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SPENCER COOPER Owner nnct Editor Hazel Green Herald I Of t NolBy World With Now From All Nutlona Lunibrinjs ut Ilia Bnolc 1100 A YEAR Always In Advanoe KKJIITII YHAH HAZEL JltNKN WOLFIO COUNTY HHtitloii KYM FRIDAY APRIL Vxcn 1J 18S2 NUMTFjTTr NO PAY NO vVOfrf The Greatest Effort OK f oolllou to Mnrl IIIm iiiive KtriiiiKcpt miiik our xealptors praUoH JOELT HART 1pon Hie fiilhirn of lio Pi ii In rare llowers hU tomb was diesneil iiealli blaenrann sod ami daMos We huvfl broiiKlil lilm Inuiir to nHt Um So run tho lines which Mrs honor of Ken Vertner lotlVey penned in tuckys only meat MMilptor and which were road to tho throng that withered to Mat Â¬ JSJJi MEYEB HQViUUBX - do him honor one June day nearly live yours ago at tho spot whom his dust had been laid away in the lovely Hods Acre at Frankfort It was an inspiring siu ht lllue skies WORMS FOR 20 YEARS 1 1 Xtagllsh Kitchen No 12 W Short 2i were overhead and far down below wound tho gloaming river All the glory of a Kentucky June hurst from tree and bush and greensward enrolled in tho song of birds and rioted in the fragrance of countless lowers Faraway was the town with its prose of life up there whore the party had gathered was only tho poetry and rest fulness of death The tall old trees whispered of peace as they rustled their branches in the wooing murmur of the nodding hluegrass A wanderer has been brought home to rest after weary labors in a breeze and peace was in the breath of the honeysuckle Ho had and in lie shim foreign laud won it and the sought fame and had sod that gave him forth obscure and mi Thifs is not a Kvcry Department Owrllowimr toils utmost rnpnrity known took him back again full of fame -- nlc ol mv kind but pun I honest nines and qualities catch penny Upon the spot where lies and of honor During tin coning week we will display lull tit lair prices the dust of so many of tho distinguished lines of Mens and Hoys Clothing representing the lend- in the United States imtl dead of our Commonwealth an illustri in and best muuiilaetuiers We will loileit mir reputation of thirty Kurope oils company had gathered to witness tanding in lcinslon We have nev year the ceremonies with which ho was laid er faiUil to keep our promises heretofore The Jover away in an honored tomb nor and State ntliciiils were there and Tluil we will soil vou the hest Mens Suit nt eminent men and women from every That we will sell ytiu the best Mens Suit nt 10 part of the Commonwealth ami songs uthe host Mens Suit nt Tim we will sell were sung and poems read and addresses That we will sell you the hest Mens Suit at 2l delivered in honor of the home coming That we will sell yuli the hest Mens Suit at J2o for an eternal rest of tho Stone cutter of Clark county DEPARTMENT TA1L0RINC MERCHANT That was live years ago in the light OUR of recent events all that solemn scene tnir Cuttcis iiinl Workmen are hrst Is the finest in the United States Mrs lellreys poem we have ever done nccium a mockery elnss niLists We are doing the urges business early We did not bring Joel needs revision tome and make your selections wo brought home to rest T Hart dust back from Italy that we miuhl his thrust it away into an unmarked grave and give the world proof how little we are capable of appreciating anything in the way of great achievements unless it LKAIMXd CLOTHIKUSand FIXM TAILOKS has a political side to it or boasts a ped We went to the igree and a fast record expense of sending acioss the ocean for HkOfrO the remains of a man of whom we think too little to now complete the work by marking the place of his burial with a IlIhTIMQrALITT suitable grave stone OBT IN qilHTITT it is significant that in one of the ad d esses delivered at the interment of Harts remains at Frankfort reference was made to the disinterment by the re stored llourboiH in France of the hones of Kousseau and Voltaire from their resting place in tho Iautheon that they might bo dumped into an unmarked pit royal hat CURES NOTHING BUT PILES in an open Held us a mark of was cited The case roil and contempt then as a contrast it may be more lltly CERTAIN CURE Has lod all Worm Romodlos A SURE And yenrs as tho BEST cited now as a parallel Wo have taken known for 10 GUARAHTEFD EVERY BOTTIE PILES REMEDY FOR UK II CO HT 141118 the bones of Joel T Hart from an hon rrptrrH lllil4IIIIMNT4VMlH HOLD K V I IY W K UK CO HTIOt18 ored grave in a laud that loved appre Â¬ TrtvrA lllVlHnPM0XT4TIllH M ciated ami honored him -- from Italy the t Iautheon of Art ami have dumped tlioin Y1 g1 7wkrT M KJI M U H into an unmarked grave so to give to all U mankind a token of our contempt for art and of our sordid niggardly spirit AT Till Morgan in Owenslmro Inquirer 1 - N TJ 1 I- - History otLexington Louis DisplaySpringClothin -- Gus Straus Tiimplkii IIoimIn The following resolution introduced in the House by Mr Diokson of Hour lion comity and reported from the Com Â¬ mittee mi Internal Improvements would if adopted make one long step in thu di rection of a better public road system in Kentucky This State is very far Ixdiiud the proccs dou in the matter of public roads and will probably remain in that position unless some measures aro taken to bring tho subject moro prominently before the people for practical considerThe suggestions made in this ation resolution will cost some money to carry out tho proposition but Kentucky can well nUbrd to expend a large sum of money for the chance even of obtain ing such Information as will point the direction of securing a public road ys tern that will solve a problem which has bullied tho skill of the statesmen of Ken tucky for the past century The propc sition commends Itself to every thought- Â¬ ful member of the icneral Assembly now In session UKSOIlTION relating to free turnpike Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PAPER U Io meet our expenses wo must Insist mi collecting A II subscriptions in advance Your Subscription Expire 180 and your renewal Is earnestly solicited or if you wish to discontinue sond hnhuiouduo us nt tint rato of a month Aid tin paid subscriptions will bo dropped frniu mir books Alltll ill and the accounts bo placed In an olllcers hands for collection Thanking you for past patronage and soliciting your continued good will I am KcNpcotfulIv yours SPKNOKlt COOPKlt He Â¬ rendu There exists u diinaml lorn system of free turnpike plank ami gravel WllKIIICAN -- roads In tills Comiiionweiiltli mid whereas legislation looking to such an uml U d sired liv all classes ami all Interests in this Slate and whereas It Is believed snuh leg inhitlon would greatly promote the general prosperity of the people and the develop ment of the general resources of this State therefore bo It Uemilveil by the Oeheral Assembly of the That a Commonwealth of Kentucky commission eouslstbig of four pemuiH Is hereby created and constituted two of uliom shall be appointed from the member of the llntiso by the Speaker thereof Mid two from the Senate to be appointed by the President of said body with full power to examine Into and report upon the free turnpike plank and gravel road systems of such of the States of the tulted States as have adopted such systems ami for that pniposu Nidd commission is hereby author ied to visit such States as they may select Â¬ 1 L G STRAUS KENTUCKY Â¬ LEXINGTON TABLERSDII C BUCKEYE1JL Â¬ WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE OINTMENT and examine the condition and operation of such Irec turnpike plank and gravel roads the laws of the State relating thereto the method of keeping and maintaining such roads In repair the manner of their original construction and whether con structed by the State or by public or private corporations their cost width expense or maintenance and such other facts as may tin necessary to a complete mid full under standing of such systems and also If such loads were constructed by private corporations how and by what means the State or county as the ciim may be obtained tho control of the same J The said Commissioners shall report the result of such Investigation to the presiding olllcers respectively of the louse and Senate at the earliest practicable time with such suggestions as they may deem pertinent thereto a The said CnuiHiMnnois shall he paid their necessary traveling and other olllelal expenses upon filing a statement of same with the Auditor who shall draw his warrant upon the Trciisuier for the same pay able to said Coinmlssoiieis I This resolution shall lake elleet in d he in force fioinand after Its approval by the ioxeruor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Tlie Newspopei- - Man The following from tho Padueah Stan Â¬ dard Is aa true iw preaching perhaps truer than some preaching There is nothing that makes the news paper man so weary as to hear friuuls dead heats ami downright thieves talk about buying up newspapers suhsbllrlng the press Worse rot was never uttered No respectatde paper Is Influenced by money and not one In a thousand can be approach ed In that manner Instead of being bought up newspapers rarely receive pay for le gitimate work work that really ought to ho classed ns advertising matter Hut every scamp who is oxpimed through thu columns of a newspiiper seeks to bring the editor down to his own level by the ery Oh ha was bought up The great trouble Is that out of good nature mid sweet charity tho papers refrain from exposing any but the inot notorious of scamps A newspaper man Is as honest an bis ueighblMir is as good a citizen he pays his debts as faithfully ho obeys tho laws as cheerfully yot there am always those who aro ready to speak disparagingly of him except when as in often tho case they want a favor granted A case in point is recalled A newspaper contained an editorial paragraph which a gentleman thought did an injustice to Ho sought the editor a certain person and explained the matter The follow- Â¬ ing issue of tho paper sot the matter right fairly and fully The complainant who had really never been referred to originally in tho matter when asked what he thought of the explanation reOh it was as good as you could plied expect from a newspaper man Now Is a why this invidious distinction man worse man than a Hop novspaper a Senator a lawyer a roseutativo farmer a banker a physician or a lobby- Â¬ ist who sneaks almut under a cloak of love for thu cause of education and en Â¬ deavors to itillueiice men to favor his Wo thiol not aye wo know schemes ho is not yet every little fellow feels at I bcrty to use him if possible to forward Ills own petty schemes Tho honorable newspaper man holds iih high a position as t hat held by the very first of other callings and those who most dcspitofully regard him aro those least able to appreciate him or the high principles that govern his actions Frankfort Capital Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GBMB Uegular Meals M OP1 uXI JIlA f I w There should lie associations formed at once in every county in Kentucky to see that the county scuds her best productH Let the enterpristo tlie Worlds Fair Â¬ Â¬ Icl Is Oignnle Tlie Oonvlct Oiitaldn tlie Wults Street Lexington Ky Hreiikfast from A A M Cents Meals to Order at All Hours i Oys i to U i M Dinner from 10 a M to it v M Supper from to U a M A M to Open from tern Umh Fries Fish Chickens ami nails a specialty I- CUS LUICART Proprietor II I JOHN M KOSK IONICS UOSI3 QSHBKAL 1 JNMI1GS iSBSOHiiHBXSl Ml nino yearohl boy in knee breeches walked Into the Wyandotto National Hank at Kansas City Kansas tlie other day and asked the teller if he had any coppers The toller said he had Thou the boy poked a big pistol through tho Hand them window and remarked The teller did out hand them out respond so promptly as tho young not ster deemed consistent and he pulled the trigger Thu pistol snapped but did not explode and the other bank employe grabbed the Ixiy He was taken before the justice who discharged him with a sound lecture A Â¬ Â¬ IIAKIliltKKN KKNTUCKY Waeompletelineof Dry Joods Notions Utiles Dress nts rn ts Shnc Ilollm ootls eines Saihlles Jlarnoss cVe nnl sell OK AMI All -- ootls lower than ex or hetore seen in Ilazol jhmmi KUiivantiuMl ns repiesentetl or money relmitletl is When you hoar a man sneering at local papers because they aro not as big cheap and newsy as other papers you can safely bet that ho docs not wnnto his wealth in trying to make thorn better ami that generally the papers have done more for him than he has for them The man who can not see the henelit arising to a county from newspapers Inn a very short sighted vision Â¬ ing men organize ami dovlso plans for that purpose This is particularly nec essary in the mountain counties where individuals will do but little to adver- Â¬ Those elulm tise their own InlerostH can ask tho County Court for funds and solicit individual aid If wo wait for tho Commissioners to do It all wo will be left These organizations should call the attention of the Commissioners to tlie rosoureosof their respective counties and prolfer aid in getting out tlie speci mens This will enlist their ollbrt and result happily for individuals counties Five men and throe women and Htiito can not unaldod get out a full fair exIf each hibit of Koutuokyi wealth county workn for Its own interest thou hope tho Governor will ll nMt r stopped Western A rgus see that it it and then only can wo suits Lot all go to work Jackson Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Under the now Constitution convict aro required to bo eoullnod within tho walls of tho penitentiaries There Is no law authorizing them to not as trust- Â¬ ies or to be employed on Capitol square The State may work them on State build Â¬ ings inside the walls hut there is no law authorizing tho convict to lalsir oven for thu State outside the walls of tho prison The Constitutional provision on this subject should bo enforced for convict labor worked outside tho prison walls has done the Statu and tho Democratic party great Injury The lessees can not work them outxldo except UMii the farm to raise supplies All others should go In- Â¬ for the prison side tho walls There is tin reason for a groat State llkeJCoutucky having con victs around her buildings cleaning up her grounds and doing other labor The State has no right to do thin and wo gt Hustler Trosly CiuwIiU Ked HcmlrickH a convict escaped from the wa rehouse of Mason Ford He remained In tho Co last Friday city long enough to get an overdose of liquor ami about oclock lie was soon at Uullepolnt eating crackers ami eheoHC Ho was captured on Sunday near La Orange by Marshal Murium of that place and returned to tho will In Argun Kscupetl S Tho Anderson Nowm advise tho Knr mers Alliance to turn Its attention ot getting rid of shco kllllng dogx If it wants to do something really useful lie portu of tho destruction of ocks como from every direction and It In becoming a serious evil In Lawrence county Noah Mh1 wiim stabluMl to death at a wedding hy Ilonry Davis who had nut ken Invited JOB PRINTING CUiVdaI ninoKKiri Soml your order Job printing cheap at this ollice Hazel Green Herald SPEKOER COOPER PttMkktr HAZKL GREEN KY HIS He fiat IRON NERVE Imvyor opposite mc in the trnin just nnd from tlo legal documents ho was perusing I had do doubt that lie was a lawyer I looked out of the window as the whistle blow to note that wo were approaching a largo town and a minute later felt that the car was off the rails A half open switch had done the busi- Â¬ ness We bobbed and bumped along for a fow yards and then tho car tilted over and went down an embankment Wo were all pulled out of tho wreck after a bit and 1 found I had a broken leg and some lessor evils I was laid on the grass bcsldo the lawyer who was for u time unconscious but presently he camo to and briskly observed Open switch train derailed culpable carelessness wont settlo for a cent under five thousand dollars He seemed to feel of himself for two or three minutes to find out how badly he was hurt and then continued Worse than I thought for ltappeurs that both legs and this left arm are broken and 1 think I can albo plead in- Â¬ ternal injuries Im good for six months in the hospital oven if I pull through Damages not one cent less than ten thousand dollars and dont be in a hurry to settle at that figure There were people rushing about still engaged in the work of rescue and three or four of us were groaning and taking on close by but tho lawyer was in no wise rattled lie was evidently sinking however for his voice was much weaker as he said Papers cards and envelopes mi the body to identify it by and theyll tele graph my wife and ship mangled re- Â¬ mains home by express Hurt worse than I thought for Quite sure Im going to die Will drawn and everything in order and left note on 1113 ollleu desk for my wife to sue for twenty thousand dollars in case of my death Clear case and jury wont be out five minutes If he said any more I didnt catch it I was just then busy figuring up my own damages and groaning away in Uy and by the people four languages came with doors and shutters to carry us up to the depot As two of them were ready to pick ine up 1 said I think tho lawyer here is hurt a good deal worse than I am and you may give him the preference 0 he isnt in a bit of hurry hes stone dead replied one of the men as he took a brief look It was a fact and further I was in the court room when his widow re Â¬ That on lt imtl l after Ituuiary IK- - theVtK iu of ceived a verdict for twenty thousand ei nl nl i loiem proiianiulton aall article- - per In oil nnv it rid dollars M Quad in N Y World please lit -- lmll lime tlie power and It shall tieliic tltn iiro oMbii in his opinion it t FATHER OF THE GREENBACK This js the taxation bv proclamation The Man Who Oi ltlimtel tlio lileu or Pa clause of the McKinley bill except that per Woin y here the absolutism is extended to all The man to whom Abraham Lincoln instead of to specified decisions ascribed the origin of greenbacks died This is the longest step taken to Â¬ in Chicago recently lie was Col Ed wards absolutism in the history of the mund Dick Taylor who was born in country but it would have been ruin- Â¬ Virginia October U ISO- - Ho was a ous to the republican party to have cousin of President Zachary Taylor had the McKinley bill declared invaid and his father was a captain in the rev Â¬ with a democratic majority in the olutionary war Early in life he re- house and with a campaign opening moved to Springflold III where he with every indication of popular hosopened a general store and trading tility to the bill There could be no post He became acquainted with greater or jtister reproach against the Abraham Lincoln urged him to study courts decision than tho statement of law and helped him with money to buy the fact that the decision nowhere law books For several years creates surprise and that none are less young Lincoln made his home surprised than those who most deplore Mr with Taylor and his fam- its action The republican theory of absolut ily When Mr Lincoln became pres ident at a time when American eredit ism in government must run its course was low and soldiers were demanding to its logical conclusion Nothing will their pay he sent for Mr Taylor as the be lost if the defenders of constitution mart who to uro Mr Lincolns own al liberty surrender nothing of princi ple in accepting and acquiescing in words will know what is best to do When the question was put to him Mr faets as they present themselves while Tayor replied Issue treasury notes republicanism is working out its own St Louis Republic on the bcht bank paper bearing no in- destruction terest Declare it a legal tender and pay HARRISONS TACTICS tho soldiers and all other creditors with Mr Chase thought the Tho Wily iimmiI1vii Will Isc the Pouer this monoj experiment hazardous but finally nl the Court agreed to it Thus was accomplished President Harrison is an acute poli- Â¬ the greatest blessing the republic could tician have had at that time These facts When he was a candidate for the were made known in a letter from presidency in ISbS he sent his law part Â¬ President Lincoln to Mr Taylor which ner Mr Miller to Chicago to collect he naturally cherished all his life Col funds wherewith to cany Indiana and Taylor was in tho war Ho was a warm he received five thousand dollar re friend of II run b as well as of Lincoln sponses from such patriots as Samuel and often carried messages from one to Allerton and ieorge M Pullman lie is now powerful as chief executive and the other Household Companion is no longer under the necessity of liriiilcliiK tho Xoua begging money contributions but he JSIrs llingo severely I should like remains the nettle politician for he is a to know where you were last night candidate for reelection and is still Hingo Well if tho truth must be using his law partner Mr Miller who told I was playing poker with ICingley Is now through his favor attorney gen Â¬ am my dear the last jack pot I bet eral of the L nlted States him a new bonnot for yon against a It Is cheap politics to harvest ap Â¬ new bonnot for his wife plause for commencing suits against Mrs Hingo Yes my dear and who alleged combines In 188S Miller got won no money out of one Phil Armour who Hingo Well you just wait till you Is said to be connected with a dressed set hia wife next Sunday Life beef combine Hut nevertheless some capital mat be made out of him by A Ilttlo Lut In Miller in S2 Prosecute htm on the She Ill never go Into that horrid theory that he is violating the Sherman store again so there law against trusts Such prosecution He Why my deav I thought you will be a good enough Morgan until liked It bettor than any other after election when the writs tuny go She So 1 did but to day I asked tho by the board Mr Miller the law clerk what 0110 should take to build up partner of Harrison was formerly col- Â¬ the blood and he exclaimed elixir lecting money for cuinpnign purposes ferri ot quinimu and I wont patronize As attorney general he is now collect Â¬ a roan who allows his employes to ing campaign capital of a different kind Hence this talk of prosecution Hwear bo in tho presence of ladles under ti law us open as u sieve Pharmaceutical Era Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I 1x1 1 1 Tlie Way lie Died Proved Hint to bo u THE COURT DECISION Thn People Arn the Triliiuml That Must Ilimlly Decide The supreme court overrules every point made against the validity of the McKinley bill and docs it in a stylo which became familiar enough in 187U Nothing else was generally expected though it was supposed by some that the court would not go so far as to assert the validity of a clause attempt Â¬ ing to give tho president power to declare a levy of taxes not already levied by law This it does however but the decision In no way affects the question The supreme court Is a tribunal of last resort only when it is right When it is wrong appeal lies from its decisions to the power and the right whose creature it is the power and the right of tho people who are above the wrongful findings of any tribunal whatever As the decision is roported by tel Â¬ egraph the court holds that the Mc lvinlcy bill does not authorize the pres ident to levy retaliatory taxes but prescribes taxes to go into effect under certain prescribed contingencies This J ho clause is an unworthy quibble does prescribe certain rates of taxation on certain articles but it does not levy them nor make them operative On tho contrary coffee teas and hides being already untaxed It removes tho taxes from raw sugar and molasses leaving these articles untaxed altogether Then it prescribes certain rates of taxatiou on these articles but does not tax them at all Instead of doinjr so it declares that the president shall have power to levy taxes at the prescribed rates after January 1 1MI2 if he chooses to do so These taxes do not exist by legislative act They have no existence at all There are no such taxes No legislative act has put them In force and no date has been set by legislative act for them to go into force They do not exist nor can they ever exist by legislative act until such act is passed putting them in force As every republican on the supreme bench knows as every one who watches public a flairs knows the republicans of the Reed congress passed this clause because the constitution ex- Â¬ plicitly provides that all such meas ures as this must originate in the house and because they did not ex pect them to have a majority in the succeeding house Not wishing to de clare this levy of taxes outright and knowing that a democratic house would never pass such a measure they attempted at once to evade their own responsibility and to bind suc ceeding congresses because as long as the senate is republican the democratic majority in the house cannot undo this action by which taxes are to be levied by the president It would have been different in no essential had the Keed congress passed this clause Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Besides attacking Armour nnd his associates tho law departmout as man- Â¬ aged by Miller is said to bo after a trust alleged to bo making and vending biscuits lu restraint of trade Here is more capital Any Investigation of the New York lHscult Company will show that It has a couslnship with the Dia Â¬ mond Match Com pun Concerning the Diamond Match Company tho supreme court of Michigan once had something to say uncomplimentary of one Russell A Alger who aspires to lis as an opponent of Uenjainin Harri- Â¬ son Touch the New York Hlscult Company and you touch the Diamond match Touch the Diamond match and presto you have Alger revealed The attorney general is a mighty shrewd campaigner for Henjaniin Har- Â¬ rison his patron and law partner Ho is playing astutely for a certain amount of unthinking popular applause Hut while this may make the groundlings laugh It cannot but make tlie judicious grieve For it involves necessarily the prostitution of the machinery of justice for personal and partisan advantage Does anybody suppose that these prosecutions are meant in downright earnestness and singleness of purpose It is brutuin fulmen a campaign thunder not altogether harmless be cjiuse it does use the peoples court to promote a personal end The suits against the whisky nnd other trusts will be held dangling over tho heads of the accused until November after which they will disappear from the courts The scheme is ludicrously ob vious but it hits a serious side What right has the administration to com Â¬ mence these prosecutions without seri ous purpose to continue tliemV The administration will thunder in the courts frim lloston to San Francisco merely to furnish campaign thunder for stump orators Thereafter tlie prose Â¬ cutions will die away and the courts Inning been made to serve a political turn will be permitted to resume their orderly process by an attorneygenerul who is in the habit of collecting cam paign funds for his patron Harrison and as a politician thinks even prosti tution of courts fair lie is engaged In a sorry business Had he been honest he would have commenced last summer He begins now that he may rec ommend his chief at Minneapolis and enable demagogy to shout itself hoarse in the coming campaign if as seems probable Harrison shall be the nominee Chicago Times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SCHOOL AND CHURCH represent republicanism at Minneapo- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ POINTED PARAGRAPHS j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Commissioner Rautu has been sharply criticised by Secretary Noble for favoring congressmen in pension eases Hut Ratlins hide is too thick to mind si little puncture like that Hal timore Herald The republican party docs nothing by halves was the proud asser tion of one among the banquet orators 01 course not It insisted upon stealing the vice president as well as the presi dent in 1ST0 Detroit Free Press When a political party is in a hopeless minority it is prone to nominate some rich man who will afford reod pluckinjr for the party manairers Steve Hildas is slated for the repub lietn nomination for governor of West lrgnna I lucago J lines The Indiana republican convention declared that the country had ptospored under resident Harrisons Perhaps it meant the administration big crops It could not have referred to the excessive number of business Louisville Courier Journal failures Mr Steve Klkins is not working his sealskin war scare with any great degree of enthusiasm at present He has it loaded however and when he gets close enough to November to see the whites of the patriotic voters eyec lie vill let it off St Louis Republic Summed up in a sentence Mr McMillins speech was an elaborate ex posure of tlie unnecessarily high rate of duties levied by the McKinley bill and Mr Dingleys as elaborate a defense of It as could be made under the circum Philadelphia Press Hep staucefi It is becoming more and more apparent that there was a falling out in Mr Haums otliclal household an that some disgruntled member took oc casion to tell a few damaging truths about the conduct of affairs in the pension department Tho whole truth is what the country is waiting for De troit Free Press No people are readier to defend their rights at any cost of life and treasure than Americans but there is a wide distinction between the privi leges of monopolists and the rights of the people The Harrison administra tion will discover this if its jingo policy is carrcd too far in the Hehring sea matter St Louis Post Dispatch The Indiana republican conven Â¬ tion which aiseinbled for the bepcio lent purpose of choosing Han isou dele gates and passing resolutions eulogistic of tiie administration was not exact An attempt by a malcon Â¬ ti love feast tent to express his opinion of tins president was interrupted by mingled cheers and hisses and cries of Throw him out and shouts of approval The convention dsbanded in confusion and one considerable delegation went home boasting of Its ability and purpose to defeat the republican ticket in tlie state this fall Yet the Indiana malcon- Â¬ tents are unreasonable They attack Harrison an doubtless show good cause for their hostility but they are wholly unable to suggest a candidate to taku his place The republican party is confronted with Hobsous choice this cur Chicago Times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ofll h III Tho total Incomo of the church of England is about 81 00000 a week from a substantial town to thrlvW Twenty England nnd American tropolis in n few years will abo the citv mJ It women tiro studying ut the university Superior Wisconsin and this too witW i troelTorfcaiul Ktrinrcrln in LeiyMlc tctfor toivns havo pnsscd wlillo eiroctinti Nine Hoston churches tire without tho same result Uatlln year or two aw 5 pastors one of which has been seeking uiu uvuriiKu man 11111 1100 siop to tlilnlc th Superior as n monopolist of tho water hm in vain for one for three years rail termini at 0110 end of tho lakes is tv The irnivcrsiilist church inttlasgow same position ns HufTulo at tliu otherincm is the only regularly organized church Figures aro uninteresting unless aiv In Jreat Hritain that has a woman for brlolly but comparisons aro always irnno taat This lit tio Superior credited by Its fully accrcdtted pastor last census with only 2iXK people Intuit The followers of the Shintonist re more coal last year than did UhlcuffO or shipped ligion in Japan number about 001000 grain it sixteen nineteen million bttstielj of Hour hundred thousand barrels souls and have aboub S00000 temples of wool four million pounds of morchan four or five of which are presided over disc to the valtio or thirteen million dot by one minister who also teaches in the lars Of all lake cities this business wai second only to Chicago la inuritinit Japanese grammar schools Tliero Is nn economical reason for this con Next to the Moravians the Iliited Htlon of things Itln that the rail ratooa freight of Presbyterians of Scotland are the mis cent perscut westmileLake Michigan is oni ton per while rats sionary church Their rTO churches is one tenth of one cent per the water mile ton pec This position at the extreme western cnilol with 1XVI00 members contributed last year and the gain of convert Lako Superior is what gives t lie city of Su its was 000 during the your Illustrated perior thanprestige and is making it row taster Chicago ever did Hesltlos ona Christian Weekly hundred mid 0110 smaller iinlustriU con Superior has located tvont eight In the Moody Rible institute Chi cerns inauiifactiirlngciiterprisesm large thr past cago tho eighty three young men who eighteen months including thn American are students represent eleven denomi Steel Hargo Company tho builders ot the famous whnlcbaelt vessel which Is revnations and fourteen states olutionizing the lako and ooenu fiolglit cafrom England and Canada rrying trade The twenty eight institutions And there are fifty six women from above mentioned includa iron and steel plants Hour mills stovo foundries wagon seventeen states lactones pump makers shipbuilders and The Salvation Army hat secured a saw and shingle mills Tho most eoi serva strong foothold in Htienos Ay res Dur tivo business men in tho Northwest b Iipvj ing the financial troubles it was able to that Superior will grow luster in the next ten eirs than help thousands of men thrown out ol nernim Will mil any other cily in thin nios- -i of llin miti mnl in work to food and shelter It has a them claim that Chicago tst Paul Muirfr J thriving farm colony and is training upoiis nun iHiiwniiUcc huvo never bo ii the Spanish speaking cadets Missionary rapid erowtli that will come to the h ul of the great chain uf lakes and tho city of SReview uperior Women of the south are agitating Tin auctioneer tho the question of schools of high grade man who comes andis goes ataccommodating one bida ug and possibly colleges for their daugh Dallns News ters A suggestion has been made that a monument to the memory of women who won a noble name in the civil wnt by deeds of self sacrifice taku the form of a college for women and that Mrs Jefferson Davis be marie V president foi life The Fnited States treneral conven tion of Fniversalists lias recently is sued its annual statement of the condi tion of the church as follows Number of parishes 017 number of ministers 1 75 number of families church membership 11177 Sunday school mm A III Kill Copyright io3I membership l 110 property less debt S7liiS tS expenses and contributions The seed is plancd lH2vS- when you feel run down and Amherst college has undergrad used up Malarial typhoid or uate students of whom are mem bers of churches Over fiftv of the stu bilious fevers spring from it all dents are looking forward to the min- sorts of diseases Dont tako any istry Last year thirty nine graduates risk Dr Pierces Golden Medical were attending Congregational theolog- Â¬ Discovery invigorates the 8cm ical schools u larger number by seven and repels disease It starts tho teen than that furnished by any othei institution represented A movement torpid liver into healthful art ion has been started to support an alumnus purifies and enriches tho blood and Aan on the missionary field and the treas Â¬ restores health and vigor urer has already in hand 70J for this appetizing restorative Ionic it sets purpose at work all the processes of digesA western university the universi- Â¬ tion and nutrition and builds up ty of Kansas which President Eliot of llesh and strong h For all disnses Harvard ranks second only to the that come from a disordered liver Michigan university among the great blood skin scalp and western schools hits just established a and impure scrofulous affections its the only unique department having for its obIf ft ject the study of the progress of wom remedy thats guaranteed en in the world s history he uni- Â¬ doesnt benefit or cure in every versity has just received a bequest ease you have your money ba k amounting to nearly 100 from the lou pay only foi the good vou estate of the bite William H Spooner get of Hoston uncle of the present chan- Â¬ cellor of the university The worst cases yield to tho Tlie sales and profits of the Meth- Â¬ mild soothing cleansing and hil odist book concerns east and west for mg properties of Dr Sagos Caarrh the past year were very large A divi Thats why tho pr- prio dend of SPJfiOOO has been declared for Remedy tors can and do promise to pay the support of superannuated ministers 500 for a case of Catarrh in tho and of the widows and children of dead Head which they cannot cure ministers This sum will be divided among the annual conferences During the year 1S01 the New York concern sold Rl0H070ib worth of books and periodicals with si profit of Sllii HMIS The Cincinnati branch reported sales H03S02 andprofitsof17107 I thi-min-- h A rrnmlHlnor Situation ork Dally Invcstiffitor Good Judges say that one of tho ne u cnlltlos to nchlovo distinction by jutnnin New ii Â¬ Â¬ beside-twenty-si- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ T Â¬ C7v l m m mm Â¬ 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - -- Â¬ Â¬ 1 J Â¬ - J C A R PETS AN DR U G S The llent Is thn Oilier TlilngH Clieiipiht 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 as in coarser grades Hugs for the center of the room can be made from a body Hrussels with a border to match They should be tacked down Japanese cotton rugs pretty and dura- Â¬ ble cost from three to six dollars They are good for bedrooms bath Â¬ rooms and sitting rooms Huy hand Â¬ some rugs whenever you can afford to They ure a good investment for un Â¬ like carpets they do not wear out and you can hand them down In the family the same us silver or diamonds A beautiful Oriental rug is a joy forever In selecting one bo particular to see that the colors are rich and have some In general when choosing brightness carpets have tho groundwork rather light and the colors somewhat neu- Â¬ tral Such a carpet will ulwnys look clean and you will not feel the need of shutting out the sunlight through fear of fading Ladies Home Journul straw mattings A fine matting cost ing say a dollar and a quarter a yard will last a dozen years or more with constant wear too It is so line that but little dust sifts through atuP the strands do not pull apart best are the cheapest The more Uni Â¬ ted ones means are the more essential t is that only a good article shall be purchased The best quality of body Hrussels will outwear two or more of the cheaper tapestry carpets A finely woven smooth ingrain carpet may cost half a dollar more per yard than one of common texture but it will be cheaper in the end Nothing Is more unsatis factory than one of tlie loosely woven Â¬ Â¬ In buying carpets remember that the I have been troubled with d pep sia but after a fair Uial of Atust Flower am freed from the vex ituss trouble J 13 Young Daughters College Hanodbburg Ky 1 lad headache one year steady One Ule of August Flower cured me It was positively worth one hundred dollars to me J V Smith PM ana C it I ave Merchant Townsend Out tibed it myself for constipation md dyspepsia and it cured me It the bestseller I ever handled C Hugh d Druggist Mechanicsburg Pa August Flower mm moths Jtu Offvr You a Jlvnutlu Insures Safety to Ufe of Slot her anil Child wit Ich MOTHERS FKSENfl iit Mothrrn Attrr iifiwrono niiitiTfil tint huh pnln in illil miiexp 11 n K In until cav Hitirwitiil ikiiiiI wrHkm ANMEtfAGh ItimurMo hill I1II1 IRH P oiiiiiyt iroplil on P ficut lv IMiri erun 10 per ImUhs lleok to Molliors iu I Iain Horror and It la tiottlo of Hobs Von1 ne me nt of Us rrl ti J1 imlDVIXILD KIvOIlilTOH to 0M A ATLANTA 111 Alli DUIHJOISTS Elys Cream Balm QtICKIiY CIItKS B9S9 wLyJw AYFVRBjyJ GOLD IN HEAD Vrlcu ftOCeiUfc BlV Apply llnlui Into parh noMrll nil05WYurreli8tN Bws3 SEEK MM lVhy Want to Stay in This Outhouse World ItVlirn ii KIiirh rntncrs Aro IVnittng lor h Above sormon ny aov T IoVUtt TalumBC 1I Dr Tulnmgcs text last Sunday was Seek Him that niakcth Amos v S 1ii seven stars and Orion He plowed the earth Atnos n Tckoa the grain by a new niul threshed A country farmer wroto this text threshing machine just invented as formerly the cattle trod out the grain Up fathered the fruit of the Hvcamoro tree and sacrificed it with an iron comb just before it was getting ripe as it was necessary and customary in that He way to take from it its bitterness was the son of a poor shepherd and stuttered but before the stammering rustic the Iliilistines and Syrians andÂ¬ PlwiMJHians and Moabites and Am monites and Edomitcs and Israelites trembled Closes was a law giver Daniel was a prince Isaiah a courtier and David a king but Amos the author of my text was a peasant and as might be sup Â¬ posed nearly all his parallelisms are pastoral his prophecy full of the odor of new mown nay anu uio raiiio 01 lo custs and the rumble of carts with sheavi s and the roar of wild beasts tie vourug the Hock while the shepherd came out in their defense He watched the herds by day and by night inhabited a bruflli made out of bushes so that tbrnti h these branches he could see the stars aM night long and was more fa miiiar with them than wo who have tight mots to our houses and hardly the stars except among the tall cvei bricU himneys of the great towns Hut a seasons of the year when herds wore in special danger he would stay out in the open iield all through the clarUiicss his only shelter the curtain of ti e night heaven with the stellar omuro tleries and silvered tassels of lunar ight hat a life of solitude all alone with his Iwris lmr Amos And at twelve ocoiU at night bark to the wolfs ban and the lions roar and the bears growl and the owls niul the serpents hiss as he un wittiigly steps too near while moving thrtnii the thickets So Amos likeÂ¬ othei icrdsmen got the habit of study ing tin map of the heavens because it was s mich of the time spread out be Â¬ fore in Ho noticed some stars ad- vaitCiJg and others receding He as sociated their dawn and sotting with certan seasons of the year He had a poetic i ture and he read night by night and month by month and year by year the poem of the constellations T5ut two rosettes divinely rhythmic of stars especially attracted his atten- Â¬ tion while seated on the ground or ly Â¬ ing on his back under the open scroll of the midnight heavens the Pleiades or ccn Stars and Orion The lormer group this rustic prophet assocated with the spring as it rises about the first of May Tho latter ho associated with the winter as it comes The to the meridian in January lleiaiirs or Seven Stars connected with il sweetness and joy Orion tho herald of the tempest The ancients were the more apt to study the physiog nomy and juxtaposition of tho heaven Â¬ ly bodies because they thought they had a special inlluence upon the earth and perhaps they were right If the moon every few hours lifts and lets down tho tides of tho Atlantic Ocean and tho electric storms of the sun by all scien Â¬ tific admission affect the earth why not the stars havo proportionate effect And there are some things which make me think that it may not have been all superstition which connected the movements and appearance of tho heavenly with great moral events on earth Did not a meteor run on an evangelistic errand on the first Christmas night and designate the rough Did not the stars cradle of our Lord in their course fight against SiseraV Was it merely coincidental that before the destruction of Jerusalem the moon was eclipsed for twelvo consecutive nights0 Did it merely happen so that a new star appeared in constellation Cas siopeia and then disappeared just be fore King Charles IX of France who was responsible for St ISartliolomew Was it without signif massatre died icance that in the days of the Roman Emperor Justinian war and famine were preceded by the dimness of the sun which for nearly a year gavo no more light than the moon although there were no clouds to obscure- it Astrology after all may have boon something moro than a brilliant heathenism No wonder that Amos of the toxt Having hoard theso two an Â¬ thems of the stars put down tho stout rough staff of tho herdsman and took into his brown hand and cut and knot- Â¬ ted fingers tho pen of a prophet and advised tho recreant people to return to tiod saying Seek Him that inakcth the Seven Stars and Orion This coin in and which Atnos gavo 7S5 years 11 C is just as appropriate for us 1892 -- Â¬ -i- -c Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - A D In the first place Amos saw as we must see that tho God who made tho lMeiadcs and Orion must bo tho God of order It was not bo much a star horo and a star thero that impress od tho in spired herdsman but seven in ono group and seven in tho other group He 6aw that night after night and 8ea fcon after season and decado after de cade they had kept stop of light each one in its own place a sisterhood never Â¬ clashing and novcr contesting preceFrom tho tlmo Hestod called tho Pleiades tho seven daughters of Atlas and Virgil wroto in his vEnckl of Storm Orion until now they havo observed tho order established for their coming and going order written not in manuscript that may be pigeon holed but with tho hand of tho Almighty on tho dome of tho sky so that all na Â¬ tions may read it Order Persistent order Sublime order Omnipotent order What a scdativo to you and me to whom communities and nations some- Â¬ times seem going pell mell and world ruled by somo fiend at Imp hazard and in all directions maladministration Tho God who keeps seven worlds in right circuit for six thousand years can certainly keep all tho affairs of individ uals and nations and continents in ad- Â¬ justment We had not better fret much for the peasants argument of the text was right If God can take care of the seven worlds of the Pleiades and tho four chief worlds of Orion Ho can probably take caro of tho one world we inhabit So I feel very much as my father felt ono day when we were going to tho country mill to got a grist ground and I a boy of seven years sat in the back part of the wagon and four yoke of oxen ran away with us and along a labyrinthine road through tho woods so that I thought every moment we would be dashed to pieces and I mado a terrible outcry of fright and my father turned to me with a face per- Â¬ Do Witt what fectly calm and said are 3011 crying about I guess we can ride as fast as the oxen can run And my hearers why should we be affright Â¬ ed and lose our equilibrium in the swift movement of worldly events especially when we are assured that it is not a yoke of unbroken steers that aro draw Â¬ ing us on but that order and wise gov Â¬ ernment arc in the yoke In your occupation your mission your sphere do the best you can and then trust to God and if tilings are all mixed and disquieting and your brain is hot and your heart sick get some one to go out with you into the starlight and point out to you tho Pleiades or better than that get into some observatory and through the telescope see further than Amos with the naked eye could namely U00 stars in the Pleiades and that in what is called the sword of Orion there is a nebula computed to be 2200 000000 Oh be 000 times larger than tho sun at peactwith tho God who made all that and controls all that the wheel of the constellations turning in the wheel of galaxies for thousands of years without the breaking of a cog or the slipping of a band or the snap of an axle For 3our placidity and com fort through tho Lord Jesus Christ I charge you Seek Him that makoth the Seven Stars and Orion Again Amos saw as we must see that the God who made these two groups of tho text was the God of light Amos saw that God was not satisfied with making one star or two or three stars but he makes seven and having finished that group of worlds makes another groupgroup after group To It seems tho Pleiades ho add Orion God likes light so well that He that keeps on making it Only one being in tho universe knows tho statistics of solar stellar meteoric creations and that is the Creator himself And they have all been christened each one a name as distinct as the names of your He telleth the number the children stars He calleth them by all their names Tho seven Pleiades had names given them and they arc Alcyone Ile rope Ceheno Fleetra Sterope Tay gete and Main Hut think of tho billion and trillions of daughters of starry light that God calls by name as they sweep by Him with beaming brow and lustrous robe So fond is God of light natural light moral light spiritual light Again and again is light harnessed for symboliza tlon Christ the bright and morning star evangelization tho daybreak the redemption of nations sun of Right eousness rising with healing in His wings Oh men and women with so many sorrows and sins and perplexities ff you want light of comfort light of pardon light of goodness in earnest Seek Him that prayer through Christ makoth the Seven Stars and Orion Again Amos saw as we must see that tho God who made theso two arch Â¬ ipelagoes of stars must bo an unchanging God There had been no change in tho stellar appearance in this herds mans lifotime and his father a shep herd reported to him that there had been no change in his lifetime And theso two clusters hang over tho celes tial arbor now just as they wero tho first night that they shone on tho Kden ie bowers tho same as when tho Egypt ians built tho Pyramids from the top of which to watch them tho same as when tho Chaldeans calculated tho eclipse tho same as when Klihu according to tho Hook of Job wont out to study tho aurora borealis tho samo under Ptolomain system and Copcrni can systom tho same from Callsthenos to Pythagoras and from Pythagoras to Surely a changeless God Herschol must havo fashioned tho Pleiades and Orion Oh what an anodyne amid tho ups and downs of lifo and tho flux and reflux of the tides of prosperity to know that wo havo a changeless God tho same yesterday to day and forever Xerxes garlanded and knighted tho steersman of his boat in tho morning and hanged him in tho evening of tho same day Tho world sits in its chariot and drives tandem and the horso aheadis Huzza and the horsa bohind is AnaÂ¬ dence themn Lord Cobham in King Tamos time wns applauded and had 35000 a year but was afterward execrated aud lived on scraps stolen from tho royal kitchen Alexandor tho Grout after death remained unburlcd for thirty days becauso no ono would do tho honor of shovoling him under Tho Duko of Wellington refused to have his iron fenco mended becauso it had been broken by an infuriated populace in some hour of political excitement and he left it in ruins that mon might learn what a ficklo thing is human favor I Jut tho mercy of the Lord is from everlasting to everlasting to them that fear Him and His righteousness unto tho childrens children of such as keep His convenant and to those who re- Â¬ member His commandments to do thom w This moment seek Him that made the Seven Stars and Orion Again Amos saw as we must see that the god who mado tho two boacons of the Oriental night sky must bo a God of lovo and kindly warning Tho Pleiades rising in mid sky said to all tho herdsmen and shepherds aud hus Â¬ Como out and enjoy the bandmen mild weather and cultivato your gar Â¬ dens and fields Orion coming in winter warned them to prepare for tem- Â¬ Â¬ signal and said Reef sail mako things snug or put into harbor for tho hurricanes arc getting their wings out As the Pleiades were tho sweet evan Â¬ Orion was tho gels of tho spring warning prophet of tho winter Oh now get the best view of God I overbad There are two kinds of ser mons 1 never want to preach the ono that presents God so kind so indulgent so lenient so imbecile that men may do what they will against Him and fracture II is every law and put the pry of their impertinence and rebellion under His throne and while they aro spitting in his face and stabbing at His heart He takes them up in His arms and kisses their infuriated brow and Of such is the King- Â¬ check saying 1 pest All navigation was regulated by theso two constellations The ono said to the Hoist sail for shipmaster and crew tho sea and gather merchandise from Hut Orion was the storm other lands Â¬ dom of Heaven Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sents God as all fire and torture and thunder cloud and with red hot pitchfork tossing tho human into paroxysms of infinite agony The sermon that I am now preaching believes in a God of loving kindly warning the God of spring and winter the God of the Pleiades and Orion You must remember that the winter Lot is just as important as tho spring one winter pass without frost to kill vegetation and ice to bind the rivers and snow to enrich our fields and then you will have to enlarge your hospitals A green Christ Â¬ and your cemeteries mas makes a fat graveyard was the old proverb Storms to purify the air Thermometer at ten degrees above zero tt tone up the S3stem December and January just as important as May and June I tell you wo need the storms of life as much as we do the sunshine There are more men ruined by pros Â¬ perity than by adversity If we had our own way in lifo before this wo would have been impersonations of selfishness and worldliness and disgust ing sin and putted up until we would have been like Julius Cavsar who was made by sycophants to believe that lie was divine and the freckles on hisfaco were as the stars of the firmament Ono of the swiftest transatlantic voy- Â¬ ages made last summer by our swiftest steamer was becauso she had a stormy wind abaft ehasingher from New York Hut to those going in to Liverpool the opposite direction tho storm was a buffeting aud a hinderance It is a bad thing to have a storm ahead pushing us back but if we be Gods chil- Â¬ dren and aiming toward Heaven the storms of life will only chase us the sooner into tho harbor I am so glad to believe that the monsoons and tjphoons and mistrals and siroccos of the land and sea are not unchained maniacs let loose upon the earth but aro undor divine supervision I am so glad that tho God of tho Seven Stars is also tho It was out of DantoB God of Orion suffering eamo tho sublime Divana Commedia and out of John Miltons blindness came Paradise Lost and out of miserable infidel attack came tho Hridgowater Treatise in favor of Christianity and out of Davids exile came the songs of consolation and out of the sufferings of Christ eamo tho possibility of tho worlds redemption and out of your bereavement your per- Â¬ secution your poverties your misfor- Â¬ tunes may yet como an eternal Heaven Oh what a mercy it is that in tho text and all up and down tho Rible God induces us to look out toward other worlds Rible astronomy in Genesis in Joshua in tho Psalms in tho proph- Â¬ ets major and minor in St Johns Apocalypse practically saying MWorldsl worlds worlds Get ready for thorn Wo havo a nice little world hero that wo stick to as though losing that we loso all We aro rfraid of falling off this little raft of a world Wo aro afraid that some meteoric Iconoclast will somo night smash it and wo want overything to revolve around it and aro disappointed when wo find that it re- Â¬ volves around tho sun instead of tho sun revolving nround it What a fuss we make about this little bit of a world its oxistenco only a short time between two spasms tho parox- Â¬ ysm by which it was hurled from chaos into order and tho paroxysm of its demolition And I am glad that so many texts Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ want to preach is the one that repre The other kind of sermon I never Â¬ call us to look off to other worlds many of them larger and grander and moro resplendent Look there says OAMFTOK ft Job at Mazavoth and Arcturus and 0 S COMB8 PA9VKIXMK Look there says St John his sons Look tho moon undor Christs feet at fffca pstroiare of ta trftrelg IHM there says Joshua at tho sun stand mptctfullj ollolted TM Look thero attoatloa far t oiifort if ing still above Gideon f say Mosos at tho sparkling firma- Â¬ ment Look there says Amos tho FRED KELLAM WITH herdsman at tho bovoii stars and fW Orion Dont lot us bo so sad about M S TIMMOND8 those who shove off from this world Dont let us under Christian pilotage be so agitated about our own going off this little barge or sloop or canal boat PORTSMOUTH apl8ly of a world to get on somo Great East- Â¬ ern of tho heavens Dont lot us per- Â¬ 25 PER WEEK- SALARY stay in this barn Wanted Good Agent to bill nt sist in wanting to this shed this out houso of n world General line of merchandise N when all tho Kings palaces already oc- PEDDMNO ABOVli SALARY WILL MM cupied by many of our best friends aro PAID TO LIVE AGBNTS FOR W swinging wido open tholr gates to lot HSR INFORMATION ADPEfl us in CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY OOk 178 W Van Buron St Chicago III When I read In my Fathers houso are many mansions I do not know but that each world is a room and as many MATLOCK rooms as there are worlds stellar HENRY WITH stairs stellar galleries stellar hallways stellar windows stellar domes CO MCMILLAN HAZEN How our departed friends must pity us shut up in these cramped apartments WHOLESALE tired if wo walk fifteen miles when they somo morning by ono stroke of wing can make circuit of tho whole BOOTS AND stellar system and bo back in time for matins KNOXVILLE TENN Perhaps yonder twinkling constclln tion is tho residence of tho martyrs thai group of twelvo luminaries tho celestial jtfTTho above cooda are handled by J home of tho Apostles Perhaps that steep of light is tho dwelling place of JAY CO IIuzol Green Ky angels cherubic bcraphic archangelic A mansion with as many rooms as worlds and all their windows illumi- Â¬ nated for festivity Oh how this widens and lifts and How little stimulates our expectation it makes the present and how stupenHow it condous it makes tho future soles us about our pious dead who in stead of being boxedmp and under the AND ground have the range of as many rooms as thero aro worlds and wol come everywhere because it is in which the Fathers house Nos 134 138 RACE STREET Oh thero aro many mansions Lord God of the Seven Stars and Orion CINCINNATI O how can I endure tho transport the ecstasy of such a vision I must obey my text and seek Him 1 will sook THE KRUSE 8 BAHLWAN Him I seek Him now for I call to mind that it is not tho material uni Â¬ verse that is most valuable but the spiritual and that each of us hns a soul wortli more than all tho worlds which the inspired herdsman saw from his COMPANY- booth on the hills of Tckoa 11 16 and 17 West Pearl Strut The Wnr ot It When most protty girls reach nineCINCINNATI O teen they become engaged to some poor young man and as he hasnt the money to marry on they wait until he has 53R Th wholesale trndq of Eaitera X saved it The waiting process is n long tacky li rospeotfully solicited and tiresome oue While tho young man is having a good time spending THE ninety cents and saving ten cents for lit- Â¬ his marriage the girl is growing 11 tle older a little plainer a little moro careworn and wasting her youth in waiting for a man who in most cases finds somo ono more attractive and eGOMPANY breaks the engagement If girls will look around at the great number of girls who have waited Notions for some poor man to their sortow Wholesale Dry Goods they will probably hesitate before en- Â¬ tering into nu engagement that prom Â¬ 101 103 and 105 W Fourth Streot ises to be long and fruitless and that leaves them worn out and with no CINCINNATI 0 faith in human nature at the end 8outh Side Very often a girl who is waiting for a young man to become rich throws away the real opportunity of her lifo very often sho is a slave to tho caprice of a man who finally deserts her Very often under such circum- Â¬ stances a woman gets 11 wrong idea of life and accuses tho world of faults it is not guilty of In a way men take very good caro of themselves for the reason that they accept tho lessons of life hard though they sometimes are but women make the mistake of trust ing too much and suffering needlessly for it Atchison Globo Nos 74 and 70 Main Street 0 Â¬ rft lHM ftbh Wholesale Grocers Â¬ Â¬ SHOES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fiMlII Ghmm MARKS BROS MARKS houbb HARDWARE Â¬ GEO W MALPIN GROSSMAN CO SCHLEUTKBR Saddlery and Harness CINCINNATI 0 Â¬ A merry heart makoth a cheerful saith tho wise man countenance When you go to visit the sick and af- Â¬ flicted carry bright cheer with you it is more than medicine moro than meat and drink A singlo bright flower will disperse a largo and frowning cloud of gloom If tho afflicted ono is poor aud in need go not with empty hands but give as tho Lord hath favored your own store of tho wine that makoth Never was a glad the heart of man singlo pain ausuuged by sympathetic moans It does not disgrace a gentleman to become an errand boy or a day laborer but it disgraces him much to become a knave or a thief aud knavery is not tho less knavery becauso it involves largo interests nor theft tho less theft becauso it is countenanced by usage It is an incomparably less guilty form of robbery to cut a purse out of a mans pocket than to take it out of his hand on tho understanding that you aro to steer his ship up channel when you do not know tho Boundings Rusklu There aro three unchanging racts Tin a main viz Sin suffering death of religion to moot these unfunction changing facts to deliver from sin to relievo suffering and to take away the btlng from death Hence rollglon too must be permnnont and the church in this sense unchanging Canon Liddon Â¬ Â¬ GUS MEYER WITH WMKEREC0 oJonnEiis ino Hardware Agricultural Implements OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA PLOWS FOSTER STOVE 00s EVAPORATORS COOKS MILLS CHAMPION REAPERS MOWERS STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS DOORS AND HASH A SPECIALTY Not 110 is 112 Second Stroet I RONTON OHIO Oly DO YOU WANT TO SAVB FROM 25 to CO CENTS ON EVERY DOLLAR YOU SPEND Iv so writ for our Illustrated Oatalooub containing illustrations andpriom 07 everytiiino manufactured vt the United States at manufacture ERtf all lines represented gataloau mailed freb ok application Address TRICKS 10000 ILLUSTRATION CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO No 178 West Van Bureu St CHICAGO ILL Writing Fapm SnvtlopM Talk ellce LftilftP 4lH CtU H Faith is tho pencil of tho soul that pictures heuvenly things Bishop Tay- Â¬ lor WoU rffclB 7t Pcper only 10 acta aUUBBHJt t Hazel Gjieen Hebald SPENCER COOPER MORGAN COUNTY Mfl - - - Editor HAZEL GREEN KY Friday Throuoh tho April 20 1892 influence of Marcus C Lisle mid other good Democrats of Clark that county polled the largest vote of any county in the district Involutions And when the day of election had ful- Â¬ ly come the Democrats were all of ono mind and at the same placethe polls ami presently a fecbl3 sound as of a crippled Republican breeze which Dad never been noticed before except in n claimed attention red bush certain Now it appears that in some places this bush influence did not make an impression as terrible as the bush allair that Moses encountered on one of his journeys and now in the fullness of time it hath appeared to all men that instead of it being a Republican breeze it was inddceel a Peoples party puff and now after some perpendicular Repub Â¬ licans have learned the mistake they are running over with self contempt and Kil LOOK 00T FOR OUR Trimble Bros wholesale MT STERLING m BARGAIN COUNTERS It WiU Pay Tn to tai Ml Is eaoGBB KY J It 1 Consignments of produce and the pntronime of Mountain Merchants respectfully solicited JeUlv Â¬ Sharp llruee Trimble T O Denton SHARP TRIMBLE DENTON MT STICKLING KY Chap W Rnm one of the attorneys who defended Guiteau in his trial for the murder of President Garfield died in Baltimore on Thursday of last week How can the will of a majority of 0 in every 100 Democrats be set aside and another nominated in place of honest Orover Cleveland is a conundrum that the Chicago convention alone can solve keens up the old Scotch customs at Cluny Castle having i piper lead his guests to meals in stately procession to the sound of the bagpipes The American taxpayers pay the piper Anmmikw Carnkoh Brown man in East ern Kentucky was last week rewarded by seeing a Clay man capture the last plum in the basket The remark of Judge Jewell is eminently appropriate on this occasion Â¬ The original T of Senator Gorman in Baltimore say that he will be a candidate for the Presidential nomination at the The friends Chicago convention He appears however to bo second choice with the Mary Â¬ land Democrats for these same friends have already endorsed Cleveland Â¬ Col John P Salyer plainly stated his position in The Herald of last week and that was just what we wished him to do But we opine to the belief that bis position is not in accord with the wish of tho Democracy of this district and we think investigation will show that we are correct Col Watterson of tho Louisville Courier Journal thinks it would be sui- Â¬ m cidal to put Hill in nomination under any circumstances and quite as disastrous to Democratic success to name Mr Cleveland as the Chicago nominee un Â¬ less indeed New York sends a solid Cleveland delegation May not New York send a solid delegation and the calamity Mr Watterson predicts be averted The change in New York pol itics every day shows that Mr Cleveland grows stronger with tho people Â¬ Â¬ been for a long time considerable speculation as to who Governor Brown would appoint Railroad Commis Â¬ There has sinner for Eastern Kentucky and there was a host of applicants for the place all of whom had rendered Governor Brown more or less service It was rea sonable to suppose that some one of these would get the position on the principle that to the victors belong the spoils but the boys who yelled for Brown were rewarded by seeing an orig- Â¬ inal Clay man capture the prize Such is politics but certainly not principle Â¬ Tin meeting of the Press Association at Lexington on the 10th and 11th of May promises to bo the grandest meet ing of that body ever held in Kentucky The City Council has appropriated 1000 toward the entertainment of the visitors and citicus of tho place have contrib uted largely to the same end Nothing which will tend to the enjoyment of those who attend will be missing and in after years the few days spent in tho bluegrass metropolis will be recalled with pleasant momories only Tho people of Lexington know how to entertain and on this occasion they will do their best Â¬ a great cry is made for sackcloth and And tis well for thoy as did ashes hold of a Stock of Goods at 50 Moses will profit by their red bush exas the joke furnishes its perience but cents on the dollar spot cash own grease it is running immensely which wo arc going to give to Our friend J E Quicksall recently our friends and tho public presented us with the largest ear of corn cob or rather an ear with the largest while it lasts Wo have made ever ecn in this locality 1 have for up our minds that wo arc go Â¬ some time thought that these third ing to Miow the people that party ites were trying to feed the people on soft corn and if this is the kind of we appreciate their splendid cobs they expect to choke us on I can patronage in the past and we it Uncle Jonathan tell you now are going to sell the splendid wont work for like the doctrine of the third party its too much to swallow purchase we made at less than M Pieratt has just returned from J the goods can he manufactured While there he saw John Cincinnati for All we ask of vou is to L Sullivan on the stage knocking and Cfivc our several pitching men around like a two legged Jumbo Rev J E Wright preached two ser- Â¬ He mons at this place last Sunday preaches here at 3 oclock i i on the A look We arc going to name a few of the manv hig drives fourth Sunday of each month we will otter you The Ezel Mill Co is overhauling and Good Plaid Cotton sold for 8ic now fc u yard increasing the capacity of their carding New Spring Style Shirting Printtt fust color 4o a yard machinery Uncle Stephen Pebworth is New Spring Style Dreas Prints fust colors ic a yard bossing the job Plaid Cheviot Suiting former price 10c now 5c a yard Edward Adkins son of Louis Adkins Camels Hair Suitings formerly 20c now 10c a yard near this place fell off a fence a few Heavy Jeans two good colors 10c a yard days ago and broke his arm Heavy Cottonade worth 20c now 10c a yard A small boy nephew of J B Cecil Cedar Pencils fc a dozen arrived here last week from Virginia Large Rubber Head Lead Pencils 10c a dozen making the trip by himself Falcon Bank nnd School Pens fc a dozen Hon Joe M Kendall was in town 75 Needles or three papers for 5c since the election looking as though he Large size Shaving Glass worth 10c for 5c was our Joe indeed Extra large size Shoe Blacking 5c a box J T Hazelrigg was in town last week Good Shoe Brush for 10c and puffed us way up about the extenGood Garter Web 2 yards 5c or 25c a bolt sion of the Coal road 2 Extra large boxes Lily White for 5c Miss Ellen Bayes left last week to Heavy Weight Note Paper 24 sheets or 1 quire 5c 50 Envelopes or 2 packages for 5c visit relatives in Illinois Five Thimbles all sizes for 5c April 5 Blurt Extra large Gilt Back Blank Book for 5c Too Much of u Jng Wire Garters and Sleeve Holders 5c V Cook Hainline a 24 Shoe Laces for 6c of Levi Montgomery county evidently 7 8 and 9 inch Covered Dress Steels 5c a dozen realizes by this time that the way of the Large 8 inch Rubber Redding Comb for 5c transgressor is hard Some months ago Large Horn and Rubber Fine Comb two for 5c Mr Hainline entered into a correspond Large Double Lock Money Purse 5c ence with Miss Elizabeth Brown a hand Â¬ School and Package Strap 10c some young lady of Maytown and in Ladies Hose absolutely fast black 5c a pair the course of events proposed marriage Ladies Fancy Hoe extra large 5c a pair Miss Brown accepted She was to meet Seamless Mixed Socks 5c a pair Mr Hainline at Mt Sterling They Splendid Fancy Socks 5c a pair were to be married on Wednesday of Childrens Black and Fancy Hose 5c a pair last week at 5 oclock in the afternoon Fancy Domet Flannel Overshirs 25c each Beforo the appointed time arrived how- Â¬ Mens Fancy Web End Suspenders 10c a pair ever Mr Hainline had it is alleged be- Â¬ 28 inch Turkey Red Bandana Handkerchief for 5c Hearing come very much intoxicated Childrens Fancy Handkerchiefs lc each of this Miss Brown became very indig Â¬ Extra heavy and well made Striped Jeans Pants worth 150 for 100 a pair nant and declared they should hence- Â¬ Extra heavy lli rib Umbrellas for 75c each I She said forth remain strangers each Genuine Gloria Silk Umbrellas for will not marry any man who drinks no Large Fancy Border Hand Towels 10c a pair matter how much money he may have Fancy Colored Window Curtains good 5c a yard I was greatly disappointed in Mr Hain- Â¬ One dozen Napkins fringed for 25c line he is not the kind of man I expect Â¬ ed to meet And thousands of other items we could name at equally Â¬ Have now a complete line of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes Whilo in Cincinnati wo got and Gents Furnishing Goods We solicit an inspection of our goods and guarantee pri ces satisfactory and articles as recommended Â¬ Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY Capital J M G L 200000 Surplus 30000 RIGSTAFF President IU It K PATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier Â¬ We rcpect fully solicit the tiusiiieN of mer chants tanners traders and business men generally throughout Kusteru Kentucky A general flunking business done Give us a clinuee to send vou u hank hook nay your cheeks and loan you money when in need W W Thompson Cash BARGAIN TABLES K S STRADER 7 J SOW Successor to J A Laii A Co E Main SntKKT LEXINGTON KY Wholesale Dealers in Straight Kentucky Brandies Whiskies c Wines FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY CIGARS AND TOBACCO Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old Tarf and Old Taylor I J DINGF ELDER WITH M ROBINSON Importers and Jobbers of CO Â¬ DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Nob 537 53J and G4- 1- -- We9t Main Street LOUISVILLE KY well-to-widow- H IG5 G FEDEB Cut Price House 107 RACE STREET CINCINNATI OHR Sl IWar- - 71 UNDERWEAR SHAWLS HOSl- LENDERS mid all kinds of small wares anil other goods in Notion and Furnishing Goods Line ERY GLOVES RLANKETS Vfc Fkdki ACo Church Street New York Speciul attention to mail orders 500 llG R II BRYAN WITH 1 PEARSOmCLARK WHOLESALE fiflLK fftfjfc iTQr hi u1 if t rf rr 1 IP WWvF rmtn Â¬ of the pays our old friend Mark Courier Journal Smith formerly of Lexington tho folHon Marcus A lowing compliment Arizona has almost Smith delegate from abandoned hope of securing Statehood for that territory during tho present sea don Every ono concedes that tho pop ular delegate from Arizona will be electÂ¬ ed to the Senate when Arizona is admit tyd Ho has worked laboriously and zealously for four years to seouro its admission Mr Smith is ono of tho most popular men in tho Houaud has umdo Ho well n most ufctful Representative deserves promotion m Â¬ Â¬ The Washington correspondent Clay City Chat We have another shoe shop in town now operated by Mr Cummins late of Sid Mapel says that Hazel Green when it conies to the egg trade hes in it clear up to his chin having taken in JiO G T Center of dozen last Saturday has delivered about eleven Camptou thousand logs at this place on tho last two tides He has between thirty and forty thousand more yet 10 put in the M Kash of Hazel booms Dr Green spent several days last week and tho first of this in this city having been called by tho serious illness of his daugh- ter Mrs Floyd Day Tho doctor is an old timer in Eastern Kentucky an intcl- ligent gentleman and a good eon versa tionalUt He was much impressed with our city and its people and expressed considerable astonishment at tho marvel Â¬ ous development of this section in tho lint few years Chronicle 1 low prices In addition to above immense bargains we will sell to every cash puroaaser of 5 00 or over also to every person paying us S10 00 or over in cash on notes and accounts 1214 WEST MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY 6 Pounds of our Choicest Coffee for One Doilar We also give free to every cash purchaser of or more a very handsome gilt frame looking glas or large size picture or chromo We hae the largest TIIE BANK 100 WINCHESTER a X II WINCHESTER WITHERSPOON R I KY t President HUNTER Cashier Stock in the titate outside of Louisville We want your pat ronage and will make prices to secure it Ve will also take in exchange for merchandise or on notes and accounts all kinds or merchantable produce live stock saw logs and railroad cross ties General Merchandise Paid up CnpiTnT Â¬ This Hank solicits the accounts of nicr chants funnel linden and business men geurrully throughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of octlHlv legitimate banking Surplus 20000000 0000000 ROSE DeBUSK IUACTKAL i UK uumoru meeting oi tne rrcauienisi and Executive Committees of State Alii- anccs from tho South says the life of tho J T DAY tiil CO srerfaca f i Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers HAZEL GREEN KY Illucksinithiiig of nil kinds solicited and We make a specialty of building Lhorse wagons and guarantee all work NOTICE All ho arc Indebted to the linn or either of us for work must conic and settle and cash or satisfactory terms w ill be demanded for all work done hereafter Thanking you for past patronage and liciting it continuance of the same we ROSEA DkIILMv work promptly done order is throitoncd and that the meeting is without a parallel Tho conference is to be secret ABmm - Job printing cheap at this oilico OF EASTERN KENTUCKY mmM ATIiIiik of llcituty Is u toy forever WOLFE COUNTY TTiiT A Ml J1 T JL XjuXviXX X When Keats wrote tlio lino above Campion Cmicncj Has a larger circulation in w nife Mnrifnn quoted lie could hardlv havo had in Isaac McGuire of West Liberty was hii1 Hroiitliltt tlutii all otliiT papers in the WI llmt tu0 lMm Mt Cm in town Sunday state and merchants in Mt Sterling Win mml Louisville ami Mucin of Loxilieton would niako tiaint that Chester Iexinirtou A J Cole of Barbourvillo was regisirAK8 IN iu tered at the Combs House Saturday and nut notwithstanding a look nt tho work Sunday ADVKUTISISI IlATKrf executed with this paint leads one to T It ANSI its r Miss Ida Boso who has been here for tho conclusion of some such thought Advertisements inserted Tor less tliiui 3 some time taking music lessons lias re cents an inch fur the first The future home of Tin Hikaid stall mouths will lie cents an inch for each sub on Mount Joy has recently received two turned home insertion and M qiiLMit insertion COatS of tluH colelirilfed miiiit mill tlimurli J N Vaughn and wife have just reMi Am Ti nniint Auvkutisixo mist tlle house had not been painted turned from Cincinnati where they had in many iik iaid in advami 3uy your goods while they are cheap and now is tho time years it now looks as irood in new Tim been to purchase a new stock of goods stanimnu aivkitisimints I I0U1 b Jonas yansant of this place went to w9 V i inches iHoojnnd they pronounce the paint tho best Heatty ville on last Tuesday and assisted I inches is jnoj at lne in organizing a lodge of Odd Fellows at tCy jmve ever s0jt inches - Hi and this is our reason Wo want to buy more goods it Inclics Ji 01 ouiKiing named ami an interview with that place liiberal rates on lancer advertisements these gentlemen who have done such a Bruce Stamper on of Dr J H Stam is business you sec We are not in business made known on iiilieation Local notices o he intersiersel among handsome job will convince the most per of this place has just returned from merely for pleasure nor for health but for the profit and reading matter 10 cents a line with a dis skeptical that the paint is all that is Jackson Breathitt county to which the way to make it profitable is to sell everybody And the count of L per cent where they run a month claimed for it place lie had recently gone to attend or more way to sell everybody is to sell cheaper than anybody And Lion paint is made of lead zinc and school unituurios trinities 01 lostioet etc se a that is what we are going to do for Cash or Country Pro Â¬ line Count six words to the line and send linseed oil ground by the latest improy Died on the 21th inst at his residence We will write money with the manuscript ed machinery It is made by practical here Hon C M Hanks Sr after a long duce obituaries and publish at cents a line Marriage and death notices not exceeding painters with years of experience have extended the Credit System until we are compelled to closo otir It is illness He was Buried by the Masonic ten lines solicited mid published vuvv better than lead and oil mixed in the order several lodges from other towns Ki C hooks and we respectfully iihIc those who owe ns to come in and pay part lt lIIIS l OII HldflAlt AlVKKTsX or all of your note or account Trusting vou will heed this we remain ordinary way by hand because lead as being present IVYAMK 2lWTKKIY OX DKMAKD CO Very respectfully t II F PIERATT it is corroded nowadays is not free from Address SIl NVKIl COOIMIt L E Daniel Deputy U S Marshal ilnel Irccu Ky acid and eats up tiie linseed oil and passed through here makes the paint chalk oh Zinc by it- Â¬ at Mt Sterling with Wm Tolson of Lee City Dr J A Timlbee informs us that the self dries too hard and scales oil By Sunday 113 115 W Third CINCINNATI O latest addition to his family has been putting the two together in the right and Howard Moore of Stillwater this county as prisoners They were charged named Klia Lnle Hughes Taulhee proportions the Lion Paint Co finds a MANUFACTUKFHS He took them to inoonshuiing happy medium which does not chalk oil with Waxtii A middle aged woman to nor scale oil One gallon of Lion paint Mt Sterling to have an examining trial by W H CILLIS cook wasli and iron for small family II W Atkeson of SalyersvillC Dep Â¬ covers one half more space than any good salary to right one Apply at this other paint made by hand and is guar uty Grand Master of the I O O F oroffice anteed to last longer than lead and oil ganized at this place on the 20th inst Itidgc Swango and wife who have alone The company is responsible and a lodge of Odd Fellows known as the been visiting relatives and friends at this has a reputation to sustain They will Lykins Lodge No 503 The following place for a week past left Wednesday paint your property over at their own ollicers were elected J C Lykins N J G W WAtiS- - 39H m for their home in Frankfort expense if the paint does not do as rec G Jonas F Vansant V 1 1 Vb- IWMt 3Ftt77KFJK M Hollon Treasommended It is made in all colors Lovelace Secretary J THE F W Spears aget of the Mutual ready for use put up in pint quart half urer C C Hanks It S N G Dr Iife Insurance Co of Kentucky with gallon and gallon cans and barrels and II Stamper R S V G J B Davis headquarters at Louisville was a gucst half barrels Parties wishing to pur Warden S D Shackelford Conductor of the Day House several d ivs this week chase this paint should leave orders at and Win Burton I O The following members from other towns were here John E White who will be remem- Tin HrUAin oflice C and assisted in the organization olj ffTt bered as a drummer who visited this A Worthy Cruise Cordwell J S Park Tlios L Sewell section quite frequently a few years ago The Through the courtesv of J P Tects G T Willet and Edward Marcuin of died of heart disease at Lexington one of Teets Bros Arenic Combi Â¬ Jackson J P Small wood J D Sebree manager day last week nation the company will give the initial H L Wheeler M M Hounshell J G t is not a Patent Paint but the best Paint that can be made Judge Sam Patrick of Jackson was a entertainment of their seasons perfor- Greene Wm Goosey and J L Stamper uuest of the Day House Saturday night mances some time in the early part of May of Beatty ville Sherman Gullet and H by an experiended Practical Painter with the assistance of is guaran He was en route from West Liberty here in Hazel Green and the proceeds W Atkeson of Salyersvillc and Ed the latest improved and powerful machinery teed to give satisfaction Will cover one half more span where his court had just adjourned for of this first exhibition will be donated Sulsberry of Torrent solely to the benefit of the Masonic the April term than lead and oil mixed by hand Sent freight paid for KrpoitTirt April 25 Temple to be built at this place for One reliable dealer wanted in each per gallon Monday is County Court day at Camp Mizpah Lodge No 007 The The special election last Thursday to generosity town Send for color cards etc to ton and our friends in that vicinity of these gentlemen in thus donating to choose a Congressman from this district should call on Jonas Vansant Floyd the Masons of this place should and resulted in a victory for Jo M Kendall KY Hyrd or Postmaster Horton and renew doubtless will receive the hearty sup the Democratic nominee witli practi for Tun HeuaiI Clark county gave port of every man and woman in this cally no opposition Hazel Green Herald 1 Jl riEUATT J a te H aiicSiissiissKiSffir ln a hfciv Â¬ F PIERATT CiO Â¬ eillHAL LIVE STOCK that MI5MEJyClSS n COUNTRY PRODUCE Â¬ Good People Play Progression H imiIb I Â¬ Dont ffiWe FEDER SILBERBERG Street CO wMAwJHmE Represented Â¬ Â¬ lLON BEST Â¬ w7miLmks For gyiiJfrv - iSK REAW Â¬ 1 IS Â¬ Â¬ Paint -- m Best is the Cheapest Â¬ It lo Lion Paint and Color Works LEXINGTON Â¬ Dr F M Thomas of Ecl paid our town a flying business visit Monday He came up to get some printing for the ICzel Mill Co and we learned that the mill is just now enjoying a good patronage Â¬ of this place left Wednesday in company with Judge She Swango and wife for Frankfort Mary Daviess of will also visit Miss Jeorgetown and Miss Laura Uawlings of Covington before she returns Miss Lillie Day Commercial Note Paper Legal Note Paper Lead Pencils Pens Ac The Peninsula Enterprise inblished All of the best ipmlity and sold nt the It H Bryan representing Pearson Col II lowest prices We have also a supply of the at Accomac C II Va savs lark wholesale grocers of Lexington S Cheves of Kentucky an eloquent finest printers stationery ever seen in Eastern Kentucky including Irish linen Amer was a guest of the Day House Wednes- Southern orator will address the people ican linen Old Berwick fce and will print To tho People Are vou tired of paying old accounts and long prices and do yon day night and Thursday and interviewed at Accomac C II next Monday on the and furnish it in qunntiticH to suit at the want to llinl a place where ou can Imv oods with no loss of time AT TJIAT lowest rates this ollice a call when DIFY COMII TITION and where you will not he charged with the loss that follows a of question of Temperance and in the in you want paper Jiveprinting some of our merchants in the interest or of any kind and credit system If so call 011 me and I will use evcrv cllort in my power to make our his firm tf business association hoth prolitahle and pleasant With thanks for your patrouae in the Many have money terest of the Prohibition party past and hoping to have a liberal share of the same in future I am There was received at the post office at of our readers will remember Col Cheves Most respectfully IKO W HOIIIXHOX this place one day last week a horned as the founder and editor of the Mt frog from Texas It was consigned to Sterling Democrat before that paper was Tinker Sparks of thi county had the misfortune Tuesday to break one of his legs With some others he was felling trees on the farm of Judge Carson mid a tree lodging in a sapling he attempted to dislodge it witli the above result section who realizes the importance that attaches to such an old and honored fraternity as the Masonic order and the Tects Bros should on that occasion have the largest audience that ever assembled under a canvass in Eastern Kentucky Let every man make ready to witness The exhitheir opening entertainment bition will be a moral one full of feats of daring upon the trapeze horizontal bar hazards tip top tumbling mirth provoking merriment and side splitting Indeed everything pertainspecialties ing to a first cbiss acrobatic aggregation of arenic aerolites may be seen on this occa- Â¬ sion America has been searched for the acme of arenic artists and they will all appear on this occasion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ him a clear majority of 187 1 votes per Â¬ haps the largest majority given by any KY CATLETTSBURG county in the district We have not Tho Largest Drug Houso in the Ohio Vnlley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by the Dozen heard from Montgomery county yet but 16000 Square Foot of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed it is probable her majority will approxi JI mate fifty per cent of that given by X Sole proprietor of the renowued o S HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIALI 2 NEPVi KlUni Clark There arc no returns from any The only remedy that is Aolri 011 an aliso For the permanent eure of 1aiiiH in the of the other counties as yet and nothing flute Kuaruutee to eure all IniiiH and Hack and all disorder of the Kidnev definite in regard to the vote of the dis- Â¬ and Urinary OrvaiiH Thousands of eer Aelies Cramps and Colic Diarrluea ly outcry ImmI internally tilieatcs of those who hnvc used this oxter trict can be given at this writing Win- anally etc ltest Liniment in and world The the o remedy win ou scni on iimuicimou chester Sun April 25 PRICK 1M lKHK 25 CKNTS I WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS Â¬ r9OVy044444460A 44044444 tX Â¬ 0tt46-046-04o40A- Â¬ Citizens of Hazel ireen and vicinity cnii secure stationery of any kind they niitv de sire by culling at this ollice We have just received HMIi l lli lU lli 1 O Â¬ flfFoit Sam hy Dkih Stoi and Countuy 4AAt0H4 Stokkh Kviiywhkre 8 M lh Mb o lb Ledger Paper Journal Iapcr Letter Paper Foolscap Paper NEW HOUSE NEW GOODS NEW PRICES Dealer in General Merchandise CAMPTON KENTUCKY IltllIS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Houston Ohair and while on exhibition consolidated with the Sentinel at the oflice attracted many of the curiMine host S S Combs of the Combs ous of the communty House Campton came over to see us on Our efficient and accommodating Wednesday and get 500 bills printed for County Court Clerk J Buck Hollon of his store at tVat place which he tells us Campton was a guest of the Day House is doing a handsome business and selling Tuesday night Uiuk is one of the most goods remarkably cheap We aie alwavs companionable fellows in Kentucky and glad to see Mr Coiuhs for aside fro his l r i we are always glad to see him 011 this 11v11 iiuiii uiii 111 1111 iv Miiiwiiinn aim vn- side of the county eral merchants in ICideni Kentucky he A letter from Mrs Floyd Day of Clay is one of our bo t patroin City to her sister Mrs Wiley May of The following letters remain uncalled this city a few days since brought the for at the post olhce and parties calling information that Hob Cummins Jr was Advertised drowned in Bed river just below Clay for them will please sav riuiir ilm r Ikt iril ii- - iu n His father had City a few days prior if llf trittaivtl sent him to look after a fish trap and lyuiaii Wilson ur Jevy wniie uiss 2 I yd Hctlr June Ki v being gone longer than he thought nec- Maggie Hughes M Hawthorne Also the following essary he went out to look for him Not IJ articles with no address Ladys yarn seeing him at tins point where thn trap gloves hug of ntarch hras rahhit hras was located he supposed he had returnhairpin ed homo by another route but upon go Tlie IaviiiLton hrothcrs profosHioiial ing home himself and not finding him he became alarmed and started in quest circus porformorrt are gtiOflts of the Day of him witli a party of friends After llmw anil am here to secure an hriihc i hunting a short time they fouiu his inent with the Tects linn Show which will body 011 a mmd bar below the lish will give its first performance herein the early part of May trap Â¬ 1 g a itiaariiiBsa a Executed at this odicc in the hijrhot style of the art and at satisfactory prices Work Noteheads envelopes ne promptly done and nollinu hut the heM Uuclnu of every known remedy of two years stamJIiu with threo applications Jay-Kyo-H- Alii J 1 IAHK incKory rovo iarm nonio VlsnuyH After trying I removed a largo Hunch from u a ycur old Ally or --- S S lillsc QUINNS OINTMENT Itlstlioliestnreparatlon I havnovoruBCdorhoard of 1 heartily recommend It to all llorKomeu We T ini uiiiivriiii iiiiMi reiMi lor esiimMie K have hundreds cj such testimonial DAV -1 110 US t Mils LOU DAY PrnprietreHw This Iiounu has heeu reeeullv refitted and UalH tM lllirkLt Sample room attaelied and spe hil ruteH to cmiiiiwrdal men Patronage ih all y respectfully solieiteil 1Ijii 11 urix Ky 81 10 A Price nut kfip rerlinltle sinnimursiivirroririHH mooes itHeniiusic A w n iIV TIUDK MAllK CO Wliltchull N Y 1 AalcyourdniKKlitl forlt Ifliu 11 f reasonahle - I Â¬ TR A TAULHKK Physician and Surgeon J Â¬ JIiizol Oroen - Â¬ - Uolfo County KKXTUCKV -- - I TV OClvll A UJf DENTIST KZFL KV The undersigned takes pleasure in announcini that they Shave just Jcoumleted ar rauucinciilH with the American Hook Company hat will enable him to sell the school books adopted hv the Stale Hoard ol Jilucalion nt lie loiiowinc reduced rales V h Hays Now First Arithinutlc li Me iu leys Small Illmer SVennil Arillimetlc Jii Kcviscil Primer i riltr III1IMMVIII 17 Iclectlo Spullijr JII1I All o Key to same 17 First Header II IkIi Arithmetic 0 Second Header i Kev tosnmo II ID Third Header fio II jfJulleyH 1st Keleetlc Ueotrnipliy Fourth Header Jil Kelcctle Oiojjraphy 0 IlJi Fifth Header Id Keleothi JeoKrtiphy II Sixth n 1HW 111 The above school book pilolieailoilH 01 ino American jiook iuniiiiiiir wiu nuiitMiinvi stiindards and wo shall at all times have a Ml Hiniply on liutul for mile to uohool ofliccrs toacher or pupils nt the prluei named utner huiiooioook juiimisiicii uv inn ninericau Hook oiiipitny UI7 Walnut atreet Ciiielniiatl Huppliod at irrepiidliiKlv low prices J T DAY it CO Ilnzel Ureen Kv I GIEAPER SfiHOOt BflOKS lllnltl 1 1 r 1 t Hazel Green Herald SPXMOXK OOOPBR FaWkJwr I AZEL GREEN SHORTEN I KY ments longor nnd then went Indoors to their household work Next day Olivo contrived to have a talk with her mother and ask her questions about Undo Wake and his business Hut Mrs Challock had not much to tell Lie was always a kind hearted man she said and a good husband to my poor sister Your aunt Ruth diedyoung lie loved her very much I almost won- Â¬ der that ho married again and yet I oughtnt to wonder seeing that I mar- Â¬ ried a second time although I loved your father dearly Wo widows anil widowers allow ourselves to be talked over even when our hearts are buried Yes Mr in the grave of our llrst love Wake is a good man Olive Has he any children Olive asked The second wife had one daughter Ilo wrote and told mo of the birth I never heard of any other children Mrs Challock replied And do you really think mother that he would let me live in his house if 1 earned my own bread Olive said May I write to him earnestly Mrs Challock an- Â¬ You may write Hut I did not swered after a pause want to part with you till you were married tell him that And oh Olive dont say much about your stepfather lie might bo a worse man than he is you know but it troubles me sorely that he doesnt take to you Ive been an unfortunate woman Olive very un AND HERBERT nno tfim Shy plays round ray knco Whllo I read Herbert Spencer Uut still the mora 1 road nnd road My Ignorance Rrtma denser For Shorten Shy decries my tnsto And tells mo every minute Say papa I dont like that book Thcro aint no lions In It How Uut one man reads his work way througn For thousands that begin it They loavo ono halt the leaves uncut There aint no lions In It Herbert Spencer Is a Rrcat compelling tulnkor No heavy plummet lino of truth Goes deeper than his slnltor A world The npcolil errors In their den Doom Herbert Spencer throttle And rnnks with Nowton Dacon Kant And ancient Aristotle Tho mighty homuco of the fow Tin sc towering slants win it The millions tdiun their hunting ground There aint bo lions In It bird notes and whispers of many Icavoa camo to hor like familiar voices And Lucy too lay listening to the music of tho dying summer with a great peace in her heart They talked to each other in these last hours more freely than they had ever spoken before All the shadows of tho past had been swept away from Lucys soul She looked back on the path that she had trodden with such weary feet and saw it illumined with a divine light It was just tho same path that she had known always there was the place where she had stumbled over the sharp stones and risen bruised and bleeding there was the spot where one had turned his face from hers and left her to toil onward all alone Nothing was changed not a single way marls was gone Hut the eyes that looked back on tho past had gained a new and clearer sight they could see where good had triumphed and evil had been stricken down ami they could discern the footprints of angels where the way had been darkest and saddest From beginning to end it was a way that had been watched over and guarded by love arMKMiiKU wclcomo And the florist wrote to nay that he was willing to let hor como and try her skill adding that he hod never had an employe so clever as Miss Cromer So the way was made clear for Olives feet but before she ventured out into tho new path K was well for her to pause and rest It was a stormy autumn the last rod tatters of the Virgiua creeper were torn from the cottage walls and no gold and russet leaves wcro left for Olivo to weave into garlands but there was al Â¬ ways plenty of ivy for her quick lingers to practice upon And then too there was other work to be done in tho long evenings Mrs Hooper and Olive sat and sewed together and grew fond of each other in their loneliness Tho wind moaned and whistled round their little dwelling by and by the snow fell and they felt themselves cut oil altogether from the great world Hut these dreary MARRYING TITLES It Is n Kinky IlunlnrHs n ptimlvo Welt us an Out1 Ix moiHnyslo swamp Thlolt grown ith sturdy scions Aid roam tho Meadows of romance With Shortcut unci his lions Ho brings his gaudy Noahs Ark book And begs mo to begin It Hotter than llubbut 1encor book That aint no llous In It I loavo this Now wend about tho efalunt So big he scares tho pooplo An wead about tho kangorwoo So I take up the Noahs Ark book And sturdily negln it Who jumps upon tho teeple And road about tho efalunts And lions that arc in It Shortom will grow in soberness His life become In tenser Some day hell drop his ofaluntB And take up Herbert Sponoer Hut life can have no happier years Thnn glad years that begin it A mil if o f oinotlmos grows dull and tarns That has no lions in it S W Foss in Yankoo Hlado v Nr s SflBMEoypjiEx v liy 8i r hor arm round tlic girls shoulders and Men have spoke with quick sympathy moods and oome out of their dark them Aaron never was quite as other men lie was are said June sorrowfully always more desponding than others always believing himself an ill starred creature 2so one over had such a strong itiHuenco over him as Michael had Michael could make him hopeful and cheerful he looked up to Michael as a hero you know it Olive and now lane was a quiet woman and she took her trouble in a quiet fashion Tears stolo down her cheeks but there was no sob no passionate cry of dis trcss Olive weeping too drew closer nnd comforted her as a sister I dont want to say anything hard about Michael said lane drying her eyes and returning Olives kiss But 1 wish oh how I wish that he would be as friendly with Aaron as he used to be lust a cheering word now and then or n few minutes talk about old times would bet Aaion up and lift him out of himself You know he has almost wor Â¬ shiped Michael all his life and ho thought that when his old friend came to Rattcrsbys works he would be loue Jy and home sick uo more What could Olive bay She still kept her arm round Jane and puzzled her brain to find comforting words Dear lane Michael is always preoc- Â¬ I wish it she said at last cupied so but t cannot change him were not Perhaps by und by when he has won all that ho is striving for he will have thoughts to spare for old friends and will be his old self again Hut if he ever does become his old self again ho will look round ia vain for old friends They lane answered cant wait you see till ho has time to spare Hut Olive 1 am afraid that Michael dislikes having Aaron near him Only Aaron knows anything of Michaels early days and men who want to riso very high sometimes hato those who remind thwn of their low be- Â¬ I HAITKR llI CONTiNnn Dont talk so dear Jane Olive put ginning Olive flushed deeply womans influence Jane smiled somewhat comforted ami tho sweet evening wind kissed tho two faces as it camo blowing freshly across tho clowns Tho air seemed full flowers oi tho breath of wild and quiet thcro glad wcro hopo and pcaie world of low hills ncsain this rcmoto 1 ho mid green meadows and violets few mo th ffute jjlrjb littered at Aaron should not encourage such faueios sho said and I have often heard our old vicar say that people are hard on the man who rises They always suspect him of looking down on old as Â¬ sociates they take his prido for grant- Â¬ ed and never give him the benefit of a doubt 1 only hope that Aaron is mistaken I have always Inno replied tncokly admired Michael very much and I want to believe in him for your sake Then do believe in him dear on treated Olive and try to bring Aaron into a brighter mood Ah if wo had him hero wo would soon dispol Ids doubts and oars What a gloomy crea- Â¬ ture u man is when ho is away from a opened to her She did not tell Olive what kind of Heaven it was that had been revealed to her spiritual gae the kingdom of God was within her fortunate were very unfor- Â¬ and these last days of her earthly pil- Â¬ Yes mother you Â¬ an tunate in losing my father Olive said grimage were unfolded inlight atmos Ono phere of sweetness and quietly Mrs Challock began to cry in a muse evening when she had been lying less fashion Now and then she paid silently with eyes closed Olive had this tribute of silent tears to tho de- Â¬ gone to a seat by the open window and parted and blamed Providence in her was looking out upon the sun touched She thought that Lucy was spiritless way for having removed him hills always spoke of herself as a wom Â¬ asleep and started at the sound of her She an who had been badly used by the friends faint voice There is something that I want to powers above and went so far as to say Do say dear said Lucy tenderly that an angelic guard ought to have you know that one of the sweetest fvel Â¬ been specially provided for a defenseless widow When her mother was in ings in life is the sense of being able to No you do not know it as this mood Olive was apt to betray a lit- Â¬ forgive impatience As Mrs Challock dried yet you have suiYered no givat wrong tle time when her tears she began to bewail her fate Hut if ever there comes ifaever you are you are greatly injured in the usual strain and the girl spoke wounded deeply by a hand you have out at last she loved then you may remember these There is Mrs Hooper mother said she was left a widow and she words of mine Forgive if you would has never married again and yet she And peace Forgive if you would havo was no better defended than you vour wounds healed and feel the soft touch of Christs linger on your sore were Oh Olive moaned Mrs Challock heart Olive was silent but she drew near shaking her head she was far better The ioaf and took Lucys hand defended than I was Not by angel whispers tilled up the pause the room guards perhaps but by a plain face and a woman can have no safer protec- Â¬ wai- full of the rich scent of jessamine Â¬ a flower that Lucy loved and long af tion than that Olive looked half pityinglv at tho terwards its perfume brought back to sweet faded face by her side and felt Olive a memory of her friends last were Some that there was some truth in those words and looks coverlet sprays of tho some scattered over the words She knew that she herself had more beauty than her mother had ever white star like blossoms had drifted possessed Mrs Challock had often told down on the floor Lucy had never llower was so her so but she thought with a girlh told why this quick womanly dear to instinct but Olives happy eoniidenee that her defense was her divined that it wits one of tho links that sure and strong Michaels love for her and her love for him this would be her bound her to the past Such links are shield and buckler She put her arm often flower links fragile and sweet Â¬ round her mothers shoulders and yet strong as a chain of steel and lasting unbroken through all the chances spoke in a caressing tone and changes of time Then you will let me write to Tnele You must never think sorrowfully Dont fret little she said Wake I have of mo Olive Lucv went on mother Lucy says it will be bost for ivn wlui iMiiineil in w BIV be- Â¬ Pni cuiiviiiWi lt me to know something of London fore I go to live there as Michaels wife haste and snatched all the richest It would be trying for him to have to grain Here in this quiet village I have gathered all the blessings that I teach me everything Your father never thought it a trial missel when I lived in the world In 1 to teach me sighed Mrs Challock her these last days I have reaped all and head still running on the past but too shall be gathered into the garner Do you not see that mine is a happy fate 1 have done nothing to deserve these royal compassions these outpour Â¬ ings of a Fathers loving kindness and yet they are mine Thus Lucy talked and Olive listened and in the growing amber light the woods and meadows stretched softly away showing dimly through a glorious mist that slowly faded into dusk They heard the last good night of the birds and felt the llrst cool sigh of night before tho lattice was closed It was then that Lucy said a silent faro well to earthly things The quiet night passed away in peace the sun rose and the village awoke to its daily labor but tlic jessamine blossoms lay upon a pulseless heart and on the still face there was an ideal beauty a faint smile of unutterable peace Long afterwards Olive was glad that she had watched by the side of her dead friend glad that she had woven a chap YK3 OIIVK YOU MAY WIUTK let of feathery ferns and jessamine for There are tltAt llVi linl uiAiiilkitiil nniiftniin T nnlr Lucys last resting place 1J1II4U All JMHIV Hbvt 11111 llllM WJ es unve times when to each ono of us comes tho more wish I had learned you may write und see what comes of thoiiLht of those who have taught us1 by their words and deeds and we flm it Hut soma timo passed by before that their traces in other lives and liglnt upon their footprints in strange paths letter was written so which wo novor expected to tread Poor Janes love troubles pressed heavily on her mind that she fell ill They laid Lucy in the breezy old and Olive had to help in nursing and churchyard under the high hill among then Mrs Challock herself grew sick the graves which Olive had known from and claimed her childs eare These childhood but it was not here in this illnesses were not alarming but they quiet nook that the clear echoes of changed Olives plans for awhile and Lucys voice would como to her from tho summer seemed to slip away una- tho past After her nieces death Mrs Hooper wares And just after tho harvest had been gathered in and tho sun shone pined for companionship and dreadedÂ¬ calmly over Holds that wore shorn of the long winter spent in tho little cot all their wealth of gold Lucy Cromers tage alone She begged Olive to stay with her till tho spring camo again life story camo to an end Stay with mo as much as you can and In truth the girl was too tired and Hut Olive sho said when she had given up worn to begin a new life at once wrote to Mr Wake and wrote also her placo on the llttlo couch downstairs sho I havo had friends and lovers but to the florist in Regent street who had employed Lucy inclosing a letter of novor ono sister till you camo to mo Â¬ So Olivo spent hour after hour in the recommendation which had been writanswers to small bedroom under tho thatch and ten by Lucy herself Tho sunbeams and wandering breezes made these letters were more satisfactory their way through tho open lattice than sho hud expected them to be There was a thick wreath of ivy und Samuel Wake was a man who novor did roses round tho window tho swallows things by halves he was ready not only had uotyev taken their departure and to receive Olive but to give her a hearty 4 that she was leaving for Heaven had Lucy had little to regret in the world CHAlTHU IV mi wiikn t am ooni away - - y LF oitVK sroon hy IITY i S GKAAt j - I days passed away and Olive oke one morning to find that the wintry earth was full of promise of spring Michael was looking forward eagerly to her coming His letters spoke of he glorious future that was opening out be As usual he had a fore them both groat deal to say about himself and not ono word of Aaron although poor Jane was hungering for news Aaron has not written to mo for a long time said Jane with tears in her Oh Olive I shall be glad now eyes when you are gone to London You will see him and ask him why he neglects old friends You shall know everything Jane Only keep a brave Olive answered I dont think Aaron will heart dear be reserved with me Tho sight of an Hastmeon face will thaw the ice that has gathered round his heart Jane God grant it may bo so Hut 1 have thought lately sighed that my old dream would never como true 1 havo thought Uiat perhaps 1 was not meant for Anion nor Aaron for me Maybe 1 sfcould not make him happy if we wcj married I am easily depressed and I should feel just as he felt all his moods would bo mine Olive was silent for a moment Through all her anxiety to insure lanes happiness there had sometimes Hashed such thoughts as these A stronger more self conlldent woman might have led Aaron out of his gloom by the force of hor will Hut lane gentle and timorous could only sit beside him in the shadow of his own fears And yet how well she loved him How impossible it seemed for hor to go on living without Â¬ Â¬ widow or maid chooses to take hor millions and lay them down on foreign soil in exchange for a title there surely should be no objection to her doing so I f this is the free country which it claims to be any interference with liberty ami the pursuit of happiness is clearly uncon- Â¬ stitutional Of course there is a great risk to run American girls are not brought up in foreign ways and alli ances of this sort are almost always inharmonious but that is or should be so well understood that it is part of the contract and a natural consequence of such an arrangement Therefore if my laily funis herself black and blue from the too too material chldingsof her lord and master let hor not be rebellious but accept stripes as a part of her bargain As she has sold herself for a title let her title console her in her trials While there are possibly giomc happy and harmonious relations between American girls and titled foreigners the number is very small as compared with those that turn out disastrously to the woman in the ease Especially is this tnio of marriagewith titled Frenchmen and Ilaans The constitution of society in those countries is so unlike oars and the position of women diflers so greatly from that to which American women are accustomed that half a lifetime i not too long to learn to adjust oneself to such changed conditions In defense of the women it is said that those who marry titled foreigner have live abroad long enough to be come acquainted with foreign way foreign men and Hut ths i scarcely possible unless they have lived in those countries and been a part and parcel of the family life and ven then it isdillicult to learn the undercurrents of a society so diametrically opposite to ours in many par ticulars If happiness is the object in life as it seems to be to many persons then it should be sought where individual fancy directs What is the highest happincs to sumo is the greatest misery to others Therefore it may be said that if tin Am riean girl finds a title m the bright est daydreams of her life let her buy it if she has the money to do so Hut having done this and taken with the title tho various peculiarities and eccen tricities of the foreign nobleman let her seek consolation in the fact that she has got what she paid for and should take the consequences like a X Lodger little man Â¬ - If an American i i HE A PROTESTED ToniliTloot Tlmt llittl Nil The bad man of the town had boon bnlldoing all the customers in the Gray Gulch saloon and finally he rolled across tho room and resting both hand on the counter he fixed his terrible eye on the tenderfoot who had just arrived that day to fill the position of drink dis penser in waiting to the sovereign peoÂ¬ lloi of Dying Â¬ ple Say young feller he growled do yer want tor die Â¬ must havo patience Jane sho said at last in her sweet voice sho added with a sudden suppose smile that you never give a thought to your first lover You have quite forgotten Robert Steele Janes tone was alRobert Steele Ho was only a boy most scornful Wo 1 him Â¬ tt I I I i Â¬ respect for him There wns the mak ing of a tine man in Robert lie was a bright lad enough Jane Hut who would said indiflerently Till Niwv Wilt tor twice of a lads fancy it comes think coffee- is so poor I cant drink This and goes like a butterfly Aaron is the only man I have ever taken into my it Must shut your eyes put it out of heart Olivo and I thought aye I be sight and dont say anything about it loved me lured that he At was the reply of the new waiter who Relieve it still Olivo replied nny rate Ixdiovo it till 1 havo seen him was something of a humorist The guest did not make any reply and talked with him arrangement were but when he came to pav ho handed All Olives simple completed before April camo to an end over to the proprietor of the establishand it was decided that sho was to go ment a solitary cent Where is the rest of tho money up to town on tho lirat of May Mlust shut your eyes put it out of ichael had tlxed on a train that would sight and dont say a word about it get to London at six in the evening at what your new waiter said that hour ho could meet her convenient- Thats him tho eoflee was weak whoa house I told ly and take her to Undo Wakes The new waiter tendered his resigna The tirstof May camo on a Saturday which was tho best day for Michael tion Texas Sittings and so it was all settled and everybody Knntr or Diirllnc seemed to be satisfied Mr Jolliboy My gracious This old On Friday evening after tho last mo fool stitch was set and tho last thing packed fashioned snow storm makesshould be Little Johnny Olive kissed Mrs Hooper and whispered young again of shft would go alone to the church- Â¬ over at tho hill coasting instead that sitting in a stufly school room such yard and say good by to Lucys grave grand weather as this Ill go up to TO UK CONTIMIKDl tho school and And him Perhaps my dear Mrs J quietly II Old might save some steps by looking Mr Ardup who haa just told the you him on tho hill llrst Hood News bill collector to call again I had a for presentiment you were coming thirf Irttlni Kvrn Morning Do you believe in presentiHull I hear Unit Lambkin made ments young man good thing out of his Wall street dual Hill Collector putting ho bill book ho lost all hi Hoar I had a money Why I thought I do sh in his pocket presentiment before 1 ome that I Hull -- Ho did lint ho married the wasnt going to got a darurc cent out of daughter of tho man who got it Puck you Chicago Tribun Â¬ - Olivo He was a boy when he went away fonr years ago Hut if you could see him now lane you might have more I beg your pardon said the young man with the manners of a Delmoui co bar ister snarled the You dont have tor rough still holding on to the counter I does tho I dont do the pardnin I want to know is do What killin you want ter the No dont and I wont either snapped the young follow sticking a 14 revolver into the questioners face unless you can pull a gun with your teeth for if you move your hands off that counter before I say you can Ill till you so full of load that the coroner will think he has struck a Galena de posit that will boom the town out of sight See Tho bad man held on to the counter till the tenderfoot made every customer in the place como forward and kick him awhile for luck then ho bounced him out and resumed business Detroit Free Press 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ HOME HINTS AND HELPS LONDONS AMERICAN Kxcltonumt MARKET jrutuil Clicosu In urUij cheese there tiro ul Wny snuill nieces loft which If jjrntocl unl plnccri ou it pretty little plato or bowl mill served with n ten poon will bo found tin uppotlin addition to the hruml and tea which often alone servo for the evening tlietll It la a IMitro Which In Pull or lluntlounil lloslon Ilndgel Panned oysters if conked quickly and served at once retain their flavor wonderfully Allow the oysters to drain until free from liquot cook enough at a time to cover the bottom of your long handled frying pan When thu latter is smoking hot throw In the oysterM and shake them until they swell and bubble which will take about one minute then add a teaspoouful of butter sprinkle on pepper and salt to taste Shake once more and serve N Â¬ Cut the enhbae in half finely Tut it into a stuwpnn with a piece of butter and halt to taste pour in lust enough water to prevent it from sticking to thu pan Cover it closely and let it stew stir it frequently and when it is quite tender add a little vinegar and serve it hot and shave it Hot Slaw vvy Y World A very good pie is made of cranber ries decorated with a meringue ex actly like u lemon pie Stew a quart of crnnuurriCM with a cup of water for twenty minutes then add a cup of Migar or if you do not like an acid pie a cup and a half of sugar Line a pic plate and 1111 it with this mixture Cover it with a meringue made of the beaten whites of three eggs three ta blespoon fuls of sugar and a teaspoouful of lemon juice Spread it over the pic and bake ten minutes longer N Y Tribune - To Hrighten Leather Furniture Ilivniture dealers say thU real leather should not fade as long as it holds to gether However it docs fade so try this method of brightening it Wash the leather with a sponge that has been wrung out of hot soap suds then mb as dry as possible Now place the furniture in the sun and wind that it nay got jjiorouyhly dry us quickly n possible Next rub hard with a cloth that has been wet with kerosene Lot the furniture stand in the air until the odor of the oil has passed oil Ladies Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Home Journal The American umrkct In London is an Important adjunct to the stock ex Â¬ change It Is a resort fo speculators w here they can make nil the nolso thoy please and bo in almost every respect unfettered by the rules which govern the rest of the house It Is a place of bustle and excitement where the bulls an roar and the bears can growl to their hearts content To the visitor in the llntish capital the American market possesses a special attraction There Is nothing slow pertaining to this branch of the house liven on days wheu quotations nro steady anil there is no unusual feature in speculation in stocks and bonds Its habitues are never caught napping Every Britisher realises that the American market is thoroughly American In point of time the New York market is about five hours be Â¬ hind Loudon New York opening prices when cabled to London are an nounced oujy a few minutes prior to tlio closing of business in this city Whatever the speculator here wishes to do must be done quickly A rush of orders is received tor execution many of them from Wall street and others from local operators based on Indica tions supplied from the prices or oth Â¬ er news to hand The arbitrageurs as they aie called who do an apparent ly precarious but really most lucrative business based upon the fractional dis crepancies in value on the different sides of the Atlantic have received their earlv cables and are reaping their daily harvest With the house closing at about the most important time in the days deal- Â¬ ings the maiket adjourns almost in a body toShorteis court just outside one of the doors and frequently overflows into Throgmortou street to the perplexity of the passing cabby and the won der of the uninitiated foot passenger On the days that the market is espe cially aethe the assembly does uot dis perse until 50 or 7 oclock in the evening ut members as a rule show no dis position to loiter and some of the kings of the market arc at all times chaiy of their presence in the court A number of outsiders always mingle with t lie throng X Y Telegram Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thr Nc Ilnute to Colorado Flrnt Class Sleeping Cars Klootrlo Lighted run dally botwoon Cldcngo Onui ha Lincoln and Iionyor via tho Short Lino Df tho Chicago Mllwnukoo it SU Iliul Ry Clilengo to Umahtt ami tlio Burllugtou Uouto Uninhn to Ltncolu and Donver Loavo Chicago 0 00 r m arrive Omalm next tnorulug Dcmcr eccontl morning for bruakfii8t ftico and hands washed rondy for buslnosH or plonsura Tiino and money saveil All Coupon Tlokoc A can ta In tho United States and Canada pell tlckcta via tho CliicigDi illlwaukoo Hz St Iliul Ky or address Ueo 1L HcalTord ticnorai laes and Ticket Agt Band McNally Building Chicago ill iJrtfi3s ii k i i isa nn nrrr u nrnFtvrn with Vaucs KuamoT nl PftlnU wbleli nda tlm liitmli injaro tlio Iron and burn off TboRltlneSun Hioto lllsh Is lirlllnt0dor 1pm Durntiln nrnl tho coniumer ivr tot uutta or filaM jiAckaijo wild crcry iiurchaso lillfcl I lr it he true that tlio man who Is his oui lawyer nn a lool lorn client then thcro are oases where it Is iiotoxpedicut tokt cpoaos own counsel Boston Transcript - samples fiee It is always proper to call upon the su perintendent or streets to mead his ways Boston Coiuniorclal Tlio Only Ono Kvor Print ciI Caii You rind tho Word There Is a l Inch display advertisement In this paper this week which has no two words alike except one word The same Is true of each new one appearing each week from The Barter Medicine Co This house places a Crescent on everything they matte and publish Look for it send thorn tho name ot the word and they will return you book beautiful lllhocraphs or OJNTE lr Â¬ Â¬ Tlio Siflscttui liutlnu KiKcrvitlnti In South Dakota will bo opened to settle uient on or about April lfith 1SW This reservation comprises some ot the choicest lauds in Dakota lor funning and sheep raising purposes For detailed intormatiou address W li JowollOoncvallumuwrntion SU laul Aucnt Chicago Milwaukee Kailwa Chiciijo 111 Â¬ Tint truth of tho naving To bo fore warned is to be fiucarined often icsolves itsell into a iiuestloa ot speed Columbus Â¬ Post I itAVcnrrN ArnicTin wlthau affection of tlio Tin oat from childhood caused by diphtheria inifllmvo used various remedies but have never found au thing equal to l 7iiniptiiit lUhclnn Ky Sold only ill boxes Man wants but llttlo hero below and as a general thing hes getting it lilagiiaiuton Leader Ma C D Pav vi publisher of tho Union 1 never saw Signal Chicago 111 wriuv any lung that would euro headache lto our Bradyci otiae All druggists 5Uc i Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is tnlccn it is plcnsnnt nud rofrcslilng to tho trtfltc find nets fently yet jiromptly on tho Kidneys nnd Bowols clonuses tho sys Â¬ tem cflccttinlly dispels colds head aches nnd levers nnd cures Itnhitunl constipntion Syrup of Figs is the only remedy ol its Iciud over pro- Â¬ duced pleasing to tho tnsto and ac- Â¬ ceptable to tho stomach prompt in its acliou and truly honetieial m its cllects jirepatcd only from tho most healthy and ngrecablo substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all nnd havo mado it tho most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for Balo Jn 50o and SI bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who may not havo it on hand will pro euro it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any Â¬ Â¬ EJNTJOYO m Latest Styles -- I0KK tMDIIIUXS 0C7OrJr tl of jur Newt 4Ul et faJ St tmlx Ur Uini nunitxr W J MOItHK 1ultUlrr ew Vork llMUHt Knl IU MAKE Till IAIXN tlttjUm M ALL TIIK ltTKST rxUIA AHU LArtDeLaMode TUOIOJtKU 1MAXKM It t- N- Bit Tuffs Tiny Pills rlswliftUldlieuvoldidiitwonltiiKtlirlr Tiny onb Ilvur rills tiro prepared with npuOliil 1 tluwsto tho pciimtuciit euro ol COSTIVENESS and HEAOACHE TocurocoiiMltloipuntiijrtiinlow kiowirtuiotlun A Kiuitto nnerlunt JB wr required iuttji vllVet Is kThcyiuo iiiilduiitl riMnalu liithn njJ- turn tiiilil they net ou tlm liver cimho uiiiituntl flow ortdlonnit their tonlo Ap projMrUfs Impart power to tlio how 4Ih to reiuovu nutioutthy ucoumuli- tliim nod uppctlto nnd dlKOHtlou I rrtnilt from t Im mm oft titmi llttlo nllU 19 j9 A substitute BitowNs BiovuiATiions licv U JW CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL ljieo a Co OIUc 311 lark lltice f V LOUISmtC KY AIV YORK Â¬ ttY m r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 orfjit lr you have a bone of conteithn with anvoiie throw ft to the dos Bo ton Tiins f i City of Toledo Lucas Co JS S State of Ohio Frank J Clicney makes oath that lie is the senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business inthe City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALLS CATARRH CURE to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1889 s NOlAlMAl SI T AW GLEASON NOTARY PUBLIC JL tAS IO t acting direett surfaces of the lioretheir granduiotlins loft oir In nig the foundation ein iliercl ucst lie evening they wear bell shaped i ami Living the patient ileini trained skirts of white satin el the iheiM strength by btiflung ip tlio constitution striped moire entirely without trim and assisting nature in doing its woru The ls em a iniig Tho moire corsage square and proprietors have so much faith in Jbiup ed tivo powers that they ofrcr One ml Mow in the neck is covered with Dollars for any ease that it lads to mie white chiffon and has a bodice or Send Tor list ot test iinonials IHKNliY A Co Tih do O orseletinade of silver or pearl butter Address K gySold by 1i icist jc tlies Stripes of silver anil pearl passe menterie hold down the full chiffon uHtn I trll ou what mv hoy said to above thuVorsclet The short sleeves IlicUs asked Maiherrv Yes lour times are a full quiff of ehitVon overthemoiie last a glit and tin co this morning said fastened with a soft ehitVon knot A Burton wearily Wattcau bow of moire is held at the ItccomuHiiln itsnir back of the neck by a pearl and silver Tlio Garreit Fence Machine manufac butterfly This charming gown was tured bv S If iarrctt Mansheld O is in worn by a debutante at the New Years suctcssiul eperit ion in every State iiud Iorr bors in tlei Tinted Stains No fanner nail Other white moires have narrow should ho without one or tliete niaehncH ra stripes of yellow edged with a filet of the icucu hunt li it is ono ot the best mid Maek or hair lines of mauve finished chiinpest fences ihit can bo built Wnte Mroader pink to the ah ve add re - for wholcsde prco of with pale blue stripes to the leucitij uiitei lal uiiect snipes are bordered with black on a the tanner JJomuc to fioin Una laitoi utici uumc white ground and there are pink and ellow quarter inch stripes separated fron i v h i ha e to live aloni mrer 2nd u ulio tby uiul lUiuk Howl liv black penciled linos Durable twilled silks of various kinds Tis had to ho cut by old frleniK but Itl ate revived The satin finished surfaces worse to be dropped by tho shci ill 1pocl of many are of the smallest twills Wurrc a man buys a porous plnetcr Im while plain surahs are woven in rather generally uticks to his bargain Tcxi Sft wide diagonals Very light surah silks f gray lilac old blue or pink have petit pois dots of the same color Xew Irs no di rnc for our neighbors to to poor N Y Herald black surahs have hum lies of bright yellow buttercups and brown surahs Ilosn i Ai attendants shoujd never nur r are strewn with violets Shot surfaces then wratli lMlhtiurgh lYi i 1 blue pink grounds with double black stripes quite far apart the space between dotted with black or white figures or baskets of flowers White tafVetas have satin stripes an nih apart of pale green with yellow or pink with blue Very young ladies have adopted moire antique for both MMni drcSst or full dress The begin To be near Miss Kosobud he deI would be her clared rapturously A mvns deeds live after him So do his liihrliM 1 hut Arc litrgHv I iiiptirl t il Tor servant 1 dare say said his sister mortgages Cohuuhus JosL Sprint mid Stnnmrr sarcastically as long as you had no Taffeta silks are largely imported for heavier duty than that of answering IIalvs Honey of Ilorehound and Tar relieves whooping cough spring and summer dre ves They come thu belle Baltimore American Pikes Toothache Di ops Cure in one minute n light or TAFFETAS AND MOIRES Â¬ oompletoly dlsguliuia tho taste without im puirlug their clliclcney 10 cents a box Tnn ploasant coating of Booclmnia Pills Â¬ SIUD Kiwvuril S1U0 The readers of this paper will bo pleased to Icirn thai there is at least one Urcaded disease that science has been ablotocuO m all its stages and lliit is CitairlL HuU a Cithnn Curo is the only psltie i iro Catarrh known to ihe medical lratoritit reqii tes a lifMiiK u emit tituttonal disease Tm in is no nioi o faithful well fed dog Dallas News friend Hum u ediisiititiiicil ttcitiiiiiit fire is Iei li niti rniiix unn the tiin if 1iucoiis n Halls titauh S1W wAA J- Gil Sorn RacKcbes S II ahoe JB Sciatica W J- HALLS CATARRH CURE IS TAKIN r INTERNALLY upuiv Â¬ aiul acts directly the Blood and mucous suHaes 1 ONLY TRUE THE WATTlIAIr lCIV II V PMISOV Sootlnml Dale aavi rfl nriulHlH llnrw Two liotiliKof Jlull a Oittirr Cure conipulo Hulls Cuttirrh Cure mris iiip Ky uj y llttnf ul ly luuil oiic that taliH It I C SIMPSON Marntirm W Vi says IOOMIS tJtUnilt Mich IliNPfCTOK h w riio Itii l nf Hulls Iutairlt uio Is Hulls Cuiuirli Chit ciuiil mo Of i vory liail A oust of Ititarih mi intertill rite linn about it P 11 TOEJJSTIlVEOTriuAIj S 11 ii 1 4 -- - TONIC Will purify 11TOOD IRON jHttlir rtsituo iicnuu Halls Catarrh Cure Is Soldby all Dealers in Patent Medicines PRICE 75 CENTS F A BOTTLE MAVllWCTlKni HV THE ONLY GENUINE HALLS CATARRH CURE IS K1DNKVS ninif JJVKK disorder Unltd iirciiitli ronuir rum toctiMta P 9 rofo lilotnii t BtifTrrln lrim rmiiplilnti in n 01 LUiy lr culiriotliclrox iMluirlliliiil Lu n n0 f fiirc Itituriu V 1 11 1 1 rj I ft liiilliri slliin tlialllruil It i U lninljiitnlrlv ornilh Tlcil im Minn nriRMCiicn irn power liicrcasmi lionn nrr rs niiis- cloi rtiih mum run J CHENEY TOIjIEJIDO jV GO rcstiijiomals sent free 011 npplication 4KWA1M OP IIMITATIONS o J 1 are exceedingly pretty in the satin Tin average epitaph is apt to be Vk ci surahs as gray shot with rose and lotted with rose or marked w it li squuie taffy Union County Si udard Utlincs or small blocks in a very effec Â¬ Tut footpad is Micrllv iuci essful tr I tive wa 1 In pmuiiliUt DR cT riul Ytlrn In okK lit ant Hits AH bemt us cent stamp lor UpiiKO CO joniiln Complexion nmN Mo bear HARTER MEDICINE St Louis ATTENTION 5 WORKWOMEN a urn to YOl DO YOU WANT VI urrrrit tAMIIY U onmhtioS MI OUTFIT ANUfOMK TO jv so oatiikic Harpers lliiir striking u man for a job- - Cub i si Ililiiilty White dimity strewn with colored flowers its sheer ness strengthened by lengthwise cords has become a favorite fabric for wash dresses It is being nude in most dainty di esses for mid xiinmer with trimming of white laces hat wash well as the Henna point Ieneiennes in new designs and souio novel laces that are mostly of plain meshes with a narrow design of leaf or flower along the scalloped eiltfe The waist without lining T cut like a basque with one or two side forms and with darts all the seams having their edges neatly turned under Instead of being left raw The sleeves are mostly in wide bishop shape drooping on a waist band or cuff of lace The waist trimming of lace is put on to outline a Jacket front leaving thedimity pointed like a vest and to edge the bade in a scant frill There are also yoke like fiimmlngs of lace with jabots down the entire front while others have a single fall of lace like a bib The skirt in tin slight bell shape already described may be quite plain or else nave n flounce of luce or of dhnlty at lriri Hi has lelt a i Id that e inil lo Ullcil loaehiiilv remarked u btn tor of an abf eoudtng caiiliier uno Lfe I u Irvru time au i geislelt ill tiuw-liie- -- thocoaduotor - mmt llMr a lonf is bettor than worlii -jo Tiiiiun tie iiiimniiriiini Salvation Oil Tly 0nlv aac J mni 401 lKlIIY You Will FIND r fiUI Til IB IArCC Wisconsin TOWN in America to GROW UP WITH I ot tlio things that is not faithful to the IuiOM County hUmu end Is acliuapcipir iid 1imiii wears female A ANsi0itiipt foi acoquettet ilwtni uinrlcil wttli ply fur tlo ulhur Pjiiuwh liuta Aiiriuvo iei is n is a nUlo Iiddlo to the uicrvnslsig run her i fntuoti fll lit iIiIimt v Tlii onlr r I9r Krlrft rirrUinlneana failMtniiltittKiIiiiut4i Jill cQA with oar BORE WELLS jr j the k j DRILL Vrng b WELL nHiO WtiiTtt von can flml nbun1anco of work nt pood ratCH thu hist illiuatr lu tho UnltPd States for tin worltr Ntr HlHlurla ich dcIhhiIs ikm1 cliunlK s ami tx tur than all tho iIuuho of jft HOtMi AMI WI In tho htart of tho nty on such JiAHV TKUMSai vou tiiK 11 A 1 in MKKTnrul which will tn u fiw yinrs lo m ry al lahlo THE LAND AND lll soli you rtucli u WIVER IMPROVEMENT CO tho proprlfitirH tf tho I o usiu hutiMj uuil Jut ui you may nouu una permit jou to pay for it In from 1 V0 to 1 monthly IurttuU - ami fuh Irstulliiuiit no larger thunarrntil of kiicIi ii proinTtv ouhl he Tho otltolul mints n portof tho liy statistician hIiowh tipwnnls of liHX IiihUh impUoctl in thoviiriouH industrial itnl 8hiipIniioniirnH ami n larpo numhiT of ntttlltlonal lotutJim will ho located this acaioi muiiyof Hum iinplojliiba lurpo numhorof Icruulo hauils tnrr t biul that 1Vcih nn IB LOOMIS Tuvr no one will lalui a fellows wild not liceesMiry inoir that lo will keep it Iluighamtiil IL publiciiL 1 Miktte BOILING WATER OR tiuin oiiio NYHAN fit UK nlalOKUo this tm BEST wnu when - Win do on call lierndaisvf Y N pioioictl she cuau Jkiuld w Bisaust uii a tipiing luuio tuntiuu en nrtlclo r Cirrr tin ruith li ItojiMtiil liiiiris un Uo nil Hattiri IniiitiipoliHloiinial the foat -- Harpers lltuur Tin Icllow just out l tlm loitlMip h UO fitlm wliu ilioiuihIy oiijuy lUo iicciiyu ul tlio O1- - Coluuivaa 1ust COCOA LADSLLED 2 LD EPPSS ORATEFUL MILK Mm iim lit -- 1 kROSES 00000 PLANTS l -- Tiunora ncrntTHJITICGI Cimreri Mill hurt all hktn I ItOl PliUCrUnitll tiirtil Atlilrrki tlnclliuall ItMi Uli iruu UlK niiikli il luiiituii Itli aiul Uiu Ma I incliiimu 1 U COMFORTINQ risod Itcmcfly for Catarrh tho Uiht Kanlcst to Uw unit Cheapest rer toentfa britarialoMlierbAl noHrTiHBnoiBMnnuiiuc nilmil0Mi Wirltlcwii1lutlL aViafTUlcuMoVlikM VnwNrtr bUi CttW Ull l 1AMTUIJIrKItMfMlliU b i u 9 ijiuji I FOLKS REDUCED KCTiiouic uml AN JC -- li uw ABYKKTIHERA tU 1388 TINS ONLY 180M hy ilrukviKtii or hent by mall C T lliuclline Wmkd 1u H YtlttM WUITINSTO Utstlint AdrlUtNt PLKfK Im kia 4JM vi A Mtrlklmr 1 Contrast tinx Ho denounce Gov Buchanan for ac Â¬ cepting h commission of 230U for col Â¬ lecting and disbursing Tennessee por- Â¬ tion ot the direct tax refunded by tho Federal Government contniHtlng this with the action of Gov Brown of Ken tueky Tho Governor Secretary of State and Treasurer of Tennessee aro each 300 charged with receiving a fee of Gov Drown collected Kentuckys portion G0O000 at a cost of two cents for a postage stamp with which to transmit a copy of tho resolution of the Legisla ture accepting tho money Tho contrast is a striking one Courier Journal - Col tlOH IOril formerly Ilium of a Democratic newspaper lUOwensboro andonce the RenrewnUtlve of Davie connty in tho LfuiBlaturo but now the pni lisher of h pniicr hi Pulaski iwiiii t ih lur1 iiiri a nirii iiRt Hue linnnn tniiii O W - r- ii rr and in favor of 01 i t VIIITIWIUI VSUI AWU is i i in loio in -- Â¬ Â¬ ami Skin Olutntatit lUnTilV nnrn fnr PlmilllnSnM twia Totter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old Chronic Sores bevor Sores hezema Itch Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles Jt is cooling and soothing Hundreds of cases have been cured by it after all other treatment had failed It is put up in 2 ami GO cent boxes For sale by Rose Swango octJyl Kyo A Clmmberlnliina j Dick LyuiiH KIIUTIiuuiiim Cnibtrco Dick Lyons a farmer living near Lou isij Lawrence county shot and killed a neighbor ThonuiH Crabtree on the 19th They had been enemies for a long time and at tho timo of tho shooting Crabtreo and two friends were pursuing Lyons with the avowed intention of whipping him When a short distanco behind Lyons Crubtrco struck him in the back with a stone and threw another which Lyons dodged Ho thon attempted to throw another when Lyons drew a revolver and shot him Lyons rode imme- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ diately to Louia and surrendered himself to tho officers Two of his brothers weco a few years ago lynched for murder but Dick has always been a peace- Â¬ able citizen SurutoKM Aanoclntlou Mr Charles Whcatly Secretary of the Saratoga Racing Association writes u From tho experience of many years use of Quinns Ointment I unhesitating ly recommend it for the cure of Hlood opavin winupuiis ana other solt en- largemcnts1 Soldb y Rose Jones Â¬ if Indicted or Anton Robert Whitney was arrested at Cer rdo W Va last week and taken to Catlcttsburg on a warrant charging him with sotting firo to tho lately burned Big Sandy Flouring Mills The grand jury in regular session found an indictment against him for arson and ho will be held in the county jail until his trial which will in all probability be held during the present term of court Whitney was engineer at tho mill for a long time but was discharged rcceutly and at the time he expressed an intention of burnÂ¬ Combs Aftsnllnnt In lalt f 0 P Combs Superintendent VIIH Eilu- UWI Hlllll cation of lerrv c unt HI hit K nun nmb uh o Ap Bunker Alii Flora Wilkes pucer MO 6874 HIh wound ia dangerous but lie may re Tom Rogers 220 tfce 3414 nrtflnlnv Rummers 1ms been cover Ycnrllngexhlbltlon 23lli two yenrcld rec First dam Sully Hamlet winner of two vear Hay Stallion foaled May I 1881 bred at w nau 111s uuuiit amii 11 it - vm old Hamlet stakes in 1875 bv Hamlet sire reatetl ior tli ord 21K thrvu year old record J l Asiiianii Inrk or Loretta F 2M8X A V Pantlind 220 ColltltV JUUCO UCOerl iiiiiirr trinl SIRED BY HAPPY MEDIPM 100 third heat four year old record 222 vvn iin iyiih iiuiu to iinnmi v ii - live year old record 220 K fourth heat Truro pacer 222 Iitdv M 221 Ieon Sire of Nancy Hanks 209 Mnxle Cobb 215 Kin nn tine Itlaek nirmilt Court and his bond fixed hlx vcar old trial 217 15 18811horn- 1VI dams22ii Hrookslde Flora 220 ami tho Eddie C paeer 220 Normmi Medium nvt of Thornless 218Cvelone 22lM Hred at linnd hluh fouled June 220 Cnmillu 2L04 Huzr Medium 220V nt 36000 Falling to give this he was Jranby225j Graceful 225M and Ham Harry Medium 221 Ashlmid Park iMiKimirr 2 21 placed hi tho Perry jail letta 229 tf Edith 222W First Love 222 1 4 Emtsi HlltKDUY UAKKKU414I MaltraverH22J Ac Cu brother to Lytiander sire of Iytaniler Second dam Sal dam of Coaster 220 Cap A gentleman in Union county Mo tain Clay Driftwood and grnndam of Iirst dam Mamie West dam of Cupaiiln William Kearnev Ilov 220tf Wall 22 Marlowe paeer 215 by Canada Chief who is too modest a man to havo his iiiruu yearoid reeoro awi AUelltie2ll 1 22Un and Lvsaudor Chief ItHtl itii sire ol dams of Governor 250 and Joe n ei mm n iiiircu years old Ac bv name mentioned in the newspapers was Klrst Dam 1 at tie Iatchen trial 2iSirandaiii Hooker sire Maud Mneey 2174 Ae Allle West 745slreor Jewett214W Char of Ctiesiiut Wilks 22P by Mambrino of rheumatism by Chamberlain s cured ley Frlel 210 4 Frank Champ 210 1 4 Iatchen sire of the dmu of lay Wllkex Third dam thr dam of Sole that produced Pain Halm after trying other medicines Charley West 227 Hlanehe by Imp Yorkshire sire of Rachel 11 iiiKL Astral 2 18 llnsn Wilkes 21S For 214 21S Cleorn 2M8K Hour 217 the dam of Ashland Chief sire of Black also sire dams of Mollie Wilkes 222 and treatment for thirteen years Klvira Jones sale by Rose Cloud iMVx Wilkes 222 1 Unveil 220 M West and twenty nine others in thc2tn lint Wilkes 228 4 Ac Hlood Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred Second dan Mnndy by Stanhope Mooiiftttlntira Cnptured sire or Prince 227 ten miles in 2808 ii Second dam Madam Headley dam of Mis Hawk sire of the dam of Almont 217i The fee of Fayette Wilkes is within the miuh i winner two year old Kentuckv and Aley Wilkes 22H Deputy Marshals Newt Likens and Breeders Stake 1881 and Raiddun iIhih and one Third dam Pat tie by Downing Vermont reach of all and lower than that of any Tom Uolyfield took eleven men ot Lockhart 214 hv StauhooeH Kduln sire of tlie dam of hniima 221 Mambrino horse of equal merit in Kentucky Season woman to Jackson on the 20th from 1 arrest 851 00 or 200 TO INSlHF sire of Hurry Stanhope 231 Brace 24H3 sire ol Kit Currv 218 Leslie and Perry counties charged with tit son of Edwin Forrest 49 sire of Hilly Hon Hell W I son UillS V nutii t it nnr 01 Vltiiwit fit nt violating the revenue laws Some havo kins 220 1 4 ChiimoaLtie 250 nud ll Homier Hov 221 and sire of the dams olr dams of So So 217 1 4 dam or All So been inoonshiniug and others selling Nelly Col Hrudshaw 220 Abel 224 SI 220jf Mambrino Dudley 219 Undon L 22Pi Uamlietta 220 The King 22Jij liquor without license A pot still was Out of tho dam of Black Cloud 217K his 220tf Ac Pearl 2110 Outlaw 22i used and the appliances were of a primi sire out of the dam of Wilson 210 Third dam Mrs Stanhope by Mnmbrinu tivo kind There are also a large num- Â¬ Fourth dam Jessie bv Thomas Jeflenon Chief sire of Lady Thorn 21K Wood Hay horse foaled March 51 1881 Bred at He is u beautiful black with right hind ber of witnesses Ashland Park lord Mambrino 221 H and four others ankle white stands 15 hand high and is a His sons sired London 220 Punconst perfect horse all over having both bone and SIRED BY ABDAIJAH WEST 2585 For all diseases peculiar to the throat substance combined with the form and finish sire of Patron 214 1 4 and 79 oth 221 Sire of ers His duugliters produced Piedmont and lungs Ayers Cherry Pectoral characteristic of the cross he so well repre First dam the dam Wilkin 227 of Black Cloud 217K 217 Director 217 sire of Direct speedy sents viz Humbletonian sire and Mambrino promptly administered allbrds bv Pilot 218 1 1 pacing 205 Margaret S 212 iatchen lain This cross stands as the very Second damWalker paeer relief and will cure the Lluke Pacing Mare v and 21 others hi the 30 list best because public performances have de Notk Abdullah West 2585 bv Allle West Fourth dam by Hunts Commodore sire of monstrated its value Of its many repreWan Arcldontiil Tho Killing first dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson 210 dams of Commodore Belmont sire of Carone is the superior of Hermit sentatives by Clark Chief second dam Ohio by James Downey Deputy Marshal of da inr not not has demonstrated the same rie Belle 223 j Doneaster 228 1 4 Geraone American Cluy third dam brought from nium 2283 Ac and Mambruuellosiref Maysville indicted for manslaughter for ability to train on from year to year begin Ohio and represented to be bv Browns Sadie Howe 225 Tom Britton 226 Ac killing Eph Lewis colored last May ning with the yearling form None arc betHellfounder Abdullah West died at six Filth dam by Copperbottom grandsire of was last week acquitted by the jury in ter bred or better looking years old He was the most promising dam ol Rosalind 221 and Donald 227 As a sire his success is assured a out of the Circuit Court The proof showed colt I ever bred NOTK Happy West is a rich mahogany eight his first crop two entered the list last West a that the killing was accidental year ns two year olds namely Bermuda Hov bunds 2 Cloud iiwithrich mahognnv bnv 15 bay 15 hands 2 iiehes hith and a horse if inches black inane and tail elegant style with as good uction us unv track and Rosemary 22K Ayers Sarsaparilla vitalizes and puri- 220 half mile being one of the largrst win and black legs extending above knees and son Happy Medium ever sired as at two Hermuda Hoy is oowerfullv built horse for Vlnr itlil ln Illllil trnt In d nml u milil fies the blood If you feel languid you ning two vearolds of 18il his lirst uolts be hocks He ami a bus the his height most finished set of have trotted in 2 30 at three years old had it need it ing foaled in 1880 Judged at this age no feet legs it is possible to net on a stallion ever sired more uniform natural of andbreed At u two year old he horse noi neen ior an accident on tne cars rv gave which one of his bind legs was injured iny Shot by u Thief He galted colts with speed unprecedented evidence of being possessed of remarkable Tames L Ynntis a wealthy farmer will stand for mures season of 1802 at 200 speed as with little handling he trotted n causing him to have to 1be thrown out of training In utmost have living near Crab Orchard was shot twice TO IXSntK the money to be paid as fol half mile in 118 5 and miles in his work confidence as this horse being the Happy n great sire by 100 at tho time id service and the lows At three vears old he was not Medium one 01 ine most uoicu 01 tne sou in the leg one night last week by a our 100 when the mare proves in foal in lvJtj glar who was trying to steal meat from other limited to thirty outside mares Par- trained owing to a erv severe attack of of Humbletonian and out of a daughter of being pink eye He also est the second dam Is the tho smoko house lies wishing to breed to him had better book as u four year old did no work on th truck tne great Allle Asa tive yearold he was dum of Miss Mabel and Rapidan who is her mares early their jogged ami trained lightly more for the pur first colt produced Lockhart with a record During a quarrel over a game of cards pose of ascertaining if he was entirely re- of J 14 X It is my intention to stand Happv at Scullletown Joe McAllister shot and covered than with a view testing his West theseason 1892 at 50 2036 speed In a few months he ottrotted a full thus utlording anolopportunity INSPRANCK killed John Roamey and was shot in to furmers ami mile in 238 and half in 115 Theseason breeders to secure tne services of one of the Exhibition trial Oct 9 1883 221 VtA turn by a brother of his victim Then Peter McAllister shot two necroes who Hay horse l bauds 3 inches high foaled 1800 he served a few mares of my own greatest speed producing representatives in Slay S 1878 The handsomest son of bis and was not put to work until September the country at a nominal price as he will be were trying to assist Roamey great sire and the handsomest of any trot- urn his improvement was most remarkable limited to 30 marcs Parties wishing to breed Ho repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and I to him should apply early No other son of ting bred in the United States Physicians and scientists recommend am fully convinced he will with a seasons the great Happy Medium out of ns good a SIUKI BY OROROK WILKKS 222 Halls Hair Renewor for gray and thiti Sire of Hnrrv Wilkes 2iUi Guv Wilkes training trot in 220 1 will let him serve dum stands at such a low figure but I am hair 2l 4 Mike Wilkes paeer 215ft Wilson twentv mares season of 1892 outside of ten determined to let the public test his merits of my own at 50 INSURANCE Money as a sire believing in the near future ho will 2lt So so 217 JJ Wilcox paeer 2li Tho man who advertises his stallion Joe due when mare proves to be in foal Kosii Wilkes 218tf Wilton 210 be among the best in the country will be found equullv enterprising and I breed sound highly finished trotters iiimI Mares bred by the season not proving in foal have the usual privileges of return energetic in getting their produce before and ho is the man for tho have for sale high bred colts and fillies out of produeing dams by a greater number of prominent ires than any farm in the laud the public For sule tit prices bused on actual individual merit I wish to farm or breed on the shares twenty approved mares For further Inforsmall breeder to patronize ASHLAND PARK STALLIONS FOR 1892 BERMUDA - HAPPY WEST Â¬ lifm 7iii - - - 11 Â¬ 1 - 1 1 1 Â¬ 1 22f 1 1 1 WEST CLOUD 1 1 Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FAYETTE WILKES Â¬ That Your Hair fullness and beauty dross It dally with Its youthful color may retain ZcZl Do B J TREACY Ashland Park Farm Lixington Ky Business With a Home Institution THE CLAY CITY ing tho place Charles E Buchanan of Hazel Green Ky writes That bottle of Chamber lains Cough Medicine I bought of Rose Jones tlie other day has worked won- Â¬ ders My sister could hardly move and couki not sleep lor coughing ami spitting blood Tho first dose gave relief and she Â¬ National banK CLAY CITY KY Ayers Hair Vigor scalp cures humors and stimulates a new growth of hair Co Dr J C Ayer Lowell Mass It cleanses the Capital FLOYD DAY 50000 is doing well now i li Tnkcn From lied and Whipped John Rosier a young man about eight Â¬ een years of age residing near Dekoven Union county was taken from his board- Â¬ ing house 0110 night last week by six masked men and whipped He was then notified to Icavo the community within twoity four hours or ho would bo hang ed Tho charge against Bosler is that ho has been too intimate with his half BIGSTAFF REAR Mster Cora Bosler The girl is about twenty two years of ago and has been ATTORNEYS AT LAW living with different families in the MT STERLING KY neighborhood Rosier is a laborer and c une from Caldwell county Practice in the courts of Montgomery and adjoining counties and iu the Court of Ap A Guaranteed lltmicdy peals anil Federal Courts Megrimine tho only permanent cure A II STAMPER for all forms of headache and neuralgia relieves tho naiu in from 15 to JO min- Â¬ utes For salo on positivo guarantee at AT Thr Hkrald office or sent postpaid by KY CAMPTON mail on receipt of prico 50 conts a box Offers his professional services to the citi zens of Wolfe and adjoining counties Will ltlood Ntnlned Trousei n James Evans and his wife who fig- Â¬ make collections and remittances promptly ured in tho Carr Evans tragedy which occurred last summer nenr Quinoy Lewis county woro again arrested last week A pair of trousers covered with blood stains which belonged to old man Evans wero found under tho barn near whero Thomas Carr and Ross Evans were killed WwU4iv At the former trial tho old man proved VETO a alibi but tho finding of his clothing will doubtless lead to new dovolopmeuts VII A Perfect Sueocss Mini tho murderer of Carr may yet bo The Iter A Antolne ot llotuglo Tex write f ill ud As far at I am ablo to Judge I think Taator a perfect iuocom for Norvo Tonto For Inmo back there Is nothing better KoontnB who ButTurod from a mo it painful anyone t Ti i il 1111111 iu Hiuurtuu iiauuoi ciotll Willi ncrvouiuoaa as 1 did I tMl like mynoU again Utiniiiborlaiirs rain Balm and bind it on after taking tuo lnio tho affected parts Try it and you will A Sunday ohol Suporiuteudont bo surprised nt tho prompt relief it af- Â¬ Ktfdersoii It fords Tho same treatment will cure Sbchktaiit lXrclieatr Co Mil March 8 91 For salo by ltoso Junes rheumatism A soholiur iu tho M E Hunday sohool ot whloh I ant Huporlutendent I know was oom peUod to stay at homo on aooouut of her all but sluoa fits for clht It was osti mated Inst Friday that tho inont ontlopUoKoenlgs Norvo moutliBalio attends Tonlo majority of Foster for Governor in Lou using lastor think the cure tho uioit remark I reuulArly isiiinu will be 10000 or moro In some ftblo 1 liavo over Been or hoanl of and thl It Nervo Tonio doservoB thu hlglmsi ooomlums parishea ballot boxes aro reported stolun haa my fulloat oudorsomont In 0110 ward of Baton Bongo it is assert JOHN A 1UCE8K JU cd that tho Fosterites in counting tho a Nerveu A Vnlunble Hook Ulaeusei sent free to say addreu ballots offered to divido tho negro vote and ioor pauanu can aito oouw giving McEnorv half but tlio proposi this iuellclH0 free of cfeanre Thla reraodyhaB leen Drepared Bytne Kevereaa tiou was refused Paaior KoeaUr of KorjWavne lail- - BlBcaW as4 a bow prepared uodarhlBdireoUon by the Oo to H F rioratt A Cos and buy KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III tho wire nail nt rc por lb If not satis factory when tried money refunded Sold by DrairsUta at til per Ilottle 6 for 9ff Co II F IMrit at r t4irseUhiettl75 GllotUesforSO Â¬ FRANK B RlSSELL Cashier President No Bunk in Eustern Kentucky bus better vaults nor better facilities for keeping your iiiiniiiit MmiHfetl ontirelv bv home people who know you and who are always ready to IIiIh combined young stallion will make accommodate you the season of 1802 at our stables in Hazel MTMoney to loan on reasonaoie rates ureen Ky and will serve mares nt TKiS Call on us TO INSlBK A IIVINtS COLT t DOLLAUS money due when the mure foals with a lien on coil limn me money is puio or 11 me mare is parted with or bred to another horse the money Is then due ifSwWKKixfl9Bvw GOLD DUST j 4 JfORRESTJSTONEWALL Record 240 This combined stallion will make the season of lti2 at 10 TO INSlBK A LIV INO COLT money due when the niaie foals is parted with or bred to another lieu on the colt until the ses horse with son money is paid This stallion will be nt the stables of J H one mile from Kzcl the llrst and Cecil third weeks of each month and at W t Henrys 2 miles west of West Liberty on Caney the second and fourth weeks of each month LOUIS STIX WHOIKSAIK CO O Dry Goods notions H Â¬ ATTORNEY LAW Â¬ WSSS 1 tfjv - k 1 1 11 I FREE GOLD DLST is 7 years old the 23th day of May 1802 10 bandshigh a beautiful chest- nut with star and white hind feet beautiful HN power style and action mane and tail He was sired by Senator tire unsurpassed Blackburn he bv Dillard Dudley he by DKSCRirriON AND PKDIORKK John Dillard the grandsire of Phil Thonip Bnv with black points seven years old son reeord 211 Krie McCloud and Nick Sired by Main His dam was thisspring 10 bauds high with records better thun 22 Third Race and Union Sts j sired bv the Phillips horse the sire of Blue briuo Forrest he bv Ned Forrest Jr he by CINCINNATI O Sims Ned Forrest lie by Alexanders Kdwhi leans he bv Sen Taylor Ac Also at the same stables will be found the Forrest 1st dam bv Mambrino Chief 2nd Wc earrr the Roods that will suit vour dam bv Virginia Whip Jld dam by Sir Arelegautlv bred vouiik trotting Stallion trade and our prices aro THK IOWKST chie iMirrestStonewallslst dam by Brown Special ntteution to mail orders Stonewall 2d dam b Tom Crowder ltd dma Copperbottom Itb dam by Old Who will serve n limited number ot ap bv Balls Old Brown Pilot Fnnev by INproved mines at 1KN DOLLARS TO left wila will be SlBK A LIVING COLT on same terms as usGood carewill not taken of mares for acci be responsible but wo Livery Feed and Sale Stable above nKsritiiTios and IKiitonri dents should unv occur CLVIL A HFNRY POST BOY JR was sired by Post Boy West Liberty Ky HAZEL GREEN KY record 221 he bv Magic sire of Cleminie u Alice Stoner 22 Mysterv 220 and Sinijle Ac 21 Molllo Kinerv sired by Strathmore tni dam m h Z aJVv3 in ih Bigs and Saddle Hooes hire of Santa Clans 217 Tucker 2 10 V jJJ s CJf Parties convey Cricket 210 Adonis 21 for hire Semicolon 2 10 ed to any point on reason Sister V 21s1- - Hummer 210 Charles This coiubiiied voitng Stallion will nmke able terms Fiinstino 220 Bonnie Wilmorc iin nrcscnt sensoii of 1802 IV j miles Iroia and a number of Hazel Green at the stable of David B Rom 221 will also attend to all calls for auc 222 j Blazeberry lUt a POST BOY JR is tll low price of others in the 230 tioneering and solicit business of this kind a beautiful chestnut with no murks 7 jeais T itriTirr UOlt Respectfully e JD tO old May loth IS02 11 hands 3 inches hicli JOHN li PIKUATf and gives promise of belnj heard from in Momv due when colt is foaled alive with j uson money is paid future among trotters Any one who is a jjP1 t f a DAY wood tlie 001 familiar with Shiners Post Boy will readily j cM caM wji be years old the 17th 1 111 DAY recognize Post Boy Jr idavofMiy He is lllihandu hich hiisfiiu ATTOltNEYS AT LAW And last but not least will be found at or am cn show a three minute gull Oftice over Kxchnnge Bank v s M n tniesailille norse the same siaoies me wuii kuuwu mm iuk Maysville St Ml Sterling Kv appreciated JACK lie was sired bv the well known rratt r Practice in Montgomery Powell Menifee horse he by the Phillips horse His first Wolfe Breathitt Botvan Magollln and Mor dam was by Bhickhawk and she out of gan counties and Superior Court and Court Who will serve mares at TKN DOLLARS mare by Bay Bassinger he by the Lve stood l of Appeals TO INSlBK A LIVING COLT on siinie liorse a standard bred horse flint of a eel Illinois The Prater horbu was out terms as above described Tills Jack has no cbrated Virginia mare B MAUIMN superior as good breeder is prov Tom Ckci is n WITH Care will he taken to prevent accuienis ing lilmselfa fine good iudlvtdual colts re breeder ami his but we will not be rcspons iblc should any oc- large good color and show Hue combined DAY A CO cur u nil ties All care will be taken to prevent acci WHOLESALE DIIY GOODS OLA KEN DON dents hut should any occur will not BOOTrf SHOES SiC NOTIONS Cor Liniestone ami Short sts D B ROSlv responsible LrxiNoioN Ky KY CATLKnSBliRG 1302 April fcOly DKALKILS IN I DKSCKIlTlON ASH 1KWOItKK c Â¬ POST BOY JR J P1ERATT - Â¬ I J 1 Mwir I VsB Â¬ Â¬ i la lUwil v -r 1 if irlv Â¬ tc lllSUre a w H t Â¬ GEN JOHN MORGAN 11 Â¬ D H CARPENTER JT 11 Â¬ THE Â¬ W 11 HOSWELL ruoiiuirroit WC533 Tho justly celchratel There has been added an Annex with 20 Sf Porryim steel pen DONT best writing paper at this ofliec large well ventjlated rooms Street Cars Located arc sold at this ollico at 10 cents a ilow iiiish the door every live minutes and the best pencil in town at Oc nploci within two squares of depot Job printing cheap at this ollice forget tho fact that you can J