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I 4t Vt44in SPENCER COOPER Ownor nnd Editor Green JjLJl xAjuJJ r 1 b t it-- i m Of ft Noisy World With Now From All Nations Lmnbrlng nt Ills Uncle IM f 100 A YEAR Always In iwiiiihIiiiii lawiiimiani Ativno IWillTH YlIAll i I I1AXEL 99 w RWKN WOLFJiS COUXTY OKLAHOMA KY FRIDAY MAY 13 1802 NUMBER 8 Monthly Crop KtHrt Tho action of tho legislature In appro printing 100000 for Kontuokya exhibit nt tho Worlds Columbian Exposition to bo held nt Chicago ought to bo gratify lug to every fnrmor in tho Stwto Gov Hrown line Appointed five commissioners who nro honest hiuI jtidiolou men to take charge of tho money and they will tnako such nn exhibit h will bo of groat vnluo to tho business Interest of tho Suite nnd who dottbta that in tho com- Â¬ petition for tho vnrioiiR prlres that thoro will bo more mouoy brought back In premiums to Kentucky than wrb ap- Â¬ propriated by tho legislature Tho following report la nindo from re-Â¬ port of correspondents from ovory sec tlon of tho Stato Wheat In my report of April 1st I gave tho condition of wheat at 92 as compared with nmo time last year Tho last days of March nnd first daya or April woro due for wheat in fact vegetation of all kinds indicated an early spring but on tho 8th of tho month tho weather changed tho tomporatnro dropped to and below 80 with soveral hard freezes and continued cold and cool until about tho L5th but from nearly nil reports tho wheat was not damaged and I havo to M4vxr9 wvwmrowo 4mxooot oi MUSICAL MOTTOES The Greatest Effort 11 - SOUAL IN T1JK frfrfro r History Lexington Louis Gus Straus miiiGtai Every Department Overflowing to its utmost capacity This is not a catch penny sale of any kiudj but good honest values and qualities at fair prices During the coming week wo will display full linen of Mens and Hoys Clothing representing the lend ing and best manufacturers in the United States and Europe We will forfeit our reputation of thirty years standing in Lexington We havo nev er failed to keep our promises heretofore Â¬ That wo will soil you the host Mons Suit at o That wo will soil you the host Mons Suit at10 That wo will soil you tlio best MonsSuitat Lo That wo will soil von ho host Mens Suit at That wo will soil you the best Mens Suit at 23 OUR MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENTS Is the finest in the United States Our Cutters and Workmen are tirst elas artists Wo are doing the largest business wo havo ever done Como and make your selections early L G STRAUS LEXINGTON KENTUCKY k LEADIXG OLOTlIIEltSuiil KIXK TAILORS iauaxuwaaiIU 08T IX QC1HIITI IIShT lS QlALITT AAAAaAAAAA64WR B WORMS WHITES CREAM tabler sdh buckeye OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A VERMIFUGE Has ted all Worm Romodlos EVERT FOR 20 YEARS LI BOnLE GUARANTEE STIOCIB known for rrrparll SURE rrvptitdli llllillHDSOXTAYIOII 8OI4D EVKRYWIIKRK CO CURE and 10 years nstho BEST FOR PILES REMEDY TAYItllt MKD KrLOHS IIUiMHUMIN CERTAIN CO iinr ft rniVw f wjtaua ju k Hfc if wxrxun vv iwitimTMfirT tir mxn 7 m AT TUB XBngHsh No 12 W pm Short Street Kitchen Lexington Ky Proprlotor It J Breakfast from fi A i Uegular Meals 31 Cents Meals to Order at All Hours M A i m to l i Oys to 9 a m Dinner from 10 v m to i v M Supper Troiii m to 12 Open from A ters Lamb Fries Fish Chickens and QiiiiIIh n specialty CUS LUICAWT M uosm Q1HBRAL inn 4UUtJ nniMTTMfT rKIlM 1Mb I 1 JOHN UOSIC -- DKALKUS I- N- ion is s AI1 nnu JONBS lower than ovor hoforo solmi in llnzol Jreon ir n aruntootl as roprespntod or money rotnndod NEATLY CHKAIM nriv acoinploto lint of Orv Hoods Notions Lndios Dress mkh1s ifents1 Clothing Hoots Shoos Hats PiitonUMwli inos Smldlos Harness r and soil FOR CAHH at prices goods HAKL UHKKN KKNTITKY 3fflB0HMXiP CUTKDATTHHOFFICR rnujinm iac Heml your order Tho Children of Gods Country Ex T T Crittenden of Missouri No matter where I be in every html my mother blood throbs in my veins and ho who vomits Its pulsings In my brother I Troy Woodson Tho Ponnyrilo Owensboro Messenger Ilku the heart of a womaa 1 exhale fragrance even when brtiiNOil Tito Mountains Tom II Arnold Middlesborough Critic They rlo above the mornings mist surrenders Fayette Tames is standing Ill riiit tlti mill nni tin tli ui IIVJ tliu tun Illfll iif fiit it well ho says it will rain some time or Anil when tho weary day istut null report It never looklne hotter at this done other James Handy savs ho will havo time of tho yoar and a bountiful harvest They Nlnk to slumber lIcuveii kisNeil to stay W F Elkina snaps his eves W P Kimball is anticipated Lexington and says but littlo about it Isaac El The Spring laughs when its siiuhcnum Amount of old wheat on hand 8 por kins gets his breath a littlo long but kins her and the Summer dreams of heaven cent dont say much Mort Pioratt says it when she nestles in his heart Corn Very littlo corn planted ow- Â¬ Judgo W M lleokncr ing to tho very wot will take starvation to drive him away Education weather from tlio Charlie llingo laughs and keeps staying of Winchester 20th to tho 28th tho woathor was fine for There b shears which out the threads planting Old Uncle Jimmic Sample came up hero hut not many farniora woro of MiMrHttion and knivc whloh slay falla two weeks ago in bad health He is now ready for planting Tho planting aeason improving fast and says he is about able elcH but tho schoolmaster doth sharpen I Inter than It usod to bo Tho larger them to work Tho Learned Doctors Dr J Uryan part of tho crop used to bo planted in Wo havo plenty of rattlesnakes and April now tho largor part of It Is planted fliirurgltiui et ajiothrcuri prairiejdogs S 1 Napier killed a rat in May and often running Into Juno Atquo tota eompngnia ntusl tlesnake that had seven prairie dogs in HaliiN honor et amentum lloport as to acreage 85 jcr cent I killed two rattlers yes his stomach Atquo boniiiH uppetitum Sorghum Acreago as compared to terday that wcro each about four long To the surgeons and apothecaries last year 05 por cent And the company assembled Mr Swncy who lives two miles from Potatoes Acroago compared with Health honor lots of money me had a littlo girl bitten by a rattler Inst yenr 89 por cont And a good anpetlte last week Tho child died seven hours Tobacco As to acrongo compared with Kmmott Logan Louis The Law afterwards from tho effects of tho bite last year 85 por cont plants plentiful Tbis is tho only person that I havo heard villo Times and looking woll in somo fow placs Hut I prithee sweet wng shall there bo of dying from tho bite of a snake pillows standing in Knghiiid when thou art killed by frost and washed out and cov- Â¬ Well I am still of tho opinion that King and resoliillnu thus fobbed as it Is ered up by heavy rains this country is destined to bo a great with the runty curb of old father antlek the Clover Tho crop looks woll tho sow- Â¬ country in the near future but I think law ing this spring escaped tho freoroa and T Roulo Smith it will take a man with an iron nerve to Woman Falcon looks well As compared with last year overcome tho obstacles he has to meet She is pretty to walk with 101 per cent And witty to talk with Society is good tho people are clever Timothy Is not so well ndvancod us And pleasant too to think on and better neighbors I havo never had clover but Is looking woll As compared Tho Press It embraces all of thorn to Inst year 100 per cont but tho drought and high winds make K Polk Johnson Frankfort Capital my face a littlo long and my under lip Pastures All kinds looking woll but Prithee take the cork out of thy mouth hang a little low Dr Tim Tutt and his would bo Improved by somo warm sun Â¬ That I might drink thy tiding folks look a little blue but aside from lloury T shiny days The Poets of Iventucky this they are all enjoying good health Hemp Tho present crop not all of Frankfort Ova Swungn has sore eyes and has littlo Stanton broken weather bus boon very unfavor- Â¬ Sing when the siinliijbt falls to say about anything able for breaking which will keep hack SIiir when the blue bird calls When it rains I will writo again plowing for new crop and cnuso Into KIiik to the mountain heights Wishing Tin Hriuii and its editor Hut whisper hi mnouUidit iilqhtN sowing the avorago for this year will much success I remain your friend bo small 7 1 por cont OPENING REGISTERED MAIL David lloou Apples Tho early fruit was thought tu the Xiitliuuil lliuli- - to bo nil killed by A tho freezes of thU lliiiii Convention ArriHtul mi it tlurtlwiSiilclili- ito HotioiiN MuiiK month Somo very early cherries and A special to tho Cincinnati Enquirer o A 0 lluilbiuu a well known and strawberries were killed but onough es from Paducah recently gives tho fid citizen of CamuM- - Hart county enped to make a largo yield Very fow LM lowing mishaps as occurring within who is a delegate elect to the National early apples killed nnd from present In Â¬ hours Isabcllo Gruhbs a nymph tired Republican convention from tho Fourth dications tho crop of apples will bo of living tho llfo sho was following took Congressional district was arrested last ubundaut some unknown drug and wan found dead week on a charge of opening registered Peaches Reports vary iw to tho poneli in lied Jim Kuapp a negro tough in Â¬ Mrs crop wima correspondents lettors addressed to his sister-in-lareport thorn censed because a canister drovo too near Hettio HuHman badly damaged wlillo others roport that him rocked tlio driver and when ho Mrs Huffman in her aflidavit for a tho crop will Im abundant unless killed protested drew a pistol and shot him warrant states that two yearn ago Hull hereafter Estimated por cent 05 but onlv sllebtlv Kuann was iailed A man received a registered letter from tho Stock All kinds of stock wintered footpad hold up a logger F M Hodges postmaster nt Cannier promising that well except In somo fow counties of tho fiO sheep from Tennessee and got ofUclal to deliver it to her but failed to havo not dono woll Since my last ro- Â¬ he had on his person A stranger was do so and took from it 20 Sho also port thoro has been somo Improvement caught by highwaymen ami robbed of Bays that ho subsequently received from in prlco of mules from tho fact thoro Is oven tho shoes on his feet the postmator another registered letter h better demand for cotton Tho fat In addition to theso local incidents u addressed to her containing 17 which cattle market fully ono dollar per hun Â¬ named Davis fatally assault Â¬ hack driver ho also appropriated dred less than this timo last yoar ed another named Jones nt Clinton Garden Tho demand for gardon Nix Iiiiihnit Ionir crushing his head with a club At seed and seed corn has been very great A midget child bright and handsome Lowes Hob Charlton cut Charley Hub Iniru to Mr and Mrs Monro of I wish I could havo been able to havtj has been ert quite seriously in a light Springfield Ohio Tho baby is a girl supplied them all but It would havo re lUhnii Allen Ir quired ti very Inrgo appropriation to of Saratoga who and weighs less than three pounds with II Woodward S clothes on and after n weeks exist- havo dono so sold Fthan Allen Jr to W T Withers its Very respectfully Twenty sovcn ence seems ns well and bearty as other several years ago says NlOllQLAH MoPoWKMi Tho child is about six inches years experience in using Quinns Oint Â¬ infant Commissioner in length and as far as the body is con ment has fully demonstrated that it is vltfatod cleans It If your blood Is A linger cerned is perfectly developed tlio most reliable remedy I know of I ring can easily bo inserted on its legs without delay by the use of Ayera Bar-fcohl by recommend it to all honoineu and arms There is a romance also con Â¬ saparitla ltoso Jones nected with Its birth Tho pnrunti were Heavy rains have caused floods In por biiUilo gnats in Graves llallurd fccrclly married and tho truth wan not tlonsof Illinois Iowa and Kanw Much Tho damage has been done- to property and Hickman counties are killing many known until the child was horn horses eattlo and fowls Tho peoplo are Uo the bot preparation to eure gray Falling hair may be prevented brashy themselves suffering from the pests and made soft and h renewed growth of hair and Iwhliiess Halls Hair Iltnawfir hair aro alarmed over thotrUrnywics tho hair stimulated by tlio uo of Aycrif The resident approval tae CMmm Lxciusioii bill Hair Vigor printing cheap at this olllce Job CSov Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Drouuht Irovallhitf anil Starvation thu Outlook Kidouado Okia May 2 12 Kditoh Hkuald According to my promise T will let my friends hear from mo and tho Kentucky colony through your valuable paper 1 havo been waitÂ¬ ing for somo good tidings to send but alas I I have failed to get them Wo nro in tho midst of a drought Wo havo had no rain for eight weeks and oat and wheat are a failure and tho grass is drying up This is making tho Kentucky boys who breasted the northwest winds of March so bravely falter though thoro has been rain 20 miles south and 18 miles north and northwest of us This 11 ves me courage for if grain is raised within that distance of mo I can got my bread and seed J M Cockerham and family havo given up tho chase for riches in northwest Texas and will start for their old Ken Â¬ tucky homo in a few days W T Ingrams face is a littlo longer but says he is hero to stay S J Napier talks a littlo easy about matters relative to tho drought in this country but says ho in tends to try it three years before he Â¬ Which Smvml it Imtplrnltnii to tho Toitut NlMnkm ut tho ltiinMt tu tin Kentucky lnns AsMutiliitluii Tho list of toasts proposed nt tho ban Â¬ quet to tho members of tho Kentucky Press Association and accompanying la dles was arranged by Judge J Soulo Smith better known us Falcon Following are tho names of tho toasts tho toast speakers and tho quotations which arc oxcpllonnlly beautiful and apt which served as inspiration to tho after dinner M Â¬ Â¬ orators OldKnintuek Hrown of glacbno An Gov John Young Kontueky Terra antlqua potens nrntls atquo aborts ancient laud potent la arms and la its fertile soil 11 Â¬ Â¬ loliitlliMt well-to-d- w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m N f- - L v- - i KlM A SHAMELESS OUTRAGE FOR TRUSTS ONLY THE OLD FIREPLACE The KniMildlcsn 1Ihq Jn for the lloncflt of The Plnn Adopted by Jtepubllcnna to Hteal Ronnintla ARoilutlon That Cluster Ohio Corporations Alone Around It Memory Tho republican party in Ohio has de Â¬ The democratic party is trying to re Tho spirit of Innovation has invaded tnonctira tho real wealth of tho country termined to pcrpotrntc the grossest out nearly every farmhouse in tho land its wheat corn cotton provisions rago upon popular representation con- Â¬ and caused the old fireplace to bo filled and othor articles of international ex- Â¬ ceived in yeurs Tho two great parties up In many eases il was an Invasion aro of almost equal strength in tho state pure change and simple An Improvement may Tho price of all commodities exported as shown by tho fact that for years bo always an Innovation but not every by us under tho republican tariff Ohio has been represented in tho United innovation is an improvement Eow against return cargoes is subject to tho Statos senate hy a democrat and a re- Â¬ if any houses can bo found where the limitations of io Kuropcun gold sup Â¬ publican and democrats and republic Â¬ fireplace Is used as It was beforo tho ply and it is a universally admlttod ans have alternated as a rulo in tho stove as a utensil for cooking camo Infact that thcro is not gold enough in chair of tho governor Tho state is en- Â¬ to use Tho stovo was an Improve- Â¬ Europe to carry on tho international titled to twenty ono members of con- Â¬ ment and no ono would of going trade of the modern world Tho re- Â¬ gress and on a fair apportionment tho back to the flreplacn andthinkswinging Its publican secretary of the treasury tho democrats are entitled to ton or at least cranes It Into the late Mr Wlndom admitted this in his nine In the tidal wave of 1810 thoy car- Â¬ room parlormarchedevery room sitting Into whero reports and he reiterated it in tho last ried fourteen districts The republic Â¬ there was a fireplace and demanded ans now propose to gerrymander tho speech he ever made that the blackened holes in Yet while this is admitted we put n state so that only fivo districts shall bo should be filled up and forevertho wall removed tax averaging sixty por cent on the democratic while sixteen shall bo from sight Then eame the smart par To carry out this fraud it buying power of all the surplus tho republican stove perhaps with nickel trimMississippi valley exports to Europe has been necessary to ignore population lor mings and a kind of graveyard urn on This tax is not levied on tho outgoing as a basis of representation nnd some top commodity for the constitution forbids of the democratic districts have doubled O how much was blotted out when taxes on exports The same end is the population of republican districts that broad fireplace disappeared What Tho wrong is done not to the demoÂ¬ recollections reached however by levying tho tax remlniseencs old time cargoes of manufactured crats of Ohio alone but to the democracy feeling and sentiment aye and sacred against return goods The surplus of Europe Is chiefly of the entire country By this iniquity memories were buried walled up in in manufactured goods It can pay in the democratic party Is robbed of four thnt brick and mortnrl And what manufactured goods for our surplus far members in tho next house of repre- Â¬ cheerfulness and companionship wn higher prices than it can pay in any sentatives by a method as shameless as shut In and stayed forever Tho room other way Hut we are not allowed to tho stuffing of ballot boxes or the co-Â¬ has lost something a delightful entertake the surplus of Europe Tho tariff ercion of voters taining companion always bright and Tho democracy of New York have cheery if attended to Hut now the forces us to sell for gold or for a fow selected arthlos of raw material No just framed a congressional apportionhearthstone Is cold and on it stands n one can fail to sec that this limits both ment bill Although this state almost black stupid thing often contrary the quantity and the price of our valley invariably gives a democratic majority often smoking a thing on legs with and it lias not for years given a repub- Â¬ Its gorgon eyes staring through Isin- Â¬ exports We ship a cargo of wheat or cotton lican majority exceeding twenty thou- Â¬ glass spectacles to England or Germany We demand sand this democratic bill makes only It was a long time beforo the oldot gold for importation to America The seventeen districts democratic fourteen members of the family could be recon We have no gold for ex- Â¬ republican and threo doubtful answer is The ciled to the stove When the days port There is barely enough to mnko justice of the democracy of New York work was done and the family gathered our clearings hero Our governments is met by highway robbery On the part for evening enjoyment thon It ajv Wo need of Ohio republicanism The four demo Â¬ peared as if something had gone out ol have demonetized silver your goods but we are practically out cratic seats it is proposed to steal in their lives as if u cherished friend wm of money nnd if you demand gold only Ohio are stolen from the entire party silent forever from New Yorlc democrats as much us we cannot trade In the long winter evenings how the This is not said in so many words for from Ohio democrats It would be an farmer enjoyed himself beforo the business men do not take time for so easy matter for the party in this state burning logs He smoked his pipe many words They simply decline to to do a wrong that shall thwart the may be warmed his mug of cider or Then the seller looks around wrong proposed in Ohio and the temp Â¬ made flip by heating irons and thrust trade for something he can buy with his val- Â¬ tation to fight fire with fire is a strong ing them into the eider or toying with ley products which offered in exchange one It will be resisted because the the poker petted the fire ami drew out for gold only have gone to a less than democratic party in New Yorlc does not roasted apples and chestnuts And how living selling price As measured propose to abuse the power bestowed the fire laughed and leaped talked and against the scarcity of gold in Europe upon it by a majority of fifty thousand snug and told stories entering into the they become too cheap to bear the ex Â¬ at the recent election Albany Argus spirit of all the merry making What pense of exporting lie finds on exami merry times went on around those fireWOULD NOT REJECT IT nation that If he buys rnw sugar and a places On winter nights when backs few other like articles he can get them IIiirriMini Would Indoiihtrdly lie Slud ol grow cold while faces burned the tho Kciiomlniitlon into the United States without being jester In the circle exclaimed Atten President Harrison would cause the tion all hands right about face now fined for it So he exchanges them for raw sugar and other articles needed by greatest surprise of his public career and the company turned its back to the our trusts and sells to the trusts what should he vindicate the declaration of fire till warmed Ah there was somehe is allowed to bring back as return Senator Proctor that ho will not really thing hearty generous free iu a brisk be a candidate for renomination The cargoes k or hickory lire in comparison with Of course this Is not intended to be senator has been in the Harrison cab which the handful of coals in the black accepted as a statement of the details inet was one of his original supporters box called a stove appear mean and of the trade but it is u fair and accu iu the last convention and is an inti- stingy rate outline of the general course of mate confidential friend of the presi Why was innovation allowed to run our valley trade with Europe Hut for dent It does not scorn to be questioned rampant through the house Why wa articles of foreign production now on that he has made this statement The it not restrained or rather competed the free list we would have no exports reasons assigned for the determination to keep Its hands off t he fireplace in the at all for there is not gold enough of the president give it plausibility He room where the family gathered for en loose in Europe or in the world to move realizes that there is a popular feeling joyment Hecause in many cases the out any considerable portion of the sur- Â¬ against giving any man a second term fireplace was considered plus wv produce or could produce iu the and that a president necessarily crosses hence the younger members ol Mississippi valley if we were allowed to the interests of a good many people and the family prevailed and innovation exchange it freely on its merits at its is not likely to be as strong as a new or fashion laid in ruins one of our most exchange value in comparison with man He finds that iu half a century useful institutions the open wood fire what we need most in exchange for it there have been but two exceptions to for a roaring wood firo attracts enter And this must always be remembered the one term rule Lincoln and Grant tains and keeps its audience at home - that where for our valley surplus of and they were reelected by the stress while tho stovo repels and may drive agricultural exports we are allowed to of great issues with which thoj were to worse company A fireplace will take foreign products in exchange it identified Harrison has been unable win where a stove will lose What en is only and always for the primary to inaugurate a war with Chili and the joyment is found In looking at a stove A fireplace or fireplaces ought to be benefit of manufacturing corporations seal business will not serve him any The republican party is iu favor of better with the greater power The in every house old or new They are free trade for the trusts only fact that his own state has been allowed domestic agents for great good They All articles on the free list all to elect delegates for him looks like purify and keep tho air good and they articles we can bring in from abroad candidacy but his pride may be in- do a great deal toward keeping the oc Â¬ without being fined for It under the volved in this Possibly he would have cupants of the house good and In Melvinley bill are for the use of manu Â¬ the convention tender him the nomina health and spirits If a fireplace refacturing corporations only We are tion in the confiding expectation that mains and fashion wishes to demolish forbidden to bring in a single dollars he would hand it back That might be it resist to the last Do not let that worth of any article that is in a shape a confidence soheme in the business usurper tho stove with Its black and in which we are likely to be able to sense It may be safely understood brazen front come in everywhere use it at once that he will deelineto run only in the bringing its poisonous breath Hut Convince the republican party that event that the majority of the delegates fnshion may no longer demand such free trade in anv article will help the decide to select another man St Paul sacrifices for the age Is turning back to fireplaces and thoy are growing trusts and they will put that article on Globe more numerous and larger every year the free list at once NOTES AND OPINIONS In the See how this works out which shows that people aro awaking President Harrisons patriotism is to their senses or to the senses of their Spanish reciprocity Geo A America Is a farming country with no somewhat inflamed just now because parents or grand parents manufactured goods to sell So the re negotiations are not going his way but Stock well In American Agriculturist publicans say to the exporters of the all that will be allayed by the Ides of COULDNT SEE IT farm products of Mississippi valley November If not before Detroit Free Send your farm products to the South Press Telenriiph Operator Who Hnd No A Hoss Quay says that the repubIoetry In Ills Soul American fanners who have nothing to sell in competition with tho trusts lican presidential nomination will sim- Â¬ I was talking to the telegraph oper Â¬ And It ator during a lull in his work and with and you can trade all you llko as long plify Itself as the days go by us you do not try to buy anything the will Mr Harrison is arranging tho some degree of awo was dilating upon delegations so as to make as little dash- Â¬ the mysterious power ho controled with trusts want to sell you Is nothing new about this There It ing as possible and fudge Wood Is keep Â¬ a finger tap isnt It simply the old republican plan of ing an eye on all legal aspects Louis- Â¬ it its a wonderful ofthing lightning I tho this chaining said free trade for the trusts only Wo are ville Courier Journal only allowed to buy abroad what tho Ive always understood chain light- Â¬ There arc some public men who trusts want bought and we are only al- Â¬ think that a political Issue is settled by ning was no slouch he responded ratMe Â¬ tling tho key of his Instrument lowed to sell abroad in the measure of the passage of an net of congress Your work Is most Interesting I of foreign products the lvinley and Heed for example and the quantities when tho trusts are willing to hnvo imported others of their following supposed that shovld say I continued We must either accept this or bid for the McKlnley act settled tho tariff messages go flashing over tho wires I never saw one flash I think They gold only with our exports which question IJy the same token some Â¬ means no trade at nil abroad and ruin- democrats propose to get sliver out of just go tlckotty ttck tick mostly unless ous prices at home politics by passing a freo coinage ii wIi kh down Hut In moments of exciting events This is tho trouble with cotton now measure Thoy should recall the fact and except in European famine years that the republican settlers were very tho wires aro kept hot with flying mes sages arent they it Is the trouble with all the products of much disappointed N Y World I never went outside to feel a wire tho valley It is not judicious to apply rigid ways rules to the flights of political orators he said slowly as If ho wanted to bo The republican rulo works both It Is protection for the trusts only Tho president of tho republican con- Â¬ sure he was right but I dont think nnd free trade for the trusts only vention in Iowa tho other day spoke of the wire evur sots tho telegraph poles St Louis Republic James GHlalue as the most command Â¬ on fire lightning like rapidity with Tho Thero will bo mourning among ing figure of all the earth the Idol not which 1 begun with a sonso of some Â¬ republicans who hailed the passage of only of his own party but of all tho thing unsatisfactory in tho difference If tho speaker had thought of of opinions wo held and feeling that tho Gatch bill by ono branch of tno earth Iowa legislature us evldonco that tho it he would hnvo included tho unlvorse tho operator had no poetry in his soul party had finally escaped from tho no doubt When tho precise facts aro when ho made a grab for tho hoy and Demo- Â¬ reached not one quarter of the world clutches of prohibition cranks tho next ten minutes was so busy crats redeemed their promises to tho has over heard of Hlalne Tho lunatic for swearing at something that I became people llepubllcans must htlll shoul- Â¬ asylums would abouf hold those who very tired and walked out of tho place der tho responsibility for anotheryar want to make him their idol St Paul Detroit Free Press Globe of fanaticism Chicago Times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Hazel Green Herald TXlfOWt OOOPKS PMttA t t xAziLGKiiir ROBBING AN rr NEST EAGLES r The DftHgerotia Attventurn ot n Naturalist In the Alp Mr Grobman an Englishman wan passing hia annual vacation in the Ty- Â¬ rol when lie was told that a pair of golden cables had boon ravnginfj ono of tho valloya and woro supposed to have thnir oyry on a ocrtnin mountnln aidc At tho first opportunity ho so cured tho services of sovoral wood-cutter- s and started beforo daylight mean Jng if posslblo to sccuro the young bird which was boliovcd to bo then in tho nest They ascended tho mountain and looking over tho edgo of tho perpendic- Â¬ ular cliff could sco nlcdgo about a hun- Â¬ dred feet bolow them Tho party con- Â¬ sisted of nino men including Mr Groh man Ono of thotn rotnaincd at tho top while tho othor eight lowered them- Â¬ selves to tho ledgo by means of a rope Horo they fastened tho fifty fathom half Inch rope to tho stump of a tree fixed a block of wood against the edgo of tho cliff for tho rope to run over fastened an iron hook in a crcvico of tho rocks nnd proparcd to lower Mr Grohmnn to tho oyry which could be seen far bolow them A strong lothcr bolt was fastened round his waist with an iron ring in front through which tho ropo passed To tho end of tho ropo a stout piece of wood was knotted and on this Mr Grohmnn seated himsolf nstraddlc With a riflo on his back a rovolvor in his pocket a big knifo in his belt nnd a long pole In his hands ho was ready to start Fivo men took hold of the rope whllo tho other two lay fiat upon tho rocks rlfios in hand looking over tho edge of tho cliff If the old birds should attack tho intruder his life would depend on those two rifles Ho had been on such expeditions be- Â¬ fore but as ho swung off into space tho prodigious height had at first a sort of paralyzing effect upon his mind Little by little tho feeling wore oft and soon he was roally enjoying the sensa- Â¬ tion of hanging on a ropo scarcely big Â¬ ger than a mans finger over an abjss nearly a thousand foot in depth Tho descont lasted ten or fifteen minutes Then ho found himself opposite the cngloa ledge and jorkedthe signal line Ho was ten or twelve feet from tho ledge but with his pole which hud a hook at ono end ho was able to draw himself in and presently was looking cautiously over tho edgo of tho nest which to his astonishment contained not one cnglot but two Ono of them not without some live- Â¬ ly efforts he put into tho canvas bag whioh ho had brought for tho purpose tho other ho finally mannged to secure by running a noose over its feet He tied tho bag to the signal cord ar Â¬ ranged himself on his wooden seat took the second bird iu his loft hand and gavo tho signal Tho men on the ledge above contrary to instructions gavo a vigorous pull which wrenched tho polo out of Mr Grohams hands and sunt him away from tho cliff at a frightful pace The retrograde movement was likely to dash him against tho rock with deadly force Thcro was but ono tiling to do nnd ho had presence of mind enough to do it Ho tilted the upper part of ins botly backward nnd his legs forward nnd struck tho rock with his feet with no worse result than a paralyzed feeling in his legs and a twitching sensation iu his back and loins Just then a dark object flashed past him so near that ho felt tho rush of air produced by its fall Ho supposed it to be a stone but presently ho perceived that instead of being drawn upward he was quite stationary Ono hour passed then two hours and still ho swung thero nt tho end of tho rope Tho day was far advanced tho old eagles were likely to roturn at any minute To add to his misfortunes a sharp thunder Â¬ storm caino on wetting him to the Bkln and nearly blinding him with Â¬ Corvjarjfl9i Jiathtr risky tho offer thats matlo by tho pro- Â¬ prietors of Dr Sagos Catarrh Rem- Â¬ edy ItiBky for them For yoit if you have Catarrh its a certainty Youro certain to bo cured of it or to bo paid 500 Thats what they offer and in good faith thoy euro you or pay you no matter how bad your case or of how long standing But is it so much of a risk Thoy have a medicine that cures Catarrh not for a time but for all time Theyve watched it for years curing tho most hopeless cases They know that in your case theres every chance of success almost no chanco of failure Wouldnt any ono tako such a risk with such a medicine Tho only question is aro you willing to make the test if tho makers arc willing to tako tho risk If so the rest is easy You pay your druggist fifty cents and tho trial begins August Flower 11 5 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ has used your wonderful remedy August Flower for sick headache aud palpitation of the heart with satisfactory results For several years she has been a great sufferer has becu under the treatment of eminent physicians in this city and Boston and found little relief She was in- Â¬ duced to try August Flower which gave immedaitc relief Wc cannot say to much for it L C Frost Springfield Mass to suffering humanity that my wife am happy to state to you aud Â¬ old-fashion- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RELIEVES riEMOVES Â¬ Â¬ REVIVES Vaiuno ENERGY CosofSTioN Tain nil Stomach Dlhtresn Names Scnso of Fullness RESTORES DR Nonnnl Circulation and Waium to Ton Tiro HARTER MEDICINE CO 8t Loull Mo EVERY FAMILY School Library and Office Caro should bo taken to GET THE HEST Hnrri-son-Hlal- Have a Dictionary Cover to THE INTERNATIONAL r Irani Hmrcwirof tlio BUY rr INAMIIDCED IS THC ONC TO 10 At last when ho hnd thus hung be tween Hoavon and earth for more than threo hours ho felt a tug upon tho rope and in fifteen minutes was at tho top with his two prlres It turned out that tho falling object was tho block ovor which the ropo had run This it was necessary to replace lost tho ropo should bo cut by tho sharp edgo of tho rock and tho long delay hud boon occasioned by the necessity of sending tho ono man at the top down to tho baso of tho peak to fell a young tree and mako a second block Ho was returning with tho block when tho thunder shower overtook him A iliish of lightning struck a bowlder close by and throw him house- Â¬ less to tho ground If tho lightning had struck him instead of tho bowlder Mr Grohmans situation would have 1rolmbly the bcea serious indeed whole party would hnvo starved to dath Youths Companion Â¬ lightning Â¬ Iti nlltor cmplnKil SU0tUipciultU SoU I KAm jiit revlnlni hy All lloolMlcr Semi lo WEBSTERS INTERNATIONAL OACSiritiiuutCo 8prlncneMMiiMlSA for Xrro t peclmcu pages 1olillOirrf DICTIONARY Â¬ BUNTING When you buy Flags you want the best Government Standard is the best the largest flag dealers in the U S arc G W SIMMONS CO Oak Hall Boston Mass Dealers in Military Write for a Uniforms Flag Catalogue Â¬ Jones Why Hrown your claim is Did you over expect to preposterous get it through congress Brown Kasy enough Tvo hired an influential United States senator for my lawyer Ah I sec Hut It must cost a heap of money Yes and I have taken him In as a How It Is llono FLAGS Elys Cream Balm YTILL CUIUS CATARRH Apply Balm Intc escb nostril KLYUHOSuU Wsrrta ttuNY Pll pavUar too Texas Sifting m j t tlr f wevlil clmrch the text coBcerBing the pre-Â¬ cious alabaster box broken at tho foot of Christ and sure enough we had one OAMFPOy MT rooklyn Ship Has Buffet KG very precious broken that day Wo fary sp rltwthi nrtfr tt4iAiit t i ito5iJ i a Storm jeMJte luciuwuiuru- l iiinv4ffHRnrrwHPiiiRi wero aa a ohuroh obliterated But sf a comm iviu iqp io ooitom and from stem to tS myfcifuvbrlto Btylo ofSarc4tcttiro nriso and build said many voices An- Â¬ stern fulsohood dusturdly falsehood J wild to the trustees Build nny thing other architect took tho amphithcatrlcal Itut Irf Now finding Upon h OlRHy tfe- - diabolical falsehood What is said you please and I must bo satisfied or nn Intercut ftMeatioa ftr the eeert of fitfMk plan of a church which in tho first in- Â¬ llORiiniiiift the lcnturo against mysoU has no effect except But one morning u young tig yjrmon by Iter T DoWitt architect ap-Â¬ stance was necessarily somowhat rude like that of a coarso Turkish towel the peared at my hints and asked if wo TrliniKO D 1 RED KELLAM had and dovelopcd it into an olaborato plan rubbing down by which improves elrct yet selected A I WITH for our church I that was immediately adopted But how subject Sunday was latlon unci produces good health But said 4No and what wo want wo can to ralso the money for such tin oxpon TiiIhiukoh this continuous misrepresentation of my not get S TIMMOND8 M What stylo of a building do slVe undertaking was tho questionexp- Â¬ The Throe Jtibcnmclos AvStbry of beloved church in tho b asked And taking out ensive not because of any senseless Trials and Triumphs mid tho text mighty God 1 denounce name ot Al- Â¬ you Want while I appeal a lead1 pencil nmUa Lot usiutiko three tab- Â¬ Lulu ix to the air minded men and women to my pocket in less letteraenvelope from adornment pn posed but expensive be minute by a than ernacles PORTSMOUTH aplSly see that justice is done this people who few curved lines I indicated in tho cause of tho Immense size of the build ing needed to hold our congregation Our Arab ponies wero nltnost dead within a few years havo gone through a rough what wo wanted But I said It was at that time when for years our 26 PER WEEt i with futigne iih In December 1880 wo struggle that no SALARY other church In my old architects tell us It cant bo done country was suffering not from n finan- Â¬ Wanted Good Aorkts near the footof Alt Iierinon in tho land or any rode to skll Mm ago cial panic but from that long continued General link op mkrokamdisx N Holy Lund the mountain called by one dure ILllll I llTMIIfhas been called to en Â¬ and there is no use in your trying f2nl He said I can do it How long can I financial depression which all buslncas PKDDMNO AB0VK SALARY WILL Bfe a mountain of ice by another a gllt church may ever bo called to endure havo to make out the plans I said men remember as tho cloud hung heavy PAID TO FOR JHAM AQRKTt LIVE torinff breast plate of ice by another viz This evening at 8 oclock overy thing year after year and commercial estab Â¬ rnER INFORMATION ADDRlMi Blanc of Palestine Its top I ask tho building of three tabernacles the Mont the friends of tho Brooklyn tab Â¬ is to bo decided lishments without number went down OHIO AGO GENERAL SUPPLY 00 hns an almost unearthly brilliance ernacle to cut out this sermon from tho 178 W Van Buroa St Obioaqo ILL what must it havo boon in the timo newspapers and put It in At 8 oclock of that evening tho arch- Â¬ Through what struggles wo passed tho But their pocket itect prcsentcdhis plans and the bid of eternal God and somo bravo souls to day 1ctor and books so to which my text refers that they ENRY MATLOOK James and John wore on that mountain answer our falsifiers can Intelligently builder and mason wero presented and remember Many a time would I have whether clerical in five minutes after tho plans wero gladly accepted calls to somo other Jesus when WITH suddenly or luy And top with with Christs face took on the glow of that other statementthese you may put presented they wero unanimously field but I could not leave the Hook in which recently adopted So that I would not bo In tho tho wilderness At last after in tho tho noonday sun and Moses and Eli- Â¬ went through the country CO MCMILLAN HAZEN and which I having worshiped in jah who had been dead for centuries saw in Detroit which said that tho way of the trustees during tho work I interregnum our beautiful Academy of Muslo went to Europe when I got came out from tho heavenly world and Brooklyn tabernacle had WHOLESALE a hard finan- Â¬ tho church was and nigh done back on tho morning of February 33 Â¬ well But talked with our Saviour What an over cial struggle because It had all along here canto in a staggering hindranee 1877 the anniversary of tho Wash Â¬ Moses representing been whelming three paying such enormous salaries to Wo expected to pay now church ington who conquered Impossibilities BOOTS AND law Elijah representing tho proph Â¬ its pastor Dr Talmaire the when the met by the salo of tho for tho old building Tho and on tho Sabbath that always ets and Christ representing all worlds is that after our disaster and for Dr Byron Impetuous leter was bo wrought upon two years I gavelast my salary to tho old one had been sold but just at tho celebrates the resurrection KNOXVILLE TENN all Sunderland chaplain of tho United Â¬ by the presence of this wondrous three church building fund and 1 received time we must have the money the purchasers backed out and Ave had two States senate thrilled us through and tliat without waiting for timo to con Â¬ f5000 less than nothing in other wordH churches and no money By tho help through with a dedicatory sermon from how preposterous was the propo- Â¬ in addition to serving sider this gra Â¬ jTho above gooda are handled by J Tho glory of this house Let us make three tuitously for two years I church havo of God and tho indomitablo and unparÂ¬ llnggal ii 0 sition cried out let it shall be greater than that of the former DAY 5 CO Hotel Green Ky alleled energy of our trustees hero and tabernacles one for Thee one for 0 for building purposes Why is it there ono of them present to day saith the Lord of Hosts Tho corner Where that people could Moms and one for Elijah not do us justice and the most In a better world wo got but stone of that building had been laid Â¬ tho would they get tho material for build say that all our financial struggle as a building ready for consecration and oji by the illustrious and now enthroned ing one tabernacle much less material church came from doing what leter in September On the platform 1S70 morning and even Â¬ Dr Ircmous Prime enough to build two tabernacles and my text absurdly tried to do but ing dedicatory services wero held ott dedication day sat among others still 1ok how would they get tho ma- Â¬ which in the inscrutable providence of tho chil Â¬ Dr Dowllngof tho Baptist church Dr terial for building three Where would God wo were compelled to do build and In the afternoon dren with sweet and multitudinous Crook of tho Methodist church Mr Where tho three tabernacles they get the hummers Ilcechcr of the Congregational church voices God Where the silver Where tho gold Now I feel better that this Is off my Twenty consecrated the place to and Dr French of tho Presbyterian thousand dollars wore raised Where tho costly adorn Â¬ mind The rest of my sermon will be curtains Hosauuah Another ir000 Hcrnum is a barren spun out of hosannahs 1 announce to that day to pay a floating debt In the church ments ASD morning old Dr Stephen II Tyng the was raised on that day Tho following Â¬ to build one tab you this day that we aro at last as a and peak received iJS souls were ernacle in such a place would have been church in smooth waters Arrangements glory of the Episcopal church and tho Sunday our mostly communion Chrysostoin of the Amerieau pulpit into achieve- Â¬ have been muili liv whieh an umkrtnking beyond human oin flitimpiul reached a sermon which lingered in its on confession of faith At two other ment and Peter was propounding the difficulties aro now fully and satisfac Nos 181 188 RAOE STREET impossible when ho cried out in enthu Â¬ torily adjusted Our income will exceed gracious elVeets as long as the building communions over 100 souls joined at stood lie read enough of the Episcopal each one At another In gathering 038 CINCINNATI C siasm Let us build thrco tabernacles our out go and Brooklyn tabernacle prayer book to keep himself from being souls entered this communion and so And yet that is what this congregation will be yours and belong to you and gathered throngs have has been called upon to do and has done your children after you and anything reprimanded by his bishop for preach Â¬ ninny of those al- Â¬ already entered Heaven that we expect THE KRUSE BAHLHAB The first Brooklyn tabernacle was dedi you see contrary to this you may put ing a non Episcopal service and we though belonging to another denomina Â¬ to feel at homo when we get there cated in 1S7 and destroyed by tiro in down to too conurmcu naoit wmen Wont 1H7J The second Brooklyn tabernacle some people have got of misrepresent Â¬ tion responded with heartiness as Myl My men andwo be glad to see women who stood though we wero used to the Liturgy them the was dedicated in 1S7I and destroyed by ing this church and they can not stop by us In days that wore dark and days During the The third Brooklyn tabor When I came to Brooklyn I came to a Good Lord deliver us fire in 1SM that wero jubilant Ilosannah Tho nucle wjus dedicated in April 18J1 and small church and a big indebtedness short time we occupied that building Â¬ work done in that church on Schcrmer we had a constant downpour of rehC0MPAHY in that we are worshiping to day What Wo are now tho largest protectant ligious awakening Hosaunnhl Ten horn street can never bo undone What VHiiuled absurd for Peter to propose church in America and financially as a sacrifices on the part of many who 11 15 and 17 West Pearl Street when he said on Mt llermon in tho congregation are worth over and be million years in Heaven will have no gave almost till the blood camel What glori- Â¬ power to dim my memory of the language of my toxtLot tts build three yond all indebtedness considerably What victories What ous times wo had in that first taberÂ¬ hallelujahs CINCINNATI O tabernacles we have not only done more than 1M000 nacle which because of its invasion wedding marches played with full or- Â¬ but in tin mysterious providence of I have preached here twenty three gan What baptisms What sacra Â¬ of the usual style of church architecture God i re compelled to do years and I expect if my life and was called by some Tal mages hippo- Â¬ mental What obsequies One of them We have been unjustly criticised by health are continued to preach hero touThe wholesale trade of Ecuter XM drome by others Church of tho Holy on a snowy Sabbath afternoon when tacky It rcapeotfully solicited people who did not know tho facts twenty three years longer although we r Â¬ all Brooklyn seemed to sympathize and sometimes for putting so much money will all do well to remember that our Circus and by other mirthful nomen- my eldest son bearing my own name THE in church buildings and sometimes for breath is in our nostrils and any hour clature But it was a building perfect lay beneath the pulpit in tho last sleep not giving as much as wo ought to this we may be called to give an accout of for accoustics and stood long enoughÂ¬ and Florence ltico Knox sang and a to havo its imitation in all the largo cit fir that denominational project and no our stewardship All we ask for tho ies of America and to completely revo- Â¬ score of ministers on and around the Â¬ explanation has yet been made Be future is that you do your best con Â¬ 1eople platform tried to interpret how it was fore I get through with the delivery of tributing all you can to the support of lutionize church architecture saw that it was the common sense way best that one who had just come to this sermon and its publication and dis- Â¬ our institutions Our best days are yet of seating an audience Instead of put- Â¬ manhood and with brightest worldly tribution 1 shall show that no church to come our greatest revivals of religion ting SGOMPANY iit an angular church where prospects should be taken and we left them on earth has ever done more magnifi Â¬ and our mightiest outpouring of the each one ehielly saw the back part of with a heart that will not cease to aoho cently and that no church ever con Â¬ Holy Ghost We have got through Red wero until we meet where tears never foil quered more trials and that no mem- Â¬ sea and stand to day on the other bank somebody elses head the audience Notions Wholesale Dry Goods arranged in semi circle so that they bership ever had in it moro heroes and chippinisctho cymbals of victory Do llopo ii Curdlnul Vlrtuis could see each others faces and the heroims than this Brooklyn tabernacle you wonder that last Sabbath 1 asked An old English writer sets hopo at was a great family and I mean to havo it known that any you in the midst of the service to rise auditorium tho head of all the virtues and says 101 101 and 105 W Fourth Street circle seated around a llre place individual or religious newspaperorscc that despair is the unpardonable sin and sing with jubilant voice the long which was tlje pulpit It win He ttlar newspaper that hereafter casts any meter Doxology defines hope as that CINCINNATI 0 South Side an iron structure and wo supposed ciple who sots tho head vigorous prinrclleetion on this churchs fidelity and and heart at lrnlsu tSol from Whom nil blessings Mow fire proof but tho insurance companies tho man to do his ut Â¬ generosity is guilty of a wickedness for Inilso Hint nil vrcnlurtM hero helow looked at it and after we had gone too work animates Him above yo henvenly host Pralie for which Sod will hold him or it re most puts difliculty outof countenance far to stop in its construction they de Â¬ lrutau Ktlhcr Son uiul Holy O host oven impossibility give fipotiKihlc One year it was sent out clined to insure it except for a mere and makes Yes twenty three years havo passed through a syndicate of newspapers that way declaring that being of Iron this church was doing nothing in the since I canto to live in Hrooklyn and nothing In recent discussions of Christianity if the inflammable material between in contrast with pagan beliefs re way of liberality when wo had that they have been to me eventful years tho sheets of Iron took lire no year raised SIUOOO in hard cash for re- Â¬ It was a prostrated church to which 1 engine hose could play upon It And marks an eminent preacher the ligious uses There has been persistent came a church so fiat down it could chief superiority of Christianity han they were right During those days It is Its far and hemispheric lying against Jhis drop no further Through controversies wo educated and sent out front a lay been overlooked Hoping church We havo raised during my which It would be useless to rehearso it college under our charge some 1JOO reaching and glorious hope pastorate for church building and re- Â¬ was well nigh extinct and for a long young men and women many of them for nothing paralyzed by fatnlism the ligions purposes 103000 or practically while It had been without a pastor But becoming evangelists and many of them Buddhist the Brahman the Moslem 11000000 Not an Irish famine nineteen members could bo mustered to becoming regularly ordained preachers change nothing Hcuco heathendom is or a Charleston earthquake or sign a call for my coming As a commit Â¬ and I meet them in all parts of the land stagnation Hoping everything for the Nos 74 and 70 Mala Street world and for man Christianity sup-Â¬ an Ohio or a Chicago tee was putting that call before mo in an tolling mightily for God freshet in Philadel Â¬ plies the basis and motive of modern conflagration CINCINNATI O but our church was upper room in my house Ono Sunday morning in December thought and life atnong tho first to help Wo havo phia there wero two other committees 187- tho thermoinetor nearly down to When hopo is lost all is lost Whllo given free seats in the morning and on similar errands from other churches zero I was on my way to church There hopo survives boll Itself may bo con Â¬ Â¬ evening services to J 10000 strangers a in other rooms whom my wife was enGUS MEYER WITH year ami that in twenty years would tertaining and keeping apart from un Â¬ was an excitement in the street and verted into Heaven St Louis Ilepub auditorium of the much smoke in tho air Fire engines He The Wo havo happy collision amount to 1800000 auditors past But my mind was on my received into our membership 5ar7 Brooklyn church to which I eaiuo defied dashed I Tho most ancient sacred fire now sermon was about to preach until tuembers and that is only a small por Â¬ all tho laws of acoustics the church someone existing In India wan consecrated rushed up and told mo that OJOBHKOS INO tion of the number of those who havo had a stccpto that was tho derision of twolvo centuries ago In commemora- Â¬ which our church was going tip in the same tion of the voyngo made by tho Parseoa hero been converted to God from all tho town and a high box pulpit Agricultural Implamints parts of this land and from other lands Bhut in tho preacher as though ho wore kind of chariot that Elijah took from whon thoy emigrated from Persia to Hardware That Sunday to bo lot looso or it aeted as tho banks of lordon Under the blobstng of God and through dangerous Its wringing of India The 11 ro is fed five times every OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS the kindness of the printing press my a barricade that was unnecessary to morning tragedy with MALTA PLOWS FOSTER STOVB COu hands and frozen tears on tho cheek of twenty four hours with sandalwood EVA rORATOM COOKS MILLS Mrmons now go every week into every keep back tho people for they wero so many thousands standing in the street and other fragrant materials combined neighborhood in Christendom and aro few that u minister of ordinary muscle very dry fuel This fire in tho CHAMPION REAPERS MOWERS and tho crash that shook the with STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS regularly translated into nearly all tho could havo kept back all who were earth as Is though village of Oodwada noar Bulsar Is vis vivid as DOORS AND bASII A SPECIALTY My first Sabbath In Brooklyn there treat languages of Europe and Asia But it was Itud by tho Pursues in largo numbers Not 110 113 Second Street it were yesterday The syndicates having charge of this was a sad day for I did not roaliro how not a perfect loss All wero anx Â¬ during the months nllottcd to the pre- Â¬ I RONTON OniO 91y Aermonic publication informed mo a few far tho church was down until then ious do something and as on such siding genius of fire to lays ago that my printed sermons overy on tho evening of that day my own through whoso pocket I enter- Â¬ occasions sensible people aro apt to do Thoy Hint make the glory of God week in this and other lands go into brother YOU WANT TO SAVlj ono of tho members at ministry died and the tidings of unusual things life rushed In among the their end tho word of God their rule FROM 25 to fiO CENTS ON EVERY Â¬ the hands of jri000000 people ed tho During the last year bam authoritatively in Â¬ his decease reached mo at 0 oclock In tho risk of his the spirit of God the guide of their affallen walls mounted the pulpit and fections and the Provldonco of God the DOLLAR YOU SPEND Ii ho writ formed over J000 different periodicals the evening as I was to preach at 7i0 a glass of water from tho table guide of their affairs may be confident for our Illustrated Uataloou wore added to tho list of those which But from that day tho blessing of God tookbrought conta1nino illubthationh andpriom itln safety to tho street So and Â¬ make this publication And yot there was on us and in three months wo be you see it was not a total loss Within that tho Lord goes boforo thorn as truly ov kvkiiythino manufactured x re ministers of the Gospel and roli gun tho enlargement of tho building an hour from many churches canto kind as Ho went before Israel In the wilder the United Statkh at manufacturÂ¬ Â¬ ncss though not so sensibly Mutthow ers ruioia 10000 nLuartuTio3r Klous newspapers that systematically Boforo tho close of that year we resolvInvitations to occupy their buildings Henry tabernacle OvrALOOUX ALL LINKS XlKIRESKNTIp d Industriously and ed to construct tho first continuously hanging against a lamp post near charge this church with idleness and It was to bo a temporary structure and destroyed building before 13 oclock Do not retail nlaudors and whisper- Â¬ MAILED FHIIB ON APPLICATION tho ADDUKS8 fceilhhucw and pnrblmony I call tho and thoreforo wo called it a tabernacle that morning was a board with the in- Â¬ ings Do not make yourself an In Â¬ CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO of a temple What should bo scription attention of tho whole earth to this instead Tito congregation of Brook Â¬ spector of warts a supervisor of car Â¬ No 178 Wkst Van UuRxar 8t outrage that has been heaped upon tho the stylo of architecture wan tho imme- lyn Tabcrnaelo will worship to night in buncles the Commissioner of street gut CHICAGO ILL always thought Brooklyn tabernacle though a moro con diate question I had tors and tho holder of stakes for a dog shapo would bo Plymouth Church derated benevolent und splendid convo- Â¬ tho amphithcatrlcal Â¬ Mr Bcecher made tho opening prayer fight Talmage cation of men and women wore never appropriate for a church Two distinwas full of commiseration forme When you set out to promote your fathered together outside of Heaven I guished architects wero employed and which homeless Hock and I preached own IVlUlY tkw mvhm 7akj Interests you must remember that designs they and my have never boforo responded to these after much hovering over at Me La4lr PennAc for such u building that night the sermon that I intended mnny of them are in th hands of your Nete IMprr enly IN a tjtlr Call Justices and probably will never re Â¬ announced to us that ftf norning in my own fellow men fer to them again but I wish tho peo- - was impossible for religious purposes to preach that Afursu Mtd tUttatry a yp THETABEENACLE JM t go o this country and citW conntrlcs H3K Uitwldnot bo AikcUj - m fiSSHv Ti jV Ps f rtj Wholesale Grbcera I SHOES MARES BROS MARKS ohmm siousa Â¬ 1 -- HARDWARE Â¬ GEO W MAIPIN Â¬ Â¬ GROSSMAN SCHLETJTKER CO Saddlery and Harness WMKERRC0 tT0 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ QiIli l n culled the loplcnl candl Mr Mill Editor date for Speaker He was not MicccMftil 8PKK0ER OOOPKR but It Is undeniable that n grent imiuy Dent oerum who did not lavorhlm think It would have been better If he had been New York World logical And ir Cleveland who Is the Presidency Is not iioml candidate for tho nated nt the Chicago convention about the latter part of the first week after the lrcid dcnllal election the whole Dciiiocratlu party HAZEL GREEN KY may feel that It would have been better for May 13 1802 the party and country If he hud been Never throw aside the logical candidate for an untried News and Comment ocrat quantity Cutlcttsburg Ky Duin Tin report comes from Greenville Thems our sentiments ns the reISfiMH thtit the Mississippi river is higher tiring man said when he pointed to the tlun ever before known luitiw the levees Lords Prayer posted on the wall have withstood the Hood ho far and re- Â¬ main intact no danger of inundation is Why not gratify Col Salyeia ambition wn Hazel GRickN Herald f IIMt SO LOOK OUT FOR OUR X corn i Friday Current KVBARCAIN COUNTERS 1 1UI1J wiMiKiiriijjiwiur 135 E MAIN iiiLUoJiiiunii Htm Siirt LEXINQTONp CutUm UCIWT7 SHEET nil I KY Â¬ 11 Pay M to tafl M lioltl of it Is that WATCHES niAMAMnc mmrY V CLOCKS KLSUS3SJ feared An entire span of the Memphis and Charleston bridge at Florence Ala gave way Friday of last week and Jack Ham let a brokenum on tho train was killed outright while Engineer Clem was so badly injured that he cannot recover Â¬ by making him a delegate to the Chicago We have no man in our convention district better qualified than he No one who more idolizes the party to which ho belongs No one who is more anxious for the success of the party than he and no one who more cheerfully contributes his time and money to the promotion of While in Cincinnati wo ot Stock uf Jowls at oU cents on the dollar spot cash which we are tirnin to liive to our friends and the public while it lasts We have made up our minds that we are io iiiiX JWILrTY Solid Sillier AND iiiiwn Optical Goods a body of lirstclass timekillers and the peo ple pay tho piper The expenditures of the Stato government for April were 27924461 leaving it deficit of 7181177 in tho general fund and a total of only 3S1 20163 in the treasury is composed of Our Legislature Â¬ Two negro murderers L D Slaughter and Tho Uaily were executed at Little Uock Ark at noon on Friday last Hoth of their necks were broken by the fall Slaughter killed his mistress and Itoily murdered a peddler The hanging was in the jail enclosure and witnessed by only about twenty persons the Democratic party than Col John P Salyer of West Liberty He declares in his recent declaration that he is for the best Interests of the party and not for a favorite candidate lie declares he is of the belief that neither of that New Yorks most prominent candidates can he elected not that they are unlit for the position but for the lack of unity of the Democrats of that State Let our delegates be men who are for tho best interest of the party and who have no selfish motive in view and in their wis Â¬ dom thev will name a staudurd bearer who will be the most acceptable to the Morgan County Messenger people There has been for a long time considerable speculation as to who Uoveruor ltrown would appoint Railroad Commis sinner for Eastern Kentucky and there was a best of applicants for tho place all of whom had rendered Governorllrown more or less service It wns reasonable to suppose that some one of these would get tho position on the principle that to tho victors lclong the spoils but tho boys who yelled for Brown were re warded by seeing an original Clay man capture the prize Such is polities but certainly not principle Hazel Green Herald Thems our sentiments Uro Cooper and Lay on Macduff and damned be ho who first cries Hold enough Gov- Â¬ ernor Brown can smoke out an Eastern Kentucky Domocrnt upon whom to be Â¬ stow office located where Republicans are ns thick ns leayes in Vnllombrosa but in the Tenth Congressional district whero Democrats are found in droves our grateful Governor is unable to find n partisan upon whom he thinks it ex- Â¬ pedient to bestow a crumb of his official patronage A mighty man this far fauied and far fetched Governor wonder if Morgan County Messenger ho drinks Â¬ Trimble Bros WHOLESALE to show the people we appreciate their splendid patronage in the past and we are going to sell the splendid MT STERLING KY purchase we made at less than frCcinsiirnnient of produce and the the goods can be manufactured patrouuue of Mountain Merchants respect for All we ask of vou is to fully solicited JelVy J It Sharp Hruce Trimble T G Denton mve our several 8BQGBBS TRIMBLE MT STIRLING Â¬ BARGAIN - BiuY Mahone last week succeeded in preventing tho Virginia Republicans from instructing for Harrison for whom he hns neither political nor personal Mahone is a manipulator friendship from way back and should Harrison be nominated Virginia Republicans will only glvo him a lukewarm support from Kenton county who was recently called before u committee of tho General As Â¬ sembly to answer charges of conduct tin becoming a gentleman and a legislator and who received a coat of whitewash too thin to hide his conduct last week introduced a bill to close all barbershops on Sunday A look AVe are going to name a few of the many big drives Have now a complete line of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes we will oiler vou and Gents Furnishing Goods Good Plaid Cotton sold for 8Jc now fc n yard New Spring Style Shirting Prints fast colors 4c a yard We solicit an inspection of New Spring Style Drcts Prints fast colors oc a yard our goods and guarantee priPlaid Cheviot Suiting former price 10c now UJc n yard ces satisfactory and articles as Camels Hair Suitings formerly 20e now 10c n yard Â¬ TABLES SHARP DENTON KY McInkuy tho llepresontativo The Sentinel Democrat though dis- Â¬ Â¬ figured by fire showed up Friday as usual and our old friend Comity certainly deserves praise for his promptness and energy in the matter To him and Capt Havens The Hkuam extends sympathy for their losses and stands ready and willing to aid them in any wau it can The handwriting 1 t on the wall seems to MORGAN COUNTY 1 have been indited with indelible ink Mnytown Missiles and tho peoplo of tho country read tho H W Little has bought the Rev R lines Grover Cleveland will bo tho D BivinV property near tho Sulphur nominee of tho Chicago convention and spring our next President Liko morning Mrs Nelly Shumate of Crates Station mists tho names which hovo heretofore 5h visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W appeared in dimly outlined characters W Mu nicer have faded from view Tho peoplo rule Married in town Inst night Cooper not tho politicians Ingram to Miss Sallio Peters Rev W 150 for 100 a pair In an interview last weok a Southern W Manker officiating Senator in Washington said Tho lead Cant some one of the many Herald era of tho Ailianco havo made a completo readers send a blacksmith to Mnytown failuro in their effort to organize a polit- Â¬ Steady work and good pay ical party and tho third party cloud W W Manker has bought of M W that has been hanging over some of the Pioratt a nice lot on Main street and is And thousands of other items we could name at equally Southern States Is beginning to dissipate getting lumber on tho ground for a fino I do not think tho third party will cut residence In addition to above immense bargains we will low prices much of a figuro in any locality and will James Nell was moving nt an unusual sell to every eash pureaaser of 5 00 or over also to every not carry a singlo electoral vote in tho pace Saturday evening When asked person paying us 1000 or over in cash on notes and accounts wholo country tho trouble ho said Nothing at all Its a girl this time for of Candidates for Congress in this dis- Â¬ T 1 Williams was on our streets a trict should plnco their announcements Wc also give free to every cash purchaser of 100 early that tho dear peoplo may know few days ago hat under arm ami said who is in tho field For tho service wo tho Democrats wanted to burn his hat or more a very handsome gilt frame looking glass or a We have the largest can render our rates nro oxtremely lib- Â¬ because they wero both boys and named lxVic siz picture 01 chlOmo jihiiiu miu in vu milium 7 eral and their patrouago is herewith so licltcd Announcements are 10 each -m in advance and other matters in their Pieratt of Ezel were in town Saturday interest will bo 10 cents a lino with a 10 e want your pat- per cent discount where the matter is to meet Mrs Frnzierand little daughter Stock in the State outside ot Louisville 100 lines or more Now is tho time to from Charleston lb Mrs F Is a sister vonagC anil Will make prices to SOClllO it announce will also take in exchange for inen linmlise or on Co No Senator OAiutsrn in an intorview 404 will deliver a Masonic address at notes ami accounts all kinds or merchantable produce live with a New York World representative Maytown on Saturday Mth inst at ano stock saw logs and railroad TOSS ties u fow days since says I certainly am oclock Ho will also confer the Eastern not a ctmdidato for President in the Star degree The fraternity everywhere senso of seeking the nomination If are invited to bo present Well tho John Robinson show has Kentucky decides to presents my namo to tho convention in view of existing como and gone and so has tho Peoples Ho party convention but oh whero has it conditions that is another thing Echo answers From whence it opinion that Mr gone also expressed tho Cleveland would bo the nomiiieo if tho camo Only two counties in tho district Chicago convention should decide that represented nt tho Camptou convention n o o tv the party could win without New York last Saturday What a disappointment and in tho event ho wore not nominated to tho wouhbbo leaders of that g p p May 9 OF EASTERN KENTUCKY WiNdLKSs no New York nran would be chosen Heavy Jeans two good colors 10c a yard Heavy Cottouade worth 20c now 10c a yard Cedar Pencils fie n dozen Large Rubber Head Lead Pencils 10c a dozen Falcon Rank and School Pens 5c a dozen 75 Needles or three papers for 6c Large size Shaving Glass worth 10c for rc Extra large size Shoe Blacking Tkj a box Good Shoe Brush for 10c Good Garter Web 2 yards oc or 25c a bolt 2 Extra large boxes Lily White for 5c Heavy Weight Note Paper 24 sheets or 1 quire 5c 50 Envelope 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 5c 7 8 and Much Covered Dress Steels 5c a dozen Large 8 inch 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 5e a pair Seamless Mixed Socks 5c a pair Splendid Fancy Socks 6c a pair Childrens Black and Fancy Hose 5e 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 le each Extra heavy and well made Striped Jeans Pants worth Extra heavy 16 rib Umbrellas for 75c each Genuine Gloria Silk Umbrellas for 1 each Ijirgo Fancy Border Hand Towels 10c a pair Fancy Colored Window Curtains good 5c a yard One dozen Napkins fringed for 25c recommended Traders Deposit Bank MT STEELING KY Capital J M 200000 Surplus 30000 G L IHGSTAFF President KIIIKPATIUCK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier Wc respectfully solicit the business of nier chauts runners trailer and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general flunking business done Give tin ii chnucc to send you a bank book imy your checks and loan vou money when in need V Thompson Cash R S STRADER Successors to 74 E SON Co J A Laii Main LEXINGTON KY Wholesale Dealers in Strkkt Straight Kentucky Brandies Whiskies c Wines FIXE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY CIO A KS AND TOBACCO hTg feder Cut Price House 107 Agents for Old Push Old Pepper Old Tarr and Old Taylor IjjUW KACE STUEET CINCINNATI OHIO I PVIlKllWKAt EHY wares and other goods in Notion anil Furnishing Goods Line II G IKNDKltN iMYKS ih1 SHAWLS HOSI UAVKKTP SIS nil kinds ot miiiiii FKDKlUt CO 1100 ViKpccinl attention to mail orders Church Street New York 6 Pounds our Choicest Coffee One Dollar THE WINCHESTER BANK WINCHKsTElt N H KY President cr 2 cr WJTHEltSPOON IX - I lirNTEU Cashier General Merchandise Paid up CnpitaT j 0tZ i2r M I This Punk solicits tho account r mer chants fanners t ruder and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers its customers every facility the most liberal terms within the limits of octl8lY legitimate bunking Surplus 20000000 0000000 Â¬ ROSE ItltALCllltftlllMI DeBUSK lHAtTICAI J T DAY THE 60 if llll Lllllltl ftll1lttll iwtil work ironitlv done Wo make a specials of building --Miorsu wufjoni and guunuitce nil Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers HArci um xx kv vurk MAWTt NOTICE All who uro Indebted to the tirm or either of us for work must come and settle and cash orsatlsfactory terms wl be demanded for all work done hereafter Nr Thank nir vou for luist imtroiiUKi llcltini u continuance of the Mime we imv HOEiV nultlK icsnectfully A Otlinr Important Ihulnox inul Hrenthltt limit nil other piipen in tins Tho annual meeting of tho llnxcl Glutei nnil iiiureluintM In Mt Sterling Vtii Chester lcxiuutnn Loulxvlllo timl Mucin Green Fair Association was hold at iul will tlml It tiii iiiht MKmirM through Hn7cl Green on Saturday May 7 1892 which to secure Mountmn Tniile and tho following ollicers nml directors ADVERTISING IIATKS I chosen forthoenfluingycars President TIIASSIKNT D S Godsey 1st Vice President II 1 AilvertNcnieiitH inserted fur lens tlmn 1 11 bo cents mi Inch for the tint Pieratt 2d Vico President W L May months IiiNortlon mid - cento mi inch for each sub Secretary WT Swango Treasurer and Hcqiiuiit Insertion Asst SccrcUiry J T Day Asst TreasAM TllANSlKNT AUVKUTtNIXM MUST urer A P Lucy Hoard of Directors iik rAH in aivask HTISWNU ADVKKTIHKMKST8 J A Taulbee Harrison Swnugo James 7 H VI nioutliH 1 Inch 12 fit H Vest W T Caskey K P Cecil A 3 Inches 15 00 M Nickell L C Caskey II K Nickel t inches M 7l C S 4 Inches Sample and A 11 Hale Tho Hoard of Directors then met nml 23 00 il Inches liibcrnl rates on larger lulvurtUumeiius ordered that tho next annual fait bo ninile known on application Loenl notices to be interspersed among held on tho association grounds at Ha reading matter 10 cents n line with n tils zol Green September 27 to HO 1892 in- Â¬ count of M per cent where they run a month clusive or more The President appointed John M Rose Obituaries tributes of icspcct etc He n line Count six words to the lino ami send H F Pieratt and J T Day to superin We will write iiinncv with the manuscript tend tho rebuilding and repairing tho whlUiiirics ami publish at o cents a line Miirrhigc uiitl death notices not exceeding amphitheatre and track ten lines solicited and published ntKK John M Hose J A Taulbee II F ji Mills von IIkuilai Aovkktihinu Pieratt J T Day and W T Caskey lAYAHLKUrAllTIULY OX IIKMANI SPKNCKIl roOIKK were appointed a committee to preparo Address Hazel Orcen Ky tho catalogue and premium list J T Day and John M Rose wcro au Chap Swango and John Evnns starteil thorized to advertise for and employ n to Mt Sterling Thursday morning with suiUiblo horso trainer for the ensuing n drove of whoop season An agreement was made with J T Quite a crowd from this place attended Day to furnish stable room feed rigs meeting at the Cnskoy school house in etc to tho association at 60 cents a day Morgan on Sunday last for each horse and the association is to See advertisement font trainer in this charge 7 cents day for feeding and issue of our paper Tre right man can training horses secure a good situation and good silary It was ordered that where persons take cure of their own horses the association An obituary to the late Hon O M charge 10 cents fordriving and 5 cents Hanks Sr is unavoidably crowded out for saddle horses for the use of the track this week but it will appear in our next each day issue j It was ordered that the committee up Mrs Gus Hrooks of Greeley Kansas pointed for that purpose have the track is visiting relatives near Hazel Green ready for Use June J 1892 She is we believe a hnlfsister of Judge The next meeting of the Hoard of DiGeorge Carson rectors will be held Saturday May 21 Him i i I Green IIazel circulation In Herald Wolfe Morgmi a larger HAZEL GREEN FAIR ASSOCIATION MORGAN COUNTY Atllllltt fnllM xx 1 Â¬ Railroad and wo aro now assured that Within less than eighteen months if no providential hindrance cars wilt bo running through this section Emery Carr is tho engineer and his wife is conductor and one pas Â¬ senger has already mado arrangements for the first trip Its a girl Horn on tho 8th to tho wife of Loring Nickell a boy on tho 9th to tho wife of Frank Hcnsley n boy Mrs Alice Frazicr and daughtor Grace from Illinois aro visiting relatives in town W Kxcl Involution tftllc is qulto common again KIVTOCRMT -- JrT riElUTTr H F PIERATT 1KA11IU3 CO VL t mraajci wmowmmsBi LIVE STOCK COUNTRY PRODUCE IK Good People Play Progression Buy your goods wliilo they aro cheap and now is the time J Prater H is preparing to cntor tho mm Amm field of U S Marshal in this section Dr A H Nickell recently liought a portion of May 10 F Cockrllls farm HiuitT Â¬ Mr Spencer Cooper I send you ono dollar for which send Tin HkUald ono year to Miss Ollio E Henry Ronny Ky I and this is our reason We want to buy moro goods Dont you see that is business We aro not in business nierelyfor pleasure nor for health but for the profit and tho way to make it profitable is to sell everybody And the way to sell everybody is to sell ehcapor than anybody And that is what we are going to do for Cash or Country Pro duce mmm wt 5 Â¬ Â¬ have several more promises and will hnvo extended tho Credit System until wo are compelled to closo our send this week if I can No nows on P books and wo respectfully ask those who owo us to come in and pay part Grassy of interest Fishing is the order or all of your note or account Trusting you will heed this wo remain CO H F PIERATT Very respectfully e of the day Well wishes to all the peo Â¬ ple of your town and good luck to Tin II iu a u Yours J D CnuiY Grassy Greek May 9 MCWe Tho people living in tho neighborhood of Spradling a post ofilco in this county are anxious to have better mail facilities and the attention of our Congressman is directed to tho niAtter It has been sug Â¬ gested that a route running from Camp ton to Ezel daily would be the proper thing and the postal authorities can perhaps arrange for it Tho liest plan however in our judgment would bo for tho people who get their mail at Sprad- Â¬ ling to sign a petition and forward it to Hon Jo M Kendall at Wasbincton FEDER SILBERBERG 113 116 W CO wuouu cnbOVllINCh Represented by W H Third Street CINCINNATI O ANUFACTUllKHS CILLIS fllON nAINT MADE The Best is the Cheapest eSSi -- READY IS THE BEST For sWMtmfflmm lUe IIBMII1 7JT 3KvE7fik WV Mil W T iU Waxtji A woman to cook wash Â¬ who visiting this section during his vacation from the of selecting delegates to attend tho State government printing ollice at Washing- convention at Louisville on the 28th inst ton will he here tomorrow Saturday Tho brick walls of W L Hursts resi Go to II P Pierntt Cos and buy deuce aro being laid up When com the wire nail at fc per lb If not satis- pleted this will be one of tho finest resi Â¬ factory when tried money refunded dences in Eastern Kentucky James P Co H F Pikkatt Hall of this place is doing the work The Peoples party of tho 10th ConS S Swango writing from Whites burg Ky sends us u dollar to send TitK gressional district met in convention at Hehali to his brother Shiloh Swango this place on the 7th inst and adjourned at Silver Creek Throckmorton county to meet at this place again on the 28th iust Texas Hon J C Lykins is a candidate for Wednesday was the regular stock sale dny at this place but nearly all the far- Stato elector for the 10th Congressional He will make a good one and mers being busy at corn planting there district will bo Hiiro to git thar Eli were only a few in town and no stock Rev R D Hivin late of Maytown is was offered that we heard of now located with his family at this Henry S son of S A Dull of Sponccr plnce He is occupying tho late resiMontgomery county eloped to Lexing dence of Dr J II Stamper ton on the 21st ult with Miss Nannie J Smith Nickell Jonathan Quicksall daughter of Aaron Garrett of Hath and D J Lykins of Morgan were in enmity where they were married They town Saturday as delegates to the conreturned on the 22nd to their homo near vention Howards Mills Rev F A Savage preached two exA meeting at the Presbyterian church cellent sermons at the M E church at with Uovs McElroy of Louisville and this place last Sunday lames M Little conducting services has A F Hyrd has pono to Missouri on heon in progress since Sunday Mr legal business for W L Stamper who McElroy is a very entertaining talker accompanied him and his sermons have been listened to C C Hanks who has been dangerous with much interest ly ill for thu past few days is now im- Â¬ Our young friend Henry L Godsoy proving has been chosen by the faculty to repre J H Hollon sold his lino saddle horse Ant Centre College at the Chatauqua one day lat week to A F Hyrd furlfiO assembly ut Lexington and lie will bo S II Rose of Stillwater took his first one of the orators of the occasiyn This rido on the Masonic goat last Saturday quite an honor and the people of Ha E H May and I W Rose of May el Green are proud of him town were in town Inst Saturday A break in our machinery again this G T Center is at Clay City on busi week put Tin IlniiAii upon its ps and ness s to get out but our fellowownsmcii RriouTKt May 10 Hose Dellusk the boss blacksmiths of See tho new advertisement of Green Eastern Kentucky proved equal to the Co biuisviilc Ky which occjihlon and we aro able today to ap Huiraker pear before our constituency appears in this Issue of our paper This is one of the oldest and most reliable Judgo W W Cox of West Liberty boot and shoo houses in Kentucky and died at hi home on Monday and was the goods they handle the finest to be hurled Wednesday with Masonic honors found in the South E li Green repre Ir J A Taulbee J II Pierntt John senting tho house was In town Monday lavimiml Mr and Mrs J T Pieratt of and Tuesday anil sold J T Day ei Co this place attended the funeral He was several thousand dollars worth of goods hrother of Mrs Uu Dav and Mrs Hi Indeed he told Tin IIikaii that hoi len Pieratt of this city loyd Co Jackson had Mild Day Mros Co Clay City and J T Day Kev K Agar and wife will continue Day SlfiOOO worth tho gospel meetings at Maple Grove Co of this place about finest ear Maytown on Sunday morning and of goods He certainly had tho saw and those wll organize a Sunday Jehool at 2UU i line of samples wo ever will certainly make The evangelists contemplate build who need footwear mistake in buying a Greyu Hulliker no B a Congregational MiMnn church i artlule jwrtly at one of the following point I IiutUoekUethel or Maytown Job printing cheap at this otlice Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Southey Laey has our thanks for WOLFE COUNTY a mess each of young onions and lettuce Campion Current and the latter is the tirst specimen wo There will bo a mass meeting of the have seen this spring Democrats of Wolfe county at tho Court Our Hoy Tom in House on tho 14th iust for the purpose is and iron for a small family Middle aged woman witli no encumbrance None but a good cook with good character need apply Address or call on Spencer Cooper Hazel Green IkjSMWtf Urn liTOircBSflmM-8- SXDmmvMiMtVimiKmuMKl WANTED The Hazel Green Fair Ambulation desiroH to emplov n KUUST CLASS TllOTTING 1IOKSK fRAlNKK nml herewith invite eorrepomleiieti on thu sultjeeU Address 1 S GODSEY President o -r u W not a Patent Paint but tho best Faint that can bo mado by an oxperioiulud Practical Painter with tho assistance of the latest improved and powerful machinery It is guaran Â¬ teed to give satisfaction Will cover one half moro spaeo than lead and oil mixed by hand Sent freight paid for One reliable dealer wanted in each 150 per gallon town Send for color cards etc to It is OS II is m SSf roo 3 m W Bl - kQE J vz i Lion Paint and Color Works LEXINGTON KY rti X JL 9J wPs m 3 c J2H csS H w GREEN HUFFAKER jl x CO c2--5t- B2N M dry S r am u cw e -rt g 5 cS Sv 03 eg 0 3 o 5 o it 5 c CO nrr V jr Wholesale Boots and Shoes To tho Trado of Eastern Kentucky Contiguous to Hazel Greon - LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Hazel Gkkkn Ky May 10 1892 Â¬ Â¬ 0 Z 3a S Iu 3 u CO o tJ Id m H 0S o oNCO rl Scm o m 6y -- We have this day completed arrangements with tjio above named firm and will handle their goods in largo quan- Â¬ tities We especially invite an inspection by tho merchants c 2 P exja n c y Â¬ o oO o as we are prepared to duplicate jnny and all prices quoted in Louisville Cincinnati or Knoxville Merchants can buy these goods almost at their doors and save largo freight bills Wc are prcparod at any and all times to furnish these goods in any and every quality size and price All we ask is a Â¬ trial Respectfully c J T DAY Ul -- J a Yi k M2 llazol Green Ky CO o X S3 WM J Q 0 Z 2 fe u irt gaj La - i - II v u Tu Jl tl V - c si O40O IDINUFKLPKR 8Sws CO ofJuy-Kyo-Ho- o ill IT ijiniiL J I OAflK HicKory rove farm uomo AtUer trying Huclne WlBHHy -every known roinody 1 removed n large Uiineh j of two yearn BUimllnK ivom u yer old fitly S S with three Hppllcutlous of MH j WSwQE QUINNS OINTMENT or ltlH Uiolxjst preparation 1 have ever uwd or hcr4 1 heartily rvcomnientl it to all lloreeineu We J M ROBINSON Importers ami JohherN of Vwoc Â¬ DRY Num 537 GOODS 01 Hid AND M 1- NOTIONS law hundreiU c tuch teitlmonlatj S Prtcc81S8 per bottle Alc yuurdru Klttforlt If tie k 0Hn nut kwUwnl uifiJctii IM nr all vnr far I rt l 6ox ibkuahk A W 11 KDDY A CO Whitehall N Y 5 KY -- Wivt Main Street IOUWVIIJB Â¬ R II JtllYAX Willi uiKltTMlj iMtl uxkvn plenniiru in lAinmineiiiK iMiientM with the American Hook Cninniiiv tlmt liy tint HtntM llouril or Ktlncatlon ut ilu ItnokH GHEAPER SCH00I BOOKS Jut tlt Tln tli y llmvc will miihIiIc him to iilonttl MJuHivh Siimfl 1rlnur i i Jiki Itcvlhid Prlmt r Ki u Â¬ PEARSOmCLARK WIIOI KSALK M llluli Arltlnnvtic Kiv lofiimc to ro MclhilhyH lht hclcctli koirtliy 1 M Kolicllu JioirHiiliv 10 ii 7o I H i lid Kulcctlo 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nollclitfil HOUSE TQK J TAULHKK Pliyaiciatit and Surf eonffc HhwI Irwn Wolf County KENTUCKY I lf HaM Green Herald wwmMM o66rm rmar MAXBL Ail win Hi i W i I t W I ways missed you on Sundays Qlre mo a kiss and cnvlnco mo that you aro a real creature Im half afraid of wak ing up to morrow and finding that you aro still miles away from mo KY For tho second tlmo sho lifted hor face to his less frankly and gladly than Sho loved him as truly aud before Â¬ t X UNDERSTOOD loved a mnldon onco as woll As sho wm passlnjt fair And that ts rhorc tho truth to tell Than now to lovo Id enro hor hand And sho would lot mo When Id boon very pood Thnt Is It J would understand At length 1 understood lls I nshod her for her photograph Tolliht tny lonoly room Bho Inuchod n morry llltlo Iuuru Hut left tno to my Rlootn For that was such a strungo demand Sho did not think nho could Decauso I might not understand And then I undorstood I wooed deeply as over but tho girlish confi- Â¬ dence In herself would novcr return For the future sho would bo on her sho had guard against mistakes to control thoso natural Im- Â¬ learned pulses of affection which had hitherto been unchecked And tho lesson had been mastered very quickly for there Is no learner more rapid than a loving woman I am real enough Mlchaol she said There Is no fear of my going qulotly buck to Eastmcon oven If I could travel on tho wings of tho wind llko tho prin- Â¬ cess In a fairy tale You know I am And afternoon and night I would havo fetched tho very moon And stunt for hor delight Sho said my lovo was truly grand And that soino day aho would And hopod that 1 would understand How well I understood I At last I took by force of arms - Tho kisses 8ho donlod Her dimples woro hor ohlofost charms And so sho never orled But fultorcd as with nlmblo hand Sho rearranged her snood 1 Unqw you wouldnt understand Hut 1 ha t understood William Hard MoVlckar In Century her In tho morning noon rl YffiMBK 5lkAk MA Tamr t iTv P ronrlfturwr w CMAlTKU V CONTlNlIO flitted slowly up a dark staircase to The willing lad had already carried up her box and when tho door was shut sho went to the gjnss and surveyed hersolf discon Â¬ tentedly by gas light Out of doors in the country the sweet May daylight was lingering still but night falls early on n London household He must havo thought rnc looking dowdy and plain sho mused taking off her bonnet and Hinging it on tho Lucy was right when sho told bed me to get my new clothes made in town IIo sees so many beautifully dresbed girls that ho feels ashamed of lend her to a bedroom me She greeted Ollvo kindly enough nnd - natural vanity and had always been accustomed to hear that sho was a pret- Â¬ ty girUMiohail had said so many and mnnjMi timo in tho earlier days of thuir love making CHit spokon compliments were in fashion t Eostincon and oven the bumpkins as Michael contemptu- Â¬ ously termed them wero not insensible tp the charm of a pair of soft brown eye These same eyes were now gaz Â¬ ing at the reflection of their owner through tears but Olive resolutely conquered the desire to weep Not only because she wanted to look her prettiest did she keep tho tears back For tho sake of the good uncle a stranger and yet well known sho would carry a smiling face downstairs She had looked only for a littlo kind Â¬ ness but ho had received her into a warm atmosphere of lovo and taken Wr at once to his heart Already sho could not help comparing his tendorness with Michaels hardness and remem Â¬ bering that Michael had written of him with a kind of scornful pity Perhaps it wrtsjbccauso of that very tenderness thut Uncle Wake was an unsuccessful man If so Olive began vaguely to toe that It Was best to be a failure 5TcJHttlo parlor looked bright enough ijhcn alio reentered it and Michael was stfuclwitli liar Improved appearance Thogirl had a will of hor own and sho had put all traces of her disappoint- Â¬ ment out of sight Sho still woro tho scanty gown but her pretty shapo re- Â¬ vealed jtaclf in spito of rustic dress- Â¬ making and tho soft rough hair no longer hidden under tho objectionable bonnet curled carelessly over hor white forehead Tho old enchantment began to steal over Michaels spirit uowTlio watched Ollvo as she talked c Wakes hor faco lovely In re- M iposo gained now charms when sho sinllcd and spoke With caro and train- Â¬ inghis training sho might yet bo ad- Â¬ mired in tho circles that ho was strug Â¬ gling to enter Anyhow sho was his own chosen swecthoart and tho best part of his naturo would cling to her to tho end Mrs Wako had taken possession of tho flowers and lingered over them with a faint show of pleasure Sho had put somo hyacinths on tho suppor tablo and again their porfumo saddened Ollvo and carried hor thoughts back to old days Michael was hero sitting by her side but sho found herself longing for a younger and simpler Michael who had stood besido her fathers gravo with his oyes full of tears Hut before tho evening racal carao to ui ond the lovers wero on hotter terms with oneh othor And when Michael rose to tako hliloavo Unolo Wako dis- Â¬ appeared into tho dark shop and his wifa vanished like a phantom leaving the young pair alono togother Olive said tho young man taking t w into his arms and looking into her fao with all the old fondness Olive I n scarcely bollava that this is not a dream I aaall see you every Sunday dear you ln know how I have al It comforted Olive to lay the blame of Michaels coldness on her village bonnet Sho was not without a llttlo am glad you havo left them I did not llko my future wlfo to llvo under the samo roof with Tom Challock and his girls Hut thero is something good In Peggy and Jane Olive you must forgot Foggj and Jane It doesnt matter whether they are good or bad You have now to train yourself for tho position you will 1111 one day Yes Michael I am quite willing to train myself sho answered meekly He was pleased to regard her with an air of gracious approval and drow her closer itlto his arms Dearest Olive ho said in an en- Â¬ I will take caro of couraging tone you and help you In everything You have only to trust in my guidance and you will bo a very happy woman IIo spoke as If her happiness was en- Â¬ tirely m his handsas if It wero the easiest thing in tho world to Insure her perfect contentment In the future as if lie could lift her out of tho reach of lifes common ills and its chancesand changes Nothing is more surprising than tho contldence which some people have In themselves Miclmcl Chase had always believed Immensely In himself nnd ho felt so wise and admirable at this mo Â¬ ment that he would have cheerfully di rected the affairs of the nation he And now good night dear added I shall como to you after break- Â¬ fast to morrow Wo will havo a long day together Then ho went his way and Olivo heard tho shop door shut and bolted after him Mrs Wako reappeared and asked In her faint voice If sho was not quite worn out Ollvo is made of capital stuff thats warranted to stand a good deal of wear and tear said Samuel Wake coming Hut if sho is the wiso forwnrd again girl I take her to be she will go nnd get a nights rest as soon as she can All was order in her little room but It was hard to llo down and sleep after such an exciting day It seemed to Ollvo that It was a day taken out of some ono elsos life which had got into her life by mistake At last sho bhttt her eyes and rested her head on thoqiil low and thon all tho sights that sho had seen and the voices she had heard wero repeated in tho darkness Does ho love me as well as ever I think so I hope so thought Olive and wih an honest heart she told her- Â¬ self that all would como right in tho end I -Â¬ not wanted there seemed Imposing on Saturday night ho was truly magnificent on Sunday morn- Â¬ ing Ills clothes woro fashionable and unmistakably now and ho woro a dainty buttonhole Unclo Wako surveyed him with quiet amusement and watched to see tho effect of all this splendor on Olivo Tho effect was cor talnly depressing Tho girl looked at her lover doubtÂ¬ fully and shyly Samuel Wako knew almost as If she had told him In words what was passing In her mind All his llfo ho had been Intensely Interested In othor peoplos lives and now ho under- Â¬ stood what Olive was feeling and what Michael was not feeling He saw that sho went unwillingly upstairs to get ready for their walk and ho was sure that sho would return with an anxious look afraid of being neon a second tlmo In that countrified bonnet She came back with just tho look that ho had expected to see and Michael Instantly mado an exasperating remark Havent you another bonnet OllveV ho asked That did very well In tho train but it docs not do for this morning I am sorry sho said gently with a I am going to buy somo deep blush new things to morrow If I wero a young man I should not look at tho bonnet while that face was Inside it This observation came from Uncle Wake and Michael passed It over In contemptuous silence A few minutes later tho young couple went out to Â¬ gether Into tho sunshiny street and Olive was utterly dispirited and disap pointed My dear girl said Michael after a pause you must really begin to study your appearance You ought to havo been better dressed for my sake Wo may meet some of the people 1 know Sometimes on Sundays I havo even run up against Edward Hattersby himself Of course ho would expect me to introduce him to you and what would ho think of that bonnet and gown 1 am sorry poor Olive repeated but you know Michael that you If I wished mo to come on a Saturday I could had arrived early in the week have got somo now things ready for Sun- Â¬ day Why not have bought some better things before you started he asked ir- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ only to servo my own ouds by and by Ollvo glanced at him and saw a smllo of solf satlsfactlon hovering round his mouth nnd a gloam of triumph in Ills bhto eyes And all at onco sho remem bored that Lucy Cromer had not admired Michaels eyes although sho had admitted that their color was beautiful Lucy had said that thoy wero cold niuHho remark had mado Ollvo qutto angry She hardly knew why such foolish words had como back to hor at this moment but thoy pained hor a Â¬ Â¬ ward Hattersby in a hundred waya A FAIRY GROTTO Michael wont oa Thore Is no need to toll you how I havo managed to slip A Crystal ImImco That Was Inhabited bf into his confidence no is a weak sort Once It hnpponcd that ono of thevof follow nnd his brains aro not half as good as mine Ho Is glad enough to poiar icouorgs was so ingeniously uso mo nnd I lot myself bo used but shaped by tho warm waves that when It snapped In tho middle and fell over on Its sldo one portion of It roso with tho honeycombed part towanl th0 - shall be able to wind him round my finger soon ho continued You see I havo always held myself woll In hand Smiles says It may be of comparatively llttlo consequence how a man Is governed from without whilst everything depends upon how ho governs himself from within The man who rises is tho man who has learned tho secret of self government Now Edward Hattersby would never learn that secret If ho wero to llvo a hundred years He lets himself bo swayed by every whim that seizes him IIo gratifies every passing desiro and runs after everything that attracts his oyes have a purpose Olive I am treading tho road that leads up to It and never turn aside from my path for a singlo in 1 Â¬ little Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ stant speaking straight from her heart I should lose all my strength You aro wonderfully strong Michael father always said so cried Olive If I water thus making tho Icoburg an leu pnlaco fillod with many a crystnl grotto which rising story upon story stngo upon stage converted tho translucent mountain Into a floating crystal palnco with transparent walls It would havo been a pity If such a gorgeous palace had passed nwny with never au Inhabitant to profit by lts existence and so It was fortunate that It was discovered by a troop of seals migrating southward Tho seals might just as well havo swarmed over the outstdo of tho Ice berg as they had often done In previous cases but possibly they reeotr niod tho advantages of having a roof over inolr Heads and consequently dived down and came up Inside of the crystal palace Anyhow whatovcr their reasons that Is what thoy did Hy hundreds and by thousands thoy clambered up tho irregular Inner walls occupying tho grottoes and ledges till the palace was crowded to Its full on pacity with the noisy active creatures Thoy might easily have been uncom fortable in their splendid palace luul not accident come to their relief The warm air from their bodies and their warm breath rose to the top of the Ice berg and fortunately found thin spots in the roof and melted holes so that places of escape for the had air were Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4 did not watch myself he replied You dont know how it weakens a man if he slackens his hold on self just made once Olivo looked at him almost with reverence his words sounded so good and wiso and brave A few moments before when she had caught that fleet Â¬ ing expression of triumphant cunning on his face she had felt a cold littlo doubt creepiug into her mind Hut that look was gone and now she saw tha CHAPTKK VI TUB FIltST LONDON SUNDAY Ollvo woko up In the morning as fresh and bright as over but sho was a littlo disposed to undervaluo her fresh- Â¬ Sho had nothing ness and brightness and gown and to day sho was going to church with Michael The girls heart was very tender and humble a flash of better to wear than her village bonnet HK WAS TKULY MAGNIFICENT disapproval from tho cye sho loved would make her utterly miserable Sho was living In a world of feeling and only doing hor part In tho outer world mechanically Uncle Wako glanced at her now and then as thoy sat at breakfast and there was something in her face that sent his thoughts straying back into tho past Some ono else used to look at him with When sho brown eyes llko Ollvos spoko hor volco was an echo of another volco that had been hushed for years Tho llttlo wan woman who poured out his coffee was almost forgotten all tho light and color of his Ufa had died out with tho doath of his first lovo tho wlfo of his youth Ho had married his first wife because ho bad need of hor aud had taken his socond becauso she had need of him Michael carao In when broakfnst was over And If In Olives eyes he had Michael have you forgotten what kind of placo Eastmcon isV His un- reasonable words provoked her Have you forgotten that I have been living miles away from any town He had really forgotten it for the mo Â¬ ment They walked on together in silence along the Strand and when they turned Into Trafalgar square Ollvo almost forgot her annoyance She stood still with a brightening face to look at tho great stone lions asleep in tho sunlight and the foam and sparkle of tho fountains Other people looked at her as they went by and half smiled at tho fresh delight tlinf t hono In her brown eyes Michael hurried her on ho Do try to take things calmly implored That bruto who rhus just passed us was actually laughing at you In London people dont go into raptures in tho streets Thero was no need for a second warn Â¬ ing against raptures With such a wet blanket hanging over her Olive was not likely to enjoy any mora Sights that morning She walked on dejectedly by his side and asked herself If this was the life she had dreamed of Must she always live in a dreary state of And forbidden to rejoioe this was that first walk together which sho had longed for so blindly this was the distant and the dim that slip had been so sick to greet It seemed to hor an interminabel walk and yet her limbs wero not weary They got at last to tho Marble Arch and her heart revived a littlo at the sight of grass and trees Michael led her to a bench and thoy sat down Wo wont go to church this morn- Â¬ I confess Fjnnot a ing he said church going man I llko fresh air it clears my brain and strengthens me for tho weeks work and now wo can talk qulotly Olive and I can toll you about something which has been In my mind for nearly two years Sho prepared herself to listen After all It was silly of her to bo unhappy because ho hud found fault with her rustle ways She supposed that train- Â¬ ing was always rather a painful proc Â¬ ess Here with the tender green of tho young foliage quivering overhead and the May sunshine resting on the broad spucoof sward In front of her she was feeling more like her old self And surely If Michael had not loved her ho would not have been so anxious to toll her everything You know he began how rapid- Â¬ ly I have been rising ever since went to Hattersbys works Old Hattersby Is breakjng down very fast ho has not boon tho samo man slnco his brother died It was after tho brothers death that Edward Hattersby was taken Into partnership and when his father dies ho will bo tho solo ropresontatlve of tho Â¬ self-repressi- ritably Of course this air being warm 110 sooner reached the colder atmosphere outside than it condensed llko steam and rose a white column above the palace looking very much like smoke Indeed a sailing vessel passing thut way thought it was smoke and the captain changed his course to go near er the iceberg hoping to save the lives of some shipwrecked sailors who he supposed had built a fire on the berg Fancy yourown astonishment at com ing upon a crystal palace In mid ocean iuhahitd by thousands of seals luul you may then understand how the cap tain and his crew felt when looking through tho clear walls of the stately structure they saw the countless ani mals in conscious security playing or sleeping in the fairy like chambers The captain bewailed his lot that there were twenty thousand dollars worth of sealskins in sight but out of reach It was disappointing for the captain but it was tolerably comfortable for the seals who talce more interest in seal skins when they wear them than when human buiugs make coats of them John It Coryell in St Nicholas Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DOES A IT PAY to the INo ot IIMlo Story llHntlni won her fathers respect years ago I rule while I seem to bo ruled ho meeting hor gaze with a smile said and if I succeed in carrying out all my plans the Ann will ono day bo Hatters Chase by Sho drow a long breath and thero was a childs wonder in hor eyes Tho idea seemed so stupendous so grand Perhaps you think this is a prepos Â¬ terous notion Olive Hut listen my dear giul 1 am working hard at an In- Â¬ vention of my own and I bolievo it will If it is perfected I soon be perfected inS 1IANS same strong earnest Michael who had MICIIAIf SITAKB OK 1 shall pcrsuado Edward Hattersby to give it a trial and I am firmly con- Â¬ vinced that it will answer tho purposo for which It is intended sho What is the purpose Mlchaol asked eagerly Tho saving of labor If my idea is4 carried out wo shall employ about half as many hands as we do now Wo havo too many men lumbering about tho works and pocketing our profits What I want to do is to sweep away the dun Â¬ derheads and keep only those who havo I happen to know that Intelligence young Hattersby well off as ho Is al Â¬ ways wants more money than he has got Think what we shall gain lu tho saving of wages You dont understand business details my dear child but you can grasp my meaning Yes oh yes sho answorcd a bright color coming and golug In her cheeks Only Michael what will become of all tho dunderheads What does It matter what becomes of them Ho spoko with an Irritated air of surprise ami sho could scarcely find courage to speak again I know It I think It docs matter man to conmust bo hard for a clover sider tho Interests of tho stupid onos aud yet fro in coNTixunxxJ Â¬ Â¬ special reference lo the teaching of rhetoric and elocution He had bril liant powers and armed with excellent credentials he applied for a position in a western university Pending the action of the uuivordty board of trustees upon his application the young teacher spent a social even ing with ono of the professors Several invited guests were present among them thu president of the university During the evening as the guests were tnlkiuir toirethcr the president overheard the following littlo dialogue between the young applicant for we chair of elocution and the son of tho hostess Mio vnn nlnv tennis asKCd men young fellow Yet hot do replied tho candidate for a professorship Its a fine game dont you think Â¬ Â¬ 1 John Hnplcigh was a graduate of an eastern college and had studied with 111 so Hang up Did you play baseball in college Well I should smile 1 was way out of sight In It was all said by the professor in tone of fun with an evident desire to ti be free and easy with the lad and not tt Hut the president ri to appear formal reflected that a man who would uM if such phrases was not the man the uni iii versity wanted and he look action ac to Â¬ That was all tho president heard it ami Â¬ cordingly vnunir mans appllcntloa s was refused ho was --much surprised no K 1 1n no nnu iiwiy cspcuww u wi hu w Wlinn th 1 1 MblLMI placo lu spito of his that little conversation paulon HU to 11 IW untiitr HJ ability 1 fin inferior -- - because ouin a - 01 m B 11 lie he An nimnrvliiir l rlrlll Is Â¬ Winks That job you havo now soft snap Isnt it hb Jinks Um rather muni NnLhlmr at all to do have yon Well er not much in ac hor full attention but all this was not very Interesting Two girls went trip Â¬ ping by thoy woro golden brown frocks and straw bonnets adorned with but- Â¬ tercups that looked as If they had beon freshly gathered from tho water meadow at homo Sho could not holp wondering how inuch thoir costumes had cost und sighing for a buttercup bonnet Then another girl carao by with hor swain und her dress was pcr- I firm Ollvo was honestly trying to glvo him footly enchanting I hao mado nusoll usofsi to Ed Observations mado for some time past at Herlin PoUdam Prague and other cities of Europe havo shown that their geographical latitudes havo decreased by 2 10 of a second It Is supposed that tho axis of tho earth has shifted by that much In space and In order to settle the matter an expedition has been sent out to Honolulu which being the anti podes of Contra Europe will show an equal change in tho opposite direction if the exrhmntlon Is correct The ex nedJtloi utll remain thew for a yeai nntt r l rectum ot Ur jliV t tv vctnry tliu Ke4 Â¬ It llin Knrthit Axis Chungluc happen Very fair How do yon hit i know so much about my jou til N I notice you stick to it Weekly dtl Her Father- - 10I --Their Expectations You say you want to marry my duugr Im ter Well young man what are yii N llIMnt li TIC Hit uuelo of mlnu who has matio mo Knthor Aiw JPM heir will die soon utt O it ra 1 i ibl you know what lien are I think sho has similar in regard to yowrself sir ibade Suitor- oxpocir UnH jjf k HOME HINTS AND HELPS Â¬ A tonspooufitl of wliolo blade mus tard rcc1 will top vomlUnjf In so voro cases a tablespoon ful may bo given Itolloil Mnolcornl Iloll until tlio akin Blips off cattily Uomove tho bones nnd pervo with drawn butter House keeper To tighten cane seat chairs turn up the chair bottom and wash the cano work thoroughly with soapy water Lot It dry In the air ami a soft cloth and It will be linn as when now pro Tided the cano has not been broken Ladles Homo Journal Mako an ordinary layer coko and for the tilling tako three bananas chopped and add pulverized sugar to taste put Into the cake between tho layers It makes a very nice cake for a change although It will not keep nicely more than two days Dressing for linked Klsh From three to five crackers rolled Hue one small cupful of chopped salt pork one tablcspoonful of butter one tonspoon fid of popper bago and summer savory tem ellectttally dispels colds head nehes nnd fevers nnd cures lmbitiml HATS AND BONNETS I am losing llcsh said tho butcher as constipntiou Svrnp of Figs is tho the dog stele a siiioln aleak Washington only romedy ot its kind over pro- Â¬ Some of tlio Spring Style tiro I iilUt and Star ItmutlCul duced pleasing to tho tnsto nnd nc The shon windows are irnv with To nr married is not always to ho merrlcd coptnblo to the stomnch prompt in snrinir hats and bonnets festoons of bright satin and moire ribbons and With many reliflon never gets nbovo the its notion nnd truly beneficial in its ellbcts prepared only from tho most parliuMls or lowers rival mr in deli- Â¬ knees Texas Sidings healthy nml ngrcenhlo substances its cacy and exquisitencsR of coloring tho It Is a mistaken Idci that loud talk gives many excellent tpmlities commend it models from which thij are tone to society liost on Transcript Itrajjrnnt to nil nnd havo mndo it tho most Straws are oven more laev and Fimilt jars should keep strictly to their popular remedy known transparent than those of last year preservoa Hostou Post crowns are absurdly small and rib own oyrup of Figs is for salo hi COo bons with llowers thv favorite decora Tin typewriter is said to be tlio only wom nnd SI bottles by nil leading drug- Â¬ tion A peculiarly vivid yet soft shade an u man has the right to dictate to Bos Any rchahlo druggist who gists of green stands out strongly among ton Journal mny not hnvo it on hand will pro tho fnshiontible tints The pancake Wi learn to lovo with oav teaching euro it promptly for any ono who stylo still prevails and is tilted and twisted m a great vnrlcty of becoming It is reallv easier to pay a bill than to wishes to try it Do not accopt any shirk it shapes substitute Amontr the new hats Is ono of lecru open straw with a sail of luce in CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO IaiQConisit Dnors -- Doing out between tho irontnnu a mast of ribbon at the back acts Union Standard SAN FRANCISCO CAL Tho strings are of ecru satin ribbon NEW YORK NY LOUISVILLE KY A man In a brown study must have wmio ana fastened high up on the hair be object to give color to his thoughts liea neath a rosette Another very spring yuue liko hat of black lace straw was lined 1h gmallaat PHI In Ute World I Ix ease of too much money start a newsjVllh pink chltYon and trimmed with Why do yon suffer paper Texas SI I tings rcen ribbon and pink azaleas from DyiipopKln nml Slclc ltcmluclici Xviulcrlui llfn inUoralilo when tho A dove like Mast of tho applicants tor divorce ne little bonnet is of irrnv remedy In ut your hand f kimwtcdtro that they have mailo a Hour fancy straw scalloped with silver cord mash Sntlonal Weekly will trimmed with gray velvet ribbon and strings and a stiver and pink Aoi should make a woman beautiful Ipsprey A picturesque hat of tine light Pixvrv of tall men mo short looso rnwlins Its crown veiled in green Hen moil tight cold men warm and blgmeu valine silk and encircled with a torsade Philadelphia Record small svlll ipcotlUyrniovnnll thU trouble ngay striped ribbon caught up at the jour food cimlloyoutoutaiulllrcit Impart tho death blow remarked o wiiu nu ohl paste Tins ircvont lu iulnctin mm im buckle and with whalo as is myumo up Tor the lat time LI iVoymwtof llfoto wlileh you Itnvoj ho i ut nils of embroidered llsso round a elus- mirn Guzotto liron nntrMntrrT loo ninnil lrlrfs a cent Onico 30 1ark llnrr N Y oi yellow ostrich tips N Y Sun Mvsy a man Ib considered clover whoso ml Nw CoiKlrtH unit Suntim oulv stook in tnido is other peoples wiU i a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lluely chopped onion for When the Fcrndalc was wrecked House Â¬ those who like the llavor on the Washington const recently tho keeper entire crew went down Vinegar Sauco For a pint of sauce cept three sailors who owewith her ex their lives mix together two cupfuls of Hour and to tho great bravery of a Mrs Edward Pour on White Mrs White lives on tho beach about half a mtmog grated this a gonerous pint of boiling water near where thc wreck occurred and stlrrlnjr all tho while Add two table with surprising heroism she waded out spoonfuls of vinegar and a level tea Â¬ alone luto the breakers and pulled tho spoon fill of salt and simmer for twen exhausted and almost lifeless men Good Housekeeping ty minutes ashore Irish Potato Tie A common sized for teacup of grated row potato and a Irwaro of Ointment MercuryCiitnrrli That tho milk As mercury Contain quart of sweet milk will surely destroy tho sense AVhen of smell mid completely derange the whole boll and stir in grated potato system when catering it through tho mu cool add two or three eggs well beaten Hake cous BHriuiTS Such articles bhuuld never Migar and nutmeg to taste ho used except on from repu without upper crust and eat tho day it table pliypUhuiH us prcHcripttons thoy will do tho dnmngo This makes two pies Ho Is ten fold to tho good you can possibly do is baked rlvu from them llulls Catarrh Cure man trolt Freo Press ufactured J Cheney Raised Doughnuts Three eggs one O containsby Fmercury and In CoToldo no taken inter cup of sugar one third oup of butter nally acting directly upon tho blood and three pints of bread sponge Mix with inuctus surfacos of tho system Jn buying Halls Catarrh Cure bo sure you gut the tlio hand as soft as possible lot it rise Kcnuiuo It is talam Mold again have tho breadboard In Toledo Ohio by F Jinternally A ami madeÂ¬ Co TesCheney floured put the dough on it roll out timonials free lmlf an inch thick and cut out Let CSTSold by Druggists price 3c per bottle Fry in mod thorn raise half cm hour Tiilst men and thoy will bo true to yon erately hot lard Hoston Hudget treat them gently aiul they will show tliom A sheet of glass a window pane selves great -- Emerson for example can bo cut as easily as a Tho Only Ono lvrr Prlntl Ciu You Find sheet of card board Tho secret con tlioWonl sists in keeping the glasstheshenrs and There Is a 3 inch display advertisement the hands under wnter during tho operat- Â¬ In this paper this week which has no two ion The glass can bo cut in straight words nllKo exeept one word Tho same Is true of each new one appearing each week or curved lines without a break or a from Tho Dr Hurler Medicine Co This crack Tins is because tho water house places a Crescent on everything leadens tho vibrations of the shears they make and publish Look for it send thorn the uamu of ttio word and they will and the glass If the least part of the return on book beautiful lithographs or shears comes of the water the vibra Â¬ samples free tion will be sufllcieut to mar the suc Tnrtin was a lire In a lawyers oftlco hero cess of tho experiment totnste Ono Â¬ IXtlna Trftdltlen at th TXattA There was net if early historians missionaries and theologians are to b believed a single tribe of American Ia dlani who had at the time of the white roans advent In the western hemis phere tho least amattcrlne of tradition concerning the life mluUtry and suf J lenngs oi jesus Jiut this does not hold good In rclatlou to the story of Creation tho Tower of Ilabcl and the Flood many of them having traditionary history whloh almost exactly corresponds with tho stories of theso groat events as related In thfl Bible One day Maj Davenport tho govern ment agent for the Musqunktcs was telling some chiefs about Noah the flood and the ark when one of them Interrupted him with Humpl We know that long time Wo was In ca- Â¬ noes all tied together Wo float on heap water We Bond muskrat down one two many times He dive como up Last ho go down and como up with mud In his claw Wo know water going down This wna all tho Infor- Â¬ mation Mr Davenport could elicit from the dusky soer St Louis Republic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Httlnlnr Mark for KmschU To aim tho arrow of spurious Imitation at Is Hostcttors Stomach Hitter Bometlinesthe haft strikes but rebounding destroys like tho fatal shot la Dor FioUchtiU the evil marksman Doware of all looal bitters with or without laboht which are colorable Imi Â¬ tations of that or Hostottora Stomach Hitters or whloh a io represented to equal the great curative and preventive of malaria dyspepsia constipation liver and kidney trouble mid nervousness Insist upoH hav Â¬ ing the genuine Â¬ a Tholr Mft MttlMnlMf w ItvKdmMlogtooHl Mncklarrr L90MIS A BORE WELLS -- DRILL WILL If you pay ns yon go and aro able to go as you pay you will got there Williams port Sun The HUsrtnn lndlMn RcHerratlon In South Dakota will bo opened to settlement on or about April 15th lSJ This reservation comprlsos somo of tho choicest lands In Dakota for farming and sheep raising purposes For dotation Information address W K Powell General Immigration BL Paul Agent Chicago Mllwaukco Hallway Chlcugo 111 Â¬ i Tirrut ema Kl ruUkonlr Noeellnrinorcu flEBJ lnni No Riixtrient Htedr Work OLKN hHO k HoctioUrf Kn Ifllall HniriHMtlPcllllSmlM NYMM flBjliHHct4Mc aTKIUE an Pll Ht er bum pcik whh reUW M TliRHH iHW WDT wtviutwr WWMHUttr OiKblfan4 th t MmUii fiTwy ihktmm HALLS City of Toledo Lucas Co State of Ohio SS1 at i ii be a musician Ho can nover learn to rend tho scalo accurately Ulngtiauiton Hcpubllcau A Â¬ coal dealer cant ftRV Jamts H ConorM pastor M K Church Wilson N C- says 1 have used Hradvcrotlun ami nover In u single instance failed to obtain Immediate relief from head 50o ache when dircutlons woro followed - Â¬ Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner Co doing business in the of the firm of F J Cheney City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALLS CATARRH CURE Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1889 NOTAKIAT Â¬ ther mndu his lortuuo by tho perspiration of his forehead Harvard Lampoon Yes said Mrs Ueaconstrooto my fa- Â¬ Foiitift Feoblo Lungs Agnlnst Winter with Halos Hotiev of llorchound and Tar Pikes Toothache Drops Curo in ono minute mi happy wo would be Ir wo could mo our own good advice Texas Sittings i how SlAL JUCASCOO A W GLEASON NOTARY PUBLIC a It lr you will bo truly happy keep your blood pure votir liver from erowlug torpid by using Deechnms Pills 83 conts a box ell HALLS CATARRH CURE IS TAKEN Â¬ Oivn n man nu Inch nnd ho will tako an but not of toothache INTERNALLY nnd acts directly upon the Blond and mucous surfaces Â¬ Â¬ jSifsSs CATARRH 333r3lXX3VC03NTXuAJCjfl KKV 11 C CO DruirgaMs Horse F U WAlTUALIi Ky siiy Onv Haifa Cutnrrh Cure curca every niic lhat taltcs It CONDITCTOU KLOOMISDotmlt Mich Tliu nffotit of HnUt Catarrh Curo Is ttiiys woudrrtul Wrlto lilm uloiit It - t Twohottlcnof Halltt Catarrh Cure wiuiilot ly curotl my llttlo girl J t SIMPSON Mamucna VV Va Mys Hull h Catarrh Curo cured mo ut u very bad case ot catarrh I CAKSON Scotland Dak says Â¬ Halls Catarrh Cure Is Sold by all Dealers Id Patent Medicines PRICE 75 CENTS THE A BOTTLE CATARRH CURE IS Â¬ ONLY GENUINE HALLS the other day that was caused by a soot in thc chimney Lowell Cornier Both tho method nnd results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is plonsnut nnd refreshing to tho tnsto nnd nets yet fently nnd promptly on tho Kidneys Testimonials sent free Bowels demises tho sysÂ¬ CURE J I MANUFACTURED 1Y F J CHENEY CO TOIjIDX0 WXJ3- uinokk on application BEWAUE OF IMITATIONS o CASE THRESHING MACHINE CO JEl AOX3XnE3 MANUFACrUKKRS OF Woodbury Ironsides Agitator Powers Tread Powers and Saw Frames Swinging Straw Slackers Self Feeders and Dand Cutters Threshers J NAVIUTUIH rUIaVtHrrUMItWrft Portable Saw MILLS TRACTION PORTABLE AND SKID ENGINES allalNaSaSiH CATALOGrin sent liiimin to vnvt ADOIICSH MOTHERS Is a scientific- Â¬ ally prepued Liniment every Ingrc dient ot recognized value and In constant use by the medical profes- Â¬ sion These ingredients are combined In u manner hitherto unknown MOTHHRS FRIPND FRIEND ill Jm -- s Turr Pills Tiny Liver WILL DO all that is claimed for it AND MORI MOTHERS1 MOTHERS FRIEND mailed Latest Styits AU THK L1TUT rAHIB AM TOUK fRHI0X l vxxvx rrxrJB LArtDeLaMode r coLoitin iuatm C70Mtr V AKIT It Shortens Labor Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to Hook to Life of Mother and Child MAMK tills rAftn im Um J U Kail i tit II II UOIIHK tlU IultUhr ltttkNtMaiW Vark Ua iw lot Jr MtwiJftr Ulfil tmatlxf U I uiiimu nml N Y Journal PRICE i Mil silks 2 In my ore the novelties used for lOt A man has to do some lino work Ida Wn lrai nml sell orselets of woolen dresses for spring leinrrtiod tho police court mngls position SoTlTV iliiin nil our coniiMtltnr nml nro mill lit v uru ww rxiiuto trute Washington Sinr LfcAUfcHt vt cul m various fashions some ISO rKciiruTriucmriKorrH tho prettiest being in two points BttO HCOjMaiirnrtotity nibo very hard to oonvlnro It would often Hina OiMtn Uiiirurniilr STiAU lIB hi the back then tapered on tho a voting man deeply in lovo with a dollpht neSHO Tup lliUKyoiilr HKOO Wes almost IO IliiL ar HnruoMonlr 4 T5 to a point In the front to dil clifthat tho tlmo will over como when lluy of Kncturjr Snvo Mlildlo- ho will refiiBO to eat her pie Soiucrvlllo atfit Utullr n iKttnll a1 4lia mnlni nimiilrotlt CaUlanta SIfr w ion tMiiiii iiMiru Vlvi miuiIumiu U 8 BUQQ Y A CART CO wothor of guy plaid slllc on a dark Journal urew is oven all around beglnnuig P wo or three C7tm Inches below the armholes z lor of lnl ienchlllL to hn ii1ri nt HiiHMlP ffN Which curves slightly below the nv e ii m tit ted by a seam down THE PECULIAR EFFECTS OF uiuiioof the back and also down vi vj 18 front Jj ALm nu is hooked on the left Ct s Whalebones are in tho seams of valuable Information nnd voluntary testimonials Sent by express on receipt of pike 9160 per bottl ntaining BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO AtlanlaGi SOLD BY Alata DRUOOXSTS FREE Co- Â¬ 13 Towers Irnproved to AlOIFO Illlttrtiii J to luxir Illl Ul in I RIIRRIFRSat V Wil mfr It CURES of Every Kind Ircopt no BUtistitutt A POSITIVELY O SLICKER O tssi v tl if Qurnutcc4 - PROMPT AND PERMANENT HEADACHE 1 lis corsolni ST JACOBS OIL 17 J F83 1 1 I I A It It icrrccUy iiannlOHn ana contains no pot venous ilruii IH not otTcrcil an n invUtcInu to hullil upwfiik constltutlonn or win tonic It Is ONLY to Curo llraitnclif A trial vrlll con tucoyou Any rcllahtodruvitlst who may not havo Ilriulycrollnoon lmnil will proouro It or it will bo Kent iiontHHlA uion reedpt of nrtco 60 cciitu nml 1 5 W JoftWooIcr f Watch Out Collar I k J TOWtR MfR eOSrON MAM tMU Crttf i Mill nninv iiiviiin 5ryto the cud of the skirt Satin noon two gnnt loops of silk tightly iiw is in the back mid sash ends eil tWelvr ixnlo 11 II 11 l nu font Are Its Prompt and Permanent Cures OKOUOK C 03000D iMnnH wrote Mil MRADYCROTINC MFI 00 MAOON MTX AMI IUU raVTMt9 WiMinii OA top of skirts to serve as a soft Mie skirt is put on above the u f tho corsage and Is fastened a eh on In the back Narrower cr nr Batin ribbon is set plainly on igV oJKOof Mntwl waists nod fulls In vims l Iw rick ili lk The i short fctolre sash u t HIV t ti 11111 llllIU MlYul f U 1 ront of tu crtwnKe Is iK MW with short endsou J k Ir V tt 11 i i - DHEUMA Gronllevme 5b if n nix without tJicm vcUl -i- I BLM V T inno JtmS two t lomi 0 Jnn i DriiRKlsw Lowell laruin it CO liiimo hi 1881 wnlkhm on cruleiin hia leg nntlis Mr Dennis tsivu lilm 8t Jacobs OJl to a cruCMW nml Wunt hmm curcl 0 Ub0 for 5000 Ulf Em El K t W J ON KM Xmini g7 Tl0 rrirpio boe ORRIN ItOniKSON mrol linsrc iialiiccl turtxJ Tho vonnp man 1iii locn ami solo Rgvntir for n rtlclt jUal Ii Hf aea ih oycrr inaiaprHMi- mand nMcr MICLIH AT HIUMTin town urcouHtry HTIivIn tn iUri 3diitfiJr Income tnr th rltfltt iHtrion Jooj womtn vranlixl til lake tho brlfhtiitrsttlemnpr COCOA LABELLED 1 EPPSS QnATlFUL COMrORTINd 2 LI TINS ONLY Ilcit IMfon Itemetty for CHtarrh In the ICuDlcni to Utvc niu Cbiaiot BOILING WATER OR MILK artrr M LAMCBACK by docfom Two HT feaMwItli of fit Jacob Oil curcdnie 8J UK er clironlo Btitch 8uflerctl 5cvcrl W 1PS3 In tlio bathj was given up 8cnWAYGEL lt llle lrner14 Hurar w EH a AaalJaTT rKAMI MM TAriH MmM WW ajHSLfmmm r lUiMir HjirUaHel J Okie B Holit tiy tlrmKlKti or 1C T IIumIUhc Wc enl ty walk Waneu Iil H 1 ANK WH1CN R AMVKKTIMMM lieo i4twthtiit PL1UIK MUtkt WK1TINT IM M U U U4 iMuto iiia iiSBBE ijamwy MTi iblWr4 jtfiMiw Third riivtyt tnftktiktt jmt rf tWe Dew ocrntb mM jUpttfetfefttt flrtl it la be coMiWfttfftrMittiMt tl third party is notniUiifurjtiitkbte in thl State as thd would bo nlHHflwiiht it commenced whenmake to to draw XWUiMb warty hslHti rty You ynVlour Money aMdAuM Your Choice stands to ihW Thus it 3 fc FOll HIM KiuTmV lafiHUl t iz V ASHLAND PARK STALLIONS FOR 1892 BERMUDA 68W Yearllugcxhlhltion 230- j twoycurtld rec ord 221tf three year old reeord 224 - pick out the largest and let tho rest die on tho bunk The dynamiter for tho sake of a few fish of eatable size will Tho kill thousands of smaller sizo gravol banks are oagorly watched at spawning time and every parent fish M led means tho destruction of thousands of little ones Tho attention of our law makers has been drawn to this fact and a vigorous law for tho preservation of fish and gamo is being considered by the Legislature and will doubtless find a place on tho statuto books Tho local game and fish club will mako an earnest effort for the preservation of our fish and thoir efforts should bo seconded by every good citizen Legitimate sport will not bo interfered with and tho pot hunter and the dynamitor must go Winchester Democrat i No Wvnniluif 0 bono of the Georgia Democracy doubt ft good many good Democrats havo K III1S1IH mihiii t0 been led into tho third party by misrep- Oregon iii resentations and prointea hat arc Im lulllLia LI a i possible of fulfillment but the number Total 2011 Vi Total If i Before tho is not alarmingly large mightvjut asjvell hliemlded And Texas is over ft is probable that mort campaign Cleveland t column uaivesion of them will bo back again in tho Demo to the1 News Texas cratic party In fact many who rather leaned towards tho third party havo Some of tho Grand Army boys may bo given up all purpose of joining it They interested iu the following from Alex U liuvo become convinced that it is not C Commander Dept Tenu friendly to tho interests of tho South Pope A D Wo havo had an He euiys and that tho men who aro at tho head of andGa of whooping cough here Stewit aro HopublicauK in principle and are epidemic and Chamberlains Cough more interested in breaking up tho solid art Tenu llemedy has been the only medicine that South and in setting into onico than they There to no danger good are in promoting tho welfare of tho peo-Â¬ has dono any cough when this medi ple There is certainly less reason now from 1hwhooping It completely con- Â¬ freely given for thinking tho third will play an im Â¬ clno tho disease 50 cent bottles for sale trols portant part in tho noxt election than by ltose Jones there was a month ago Tho Alliance farmers are beginning to think tho Dem- Â¬ In this issue a call is issued for con- Â¬ ocratic party is good enough for them vention to choose delegates to tho State yet awhileSavannah New convention where delegates will bo Every family should bo provided with chosen to tho National convention For some reliablo remedy for bowel com- Â¬ a wonder there is but little talk of aspir Â¬ plaints The want of such an article is ants in this district Ono of the protho causo of much suffering especially nounced candidates is Hon John P during tho eummcr months In almost Salyers Ho is evidently a Hill man every neighborhood some ono has died thinly disguised as a Carlisle man Tho with cramps or cholera morbus before people ot this section are lor loveiauuÂ¬ repiiietltcuio couia ue procurea or a pnyai and will seo to it that tho nmn who This is souud iu the faith A fair trial will satisfy resents them clan summoned you that Chamberlaiua Colic Cholera being the caso we hardly think Mr bal Â¬ and Diarrhoea llemedy is unequalled for yers will represent us at tho great gatherthoso diseases It is also a certain cureÂ¬ ing of tho untcrrified Winchester Demfor dysentery and diarrhcea When re- ocrat duced with wator and sweetened it is pleasant to take Children like it For ChnmberlntuiiM Kye nnd Skill Ointment A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes Jones sale by Rose Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old Sunday a car of tho U S Fish Com Â¬ Chronic Sores FeverSores Eczema Itch mission was hero iu charge of Col J Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles Fry Lawrence of Louisville President It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of of tho Stato Fish and Game club and cases have been cured by it after all other Messrs lingers Hasan and Childress of treatment had failed It is put up in 2o Washington City Dalloy of the Courier and 50 cent boxes For salo by Rose fc Journal Allison of Louisville and Swango oetlyl others Fifteen cans of the young fish each containing 120000 wcro distributed Died nt Campton April 24 after a in lied river btrodos creek Stoner and long illness Hon O M HankB aged Lulbegrud Thoy were of tho variety about 78 years Ho was tho father of known as tho piko perch or wall eyed Mrs Chas S Guy of this county and pike a very gamo fish from Lako Erio was ono of tho most influential men in winch frequently attains fifteen pounds tho mountains Ho had served many Our local Pish and Gamo years as Jailer Representative and Com Â¬ in weight club have obtained tho promise of a sup mon Pleas Judiro and when Wolfo coun ply of bass gogglo eyes bream now ty was created spent nearly all his for- Â¬ tiuhts etc for Howards creek Twi- in advocating the chums of Camp Mde Four Milo and other shallow and tuneto bo tho county seat as against Hazel ton moro rapid creeks and also for ponds Winchester Democrat Attention is being dnwn all over tho Green country to our streams as u source of food Iu many of tho older countries the lakes and rivers supply food for a considerable portion of the population and there is no reason why it should not In be the caso here In order to reach this early consummation moro caro in tho preser- Â¬ of our fish must be exercised vation Tho men with seines drag the streams Â¬ Â¬ third party men their txmt about breaking tho back North DnkotiwiMl y IS Minnesota I0 Massachusetts 04 Pontisvlvauia H Nebraska SjNew Â¬ 9 x r 3 Â¬ l Â¬ Ashland Park SIHKDHY HANKKU411I Own brother to Lvmuider sire of Lyfcnnder HnVJOtf Watt 224 William Kearney 220 and LvHitudur Chief 1141 First Dam Cattle latehen trial 2118 Krandan of Chesiiut Wilks 220 hy Mimihrino Prttchen sire of the dam ofdtiv Wilkex 216V Astral 2 18 Hokr Wilkes 2l8f Klvira 2l8J i ileum 2184 llourl 217 and tuentyniuu others in the 2l list Second daui Mainly hy Stanhopes lllood Hawk sire of the dam of Alniont 217jj and Alcy Wilkes 220K Third dain Iattle hv DowuinH Vermont Hire of the dam of Knlgnia 221 Mamhrino ltrnee 240h sire of Kit Iurrv 218 Hell WIInoii 22 OIUs Vermont aire or Homier Hov 22l and aire of the dams of Nellv Abel 224tf Od Uruddhaw 220 I 22H himhettu 225 The King 22 Outlaw 221 Iearl 2U Fourth dam JesNie bv Tlioinas JefTerson He is u beatttifiil black with right hind ankle white stands 15 hand hhh and is a perfect horse all over liuvlni both iiotieaud substance eouibined with the form and finish characteristic of the cross he so well re pre scuts vi llitinbletoniiiuslroaiid Mamhrino Iatchcu dam This cross stands as the very best becauso public performance have de monstrated its value Of its many representatives not one is tho superior of Heroin da lor not one has demonstrated the same ability to train on from year to year beeiu uiiiK with the yearling form None are bet ter ored or better looking Ah a sire his success is assured a out of eight his first crop two entered the list bust year as two vear olds namely Hermudu Hov 2211 half mfle track and ltosemary 22i4 Hermuda Hov belnc one of the larJrst win ning two year olds of 1891 his first uoItH be Judged at this agu no ing foaled iu 18Si stallion ever sired more uniform natural He gaited colts with speed unprecedented will stand for mares season of 18U2 at 200 TO INSritK fho money to be paid as fol 100 ut the time of service and the lows other 9100 when the mare proves in foal being limited to thirty outside mares Parties wishing to breed to him hud better book their mares early Â¬ Â¬ tftlrtl heat foil ry ear old record 222 fourth heat five yejir old record 220 sixvear old trial 217 Black home lol hand hiith foaled June lf 1883 Hred at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FAYETTE WILKES 203C Â¬ SlltKI HY UEOllQK WILKES 222 Guv Wilkes Sire of Horrv Wilkes 218 Wilson 215J Mlku Wilkes pacer 2lfi So so 2 17K Wilcox pacer 215 Joe Hosa Wllkta 218K Wilton 210 Inhibition trial Oct 0 1880 223 Hay horse 15 hands 8 inches high foaled May A 1878 The handsomest sou of his great sire nnd tiie handsomest of any trotting bred iu the United States 2ll Tom Kogcr 220 Ae First dam Hally Hamlet winner oftwovenr Hay Sltilllon foaled May I 18SI hred at old Hamlet stakes iu l87o bv Hamlet sire Ashland Park of liorctla F 2t8 A V Piuitlliiil 22K SIKKI HY HAPPY MKIMIM 400 Truro purer 222L Iadv M 22 Leon Sire of Nnucy Hanks 20 Marie Cobb tine 22K HrookMde Flora 221 and the Kddle C pacer 220 Norman Medium lami of Thornless 218Kvelone 221V 220 Cnmllle 2tt Uhh Medium 220k Hrigadler 2 21 tlrauby22n 5raeettl 22oi nnd Ham Harry Medium 221k lctta22J Edith 222 First Love 222 14 Krut tt Second dam Sal dam of Coaster 22tl Cap Mltravera2224 Ac tain Clay Driftwood and grundnm of Ilrst dam Mamie West dam of Cuimnln Marlowe pacer 21 by Canada Chief tliieeynrold record 285 Adeline 2tl l- W est Hank 287 tore ol dams of Governor 21 and Joe three vears old Ac bv Hooker sire Maud Maeev217itf me esi v siru oi lewett ii4 Chnr Third dam the dam of Sole that produced ley Fi lei 210 M Frank Champ 211 Hj Hlanche hurley West 227v Huchel 11 228i Ac by Imp Yorkshire sire of the dam of Ashland Chief sire of lilnck also hire dams or Mollle Wilkes 222 p Cloud 217K Allle Wilkes 222 11 ltiuen 220 14 Wes Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred Wilkes 228 Ac sire of Prince 227 j ten miles iu 2808 Second dam Madam 1 end ley dam or Mis The fee of Fayette Wilkes is within the Mabel winner two year old Kentucky reach of all ami lower than that of tuiv Hrecders Stake 1881 and Hapldau dniu ol locklmrt 214 horse o equal merit in Kentucky by Stanhopes Edwin HllbOII Forrest 81 sire of llarrv Stanhope 281 UHor200TO INSlUK son of Edwin Forrest lit sire of Hlllv Hos kins 228 14 Champagne 280 aiid the dams of So So 217 1 hi in or All S AVEST 220 Maiubriuo Dudley 2ll London Out or the dam or Hlack Cloud 17U his 220 J e Third dam Mrs Stanhope bv Mamhrino sire out of the dam or Wilson 2 Ml Ha v horner foaled Marcli 81 188 Clilef II sire of Lady Thorn 218 Wooib Hred at Ashland Park lord Maiubriuo 221 and four others His sons sired Loudon 220la lancoiist SlltKI HY AHDUJAH WK8T 2WI sire or Patron 214 221 and 71 oth Sire of Wilkin 227 His daughters produced Piedmont er Flr dam the dam or Hlack Cloud 2l7i 217 14 Director 217 sire of Direct by Pilot Walker pacer 218 11 pacing 205 Mnrgnret S 212 Js Second dam the hike Pacing Mare kv and 21 others iu the 80 list Xoti Abdullah West 2VCJ hv Allle West Fourth dam hy Hunts Commodore sire of first dam Miw Coons dam of Wilson JltlK dams or Commodore Hclmont hire of ur by Clark Chief second dam Ohio bv ne Helle 228 Doneaster 228 14 Oera American Clay third dam brought from nium 2 281 Ac and Mamhruuelloireo Ohio and rcnresuiited to be hv Hrowns Sadie Howe 220 Tom Hntton 220 Ac Helirounder Ahdallah West died at six Filth dam by Copierbottoin graudsire of years old He was the most promising ihim of iSosiillud 221 and Donald 227 colt I ever bred j XOTK Haniiy West is a rich maliogaiiv Wet Cloud is a rich miilinimnv lmv IS bay III hands 2 iielies high and a horse of hands 2 inches with black mane and tail el t style with as good iwtion as nnv ami niacK legs extending above knees and uppy Medium ever sired as at two ocks lie is u nowerful v built horse for years old he could trot in 240 and would his height and has the most finished set ofi lmvi imttxl in linn tin- v nVv lnl It reel and legs it is possible to get on a horse not been for an accident on the cars bv or any breed As a two year old he gave which one or his hind legs was injured evidence or being possessed or remarkable causing him to have to be thrown out of speed as with little handling he trotted a training In this horse I have the utmost and miles iu his work confidence as a great sire being by Happy hnlj mile in 118 in 240U At three vears old he was not Medium om ot tli iiumi nntiiiiif tlu hiiuo trained owing to a very severe attack of of Hamhletoniaii and out of a daughter of pink eye He also did no work on tli track the great Allle West the second dam is the as a fourvear old Asa tive yearobl he was dam of Miss Mnbel and Hapidan who is her jogged and trained lightly more for the pur first colt produced Ioekhart with a record pose of ascertaining if he was entirelv re of 214 4 It is my intention to stand Happy covered than with a view ot testing his West the season ot 1892 at 0 INSCHANcK speed iu a few mouths he trotted a foil thus affording an opportunity to fanners ami mile in 288 and half in The season breeders to secure the services of one of the ISOOhe served a tw mares of my own greatest speed producing representatives iu and was not put to work until September the country at a nominal price as he will br and his improvement was most remarkable limited to 80 mares Parties wishing to breed He repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and I to him should apply early No other son of am fully convinced he will with a seasons the great Happy Medium nut of as good a training trot in 220 I will let him serve dam stands at such a low figure but I am twenty mares season of 1802 outside of ten determined to let the public test his merits of my own at 30 IXSUHANCK Money as a sire believing in the near future he wilt due when mare proves to be iu foal be among the best iu the country Hunker 2 1 Flora Wilkes pacer 210 HAPlY WEST 5414 2iai s J 22h 1 1 1 1 CLOUD 3193 1 1 1 1 Â¬ I - lr i Â¬ Â¬ lli I breed souud highly finished Mares bred bv tho season not proving in foal have the usual nrivileiris of return trotters and have for sale high bred colts and fillies out of producing dams by a greater number of prominent sires than nnv tarm In the lami For sale at prices based on actual individual merit I wish to farmor breed on the shares twenty approved mares For further infer AStllaild Pafk FaTITIt LeXillgtOIl Kf regular rates Mares kept application i B J TREAQY- CONSUMPTION its can be cured by the prompt use of It soothes Do Business With a Home Institution THE CLAY CITY stages National banK CLAY CITY KY Ayers CherryPectoral the inflamed tissues aids expectoration and hastens recovery Capital FLOYD DAY 50000 HHHPVv GOLD DUST BBfl Dr J C 4 Ayer Co Lowell Mass FRANK 11 KU8SKIL Cashier President l wtRIvji i mptSrsti11 No Hank iu Kastern Kentucky has better m vaults nor better facilities for keeping your account Managed entirely by home people who know you and who are always ready to This combined young stallion will make accommodate you the season ot 181L at our statues in lliue Mr Money to loan on reasonable rates i r KV and will serve mares at TKX i Call on us DOIXAI TO lNSlllti A LIVING COLT money due when the mare loins wmi u neu on edit until the money is paid or if the mare is parted with or bred to another hoie the money Is then due fc JIORREST- - BTONEWALL LOUIS STIX WHO CO TJiero is ono roraedy which every fam- Â¬ ily should keep on hand John Carpen- Â¬ ter of Woodland Indiana says of it I triod Chamborlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhcea Remedy for diarrhcea and soyoro cramps and pains iu tho stomach and bowels with tho best results In tho worst cases I nover had to give more than tho third dose to effect a cure Iu most oases ono dose will do Besides its other good qualities it is pleasant to 15 and 60 cent bottles for sale take o A HEAR BIGSTAFF DKHKKS IN ATTORNEYS AT LAW MT STERLING KY Practice iu tho courts of Montgomery and adjoining counties and iu the Court of peals and Federal Courts Dry Goods notions H H STAMPER CAMPION KY ATTORNEY AT LAW Ofiers his professional services to the cltl xeiiH by Rose Jones Tho smoke of the recent primary Con Â¬ gressional canvass has hardly cleared away and tho echoes of it aro still re- Â¬ verberating among tho hills yet the necessity ot a now one to thoso who as- Â¬ pire to represent us in tho next Congress impel them to commenco looking after their fonces It is probablo that Mr Kondall will asplro to succeed himself Hon O M Brooks of Mt Sterling is reaching out aftor tho prize for the third or fourth timo Clark will assuredly present tho namo of Judgo Lisle again and Mr Boles of Piko and perhaps othors are in tho hands of their friends Judge Lislo has received assurances of support from many parts of tho district and wo firmly believe ho will bo a winner When wo rcmomber what a magnificent canvass ho made beforo when compara- Â¬ tively unknown and in tho faco of the sentiment that tho dead Congressmans son shoind fill out his term and add to this his faculty of making friouds wher-Â¬ ever heroes wo fcol that wo havo good grounds for this confidence Yes Judge Lisle will be our next Congressman Winchester Democrat AGuarHHtoert Remedy Megriniino tho only permanent euro for all forms of headache and nouralgia reliefs tho pain iu from 10 to 1M ntlii- utw For salo on positive guarantee at Tmk Ukuaxd office or sent postpaid by mail ou receipt of price 60 cents a box make collections and remittances promptly of Walfe nnd adjoining counties Will pirtKj itf nay WIVeTo l V ifJStfSKSu i LK rvr TV V Cal Co Cal Feb 1869 My boy 13 years old was so atioted by Bi Vitus Dance that he oould not go to school for a years Two bottlos of Pastor Koealga Nervo TOnlo restored bis health and he Is now at- Uudlnt school fttiais MICHAEL OCONNEL 8am Andhkas St Tlttts Inrace Cared e tSS VIII would have 6 or 7 fits ovory ill boars Iibuhj dlatoly after uln Pastor Koeala Kerve locale the ipasaM decreased In number and In less than tvo wooks from taking the first dose thoy entirely ceased Before tulng this modiebae her tulnd was very wtak but now mind and mom wry aro fully restored and aba is entirely cured remedy M tb s fit by tho use of this MBli My A Vorj DhiI Caso East Nkwmarkkt Md Marsh a 199L daughter bad epilepsy so eovoro that she FREE 0JT nVYCO J li ANDKlJWti A VaIhhWb Hook em Nervous WIIOhlSSALE DllY GOODS CIiAUENDON to Disease tent freecan say address NOTIONS HOOTS SHOES c Cur Limestone and Short 8b aito gwaih and moot puenw tkM Hietitalaa free or enars LrxixotoN Ky CATLKTTSnUltO KY ffOly Ttil tmtiiit hn Imihi r r ror nTiic d bytbe Keveread aan Mace ur aaa pAitor Koeair 01 II HOSWELL PnoiMUKTon uaoer tua uueeuou r we utuow forget tho fact that you can There has been added an Annex with 20 w4wv vS KOENIQ MED CO Chicago IIU best writing paper at this ofllco large well ventilated rooms Street Cars are Mild at tliia ollico at VVv wiw IiCtNUv hi Located door overv live minute pass the SaMWyIrHrKitaatlvwBattta ami tle best noucU iii town nt c apltcr within two squares of depot Job printing cheap at this ofllce - trtt are uiisiirmivel He was h red bv Senator Hlaekburii he h Dillard Iludley he by John Iilhird the graudsire of mil Ihoinn sou reeord 2 HI Kric McCloml ami McK with records better than 2 i IIU dam was Third lluce and Union Sts sired hv the Phillips horse the sire of 111 tie CINCINNATI O Jeans he hy Hen Taylor Ac Also at the same stables will be found the We enrrv the goods that will suit your clcguiitlv hred young trotting Stallion trade and our prices urc T1IK IOW1CST Sjncial attention to mail orders Who will serve a limited number of ap proved iiiaif at TKN DOIXAlS TO IN SFKK A LIVING COLT on same terms as Livery Feed and Sale Stable above HKSlillTlON ANli IKDIOIIKK POST HOY Jit was sired ly Tost Hoy HAZEL GREEN T xr i rl oOi In in Miiirii sire of I Ieinill ic 215 Alice Stoner 22 Mystery 221 iuyioub lo iind Qi1 8 rM by Strathmore Kigs am f Santa Clans 217 e Tucker 210 V iv for hire Parties in i - 0nt i J li ed to any point on reason Hisiio- - V ill miiiiiiMa 218 it llummer 2 Hi Charles able terms Derbv 2 20 Faustino 220 llouuie Wilmore a number of1 ii Hlareberry 221 erl will also attend to all calls for auc- others iu the 230 IM s and HOY lit U HOST solicit busine of this kind tioneering and cars n beautiful chestnut with no marks Respectfully Ac Mav loth IM2 15 hands 1 Inches high old JOHN III lUKHATT mid gives promise or hefng iicarti irom in among trotters Any one who is f a T WOOD the future DAY 001 with Shiners Post Hoy will readily familiar 11 F HAY recognize Post Hoy Jr ATTORNEYS AT LAW And last but not least will be found at Ofllce over Fxchaugo Hank the same stables tho well known and highly Mavhvlllu SL Mt Sterling Kv nppreeialcd JACK Practice iu Montgomery Iouell Menifee Wolfe Breathitt itowan Magoilin and Mor gan counties and Supurior Court and Court Who will serve mares at TKN DOLLAHS of Appeals TO INSlllti A LIVING COLT on mine terms as above described This Jack has n aiAUPIN superior as a good breeder WITH Care will be taken to prevent nceidonH hut we will not be responsible should nnv oc nKSCKIPTlON AND rKDIOURK iOlD DLST is 7 vears old theSSth day of 1 Mhv hands hieh a beautiful chest nut Willi star and white hind feet beautiful mane and tail IU power stvle and action ls2 IteiMirtl 240 This combined stallion will make tla season of W at 10 TO INSFItK A UN INCi COLT money due when the ninrr fonlk is parted with or bred to another horse with a lien on the colt until the sea son money is paid This stallion will be at the stables or J H one mile from w the first ami Cecil third weeks of each mouth and at Henrys 2- - miles west of West Liberty on Cuney the second and fourth weeks of each mouth Â¬ o POST BOY JR J PIERATT DKSCKIPTION AND PKDIORKK Hay with black points se en years old this spring 10j hamhhigli Sireif by Muni brino Forrest lie by Ned ForruM Jr lie by Sims Ned Forrest be bv Alexanders hduin Forrest 1st dam hv Slambrino Chief 2ml dam bv Virginia Whip Id dam by Sir Archie Forrest stonewall VIM dam by llrown Stonewall 2d dam b Tom Crowder hi otuii bv Halls Coppcrhottnm 4th dam by Old Fanev bv Old llrow u Pilot Jood care will he taken or mares left wllli us hut we will not he responsible for acre Â¬ dents should any occur CKCILHKNinKv West Liberty fA 1 - 1 ZyHi Â¬ - Wwm 6 to rihi I T 1 WTI - This combined voting Stallion will ink In the iircxut season of 1MI2 r3 II ael irccn at the stable of David II I at tiie low price of Insure a Living Colt w Â¬ GEN JOHN MORGAN Monev due a lien ou colt Tom IKrii will he I years idd the lii v dav of Mav He is 1GS liands hiirh hns color and can show a three minute He is also a line saddle horse 1 r lie was sired hy tiie well known Illilmi he bv the Phillips hore horse o dam was by Hiackhawk and she out l i mare bv ifav Hassiugcr lie by the when colt Is Inalcd alive uhtil season money is paid HN D H CARPENTER THE horse a standard bred horse that tooiM Illinois The Prater lmre was out ru ehrated Virginia mate r Tom Ckcii is a good individual I lo liniiiilKi- - mill Ills COU jug li iw Iln In large good color and show line eoinhl qualities atfk All care will be taken to prevent V dents but should any occur I oSh I responsible April s 1M2 DONT msMR tsrl itirs r v Miyfc v m war ra it c mi friir third party men commenced to mako their bofWW About breaking the back Â¬ No bone of the Georgia Democracy doubt a good many good Democrats have been led into tho third party by misrep reaentations and promises that aro im Â¬ possible of fulfillment but tho number Before tho is not alarmingly large campaign is over it is probable that mort of them will be back again in the Demo- Â¬ cratic patty In fact many who rather leaned towards tho third party have iven up all purpose of joining it They uivo oecome convinced that it is not friendly to tho interests of tho South and that tho men who aro at tho head of it aro Hopublicans in principle and are more interested in breaking up the solid South and in getting into office than they are in promoting the wolfarc of the peo- Â¬ ple There ia certainly less reason now lor thinking the third will play an im- Â¬ portant part in tho next election than there was a month ago Tho Alliance farmers are beginning to think tho Dem- Â¬ ocratic party is good enough for them yet awhile Savannah News -- it ia be that the third party is RfoidtflslHiid comiJivjtjiprit not qkKt a formidable in thin State as Xnrtli Dakota M iiinesuta many thdtfght It would be when the Massachusetts to drw toTfwuWtrpHtf ocratfc JnhI IbpM MkMM partie NwUiMiVfMiWwi party natti iiii ty 1 i You VnyH ur nfiinhy nHlYott Take X Youi- - CHolf AW begun the fletri Thus it Htnnds to duo von mrcvKiAM i i riw 8 fork ft uiiiiini iAJ 1 ASHLAND PARK STALLIONS FOR 1892 m i BERMUDA 6874 two year c Id rec Yearling exhibition 231 throe year old record 224 J ord 220 third hent four year old record 222 five ytyir old record 220 K fourth hent slx vear old trial 217 Hlnck horse lii3 hand high fouled June 15 1883 Bred at Ashland Park SIRKDHY UANKKK4144 Own brother to Lvtmmlcr sire of Lysaudcr William Kearney Watt 224 Jlov 220 220 J and Lvsunder Chief 11 10 First Dam Inttle Patchcn trial 2U8grandan of Chcsnut Wilka 220 by Miimbrino Patchcn sire of thu dam ofGuv Wilkes 216K Astral 2 18 Rosa Wilkes 218 Cleora 218 Hour 217 Klvira 2I8 and twenty nine others in the 230 list Second dan Mandy by Stanhopes Hlood Hawk sire of the dam of Aiinont 2l7ji and Alcy Wilkes 220 Third dam Pattie by Downings Vermont sire of the dam of Enigma 221 Mainhriiio Hruce 24K sire of Kit Curry 218 Gills Vermont siroof licit Wilson r Homier Hnv 223 and sire of the dams of Nellv Abel 224V Col Uruilsliaw 220 L 223K Uambettu 220 The King 221 Outlaw 22 K Pearl 230 Fourth dam Jessie by Thomas Jefferson He is u beautiful black with right hind ankle white stands 15 hand hlh and is a perfect horse all over having both none and substance combined with the form and finish characteristic of the cross he so well represents viz Utiiiibletoniau sire and Matnbrino Patchcn dam This crows stands as the very best because public performances have demonstrated its value Of its many representatives not one is the superior of Heriuu da for not one has demonstrated the same ability to train on from year to year begin niiiK with the yearling form bone are better bred or better looking As a sire his success is assured ns out of eight his first crop two entered the list last year as two vear olds namely Bermuda Hov 220 half mile track and Rosemary 22 Bermuda Boy being one of the lurgrst win ning two year olds of 1891 his first uolts be ing foaled in 188U Judged at this age no stallion ever sired more uniform natural He gaitcd colts with speed unprecedented will stand for mares season of 1802 at 200 TO INSntK the money to be paid as fol 100 at the time of service and the lows other 100 when the mare proves in foal being limited to thirty outside marcs Parties wishing to breed to him had better book their mares early Â¬ h 0 18 5rv t0 w 1 Pennsylvania Nebraska Wvomiinr 0 Kansas Oregon - 20 ji IndiamuiY 30 Tofalil to the Cleveland column Texas News 72 Total And Texas might just as well jlto added 2ol ft umyuaiuii Some of the Grand Army boys may be interested in the following from Alex B Pope A D O Commander Dept lenn We have had an andGa He says epidemic of whooping cough here Stew art Tcnn and Chamberlains Cough Remedy has been the only medicine that There is no danger has done any good whooping cough when this medi from Â¬ Â¬ ii cine is freely given It completely con- Â¬ trols the disease 50 cent bottles for sale by Rose Jones vention to choose delegates to the State convention where delegates will bo For chosen to tho National convention a wonder there is but little talk of aspir Â¬ ants in this district One of the pro- Â¬ nounced candidates is Hon John P Salyers Ho is evidently a Hill man thinly disguised as a Carlisle man The people of this section are for Cleveland and will see to it that the man who represents them is souud in the faith This being the case we hardly think Mr Sal- Â¬ yers will represent us at the great gather- Â¬ Winchester Dem- Â¬ ing of tho uuterrified ocrat Â¬ In this issue a call is issued for a con- Â¬ Â¬ Every family should be provided with some reliable remedy for bowel com- Â¬ plaints The want of such an article is the cause of much suffering especially during tho tfummor months In almost every neighborhood some one has died with cramps or cholera morbus before medicine could bo procured or a physi- Â¬ cian summoned A fair trial will satisfy you that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Ilemedy is unequalled for thnso diseases It is also a certain cureÂ¬ When refor dysentery and diarrhoea duced with water and sweetened it is pleasant to take Children like it For ChnmberlnluiiH Kyo nnd Skin Ointment A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes sale by Rose Jones Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old Sunday a car of the U S Fish Com- Â¬ Chronic Sores FeverSores Eczema Itch mission was here in charge of Col J Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles Fry Lawrence of Louisville President It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of of the State Fish and Game club and cases have been cured by it after all other Messrs Rogers Hagan and Childress of treatment had failed It is put up in 25 Washington uuy uauey or me courier nnd 50 cent boxes For sale by Roso oct9yl Journal Allison of Louisville and Swango others Fifteen cans of the young fish each containing 120000 were distributed Died at Campton April 24 after a in Red river tetrodes creek Stoner and long illness Hon C M Hanks aged Lulbegrud They wero of the variety about 78 years Ho was the father of known as the pike perch or wall eyed Mrs Chas S Guy of this county and pike a very game fish from Lake Erie one of tho most influential men in which frequently attains fifteen pounds was mountains He had served mauy tho in weight Our local Fish and Gamo years as Jailer Representative and Com- Â¬ club have obtained the promise of a sup Â¬ mon Pleas Judge and when Wolfe counply of bass goggle eyes bream new ty was created spent nearly all his forlights etc for Howards creek Tw in advocating the claims of Camp Mile Four Mile and other shallow and tuneto be the county seat as against Hazel ton more rapid creeks and also for ponds Green Winchester Democrat Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FAYETTE WILKES 2036 Exhibition trial Oct 9 183G 223 15 hands 3 inches high foaled Xlay 3 1878 The handsomest sou of his great sire and the handsomest of any trot- Â¬ ting bred in the United States SIKEI BY GEOKGE WILKES 222 Sire of Hnrrv Wilkes 2134 Guy Wilkes 2151 Mike Wilkes nacer 2153 Wilson 216K So so 217K Wilcox pacer 216K Kosa Wilkts 218K Wilton 210K Joe Bay horse Â¬ Eddie C inteer 220 Norman Medluw Brookshlc Flora 22l and the tine 223 220 Cnmllle 220K lliite Medium 2 dams of Thornless 218Kivclone 223 Urauhy 225J4 Graceful 2254 and Hani Edith 222 j First Love 222 1 4 13tuf letta 2251 uiHjj Mnltravera 222 H v Second dam Sal dam of Conster22tlK Cap tain Clay Driftwood and gmndiun of First dam Mamie West dam of Cupank TC three ycarold record 235 AdeHiic23i Marlowe pacer 215 by Canada Chief est Bank 237 three years old c sire ol dams of Governor 230 and Joe - i f VT in it- mu ncia ri- nuu inr leweiizinj tligrn i Ac Hooker lre Miuul Maccy 217 ley Frlel 210 1 4 Frank Champ 210 14 Third dam thr dam of Sofo that produced Charley Went 227 Rachel B 228 4i Blanche 225K by Imp Yorkshire Mreof also sire dams of Mollie Wilkes 22 ithe dam of Ashland Chief sire of Black Allie Wilkes 222 L4 Unven 220 1 4 yt Cloud 217K Wilkes 228 4 v Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred Second dam Madam Headier dam of MU wire of Prince 227 VI ten miles in 2SUS Mabel winner two year old Kentucky Tho fee of Fayette Wilkes is within the Breeders Stake 1881 and Kapldun daii reach of all and lower than that of any of Lnckhnrt 214 by Stanhopes EiIwm horse of equal merit in Kentucky Season Forrest 851 sire of Harry Stanhope 281 U0or200TO I NSC HE son of Edwin Forrest 40 sire of Billy Hs kins 221 1 4 Champagne 230 mid the dams of So So 217 1 4 dam of AII- 5195 2204 Mainbriuo Dudley 219 London Out of the dam of Black Cloud 217K his 22lHtfe Third dam Mrs Stanhope bv Mnmbrtnn sire out of the dam of Wilson 210 Chief II sire of Lady Thorn 218 WomV Bav horse foaled March 31 1834 Bred at ford Mambriuo 22t4 and four other Ashland Park His sous sired London 2204 Paiiconnt SIKEI BY ABDALLAH WEST 2583 sire of Patron 214 1 4 and 79 ouV 221 Sire of Wilkin 227 ers His daughters produced Piedmont First dam the dam of Black Cloud 217 217 1 4 Director 217 sire of Direct by Pilot Walker pacer 218 1 4 pacing 20G Margaret S 212K Second dam the tluke Pacing Mare Ac and 21 others in the 30 list Xotk Abdullah West 2583 bv A Hie West Fourth dam by Hunts Commodore sire of first dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson J1JK dams of Commodore Belmont sire of r by lark Chief second dam Ohio by ne Belle 223J Doncaster 228 1 4 flera American Clay third dam brought from ilium 2 28 1 and Mambruuellnsireif Ohio and represented to be by Browns Sadie Howe 220 Tom Bntton 22a c Bellfounder Abdullah West died at six Fifth dam by Coppcrlinttom grandsire of years old He was the most promising dam of Kosaliud 221 i1 and Donald 227 colt I ever bred Notk Happy West is a rich mahogauy West Cloud is a rich mahogany bay 15 bay 10 hands 2 iiches high and a horse if hands 2 Inches with black mane and tail elegant style with as good iwtion us anp and black legs extending above knees and son Happy Medium ever sired as at two hocks He is a powerfully built horse for years old he could trot in 240 and would his height and has the most finished set of have trotted in 230 at three years old had it feet and legs it is possible to get on p horse not been for an accident on the cars bv of any breed As a two year old he gave which one of his hind legs was injured evidence of bchn possessed of remarkable causing him to have to be thrown out of speed as with little handling he trotted a training In this horse I have the atiuon half mile in 118 1 5 and miles in bis work confidence as a great sire being by Ilapnv in 241j At three years old he wos not Medium one of the most noted of the soui trained owing to a very severe attack of of Hambletoniau and out of a daughter of pink eye He also did no work on th track the great Allie West the second lain is the as a four year old As a five year old he was dam of Miss Mabel and Kapidau who is her jogged and trained lightly more for the pur first colt produced Lockbart with a record pose of ascertaining if he was entirely re of 214 It is my intention to stand Ilappr covered than with a view of testing his West theseason of 1892 at 50 INSUKANCrl speed In a few months he trotted a full thus aflonling an opportunity to farmers ami mile in 238 and half in 115 The season breeders to secure the services of one of the 1890 he served a tew mares of my own greatest speed producing representative in and was not put to work until September the country at a nominal price as lie will be and his improvement was most remarkable limited to 30 mares Parties wishing to breed He repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and I to him should apply early No other son of am fully convinced he will with a seasons the great Happy Medium out of as good a training trot in 220 I will let him serve dam stands at such a low figure but I am twenty mares season of 1802 outside of ten determined to let the public test his merit of my own at 50 INSURANCE Money as a sire believing in the near future he will due when mare proves to be in foal be among the best in the country Â¬ Tom Itogers 220 Ac 18SU bred m First dam Sally Hamlet winner of two year Bay Stalllolifoiiled May Ashland Park old Hamlet stakes in 1875 bv Hamlet sire SIKEI BY HAPPY MKMLM jm of Lorctta F 218i A V Pantllnd 22lK Truro pitcer 222 tf Lady M 223 Leon Sire of Nancy Hanks 20 May le Cobb 213k 1 Dutiker2lK Flora Wilkes pucer2lDM HAPPY WEST 54U f u 1 ifi - 1 -- 1 WEST CL0DD Â¬ Â¬ Attention ia being drawn all over tho country to our streams as a source of food In many of tho older countries I breed sound highly finished trotters and Marcs bred by the season not proving in foal have the usual privileges of return have for sale high bred colts and hllies out of producing dams by a greater number of prominent sires than any farm in the land Forsale at prices based on actual individual merit I wish to faruTor breed on the shares twenty approved mares For further infor urappifeatK Do B J TREACY Ashland Park Farm Lexington Ky tho lakes and rivers supply food for a considerable portion of the population and there is no reason why it should not bo tho case here In order to reach this consummation moro care in the preser vation or our hah must bo exercised The men with seines drag the streams pick out the largest and let the rest die on tho bunk The dynamiter for the sake of a few fish of eatable size will Tho kill thousands of Hmaller size gravel banks are eagerly watched at spawning time and every parent fish hi led means tho destruction of thousands of little ones The attention of our law makers has been drawn to this fact and n vigorous law for the preservation of fish and gamo is being considered by the Legislature and will doubtless find a place on the statute books The local game and fish club will mako an earnest effort for tho preservation of our fish and their efforts should bo seconded by evory good citizen Legitimate sport will not bo interfered with and the pot hunter and tho dynamiter must go Winchester Domocrat Thoro is one remedy which every fam ily should keep on hand John Carpen- Â¬ ter of Woodland Indiana says of it I tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for diarrhoea and soyero cramps and naius in the stomach and bowels with the best results In tho worst cases I never had to give moro than tho third dose to effect a cure In most cases one doso will do Besides its other good qualities it is pleasant to 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale take by Roso Jones CONSUMPTION early stages in its Business With a Home Institution THE CLAY CITY can be cured by the prompt use of It soothes National banK CLAY CITY KY Ayers CherryPectoral Capital FLOYD DAY FItANK 1 50000 BJB the inflamed tissues aids expectoration and hastens recovery Or J C Ayer Co Lowell Mass RUSSELL Cashier President No Dank in Kastern Kentucky hus better vaults nor better facilities for keeping your I account Managed entirely by home people who know you and who are always ready to This combined young stallion will make accommodate you the season of 18J at our stables in Hazel af Money to loan on reasonable rates Green KV and will serve mares at TKN Call on us DOLLARS TO INSURK A LIVING COLT money due when the mare foals with a lien on edit until the money is paid or if the marc is narted with or bred to another horse the money Is then due SxK VS GOLD DUST 4orrest -iJ Stonewll LOUIS STIX W1IOIKSAIK CO k v Tho smoko of the recent primary Con gresaional canvass has hardly cleared away and tho echoes of it aro still re- Â¬ verberating amouat tho hills yet the necessity or a now one to thoso who as pire to represent us in tho next Congress impol them to commence looking after their fences It is probablo that Mr Kendall will aspiro to succoed himself Hon 0 M Brooks of Alt Sterling ia reaching out after tho prize for the third or fourth timo Clark will assuredly present tho namo of Judge Lislo again and Mr Boles of Pike and perhaps others aro in tho hands of Jioir friends Judge Lislo has received assurances of support from many parts of tho district and wo firmly believe ho will bo a winner When wo remember what a magnificent canvass ho mado before when compara- Â¬ tively unknown and in tho face of the sentiment that tho dead Congressmans son 8houd fill out his term and add to tlil his faculty of nrnkinir friends wher ever he goes wo feel that wo have good Yes Judge grounds for this confidence will be our next Congressman Lisle Winchester Democrat ATGuBrHiitfieil Itemed Megrimino tho only permanent euro for all forms of headache and neuralgia iiO mlu V relieves tho pain in from 15 to guarantee at A iitw Fpr sale on posillyo V Thk Hkkald office or sent postpaid by wail on receipt of price 50 ceutsa box rm power siyie anu acuon IIIIIIK- illlll tail are unsurpassed He was sired by Senator MT STERLING KY Rlackbiirn he by Dillard Dudley he by Practice in the courts of Montgomery and John Dillard the grandsire of Phil Thomp adjoining counties and in the Court of son record 210 Eric Met loud and Nick with records better than 22i His dam was peals and Federal Courts Third Race and Union Sts sired bv tho Phillips horse the sire of Rlue CINCINNATI O Jeans lie bv Gen Taylor c A H STAMPER Also at the same stables will be found the We carry the goods that will suit vour clcguiitly bred young trotting Stallion trade and oir prices are THE LOWKST AT Special attention to mail orders CAMPTON KY Who will serve a limited number of ap Offers his professional services to the citi proved mines at TEN DOLLARS TO IN zens of Wolfe and adjoining counties Will SURE A LIVING COLT on same terms as make collections and remittances promptly Stable above - O REAR WGSTAFF LAW ATTORNEYS AT DKAIRRH IX Dry Goods notions H nKKClUPTtON AND IKPIOrEK GOLD DUST is 7 years old the 28th day of May 1M2 11 hands high a beautiful chest nut with star and white hind feet beautiful Â¬ Record 240 This combined stallion will make m season of 1892 at 10 TO INSlRK A LlV ING COLT money due when the iwrt foals is parted with or bred to ntiotnw horse with a lien on the colt until tliew anu mouev is paid This stallion will be at the stables of J Jj Cecil one mile from Fzel the Hrst and third weeks of each month and at 11 VK IiblTlV nlliu nut rt ti III15 ITI HVHII n I Caney the second and fourth week -I eacli inoutli Ttnv o Â¬ ATTORNEY LAW DESCRIPTION AND PKDIGREL om wU uiiwL- miiiitu wcvcii vears thisspring 10JU bauds high Sireif byMw brino Forrest he bv Ned Korrot Jr M Sims Ned Forrest he bv Alexanders ra Forrest 1st dam bv Mambrinn ChieM10 dam by Virginiu Whip Id dam hy Sir Af I POST BOY JR iV Â¬ J PIERATT I Livery Feed and Sale I 1 St My P cS0 IVeToi My boy 13 yoars old was so affooted by St Vitus Dance thai he could not go to school lor a years Two bottloa of Pastor Eoonigs Nerve Tonic restored bii health and he 1b now at WmdiDit school again MICHAEL OCONNEL VIII VitMS Dsmce Cured San Andheas CaL Co Cal Feb 1869 iv E 1891 HAZEL GREEN KY CrDouhlc and Single Rigs and Saddle Horses for hire Parties convey ed to any point on reason- able terms pH l will also attend to all calls for nuc tloneerlng and solicit business of this kind Respectfully Jfcc JOHN H PIEUATT G K Â¬ W H OOD DAY f a I 11 F DAY t wood A daughter had opllopey so sovero that she would have 0 or 7 fits evory ill hours Imme- Â¬ gan counties and Superior Court and Court diately after UBlng Paetor Koenlgs Nerve Toalo of Appeals the spasms docreased in number and In leas than two weeks from taking the first dose thoy 11 MAUPIN entirely ceased Before using this modletae hor VTITH mom wind was very wwk but now mind and ery aro fully restored and ehe is enttroly ourod at the flta by the use of this groat remedy MB J H ANDUliWa A ValHHble nook a Nervous WHOLESALE DRY GOODS to JJluertsei sent ireecan any nuurew NOTIONS HOOTS SHOES c alio obtatn and poor patient or charge tkla Htedlelae tree CATLETTSHURG KY fetJly vcreBn Thla WBMdr saa beea prepared by ne Koeiljr oTrortWaynelad- - BlaceU aad Pditor Unow inepiiwd under his direetloa ty taa forgot tho fact that you can KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III best writing paper at this olllco East Nkwmabkkt Tory Bad Case Md March a Ofiico over Kxchango Hank Mavsvillo St Mt Sterling Ky Practice in Montgomery Powell Menifee Wolfe Breathitt Rowan Magotlin and Mor Â¬ ATTORNEYS AT LAW record 223 he by Magic sire of Cleminie 215 Alice Stoner 224 Mystery 22C Ac dam Molllo Emerv sired by Strathmore Tucker 21H Kiro of Santa Clans 217 Cricket 210 Adonis 21 IK Semicolon 2151 Hummer 219 Charles Sister V 218 Derby 220Paustino 22C Ronnie Wilmore Hlazcbcrry 221 K and a number of 222 Others in the 230 lUt POST ROY JR is a beautiful chestnut with no marks 7 jears old May loth 1802 15 hands 1 Inches hiuli and eivesanromise of being heard from In the future among trouers Any one who is familiar with Shiners Post Roy will readily recognize Post Hoy Jr And last but not least will be found at the same stables the well known and highly appreciated JACK V HKSCKIITION AND PKOIOItKK POST 110 Y JR was sired by Post Hoy Stonewall 2d dam In Tom Crowder 3d w bv Rails Copperbottom Ith tlain by Fancy bv Old Ilrown Pilot t iood care will be taken of mares left111 us but we will not be responsible lor dents should anv occur Ju linn liiHrowni HENin CECIL West Liberty Hv Tlii fomhincil viniiiL Stallion ill the nreseiit season of 1892 Iii miles01 Hazel Green at the stable of I at the low nriee nf fei - t it ni l8k tll umiinii nwniev l Tom Ckiii will be 1 veuiB il Hie II dav of May HeislOMhandshieh p color nnd cm thaw a three iiilutite lie is aiso a iiiiisiiiuiiu iiuintrttUt 6 to Insure a Living Colt illVC r Ilwl tIM IIIIIIUM III 11I1IIKV fill Ill is 1 I I A 1 It 1 I I IN Wl iftr D H CARPENTER FREE DONT gWbyDnireitRtSlpeB8ttieu fori Job printing cheap at this oflko horse he bv the Phillips hore Iim ni l i i MllS II V in ii illlllKIIUUK lllltl rjf mare by Hay Hasslnger he by tn - j i Who will serve mares at TEN DOLLARS i nun TO INSURE A LIVING COLT on same horse a standard iireu horse Illinois IT i ne rrater norsc was o terms as aboye described This Jack has ne J1 rUf l eoraieu irgnua iiiari superior as a good breeder TOM CKClt is a good indlvm i will be taken to prevent accidents Care tuflf but we will not be responsible should anv oc luir hlmsc lf a line breeder and IllslCJ large ood color and show fine J TDAY Jc CO cur qualities i All care will be Inkcn to prevent CLARENDON dents but should any occur I Ilsr T1IE Cor Limestone and Short sts D responsible LKXiNofox Ky April S 1803 W H IiOSWELL PitoiMtiKTOR i g The justly ceieo There has been added an Annex with 20 large well ventilated rooms Street Cars centan J pass the door every five minutes Located aro sold at this ofiico at 10 ami tie nest poucuin within two squares of depot GEN JOHN MORGAN II II III 1 I 1 Â¬ - I iimiiiv