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SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Geee Heraeib a Of a Noisy World With News From All Nations LumbVing tit His Bnolc ii li SI00 A iroi YEAR Always In Ativan RWHTU YEAR feVVfl HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY K6ftAaoArtA TTTT FRIDAY MAY 20 1802 NUMBER 0 KVv l666444464644H 6yw kAArMYAyylM AAAAAAAAAArfWUtAAAAAAAAIU HtWlkS The Greatest Effort rNN T iweWW A OLDEST MAN ON EARTH OF OTJK Mll Louis IN TI IE 1QUAI 1 History Lexington Gus Straus 1 DisplaYoSpring C m Â¬ Â¬ Every Department Overflowing to its utmost capacity This is not a catch penny sale of any kind but good honest valued and qualities at fair prices During the coming week wo will display full lines of wrens and Hoys Clothing representing the lead ing and best manufacturers in the United States and Europe Wo will forfeit our reputation of thirty years standing in lAxinglon We have never failed to Keep our promises heretofore That wc will sell you the best Mens Suit at 5 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 10 That we will sell ou the best Mens Suit at 15 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 20 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 25 OUR MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENTS Miitliuuuitlcnl rrotty Reuben Field is a natives of Lafayotto county Missouri a very strong heavy set man about forty five years old Ho never went to school oven a day for tho sole reason that he was always regarded an idiot Ho emi neither read nor write and his reasoning powers have never deTAILORS LEADINGveloped beyond those of a child of most ordinary intellect In the face of these facts however ho has tho keenest perI ception of tho relation of numbers and 4 kS5S- M jK83 -- m quantities and is able as if by instinct fiVWOWVWWWWwwwvvnrvxi to solve tho most intricate mathematical BKSTIXqfALITT IOST U QCAST1TT He docs not know figures on problems blackboard but he understands them a perfectly in his mind No one has ever ever been ablo to catch him in mill tiplication or in division Ho has been The cireumferenco given problems as of the earth is in round numbers 25000 miles how many flax seed allowing twelve to tho inch will it require to reach around it Within a minute ho CURES NOTHING BUT PILES returns tho answer 1500S000000 If Has loci all Worm Remedies A SURE and CERTAIN CURE tho distauco to the sun or any of tho known for 10 years as tho BEST planets is taken ho answers with great EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTERD REMEDY FOR PILES SOLD EVERYWHERESTLOCIB rrtrirll7 UUIUIIUMIXTAYIOKMKD CO ST L0UI8 case If given tho day of the month CO rrrptr4bf KKHARDSOSTjkYMnUIEU and year on which an event occurred ho instantly gives the day of the week Hut what is more remarkablo is that ho can tell tho timo at any hour day or night without ever missing it oven a If awakened out of a deep minuto AT T1IK sleep in the darkness of night and awked tho time he gives it at ouco Once in Ho remy ollico I asked him tho timo plied at once Sixteen minutes after In order to test him I drew off three him llreakfast from 5 A M on some other question not lotthg Hegulnr Meals 25 Cents Meals to Order at All Hour know my object and when seventeen t A m Dinner from 10 A M to 8 i M Supper from ft v M to 9 i M Oys minutes had passed I looked at my Open from 5 A m to 12 ters Lamb Fried Fish Chickens and Quails a specialty watch and asked him the time Ho said M GUS LUIGART N T Twenty seven minutes to four Alllston in Midway Clipper Is the finest in tho United States Our Cutters and Workmen are first- Wc are doing tho largest business wo have ever done class artists Come ana make your selections eany Simuliml AVIto Huh Kriuilurt tho llo iniirlmMo Ako of ml Yontn Probably tho oldest person on earth is to bo found on tho outskitrs of this city Jesus Campecho lives hi a hut with his who is n full grown man Campecho camo originally from Spain whew ho says ho was born 1738 which would mako him now 151 years old Ho has tho appearance of being about 90 years old and is fairly active for an old man Ho shows papers to bear out his assertion as to his age and tho man with whom ho is living Hays there is no doubt as to the relationship ho bears to tho old man Campceho says that he has novcr known n days sickness in his life Ho nays ho remembers com ing to this country when ho was 25 years old as a soldior and that was long be foro tho war of tho revolution in tho United States Tho old mans memory is good and he tolls of things which took plaeo in tho last century as if thoy had occurred last year instead of over ono hundred years ago In fact he remem Â¬ bers things seventy fivo and ono hundred years ago hotter than ho does thoso of Tho papers which recent occurrenco he carries to provo his assertions are tho copies of a church register in Valladolid Spain showing tho date of his birth and that of his baptism Tho papers arc tin doubtodly genuine as far as tho dates aro concerned and the only thing to bo determined is whether they aro rightfully his or not His memory of incident in tho last century would indicate that bo is cither telling tho truth as to his par ticipation therein or he has a most wonderful mind to have stored up tho tales in such a manner as to have deceived all who listen to him Tho priest of tho church which he attends is an old man of eighty six and says that he was an acolyto in the church when ho was a boy and Campecho was an old man at tho time Mexico Cor Globe Democrat great-great-grands- Ou O J A Tho Kontuuk Prcnn Amiootutlnti Tho annual session of ttoo Kentucky rVol6SQ 1q Press was convened in tho Onora House PORTSMOUTH Lexington at noon Tuesday ColHughes 18y of tho loxlngton Press Club presidod SALARY 2o PER WEEKSaxtons band enltvoncd tho proceedings mtbdj Good AafcNTi TO sell ov D by playing soveral airs in front of tlieJJKJS ABOVK SALARY WILL Hi building and at intervals in tho opera D LIVJC juikmts For fe houso Tho drop curtain that hnmrs on m information adprim tho ulngo was decorated with n suitabloIOAQO GENERAL SUPPLY OC 1 78 w Van Bure 8t OniOAQO ILU emblem and tho motto ich dicn servo Tho houso was lighted by hun ENRY MATLOOK dreds of electric lights Tho meeting WITH commenced with an appropriate prayer I AU ollered by President Loos after which p U17FM fift WUo Mayor Davison in generous terms wel- - luHILUIII coined tuo association to iexingiou nu WIIOLE3ALK offered the members a warm and cordial t A N welcome to which President Somcrs of llTFV KH tho Elixahcthtown News replied it eloquent address KNOXVILLE TENN At tho evening session President Som A Y Ford of tho Courier crs presided above goodi are lundUd fcjr J ft Journal delivered tho mi anal oration y A C0 Hucl QraB Ky Miss Daisy Fitrhugh was to havo read tho annual poem but was prevented- from attending and Miss Lila Boll of I tho Georgetown Times then read n most amusing and interesting paper on Tho QjJ itttoMfls Grootri r - W f llrtttn tt i nftirv n OKR wuvmv LjflLJbtJi0 TfeTttffl JJIIIIU 1 iIHMY Ul II Vlllllliray UtVClIUI Tho proceedings of the day ended with 0 ball given by the Mayor at the Pluenix Hotel Â¬ Â¬ AND On Wednesday tho proceedings commenced with a business meeting at 9 oclock after which tho members were entertained at luncheon by Major Mc- Â¬ Nos 134 138 RACE STREET Dowell at Ashland They then took in CINCINNATI O tho sights of tho city lunching at 4 oclock at tho A A M College Tho proceedings ended with n banquet at tho HE KRUSE S BAHLMAff Phomlx Hotel All tho members of the association feel that thoy owo a debt of gratitude to tho citizons of Lexington for tho regal man Â¬ HWJOMPANY- ner in which they have been cnterUiinod and each member will have as long as 1 10 and 17 West Pearl StrMt he lives a lively recollection of this most agreeable and successful meeting Dluo CINCINNATI O Grass Clipper 111I1I HOUSBi JJJfcl3LC5 LOSS ARDWARE i I A rhllftiithropUt y L C STRAUS KENTUCKY - CLOTIUERSniul FIXE Â¬ 3voo 0eeowooo9lt de6xol LEXINGTON Â¬ worms FOR 20 YEARS TABLERSD C BUCKEYELlIX WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE 0INTMENT Swopo of Kansas City whoso recent generous gift of 25000 to Centro Collego is so well remembered has again displayed his philanthropic spirit Tho Kansas City Times says Thomas II Swopo has given for charit Â¬ able uses tho tract of land at Twenty first and Tracy avenue formerly known as tho Farris plaeo It contains over threo and one half acres and cxtonds from Tracy avenuo to Grove stroot An association was formed yesterday afternoon which will bo at onco incorporated to receive and administer this trust It is understood that arrangements will bo mado to provide both tho Childrens Home now situated on Charlotte street near Twelfth and tho Childrens Hospit- Â¬ al at present in rented quarters at Six Â¬ teenth and Haltimoro avenuo with per manent locations on this tract These and other institutions that may hereafter obtain sites upon this ground will bo ablo to secure certain mutual ad vantages and economies of administration and have also tho common uso of open upaccs for lawns and gardens Danvillo AdvoThomas Â¬ II The wholes ale tradt of Eutsra XM 3 f MpectMly lollcltcd TH- E- E0 W MAIPIN Notions EG0MPANr lolesale Dry Goods 101 103 and 100 W Fourth Street CINCINNATI O uh 8Id GROSSMAN Drath of HUtor Lucy Â¬ Â¬ cate Judgo W L Jiickson Jr of Louis- Â¬ ville 1ms notified tho Governor that in compliance with his appointmenthu will hold the special term of Circuit Court in Clay county Juno 22 to try John and Andrew Wilson charged with murder It will lo remomborcd that Judgo Jack Â¬ son tho elder now deceased was sent by Governor lUickncr to hold a term of court in Piko county and that ho was highly complimented on tho manner in which he fulfilled tho trust Governor Urown feels that Judgo Jackson tho younger will acquit himself with equal credit JEjngllsh No 12 W 1 Short Street Kitchen f ay Lexington proprietor II Â¬ Sister Lucy Mother Superior of St Catherines Academy Lexington ex- Â¬ pired in her room at that institution on Wednesday night of last weok of heart disease She had only n brief warning of death as she ato supper and aa usual led tho other sisters in evening prayer and had retired to her room Sho was u woman of rare educational attainments devoted to hor life work and was greatly beloved and respected by everybody in lAvdngton and vicinity Sho had been occupying tho position of Mother Supe- Â¬ rior at St Catherinos for tho past twenty eight years and was 03 years of ago Shu was a uativo of Louisville hor name having been Mary Lamptnn Â¬ rosjs M JOHN ROSE -- DEALERS JN jomms 0 JONES hi Tl itv S1i Till i Aa HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY mmcEMmm9 Dress complete line of Dry Goods Notions Lathes Hoods Gents Clothing Hoots Shoes Hats Patent at ines Saddles Harness c and soil FOR CAM IA1I lower than vnv hiftirn seen in Hazel Green guaranteed as represented or money refunded Um y a 3ledi prices gooils Doublo Tux Thn Legislature has failed to pass tho bill allowing the taxpayer to odsct his personal property by tho debts ho may owe If you borrow say 50iK and spend it for stock you pay Uix on tho stock and the lender of tho money pays lax on the note he holds against you Thus taxes are paid on 10000 when only 3000 exist Or if you buy on credit something that is taxable giving your noto for it tho result is the saino double taxes According to tho usual idea it is sulliciently hurt to pay taxes on proper- Â¬ -- UUtJ Trvh rKll I INb ty that really exists without creating Is it NEATLY CHEAPLY and PROMPTLY EXE imaginary property for taxutloif Tho Climax Send your order rlght CUTKD AT THIS OFFICE At Winchester last Saturday we Jiad tho pleasuro of meeting Hon T J Ar nott of Salyersvlllo member of the Low- Â¬ er House of tho General Assembly front Breathitt Magoffin and Morgan counties and both being of tho sumo turn of mini wo took in tho circus at night Mr Arnott Is an agrccablo companlonahlo That Mr Wattorsous recent lettors gentleman a native of tho nioWalu from Washington have entirely removed land of Kentucky nnd Is inaljiug for both Clevelan and Hill from thu Hit of himself considerable roputatioJas a even probable Presidential possibilities UgislutorClay City Chronicle there can certainly bo no doubt Henry Tho Now Hampshire Democratic con is a hard hitter his blows in a good natured way coining straight from tho veutiou endorsed Cleveland and the shoulder Ah ho says Mr Hill in his Missouri convention expressed a wish desiro to encompass tho defeat of tho ex that thu delogates vote for his nomina Â¬ instructions President has admirably succeeded in tion without positive sealing his own political death warrant Omaha hankers and railroad men have Hill is a clover politician but entirely refused to mibecribo money to eaterUilu too small for tho chnir onco occupied by the People party National oenvMttiou a Jefferson a Jackson a Lincoln and a on tho ground that iu principle are op Â¬ GarfioldClay City Chronicle posed to their later I 1 Job printing cheap at this ollico I KftfSulnKTlboHow Iljjyimr - fe TBT jST I P m Hi I A A-- jML I h HI lL m m JL HL wiwi Fyi nITr tw F iw r w Hi F - w m Hi J M 1 A m m I J i m m B 1 -- HH fl Ji v Hi SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Of a Noisy World With Neyrs From All Nations Lumbring it I rw joji m I ti iwvwimmvwiLiim iT h h fl I I I M li I i I - Ma mmin -- nn V - jTIMp mWHT - - U T fU B mJ-- mmrtw N1 IWJP - Hi - M M A HTS I J HTB - I J Hl H im i m-Hi m i Hi HTB - Iff m J m H I m jr JrA JHi 7 A- ZK h Hi I WW uTV aI J 4 m J m HI m HP at His Baok SIOO c A YEAR Uni Always In Avni i i j r EIGHTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY OLDEST MAN ON EARTH A A via FRIDAY MAY 20 1892 Tho Kentucky PrfM Annotation Tho annual eession of tto Kentucky Press was convened in tho Opera House Lexington at noon Tuesday ColHughcs of tho loxington Press Club presided Saxtons band enlivened tho procccdiugsl by playing soveral airs in front of tho building and at intervals in tho opera house Tho drop curtaiu that bancs on tho Btago was decorated with a suitablo I ich dicn emblem and tho motto servo Tho hotiso was lighted by hun dreds of electric lights Tho meeting commenced with an appropriate prayer offered by President Loos after which Mayor Davison in generous terms wel- Â¬ comed tho association to Lexington and offered the members a warm and cordial welcome to which President Somcrs of tho Elizabcthtown News replied in an eloquent nddrcss At tho evening session President SomA Y Ford of tho Courior crs presided Journal delivered tho annual oration Miss Daisy Fitzhugh was to havo read tho animal poem but was prevented from attending and Miss Lila Bell of tho Georgetown Times thou read i most amusing and interesting paper on Tho Little I Know of a Country Newspaper Tho proceedings of the day ended with a ball given by the Mayor at the Phoenix Â¬ Â¬ JSEJIBEQ WMMMSIMMhH 1 The Greatest Effort OF Vaa wasi rjAwUT- anrrsB o IN THE touAiis o History Lexington Louis si G us Straus - Jss -- lDispuiiCrai Every Department Overflowing to its utmost enpacity This is not a catch penny ale of any kind but good honest values and qualities at fair prices During the coming week we will display full lines of Mens and Boys Clothing representing the lead- Â¬ ing and best manufacturers in the United States and Europe We will forfeit our reputation of thirty years standing in Lexington We have never failed to keep our promises heretofore Â¬ Ril That wc will sell you the best Mens Suit at 5 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 10 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 15 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 20 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 25 OUR MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMEN- T- AVho Han llcnclicil thu Ito marUnlilo Ago of 1A4 Yoarn Probably the oldest person on earth is to bo found on the outskitrs of this city Jesus Campcche lives in a hut with his who is a full grown man Campecho enmo originally from Spain whose ho says he was born 1738 which would make him now 154 years old Ho has tho appnaranco of being about 90 years old and is fairly activo for an old man He shows papers to bear out his assertion as to his age and the man with whom ho is living says there is no doubt as to the relationship he boars to tho old man Campechc says that he has nover known a days sickness in his life He pays ho remembers com ing to this country when ho was 25 years old as a soldier and that was long be Â¬ fore the war of tho revolution in tho United States The old mans memory is good and ho tells of things which took place in tho last century as if thuy had occurred last year instead of over ono hundred years ago In fact he remem- Â¬ bers things seventy five and ono hundred years ago better than he does thoso of The papers which recent occurrence he carries to prove his assertions are the copies of a church register in Valladolid Spain showing the date of his birth and that of his baptism The papers are un doubtedly genuine as far as the dales are concerned and the only thing to be determined is whether they are rightfully his or not His memory of incidents in the last century would indicate that he is either telling tho truth as to his par ticipation therein or he has a most wonderful mind to have stored up tho tales in such a manner as to have deceived all who listen to him Tho priest of the church which he attends is an old man of eighty six and says that he was an acolyte in the church when he was a boy and Campecho was an old man at the time Mexico Cor Globe Democrat great-great-grands- Spaniard i 1 I J I Hotel On Wednesday tho proceedings com- Â¬ menced with a business meeting at 9 oclock after which tho members wore entertained at luncheon by Major Mc- Â¬ Dowell at Ashland Thoy then took in tho sights of tho city lunching at 4 M College Tho oclock at tho A proceedings ended with a banquet at the Phoenix Hotel All tho members of the association feel that they owo a debt of gratitudo to tho citizens of Loxington for tho regal mau ner in which they havo been entertained and each mdmber will have as long as he lives a lively recollection of this most agreeable and successful meeting Bluo Grass Clipper A FliUiinthroplHt S - Â¬ Wb4m WORMS TABLER Mathematical lroiligy Reuben Field is a natives of Lafayette county Missouri a very strong heavy set man about forty five years old Ho never went to school even a day for the sole reason that he was always regarded an idiot He can neither read nor write and his reasoning powers have never de- Â¬ LEADING CLOTHIERS and FINE TAILORS veloped beyond those of a child of most ordinary intellect In the face of these LEXINGTON KENTUCKY facts however he has the keenest perception of tho relation of numbers and quantities and is able as if by instinct to solve tho most intricate mathematical BEST IN QUALITY SOBT III QC1HTITT problems He does not know figures on a blackboard but he understands them No one has ever perfectly in his mind catch him in mul ever been able to tiplication or in division Ho has been The circumference given problems as of the earth is in round numbers 25000 miles how many ilax seed allowing twelve to tho inch will it require to it EMS reach aroundanswer Within a minute ho 23 10008000000 If returns tho YEARS FOR to tho sun or any of the tho distance Has led all Worm Remedies a sure and certain planets is taken ho answers with great EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEFD ease If givon tho day of tho month SOLD EVERYWHERE Prparta Lj niCIUUUSOXTAYtaitMKD CO STL0CI8 frpirlb7 JtlUUnDSON TATLOIlMED CO STtOCIS and year on which an event occurred ho instantly gives the day of tho week Hut what is more remarkablo is that ho can tell tho time at any hour day or night without ever missing it even a If awakened out of a deep minute AT THE sleep in tho darkness of night and asked tho time ho gives it at once Once in my oflico I asked him tho time He reSixteen minutes after plied at once In order to test him I drew off three No 1 on some other question not letting him Regulnr Meals 2r Cents Meals to Order at All Hours Hreakfast from 5 A M know my object and when seventeen r p Oys to 0 a m Dinner from 10 A M to 3 p M Supper from p m to 0 m minutes had passed I looked at my M to 12 ters Lamb Fries Fish Chickens and Quails a specialty Open from 5 A watch and asked him the time Ho said i m CUS LUICART Proprietor N T Twenty seven minutes to four Alliston in Midway Clipper 13 O JONES JOHN M ROSE Is the finest in the United States Our Cutters and Workmen are hrst We are doing the largest business we have ever done class artists Come and make your selections early L G STRAUS Â¬ BUCKEYE vermiJIe 20 0INTMENT M WJVWtfttg cure uMii HOSJ3 J Thomas H Swopc of Kansas City whoso recent generous gift of 25000 to Centre College is so well remembered has again displayed his philanthropic spirit The Kansas City Timea says Thomas H Swopo has given for charitable uses tho tract of land nt Twenty first and Tracy avenue formerly known as tho Farris placo It contains over three and one half acres and extends from Tracy n venue to Grove street An association was formed yesterday afternoon which will bo nt once incorporated to receive and administer this trust It is understood that arrangements will bo made to provide both the Childrens Home now situated on Charlotte street near Twelfth and tho Childrens Hospit- Â¬ al at present in rented quarters at Six Â¬ teenth nnd Baltimore avenue with per manent locations on this tract Thcso nnd other institutions that may hereafter obtain sites upon this ground will bo able to secure certain mutual advantages and economies of administration nnd havo also tho common use of open spaces Danvillo Advofor lawns and gardens cate Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ oinminra Lexington Ky English Kltehen W Short Street DEALERS IN Â¬ Â¬ Judgo W L Jackson Jr of Louis- Â¬ ville has notified tho Governor that in compliance with his nppointmcntho will hold tho special term of Circuit Court in Clny county Juno 22 to try John nnd Audrow Wilson charged with murder It will bo remembered that Judgo Jack- Â¬ son tho elder now deceased was sent by Governor Buckner to hold a term of court in Piko county and that ho wan highly complimented on tho manner in which ho fulfilled the trust Governor Brown feels that Judgo Jackson tho youngor will acquit himself with equal credit rccont letters from Washington havo entirely removed both Clcvohm nnd Hill from tho list of even probable Presidential possibilities there can certainly bo no doubt Henry is a hard hitter his blows in a good natured way coming straight from tho shoulder Ah he says Mr Hill in his desire to encompass the defeat of tho ex President has admirably succeeded in sealing his own political death warrant Hill is a clover politician but entirely too small for tho chair onco occupied by a Jefferson a Jackson r Lincoln and a Olay City Chronicle Garfield 1 Death of KlHtor Lucy Sistor Lucy Mother Suporior of Sti Catherines Academy Lexington ex- Â¬ pired in her room at that institution on Wednesday night of last week of heart disease Sho had only n brief warning of death as sho ate supper and an usual led tho other sisters in evening prayer and had retired to her room Sho was a woman of rare educational attainments dovoted to her life work and was greatly beloved and respected by everybody in Lexington nnd vicinity Sho had been occupying tho position of Mother Supe Â¬ rior at St Catherines for tho past twenty eight years and was 08 years of age Sho was a native of Louisville hor namo having been Mary Lampton 9 JO mmx SSFii J Hbi v Pnv flAa Vnfinns LadlCS UV CSS iu i Uoods Gents Olotliiiiff Moots Shoes Hats Patent Medr nt inos Saddles Harness c and sell FOR CASHA11 prices goDCls Lnr in TTnrd Green lewnv n HAZEL GKEEiN ir TTmltnlV MiivxuoM guaranteed as represented or money relunded ir UUD TnD PRINTING KXK NEATLY CHEAPLY and PROMPTLY Scud your order CUTED AT Til IS OFFICE Douhlii Tux Tho Legislature has failed to pasw tho bill allowing tho taxpayer to ollset his personal property by tho debts ho may owe If you borrow say 5010 and spend it for stock you pay tax on tho stock and the lender of tho money pays tax on tho noto he holds against you Thus taxes are paid on 10000 when only 3000 exist Or if you buy on credit something that Is taxable giving your noto for it tho result is the samo doublo tuxw According to tho usual idea it iH sufficiently hard to pay taxes on proper- Â¬ ty that really exists without creating imaginary property for taxation In it right Tho Climax That Mr Wattcrsons At Winchester last Saturday we had the pleasure of meeting Hon T J Ar nott of Salyorevillo member of tho Low Â¬ er House of tho General Assembly from Breathitt Magoffin nnd Morgau counties and both being of tho samo turn of mind wo took in tho circus at night Mr Arnott ia an agreeable companionable gentleman u nativo of tho mountain land of Kentucky nnd ia making for himself considerable roputatithjaa ft Legislator Clay City Chronicle Tho New Hampshire Democratic con vention endorsed Cleveland and tho Missouri convention expressed a wish that tho delegates voto for his nomina- tiou without positive instructions Omaha bankers and railroad men have refused to subscribo money to entertain tho Peoples party jfyitiouHl convention on tho ground that its principles tire op Â¬ posed to l heir Interests Job printing cheap at this office 1 JIeMuUcrlbMOw Iljjr r 4-Af- - V v - v- i ti Hazel Green Herald 000 iT NEARLY BURIED ALIVE XAL - QUOIT Lii A wr II Imcro i KY FflOM SEED PATCH TO SMOKE tSj4Wf5j TrocoM or Cultivating nd Curing To in rcr m ho lat is iro co kfe- rly ip ire is ota for red vy ny i of lry tho kiid ut she his list to iV- - toe mo his ho jat nt I as ind ns as nd he niii ysi nlk ns ov ut led lgs nil ff foi 8 tho nd ool tin tiy me Indiana Farmer In Juno 1808 Goorgo Wellington an Indiana farmer foil into a tranco which camo near boing tho cause of his meoting a hornblo death by being burled allvo Of courBo ho was sup Â¬ posed to bo dead and tho doctor who was called to make tho examination so declared But as Wellington had ro in perfect health tho night before tircd thcro woro tlioso among tho neighbors and friends who ntrongly objected to any undue hasto in putting tho remains of tho popular farmer under ground Finally however nrrancroincnts for tho burial woro all completed and tho supposed corpso into a loaded hearse After tho remains had boon deposited in tho wagon of death and beforo tho procession had left the house a runaway team collided with tho hearso and unceremoniously dumped tho coffln out upon tho hard ground This broko the trance and tho thor- Â¬ oughly frightened Wellington yelled For Gods sake let mo out of this What happened prior to this lucky ac- Â¬ cident is related in tho farmers own words as follows I retired in my usual health but noticed that I did not fall asleep until after midnight When I awoko the clock was striking five I made a movement to get out of bed could stir but to my amazement neither hand nor foot I had full use of my ears but could not open my eyes I argued at first that I was not yet wide awake but when my wife shook me and called mo by name and I could not respond by moving even an eye- Â¬ lid I became satisfied that I was in a trance My mind was never clearer and my hearing was painfully acute I mado effort after effort to throw off the weight that seemed holding me down but it was not until after the doctor had pronounced me dend that I felt any real alarm Up to that timo it had seemed as if I could soon got rid of the weight Had a gun been fired in tho room I am sure the spell would have been broken but af ter the doctors ultimatum I felt sure that I was to bo buried alive Horrible thought It was all of a sudden that it Hashed across my mind but it troubled mo more than I can toll As I had never died before how was I to know the sensation Could the dead hear and think Was the mind of a corpse in ac Â¬ tive operation when preparations were being mndo to bury it forover These were problems which I could not solve and the ngony they cnused me will never be known St Louis Republic Â¬ Â¬ The Awful KzpcrloRoe Undergone by na LOVE FOR HUMANITY A Strong Desire for the Highest Good and Best Welfare speaks to day and the entire world reads bis They wero bled thoy were cupped they m words to m6rrow morning Thcro are but leeched thov wem Hublccted tn v l whereby their vitality could bo reduced 2l twenty four hours la the day but forty eight 1 hours aro crowded into It that tho race survived Thcro has been tan ntnnltitr mvniniinn i thli1lnnlnn1 1 of the World THE GREAT WORDS OF GREAT MEN A Most Itomarkablo Array of Out pokon Statomonts from Men of Mark in Both Con- Â¬ tinents INTERESTING FACTS AND FACES Tho orator beforo tho Scnato called this an ago of progress Ho was wrong Progress docs not halt express It it is an ago of revolution Revolutions carried on not by armies but by discoverers inventors and It la a marvelous ago an ago when tho ordinary will not bo accepted when tho best is Â¬ brain-worker- s Â¬ practice of medicine and in tho treatmeatiJ human ills Instead of undermining the viu forces by cupping and bleeding the vitality now sustained in every posslblo manner uicau oi tearing uown we seek to build up stead of increasing misery wo scok to en uappincss But tho Eivatrst mlvuirmnpnt In science has been mruln hv rtlarsivpw v could afford toenduro the ridicule of thew for rovcallnir to It the eraml illnmeor circulation of tho blood Jcnncr might bo mS tynt tint fnllllrna tinvn uvrnm -- v vuo uuu uinnftf1 I tf 7 u U1M J PROP DR KOCH BERLIN Wo all know how we havo advanced materially Do wo realize how wo havo advanced scientifically Moro than in any other manner Indeed it has been tho advancement in sclcnco which has caused the advancement in material things Tho discovery of steam permitted tho railroad and tho steamboat Tho development of electricity mado posslblo tho telegraph and Â¬ Â¬ ij sww tf Â¬ Uplf B vji DR BEYER OF WURZBURG GERMANY its fa4rij j3tHri4 myc JePr - 1 Ztry WILLIAM EDWARD ROBESON MRCSL L K Q C I Lato of tho Royal Navy of England S-- - iHtexy O 4 efeb J ex- Itihhoii Coronet n JZWWJ If mt Dill be nd nt ry ns y en nd i of n ns he is ho With evening dress many girls nro wearing ribbon coronets perched among their wavy tresses Tho more simple ones are gennct of ribbon The more simple ones are generally home made The frame can be bought and covered with twisted ribbon In front the wired ribbon is fashioned in to a gay butterfly Tho coronets are dressy and give a certain piquant air which the wearer is sure to appreciate A novel ribbon cor Â¬ onet is made of black ribbon twisted with gold wire Perched upon movable wire stems in front are three butter- Â¬ fly s of finj gold fret work Another coronet worn by a golden haired maiden was formed of a circlet of enameled heartsease These were attached to a gold band and had the effect of boing carelessly strewn through tho hair N Y Sun Â¬ 40 Uljb Us 4J svLo UdZsftft XCdsfc covery of vaccination Pasteur lived in a oof enlightened ago and escaped ridicule while ttu world received tho bencht which his discover Lave brought Koch although forced to reveil his discovery beforo its perfection will be r vcred by future generations The discoveries of these great men have bcti of untold benefit to tho world and yet thtj wero not in tho line of the worlds greatest need Mankind has been suffering enduring dying from a causo far greater than smallpoi more terrible than hydrophobia and more subtle than consumption The habits of modern life the very inventions which havo mado clvtlia tion so great havo drained tho vital forces ol life and undermined the organs that Bustati life Ten years ago this great truth was reallu4 by a gentleman whoso own Ufa was in son jeopardy and the discovery which ho has givei to the world has dono ana is uoing more t day to strengthen tho vitality lessen suffer ing preserve tho health and lengthen life tins any of tho discoveries of tho other great ma Tho discovery referred U above mentioned sWaAcM ClfalAJlCJ yUO 4Ut CAOU4 A JMZ t demanded Our grandfathers wero content to travel in stage coaches to live in cabins and receive a mall once u week We demand palace cars tasteful homes and dally communication with tho world It is tho rapid transit age tho ago of the telegraph and tho telephone A man Â¬ NtrtMt nrmcntH to ed i of neat and elegant spring garments and moistened tmtil made into cigars and among them the three quarter repacked into boxes and sold through capes of soft corded silk mado with iNVfcnJIV tSk retailers Work has never ceased until velvet yokes and collars and lined with tho leaf is consumed by tho smoker or thin silk in paler or pretty contrasting chewer N Y Times color Tho weight of theso garments will be inconsiderable owing to tho Ho WitH IloufltltiK High Some hunters out in the Long Island nature of their material Inferior silk woods camo across a strange creature cither for tho outside or tho lining avoided tho other day They tracked him for should begarment for ais pretentious which novel see Â¬ article or hours and ilnally treed him discovering ing it attracts attention would appear that ho was a man but so uncouth that work Â¬ his species was for tho time a mystery to compel first rate material and one of manship Among these capes is Come down said one of tho men black silk lined with mauve and an Â¬ Dont bo afraid Wo wont hurt you yoke year is this bellowed other of moss green with velvet N Y collar and palo yollow lining tho unfortunate his teeth chattering Post and his eyes distended with fear How tho Imperial Diamond wan XuiikmI This is 1802 wtts the reply Still leap your ho asked climbing It is stated that the queen of Hol- Â¬ DR R A GUNN further up tho trco and howling with land now queou regont wns present Dean o tho United States Medical College New whon tho first facet of the imperial dia- Â¬ terror York and Editor of tho Medical Tribune mond was cut Tho circumstances un- Â¬ Yes its leap year but youre safe laughed ono of tho men Tho women der which tho stono received tho nnrao can only propose on one day now the of imperial were tho following It was exhibited by request to tho queen and 20th of February and thats past now Perhaps ho said tho man up the tho prince of Wales who happened to tree and perhaps not Ivo been tho bo present on seeing itoxclalmcd It Tho owners leader of a church choir long enough to is an imperial diamond know when it safe and when it Isnt of tho stone bestowed that title upon AXX and I dont proposo to tako any foolish it by which no doubt it will always risks I know theso Long Island wo Â¬ bo known The imperial diamond was Tcxatj Slf tings prominently exhibited at tho Paris ex Â¬ men hibition whero special measures were Well Karnmi Bafo custody as for in Â¬ for Helcr Hyler I havo to bo very eco Â¬ taken thoitstable on which it was stance nomical now Im on n salary ground placed being lowered Jack Lever You mean an allowance at night and protected intoantho door by iron ono has to work for a salary Jewelers Circular Helen Oh I havo to work hard Prof Crookes says that in a singlo enough to get it out of papa Puck cubic foot of tho ether in which tho A Coufesioii oarth Is submerged ten thousand foot Larkin I read tho other day of a Cin- Â¬ tons of energy that is force enough cinnati man who says ho saw a brown to lift ten thousand tons ono foot Ho rat with a bluo tail imprisoned only awaiting tho mnglo Staggers Ho must bo a jay to give touch of science to be loosed for tho himself away in that etylo Truth scrvico of man llHmlneM Extraordinary Everybody knows a woman is hard Btceie How old are you Miss Oldun to please She likes tho matrimonial She Ivo seen eighteen summers harness but doesnt like to hitched up Bafliio Yea but how long havo yu with a man who is strapped IJing tp VjyQdlJrooklyn Life httinton Republican As soon as heavy wraps are put off there will be in readiness any number tho telephone so that tho development of the sciences has been the real cause of all modern advancement Wo will take for example one department of science but tho most Important department Ono which affects our very lives and hanpincss Formerly tho treatment of human ills was made a matter of superstition of incantation tho samo as it is by tho mcdlclno men of tho In dians to day Gradually emerging from such blindness it was still a matter of bigotry of folly What pcoplo must havo sulfercd in those days can scarcely bo imagined Â¬ m lit DR DIO LEWIS in cfflO yMMtvb 4UAAA44S A V ujC 44 6awj JZUAJL- - MamJULl Or dJjucOL eCAzULza tux WiLAAJHlf Gfaj Jtt 2utf g yo stt6 djbCdo aOodUcci flasHzxi 07fLft M az6 4yrO Jojdb fM V7 was made by Mr II H Warhcr of RochesW N Y and Is known in Europe in America aw throughout tho world as Warners Safo Cure It may perhaps bo thought that tho obovea sertion is an extravagant one and so it vrp be wero not tho unquestionable proofs Pres to verify it Within the past few years claims mndo moro than ten years ugo have M admitted by tho highest scientific nuthorltM Is ww both in Europo uml America and itsome plcasuro that wo present herewith marknblo reproduced statements toircthcrw tho faces of tho men who mado them Kidney troubles resulting far too often Brlghfs dlacaso nro tho preat evil o100 life They f rcqucntly como silently nndunJ nounccd Their prcsenco far too of trn w realized until their treacherous fangs havo l can bo moro deceptive for their h mptoms varied in nearly every instance ThousanuS persons havo been their victims without reaL ing or knowing what it is that nHKtcdtw Thousands nro suffering to day who do know tho cawc Tho discovery mado by Mr II H has been acknowledged throughout isphercs to bo tho only discovery ft r tlm P modern evil now known to tho world great discoveries it bus had Its ttcrucs met with opposition but its wriloW Wgi larity with tho publlo has been phi nomrnu by its comploto acknowledgment d frNca ji und tho professions has been stands as it deserves to stand among oil Tromiii pro eminent its covcrlci for tho relief of humanity ucU w0 5t motion of business M dJALAJlMzu 0d7W WUUtJp dj Utdt JfP 2Lc l0inJ 3j JJi -- ti - J i t estine that living- - wad glerioua pillar ia Ifettlng over that whooping cough or the eastern garde as seen te olden that intermittent fever A little anÂ¬ qomm xodm wood furnishes tho wall for tho homes times pilrn Wee I must aot he noyed are you becauso her hearing is OAMFTOK MT Givo Ub Mon and Womon Good and its leaves thatch them Do yo temptedthe need a supply for tho pantry It yields ays of by what the Old Testament poor and you have to tell her something for Bvorythlnar Sho was not alwas hard of f I COMM sugar and starch and oil and sago and John it to lessen my emphasis of what twlco tho Evangelist says of it in my hearing When you were two years old The MtreMfe ef the tnwreltof wUf g Jnilk and salt and wax and vinegar and text SoinrtliliifT Mutt Suffer For Uvery Worthy your first call for a drink at midnight rteeMtfttlirsellelUi Tafo fit candles Xrlumpli fitus Christs Entrance Notico that it was a beautiful and woko her from a sound Bleep as quick as recy atteatlea fer the efcrt ef reeejev Oh the palm It has a variety of en Â¬ ofiloriimilflm onus a Text lor lawful robbery of the palm treo that any ono will waken at tho trumpet call Sermon Dr TuIiiibkos dowments such as no other growth H11ED KXLLXH on tho resurrection that over rooted the earth or kissed the holpcd mako tho Christs triumphSun Â¬ ofOh my young lady tho road to Jerusalem that Palm WITH is that un Â¬ what heavens To tho willow God says day Tho long broad green leaves Dr Talmagcs text Palm Sunday was der tho solo of your lino shoo It Is a Stand by tho water courses and weep They took branches of To that wore strewn under tho feet of tho palm leaf which was torn off tho tree M S TIMMONDS John xli 1 the trees and went forth to incut ricane cedar ho says Gathor the hur- Â¬ colt nnd in tho way of Christ were torn of maternal lldullty Young merchant palm Into your bosom To tho fig off from tho trees What a pity somo young lawyer young journalist young Mitn tree ho says Hear fruit and put it ono might say that thoso statoly and mechanic with good IIow could How was that possiblo salary unci flno within tho reach of all tho PORTSMOUTH apl8ly O palm branches bo east in tho way of to tho palm tree ho rjivb people But graceful trees should bo despoiled Tho olothes and refined surroundings havo h rrii sap oozed out at tho places where the you forgotten what a timo your father as Ho approached Jerusalem Christ 25 PER WEE- KSALARY and storehouse nnd had that winter after tho summers wanted good Agents to bill ovm There aro scarcely any palm trees in walk and chandler wardrobe and rope branches broke and bread and ban Â¬ Â¬ The glory of tho central Palestine Even tho ono that quet crops una failed through droughts General and manufactory and then bo propriately Bacriflcdpalm treo was ap floods or locusts and how ho woro or MEDDMNQ line of merchandise N wns carefully guarded at Jericho haal typo ABOVE SALARY WILL WM his for tho Saviours of what I meant when I inspired triumphal procession gone I went over tho road by which David So it always old coat too long and mado his old hat paid to live aoknts Font JhP my Christ approached Jerusalem and there eous shall servant to say Tho right was so it always will be In this world do that ho might keep you at school or tpsn INFORMATION ADPRBMt ilourlsh llko a palm troo no worthy triumph any sort with-Â¬ collego What Is that my young man OHIOAGO GENERAL SUPPLY OCX ore plenty of ollvo trees and fig trees Oh Lord God givo us moro palm trees out tho tearing down of something 178 W Van Burea St Ojhoaqo III no palm trees that I could sec You of else under your flno boot to day tho boot that but men must remember that tho climate has but to and women mado for nothing Brooklyn Brldgo tho glory of our conti- Â¬ so well fits your foot such a boot as be useful dispositions all nent must have two architects pros- Â¬ your father could novor afford to wear changed MATLOCK palm tree likes water but by tho abloom branches of influence laden trated tho one slain by his tolls and It must be n leaf from tho palm treo of HENRY The WITH with fruit pcoplo good for everything tho other for a life time cutting clown of tho forests which aro as the palm Invalided Tho your fathers self sacrifices Do not bo tree If kind words are greatost plotures of tho In ashamed of him whon hooomes to town leafy prayers for rain the land has beÂ¬ MCMILLAN HAZEN wanted thoy aro ready to utter them tholr richest coloring the world had the and because his manners aro a little old CO blood of come tm friendly to tho palm tree If helpful deeds aro needed they are artist who made them Tho mightiest fashioned try to smuggle him in and Jericho once stood in seven miles of ready to perform them If plans of use- Â¬ oratorios that ever rolled through tho smuggle him out but call in your best WHOLESALE palm grove Olivet was crowned with fulness aro The Dead Bea has on Its banks to project to be laid out they aro ready churches had In their pathos tho sighs friends and take him to the houso of palms them If the trunics 01 paim trees in at uoaicu be forwarded they enterprises are to and groans of their composers who God and introduce him to your pastor BOOTS AND aro ready to lift woro their lives out in writing tho and say This is my father If ho down from somo old time palm Drove them People who say Yea yes harmony American independence was had kept for himself tho advantages ami are preserved from decay by tho salt when they nro asked for assistance by triumphant but it moved on ovor the which ho gave you ho would bo as woll KNOXVJLLE TENN which they received from tho Dead sea word or deed instead of No no lifeless forms of tens of thousands of educated and as well gotten up as you woodmen spare the trees of America Most Let of tho if they would not ruinously change tho others do not mysteries that botherÂ¬ men who fell ut Bunker Hill and York When in tho English parliament a mem- Â¬ bothor me becauso I ad- town and tho battlo botween which ber was making a great speech that was JMTThp above goods are handled fcr J climate and bring to the soil barren Â¬ journ them DAY A CO Hazel Green Ky but tho mystery that really wcro the hemorrhages of tho nation unanswerable a lord derisively cried ness instead of fertility Thanks to God bothers me is why God made so many M I remember you when you black Â¬ and the legislatures for arbor day Tho kingdom of God advances in all out people who amount to nothing so far as tho enrth bootfll which plants trees trying to atono for but it must bo over tho lives ened my fathers did I notYes It replied the do well and the nithlessness winch has destroyed Theyworlds betterment is concerned of missionaries who dlo of malaria in tho tho man stand in the way They object jungles or Christian workers who Never bo ashamed of your early sur Â¬ them They discuss hindrances They suggest preach and pray Yes yes all tho green Yes my text is in harmony with the and toll and dlo In the roundings country on the morn- Â¬ possibilities of failure Over the road service Tho Saviour triumphs in all leaves we walk over wero torn off somo condition of that life instead of pulling in the traces I have cultivated the habit ing of Palm Sunday About 3000000 of and strength palm tree thoy are laying back in the brcechings directions but beauty the palm trees of forgotting tho unpleasant things of must be torn down from people havo come to Jerusalem to attond They are the everlasting No of Christian heroism and consecration life and I chiefly rcmembor tho smooth the religious festivitios Qrcat news Thoy aro bramble trees thoy are wil- Â¬ and thrown in His pathway To what things nnd as far as I remember ribw Jesus will enter Jerusalem to day Tho AND sky is red with the morning and the lows always mourning or wild cherry better uso could those palm trees on tlie my life has for the most part moved on over a road soft with green leaves people are Hocking out to the foot of treeB yielding only the bitter or crab southorn shoulder of Mt Olivet and Olivet and up and over the southern apple trees producing only the sour clear down into tho valley of Gethse Thoy wero torn off two palm trees that The shoulder of tho mountain and tho pro- while God would have us flourish like mane put their branches than to sur stood at tho start of the road Nos 134 138 RACE STREET tho palm tree Planted in the Bible render them for the making of Christs prayers the Christian example the good cession coming out from tho city meets that treo always means usefulness journey toward Jerusalem tho moro advice the hard work of my father and the procession escorting Christ as ho OINOINNATI O comes toward the city There is a turn uuc now niuo any or an or us accom- Â¬ memorable nnd the more triumphant mother IIow thoy toiled Their fingers We take twenty And to what better uso could wo put were knotted with hard work Their in the road where Jerusalem suddenly plish in that direction or thirty years to get fully ready for our lives than into tho sacrifice of foreheads woro knotted with many THE KRUSE BAHLfflAU bursts upon the vision Wo had ridden Â¬ that day all the way from Jericho and Christian work and in tho af tcrpart of Christ and His cause and tho happiness cares Their backs stooped from carryhad visited the ruins of tho house of life wo take ten or twenty years for tho of our fellow creatures Shall wo not ing our burdensago They long went into slumber Mary and Martha and Lazarus and gradual closing of active work and that bo willing to bo torn down that rightÂ¬ leaves only so little time between opon eousness shall have full sway Christ was among their kindred and friends on tho were somewhat weary of sight scoing when thero suddenly arose before our ing and stopping work that all we ac- Â¬ torn down for us Can wo not afford to banks of tho Raritan but the Influences -- COMPANY vision Jerusalem the religious capital complish is so little an angel of God needs bo torn down for nim If Christ could they throw in tho way of their children to exert himself to see it at all Nearly suffer so much for us can wo not suffer aro yet green as leaves the moment they of all Christian ages That was the point of observation where my text everything I see around beneath and a little for Christ If Ho can afford on nro pluokcd from a palm tree and wo 11 15 and 17 West Pearl Strut V above In the natural world suggests use- Â¬ Palm Sunday to travol to Jerusalem to feel them on our brow and under our comes in Alexander rode Ilucephalus If there is nothing in the carry a cross can wo not afford a few feet and they will strew all tho way Duke Elio rode his famous Marchegay ful service CINCINNATI O Bible that inspires you to usefulness go leaves from our branches to mako tintii we lie down in the same slumbor Sir Henry Lawrence rode the high-mSelf sacrifice What a tlirilling word tled Conrad Wellington rode his proud out nnd study the world around you this emerald His way Glad am I that our world has so many Copenhagen but tho Conqueror of earth spring time and learn tho great lesson The process is going on every moment specimens of it Tho sailor boy on ship- fefeFbe wholesale trade of Enters XmV V and Heaven rides a colt one that had of usefulness What nrt thou doing up in all directions What makes that board was derided becauso ho would taoky l Wipeotnilly Boliolted Why not shut thino father havo such hard work to find tho been tied at the roadside It was un Â¬ there little star eye and sleep for who cares for thy hymn to day Ho puts on his spectacles not fight or gamble and they called broken and I havo no doubt fractious THE him a coward But when a child fell No salth tho star I will and holds tho book close up and at the vociferation of the populace An shining then overboard and no one else was ready to extemporized saddle made out of tho not sleep I guide the sailor on the sea holds it far off and Is not quite suro garments of the people was put on the I cheer the traveler among the mount- Â¬ whether the number of the hymn Is 1C0 help the derided sailor leaped into tho ains I help tip the dew with light or 130 and tho fingers with which he sea and though tho waves were rough beast the sailor swimming with one arm car While some people gripped the bridle Through the window of tho poor turns the leaves are very clumsy Ho ried the child on tho other arm till res of the colt others reverently waited mans cabin I cast a beam of stoops a good deal although once ho cued and rescuer woro lifted into safety sG0MPANre- upon Uirist at tho mounting The two hope and the child on its moth was straight us an arrow and his eyes and the cry of coward ceased and all ers lap asks in glee whither I were keen as a hawks and the hand processions of people now become one those who came out of the city and come and what I do and whence I go ho offered to his bride on the marriage huzzaed at the scene of daring and self Wfiolesale Dry Goods those who came over the hill The ori To gleam and glitter God set mo hore day was of goodly shape and as God sacrifice Notions I have no time to sleep Tho made it I will tell you what Is tho When Wo Peek to CrUtctmi Otlioro entals are more demonstrative than we Away of the western wprld their voices louder snowflake comes straggling down In our criticism of others let us ro matter Forty years ago ho resolved 101 103 aad 103 W Fourth Street Frail fickle wanderer why comest his family should have no need nnd member that wo havo faults which our their gesticulations more violent and the symbols by which they express their thou hero I am no idle wanderer his children should be well edu- Â¬ friends havo to excuse How much Soujh Side CINCINNATI O High up in cated and suffer nono of tho dis Â¬ would be loft of us if all thoso who sco emotions more significant Tho replied tho snow llake people who the air I was born tho child of the rain advantage of lack of schooling from Inconsistencies in us should chip away left Phocea in the far east wishing to make impressivo and the cold and at tho Divine behest I which he had suffered for a lifetime from our character and roputation It that they would never return took come and I am no straggler for God and that tho wolf of hunger should nev- Â¬ is an invariable rulo that thoso who a red hot ball of iron and threw it into tolls me where to put my crystal heel er put its paw on his door sill and forty mako tho roughest work with tho the sea and said they would never reÂ¬ To help cover tne roots ol tne grain or fifty years he has been tearing off names of others aro those who havo turn to Phocea until that ball rose and and grass to cleanse the air to make from tho Dalm tree of his physical themselves tho most imperfections floated on the surface He not surpris sportsmen moro happy and the ingle strength nnd manly form brunches to Tho largor tho beam in your own Though so throw in the pathway of his household eyo tho more anxious are you about ed therefore at the demonstration in fire more bright I come the text As tho colt with its rider de Â¬ light I am that you toss mo from your It has cost him muscle and brain and tho mote in somebody elses eyo r h scends the slope of Olivet tho palm muftler and crush me under your foot I health and eyesight and thero havo Instead of going about town slushing trees lining the road are called upon to am doing my best to fulfill what I was been twisted off more years from his this womans bad temper and the other render their contribution to the scene made for Clothed In white I come on life than any man in tho crowd on womans falsity this womans hypoc Â¬ f welcome The a heavenly mission and when my work tho famous Palm Sunday twisted risy and that ones indiscretion go rejoicing and Branches of these trees aro high up is done nnd God shall call in the morn- Â¬ off branches from the palm trees on home with tho Ten Commandments as nd some ono must needs climb tho ing vapor I shall go back drawn by tho tho road from Bothpago to Jeru- Â¬ a monitor and make out a list of your Nos 74 and 70 Main Street trees and tear off the leaves and throw fiery courses of the sun What salem What makes that mother own dercliotions The best way to CINCINNATI 0 them down and others make of these docst thou insignificant grass blado look so much older than she rcallv keep a whole city clean b for every waves an emerald navement for tho under my feet housekeeper to scrub her own door am doing a work I Is You say she ought not yet to havo eolt to trend nn says the grass blade as best I can ono gray lino In her hair The truth ia steps Dont look for tho faults in othMEYER Lonif beforrt thnt Tiinrnlncr tho nnltn I help to mako up the soil beauty tho family was not always as well off as ers sco if you can not find out tholr GUS wrrn trees had lPn tvnlnnl of trinmnh I am satisfied if now The married pair had a hard good traits Tal mage in Ladios Horn of field and lawn Uerodotusnnd Strabo had thus described with millions of others no bigger than strugglo at tho start Examine tho tips Journal U LaVIUM flrwlc flirt nnlm Innf out in I we can crivo pastures to tho flocks of tho forefingor and thumb of her right That Is an unhappy division which the walls of Nineveh with tho same and herds I am wonderfully made hand and thoy will tell you tho story of has been made betwixt faith and OJOBHEIU3 INO ngnificance In tho Greek athelotic Ho who feeds tho ravens gives mosusto tho needlo thnt was plied day in and works Iu ray Intellect I may soparato Barnes the victors carried palms I ana nanco from tho soil and breath from day out Yea look at both her hands them just as In a candle I may know Hardware Agricultural Implements ery that our Lord who five days tho air and Ho who clothes the lilies of and thoy will tell tho story of the time there is both llyht and heat but yet sai after had thorns upon His brow for a the field rewards mo with tills coat of whon she did her own work her own put out the candle and they OLIVER OniLLED PLOWS are MALTA PLOWS FOSTER STOVE CO little While at least hurt nnJms fitrmvn green For what lonely cloud goest mending and scrubbing and wasldng gone one remainn not without both tho COOKS EVAPORATORIl under His feet Oh tho glorious palm thou across the heavons Through tho Yea look into the faco and read tho other So it is betwixt faith and works CHAMPION MILLS A REAPERS MOWERS Â¬ umrnsigna tho Hindoo scholar bright air a voice drops from afar say- story of scarlet fevers and croups and nay iu a riyht conception fides est STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS it the king among the grasses ing Up nnd down this sapphire floor I midnight watchings whon nono but God opus If I believe a thing- because I DOORS AND bASH A SPECIAMT Wnnmus calls it tho princo of pace to teach mon that llko mo thoy and hersolf in that houso were awako am commanded that is opus Selden Hoi 110 112 Second Street Oly IRONTON OHIO gotatJon Among all the trees that are passing away I gather up tho and then tho burials and tho loneliness I can see nothing to objoot to but cast a shadow or yielded fruit or waters from lake and sea and then afterward which was more exhausting ted their arms toward heaven it has when the thunders roll I refresh the than tho preceding watching had been on the contrary much to recommend DO YOU WANT TO SAVJI 110 equal in laymen constituting themselves lay for multitudinous uses Do earth making the dry ground to laugh no ono now to put to bed you want flowers How fair she once was and as grace preachers and carrying tho message of PROM 25 to CO CENTS ON EVERY harvest of wheat and fields of One palm tree will with put forth a hanging garden of them corn I catch tho frown of the ful as the palm treo but all tho branch- Â¬ the Qospel into pi ace b and among per DOLLAR YOU SPEND If so wrto POR OUB 1LLU8TIUTKD UATALOOUK ne cluster counted by a scientist con- Â¬ storm and tho hues of tho rain- Â¬ es of her strength and beauty wcro sons that a regular clergyman can not CONTAINING ILLUSTRATIONS ANBritlOU tldo on tho long ago torn off and thrown into tho approach Having caught tho flro go ovenlng fining 07000 blossoms Do you want bow At slopes I will pitch my pathway of her household Alas that and carry the fire Bishop Phillips OV EVERYTHING MANUVACTUIIKD IJT jood it is tho chief diet of whole na western the United States at MANurACTUX ns Ono palm in Chili will yield tent and over mo shall dash the saffron sons and daughters themselves so Brooks ER8 TRICE 10000 ILLUBTJUTIONi Â¬ Jnwy gallons of honoy In Polynesia and tho purplo and the flro of the sun straight and graceful and educated Infidelity is noisy but it Is shallow ALL LINES UEPBK8ENTED OlTALOOUl set A pillar of cloud llko mo led theÂ¬ should ever forgot that they are walk Â¬ Thomas 1alne said In five yean MAILED FREE ON APPLICATION iic chief food of tho inhabitant Iti India and surround- ing to day over tho fallen strength of there will not bo a Bible In America thero aro multitudes of people chosen across tho desert ADDR1S3 aPcndent upon it for sustenance ed by suoh as I the Judge of Hoaven an industrious and honored parentage We sralle to day when we read bit CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO A o you want cables to hold ships or and Earth will at last descend for A little ashamed are you at tholr un words Richard 8 Htorra NO 178 WEST VAN BIIEEN ST m grammatical utterance It was through to hold wild beasts CHICAGO ILL It is wound Behold Ho comoth with clouds In Man is by creation a llttlo lower the their sacrifices that you learned ac- Â¬ roPca unbreakable Do you want Oh ray friends if overytliing than Wolcs of houso furnlturo of speech Do you It is twist Inanimate world be useful let us Im Â¬ curacythem because thoy kwo patience tains the angels Man by redemption oba moro excellent name than thoy are a llttlo and with roats and woven into baskets mortal men and women be useful rP A N TrR V Writing FMn Arthur T Pierson i guess jwt shaped into drinking cups and in that respect bo like tho palm tree querulous ana complaining ih llvVTYIiYifci ju JiHveiepee jr b As lor eAee Ladlee In every human natum an angel Wete Paver onlyie10hi a qvJrc 011 JvV n hammocks Do youwtfnt But I must not bo tcrapteti uywuai you havo forcrotton how querulous and VS -a uicine IU nut is the chief prevent David says of that groen ahaf t of Pal complaining you wec whan you wro and a devil ar at wax tflua jta aed lUtleaety PALM SONDAY iro of dlacaso and tho chief cure for vm populations Do you want house It mtvik TTlt mUI i Wholesale Grocer SHOES faMum MARES BEOS MARES Â¬ i HARDWARE et Â¬ - UlI GEO Â¬ w wkwm Â¬ GROSSMAN CO j- SCHLEUTEBR Saddlery arid Harness m g Â¬ WMKERRC0 I - jte Â¬ g Tin 1 Mf J riumuiiixnJiiuijmijainjBm -- TTT Hazel SPENCER COOPER Friday Current He- Senator Shermans talk about tho sig Â¬ publican nomination Is regarded as Ho tolls everyone with whom nificant ht talks on the subject that he expects i iw- nominated on tho Wfnv Mr llarrlnon to be If n n mm Ulllllll iriii inw tiivnriiihlv adds 1 35 E- - MAIN STREET convention wil probably ho Isnt tho Mt Cuttom Houst Squire BHKtw Htamnedo to Maine or somo other man I LEXINGTON It is jokingly saut arouim mv muiio other HAZEL GREEN KY that tho Senator thinks KY- May 20 1892 man about tho same as John Sherman The Alliance members of Congress of News and Comment through Representative Watson the WATCHES Georgia havo served notice on roriTiciANH nro trying woifdcrfully Houac that they are tired of seeing rec linrd to defeat tlie will of tho people in ognition alternate between tho Demo v CLOCKS not nominating for President honest cratic and Republican members and Orovcr Olovoland but wo boliovo tho always skipping them and that until pcoplo will win they wero given the recognition thoy While in Cincinnati wo got Solid Sillier wero entitled to tho Alliance members hold of n Stock of Joods at 0 AND in nrnnnscd nuttimr their veto on all re- A MIL was last wcok introduced cents on tho dollar spot cash no unanimous consent Optical Goods tho Kentucky Legialaturo which has for quests for and matter who made by nor for wnat pur- Â¬ its object tho licensing of lotteries which we are going to give to it is proposed to mako tho tax 500000 pose The cause of this notice was an our friends and the public which samo is to go to tho school fund ineffectual attempt of Mr Watson to get while it lasts We have made recognized for the purposo of calling up Carlisle of Kentucky in a mighty the resolution requesting tho Ways and up our minds that we are go Â¬ good man to tio to if tho Democrats wish Means committee to report tho sub ing to show the people that to win but wo fear his strength in tho treasury bill we appreciate their splendid Chicago convention will not be sufiicicnt Representative Wand has given notico wo that bo intends offering an amendment to give him tho nomination Hence patronage in the past and we are for Cleveland Sundry Civil appropriation bill to the are going to sell the splendid MT STERLING KY requiring the coinago and issue in pay less than purchase we made at Hkavy rains aro reported from tho ment of appropriations of tho silver jETConsignincnts of produce tho rivers aro on tho rise At bullion now in the treasury West and the ujoods can he manufactured pntrouncc of Mountain Merchants nntl the respect St Louis tho Mississippi has already Tho Senate Foreign Auiiira committee is to lullv solicited for All we ask of you passed tho danger line and continues to has reported amendments to tho consular J K Sharp Bruce Trimble T G Denton riso Tho indications aro that the Hoods and diplomatic bill increasing to 30000 give our several of 1888 will be eclipacd tho appropriation for tho lUirenu of DENTON SHARP TRIMBLE American Republics and appropriating MT STERLING KY Senator Moiiuan of Alabama and 05000 for the preliminary surveys of line of Justice John M Harlan of tho Supremo the intor contlnontal railroad recom Â¬ A look We are going to name a few of the many big drives Havo now a complete Court have been selected as arbitrators mended by tho Conference of American Clothing Hats Boots Shoes we will offer you on tho part of tho United States in the Republics held in this city and Gents Furnishing Goods Hon E J Bebring Sea question To bo so near and yet so far from tho Good Plaid Cotton sold for 8ic now 5c a yard lMielps of Vermont will bo chief coun- Â¬ goal of their desires is the present situa Â¬ We solicit an inspection of Now Spring Style Shirting Prints fast colors 4c a yard sel tion of tho free coinago men in tho New Spring Stylo Dress Prints fast colors 60 a yard our goods and guarantee pri Â¬ Representative Pierce of Ten Â¬ Houso Plaid Cheviot Suiting former price 16c now GJc a yard ces satisfactory and articles as Tornadoes aro traveling through Kan nessee who is tho custodian of tho fate Camels Hair Suitings formerly 20c now 10c a yard sas aCalively rato One struck Augusta of tho Bland free coinage bill tho afore- Â¬ recommended t Heavy Jeans two good colors 10c a yard and Towanda Saturday afternoon de- Â¬ said fato being in the shape of u petition Heavy Cottonade worth 20c now 10c a yard molishing fifteen houses in Augusta and to the Committeo on Rules asking that a Cedar Pencils 5c a dozen razing every residence in Towanda but date be set to voto on tho bill and a clo- Â¬ Large Rubber Head Lead Pencils 10c a dozen MT STERLING KY recently rebuilt since tho cyclouo of ture rulo bo reported to prevent fillibus- Falcon Bank and School Pens 5c a dozen March Capital 200000 Sunrii8 80000 tering Speaker Crisp has pledged Ins 75 Needles or three papers for 5c Democrats word that if a majority of the Largo Bize Shaving Glass worth 10c for 5c J M WGSTAFF President John T Johnson of Franklin coun- Â¬ in the Houso will sign this petition tho G L KI UK PATRICK Vice President Extra large sizo Shoo Blacking 6c a box W W THOMSON Cashier will tako favorable ty and Charles Owens of Frankfort en Committeo on Rules Good Shoe Brush for 10c 0 Â¬ gaged in a shooting scrape in the streets action thereon and Mr Pierco has seGood Garter Web 2 yards 5c or 25c a bolt We respectfully solicit the business of mer of Frankfort Saturday night and Owens cured tho signatures of almost but not chants limners trailers and business men 2 Extra large boxes Lily Whito for 5c generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A was fatally wouuded Johnson was shot quito a majority of tho Democrats In tho Heavy Weight Nolo Paper 24 sheets or 1 quire 5c general hanking business done Give iir h in tho arm and Judgo W L Jett and Houso Will ho get tho three four or chance to send you n bank book nay your 50 Envelopes or 2 packages for 6c check and lonn you mnnov when in need Ho Anthony Leach passers by were each fivo additional signatures ho needs Fivo Thimbles all sizes for 6c V W Thompson Cash struck by stray bullets thinks ho will but tho opponents of free Extra large Gilt Back Blank Book for 5c coinage say no Thoy claim that ho has SON STHADEH Wire Garters and Sleeve Holders 5c Willis Martin was taken from homo already secured every signature that it 24 Shoo Laces for 6c Successors to J A Law Co by a lot of men in Montgomery county is possible for him to get and that thoy 7 8 and 0 inch Covered Dress Steels 5c a dozen LEXINGTON KY Saturday night and severely beaten havo tho promises of at least threo of tho 74 E Main Stukkt Large 8 inch Rubber Redding Comb for 5c They threatened to kill him and his fam signers to withdraw their names if it Wholesale Dealers In Largo Horn nnd Rubber Fine Comb two for 5c ily if ho did not leave tho neighborhood shall becomo necessary Largo Double Lock Money Purso 5c Straight Kentucky Whiskies Martin was living on some land near Tho Houso Committee on Invalid Pen- Â¬ School and Package Strap 10c Grassy Lick over which thero is a dis sions believes that it is for services per- Â¬ Indies Hose absolutely fast black 5c a pair o Wines Brandies puto botweon tho Crouches and tho Hen- Â¬ formed in tho army that pensions nro Ladies Fancy Hoso extra large 5c a pair rys and as ho recognized three of tho paid and that tho present residenco of FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY Seamless Mixed Socks 6c a pair Henrys as his assailants theyftwitb two tho pensioner is something with which CIGARS AND TOBACCO Splendid Fancy Socks 5c a pair others havo been arrested Congress has nothing whatever to do Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper 01tl Childrens Black and Fancy Hose 5c a pair has unani- Â¬ Tarr and Old Taylor consequently that committee Fancy Domet Flannel Oversblrs 25c each Just as wo predicted somo timo ago mously decided against the bill providMens Fancy Web End Suspenders 10c a pair tho rank and filo of tho Democratic ing that no pension should lo paid to 28 inch Turkey Red Bandana Handkerchief for 5c party in Kentucky is for Clovcland for any person who is not a citizen and bona Childrens Fancy Handkerchiefs lc each Cut Price House President and this was thoroughly evi- Â¬ fide resident of the United States Extra heavy and well made Striped Jeans Pants worth 150 for 100 a pair Jj denced by tho county conventions hold Jorry Simpson thinks tho action of tho j JlbT 107 RACE STREET Extra heavy 10 rib Umbrellas for 76c each In tho Stato last weok Whilo Mr Car Democratic House the members of tho CINCINNATI OHIO Genuine Gloria Silk Umbrellas for 1 each C lislo rocoived instructions in more of tho majority of which owe their election to Towels 10c a pair Iargo Fancy Border Hand - INDEUWEAK SHAW1S llOSt- counties than did Mr Cleveland it is pledges of economy in passing ono of Fancy Colored Window Curtains good 6c a yard BLANKETS SISKUY GLOVES clearly evident that a large number of the largest river and harbor bills ovor PENPEKS and all klnil 01 One dozen Napkins fringed for 25c tho uninstructcd dolcgates aro for Cleve known will mako thousands of votes for wares and other goods in Notion ana we could name at equally Furnishing Goods Line land Should it bo possible however to tho Peoples party which ho says is really And thousands of other items uominato Carlialo wo aro for him and the only party that stands for an eco- Â¬ II AG FKtMltCo In addition to abovo immense bargains we will low prices wo believo ho can bo elected his resi Â¬ nomical administration of tho govern- Â¬ 100 Church Street New orK cash purcaaser of 5 00 or over also to every Special attention to mail orders sell to every dence south of tho Ohio river to tho ment contrary notwithstanding Many of tho Senators who favor tho person paying us 1000 or over in cash on notes and accounts t freo coinago of silver aro activo In their for of The Kentucky Press Association meet Â¬ opposition to tho confirmation of T Jof BANK ing at Lexington last weok was without foron Coolidge as Minister to Franco 100 to every cash purchaser of We also give free WINCHESTER KY doubUtho grandest over held sinco tho So serious has this opposition Income very handsome gilt framo looking glass or a organization of tho association and tho that a resolution was oilered in oxecutive or more n President N II WmiEHHPOON We have tho largest doors of tho city woro thrown wide open session by a Senator friendly to Mr largo sizo picture or chromo Jt I II UNTElt Cashier to tho guesU in attendance Every edi Harrison requesting the withdrawal of Paid up Cnpitnll2OClO0O00j tor who enjoyed tho pleasure of being the nomination Tho resolution was de Â¬ present is eulogistic in praisa of tho pco- Â¬ feated which may mean either that a Surplus UUIKHMJW This Hank solicits the account of wr Lexington majority of tho Senators intend to voto plo and their hospitality and of Louisville Wo want your pat Â¬ chants farmers trailers and business Hie will thus sccuro a vast amount of free to confirm tho nomination or just tho Stock in tho Stato outside II limit Kiiutimi KentUCK in ITiiitiuii null I advertising No one surely will deny reverse as It may bo that the silver Sen Â¬ ronage and will make prices to secure it oilers its oustoumrs every facility and the Himtf the most liberal terms within her this littlo boon aftor tho banquet for ators object to letting President Harrison ocucyi We will also take in exchange for merchandise or on legitimate banking her push and progress In tho last decado down so easy preferring to havo tho notes and accounts all kinds or merchantable produce live havo undoubtedly sot her ahead of all Sonata reject tjie nomination other cities in tho dear old Common Â¬ Senator Hill sprung a now question stock saw logs and railroad cross ties lMtACTKAI wealth nud no whero on Gods globo is on tho politicians How many members thero to bo found a hotter pcoplo The will there bo in tho next electoral col Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers Btauds ready to do Its share in lego Hill contends that tho elec Â¬ Mr Herald HAZEL GREEN KY all things for tho advancement of Lex Â¬ toral college can not bo legally based NlnckMiiltlihiir of nil kinds sollelled wjj ingtons intorests That wo wero unable upon tho now Congressional apportion Â¬ work promptly done We make ft specum of ImlUlIiiK Wsu wngons mill Kimriiir meeting was our misfor Â¬ ment and that Us membership will be to attend tho F all work ii AI1 who nro Indebted to tune and wo regrot It soroly but all the 121 Instead of IM as most people havo NOTIOE Is linn or either or us lor worK iusi twine wo aro willing to lend our Lexlng been figuring upon As yet Mr Hill f FUW 1 a and settle and cash11 or satisfactory toi ins wins wo nlono in bis opinion but ho sticks to it j Isni liitrmilltT ton fHonda a holplng hand whenover 110 iicuuimuii ioi an Mint ihmiu Z and insists that tho voto of tho National utt ei TliimklnB vou for pnbt patronage am iw know them and feel there conventions shall bo reduced to tho old can for wo nulling eouuuunuee 01 fort hV much wo missed in not boinvr figures with tho votes of tho States ad Â¬ uwn in recpecttuiiy OF EASTERN KENTUCKY 188S added mitted since prmnt GbHerald - I - Editor WASHINGTON LETTER Wabhinciton 1 C May 1V02 LOOK 00T FOR OUR lkFIEDJJENlll Kp4 1 Itft BARGAIN tofl rtl1 vi HS COUNTERS HEI I fl I I Â¬ Â¬ I Will Pot You to 1 Is DIAMONDS KflEEHl Trimble Bros WHOLESALE BARGAIN TABLES - Traders Deposit Bank Â¬ R7S Â¬ H G FEDER - Â¬ 6 Pounds our Choicest Coffee One Dollar WINCHESTER General Merchandise 1 r6seT DeBUSK J T DAY THE CO -- ViSm -- I 11 ijIj wwMeHBmmmmmmmmaetmtanmmsvMrmtm J l W U limn ant llreuthitt tlimt ul other ihhth Hazel Green In Herald lurjjor ulrouliitlmi T- - MMtf - - mv qiWr Q Wolfo Morttnti In tin stale ami inerohiintH In Mt Sterling Win ehrster Lexington Louisville tint tlitpjn nutt will II ml ll Tint HKHT mkiiium through which to secure Mountain Trade ADVtillTlSINUllATLM TltANHIKNT Ailvertliomontx lincrteil for loxs tlimi 3 will Ito 7ft cout an inch Tor the llrst cents an inch for onuh sub insertion and seijiiutit insertion JCCTAlIi TltANSIKNT ADVItltTISIXU l llftf III rAH IN AUVAMK uiDiitliH I STANIHNU AHVItUTISKMKNTH 12 1 Inch luoliCH inoltoM months J l A inolifs 7 12 M lii A HI 7 tl Liberal rales on larger itdverlNeineuts niadu known nil application Local notices to Ito interspersed among rending matter 10 cents a line with i dis count of 25 per cent where tliey run a month or more Obituaries tribute of icipcct etc He n line Count six words to the line and send Wo will write money with the mauttseript obituaries and publish at A cents a line Marriage and death notices not excecding ten lines solicited mid published l ltn Inilifi M 00 lYAIIII frllius QUAIlTKItlY ON DKMANII volt ItKonAii Anvnrristxu SPKNVKU COOPKK llael Jreen lv Address HQTIG E Â¬ world famed aeronaut will give a grand free baloon ascension on that occasion Jeo I vigors has moved his mill from which alone will bo worth the price of Lucy Creek to Sandtield admission to tho show and the many Little Miss Uallio Tnulbee has our other additional features will doubtless attract the largest crowd to Hazel Green thanks for some nice onions that has boon seen hero since the fair last T Hughes of Cainpton paid our fall Some of the finest acrobats that town a Hying visit on Monday over graced tho American arena will ap Hoc May of White Oak has been en pear on that occasion and the amuse gaged as advance agent of Toots Uros ment oltored in the athletic sports will be appreciated alike by old and young Show Remember that on this occasion tho pro Mrs Nannie Jlerndon of laintsville ceeds will be donated to Mizpah Lodge is visiting her sister Mrs John il IMor No f07 F A M and le certain to att at this place attend Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We htivt just overhauled our iiKiiliiiL The Toots Hros Show to be given here list hikI the tlnte after your immu shows If you are on tho 21th inst next Tuesday will be tlio time you arc paid up to in arrears please send your renewal at one of the grandest exhibitions overseen onco US wo need money badly and must in tho mountains Prof Sweeney the collect AMiKiiisntipnoNs in advaxck A Hjvy of lovely luilies laden with tgood thiugrt for the editor larder willed tipoll ita again on Monday night last They brought witlrthem basket of early vogetable jarn of preserve glasses of jelly dishos of honey butter eggs flow ers etc and a pound of rice for luck Thus again are we made to feel that it is good to be here and thai our linen have fallen in pleasant places Twice in less than n month have the ladies of the town nulliwl it tn Mill iiu iiniiia ni iiiimi iin nnu IaI uit i lt- - moil esteem and together with our bettcr wo deslro to thank Mrs Hello Oodsoy Mrs Lou Mine Mrs W T Caskey Mrs Lucy Piorutt Misses Mary and Hose Trimble and Master Courtnoy McGuire who acted us escort on tho occasion and assuro them one and all thnt these tokens of their esteem will ever be cher- Â¬ ished as among tho dearest inemorioH of our lives May peace joy and an everlasting prosperity nbido with not only tho ladies of this last and the former oc Â¬ casion of our pounding but with all the good ladies and the good people generally in the community in which we find pleasure in living And may Gods blessing be in every household in this loved land and sweet peace dwell with every family all of whom have boon bound to us within the past seven years by some little kindness thai makes us feel that life is worth living 1 Mi 1 III X At a mass convention held ht tho Court House In Winchester lnt iturdny tho Mth inst the following resolution was uimntmouMy ndopted Hosolved That having tho highest ro gard for tho ability and Integrity of Mar Â¬ cus C Lisle mid tho utmost confidouco in him as u suitable person to represent the Tenth district in tho Congress of the United States tho Democrats of Clark county cheerfully recommend him to the Democrats of this district and earn- Â¬ estly urgo them to select him us tho partys candidato for that position at the election to bo held in Novcmber- Winchester Sun ritlronii of Itnxel Jreen and vicinity can secure stationery of any kind they may de sire by culling at this olllue Wo have just received ltMi Ledger Paper lJMti 1 Mb Mb fi lti Â¬ H F u PIERATT dialrh in ffii M LIVE STOCK CQ mEiEb v mim Am COUNTRY PRODUCE 9 a J LI All AA mm U aJi Good People Play Progression Buy your goods whilo they aro cheap and now is tho time WW Â¬ Journal Paper Letter Paper Foolscap Paper Â¬ Â¬ Legal Note Paper Lend Pencils Pens Ac All of the best quality and sold at the duce lowest prices We have also a supply of the Imvo extended tho Credit System until wo nro coin polled to oloso our liiicst printers stationery uver seen In Kast books ami we respectfully ask those who owo tin to como In nml pay part ern Kentucky including Irish linen Amer Trusting you will heed this wo remain ican linen Old Heiwick ito and will print or all of your note or account 11 P 1MEUATT CO Very respectfully mid furnish it In quantities to suit at the lowest rates Hive this ollice a call when you want paper or printing of any kind and tf save money Â¬ Commereluloto Papor and this is our reason We want to buy more goods Dont you see that is business Wo aro not in business merely tor pleasuro nor for health but for tho profit and the way to niako it profitable is to sell overybody And tho way to sell everybody is io soil cheaper than anybody And that is what wo aro going to do for Cash or Country Pro mm bmmm mi CO jnPWo flLT to FEDER SILBERBERG Go to H F Pieratt Cos and buy 113 tho wire nail at fie per lb If not satis WH0LKSALK factory when tried monoy refunded Â¬ II F PlPKATT k CO VWVWi ViVVW AViVVAVANW mm o v m ftjjuirrjw Represented 2ftm 115 W Third Stroot H CINCINNATI O iMAXUFACTUJtKUS rMlSfnwliM tilET7P iiiii mk by W CILLIS Z 2 a -- Li m Executed at this office in the highest stylo of the art and nt satisfactory prices Notebeads envelopes sale bills Ac Work promptly done and nothing but the best material used Send for estimates WANTED TllAIXtill and herewith invites correspondence on the subject Address 1 S liODSKY President 1I011MK CO Tl Tr Â¬ The Haxel Green Fair Association desires to emnlov a KUUJT tliASS i juoiiiau mt The Best is the Cheapest fUPN aint nub IS THE BEST i vt - Miss Eliza Tnulbee of Morgan county W G Lacy who has been tho book visiting her brother Dr John A Tnul Â¬ keeper for J T Day Co of this place bee of this place has resigned his position and been sue ceoded by a Mr Troy of Clay City forMary Jane Isom wife of our colored merly book keeper for Conn Hros of folloWcitizen Dun Immu has our thanks Mr lncy needs a rest and Winchester for a moss of Hue young onions until he recuperates will not engage in II Wilson of Duysborough last business again but wherever he shall go week purchased a line three year old a host of friends will wish Giant all the Middle horse for which he paid 100 good luck that can fall to a mortal Â¬ is Â¬ u ID Qe4aIf M jk i wt It is 4ft 3 rt o c -- T 2 S l NW J3 ett J 4 Og a O a IU x s 3 s S w 8 o C1 not a Patent Paint but the best Paint that can bo made by an experiended Practical Painter with the assistanco of the latest improved and poworful machinery Jt is guaran Â¬ teed to give satisfaction- Will cover one half more space than lend and oil mixed by hand Sent freight paid for Ono reliable dealer wanted in each 160 per gallon town Send for color cards etc to 3 JO Lion Paint and Color Works LEXINGTON KY Ptes 2W tog 0 Mrs Lucy lierutt has our thanks for a dish of the most delightful home made candy we ever ate and Miss Cora Me liiire will also accept thanks for its safe delivery SheriirShcrmanCopeof Breathitt county and Deputy Sheriff Mason Ingrain of Morgan county were guests of tho Thoy Day House Wednesday night in custody Jim and Sam Whitt had charged with robbing John French of There will be an election for two Breathitt county TVo prisoners were school trustees in this district held at arrested in Morgan and tho officers were the public school building on Saturday en route to Breathitt with them Juno 1 and in selecting thorn the chil drens best interests alone should control Wanted A woman to cook wash Â¬ -- niu trt copj o q lo 0 It s O C GREEN HTJFFAKER LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Hazel Grkkx Ky May CO S H 5 o o S Wholesale Boots and Shoes 10 1892 Â¬ W3 fs S3sS a awj 5 To tho Trtido of Eastern Kontuoky Contiguous to Hazol Groen 5SB Ce - Â¬ t OM r e 5 - Middle and iron for a small family dUJ aged woman with no encumbrance None Hurt Thompson a member of the firm cw jjuu5 oft but a good cook with good character of Chiles Thompson Co of Mt Sterneed apply Address or call on Spencer K ling and well and favorably known in LUSTS 2 kM 2 n Cooper Hazel Green IU c a ii this section died at his homo in Mt E E j Sterling Monday night of some disease MORGAN COUNTY 5 S of the throat -- I Kztl KvolutloiiH o Lust Saturday 1 S Niekell arranged Dr Jeptha Fallen of Wilmor Texas arrived here Saturday night en route to his carriage and in company with his the homo of his brother llov D II wife Mrs Alice Frazior anil laughter DINGFKLDFU WITH lallen who has been quite ill since last Mrs Komj K Pieratt and Mrs Clara Pior winter much to the regret of a host of att loft to visit Frank Cecil and family Some parties seeing them on Grassy relumes ami friends CO M KOJJINSOU while on their journey and knowing John II Pierutt Chap Swango and J Nickolls polities supposed they wro Importers and Jobbers of H Ivaus all of whom returned Tiu s clime to establish a going to some lively day from Mt Sterling report that Mon AND NOTIONS womans snllrage colony On thoir re- DRY GOODS day was mi awful dull day for the sale of turn homo they encountered a severe stock at that place and that a great deal 5 ril and rllstorm which was to touch him not to Xoa wis left over unsold make tho above impression any more r West Main Street nothing to do with these John 1 Rose Jr of Lacy Creek has and to have LOUISVILLK KY our thanks for some of the finest pic little political movements which are cal Ko HUYAN plant wo have ever moii Indeed we culated to ruin a mans politics WITH doubt if any as large was ever seen in n ember Jonah this section The stalks are at least two J C Couch last week bought of J M IWt long as bunions busouit built of Pieratt 17 head of cattle for -- 9850 and 150 from A H baker pie crust and very juicy SO head of sheep for Niekell 41 head of sheep for 100 and WIIOT KSATiE Tomnue Easterling Vho served his Jfl head of sheep from A 11 Pieratt for lienticeship in this ollice and who IfiO now holds a IIUUa year position in the Mill PliTiitt dr in company with Keliicntion room of the government ltoliiiisdii loft for Texas this Iliiiiing ollice at Watdiington by reason Marion WEST MAIN ST morning f the knowledge thus gained spent LEXINGTON KY John lieratt and wife and Mrs Nun Sunday us the guest of the editor and visitinj in town last bettor and left Monday to visit iiii Herndon were 1 F LOCKHAUT titer friends and relatives about White woob Miles Yiuuim recently soui uis niunum Uak and West Liberty lie will return EnvTrcvrarn to Wnshinirtoii this wonk but hones to to Lee and Thomus Caskoy for 300 J LLIJJ MNs Genie Cookroll has boon on tho 5m visit us i ouie time in August and KZIUj KY whenever ho comes the latohbtriug on sick list several days Kch Hill hangs on the nutsido for him James Lykius paid our town a flying Tl Tho justly celebrated Pcrrviun teel iieun ni having reined him from a thirteen- - visit luit week 11 Lvkiiin vMiliiK in town tins olUce at 10 coiiIhii doen yiar old luil we hold a pardonable prldo j Aira Mi it and tho best pencil In town at 5c apiece JibUnr jo him j Â¬ the voter We have this day completed arrangements with tho above named firm and will handle their goods in largo quantities We especially invite an inspection by the merchants as wo are prepared to duplicate any and all prices quoted in Louisville Cincinnati or Knoxville Merchants can buy these goods almost at their doors and save largo freight bills We are preparod at any and all times to furnish these goods in any and every quality sizo and prico All wo ask is a trial Respectfully e J T DAY CO Hazel Green Ky s - in t-u- ao fi mrwnr i 1 VIIIBiai ai I J totv wr rjuHAfr H Gv -- rf r Mil J I oarr Illokorr 3rove Farm home j orJuy Kyeioo iiuoino 1wiBHyi vnerirywrn rvory known romvtiy removed a larKeliiuioU of two yewrif Ntundliiir from with three apiillcutlonu of r a year old Oily 5 QUIHNS OINTMENT ItlHlhobcutpropartttlon I haveevoruMdorheard of I hiurtUyrucoininemllttoHllIIoreinu We have hundrtdi cf ueh ttittmonlaU per betllt Aik yourdruiailHtforlt Hlio rrlce81no dom nut ktHiliMJiitJuiiJciiuiuiorllvirfirtrUI6ox CO WhltoliHll N Y W U Â¬ Â¬ I - iTBADKMAHK iiIV Â¬ R1L GIEAFB1 SGI0OI BOOKS I PEARSON CLARK Tlu iiiulii iilKiUil laktn pluiiMiro In iinnniincliiK tlmt thoy lliave Jtint Jciiniiilctid ur rmiKentiiilK with llto AiihtIciiii Monk Company tlmt will vimblo iilni to tell tlio fcliool iituiku ailoitttil bv tlio Statu Ilounl of Ktlnmllon at tlio folhtwluv 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Kateti Sainplu room atluched nml pf renvmaliltt rutronnuu U olitl nitec to niniiimimiat uwi Jly retpuetfully HoHultcd D AY IIOUSK IlAlli UUKKN KY TU J A TAULHKH I Phyaician and Surgeon Hwsol Orvon flfe County v KKNTUCKY v t m Hazel Green Herald axil iixir OUTt DEAD mhkcS ens ub 1H summer day to ntroll Amid the busy allanroof tho wood Atid In tho nholtar ol the sturdy oak Z saw feathered pair and blrdllmtn four KY I And marked their happy life X went that way again Tho winter wind Moaned thro tho leaflets boughs Tbilr rtrntna of sadness chilled my heart I Tkaltfhlnff branchos walled n funeral dirge And grlovlng mourned tho dond thot slow sad I thought the happy birds nro doad Tholr sonKit will cheer no more Mow changed It steincil thut llttlo hounoof ntloks Tho Ufa all Rono it lost tho power to thrill That now tho birds wero doud Thnt birds bad gnno beforo Anf tho I saw them not nor heard tholr Hongs I knew they wore not dead but happy living on In sunny southland woods Vtt further aiming I remembered then Dut when tho winters cold Is dono tho oak ovor stretch Its pleading arms Tlio birds will como again And nil the empty nests Weep not for loved ones gonefor summors It shall not thus unheeded Will ccatio Its moaning then Nor mourn to bavo them book To want mid suffer In thin winter world them auhtloin sunny southlands live Tho winter our wo meet again rt Think how a Saviour wept a Lazarus gone And wopt for what him loud Ah nnl lie It now too woll what ho would do I think ha wopt that ono from Ilotivons blUt Must soon to earth return T 11 Edwards In Intorlor SVr NJfr Ai 0AurfTJUTliTy JaH mmBaumcf lyi fntiJlAlitm- CHAPTl I JK VI CONTINUKI havo u good deal of patience Ol- Â¬ hiiid hor lover lifting Ida oyo ive I will remind you thnt If wo browh nlwnyH had to Htop and consider tho In- Â¬ terests of tho stupid onus wo should never advance nt ull Dut I wont urguo with you It Ih always wusto of tlmo tonrguowlth a woman I have got to Miinlc and act my dear and your part Ih to trust mo and enjoy the fruits of my toll Most people would say that you hnd no reason to complain of your lot Soma would go so far aH to call you a very luoky girl And they would be quite right dear hho pried renting a gontlo hand upon his arm Dont think that I do not upproelato all your energy and pi tiokv rdont think that I urn not grate ful XorLyPnr willingness to work for me Only only I am sure wo shall bo all tho happier If wo can honestly toll ourselves that no one Is any tho vorso for our snoops Wo laughed u llttlo Indulgent laugh Hy nnd by when we havo reached oui goal wo shant remembor tho ob Â¬ stacles that we cleared avay from our path ho said gayly You talk very prottilj OHvo I am pleased to hoar you express yoursolf so woll Hut later on when you havo plenty of mon- Â¬ ey to spend on dresses nnd knick knacks you wont sing tho same song You will glvo to charities of course and buy things at bnaars and patron lo concerts and that Is all that can bo reasonably expected of you lie did not hoq her disappointed look She had turned her face away and was gazing across the park with gravo sud uyes Sho had dreamt of n life that was to bo lived with him a lifo full of deep meaning iiml bravo effort a lifo that was not made up of show and solf hooklug Perhaps sho hud not counted much on enjoyment her pleasures had been slmplo and fow and nil hor Idous pf happiness wcro contorcd in him Dut Bhu had pictured them as working to Â¬ gether not for themselves only but for others welfare also and In n dim way hho had realized that If wo want to know what kind of lifo wo nro living wo must look for Its rollootlon in tho lives around us I suppose I need not caution you ho said after a brief silenco but it is important thnt no one should bo told anything about my plans Dont dis- Â¬ cuss my affairs with your unolo Wako ho Is a man with whom I cant sympa Â¬ thise a roan who has wasted IiIh capaci- Â¬ ties In an absurdly uurousonablu way Of course I wont toll him anything OHvo answered but I wish you liked htm bettor Michael for I already lovo him Lovo is a valuablo artielo and ought not to bo given away in hasttt said Miohaol with ono of his indulgent But as you are to llvo under smiles his roof it is woll that you dont find him unondurablo You will havo afonst of books llttlo woman Ah that pleases youl Sho looked up with all tho light of youth and joy in hor beautiful fate It seems sho said as If I should never got to tho end of all my delights Aro you going to take me home now Woll Michael wo must go to church this evening To satisfy you I supposo wo must You women seem to tltbdc he replied that you cant keep good without go lag I The Wake did not ask where they had 1ccn Samuel Wakos own face brightened when ho saw that his niece looked happy And then came tho Sunday dinner and afterwards a pleasant afternoon spent In a larger iilttlng room upstairs and Olivo and Michael turned over piles of books to their henrts content Tho Bhopkccper sold second hand volumes as well as now ones nnd Ollvo liked tho old books best of all Sho was a llttlo dis- Â¬ appointed when Michael said that ho never read nny poetry nowadays You used to llko somo of tho verses In my Christian Year sho said re- Â¬ I havo heard you repeat gretfully them Very likely but I havo outlived all tho poetry of life That only comes to us at tho beginning of tho journey ho answered And at tho close Bald Undo Wako Woll Im not near tho closo yet Michael spoko with high good humor Hut Ollvo may read as many verses ns sho pleases I havo got to think and work I shall work too said Ollvo with a quick bright glauco I must begin tomorrow Michaels brow darkened If I had my will you should not do anything ho cried Dut you cannot havo your will dear Michael sho answered gently You know that I was coming hero to get work and Undo Wake has satisfied him- Â¬ self that my employers aro respectable people Desldos I dont wantto bo Idle Michael turned back to tho books with a dissntteilcd look and Samuel Wako began to point out the inorits of somo quaint old engravings Then came tea and tho young pair set out for West Â¬ minster Abbey A slight rain had fallen and Michael laughed at Olives enthusiasm for tho showery lights shining ovorywhero nnd and tho thin clouds blown by soft winds across tho crowd of housetops and Bpires Sho was silent when they drew near tho abbey and icr hand clung closely to his arm Thoy wero late tho scrvlco had already begun and u great wavo of music enmo sweeping towards them Tho trlrl bowed hor head and hid her tears already sho Was realizing that sho must not let Michael get too many glimpses of her innor self Of course he loved her Did ho not speak confidently of the future lifo that they wero to livo together Dut what sort of a life would It be Hero In tho hplcmn old abbey with tho misty arches overhead and tho waves of music rolling ovor her Olives heart was throbbing with awo anil gratitude So much hud been given al- Â¬ ready sho hnd been led out of a narrow world Into n wldo one hero wero chanting voices and deep organ notes expressing all that words could not sayi A Hood of feeling overwhelmed her sho was worshiping and giving thanks in her tears and silonco And Michael Â¬ He always preserved a vivid remem Â¬ brance of his own youth and nothing would have Induced him to mcddlo with the course of a lovo affair Dut was this a true lovo affair Ono porson was in lovo with himself and only wanted a wlfo to feed nnd nourish his sclf lovo tho other was clinging fondly to an ig- Â¬ noble being tricked out in a fancy cos turao of hor own making Truo lovo dwells nipong dreams and fitful lights and shadows but Its dreams tako a dollulto ahnpo and como to life and then it is not afraid to stand faco to face with tho mi This curious unsuccessful old man understood Ollvo very well and un tho days wont on ho saw that she suffered from feelings that wero many and com- Â¬ plicated Sho was always trusting and mistrusting doubting and longing to bellovc unquiet because tho truth that was In her would not lot her bo satisfied with shams Very gladly would ho havo tolled for hor and spared her all necessity of work Dut ho knew that work was good for her that tho world was good for her that tho sight of many faces and tho sound of many voices would help her along that diffi- Â¬ cult unseen path which every one of us must tread alone She settled easily nnd naturally Into her placo In Durrldgos Uowershop and all Lucy Cromers predictions wero ful- Â¬ filled It was only with Michael that Olivo was nervous and shy with other peoplo sho could hold her own modestly and quietly ynt with resolution Tho ceasoless roar of tho great street soon ceased to bo confusing Sho sat steadily at her work behind tho counter bend Â¬ ing her small brown curly head over tlio fragrant blossoms There wns al Â¬ ways a groat deal to do Wreaths and crosses for tho dead bridal bouquets sprays and graceful trailing clusters for ball dresses Her deft fingers did won Â¬ ders with flowers arranging them among many shaded leaves and dcllcnto maldonhalr Tho window was filled with specimens of her handiwork passers by paused spellbound tho charm of her fancy gave a now beauty to tho fair frail things that sho touched with dainty skill Ono day some one camo into the shop and ordered ti spray of yellow roses Ollvo was as busy ns usual but when he spoko sho looked up Ho wns a woll built man slightly nbovomlddlo height and ho was looking at her with a pair of thoughtful gray oyes dark and rather lethargic He had a clear irentlo voice and slow mnnnor in which how- Â¬ ever thero was not tho slightest affec- Â¬ tation Nothing in his faco was re- Â¬ markable tho skin wns bronzed tho features Irrogular and a tawny mus Â¬ tache drooped over tho mouth Yet thero was something in thoso henvy liddcd gray oyes that mado Ollvo think of them again Thero was a lady with him n well mado woman not beautiful but dis- Â¬ tinctly thoroughbred Sho woro a jacket and gown of brown twoedand tho plain costume seemed to adapt itsolf to all tho easy movements of tho wearer She too looked at Olive and tho girls quick ear caught tho sentence that tho man said to her in a low voice It was something about Dantes Matilda who on tho edge of happy Lethe stooil wreathing llowcrs with llowors They departed and Ollvo went on with her wreathing Often in a silent fashion si 10 talked with tho blossoms as sho picked them carefully out of tho scented heaps before her and confided her thoughts To tho lily bolls tender Aud gray hollotropos Nothing of tmportanco happened la these days of early summor while 01 ivo aat wronthlng flowers in th Ho gent street shop Tho routino of her business lifo was seldom broken die customer who had ordorcd tho spray of yellow roses camo lu nnd wanted moro Ho scorn to rcqulra a grant many bou quets and sprays and sometimes the young lady in brown tweed enmo with him but moro often ho was alone The llowors wcro packed in tin boxes and sent to Seaward Aylstono Esq Cecil street Strand If Olivo had forgotten tho existence of Aaron Foulnke Jano Challocks letters must havo recalled him to her mind Dut sho had not forgotten him and hnd asked many quentions of Mi chaol about tholr old friend She had soon discovered however that Michael hated to recall early associations aud his answers wero so curt and unsatisfactory that at last sho dropped Aarons name altogether Still it vexed her soroly that sho had no nows to send to Jane for although there had been no Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dent still and but ahe waa happy aad eon HOME HINTS AND HELPS s oiup it unmcuiatoly A good supply of dlsh towots is a necessity do not try to get along with a few Health aud comfort aro pro- Â¬ moted by nn abundanco of every fur nishing in tho kitchen department Somo of tho fires caused by lamp ox plosion might Imj averted by keeping tho ornamental vases In the room filled with hand Tho sand promptly applied to an incipient fire rapidly smothers It To polish Ivory scour It with tho finest sand paper then moisten some whiting with oil and apply with a piece of smooth limine rubbing It well and finish olT with a slightly oiled linen rug Splco Cake One tcuspoonful each molasses and sour milk two thirds tea cupful butter three eggs one teaspoon ful each of soda nutmeg and cloves one and a half teuspoonfuls cinnamon three teacupfuls Hour Orange J mid Â¬ To stop bleeding apply tea leaves or a pasto of flour and vinegar It is eald that scrnppinga of sole leather will Farmer MJ ill m j IN mmiiiiHiKs aowiniHiioi HUNIUY AFTKUNOON by her sldo stood perfectly unmoved wishing that they had not come Im glad It Is over ho said as they wore coming out Another shower and a heavy ono too After all Ollvo It Is u good thing you havo your old bon Â¬ net on It will stand wetting and I have not seen a single ncqualntanco all day CHAPTER VII AUONO KlOWRUS tho llttlo woman was qulto equal to tho and oven spoko a few words of encouragement to her companion Michael Chaso doesut waat you to Dut you will bo nil work sho said tho happier for an occupation OHvo I wish wo hud found something for our Jesslo to do Wo leapt her hero moon- Â¬ ing about tho houso and going for aim- Â¬ less walks and so it camo to pass that tho Idle young woman met with an idle young man llo thought she had money becauso sho had nothing to do Idleness is a sign of riches If sho had boon a busy working girl sho wottld havo escaped floorgo Durnott Tho wlfo Isnt always wrong said Samuel who had been listening with And tho foolish rather u sad smile father was tho chief person to bo blamed It was my fault Ollvo Poor Jesslo was a doltcatu looklng whtto thing pretty In hor way and I thought sho was too fragile to go Into a busi- Â¬ ness Goorgo Durnott took hor for an heiress I supposo IIo bollovod that I could afford to koop hor and hor hus- Â¬ band too You are fortunate Olive sighed Michael isnt courting Mrs Wake toehareh He was very kind and gracious su you for what he can get He loves they went homeward and told her the you doesnt he Samuel Samuel nodded and added mentally mmbhm of the streets pointing out eb As much as he eta loe anyone leeia ef Internet with waUrinf good i occasion Â¬ Ollvo to tho fiowor shop on Monday morning Palo and shadowy as ever Mrs Wako was ready to acccompany her garlands early girlhood of tho plants that her father and mother had tended in llioir cottage garden of tho May garlands that tho village children had carried from door to door of tho nosegay that Michael had brought her ono summer morning his first love gift Slmplo memories Indeed yet thoy helped to keep hor spirit fresh and sweet and cherish her old lovo for tho humble uountry homo that was now so ivr away Nowadays with all tho htores of Uncle Wakos shop at her command sho spent a great deal of time In book world Aud tho books filled her mind while her fingers wero busy and kept hor brain so happily occupied that sho missed many undesirable things which sho might otherwise havo seen aud While sho sot cluster beside hoard cluster sho thought sometimes of Por dlta at tho shoop hhouring offering poslos to the shepherds guests or per Â¬ haps of Nydtu tho blind fiower glrl of Pompeii weaving her ohuplets In tho Thessullun fashion or of those heaven ly llowors which St Dorothea sent to Theophllus after her martyrdom And all tho while tho roar of tho great world was going on and tho endless procession went sweeping along pala- Â¬ tial Regent street while ono quiet maiden dreamed her dreams and wovo In pcaco In And they in their turn breathed out fragrant memories of hor childhood and dear frlond who hud once sat Sho did not forget Lucy Cromer that this very place busy with tho sumo dainty work that sho was doing now Llttlo as Ollvo know of Lucys story sho had guessed nt somo of Its details nnd felt throbbod over tho llowors In thoso dnys Why had life been mado bo bitter to Lucy and so sweet to Ollvo horsolf Why had tho one been takon and the othor loft This bright girl young and undismayed thought pityingly of hor who had leant upon a brokon reed and ratalaad nroudlv In the trusty staff that supported her own footsteps The time of loneliness and desertion was nigh at thnt a weary passlonato heart had openly avowed engagement everyone in Eustmeon had known that Juno Challock and Aaron Fonlnkc word lovers true In a village it is not easy to do ones courting unobserved Tho birds of tho air tell tho secret tho trees whisper It the stream babbles of DUSTING SHEETS It night and day Aarons unspoken lovo was freely discussed by all his old Fiiriilluro anil Keep It neighbors and poor Janes unuttered How to rrMri Clean hopes were tho property of all her girl All good housekeepers should provide friends dusting sheets with which to cover up Aaron Fonlnkc had always been n pieces of fine shy slow fellow one of thoso unlucky days They are furniture on sweeping best made of some very men who fall to express their feelings light coarse quality of unbleached musby look or voice Ho had often scowled lin such as comes at four or live cents at Jano when he hud meant to smile a yard It is use this than to sweetly but Jano preferred his frowns use old sheets better todo not which wear long to tho smiles of other men and in her and usually have rents in them heart she did not envy Ollvo for having through which the dust drifts We won tho magnificent Michael so dear cannot protest too strongly was poor gloomy Aaron to her Ollvo use of sheets which have against tlfe herself respected Aaron and liked him from the beds to be put inbeen taken tho wash not only for his devotion to Michael but It is an untidy fashion of careless cham Â¬ for tho steadfast honesty that she had bermaids Tho dusting always found in him No sho did not not be used after they sheets should have become believe that ho had changed to Jane soiled but should be washed like any stamp do not change but Men of his of they sometimes despair Aaron might other household linen Small pieces re furniture in a room miiv alwavs be loso his hope but ho would never forgot moved to outside the door on sweeping his lovo days but thero are always one or two Ono day when Juno was drawing to a large pieces close she wrote n llttlo note to Aaron room during that must remain in thu tho Fonlako and sent it to Dattersbys should be covered ordeal and therefore up closely works Sho asked why ho had not been The proper earn of furniture in this to see her and told him that ho would find her at homo any evening in tho matter insures many more years of wear to say nothing of tho satisfaction week Sundays excepted On Sunday of having ones belongings kept in a sho belonged exclusively to Michael neat ami dainty manner Few things and some instinct warned her that he more injurious to handsome furni did not wantto bo Sntimato with Aaron are ture than the drifting cloud of dust that Yet submissive as sho was in most follows the broom of things Ollvo felt that a tried friendship in a carpeted room a capable sweeper had its claims aud that something wns ever caro she takes in the city what due to Aaron Fenlnko It pained hor to parison between tho Thero is no com wear aud tear of think-- that Michael did not acknowledge furniture In the city and in the coun that claim and then sho soothed herself try and this is due more to the dusty by fancying that he had shown his grat-Â¬ location of thor itude aud good feeling to Aaron In ways oughfares our houses on the city to tho whore we are subject Dut that was not unknown to her man and the dust enough sho would bo kind also aud ashes of the garbage Is of every curt that driven past tho sho must see Aaron for Janes sake house Country houses sot liaek in Sho had posted her note on Monday green dooryurds well removed from and on Tuesday evening when site was the roadside suffer no such luconven sitting alone In tho room upstairs tence N Y Tribune Aaron camo in Ho paused awkwardly To rinlili u lloillee on tho threshold and Olive roso and went to him with an outstretched hand Press the shoulder scums open or and n bright faco both halves forward I prefer the latter Oh I am glad to see you nt lastlv The buck scum darts aud undor nrm Why seams open while the side form seam sho cried In hor sweet voice you been so long in coming havo should be turned back Press firmly Ho looked at her in an odd con- - with a bit of crinoline between the Iron I didnt know where and bodice using a moderately warm strained way you woro living ho said bringing out Iron Press the scums of a velvet or his words with u visible effort silk bodice by running the seams over You did not knowV Thou Michael tho front edge of tho Iron after standmust havo forgotten to giro you my ing It erect or the pressing will leave messages marks on tho outer material Dcforu Did you really sono messages to mo pressing overcast the seam edges with colored silk or bind them ho asked eagerly Indeed I did sho answered and 1 with tho thin silk binding sold havo been thinking you qulto unkind for this purpose In either case IIo looked at hor again vory search snip each seam twice at the waistingly as sho stood Illuminated in the line to prevent any drawing Cut the evening light that touched hor brown sleevu seams in the same manner and hair with gold Sho was wonderfully press these open Scalloping tho scam pretty prottlor than ho had ovor seen edges before binding or overcasting her yet It was as If sho had suddenly them Is u French fancy Leave scams sweetness and half an Inch wide except the shonhlor bloomed Into fresh brightness Her altored stylo of dress and undor nrm scums which should lw hud something to do with her now as three fourths of un Inch wide Cut tho pect but Aaron boing a man could scums evenly or the exquisitely nest not bo expected to understand this IIo olYeet will never bo attained Set tho did full justice to hor boauty but ho bolt half an Inch above tho bottom of took no plonsuro In it And yet when the waist lino and cnt stitch It to the sho spoke again and drow him gently center buck side form and sldo gore to a seat by tho open window ho was seams Tho bolt should bo a fourth of touched by tho tender gontloness of the an Inch smaller than tho waist line of faoe Thero was a look of humility In the bodice and thus keep it in place I the liquid oyes that softoncd him and remove tho strain Ladles Homo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I milk oven tcuspoonful of soda two of cream tartar three heaping eupsfnl of Hour or enough to roll out not vory stilt pinch of salt and little nutmeg -Detroit Free Press Cream Cake Take one cup f sugar break two eggs into a cup uid fill with sweet cream add a pinch of Halt two teuspoonfuls of baking powder and two cupfuls of limn sifted together Flavor with lemon and hultu in small putty pans The same reeipo may be baked in three deep tins ami put together with jelly lemon custard sliced bananas icing or fig Jain or it may be baked in one cuke nnd iced -Springfield Muss Republican Lemon Pie Take one teaimifnl sweet milk the grated rind and juice of lemon one tablespoon ful each of melted butter mid of corn starch ono tcucupful sugar yolks of three eggs reserving the whites for the white for the top Mix well together and pour Into a good crust and bake lien done beat the whites stiiV add a little su pir and llavoring and spread it over tho pie return it to tho oven and bake it to a light brown Orange Judd Farmer -- sugar ono tnblcspoonful melted lard heat well together add scant cum of Doughnuts One egg one even cup TO BX CONTINUED Journal v REBUKED BY HIS PARTY RtpubllcftHi Denounce lUrriaona Actios In thfl Ucliting Hch Matter tween Great llritalu and the United Statca Tliat blundor Ima brought the country to thu verge of war for unfortu- Â¬ nately n cause that does not command the cordial nympathy of tho masses of the people Tho people on national is Â¬ This they have sues are not partisan Thoy ask demonstrated repeatedly nothing of national administrations ex except fidelity to tho constitution and In conformity with It thoy will support iiny national administration against any Â¬ executive of tho national tfovermnont Ijoh been dellhcrntoly und of necessity rebuked and humiliated by a majority of it own party lu tho nonute To this point tho blunder of lUnluo and Harrison linn brought tho republicans In tho upper botse on the ponding issue be Â¬ Â¬ It has rarely happened In tho history of parties in tho United States that tho foreign foe slbility that should characterize every transaction of tho government of the Pnlted States Mr lUitinu claimed that wo acquired lUMiuiuy in miiKim monev thonOiv wii Ahiutm ivlliivtu 4iirn2iitwt one hundred miles of Hohring sea from frcJ ure biladelphians and fellow clt Wiiiiu lt tho lallots QY the coast Hue and that within this area umor T0V are republicans in whom only our vessels should have tin right hil-h-in meir ucuria no to engage In seal catching The Ignoblei nu Kuut sentiment Is cherished They government contended that we liritihh denied to Russia like claim in relation are always for the old ling and an up- Hut if Unit appropriation to Alaska before wo purchased that propriatlon be delayed by even so much as a day country und cited our official state papers in support of this position Mr their patriotism finds vent in denuncia tion of thd scoundrel in tho treasury iihiiuo repudiated Hritish interpreta department who violates the public tion of the papers Our revenue cutters accordingly faith by refusing payment to contractors seized Canadian vessels in Hohring sea These are the men for Secretary Fos Â¬ Tho Hritish government appealed over the executive to the judicial branch of ter to meet They declare in terms mil imVKiMimmif mill v itiirlit tw srt ui- - that their bills are not paid at maturity w v l MUU vi re oani- K nition of our iurisdiotlonal extent una no oincr rea- tiiicuifreuy uiiv from the United Mates supremo in the Say ward case The court threw son for building the government war out the cause on the technical ground ships than the glory of the country but that the question of jurisdiction was they see danger to the nation in the in not properly raised in the district court jury of their credit caused by the post of Alaska whence appeal was token ponement of their claims They have This brought the question back to Its in mind the terrible collapse of another foundation and all other resources ex- - j shipbuilding patriot when tho door of hausted tireat Hritaln proposed that the peoples strong box was closed our claim to one hundred miles should against his rapacity When he was be for tho time conceded provided we held even to a strict accountability ho agreed to reference without appeal of failed and demonstrated how great a all questions of law and fact to inter- boon republican favor had been Tho national arbitration tho concession be Crumps do not propose to be thus hum ing diplomatically a modus viveudi by bugged They will allow the secretary which Canadian poachers were ex Â¬ to tide over the pinch by withholding pensions Hut the patriots who are cluded until May of this your building warships must not be ruined Treaty stipulations voro then pro facceeded with and the secretary of state They are too important as political hicago tors and a campaign approaches for the United States ami the minister Times of foreign aiVairs for tireat Hritain pointed PARAGRAPHS jointly signed a preamble to a treaty providing for settlement of the entire - The importance of a democratic dispute by a court to sit at Paris Mr victory in Rhode Island is not to lie Hliilne signed this treaty without remeasured by the size of Such quiring that tho temporary concession a victory would spread the state whole over the of our claims should bo extended until N Y World the arbitration court shall submit its country President Harrison doesnt want findings to which both countries are a renouunat ion unless its forced upon pledged in advance him and he means to have It forced In failing to make extension of the modus vivendi u sine qua non of his upon him if lie has to write every fourth Â¬ signature to the proposed treaty Mr class postmaster In the country a warn Chicago Times Hlaiuu committed a serious error which ing letter The republicans have employed has brought us to possibility of war with Great Hritaln The president who a novelist to write a story In which the did not realize tho danger until after value of the protective tarlfi shall be the signature of Mr Hlaiue had been shown There is nothing novel in the put to the document made the best of protective arguments but a great deal Kau Â¬ a bad situation Ho could not repudi Â¬ that will make excellent fiction ate the signature of Mr Hlaiue without nas City Times Pension Commissioner Raum is raising a furious storm in his own party scandalizing his administration now in a chronic state of having no and giving confirmation to persistent information to give to the committee rumors that he and his premier were which is investigating him If his name personal antagonists All he could do were Dennis Secretary Foster might clam was to withhold official indorsement of perhaps describe him as St Louis Republic tho treaty as agreed to by Mr Hlaiue mouthed The Ohio republican state com Â¬ and he therefore sent the papers with out comment to the somite without mittee does not think that tho man who whoso approval arbitration cannot pro was big enough to devise the Melvinley bill unci to be elected governor is big ceed under it Tho senate Is now compelled to re enough to fill the position of temporary buke tho administration by doing at chairman of tho state convention Of this late day perhaps at a day too late course this only means that Foraker of what Mr Hlaine should have done be thu poisoned bund has got in Ids work fore he signed the treaty On motion witli the committee If the republicans of Senator Sherman the senate will ap of Ohio like that sort of committee it Is I f I Â¬ g Â¬ Â¬ i l Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -C- Unfortunately the course pursued by tho administration on tho lieliriug sua question has not been characterized by that clearness of argument that sin cerity of conviction tliat directness of method and that grave sense of reston- - world always subject the perpetrator U the suspicion of bankruptcy Hut the secretary bcllercd he had a better plan He laughed at tho propo- Â¬ sition that ho could havo difficulty in meeting the demands on tho treasury whllo thero remained In Its vaults any part of tho 8100000000 of gold hold fv r many years us a basis for tho green back circulation He knew that his party had made tho precedent of using trust funds for ortlluary purposes with Â¬ out regard to tho law under which thoy had been deposited in the treasury l or tho first time in tho history of tho government there had been a specific fund covered Into tho treasury and not accounted a liability If 8uch things could be done by direct legislation tho calico dealer would not hesltato to avoid an exposure of his partys extrav Â¬ agance by using tho gold bnsts for the paper circulation whenever empty vaults made such a course necessarv Relying on this plan the secretary has allowed his cash balance to run low and the departments have been en- Â¬ couraged to use all the money at hand In the furtherance of schemes which might have been postponed without detriment The pressure is now great from all sides The Cramps an not democrats making war uion tho ad Â¬ ministration They are patriotic shin- builders engaged in tho loyal effort to American navv and inci- lJIlM Companion A Dug Trata iUrtw There dlcd recemtly at LowMtoM Kngland ono who Is spoken of fcy tha local press an Ma very popular member of tho stuff of tho Great Eastern rail- Â¬ way Ho was a black and tan colli dog and lie was not appointed to tho position which ho held by tha officers of tho company but by himself Al- Â¬ though self appointed tlmo and habit brought about his recognition as asÂ¬ sistant train starter at tho Lowestoft station Through residence at the station ho had acquired an instinct which told him tho exact tlmo at which each train should start from tho terminus on its journey As tho moment drew near the collio becamo restless and excited As tho bell uttered ita first warning sound ho would scamper down tho platform and planting himself close to the engine bark furiously until lie saw thu wheels begin to move Having accomplished tho starting of the train as he supposed ho would rush to tho guards or conductors van and hurry tho conductor to his post As thu train passed out of tho station ho retired and was seen no more until the time was near for another train to start Youths SoutWatIa MlaearrUy 4H4 m ImvttHt ft UwKftqrKW Mabla Monthly Jauraa miMUaaJ terU or tha 8efc WM aa4 MMUlly f Texas will fea Tax ft Jhww 1 malkd for six mmUm fr ettarjra upoa applleaUoa to K B Fiu ker No M Chestnut 8U Ht Louts Mo Tho papar contains much valuable Information toVaoaa contemplating viMUng or aettllag la South went write ami abttda a copy FZ5R99H y1ifti Tffiimfc e who la only half baked that generally gets roasted Youkwa Htatesmaa 1 It is tha person l A nut Pkhtta wfcUh m kA patkac DrW and tha ecwwnwir Mp W bottles lliHdvcrotlne among my friends af- Â¬ flicted with headache nnd ia every case it has afforded almost Instantaneous relief Tub tlmo when a woman has no me ray Is when sho get a mouno la a trap llasia Horn BP AtXKN Co 305 Canal 8U New York aro solo Bgonts in tho United Slates for Uceobatas Pills 115 oonts a box I wisn George could bo cured or his in fotutition for Kmina Let him marry her Kiioon ordetrd and distributed one doien large Mr A B LAroaMK Boston Mass aaya vf7 nirai arMM BUNTINC When you buy Flags ypu want the best Government Standard is the best the largest flag dealers in the U S are G W SIMMONS CO Oak Hall Boston Mass Dealers in Military Writ Uniforms for a Rag Catalogue FLAGS Kennedys Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon thu blood and uiuaous tuirineoH oi mo svbioiiu jtioo ou por oot tic Bold by ull druggists TusUmonlalr f roe Uowi Thlat Wo offer Ouo Hundred Dollars Reward for any ensa of Catarrh that cau not be cured by Halls Cutarrh Cure Co Props Toledo O P J CiiKXnv Wo tho uiuicrsigued tiavo known P J Cheney for tho lut ir years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions am financially ablo to carry out any obligations nindo by their firm West Truux Wholesale DruRKlnta To Â¬ ledo O Wauling Kinuan Marvin Wholcsulo Prupglsta Toledo Ohio coinramWiiKr- Medical Discovery Takes hold in this order - It doesnt follow that a man In a oliirop odlst bccaiiHO ho cuts tho uorn from tho foot oi u mu UltiglHiuitoa livudcr A Dlaohnro of Cannon Closo to tho oar could hardly startle n por sou of nousltlvo nerves more than tho slumming of a door tho outcry of a child the ratllo of a heavy vehicle over a cobble stone pavement the walling of an asthmatic baud organ Qulot and strengthen super nerves with Hostattors Stomach Hitters and you can brnvo any hubbub Indigestion a fecund Vitti trunquiulty Boimltlvo tism Many a poor follow novor gets to hob tho sllvor lining until ho gets above tho oloud Columbus Post cmiso of liervousnoHs In bimishod by tho So uro mulurloun bilious and Hitters kldnoy complaints debility and rheuma- Â¬ remedy thats guaranteed If ft doosnt bonolit or euro you havo ta evorjrUdn can understand too by purifying Mt tho blood Whon youro woak be out dull nnd languid or whon blotches You hnoxv whether yoii nnd eruptions appear thats tho timo to take it no matter what tho need it or season Its easier to prevent than 8old by ovary drugBlst ana manufactured by DONALD KENNEDY to havo to euro ItOXllUUY MAS Â¬ For all diseases caused by a torpid livor or impure- blood jDyspop aia Biliousness Scrofulous Skin or Scalp Disoasos oven Consumption CREAM BALM in ita earlier or Lung Borofula in woiitii stages tho Disoovery is tho only Dr Piorooa Golden Mod ical Discovery In a wny that ypu diflen80 Seadi of Bowels Liver Kidneys Inside Skin Outside Skin that aught Driving before it not -- Catarrh WKSHJM FHfrFKVERi your money back When Kntnrn You pay only for tho good you may be bout to rendor It Ncoila asalstanco It promptly but ouo should rcinombor to uho got oven tho most perfect remodlon only when ncaded The best and most simple ami gentle remedy is tho Hyrup of Pigs miinu Tho proprietors of Dr Sagos Ca- Â¬ Incturcd by Uio California Pig Syrup Co tarrh Komody loso 500 it youro Thoy prom Mkx will worship tho ground a girl walks not cured of Catarrh on If she has good corner lots N O iso to pay you that if thoy cant Picayune euro vou What do vou loso bv PxiLOsioxi of Coughing aro stopped by trying it Is thoro anything to Halos llonoy of Horohouiid and Tar rink oxoopt your Catarrh PlkouToolhiicho Drops Cure in oncmluuto A man may bo hintcrn jawed and yet his face novcr light up Kuslou Pico Press levels tdl thinps but doesnt makon fellows head level ilazletou Sentinel Tim lary man alms at nothing and generally Utu It Hickory Leaves Â¬ to anv ssoo man Woman or Child auOfarltiar Vnni mf WM CATARRH BUr tSJB jtn Now Vorfc mm Not a Liquid orSnilff porilclo l applied into each nomril ami l bti nruuijuu or mull WKf fr lt tiAYii P E VE fv 107a UYmiOTIIKHSfBmrrinlU GOLD MEDAL PARIS W JIAKEIl COS ivmovvtl Â¬ Iovr Consumption carries off many of its victims need- Â¬ lessly It can be stopped Breakfast Cocoa from which tlm rxcrMof oil sometimes sometimes it Badlt rattled The omnibus pusHcngor A man may possess a cout and a scent and yet not havo son ho mirror Rkmaixs to bo soon tho girl before tho St 1nul ilobo Tin gossip believes half sho hears and tolls thu other halt Klmira lazotta A last ard witt niTii Picuyuuo u shoo is faithful to tho cannot It is as cruel to raise false hopes as it is veak to yield to false fears There is a way to help within the reach of most who are threatened- - careful liv- Â¬ ing and Scotts Emulsion of cod liver oil Arrowroot or Huuur nioru rco nomlcnl catlap lei than on I li U ctnt n cup Illiillclouinour Mi ircngihiuliiKt BAftur lihliiR biuETKi und nitmlnilily mlaptril for Invalid m null ni for ieraon lu licnlth Hold by Jrortra oTerynkere Hlntch I i ii I la nbnolutfly turn nutt Mohitifc huahiiii No ChemtvaJs nro iuoiI lu irpinrnilon lu it fa 11 hat viae than ihrtt tlmtt tho ttrtngth of Cocoa mixed with tir mforo fnr W BAKER CO Dorchester Mass Oct on lurk Feathers im good Union Stand would not bo twlco A sAri burglar Texas Sittings lt Ir llfo wero twlco as long wo probably Let us send you a book on the subject Scott NcwYorl A TRACTION AND PORTABLE RUMELY free Is In tho penitentiary What tlmo is NowHKCtumlitiijtSouthsthAvinu WmWThmfiors and Horse Powers Wrilo for IlluitratedCataloiMio umllatt Krr W KtMl THU rAriK km IIm NGINES LA ltu A Â¬ Tin mwHtlon of tho liour UulvoBton News Tim leap oil YoiintruccUi Vctpt Scotti KmuUIon of codllvcr bit drutfguu ovcrywher do ft M RUMELY CO PORTE IND Â¬ Â¬ ly with a llttlu pop corn urnal year girl tntKhttry him dol irate Â¬ Louisville Courier-Jo- Â¬ Â¬ Tim disappointed pugilist cannot iincitBO hluiHolf of huiug penny witto liul ho has every roason to foci pound foollsli Wash- Â¬ itionally-the prove tho treaty for arbitration condÂ¬ of the modus vivendi by tireat Ihitain until tho arbitrament shall be finished If republicans think this record a satisfactory illustration of brilliant foreign policy they are welcome to it -- Chicago Herald NEGATIVE SECRETARY Attempt f 11m AiliiilnUtrittinii to Tltlf A sion condition being exten Secretary Foster formerly it calico trailer in Ohio and now ropudlutor In ordinary for tho federal administration scouts the proposition that the national treasury is bankrupt Thu secretary is success as a negative statesman but lc falls when attempting to justify facts with assertions made for party vantage He knows that the con dition of the treasury since the adjourn lent of the bllllon doilar congress has been such as to call for serious advice in men und journals supposed to be especially fitted for the task He knows it for nearly u year ho has been ml Msed by prominent organs of his party Jhiit ho could tide over a pinch in tho treasury by just such practices as are ow proved against him and denied He war told to postpone payment of claims 75 rtevleo of delaying the auditing bills and tricks tlmt In the busing Â¬ Over it IIimIi er and in tholnterestof thatcentrallzed wealth which supplies the sinews of war to tho g t p It has hired all the halls In the little commonwealth but many a glorious victory has been won on tho stumps and tho cart talis Mon Â¬ ey in jKilltlcs will not talk so loudly as Ilrnliw are pitted usual this year against boodle - Detroit Free Press X Y World nobody elses business Heed thinks the democratic Czar party has no promise of advance in any direction The gentleman from Maine forgets that a largo proportion of his own party have deserted their colors Tills and gone over to the opposition betokens an advance in one direction These disgusted republicans favored re Â¬ forms promised by both parties and only sincerely sought by democrats They have forsaken their own political afilliatlons not from a change of heart but because they saw promise of prog Â¬ ress toward a needed reform impossible outside the democratic party Chicago Times Rhode Island republicans are as sured that they can have all the money wanted In running the campaign now under way No one doubts this but the Intelligent masses uro grasping thu fact that this same corruption fund is blood money taken from them by legislation which wealth secures made by legislators whom wealth places in pow Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ington Star of last night Is apt to bo tha dog with a sore head of thin morning N Tim lolly dog German Syrup Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 50 A 1 V J r m A m bW K UU WWBItjr fr WW m w ny W IONKH lluunaror Hprinatflolil Ohio baWlJili in 97MUIU Hftarwarii A llonuiiia right ptrnon UmoA Mro ariirre iiml n r II ill oiicf HJ4 -- OBH mill a mcauy iiicomv Al nitiiiin country town or lirlRlitriirrflctlonmii or ino uia MBOHoy fiirnnartlal mm it iieiup ii in vTvrr hpmO HHH lllllltlfHll lilo In ry rir Wfif tToiiinn waiiirti in rii ii I must say a word ns to the efMtoItjjmMfhlVWMlaTiSai ficacy of German Syrup I have rS5L A iticii man may havo all tho plaanuron In f I BmwlfbidKartrYlBBolneoiiTfnlfi6 used it in my family for Bronchitis alTooU Hltlrtlr oonl daHtjaU and llfo and mill there In Just an much for thu ouo the result of Colds with most exnext NAJIKTUIirAIIW0fnU cellent success I have taken it myTiiiuii wiiHn tiro In a lawyers oftlco hero self for Throat Troubles nnd have tho other day that won caunoil by a soot in derived good results therefrom I chimney Lowell Courlur tho Hfiul fur liiTaiiloraOulda or in Obtain therefore recommend it to xny neigh- Konj fur IMifil of PKN8HIN Itiiw MlilfNTVBlMiint LAW hhiI Iv Kiipland thoy stand for ofllco in this bors as nu FATXIOK OyARKELL WAHXIKaTOX I 0 excellent remedy in such UrlAMS THU rAIXH ti IIm yMtti country they rim and lu both countries thoy Ho more or Inns Oil City llllzzard cases James T Durettc Karlys TUMORS CURKD AN I villc Va Uewnrc of dealers who no knlfai Hook Kk A woman may not ho a good laundress Dm iUATlqMV A Noutill Kim but she Rcunrally knows how to takn tha offer you something just ns good lafAlSfrBRSR IM xtllUHi ClnulBHall O of a uiauii choice with a lluU Always insist on having Boschces wrinkles nut Iron iUughuuiton Ucpublicua BCUQIMIC liaAllklUrKdlatiltt Mfaaforln German Syrup Inwirrrn rhHwIUHa YHorald awUfeirrSteS II Patents Pensions Ml III a n MtwaaicK a tiMkiaii h v i My little fjlrl suffered for three years from a larce Ahcei on her hip the reut of a Tho Ahicess was large with nix opening all of which discharged fall nnd dislocation puss I was induced hy frleniN to give her S 8 S and hy the lime the fifth bottle win finished the Ahiccss was entirely healed and the child wa well and happy Mrs J A WlUONKR FOR THE CHILDREN SlttflHgtifll ann T J j and CohihmhiIv H who hava wMk lungior iiocvlo H AHU ma aliould una IltoaOnrafor Coiuumntlon It hat nrtd tbsHiuHiJ Iibaa tiotlojur WJ WJ oU one Il la noi Imd to Una im nJL t Pa who were attacked with ohstluatelDOZJniJvCJiL or Wood Trouble which nt first resembled heat hut toon grew toyellowllUteri7soine of them quite brcc One of the children died from tho effects of It hut we pot Swifts Specific and gave to the other two mid they soon pot well S S H forced out tho polion promptly The cure wa wonderful J 1 IUINS Marihavlllt Jtt N 8 H has no equal for Children It relieves the nyitem promptly and aUts aatute in developing the childs health Our Treatise malted free SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY Atlanta Ga I had three little gi Ulailio tioH uYBrrwhorn t4tMuiiarrum n Wjj Wjj B ANK WHKN K AatVXKTMNfMt yaw MM iU wJ 1801 Matvthat WK1T1T4 tr A4vyiwt 1LKAK U lU V tK- - o v4eWri tnHAwMi w WmHjW - lffWiWi fc f Turn On the Hose Mojidnv the Legislature colmitncu mo ill nit eHtirn forenoon IMItHabinui ofU the ifcwsnitWtelWldS itwmmhi ITO IUII M1U WOO tkn Kloru Wilkes pacer 210W mm ww s Huuker2U rarw m aama wm T-i- -t ar id i mjI ikt wan mZi her nnrrriviiw x BERMUDA 5874 about thent Thoy lashed them truth HAPPY WEST 5414 Tom Rouers 220 Ac lu e HRV II v w Ill IJII tl fury denounced tno ucwh two vcnrchl rec i imv iiiiiiiki oi iwo vear ouiiuuii loaieu mhv I lpvJ nred at fry county i whs selves Into n Minn iiiiinnrnid iiir uiu uii Yearling exhibition 2tl old reeord 1IAM li old Hamlet stakes In iiiiucrHamlet idre 7 uiw ythrccyeur ord 22H bv Ashhiiol Park -womwh prwi-it-niri to the of lreilM F 218K A V Pantliud 2 2H third heat four venr old record 22 SIltED HY HAPPY MKDIlM 400 aruro pacer 222i Ludv M 22 Leon- - Sire of Nancy Hanks 201 Marie lnbb2IV fourth heat live year old reeord t20 a hi i Kfe svvo ti UAi - 1 - id niit thRiri- unlPM in Olie OI nonw niira nrw tine 22iK Hrookside Flora 220 and tiie Kdille t pater 22t Nortiimi Meditim dx venr old trial -- 17 lllnck home loil 1 Kitiuiy bad Will Col Johnson dams of Thornless 218iCyelone 223 liuiul hluli foaled June l 1881 itred at 220 famllle 2204 lltirx Medium 20 the rewoeiice roonia tina cmpioy n gumu smell the fire department turn the hose I t o I 11 JnniKf AnIiIjikI Park Itriltn Hilll71 i Jinirv lleiiiuin s ji to watck tkem and for such dwpernto havo J vuiiiviiii -- i 3 lillll tf immiivi -- Jl tllllll- Hickman Courier MIKKDUY UANKKK4NI Ietlli220i lailtli 222W First hove 222 1 4 Krnm Owinjra rtomwi even on them characters as the Maltraver222 Own brother to LvMinder aire of lvsinidcr Second dam Sal dam of Coaster e that la not safe they ahojild be behind tain Clay Driftwood and gruudam of First dam Mamie West dam of Ouiinnla William Kvnriivy Jtovi20 WuttJtM There is one remedy which every fam- Â¬ When tho now office whs tlie bars Marlowe pacer 215 by Canada Chief John Carpenthree year old reeord 21 Adeline 231 hi JjuJ and LvHiinder Chief 1015 built for rhtfndred or m dollars more n ily should keep n hand sire ol dams of governor 2W mid Joe est Hank 2 t7 three years old e bv Woodland Indiana says of it Fint Dtun Iatllc Patelien trial 2l8gniudani female department could hnvo been ter of Hooker sire Maud Mueey 217K Se Allie West 74 sire of Jewett 214Jf tlmf of Clu MUit Wilks JM1 hy Mainbrlno I tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera ley Friel 210 4 Frank Chump 210 l4 built and oven now tho second story Inteheti sire of the dam of hlv Wilke Third dam the dam of SolV that produced Dinrrhoju Remedy for dhtrrhiea and Hhtiielie 22 Cliarley West 227 Haehel H 228a Ac by Imp Yorkshire sire of could be put on at not a Rreat cost and 2lf4 Astral 2 18 How Wilkes 218V4 iwiiw in the stomaeh Hie dam of Ashland Chief sire of Hlaek also sire dnni if Mollie Wilkes 222 Klviru 2l8i Cleora 2t8J Ilotiri 217 Will the Magistrate and Jail committee severe cramps and the best rcMults In Cloud 2174 Allie Wilkes 222 4 Haven 220 1 4 Wit bowel with and twonty iiine other ii the2t0 list Mt Sterling Journal and investigate this Wilkes 2 28 1Ae the worst cases I never had to give more Second dnni Mandv by Stanhopes Mood Fourth dam by Woodpeoker thoroughbred In sire of Prince 227 Hawk sire of the dam of Aliuont 217 ten miles in 2Sli8U Second dam Mudam Headleydnm of Mii VliamberlntR Kye anil BklH Ointment than tho third tlcno to effect a cure Its Mabel winner twoyear old Kentuekv The ree d Fayette Wilkes is within the and Aley Wilkes 22U dose will do Besides A certain euro for Chronio Sore Eyes most cases one nreeders fcltuke IftSl and Rapidau duiii Third dam Puttie bv DoxrniiigM Vermont reach of all and lower than thut of any qualities it is pleasant to ut hoekhart 214 by Stanhopes Kdwln sire of thedumof KiiiKina22ii Mainbrlno horse of equal merit in Kentucky Season Tetter 8alt Kheum Scald Head Old other good and f0 cent bottles for sale 25 100 or 200 TO NSC HK Forrest 8t sire of Harrv Stanhope 2fth llrnce 210i sire or Kit Ourrv 218 Chronic Sores FcverSores Eczema Itch take son of Kdwin Forret 40 sire of Hillv Hos Hell Wilson 22 Jills Vermont sire of Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles by Rose Jones kins -- - ii iiiiiiuiMipui iiii nun mt i i Homier Hoy 221 and sin of the dams of oii It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of AClnln ot 811000 dams of So So 217 M dam of AllSu Abel 22W Col Hnidshaw 2209 Nellv nil other WEST CLOUD SI 95 cases huvo been cured by it after 220 Mambrino Dudley 2tl4 Loudon J 223 lanibetta 22 The Kiny iBi In the United States Court in the Ac treatment had failed It is put ui in 25 cbbo of J Kennedy Todd against the Outlaw 22Vi Pearl 2W 220 Out of the dam of Hlack Cloud 217 i his Third dam Mrs Stanhope bv Mainhrhio sire out of the dam of Wilson 210 and 50 cent boxes For snlo by ltoso Kentucky Union railway company Judge Fourth dam Jessie bv Thomas Jefferson Hav horse foaled March III 1881 Chief II sire of hadv Thorn 2JS4 Wood octUyl Hreil at He is u beautiful hlaek with right hind Swango the receivHumphrey filed a report from lord Mambrino 221s and four others Ashland Park ankle white stands IVX bund liirli and is a er Hamilton F Kean for the month of perfect hnrbc all over having both bone mid His sons sired London 2204 Punconsi Where Will We lie S1RKD HY AHDALLAH WKST 2iSl tho road earned substance combined with the form and linish 221 yA sire of Patron 214 and 70 oth wo are to be March and it shows that Wo dont know where Sire of Wilkin 227 ers His daughters produced Piedmont 5100 nbove expenses so that placed The House by a big majority in Marchmonth the road lacked SbOOO characteristic of the cross he and well repre First dam the dam of Hlaek Cloud 217 4 217 Director 217 sire of Direct Mnmbriuo sents viz llamblctouiao sire 1891 by Pilot Walker pacer ttdopted the report of tho Judicial lie In 218 1 4 pacing 200 Margaret S 2l2j to pay running ex Patelien dam This cross stands as the verv Second dam the lluke Pacini Mare Ac and 21 others in the iO list districting committee by which Clark of earning enough pest oecnuse puiuie performances nave oe i i otk AiiiiMiiiin cst UKSJ bv Allie et Fourtlt dam bv Hunts Commodore sire of Jessamine Powell and Madison consti Â¬ penses Winchester Democrat tnonstrtited its value Of its uuuiv repre irst dam Miss loons dam of iImii21GM dauu of Commodore Helniontlsire of ur the superior tute tho 24th judicial district The kick- Â¬ Halls Hair Benewer is the natural - suiihitives not one is demonstrated of Hermit by Clark Chief second dam Ohio by ne Relic 221 Doneaster 228 1 4 fiera da lor not one has the same ers committee whoso report was adopted remedy for gray hair dnmlruff and baldAinerican Clay third dam brought from uiitin 2 28 Ae and Mambrunellosireof ability to train on from yenr to year bcin Â¬ bv the Senate want to cnwd Montgom- ness e in iHimiu i i aauie nowe -- uu i om iiritton ivm etc uinu with the yearling form None ure bet ery and Estill into tho district and take iHiiiounoer AOilallnli West died ut six Ulth dam bv Copperhottom urandsirc of ter bred or better looking years old He was the most promising said Miss Mainspring Mr Brown dam of Rosalind 221 X and Donald 227 out Powell calling it tVe 22d district Ah n sire his success is assured us out of colt I ever bred Notk Happy West is a rich mahogany Powell is directly between Estill and as sho emptied two bushels of sorry eliht his tirst crop two entered the list last West Cloud is n rich mahogany bay 15 liny 10 hands 2 iiches hiyh and a horse oV do you know year as two vear olds namelv Hermuda Hov Montgomery and wo hardly sec why it looking leaves in her lap bunds 2 inches with black manemidtail elegant style with us good aetion as unv I 220ha1f mfle track and Rosemary should be left out if both the others are anvthing about autumn leaves and black legs extending nbove knees and son Happy Medium ever sired us ut two he said as he heard the Hermuda Hoy being one of the largrst win hocks He is a powerfully built horse for taken A conference will be hold and it think I do old he could trot in 240 and would I ning two vcnYolds of 1891 his first oolts be his height and bus the most finished set of years trotted in may bo that a further modification will wind getting around in tho north have 2Uat three years old hud it ing foaled in 188 Judged at this age io feet and legs it is possible to get on a horse not been for an accident on the cars bv take place In the meantime tho time kuow that autumn leaves a man in a stallion ever sired more uniform naturlil for tho ehrction of circuit officers ap- Â¬ terrible fix if he aint heeled for the gaited colts with speed unprecedented He of any breed As a two year old he gave which one of his hind legs was injured no ono knows where we winter proaches and will stand for inures season of 182 at 200 evidence of being possessed of remarkable causing him to have to be thrown out of In this horse I have the utmost TO INSUUK the money to be paid as fol speed as with little bundling be trotted a training will be Winchester Democrat 5 ami miles in his work confidence as a great sire being by I hippy No other preparation so meets the lows 100 at the timeof service and the half mile in 118 J At years old wnnta of n debilitated system as Ayers other 100 when the mare proves in foal in 24i jowing three very severehe was not Medium one ot the most noted of the son IOK Angeles Cnl to a attack of of Hambletoniiiu and out of a daughter of being limited to thirty outside marcs Par trained pink Gen W E Veazio writes as follows Sarsaparilla wishing to breed to him had better book as a eye He also did no work on tli track the great Allie West the second dam is the ties four vear old As u five year ohl lie was luin of Miss Mabel and Rapidau who is her With Quinna Ointment I have removed E B Nickerson an employe of Mc their mures earlv jogged ami trained lightly more for the pur first colt produced Lockhart with a record a swelling on hock joint which bus been Cormick a Burtons mill met with pose of ascertaining if lie was entirely re- of 214 It is my intention to stand Happy there three years have also used it for painful accident this morning about ten covered than with a view testing his West the season 1802 at T0 FAYETTE WILKES 2036 speed In u few months lie oltrotted a full thus afiordini anotopportunity INSURANTand of my colts and it oclock splints on a number While ripping plank with n to farmers Best has taken them off in every case 22 The season breeders to secure the services of one of the circular saw his left hand slipped under Hay Kxhibltion trial Oct 0 ISStl nigh foaled mile in 238 and half in 11 inches hands 1800 ie served a few mares of my own greatest speed producine representatives in horse remedy in tho market Sold by Rose tho saw and three fingers were completely May t 1878 The handsomest son of bis and ras not put to work until September the country at a nominal price us lie will hr Jones dressed by Drs His wound was severed great sire and the handsomest of any trot- and his improvement was most remarkable limited to llO mares Parties wishing tu breed Taulbee and Cox and he is doing nicely ting bred in the Inited States He reneatedly trotted halves in 110 and I to him should apply early No other son of Give Him a Cold Hhoitldor SIKKD HY CKOUCK WILK1CS222 Mt Sterling Journal am fully convinced he will with a season the great Happy Medium out of as good a very much as if Mr Pettit will It looks Ouv Wilkes training trot in 2 20 I will let him serve dam stand at such a low figure but I ain Sire of Harrv Wiikes 2iP he tho third party nominee for CongressMike pueer215i4 twentv mures merits of 1802 outside of ten Two brothers named Kellum drank 2lt4 So so Wilkes Wilcox pacer Wilson ofmv own atseason INSURANCK Money determined to let the public test his lie will Few man from tho Owonsboro district SAO 210 as a sire believing in the near future 2104 2l7i Wilton together at Paducah and on their way who knew him in his earlier career would Rosa Wilkes 218k Joe due when mare proves to be in foal 210 be among the best in the country down on a log to rest One of havo believed that ho could ever turn home sat Winthem accidentally discharged a Mares bred by the season not proving in foal have the usual privileges of return breed sound highly finished trotters and ingrate and betray tho party that gave chester rifle Thebullet killed the other bred colts and fillies out of producing for him honor and profit and renown But boy The surviving brother it is now have sale sale high based on actuul individuul merit I wish dams by a greater uuiubci1 of prominent ircs than any farm in the laud For at prices to furmor breed on the shares twenty approved mare- - For further Infor overweening ambition lured him from mation see the mtiiiogue wnicu can ue nail thought will go mad from grief - Ashland Park Farm Lexington Ky tho path of honor and principlo and now Marcs kept at regular rates on application tho sturdy Democracy of tho district will havo an opportunity to administer a robuko to tho renegado that will be a Do Business With a Home Institution Cov- Â¬ warning to all others of his kind i iEilaV nv I m ASHLAND PARK STALLIONS FOR 1892 Â¬ 1 I i I s i ju - tiwi Ir4ltliiv I I Â¬ 22tiai I S 1 1 J I 1 1 Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ 1 - -- I I i Y Â¬ - 22f Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 5 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 B J TREACY- RHEUMATISM neuralgia and sciatica can always be successfully treated with ington Commonwealth Every family should bo provided with soma reliable remedy for bowel com Â¬ plaints The want of such an article is the caiiKo of much suffering especially during tho summer months In almost every neighborhood some ono has died with cramps or cholera morbus before medicino could be procured or a physiA fair trial will satisfy cian summoned you that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea llcmedy is unequalled for those diseases It is also a certain cure When re- Â¬ for dysentery and dinrrheca duced with water and sweetened it is pleasant to take Children like it For salo by Itoso Jones Â¬ TIIK CLAY CITY National banK CLAY CITY KY Ayers Sarsaparilla A Capital FLOYD DAY io0000 iPiJ5mS3w5w GOLD DUST cure the persistent use of this medicine will cure you is sure to follow Not Very Creditable the General Assembly intends to If adjourn early in June it is about time to tako up tho election bill It should be gotten into shape and passed before an adjournment is bud if it is to tako ef- Â¬ fect beforo the next election This is an important matter and should receive Has Cured Others FRANK H RCSSKLL Cashier President iWwrilwSfvfuy No Hank in Eastern Kentucky 1ms better your vaults nor better facilities for keeping account Managed entirely by home people who know you and who are always ready to i This combined young stallion will make accommodate you the season of 1302 at our stables in Hazel to loan on reasonable rateSreeii Kv and will serve mares at TEN Call on us DOLLARS TO INSFRE A LIVING COLT mouev one when tne mure tows witn a iieu the mouev is paid or it the parted with or hied to another money is men uuc - JrORRESTPTONEWALL This combined stallion will make tin 10 TO INSlHE A LIN season of Wli COLT mouev due when the mare ING foals is parted with or bred to another horse with a lien 011 tlie colt until the sue Hccord J 10 Â¬ LOUIS STIX DKStKllTION AND GOLD DlST i 7 years old thc2th day id 1HGSTAFF REAR i haiidshigh a beautiful chest May istr nut with star and white hind feetbciiutilul mane and tail His power style mid action ATTORN FAS AT LAW are unMirpasNed He was sired by Senator KY MT STERLING prompt consideration Tho necessity Hlnckhiirii he b Dillard Dudley he by prompt actiou is more apparent than Practice in the courts of Montgomery and John Dillard the ernndsirc of Phil Thouin- for sou record 2 11 Eric McCloud and Nick is tho necessity for a recess In fact it adjoining counties and in tho Court oi Hi- dam was w itli records better than 22 ami Federal Courts is not very creditable to tako a recess peals Third Race anil Iuion Sts sired bv the Phillips horse the sire of Hlue has been accomplished beforo anything CINCINNATI O Jeans he bv Gen faylor Ac A session of six months and nothing to A II STAMPER Also at the Mime stables will be found the goods that will suit vour We carry the show for it would not bo a very credit- Â¬ clegantlv bred voting trotting Stallion trade and our price me THF LOWEST able record Danvillo Advocate Special attention to mail orders KY CAMPTON A Qunrnntouil Itemed- Who will serve a limited number of ap Megrimine tho only permanent cure Offers his professional services to the citi proved mules at TEN DOLLARS TO IN for all forms of headache and neuralgia zens of Wolfe and adjoining counties Will SCRE A LIVING COLT on same terms as relieves tho pain in from 10 to JO min- Â¬ make collections und remittances promptly Stable above o wiioiiSaik hkmkus in J0kI J liiiiiK Â¬ Dry Goods notions H son mouev is paid This stallion will be at tlie stables of J I Cecil one mile from EticI the first and third weeks of each mouth and t Heurvs jr a miles west id West Liberty 011 Caney the second and fourth weeks f No c - ATTORNEY AT LAW POST BOY JR Â¬ J PIERATT Â¬ For sale on positive guarantee at ThkJIerald offico or sent postpaid by mall bU receipt of price CO cents a box utes Driven mad by a lovers perfidy Isa Â¬ bella Mariano ran a muck at los Ojos N M attacked the jilt and his bride whilo they slept cutting their tongues out and otherwise mutilating them Isa Â¬ bella then severely carved tho City Mar shal beforo ho could place her under subjection Â¬ 1 - Somoof tho Grand Army boys may bo interested in tho following from Alex B Pope A D C Commander Dept Tenn Wo havo had an ami Gn He says epidemic of whooping cough hero Stew art Tenn and Chamborlains Cough Romcdy has been tho only medicine that Thero is n6 danger has dono any good cough when this mem from whooping It completely con cino ia freely given trol8 tho illseaso ou cent iiottiea lor salo Â¬ 1 ff Tlinj Tutilbco was calleil to Ash- land Saturday night to assist Dr Wnl- tliom of Louiaillo in porforming 1111 operation on a Miss rower lor Innortoniy lW operation was aticccfesfulMt titer Dr T 1L ling Journal Ayr Pill aro pleasaut safo ami sure ftutl excel all other nills in healing ami curative qualities Host for family una POST HOY JR was sired by Post Hoy West Liberty Kv HAZEL GREEN KY pjTORKPDti record 221 he bv Magic sire of Cleiumle G 2 15 Alice Stoner 221 MvMcrv 22l nCrDouble and Single Ac dam Mollie Fmerv sired by Strathmore IP t p Rigs and Saddle Horses 5 t 11 meui i -- in hire Ot Ml lltl Villus -- i or hire Partic BsflR j Tliis eomidned voumr Stallion will ninK w ed to any point on reasonHunimcr 11JI t harles SM row -- - able terms ivrhv J Jo FauhtlnoJi iii Homiie Wilmorc the prceut season of 1MH Jl1 miles Hosr Hazel Green at the stable of David H Hi SftS TCt I will also attend to all calls for am i l 0 at tlie low price of the other tlonccrliK and solicit business of this kind in t iimi VIII St Titus Dnaco Cured ears nest ut wlilt no iiiurKs 11 k ii Colt II Bah AwnnKAH Cal Co CiU Fftb 1883 li beiiiu inclies Hie ioiin li piEHArr idd ilav liih IMJ of bauds lheard from in Mouev due when colt N foaled alive will My boy 13 yoara old wna eo affected by Bt nut iivfs niiiinise Vitus Dancotbnt ho cxjuld tiot go to school for the future nmouK trotters Any one who Is a lien on colt until season mone is I11 f Norvq wood familiar with Sidners Post Hoy will readily 2 yoara DAY Two bottloa ot Pastor Kooulga years old the jl ToM Iwii will be Tonlo rvatored hla health aud ho is now at- ll K DAY dav of Sliv He is HJj lutnilshiuli bus Hit recmiiizc Pot Hoy It toudlug school ajjalu ATTORNEYS AT LAW And last but not least will be ioimdat color and cun show a three minute MICHAEL OCONNUL Ollice over Exchaniie Hank the same stables the wclbknown and bigliiy He Is nNo a line saddle horse A Very Hiul Cane Mavsville St Mt Sterlinir ky lie was sired bv the well known llJn ajiprcciated IACK East Newmaukkt Md March 8 1801 Prnulleo In Sloiitaumcry Powell Menifee horse ho hv the Phillips lior e My daughter had epilepsy so sovoro that sho Wolfe Hrentliitt Howaii Magotlln and Mor dam was bv Hluekliawk and she juit 01 urt would havo 0 or 7 lUs otery at hours Imuio pin counties and Superior Court aud llav Hassiuucr lie hv the W Who will serve marcs at TEN DOLLAHS mare bv standard bred hore that stoial mauiiy aiur using rasior ivoonig s ono igma of Appeals A LIVING COLT on same Imme a TO 1NSIHE mo Biiasuig uocreaaoti in uumuor ana in ioas Illinois Tlie Prater horse wu out oi a re terms as above described This Jack has 110 ebrated Vlrtinla mute than two weoko from taking tho nrst doso thoy MAU1MX superior as a cond breeder -is a fiimd iudtvldiiul I lr ToM Cliti WITH Care will be taken to prevent accidents iut himself a Hue breeder and his vol1 vory wean uui now iuiiiu nuu mvuv miuu wb ory aro ally restored and sho is tmttroly cured hut v e w ill not bo responsible should any oc lartre uood color and show Hue eemlii at tho fits bv tho uso ot this tiroat roiiietlv DAY A CO r qualities Mua J 11 ANDiuiwa ac OODS All cure will be taken to pnyt nt YJIOL12SALK BUY A Vnliinliln Itook an Nervous 12 CiiAKlCNDON to say sditrots anv occur I wil XilseasoH sent free dents but should NOTIONS HOOTtf fcfllOKSeiC JL M lt0 Cor Liiuoatono ami Short fcU K and iKior pAtieuu can also obtain responsible this medicine tea of chance lKXIXUTON kV -s 1M2 CATLElTSHintG KV fedIy fprll v Tills rnmedy has boon ronarod by tho Itevorond r mor KoealR ot Fort avue iuj- - siuco lsr ana HOSWELL Vitoiiiucroit elmne II by tuo mow prepared uudor his itlrocitou t rk a forgot tho fact that you ciuf There has lieen ndded nu Annex with 20 lfrT i n ju rerrvairsUHi T KOENIQ MED CO Chlcngo III best wrltiiig paper at thb olUeu lurse well ventilated rooms Street i urs t 11 centra u pas the door everv live niluules Located ait 1 rpkw j veToi e Livery Feed and Sale tusrittiTioN and imikiki eiieliuiniiili DESCUIITION AND PEDIGHEE Hav with black points seven years obi IIm Jin tin ill IiiiimIi Iiiili sired bv Minn briuo Forrest he bv Ned Forrest Jr he by Sims Ned Forrest he ly Alesanders Lduia Forrest 1st dam bv Mambrino Chlel ml dam bv Virninin Whit Itl dam by Sir A r chie Forrest Stonewall V 1st dam by llrowii Stonewall 2d dam b Tom Crowder Id di by Halls Copperbottom ltb dam hy uiii Fancv bvOlil Hiowu Pilot Good care will be taken of mares left Willi us but we will not be responsible lor ucee dents should unv occur CECIL AH ENR 1 tof I v 11 rH js oei - ii I lii 11 11 1 tff j1 jrilT 1 I I 1 V I - 11 1 1 1 6 to Insure a Living WOOD at GEN JOHN MORGAN Hll D H CAEPENTER JT r rr mil DONT I - a 8olilbyDrHffslstat8LperBottU 0fortf5i LarslsiWI7S 0 IlotUes for 0 Job printing cheap at this ollice within twobijunrcs of depot cTrtrrnoin town pencil ami tlie 1 rejcJ a 1 lr k t 0 0 j iniHm iMtt V Cf JAt HtaV Ji ft aL i It