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I 1 A fJTT IMUUIWUWII SPENCER COOPER Ownor nntl Editor Green Herald Of i NoiFy World With Now From All Nations Lumbrlng ut His Back SIOO A YEAR Always In Advance KKJIIT11 YKAK I1AZKL JRIOIOX VOLFK COUNTY WASHINGTON LETTER IvY FRIDAY MAY tee to which 5 1803 SUM BE 11 NO PAY NO 7 Washington P C April 21i2 Â¬ The Greatest Effort f f MVMM EQUALED o I N TJ 1 IS o History0fLexington ---- t Louis Gus Straus isplaySprigClotm Every Department OvorHowim to its utimw capacity Thi N catch penny silo of ittiy kiml hill good lionei t values antl qualities jn fair prices Duritie tin1 o unimi week wo will display full lines of Men- ami Hoys Inthiuir reproMiiting tho load iuir ami best manntaottliers in the lTnitod States and Europe We will Im foil our reputation of thirty We have nevyears Mainline in Loxiuuton er failed to keep our promises heretofore - Tho niaino talk like the silver ques tion will not down It i hoard wher- Â¬ ever Republicans congregate The silver Republican aro largely responsible for this Hlaiue revival so to speak They aro averse to supporting President llur- rison because of his well known opposi- tion to free coinage but they aro per I feet v willing to take Mr Maine without knowing that he is any more friendly to free coinage than Mr Harrison N Tho anti Harrison Kopuhlioansgonorally have aiMi it seems como to the conclusion that the only way to keep Mr Harrison out of the nomination is to nominate Mr Hlaiue and if they can have their wav the Minneapolis convention will nominate Mr Hlaiue whether he will or not In those dnvs of bitter and unreason- ing partisanship in Congress it was a positive pleasure to hoar Representative Hooker of Mississippi who is a Demo erat make a spoech in the House prais ing the administration for the diplomatic Ho said that the victories it has won manner in which Secretary Hlaiue had treated the complications with Chili and ireat Hritain proved him to be a great I i i I I the resolution was referred with vague talk about tho constitution Â¬ ality of such an investigation the con stitutional bugaboo invariably bobs up when tho interests of big corporations aro threatened in Congress but they still persisted asking that tho resolution be reported even if adversely in order that they might compel members of tho House to put themselves on record for or against it At last tho committee has decided to report a substitute striking out the allegations of the fact in tho Watson resolutions but authorizing an investigation of tho Pinkerton system Â¬ PAPER xr To meet our expenses wo tniist Insist oucolleoHng AM Hiibserlptlous In advance Your Subscription Expire 189 ami your renewal in earnestly solicited or if you ulsh todisiMiiiilnuv send balance tisiittltu rate of Hc u month ALL tin pulll Mibsoriptionfiulll bo dropped from our books AHU I U and the accounts bu placed hi an oilleers linmls for collection Thanking you for past patronage and so Hulling your continued good will I am do and methods WORLDS PEANUT CENTER Tin lnliic and Ptollliililx IMxtlmtlim Km Joyitl by I lu Lit tin City tit NotToHt Norfolk has a crop which is worth millions of dollars annually peanuts Norfolk supplies the civilized world with peanuts says the Haltimoro Hun The street corner Italian who empties a pint in your overcoat pocket and the Parisian ftuit merchant who weighs you out n quarter of a kilogram of tho homely nuts get them from hero for this is tho only peanut market in the world Smyrna lias its ligs I la rim ry its dates Ilordoaux its grapes and Norfolk its peanuts What would life bo without ponnuta Ono can scarcely picture an existence which would be tolerable under such circumstances The peanut magnates grow tho edible tuber in Nansemond Isle of Wight Sur- Â¬ ry and Southampton counties but the common market is in Norfolk- - Tho rows for the nuts aro laid oil threo feet They aro made fifteen inches apart and phosphates aro largely used as deep They are strewn an under dressing along in these trenches about the middle of April and mature after the same term which is required for potatoes It is a crop which is marketed like the Dutch drumhead and purple Savoy cabbage running from November to March Tho nuts however have to go through factories before they aro shipped northward and these factories are with n few ex Â¬ ceptions situated in Norfolk There are two factories in Fnuiklin Southampton Â¬ Rcspcctfullv yours SPtiNCICU COOPER nt statesman If the Canadian sealers think to avoid seizure in Hehriug sea by sailing under the Mexican or other Hairs they will make a costly mistake as tho command ers of tho United States vessels will have orders to seize all vessels caught taking seals without regard to the Hag under Â¬ which they sail IS2iaAAAftOdAO0l JEnglish Kitchen Street No 12 W Short Senator Hill is confident that he will receive the Democratic nomination for President but tho Cleveland Democrats in Congress declare most emphatically that ho has not even the ghost of a You pays your money and chance you takes your choice If Representative Enloe had wished to DEPARTMENT TAILORING MERCHANT OUR make tho public sympathize with Com Is the finest in the United States Our Cutters and Workmen are first missioner Haum he could not have ac Wo are doinsr the largest business wo have ever done class artists complished his purpose quicker or bettor Come and make vour selections early than by losing his temper and calling that gentleman a liar as he did when Mr Haum was on the stand testifying to the committee which is conduct ing tho investigation of tho Pension Hureau and his attempting to striko Mr TAILORS LEADING CLOTHIERS ami Haum after having called him a liar Personal did not mend tho matter abuse never convinces anybody It usually reacts upon those who indulge Kfx v in it Representative Wheeler who is I chairman of the investigating committee has the right idea He said after the IK QIMUTY BIST KOBT IN QCAHTITT disgraceful occurrence alluded to uIkivo Mr Raum came here in response to a summons from this committee to testify and he must bo treated like any other witness Whether his testimony be true or false does not matter After his statements have been made any other man who cares to may have the opportunity to take the stand and deny or CURES NOTHING BUT PILES disprove them MBMna vaawmHSiMM chairman of Has led all Worm Remedies A SURE and CERTAIN CURE Representative McCrae Public Lands House committee op the Known for IS year as tho BEST EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEFD REMEDY FOR PILES has reintroduced a bill which has Ikhmi SOLD EVERYWHERE to bTLGCIB lrr4b7RieiURD80TATURllKf rrtpirtdbj IUUUBD80ST1TIOR BED CO BTLOC1S before several Congresses providing for the forfeiture of all lands granted to railroads opposite to and coterminous a VTO with such portions of tho railroad not Ifrfr taW Xgy ssjtsJi sa ai completed within the time specified in xT5r 5J the original grant tiii It begins to look as if the much talked of investigation of tho Census Hureau which was authorized by the House some time ago will amount to nothing Dem Â¬ ocrats who instigated the resolution say this is because the investigation was put Rreakfast from f a m in tho hands of the House Census comMeals to Order at All Hour 2 Cents Regular Meals Oys mittee members of which are under i m to i i m to U a m Dinner from 10 a m to i i m Supper from A M to 12 Open from personal obligations to Superintendent tern Lamb Fries Fl ht Chickens and Quails a specialty Porter for patronage and tho Republicpm GUS LUICART ans that it is becauso there is nothing to Tluit we will sell you the list Mens Suit at That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 10 That we will sell outlie best Mens Suit at M That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at That we will sell vou the best Mens Suit at M Â¬ L C STRAUS FIXE KENTUCKY Â¬ Â¬ LEXINGTON tablersdii c WORMS buckeyemLE WHITES CREAM FOR 20 YEARS VERMIFUGE OINTMENT hs Â¬ ml rrlnn jmM jtf K OWWNKN county Virginia might What is a peanut factory A peanut factory is a place bo asked through where they put the goobers some such process as wheat has to under- Â¬ go when it is being cleansed of chnH and rid of cockle The most complicated machinery is used to assort and polish the nuts and when they aro packed in tho ninety pound bags the primo class a bring by the pound from 27r to bring this price in bag The tops Northern cities and are mostly used by the swell groceiios The street corner vender sells at his apple stand the second grade and the old lady at tho foot of tho wharf carries a stock of doubtful Thin is tho result of a market tailors which yields to Virginia truckers 8 It is second in im 000000 annually Mrtaneo only to the sweet potato crop of Accomack and Northampton counties on the eastern shore of Virginia which is calculated at as many millions per acre as Hermuda has square feet and Ilermuda is tho only yam raising coun try that can compote with tho southern peninsula 11 Â¬ for tho horse especially trotters took such a fancy for young Treacy that ho got an appointment in tho quartermas- Â¬ ters department at Camp Nelson wlfcrc hosoon overcame every obstacle and at once rose from ono position to another until we find this young fellow having charge of tho transportation of that groat camp and under him about 5000 In this department ho con Â¬ employes tinued until the war was over and re Â¬ turned to Lexington in 18UG at which time ho again resumed his horso trading and training patronized by nil Bcctioiu of Kentucky branching out each year as time advanced and making Kentucky horses noted in every market in tho States and today ho is tho beat known man in the business in Europe or Amer- Â¬ ica Now wo como to deal with him as a citizen When good material had to ho sought to keep Democracy in power in Loxington and when such men and able lawyers as General John I Huston M C Johnson W C P Hrcckinridgc and such men as Dennis Mulligan Major John R Viley and others had to bo in line 11 J Treacy wus sought after and preyailed on to servo in tho then only body governing tho city thus making him tho oldest member of tho city gov- Â¬ ernment He is also ono of tho trustees of the Catholic cemetery and had been secretary of the St Vincent do Paul society for years president of the Irish National League ono of tho original members and founders of tho Trotting Horse Ilrccders association a member of tho old Kentucky Racing association also member of tho National Trotting is now president of tho association Chamber of Commerce of Lexington and president of tho Council a position ho has justly earned by his straight- Â¬ Lexing Â¬ forward course in that body ton Transcript A Miirvtloii Kxlillilt at Lexington Ky Â¬ Proprietor H G Â¬ JOHN M ROSE JONES OSJE GSSHlRAXt HAZEL JKOHTJES DEALERS IN- - BWlBOKAJSfmSH SHEEN KENTUCKY 1 avrv aeoiunlete line of Dry Goods Notions Ladies touts Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Patent Medi cines Saddles Harness c and sell KOR CASH ut pnees rAll goods iwer than over before soon in Hazel ireen aaranteed as represented or money refunded Ws rKIIM IIMlj JUD nniiiiTrTn I vice performed by men in tho employ of the Pinkerton dctectivo agencies for various corporations and authorizing an investigation of their methods Although tho Alliance member persisted in asking that tho resolution bo rcortcd to tho NEATLY CHEAPLY and PROMPTLY EXE House for a long time they were put nHT Send your order by u majority of the Judiciary commit CUTEDATTflPolTICE Â¬ I investigate Persistency always tells in Congress Early in the present ies as elsewhere sion Representative Watson of Jcorgin as a result of a conference of tho Far- Â¬ mers Alliance members of the House and in response to requests made by la9 bor organizations in all sections of the country introduced a resolution reciting Dross tho semi military character of tho serÂ¬ Â¬ Secretary Rusk of the Government Department of Agriculture is preparing what is certain to be pronounced a mar- Â¬ velous exhibit at the Columbian Exposi Â¬ tion It will bo at once a striking dem- Â¬ onstration of the broad scope and cHlcicut work of tho department of which ho is tho head and a school of instruction for all who aro interested in agricultural matters It will includo full illustra- Â¬ tions of various insect depradatious u mammoth globe representing graphically the history of plcuro pneumonin and ita remarkable extermination in America u model of the famous Death Valley with its strange fauna and Hora and a work- Â¬ ing set of a modern weather stations THE NEW PRESIDENT outfit Under tho immediate supervision Hkitfh of tlm Mini Who Will Hrvi at tlm of Expert Hubbard tho most completo and comprehensive collection of graitiK llfilll of till COIIIHII In our sketch of the material that is over made is being prepared with tho to be given tho city for tho next two co operation of the farmers in this coun- Â¬ years we did not havo tho full history of try and in foreign parts Samples of one of its most prominent mnnlwrs and wheat grown in every county in tho Grain as a sketch of the man who this article United Statea will bo shown has reference to may be n stepping ftone from Peace river in northern Canada to to others wo give a partial history of Patagonia from Russia to India will bo ono who is a good example of what in in tho collection every seed picked by telligence and energy can do hand and tho varieties arranged in taste II 1 Treacy or more familiarly known ful glass compartments with label ItidN as Harney was born in tho village of eating the name place weight and efllCtH Krenchlawu parish of HalHnlubbercouu of tho soil and general climatio ootid U Thero aro now collected 2000 ty of Roscommon Ireland and camo to tions raised in h samples of wheat 1000 of oata 0000 of America about 18U0 llolng horse country or what might bo termed rye ilOOO of barley 800 of buckwheat the Illuegrassof Ireland ho was familiar 1500 of corn Iwsidou the exhibit of corn with tho best classes of horses and on in the ear and proportionate number his arrival in Lexington ho sought em Â¬ of tho variouu other graius and garden ployment from tho then horsemen of products An oftbrt b being madoUl this great breeding dlstrictDrs Herr secure from Eeypt ono of the original and Underwood and in the inglo course father wheat plant of a year and a half showed so much Tho wife of Abner Rcrtha of Mauon natural ability that ho was assigned charge of Dr Underwoods stables Tho county recently gave birth to twinnand war was then going on and many officers the umtlicr waa surprised to find that ono of tho Union army who had u fondues of the infants ad four twtli whm born Â¬ 1 t w Hazel Green Herald PXNOER OOOFKB PtMfokar HAZILGBMN A t I t KT GOLDEN RIDDLE Tho husbandman ono Rohlcn morn A whlto acod dropped ntnong tho corn It burst erelong Benoath tho summers mystic spell tho prisoning shell And twist tho brown loams rifted crust Its etncruld leaflets upwurd thrust Through lengthening days of rnln nnd shlno Fast grow and thrived tho goncrous vine And ncath tho chnnglng sides hold up For sun nnd dow its golden cup Till In Us volns these forces flno Had wrought a mystory divine And given to tho world a boon Fair as tho ROldcn hunrtcd moon Tho ruddy globo ngalnst the mold Outvied tho f ublcd crock of gold Each day a riper huo It gained And while- tho Heuson waxed and waned TaUhnlghts with glcamjne lance and sword Guarded with coasclcss watch nnd ward Throuqh mtdnlght hush nnd noonday heat Tho golden treasure at their feet And when the crops wore garnered In And granary and bam and bin With wealth of goodlier gold were stored Than that which greedy misers hoard When glad lips sang tho harvest homo Nenth lowly roof and lordly dome And UIO nfld kin from great to least Had fathered for tho hnrvest feast Ah richer than tho rarest win This yellow frultago of tho vlhc Transmuted by tho houscwlfos skill To golden disks In flaky frill No fairer fruit the fields afford No choicer viand decks the board And grntcful hearts their praises lift To Him who gives the golden gift Mary li Sleight In Harpers Bazar ill ISRsP aKyA vaM utmufr CHAPTKIC IV -- ntf iufcj rLuxuTliirv mrajauiurwcr SftflfTHDoUDNEY f lyu ijmmAtiajC CONTINlKD The fresh gurfjlo of the little Mcon made music in her ns she turned to- Â¬ wards the villngo She was happy in- Â¬ tensely happy in the strong hope and confidence of girlhood the prospect of tho journey and the beginning of city life did not dishearten her in the least And yet she was conscious of a new and btrangc affection for everything that belonged to tho life that she must leave behind She felt herself clinging to tho simplest nnd commonest things looking lovingly at the cushions of velvet moss and bright little ferns that grew on the stones of the old bridge watching the rush of the swift water with dimmed eyes Tho churchyard is lifted high above the hamlet and a narrow path runs across it to the steep hill that towers sentinel liue above the church It is a quiet place free from all sound of ac Â¬ tive and stirring humanity and the fresh April lights and delicate shadows fall tenderly on the gni stones and grass The sun was just going down when Olive stood by Lucys grave it was a calm sunset clear and golden a soft wind scented with violets blew cold and sweet from the west Standing there and looking down upon tho mound sho felt that she had never loved her friend better than she did at this moment and yet she shed no tears Death is not ulwajs disunion there is a parting which seems to leave us with a deeper more intimate knowl Â¬ edge of th one who has gone before There ao certain questions which are answered vv answer themselves in silence nrfl absence Much of Lucys history now unknown to her was yet to be revealed but the inlluence of their long companionship was still a living inlluence in Olives mind and it was teaching her many things A great American writer has finely taid that thero arc but two biographers who can tell the story of a mans or a One is the person him- Â¬ womans life self or herself tho other is the record- Â¬ ing angel Tho autoblographer cannot bo trusted to tell tho whole truth al- Â¬ though he may tell nothing but the truth nnd tho recording angel never lets his book go out of his own hands Hut Lucy had written her autobio- Â¬ graphy on the fleshly tables of a warm young heart and had bequeathed as it were her own personality to the girl sho had loved so well And this had been done without saying many words about her life history Good by Lucy said Olive softly I am remembering yon dear as you wished to be remembered I am going to follow your counsels and let your experience help me in the new path that T must tread Thero Is no need to btand here ttnd say all this but it makes me happier to say it God bless you I know Ho does bless you for ever nud over and so good by Sho slept that night as she had done iar many nights in Lucys little room As yet there wero no llowers twining round the lattice but the ivy was as thick as ever and tho swallows had omo back to their nests under tho over- Â¬ hanging thateh Their cheerful twit- Â¬ irwnlnjf air when sho tering filled t realized that her last day in awoke and tho village had verily come Aftcrwwitt in looking back sho Ibto was the most coufus- thoujiit and bewildering day of her own So much was crowded Into it and yet bo many things seemed to bo left out Jano went with her into the gar- Â¬ den nnd gathered a baskotful of the best llowers that they could find rich velvet panslos dolioato hyacinths jon- Â¬ quils tulips violets all mingled with And plumes of fresh green forns while they lingered over the flowers they talked again of Aaron and looked forward hopefully to tho meeting that should bring tho long desired explana- Â¬ tion It was to Aarons father old Fen lnkc of tho Hoars Head that Olive was indebted for her drive to Petcrs Ileld His ostler was to convey her and her box to the railway station and when the cart came up to the garden gate Olive was wailing with a little group around her Mrs Hoopers farewell was the last This is something that Lucy left for bho whispered putting you my dear I a sealed envelopo into her hand was charged not to give it you till you were setting off on your journey and Ive kept it all these months Good by Olive if you ever want a home child come back to me The cart moved oil Olive seated on her box looked back on the little group at tle gate and waved to them until a turn in tho road hid them from her sight Her driver was old and deaf and did not talk to anyone but his horse and sho could open the sealed It contained a five letter in peace pound note and three words written in With Lucys love a feeble hand It was the last proof of her friends thoughtful care She kissed the written ords and put tho treasure in a safe place The old horso jogged on the old driver cheered him in a husky tone and Olive sat silently watching a few white clouds traveling slowly across the fresh blue sky Here and there in a cottage garden there was a cherry tree in full bloom lifting up a dome of silver blossom but the spring was advancing with tardy footsteps and only a few llowers wero scattered over the expectant earth They came at last to tho railway station and Olive watched for the train with a throbbing heart The waiting was soon over her seat was taken and she was speeding on and on to her new life before she had quite realized that she had done with the old Some minutes went by before she was composed enough to observe her fellow travelers but presentlj a baby sitting on the lap of a rosy mother gave a crow of delight at the basket of flowers Smiles and pleasant words followed but Olive was in no mood for n life k -- llU IP vuwir i Ill I Mil MB - wrtsaBBRf SVCS vti t- I I - WZ VJX7a zT rWLl 11 W V omvk Looicrn hack on onon tiu xmin The baby soon crowed conversation itself to sleep the mother dozed too the other people were silent The quiet girl sitting in the corner lost herself in a blissful dream of her London life It would all begin this very evening She had not seen Michael for a whole year and presently ho would meet her with eager eyes and loving words and take her under his protection There would never bo any more partings and lane poor Jane she must be made happy too Olive felt that she and Michael were strong enough to manage tho love affairs of half the kingdom and bring them to a satisfactory ending Surely oil surely the train was slow Â¬ tbt The journey seemed tedious and long to Olive sitting in the corner of the third class carriage with her basket of flowers in her lap As the train drew near London she was seized with in Â¬ ward quaking and misgivings and looked down upon tho flowers as If they could give her comfort Hut the breath of the hyacinths was sadly sweet and reminded her of that grave on which Was she had laid her Master wreath it a gloomy omen that a thought of death should come to her just as she was entering a nov path in life And then she recalled her last wall with Michael on that April Sunday evening that seemed so long ago Ills earnest voice sounded in her ears once more his eyes looked Into hers with passionate tenderness the memory was so sweet that it made her heart throb fast and flushed her cheek She was going to be with him again going to find tho present richer In happiness than the past what could thero be to fear Olive was too young and too ig Â¬ norant to know that tho anguish of a reunion is sometimes worse than tho pain of a parting Sho remembered that Jrno had ijnthered that bunch of dark velvet pnuslos and the girls words npokeu CHAPTRU V oiivb1 wiacoMn hopeless feeling of inferiority possessed her a feeling that was new and strange and agonizing He was so well dressed and fine and she was such a poor im- Â¬ pulsive little rustic that it seemed im- Â¬ possible for her ever to be lifted to the height that he had gained A woman who is crushed docs not generally look her best and Olives de- Â¬ pression told upon her beauty When Michael had claimed the box he came back to his sweetheart and it struck him that the forlorn girl standing drooping on the platform was not as pretty a the Olive he had left at Kastmeon a year ago Her face looked worn and fagged her eyes large and weary and there was a ttvmulousness about her lips which would have touched a tender heart Hut a man who is steadily devoted to self interest is seldom tender Michael had a great deal to think of he was rising rapidly in the world and he did not want his betrothed to be a clog to him And there was something in her shabbiness and forlornness that ir Â¬ ritated him instead of awakening a spirit of sympathy and protection If you have to climb yon cannot spend time and strength in sympathising and Ho hoped that Olive was protecting not going to be helpless and he was ashamed of the countrified bonnet and scanty gown Come and get into a cab he said briskly The Wakes will give you something to eat I dare say you are hungry and tired and yet it wasnt a You are not growing long journey delicate I hope Olive Kancy a rising man hampered with a sickly wife The very idea was intol- Â¬ erable Hut Olives answer reassured him she had taken her first lesson in the art of self control and she now spoke calmly I have not had a days No Michael illness since you saw me last Thats right he said in a tone of relief as he helped her to scat herself in the cab and took his place by her side A hundred times she had pictured this first drive with him through the un Â¬ known streets of London Always it had been strange and bewildering yet bright with the sunshine of a wonder Â¬ Hut now the time had ful happiness really come with all the strangeness and all the bewilderment but tho hap Â¬ pinesswhy wasi that wanting Was this carefully dressed young man in Â¬ And this tired girl sit Â¬ deed Michael ting silently by his side could sho be the sunny confident Olive of old times Surely no Poor Olive had until now seen herself under only one aspect She had not realized that It Is the lot of most people to behold a good many different selves before they have done with this life of changes and she was startled as the young always are at the unfamiliar being she saw If she could have shaken off this stupid dejected mood all might have been well sho thought And presently it occurred to Michael to become affectionate aud he took her hand eased In a worn thread glove into his own We ought to be very glad that we London are together agaii ho said confuses you at Hist but you will soon get used to this noise aud bustle nud Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ with a little sigh came buck to her t4 fled ont all tho advantage of living in thin moment a wldo f phcrc And you wilJ have mp You havo nil tho luck Olive I to teach you everything dont know why Michael Chase should Olive drew a long breath She would havo passed ovenm and chosen you as have given anything for the power of father says You wont bo working glancing up Into his face with her old long for yourself Michael will got on frank smilo -- tho bmllo that ho had and marry you out of hand and set you beared away Sho could only murmur up like a lady Somo women get tho bomething which was drowned in tho crumb nnd others the crust rattle of the cab and ho thought again m ira - ri jtiM Yes it was strango indeed that she how dull nnd commonplace sho had in W rt3 should bo so fortunate Michael had grown never shown tho slightest preference It was well that tho drlvo was not CopyaiGMT inn for any other girl in Kastmeon and long for It was becoming Intolerable when his choice was made ho was per to them both Tho clattering cab All alone fectly constant Olives stepfather had stopped at last In tho middle of a both in the way it acts and in tho been heard to say openly that ho crowded thoroughfare and Michael way its sold ia Dr Picicos Favor wished Michael Chase had taken a told her that this was the Strand and ito Prescription for women fancy to Ieggy or Jane and Mrs Chal here was Undo Wakes shop It acts in this way loek had been seen to smile with ill Out of the shop door bolted an eager If youre weak or run down it suppressed triumph And now Olive lad head foremost and received Olives builds you up if you suffer from was drawing nearer and nearer to this box upon his willing back She herwonderful hero of hers and she scarce self seemed to stumble blindly after any of the painful disorders nnA derangements peculiar to your sex ly dared to lift her eyes from tho it relieves and cures It improves llowers so overpowering was the sense digestion enriches tho blood lis of joy pels aches and pains brings refresh Hut when the train came slowly into the station she looked up with a sudden ing sleep and restores flesh and feeling of helplessness and fright If strength For all functional weak he was not here if by any accident he nesses and irregularities its a posihad been prevented from coming tive remedy Hence what would be the fate of the ignorant Its sold in this way How could she summon country girl Its guaranteed to givo satisfaccourage enough to get into a cab and tion in every case or tho money be taken all alone through bewildering paid for it is refunded streets to her destination Her fellow passengers got out of the carriage with all speed the rosy young woman with Theyre the smallest the cheapest the baby gave her a parting smile and the easiest to take Olive saw her greeted by a sturdy But all that would bo nothing artisan who took the baby into his if they werent also tho best to own keeping Then she too got out take last of all and stood disconsolately on Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets prethe platform ready to burst into tears Olive said a well known voice vent and cure Sick Headache BilHe was close to her and yet she had ious Headache Constipation IndiTrembling not seen his approach gestion Bilious Attacks and all timid happy beyond expression she KHK WAS CItNOlNO TO UNCli WAKi derangements of the liver stomach laid her hand on his arm in mute wel come and lifted her sweet face to his him into a place that was n den of and bowels Hut ho gave her no answering glance darkness but from the gloom came a The casting out of the devil with a hesitation that lasted perhaps mans cheery voice full and deep So this is my niece Olive it said a second he touched her forehead half of disease was once a sign You are very welcome my dear Wo lightly with his lips and Olive felt that she had made her first mistake in fallow- want somebody young here to keep us of authority Now we take a little more ing too openly her delight at seeing from getting old Shes come too late for that sighed him time about it and cast out I was a little late he said rather another voice thin and melancholy We are old already Samuel and you devils by thousands we do stiflly And now I must look after your box Stand hero Olive and I will know it well enough it by knowledge I wont admit it for a moment the come back to you in a minute Is not a man who is taken Nothing ages He went and she stood motionless as first speaker replied people more than talking about their possession of by the germ of a statue chilled to the very soul A i ite in - f i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ age Oh Samuel We ought willingly to acknowledge the days of tho jenrs of our pilgrimage even if we call them few and evil as the patriarch Jacob did Jacob was always fond of running himself down but he feathered his nest well and thats a thing that I never could do Olive my dear your uncle cant feast you on the fat of the land but ho can give you plenty of consumption possessed of a devil A little book on careful living and Scotts Emulsion of cod liver oil will tell you how to exorcise him if it can be done Free ScorrA HoVKCClirmits ija South Your clrnvlRi oil t K love Never did any promise seem sweeter to a famished heart In an instant Olive forgot her shyness and made straight for the large substantial figure which was now becoming visible Her eyes were getting accustomed to tho twilight of the room behind the shop and she had returned Uncle Wakes hearty kiss and was clinging to him when some one lighted a lamp Then a bright clear light illumined the little parlor and she saw the gray head and kindly face of the bookseller He was an ample man Nature when she fashioned him had not been stinted for material he had a large body and his head and face wero large too Tho thick gray hair looked like a mop of short curls keen gray eyes twinkled good humorcdly under shaggy eye- Â¬ brows and tho well cut mouth and chin denoted firmness and good sense Any physiognomist would havo said that it was the face of a man who was sure to succeed in life but as regarded worldly gains Samuel Wake was decid Â¬ He edly an unquestionable failure had had his chances and had been master of a shop and business of his own aud yet here he was at sixty eight in the position of a servant taking care of another mans shop and sel- Â¬ ling another mans goods It was no wonder if Michael in his energetic struggle to get to the front looked back sometimes with quiet contempt on Sam- Â¬ uel Wake Theres a look of my poor Ruth about you he said and the deep voice softened as old memories came back I know why they call you Olive it was your grandmothers name You never saw her but I knew her well Im glad they havo given her name to you my child for hers was a spirit of peace Mrs Wake was a woman of fragile and shadowy aspect When she was young she must have been fair and slender like an elfin maiden with a kind of moonlight prettlness of her gwn but now she was bo white aud wan that you almost expected her to vanish Sho always woro a shawl and a large shapeless cap and there was never any touch of decided color about her dress Even her voice was faint and thin and seemed to come from a long way ofi and altogether sho win such a shade that thero was not enough of her to be lovea You might like her and regard her ro a bort of hnrnrt ss ghoit who wandered about the house aud walled feebly over the shortcnm Â¬ sll Avenue all druijit rjit Si nils Kitnikirm of ixltvpr rvi ry wlieic do f i 3 Kennedys mm Mir mm m m scovero I kb Take hold in this Liver Kidneys Inside Skin Outside Skin rwrjthliB bcrro it Drlv n be uiit Bowels ordr 1 1 - 01 nt to You Bold It now ivhetlier you need it or nob bv evrry lrui t and manufi il by DONALD KENNEDY iroxm iiv nivss GOLD MEDAL PARIS 1370 WKAKERrOS Breakfast Cocoa htaf from ulilcli l lie foil U i Br Is ilsihttrt 1m 1 linn i nud II m o llld No Chemicals 11 it in ftlltll H l l III It ltllH 1IIKI Ill tll II H tlif I wiili t uear sit math of Cocoi ni hliittli emit- nnil in doii itid Arrowroot ur tliiicfoii fir in tttinn - mLuLJri well ii Mcimtm and ncimlrntity iidajitcd fir for i Sold by Uliii riiiiiiitliiii Illfli lt ten- - t tn i roto CO In luvHIi n iimr iT iliii irurrr WATER rrjrrJifri W BAKER BOILING Dorchostar OR Iff nso COCOA LABELLED 1 EPPSS GRATEFUL MILK COMFORTING 2 LB TINS ONLY Ings of lumanity Wan Goslln--AI TO 1IK CONTINUKI have a vewy bad head aolio this mawning doneher know Cuspid a dentist absent mindedly Why dont vou havo it filled Jury It limply mm I re fir RiiUe PAiiffh Qurnn wii uuu g uvuftii vjiuy COUl lor WE K AREPUBLICAN ON HARRISON llona Nothing to Merit Ei Senator KHrwell Sires U HnriliMi the Clitof ln pillar CoinuioiHliUlon Kipcutlrff Prtshlont Harrison has completed Charles H Karwell formerly a senathrov yvur of his administration und tor from Illinois does not take kindly must uocrpt popular judgment us to the suggestion that Henjamiu Harri On his way uriiHu from his record It will be re son shall be renominated iniMiihcruil that he scoured his high to Europe Mr Karwell stops in Now otlico ab tho result of a blind and York an Atlantic seaport long enough erutttNt MMitlment on tho tariff ques- to describe the nforesald Henjamin as tion Ingeniously wrought up for the a consummate egotist aud to pre occasion mill inevitably to be followed dict his overwhelming rout in tho by a reaction disastrous to ropublleun event of his nomination His words interests This reaction set in so soon were So far as Harrison Little as Iho excitement of election had sub Â¬ Henny is concerned his election is absided but Mr Harrison based his poli- Â¬ solutely out of the question Those cy upon a total misapprehension of who know him best like him least Ho tho true fetnte of affairs lie proceeded Is a consummate egotist who does not upon the theory mat tnc people had know how to treat people in n gentlenoted deliberately and upon matured manly manner Kgotism is his inspira Â¬ judgment as to the issues involved in tion and guide lie is a little man with a little mind the campaign He works hard his ClarUson was put in charge of the friends say Yes he works hard civil service policy and promptly dem looks after the affairs of his kitchen onstrated the insincerity of the party anil arranging eight hundred dollar applatform by cleaning out thirty thou pointments I huve known an instance His equa- where he drew a check for thirty nine Hand ofilcbs tho first your nimity and assurance that he was cents Hugo the well known chef doing the countrys will were not dis who went from the Richelieu hotel hi turbed by tho November elections of Chicago to work for Harrison gave up lSA win n for the first time in thirty his position on account of the meddling years Iowa went democratic He let of the president in the affairs of tho 1 civil service lccep going wrong without kitchen myself saw in a Chicago or intervention The scandal paper a fae simile of the protest in the pension oflice created public check given by Harrison to Hugo distrust and tho post olllco department to pay for milk We would not abate one iota of the did it1 par in spreading dissatisfaction The department of justice was prosti respect due to the statements of Senatuted in Dudleys behalf and the un- tor Karwell but the remark is irresist- Â¬ faithful instrumentality has since been ible that so long as the milkman was asked by the president to come up paid it certainly is matter of indiffer Iatronago was manipulated ence whether it was done by check or higher to benefit the Quay order of bosses in currency Tho main point is that the party organs In his and the milkman got his money was given full play in tho further arraignment of Harrison Mr building of big war vessels and be Karwell says Harrison is undoubted stowal ol bounties from tho treasury ly working for the reuomination am not aware whether it is known to private enterprises li ifcUl ltlaino began to feel the here in New York or not but it is a foundation of republican supremacy fact that Little Henny has been coshaking and applied homeopathic quetting with lay iould Could and remedies of the reciprocity order his daughters have been visiting at the Harrison remained in a pleasant stata white house and it is said that the telof imaginary security until the crash egraphic rate legislation fathered by came in the fall when Massachusetts Wanainaker has been talked of by Michigan Pennsylvania Illinois Wisiould and Harrison and that an agree consin Nebraska Kansas and other ment of some kind has been made republican states avowed a demo which provides for the chipping in of a cratic faith through the ballot box snug sum toward the campaign ex Â¬ Then the truth dawned upon tho presi- penses by iould if Henny should got dent aud ho went about tho country the nomination seeking to restore popular confidence If as seems probable Mr Harrison Hut should be renominated Senator Karby talking while train waited his awakening was too late Since well will have occasion to return to then ho lias passed through tho ordeal the democratic party of which he was of seeing his secretary of state an a member in good standing some forty nounced as the popular choice for pres years ago The democracy is an able Harrison attempted to win stayer It exists so long that when ident confidence and arouse enthusiasm in the repentant sinner desires to do so he the Chilian affair but Illaine made the has an opportauity to return Chicago Imped for fruit as the apples of Sodom Times Now the president is producing plenty POINTS AND OPINIONS of stage thunder while negotiating Taking it all around the trusts with Lonl Salisbury in regard to the but the sensible public appear to be in hard luck these days seal liberies all except the MeKinley trust That are not deceived Mr Harrison will probably bo re Â¬ will be burned at the stake next Nonominated for ho holds the whip hand vember Chicago Globe and runs the machine but the issue When the Harrison administra- Â¬ in 1SSS has tion gets turned out in March 1Si it wa- - misunderstood that been grasped by the people and a will leave nothing but a bad smell and united effort of democracy means a a treasury deficit to show for its work SU Louis Republic democratic successor to Mr Harrison A vast uajority will disclaim him for The democrats have indeed got the principles that ho represents the together on a most important feature thing- - that he has done and the things of tariff reform when the free wool that he has left undone Detroit 1reo bill bids fair to pass the house with a Tress solid party vote N V World All the republican papers agree VAGUE RESOLUTIONS upon one proposition that Levi P Are liiiiliinii KcpiiilU uiiM in Iavor of 1roo Morton must be renominated for vice COIIllR1 president unless a man with just as The ofhce holdors machine in Indi- eloquent a pocket book can be induced ana has given President Harrison the Hrooklyn Kagle delegates from his own state but it to take the place Green R Raum appears to nny- cannot give him the electors adIiidiiinajs a democratic state The anything rather than distinguished vantage on the witness stand testify- Â¬ plurality at the last election was near- Â¬ Â¬ ly twenty thousand Tho congression Â¬ ing to the manner in which he has car Â¬ de al delegation stands eleven democrats ried on the affairs of the important partment intrusted to his charge to two republicans with an aggregate deimuiate plurality of twenty throe ioston Globe Kncle Samuel while pensioning thousand The legislature is democamp followers and coffee cookers of Â¬ cratic on joint ballot by sixty six mathe widow jority Since the adoption of the secret the civil war has permitted war to per of a soldier of the Mexican Horsey-Dudle- y ballot put a cheek on the Her husband method of carrying the state by or Â¬ ish from starvation voted the democratic ticket ganized bribery it scarcely needs the must have bitter republican dissension revealed when he was alive Louisville Courier in the recent convention to assure the Journal The kick in the Indiana repubstate to the democrats with a popular lican convention against Harrison was candidate and a sound platform The republican resolutions are bour not so vigorous as Mr Dudley would bonish on tho tariff defiant in defense have been glad to see it The moral of the billion dollar congress evasive for the oresident to bear in mind is on silver and ironclad for the dispenser that one never makes a friend of the man whom he keeps out of the jail that id spoils Kcnjiunin Harrison N Y World ho deserves The silver nlanlc is noteworthy as of President Harrison ought to inrepresenting the republicanism the presidents own state It declares vite the New Jersey potters to dine with him off that imported china bear- Â¬ that K Pluribus Imim We a c n favor of honest money of a tlot ing that legend lir thit Hla thcr it bo gold or Hller or paper As members of the class for whose hmll bv t like viiluo hi tin pajniiiit of Uulits benefit the heavy duty Is imposed on Is iul the 70 cent silver dollar or its Kreneh china they would undoubtedpaper representative of like value ly enjoy a meal off the foreign prod with the gold dollar in the payment of uct in the company of the man to debts A government fiat adopted by whom they look for the carrying out a republican congress and signed by of the policy which is intended to President Harrison makes it a legal keep it out of the country -- Detroit tender and receivable for public dues Kreo Press Would not the proposed llland silver carefully Republicans should dollar be of like value in the payment take their bearings before making This too strong declaration on the subject of debts if his bill should pass is the objection of honest sound money of coining silver They are just now men to tho freecoinngeofthese dollars respectfully referred to that portion Hut they would under this resolution of their platform adopted at Chicago in bo acceptable to the Indiana republicTho republican ISS3 which reads ans of the use of both party is in favor A republican hoosier is a very uncer- Â¬ gold and silver us money and con Â¬ Â¬ tain quantity N Y World demns tho policy of tho democratic addemonetize - Three thousand tons of tin plate ministration in its efforts to Against tho position of 1888 it are on tho ocean headed for the United silver States As Maj MoKinley is now com- will not do to ask honest citizens in atreet fortably installed as governor of Ohio 1803 to accept tho edict of Wall use for und demonetize silver or provldo however this incident und others like it pass unnoticed by the republican gold that sliver cannot All Chicago prcsu Chiougo Times Times linn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A SORRY RECORD WHY BOYS pin LIKE A NOISE GETTING A START OAMFTOlf S Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Symptom nml drown Ico OtiEhtnt to Ml ml It I wondor why it is that boys do so enjoy making a noise exclaimed Mrs Hoggs holding her cars with both hands while her two youngest dnr llngs paraded through the house with n drum and tin horn which a wicked uncle had given them for Christmas My dear replied Mr Hoggs look Â¬ ing up from his newspaper you must understand that a boy does not really mako a noise because lie likes to so much as for tho reason ho can not help it The cause is simply that there is a greater supply of excitation to his nervous system than ho can got rid of in the ordinary way which grown peo ple adopt believe I express myself In n HcBltliy 1 It How an Ambition Young Mhii Hold Rent Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ elearlyV Not very It seems to me said Mrs Hoggs Then I will put It more plainly You are per Â¬ responded the doctor Â¬ Â¬ thirty-nine-ce- nt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mtdic Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ haps acquainted with the fact that the human body is made up of colls I have heard you say so my dear Well then you must comprehend that each of those cells has a nucleus just as an egg has a yolk in it Tho nuclei of tho cells which make up a childs body are much larger than those of the cells which compose your phys ical system or mine As the infant gets older these cells become steadily smaller but during youth the nerve battery thus made up is so much more powerful as to store- up an excessive amount of onorgy Tho boy keeps it in for awhile and then he must explode That is exactly what is taking place with Hobby and Jimmy at present They are getting rid of their super lluous nerve force through the medium of a drum and a tin horn It is thor oughly healthy and you ought not U object said If that is really the case I am more Mrs Hoggs with a sigh Â¬ - resigned Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ was about to say continued the nuclei keep on the doctor diminishing in size as one grows oldei until the grown person finds excessive excitation disagreeable and is annoyed by noises I believe that you were forty on your last birthday my dear The reason that the boy keeps on growing is that while the nuclei of his cells arc diminishing the cells themselves are multiplying in number A f ter one gets old and a certain time of life has been reached the cells no longer multiply fast enough to supply the places of those which die Then arrives a period of what we call decrepitude and eventually the Individual if no disease supervenes perishes of mere debility admitted That muy all be true Mrs Hoggs but my observation is that this business of knowing how one is constructed and how soon one must wear out in the course of nature docs not conduce to happiness I would rather remain in ignorance of what you call physiology and not be obliged to think of myself and my children and our inside works as if wo were so ninny machines Science seems to have no attractions for women muttered the doctor who became absorbed in his newspaper again Washington Star As 1 Â¬ Â¬ A SAFE ASSERTION ulil UN Slilllitlicr friend llailnt a Crook- i null- - Â¬ Â¬ They were discussing tho virtues and failures principally the latter of a man slightly known to both of them The thin sharp little fellow knew the subject of discussion somewhat bettci than the heavy set man and spoke with a tritlo more assurance I always thought ho was a scamp said the heavy set man He is a scamp replied the little fellow I know of a ease where he cheated an orphan out of half an inheritance Yes I heard of that Then he failed just to beat his cred itors out of some money So I was told Ho has been chargec with setting lire to his store to get tho insurance know that has been rumored but then Shillabe- rYes Shillabor has had more expe rience with him than anyone else Well Shillabor speaks highly of 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Are you sure Positive Why Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Imclim It wns in the spring of 1807 when a small ofllco was started on the north- Â¬ west corner of Madison and LaSallo Rtreefs capital ten dollars and fifty cents annual receipts two hundred and fifty dollars Klrstyoar was a hard I had a sign out Real Estate pull aud Law The law department con idsted chiefly in drawing deeds trust deeds bills of sale etc The real estate department did most anything in tho way of real estate but as at that period tf Chicagos existence the total trans fers for an entire year amounted to about two dozens one- can imagine my sharo was exceedingly small It was midsummer and receipts for that month had been lower than tho average A respectable looking young man came Into my oflice hailing from a western city He said ho had not beeu eating throe square meals per a day for quite a time and asked the privilege of sleeping in the oflice The thought struck mo 1 could utilize him so 1 went down with him to South Water street and purchased two nice baskets of early Crawford peaches 1 borrowed a pine door from a carpenter friend of mine in the alley and with tlio aid of two asli barrels sot the newcomer up in business opposite my ofllco entrance The peach depart Â¬ on Madison street ment thrived Kirst day he took in live dollars and wo increased the stock to such an extent that wo had quite a thriving trade This fellows name we will call Jones lie hud a very per suasive way of iiitieing the young ladies as they passed by to purchase peaches in fact he caught everybody and many of Chicagos citizens will re member a cry that- lasted all that Now then summer on the corner ladies anil gentlemen here is the phuje to get your fine earlyCrawford poaches1 Superintendent of tho building objected and came and asked if this man was No let thopoot said annoying me fellow earn a living he is all right In fact had the peach department boon suspended the real estate linn would have collapsed Soon after this a South Water street merchant noticing the ability of the young man to sell his fruit offered him a guaranteed salary of one hundred dollars per month and he left my firm Rusiness did not thrive for quite awhile but one day as luck would have it an old gentleman with long bushy whiskers strolled into the oflice and asked mo if I was a lawyer I confessed and he gave mo the de scription of a piece of property on the north side tho title to which he said was very much mixed He had come all the way from Honolulu Pacific ocean to have this straightened up and he would give mo half could perfect there was in it if tho title The night before this a num ber of my old college chums had called to see how I was getting along We were all graduates of the Chicago Law university and I was the only one who had the nerve aud recklessness to start an ofllco tho others had taken clerical positions in established law oillces the boys used to come into my oflice occasionally to see if my elbows were wearing out and prophesied that I would soon have to give up my office and go with them but the man from Honolulu settled it I went to work and perse verence won I bought the interest of the different owners in the North Side lot and eventually sold the lot and made eight hundred dollars clear I was afraid to trust any bank in Chi Â¬ cago with my money I used to hide it under my pillow and kept a big ax un der the bed to protect it My fellow graduates called again it was Christmas eve I had a first class new suit of clothes and u stove pipe hat and they wore greatly surprised When I exhibited to them my roll of bills they turned palo with envy aud left the oflice Three days after that six new real estate and law olllco signs were hung up and I think that every one of the gentlemen who started in business on that day has prospered either as a lawyer or real estate dealer No less than throe occupy positions on tho judicial bench and perhaps my bold effort to establish a business in dull times had its beneficial effect Robert C Givins in Rainier of Gold Kututo nml Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MY 8 C0M1S FftOMlBWk Tht patronage of the trYltaf JftWt ft iefl mpietfullj aoUclted Tabla tka mry attention for the oesafert ef f eMft tut FRED KELLAM WITH M apl8ly S TIMMONDS Wholesale Grocers PORTSMOUTH 0 peddling paid to C PER WEE- K96V SALARY Agents to bell owb Wanted Good General link op merchandise Nt wer CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO 178 W Van Buron St Chicago III agents for vwk information address live Above salary will b H ENRY MATLOCK wrrn GO MCMILLAN HAZEN WHOLESALE BOOTS AND SHOES KNOXVILLE TENN Tho nbovo noods aro handled CO Hnzel Green Ky DAY br J MARKS BROS MARKS M1 AND 1 nil 0 Noa 131 133 RACESTREET CINCINNATI THE KRUSE S BAHLMAW HARDWARE HM50MPAY11 Â¬ - 10 and 17 West Pearl ptroafj CINCINNATI O 1 Â¬ tacky 2uTh U wholesale trndo of Editors K respectfully solicited -T- HE-n GEO W MAIPIN jG0MPANYS Dry Goods Â¬ Â¬ Wholesale 101 103 Notions and 105 W Fourth Strgot South Side CINCINNATI 0 Â¬ GROSSMAN SCHLETJTKER CO Saddlery and Harness Nob 74 and 70 Mnin Street CINCINNATI O G US Hardware MEYER WITH Tiilco it loiiff Look AIiiIkI him Who says Why I heard him myself What did he say Oh it was just a passing remark so Â¬ His name was mentioned and Shillabor haid ho hadnt a crooked hair in his Â¬ Â¬ head Shillabor said that explained the little man Oh well suppose Shellaber thought you had noticed that the scoundrel is as bald as Chiago Tribune a billiard bal I fes A Cwe 111 Iolnl the ridiculous dog Its but a step from tho sublime to How so Heros a man offers 81000 for a bird Â¬ Thats sublime Heros the ownor who wont tako it Thuts ridic- Â¬ Jury ulous Journal I Never decide hastily upon a piece of furniture purchase as much for tho future as much as for the present It is true fashions change in furniture from year to year but it is only people of large means who can follow a fashion of this kind The plain elegant styles are quite expensive as compared with the ordinary pieces which aro turned out of factories by the thousand aud which are covered with ornamentation to catch the popular fancy One quickly wearies of such furniture besides it is not so well made as the plainer styles and therefore gets out of order easily Get tho things necessury for kitchen bedroom dining room and sitting room before doing anything about the parlor and let every artlelu bo of good quality no matter how plain Mako un estimate of what you can spend on each room then get the best things possible Ladies Home Â¬ WMKEER0M -- oJomucKS ino- - Agricultural Implements OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA PLOWS FOSTER STOVK CO COOKS MILLS A EVAPORATORS CHAMPION REAPERS MOWERS STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS DOORS AND HASH A SPECIALTY No 110 Oly 4 112 Second St rent I RONTON OHIO gar DO YOU WANT TO SAVH FROM 25 to GO CENTS ON EVERY DOLLAR YOU SPEND If po writ for our Illustrated Catalooue anrpriom er8 pricks 10000 containing illubthationb ov everything manufactured if the United State at manufactur mailed free os application Address all lines represented citalooua illustrations Â¬ Tho DliTornncc Ho You know they have i fine idea in China they kill all tho girl babieu sweet Hhe and glvo thorn to tho hogs And horo tho girls aro not eulty She Ah given to the hoge till they havo grown sweet Life up Life He CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO No 178 West Van Uuren St Sort n Muali CHICAGO ILL I wish that I could say things as of that waltz as the soft strains Well you seem to havo no dlfll in saying things as soft as tho atrnitiB of that waltz Hrooklyn Fn o for ale it tnfi olce Koto Paper only 10c a qulr jriupj9--ecdstUe- iv Call LJr t M GHEEN HEKALD 8PJSN0ER COOPER - - - Editor MORGAN rpuNTY Cnmtj iiilluii John Patrick of Bloomington Is here buying sheep Born to the wife of It I Watson a LOOK OUT FOR NrlCHi iCkiM vrXw MMmmEIff H9 H3ra HAZEL GREEN KY Friday May 6 1892 Current News and Comment May day parado in Chicago vtlireo men were arrested for carrying the anarchist red flag At the There will beahuildingatthe Worlds Fair where a woman can leave her baby and get a check for it whilo she sees the show A Chicago thief a few nights ago stole and made oway successfully with an entire house oxcept the cellar and cellar walls The centennial of Kentuckys admis Â¬ sion into the Union is to be celebrated in Juno at Lexington at Louisville and at Maysville exchange Our platform for the coming faya campaign More hogs less statesmen more hominy leaa hades is estimated by a Frankfort calcu lator that of the 123000 expended on the Ueneral Assembly so far but 30 000 has gone to pay for needed legisla- Â¬ tion A message written on a stone in 1809 was found in a creek near Angola III A level headed Mississippi pound girl During the recent tides a vast amount of timber was floated down tho Licking river Jno Patrick of this place who hns been very low at Mouth of Caney is able to return home T J Burton recently bought of Jan Anderson of Magoliin county a Cyear old in lire for 125 A M Greenvillo Lodge No fi55 F meets first Saturday night in May All members requested to be present Your correspondent desires to return thanks to the citizens of Yocum gener- Â¬ ally and cspsciully to mine host Tilmnn Lewis for courtesies extended during the Morgan county Union Mr Lewis is a representative citizen of that part of tho county and possesses an amiable and intelligent family Judge Win Lykins who has been chief engineer of the Caney post office so long that the mind of man runneth not to the contrary bus been ousted and A J Watsou appointed in his stead and that night his wife gave birth to a boun- Â¬ cing boy and we guess Jack will call his name Ben Harrison 12 -- BARGAIN COUNTERS Will ft epen uninr THILUiUlllLIIII i Manufacturing 135 E MAIN Jiwilir STREET feS3 CuiUm House 3qur LEXINGTON KY fir M to Real 1 Is Â¬ WATCHES DIAMONDS If V May 2 Falcon It by Edgar Bates It stated that the writer had been captured by Indians and was to be burned The other night a basket containing a white boy baby about ten days old was left in the doorway of R B Metcalf s house at Lexington It will be sent to some charitable institution vagrant negroes one a woman were recently sold from the block in Fayette Mo and the blacks now threat- Â¬ en a race war unless this is stopped or the whites served the same way who swindled Gen Grant out of his money and who aided Fish to ruin the Marino Bank of New York was released from Sing Sing prison Four The Kleetoral College One correspondent asks to settle a controvesy the number of votes in the next electoral college and another wants to know u how many votes belong to the Democratic how many to the Republic an and how many to the doubtful To satisfy as far aa wo can States both questioners we subjoin the Statta with their respective electoral votes Our second querist can group them as he sees fit There are so many doubtful States this year that it would be waste of time and space to arrange them by groups in this column as requested 11 Montana 3 Alabama 8 Nebraska 8 Arkansas 9 Nevada 3 California 4 New Hampshire 4 Colorado 6 New Jersey 10 Connecticut 3 New York 30 Delaware 4 North Carolina Florida It 13 North Dakota 3 Georgia Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Iclatio 3 Ohio 24 Oregon 15 13 Solid Sillier hold of a Stock of Goods at 50 AND cents on the dollar spot cash Optical Goods which we are going to give to our friends and the public while it lasts We have made up our minds that we are goWHOLESALE ing to show the people that we appreciate their splendid patronage in the past and we f2L r are going to sell the splendid MT STERLING KY purchase we made at less than o Consignments of produce and the the goods can be manufactured patronage ot Mountain Merchants respect for All we ask of you is to fullv solicited jel4ly While in Cincinnati we got clWLFY Trimble Bros CLOCKS BOUB Bruce Trimble T G firiro rnir envnvnl J P Sharp SHARP Denton We are going to name a few of the many big drives Have now a complete line of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes we will offer you and Gents Furnishing Goods Good Plaid Cotton sold for 8Jc now 5c a yard New Spring Style Shirting Prints fast colors 4c a yard We solicit an inspection of New Spring Style Dress Prints fast colors 5c a yard our goods and guarantee priPlaid Cheviot Suiting former price 15c now 6Jc a yard ces satisfactory and articles as Camels Hair Suitings formerly 20c now 10c a yard A look Â¬ BARGAIN TABLES TRIMBLE DENTON MT STERLING KY Ferdinand Ward Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Mississi Missouri Minnesota Saturday having served six and a half years Pennsylvania Rhode Island 10 Mouth Carolina 13 South Dakota 8 Tennessee 6 Texas 8 Vermont 15 Virginia 14 Washington 9 West Virginia 9 Wisconsin 17 Wyoming A 23 4 32 4 9 4 12 15 4 12 4 6 12 3 Total Necessary to a choice 444 223 is reported that the United States The fear that our country may be en Â¬ sub Treasury in New York was recently tirely denuded of its forests is not as robbad of 125000 just after theclose of general or at least wo do not hear as banking hours but this is denied by Ellis H Eoborta Assistant Treasurer of the much on the subject as formerly That It United States W N Haldeman recently celebrated the seventy first anniversary of his birth Â¬ day He is tho chief owner of both the Louisville Courier Journal and Times and is a constant worker even at this good round ago want to bo citified Tho Democrat says A petition has been circulated in tho city asking the Council to repeal tho ordinanco against tho running at largo on tho streets of stock of various kinds Danville doesnt Near Goodlettsville Tenn two young Indies named Bruce wero overpowered in their room and outraged by two negroes A fow hours later five suspects were cap- Â¬ tured Henry Grizzard was identified by tho girls and lynched The other four woro sent to jail to await develop- Â¬ ments our pine and poplar trees are being con- Â¬ verted into lumber at an astonishing rate is true but the growth of timber in the oldor portions of the United States seems to be on the increase Here in Wood- Â¬ ford and in the blucgrass counties gen Â¬ erally a great deal of pasture land has within tho past few years been silently and stealthily covered with a young growth of hackberries walnut cherry uud other volunteer trees Several years ago it was supposed that the supply of commercial timber in the blucgrass coun- Â¬ try was well nigh exhausted but this was ovidently a mistake Every day in tho year a large number of logs can le seen at tho two railroad depots in Ve Many of sailles awaiting shipment these go to Europe Woodford Sun Sunday evening about 8 oclock the large barn at Fairlawn stock farm one mile north of Lexington owned by A Smith McCann was destroyed by fire Tho stable contained twenty eight head of well bred trotting stock including tho Electioneer stallion May King that cost 12000 a fow months ago Nineteen head wero rescued whiio nine head were burned Two were sisters to Phil Thomp- Â¬ son five yearlings by sons of Electioneer d and a colt by Robert Mc Â¬ Gregor Tho barn was erected by Gen Withers the lato owner of Fairlawn and was valued at 15000 fully in Â¬ sured The stock burned was valued at from 15000 to 20000 four-year-ol- Heavy Jeans two good colors 10c a yard Heavy Cottonade worth 20c now 10c a yard Cedar Pencils 5c a dozen Large Rubber Head Lead Pencils 10c a dozen Falcon Bank and School Pens 5c a dozen 75 Needles or three papers for 5c Large size Shaving Glass worth 10c for 5c Extra large size Shoo Blacking 5c a box Good Shoe Brush for 10c Good Garter Web 2 yards 5c or 25c a bolt 2 Extra large boxes Lily White for 5c Heavy Weight Note Paper 24 sheetB or 1 quire 5c 50 Envelopes or 2 packages for 5c Five Thimbles all sizes for 5c Extra large Gilt Back Blank Book for 5c Wire Garters and Sleeve Holders 5c 24 Shoe Laces for 6c 7 8 and 9 inch Covered Dress Steels 5c a dozen Large 8 iuch Rubber Redding Comb for 5c Large Horn and Rubber Fine Comb two for 5c Large Double Lock Money Purse 5c School and Package Strap 10c Ladies Hose absolutely fast black 5c a pair Ladies Fancy Hose extra large 5c a pair Seamless Mixed Socks 5c a pair Splendid Fancy Socks 5c a pair Childrens Black and Fancy Hose 5c a pair Fancy Domet Flannel Overshirs 25c each Mens Fancy Web End Suspenders 10c a pair 28 inch Turkey Red Bandana Handkerchief for 5c Childrens Fancy Handkerchiefs lc each Extra heavy and well made Striped Jeans Pants worth Extra heavy lG rib Umbrellas for 75c each Genuine Gloria Silk Umbrellaa for 1 each Large Fancy Border Hand Towels 10c n pair Fancy Colored Window Curtains good 5c a yard One dozen Napkins fringed for 25c recommended Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY Capital J M G 200000 Surplus 30000 BIGSTAFF President L KIRKPATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier Â¬ chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general hanking business done Give us a chance to send you a bank book pay your checks and loan you money when in need W W o We respectfully solicit the business of mer- Thompson Cash R S STEADER Successors to 74 E SON Co J A Laii Maw LEXINGTON KY Wholesale Dealers in Street Straight Kentucky Whiskies c Brandies FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY Wines CIGARS AND TOBACCO Agents for Old Pugli Old Pepper Old Tarr and Old Taylor H L00 for 100 a pair j C O Q n Cut Price House O J105 167 G FEDER RACE STREET CINCINNATI OHIO SUS- - 2 BUY GLOVES UNDERWEAR SHAWLS IIOSl RLANKETS And thousands of other items we could name at equally In addition to above immense bargains we will low prices sell to every cash purcaaser of 5 00 or over also to every person paying us 1000 or over in cash on notes and accounts PENDEUS and ail kind ot small wares and other goods in Notion and Furnishing Goods Line II G Frnrn 300 Co Church Street New York jSpecial attention to mail orders -- TI-IE- 6 Pounds of our Choicest Coffee for One Dollar WINCHESTER BANK We also give free to every cash purchaser of 100 or more a very handsome gilt frame looking glass or a large size picture 6v chromo We have tho largest WINCHESTER KY N Because Charles Massey a Protestant was paying attention to Miss Nellie Gay uor n Catholic at Burlington N J tho priest of the church of which tho young ladys father was a member became dis pleased and stopping in tho midstof a prayer drovo Mr Gaynor from tho church at the point of a pistol Â¬ II WITIIERSPOON President It 1 HUNTER Cashier tt Secretary Blaink has decided to send an interesting exhibit to tho Worlds Fair at Chicago It will consist of tho original Declaration of Indopoudenco tho Constitution of the United States tho Articles of Federation tho famous protest of tho Philadelphia Carpoutors Company to King George III and other documents which aro tho heirlooms of tho country itsolf of ournational history These will not bo shown by fao simile but the originals They will be shipped in sfcel caskets and guarded by soldiers while en routo and at tho fair Stock in the State outside of Louisville We want your pat ronage and will mako pricesto secure it We 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 Â¬ This Rank solicit the nccouuts of nter dimity farmers traders and business me generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers its customers every facility P the most liberal terms within the limits of oetl8ly legitimate banking Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 ROSE DeBUSK IMtACTICAL A very sympathetic gentleman who had tho welfare of tho ladies at heart delivered a lecturo on Tho Duties of Husbands to a Chattanooga audience In impressive sentences he urged tho gentlemen to treat their wives kindly and had not completed his advico when an ollicor appeared upon tho stago and arrested him for bigamy r Job printing cheap at this oflico J T DAY r CO Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers HAZEL GREEN KY Rlaoksmithiiig of all kinds solicited and work promptly done We mako a specially of building iMiorsu wagons aild guarantee all work NOTICE All who re Indebted to he linn or either of ns for work must come and hottlo iitid cash or satisfactory terms will bu demanded for all work done hereafter Thanking you for past patronage and rfoj liciting a continuance of tho same we arc UOSHifc DkRISK Uspectfully TPIE mmmmmmTB OF EASTERN KENTUCKY - t Hreathltt than all other papers in the suite ami merchants in Mt Sterling Win chester Lexington Louisville and hieln nuti will find it THE HKST MKIHUM through which to sucuru Mountain Trade ii ml Has a larger circulation Hazel Green Herald In Wolfe Morgan Â¬ ADVKUT1SIXG HATES Tit ANSI KNT Advertisements inserted for less than 3 months will he 7o cents an inch for the first insertion and 25 cents an inch for each sub sequent insertion pjTAXli TRANSIENT ADVERTISING MUST UK IA1I IN ADVANCE HTANDINU ADVERTISEMENTS I inch 12 mouths U inches It inches 4 inches A Inches inches Liberal rates on larger advertisements made known on application Local notices to be interspersed among reading matter 10 cents a line with a dis count of 25 per cent where they run a month or more Obituaries tributes of icspect etc 3c a line Count six words to the line and send We will write money with the manuscript nhituaries and publish at 5 cents a Hue Marriage and death notices not exceeding ten lines solicited and published 1ltEE II 7 50 12 50 15 IM IK 75 22 X 23 00 1AYAMK QUARTERLY rHni s FOR ItECltlAR Advertising ON DEMAND Address SPESVEH COOPEK Hazel irceu Ky Emery Jamas has our thanks for u moss of very fine vomit onions Willie L Day came home on a flying visit from Camurgo last Saturday Kev J T Piorntt will preach at the old Grassy church Sunday at 1030 A M J B Cecil will be here again on the 17th inst with his horse Forrest Stono wall Rev Sawyer preached two interesting sermons at the M E church last Sab Â¬ bath That good lady Mrs Hello Godsey has placed us under obligations for a lot of line young onion- Miss Jennie Robinet of linger a for mer student at the Academy was visit- Â¬ ing friends in our city sevcul days dur- Â¬ ing the past week Red wine of Jackson passed through town Sunday en route to Camp ton from Sandy Hook whore he had been attending court D B Officers of the Hazel Green Fair AssoÂ¬ ciation will be elected tomorrow Satur-Â¬ day for the ensuing year and President Hose desires a full attendance of the stockholders W C Perkins one of our friends and lellow countymen has been summoned on the United States grand jury at Cov ington which convenes next week Mr Perkins will leave for Covington on Sat- Â¬ urday Dr B Hatton of Lane was here Sun day and was on route to Grasy to escort his wife home she having spent a week visiting relatives in the neighborhood of Mizo post oflice Dr Hatton is a sul Mjriber to Â¬ The Herald and says his Â¬ Â¬ children would not be without the paper He informs us that he is now enjoying a fine practice in his profession Upon information that we considered reliable wo last week published an ac count of the drowning of Bob Cummins Jr at Clay City and now learn that there was no foundation in fact for the tatemcnt Our informant gave us the details as published and also told other parties the same almost word for word We are sorry we made the mistake and hope no harm has been done Â¬ H B Matipin representing the well known notion house of D H Carpenter at Catlettsburg was a guest at the Day House Monday and Tuesday and while here sold two very handsome bills of goods He also sold three good bills at Campton and one at Stillwater Through his card in Thk H khali and by strict attention to business and fair dealing Mr Miiupin has built up a splendid trade in this section and Mr Carpenter is to be congratulated that ho has so good a representative in this territory The editor of Tub llERAM and his lietter J moved into thoir new residence on Rich Hill Tuesday and that night the following ladies pounded them viz Mrs Lou Diy Mrs Ellen Pieratt Mrs Hilda Day Mrs Ellen Swangi and Mrs Emma Evans each of them bringing a handsome tribute of their esteem The donations consisted of preserves jellies handco no pin cushion nil the arlickS bdug meful ones and we wish to return thanks for tho samo and assure these ladies that their kindness will ever be gratefully remembered In this connection wo wish also to mention Lulu and Mattio Evans who each con tributed to the donation and they too xlmll always have a warm spot in our tt KENDALLS BIGMAJORITY J fXiX Jtiii LvA JLXIco City Loculettcs OMlelnt Figures On tlto Vnttt Hi the lie cent Congressional Election What thoughts must seem to surge up Tho following is tho official vote cast in the mind of a writer as ho contem- Â¬ plates tho task of sketching for tho vari Â¬ at the special election for u Congressman Â¬ DKALKKS IN ous departments of a newspaper This in this Tenth district to fill tho vacan5h tho history of nn independent publica Â¬ cy occasioned by tho recent death of tion thercforo it has tho confidence of Hon J WickKcndaJl Counties Jos M Kendall CFWard tho people Henco tho pronounced pop- Â¬ 1 255 Breathitt ularity of Tub Herald 71 Chirk 1421 10 282 Elliott Tho Sunday School that has been or- Â¬ Estill 31 197 fi02 ganized at this place is dndcr the super- Â¬ Floyd 204 150 vision of interested teachers and is being Johnson 203 Buy your goods while they arc cheap and now is the time Knott conducted in a most successful manner Lee 2 147 40 The new house of C B Allen is now Martin 47 110 Magoffin ORO being framed It will soon be by far Montgomery TmO 27 the best house in this part of the county Morgan and this is our reason We want to buy more goods 30 211 Menifee 38 211 Iike From all appearances there will soon is business Wo arc not in business 21 you sec 232 bo a new building erected for tho post Powell G olfc merely for pleasure nor for health but for tho profit and office at this place T44 5840 Totals the way to make profitable is to sell everybody And tho May 2 Prohieition Kendalls majority G302 Seventeen way to sell everybody is to soil cheaper than anybody And Disastrous Flro nt Mt Sterling scattering votes woro cast for other per is what we are going to do for Cash or Country Pro Â¬ At half past bix oclock Sunday morn- Â¬ sons duce ing fire was discovered in the rear of tho In tho election of November 1890 J liavo extended tho Credit System until wo aro compelled to closo our post office building on Main street Mt W Kendall Democrat received 107 16 books and we respectfully ask tlioHri who owo us to come in nnd pay part Sterling and in two hours time the en- Â¬ and It C Hill Republican 0210 or all of your note or account Trusting you will heed this wo remain tire block from the Christian church on CO Very respectfully c H P PIERATT nnd vicinity can Citizens of Hazel tho west to tho Fizer building on Broad- secure stationery of Green any kind they may de way was in great danger The high sire by calling at this office We have just wind prevailing greatly hindered tho received lfl Ht Ledger Paper firemen and as a result nine valuable 14 Hi Journal Palter 113 fc 115 W Third CINCINNATI O 12 It Letter Paper business houses were destroyed Tho 14 tt Foolseap Paper Sentinel Democrat newspaper office J G lti Commercial Note Paper MANUFACTURERS WHOtaau fl lt Legal Note Paper H Brunuers shoe store the post office Lead Pencils Pens ifce by W H GILLIS Hainlines bazar Enochs bargain house All of the best quality and sold at the T P Martin Co dry goods and no- Â¬ lowest prices We have also a supply of the finest printers stationery ever seen In East tions Walt M Gay Co grocers and ern Kentucky including Irish linen AmerMrs Kate 0 Clarke millinery are u ican linen Old Hcnvick c uud will print and furnish it in quantities to suit at the mass of blackened ruins lowest rates Give this office a call when The origin of the fire is unknown but yon want paper or printing of any kind and JHy jirJvr tf is supposed to have been caused by a wive inouev match or a lighted cigar carelessly thrown fiir- SPjfe jr Tmrr in the rear of the post office where the llBTJJUt7WMWMKK1l ll iUfwnruiBiilAnm fire was first discovered Startling ru- Â¬ mors were afloat that the post office had been robbed and then burned but tiny lacked foundation Winchester was tel Â¬ egraphed to for help and responded with an engine Executed at this office in the highest The Christian church was only saved style of the art und at satisfactory prices The THe from utter destruction by tho energetic Noteheads envelopes sule bills e Work work of the firemen and the iron siding promptly done and nothing hut the best is not a Patent can be made but the best of the Sentinel Democrat office adjoining material used Send for estimates by an experiended Fractical Fainter with the assistance of The interior of the church was badly damaged by water The buildings burnthe latest improved and powerful machinery lsSpgran IDINGFELDER ed were handsome and valuable business morPspheo toed to give satisfaction Will cover one half houses in the center of the business part lead and oil mixed by hand Sent freight paid for than of the town and their destruction is CO M One reliable dealer wanted in each lt50 per gall6n complete town Send for color cards etc to Importers and Jobbers of The total loss as nearly as can be esti- Â¬ mated will reach 85000 with insurance KY aggregating about one half that sum DRY GOODS AND MOTIONS The contents of the post office were deMr and Mrs J P Marshall Nos 537 539 and 511 A stroyed occupying rooms on the second floor West Main Street KY CATLETTSBURC lost everything and the contents of tho Tho Largest Drug House in tho Ohio Valley LOUISVILLE KY rooms over Enochs bargain house occuManufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by tho Dozen 16000 Square Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed H BRYAN pied as law offices dress making estab- Â¬ WITH lishment etc were lost Taken altoiTtjole proprietors of the famous Solo proprietors of the rcnowned5x dis- Â¬ HINDpO KIDNEY CORDIAL gether the fire was one of tho most NERVE KING X For the pcrniHiient euro ot raini In tht3 The only remedy that h Bold nn an nbso astrous in the citys history lute guarantee to cure nil ruins niulj 5HucK gnu an JtHoraers oi me KKineyci AcheN CrampH and Colic Diarrhwa Ivn aim urninry urniiH iiioushimib oi cer The following preachers have signified tifieateH of those who have lined thin eatery ute Used internally uud exter- J lie bent Liniment in the world remedy will he went on application nnlly of attending the Preach their intention PIMP OR IRVTS IiUUK SlUU ers Institute to be held here beginning SyFon Sale uy Drug Storks and Country Stores Everywhere August 8 1892 viz G W Miller HallH M Downing West Liberty Store J James Young Waco W L Lacy Sel14 WEST MAIN ST 12 lers Adolphus Gibbs Grasy W C LEXINGTON KY Nickell John Johnston West Liberty E W Marcum Clay City D G Combs HOUSE Hazel Green W II Tanlbee Sam Taul HAZEL frREEN Ky MllS LOU DAY Proprietress bee Lee City D II Fallen Daysbor This house has been recently refitted and ough Other preachers who intend to refurnished and the table is atall times sup participate in tho Institute should notify plied with the best in the market Hates W II Cord of this place nt their ear- reasonable Sample room attached and spe Patronage is cial rates to commercial men To the Fenplc Are you tired of puyiiifr old nocountH nnd long priced and do von liest convenience that arrangements may respectfully solicited atlly want to find a place where von can buy goods with no loss of time AT PRICES TlfAT DKFY COMlKTITION and where you will not he charged with the loss that follows a be made to accommodate them credit system If so call on me and I will use every effort in my power to make our J A TAULBEE TJR business association both profitable and pleasant With thanks for your patronage iu the A remarkable flow of oil occurred on past ami hoping to hnve a liberal share of the same iu future I am OKO W KOMNHON Most respectfully Frozen Creek this county last week farm of James Cope a stream of On the Hazel Green Wolfe County black oil burst forth from the earth nuar KENTUCKY the creek and flowed for fifteen minutes It so freely as to raise the creek a foot I It J F LOCKHART cS i La5VMTV F Mk flV Mil J I Cask flllckorr Grove Farm home Nf blackened and oiled the saw logs for a Vr lStWAJTvf Huclne Wis nay sj After trying g of every known remedy 1 removed a large liunch mile below and left its mark on every Â¬ of two years stuudluR from a tf year old Ally 5 thing it touched Half a mile below with three applications of this outbreak a spring has flowed for EEL KY years from which issues petroleum all Solentlfio American the time but tho quantity is small ItlslbebeHtpreparfttlonl have ever used or heard Agency for of 1 heartily recommend It to all Horsemen This oil is inflammable has lubricating We have hundred cf such tettlmonialt qualities and is tho real petroleum Wo would like to see the property developed Prlce9150 per bottle Aalc your druggist for It If ha doi not kMspltendiuia8cauiiworsllverfortrlilfcox Jackson Hustler W H EDDY A CO Whitehall N Y WVBJKLHTBADK MARK i - WOLFE COUNTY- H F PIERATT CO GHNBBAEi LIVE STOCK MIBOHJOTI8I COUNTRY PRODUCE Good People Play Progression Dont that it Â¬ that mWo itF Â¬ Â¬ FEDER SILBERBERG Street Represented CO CfflbiraiEXire Â¬ IllPN IS THE BEST AHVb For fittKt IEADY lfKkmT7rSSS UJE kVVVV VVVVVVV III r A1NT MADE Faint Best is Cheapest It Faint that Â¬ It J ROBINSON Lion Paint and Color Works LEXINGTON Â¬ WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGgTItS Â¬ Â¬ ix fr6frfrfrft0OC PEARSOMCLARK WHOLESALE Â¬ i frfra0oofrfrcoO4 Â¬ NEW HOUSE NEW GOODS NEW PRICES DAY Â¬ Â¬ Dealer in General Merchandise CAMPTON KENTUCKY Â¬ Physician and Surgeon D I SBSBj DENTIST Jay-Kyo-H- QUIMNS OINTMENT j pickles etc and Â¬ hearts OAVIATB Willi this issue wo publish the adver MBnif aAnlso tisement of Fred J Heiutz manufactur DKSION PATBNTS COPYRIGHTS eto ing jeweler of Lexjngton and direct the For Information and frco Handbook write to MUNN A CO Vtl IIHOADWAY NKW YOHK attention of our readers to he Mime Oldest bureau for securing patent In Asiorlca Â¬ Krery patent taken out by us la tirounbt beforo Mr Heiutz is one of tho few manufact the public by a notice glren free of charito In tbe uring jewelers to bo found in Central Kentucky and his work demonstrates that he is ono of tho best in the State Larseat circulation of any aeteaUfle paper In the No world Splendidly Illustrated All kinds of jewelry is manufactured to man should be without it Weekly InteUisenta ttJUO CO months Addrew MUNN order ami any of our readers who have year M six 001 nroadway New Vork IuuMtsiiKKS business of that kind will do well lo give 5J The jiixtly celebrated him a call ylien in tho bluegra metrop5 Perryian Hteel poiih olis In addition to his own work he are Hold at this ollice at 10 cent a dozen also carries a full line of other goods and the bent pencil in town at fie nniere which the advertisement enumerates you ran DONT forget tho fact that thU oflluo bent writing paper at See it and send him an order Â¬ Â¬ ijjm IBHRKiiiiiiiitniBii j mnttth Jttwnw Â¬ The undersigned takes pleasure In announcing that they have jiivl completed ar raneumenls with the American Hook Company that will enable him to sell tie school- books adopted by the Htatu Hoard of hducatlon at Hie followlur reduced rates 15 Mi ltayH Nnw First Arithmetic Mctiulleyri Hiinill rrimer i SMi Kuvisud Primer fccouii Aritiimetie fill 17 Third Arithmetic Eclectic Spellf r Mi ii 17 Key to lAiuie First Header jo High Arithmetie ii Header Second Key tome ii lb Third Header i fir McOufleys 1st Kcleetie Oncrupby Fourth Header 1 10 i 2d Keleellq leogrHphy Fifth Header 1 W 3d Eclectic Geottw hy ii 8i OI A I II v 1ln nlwivo unlinnlbofilc Diibllcfltlons of t ic American Hook ComHiiiv are wpllktwtvH standards and we shall nt all times have it full numily or hand fs Hale tHV- wkiwl oWeers tllH AlNAIricttH iiimlU ril llin nrlii iianmil Ollinr MhlMMIlOflks IIUMlbiNMl uiinllil t errejpowdlHfy low prlej 137 Walnut Street OlnolHuatl Hook Company Ky J T DAY A CQ IIhmI GIEAPE SGI001 BOOKS i i lu - Gri ui i A i f V VH rr Hazel Green Herald nufOMt ooorxR pimmmt Wo jNAT AND CAMEL Strafn Out tho First and Swallow tho Latter MAZILOKUX t i KY To Stent n Dollar U tho Omit To Steal Thouantlt or Dollitrit Is tlin Ciimcl Sermon ly ltuv T IloWltt TaliniiRi Dl ODD WAYS OF GETTING WATER Tim Shift to Whlrh 1ooplo Itenort ohm In IHrtn of tho World Vrl i When Mr David Lindsay returned from his expedition across a part of the Aifstralian desert a wlillo ago ho said tho whole of that almost waterless country was Inhabited by natives who pot their water supply by draining the roots of tho mance tree which yield quantities of pure Water Tills tree absorbing moisture from tho air retains it in considerable quantities in its roots and thus makes it possible to live in an add region which would othcrwiso be uninhabitable There arc people in other parts of the world who get their supply of water in a peculiar way Tho oxplorer Con dreau for instance found a while ago while wandering among tho Tumuc-IIu-ninmountains in the western part ol Guiana that it was not necessary for Jiis men to descend to a creek when they wanted a drink of water A vine kuqwn as tho water vino is found all through that region It yields an abundant supply of excellent drinking Jluid whenever it is called upon This vine grows to a height of sixty to ninety feet- - It is usually about as thick as the upper part of the human arm Unwinds itself loosely around trees clambers upon their summits and then falls down perpendicularly to the ground where it takes root again The nativc4 cut this vine oil at the ground and then at a height of about six or seven feet they cut it again which leaves in their hands a very stout piece of wood a little longer In order to ob than themselves tain its sap they raise the low er end of the vine ipon some support and apply tho upper end to their mouths The section of the vine while showing a smooth apparently compact surface Is pierced with many little veins through which the sap Hows free ly Six feet of tho vine gives about a pint of water which is slightly sweet to the taste Coudrcau says that it quenches thirst as effectively as water from the most refreshing brook The bushmen in the Kalahari desert often dive scores of miles from places wJiejcwntcr comes to tho surface lhiring a certain part of tho year sharp storms pass over the Kalahari covering the apparently arid region with the brightest of verdure and filling for a few short days the water courses with roaring torrents The bushmen know Yhow to Ariel water by digging in the bottoms of these dricd up river beds They dig ajiolo throe or four feet deep and then tlo a sponge to a hollow reed ThtiBqjige absorbs tho moisture at tho bottom of the hole anl tho natives draw it into their mouths through the reed and then empty it into calabashes for fjituro use The animalsthat inhabit such wastes as the Kalahari are of course nccus- tomed to living upon very small and infrequent supplies of water The Ueehuana do not lead their cattle to the drinking places oftcner than onco in two or three days It is said that goats v in the Kalahari frequently pass months without water and according to Mr Mackenzie there are contain antelopes which arc never seen to visit tho drink- Â¬ e Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ watercourses through which water sel- Â¬ dom runs It is in these channels that tithoj Mongols dig- their wolls expecting to And a llttlo water when upon the surface of the plateau itself tho soil has lost all traces of humidity It is owing to tho fact that a part of tho moisture falling during a few rainy days js thus preserved within reach that it is possible for caravans to cross - TngjplnjccSJ In Unit enormous waste known as the -oVif desert north of China showers dome times full during the summer and the torrents of a day fill tho drlcd up - the desert N Y Sun - lleauty anil Health Tthcycan to restore their health rules for othor pcoplo in tlicso matters Tho work which ono may do tho rest he must take his baths his diet his exercise are matters for individual consideration but they must bo earofully thought of and nover neglected As a rule when a person feels well he looks Â¬ vho desire to bo beautiful should do all if they lVavo lost it or to koop it if they havo it still No one can lay down spcciAc llip sccrot of beauty is health Those V - eyes aro dull and tho skin is mottled Thip is not a case for something in a protty perfumery bottle or far a lotion that advcrtlhors praiso so highly To vhavoa fresh complexion and bright eyes even to havo white hands and a graceful Aguro you must bo well Health and tho happiness which comes with it are tho true secrets of beauty Old Homestead Citixcn Doctor what verdict did your jury reach rogarding the death of Mr Waters who was found doad In tho Tho general Impression bath tub seems to be that ho committed suicide Coroner Nothing of the kind sir he died of heart failure suporlnducert by a Ureai surprise You see ho was alone la the house and during tho twenty wMt8 he was in tho bath tub no one raiiy the door bell National Trlbupe thero are times when ono ean guess without looking In tho glass that tho woUt and when ho looks ill he feels ill Iutal SurprUo Dr Talmagc based his sermon Sunday Ye blind on tho text Matt xxlll iM guides who strain at a gnat and swal- Â¬ low a camel A proverb in compact wisdom knowl Â¬ edge in chunks a library in a sentence the electricity of many clouds dis Â¬ charged in one bolt a river put through a mill race When Christ quotes the proverb of the text He means to set forth tho ludicrous behavior of those who make a great bluster about small sins and have no appreciation of great ones In my text a small insect and a large quadruped aro brought into camparison a gnat and a camel You have in a museum or on the desert seen the latter a great awkward sprawling creature with back two stories high and stomach having a collection of reservoirs for desert travel an animal forbidden to the Jews as food and in many litera- Â¬ tures entitled the ship of the desert The gnat spoken of in the text is in the grub form It is born in pool or pond after a few weeks becomes a chrysalis and then after a few days becomes the gnat as we recognize it Hut the in sect spoken of in the text is in its very smallest shape and it yet inhabits the water for my text is a misprint and ought to road strain out a gnut My text shows you tho prince of in- Â¬ consistencies A man after long ob Â¬ servation has formed the suspicion that in a cup of water he is about to drink there is a grub or tho grandparent of a c nat He sroes and nets a sieve or a strainer He takes the water and pours it through the sieve in the broad light lie says I would rather do anything almost than drink this water until this This water is larva be extirpated brought under inquisition Tho experi ment is successful The water rushes through the sieve and leaves against the side of the sieve the grub or gnat Then the man carefully removes tho insect and drinks tho water in placidity Hut going out one day and hungry he de- Â¬ vours a ship of the desert the camel which the Jews were forbidden to eat The gastronomer has no compunctions of conscience He suffers from no indi- Â¬ gestion He puts the lower jaw under the camels forefoot and his upper jaw over tho hump of the camels back and the dromedary disappears forever He strained out a gnat he swallowed a camel While Christs audience were yet smiling at the appositcness and wit of His illustration for smile they did in church unless they were too stupid to Understand tho hyperbole Christ prac ticallv said to them That is you Punctilious about small things reckless about affairs of great magnitude No subject ever writhed under a surgeons knife more bitterly thau did the Phar Â¬ isees under Christs scalpel of truth As an anatomist will take a human body to pieces and put them under a micro scope for examination so Christ finds II is way to the heart of the dead rluir iseo and cuts it out and puts it under inspection for Hie of glass generations to examine Those all Pharisees thought that Christ would Hatter them and compliment them and how they must have writhqd tinder the red hot words as Ho said Ye fools ye white sepulehers ye blind guides which strain out a gnat and swallow a camel There are in our day a great many gnats strained out and a great many camels swallowed and it is the object of this sermon to sketch a few persons who are extensively engaged in that business First I remark that all those minis- Â¬ ters of the Gospel are photographed in the text who are very scrupulous about the conventionalities of religion but put no particular stress upon matters of vast importance Church services ought to be grand and solemn There is no rriom for frivolity in religious convoca- Â¬ tion Hut there are illustrations and there are hyperboles like that of Christ in the text that will irradiate with unties any intellgent auditory There are men like those blind gnldcs of the those only text who advocate things in religious service which draw the corners of tho mouth down things and denounco all those which have a tendency to draw the cor- Â¬ ners of tko mouth un and these men will go to installations and presbyteries and to conferences and to associations their pockets full of fine sieves tostraln out the gnats while in their own churches at home every Sunday there They are Afty people sound asleep make their churches a great dormitory and their somniferous sermons are a cradle and tho drawlcd ont hymns a lullaby while some wakeful soul in a pew with her fan keeps tho Hies oft un- Â¬ Now conscious persons approximate I say it is worse to sleep in church thun to smile in church Uw the latterÂ¬ implies at leust attention while tho former implies the tndifferenco of tho hear Â¬ ers and tho stupidity of tho speaker In old age or from physical infirmity or from long watching with the sick drowsiness will sometimes overpower qnc but when a minister of tho tlospel looks off upon un audience and finds healthy and intelligent people strug Â¬ gling with diowsiness it is time for dm to irivo out tho doxology ornro- The jjreirt Vnounce the benediction Â¬ Â¬ fault of church services to day is not too much vivacity but too much som- Â¬ nolence The one is an irritating gnat that may be easily strained out tho other is a great sprawling and alcepy eyed camel of the dry desert In all our Sabbath schools in all our Hiblc classes tn all our pulpits wo need to brighten up our religious message with such Christiau liko vivacity as we And in tho text I take down from my library tho biographies of ministers and writers of past ages inspired and uninspired who have done the most to bring souls to Jesus Christ and I And that without a single exception they consecrated their wit and their humor to Christ Elijah used It when he advised tho Haalltcs as they could not make their god re- Â¬ spond telling them to call louder as their god might be sound asleep or dob used it when he gone ahunting said to his self conceited comforters Wisdom will die with you Christ not only used it in the text but when He ironically complimented the putri fled Pharisees saying The whole and when by need not a physician one word He described the cunning Go ye and tell of Herod saying fox Matthew Henrys that Commentaries from the Arst page coruscated to the last with humor as summer clouds with heat lightning John Uunyans writings are as full of humor as they are of saying truth and there is not an aged man here who has ever read Pilgrims Prog- Â¬ ress who does not remember that while reading it he smiled as often as he wept Chrysostom George Herbert Robert Smith John Wesley George Whitefleld Jeremy Taylor Rowland Hill Nettle ton George G Finney and all the men of the past who greatly advanced the Kingdom of God consecrated their wit and their humor to the cause of Christ So it has been in all the ages and I say to these young theological students who cluster in these services Sabbath by Sabbath sharpen your wits as keen as scimctars and then take them into this holy war It is a very short bridge between a smile and a tear a sus- Â¬ pension bridge from eye to lip and it is soon crossed over and a smile is some- Â¬ times just as sacred as a tear There is as much religion and I think a litte morein a spring morning than a star- Â¬ Religious work without less midnight any humor or wit in it is a banquet with a side of beef and that raw and no condiments and no dessert suceeding People will not sit down at such a ban- Â¬ quet Ry all means remove all frivolity and all pathos and all lightness and all vulgarity strain them out through the sieve of holy discrimination but on the other hand beware of that monster which overshadows the Christian church to day conventionality coming up from the Great Sahara Desert of ecclesiasti cism having on its back a hump of sanctimonious gloom and vehemently refuse to swallow the camel Oh how particular a great many people are about the infinitesimals while they arc quite reckless about the mag- Â¬ nitudes What did Christ say Did He not excoriate the people in His time who were so careful to wash their hands be Â¬ fore a meal but did not wash their is a bad thing to have unclean hands it is a worse thing to havo an unclean heart How many people there are in our time who are very anxious Ifc great leniency for a mastodon iniquity It is time that wo learn in America that sin is not excusablo in proportion as it declares largo dividends and has outriders tn equipage Many a man is riding to perdition postilion ahead and lackey behind To Btcal a dollar is a gnat to steal many thousands of dollars Is a eamol There is many a fruit dealer who would not consent to steal a basket of peaches from a neigh Â¬ bors stall bdt who would not scruple to depress the fruit market and as long as I can remember we havo heard every summer the peach crop of Mary Â¬ land is a failure and by the time the crop comes tn tho misrepresentation makes a difference of millions of dol- Â¬ A man who would not stenl ono pench basket steals 50000 peach baskets for sins nnimaleulo In proportion but aro full of jealousies and hypercritical Isms They spend their lives tn him ifl Ing for Rocky mountain eagles always jur buiuuhuuu menu lnnicau OI sotoe l thing grand Thoy look at their nofolill bora imperfections through a microscope and look at their own invj atupo upsmo uown xwenty taullsofj their own do not hurt them half so much as ono fault of somebodv eW Their neighbors imperfections aro like gnats anil they strain them out thcirj own imperfections aro like camels and mey swuuow tucm Hut lest any might think they escape j tho scrutiny of the text I have to toll V yout that we all come under the Divtnd satire when wo make tho questions of time more prominent than tho questions of eternity Come now let us all go in to the confessional Aro not all tempt ed to make the question Where shall I live now greater than tho question Where shall I live forever How shall I get more dollars here greater than tho question How shall I lay up treasures in Heaven The question How shall I pay my debts to man greater than tho question How shall I meet my obl- Â¬ igations to God tho question How shall I gain the world greater than tho question What if I lose my soul tho question Why did God let sin come into the world greater than the question How shall I get It extirpated from my nature tho qucs- tion What shall I do with the twenty or forty or seventy years of my sublux nar existence greater than the question What shall I do with the millions of cycles of my post terrestrial oxist istenee Time how small it is how vast it is Tho Eternity former more insignificant in compart- son with the latter than a gnat is insig- nif leant when compared with a camel We dodged the text We said That doesnt mean me and that doesnt mean me and with a ruinous benevolence we are giving the wholo sermon away Hut let us all surrender to the charge What an ado about things here What poor preparation for a great eternity As though a minnow were larger thaa a behemoth as though a swallow took a wider circuit than an albatross as9 though a nettle were taller than a Leba- non cedar as though a gnat were greater than a camel as though a minute woroj longer than a century as though time were higher deeper broader than eter- nity So the text which dashed with lightning of wit as Christ uttered it is followed by the crushing thunders of awful catastrophe to those who mako the questions of time greater than the question of the future the oncoming overshadowing future O ctcrnityl eter i Â¬ yciicunuus biiruiigu a tcicsconaf lars Any summer go down into the Mercan Â¬ tile library in the reading rooms and see tho newspaper reports of the crops from all parts of tho country and their phraseology Is very much the same and the same men wrote them methodically and infamously carrying out the huge lying about the grain crop from year to year and for a score of years After a while there is a corner in the wheat market and men who had a contempt for a petty theft will burglarize the wheat bin of a nation and commit lar- Â¬ ceny upon tho American corn crib And men will sit in churches and in reform- Â¬ atory institutions trying to strain out the small gnats of scoundrelism while in their elevators and in their store- Â¬ houses they aro fattening huge camels which they expect after a while to swal- Â¬ low Society has to be entirely recon- Â¬ structed on this subject We are to And that a sin is inexcusable in proportion as - Â¬ Â¬ hearts that after their death they shall be bur Â¬ ied with their feet towardjthe east and direction so that they shall come up in the resurrection of the just whichever How many there way they are buried are chiefly anxious that a minister of the Gospel shall come in the line of apostolic succession not caring so much whether he comes from Apostle Paul or Apostle Judas They have a way of measuring a gnat until it is larger than a camel Again My subject photographs all those who are abhorrent of small sins while they are reckless in regard to You will And magnificent thefts many a merchantwho while he Is so careful that he would not take a yard of cloth or a spool of cotton from the counter without paying for it and who if a bank cashier should make a mistake and send in a roll of bills five dollars too much would dispatch a messenger in hot haste to return the surplus yet who will go into a stock company in which after a while he gets control of the stock and then waters the stock and make 100000 appear like 00000 He only stole 100000 by the operation Many of the men of fortune made their wealth that way Ono of those men engaged in such unrighteousness that evening the evening of the very day when he watered the stock-- will find a wharf rat stealing an evening newspaper from the basement doorway and will go out and catch tho urchin by the collar and twist the collar so tightly tho poor fellow ean not say it Was thirst for knowledge that led him to the dishon Â¬ est act but grip tho collar tighter and I havo been looking tighter saying long while you stole my pa Â¬ for you a per four or Ave times havent you And then the You miserable wretch old stock gambler with avolco thoy ean hear three blocks will cry out That same man the Police Police evening of the day in which he watered his stock will kneel with his family in prayer and thank God for the prosper Â¬ ity of tho day and thon kiss his chilwith an air which dren good I hope you will grow seoms to say PrisÂ¬ up to be as good as your father ons for sins luseetllo in size but pal-Â¬ aces for evlnies dromedariaiv No neroy Â¬ not at all anxious that during their whole life they should face in the right nttt know in our time the tendency is to charge religious frauds upon good men They saj Oh what a class of frauds you have in the Church of Jod in this day and when an elder of a church or a deacon or a minister of the Gospel or a superintendent of Sabbath school turns out a defaulter what display heads there are in many of the news Â¬ papers Great primer type Five lino Another Saint Absconded pica Religion at Clerical Scoundrelism a Discount Shame on the Churches while there are a thousand scoundrels outside the church to where there is ono inskle the church and the misbehavior of those who never seo the inside of a church is so great it is enough to tempt a man to become a Christian to get out of their compauy Hut in all circles religious and irre- Â¬ ligious the tendency is to excuse sin in Even proportion as it is mammoth John Milton in his Paradise Lost whilo ho condemns Satan gives such a grand description of him you have hard work to suppress your admiration Oh this straining out of small sins like gnats and this gulping down great iniquities like camels The subject does not give the picture of one or two persons but is a gallery in which thousands of persons may see their likenesses For instance all those people who while they would not rob their neighbor of a farthing appropri Â¬ ate the money and treasure of the pub A man has a house to sell and ho lic his customer it is worth S20000 tells Next day the assessor comes around and the owner says it worth 15000 The government of the United States took oft the tax from personal income among other reasons because so few people would tell the truth and many a man with an income of hundreds of dol- Â¬ lars a day made statements which seemed to imply he was about to be handed over to the overseer of the poor Careful to pay their passage from Liver- Â¬ pool to New York yet smuggling in their Saratoga trunk ten silk dresses from Paris and a half dozen watches from Geneva Switzerland telling the custom house olliccr on the wharf There is nothing in that trunk but wearing apparel and putting a five dollar gold piece in his hand to punctu Â¬ ate the statement Described in the text are all those who are particular never to break the law of grammar and who want all their language an elegant specimen of syntax straining out all the inaccura Â¬ cies of speech with a line sieve of liter Â¬ ary criticism while through their con Â¬ versation to slander and innuendo and profanity and falsehood larger than a whole caravan of camels when they might better fracture every law of tho language and shock their intellectual taste and better let overy verb seek in vain for its nominative and every noun for its government and every preposi- Â¬ tion lose its way in the sentence and adjectives and participles and pronouns get into a grand riot worthy of tho Fourth ward election day than commit Hotter swallow a moral inaccuracy gnats than a camel 1000 Such persons are also described in the text who are very much alarmed about the small faults of others and have no alarm about theli own great transgres- Â¬ sions There are in every community and in every church watch dogs who feel called upon to keep their eyes on others and growl They aro full of suspicions They wonder If that man is not dishonest if that man Is not un Â¬ clean if there is not something wrong about tho other man They are always tho Arst to hear of anything wrong Vultures are always the Arst to smell carrion They are self appointed de- Â¬ tectives I lay thio down as a rulo without any exception that those people who havo tho most faults themselves are most merciless in their wntcNng others From 8vi jf head to soU irf foot f key 1 m it is great nity eternity What Is womdiscussing the question ans greatest charm Tell us out here it is that she is woman In tho geography of human nature she is thewestern hemisphere the new world Tho electric attraction between man and woman lies in this that each completes the othor To herj his greatest charm is that he is a man to him her greatest charm is that she is a woman Â¬ Woinunn ftrouteftt Charm An eastern contemporary has been A croatucp not too bright or good For human naturns daily food For trniiBiont horrows sirnplo wilos Praiso blamo lovo kisaoa tears and smllos And yot a spirit still and bright With something or au angel light French call espiegloric but these are the accessories of sex what the frame is to a picture Tho world over tho most womanly woman is the most fasci- nntinrr From the masculine standpoint then tis not beauty nor accomplishment nor chic nor even goouncss mm womans greatest calm but just wornanlincss St Louis Republic Itollgloua CougrtHiica During the World Fnlr The plan for the religious congresses to be held in Chicago at the time of tho international exposition has boon prac tienllvinimnlotod cxecnt in details say the Christian Union Dr J H Har rows the chairman of the genoral cow mil tee has worked with praiseworthy nssiilnltv in brinilntr tho scheme Into practical form and it is already cv To this chief source of inllucnco over man woman adds innumerable other and only less powerful witcheries of voice look gesture form and what the I dent that tho elaborate program A will bo carried out with success ol to dates tho general parliament relic ions will extend from August 3 Tho church congres to September ses generally known as tho donoinuw timtfil nnnnHiiEcns will rnntinUQ ffOB v vj Hnntnmhnr S tn Sentcmbcr 10 concress of missions will reach fro I September 12 to tho 17th Tho Evuv golical Alliance will extend from Sep tember 10 to tho Mth Tho Sunday Rest congress will continue from Sep tember M to tho 28th Appropriate sorvtco for tho Sundays during thtt period will bo hold in tho different churches of Chtcngo St Louis Repub Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lic Â¬ ot well a great sack Rut suroly where tW Is plontv charity Is a duty not l courtesy lis u mu -- noJ upon us and ho la not a Heaven U l6ir - subject wno ruiusea w ham Tho men who got rich are notthp who earn a great dal of money those who savo a groat part of wH said JM A penny saved thoy earn Fraukliu Is a penny earned w It is proper that alms should as t cocftj imi nni Ko vr m y HOME HINTS AND HELPS Wide Awaka for April jmt Jthein In ibiiLBiiin rHHiar nnnMiiikM To loll good cffg 1U WU targo ands turn up tlioj Pictures n Its storks Jn Its poemIB llV vttiltrx H ti3 This Istth Infallible rule jffe8plrit PaowlnkteT This AiriT nrc jiot Y toditlhgril a good ogfcfroin a bM tnirdbdr- Is mitt ri BnArlui n jciacmr vvvtlwuJO orance at tho Easter season as tho con- Â¬ one I i Lemon Pudding Onp cUp of sugar ventional card or booklet Mcyncllo Enster Day Burgess cnc lmlf a cup of butter ono lotnon frontispiece onc linlf u dozen butter crnclccrs dis Â¬ full pngo Easter Lily Garretts attiÂ¬ solved in oncdinlf pint ot milk Beat ring crusading picture aro fitting ac- Â¬ Poulssons the butter mid sugar to a cream add companiments to Miss the yolks of the eggs the craclcers nnd charming verses Tho Flowers Easter milk Hake Hont the whites of tho Mcssago to Miss Harstows delightful Story of an Easter Hat eggs to u froth sweoten cover tho top and to El pudding with thin and set back bridge 3 Brooks1 spirited Easter Day of tho ballud of crusadkg days Prince Al in tho oven to brown delicately merlcs Amulet Mrs Lewis descripÂ¬ Freo Press tion of tho Enster Trecantl the days Lobster Croquettes A lobster well cooked and chopped season with salt festivities In Germany Miss Amanda H Harris delightful story of How and mncc Measure tho meat and mix Easter came to the littlo Nuremberg with qnc fourlli tho quantity of bread crumbs very line melt two table Â¬ Maids and another sketch in the Fair Tho Holy Coat of spoons of butter and mix into lobster Harvard Scries Treves by Kenneth McKenzle am and crumbs make it into egg shaped Miss ballssmall ones pulverize some timely time Cocke contributes a capi-Â¬ tal war story of Southern life crackers beat an egg dip balls in egg The Komuncc of a Calico Gown Tu Â¬ Â¬ then in cracker crumbs and fry in but- dor leaks a characteristic wonder ter Hcrve at once dry Homo story Christophers At Home and Koastcd Oyster Crackers Put two Lieut Col Thorndike a stirring ac- Â¬ tablespoonfnls of butter in a bowl with count of a flight Out of Paris by Hal half a pint of boiling water When tho i i iwiu it u wouirop u Jtoston rubs butter is molted put in a pint nnd a 20 ceuts a number S240 a year half of oyster crackers stirring them well thnt all may get a slight coating rurlHoiitloii or Water by Metallic Iron Metallic iron in tho form of cither of the butter and water Spread tho crackers in a shallow pan nnd put in a cast iron borings or steel punchings is hot oven for ten or twelve minutes placed in a cylinder so arranged that They should be brown nnd glossy ut by a blow rotation the iron may be con- Â¬ the end of that time Serve in a deep tinuously showered through the water dish with tho oyster soup Cood which is being passed at a moderate Housekeeping speed through tho same cylinder The Ulauo Mange Soak half a chemical action consists in great part Italian package of gelatine for fifteen minutes in the conversion of tho iron intb fer in enough cold water to cover put a rous carbonate through the agency of quart of milk in the farina boiler and the carbonic acid which partly dis- Â¬ when it comes to boiling point stir in solves in the water and partly remains the gelatine a tenspoonful of vanilla suspended in the form of dark green and tho yolks of four eggs which have turbidity On exposure to air the iron been beaten light with hnlf a cup of is converted into ferric hydroxide sugar and cook for half a minute stir Â¬ settling rapidly carries down with it ring all the time then remove from the and oxidis es the organic matter The range and allow it to cool until it just flocculcnt sediment permits of rapid begins to thicken then add the stiffened and perfect filtration through a simple whites of the eggs bent well and pour sand filter For evidence of its success into a buttered mold holding three nnd efficiency it is only necessary to pints May be served with whipped point to the continued successful use of the process at Antwerp Dordrecht cream or soft custard N Y World Paris Nancy and other places ScienFrench Almond Bread Into a mixing bowl put the yelks of six eggs tific American two whole eggs one half pound white Aro You Interested sugar and three ounces ground al- Â¬ in the progress of the Worlds Fair If so monds Whisk into a stiff batter for nnd you desire to form an idea of tho work beinyr per formed and tho grandeur and fifteen minutes add a drop of essence magnificence of its conception when com of lemon and one half pound flour pleted send a two cent stamp to Mr F II s Spread the mixture about Lord General Passenger and Ticket Agent of an inch thick into a buttered or the Chicago St Paul ct Kansas City 111 and papered baking tin and bake to a Railway Chicago will and a valuable and bo sent to you by handsome souvenir light brown in a moderate oven When return mail giving you n full view of cooked let it get cold spread the top the huildimrs under construction the di Â¬ of each with appe jelly then with icing and mensionsbesides and totnl cost and area same other useful information strew some chopped candied fruits over of the top Cut into squares diamonds Yoti will never offend anyone by ridicul Â¬ rounds rings or any shaped preferred ing the average man for the reason that everyone who nnd serve in a glass or dish House- Â¬ the average hears you thinks ho in above keeper liro Flret Tlmt Drcuilnil Cry Pushes Tluit Ar the Mode Is fraught with import doubly dire to tho The new sashes which are to be fash Â¬ unliai man win beholds his dwelling or ionable next season are very wide very his warehouse feeding the devouring ele eltgant and not so very expensive eon ment uninsured llitppf l most people who insuro everything but health Nine hidcring their quality and device Five can lis of us neglect the preservation of this tent yards arc often used where the wearer when ills In palpable jeopardy Incipient is tall and elects for the Louis Quinze Indigestion liver complaint la grippe in Â¬ kidneys and bladder and sash the ends of which reach quite to action of the counteracted byMJotctterH innliiia are all the foot of the dress skirt Some of the Stomach Bitters new Russian blouses for young girls A waikino iiat is most convenient It is are made of tho gay Persian with a trimming of the same at not necessary to run after it when tho wind tips it oil Picayune the hem of the dress skirt or showing as a simulated petticoat between the Tho Slfm tou Indian Itooei vatlon slashings of the 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Poirnna rVii na etc effectual roller nis found in i tho use or i rt -ij i til owns jjiuncnwi jruciiex i i neu no cis --- Sold onhj in boxes sns a word SiiKvcr Is golden Tho gas meter never Diugliumton Leader Â¬ sash-ribbo- German Syrup 99 Â¬ Peddlers and tome unscrupulous grocers will tell you this or thc sanc as Icarline ITS FALSE Bi Pearline is never peddled if your grocer sends you aa VV C4UX 310 JAMES PYLB New York imitation be honest send it back V rPKTl tPs afx I XvN out it She has less to do she gets more done and its all done better Her clothes last longer theyre not rubbed to pieces Her housework is easy her time is her own She believes in Pearline and tells her friends about it thats the ii J Y V oeneve vv Willi- - M VVV1 aa VA1V4 J most enective Kind ot advertising is as o01 as -- ELY8 CttCAW BALM PaaaaROM Allays ialn aiul IntlammaUen IIoaIaVrnS nStS tlioHorin Itcatoroa Tasto and Smell and OorcalgJaTARgvAl CleariSCB to Niuall FROMi v 1 Â¬ Â¬ with bright pompadour figures Mattered in artistic groups down these Mnpcs The floral patterns in some of these beautiful novelties nreexquisite ly colored and Shot silk blended wishes are shown in which violet eliunges into gold white into silvery blue gray into Homan red olive into rose and gold black into gold and ecru into gold and palest water green N Kitin Y Post A Railway Chicago HI Tim KiimhIiiii lining covered with the dress material no above the knees and bordered at iii the foot with a ruche Overlapping tills Lovr without money has boon cynically from the belt down is a shorter skirt of Will purify IITOOD rrjrulato compared Ma pair or shiny loather boots KIDNFVS roniow IIVKIC the material shaped precisely like the without solos Texas Sittings uiJoriMT mum sirriiKui tniow lining and bordered with a ruche like apiiulltu restore health nnd Whacks figures Tho rural pedagogue that of tho foot This upper skirt rep lmllfccitlon tlittlrefiicl- nuraitAuitiiriycraiiuaiGu itjents tho lower part of tho long ltus Simple A foe to a quack Frr iiiiid itnxnioiiQU nrani ii saii blouse and is wprn with a round iwor liiRreaaud - lioiiei ncrvet tinii Nonk but tho bravo deserve tho fair and waist with edges extending over the top none but the brave ean live with Bomo of cloi rccclvo nor force f the skirt LADIES miTfrlntr from rotnnlalnts no nnd concealing tho join U them Hazlutou Sentinel cutiar tutliQlrDCXiulnirltrind a 1310 npfiinjr curl extremely pretty when made of black ikuiiirus lTlKthopiovinco or awfsoinan to boar roiu bloom oil clipcki bcauiinri Comploxlon lia silk with a ruche of box plaited poverty with equanimity SolJ cvorrwharo All genuine pooil bear Brussels net or of yelvetribbou border o trwicnu bend usJcQulitauip throntonlng to paiuplttot You dont hear nuyono ff the skirts- - -- Harpers Haar OR DARTER MEDICINE CO St Louts Mo knock tho spots off the sun Pittsburgh Chronicle Tor Whiter Kvoiiluea -The mother or tho daughter of the A man on tho footpath of the Hrooklyn TRACTION AND PORTABLE lainily is naturally oxpected to provide bridge can beat t ho ferryboat It Is a walk B m over for him Picayune Itertainmont for the long winter venings and It often requires nn un Wi sttpposo it is not Inapprnpriato to ro Mwpected amount of generalship and fer to a banquotin which wo aro uboitt to Jbnghnuitoii Threshers and Horse Powers forethought to prepare amusement that participate as gorgcout Leader Write for Illustrated Catolrwue mailed Free p Interesting and sufficiently prof Hit RUM ELY CO LaPORTE IND- If you would know tho valuo of money M fl AVK THIS rArm tmr An excellent and easily executed go and try to borrow somo for ho that coos plan provides for the reudlng f liW and sub u borrowing goes a sorrowing lranklln sequent discussion of ono or more arti Somehow it coinos natural to tio hum cles or stories in a favorite periodical speaking blest man to say thov when he talks of serial Bomotimes furnishes a very wicked people und wo when of TOM SCALES OF nOod starting point for argument spec tho faithful and good Atchison Uloho BINOHAMTON lotion and invention for a family and bored N Y BamBoxlareBMm a Wn often boast that wo are never do single article has been known to sup not that but yet we aro so conceited otlwrawo ltocu nter lllx for study for a fortnight percelvo how oltcu we bora gives the oilrut of n long Kiisshmblnusc nnd is what was formerly called a ilouble skirt It is simply a bell skirt new device Shirt of the dressmakors Humanity appear to bo voiy uncqunllv between those who rant stand prosperity and thoie who con I jet auy to btami Biuyhitutcn Lead fir Tun man who registers at a hotel at night can bo said to bo on tho retired list Texai Sittings Tin bald man is generally admitted to bo very olear headed ii Wnnv does a man shave with a 6ilvor razor -- When he cuts oil bis heirs with u shtlling Oneou Week divided William McKeekan Druggist at Blootningdale Mich I have had the Asthma badly ever since I came out of the army and though I have been in the drug business lor fifteen years and have tried nearly everything on the market nothing has given me the slightest relief until a fK few months ago when I used 13o schees German Syrup I am now glad to acknowledge the great good it has done me I am greatly reliev- Â¬ ed during the day and at night go to sleep without the least trouble Apptiuinto the 60C nurstsU or by xnaU vca leaner at onco in lor KottriUlt it Oitcklv Abtorbed YI LY UUCa 60 Warron UL X iienu com ATTENTION WORKINGMEN rts Vrfl wvniM i ut BRnKU yotut condition if so ciatiikr lsj v M AMT I t0 a YOUU FAMILY AND OUTFIT AND COME TO wk HPERIDR WIS ONLY TRUE r THE Ciosi qiiurtcrs Tho tniBcrs A Luton Snowdrop An avalanche It is an aggravation for a hungry tramp to find only a fork in the road Texas Sift TONIC IRON Wlicro you can find nbumlanco of work at pood ratcH the lient cllmato in tho United States for tlio worltcr No ITIulurla pood boIiooIn kooU cliurcbfa uml better tluin nil tlio clmaco of got tint n A iOOI HOUNK AND LOT In tbo licurt of tho city on mich KASY TKKMS as you ctin KKADIIY MKKT ttud which will in a fw yrarH bo vctry vnluublu THE LAND AND RIVER IMPROVEMENT GO tho proprietor of tlio TownHltr wlirHell you xuon u hoiisotind Ioiuh you nmy need und permit you to pay for It In from 120 to 150 monthly install nicutH and each Installment no larger than a routnl of mich u property would bo Tho oftlclul report ot tho City Statistician hIiowh tipwarilH of ilHUO hands emplovetl In tliovurlous lndiistrlul und shipping eoiiecniH and a largo number of additional concerns will bo located this Huuson- uiuny of them employlnf u largo number of lemule liuuds Ii 9 WDOibUri PflWBFS You Will FIND this the BEST TOWN In America to GROW UP WITH trtiUt THIS PAMO twjttBI wmSU J I CASE THRESHING MACHINE GO MANUPACTUItKHS OF DINOEE Tread Powers and Ironsides Agitator Thrnnhnrn I Saw Frames vtBCWHMHilBB --XByiiV Swinging Straw Stackers Self Feeders and Band Cutters fora--pag- III UOllGlOi Â¬ RUMELY tat TRACTION PORTABLE AND SKID ENGINES CAJJALOGUK SENT ITHlSin TO brlf bt eneri tie man or woman wanteiTta take th islo MBcncr for an article that la nuealpd In overr kome RHd IndlaprH- A W mimL- - PorUbl Saw MILLS A3STY JVJDDICSW NGINES 5000 it MfnagMljr K v JL H Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HKIL1J AT HIiMTlii town ur country in tlar and a atvady lucuinn nfterwarJ A ttonaiua YMM mm ftaa l Uo right ixtron Jood w naa mm u m 08B tmiTn hw Ohio XV JON7r4 tlnnRRor HtirlHBHald A 7o Cenaaeauilvea anil pdoula who hare weak laout or Aitu ttia ahoulilut IlaoaCurafor t ontaitiptlnu It u eitred fauBuud Itbaa notlnlur 111 not bail to takt hU one LUKiatlllMVld it in i iic fvaoviiHH mjmp sold uTrrRfraix 60 CANQER CCUCinUC rXxiii no knife AND TUMORfl i CT7RKD Y r OBiTiaKY A NOHRM IM Kim Bt ClBctanalLO im vriu Hook rCHOIUnd lillalrfillabWl UiraafurlH rrrjrturprleiif Iwfre Hto I ANJC WHN m R I Ledger lull Milium j UaM aa4taat I WH1T1MU TV AUVXkTlflMM - 1389 I lhfXXXSX aaw tba AdfwaUaaaaa i V to tkU 4 f - W - - i trA1 Vij 1 f I - Th IWtlmftf wjIfWrklHff dot nni tier Mhb Who U Marks er eapy Ureo hhi drou Do as I do ITnd delU drUy Dot der City Kdltor Who U dot dot eursei der vires Llkw ronI Htw Imthfcter der r dt DVr IWjwrttr Dots der Telegraf Kdltor Who is dot dot knows Id hII Has efry one at his book und cull Und doWt feel der leaat hit hmall Dots dor Managlhg Kdltor Who is dot dot sots dor type IIhh Und ha no tw nr Hy Ham f Und ahinoke a nasty nhtliikiu pipe Dots dor Printer a none dots Hilly rlo Who is dot dot innkon men shvenr Und vould do id Ifdey hut dare Climb his frame und pull hU hair Dots der Proofreader Who is dot dot cashes shtringH Pays dor hill und odor ding Und makes dor hoys nil fool like kings Dots dor Cashier Journalist In speaking of these onsen tho Liihchb The nmuHbllltiea aro tor Sun aayat that the court will endeavor to illapow TO 21 of tho French Evoraolo chhch at this BERMUDA 5874 case are gone Into YvarllnKvxhlhHIun 2Hlii tvvo ycarc Id rcc- - Fimt dam Hullv Ilalulet winner nf tujivnnr term and if theao old llamhit makes In 18741 by lliimlut xlro they will likely conaumo tho entire term ord 220f t three year old record 224K which of Lritta F a18K A V Pautliud 2Mi third heat fmiryunr old record 222 It is to bo hoped that those canontime of live year old record 220K fourth heat Truro paovr 222 W IjuIv M 223 Leon- have taken up bo much of tho tine 21K Ilrookaldu Flora 220 and the six voar old trial 217 Illack hone lYU three years will our court for tho pnat dauiH of ThornlesM 218fcyelone 223Ji hand hitth foalel Juno 15 1883 Hrod at bo disposed of at this term finally Oranhy 22fljf Oraeeftil 22li and Ham- Atdilulid lark HIUKDHY HANKKR4MI leua -- vi4 Meander tiltlt Own brother to lymimlor sire of Lysnnder Beeond dam Sal dam of Conter22tlK Cap tain Clay Driftwood and Kraudam of if mi T V Ilakor Jr Vice Ireat Nn Uov2i2U Watt224i William Kvarnoy Marlowe pneer 2lfi by Canada Chief 220 and Lvsaudur Chief KUJ tlonal Hreodera Association and owner of Hire ol daniM of tloveruor 230 and Joe Quinna First Dam Tattle Iatrhun trial 238raiHlam Meander by llolmont writea Hooker sire Maud Maeev 217 of Olicsuut WilkH 220 by Mamhriuo MMImI a Ointment I have used with great success V1A- dam sire IIMl dam that produced u Patehcn Astral of2 tho Uosn ofOuv Wilkuw iiiiii mini 22AW by of Yorkshire for nearly twenty years and conniuor 18 Wilkes 2J8f Hlauche Imp 2lflWi sire of The very best in the has no equal thu dam of Ashland Chief sire of Hlaek Cleora 218W llourl 217 Klvlra 218 lor and twcutyniuo others it thu 231 lint Cloud 217 country iudorso this preparation Second dnui Miiudy by Htauhopes Dlnod Fourth tin in by Woodiieoker thorotiuhhred sale by Hobo Jones sire of Irluep 227 Mi ten miles in 2808 j1 Hawk sire of the dam of Almout 217 j i lie ice oi i ayetle Wilkes is within the and A ley Wilkes 22Utf DUroKordliiK ttm Constitution Yurmnnt of all than that of Claims of Montgomery Thinl dam Tatticofhv DiiwuiiiKn Mamhriuo reaoh of eijualand lower Kentucky of anv Tho Court horsu frulnm 221 merit in nlre of the dam Season liko that of Hoveral other counties dissire of Kit Currv 218 UHor200TO 1NSUHK llruee 210 regarded the constitutional limit and Oills Vormont sire of Hell WIUou 22 The Ixindcd fixed tho poll tax at Homier Hov 223 and sire of the damn of Col Hradnhaw 220X Nelly Ahel 221 debt of Montgomery county Is 1711000 WEST CLOUD 5195 J 223K lambettu 220 Thu King 22l which 10000 is for u court house of Out of the dam of Hlack Cloud 217 r his IVarl 230 Outlaw 22U debt ami 1G1000 for a railroad debt Fourth ditm lesnie hv Thomas luflersou sire out ot the dam of Wilson jiov 0000 in tho treasury Hut it bus also Hav horse foaled March 31 1881 Hred at He Is a beautiful Idauk with rijlit hind rHchKvrle Chsha ASHLAND PARK STALLIONS 9SSSSSisSm F0R1892 5414 s Ashland Park HAPPY MImtM iftft Sire of Nancy Hunks 200 Mario Cohh2isi hddle C paeer 2 20 Norman Mcdhiii 220 Candlle 2 2tMs Mum Medium 2201 Hrlnadler 2f2tW Harry Medium 221 V KiHili 2221 Klrst love 222 M Krum SI11KI 11Y Hay Stallion foaled May HAPPY WEST I 1880 bred Â¬ unumvers -- ivc First dam Mamie Went dam or Cuimnln three year old record 2loj Adeline 231 1 N 1 Â¬ Every family should be provided with Homo rolinblo remedy for bowel com- id a n is Tho want of Hiieh an article la tho cniiHo of much auflbring especially luriuu tho summer months In almost every neighborhood some ono has died with crampa or cholera morbus before modicino could be procured or a physician Hummoned A fair trial will aattafy Â¬ A liiimuitciMl ltaiuvily for all forms of headache and neuralgia relieves the pain in from lf to M minutes For sale on positive guarantee nt The Ukrau ollice or sent postpaid by mail on receipt of price 00 cents a box It Look is Megrlmine tho only permanent cure Â¬ Ilko oll vou that CliambcrlaiuH Colic Chnlorn and Dlarrluua Helnedy is unequalled for those diseases It is also a certain cure When re-Â¬ for dysentery and Uinrrhum duced with water und sweetened it Is pleasant to take Children like it For Jones salo by Koso considerable excitement re- Â¬ Thoro ported from Pigeon Knout a village in Trlirg county over tho discovery near thoro of a lodge of rock that is impreg nated to a very remarkable degree with il IIIUllll resemuiiug ami ncnuvru i gold Specimens of tho rock nave oeen bent to the State teologN t for analysis Â¬ Â¬ It II Iiidtotiuentn fur All Cos and buy Go to II F Pieratt Tho Hourbon county grand jury last tho wire nail at nc per ll If not satis week indicted Charles C Moore of tho factory when tried money refunded Illuograsa Wade on two counts for pub Â¬ A Co II F IM Kit 1 I If att t lishing slanderous articles about tho Mar- Â¬ Paris Christian church and W S At Davton Ohio Mr May Hall forshall of Lexington for printing tho merly of Howling Oreen this State quarMario with tho articles in it CruilUpuk reled with husband and attempted sui Uomington were indicted for publish cide by the strychnine route FAYETTE WILKES 2036 ing a communication in tho Kentuckian Inhibition trial Oct 0 1880 223 Citizen which said that Mooro had been landing medical authorities indorse greatest spced produeiuir ri jirescntativcs in asylum William T Ficklen for Ayers Sarsapnrilla as the best blood Hay horse l haiuls 3 inches hith fouled in tho Slay 1878 The handsomest son of his the country nt a nominal price as he will he furnishing Mooro with pointers about medicine reat sire and the handsomest of any trotlimited to 30 mures PartleH wishing to breed thoChurch members and William Kern ting bred in the United States to him should apply early No other sou of Citizou for conven- Â¬ ingthn of tho Keiituckian Tho Peoples party has called a SIUKD HY JKOUCK W1LKKS 222 the great Happy Medium out of as good a 5uv Wilkes piiiliiijj Ficklens whiskers for furnishing tion in Mississippi to nominate a State Sire of Harry Wilkes 213V diim stands at such a low figure but I Mike Wilkes pacer 2lVf Wilson determined to let the public test his merits the pointers 2lxM ticket as a sire believing in the near future he will 2lll4 So so 217 M Wilcox paeer 2 If 4 Joe KiiNii Wilkes 218V Wilton 210 he among the best in the country Success follows tho use of Halls Hair Thcro is ono remedy which every fam- Â¬ ily should keep on hand John Carpen- Â¬ Heuewer for grnyness and baldness I bree d sound Mares bred by the seuson not proving in foal have the usual privileges of return higbly tinislicd trotters and ter of Woodland Indiana says of it out of producing dams bv a ureal r number of have for sale biuh bred colts and omineut sires than any arm in the la ml ofUco has been established at For sale at prices based on actual individual merit 1 wisl to tarm or A post I tried Chamberlains Colic Choluru oreed on the shines twenty approved mares J or nirtlier itilor and Diarrheal ltemedy for diarrhum and Jay liuascll county matioii see the Catalogue which can be hut Ashland Park Farm Lexington Ky Mares kept nt regular rates ttu application severo cramps and pains in thu stomach in and bovvols with tuo best results tho worst cases I nover had to give moro Do Business With a Home Institution than tho third dose to effect a cure In most cases ono doso will do llesides its scrofulous humor other good qualities it is pleasant to Tl I CLAY CITY L5 and 50 cent bottles for sale take In the blood Jones by ltoso Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ankle white Ntands lH hand liluli and is a perfect horse all over liuvin both bono and HuliHtuuee eombiued with the form and HuImIi ehnraeteristie of the cross he mo well repre sents vir I lumhletouiau sire and Mamhriuo Hatuhen dam This cross stands as the very hcst heeause public performances havu de monstrated its value Of its many repre sentatives not one is thu superior oi Hermit dn tor not one has demonstrated the same ability to train on from year to year heuln uiiii with the vcnrlhitf form Noun are better bred or better looking As a siro his nucccns Is assured as out of ciulit his tlrst crop two entered the list Inst year as two vear olds namely Hermuda Hoy 220 half mile track and Hoseuniry 22X Hermuda Hoy heiu one of the largest win ninj two vearolds of 1801 hi tlrst oolts be iiiK foaled in 1880 Indeed at this ate no stallion ever sired more uniform natural He waited eolts with speed unprecedented will stand for mares season of 1802 at 200 TO INSlUK the money to be paid as fol100 at the time of service ami the lows other UH when the maru proves in foal belli limited to thirty outside mares Par ties wishing to breed to him had better book their mares early Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ashland lark SIUKD HY AHDAILAH WKST283 Slru or Wilklu 227 First dam the dam of Hlaek Cloud 2174 by Pilot Walker pacer Second dam the I luku Pacing Mare Notk Abdullah West 2o83 bv Allle West first dam Miss Coons daiind Wllsn 2ttlV oy Clark Cliiet seeoml dam Ohio bv American Clay thinl dam hiouuht from Ohio and represented to be bv Hrowns llellloMniler Abdallnh West died at six years old He was the most pioinisinjM colt ever bred 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ West Cloud is a rich mahoKuuv hav lo bauds 2 Inches with black iiiauoaudtail and black lejjs extendinir above knees nnd hocks He is a powerfully built horse for his height and has the most tluMicd set of feet nnd lcjjs it is possible to uet on a horse of any breed As a two year old he ptvc evidence of hcini possessed of remarkable speed as with little bundling he trotted a half mile in 118 - and miles in his work in 2 ID At three years old he was not trained ouimj to a very severe attack of pink eye He nUodtd no work 011 th truck as a four vcar old Asa llve vearobl he was joined and trained lightly more for the pur pose of ascertaining if he was entirely re covered than with a view ot testing his speed In a few months he trotted a full mile in 238 and half in 11 The season 1800 he served a few mares of my own and was not put to work until September and bis impiovement was most remarkable He repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and I am Inlly convinced he will with a setisonS training trot in 2 20 I will let him serve twenty mares season of 1802 outside of ten of my own at o0 INSlUtANCK Money due when marc proves to be in foal Â¬ Iorrcst 8il slru of Ham- - Htaniiope 2HI son of Kdwln Forrest 10 sire of illy llo kins ijif i l Champagne 230 and the dams ol So Su 217 l l dam of All S 220Ji Mauibrluo Dudley 2liH London 220 J4 Ae Thinl dam Mrs Stanhope bv Mumhrhu Chief sire of Lady Thorn 2UU Wood lord Minnbrlno 221 und four others His sous sired London 220 ti Pauconst sire of Pution 214 221 and 70 oth ers His daughters produced Piedmont 4 217 Director 217 sire or Direct pacing 200 Margaret S 212 218 Ac and 21 others In the 30 list Fourth ibim by Hunts Commodore sire ol dams of Commodore Hclmont slreofar ric Helle 223 Doncaster 228 l l ficm niuiu 2 28 j Ac and Mambrunellosireor Sadie Howe 220 Tom Hrittou 22 Ac Fifth dam by Copperbottom irrumlstrc of dam of Uosnliud 221 and Donald 227 Notk I hippy West is a rich mahogany h cites hiih and a horse of buy 10 hands elegant style uith as good iictiou as in sou Happy Medium ever sired as nttM vears old he could trot in 210 and would have trotted in 280 at three years old hud It not been for an accident on the ears bv which one of his hind legs uus injured causing him to have to he thrown out of training In this horse I have the utmost confidence as a great sire being by Happy Medium one ot the most noted of the sous of lliimhlftouiiiu and out of a daughter of the ureal Allle West the second dam is the dam of Miss Mabel ami Hapidau who is her lir t colt produced Lockhart with a record It is my iutciition tostnnd Happy of214v West the season ot 1802 at 0 lVsrilANtK thus allordiug an opportunity to farmers ami breeders to scenic the services of one of tin 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 i i j riici it in i t inuiK oiimp Jill 1 r Charley West 227 ltaehcl It 228 W Ac also sire dams of Mollle WilkcM 222 U Allle Wilkes 222 M ltip en 220 1 lj West Wilkes 228 11 Jkv Second dam Madam Headlcy dam of Ml Mabel winner twoyear old Keutuckr Hreeders Stake 1881 und lbmltlun ol loekhart 2Vi bv Stanlionuii Ktluh Allle West i i i est Hltnk 237 three vears old 7 1 i -- loslre i of Jewelt liU iii i i i i i Ac hv Clm i 11111 B J TREACY FOR SCROFULA consumption ulcers catarrh and if 1 ft Unique Chliunoy Iiono A woman who is building a homo on a hluir of tho Mississippi river will have tho big chimney pleeo in tho hall con- Â¬ structed of stones from ovory state in tho union Each has been contributed by a friend and as in asking tho size has been designated about that of a medium cobblestone symmetry is preserved She already has ono from Alaska and also soveral washed by tho waters of the gulf of Moxico Tho houso itsolf is built of but my cobbleatono mantel stone will bo tho prido of writea tho woman tho place A National banK CLAY CITY KY uo Ayers Sarsaparilla The most economical safe speedy and effective of all blood purifiers cure Capital FLOYD DAY 50000 FIIANK H H DHv H H gF m fl fllSIE v B 8 m w UCSSKLL President Cashier 1 you will Somo of tho Grand Army boys may ho H interested in the following from Alox Fopo A D 0 Commander Dept Teun HGSTAFF Wo hnvo had an QUI2AK and in He nays epidomio of whooping cough horo Stew- Â¬ ATTORNEYS AT LAW art Tonn and Chamberlains Cough medicine that MT STKHLINO KY Remedy has been tho only There is no danger has dono any good Practice In thu courts of Montgomery and from whooping cough when this modi adjoining counties and in the Court ol Ap cino is froely given It completely con- Â¬ peals and Federal Courts trols tho diseaso 00 cent bottles for salo by Koso Jones A H STAMPER Â¬ Has Cured Others No Hank in Kustern Kentucky hns better t u vaults nor better facilities for keeping your account Managed entirely bv home people who know you mid who arc always ready to This combined young stallion will make l accommodate you at our stables in Haej the season of 1S fcrMoncv to loan on reasonable rates 1 recti Kv anil will serve mares at TKN lteeordIO Call 011 us iiiiiki- im This continued stninnu DOLLAUS TO INSIMIK A LIYINtl COLT Llmoiiev due when the mare foals with a lien season f 1MI2 at 10 TO INSl UK A mam money is paid or if the lNi COLT nionev due when the 011 colt until the mare is parted with or bred to another foals is purled with or bred to another horse with a lien on the colt until the sea horse the nioucv Is then due sun money is paid lUISPItllTloS AND IKOKIUKK WUOIKSMK DKAIKIIH IN This stallion will be at the stables of J It SOLD DlST is 7 veursold the8th day of one mile from Kel the tlrwt nntl Cecil a beautiful chest Id hundshigh Mav lSl L nut with star and white hind feet beautiful third weeks of each month ami at GOLD DUST J OI0RRESTBT0NEWALL 1 1 11 - 1 LOUIS STIX CO Â¬ Dry Goods NOTIONS C Â¬ tho Noclt ATTORNEY AT A shooting affray occurred on Wednes CAMITON KY day of last week at Empire a mining town in Christian county uotweon con OlTers his professional services to the citi Morton and Jake Speod which resulted zens of Wolfe and adjoining counties Will in Speed boingshot in tho neck by Morton make collections and remittances promptly receiving a dangerous and it is thought fatal wound The cause of tho quarrel rHStflRKoDiicj was an old family fend Morton waa In inil at Hopkins arrested and placed villo but at 1U examining trial ho gavo bond for hia appcarauco at tho OircuU Court ChninberlalHHa Kye mid Hkln Ointment veTo AW A certain euro for Chronic Bore Eyes A KATURAXi KXXXDY TOB Tottor 8alt lUioum 8cald Head Old Chronic 8orcBFover Sores Eczema Itch Eplleptto Fits Falling Sldotew Hjster Prairie Scratches Soro Ninnies and Pilea It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of ia St Yltss Dance Nerouwess cases have been cured by it after all other HypwkeHdria MeUMckelht Im treatment had failed It is put up in 25 ebrlty SleeplessueHH Dlt and 00 cent boxca For salo by Koso octWyl Swaugo linear Drain ab4 Srf- A Wht Mhh Kill n iffre lal Weakness Quit a bloody affair occurred at Mid dloiboro last week between negroes and This medicine has direct action upon white men over an oontz game J II the nerve centers allaying all Irritabili- Â¬ ne- Â¬ BlankeHship a white man accused a power gro named liloom of cheating The ne ties and Increasing tho flow and Is perfectly harmless gro drew a razor mm advanced upon of nerve fluid It wo nrtHi and leaves no unpleasant effects IIUnkMMhlp who unaw a VuUtiBeeK M uLtm The negro fell dead Ulaukenship then A mum Mat tt MIL iwrKWJWM tM Md PWtT ftM UHHI fled but was pursued and captured by Officers Douglass and Jones and placed in jail For dyspepsia and stomach dorange III KOINIQ MID CO Ohlo meots no other remedy can be found so tXMlf pleaeant prompt and effective as Ayer a Cftthartfe Pills LwvWMlTSt Hliut In Â¬ Â¬ IAW iiimmt mm mm lie was sired by Senator are unsurpassed I l l 111 he UV iv Idllnril Diidlev tif Phil hotnii lolut Dlllard the uramUire Kl Kric MeCloud and Mek son lecord His dam was with records better thuu 1 U sired bv the Phillips liotsc the sire of Hlue Jeans he by Hon Taylor Ac Also at the same stables will be loitiid the We carry the good that will xjilt your cleguntlv toed vouug trolling amnion trade and our prices aro T1IK LOWlIST Special attention to mall orders inline 11101 inn 111s Henrys Hav -- J fCISKATIa J H PIERATT I llr rnrr rnLL Livery Feed and Sale Stable H tB5 TT OKSlltllTION POST HOY JU was sired by Post Hov HAZEL GREEN KY record -- 2t he bv Magic sire ot Cleininie JI Mvsterv --VJtl i U Alice Stoner xCrDoublo and Single Ae dam Mollle Kmery sired by Strathmore lW Higs and Saddle Horses sire of Santa Clans J17 Tucker I f tl II for hire PartleH convey ed to any point on reason Sister V -- LSU Hummer lit Charles t Itmiiilc Wilimire able terms Vxli 1011 iiw OiMtV Hlaxeherry z i j and a number of 41 I will also attend to all calls for auc rv f IIP d I111UT II1X OOI IIV tioneering and solicit business of this kind others II I III HI 11I with no marks 7 ears a beautiful chestnut Respectfully Ac Inches high hawdH old May Ifitli ISU2 JOHN II 1MKKATT gives promise 01 lining in um huh and among trotters Any one who Is T WOOD tho future til DAY u Pnut lluv wll reaililv VtFTOOD n nn llllllllliii 1A V DAY Pout Hoy lr rccoBuixe I1111111 nw l ATTORNEYS AT And last oui 1101 icimi win the same stables the well known and highly Office over Exchange iwuk Mayhvllle St Mt 8trllntt Ky appreciated JACK Praollco in Moiitiomery Powell Menifee Woiro Ilrathltt llnwan MaKoflln and Mor Â¬ gan counties and 8ujerlor Court and Court Who will serve maren nt TUN DOLLAUS or Appeal TO INSlKK A LIVING COLT on same terms as above described This Jack has no 11 MAUPIN superior as a good breeder JLJL WITH Care will be taken to prevent accidents but we will not be responsible nhould any oc Â¬ a DKSCHHTION AND PHDICUtKIl with black points seven voais obi this spring HPa hands lilt h Sired by Maja brino Forrest he bv Ned Forrest lr hehy Sims Neil Forrest he by Alexanders Ldwia Forrest 1st dnui bv Mumhrlno I hlef na lam bv Virginia Whip d dnui by Sir Archie Forrest Stonewalls 1st dam by Hiowii Stonewall d dam h Tom Crowder Jld did hv Halls Coppcibottom tth dam by Old Who will serve a limited number of ap Fauev bv Old llrown Pilot IN proved milieu at TKN DOLLAIW TO lll le taken of mares left wlta Hood SlltK A LI VINO COLT on same terms as us but carewill not be responsible for acci we above dents should any occur AND IKDIUItKK I Ciiney iii li mitntll the second and lotirtli weeks a miles west ot West Liberty oa in Â¬ POSi BOY JR Â¬ Â¬ CFOIL A HKNHV West Liberty Ky i I IwiwixJ SSM1 v W Ml Â¬ 1 k AWt 1 Â¬ I tl iinknin siMKni nf ISili lK miles Innu Hiuel Oreen at the stable of David II IW at the low price of This combined young Stallion d Is uiki 1 III iini w J 6 to Insure a Living Colt Money due when colt iiii GEN JOHN MORGAN poi D H CARPENTER cur WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SIIOE8 Ac feOly CATLFnTSnUUG KY THE day of May He Is IUIuiihIh liluh rrriiiji color and can snow a tnrce iiuuinu ii tB lso a line saddle horse He was aired bv the well known I rairj horse lie oy ine rninips imw 01 dam was by Hlackhawk and he ont LoVf liav Husslngcr he by the mare bv in horse a standard bred horse that stoodrn The Prater horse was out or a Illinois cbrated Virginia mate Tom Cki ij is a good Individual I r lliu hlmselta tine breeder and his cHH lurge good color and show tine eomblBM O IAi quinines All cure will be taken to prevent acfi CLAKENDON dents hut should any occur I winItOSh D II Cor Liiucatono and Short ata responsible Lkxivoton Ky Aurll H 1802 a utlir II 1 iv t It lieu nil Com r j wi fm riMi I 1111111 - II 111 will lit ii vh loaled uiivtf iiiniuil Im iiuid - VilllS Old tllC rtuu t ln Â¬ Jli DONT gMtD4tafttlrBHU 1WkSI Tho forget the fact that you can lVrfylmt alecl pfj 11 Si There has been added an Annex with 20 Street Cars boxt writing paper at this office large well ventlated room wdTut this office t 10 ceuta tliLocated are pfcsfc the door every live minute ntiil the Wt pencil In town ni oe mof depot within twOHiiuarcH Job printing cheap at 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