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T3 SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor HAZEL IxREEN OKLAHOMA n iwi i rf lft ra 1llllKlfe - rr w v ipwwwbi wMuiaipmwHv Of a Noisy World With Nows From All Notions LumbYing nt His Bnok JERlJBg b br nwi wtfcwftiitirt aw iirm - i vi- 100 A YEAR Always In Advno EIGHTH YEAR - HAZEL GrREEX WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 27 1802 rrorvvvirvvvvvvviMM Wiiliinnii Hutu ami n Destructive Cj clone Glad tidings and great joy camo to tho peoplo of Greer county on tho 7th and t nwl OI 0111 inni uu- wiu u giuiuju mm ium thero will ho enough wheat raised for bread and seed or at least tho reports that have been made by tho moat exten sive farmers of tho county show that there will bo a half crop of wheat raised I have seen somo crops that will mnko from ten to fifteen bushels in my opinion Tho dried up grass has rovived and things hnvo assumed n different ap Hut lo on tho lHh wo wero pearance startled by a funnel shape cloud forming in tho northwest which resembled very much in shac n hornets nest and on the 14th wo hear the wails and groans of the dying and the wounded and sco tho homeless and the destitute trying to gathor together tho remnants that wero left after the cyclono had passed I visited tho path of the oyclono yesterday A neighbor who lives about a milo from me had his house taken up by the cy clone and scattered over the prairie All It his household goods wero destroyed took his reaper and binder and turned it upside down and demolished his wagon by wrenching tho spokes out of tho hub Thero wore threo houses destroyed in my neighborhood and only ono person hurt and ho was not seriously injured The nearest point to me where any ono was killed is about eight miles from me a Dr Ford and his son whom I took dinner with a few weeks ago Ho was a Kentuckian but I do not remember just now what county ho camo from Tho storm becaino more destructive as it A littlo town about moved eastward seventeen miles east of us was almost I leurued today that totally destroyed only two or threo had been killed outright and several wounded A man his wife mid child wero blown away Tho man was found on the prairio dead and Tho woman and almost cut in two child wero picked up but neither was dead although tho womans ribs wore all broken and the childs skull crushed Tho woman had all her clothes torn off The child was only live days old I heard today while at church that the child was dead and that thero were very littlo hopes for tho womans recovery I understood that the peoplo of Qtianah on the railroad have made up and do nated 500 for the relief of the sufferers at Aaron the placo where tho most de- Â¬ struction was done From what I can learn of tho place it was about the size I of Daysborough above Hazel Green going to saw wagon loads of provisions the relief of those who had lost all their supplies as well as their houses and household goods I praise God that I am among a peoplo who have Christian charity and human sympathy and are willing to help bear each others burdens Tho people here are church going people Tho Methodists held n protracted meeting hero for about ono week They had somo additions and quite a revival Somo of the good old women wero shout Â¬ ing and praising God and it caused my mind to revert back to tho days of my boyhood and the land of my nativity and brine up before my vioion somo of the good old sisters who used to exhort mo to turn to Jesus and forsake the er rors of my way Rro Putnam the Christian minister delivered an excellent sermoi today on Faith and Justification the subject Our Kentucky peoplo havo concluded to try this new country further beforo they return to old Kentucky J M Cockcrham who wa making his arrangements to go back soon informs mo that ho will not go back if his health con Â¬ tinues to improve I wish to correct somo reports that nro circulated back thero in regard to wind I saw n lotter to James Handy storms written by T M Tutt stating that somo one had told him that W F Elkins and A T Hurst had written to somo of their friends back there that wo had threo storms that lusted five days each Mr Elkins Bays he never wrote any such thing to any one I make this correction fur tho benefit of tboso back east who havo children and friends hero in tho far west for they wo enough trouble alout them when they hear tho truth None of our Kentucky colony lost anything-by the cyclone All countries havo their drawbacks and thU has hers I have learned recently that a storm house A 1- NUMBER 10 State CollcRn of Kentucky Tho Stato Collego of Kentucky occu Â¬ pies 62 acres of ground within tho city limits of Lexington tho gift of tho city tho estimated value of which is 250000 Tho buildings erected represent n valuo of 180000 ireftarhinory cabinets museums and apparatus repre Â¬ sent 10000 moro Resides these tho collego owns n farm used for experi Â¬ mental work in agriculture worth 2G 000 Tho material assets of tho collego in grounds buildings farm and equip Â¬ ments represent not far from 150000 Its courso of study is na follows 1 Agricultural two courses a longer and a shorter tho first requiring four years for its complotion tho second two years 2 Two scientific courses of study ono in which tho mathematical sciences the other in which tho biological sciences The Greatest Effort OF PS Â¬ H8YBB o IN tVAB THE o Â¬ Â¬ History Lexington Louis Gus Straus m is tho best place to eseapo a cyclone for I sec an account of them in almost every Stato in tho Union 1 will try to keep the people posted in regard to the progress of this newly opened country through tho columns of your valuable papor I will write tho truth tho wholo truth and nothing but tho truth This country has a fine cli matohmd excellent soil but good water Wo havo and wood is a littlo scarce plenty of stock water in this country but water for family use is not very good in this immediate neighborhood The high winds are very objectionable lo some but a person will finally become acclimated to tho winds or at least they do not annoy me very much now I hope that your correspondents will get a movo on themselves and write oftener and longer letters Wishing Thk IlrUAM abundant success 1 ro main as ever a friend to its editor and upof Â¬ hisbctter L lUvin lloao 1G Eldorado Oklahoma May Ititnnil ToKctluil predominate 3 Civil engineering 1 Mechanical engineering Classical course Veterinary courso 7 Two Normal school courses a longer and a shorter tho lattor designed more particularly to prepare teachors for giv- Â¬ ing instruction in tho subject matter re- Â¬ quired by the common schools 8 An academy designed to proparo for tho collego classes students Tho subjects taught in tho collego aro tho following Mathematics pure and applied tho various branches which make up civil engineering mechanical engineering chemistry elementary and advanced including qualitative and quantitative analyses organic chemistry agricultural chemistry physics zoology and entomology mechanics botany geology mineralogy anatomy and physiology horticulture agricul- Â¬ ture veterinary science history polit- Â¬ ical economy military ecienco and tac- Â¬ tics mental philosophy moral philoso phy logic rhetoric English literature ancient languages Latin and Greek modern languages French and German Normal school training The experiment station does exclusive- Â¬ ly analytical and experimental work in the interest of tho fanners Any farmer in Kentucky can havo his soils or prod- Â¬ ucts analyzed in tho station without ex Â¬ pense to him Tho number of professors in tho col- Â¬ lego and employoi in tho station is twenty-treblo tho number with which six tho collego began twelvo years ago Moro than six hundred students havo been enrolled in tho various courses of study within tho last year Tho matric- Â¬ ulation list is increasing yearly Each county in tho Stato has tho privilege of sending four properly prepared students frco of tuition and four teach- Â¬ ers or persons preparing to teach to tho Normal school also frco of chargo for G Â¬ DisplaySpring C i Â¬ J H Forrest Chief Car Inspector of tho Little Miami railroad at Springfield Ohio is tho jnissessor of a monstrosity which is attracting considerable atten- Â¬ A cat has given birth to a quartet tion of kittens at Forrests residence All are joined together in a most remarkahlo way Ho discovered them in a barrel in the woodshed and they wero evidently several days old At first sight they wero supposed to Ikj every day affairs A closer inspection revealed the fact that tho four little felines wero joined together but that all wero free to act and move to a certain extent indepen- Â¬ dently Two of them had a small part of their stomachs grown together Each has normal legs and in fact all parts regular in size tnd in good condition A third was nil right except that ono of its hind legs was grown inside of tho two Tho foro quarter of tho mentioned was normal but at tho ab Â¬ fourth kitten domen it was not larger than a ryo straw Roth hind feet wero grown inside of tho first two mentioned It died after tho discovery and was cut loose The others have their oyes open and will probably live Owing to tho way they aro joined but two can uurso at tho same timo tho third ono for tho time being taking a back seat Mill Ho Mlanuri Tho Kentucky Press Association to meet here next wcok will miss somo of 0 E very Department Overllowlng toils utmost capacity This is not a catch penny sale of nny kind but pood honest values and qualities at fair prices uuring uie coining ween we win uispiny ium lines of Mens and Hoys Clothing representing the lead ing and best manufacturers in the United States and Europe We will forfeit our reputation of thirty We have nevyears standing in Lexinirton er failed to keep our promises heretofore Â¬ Â¬ That we will sell you the best Mens Suit nt 5 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 10 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at lo That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 20 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 25 OUR chws Â¬ MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT Â¬ Is the finest in the United States Our Cutters and Workmen are first artists We are doing the largest business we hnvo ever done Come and innko your selections early L G STRAUS LEADINO CLOTHIERS and FIXE TAILORS LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Â¬ BOSTIXQCAXTlTr Ifre i xKntxxxxxxxxx 90l - szr v6 W p BEST 1M41AUTT nUKMo JVvmpq Has led all Worm Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEFD TABLERS oiC FOR CO ll t its brightest lights Rob Morningstar BUGEYE CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A Â¬ SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 years as tho BEST frHi7KUUUSOjfTjiTMRHlD SOLD EVERYWHEREBTLOVIS ytrptr1l7llKIHUIISlX7AYltn0l REMEDY PILES bTIJClS jEngiish Kitchen No 12 W Rrenkfast from 5 a m Regular Meals 25 Cents Meals to Order at All Hour p m to Jl p m Oys to 9 a m Dinner from 10 A M to 3 in m Supper from 0 5 A M to T Open from tew Lamb Fried Fish Chickens and Quails a specialty Aii ROSE v AT THE MlflW Lexington Ky Proprietor R G Short Street Â¬ im JOHN M CUS UUICART JONES JONES KOSIS th wmmmwim DEALERS IN f Yt1 HII ou L m J i ji Dross line of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Mccli--ioods Gents Clothing Boots Shoos lints ratent Saddles Harness e and sell 1 OR CASH nt prices AU goods lower than ever before seen in Hazel Green guaranteed as1 roprosontcd or nwtv retupded EATTY7HiEAPLrnnd promptly exF HAZEL OREEN KENTrCKY rrya complete n fvo I UUD nnTMTTMrr I CUT ED AT THIS OFFICE ifciiil your order tuition Students who desire to supplement their resources by tho products of their labor havo an opportunity to work on tho collego grounds or on tho farm and receive compensation therefor nt tho rate of six to ten cents an hour Many earn moro than half their expenses in this way Roard in tho dormitories costs 2 server a week payable in advance Uniform ClttVtluiiil at tlio Top 1700 Furnished room 050 and fuel The great Northwest will ask for rec and lights 3 cr annum ognition in the Democratic convention A Rum County Ceurt at Chicago next month in the matter of Wo have no desire to enUrthc domain their being represented in tho head of of natural history and discuM the normal tho ticket They havo played on the condition instincts etc of the animal tail of tho New York klto until they creation but wo here and now enter our think they aro about able to halnnco solemn protest against the idleness and with tho entire country The de Â¬ indifference of tho Kentucky Legislature all mand will bo Palmer and Flower Rolso now in session at the Capitol The rec- Â¬ and Pattison Gray and Russell or a ords of its proceedings look more like combination of these tickets with Its that of a rural county court than a legis head in the courso of empiro to tho lative body They met in December West To all of these demands there is and all hoped that ere the rosea bloom If Mr Cleveland declines a proviso ed again they would have accomplished and Flower is another strong tho object of their mission Carlisle but the end ticket that will attract tho attention of is not yet Nothing has been accomplish Â¬ tho great Southwest Lexington Obser Â¬ ed and the future is full of promise ver The atmosphere is loaded wltj predic- Â¬ IIoWIII I Tlir tions as to what they will do but time It will be seen by the resolution passed alono will solve the question We wait by the convention last Saturday that with bated breath Mt Sterling Jour Clark county will again present the name nal of Judgo Lisle for Congress Mr Lisle Waxtkd A woman to took wmU informs us that he will make as vigorous Middle and iron for a small jfaailly a campaign as ho did before and every Aged wpinan wjtji mo enumtauiW None Democrat in the county will taken per- Â¬ lut a good cook with gdedjtfUwurter sonal interest in his success If tiie peo Â¬ 1 I ulll22wLL-u-i ll P vPftW v plo of the district knew him as well as rafiWiw Puuuir ITaril Omnia our own people there would be no oppo OTlftM Job printing hfwp at thin otiltt sition to him Winchester fcun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tho very soul of good fellowship will leave Louisville tomorrow to join tho excursion party to assemble in St Louis Monday to start on the grand rounds of tho National Association dolegates en Mr II E Wool routo to California folk of tho Danvilto Advocate is now on tho same mission as is also Mr Sam Royle while Mr Spencer Cooper of the Haxki GiiPrs Hkhaid is building a lino new office into which ho is fixing to move his press and composing rooms this week Rut abovo all the Association will miss tho kindly faic and bravo coun Â¬ sels of W P Walton now deeply lc reaved in tho death of a devoted wife Ho will have tho deepest sympathy of Lexington Obthe en tiro Association Â¬ 1 -- Â¬ K Hazel Green Herald ratoKR ooorn rawta I t t mAiiii giisx A Th KY NEST OF SQUIRRELS Onto Ant leu of uu IntcrrHtliiK Youiir llromU l One morning In the middle of October observed tlmt a family of four young I wruirrcla vtiw venturing1 forth from a 1OX just outside my study window Tlicy wcro not more than six weeks old and wore very timid It was not often that more than two or three would appear at once and ono of these pcemed muoh farther advanced than the rest while another was very baby- Â¬ ish Their prime characteristic was In quisitlvencsH What fine and curious new world was this they had been in- Â¬ troduced tol 3 low much there was to Kcet How many delightful things to do They ceaselessly investigated everything about them with minute attention and had very pretty ways such as a habit of clasping each other in their arms nround the neelc They frequently soratehed and stroked one another Once 1 saw one diligently cornic ing1 anothers tail with his forefeet Young red squirrels of which we also had a family or two play somewhat differently having a peculiar way of regularly boxing with their fore paws Gradually they gain strength and con Â¬ fidence and then you will see how far the liveliness of the young can surpass even the tireless activity of old squir- Â¬ rels lloth old and young are exceed- Â¬ ingly fond of play springing from the ground as if in a high jumping match and turning regu Â¬ lar summersaults in the grass but the most amusing thing is this Finding u placo where the tip of a tough branch hangs almost to the ground they will leap up and catch it sometimes with only one hand and then swing back and forth with the greatest glee just like boys who discover a grape vine in the woods or a dangling rope in a gymnasium Those and many similar antics seem to be done just for fun nn ii i iiu Kitiiii cuuiuimi i iu Iih uurscui uy the mother until they have grown to be almost as heavy as herself It seems impossible that her system can stand such a drain in fact she does grow weak and thin and nry neighbor who lias been an extremely close observer of their economy for several years has come to the conclusion that the mother weans the kittens gradually by giving them food which she has regurgitated or at imy rate has thoroughly ehewed up in fcer own mouth No animal is more motherly than one of these parent squirrels and it is delightful to watch her behavior when the nearly grown brood has begun to make short excursions and is under Â¬ going instruction All the other fami lies in the grove take an interest in the proceedings and chatter about it at a great rate but if one comes too near and attempts any interference in the in- Â¬ struction he is likely to be driven away most vigorously by the jealous mother Every morning lessons in climbing and nut hunting are given and pretty scenes tire enacted The pride of tlie little mother as she leads her train out on some aerial path is very noticeable They are slow and timid about following Squirrels must learn to balance them- Â¬ selves on the pliant limbs by slow deÂ¬ grees It is many a long day after they are able to chase one another up and down and under and around a rough oak trunk in the liveliest game of tag ever witnessed before they can slrip about the branches and leap from one to the other with confidence in their security The patient mother understands this and encourages them very gently to 1 try try again remember one such lesson Thu old ono marched ahead slowly uttering low notes as if to say Come on my dears Dont bo afraid Kvery little while she would stop and the two well grown children following would creep up to her and put their arms around her neck in the most hu man fashion as if protesting that it was almost too hard a task This loving kindness Is extended to other young squirrels whenever no question of family rivalry Interferes -Ernest IngersolLin Uurpers Magazine Â¬ tho trcachory of Hill I 1800 there was no doubt as to tho issu or tho re- Â¬ It Now liemnlna fur Democracy to Fettle sult Tho harvest was at lant rlpo and This it wvas gathered so far as it could be It tho disappearance of tho fillvcr only remains to eompleto tho task this With issuo from the canvass of this year tariff year and to start tho country fairly on roform will resume the importance that a career of steadlly growln prosperity it had in the elections of 18D0 aud that in comparison with which even the won- Â¬ really belongs to it It Is truo that the derful past will seem tamo N Y silver Issue has not been completely or Times permanently banished It cannot bo that until tho law of lW with its great HARRISONS POLICY hazards andv Its conflicting provisions to Itoprcucnt tho shall havo been repealed It Is also Appointing Ford km InlNil StutoH Ahroiul desperate fac- Â¬ barely posslblo tlmt the President Harrison has appointed tion that has failed to fasten free coin ago upon the party by the action of the Nicholas Wertheim a Herman subject majority In the house may show su in Â¬ consul of the United States to Moscow in dent strength or sutllclcnt ugliness at The president seems to be heartilycitisome favor of tho practice of appointing Chicago to force Into the platform equivocal expression that may cause zens of other countries to represent this embarrassment and confusion Jlut the government at diplomatic posts Should chances all are now that the Interest in ho be reelected he may adopt it as a tho silver question will steadily wane regular custom during his second term and that when the two parties shall lie commenced his present administra- Â¬ have spoken In their respective conven- Â¬ tion by appointing Patrick Kgan a futions neither of them will be so wholly gitive Subject of Queen Victoria to the right or so wholly wrong in regard to important position of minister plenipothis question as to give it much influ- Â¬ tentiary of the United States to Chill ence in the canvass Some it will have There Is something to be said from a and there will be a certain number of political point of view in favor of the voters who will feel and not unjustly plan of selecting foreigners to repre that on the whole tho republican party sent the United States as ministers and It would never do of is likely to be safer than the democratic consuls abroad THE TARIFF ISSUE A K PROFESSIONAL COUP arrears of pay is a fact too generally Admitted to need confirmation but it has always given me great pleasure to latlrnt That virtue will in ttmo get all its Doctor lluppy Drvlco to ficcuro n iwriii BlBPlm t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fl iff Â¬ iu Â¬ HER PET party in its action on the currency Hut the issue will not be very definite and will not be at all dominant It is well for the country that tho tarifT will be again brought forward and that it will be the controlling issue It is now nearly a half century since -- Pucic chronicle such specific instances as have come to my notice There lived not long since in a ver-Â¬ dant village In Pennsylvania a young doctor he was not unversed in that In- Â¬ teresting art of guessing known as the science of medicine but certain eccen- Â¬ tricities had retarded the rapid Increase of his practice Foremost among those eccentricities was a whimsical way he had of repairing overandanon with a boon comrade or two to some adjacent town for the purpose of securing what is technically known as an edge In pursuance of this action he se Â¬ cured one bitter February day two congenial spirits and a suitable convey ance and the three visited a neighbor Â¬ ing town where they did themselvei unusual justice Having brought the community to a bright glow thoy started late at night on their homeward journey In the vicinity of two a m thoy were passing a lone farm house Tho place was sur Â¬ rounded by a large batch of silence and the thermometer sat twenty seven de Â¬ grees below zero At this juncture a merry thought struck the joyous young physician Stopping the horses and taking the more capable of his companions the two plunged cheerfully through the drifts and were soon knocking at the farmers door In due time the click of withdrawing bolts was hoard and the worthy husbandman opening the door on a chink modestly asked what in a materially warmer place was up There is where ho made his mistake for seizing his unsuspecting arm they dragged him forth and putting him on their strong shoulders as did lCnous old Anchisos boar they Ixiro him to the waiting vehicle Tho farmer was ar rayed only in a nocturnal tunic of ex Â¬ ceptional brevity and the keen night wind promoated his pores with great freedom Throwing him in the bottom of the sleigh thoy wrapped him snugly in the robes and started the willing steeds After a brisk spin of three quarters of a mile during which thoy regaled their guest with appropriate melodies thoy removed the robes and put him gently by the roadside Then the three drove home where in duo time each with the assistance of the other two was put to led Tho farmer with a desperation born of despair got homo the best he could The next day the young doctor re Â¬ ceived an urgent summons to the bod side of a rural patient who was sorely stricken with rheumatism said I fear this is a very bad ease how did you get the wise practitioner Â¬ Â¬ Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant nnd refreshing to tho taste and acta gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys Liver nnd Bowels clonuses tho sys-Â¬ tem clTcettmlly dispels colds head- Â¬ aches nnd fevers nnd cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy ot its kind ever pro- Â¬ duced pleasing lo tho tnsto and ac- Â¬ ceptable to tho stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial iu its effects prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to nil and havo mado it tho most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for salo in 50c and SI bottles by all leading drug- Â¬ gists Any rcliablo druggist who may not havo it on hand will pro euro it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO August Flower CAL SAN FRANCISCO L0UISVILIE AY Af W YORK Nf I have been afflicted with bilious- Â¬ ness and constipation for fifteen years and first one and then another prep- Â¬ aration was suggested to me and tried but to no purpose A friend recommended August Flower and words cannot describe the admira- Â¬ tion in which I hold it It has given me a new lease of life which before was a burden Its good qualities and wonderful merits should be made known to everyone suffering with dyspepsia and biliousness JKSSK KasiO Bark hk Printer Humboldt Â¬ Â¬ Colon in TlutH IftiMd kbjMlf While in wraps short full capos and jackets of various kinds are worn side by side with long coats and rodiugotes the ame extreme prevail In hats and bonnet Sow are about the sle and shape of half fe cocoanut shcll while some of the hats have an extent of brim that can scnrcoly enter a carriage door Fancy braids uru to be very popular and truly Parisian are many of the color combinations in trimming A toque with a folded orown of green crepe de Chino is draped with hydrangea colored tulle and trimmed at one side with a bunch of tea roses In crude dyes this would bo atrocious Only carofully-se-loote- d composite colors can be placed in aioh jux tayoftltion Similar associa Â¬ tions of colors occur in house costumes And evening toilets The main point is to balance the colors one against the other and nover attempt to ally two vhich are of equal value that is equal ly dark medium or light N Y Post Trained bjr Iiutlnct MUatlfified Purchaser I thought yon paid this dog was trained Former Owner So he is Purchaser What is his specialty Former Owner Killing kheep ho Â¬ Jury course to give these places to demo Â¬ crats aud by bestowing them upon re publicans a good many votes which may be badly needed at tho next election will be lost The president might save a state otherwise doubtful by recalling all of its citizens who are oil duty in with the exception of tho elections of foreign countries and naming as theirÂ¬ ISSSund lbJO the commercial policy of successors subjects of other govern the nation can be said to have been ments or unnaturalized residents of the passed upon fairly by a popular vote United States Chicago Herald MeKmleyism Is but the ripened product POINTED PARAGRAPHS of the protective system growing out of the war Hut that system as a protec Â¬ Mr Harrisons republican league tive one dates from the repeat of the in- Â¬ of oflice holders Is steadily sawing wood ternal revenue taxes between IStW and for tho renominatlon pile St Louis 1872 It was not originally protective Republic in any extreme sense and the excess of President Harribon is not likely duties on imports over the compensat Â¬ to say anything against the Hhode ing internal revenue taxes would now Island gerrymander How would Mr bo regarded as free trade and pretty Harrisons party get a senator without rank free trade at that The Mills bill it Louisville Courier Journal was very far from a return to the The cut in the wages of workers Morrill bill less internal taxation in the highly protected iron mills con Â¬ Shortly after the war as soon as the tinues both east and west The wage real effect of the repeal of the internal earners are finding out why a republic Â¬ taxes began to be obvious tho move Â¬ an congress rejected the proposition to ment for tarifT reform began and it has condition the increase in duty upon an been advancing steadily ever since equivalent increase in wages That Hut until 18S8 tho people never had an wasnt their game N Y World opportunity to vote directly on it It republicans are growing was always presented to them compli- Â¬ wearyTho it becomes more and more ap Â¬ as cated with and obscured by some other parent that tarifT reform will be the At leading Issue of the presidential cam Â¬ question of great popular interest most the vote for tarifT reform was ten- Â¬ paign Thoy have created war clouds tative and but partially effectual and turned on their jingo thunder to diSometimes the interference was from ver the attention of the masses but tho southern question sometimes it was they must face the music Detroit the currency question and on one occa Â¬ Free Press sion at least 1870 it was both Mr The free wool bill has passed the Tllden was the first democratic candi Â¬ house bv nn emphatic vote of UK to 10 date who succeeded in largely reducing Tills is tho first gun in a campaign the Importance and Influence of tho planned to attack the Mclvinley tarifT No one reall3 southern question The result warrants law in detail doubted his loyalty or feared that any faith in the success of other raids upon of the fruits of the war would bo fully as iniquitous measures such as lost under him or that the national dig- Â¬ the binding twine tin plato and lumber nity or stability would bo compromised taxes St Paul Globe by him or with his assent Hut there Such a victory us that in Ithodo was a deep seated suspicion as to the Island Is nothing for republicans to ex Â¬ linaueial soundness of tho party and his To capacity to control his party on ques ult over It Is worse than a defeata con Â¬ escape by the skin of the teeth In tions involving the currency He stood were In on a platform that demanded the repeal test where all the advantages their own hands and bo compelled to Â¬ of the resumption act of 1875 It is per ver- Â¬ haps not too much to say that without apply to a packed tribunal for the impeople refused them this source of weakness Mr Tilden dict which the Kuffalo Enquirer might have been indisputably elected plies no glory Tho Oregon republicans have met However that may bo It Is dear that in convention applauded tho McKinloy in 1870 the tariff was not a controlling issue it was more nearly so in 1880 law denounced the free wool bill and for but evon thou it was the southorn ques- Â¬ instructed their delegates to vote sec- Â¬ revived that decided the Harrlnon llrst with Mclvinley for tion artfully vote of the northwest and kept tU scc ond oholco The day of tho convention turn from the path It would otherwise word whs received in Chicago from tbo havo taken In 1884 tho tarifT was obÂ¬ worlds fair commissioners for that Â¬ scured by tio personal element brought state that Oregon is too poor to bo rep fair into the canvass by the nomination of resented officially at the worlds Mr Hlalne In 1888 the issuo was more In indorsing McKlnleyUm the Oregon plain aud tho popular vote was In favor republicans lick tho hand that robbad of reform but its fruit was loV through thorn Chicago Time Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Doctor replied the agonized in- Â¬ would not have this get out valid for a thousand dollars but last night at midnight throe drunken and murder Â¬ ous wretches dragged me out of my bed and carried me unclad a mile away from homo The young physician who had not received eighteen dollars for profession Â¬ al services in thirteen monthsvisitod the farmer every day for seventeen weeks at six dollars a visit and so groat bo came his fame that he was soon obliged to turn away many wealthy patients who while still in excellent health wished to pay him large retainers in order to secure his services In ease of need tlohn P Lyons in Puck 1 it LSTTLE trail Adlti w BzinL PILLS ti dtklKb DO KOT ORIPK NOIt SICKEN Sure cure for SICK II HAD- Iropnirtd dlitonronrtl- ruiiDninrim ciniiuit i nry btjuio Tllul organ remove nomu ui- linn Alaslral effect on lAltl- UuyctandiHuuuer conquer Dillon nervous by ill- - EitalilKh nel OnltMri urul Daily action bloml A SETTLE MEANT 11 ai ori pill ran BtTtrb too much Keen vial contain it earned in veit crvut pocket like ltad piicll ltlialllCKH limn convenience Taken eaier than upar Njldctcry where All genuine good bcnrCrccuit Send J cent itamp You ftt S3 pace book with lanple OR HARTER MEDICINE CO St Louis Mo -- It nsLT Vcoetaiils The doM It nlrljr arijiutrtl to mil f Ttonutlfy complexion purlfylnfi Creditor Pominery had been called the incar Â¬ nation or impudence A dun never worÂ¬ ried him A few days since a creditor met him in Shelleys ostor house the lat- Â¬ Look hero Phil Ponimory ter said with severity when are you going to pay mo for tlmt suit of clothes havo sent the bill to you half a dozen times Do you ever mean to settle it Keep cool returned Pommery with Dont get one of his blandest smiles a settlement feverish You wish for Of course I do Hasnt there boon a settlement No sir There has You must be mistaken certainly been a settlement 1 How riniiuTvH Koinly Wit DlmiruiiMl U YOUNG MOTHERS Safety to r4it HiHuroH unit VliUtt of Mother llfe Ho Offer You a Kvmotlu MOTHERS FRIEND AKMECAiiK lmmrMo Jin IMIi u tttrifot pnuri i ot It oxrc prl -- Confinement of its 1nin Horror anU Jtist AftrruiironolioUloofMlhpr Kilpntl nit I rititol iiifrl tut Unit iMiltiitntl tllil nut rrRkiuM nflniml imml tit otuli ti i Mtoba ll f r imvijjii KiusiLiTou ATLANTA A co Never If you Rasy easy my tlear follow have forgotten I think 1 can convince you ViIU UV AM lUlUISTJ BUftrnftgG When vou buy Mans vou want the best Government Standard is the best the largest Hag dealers in the U S are G W SIMMONS CO Oak Hall Boston Mass Dealers in Military Uniforms Write for a Flag Catalogue The tailor was wroth and with lan guage far from proper or polite he per- Â¬ sisted in his denial Now look here said Pommery still Ill bet you the price blandly smiling of the clothes that on my part there has been a settlement of that very bill cried the other excitedly Agreed pursued Pommery philosophWell when I got those clothes ically when I ran up that bill I meant to set- Â¬ tle Dont you believe it Yes I dont dispute that Yes and if 1 meant- to settle wasnt that a ette uiiut Immediately after this services of the bartender were In requisition N Y Ledger Â¬ Â¬ - Elys Cream Balm QttlCKLY CHUIiS LiiO I Ouicht to He Homed COLD IN HEAD rrlc Apply LT Mrs Hrush Has tho hanging com inltteo decided about your picture yet Hrush Yes Mrs Hrush Are they going to hang it Hrush Dubiously I heard tho chair man say he thought hanging was toe good for it Brooklyn Lift p6enltT CIIR9 will you tuc unninQ ATTENH MIL IIUIILU O rjMfM rrt taMr NV AluhivrarmiinnorlJ BtmntoecU mil l u enough chills and wrapped yousolf la and hatches out fevers and sun strokes here Oh how saany of theta hare mom enough blankets In tho ordinary and spring and autumn spread their together again Your father and mother length of human Hfo you OAMPTO XT You Must Not Desire to Live For- - enough bunions and shed have carried wings and hatch out malarias and win went years apart but they have got to-Â¬ enough tears ter spreads out Its wings and hatches gether and tliolr children that went over and suffered enough injustices and foU 1 COMM pneumonia and Russian Mmxnfc enough pangs and been clouded ctit clhnata of this world is a grips and years ago got together again Gone tho hindrance whero thoy have moro room Gone The nitroasf e the mUsi ft Oo n1 nn ITo T Painted by enough doubts and surrounded bv which every man and woman and ohlld whore they havo moro jubilant soclotyl rftMatnUy itllelu Death Kt TaMe the iwMi enough mysteries Wo talk about tho has felt Death is When Old nmt tlnty let Oir the good trans- Â¬ Gono wero they havo mightier capacity every atteaUea fer the eeetfm ef fftettti shortness of Hfo but if wo exurcbed ference to superior to tho Knrtli DUcotirKO by Rov T weather weather to love you than when you wero herol DrWItt TiihnuKt good sense wo would realize that life In never fickle KELLAM quite long enough If wo aro tho chil- Â¬ never too hot and never too cold nnd Gone out of hinderanco into unbounded FRED and never too light and liberty Gono out ortlnnunry Into Juno Dr Tnliunjje took for his text Enstcr dren of Owl wo are at a banquet und nover too dark llnvo you any doubt Gono whero they can talk about you as Surely the this world Is only tho first course of tho that God can make better weather we always Sunday I Kumuol xv 35 M So S TIMMONDS talk about absent friends food and ve ought to be glad blttcriiesH of death Is past that than Is characteristic of this and say I wonder when they will So cried A gap tuid the only objection there aro other and better and richer planet Bleed death for It pre- Â¬ come up here to join us Hark tho out- Â¬ 1 have to this text is that a bad man ut Â¬ courses of food to be handed on Wo pares the way for change of side door of Heaven swings open llarkl O PORTSMOUTH spl8ly tered It Nevertheless It Is true and In arc hero in one room of our Fathers zones Yea It clears the path to a semi thero aro feet on tho golden stairs u hljjherfiind hotter sense than that In house but there aro rooms up stairs omnipresence How often we want to Perhaps they are coming 25 PER WEE- KSALARY Years They are better nletured better u which It was orlginnllycuttored bo iu different places at tho same time I was told at Johnstown nfter tho WiKTUDi Good Agents to bjcll ovm Why do How perplexed wo get being compelled flood that many people who had been Gknkral link op mkrokakdisr N apo a legend something lilco this wuh bolstered better furnished wo want to stay in tho ante-i-oofor- Â¬ to ohooso invitations told me ABOVK SALARY WILL between wed- Â¬ for months and years bereft for tho PEDDLING lived a very poor woman by ever when there aro better apartments dings between friendly groups between ilrst tlmo got comfort when tho awful PAID TO LIVE AGENTS In a hut FOft VU What a three of four places wo would like to be Hood came to think that their departed TUBn INFORMATION ADDRESS the name of Misery In front of her waiting for our occupancy door was a pear tree whioh was her mercy that there is u limitation to In the same morning or tho same noon ones were not present to seo the catas- Â¬ CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO 178 W Van Burea St Chicago III only resoureo for a living Christ the cart lily environmental or the same evening While death may trophe As tho people wero floating Lord in poor garb was walking through Death also makes room for improved not open opportunity to bo in many down on tho house tops thoy said the eavth and no one would entertain physical machinery Our bodies have places at the same tlmo so easy and Oh how glad I am that father and MATLOCK Him In vain he knoeked at the doorof wondrous powers but they are very so quick and so Instantaneous will be mother aro not here or How glad I HENRY WITH palaces and of humble dwellings Cold limited Thero are beast that can out tho transference that It will amount to am that tho children aro not alive to und hungry and insufficiently clad as run us outllft us outcarry us The about the samu tiling Quicker than I see this horror And ought not wo MCMILLAN HAZEN CO He was none received Iliin But coin- Â¬ birds have both the earth and air for can speak this sentence you will be who are down here amid thoupturnings ing one day to tho hut of this woman travel yet we must stick to the one In among your glorified kindred among tho of this life be glad that none of tho trou WHOLESALE whose name was Misery she received this world which the human race takes martyrs among the Apostles In the gate bles which submerge us can ever af-Â¬ llim and offered Him a fow crusts and for its own there aro creatures of God on the battlements at the temple and fright our friends ascended Before this ashed Him to warm Himself at the that can far surpass us in some things now from world to world as soon jus a I warrant our departed ones havo been BOOTS AND handful of coals and she sat up all Death removes this slower and less robin hops from one tree branch to introduced to all the celebrities of night that the wayfarer might have a adroit machinery and makes room for another tree branch Distance no hind- Â¬ Heaven Somo ono has said to them KNOXVILLE TENN pillow to rest on In the morning this something better These eyes that can rance Immensity easily compassed Let mo Introduce yon to Joshua tho divine being asked her as lie departed see half a mile will be removed for those Semi omnipresence But says some man who by prayer stopped two worlds what she would have Him do in the way that can see from world to world one 1 can not see how God is going to for several hours Let me make you -Tho above goods are handled by J and told her that He These ears which can hear a sound a reconstruct my body in tho resurrec Â¬ acquainted with this group of threo of reward CO Huzol Green Ky DAY Oh that will bo very easy as heroes John Huss Philip Melancthon the universe and would give few feet oir will be removed for ears tion owned her what she asked All she aslced was that can hear from zone to zone These compared with what Ho has already and Martin Luther Aha here Is Fene that her pear tree might be protected feet will be removed for powers of loco- done with your body four or six or ten lon Here Is Archbishop Leightou All scientists tell us that the Here are Latimer and Ridley Hero bi nml that the boys who stole her fruit motion swifter than the reindeers hoof times once climbing the tree might not be or tho eagles plume or the lightnings human body changes entirely once in Matthew Simpson Here is poets row able to get down without her consent ilash Then we have only live senses seven years so that if you are -- S years James Montgomery and Anna Barbauld H it was granted and all who climbed and to these we aro shut up Why only of age you have now your fourth body and Horatius ISonaraiid Pluebe Palmer the tree were eoumelled to stay there live senses Why not llfty why not 100 If von are 1J veals of age von have had and Lowell Mion Were your depart- Â¬ If you are 70 years of age ed ones fond of music Wo can have and we six bodies After av bile death came along and told why not 1000 What orathe poor woman she must go with him will have them but not until this pres- Â¬ you have had ten bodies Do you not torios led on by Handel and llayden But she did not want to go for how Â¬ ent physical machinery is put out of the my unbelieving friend think if God Were they fond of pictures What Ra AND Do not think that this body could build for you four or flvoor ten phaels pointing out skies with all col Â¬ ever poor ones lot is no one wants to way go w ith death Then she said to death is the best that God can do for us bodies lie could really build for you one ors wrought into chariot wheels wings I will go with you if you will lirst God did not half try when he contrived more to be called the resurrection body Were of seraphim and coronations my up into pear tree your bodily mechanism climb Mind you I Aye to make that resurrection body they fond of poetry What eternal N09 134 138 RACE STREET and bring me down a few pears before believe with all anatomists and all will not require half as much ingenuity ry thins led on by John Milton Shall 1 Mart This he consented to do but physiologists and with all scientists and power as those other bodies you we pity our glorified kindred No they CINCINNATI 0 having climbing into the tree he and with tho lsaluiist that we are have had Is it not easier for a sculp- Â¬ had better pity us We the shipwreck could not again come down Then the fearfully and wonderfully made But tor to inako a statue out of silent clay ed and on a raft In the hurricane look THE KRUSE g BAHLMAN troubles of tho world began for Death I believe and 1 know that God can mil than it would bo to make a statue out lug out at them sailing on over calm did not come The physicians had no will get us better physical equipment of some material that is alive and mov Â¬ seas under skies that never frowned patients the undertakers no business Is it possible for man to make improve Â¬ ing and running hither and thither with tempests wo hoppled with chains law vers no wills to make the people ment in almost anything and God not Will it not bo easier for God to make they lifted by wings Surely tho bit who w aited for inheritance could not get be able to make improvements in mans the resurrection body out of the silent terness of death is past them the old men stayed in all the pro physical machinery Shall canal boat dust of the crumbled body than it was Tlio Toit or Illtto Thine to make your body over live or six or fessions and occupations so that there give way to limited express train HWOMPAHY ew was eight times while it In things small lie the crucibles aud was no room for the young who were Shall slow letter give place to teleg- Â¬ or walking climbing tho touchstones Any hypocrite will motion 11 15 and 17 West Poarl Stroot coming on and tho earth got over- Â¬ raphy that places San Iranciseo and in God has already come to the Sabbath Worship but it is crowded and from all the earth the cry New York within a minute of commu Â¬ falling or rising s Oh for Death Where is nication Shall the telephone take the on your four or five bodies bestowed not every hypocrite that will attend CINCINNATI O went up Death Then the people came to the sound of a voice sixty miles and in Â¬ ten times more omnipotence than he prayer meetings or read tho Bible in poor woman and begged her to let stantly bring back another voice and will put upon the resurrection body secret or speak privatoly of tho things Death descend from the tree In sym Â¬ God who made the man who does these Yea we have the foundation for tho of God to the saints You Und tho MuThe wholesale triulo of Eastern Kes pathy for the world she consented to things not bo able to improve the man resurrection body in us now Surgeons same true iu other things A man who tuoky li respectfully solicited ii himself with infinite velocities and in- Â¬ and physiologists say there are parts of is no Christian very likely will not let Death come down on one condition und that was that he should never mo- Â¬ finite multiplication Bonctlccnt death the human body the uses of which they tell you a downright lie by saying TIIE but ho will not They are search Â¬ white is black lest or take her away and on that con- Â¬ comes in and makes the necessary can not understand dition Death was allowed to come removal to make way for these super ing what theso parts wero made for hesitate to declare that whitey brown I can tell is white he will go that length Now So also our but have not found out down and he kept his word and never natural improvements we al Â¬ slow process of getting information them They aro the preliminaries of the Christian will not go half way to a removed her and for that reason must have a substitute Through pro- Â¬ tho resurrection body God does not falsehood but will boldly shun It alto- Â¬ ways have Misery with us In that allegory some one lias set longed study we learned the alphabet make any thing for nothing The uses gether With him the moral basoncBi GOMPANY- forth the truth that I mean to present and then we learned to spell and then of those now surplus parts of thu body of such a measure as trilling with thoÂ¬ on this East er morning which celebrates we learned to read Then the book is will be demonstrated when the glorilled sacred duty of truth speaking is a suf Â¬ Reficient barrier to tho committal the resurrection of Christ and our com put before us and the eye travels from form is constructed Notions move from mo tho way of lying and Wliolesale Dry Goods Jug resurrection that one of tho grand word to word nnd from page to page Now if death clears the way for all days to read the this why paint him as a hobgoblin eauso mo to make much ot Thy laws est and mightiest mercies of the cartli is and wo take whole Words of Life our divine permission to quit it Sixty look and if from that book of 100 or Why call him the King of Terrors 101 103 and 103 W Fourth Street r00 pages we have gained one or two Why think of him as a great spook four persons every minute step off this Lofty elevation of mind does not planet Thirty million people every profitable ideas we feel we have done Why sketch him with skeleton and ar- Â¬ make one indifferent to tho wants and CINCINNATI 0 South Side year board this planet As a steamer well There must be some swifter way rows and standing on a bank of dark sufferings of thosu who are below him in Gods waters Why have children so fright Â¬ on the contrary as tho rarefied air of must unload before it takes another car- and more satisfactory of talcing go and as tho passengers of a rail train universe of thoughts and facta and ened at his name that they dare not go mountains makes distant objects seem must leave it in order to have another emotions and information But this can to bed alone and old men have their nearer so aro all his fellow beings company of passengers enter it so with not be done with your brain in its pres Â¬ teeth chatter lest some shortness of brought nenrer to tho heart of Him this world What would happen to ent state Many a brain gives way under breath hand them over to tho monster who looks upon them from the holght an ocean steamer if a man taking a the present facility This whitish mass All the ages have been busy in malignof His wisdom Mate mom should stay in it for- Â¬ iu the upper cavity of tho skull and ing death hurling repulsive metaphors As there is no grace that glorifies ever What would happen to n rail at tho extremity of the nervous at death slandering death Oh for the train if one who purchases a ticket system this center of perception and sweet breath of Easter to come down God so much us faith so there Is no Right after the vernal graeo that He glorifies so much a should always occupy tho seat assigned sensationcan not endure more than it on the earth now endures But God can make a hot Â¬ equinox and whon the ilowers are be Â¬ fultli W Soolcon him And what would happen to this well may all world if all who came Into it never de Â¬ ter brain and ho sends death to remove ginning to bloom If the way to Heavou be narrow it parted from it The grave is as much this inferior brain that he may put in nations with song and congratulation is not long and if the gate bo straight you say does and garlands celebrate the resur- Well a benediction as the cradle Whatsunk a superior brain it opens into eudlcbs life liishop llev Noi 74 and 70 Mala Street that ship in tho Black sea a few days not that destroy the Idea of the resur Â¬ tion of Christ and our own resurrection uridge Oh no when the tlmo has gono by and tho rection of tho present body ago Too many passengers What was CINCINNATI 0 True conversion begins In tho heart the matter with that steamer on the It will be the old factory with new ma- Â¬ trumpets pour through the clouds the Thames which a few years ago went chinery new driving wheel new bands harmonies that shalL wake the dead and thence spreads up and down up Dont you By the empty niche of Josephs mauso- iuto the head and down into the pocket dim n with 100 lives Too many passen new levers and new powers GUS MEYER WITH see So 1 suppose tho dullest human leum by the rocks that parted to let gers Now this world is only a ship Kettle It in your mind that no ser brain after tho rosurreotlonary process tho Lord come through lot our ideas which was launched some six thousand years ago It is sailing at tho rate of will have more knowledge more aeute for changing worlds bo forever revolu- Â¬ mon is wortli much iu which the Lord many thousand miles an hour it is ness more brilliancy more breadth of tionized If what 1 have been saying Is Is not the chief speaker John Hall freighted with mountains and cities swing than any Sir William Hamilton true how differently wo ought to think ojonmuis ino sin to represent trifle Â¬ It Is no and has In its state rooms and steerage or Herschol or Isaac Nowtot or Fara of our frionds departed The body they an necessaryllttlo or fata Hardware on the one Agricultural Implements about sixteen hundred million passen day or Agassis ever had In tho mortal havo put off Is only as when entering a on the other to salvation hand Toih Dr powers hall lighted and resounding with mu Â¬ gers So many are coming aboard it stato or all their intellectual OLIVER OniLLED PLOWS You see God baa only sical bands You loavo your hat and is necessary that a good many dis- combined Do not wait for extraordinary opMALTA PLOWS FOSTER STOVE CO Tho cloak In the cloak room What would to build you begun embark Suppose that all tho people just EVAPORATORS COOKS MILLS portunities for good actions but jiiako CIIAMPION REAPERS A MOWERS that have lived sinco the days of Adam palace of your naturo has only a banqueter do if ho had to carry these use of common situations Goethe 8TOPDARD AND ACME II ARROWS and Kve were still alive what a clut- Â¬ the foundation laid and part of the incumbrances of apparel with him Â¬ DOORS AND HASH A SPECIALTY Tho purpose of tho Scripture Is to What tered up place this world would be no lower story and only part of ono win- into tho brilliant reception tho great architect has made would your departed do with your teach us how to go to Heaven not how Not 110 A 113 Second IStreet elbow room no place to walk no dow but RONTON OHIO Oly privacy nothing to cat or wear or If his draft of what you will be when the bodies If they had to bo encumbered the heavens go Hamulus John was with them in the kings drawing room nything were left tho human race Alhambra Is completed Moro people would bo quite willing It doth not yet Gone into the light Gone Into the urn would like a shipwrecked erew have to right when ho said DO YOU WANT TO SAVH to let well enough alone if thoy know Blessed be bIc Gone into tho festivity we shall be Gone uo put on short rations each of us appear what FROM 2ft to fiO CENTS ON EVERY what well enough was having perhaps only a biscuit a day death for It removes all tho hin among kings and queens and conquerors DOLLAR YOU SPEND If bo writ We can not go lar up or iar Gone to meet Elijah and hear him tell The cross of our salvation Is not i FOR OUIt IrXUBTKATHD CATALOOUS And wliat chance would there bo for the drances rising generations Tho men and women down If wo go up far wo get dizzy and of the chariot of fire drawn by horses contrivance to take tho place of charac- CONTAINING ILLUSTRATION ANB PRIORI of lire nnd tho sensation of mounting ter Geo D Herron Who started when tho world started if wo go far down wo get suffocated 09 KVnilYTHINQ MANUFACTURED IK would keep tho modern people back If men would go far up thoy ascend theÂ¬ tho sapphire steeds Gono to meet with THE UNITKD BrATlB AT MAXUFACTUR Somo peoplo might find tlmo to Blanc or Hima Moses and hear him describe the pile 10000 and down PRicua Wo are 0000 Matthcrnhorn or Mont saying been re- Â¬ of black basalt that shook when the holp ono another If thoy were not so Ens LINKS nniRKMNTKD illustrations years old Bow down ClTALOOU ALL History Is laya but what disasters have down busy helping themselves MAILED FRHB Orf APPLICATION nothing for wo are older than ported as thoy camo tumbling hark to law was given Gono to meet Paul and too far Tho religion of a good mnny peoADDRRSfl history What a mercy for tho human Or If they wont down damps and sco hear him toll how Felix trembled and explosion of tho fire how tho ship went to pieces in tho plo is like tho fire in Hint it needs to CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO- face was death Within a few years tho tho poor miners breakers disfigured and how thick was tho be struck out of them No 178 Wot Van Burks St you can get from thi world all there Is thotho bottom bodied of shaft coal of tho darkness in tho Mamortina dun- Â¬ CHICAGO ILK at i it After you lui7d had fifty or ulxty Christ leans us through no darker Then there are tho ollmatologlcal hin- Â¬ geon Gono to meet John Knox rooms than Ha went through before of seventy spring times you have seen enough blossoms After fifty or Bixty drances Wo run against unpropltious and John Wesley and Hannah Moro Richard llaxter cirri a mTrvvrxr7 WrltlHK FWr ov seventy autumns you have soen weather of aN sorts Winter bllrzard and Frnnces Havergal Gone to meet Uk You must mix some uncertainty PiftllWJlYiT 1 A Etivelep LmUm enough of gorgeous follagu After fifty and summer scorch and each season tho kindred who preccdedl Why I it abit own din- - should not wonder If they had a larger with faith f you would have faith be Fftni Ac for or sixty or seventy wlntera you have Bnm to hatch a brood of Its auire wui Net lmirr enr 10 i Drowning Tho summer spread Its wings family group there than they ever had seen enough fjiow stoma and felt order TMH JU HCVH EASTER SERMON gt rmam t Ir kttaf Wholesale Grocora m Â¬ Â¬ SHOES Â¬ MARKS BROS MARKS Â¬ mvM wmraia Â¬ HARDWARE i Â¬ Â¬ GEO W MAIPIN Â¬ GROSSMAN CO Â¬ SCHLETJTKER Saddlery and Harness H II Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WMKBRRG0 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ raw w i atwinumiK XT Hazel GjiEEN - Herald I Friday has An over Mipply are just i Washington SPffrfeJ ttiMai i now in the full enjoyment of the kmwoii s cAUHurvr that only comes to them once in every four years and not always that often as it has sometimes happened that the nom inees of all of the National conventions were known almost to a certainty weeks But it is before the conventions met not that way this year There is no cerHAZEL CrtEEN KY tainty whatany of them will do Presi May 27 1692 dent Harrison might be reasoiably cer tain of the Republican nomination if could be eliminated or News and Comment Secretary Blainehe would not accept the would say that t III who kneels nnd beg your support nomination if tendered him But he nnil fails to know you nftcr it has been refuses to say anything and tho factj that ho exhibit his increased strength by secured is n knnvc witli n big K taking long walks and appearing almost dk9 Sk While in Cincinnati we got Ingratk though not so defined in dailv at some nubile gathering encour i hohl of a Stock of Goods at oO Webster is Hometimcs n synonym for ages his admirers to believe that he will cents on the dollar spot cash Meanwhile the high Stnto officials and reward ineans accept if nominated something a fellow does not get when ho situation is complicated by hints that which we are uoinu to nive to beats the bunh to bring out all the votes President Harrison may forbid the presonr friends and the public entation of his name to tho convention for his political idol while it lasts We have made ifs on the There aro still more That fellow who last week stole a cage Democratic side Senator Hill is by up our minds that we are tro Bully circus general consent out of it so far as his of lions from the Bnrnum ing to show the people that at York Pa and Bhipped them through own nomination is concerned but that we appreciate their splendid to Chicago beforo ho was detected need he will bo a imwerful factor in determin Mr his hand at ing the nomination is certain liavo no hesitancy in trying patronage in the past and we taking away a red hot stove Cleveland has lost ground rapidly during are going to sell the splendid tho past week from the Washington purchase we made at less than The outlook now indicates that tho no i nt of view and Gorman has trained i Republican nominees for President and while there is an increase of talk in favor the goods can be manufactured Vice President will bo Blaine of Maine of a Western man for All we ask of vou is to Tho best in and Alger of Michigan Tho Peoples party according to its jjivc our several formed Republican politicians unbiased Representatives in Congress is neck and belief think Mr Harrison is not in it neck with the old parties so fur as unin this time certainty about who will head its Presidential ticket is concerned Jerry Simp Â¬ Now it looks liko it may bo Blaine on son thinks the nominations made by the look tho Republican and Carlisle on tho Dem We are going to name a few of the many big drives Democrats and Republicans will have to A ocratic ticket just what Thk Herald a certain extent influence in determining we will offer you has hankered after In that event get tho Peoples candidate Good Plaid Cotton sold for 8Jc now 6c a yard ready to witness tho hottest political Senator Higgins of Delaware made a New Spring Stylo Shirting Prints fast colors 4c a yard fight ever seen in America But Mr pugnacious speech on the Naval bill in New Spring Style Dress Prints fast colors oc a yard Carlisle will be our next President all which ho said that he favored increasing Plaid Cheviot Suiting former price 15c now OJc a yard tho same the navy oven if it involved an increase Camels Hair Suitings formerly 20c now 10c a yard of the national debt There are many Heavy Jeans two good colors 10c a yard Blaine liko Barkis says Im will men in Congress of the same opinion Heavy Cottonade worth 20c now 10c a yard in and as that has heretofore been the thoy are not nil in tho same political only obstacle in tho way of his nomina- Â¬ and Cedar Pencils fc a dozen party either but there are few who care tion ho is likely to bo the Republican Large Rubber Head Iead Pencils 10c a dozen to be as frank as Senator Higgins Soon- Â¬ nominee Falcon Hank and School Pens Ac a dozen Indeed Indiana Harrisons er or later the question has got to come 75 Needles or three papers for 5c own homo is asking that the Maino man right down to that for if tho programme bo tho nominco of the Minneapolis may Large size Shaving Glass worth 10c for 5c mapped out by thoso who favor the Convention next month Extra large size Shoo Blacking 5c a box building and maintenance of a navy Good Shoe Brush for 10c to cope with Good Garter Web 2 yards 5c or 25c a lolt Varnell the man who stole tho cago powerfulbo enough out it is only a Great quescarried of lions that ho might embark in tho Britain 2 Extra largo boxes Lily White for 5c show business on his own account should tion of time when Congress will be called Heavy Weight Note Paper 24 sheets or 1 quire 5c upon to choose between increasing the try his hand on our State Legislature 50 Envelopes or 2 packages for 5c and thus secure a wholo cabinet of curi- revenue by soino new form of taxation Fivo Thimbles all sizes for 5c osities In an effort of that kind detec- Â¬ or authorizing an increase in the bonded Extra large Gilt Back Blank Book for 5c indebtedness of the country tives would not dotain him nor reward Wire Garters and Sleeve Holders 5c Senator Allison who can bo at times a seek to rcscuo the prizo from him 24 Shoe Laces for 6c very bitter partisan never allows his 7 S and 9 inch Covered Dress Steels 5c a dozen TnE first car load of this years wheat partisanship to influence him when he Large 8 inch Bubber Bedding Comb for 5c was shipped from Delano California on makes official statements as chnirmau of Largo Horn nnd Rubber Fino Comb two for 5c Saturday It was grown by J M and tho committee on Appropriations of the Large Double Lock Money Purse 5c 0 B Kimborlain in Korn county Senate therefore his statement that at School and Package Strap 10c which has always maintained tho lead tho end of the present fiscal year June Ladies Hose absolutely fast black 5c a pair Â¬ for early grain but this last shipment 30 next the treasury would have a surLadies Fancy Hoso extra large 5c a pair beats tho record by four days even in plus of 25000000 after making all pay Seamless Mixed Socks 5c a pair monts that can bo legally demanded is that glorious climate of California Splendid Fancy Socks 5c a pair generally accepted and while many Childrens Black and Fancy Hose 5c a pair Wk acknowledge the receipt of an in- Â¬ grumble becauso the surplus will not bo Fancy Doinet Flannel Overshirs 25c each vitation to tho national celebration of tho larger others particularly Republicans Mens Fancy Web End Suspenders 10c a pair nineteenth anniversary of tho Knights of think that a surplus of 2000000 is 28 inch Turkey Red Bandana Handkerchief for 5c Honor to bo hold at National Park Lou- Â¬ not to bo sneezed at Childrens Fancy Handkerchiefs lc each Tho Allianco Congressmen aro succeed- Â¬ isville Ky on Thursday Juuo 30 1892 Extra heavy ami well made Striped Jeans Pants worth 150 for 100 a pair and regret that pressing business engage- Â¬ ing so well in blocking the passago of Extra heavy lt5 rib Umbrellas for 75c each out of ments will prevent our attendance bills by unanimous consent Genuine Gloria Silk Umbrellas for 1 each Thirty four lodges of Louisville Jeflbr their order on the House calendar that Largo Fancy Border Hand Towels 10c a pair sonvillo and Now Albany will celebrato a Democrat Representative Tillman of Fancy Colored Window Curtains good 5c a yard the birth of tho order in Louisville Juuo South Carolina has offered a resolution Ono dozen Napkins fringed for 25c 0 1878 and it now numbers 135011 directing tho committee on Rules to report a rule making the objections of ton members And thousands of other items we could name at equally or more members necessary to prevent In addition to above immense bargains we will The Scparato Coach bill has passed tho consideration of any bill by unani Â¬ low prices both houses of tho Kentucky Legisla mous consent The proposed now rule sell to every cash purcaaser of 5 00 or over also to every turo and when signed by tho Governor has been referred to by an Alliance man person pnying us 1000 or over in cash on notes and accounts will bo a law nnd go into effect ninety as an attempt to authorize the commit- Â¬ for days after tho adjournment of tho pres tee on Rules to change tho meaning of of legislature But when oh Lord will tho word unanimous Tho Alliance ent We also give free to every cash purchaser of 100 that bo Tho intent of tho bill is doubt Â¬ members say thoy propose keeping up less all right but tho scparato coach tho fight until they aro recognized as a or more a very handsome gilt frame looking glass or a should contain tho toughs of every party in all divisions of time and other largo size picture or chromo We have the largest color creed or condition in lifo for our privileges enjoyed by Democrats or Re Â¬ own raco contains some as reckless cusses publicans as any to bo found among our oficolor It seems that tho announcements which citizens and it is well to bo honest in have been made of tho acceptance of in Â¬ We want your pat considering tho merits of tho measure vitations to attend tho international Stock in the State outside of Louisville monetary conference by Great Britain ronage and will make prices to secure it The Domocratio Convention that met Germany Italy and Austria Hungary We will also take in exchange for merchandise or on in Louisville on Wednesday doubtless were either premature or unauthorized seleotcd a solid delegation to go to Chi Â¬ At any rate tho Department of State has notes and accounts all kinds or merchantable produce live cago for our own Senator Iohn 0 Car officially informed Secretary Foster that stock saw logs and railroad cross tion lislo and that was tho right nnd proper no country has yet forwarded an accept Â¬ thing to do But in event it should ance of our invitation transpire that Mr Carlisle can not got Thollouvo committeo on Appropria tho nomination for tho Presidency who tions reported adversely on tho joint res- tlion After Carlisle wo aro for Clove olutlon appropriating 30000 for tho land and thOnany available Western homclcNj Mississippi flood sullerers on man Wo aro forhmat Hill first last tho ground that such an appropriation is and all tho time beqnusQ wo beliovohim unauthorized by law Tho sudden jchango of front in tho a ftisruptionist and Umt his nomination Senate Commerce committee which this would bo mora disastrous than anything week cut down tho river and harbor bill i that has happened tho Democratic party a couple of millions is mid to have been OF EASTERN KENTUCKY caused by u hint from tho White House wjthin tho last half dozen decades SPENCER COOPER - - - Editor WASHINGTON LETTER May 20 WA8HINOTON I The Presidential puckers of which C LOOK 00T FOR mv rJnM L rnrn FAIW ILML m Jh J i iinii-r-- MEi Wfisgt Hiap Â¬ BARGAIN rHniE IILUl Jl IILIIt MAIN STREET ULIM r I miuiuidciunnguewGier 135 E Custom House Square Â¬ Â¬ Current COUNTERS WiU Pai Tii to lal Ml is C ML LEXINGTOK KY WATCHES DIAMONDS CLOCKS i JWLRY Solid Silver AND Optical Goods Â¬ Trimble Bros WHOLESALE Â¬ 6B0G8 MT STERLING fully solicited bb KY jSt frOonsiunnuMits of produce nml Hie put roiinui of Mountain Merchants respect jcl4ly J It Sharp Bruce Trimble T CJ Denton Â¬ Â¬ BARGAIN TABLES SHARP TRIMBLE DENTON MT STERLING KY Â¬ Hayp now a complete line of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes and Gents Furnishing Goods We solicit an inspection of our goods and guarantee pri ces satisfaetorv and articles as recommended Â¬ Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY Capital J M 200000 Surplus President i 80000 BinSTAFF G L Kilt K PATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier Â¬ Â¬ We respectfully solicit the business of mer chants farmers trader nnd business men Kenerullv throughout Knsteni Kentucky A general bunking business done Give us ii chance to send you ft bnnk book ouy your checks and loan vou nionev when in need W W Â¬ Thompson Cash R S STRADER Successors to J A La 71 E 1 SM 1 Co Main LEXINGTON KY Wholesale Dealers in Stkkrt Straight Kentucky Brandies Whiskies c -- Wines FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY CIGARS AND TOHACCO Aleuts for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old Tarr and Old Taylor hgl feder it fj JlOo Cg Cut Price House 107 HACK STBEET CINCINNATI VKS OHIO IIOSI CNDEItWEAK SHAWLS r EltY ULO HLAXKETS SIS PKMiKIUS ami nil klniis oi simin wares nnd other goods in Notion awl Furnishing Goods Line Â¬ Fkdku t Co Church Stieet New YqSpccial attention to mail order II G 100 ork Â¬ 6 Pounds our Choicest Coffee One Dollar WINCHESTER BANK WINC1IKSTKU N 11 1 H TIIE KY President WIT1IEKSPOON II INTFlt Cashier It General Merchandise Paid up CapuTF 00000 j This Hank solicits the account of r chants farmer traders nml busilney men generally throughout Eastern KentucKj and oilers its customer1 every facility nml the most liberal terms within the limits oi octlVV legitimate huitkiiii Surplus 0000000 ROSE DcBUSK IltUIKAL 5 Â¬ J T DAY THE CO Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers KEEN KY of nil kinds solicited and lUnrkiiniiliinir work promptlv done We make a spicuiin of buildini MiniM wagons and jjuurnntf HAZEL All who are indebted to t NOTICE linn or cither of us for work must vvw will Mill SCttl i ami otiuli orssallsfaetoiN terms III nillUl ii ilamtmiliul ftr nil Ufirk llillll Jh Tlmnklm you lor past pntmnUKi licitlni u continuance of the sann yi HOSKJ niIUK respectfully I 88ABEM mm mMWTt JIhh u larger olreulutlon in Wolfe Morgan mid Hrertthltt tliivn all other pupyrs in the in Mt Sterling Win Hate and inorohimi Louisvillo mill nnclit Iliitter Lexington mwr miiiuum through imti will llml it tiik secure Mountain Tnulo which ADVKllTISINO 11ATI THANSIKNT Hazel Queen Herald Advertisements inserted for loss than 3 months will he 7f cunts an ineh for this tlrst cent an iuoh for onuh sub iiiertioii anil sequent insertion ftjrAM TTANHIKNT AnYltllTISINU UK IAID IN ADVASOK STANMNO AllVltUTLSKMKNTS 12 mouths 1 inch l I A MUST 7 oO 1 or more Obituaries tributes of icspect ete JSe a line Count six words to the line and send Wo will write money with the manuscript liitUMrlcs and publish ato eeuts u line Marriage and death notice not exceeding ten line holleited and published IKHK Libcril rates on larger nilvcrtfoomeiiUi made known on application Local notices lo lie interspersed among rcidini matter 10 eeuts u line with u lis riitint of -- r per cent whore they run a mouth J inches inches inclies inches inches i0 lo 00 122 IS 7o 00 IHI 2 mimumiiiaftjn imimu roonlVs larty Situ MontHife Tho Pttopliw party of Wolfe county met in mass convention at the Court House-- in Campton on Saturday May 21 1S92 In the abseneo of the County Clndrmnn the mooting was called to or der by James N Rose who stated tho object of the meeting and on motion Stephen Swango was elected Chairman and II S Helton Secretary The following delegates were appoint Â¬ ed to attend tho Congressional conven tion to be held at Campton May 2S 18U2 W M 11 Bowlin W B Van cleave John Swango H II Swango An drew Swango Lewis Brewer J nines N Rose James Tolson Stephen Swango and 11 S Helton The following resolutions wore read and adopted Resolved That we endorse tho second Declaration ol Independence formulated at St Louis February iM IS- - and promise unswerving fidelity unto them until brought to u successful tei initiation and that we strive to establish the principle of equal rights based on exact justice to all and M Â¬ Â¬ - W MH WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS teresting KY CATLETTSBURG Quito n number of suita have beon Tho Lnrgost Drug IIouso in tho Ohto Vnlley filed In tho Common Pleas court this Manufacturer of 238 RUMKDIUS that uro Sold by tho Dozen week seeking to vncato mineral leases o iuvuv oquivru root ox i ioor uoom jjh wnnaa employ oa AMMMMMMAAMAAAkaMAAUjiAaaaUuaa land There aro n vast number of leases proprietors of the famous Sole proprietors of the reliowned tS J in existence In this county which is a NERVE KINni HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL For the permanent cure of lalim In thoX useless incumbrance nnd a cloud upon jTho only remedy that Is sold on an nbso Huntn mill nil ltatrlnr nf 111 lti1nX ic iivi v IIIU AVIIIIIUJOJL the title of peoplos lands which greatly flute guariintce toI cure nilIII IPains 1Iand J V a Itirt llllil tf nM lilt Owiiiiliu I 1111 J NipHI- lllllliniii Internally I llllll lOHVH etc ljel vuilli HI and exter-- T11 lllMIMlin VI VUI T entery impairs its vnluonnd should be removed tiiicatea of those who have used this remedy w ill he Rent on application and can bo if they would tako proper ftiniiy ilie nest Itninient in the worhlX tlio boys would occasionally Msol om up I boliovo it would nialco It moro in Â¬ Xlo 1 V A iL steps lMtICK 23 CKNTS S 1MUCB S10O 5 Dr James II Stamper and J C Ijy kins loft today for IOtiisville to bo ab sent several days Mr Lykins to look after some local matters and the doctor to visit his sou who is attending the Kentucky School of Medicine The doc tor will take a post graduate- course himself while there And I might add that they will loth attend the Democratic convention which convenes on tho 25th inst at Louisville Â¬ Â¬ oSTVoix Sam my Diuhj Stoiiks and Country Stokes EvKHYviiERXt 4e -- Â¬ FEDER SILBERBERG 113 CO O Ii5 W Third Street H - CINCINNATI Represented by W CILLIS May 21 IIkpoktku erltlllS KOI 5 KlilUMAU AltVKKTISINU ON IAYAIUK QtAltriiltlY lltMNI w mKmmm am mmm Address ttj w SPKNMTK OOOPKIt lhtcl Green Ky amm HOTIGE Wo have just over- Ixnitoil mir nuiiliii list and the ilate after nsk all honest moil who believe in reform to join with u in this great movement - That the Haki Gukkx IlKKAIU nnd Home Sentinel be requested to publish these proceedings On motion the convention adjourned sine die US Hrirotr Stephen Swanuo Chairman Secretary your name shows At a meeting of the Democracy of the time you are paid uj to If you are in arrears please send your renewal at Morgan county held at the Court House once as wo need money badly and must in West Liberty May M 1SH2 for the collect AiriUiisunrioxs in advance purpose of appointing delegates to the Louisville convention held on May 25 Harmon Swimgos little daughter had 1892 0 J McKenzio was elected Chair- Â¬ mir thanks for a hunch of fine pie plant man and J A Lacy Secretary whereupon tho following resolutions were The neatest and best preparation to adopted color the whiskers is Huckinghums Dyo First That all Democrats of Morgan coun ty aru hereby appointed delegates from this Mrs Huehanan Hose of Lee City has county to the Louisville convention on May our thanks for some extra line young L LSÂ¬ Â¬ onions Rev J T Pieratt will preach at Lau rel school house next Sunday morning and afternoon Â¬ I- Second That in recognition of party service and unswerving Democracy of our fellow- Â¬ Salver we hereby instruct the dclegAtes from this county in the Louisville convention to east the vote for Miss Carrie Rose John M Roses little him as delegate to the Chicago convention musician has our thanks for a mess of and wo commend said Salver to the Democ racy of the Tenth Congressional district as fine young onions being in every sense worthy of their sup Mrs Dulcina Pieratt and Mrs Phojbe port and confidence Cox of Ezel arc visiting relatives and Miss Georgie Gravolleof Albuquerque find their subscriptions friends here this week New Mexico who visited her grand Â¬ J T Day of Hazel Green was hero John Craft and wife of Breathitt aro father Geo Phillips nnd other relatives one day bust week syfaxing with some of stopping at Swango Springs and under nnd friends hero a few years ago was our big men medical treatment of Dr J A Taulbee married on April 20 1892 to Joseph J Henry Elam formerly of West LibPittman a Kentuckian in that city the Â¬ Married on the 22d inst at tho resi- ceremony being performed by Rev Mr erty made n fiying trip hero yesterday dence of tho brides father Mr Elishn Cristie of the Congregational church May 28 Piohihitiox Chambers Mr W Kelley McCluro to About forty intimate friends of tho wed Misi Lydia Chambers Uov Jchn Darker ding party were in attendance and tho MORGAN COUNTY bridal presents were both pretty and otliciating Kiel KTolutlona profuse Tho bride is n distnnt relntivo Daniel Bayes left last Wednesday unDr John A Taulbee reports the folof Porter lacy Jr and ho had been der pretenso of going to Illinois to work lowing births To the wife of Thomas casting sheeps eyes and sending sweet a while leaving his wife and child with Taulbee of Daysborough May 13 a missives to tho Territory of New Mexico her father Joshua Bryant but Friday girl on the same day to tho wife of Hence he is now clothed in night ho slipped back nnd taking ouo of himself Willie Campbell a boy on tho 24th to sackcloth nnd ashes and repeating the his wifes sisters skipped to parts un Â¬ the wife of O W Cecil a boy There am as good fish known They were seen leaving Roth time worn truth in the sea etc Rev F Agar has great pleasure in an well on the trnin Saturday morning nouncing a visit from Kev It Smith of was in town last week Wingless The annual meeting of stockholders of Newport and G N Green Esq of CinHe says Maytown has quite n number of the Bluegrass National Building nnd cinnati who will preach at the following Loan Association will be held at the preiichcrs and no blacksmith and he was places May town Juno 1 and 2 Flat companys ollice 81 East Short street trying to swap thrco preachers for ono Rock June 3 and 4 and Bethel Sunday Ky Wednesday Juno 1 blacksmith Lexington June 5 Every one invited to come and 1892 Hiram Hogg of Boonovillc is in town at 10 oclock A M hear Bishop Clay Secretary trying to sub let somo mall routes which he tins taken in too cheap Stockholders of Illuegrass National WOLFE COUNTY Ruilding and Loan Association Branch Rev James R Nickcll conducted a Olllcc Hazel Green I will bo at the Caioptito Currently meeting hero two or three days last week turo of Rose Saturday 2Sth tho wifo of Jones on Bom on the 21st insL to Samuel Rice is in La Ruo county this inst at 7 v m to receive dues for the T F Stamper a boy Frank is all smil week selling his patent gate brace current month Please be on time Any ing now Died on the 21st inst wife of William who fail to pay promptly will be fined Hughes has been very ill for n Adams Mrs Wm H Cord Sec few days but wo aro glad lo say sho is Biuivr May 28 some better Geo Rico of Maytown who is donat Mnjtmni MImUm ing this weeks work to tho building of Geo W Drake is at home and is very Please find enclosed tl for Tub Hku Â¬ The Hkuaid otlice disires us to remind ill with fever Drs Stamper and Con aid six months to R E Sweeney Lex- Â¬ the Jackson Hustler that the Legislature gleton aro attending him ington Ky and six months to J W which the Hustler wants to quit and go F A Savage pastor of tho M E Sweeney Maytown Ky I find mon al Â¬ home is just like an old hen his wifo set church South at this place left yester Â¬ most every day who want The Herald i 8ort time since After sitting for livo day to attend district conference which but tho one thing needful they say is iveekR she produced nothing and tho convene nt Morohead tomorrow lacking legislature has done likewise Our ontorprising County Attorney J Our farmers can do nothing as it la so Lykins had a new steel roof put on cool and raining C Consequently they Tho exhibition of tho Teetn Bros tho Court IIouso a few days ago which are low in spirits while somo of tho how held hero Tuesday for tho benefit A gen young bucks are occasionally high up improves its appearance f Mizpah tadqo No fi07 P A A M greatly from Winchester did tho job with corn spirits wan well attended considering tho fact tleman Horton delivered up Mrs Fbrcnco that nearly nil the fanners are busy in Dr J W Kendrlck will preach at S 1 Shack- Â¬ Goodwin Chapel on Grassy tho third their crops nnd u nice sum was realized the post ofiico yesterday to fr the lodge Owing to u high wind elford who was a few days ago appoint Sunday in June place Mrs WiSfULBW 110 balloon May 23 did not reach tho altitude ed as postmaster at this per miiMunoed Two attempts were mnde to Horton during hor administration Wanted A woman to cook wash ul t up and tho hist time it arose formed tho duties of the ollico untlsfnc tout 200 feet and drifted in n northerly torily to all parties and we feel satUfied and Iron for a small family Middle will do like- aged woman with no encumbrance None jHrcctlon When it reached tho school that tho present Incumbent but a Kood cook with good character yard it dragged in tho tree tops wise need apply Address or call on Spencer school nd Prof Sweeney Who will teach tho Campton out loose and camo wn without tho aid of his parachute is a question that Is agitating tho minds Cooior Hazel Green freed from his weight the balloon of tho dear peoplo of this section just Tho trial of Billy Burke and Sophlo gifted over on to tho farm of F Mc now Profs A V Stoolo and A C Byrd Lvon who attempted to rob the ML uire and camo down With littlo or are making n strong fight for tho place Sterling Traders Deposit Bank recently wind blowing it js thought the nscen and from tho present outlook the chances If comes up at that place today iau would have been a success aecm to ho i fvor uf lhcm lxl -citizen John 1 Â¬ Â¬ Ieo City Iiiciilottos Married on last Thursday nt this place Charley Patrick Jr to Miss Linn 11 h Elam Rev W It Davis otliciating May lowers of placid perfumes of happi Â¬ ness ever bloom about their home From the comtu nnd gwino thero will be many moro weddings soon that we are saying nothing nbout but Ill tell Eli irot there Inst Saturday night all the same The I was informed last ovening that Si mon Cock roll in a drunken row with Billy Taulbee on Frozen Creek was shot is not a Patent Paint but the best Paint can bo mndo by the latter and from expressed opin by an experiended Practical Painter with tho assistanco of ions the shot will prove fatnl is guaran Â¬ the latest improved and powerful machinery It O Brooks of Frankfort Indiana teed to give satisfaction Will cover one half moro space is located hero for a few days for the oil mixed by hand Sent freight paid for than lead and purpose of introducing his patent crane no reliable dealer wanted in each 150 per gallon Ho is a boss whittlor gate town Send for color cards etc to R G Rose and R M Elam returned KY a few days since from Louisville and aro well pleased with their trip Mrs Matilda Bailoy of New Albnny Indiana has been visiting friends and relatives hero tho past week The new store houso that was staked off hero Inst week is so largo that I can not give the dimensions W F Lacy W T Elam nnd S H Gkeex Ky May 10 1892 Patrick want The Hkuaid Enclosed To tho Trndo of Enstorn Kentucky Contiguous to Haze Green IS THE BEST IIPNSrt ill Mlil A NT MADE Â¬ Best is the Cheapest It that Â¬ It WO Lion Paint and Color Works LEXINGTON GREEN HUFFAKERfe CO LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Hazel Wholesale Boots and Shoes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wo have this day completed arrangements with the above named rirm and will handlo their goods in largo quan- Â¬ tities We especially invito an inspection by tho merchants as we 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 prepared at any and all times to furnish these goods in any and every quality size and price All wo ask is a trial Respectfully c J T DAY CO Hazol Greon Ky MMMgIWIMIIIIIII Â¬ cr Lsviur l0MihLtfSf a UMP Â¬ Sn T T nkutr llllnVrirr Trnvn fTitrm hnmi ofJayFCKSeo lUolne Wliayii After trylnr 3 evory known roinedy 1 removed a large Dunoh of two year ntHnUlog from a 3 year old Ally S with turce applloatlonit of WKatL PilceSlSe ITBADKMARK QUINNS OINTMENT f ItlMtiie beit nrtarat Ion I haveavertiMd or hear of I liuartlly recommend 11 10 au xiornimeo We have hundrcdt c tuch tctttmoniaU oer bottle Aak rourdniHtatforlU If ha dotnnot kvftMteenduiiJSeMauiiiaoritllvrrfurtrtklfKNe W II KI1V A CX WIltlOllHll N X OIEiPER SGH00I BOOKS Jut 11 Â¬ Jeoinnlutiil nr The iimtaralKiitHl tnkos ttUHiiru In nitiiouiicing thnt they IIirvo rniiReiiivnlri with tho American Hook Company that will enable him to sell the school book adopted hy the Statu Hoard of Education at the following reduced rates 15 3 I Kaye Nw lMmt Arithmetic McUufleyH Smufl lrlmer llevUed Irimcr Keleotlo Speller Firm Header Second Header Third Keuder Fourth Header Fifth Header 17 17 K 84 2 Second Arlthmctlo Third Arithmetic u II Ik 1 11 Key to same 11 Â¬ uv iHDiiin Arithmetic 1 M 7fi Iv 1 30 8Ti 3d Kclectlo Geoirranhv Sixth The above nrhoobbook nubllcatlflUH of t in American Hook Company are wellknown tandnnU and we hIiiiII at nil times havo a Hill supply on liaud for sale to sciiool owiccr imtl ni flui itrtiMa iiuiiiKil Olluip nliniiilioiiki iiilbl tilled lv tho Aliierl can tnuilwim Hook Company 137 Wulnut Street CinoliiliHtl supplied at eorrfstiondlnRly low prices J T DAY A CO HkmI Green Ky r- - 30 75 McGuRevs 1st Kelectle fleosranhv Koiectio uengrapuy 10 XV H ORYAN WITH IDINOFELDEIt Â¬ PEARSONCLARK J M ROBINSON iMportcra and Jobbers of CO 4 wmwm 12 WHOLESALE DRY No 600DS 037 AND NOTIONS 539 and 64- 1-- H WEST MAIN ST LBXINGTON KY Went Main 8trwt LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ WANTED lkt Sutionery in town at tlii AY HOUSE Mrh IXU DAY Iraprletrm aud This house haa beeu recently The Hiuol Green Fair Association desires rlurulshed aud the table l at all time Hw to employ a FIHST CLASS THOITING illtd with the het Ih the market Katen Uamph rflaw atUekstf aad spe 1I011HK THAINKH mhiI herewith Invito reMOHahle elal ratrn tf wtwerelal mh IatrHMEe U corresponditHio on the suhlect AddreM iMfly I 8 UODSKY 1rfialilaNl respectfully roIIhIUh t llAXKIi Grkkn Ky rittd olfice SulHcrtte now Only 1 a ytr c Hazel Green Herald mnmmM ooombe rmaw I SAZIL QKBB bOWN ON THE FARM Wlion a boy I usou to dwoll Iu n homo I loved so well Far nwny among tho olovor nnd tlio boos Whoro tho momlng Rlory vino Hound tho cabin porch did twlno And tho robin redbreast Bang nmong tho troos Thcro woro brothora young nnd gay A fathor old and gray And n mother donr to koop us from all harm Thcro I passed llfoa goldon hours Running wild among tho Honors In ay boyhoodA happy homo down on tho have got brains said Aaron bitterly Theyvo loworcd my wages Ollvo and thoyvo taken awny mj hopo of making a homo for Juno Youd havo thought perhaps that Michael whoB KY no much with Mr Edwnrd would havo said a word in my favor But if ho did gay nnything it was against mo Oh Aaron Ollvo grow very palo sho answered faintly I am afraid you Michael cannoi nnvo nro unjust Uut dont loso spoken against you bIio added trying to brighten heart yourself Jano will wait years for you dear Aaron I am suro of that How I wish I could do something to comfort you You may need comfort for your ho said in a quiet Bolf yet my girl voice Tho words haunted her after ho was gono Sho sat alono by tho window him And dont loso confidence in farm Chorus Many weary hours havo passed Slnco I saw tho old pluco last But memory ntlll Htoalsocr molllio a charm Even old familiar placo Every kind uud loving face In my boyhoodH happy homo down on tho farm And to day as I draw noar Tho old homo I lovod so dour A strangor comes to moot mo at tho door Hound tho placo thcroB many a obango And tho faces nil scorn straago Not n loved ono now to groot mo as of yoro My mother doar Is laid Ncuth tho elm troofl pleasant shado And tho golden summer sun chinos bright and warm In tho old familiar placo Icnnticonntrangcrs face In my fnthors old arm chair down on tho farm and watched tho golden lights fading from tho housetops and it seemed a3 if tho falling dusk had cast a gloom over her own spirit All tho pain aua bor- Â¬ rows of others lives were pressing All her vaguo upon her own life doubts wcro taking definite shape and Sho was almost monncing her future sorry that she had sent for Aaron nnd yot sho know that sho had acted for tho best CHAPTER VIIL LIKE SWnET HULLS AND Wore his words came Her question had broken in upon the great plans that ho was making for tho future and in truth success was bo aonr that ho had a right to think of using it It was no vaguo vision that ho hud been con- Â¬ juring up tho goal wob all but gained and already ho was building in fancy tho pulaco iu which ho should take his rest Host Tho word had no real meaning for him tho longings in his heart could never bo stilled never bo satisfied by tho attainment of his first Poor Olivos llttlo speech desire stirred up an nngry scorn within him Ho had been striving with nil his might for grand things and any of tho commonest pleasures in life wcro good enough for her I am not quito such a fool ho said as to mistako a lazy hour in tho sun shino for perfect happiness If this was tho best moment that life could give mo I should not caro to go on living You do Olivo you have no aspirations not wuut to rise you do not sympa- - otter tho trees and all tho whilo ho bad been sitting by hor sido feeling weary and 111 And then sho had wor- Â¬ ried him with hor talk and raado the headache worse Oh Michael sho said risibg and looking at him with a glance that fow mon could havo mot unmoved I am afraid I havo been solfisli It was for my sako that wo camo hero doar and you havo paid dearly for tho pleasure you havo given me What can I do for you Nothing ho answered as coldly as I shall go to my room and beforo rest Mine Is a hard working brain nnd anything in tho shapo of ndisputo always disturbs me Dear Michael if any words of raino havfi disturbed you I nm moro than sorry As to disputes wo will never havo any moro Wo are always ono in heart are wo not As she spoke sho clung to his nrm for a second trembling and with her heart beating Ho disengaged himself at once HELPS Leaks about chimneys mav stopped by ti cement of coal tar andl aim iieany nppiicu A great relief to sufferers from quinsy is to garglo tho throat with as hot water as can bo borne A new soft paint brush is a good thing to dust carved furniture with n tho bristles will penetrate tho deepest HOME HINTS AND JUL mm 1 JANdlEO 1IAU3H1 OUT OF TUNE Chorus Many weary years havo passed Slnco I saw tho old placo last But memory Btlll steals oer mo llko a charm Every old fnmlllur placo Every kind nnd loving faco In my boyhoods happy hours down on tho farm Buffalo Nows JMS5ffiY iii ti JTJ vK IftRfflDoUDfllSY v Uy ftwfaur ciiaptib vii continukd ho never received tiny messnge I should said still gazing at her have coma sooncrrif I had I thought you wkhed to forget old times t QUUi looked up suddenly Why did you think that she asked in a trcmu v I louVtone Well I can hardly say Ho looked But perhaps it down awkwardly won t do any harm to tell you that it wad Michaels fault ho added a deep flush mounting to his forehead lie treats old friends as if thoy were dust lie gives himself airs and walks past mo as if I wcro a gate post Take heed Olive a man who forgets his friend may bo faithless to his sweet Â¬ You must not say such tilings said Michael Olive Hushing in her turn is preoccupied thats all I am very sorry that ho slighted you Aaron but it must bo unintentional Ho is absorbed in his own concerns Ho is clover you know arid his brain is always at worlr Yes yes his brain is always at heart -- work I know that well enough And Its mil for self that ho workB iuurk that Ollvo He mewns to get ou und lie will get on and ho doesnt caro who falls ns long as ho can rise Ollvo sighed then looked up again I dont know how to talk to you sho You had a better opinion of him said in days gono by T Pdidnt knowvnll that was in him in days gone by answorcd Aaron lifting HK LOOKKD AT MEIt BKAKCUINOiY his gloomy oyca to hors gernaut Olive thats what ho Ss Dont kst him crush you undor his wheels As for mo it doesnt matter muqh nos a jug Â¬ best I am not afraid for myself Ho is always good to mo bIio said with a llttlq i flash of womanly Indignation My only concern is for you Aaron You nro vntof hoalth and out of snlritn T hopo you havont forgotten Jano Forgotten horl Tho red flush mounted to his forehead again Is tiiat likely Im not ono of tho for- Â¬ getful sort Only I darent think of her too much because thcro nro thoughts that drive a man wild When Im lonesome in my room nt night her dear face coiner beforq mo and makes my aehe with a bitter guawingpaln Ok Aaront what do you mean Jano would rld Olive in distress aot pain anyone you loat of all Why you two be happy togother Uapplnw U tor othr peopia who Im only a poor fpllow at my Two young faces wcro sheltered under tho light shadow of sonic larches in Kew Gardens It was a Sunday afternoon Sunday groups were scat- Â¬ tered all over the grounds and tho man followed their movements with a look of disgust but tho girl sitting quietly on the grass took in all tho beauty of tho placo with pure and simple delight Tho sun of paradise seemed to be shin- Â¬ ing on tfieso golden paths it was ono of thoso moments when a poor daughter of earth has caught a glimpse of that old garden where CJods first They pair of lovers rejoiced together had talked a little but silence seemed to suit them best It was a rare thing for Michael Chase to bo silent but thoro were matters in his mind that ho did not earo to discuss with his companion lie had been kind languidly kind perhaps but Olivo was well contented Ho had spent somo hours in her company without finding a single fault with anything that sho wore or said or did She could enjoy the bliss of sitting by his side in peace This sho thought was tho sort of happiness that she had al Â¬ ways waited and longed for Flowers the soft shado of trees summer sun Â¬ light nnd the presence of tho man who was the hole king of her heart What But she moro could a woman desire did not give voice to her joy If you talk about happiness it is too apt to de Â¬ sert you It is an unrcstful spirit who always hovers ovor us with wings out-Â¬ spread ready for an instant flight Some one passing by the couple under the larches said to himself that the man was not half worthy of tho girl Her face with its rich sunlit loveliness had haunted Seaward Aylstono for many a day and now ho camo upon it una- Â¬ wares glowing out of the soft gloom of tho trees He had come down to Kew to study certain effects of light and shade and then almost forgot tho pur poso that had brought him thoro Yes it was tho same f aco that ho had seen bonding over tho flowers in tho Regent street shop and it had seemed to him that ono of his vaguo dreams of beauty had suddenly taken shapo and become a reality But this was the first time ho had over seen hor out of tho shop and its surroundings and all her charms seemed doubled and trebled to day Her lips scarlet as japonica blossoms wcro parted in au uncon- Â¬ scious smile Hitherto ho had only be Â¬ held hor grave now sho was quietly yet girlishly gay Until this moment ho had not realized how young sho was nor how now tho world appeared to That fresh dolight that un- Â¬ hor troubled boliof which only comes onco in a lifetime theso glorious follies of youth woro hers still Tho youug man by her side short slightly mndo and blue eyed inspired Seaward with sudden and unutterable detestation Tho young mans oyes had a cunning and complacent twinkle in thorn and they wcro set too near togother Yot ho was what women call nlco looking and had a fresh com- Â¬ plexion and fair curly hair and his clothes woro really very well mndo and carefully too carefully put on It was clear that ho did not bolong to Arry nnd his friends and his faeo gave ovl donco of sober and decorous living But instoud of respecting him for his vir- Â¬ tues Seaward Aylstono only disliked him tho moro for them It was wrong It was unreasonable but It was human There Is a certain form of moral erccol- lqnco which never falls to bq exasper Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ft imwmliri ldI ix kkw oaiidins thize with me in my effort to succeed It is disappointing very disappointing to find that you arc just as commonplace and unambitious as you used to bo at Eastmeon For an instant she did not reply There were the same velvet glades the same rich foliage the same blaze of flame colored blossoms beforo her eyes but the glory of the gardens was gone The gates of her Eden had closed without a single note of warning the bright spirit who had been singing his sweet song in her cars hnd soared far out of reach Her golden hour was over I am sorry that I have disappointed you sho said at last Her voice was as musical as ever but there was a touch of proud patience in her manner that irritated him more than pettishness would havo done Clever as he was high as he had risen he had failed of late to make her acknowledge his su- Â¬ periority And ho knew that ho had not spoken truly in saying that she was the same girl uf the old Eastmeon days She was in some respects a different Olive far more cultivated far moro beautiful and with a slow growing con- Â¬ sciousness of her own worth ho went You dont appreciate me on venting on her the pent up anger of Any idle fellow who had not weeks two ideas in his head would havo suited you as well nfc I do You ask for noth Â¬ ing better than common enjoyment cheap holiday pleasures such as any workingman can give his sweetheart And I havo been toiling and racking my brains to win money and a high social position for us both Michael she said gently yet brave- Â¬ ly you are saying things that are not true No ono could ever have suited mo as well as tho man I havo always loved And I am not unambitious I too havo dreamed of a higher life and have striven after my ideal in my own way In your own way yes but not in my way ho answered quickly with an angry glitter in his blue eyes Perhaps not quito in your way Michnol I cannot believe I never havo believed that success is tho solo object Nor do I think that suc- Â¬ of cxibtence cess alono ever yet made a man or woman happy George Eliot says that wo can only havo tho highest happi Â¬ ness such as goes along with being a great man by having wide thoughts and much feeling for tho rest of tho world as well as ourselves George Eliot was a mere dreamer with the gift of tolling her dreams in good English ho cried impatiently I supposo that idiot Samuel Wake has been giving her books to you nnd making you moro sentimental and Why cloudy than you were before dont you read Smiles and clear tho mist away from your brain I hnvo read Smiles Michael nho re- Â¬ And I umlweak enough plied quietly to caro moro for tho Robert Stephenson who took thought for llttlo children and birds than for tho groat Inventor Tho very side of him that you think lowest seems to rao highest Remem Â¬ ber I am not depreciating his splendid energy I only mean that it was not tho noblest part of man nor could It with- Â¬ out othor qualities havo mndo him real Â¬ ly great Tho sparklo of wrath had died out of Michaels eyes but his faco oxprcsscd a cold contempt We nro wasting timo here he said frigidly I wllltako you back to your unolealiouso Ollvo and then I wlilgo home to my own room This hot day has given me a headnche Sho was anxious and remorseful In an Instant roady to blame herself for not having seen that he was suffering She had boon wrapped in a happy dream Â¬ ily aud wistfully with eyes that seemed to read him through and through Then sho walked on quietly by his side pale but calm and troubled him with no moro loving words or inconvenient demonstrations Tho Sunday throngs were crowding all about them fathers and mothers with their children girls walking happily sometimes noisily with their sweethearts Their voices and laughter seemed to eomo from an outside world in which Olive had no part She scarce Â¬ ly knew whether they were phantoms or living people only Michael with his cold set face was miserably real Ho would not look at her he did not speak and they reached tho station nnd got into a train in silence Â¬ People are looking at us ho said Do remember that wo are in Kew garÂ¬ dens nnd not in Eastmeon fields I nm in no mood now for scenes and senti- Â¬ mental talk Olive Sho looked at him again once stead- Â¬ CHAPTER IX CnrAT FKrTTXGS HATH SHU OF HKIt OWN Uncle Wake was alono in tho houso when Olivo came In his wife had gono to see their married daughter and had left him surrounded with books at tho open window of tho sitting room upstairs lie had not thought that Olive would return till evening When he opened tho door und saw her standing outside alone he knew that the time he was looking for was nigh at hand It was a time that ho dreaded for there was no torture on earth that Samuel Wake would not havo endured to save a woman from pain But who does not know thoso dark places where we must leave our beloved ones to walk alone It is their feet not ours that must tread the thorny path we can but wait till the trial is ended before wo eomo with our balms of healing And the old man wiso with the knowledge of ono who has studied humanity vrus waiting pa ticntly for the hour when his help would bo needed So you have come back to cheer the old uncle in his solitude he said as sho My wifo has gone to spend entered evening with poor Jessie the Sho tried to speak but her lip3 trembled and tho words would not Â¬ cups of flour two cg one tablespoon ful of soda one of ginger and ono cup of currants Springfield Massl publican Tea stains on china cups arc often an accepted evil with housekeepers They are removable however usually with salt and water and a vigorous rub- Â¬ bing A particularly obstinate cabo may be treated with bone dust ami water the bone dust being obtainable from any druggist Remedy for Typhoid Fever Two or three tablespoonfuls of black coffeo every two hours alternated with one or two teaspoonfuls of Burgundy is said to be a sure cure for typhoid fever The coffee is said to rouse tho patient from the stupor which accompanies the atÂ¬ tack and to stimulate all the functions Ladies Home Journal Apple Snow Put six large apples without paring into cold water Stow slowly and strain through a sieve Iipit whites of six eggs to a froth add mie cup of line sugar When well mixul add the apple Make a boiled ou turd of the yolks of these eggs and twoeqjs and one quart of milk Sweeten und flavor to suit the taste IIouvVd Monthly Coeoanut Cake Three qurrle 1 a cup of butter two cups of uayolks of four eggs and whites of two one cup of sweet milk three and nv half cups of flour two tousptxu f baking powder Bake in jelly Um Gmte one fresh coeoanut or use do V eated coeoanut soaked in milk uid drained cover the layers with li Aul icing made as follows Boil one iim granulated sugar with four tabk pn fuls of water until it drops frmn t v spoon in threads Have read the beaten white of ono egg and pisr o sirup slowly into it beating ill n time Flavor Spread on eake ulii warm Then sprinkle thickly coeoanut Detroit Free Press French Pastry Roll i sli vt of puff paste to a quarter of an ini Mil Cut into diamonds rounds and square shaped pieces Gather the foir- - cornr of the squares into the middle and stamp with a small round cutter stump the diamonds and rounds with tiie very small round cutters placed vWy side Lay all on a sheet of paper on a baking tin lightly dust with powdirid white sugar and bake in a hot ovu about ten minutes When baked ulw off the paper and fill the marked pin es with different colored jams and j lli Thus in some for variety place reengage jam yellow apple jelly nnd ml currant jelly in others apricot j rnsberry jam and some preserved fiit Dish the pastry on lace papers in ilr or glass dishes in the form of a pvre mid Housekeeper 1 1 1 tor sugar sour milk and molasses Molasses Cake One cup each of hut fiv0 j a k I come You are tired COMMON SENSE ClKiip Durable I Ij1i ami AliovoAII GOWN 01 hrt oat Tho pair wcro qulto unconscious of his scrutiny tho young man was too much solf absorbed to notice him and tho girl was too happy to bo observuut Ho wont his way fooling unaccounta- Â¬ bly sourod and loft them still sitting in tholr shady nook under tho trees But if Seaward Aylstono hnd lingered a llttlo longer In their neighborhood ho would havo seen a change in tho lovely faco that had been so bright with Inno- Â¬ cent Joy Ollvescup was so full that It brimmed over at last Instead of pre Â¬ serving that spell of blissful silence tin broken sho was unwise enough to speak Michael is not this a perfect day Is It possible for us over to be happier than we are at this moment Tba curl of bU lip auswered hor ovon -- ating Go and lie down on tho old flowing sofa in tho parlor upstairs it is a good resting place as I havo reason to know No need to talk to the old uncle Ho understands silence and it comforts him to look at you even if he docs not hear your voice Already soothed although sho could not hide her tears Olivo went straight to her own little room and laid aside the pretty bonnet that sho had trimmed with such natural pleasure What had she to do with tho outward adorning A sore heart has little any more thought for the body that contains it Poor Olive tossed the bonnet on tho bed and glauced with disgust at the bunch of scarlet poppies and wheat ears that she hnd arranged with skill- Â¬ ful fingers Michael had not given them ono look and they had been worn for his eyes alone It was no small consolation to feel that sho need not wear a mask beforo Unclo Wake Ho had seen that sho was crying und sho knew that ho would not question her Sho wont softly down to tho largo parlor and made her way to tho old chlntz covcrcd sofa that was pushed into a sliad cor- Â¬ ner out of tho light and then worn out with her sorrow sho closed her eyes and lay still Largo men like Samuol Wake ulten tread lightly und his nicco did not hoar his approach till ho camo to her sds speaking in tho deep kindly voice Aiat nlwnys conveyed ideas of help and with a tenderness that set her tears my child ho added points of excellence as the one under notice It is of blue serge which com bines the excellence of chenpnc s with that of durability The plain bell Ulrt is lined with bluo mohair and stitched around the bottom many times nnd at the right side opens beneath a tit Vd lid buttoned over with three mother of pearls buttons The bodice seamless in the back is stitched down in plaits lit the waist and sewed to tho skirt hem Uh a heavy cord The front of the waist is blue surah wrinkled erossway on the lining with a belt of gold braid and has a collar of gold braid over this M Eton coat of serge with a rollim col lar and three pearl buttons oneaihtii The gown is loose and is designed Into worn without corsets and the dress uctuully has a pocket hidden beneath the lid which covers tho skirt opening The weight of the gown is reduced t minimum and tho fact that the skirl has to be lifted when walking is the only point where it differs from th ideal of the dress reformer Tho secret of success lies in the fact that tho dress was made at a roliaM place where perfect fitting and com fort are not incompatible N Y S0 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ think out a business dress with Prcitty Oonieirta IVrfeet litfliiff Any man can write an epic poeii Dumas says but not every woman can so miny llit tl 11 c ki b o h r u Tl if y h ie mi I ru ru mi lot n net es- - ill strength Come Olive ho said I am as good a toa raakcr as you can find anywhere Drink this and cat somo of my toast Young people nlwnys forget food whes thoy go out and tako their pleasure To ploaso him tho weary brown head lifted itsolf from its rcsting placo Ollvo nto nnd drank and was surprised to find hersolf really bettor for tho tea Ho wont back to his books atd she sank again on tho sofa cushions but presently her voico called him Ac her fashionable modistes They are popular for thoy can bo worn skirts of various kinds and nlwayi give tho wearer tho appearance nf t ing handsomely gowned They completed by a jabot of Venetian poW j Stylish princesso coats for dinner wear and othor demi dress uses are made ty very over Olniiur CoutH 6 o li pn ra tin In hti il rmnlimieiimntjli llnnn arranged to fall In eiuy neoic to the belt in Louis quaton fashion the jabot narrowing with ever turn of the lace In and out until it ter minutes in a point Theso princes coats also appear among expensive ception gowns and are made various of velvet ilowered satin and also sido onco moro Uncle do you mind sitting nearer to stately brocho fabrics showing IjrilH rac I am so vory very lonely but exceedingly artistic color sehCBt The poor voice quavered sadly Sam In point of richness these vory much flj uel Wake rose from his scat and drew a soluble tho theater jaokots worn oh air closo to tho couch winter but tho collars and sleeves qow moro picturesque N Y Post tO BIS COXTCTUKDI Â¬ tai m nflior lflCtS WW grace from AGRICULTURAL HINTS DeafncM Cannot tto Cured by local applications nB they cannot reach tho dlscoflcd portion of tho ear Thoro la FARMERS WORKSHOP ono way to euro Doaf neaa and that To keep a good garden it is not only onlycuiRtltutionnl remedies Denfnoss Is by is iMncfl forKvcrytlilnjC iml Kvcrythlnjr In necessary to have A a good supply of caused bv au lullnmod condition of tho mu Â¬ its Ilnro vegetables early in tho season but also cous lining of tho Eustachian Tube When There nrc in nny farmers who If they all through the growing season with n thin tubo gets inflnincd yon tiavo urumbllng Bound or Imperfect hearing and whou It is ndvnntnguti to bo do once lcnnied the is a supply to store away to use during tho entirely closed Jonfnoi3 in tho result and rived from a shop in which there iiiiIcrr the intlauimatlon bo taken out everything1 in winter Tavsnlps and salsify can be left and thin tubo restored tocan normnl condi- Â¬ its olncc for everything and out all winter without Injury digging tion hearing will bo destroyed forovor do without it for up Its place would not a supply catarrh its first cost especially that will permit as needed or as the weather nno casus out of ton nro caused bycondition mnny times which is nothing but an iuilamcd I part which I call a variety ease tho In order to secure a good growth of ofWo mucouR surfaces will Dollars for Jccninc tired of the old way of having large smooth roots It Is necessary that any casoor givo Ono Hundred by catarrh Deafness caused rivets wire nails screws bolts the soil be stirred deep and thoroughly thnt cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh buckles etc in boxes standing here Plant in drills fifteen or eighteen Cure BondJfor circulars froa Toledo O Co Chiiknuv F and there oftentimes all sixes in the inches apart covering the seed about GETSold by Druggists 75c because there was no an box 6imo Inch deep Uso plenty of seed and The bother and other1 place for them A cooic book were great as 1 had to then thin out after the plants get well without saying talks of raised doughnuts whero they wero raised loss of time started It Is quite an item to get u N O How to Prepare the Holt to Secure SatU rctory Itrnultft LATE GARDEN CROPS The Only One Kver Printed Can Yea Flael the Word There is a S inch display advertisement in this pupor this woolr which has no two words uIIko except ono word Tho name is truo or each now ono appearing each week from Tho Dr Hartor Medtelno Co This houso places a Crescent on ovorytulne thoy malco and publish Look for it send them the nuino of tho word and thoy will return you book beautiful lithographs or samples free tht fund 1e with Is tho spring tho young mans fancy lightly turns to thoughts of loaf Elniira Gazette Durable and tha consumer wys or Bias paexftco wun OTrry purcMue KunmeYf snd Pslnta whtak stale Ittdtrft ttin Irmitnd btirnev The HlMnaSun Store roMih U BrlUWwLOeer rssurt lor tie Ua jst 1 oA o fr T II J ff 5iC if 1 w I I 1 H ll o lff or t t jf THK VAIUKTV CASK open sometimes nearly a dozen boxes to Thus necessifind the thing I wanted ty became the mother of invention and in which there the result was a ease is a place for everything as shown in the cut The drawers are made of small light boxes which can be had at the grocery stores sawed to the right size and then nailing a side bottom or end Ho them The lower ones are shallas required ow for nails etc two or three inches deep those intended for more bulky Â¬ Â¬ TI7T7 717 u - T - Ha grown in the garden or truck patch none need earlier cultivation or more of it than cabbage It Is necessary to cultivate not only early in the season but early in themorning while the dew is on After the plants get well started less cultivation is needed yet the soil must be kept in good tilth if large sol Â¬ id heads are made In very many cases a good plan of management is after the earlier crops are taken out of the hotbed to sow celery seed With a little trouble in this way a good supply of plants may readily be grown It is also a good plan after they have made a good start in the hot bed to transplant in the open ground and then later in the season set them out where they are to grow Stockier and better plants will be secured in tills way than if transplanted but once Celery thrives best in a moist rather cool soil It needs good preparation when planted out and thorough cultivation at least until hot dry weather sets in and in localities subject to drought the plantÂ¬ ing should be done so that a good growth can be secured early or at least while the weather is favorable All of these if properly stored will keep all winter and can be used at nny time that they are needed thus lessen Â¬ ing the cost and adding considerably to the variety of the winters living St Â¬ good even stand while at the same time tho plants must have plenty of room to grow so It is usually best to thin leaving the plants two or three inches apart In the row Carrots muy be sown in the same way As neither of these germinate quickly it is a good plan es Â¬ pecially if the soil is weedy to mix a few radish seeds with tliem in sowing so that If necessary some cultivation may be given to keep down the weeds Sutlieient cultivation must be given to keep the soil mellow and clean With cabbage the soil can hardly bo too rich Coarse fresh manure if clear of weeds can be used if necessary The plants are grown in a seed bed and transplanted after a good start to grow has been made One of the essentials necessary to a vigorous growth is thorough cultivation Of all crops usually Â¬ Picayune VIMt Vclnsco Via Tho Missouri Kansas Toxns Railway Houston tho I G N nnd Volasco Tor minol Railways Dally passenger trains louvo Houston 1U15 a in arriving at Veins co 205 p in For information concerning Vclnsco or for routes rittos mans or titno tables of iho M K it T Hy call on or ad Â¬ dress W O Urahatn G T A Parsons Kas K 1 Parker Asst Oei Pusa Agent Iso WW Chestnut at KU Louis Alo Tins strictest railroad aboutissulngpasscs may occasionally puas a dividend Lowell Gazette Ono of tho Kichmt Minos Ever discovered is tho mlno of health that is found in a bottlo of Hostel tors Slomnch Richly does it pan out in tho paying ores of vitality nnd regularity of organ lo action Tho debilitated should WoVlt this initio for nil it 1h worth So also should tho consti pated tho bilious tho dyspeptic tho rheu matic ami poiMiiiH troubled with Inactivity of tho kldiio a or bladder and hi grippe m llfh coTviJiciTr iwi I fife CURES HEADACHE nonous drug contains no pel It is perfectly harmless andas n moiltclnn to Is not ottered build upwt ulc constitutions or ns a tonic It Is ONLY to Curo Headache A trial will con vlnco you Any rcltnblo driifralut who tuny not havo Drndyorotinoon hand will procuro It or it will bo sunt poxtpuld upon receipt of prlcc SH 50 ceutN DocsnH look as sho ought tho weak nervous and ailing wo- Â¬ As long as alio suffers from man aches pains and derangements the peculiar to her sex sho cant ex Â¬ BRADYOROTINF tOTiUMi TU1S 1ATtR nnd 91 Accept no eubstltHto MFQ DO MACON CA tnrj Um Jvnwrvt Bitters Its output in unprecedented Â¬ Â¬ But theros only herself to blamo With Dr Picrco8 Favorito Pro- scrintion shes a different woman And its a chango that can bo seen pect to wmsm - Withn should bread bo served out to tho soldiers I At roll call TusTnn nr Time For Bronchial affec- Â¬ tions Coughs eta Riiowns Uiionciiiai Tuocurs have ptvvrtt their cflicacy by a test ol many years Price 25 cts ii Tho system is in- Â¬ as well as felt vigorated tho blood enriched di- Â¬ gestion improved melancholy and nervousness dispelled Mil cjna Latest Styles L Art Do LaMode AND HM roiiu rASitioxs tnrOrdtr It of jour Vtm telf M Dil IS ftnU for UUil numUr t V J MOItSK 1ultlUher OKnttlUlkSUMow Vorkt w rilllS ALL TUB IATI8T 7 OOIOltKI 1MATKM With the Favorito Prescription WiirN a mnn pots religion right his horso soon Jhuls ltout ltamH Horn I R RiianUam oditor Christian Index Atlanta Ga writes I havo lined Brady crotiuo with unfulling prompt dueuled ro- Â¬ Alldrugglsta 50c ller Tiniprnper thing for a jury i to bo firm but nut fixed Washington blah The Grip of Pncuiuoulninny bo warded off with Halos Honey of liorchouud and Tar Pikes Toolluicho Drops Curo in ono uiiuuto you missed Tho good dinner that Siitlnga HI Bkechams Pius act liko inngio on tho Texas Food for reflection all tho proper functions aro restored to healthy action Periodical pains weak back bearing down sensations female nervous prostration all complaints aro cured by it Its tho only medicine for womans and ailments thats weaknesses to do what is claimed fftiarantcl for it If it doesnt givo satisfaction in every case for which its recommended the money is returned Can somothing elso offered by tho dealer though it may pay him hotter be just as good r Â¬ Â¬ rHAMBTiugrAriatHfTifaM 7nu i ttierf Buylrjff i xaw Qf your the tioldlng POUR tlslit o htroInihown lfranyrhrr thel or lti wlirrotlierolm cam andmlfitu watertight I aro troodi In the tnarkat Uiat took Try Blca Ttitre Wa warrant but will loak at Yrr acata Towers IMPROVED rlsb Brarnl auttiorUa our draltri to mako good an Sllcktr be titrtit team Slicker totU waternot Iq at aytrjr itict and aluo peit or xtryehtr Water Proof water loma AOT VUA 1 and vital organs restore lost complexion and bring bacx tho keen odgo of appelilc Plenty of piiBli Tho handcart No A CAtJTiONAitv Blgnnl tru8trt virtue We of toner suspect a man of vico than ot Not to bo sneezed chief atTho laco handker- brlBtitonfraetlcnmnpr C woiunii wnntPil to Uk tlio Hi I jr nolo iiBCnny for an nrttclo fjs Jf if tlmt in needed lu CYerjr home nnd IndUprnim ol In OTcrr ollleo HULLS country AT HHJUTIn H700 In tuwii or daya and t itnady Income A HonBina afterward for tho r luh tieron Good nnd Jobn lire neuronill once nwin titlirn Write W JONES lluimuor SprlneHeld Ohio J gTi S f 00 A A e VU STUDY LAW Take a Coursk m Tim 8PRAGUE CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL OF LAW Incorporated Send ten ccntt ttimpi for Dtitlculin to inaimiia inciuirrpuuii Wntcli Out fur tho Sttfl Wooltn Collar and th UranU Tradt Mark a ft TOWnKvfrf Boston weT iii n J WEEK tiKrfpct Bf If -- clpanlnif and AT HOME HHeHKVJflB Â¬ Louis Republic Sweet meets Lovers reunions Transcript sun Comes high but wo must havo Boston BORE irlthour fiiiiwiiiM Well alnrlilucry Tlio onlr Â¬ U THE DRILL OHIO WELL DETROIT MICH No 034 WlllTNKY ULOCK erNAua Tina iMrtn r ciu J Cotnch Jn SccY BJBBBftBBB rn THE GRAPE TRELLIS A BENCH FOIt Lifes Calendar it Tho 5V HOfln fr -- For knobs take cornnon sewing thread spools and saw them in two The half of one spool with a wood screw through the hole of it and into the drawer makes the knob For convenience drawers for screws rivots small nails tucks eta are nartitionnd into two three or four parts and can also be taken out pnu carried to where wanted A sam- Iplc of tho nrti1f nr nrf WOps sAvi nul kind in each drawer is fastened on the lutsule of it by a doubted pointed car articles wit it is a o be able to moment S Ct tack anil wliiui Riivthitu roin a piarter inch tack to KAII WOKKSHOI as bolts etc deeper Its Stri iiRtli constant change of temperature The causes the trellis wires to expand and contract and the heavy winds during the growing season when the vines are heavily laden with foliage and fruit all conspire to loosen the end posts of the trellis line hence the posts need to be set deep and firm anil otherwise braced to stand the strain upon them and to tills end the plan shown in the illustration is practiced by many vineyardists Simple Yot iTVctlv Way of Aldns to 1 The flour mission Tonus Sittings To make good bread saritiruiiiunc iui in una NYMAN qLlwJiaUPJBeCatalocue LOOMIS Tli TIN OHIO mtl nolmd odocu Btrlctly conllilontlnl I A til PM fnr kImiiIhh 11I tmillmnnln f OWrJBNTDKUMoviokoraalontroiJdffOUlcaitoIlU IV - j rfa tun porinoDiii U7npniinFn ucnu nmuuhu xu iu imriuiwa uuruai ircmodios xtinFinrTinRnoiuconToninnco His thoughts hung upon his words as beautiful pictures on nooks of gold Always ready to taho a hand in conversationDeaf andduinb people Tin mnn with n splitting headnche ought to get a job at malting rails Uing liaiutou Republican J NAUKTUIS lAIIllrjtlmurhfc Â¬ It is quito natural that an cconomfeal young lady should prefer aa llttlo waist as possible have Tin physician is tho man who tolls you von noed chaugo and then lakes all you is wiinted a half inch Elmlra Gazette pleasure and satisfaction nut vour hmd on it in a 1 Arnold in Ohio Farmer AGRICULTURAL HINTS 1 Hi A STItONO An assault on a innii may bo unprovoked but tho man himself seldom is Lowell Courier A In he tyit nltintintr ii iwiv nfiiwliirrv bed pistillate vnviotlf nn nrirliiins more oxerc himself to hold ton Courier TUKIMS chaplain In n penitentiary never has to hiB or cleaned Pearline The purest soap is no safer the poorest soap is no cheaper It is more effective than the strongest it is more convenient than the best Pearline saves labor and wear in washing clothes or cleaning- house A few cents will let you try it common sense will make you use it mm J er fc nMl t It Hurts be washed nothing that can - uudieuco Bos- Â¬ than the double sex berry is attached to three rows of At each end a wire rf KtriTiiiniltcS the first post e near the ground 6 and as file crescent still holds its place as one to the top of the second post l me ucst but it requires some varie sketch Where the trellis shown In the y well as the Wilson in order to have line is a long and heavy one a wire is e blossoms fmtilfviwl Tin nnt nlllllt attached near the bottom of the second iW varieties until thev have been tried post and near the top of the third post na tested Of course by either plan the first post h It is well said that ten acres of small not braced but If firmly set it will ruits will often make a man more readily stand all the strain of the first ruly prohnoroiiR thnn 1in times as space American Agriculturist Productive the rule is to use 1lStilhltlS linil nnn mwxr Tins Is a world of envious detraction How many more pconlo look at tho sun now thai it bus a spot on it Chicago Tunes Sing Sing ought to be billod as a patriotic drama It displays both stars uud stripes Chicago you an imitation WmfkXKTPl iT mJrs VV GLjL be honest s send it back Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you this ls as ood ns or sames Pearline ITS FALSE Pearline Is never peddled if your jjroccr sends tc 2 JAMES 1VLE New York That play which presents a sceno fn J I CASE THRESHING MACHINE CO Times ttLOjnFE3y V7XMANUJbAUTUltiilta OF Ironsides Agitator nMmmmMWVT3iX Woodbur Dantino maHlers are generally posted ns to tlio latest inovoiiiouta ou foot Philadel phia Record Â¬ dinqee Powers Tread Powers anil Saw Frame r Midi lailll III ivlwxif n 10t rwu n lli mm lt I W iTi tKe j Ji T rjs o Ilen mnlni ur tetables etc is almnst nlwavs the Ost Salisfnitni v I Jou transplant nny trees this unto me precaution to prune uir JmnulGK Rll III mitnni t Iw mi1 ill lfoyed by the voot mutilations that are t mi inseparable from removals and new rootlets can get u good Mnny trees are lost by neglect- IIO IU 4 nvchted blithe will be getting a larger inCfim Uli imiili tml ilnln U s Revere toil The binall farm well ed whotimr it be in fruits dairy wortli as much in actual capital IC 4i Willi IlJWllllllV i i ti ifT a with fractious animals There are nu DK merous kinds of bits that are easy when u to accomplish a burse Is stoady but so made as to holdÂ¬ when he tries to run Ameri HK Idcil of lllMliririnff oillVk to in- - the horse can Agriculturist HUsu tlinlr lMr t uii r IWIU11IUH wtf JWve that there will bo little regret flesh nt great Â¬ MAN cnu XlrQS8ed at tn fnllnrw of nil VIHMl er profit thunraise horse for pound It beef pound t carried out In Franco by M more on the average but brings loin who uihnlnlstered philocar costs This applies to good ie as likely to Increase the secretions much more more poor horses a man iwimu after several trials that tlio horses The become raises the worse off he will breeders cattle deplete the v of mlk though the constltuentH Poor scrub same quality affe te notably in tho increase of purse but hordes of tho rapidly r Will do so stiU more tho proper cutting back thus lcav- too tnuiti uriVr f tli iMinnleil Â¬ HhrntXR Tor Trululiif Calti colt should never know how much strength he has until he knows how to If ho once runs away ho Is use it never a safe horse afterward and while he may to all appearances forget It there will come a time when lie will run again and tho chances are that he The harness for will do much damage and driving colts should be breaking extra strong and heavy Tho reins and bit especially must be fitout enough for all possible emergencies A straight bar btt Is good enough for a steady horse out it cannot bo depended on A ngACfiBSOf jufwn rf Miir MARIClf TRADE Swinging Slraw Stackers Self feeders and Threshers - Band Cutters Portable Saw MILLS rffMTfiHVZX1 REMeWAIN rlxsetdt mats sjmc Cures PnounxT and Pjesmansntlt TRACTION PORTABLE AND SKID ENGINES SENT JTRIDID TO ANY AIrrilCSH ntrj ttMfwtwU T1UMK THIS FAMB Lumbago IIcttdsolieTootliacbe XCT Sore Throat Swellings Froetbltc Sprains DruUat 33 U Et A I G 1 Am Scalds BaltimoraMd THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED nunu THE CHARLES A VOQELER CO nlHn V atlmulnte the torpid liver strengthen the dlgentlve organ regulate the and are Hnequalecf Tiny Liver Pills TUTTS - a an aatl f bowel blllouatuedlclueIniualarlaldktrlcU tli eir virtues are widely recognized as they posMM peculiar properties Is freeing the eytem from that polsen Prleetase 0ee391arkriaceNY 4 will bo paid to the ywet of any eoate ecarray wbo Um Joxm will say orer Ma own bus GOODCOOKINQ DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN for to REWARD IPIson RemedyUse Catarrh is the H and Cheupeat u tf wttbt TON WAGON SCALE 6 U not cal SAPOLIO 60 by dnigglita or ISold E T lfttiltlua 500 USE TUTTS HAIR DYE tepeeA a perfeet laUtattea et naturesper Ible to deteet It Prlee 81 hex eqtal to My made asd ttaaaafd nUkU a4dreOHly rorpartksl JoHes o ElngliUQioi BlijhmtH EY A W snt by aall Wurrea Jfa ANK E 1802 iw- BCHtiniit araMfrfcrlMlnMLfre rtilIWII WsiUrW4latl4 HffMrl ew RtCAMICI MM WatoftM Tiuf r r mi tnq m fft uu C Wllimll wvcM WKrrwft rm abvjmtjsjmm ruuMt UUtkM yen mw A4fntwnrt U Ui BmyCBiEJMM A editors were ho luvnruuiv unpricTwa tor thrw yrars hco G V Conic ed with the work being dono by tho A doubt Hub an Jmlwtriott mm prosperous fur nd M college that it Will iner livlijf t Uoshorn ijoone county iirid warm advocacy of lis coiitinuaiico luitl occiwItH to clean out a spring on in many places where previously it had Ilia premfeM ahd In doing bo uncovered not been supported on account of lack what lie thought to bb a very hard rock of information in regard to it If tho U which wlwn exposed appeared to bo an S poverment can allbrd to contribute exceedingly heavy mineral substance ap 118000 per annum to the maintenance parently valuable His brothers laughed of one branch of tho work the State at him when asked to assist in petting it which receives nearly all the benefit to the house Cornelius got it there in should certainly find it profitable to con 60111 c way and it has laid around the tinuo the institution yard until Saturday last when II L Preston Mineralogist of Wards Natural Some of tho Grand Army boys may bo Science Establishment Rochester N Y interested in the following from Alex B appeared on tho scene and bought it for Pope A 1 C Commander Dopt Teiin tlio sum of 4U0 It is kidncy slmped and Uu He says Wo havo had an and about Of a size to lay in a peck split epidemic of whooping cough here Stewbasket and weighs 370 pounds Wlicn art Tumi and Chamberlains Cough taken to tho L and N depot for ship Remedy has been the only medicine that incut its great weight attracted a great has doiio any good There is no danger concourse of people Tho Commonwealth from whooping cough when this medi learned from Mr Preston thnt its con- cine is freely given It complotely con Â¬ stituent elements are about as follows trols tho disease CO cent bottles for sale Iron 85 nickel 6 to 9 and tho rest cobalt by Itoso Jones sulphur carbon ana phosphorus Mr Cornelius is anything but sad Ho had Removed From Oillco bought a tract of land a short tinio ago W W Pattorson of Ashland Post and nnd borrowed G00 and as it prom- oftlco Inspector in charge of the Denver ises now to bo a short crop year his face division lias been removed I J is succeswears anything but a despondent appear- sor has not vol been appointed but it is ance Four hundred dollars of debt is thought a Kentucky Republican will be ofi his shoulders Covington Common- Â¬ given the place Patterson was appoint wealth ed Hhcrtly after tho inauguration of Mr He also held tho position Chamberlain Kye anil Hltlu Ointment Harrison during Arthurs administration A certain euro for Chronic Soro Eyes Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old Thero is no city in the United States Chronic Sores FeverSores Eczema Itch exempt from tho dangers of malaria Prairie Scratches Soro Nipples and Piles It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of Ayers Aguo Cure neutralizes all mias caseslmvo been cured bv it after all other matic poisons treatment had failed It is put up in 25 Killing Otr Knoh Othor nnd 60 cent boxes For sale by Rose The colored population around NashSwango octOyl ville Tenn seem bent on Dan Harris shot Julius Alsford Getting In Hits Work and Joo Eastman both fatally it is Representative Kendall last week introduced two bills in Congress one for thought All colored Charley Wheeler colored was shot and dangerously tho relief of W S Pearce of Frenchbur and ono for tho relief of G M Coloman wounded by an unknown colored man of Mt Sterling These men were oflicers These tragedies follow close on the heels in the Mexican war and can not get nn of others increase in their pension except by so Â¬ Thero is one remedy which every famcial act of Congress Speaking of tho ily should keep on hand John Carpen- Â¬ privato claims reported and now on tho of it calendar Representative Kendall said ter of Woodland Indiana ssiysCholera I tried Chamberlains Colic As long as tho Sibley claims have tho right of way and tho Republicans fill and Diarrhooa Remedy for diarrheal and pains in buster against it justnso long will the severe cramps and tho best tho stomach results In and bowels with other privato bills now on tho calendar the worst cases I novcr had to give more lmvo to wait for consideration Tho prospects for clearing the privato calen- than tho third dose to effect a cure In Besides dar this session aro not tho brightest most cases one doso will do pleasant its to other good qualities it is but the members who havo reported the 2b and 50 cent bottles for salo take bills will do tho best they can Perhaps by Rose Jones wo will do better later in the session Aunt Betsy Jennings of Trimble Who linn n Hog Spavin county died on the 15th inst aged 102 G W Dugan of Danville Ky re- Â¬ marks Tho Quinns Ointment you sent years and 8 months mo has removed a largo bog spavin and gavo perfect satisfaction This remedv is worth many times tho price and will a tv UVhe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A JWvrUii WT Tlto iM4fclMMl If It 1 Â¬ iinmii ASHLAND PARK STALLIONS FOR 1892 BERMUDA 5874 2H tf Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ two ycarcltl recYonrlliiKcxliilitloii ord J2U K three yenr old record 22 114 of Lofttta F 218f A V Iantlind 220h four year old record iliii third heiit Truro pacer 222W Ladv M 223 Loon 2014 fourth heat llVL yeur old rceoril tine 22J4 Hrookside Flora 221 and lie siXVcnr old trial 217 Hluek liowe dams of Thoruless 218JfVvelone 223 K llrcd at liand liluli foaled June 15 l Grtinby 22iJ Gniccful 2i25 and Ham Asliluml 1ark letla2204 HIUKDHY HANKKK4I44 Cap Own hrnther to Ivsntiler sire of Lysandcr Second dam Sal dam of Coaster tain Clay Driftwood and grandam of William Kearney Hoy 2Qi Watt 224 Marlowe pacer 210 by Canada Chief 220ji and Ivsiimlcr Chief 1045 sire of dams of Governor 230 and Joe llrNtDam Iattlc Patclicn trial 2JSgrandiiin Hooker sire Maud Matey 21 itf Ac ilks 22l by Mamliriiio of Cheaiiut lntelicii sire of the dam of Guy Wi ke Third dam the dam of riolV that produced Dlanclic 22i by Imp Yorkshire sire of 2tfVfi Astral 2 18 Itosa Wilkes 218K the dam of Ashland Chief sire of Muck Olcora 2 I8W Hour 217 Klvira 218 Cloud 217W nod twenty nine others it thu21 list Second dam Mnudy by Stanhopes Mood Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred sire of Prince 27 ten miles in 2S08 Ilnwk sire of the dam of Aliuont 217M Tho fee of Fayette Wilkes is within the and Alcy Wilkes 82H X Third dam Iattie lv Downtngs Vermont reach of all and lower than that of any sire of the dam of Enigma 221 Mamliriiio horse of equal merit in Kentucky Season 100 oi200TOINSURK llruce 240K siro of Kit Curry 2l8tf Dell Wilson 22i Gills Vermont sire of llonncr Hov 223 nnd sire of the dams of Nelly Abel 22VA Col Ilrudshaw 220 L 22Ki Uumlipttu 221 The King 22UK Out of the dam of Hlaek Cloud his Outlaw 22K Ienrl 2i0 sire out of the dam of Wilson 210 Fourth dam Jesie hv Thomas Jeflersou Hay horse foaled March 31 1884 Hied at He is a beautiful black with right hind Ashland Iark hand hkli and is a ankle white stands I perfect liorse all over having both none and S1UED II Y AIIDALLAII WEST 2oS3 substance combined with the form and lltiish Sire of Wilkin 227 cliaruutemtic of the cross he so well repre- First dam the dam of Hlaek Cloud 217K sents viz llumbletoniau sire and Mamhrino by Pilot Walker pacer Patcheu lam This cross stands as the very Second dam the best becnusu public performances have de NOTK AbdullahI hike Pacing Mnre West 2W3 bv Allio West monstrated its value Of its many reprefirst dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson 2154 sentatives not one is the superior of Hermit by Clark Chief second dam Ohio by in for not one hits demonstrated the same American Clay third dam brnuuht from ability to train on from year to year begin Ohio ami represented to be bv Hrowus ning with the yearling form None are betHell founder Abdullah West died at six ter bred or better looking years old He was the most promising As a siro his success Is assured as nut of eolt I ever bred eight his first crop two entered the list last West Cloud is a rich mahocranv bav 10 year as two year olds namely Dermuda Hov J hands 2 inclics with black mane and tail 2211 half mile track and Rosemary 225itermuda Hoy being one of the largrst win and blue IIulegs extending abovu knees and is hocks ning two year olds of 1801 his first oolts be his height and a nowerfti Iv built horse for has the most finished set of ing foaled in 1881 Judged at this age no feet and legs it is possible to get on a horse stallion ever sired more uniform mitural of any breed As a two yenr old he gave gaitcd colts with speed unprecedented He will stand for mares season of 1802 at 200 evidence of being possessed of remarkable TO INSIMIK the money to be paid as fol- speed as with little handling he trotted a nnu les hls WOTK 100 at the time of service and the lows in V i4UJa At three years old he was not 100 when the mare proves in foal other being limited to thirty outside mares Par trained owing to a very severe attack of ties wishing to breed to him had better book pink eye He also did no work on th track rt nun yiiir inn sa uve vearoui ne was their marcs earl v jogged and trained lightly more for the pur- 11 ne was entireiv I hiu 01 iiscenaining re covered than with a view of testing his speed In a few months he trotted a full Inhibition trial Oct 9 188G 223 M mile in 238 and half in 110 The season Hay horse In hands A inches nigh foaled 1800 he served n few mares of my own Mayl 1878 The handsomest son of his and was not put to work until September great sire and the handsomest of uny trot- nnd his improvement was most remarkable ting bred in the United States He repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and I SIKKO BY GKORGK WILKES 222 am fully convinced he will with a seasons Sire of Harrv Wilkes 213 Guv Wilkes training trot in 2 20 I will let him serve Wilson twenty mares season of 1802 outside of ten Mike Wilkes pacer 2lr 215K So so 217K Wilcox pacer 210 of mv own at 60 INSURANCE Monev Wilton 21K Joe due when marc proves to be in foal ltosa WilkfR Tom Rogers 220 Ac First dam Sally Hamlet winner of two year Hay Stallion foaled May I old Hamlet stakes in 187oj bv Hamlet sire Ahhlaiid Iark lmikur2IDi ilom Wilkes pacer 2WS HAPPY WEST 20i ISiizz 5414 ISsn bruj ll SIRED HY HAPPY MEDHM 400 Sire of Nancy Hanks 201 Mayie Cobb C pacer 220 Norman Medtiini 22lf Â¬ WEST CLOUD 5195 2lK Hrlgadler 221 Harry Medium 22U Kilfth 222J First hove 222 1 4 Ernil Malt ravers 222 K tfee first nam Mamie est dam of Ciiiinnln three yenrohi record 23 Adellne231 est Hank 237 three vears old Ac hv Allie West 740 sire of Jewell U linf ley Filcl 2t 1 4 Frank Champ 211 4 Charley West 2271ft Rachel H 228k also sire dams of Mollie Wilkes 222 M Allie Wilkes 222 4 Ra cn 220 1 4 J Wilkes 228 4 Ac Second dam Madam Hcadlcy dam of Mm Mabel winner two year ild Kentui tv ureeoei s stake 1881 and Uapldan dum of Loekhart 214 by SianbojVs Kduhi Forrest 801 sire of Harry Stanhope 231 Mm of Edwin Forrest 41 sire of IS1IK- IliJ kins 220 1 4 Champagne 230 and the dams of So So 217 1 4 dam of AII80 Mamhrino Dudley 210i Ioiidou 1 1 - 220 Cainille Medium 220 22ii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Third lam Mrs Stanhope hv Mamhrino Chief II sire or Lady Thorn 218Vf Wood ford Mamhrino 2214 and four olherK His sons sired London 220 Mf Pancoatt sire of Pation 214 4 and 71 otli 221 ers ilis daughters produced Piedmont 217 1 4 Director 217 sire of Direct 218 1 4 pacing 200 Margaret S 212 Ac and 21 others in the 30 list Fourth dam by Hunts Commodore sire of dams of Commodore Helmout isire of or- rie Uelle 223 J Doneastcr 228 1 4 Jem- tiiiini 2 28 ii Ac and Mambrunellofsirenr Sadie Howe 220 Tom Hritton 22c Ac Fifth dam by Copperbottom irrandsire of dam of Rosalind 22 and Donald 227 XOTH Ifniuiv Wi Mt i i1i in In Vl IIIIIIIILUIM Â¬ 1 1 - 11 lmv in hnmU - - - Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I I 11 -- FAYETTE WILKES 2036 Â¬ 2iX 2K elegant style with as good action M ttUy son Happv Medium ever sired as at two years old- lie could trot in 240 and would have trotted in 230 at three years old had it not been tor an accident on the cars by which one of his hind legs was injured causing him to have to be thrown out of training In tins Iiorse I have the utmost confidence as a great sire being bv Untinv Medium one ot the most imtedof the unni of llumbletoniau and out of a daughter of the great Allie West the second dnm is the dam of Miss Mabel and Rapidau who Is her nrst coit produced Loekhart with a record of 214X It is my intention to stand Ilnnnv West the season ot 1802 tit 00 INSCRANCll thus atlording an opportunity to farmers himI breeders to secure the services of one of the greatest speed producing representatives in the country at a nominal price as he will br limited to 30 mares Parties wishing to breed to him should apply early No other son of the great Happy Medium out of as good a dam stands at such a low figure but I aim determined to let the public test bis merits as a sire believing in the near future he will be among the best in the count rv a iwv I1I1 imi iifiii in 1 t 1 lining V i Mares bred by the season not proving in foal have ihe usual privileges of retu rn I breed sound higblv finUhed and have for sale high bred colts and nllics out of producing dams by a greater nuiiit of nrominent sires thnn nnv fnrmtrotters lnml in tlu 1 ui 9UIU ui iiv iimcu uu uiiuui iihiiviuiuu III ITU wish to farm or breed on the shares twenty approved mnrcs For further infer- on application Do Mares kept at regular rates B EwKtal J TREACY ASWanO Park Fami LeXIflgtOn K Jones removo blemishes for which you would gladly pay fifty dollars Sold by Roso CONSTIPATION and other bowel complaints Business With a Home Institution Tho Now Ofllcors Tho officors elected by tho Kentucky Press association for tho ensuing year wero Charles M Meacham of tho Hop kinsvillo Kcntuckian President Sam J Roberts of tho Linrinirtnn rninlpr V5nn President I B Nail of Louisvillo Sec- Â¬ retary and Treasurer W B Dobbs of tho Scottsvillo Sentinel Orator Col Sam Gaines Poet Tho Executivo Coin mi tteo is as follows Chairman Col E Polk Johnston of Frankfort Messrs John 0 Hodges of Lexington J H Westovor of Williamstown Thomas H Arnold of Middlesboro nnd H W Van Scudon of Paducah Tho selection of tho placo for tho noxt meeting was left to this committeo THE CLAY ClTY cured and prevented by the prompt National banK CLAY CITY KY use of iHKiaaBBBBflBiBiBBHr aH Ayers Cathartic Pills They Capital FLOYD DAY 500001 j0 GOLD DUST somo roliablo remedy for bowel com- Â¬ plaints Tho want of such an article is BIGSTAFF REAR tho causo of much auflering especially during tho summor months In almost ATTORNEYS AT LAW every neighborhood somo ono has died MT STERLING KY with cramps or cholera morbus before inodioino could bo procured or a physi Practice in tho courts of Montgomery and cian summoned A fair trial will satisfy adjoining counties and in tho Court of Ap you that Chamberlains Colic Cholera peals and Federal Courts and Diarrhooa Remedy is unequalled for A H STAMPER thosa diseases It is also a certain euro for dysentery and diarrham When re- Â¬ AT duced with water and sweetened it is CAMPTON KY pleasant to take Children liko it For salo by Roso Jones Offers his professional services to the citi zens of Wolfe and adjoining counties Will Struck lly Lightning make collections nnd remittances promptly During a storm last weok Wiloy Poyn tor of Winchester aged 20 who was at a pond fishing took shelter under a tree Tho treo was struck by lightning and Poynter received a Btroko in tho fore- Â¬ head Tho current passed around tho head and under tho throat burning tho skin from tho chest and leaving a scorch Â¬ ed trail down tho left sido to tho kneo tveTo where it loft tho body and entered again St Vitus Dance Cured VIII at tho feet which aro badly burned Ban AnoiIkab Cnl Co After being unconscious for nearly an My boy 1U youra old vma aoCaJ Feb 1889 St affected by hour Poynter revived somewhat but is Vitus Dancothae ha could not go to school for 2 years Two bottles of Paetor Koonltfa Norva still in a very critical Condition Tonlo restorod bla health uud ha la now at Umdhitf school axolu A GunrantiMul ltometly M1QUAED OCONNUL Megrimine tho onlypermancnt curo A Very Burt Case for all forms of headache and neuralgia East NEyunhRTMd relieves tho pain in from 15 to 20 min Â¬ My daughter had onilopBy ao Mrefc 8 1801aha aovuro utes For salo on posilivo guaranteo at would havo 6 or 7 flta ovory 21 bourn that liuutu Tub IIkuald oillco or sent postpaid by diatcly aftor Using aator KocnfgB Nervo Tonlo mail oii receipt of price 60 cents a box the HiafemB decrease la number Mid In leas than two wooka fronv taking tho prat doso tuoy entirely Mailed Ufore usln this medlelno bar Victim Another tnlnd was vory weaU but uofr mlud and mem- BryarofttlurwHrod aad ThoBloodv Corner Miko Morrlsoys M tho fit by uuaotjlblsatoqlB outlnsly cured th reM roiaofy rrodsburg has enrolled ttnh saloon at s Mlta J uANi3iuJwa fil n uml Inl icnuu Mlrii nut uui lillll tivmmii VaowWe Karvoas JDlsoHs cont free to any adtlreaa pqtedofer a drink and aahobtlugfou I I is dying rind Mi ko is shoV ioMslSSlVeaoh X ho victim is i young irffBJro right arm Tills pmor rtOMdrjMUJrDJCmMuradlnjby tk KdreraaA Koonlior Fort Wavue tRair aaU two Jitiio cmitircu WKlowiAYuu uuowurtrpiTuu mider Ida direction byUis Every family should bo provided with regulate the liver cleanse the stomach and greatly assist digestion Dr J C Ayer Go Lowell Mass FRANK II RCSSELL Cashier President No Hank in Knstern Kentucky has better 1T4WflTOwSwfflW1 vaults nor better facilities for keeping your account Managed entirely bv home people j who know you and who are always ready to This combined young stallion will make accommodate von the season of 1802 at our stables in Hazel rMoney to loan on reasonable rates Green Kv and will serve mares at TEN Call on us DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COLT money due when the mare foals with a lien on colt until the money is paid or if the mare is parted with or bred to another horse the money is then due f1 3Fw jfoHRESTjfTONEWALL Record 240 This combined stallion will make tin season of 1802 at 10 TO INSURE A IJV ING COLT monev due when the inure foals is parted with or bred to another horse witha lien on the colt until the sea son monev is paid This stallion w ill be at the stables of J H Cecil one mile from Ezel the first nil third weeks of each month and at W i Henrys 2 miles west ot West Liberty 011 Cnney the second and fourth weeks of 11 LOUIS STIX WHOrKSAIK 00 Â¬ DKAlFnS IN O Dry Goods notions H Â¬ ATTORNEY LAW nut with star anil white hind feet beautiful mane and tail His power style and action are unsurpassed He was sired by Senator Hlackburn he b Dillard Dudley he by each month John Dillard the graudsire of Phil Tliomii DESCRIPTION AND PED1GREK son record 210 Eric McClotid and Nick Hay with black points seven vears old with records better than 22o His dam was this spring 10J4 hands high Sired by MumThird Race nnd Union Sts llV 1 i Til Pa sired bv the Phillips horse the sire of lthie likiit liVpnut In CINCINNATI O JennuJie by Gen Taylor Se We carrv the goods that will suit vour Also at the same stables will be found the trade and our prices are TDK LOWKST elegantly bred young trotting Stallion Wlllll lit llllllil It Oil1 l lllllll IM lll chic Iorrest Stonewalls 1st dam hvHrownti Special attention to mail orders DKSCUlfTlON AND lKIHCiltrK GOLD DlST is 7 years old the 28th day of May KH02 11 hands high a beautiful chestÂ¬ c - 111 Â¬ PAjigtf v -- Hit D M Oflfnlv iv Anlll0 n Vki Vilvh ik Who will serve a limited number of ap by Malls Copperbottom 4th dam by Old proved males at TEN DOLLARS TO IN Fancy by Old Hrown Pilot Good care will be taken of marcs left with SURE A LIVING COLT on same terms as us but we will not be responsible for iiffi Livery Feed and Sale Stable above dents should nnv occur nuseriiTiox and pkihgiikk CKCIL k HENRY POST HOY JR was sired by Post Hoy HAZEL GREEN KY West Liberty Kv record 223 he by Magic sire of Clemune ca Douhle and Single G 213 Alice Stoner 221 Mvsterv 221 Rigs and Saddle Horses fcc dnm Mollie Emcrv sired hv Strathmorc Tucker for hire Parties convey sire of Santa Clans 217 Semicolon 210 210 - Criokct 210 Adonis 211 h ed to any point on reasonHummer 210 Charles Sister V 218 This combined young Stallion will iiwk able terms Derbv 220 Faustina 221 Ronnie Wilmore the present season of 1SD2 3 miles trem Rhucberry 221 It and a number of Hazel Green at the stable of David H R0W1 ffirI will also attend to all calls for auc- 222 tioneering and solicit business of this kind others in the 230 li t POST HOY JR is at the low price of Respectfully c a beautiful chestnut with no marks 7 jears Colt 6 to old May loth IS02 15 hands 3 inches high JOHN II PIERATT nnd gives promise of being heard from in Money due when colt is fonled alive with Any one who is fa DAY OOD wood tho future among trotters Hoy will readily a lien oil colt until season monev is paid familiar with Shiners Post Tom Ckch will be 4 vears old the 17th I Jl F DAY recognize Post Hoy Jr day of Miy He is HI hand high has fmr ATTORNEYS AT LAW And last but not least will bo found at color and can show a three niinuto gait Office over Exchange Hank 1 the same stabled the well known nnd highly He is also a tine saddle horse Mnvsvllli St lilt Storllne K appreciated JACK lie was sired by the well known Pratfr Practico in Montgomery Powell Hcnffce His up horse ho by the Phillips horse Wolfe Hreathltt Rowan Magollin andMor- dam was by Hlackhawk mid she nut of a gan counties ana superior court ana court Who will servo mares at TEN DOLLARS mare by Hav Hassingcr lie by the lA of Appvuls TO INSURE A LIVING COLT on same horse a stamla nl bred horse that stood in terms as above described This Jack lias iih Illinois The Prater horse was out of a relMAUPIN ehraled Virginia mate superior as a good breeder - WITH Tom Ckiii is a good individual is lrv Care will be taken to prevent riccidents t i it but we will not be responsible should nnv oc- iij iiiuiarii iiu 111 iiviur nun ii v lie iirf in large good color nud show fine combine DAY J CO cur JT qualities YU6LE3AIiE dky goods All caro will be taken to prevent sc1 Tw UK CLARENDON 1eI dents but bliould any occur will Cor Limestone nnd Short sts p R ROSh 1 rtfspunsible QATLETTnURO KY feGly Lkxinoton Ky POST BOY JR Stonewall 2d dam b Tom CrowdeY 3d dnm J PIERATT Â¬ Â¬ tHS Â¬ Â¬ w Insure a Living t GEN JOHN MORGAN - fi CARPENTER MM4l- Â¬ 1 1 1 11 11 1 Geo Andrews of Lowell with ulcers over half Ids body cured by Ayers Sar wtparjlta KOtHIG MED 06 Chicago III Q H IIOSWELL Paopniirron hatiyoucRuJ There has been added nn Annex with 20 qFlifoitWo t us PHUirti fcftgc well ventilated rooms Street Cars 09fltwnifngpu1ter Tr L tented pass the door every five niinulcu Ijlli V K April 8 IS02 v Jokprjiiting cheap Rt this oflico within two squares of depot ore sum ut tins oinco at in rents u w mill the hent pencil in town ut oe npiW1 tvSalt TO ThjustJyeelehrntelJ Uerryiun sloel I