after four years of constant treatment by the Dr co Â¬ Â¬ bcs Â¬ dress The price at which these pils aro sold makes a uoursu of treatment comparatively inexpensive as compared with other remedies or mccMcal trout--mea- t lliams Medicine Co from either ml KING OG Ho t Wns n Giant oarod by Evory Ono lint Not Clrcutor TIiiiii tho Mttlo Wort Till rionil Attiirk Mnny In Thrlr II PvIiir Monuiil Aft rrllTo Spout In Holy IcuU TiilmiiRod Kcrmon now people go to mus Â¬ eums to behold tho armor of the an- Â¬ a- - length thereof and four cubits the brendth of It Tho story of giants is mixed with myth William the Conqueror was said to havo been of overtowerlng altitude but when in after time his tomb was opened his bones Indicated that he had been physically of only ordinary size Koland the hero was said to havo been of astounding stature but when his supuleher was examined his armor was found only largo enough to lit nn ordinary man Alexander the Great had helmets and shields of enormous size made and left among the people whom ho had conquered so as to give the impression that he was a giant although he was rather under than over the usual height of a man Hut that in other days and lands there were real giants is authentic One of the guards of tl e I hike of Hrunswiek was eight audit half feet high In a museum in London is the skeleton of Charles Dime eight feet four inches in stature The Emperor Maximin was over eight feet lliny tells of a giant nine feet high and two other giants nine and a half feet So I am not in credulous when 1 come to my text and lind King Og a giant and the size of his bedstead turning the cubits of the text into feet the bedstoad of Og tho king must have been about thirteen nnd a half feet long Judging from that tho giant who occupied it was probably about eleven feet in stature or nearly twice the average human size There was no use of Kabbmical writers trying to account for the presence of this giant King Og as they did by saying that he came down from the other side of the Hood being tall enough to wade the waters beside Noahs ark or that he rode on the top of the arlc the passengers inside the ii rk daily providing him with food There wius nothing supernatural about him lie was simply a monster in size Cyrus and Solomon slept on beds of gold and Snrdunapnlus had I 50 bed steads of gold burned up with him but this bedstead of my text was iron every thing sacrificed for strength to hold this excessive avoirdupois this Alp of bone and flesh No wonder this couch wns kept as a curiosity at Rub bath and people went from far and near Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Till umbos text Inst Sunriny wns Only Qg Uinjf of Ruslmn Dcmt III It remained of the remnant of ginnth be- Â¬ hold his bedstead was a bedstead of iron is it not in llabbath of the chil- Â¬ Nine cubits was tho dren of Amnion Dp j to see it just his bedstead and his strido across the field and the full stroke of his arm must havo been appalling With au armed host ho comes down to drive back tho Israelites who are maching on from Kgypt to Canaan We havo no particular of tho battle but I think the Israelites trembled when they saw this monster of a man moving down to crush them Alas for tho Israelites U ill their troubles never cease five and a half AVbat can a man feet high do against a warrior of eleven feet and what can short swords do against a sword whose gleam must have been like a flash of lightning The battle of Adroi opened Moses and his army met tho giant and his The Lord and Hosts descended Army into the tight and the gigantic strides that Og had made when advancing into tho battle were more than equaled by the gigantic strides with which he recreated Huzza for triumphant Israel Sitv fortified cities surrendered to them A land of indescribable opulence rou es into their possession and all that is left of the giant King is tho iron bedstead JNine cubits was the length then of and four cubits the breadth of You say what a fighter this giant King Og must have been No doubt of suppose the size of his sword and it breastplate corresponded to the sie of 1 cients battle Â¬ Wlv did not the Hible give us the rLo of lite giant instead of tho size of Why did it not indicate the bedstead the man was eleven feet high in that stead of telling us that his couch was thirteen and a half feet long No doubt among other things It was to teach us that you can judge of a man by his sur roundings Sltriw mc a mans associates show me a mans bonks show me a mans home and I will tell you what ho is w ithout your telling mo one word about You can not only tell a him the old ad man according to age by tho company he kcops but by tho books ho reads by tho pictures ho admires by the church he attends by the places ho vKlts Moral giants and moral pigmies In- Â¬ tellectual giants and intellectual pigmies like physical giants or physical pigmies may bo judged by their surroundings That man has been thirty years faithful In attendance upon churches and prayer meetings and Sun day schools and putting himself among intense religious associations Ho may have his imperfections Hut ho Is a very good man Great Is his religious sta ture That other man has been for thirty years among influences intensely worldly and ho has shut himself out from nil other in- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ it and religious statu M n dwarf No man has ever boon or can bo Independent of his sur- Â¬ roundings social Intellectual moral religious Tho Ulblo Indicates tho length of tho giant by tho length of hi bedstead Let no man say 1 will bo good and yet keep uvll surroundings Let no man say 1 will be faithful as a Christian and yet consort chlelly with worldlings You aro proposing an everlasting Impossibility VVhen n man departs this lifo you can tell what has been his iulluenco In a community fop good by those who mourn for him and by how sincere and long continued are the rcgrots of his taking olY There- may bo no pomp or obsequies and no pretense at epltaphoology but Vou can tell how hlirh ho wns in conse oration and how high In usefulness by how long Is his shadow licn he comes to Ho down What Is true of ludlvldu als is true of cities and nations Show me tho free libraries and schools of a city and 1 will tell you tho Intelligence of Us people Show mo Its gallcpy of painting and sculpture and I will tell you tho artistic advancement of its citizens Show me its churches and I will tell you tho moral and religious status of the place From the fact that Ogs bedstead was thirteen and a half feet long 1 conclude the giant himself was about eleven feet high Hut let no one by this thought be induced to surrender A man to unfavorable environments can make his own bedstead Chantry and Hugh Miller were born stone masons but the one became an immor- Â¬ tal sculptor and the other a Christian scientist whose name will never die Turner tho painter in whose praise John Kuskin expended the greatest genius of his life was the son of a bur lier who advertised a penny a shave Dr 1rideauv ono of tho greatest scholars of all time earned his way through collego by scouring pots and pans The late Judge Hradloy worked his way up from a cjiar eoal burner to the bench of the su preme court of the Iuitcd States Yes a man can decide the size of his own bedstead Notice furthermore that even giants must rest Such enormous physical en Â¬ dowment on the part of King Og might suggest the capacity to stride across all fatigue and omit slumber No He required an iron bedstead iiants must rest Not appreciating that fact how many of the giants yearly break down iiants in business giants in art giants in eloquence giants in use- Â¬ fulness Tney live not out more than They try to escape half their days the consequence of overwork by a voy- Â¬ age across the sea or a sail in a summer yacht or call on physicians for relief from insomnia or restoration of un strung nerves or the arrest of apoplexy when all they need is what the giant of my text resorted to an iron bedstead Let no one think because he has great strength of body or mind that he can afford to trifle with his unusual gifts The commercial world the literary world the artistic world the political world the religious world are all the time aquake with the crash of falling giants King Of no doubt had a throne but the Hible never mentions King Og no doubt had a his throne crown but the Hible never mentions his crown King Og no doubt hail a scepter but the Hiblo does not Yet one of mention his scepter the largest verses of the Hible is taken up in describing his bedstead So lot all up and down the Adam with his Hible honors sleep head on the pillow of Kdenie roses has his slumber blest by i Divine gift of beautiful companionship Jacob with his head on a pillow of rock has his sleep glorified with a ladder Ulled with descending and ascending angels Christ with a pillow made out of the folded iip coat of a fisher- Â¬ man honors slumber in the back part of the storm tossed boat The only case of accident to sleep mentioned in the Hible was when Kutychus fell from a window during a sermon had preached until of Paul who midnight but that was not so much a condemnation of sleep as a censure of long sermons More sleep Is what the world wants Economize in anything but sleep William II Seward the renowned secre tary of state in the midst of his over mastering toils longed for this capacity to rest writing in his memorandum book have never found but one invaluable recipe for having a good nights rest and that is to have been restless and sleepless the night before When President John Juiuey Adams and the distinguished Josiah Quincy went to hear Judge Story lecture on law to his students and when invited to sit boaldo tho judgo and both foil asleep tho judgo appropriately pointed He to them and said to his students of early rising hold the evil effects In Hible times when people arose at the voice of tho bird they retired at tho time the bird puts his head under his wing One of our national sins is robbery of sleep Walter Scott was so urgent about this duty of slumber that when arriving at a hotel where there was no room to sleep in except that in which there Was a corpse inquired if tho deceased had died of a contagious disease and when assured ho had not took tho other bed in tho room and fell into tho profoundest slumber Thoso of small endurance must cer- Â¬ tainly require rest If even tne glaut needs an iron bedst oud Notice furthermore that Gods peo ple on tho way to Canaan need not be surprised if thuy confront some hort of n giant Mad uot tho Iiraclltish hoi flucnecs latitat of Ids - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ had iron ile enough ulvemly Nol Hod Sea not enough Water famine not enough Opposition by enemies of orÂ¬ dinary Mntiiu not enough They must meet Og tho giant of tho Iron bod Nino cubits wn the length stead thereof and four cubits tho brendth of It Why not lot these Israelites go smoothly Into Canaan without this gP gantic opposition Oh they needed to have their courage and faith further tested and dovelopedl And blessed tho man who in our time In his march toward tho Promised Laud does not meet more than one giant Do uot conclude that you aro not on the way to Canaan because of this obstacle As well might tho Israelites con were they not on tho elude way to tho Promised Land because they met Og tho giant Standing In your way issomeevil pryponsitj some social persecution some business misfortune somo physical distress Not ono of you but meets a giant who would like to how you in twain Higher than eleven feet this Og darkens the sky and the rattle of his buckler stuns the ear Hut you are going to get tho victory as did In the name of the God the Israelites of Moses and David and Joshua and Paul charge on hint and you will leave his carcass in the wilderness You want a battle shout Take that which David the live footer assailed Goliath tho nine footer when that giant cried with stinging contempt both In manner and intonation Come to me and 1 will give thy llcsh unto tho fowls of tho air and to the beasts of tho field and David looked up at the monster of braggadocio and defiantly replied Thou contest to me with a sword and with a spear and with a shield but l come to thee in the name of the Lord of hosts the God of the armies of Israel whom thou hast de- Â¬ fied This day will the Lord deliver thee unto minu hnud ind I will smite theo and take thino head from tjiee and I will give the carcasses of the host of the Philistines this day unto the fowls of the air and to the wild beasts of the earth that all the earth may know that there is a God in Israel Then David with probably three swirls of tho sling about his head got it into sufficient momentum and let fly till the cranium of the giant broke in and he fell and David leaped on his carcass one foot on his chest anil the other on his head and that was the last Hut be sure you get of the Philistine the right battle shout and that you utter it with the right spirit or Og will roll over you as easily us at night ho rolled into his iron bedstead Hrothren I have made up my mind that wo will have to fight all the way up to tho Promised Land I used to think that after a while I would get into a time where it would be smooth and easy but the time does not come and it will never come in this world Hy the time King Og is used up so that ho can not get into his iron bedstead some other giant of opposition looms up to dispute our way Let us stop looking for an easy time and make it a thirty years war or a sixty years war or a hundred years war if we live so long Do yon know tho name of the biggest giant that you can possibly meet and He is not eleven you will meet him feet high but one hundred feet high His bedstead is as long as the conti His com nent His name is Doubt mon food is infidel books and skeptical lectures and ministers who do not know whether the Hible is inspired at all or inspired in spots and Christians who are more infidel than Christian You will never reath the Promised Laud unless you slay that giant Kill Doubt or Doubt will kill you How to overcome this giant Pray for faith go with people who have faith read everything that encourages faith avoid as you would ship fever and small pox the peo ple who hick faith In this battle against KingOg use not for weapons the crutch of a limping Christian or tho sharp pen of a eoutro versionallst but the sword of truth which is the word of God The word IT is made up of the same number of letters as the word Og and it is just as big a giant If the Hible be true If tho soul he immortal If Christ be God If our belief and behavior here decide our future destiny If If If 1 hato that word If Noah Webster I say it is an says it is a conjunction armed giant Satan breathed upon it a curse when he said to Christ If What a dasthou bo the Son of God Against If tardly and infamous that giant If hurl Jobs I know I and Pauls know know that I knowln whom my Hedeemerlivetlt I have believed Down witlt tho If Oh that know and up with giant doubt is silch a cruel giant It uttneks niany in tho lajit hour It could uot let my mother alone even in hr dying moments After a lifo of holiness and consecration such as I never hoard of in any ono else she said to my father Father what if after all our prayers and struggles should go Why could she not after for nothing all the trials ami sickness and bereave mentti of a long life and the infirmities of old age be allowed to go without such a cruel stroke from doubt the gHut Do you wonder I have a grudge against the old monster If I ctuld 1 would give iiim a bigger bounce than Satan got when hurried out of Heaven the first thing he struck was tho bottom of perdition Another impression from my subject The march of the church can uot ho im Â¬ peded by gigantic opposition That Jsraelltlsu Jtost led on by Moses wa tho church and when Og thy gitwt him of tho iron bedstead came out aiust hiii with another host a fresh Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 things must have looked had for Israel No account ta given of the bod stead of Moses excopt that one In which ho first slept tho cradle of aquatic vegetation on tho Nllo where tho wife of Chenephrcs tho Icing found tho floating babe ami having no child of her own adopted him Moses of ordinary slzo against Og of extraordinary dimensionResides that Og was backed up by sixty fortified cities Moses was backed up seemingly by nothing but the desert that had worn him and his army into a group of undis Â¬ ciplined and evhausted stragglers Hut tho Israelites triumphed If you spell tho name of Og backward yon turn it Into tho word Go and Og was turned backward and made to go With Ogs downfall all the sixty cities surrendered Nothing was left of the giant excopt his iron bedstead which was kept in a museum at Hahhath to show how tall and stout ho onco was So shall the last giant of opposition in tho churchs march succumb Not sixty cities captured but all the cities Not only on one side of Jordon but on both sides of all the rivers The day Is com- Â¬ ing Hear It all ye who are doing something for the conquest of tho world for God and tho truth tho time will como when as there was nothing left of Og the glaut but the Iron bedstead kept nt Habbath as a curiosity there will bo nothing left of tho giants of iniquity except something for the relic hunters to examluo Which of tho giants will be the last slain I know not but there will bo a museum somewhere to hold tfio relics of what thoy once were A rusted sword will bo hung up the only relic of the giant of war A demijohn tho only relic of the giant of inebriation A roulette ball the only relic of tho giant of A pictured certificate of wat Â¬ Hazard ered stock the only relic of tho giant A broken knife -of stock gambling the onbj relic of the giant of assassina tion A yellow copy of Tout Palue the only relic of the giant of unbelief and that museum will do for the later ages of the world what the iron bed stead of Habbath did for tho earlier ages Do you not sco it makes all the difference in the world whether wo aro lighting on toward n miserable defeat or toward a final victory All the Hible promises prophesy the latter and so I cheer you who are the troops of God and though many things are dark now like Alexander 1 review the army by give you tho watch torchlight and word which Martin Luther proclaimed Ilie Lord of The Lord of hosts Hostsl and I cry out exultingly with Oliver Cromwell at the battle of DunLet God arise let His enemies bar Make all the preparabe scattered tions for the worlds evangelization Have the faith of Robert and Mary MolYntt the missionaries who after preaching in Hechuaualand for ten years without one convert were asked what they would like to have sent them by way of gift front England said Send a communion service for it will bo surely needed and sure enough the expected in gathering of many souls was realized and the communion service arrived in time to celebrate it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ host against ono that seemed worn out oAMrroy f a oomm frwwujm 4fir atf rftlaa fir KELLAM ejifrrt ef fStfrTj F 1BD M aplSlj- wrt S TIMMOND8 sSm to bell o IJNH OP MKXOXANDIIE Iff Abovm salary will m Qood Aokxt 26 Wholesale MT SALARY 8Amved rKDDLlKO Grocert PORTSMOUTH f MR Foa Mid to live agbnts nrSn INFORMATION ApDRKMS CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY 178 W Van Burfli St OjiiCAao MATLOCK wrrM HAZEN III OOk HENRY MCMILLAN CO WHOLESALE BOOTS AND SHOES KNOXVILLE TENN ho above eoodo aro handled CO Hard Green Ky DAY br J A MARKS BROS MARKS AND i CIifMH MOUSlk ii Nos 134 138 RACE STREET CINCINNATI O THE KRUSE 5 BAHLMAH HARDWARE DOMPAHY11 - 10 and 17 West Pearl B trail CINCINNATI O TsiuThe wholesale trade of Eaitera Kt tuoky U r6spootntlly solicited THE GEO W MAIPIN G0MPANYS Dry Goods TALE DEARING A flood Illimtriilloii or tho Wny portM Sproud ill IU Â¬ Wholesale 101 103 Notions regrets The pious Philip of Neri was once visited by a lady who accused herself of slander He bade her go to the mar ket buy a chicken just killed and still covered with feathers and walk a cer tain distance plucking the bird us she Â¬ It is much easier to start an evil report than to stop It Even after a rumor has been proved false the harm It has done can not always be undone Hefore repeating a bit of gossip it would be well to ask ourselves thret Is it true Sec questions First Third Is it neces ond Is if kind sary This practice would be sure to save us from many bitter memories and Â¬ Â¬ and 103 W Fourth Street CINCINNATI O South Side GROSSMAN SCHLEUTKER CO Â¬ The woman did as she was directed returned anxious to know the meaning of the injunction said Philip Uetrace our steps and gather up one by one all the feathers you have scattered I cast the feathers carelessly away said the woman and the wind can led them in all directions replied Philip So Well my child it is with slnndcr like the feathers which tho wind Iiuh scattered they have been wafted In many directions Call them back now If you can Uo hiu no more Detroit Free Press went Saddlery and Harness Nob 74 Â¬ and 70 Main Street CINCINNATI 0 G US Hardware MEYER AVITIl WMKERRG0 O JO MIR RH IN 0 Agricultural Implements ChrUt mill tho MNtrlnttit SiVrli During the past three years there have been a dozen articles perhaps hi Notes for the Curious concerning tie number seven and lis mysterious combinations For months 1 have consid ered tho seven coincidence exhausted jNeY DO YOU WANT TO SAVH but of Into have unexpectedly stumbled onto It again this time it is In the seven FROM 2fl to f0 CENTO ON EVERY last sayings of Christ all uttered from DOLLAR YOU SPEND If bo wiutj ho first was the cross Father for- FOIl OUn ILLUSTKATID 0ATAL00UB give them they know not what they CONTAINIKO ILLUSTRATIONS ANB PRIOBl OV KVrHYTIIINO Mf MANUFACTURED do Verily Luke xxlil SI to day shult thou bu with mo In Para- TUP UNITKD STATKS AT MANUFACTURE 10000 ILLUSTRATION dise Woman ERA PRICns ta Lnko xxlli OtTALOOU ALL LINUS IUritE8JNTID behold thy son John xx M MA1LKI VltBl ON APPLICATION My God my God Why hast Thou for ADDKRSS hitken me Matthew xxvll 10 5 1 CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO thirst John xly 2S 0 It is fin No 178 Wimt Van Rurkn St lshiid John xlx 30 7 Father CHICAGO ILL Into Thy hands I commend my spirit Luke xxlli 10 St Louis Republic Â¬ Â¬ OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA PLOWS FOSTER STOVE COl COOICS MILLS EVAPORATOR CHAMPION REAPERS MOWERS STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS DOORS AND HASH A SPECIALTY Not 110 fc 113 Second Street 1 RONTON 01y OHIO 1 Â¬ Â¬ -- Half the misery In the world comes from tho trying vto look itthtend of tho trying to bo wimt one la not George Maclonald Pan Au lor unla nt Ihm office La4r Note Paper only 10 a quire Call a STA1WERVKS rfea jou uced ilallaaerj 4 Hazel Uheen Herald SPENCER COOPER -- JOHN P SALYER SPEAKS Itllt HflHM Hill tO In Ktimiilo the lmt That In It Not IN IM- Editor KlUTOl M IV jMi nTvv JiiH flkial K H mtrbrJBMmS m krii t iam nrA g 2Tn EsTi C - without variableness or shadow of turning The accomplishment of an object by false HAZEL GREEN KY colons under cover of reticence is uh repre pronounced de hensible April 22 1802 ception iih victory won bymust be candid CnnscUntlv I not only with I UK ihltAll but with Its renders mid co iidjutors In lie up buildlng Oini apace Ih taken up largely his of Demoenitle majorities in this Congress week with tlie Poll and Ad Valorem Tax sloniil district In seeking the position iih delegate to the bill adopted by the General Assembly National Democratic Convention I do no and uigncd by the Governor as we con- - partly to gratify a icrsonnl ambition and trlliitc in inv humble way to jider it n matter of very great Importance 1lrivl tlie selection of a candidate who Iiiin the to thi people of this section undivided support and confidence ot his party neighbors and whose fealty to the principles and organization of the Demo POLL AND AD VALOREM TAX cratiu party is junquestioned and unquestiou i tiiitriiui 10 iinr l iill irxt or tun Measure iih Animiilml unlet whose iilelltv i ami i i an ri nu i1 Adopted nml Hlgued by the Oiivnriior i 1W to frLu Lven Irom the suspicion ol Ol 0 of the most important and fir- - ingratitude one whose public and private While in Cincinnati we got hold of a Stock of Goods reaching bills that have paused tho llf is ree front spot or blemish and above oO cents on the dollar spot cash which we are going to give beyond all and in connection with present General Assembly is that author- - and I want a ciimlulnte who will be elect these We have made one who is not burdened by nor docs to our friends and the public while it lasts iing County Courts to levy a poll and not nurse the iIIku ppolti tineii t of a conspicu- nl noroni tax for county purposes Tlie we are going to show the people we icrds only with Demo- - up our minds OUH Itfeat II1C w lull as amended adopted and signed bv crats and has no mugwump leanings or proclivities one who has a warm spot in appreciate their splendid patronage in the past and we are tho Governor is jih follow IiIb heart for the boys in the trenches and X J lint the Court of Claims or liscal for whose success these boys will willingly going to sell the splendid purchase we made at less than the Court of each county in this Common- lori of a cnndidate the De- - goods can he manufactured for All we ask of you is to give wealth ih hereby authorized to levy and craey of this district wants named at our several collect n poll and ad valorem tax to pay Chicago then I am in line with their de of no irliai existing current indebtedness and sires I am wedded to the aspirations vqui 1 being particular candllate but all to defray tho current and necessary ex inv personal preference is decidedly for Mr i see in yutir paper of recent date allusion to lilt1 UN OCIIIg NpOKVII of iih a suitable w- son to Lo to lliieiigo iw one 01 me wciimm crntle delegates from this Congressional in triet u which Is xpressed as tlu olt condition upon uhiclh I may hope for the support of TllK IlKltAIil III tllliw oilliK IiV the IlilllOlracV of till ciiiiiiiiIhmIiiiiimI district is inv unqualified ami uiicondltinn al Hiipport or TllK Hkiiamim candidate Â¬ Â¬ llAXKI Wkht Iiiikiitv April - I OltKKN IlKltAIU LOOK OUT FOR OUR Trimble Bros WHOLESALE MT STERLING BARGAIN GBOGKB8 KY B ConshnimciitH of produce and the piitronnm of Mountain Mi rchnnts reopen fully Milieituil fcl4lv mmam WMMHKK Friday COUNTERS J It Sharp Urtice Trimble T O Denton SHARP TRIMBLE DENTON MT STERLING KY Will Pay I Ii to Real All Is that 1 un Have now a complete line of Clothing Hats Boots Shoos and Gents Furnishing Goods We solicit an inspection of our goods and guarantee pri ces satisfactory and articles ns Â¬ at recommended Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY that Capital J M 200000 Surplus 30000 I inGSTAFIVPrelhlTnt G i n0UHfv h KIKKlATItICK Vice Prcaiilent W W THOMSON Cashier the -- cpcclvc cumticot Commonwealth of Kentucky Hut this Commonwealth a reliable Democrat a true the intellectual section shall not bo construed so as torn- - ritml of tMc BIJ nu nimmiiii nu mi ciiai 01 anrooiiy 11atu the convention that A look rhorizo the Court of Claims or Fi cal ion of the delegates We are goincr to name a few of the inanv bin- drives Court of any county to levy n tax to pay he has a reasonably fair show to carrv the necessary secure Demo- we will offer vou any railroad bonded indebtedness or any doubtful States his chancestofor the nomina cratic success Good Plaid Cotton sold for 8Jc now pc a yard interest on such indebtedness That the tion are equal to those of any gentleman mentioned in connection therewith Uir poll tax shall not exceed one dollar and New Spring Stylo Shirting Prints fast colors 4c a yard lisle belomrs to no faction in his tiartv he New Spring Style Dress Prints fast colors oc a yard hfty cents on each male person of the is cosmopolitan Democrat in whom both labor and capital confide and well they nge of twenty ono years or more residing Plaid Cheviot Suiting former price 10c now a yard he is a conservative statesman in the county The ad valorem tax shall may for intelligent Democrats recognize the Camels Hair Suitings formerly 20c now 10c a yard Most not exceed fifty cents on tho one hun- fact that the vote of Ncw York is necessary Heavy Jeans two good colors 10c a yard dred dollars worth of taxable property to Democratic success and this being con Heavy Cottonnde worth 20c now 10c a yard ceded with the present factional fight exassessed in the county isting between the Cleveland contingent Cedar Pencils 5c a dozen and the party organization which favors That tho assessment made for State Hill I think it would be the sheerest politiLarge Rubber Head Lead Pencils 10c a dozen purposes when supervised as required by cal folly to nominate either of these distin Falcon Bank and School Pens Go a dozen However from the law shall bo the basis for the levy and guished gentlemen 75 Needles or three papers for 5c plaintive wail of mnnv and the imperious collection of tho ad valorem tax author- demand of more of our newspaper friends Large size Shaving Glass worth 10c for 5c ized in tho preceding section and tho one is led to believe that the Democratic Extra large size Shoo Blacking 5c a box be ollicer who may collect theStato revenuo party would his orphaned were our Orover Good Shoe Brush for 10c gone and nomination now the only in each county shall also collect the means of preventing the disintegration of Good Garter Web 2 yards 5c or 25c a bolt this time honored political organization to aforesaid poll and ad valorem taxes 2 Extra largo boxes Lily White for 5c which we belong Parties as well as indiThat the Sheriff or other officer who viduals should profit by experience and we Heavy Weight Note Paper 24 sheets or 1 quire 5c may collect these taxes shall annually failed to elect Mr Clevelnnd with the power 50 Envelopes or 2 packages for 5c at his boforo ho proceeds to do so execute bond mid prestigei of his udministratioiwith the Five Thimbles all sizes for 5c the effort and now back aiding to tho Commonwealth of Kentucky in lever of the Federal patronage in the hands Extra large Gilt Back Blank Book for 5c to enemy tho County Court of each respective of the of victorywho has the hardihoodcon Wire Garters and Sleeve Holders 5c with Cleveland as our assure county with one or more sufficient sure didate and that too when the Democracy 24 Shoo Laces for 6c has tits in a sum equal to double the amount of his own Statehim byoverwhelmingly pro7 8 and 9 inch Covered Dress Steels 5c a dozen almost unanimously nounced against of tho taxes likely to como into his commending another I have no abuse for Large S inch Rubber Redding Comb for 5c hands for a faithful performance of his Mr Cleveland for he is an able uud distin Large Horn and Rubber Fine Comb two for 5c I in of duty and to pny over in duo time to tho guished leader the our party of whom am Large Double Lock Money Purse 5c common with Democratic masses proper party as directed by tho court proud but the past failure his own ex School and Package Strap 10c wisdom his pressed all money collected by him said bond selection misgivings as to the candidateof and Ladies Hose absolutely fast black 5c a pair us the Democratic to bo approved by order of tho County many unpromising circumstances which enLadies Fancy Hose extra large 5c a pair Court and when approved to be record Â¬ viron his aspirations appear to me to inke Seamless Mixed Socks 5c a pair It nu absolute party duty to select another ed in tho order book and safely kept by I am no hero worshipper but I must con Splendid Fancy Socks 5c a pair tho County Court Clerk and the officer fess that I have greut admiration for the Childrens Black and Fancy Hose 5c a pair leadership partv zeal and Democratcollecting said taxes shall bo allowed skillful up of Henutnr llill nnd believe him ic muke Fancy Domot Flannel Overshirs 25c each the same compensation as officers are to be an honest able nnd efficient public Mens Fancy Web End Suspenders 10c a pair and uuequnled as a politiral leader who collect the State revenue and ho servant do this notwithstanding the unwar 28 inch Turkey Red Bandana Handkerchief for 5c I and shall annually sottlc his accounts with ranted and indiscreet assaults made upon Childrens Fancy Handkerchiefs lc each press whoso bettor the Court of Claims or Fiscal Court as him by his own pnrtv bv fauaticnl zeal for Extra heavy and well made Striped Jeans Pants worth 150 for 100 a pair judgment is beclouded Mich collector and may bo required to the promotion of Cleveland forget ing in Extra heavy Ill rib Umbrellas for 75c each settlo oftener in the discretion of said their ardor for one the great party service Genuine Gloria Silk Umbrellas for 1 each matchless leadership of the other To court by order entered of record a copy and the desire In Mr Cleveland to be them Iarge Fancy Border Hand Towels 10c a pair of which shall bo served on tho officer President is a Democratic virtue but a like Fancy Colored Window Curtains good 5c a yard Mr Hill is a heresy and his settlements shall show tho aspiration in the supporters political in New One dozen Napkins fringed for 25c of Hill In their eye amount of poll tax and also tho amount York with Gov Flower at the head are And thousands of other items we could name at equally of ad valorem tax collected and an item Â¬ machine politicians and hoodlums while the bolters and disgruntled who favor Mr ized statement of the moiioya disbursed Cleveland are reliable and trustworthy Dent- - low prices In addition to above immense bargains we will nnd tho same shall be published for at enttn hi justice to a distinguished Demo cratio leader I want to sav to our Democrat soil to every cash purcaaser of 5 00 or over also to every icani mo wocks in a paper puiiusiieu in Ic friends of the press if Hill is the bad tho county having tho largest circulation man you would make us believe he is please person paying us 10 00 or over in cash on notes and accounts particulars setting forth his tin therein if any be published in tho coun- Â¬ file a hill of and disreputable conduct nnd Democratic for of ty if none then tho settlement shall bo if you cannot do this be content to praise your idol and bottle up your gall or vent published by writton or printed hand- Â¬ your spleen on our political enemies Hills We also give free to every cash purchaser of 100 bills posted at tho front door of tlie chief sin is his great popularity with the Court House and at least threo other New York Democracy If we can consis or more a very handsome gilt frame looking glass or a tently with honor and honesty it is our public places in tho county duty to speak well of our political leaders large size picture or chromo We have the largest Said taxes shall bo due at such times An attack upon the integrity of Mr Hill is virtue as tho State revenue is and any ono ow an assault upon the honor andof New of the Democracy of the great State York ing same who shall fail or refuso to pay which has repeatedly honored him and ex presses a willingness now to coatinuu to do the samo when duo shall bo subject to so tho Hume penalties prescribed by law for If tho sentiments here expressed meet the of tho non paymont of the Stato revenue kind consideration nnd approval LA I TllK Slock in I til I We want your pat Â¬ the State outside of Louisville lit to bo enforced by the samo proceedings 8houidthey fall to do m I will regret it but Tho poll tax boing limited to one dol K1 nt sacrifice my sense of right for a rep ronage and will make prices to secure it tho Chicago rcscntatives fifty cents by tho Constitution i Uoil or HsewlVre Iinbelong to that conven We will also take in exchange for merchandise or on class of nnd this together with tho ad valorom Democrats who will not bend the pregnant knee that thrift may follow notes and accounts all kinds or merchantable produce live tnxiiiioncii to uo Inllptcil hv existing hinges of thu the Democracv of this district fllwninK ir IllW being greatly insufficient to pay oil will name me as a delegate to tho Chicago stock saw logs and railroad cross ties tho existing current indebtedness and to convention imbued with these sentiments I would appreciate the honor If not I mil defray tho current expenses of many ii contented to remain as I ever have been unollicial Democrat anxious energetic not all tho counties in tho State and for the success ol the partv and now having no authority and earnest partisan believing irmly In the said counties n BUIMIjt to supplement tho poll by an ad valorem doctrlno that Mo thu victors belong the Your friend tax to meet such expenses thoroforo an sloIs suykh -emergency exists and is horoby declared M Hose 11111 John PlCnittof tills J nml rrummm this nut shall tnko attended tho Mt Sterling court eireot ami bo in force when approved by P T HUCS AlOIUlliy IllHl tllO former tells th f Snvornnr us mat 1110 stock market was anything j but satisfactory OF EASTERN KENTUCKY Job printing cheap at this oilier Â¬ Â¬ I pom tiffii lSiiiJtrriS BARGAIN TABLES fc We respectfully solicit the business of mer clinnts farmers traders and business men generally throughout Knstern Kentucky A general blinking business done Give us it chance to send you a bank book nay your checks and loan vou money when in need V W Thompson Cash K S STJ1ADER Successors to J A Lail 74 E SON Co Main LEXINGTON KY Wholesale Dealers in Strkkt 11 Straight Kentucky Brandies Whiskies c Wines Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY CIGARS AND TOBACCO Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old Turr and Old Taylor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I J D1NGFELDEH WITH M ROBINSON Importers and Jobbers of CO NOTIONS DRY GOODS AND 1- Noa 537 039 and 54 - -- Wcflt Main Street Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ H IG5 G FEDER BrlnA 167 Untiaa OHIO Â¬ RACE STREET CINCINNATI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i UNDER WKAH SHAWLS HOSI- BRY GLOVES BLANKETS SIS PENDERS nnd all kinds of sniiill wares and other goods in Notion and Furnishing Goods Line H G Fkdkr 300 Co Â¬ Church Street New York iuSpcciiil attention to mail orders R m H HRYAN WITH PEARSOMCLARK -- WHOLESALE y St lk fitSfcjfift fl3 mr vm vasj 12 14 I 9 WEST MAIN ST 6 Pounds our Choicest Coffee One Dollar lexington ky -I- ti-ie KY 4 Â¬ WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER N Â¬ Â¬ General Merchandise II WITHERSIOON 11 D niNTER President Cashier j Paid up Capital 20000000 I I This Hank solicits the accounts of mer tluiiiK farmers traders and husiness men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its customers every facility nii the most liheral terms within the limits ot octlHlv legitimate hanking Surplus 0000000 I1 ROSE sTbeBUSK IMtACTICAL I J T DAY TIIK CO Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers HAZEL GREEN KY RlackMiilthlng of all kinds holicitcd and e make a special work jiromptlv done of building --Miorto wagons and guarantee all work NOTICEAII who are Indebted to tlu firm or either of us for work must come and settle and cash orsatlslhctory terms u III be diinaiided lor all work none nercniier Thanking vou for past patronage nnd v nu J llcillng a continuance ol tho same j f fr j I respectfully ItOSF A DkIUHK Hazel Gkeen Herald tttttl IIiikii Inrjror circulation in Wolfe Morgan Hrciuliltt tluut all otlivr papers in the State anil iiiorcliautM in Mt Sterling Win eliester KuxiiiKton LoiiInvIIIu and Tliiein llllti will till I It T1IK IIKHT MKDIUM through which to Hueitro Mountain Trade ADVtiHTISIXO HATKS TKANHIKNT AdvertiHenients inserted for less thana months will he 75 cents an Inch for the llrst insertion and - cents an inuh for eacli nub Keiiuent iiiKertion tOrlL TKANHIKNT ADVHIITIKINM hi iaid in advanoh inch J iuchcn 1 MUST htandinci advkutihkmknth - mouths 1- 7 50 11 t I A inches ineheH inuhcM ri X 15 75 2J X inelies 2i 00 Liberal rates on larger advertihenieniH made known on application Local notices to be interspersed among reading matter 10 cents a line with a dis count of J5 per cent where they run a month or more Obituaries tributes of icspect etc 1c n line Count six words to the line and head We will write money with the manuscript wliituiirics and publish at 5 cents a line Marriage and death notices not exceeding en lines solicited and published KltKK ii IAYAIIIBQlAKTIKlY ON DKMANI SPENTKH COOPKIt Address llael Green Ky Mills koii Ukoulak Aovkktisino Mrs Phrebo Yocum of Kzel who wna visiting friends at this place last week has returned home of Jackson n former Hazel Green Academy was student of visiting friendH here last week Hruco Little WOLFE COUNTY 11 F T Ciiuiiiton Currency A 0 Hvrd will wxni have his new You will please find ciicIohhI SI for house completed which you may send mo your valuable G W Drako has purchased of J 1L DKAlKUB IN paper for tho next twelvo months as it Jlollon tho house and lot formerly owned will givo mo the news and also tell mojhy A T Hurst of my old friends of Texas My girls G T Center has been at Clay City Nannie and Mollio say they would much during the past week overseeing tho saw Â¬ rather do without their breakfast every ing of his limber at the Clay City mills Sunday morning than to bo without Tiik A A Stamper is off on a business trip HiniALi You will aUo find enclosed 1 to Oklahoma City Oklahoma Ho will for which you may send my brother perhaps bo gone for three or four weeks Buy your goods wliilo thoy are cheap and now is tho time your paper for one year You may ad Â¬ C M Hanks Sr is now very low It dress him Andrew A Adams Whites is thought by hiBittcnding physician J burg Letcher county Ky Hoping you H Stamper M D that ho will not will Bend me your paper my family joins likely recover and this is our reason Wo want to buy more goods me in sending outthcir love for the good Work is starting up again on Win L old Hkuaui is business you sou Wo aro not in business Hursts brick dwelling Ho is building Yours with much regard stories high merely for pleasure nor for health but for the profit ami a brick C2x52 feet two Jkssi Adams When completed it will be by far tho the wuy to mako it profitable is to sell cvorybody And tho finest house in town t lcopleH Convention way to sell everybody is to sell cheaper than anybody Ami W N Allen the representative of The voters of tho Tenth Congressional is what we are going to do for Cash or Country Pro Â¬ Allen of Milwaukee Wis district who favor financial reform will Almater duce meet at their respective county scats in was in town Saturday and Sunday Ho have extended the Credit System until wo are compelled to closo cur mass convention April 30 1892 at one has now gone back to Lee City in which books and wo respectfully ask those who owe us to come in and pay part oclock i m and proceed to elect a vicinity he will take up a lot of poplar or all of your note or account Trusting you will heed this we remain County Committee of one member from ash and piuo timber Very respectfully Ac CO II F PIERATT Jeremiah Elkins has moved into G each voting precinct and delegates as follows Breathitt 5 Clark f Fstill W Kobinsons new dwelling which is C C Hanks has 8 Lee Elliott f Floyd 7 Knott now ubout completed f Magoflin 8 Martin 5 Montgomery moved into tho Isaac Elkins property 116 W Third 113 CINCINNATI O W 5 Johnson 7 Morgan 11 Menifee 7 which ho purchased some time ago MM Mr Mnm Ir BlSnlfrTlfr EiSkSfr MrH a IHTTtI m StfMAXUFACTUKKItS Pike r Powell o and Wolfe 8 to the IL P Duff has moved back to town and WIIOLKSALK iL JHUI iii s eWjMiga u s n iii j ai now occupies his property that has been Congressional district convention to bo by C C Hanks for some time by W H CILLIS held in tho town of Campion Wolfe occupied KiiOUTiu April P county Ky May 7 1892 to nominate a Would Ititthrr Do Without llrcukfnst Toiiuknt April 20 1892 Spkxckii Coophr Dear Editor Mr PIERATT J PIEHATT H F PIERATT CO CfflNHAb WmQWWOBM LIVE STOCK COUNTEY PRODUCE Good People Play Progression Dont that that RMWc rB 5 FEDER SILBERBERG Street Represented CO i mr a iiiy m D G Com us and family Mrs J Taylor Day nnoV little daugh- Â¬ Mr and Mrs Wells who have been ter Daisy who have been visiting relavisiting relatives and friends in and tives at Mt Sterling for sometime past around Hazel Green for a month past returned home Tuesday left for their home at Bedford Iowa Scott Lacy a brother of our fellow Friday Mrs Wells is a sister of W T townsman W G Lacy accompanied Caskey and she and her husband lived Jen Wells and wifo to their home in here a long time but twenty years ago Iowa and will in future make his home they left for the west and thero they with them have Binee resided They like that country very much but think Hazel llegistcr Swango and wife came tip Green has improved wonderfully during Tuesday from Frankfort to spend a short their absence reason with friends and relatives at this Wixolkss April 18 16000 Square Foot of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed place and the Judge wanted to be here W IJ Hays who has been with ub frfrfr3OaC0OOfrOOOOO fOOOQO000 of the rtnnwnedtfcS to cast his vote for Joe Kendall for Con- since tho dormitory was established in Wanted Sole proprietor jrSole proprietor of the thniotiH HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL gress NERVE KING Ore hundred teams wanted to log along our town and who was a faithful emThe only remedy that in Aolri on nn nliKO tin K U railroad between luck ho a and XFor the permanent cure of IniiiH in the There will bo a meeting of the stock Â¬ ploye of that institution left for his Clny City For particulars addresN lute iruiirnntee to cure all 1iiIiih nnd flluok nnd all dlNorden of the Kidney Floyd Day AcIich Crumps uud Colic Dinrrlxen Dys JIioukuiiuh oi cer and Uriiiarv UruniiK holder of the Hazel Green Fair Associ home at Bridgeport Ills this week Seutery etc lined intcrnnlly mid oxter tlflcatex ol thone who have ucd thin Hay City Ky Will Hays made many friends during ation held on the first Saturday in May J lie iietrt Mnlinem in the worlil remedy will he Kent on application nully PRICE 25 CKNT8 Job printing cheap at this office officers for the ensuing year and his stay among us and with them TliK lUlur 1 to elect Q0DI6il atMae Hkrald joins in the best wishes for his President Rose requests a full attend 0rFon Salk iiy Dituo Ktokes and Countiiy Storer Evkrywhkrb 8 future prosperity m m m m mn Aa ance at 2 p in Â¬ candidate for Congress and send dele Â¬ T Pierutt will preach at the gates to State convention June 8 1892 IYnnk lohnnon school house on Lacy J E Quicksall Chairman reek Sunday at lOiflO oclock County and District Com Wantkd A middle aged woman to I wish to say to tho good people of cook wash and iron for small family Apply at this Hazel Green and Kzel that I wish to good salary to right one return them my heartfelt thanks for the ollice many favors they bestowed on me in W O Mize enrolling clerk of the my distress since tho fire I hope and Senate camo up Tuesday to see his wife pray the good Lord to bless them if I am and son and remain over until after the never able to do so myself I do think election they deserve my thanks May the Lord bless us all and help us do our part in Married on Thurbday the 11th inst by Kev J T Pieratt at his residence developing our country and people in John H Urooks and Miss Mary Lacy all morals and Christianity Tin Hkkald will please publish Yours as ever of this county Kev J MORGAN COUNTY Mujtown MInhIIi Miss Ada Wills is improving slowly but the doctor thinks surely Anderson Ayers has been very sick but is somewhat better today BEST Mrs Wiley Carter of Bonny was vit Ring relatives and friends in and near town last week Mr and Mrs E IJ May and little Carl were visiting Saturday and Sunday at J B Cecils and J D Henrys on Ulackwater The Business that is not likely to be profit- Â¬ able in the end is moving on with its usual activity in and near town A hint is not a Patent Paint but the best Paint can be made to the wise is suflicicnt by an cxpcricndcd Practical Painter with tho assistance of E W Meeks W W Mankcrs boss is guaran Â¬ the latest improved and powerful machinery miller last week came near getting cut Will cover one half more space up with the circular saw So near that teed to give satisfaction Sent freight paid for his watch chain was cut oil close to his than lead and oil mixed by hand reliable dealer wanted in each 150 per gallon vest pocket Ed it wont do to monkey Sentl for color cards etc to town with a running saw mill Nice growing weather and this reKY minds us that corn planting will soon be tho order of tho day and that Joe M Kendall will bo our next Congressman and Grover Clevelaud the next Presi Â¬ KY CATLETTSBUItC dent not of the Democratic party but of Tho Largest Drug House in tho Ohio Valley the people of tho United States Manufaoturors of 828 REMEDIES that aro Bold by tho Dozen llPN w Paint IS THE Best is the Cheapest 8r0ne M It that It Â¬ Lion Paint and Color Works LEXINGTON WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS Â¬ I WM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m en aaaaa m m m of Morgan county was hero Tuesday with hid horse Forrest Stonewall and will again be here on Tuesday May 3 for throe days after which ho will return every two weeks He certainly has in Forrest Stonewall a very handsome horse J B Cecil Do not fail to rend the mammoth advertisement of J T Day Co which appears in this issue of our paper The list of bargains therein contained is the grandest ever offered the people of this community and people with a litto cash money can buy a multitude of goods A badge with the name J M Davidson engraved on the back There is a small gold charm and pin with mon Â¬ Lost Â¬ ogram of J M D on the pin Thero is a Greek inscription on badge It was Hon Joseph M Kendall was a guest lost April 4th and the finder will bo of the Day House Friday and left Sa liberally rewarded by leaving at this urday for Menifee Montgomery and ollice Clark counties to see his constituents Our young friend W G Lacy will Go to H F Pieratt Cos and buy resign tho position of Secretary to the If not satis the wire nail at Tie per lt llnzcl Green Fair Association at the factory when tried money refunded meeting of that organization in May H F PiKUA rr Co Mr when his successor will be elected Lacy has held tho position since tho Ollizen of Hazel Srecn mid vicinity enn association was organized and it will be secure xtntionery of any kind they niuv h hard to secure a man so generally liked hire by calling at this otlhe Wu have Jiiht received as Grant 10 lb Ledger Paper Udh Journal Iaper lJ Itt letter Paper Our old friend CIiim K Habicht who H lb FooUcap Paper was a faithful attache of this establish Mo Commercial Nolo Paper rt ttt Legal Note Iaper mout for fourteen months ending last 1cad IomcIIh 1eiiK Ac November la again with us The people All of the hcttt ipiality and sold at the of Hazel Green were glad to welcome lowest prices We have alno a Kiipplv of tl u lliuHi iriuientHiuiioncry him back and those of hia iiinrv Akkt k IKlhlKLU Iflftlllll illtff ever xcen in ras hlllf tan Ifllllll iiiih nn nuiHMiiiji Iriull iiiivMi mini- i f riontls who liuvo not yot seen him may till kiu IU1 0j1 ju rwiek vto and will print Ii id him nt Tub in Hiram ollico nt nil and furiiUh It uvoquunihicw tiit mill at ilia thin ollice cull when timet where ho will bo ready ami willing lowest rntei vmi wult Wor or lirllllllg ofany kili ll to wait on them tf have money Â¬ Our bctter has a scarlet geranium which is in full bloom and measures 7 feet I inches from top of ground to top tUT M is the largest specimen of of plant It mm am mrm T ma Mmrmmm iI this geranium we have ever seen and we should like to know if any one has Executed at this ollice in the highest ever seen a larger one style of tho art uud tit KutiHluclory prices Hale bills tc Work S P Davidson and J W Hatcher of Notoheadfl envelope promptly done and nothing but the best ilc Floyd county were guests of tho used Send for eHtimiiteM Day House Friday They were hero in material the interest of their kinsman Hon J AY HOUSE M Kendall and left for homo Siturday Hazel Gkken Ky MltB LOU DAY IroprietrexH after subscribing for Tiik Hkkald Thni house ban been recently refitted nnd sup Hon W M Kendall of West Liber Â¬ roliirnitdiednnd the table in at nil time Kates plied with the best in the market ty was a guest of the Day House Fri- reasonable Hatnple room attached and spe day and was assisting in counting nut cial rates to commercial men Patronage aOly respectfully solicited tho tickets for his kinsman Hon J M Kendall and ending them to the several J A TAULBEE counties in tho district J J 2Rittttttt NEW HOUSE NEW GOODS NEW PRICES r vvvvvvvwvvl T Dealer in General Merchandise CAMPTON KENTUCKY To the People Are von tired of paying old arcoiintN nnd long prleen and do vou want to find a place where vou can huv goods with no Iokm of tliuu AT PKUKH TifAT JKFY COMPKTITION and where you will not le charged with the Iohh that follow u credit system If mi call on me ami I will uxc every effort In my power to muko our hiiftiuciiii iiHHneintlou both profitable uud pleamint With thaiikH for your pntrouuyv in the pant and hopiiiK to have u liberal Hharu of the Haute in future I am OKO W ItOniNSON Mnt reMpeetfnlly aVMaVHaW1 Ik D Â¬ l iiiiassiesaisaiaiiaiasatiBiiiaaiiaiitifaaasjBBBHBjiHBjBjn JAY-EYE-SEElM i Â¬ Â¬ N TH Physician and Surgeon Hazel Green Wolfe County SKXIF J2W -- e Mb 1 T run if Mflnknri Irnvii ffarm hnrnt AfUirtrylnji 3 of JuyKye Hee lUolne Wlawya every known remedy I removed a large Bunch m of two yoam nUndlng from a S yer old Ally S with tbreo applications of KENTUCKY TV It J F LOCK II ART QUINNS OINTMENT Ittn the leat preparation I have ever used or heard of 1 heartily recommend it to all Iloraemaa X t DENTIST KZKL tan KY We have hundrtdiituch tcBttmonlalt MmmmmnAr uabk VIBBBlBJiMBlSHl S do 8 S S S S I S I S IS B I PrlceaiflS ter bttle Askyourdrunistforlt If ha not keep Ittwml usaic statu t or silver for trial box CO Whitehall N Y W U iiDY ent builneaa conducted for Mearata Ftat CareaU and Trade Mark obtained and all Pat Oar OWee It Osf eiH U 8 Patant Omce and we can secure patent In leaa tine than tboio remote from Washington Bend model drawlnK or photo with description We advlae If patenublo or not free of charge Our fee not doe till patent la secured A Pamphlet How to Obtain Patenta with names ofactual clients Inyourtttate county or town eent free Address Â¬ ii I I CASNOWCO OpjeiHa Patent OIHet WatkbiBlon D C The uuderNlued taken pleiiMire ii aniiouiieiiit that thev lliiive -111 completed ur t raiiuenieuta with the American llooi t oinpituy that will eiiahlu him to hell me acliooi hooka adopted hv the Htate Hoard of Kdiieatiou tit the followiuv reduced ratcn a J Itiiya New Kirt Arithinctle McdulleyH Small Primer li ii Second Arithmetic Hk HevUed Primer ii it M 17 Third Arithmetic Kclectlo Speller K oO Key In anme 17 First Header II IV M Illyh Arithmello Second Header II Kev tojaame Third Header iJ 7i il M McfltiflcvN iNt Keleelle neouranhv W rourth Header t it tt -jf I 10 Ii r 2d Kulectlo JeorHpliy KInh Header f 1 II tOi td Kclccllo Geoirrunhv s 5IX I II ttattsst The above aehoobhook publleatloiiK of t e American liook Oompaiiv are well knowitV Ntanihirda and we hIiiiII at all times have n full aupply on IihiiiI for aale to hoIiooI ofticerwi lencher or puplU nt the prlcen iuiiiilmI Other nclitMiMiookn published by the American Hook Cotnpuuy 137 Walnut Street Cincinnati mipplhid at correapondlHjtlv low prlcen CO Unvt Orccn Ky J T DAY 1 I f GIBAPEH SGIOOJy BOOKS V Hazel Green Herald SPJCNOER COOPER FuMkknr KY DAZIL GREEN ON THE CREST OF THE HILL the brcczo was chill Where the sunset lingered Iok and Into Dlio usinlloof fate Many nhd mnny ti time wo stood Oh tho pods woro good I Wo two nlono on that lonely height In tho lading light Iillto Bhadowy Rhosta tho sails swept down Past tho quiet town And ovor tho dim whlto harbor bar Sbono tho llrst pure star Oh sweet grow Tlio lircczo wnn nwcot and On Hint Inr brown hill And I watched Its splondor tho bliss dlvlno Through tho sunsot glow VltKnoiiietlmc8 not oltcn Of jdir hand In mlno And HtHl tho hrcczo blows over tho hill And the faint star still Bhlncs through tho dusk and tho boats go by Neath tho darkening uky But the star and tho wind and tho dim swoot fCIV Aro no more for mo And no tnoro for mo Is tho hand I prcssod On tho hills brown crest Mndolino S IJrldgos in Leslies Weekly AP Lucy nature- x SffiemPoypffigx f lv SjaaJdUiur CONTINUKD CHAPTER IL - with her proud impatient had wondered sometimes at Olivas sistorly feeling for tho Chulloolc girlsThere was no one in tlio villago who had not been surprised at tho second marriage of Olives mother the widow Winileld Why a woman with - her natural relinemcnt should have taken rough Tom Challock was a mystery indeed and yet such mysteries Tom was a are found everywhere widower with two daughters of his own and tho girls seemed to talce more kindly to Olive than he did For in his coarse way ho let hor sec that he did ngUjvnnt her under his roof and she ccrctly longed to find a shelter else- Â¬ Ry and bj perhaps sooner where she dared to expect Michael than would have made a home for his promised wife but meanwhile tho waiting was as hard as Tom Challock And already Lucy could mako it Cromer had suggested that it would be iJXiW V0U I OOKIXCJ INTO MY rUTLTE JJatrscottage t7lave better to go away and earn her own frjflrt faFoir than live in her stcp you said anything to Michael about my planyLucy asked after an other pause if it came to nothing he would bo disap AM if it could only be carried out how happy I should be Lucy hcThncwasso sliorf you know and ToJ replied Oliyc with a sigh pojnleb I believe it will be carried out Lucy said quietly I lor ryes were gazing through the little window at the bit of evening sky that could be seen under the heavy thatch Tlio sun had gone down leav- Â¬ ing that pure and peaceful light that belongs to the evenings of early spring landwLuCvV- seemed to guzo as if sho BMiiiil 7ivV lmvn nnmirrh nf ltvitimiiit v lOnfforvtwd slicrnttoiidiils were outlined Â¬ -- upon that clear baokgromd and once or twice thoy trembled u little at the breath of a soft rviml Olive sat bilontly on her stool y the couch her hands wero clasped round aUer k iees her heart had gone out lifTQVlTcr jovr traveling away througli tho dusk to the great city She almost started when Lucy spoke again What words were these her friend was darklyand delicately tyiumyou aro 2fotJJoeonnitry toy iUjJi Jjlud that you once sweet memories You must not drop your habit of watching tho clouds and the changing lights and shades oven whon you havo lost your old green Dont take the world into your fields soul Getting nnd spending I - thing come between you and your in London Olive you Ijad a homo You must not let any Â¬ broad there they Iobo all their early communion with nature and forget how well they know her when thoy were young Some day doar you may bo thankful to Have pllmpic that will make you leia for- Is often so with those who go to dwell in great cities and earn their Tho wont- Is too much with us late and soon wo lay wasto our powers It Mrs Challock did not disapprove of Olives intimacy with her next door neighbors but she was slow to believo that her daughter could really learn a useful art from Lucy Cromer Vcggy and Jane looked on in wonder and doubt while Olive wove her garlands and Tom Yhallouk laughed the whole bu1 iness to scorn So Olive wants to go to London and earn her living does she he said about a week after Michaels visit 01ivo Well Fvc no objection but dont tell Oh no murmured Olive with a sigh me theres a living to be made out of f feel that it takes a verj little to Its natral enough that make me perfectly contented Hut men posy making she should want to bo running after arc different I suppose they want iar more than we do and they must strug- that young man of hers and keeping a Its my belief gle till they got it For my part Lucy sharp eye upon him I should lovo to live in a cottage with that hes too high and mighty for Michael and be just myself Hut he Olivo Hut if ho hadnt cared for her he wants me to be more than myself I would not have come here again daresay he is right to him I must seem cried lane a very ignorant uninformed creature Peggy shook JYou arc not ignorant considering Sho was sighed and woman her head a young who was an- Â¬ that you arc a village girl Lucy naturally disposed to soo the gloomy The old vicar who helped swered Michael so much must have been your side of life Im afraid father is right she said friend also It surprised me whon I He is very high and 1 think he came first came here to find a girl who was a reader and a thinker Take courage partly to show himself off appeared at hist then Olive herself my child you are not as far behind tho open door and there was a Hush on Michael in tho race as you suppose And if if our plan is really carried out her face which told that the words had oars Her mother who you will learn a great deal with your reached horgavo sat sowing her a quick glance uncle Wake Olive said looking up sudLucy denly you havo never told mo how you eame to know anything of my uncle Wake A slight Hush rose to Lucys face and was gone in an instant Mr Wake keeps a second hand book shojvin the Strand she replied qulqtly A friend of mine who was very fond of books used to take me there often and yourunelc talked as only those who read can talk It was a pleasure to go to that shop soino of the happiest mo- Â¬ ments of my life were spent among those piles of old volumes and Mr Wakes cheerful voice and kind face can never bo forgotten That man un Â¬ derstood everybody and sympathized with everybody I believe He was a large man with a lavge heart lie gavo people chances of snatching little bits of happiness Oh Olive I thinly an old book shop is one of the most deUK S TOO HIGH AND MIOHTV FOIt OMVK lightful places in tho universe If you happen to bo missed no one thinks of and a little nod Sho did not wish her looking for you in such a dusty musty daughter to pay any heed to anything retreat The most glorious fragments that Peggy or her father might say of life are often hidden away in dull Mrs Challock lived on tho wholo spots where few can Hud them be Â¬ poaccably enough With her husband tween tho dingy covers of some of these but although she would not quarrel ancient books ono might eomo upon she quietly Tcsentod his unkind ilow dllTerontly poems that sparkled and glowed with speeches about Olive Immortnl light and beauty Some of ho had talked when ho camo courting J our brightest memories aro shut tip I tho pretty widowl Sho was a weak TO HE CONTINUE believe in tho dimmest nooks and cor Â¬ woman and sho know that hor second A Euro Sign marrlngo was a mistake but sho would ners of tho world Why look at tlio Beach house It not let the wholo village know hor Ollvo looked at hor in silent surprise appears to be on fire Tlio beautiful worn face had grown secret Well it isnt What you boo is cig Oh Ollvo what havo you thoro young again tho eyes woro Bhining askod Jane suddoulycatchtng sight of arotto smoko Tho Palo college gloe But you lovo tho country dont you Uhje olub has arrived the figure in the doorway Imoy she asked after a pauso Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - But Lucy I am not going to Lon- Â¬ don to bo forlornl cried Olive re- Â¬ proachfully Mchaol is there Michael is there Lucy said calm- Â¬ ly and for his sake as well as for yours I say again dont take tho world into your soul Great artists tell us that if they paint a landscape without a glimpse of sky it depresses the guer Never let the sky bo quite shut out of your life It may soon be done Olive when wo begin to build walls around us we dont know how high they will rise when we plant our groves wo cant tell how thickly they will grow Always leave an opening through which you can see Heaven Olive looked at her and was struck by the light on her wasted features Lucys life was widening at the close her view of Heaven was broader than it had ever been before and tho glory that she saw was rellectcd on her face which was as the face of an angel Oh Lucy she said in a timid tone I know you are much wiser than I am and I sometimes fancy that you can see farther into the future than others can Arc you looking into my future and seeing things that you will not speak of plainly Do not frighten yourself about my forecasting my dear child Lucy an- Â¬ I can foresee swered very tenderly no trials in your life that a brave spirit cannot live through Only I would warn you not to part with the very portion of- yourself which will enablo you to bear those trials Keep your old trust in a Power that is over all listen to the voices that tell you of that peace which shall assuredly follow the strife Do not let the world so blind and deafen you that when sorrow conies the true light may shine and the true voice Oh Olive it is not speak in vain is to be feared it is the trouble that loss of those qualities in us which help us to meet trouble bravely But Lucy Olives lips were trem Â¬ bling 1 shall have Michael by my side and ho is so strong Think of all the ditlleulties he has conquered Can bo afraid of anything while he takes care of meV Lucy was silent for a moment It was true indeed that she saw tilings in Olives future that she would hot plain- Â¬ ly speak of It needed only a little knowledge of humanity to foresee that this girls deepest sullering would come to her through the man she loved I am afraid you dont like him the What has he said poor child went on displeases you Ah I am disap Â¬ that pointed 1 thought you would say I was tho most fortunate girl in the world Lucy bent forward and kissed her I shall like Olive she said gently more of you him better when he thinks and less of that great idol success I see that he is clever dear very clover in his own way and so determined that ho is almost sure to win the things that he is seeking Only I could wish that he had eyes to see the treasures that he passes by while ho runs the race I wish that ho would sometimes give a thought to those things that aro not won by mighty effort but given freely given by a Fathers bounty and love Surolv life need not be all striving - Yes fttill again Lucys fuco grow pale and bo here I am resting before I go to Yes rest I feel that it is good to I wish you would not talk so Olive said with tears gathering iu her largo brown eyes Lately I havo thought you better dear and Michael told me that yon were not us ill as 1 had led him to suppose You could talk and laugh with him nnd It made mo happy to see you so bright I would do a great deal to mako you Lucy answered stroking tho happy girls smooth cheek And now that the spring lias come Olive 1 shall be- Â¬ gin to teach you my craft You must go out to morrow and gather Knots of tlowcrs ud buds and garlnnds gay cunning and quick pupil My lingers havo not lost their old I know that 1 shall have a Come nnd sec said Olivo vanish ing and Jauo throw down her needle- Â¬ work and ran after her Tho two girls stood together outsldo tho cottage and Ollvo displayed a wreath of fern and moss Btuddcd with bunches of violets and primroses Even Jane Inexperienced as sho was could see that the garland was tho work of artistic hands the ilowers had been arranged as delicately as If a fairy had touched them It was an odorous chaplct fresh from tho kisses of April showers And this is your doing said Jane admiringly and people would buy this thing in a London shop Well I am sure they would in spite of fathers sneers He knows nothing of great towns and their ways old Fenlako at the lun is a good deal wiser than SCHOOL AND CHURCH Mr Edward Coloman of San FraJ nas given sr0000 to endow f professorship of apologetics in the Coe gregatlonal Theological seminary gj California Fifteen per cent of tlio student attending Sydney university in Au tralla aro women whoso advnn2l ment there Is keeping step with thoi progress in America 1 Miss Julia Dickinson of Coldwate died recently at the Hahama islnmlj and among other generous bomiestssWJ gave 40000 to Oberlin college half f0 the endowment of tho ladv nrinclnniti 18 l snqi nun lnun ior pnysicai culture train ing There aro about tJ00000 Prc terians In Scotland There arc loy places of worship in connection wltt the church of Scotland and lfi7ri j connection with the Free and United Presbyterian church In all a2J3 oi more than 1 church for each 1000 ol the population Missionary Review The Pope passes a busy and hard working day he rises at six and imti two oclock when he dines ho is continuously occupied except for a brief promenade in the gardens of the Vatican at noon After dinner he rosti until four oclock when he begins a series of duties that keep him busy until nine at night at which time he cnti supper This last meal of the day isj most substantial one It is composed ol I roast meats eggs and champagne cup with rum or maraschino in it N yl t orio Tho American Pible society has de cided to make an exhibit at the Worhli fair in Chicago in IS similar in mnnj respects to that at Philadelphia in 1076 when specimens of Hiblos were shown in over 200 different languages It ij proposed also to provide for the saleol the Scriptures and for their free cli tribution to foreign visitors The nec essary expense will be provided for outside of the regular funds of the society and considerable sums have al ready been given for the purpose Ily the will of Klias C Hendrick son who died a month ago at Ilollis L I several thousand dollars are left for religious purposes Among the bequests are 10000 to the general synod of the Reformed church for the support of indigent young men study ing for the ministry 810000 to the board of domestic missions of the Heformed church 5m000 to the board ol foreign missions of tho same church Sl VJOO to the Reformed Church ol tjueons the sum to be invested in real estate The Allen Methodist Episcopal church receives SoDO and the Reformat church receives 00 to be used in paint ing and repairing A curious lawsuit has been instituted in Shenandoah Ya A few Sundays ago the wife of ftavid Jones brought their infant child to tho Epis copal church to be baptized Refore the ceremony began Jones arose and exclaimed Holdup If you christenE that child you do it against the wish and religion of the father I am an English Hnptist The wife said it was her wish to have the child christened and the minister proceeded with tho core- i ciaco 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ father Olive moved from her seat and sank down on her knees with her head on 1 something else for me she Try to love Michael for my sake Try to see him with my eyes and feel for lum with my heart Lucy smoothed the brown hair away from the young face and soothed her with loving words as though she had boon a little child This woman who was going out of the world pitied the other who had to tread the old thorny path She had been loft upon the road alone some had hastened on before some had loitered and stayed behind the hand that had clasped hers had sud Â¬ denly loosed its hold and then she had stumbled blindly on in utter anguish and desolation but that misery too hod passed away All that remained to her now was peace the end was near the tired feet had only a little way farther to go Sho would not paint a blissful picture of Olives future and so lill the girls mind with false hopes nor would she even promise to love Michael for her Anil yet she talked in such a sake fashion that Olive forgot her dissatis- Â¬ faction a dissatisfaction which owed its origin more to Michael himself than to Lucys lukewarm praise of him She spoke of the right way of living ones life of sympathies that throw out tendrils and clasp other lives of that unspeakable calm which comes to those who are true and who love truth even if their hearts are torn with suffering And Olive hearing her friend speak seemed no longer afraid of anything She took Lucys hand and looked at her with grateful eyes I shall never forgot your words You have made mo feel she said strong Do Lucys breast entreated Olive smiled well pleased with such simple praise She was happy this evening the light wind milled her thick hair and blew it into little curls and rings about her temples her eyes were full of sunshine Tho letter which had come that morning from oiivks oazi was tops rixKD fi oy tiii trie CHAPTER TOOK TANK ill Michael had made hor very glad and already she had forgotten the words that Peggy had spoken a few minutes ago The kingcups will be out soon she Lucy tells me that she has said made lovely sprays of them for the ladies in town and yet who thinks of them here Only the children who gather thorn by handfuls and throw them away They last a long time with their thick stems and shiny yellow flowers Your heart is in Loudon Olive Jane remarked keeping back a sigh Olive answered And yours too hanging her wreath on a bush and be Â¬ ginning to walk towards the garden gate Jane followed and they crossed tho road and stood looking across the A fresh odor Held to the low hills came from the damp grats and from those white violets which grow profusely under the hedgerows in spring and above the slopes drifted one or two lleeey clouds touched with tlio iirst gold of the sunset The undulat Â¬ ing downs with their soft curves rising gently against the sky aro the chief hi this quiet charm of Hampshire country haunted by tho tinkle of sheep bolls and the bleating of flocks there is no sternness no rugged grand cur it is a pleasant dreamy land of pastoral delights where one half ex Â¬ pects to meet Corydon and Phyllis he with his oaten pipe she with her belt of straw and ivy buds just as they used to be when the world and love were young Olive said Jane resting hor arm on tho gate and speaking in a low voice did Michael say anything about Aaron in his last letter Xo Olive answered with a pang of Michael has a great deal to regret think about you know His mind is full of plans and he can write of noth- Â¬ ing else Yes Jane said with a patient little I suppose all clever people are sigh something like Michael they are too busy with their own ideas to spare a thought for tho dull ones And yet what good thoy might do if they did give a moment or two to those who arc slow of mind They wore like brothers once Aaron and Michael Olives gaze was fixed upon the tree tons outlined darkly upon the pale blue of the evening sky but although her face was calm the pain at her heart was sharper than ever She would have given anything that she possessed if she could have truthfully contradicted Jane Hers was a nature in which truth had taken such a deep root that it could never bo up torn It was always there the strong consciousness of right the sweet stern sense of justice and faithfulness Have you hearU from Aaron lately she asked after a pause Jane I had a letter this morninganswered still with tho patient sadness It is a strange letter It in her voice makes me feel as if ho woro a prisoner You remember in Doubting castle reading to us about Giant Despair Well It seems that the giant Olive has got poor Aaron into his power and I am afraid ho will mako an end of him Â¬ - clergyman arrested under a law which states that a father has the spiritual niwl iuuiiay Mll j in 1 iiii iijii nil I JI miuii 1 nun I iiiu 1 lil it irrivos at the aire of nml uritr The case has been sent to court where it will be tested SCRAMBLED A irl ifi inn n 1 rfirtitl rif litw fliilil nn j 5 OR SCAMBLED unit jjj Ilttlo Discussion mill a Colored lttvi ti a Hotel AVsiltiM said a at the St James as he concluded an order which ho was giving to a colored waiter Tho gentleman woro a little I pointed rod beard his features wereotP classic mold and through his pair of irold riniincd lasses he looked with an c eggs did you say repeated the col- ored waiter and he laid emphasis on The guests the absence of the r raised their eyes from the plates upon which they were intently lixci Scrambled eggs repeated the guest air and with the he drew his silk handkerchief from lnsj pocket and wafted it in the air justasif he woro u young lawyer endeavor- inir to make an impression onl Scumbled eggs an old witness again repeated tho waiter and thistiniel he gave the order without waiting for any professional reply Thereupon tin waiters burst into a hearty laugh in which the cook joined and the waiter who had omitted his r was asked in what part of Ronton ho had received hi education Ill make a bet said trie vomnr waiter that scumbled is the And bets were made correct word all readily accepting tho offer Then dictionary was obtained and therej sure enough the word scumble wai found The meaning given is to stir orfi to shako In the old editions of WetM ster it is stated that it is equivalent tJ tho word scramble which has uofl usurped Its place The waiter sticks t his assertion that he is right and the unirorslty professor says it is the first time he ever heard kuuIi il didactic dlr uussiou among a number of coloredl hotel attendants St Louis Globe-DemocraU Him YVmituil And scrambled eggs gucsl air Scainblcd a L1 to KIioii J nnt with Ml IIopplu to match a pieco of goods suppose wed hotter go to Chintz Pop lluH first Mrs Iloppin No indeed wo wont Theyll bo sure to hav it thcro Pucfc Ml Mnti i fcfArMtiir HOMEf hints and helps PET NAMES All Poopls Do Not Hats tho Same Ideas Ilesprotlns Them The terms employed by tho people- of one nation ns tho choicest phrases in - HowVi Thlat ity of wutcjwilUfc diRolvo a laro mount of suffnr Christian Union Hat mtfnufacturerH uso borax for issolvinprsftcllad to fonq a Htiilcnini or felt Jiatfj inndo of wool A woalc olution of borax is used after tlio felt Jbody is proofed to wnsh from ilia f jurfaco any excess of stiffening not re- S Frosliriir A vcrv nlco frostitic mnv e nmda without ctnrs ns follows Mix old wlitorwitli riiilvorlzed sujrnrtotho otislfitcncy of a stiff paste Spread vith n silver knife A very Htnnll qtmn Will U I roit IIJMJli 4 IYoo Press lln Tft im r t t UIU JilUU Ul 1 li LII13 llllli t UC I Very rood dislielotlts mny licero- hoted in plain stitch from the string Inch comes around bundles They ihould be washed and boiled weekly ishpan dishtowels afterthey become linty my be doubled over slightly quilted it Ii the needle and wear well as disli otlis Also ttibleciotiis worn out as ich may renew their youth in the Id parsnips itli a brush used for cleaning ree- t 11 11 i Dies nerane oir tne sicin cut oil the ip and the small end of the root slico utfthwise not too thin for frying- par il in water and when slightly tender p in Hour and fry brown in sinok- g butler lake great care not burn and not to break slices They e apt to stick unless butter is very t Ihat is why I say smokinc but- r and I do not mean butter either orohed or burned Salt should bo ded to them while cooking- in the iter Home Koast Heart Prepare tlie heart r roasting cut some of the fat off e top plit the heart into boiling- water 1 let it Minmer for twenty minutes op tlie fat very line put with it a If pound of stale bread crumbs a ispoonful of chopped parsley a little n rmd of lemon peel chopped line ne salt pepper and nutmeg- and one to bind the stufling Mix well and the openings of the heart Take a iece of linen large enough to cover ft top of the heart and sow it round lis is to keep in tne dressingIonst eft Bin one and a half to two hours bast- lie often with the drippings When ral e remove the eloth and serve very he with a rich brown gravv poured r it and curvnnt jelly in the sauee- tlit oen - Housekeeper lie 1 - Fried Parsnips Wash M - - - thoir vocabulary of endearment aro often employed for quite the opposite purposo by other people One of tho most familiar and most coveted phrascB of endearment among tho French for instance is my little pig nnd my Httlo puppy dog is also much appreciated When n French husband calls his wife a cat she does not lly into a passion Thr world never snw n larger crop thnn of resentment as an English speaking tho ono which row from tlio seed sown by tlio rilprim Fathers when tlioy planted wife might do under the same circumon American Boil their Dausvlllo stance but takes it as a gentle compli Â¬ Brcccfoot ment Tho Trun Inxatlvo lrlnclpto On the other hand if ho were to call tho her a duck as the American husband Of tho plants used in niiintifiicUiritiR perpleasant icuiedy Syrup or Figs has a might his wife she would be very much manently botictleiul elToct 011 tho human offended system whilo the cheap vegotablo extracts Not long ago in Germany lotters and mineral fioliitlous UBunlly sola as modi are permanently injurious Boing written by the late Count von Moltke cincs informed you will use ilie truo remedy well to his betrothed were published In only Manufactured by tho California Fig these tlie great bolditir freqpenlly Syrup Co called the lady my little kernel of Onr of tho most persistent forces In na- Â¬ coffee ture is tho needle which always carries its This strikes one as a very queer pet point and always lias an cyo but for businame and has suggested to a cynical ness Lowell Connor authority that in view of the writers Mil M A MuuitY Wilmington Del my little writes sharactcr and profession I had one of my severo headaches grain of powder or my little lump and was persuaded to try your valilahlo of lead would have been more appro- Â¬ Itradyurotiiiu medicine J never had any Â¬ thing to do mo so much good priate In England moppet and mopscy It is well to be kind to dumb animals hut are favorite terms of endearment for a innn is rarely justified in borrowing little girls and sweethearts Uoth of money to buy a dog Oil City Blizzard those words signified originally a A suoiiTCO n ir neglected oflon attacks kind of cloth or rag The name was tho lungs nanuss HuoNCinu Tttoctircs first given to a rag doll and eventu Â¬ give sure and immodiuto roller Sold only cents ally came to be applied flatteringly to ut boxc Price the little girl who owned tho mop Titrs moon is abovo all human follies and pot nlways looKs down on lovers Elmira Ga ettc A persons individual likings and occupation frequently supply him with BnnciiAMs Pn19 aro not a now romedy terms of endearment A farmer some Â¬ They bavo been used in Europo for SO years all well tested and excellent times calls his little girl his colt and a well known fisherman to whom MATCHin That Miss Wallposio Is a the creatures of the brook wore as the matchless girl Yes she scorns to be Hoston Post apple of his eye used to begin bis let- Â¬ Shoisar ters to his wife when he was on his Actous Vocalists Public Speakers praiBO fishing expeditious with the words Hales Honey of Horchouiid and Tar My dear Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute little speckled trout Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cure by Halls Catarrh Curo P J CiiBNcr tt Co Props Toledo O Wo tho undersigned liavo known V J Cheney for tho last 15 years and bellevo him perfectly honorable in nil business transactions and financially ablo to carry out any obligations niiulo by their firm West Hi Truitx Wholosalo Uruggistw To ledo O Wnldlng Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Curo is taken internally acting directly upon tho blood and lhucous surfaces of tlio system Irlco 75c per bot tle Sold by all druggists Tostlmonlalp free Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for nuy easo of Catarrh that can not bo v copYmoHriooi I3ESS DO NOT BE DECEIVER with Ilisto JuiaincT and Falnta whleb ttaia tlio hnnila Injure the Iron And burn off The HUlriR Sun Htore lollitj U SrlUiantOdor less Durablo and the consumer pays Xor fiotui or slas packaRb wltn every purchase Â¬ Ought to besniallcn tho pront griping old fushioncd pill Theres too much unpleasant iicsb for tliOi money f Ought Ho bo better too Theyre vbig enough and mako troublo enough to do more good tybicb Piapo Decide dealer can show them to yoir or well send on approval at our Thats just what Dr Pierces own expense Write for in-Â¬ moro good formation Pleasant Pellets do Instead of weakening tho system they renovate it instead of up setting they cleanse and regulate it mildly gently and naturally Pievpo Conjpaoy- - 3ostor Theyre the original Littlo Liver Pills tho smallest but most effective ELYS purely vegetable perfectly harmless Only ono UKhAMiiALM and easiest to take WCAtHnhWK littlo Pellet for a gentle laxative vrlicn applleil Into tho rnMm vr Head- nostril Sick threo for a cathartic tII1 tin nt ache Bilious Headache Constipa- nor bod otTtfctunlly tion Indigestion Bilious Attacks rlonnltis tlio liomlor ciiinrrlinl ylriin ciuii and all derangements of tho Liver liie heultliy amotion rHAYFEVR Ii Stomach and Bowels are promptly Hon Hllnya tiillitmnmprotect tlio relieved and permanently cured iiiembrnno from atttll i Theyre the cheapest pills you can tlunalcolds comploto- ly licalntho oorcn ami buy for theyre guaranteed to give ntorociiiiof tuto UW is re- nnd unrll satisfaction or your money turned You pay only for tho good TRY THE CURE NAY FEVES A you get Its a plan peculiar to Dr nblepartlclo appllod into cucli nostril nnd Is iiKtco lrleofliiit DriiKUim or by KlV llltUTIIKUS SdWiirrcnStroit Now York medicines Â¬ POND You can try them well tell ytu what G IVERS that after trying the Iver fc PooI ATA3RM Â¬ Â¬ mm 1111UI - T- Â¬ l Pierces 11 1 - oi cli o NEW EMBROIDERIES Variety and Vcrv Itenu llful y Are in Jreiit ainsook and cambric embroideries trimming cotton dresses are in open gns copying those of the faslnona- laces Senoa point guipure etc y come both in ecru and pure whito inlatching patents of four or five dif- Off nt widths Some have nearly ies ight edges with shallow scallojis ers aie nointcuf witli each point ore lnee five or seven scallops while ind others arc merely edged with eyc- ten or kops Scroll patterns stars ind els md ciiinnups dcsiirns diamonds n lish f lis and trellises are favorite all her embroideries wide enough to and e the entire- waist of the gown or joke and sleeves or else a corselet io worn ovora full gathered corsage iicli rtions for belts and collar bands ual n all the new designs Iiibbou em- undories with button hole spaces for ity nig ribbons through promise to bo icre more nonulur than thev were ijyear and come in various widths ip that like narrow beading to inser Â¬ ts an inch or two in breadth Diago- eueets are now in embroidered open es with wheels or stars or bios- wrought between For close work lower baskets bow knots and Hut- g ribbons remain favorite patterns etty effect is given by ecru designs icor white cottons r of Jjuroderl dress patterns of whito i an colored nainsook or Cliambory are in blcdaJl dots with a border of llowers colicnottod ribbons above a wide hem on JPc skirt with narrower trimming esUffhe corsage Sage green or pale- vaving stripes of embroidery are ipon xci effective on ecru nainsooks and are manv pretty designs in lilac uesl pale blue on ecru batistes Com- and ioiis of bluo with ecru and lilac his green are seen in many of the as il pring fabrics Ilurpers Inar vor- - cal pal led A joint debato Haggling over the price roas- t- TheWorcestor Ciarctte published tho of a sirloin particulars of a remarkable euro that burly A curntT to tho family The scion who is outrivals the celebrated case of John Mar Â¬ trusted by everybody N Y Journal shall of Hamilton which floated such a Bousatioii throughout tlio country The par- Â¬ nALr a loaf is better thnn a railroad sand- Â¬ ticulars of the case aro vouched for bv tho wich Kato Fields Washington Albany Evening Journal recognized as tho IcacUic newspaper at tho Now YorltBtato capital and one of the loading papers ot the Theio Is thorctore no United States There is ease for those far room to doubt that the particulars of tho cao are accurately and carefully sot forth gone in consumption not in every respect true and must therefore provo of tlio deepest interest to readers recovery ease uiuruioru iiiu uiulh is cuiuiueuweu iu uicii careful perusal There is cure for those Youths Companion I have Tried - EisEwurrn in this issue is the new Jive cent package of Pyles Pear line and like it j Ir by WJ decidedly economical for use economical to hand to serv ants no waste by upsetting Â¬ n CWT PcaiHncisvimtt peddled- gives - no prizes is Tin wasn is slehdor and craroful in his movements but his attentions are often too much to tho point to be agreeable Biughamtoii llcpublicau AtWA s i - - not far gone calling -- Tramps food Tackmi for Fish V FoT hasto a special delivery Stamp a veil Rtiiunino sweetness Kissing through ran go Tnr good cooltphould be given a wido but tho going There is prevention bet- Â¬ Manufactured only ter than cure for those who are threatened Let us send you a book on XC f I LW I mfJ careful living and Scotts Emulsion of cod liver oil even if you arc only a little and further I know when a gro cer tells me this is just as good as or same as Pear line he docs not know the truth or else is not telling it JAMES lYLE New York a firizc in itself ATTENTION WORKINGMENI r RI A MT VrIM 8 IP SO GATIIHR t0 UrTTKU YOIMI fONDITION UP IOUIi FAMILY AND OtTFIT AND COMW TO Â¬ It is not tho coining man who gets there A thin Superior iOI Free New York wiscdisi A ROBBER OR THIEF Ih better uh goHpol noon talker Js ono who never says too State prison faÂ¬ much Mhn of positiveoonvictions inmates Lowell Courier Scorr Uowhh Chemists 13a South sth Arsnue Younlnicpit OU keeps Scott Emulsion all druggists everywhere do 1 ofcoj livtr 30 AiofKiv in polities will try to curry vor with a dark horse Picayune to bober relic ciiou A mv lull of Hpiritsisnot naturally given Life BUNTING When you buy llas 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 - Wlicro you can And nliundnnro of work nt pood rulii the best cllinato In tlio United Stab i for the worker No 3lularln rood scIiooIh pood liurclics and lit ttor than nil tlio chnnco of ot tiiignA llOISI AMI LOT In tho heart of tho city on micu HASY TKUMSnH sou can UKADIIY MKIT nnd which will In u few ycursbi very vuluablo THE LAND AND RIVER IMPROVEMENT CO tho iruHiotir of tho TowukUo will noli you mien a lioiiso nod lotus you may need nml penult youto pu for 11 In from lv0 to 150 monthly in ttill meniN- - niiilonclt JustnlUucnt no larper tliuunrontnl of mieh si iroiertv would Ins Tho oltlclal teportof tlio City Statistician shown upwardH of IIBOO Iiamltt emploved In ltiunrlout lndufttrlal tuidhliliipliitfcoueerns and 1 larpo nunilier of additional concerns will Uo located thin uouton many of them employing laro number of lemalo hands You Will FIND this the BEST TOWN in Amorioa to GROW UP WITH J NAMC THIS Tin par ol clerk gives tho business wrapped attention Texas Sit tings Tin ties that hind a business house to the public Advertise I p you have a bono of contention with boston anyone throw it to tho dogs IAlf a Mttrtlm MTlU Kennedys thnn tho lying acalo ngent who toll you truth thul tho - Transcript Medical Discovery Takes hold in this order Jones la 60 5 Ton Wagon Scale A Bin enterprise on foot a man started Uoston Jour to walk around tlio world nul not u Htnndard urolo nnd expinl to any made For froo book and prlco Hat address Jones of BiDgliamton Bingbamton MY i Aiaiost nnv limn ouu bo miulo to Uillc if corkFcrow bo u cd to draw linn otiL lnf falo Express 11 j on I g time nI SHADES OF SILK Its nil up with tlio landlubber whon he Hintrhaiiiton takes his tlrst K a voyage itopublioaii man Who poes to bleep In church mibjoot for con iiiht hu called a napped Star oiMiiion VashInfin for i the Ii in tito Colors That Will ho In Vogue Thin Sciihoii Tin Bowels FLAGS Liver Pensions Kidneys Patents lorltow lMint Inside Skin lntcrilnr VIV RrliilliirPliitur INH0 Outside Skin that Drlvm ovcrythltii beforo lt Send for xCtu t - WASHINGTON PA1R1CK OTARKELT M MUL THIS 1AILIUutr tin jouwril mill KOI lOlilnln u LAW D 0 otigUt to -- FAT FOLKS REDUCED bo out t -- x- - TRACTION AND PORTABLE RUMELY ft NGINES jiti Threshers and Horse Powers IWrltofor IlhihtrntcdCtttalozuo rnallo1 1rea LA PORTE IND M RUMELY CO amitiii PAiiiiifii aiter d in dhii i the tin iade ien Iteret wai Jr orS it I taJ uoMj les to tin first odU loredj lobe- - Mrs ts l Pop on Puck- use of palf delicate colors and met shades of color such as char- zed tlie latter part of Louis s reign is shown in the new There are many wood colors jig from the pale brown of oak to ucate red brown of tlio rose tree it and burnt broad colors aro as cnt in tho importations of silks y sue in millinery and the new S are usnullv if ii i oninv tint link promises to be a very popu lar It is shown in the vturtilish of Ophelia pink as well as in the rellow pinks which are so unlver- bccoining to blonde woman with nplcxions There uro few slindes er more trying titan the Ophelia l iUlV of tho rnso tinlx Hint slmdn genta ihev Live the conmlex- hastly hue because they aro not louy with the tints of the skin r tlio coining shades in green aru resson greens and tho paler hue same color known as These colors are far moro l HUT than llliv nf ivimi tlntu appear again in the La Cigale n cold grayish preen Ju blu i Lily-of-lle- y f I Jromoilliwi NonwrviiiK noinroiivnuloticu Tin professional thief iHSOinot linos oilled mill nolmit nftfln Htrlrlly conlldHiitlnl t bint of prev and yet hoa only u rohbii h7r- tnr lrllir nnl jtinioiillii ildren Ir 0VKSNTliBltAIoVicUorTliHfttronrdttCUlcaaollL liiiiglmutuii Leader NAEIIII3 TAflU ntjlimjoawril -- y yntoiXiltpflrniontlibjIinrinlpMiiorljal Yow need it or not Sold by every druggist hnoiu whether you STUDY LAW AT HOME nnd manufactured by Boils Pimples Blotches ANp ERUPTIONS ON TIIK HODY are indications of Poison in the Hlood and show It that nature is making efforts to throw it out S S S will assist in this good work speedily leave through changes the character of the blood so hat the poison hearing germs the pores of the skin and the poison is also forced out C W IIodkins Postmaster at East Lamoine Me writes that Mrs Kellys son who had been confined to bed fourteen months with an Ahscfss has been cured sound and well The boy is fourteen years old llvsa next door to me and I know the by Swifts Specific statement to be true DONALD KENNEDY UOXKCIIY lYIANS I J CoTNrn Jn Sccv No I TAKIt A COURSU IN THR SPRAGUE CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL OF LAW lmorponted Send ten centt tiimpt for Mttlculiri to mmmriM DETROIT TIIIH Cocoas DUTCH are MADK HY THE WVAMt r34 WiniNrv MICH IMItlltirr Ulocic lln jojtik tEHtL inlilroMCInula uil V1ucCIucIuuaU ml PROCESS Treated with Carbonate of Soda Magnesia Potash or Bicarbonate of Soda i GANGER -- rm nCCriDMITirT fnrcrf UtrUnml lltOl lrvout j ii iii inn raimtni AND TIMOUS CURED I no knife i Hook Khkb miiiuii lira HiiiTIOHV U3 Kim He Cincinnati O nn Ti wnt Tumor ll BWIn uutl XiUUdl ntiil buriilctl rklr mriil horpirtlruurM burKlcl 111 lujitth debilitatedchild T S S S nas ft wondcrf1 efrcct on Children and should Ivs j iven to every weak and Send for our Look on the Blood and Skin SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY Atlanta OR GA iWiTM U JT T J M I Dr Bulls Cough Syrup W Vk I COCOA LABELLED 1 EPPSS GRATEFUL BOILING WATER MILK Tlie use of chemicals can be readily delected by tlio peculiar odor from newly opened packages nnd nlfio from n glass of wntcr in which n small quantity of chemically treated cocoa has been placed and allowed to remain for several days J or more than One Hundrtd Ycitrt the houut of iraltcr Jlaher Jt Co have mtidfl their Cocoa 1reparuHona --VO A It S J U Til L Y V UJt K onmiiuttlvea and iioopla whohnvo wosk lungior Ath um should uto 1Iob Curo for Coimuiiiptloii It has cured one uis not ii is mo Di sicuiiguuna io iuko syrup it Hold tinniiintl tuns not Injur- - COMFORTINQ latent Jroetn Alkali W W f ulu or Jiyts C orerrwnern SSe BAKER K A CO Dorchester Mass - AXK--O K 1387 2 LB TINS ONLY A nrupinup KiiihidiMinaliltl rUfotorlnrCnOIURO crvsieM jtarioiperlencc IBwafrre flclOUKM Osilissll WtthUf Us P rkUt IUU iriW7ttijllU HOIS wnrN wuitinu Vapcr tliat you saw tbe AdvtrtUeotent la lids to Auviurititua ilhash ntlnul untfUHt largo Friday to tlio They wcro not Instructed Convention but the Convention wan dtstlnutly a Cleveland mooting and declared liapref ccxemn and all cronco for tho ox President Tho plat- Â¬ which In admtrablo both In con form blood tout Mini coimtruotlnn advocate tarlfl reform mihI economiu government and niiponcfl tho free volimgo of nllvor without liitornallcinnl Hgreomont The dolegateK ehocen arcfltrong forCloveluudund tarlH It will reform Cured Cnnauuttittoti euro Av 4iit phyHlclan retired from prac Â¬ tice hnvtiiLf liHit iiIiuhh In bin liaudri bv an ICuMt India mlHslonary the formula of i debility and n simple vegetable remedy Tor the speedy tired and permanent euro of Consumption HronchttlH Asthma and all Catarrh Throat and Lung Afleetloim also a posl tlvo and radical cure for Nomina DeblU you will ity uml all Xcrvoua Complaints after having tented It wonderful curative pow ers in thouiuindn of cases has felt it his f DAY wood duty to mnko it known to bin sulll ring WOOD DAY fellowH Actuated by this motive and a ATTOUNKYS AT LAW denire to relieve human HUflorinjr I will Olllec over KxidmiiKi Hank Miiysvlll St Ml Sterling Kv send free of charge to nil who denire It thla recipe in Cierman French or Kng Irneliee In Moiilpuiicry Powell Menifee llsh with full direction for preparing Wolfe Itreatliitt Howmi Miintliii ami Mor gan counties and Superior Conn and Court ml using Sent by mail by addressing of Appeals with Htamp nmning thin paper W A Ndyi s 820 Vowcm Ulock Hoehester UHAU A HIOSTAFF N Y 4yl ATTORNEYS AT LAW Ortrnnluitlou KY MT HTKKIINO In Ixiiug ncnt out from the An nddrcMi of tho National Association Irneliee in Ihe courts of Moiitgomery and headquarter of Democratic clubs at Waxhinglon org ailjoiiiln eoiintles and in the Court ot Ap in tho necessity of pnunpt oUleieutaud peals and Federal Courts general organization for tho campaign Or STAMPFlt It should bo heeded by Democrat ganization is the greatest single power in A careful examination would politic AT LAW probably show that tho doubtful Stales CAMITON KY arc always carried by tho party having the best organization Oilers his professional services to the eiti ens of Wulfe mid ndjiiliilut eoiliilies Will Chiitnherluluiia Ky iitul Hkln Ointment make collections itid reiulltiiuecH promptly A OKKTAiv cure for Chronic Sore Kvch Totter Salt Hheum fceald Head Old Do Business With a Home Institution Chronic Soros FoverSoren Kezenui Itch Irairio Scratches Soro Nipple and lile THK CLAY CITY It i cooling and Hoothing Iluudn ds of case have been cured by It after all otber treatment had failed It i put up in iio and oO cent boxes Forsalu by nose Swango octlyl Cleveland HlIIMMllHV J Mll4HCbllsett elected dele MiiMwdiiiwltN Democrats For Boils Pimpios oarbunolos sorofulous aoros othor ASHLAND PARK STALLIONS 1IKRMUDA iWM YearlliiK exhibition JjlUi iwo yean Id rec three year old record liHK ord i29 third heat fotir year old record 2ii2 live year old reeonf L Oi fourth heal slxycar old trial 2A7 Illack horse lVl haird blub fouled lime lo I88i Ilred at AsliLiud Park HIHKDIIY it A XK Kit III Own brother to lvsaudei sire ol lvsauder Wlllhiui noVJJi WatiatLChief Mild Ivviiriifv mid lvsaudrr First Ham Pattle Iatoheii trial Ji8giandam JtM by Mamhrliio of Ch coi ut Wllks latelicu sire of the dam of Suy Wllkea Aatral 2 18 Itosa Wilkes JI8 J Klvlra --MHi Cleora Jl8ii Iloiirl -- 17 and tweiity niiie otlierH b the 2W list Second dan Maudv by Staiiliopes Hlooil Hawk sire of the daiu of Aliiiout J 7 j 1 and A Icy Wilkes Third dam Tattle bv Downings Vermont Matnhrino sire of tliedaiuof fiiilgmaJ llriiee J40S sire of Kit Currv JIH Itell Wilson 2 Vi Hills Vermont sire r Itouuur Hov 22 and sire of the dams of Â¬ FORjIfe 180 hroil ni u s AsniHiiii rark I AWYMKDIUMW I diseases tak Ayers Sarsaparilla and dyspopala nervous feeling rHv ioj 1 that Has Cured Others oure 1 Hunker 2W Ilora Wilkes pacer i lt Jt I oiii lingers 2 Ac Ilist dam Sally llamlel winner of two year old llamlel stakes In IH7 by Hamlet sire of Lorelta KJ IHJfA V Paiilllud w Truro pacer IWJ X ladv M 22 leon tine JJ Ilrookslde FloraJUtl and the dams of Thornless MHhtfyclouo l 2l Iranby 2UU Jraceful UtJoa and Hani letta J2ll Second dam Sal dam of CoaslerlJiPCap tain Clay Dilliwood ami gramlam of Marlowe pacer 2i by Camilla Chief sire ol dams of Governor 2M ami doe Hooker sire Maud Maeev 2 7 Ac Third ihim the dam of Hole that produced lUanehi -iV by Imp Yorkabire sire of the dam of Ashland Chief aire of lllatk Cloud a 7 Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred sire of Prince 227l ten miles In JSiliSj The Tee of Fayulte Wilkes Is within the reach of all and lower than that of any horse of equal merit in Kentucky Seasoii 1 HAPPY WEST Hay Stallion foaled Mav o tm Sire U1 Nancy Hunks JUiiMajrlu Cobb diisiAfl 2 --Ml amllle Hun Medium 2sWH rlgaillcr Harry Fdfih Sa3 Flwi Uvraia JWKrl2t Jlu ii3j I 1 Â¬ at nr wh nrHioTo iNsrin Abel I Â¬ 11 o Â¬ Â¬ AH ATTOUNKY National banK CIAYCITY KY lie Is a beautiful black with right him ankle white ulands W baud high and Isu perfect horse all over having both iione and subituuee combiuuil with the form and tiulsh characteriNtio of the cross be mo well repre llrtinblutoniau sire and Mauibrlno Ncuts vi Palehen dam This cross stands as the very best because public performances have de monstrated its value Of its iiiauv repre sentatives not one is the superior of llcrmu In for not one has demonstrated the same ability to train on from venr to year begin niug with the yearling lorni Nunu are belter bred or better looking As a sire Ills ttucccs is assured a out of eight his first crop two entered the lil last vear as two vear olds namely Itermuda lto i Hdialf iufle track and Itosumary Itermuda Hoy being one of the largrsl win tirM uolts br niug iwo vearoIdN of 18tl Itidgud at this age no ing folded in 1SSV stallion ever sired more uniform ualuial Me gaited colts withspced unprecedented will land for marcs season of ISDJ atMMI TO IXSIKK the money to be paid as fob KI ut the timcut Nervier and the lows other JUKI when the mare proves in foal lieing limited to thirty outsiili- marcs Par ties wlhhiug to breed to him hail better book their mares early Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 a a 2M Iotirth dam lessiu by Thomas lellerson Outlaw iambetta JiJIi2 2Vxi Pearl JJtl l22li Col Hrudslnnv 22ii Nellv The King JiiH WEST CLOUD Out - of tho dam of Hbick Cloud his sire out of thu dam of Wilson J IDS Ilay horse foaled March ill 1881 Ilred at Ashland Park SIHFn IIY AIIDAIIAII WIvSTJVSII 27i - Â¬ - tAYmiVlLKKSg08C lMsu Khibitiou triul Oct iKM iuehes high foiilcd Iuy horse l bunds 1 IIimhImoiiio piroiiiiitloii to- Â¬ An ordinance appropriating 1000 ward tho entertainment of tho State Pre Association which will meet in Lexington on May 8 has been passed by tho Council of that city Tho Kecoptioii Com m it too have been appointed and it is tho intention of the Press Club of lox ington to make this the most successful meeting over held in the State Ivy Capital KIOYD DAY 00000 FKANK II Charles K Hucliauan of Hazel tireen write That bottle of Chamber lain Cough Medicine I bought of Rose A Tone the other day lias worked won dors My sister could hardly move and Livery Feed and Sale Stable could not sleep for couching and Hpittiug HAZEL GREEN KY blood Tho first dose gave relief and she is doing wiill now KtVUouhlc and Single Valuable Iurcliose Kigx anil Sadille Horses for hire Parties convey Crab Orchard Sprinirs ha been sold to ed to any point on reason a syndicate of Indianapolis capitalists able terms who will convert tho famous old waterlog - will also attend to all calls for aucplace into an institute for tliebi cbloride of gold treatment for tho opium and tioneering and solicit busluesi of this kind Itespeetfullv tc liiUor habits Tho price paid for the JOHN ll IMKKVIT was 100000 new owner Tho property nave bought of Keeley tho sole right for the use of his remedies in Kentucky CO and propose to establish at Crab Orchard one of the llncst Hnnitariunis in the conn- WIlDllSVIK ii 1K11S IN IUSSKI1 S1UKD IIY CKOIUIK WIIKK-SJ- -Cuslder Juv Wilkes Sire of llarrv Wilkes IMUJ No Hunk In KiiHtern Kentucky has better Mike Wilkes pacer- - lV WIUou 2 I vaults nor liettcr facilities for keeping your So wo --M7j Wlleox pacer --MlPi -- lii Joe actiiiiol MaiuiKed entirely livhome people ItiiHii Wllkis 1218 4 Willon 2 III who know you and who are always ready to nccoininodatu you Mares bred by the season not proving in foul have the usual privileges of leturu I breed sound highly finished trolteis and r4r Money to loan on reasonable rates have for sale high bred colts aud fillies out of producing dams by a greater number of prominent sires than any farm In the land Call on us For sale at prices based on actual individual merit 1 wish to farm or breed on the shares twenty approved mares For further In for- million see the Catalogue which eau be had Ashland Park Farm Lexington Ky Mares kept at regular rates on application The hanilsoinest noii of his great sire aud the haiulsoment of an trot ting bred in the Inited Slates May l 1S7H lresiikiit Sire of Wilkin JJ7 First dam Ihe dam of Illack Cloud - 17 by Pilot Walker pacer Second dam the hike Pacing Mare NoTi Abdallah West JiKlliv Allie West first dam MInn Coons dam of Wilson J 11 t by Clark Chief second dam Ohio bv American Clay third dam brought from Ohio and represented to be bv ltrowua llellfouuder Abdullah Wet died at six years old He was the most promising colt ever bred West Cloud U a rich mahogany buy Ifi hand iuehes with black inane and tail and black legs extending above knee- and hocks He is a powerfully built home for his height and has the most finished set of feet and lees it is possible to get on a horse of any breed As a two year old he gave evidence of being possessed of remarkable speed us with little bundling be trotted a hall mile in 18 I mmiiI miles in his work in - IJj At tin co years old be was not t ruined owing to a ery severe attack of pink eye He al o did no work on the track as a four vear old Asa tive yearobl be was Jogged ami trained lightly more lor the pur pose of aseei mining if he was entirely re covered tlcin with a view ol testing his speed In a few mouths he trotted ti full mile in ills and half in ll The season 181MI he served a few mures of my own and was not put to work until September and his improvement was most remarkable He repeatedly trotted halves in 110 anil I am lolly eouviueed he will with u seiisons training trot in J JO I will let him serve twenty mares neusnn of 18 outside of ten 0 INSIUANCK of mv own at Money due when mare proves to be in foal -1 I Â¬ Â¬ Mrst dam Mamie West di if CuhhhIh three veiirold record Jir Adeline 1MI lo Wyiit Hank a 7 three vears old Ac by Allle West 7 l sire orfiMvett 31 Clint ley Frlel a III Is Frank Champ all Aiv Charley West 3a nj ltaehel 11 ia8 also sire dauis of Mollie Wilkes aaj p AH1e WHkp aaj l l ltue aal 4 West Wilkes aa Second dam Madam Headley dam of Mlas Mabel winner two vear old Kentiiekv Breeders Stake 1881 and Hapliliiu ihim ot Lockhart il4 by Slanhopea Edwin arrest 8rit sire of llarrv 8lunhopo 2111 j son of Kdwin Forrest 10 sire of Hlllv Ho kins 2at l l Clianipiigne and the dams of So So a 17 1 4 dam of AIISo asJiMs Maiubiiuo Dmlloy Unilon JP O Ao Third dam Mrs Stanhope bv Mauibrlno Chlefl I sire tif Lndy Thorn aDJ Wood lord Mauibrlno a2H and four others Ills sous sired Loudon 220 Pnneoio 221 h sire of Patron 214 4 and 70 nth ers His daughters produced Piedmont 217 l l Director 217 sire of Direct 2IH 4 pacing 200 Margnret S 212 Ac and 21 others In the 10 Hat Fourth dam by Hunts Commodore sire op dams of Commodore Helmont tslre of ar rte Helle 2 2C Doneaster 228 4 Jeru ilium 2 2Sj Ac and MainbruiiellosIre of Sadie Howe 221 Tom Hrilton 22o Ac Fifth daiu by Copperhottom grandsire of dam of ltoMllud 221 aud Donald 227 Notk Happy West is a rich miihogiinv bay 10 hnnds 2 liches high and a horse of elegant style with us good action as uny son Happy Medium ever sired as nt two vears old be could trot in 210 and would have trotted in 2 10 at three years old had it not becu for an accident on the cars bv which one of his hind legs was injured causing him to have to be thrown out of training In tills horse I have the utmost confidence as a great sire being by Happy Medium one ol the most noted of the son of Humble Ionian and out of a daughter of the gieat Allle West the second dam Is the dum of Miss Mabel and Itaplilau who is her first colt produced lockhart with u reconl of 2 10 It is my intention to stand llappv West the season ot 1802 nt INSFHANCl thus nlbirillng an opportunity to farmers ami breeders lo secure the services of one of tin greatest speed producing rt nresentntlves in the country at a nominal price as lie will br limited to 10 mares Parties wishing to breed to him should apply early No other son of the great Happy Medium out of as good i dam stands at such a low tigure but I ant determined to let the public test his merits ns a sire believing In the near future he will bo among the best in the country 1 1 1 llde 1 a0 Jini 1 1 1 J H PIERATT B J TREACY g KENTUCKY jN CENTRAL RAILWAY R NJ I jBaL aaaaafeafllaaaalElk III1IK UHASS IKItTK LaaaS LaPOlaHateaaaaK Â¬ j2k SHOliTIvST AND QriOKFST HOITK FHOM OKNTUAL KKNTUKY NOKTJI II JOINrM FAST WKST TO A lr LOUIS STIX AND SOITIIWKST FAST LINK HKTWFKN IFXINO- TON AND CINCINNATI HaySeiirnuiK in Kfpwt Nov l I81M No j WmTomrr4 WBRivMK GOLD DUST t supremacy there A For lame back there is nothing better than to saturate a Manuel cloth with Chamberlain Pain Halm and bind it on tho iiUcclcd part Try it and you will he surprised at the pnunpt relief it nf ford The same treatment will euro Third Itace and Colon Sis rheumatism For sale by Iosu lone CINCINNATI We carrv the gooiU dial will suit votir Xngroe doing Wost trade and our prices are TMK IOWKSi So ninny ncgroe are leaving the liV Special attention to mall orders publican county of Christian Ivy to get free home in tho Oklahoma Territory that the white man and brother of tho XT II MAUlIN I o p in that county are no little alarmed over the outlook for a change in political Dry Goods notions c D H CARPENTER CATiKiTsnrnc No 1 Ml 1 Afcnm Sot Tit llOlM I Kxiiress I Fst iniiuniiti Covington Paris Lexington Paris el MKapin I S 18am iWimi rtll lMiiulo piii l Hhin II Srpm ft IOmiii1 li IxSiiu - iVipiu t Dailv i ilipm it 7 llipm inipni WlucheHter tripin Itleliiiiind Livingston oipiu i riojnu Corbin Miildlesborougb 7 jiiu Cumberland Otip 7 Vmij Corblu Ie o07m l v iiiiainsnurg iipni Ar ilJOpm1 leinei 1 lelll ri2 uTnimi lOuii 7Vpm fl 0pm I Ouitritntoetl Itemed Megrlmlne tho only permanent cure for all form of headache and neuralgia relieves tho imin in from 15 to -- 0 min For hiuo on positive guarantee at ute TjiF HKirAiD odlce or sent postpaid by mail on receipt of price fiO cent a box WIIOL1XALK DHY HOODS NOTIONS IIOOTV SHOICH Ac fcOly KY Vlpm I pin Ar riliOpni Stanford No Noiitii lloiND - Hallv 1 Kiehiuoml lanenster Ii I i No 1 it- Â¬ Killed tij u FatlliiK llock Louis Ceorge a white miner in mine No at Hlocton Ala was instantly killed by a falling rock from the roof of the tunnel Tho rock weighed several tons and the unfortunate man was mushed to a pulp 1 Ll7pm nanio mentioned in the newspapers was A NiiHduy Hohool Siiiicrluteiulout rlam o Ii pin i ttured of rheumatism by Chamberlain FuilorMON 1 I 11 pm r 11 00am lipsi 1iun lialm alter trying other medicine Ukobxtaut Dorehontitr Co Md March H 01 iiiid treatment for thirteen years For A iohoUr In thu M K Hunday iohool ot S II Knott C P Atmoiu ien Pass Agt wlilotl I am buporlultndoiil 1 know whi oom Tratlle Manager Halo by Kose A Jones lioUtsl to tUy at homo on auoouiit of her all leiieral Otllees LouNe Ky uiont ciiltiHo Qti or lht uioiilhi hut lnoo S F II Moksk Asst ten Pass Agt Niileltln of n llininincr uiluit latur KoonlKi Ntirvo i onto tho altoudu Office Chamber of Commerce Untitling rfUtuarly I thluk thoouro tho mint rumaik John Uecse a Imisvillo drummer de- ahlo 1 Imvo ovor ioia or lioanl of ami thU Cincinnati Ohio liberately throw himself in front of a NorToTonlo loorvtn tho hlulit ooouiluma It Daily lo all points except Rowland No I Division which Is daily except Sunday Main at Humboldt Tonn a few day haa my ullvst eudoucinoiiu A HiJliBE JU JOHN No J Huns dally except Sunday from niucc and wa instantly killed Lexington to Cincinnati VnlitMble Nfirvoui Ccilnr Orove NtooU l iimt froe LNL L and poor patleta can aaUo obtain No I ltuns daily from all tatni ex llmiv out Ilxk to nyddrei No ltuns dally I i T Mock of Danville savs Mr I llULa tlila utuUlcliie ire of clinrve cept the Itowiaud Dlvinlou which is dally irepanl by can cheerfully recommend Quinn Oint- Â¬ Tlda rninedr baa boii wavne IuJH tho IteverenJ except Sunday ainco HT- - aud KoonlK No I Polly except Sundav ment to nil lioruenieii as the very best pior prepared of Fori dlrooiluu bribe Uaow undor Ida No I Dally between Cincinnati and Lexremedy in use Would not bo without IdCXIMilON Kv illLtoll KOENIG MltD OO Chicago III Spavins Wind April s iw J it For Curb Splint Win Nos and l make connections enlargement give it a trial II I103WICLL IMiotiii moit per Dottle O fur 95 chester for points on the N NA M at F D pull or any Hold bf UniiTKiata at SI V The jll lly cclel litil C For Hide by Hoho A Jones Larv UUe M170 O HotUea fur HU n There has been added an Annex with ao No I Carries thiough ears from Clinin MVirylnnsteil iiati to Mhblleshoiough and Cumberland large well veutlated rooms SlreUt ars lire Mild at this ulllce ut 10 nut a il i n ONT fnrj et the fact that you oim Ian mid all Intermediate stations nod rnun puss ihe door every five iiiiniitva Located iitul tin The trotting horse b worth what he can pnicil in town ut a apiMwithin iwosiuarcH ol depot get tin lii H uiitiK paper at tills oilUr dam in cold cash turn 7 VI r 10 VII HuoroMH wrttot A Anloluo ot Uotuuto To Tte Iter An fursil aui ablo to Juiltfo I thluk or Kootiln Notvu Tonla it a iwroot tuoout Aiiyotio who MUllored Inuii a moit imtntul A gentleman in Union county Mo uurvouiuota a 1 did 1 tool Ilka myiou ajalu who is too modest a man to have his alter taklutt tho Toulc 1 plWKPEf Mtuu lord errwxa hERveToH1 ltichmond Ar Jcllteo Ie illlamsburg Ar Corbin CiiiiiIiiI lineaster Ie Daily 7 HI am 7 No 0 Dailv F Sun I On in I i 10 AIrfoct iuple Miilillesbnrough Li I ia in 8 01 ii nil 8 to a in OlWainl I I 1111111 ltor Corbin Livingston Livingston Uiehtuouil Ar Li ei i 01111111 7 li 8 ri am f 0 J a in It Ulitin II loam I JtCi a in P II pin1 Winchester Pari Lexington Paris Covington Cincinnati Ar a lTaiu Le 7iHiuii am lopni 7 pin OOpui t 15 i JA i7 pin pm pm Â¬ PIHPc Hi 1 Â¬ I - This combined young stallion will make the season of IMlJ at our stables In llimi i ltecord JI0 recti Kviiud will serve mares at TKN DOI LA IIS TO INStltK A LIVlNd COLT This combined stallion will make tin son of lvCSat 10 TO INMltK A LIN- money due when the mare fouls with a lieu on coll until the iiiouev Is ptiid or if the IN5 COLT nionev due when the inair mare is parted with or bied to another foals is parted with or bred to another horse the inoiiev Is then due hore with a Urn on the coll until the sea son iiiouev is paid niwi hiitionvM iKiuiiiti H OOLD DCST is 7 years old thelsth day o This stallion will be tit the stables of May lstrj 11 haniNhigh a beautiful chest Cecil one mile from Fzcl the llrsl anil nut with star and white hind IVct beiiutiliil third weeks of each month and at W miles west td West Ilberlv on mane and tall His power style and action Henrys seil was sired by Senator l uncyi the second and fotiilh weeks ol lie are uusurpa Itlaekburu he b Dlllard Dudley he bv each mouth DKSCUimoN AND PFDIUHFF lobn Dillaril iheuraudsire of Phil Thomp Iliiv witli black points seven vears obi rd 1MU Krie MeCloud and Nick son t His dam was ibis spring Hli hands high Sired by Mam with records better than -- Ired bv the Phillips horse the sireof Mine briuo Forrest he bv Neil Im rest Jr he by Sims Ned Forrest he bv Alexanders Fdwlii leans he by len fay lor Ac Also at the same stables will be found the Forrest 1st dam bv Mitmbrino Chiel liid dam by Virginia Whip Mil dam by Sir A r elegaullv bred young trotting Stallion ehle Forrest MoiiewaHs 1st dam by Hcowni Stonewall Jd dam b Tout Ciuwder ld dina dam by Old Who will serve a limited number of ap- bv lulls Copperbolloin Ith Ilincv bv Old Hrown Pilot proved mine at TKN DOLLMtS To IV lelt Willi will be SFKF A LIVING COlP on same terms as us Iiinio carewill not taken of mares for act be icspoiisibb we but above dents should iiuv occur IlKscitllTION ANH IlIMIIIIIl ii ii a- HKNinKv POST HOY lit was sired by Post Hov West Liberty he bv Magic sire of Cleiniole record l L li Alice Sloner J- - Mvsierv Jiii Ac ihim Mollie Fmery sired by Siiathmoie sire of Santa Chilis 2M Tucker Liw CrlekelJ 10 Adonis 2 I jSeiiiieolon - 10 Ibis coiublnnl y ig Stallion will uialc Sister V - 18i lluiumcr J 10 I baric Monnle Wilumre the pie enl season ol IMllj miles lioiil Derbv 2 20 Faiisliiio Hhieberrv J l a aud a number of llael liiecu at Ihe stable ol David H Iom others in tho 2t0 IM POST HOY lit is at the low pijce of a beautiful chestnut with no murks 7 vein Colt a Q to old May loth ISO- - lo bands t Inches hiirb oli in and gives promise of being heard from Monev due when coll is foaled aliu the future among Hollers Anv one who is a lieu nil coll ii it season money Is piilil familiar with shiners Post Hoy will readily Tom CM ii will be years old the Illi recognle Post Hoy Ir tlav of Miv lie N liij hands liludi has line Add last but not least will be found at color foul can show a three iiiliilile the samu stables the well know n and highlv lie is also a line saddle horse iippieelated IACK lie was sired by the well know u PraUr IWlirl horse he by ihe Phillips horse dam was by lllaekhawk and she out ol a lie by tin Who will serve mares at TKN DOLLMtS marc by Itav Hasslnger COLT on same lioisc a stnnilard bred horse that stood in TO INSCltK A LIVINO lllluolv The Prater horse was out ol a n terms ns above descilbed This lack Iiiisuh ebrated Virginia mate as a good breeder superior Tom Ciril Is a good Individual is pie Cine will be taken to prevent aeeldents bleeder atid his mils an but w e w ill not be responsible should any oc- nig himself a line aud show line couibiind largo good color cur IT DAYA0 iiialitles All eaie will be taken to iirevi lit at i e UliAHKNDOV dents bill should illiv occur I will lil TI1K Cor Ilniostoiu- and Short Ms D II Us responsible 1 Â¬ 4 L ORRESTJ TflUCUlJUl -- POST BOY JR Â¬ I - L- - Insnro 11 Living I gl x GEN JOHN MORGAN I Â¬ - 1 Â¬ mSS lsi D -