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XXixZEI SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor n L - r Jl ntnTTtxr A l T Am I TitVX i Vv6 I am r I M i m fl W k Of a Noisy World With Nowu From All Nations Lumbring at His Bnok Sl00 A YEAR Always In Advano BiaTITII YEAH HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KX FRIDAY TUNE 3 1892 xi Tho Slato Convention The Democratic State convention which convened at Louisville May 25th was called to order a few minutes after two oclock P M by Chairman John B Cas tlemati After stating tho object of the convention tho chairman announced that nominations for temporary chairman were in order The names of Hon Chns J Bronston of Lexington and Hon Chas R Lour wero presented and on the first ballot Mr Long was cliosen by a vote of 427 to 2U0 Mr Bronston escorted Mr Long to tho chair and intro- Â¬ duced him to the audience In accepting the post of honor Mr Long took occasion to define his position in tho Presidential fight Ho is for Cloveland ho says if the Democratic party in National con Â¬ vention assembled decides that ho is the most expedient candidate and am assured ho can lead the party to victory Mr Long was opposed to instructing the State delegation for Cleveland James Stone of Breckinridgo county was unanimously elected temporary secÂ¬ Â¬ NUMBER Â¬ Â¬ 11 til The Greatest Effort OF Tenth district Jno P Salyer of Mor T M Rob gan is against Cloveland ertson of Piko favors deliberation Elovcnth district 0 H Waddel of Pulaski would only say I am for tho best man A Dcnham of Whitley G would not express an opinion Col CiMtluiiiiui Complimented A meeting of tho members of the Dem- Â¬ ocratic Stato Central and Stato Execu- Â¬ H8Y8B BKNJJUUBD IN THE History Lexington o o -- tive committees was held in Louiavillo last week Mr J H Welch of Jessa Â¬ mine was called to tho chair and R II Vansant of Elliott was cliosen secretary The following resolutions wero unani Â¬ mously adopted Whereas Jen John B Castleman Chair Â¬ man of the Democratic Stato Central Com mittee lias notified iih that the imperative do in a mis of private buhincsa will prevent him from serving further nt tho head of the Democratic organization of our State we who have served under his uflloicnt leader ship deniro to publicly express our sincere regret that our party is to lose his distin Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WWW-f Louis Gus Straus DisplaysSprmClothi J Every Department Overflowing to its utmost capacity Thin is not a catch penny sale ot any kinu nut good nonest values and qualities at fair prices During the coming week we will display full lines of Mens and Boys Clothing representing the leading and best manufacturers in the United States and Europe We will forfeit our reputation of thirty We have nevyears standing in Lexington er failed to Keep our promises heretofore Â¬ Â¬ That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 5 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 10 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 15 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 20 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 25 OUR MERCHANT- TAILORING guished services For two years he has given liberally of retary his means to the advancement of the partys Below we publish district delegates cause and while we have rendered him and electors Biich assistance as we could yet the brunt DKhKOATES of the burden lias always been upon him First Thos E Moss R C Walker and true to his trust he has made every Second Chas M Mcacham Reuben interest subserve to the welfare of his party By his untiring energy ho has brought A Miller about an organization which reflects credit Rhea W A Helm Third John S upon the Democratic- party of our State and Fourth B F Beard B L Litsey Fifth W B Haldeman W J Abra Â¬ we tiie members of the State Central and State Executive committees make this testi ham monial without fear of adverse criticism Sixth J C Terril R F Harrison because of the fact that this organization is Seventh Chas J Bronston William due to his efforts alone Lindsay John H Welch Chairman Eighth C II Rhodes J A Sullivan R H Vansant Secretary - Â¬ DEPARTMENTS Is the finest in the United States Our Cutters and Workmen are first- class artists We are doing the largest business we Have ever done Come and make your selections early L Efls C STRAUS LEXINGTON KENTUCKY LEADING CLOTHIERS and FINE TAILORS 4g66O06O06460g QCART1TT Kai9WWWWWWW SOR U BISTISQCillTT W0RMS1 WHITES CREAM TABLERSD I r BUGKEYEOLC OINTMENT PILES REMEDY FOR UK1I CO 8TL0CIS IIICIIlRDBOSTiYIOR IT champ Hln Second Murder Montjoy shot and killed Harvey son Eleventh 0 H Waddle G A Den Harris colored one night last week nt the King House a notorious joint in ham Maysville The ball lodged near the ELECTOR8 First Charles K Wheeler John W heart and Harris died almost instantly Roy Eight years ago Montjoy killed Lewis Second John F Lockett Ward Head Berry colored within twenty feot of ley where Harris was shot He was acquit- Â¬ B Richardson J M Cov- Â¬ ted then on the grounds of self defense Third J ington Montjoy sets up the same plea in this Fourth Wilbui F Haywood Thos case but is not corroborated by tho witÂ¬ W Sims nesses Harris was generally regarded Fifth John B Baskin Wallace Mac a a quiet inoffensive man and just bo koy fore ho was killed was heard pleading Hodge Perry E Cason with Montjoy not to shoot The trouble Sixth John T Seventh J A Scott Richard Good in this as in the former case originated son over a colored prostitute Montjoy be Â¬ Eighth J M Rathwell longs to a prominent family He surren- Â¬ Ninth W G Deering J L Morgan dered and nt the examining trial was Tenth J C Lykins O II Pollard held In 1500 to appear at the Circuit Eleventh N B Hays Henry Beau Court Â¬ Ninth Tenth Waller Sharp J H Northup John P Salyer J M Robert- Leo Oklahoma bb ft Negro State Tho movement to mako Oklahoma a negro State which whlto settlers were at first disposed to ridlciwe is being man- aged with a groat deal of skill The man who is engineering it is Edwin P Mc Cabe ex Stato Auditor of Kansas who asked tho Republicans of that Stato for it second term of office only to bo cast out of the party This political disap Â¬ pointment togothor with a great deal of social ostracism at Topoka determined McCabe who is said to bo almost a white man In nppenrnnco and highly intellect ual to found n negro Stato Ho called to his sido tho most intelligent negroes in the Kansas cities and tho work of or Â¬ ganizing colonics was begun aji onco nnd prosecuted with so much energy that when Oklahoma was thrown opon to set Â¬ tlement 10000 negroea crossed the border to get a foothold in tho now country They came of course largely from the Southern States McCabe led ono of the parties himself and to help the causo established a newspaper in tho interest of his race Tho organ ho distributed all through tho South as woll as in Ok- Â¬ lahoma It boldly advocated tho plan of dispossessing tho whites of political power Tho idea fascinated tho South- Â¬ ern negroes and they continued to mako up colonies in spite of the protests of tho planters who saw tho laborers in their fields dwindling in number The plan proposed in the beginning was to distribute the negroes so that a majority of the black voters would be possible in each Representative and Senatorial dis- Â¬ trict Whenever a cabin or house be Â¬ came vacant a negro was put in by Mc Gabes managers The opening of the Sac and Pottawatomie Indian reserva- Â¬ tions to settlement last fall helped the scheme wonderfully and tho Cheyenne and Arapahoe country wilt soon be filled with negroes for it is too hilly and un- Â¬ productive to tempt tho moro ambitious whites Hundreds of negroes are said to bo arriving daily They aro willing to put up with all kinds of hardships if they can seouro forty acres of ground and independence Those arriving first make a homestead filing and tho land is then divided among others coming later It is thought that within thrco years thcBO VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEFD rrtpirtOijfilllURDSOVriYLOKMBD FOR 20 YEARS CO mmamimmmm CURES HOTHIHQ BUT PILES mm Manaa A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for 18 yaars as tho BEST SOLD EVERYWHERE BTL0CT8 rnpmd CHEftAND AT THE PB1IIIW Lexington Ky English Kitchen No 12 W Nomination A reporter for the Courie Journal vis Â¬ ited the district delegates just before the convention was called to order and got their views as regards ex President Clove land They are as follows First district T E Moss of McCrack en county is neither for nor against Mr He is for the man that has Cleveland the best chances to win Robert Wnlker of Crittenden county- was not present having been detained nt homo by illness Second district Reuben Miller of Da- Â¬ viess will not make up his mind until he ccts to Chicago Charles Meacham of Christian will take the same course Third districts John S Rhea of Lo Â¬ W A cum is opposed to Cleveland Helm of Butler is also opposed to the - WhattlioDWtrlrt Dlffntei Think About the Mutter nt n Iroxldentlnl lands loft disdainfully by the whites will be producing good crops of cotton and corn and that tho negro pop- Â¬ ulation will bo at least 20000 At the present writing there aro seven large colonics of negroes in Oklahoma and within the next sixty days thero will lie upwards of sixty colonies established if A Plucky lrl McCabes phns do not miscarry Thero Early one morning last week a colored aro said to bo 200000 negroes in the man went to the farm of Joseph Starr South organized for settlement in Okla- Â¬ three miles south of Paducah and asked homa A few years may see two negro for work of Starrs daughter Senators at Washington The young woman thoughtlessly replied Ilohbed tho Operator that tho men were in tho field and told W B Johnson night operator at tho the man to go to them if he wanted work He then said it was money and not work E L and B S depot at Mt Sterling he wanted and told Miss Starr to get loft his office recently about midnight him what funds wero in the house Re and started up the tracks to inspect some plying that there was none there she freight cars Ho had gone but a fow turned to leave when the negro caught yards when two men jumped from bo her and endeavored to choke her down hind a car Ono of them presented a but she fought him off He then drew a cocked revolver and demanded his money knife and struck at her several times Johnson mado a vigorous resistance but but sho warded off tho blows with her was overpowered and 28 and a hand Â¬ arm A neighbor hearing the girls cries some gold watch wore taken from him appeared and the colored man escaped The thugs kindly returned the time Â¬ in tho woods When wrestling with the piece Charles Evans the night watch- Â¬ man heard tho struggle and ran to his girl he threatened murder and rape Â¬ Short Street Regular Meals 25 Cents Mealsto Order at All Hours Breakfast from 0 A M to 9 a m Dinner from 10 a m To 8 i M Supper from 5 p M to 9 p M Oys Â¬ ters Lamb Fries Fish Chickens and Quails a specialty Open from 5 A r to 12 PM CUS LUBGART Proprietor JOHN M ROSE b g JONES POSIES -- cPOIKJKmI DEALERS IN- - OraiSAXi MIE0HA11I a complete line of Dry Goods Notions Ladies koods Gents Clothing Boots Shoos Hats Patent c and sell FOR CASH at fines Saddles Harness A11 wer than ever before seen in Hazel Green guaranteed as represented or money relundcii Cry HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY Dress Medi prices goods JnDDDIMTTrTrr UUD rl I b NEATLY CHEAPLY and PROMPTLY CXE Send your order CUTED AT THIS OFFICE Fourth district F Beard of Brock inridge is a conservative Cleveland man B F Litsey of Washington wants time to decide who tho best man now is Fifth district W B Haldeman and W J Abraham will bo for John G Car- Â¬ lisle Sixth district Dr J C Terrell of R F I urn for Carlisle Kenton leans toward Car Harrison of Carroll lisle but wants the advantage of all deÂ¬ velopments before he makes up his mind Seventh district C J Bronston of Lexington is a strong Cleveland man Willipm Lindsay of Owen is for Clove land but believes in deliberation before the question is finally settled Eighth district C H Rhodes of I am for Cloveland if devoton Boyle ments show that ho is the choice of the J H large majority of the Democrats Cleveland if Sullivan of Madison is for the indications show that ho can win Ninth district Waller Sharp of Bath is for Cleveland if he be tho choice of the party The views of J H Northup of Lawrence are the same B Â¬ Fatally HtHbhed George Cruce a prominent farmer livingnn Caldwell county Ky was cut by n worthless colored man named Wiley Hill one night last week two long and deep gashes being made on the neck and throat Hill had been living on Crucos place nnd on account of his worthless ness was ordered to leave and not to comeback He stayed asvay until the night of the difficulty when ho went to the house of Mr Cruce and began to curso loudly Cruce stepped out upon the porch to order hira away when he was set upon by the ruffian and stabbed Mr Cruce was still alivoat last accounts but can hardly pull through Hill fled after the deed and indignation is eo high in tho neighborhood that if he is caught he will bo lynched - assistance but he men escaped John- Â¬ son did not recognize his assailants He Liked Chewlag Gum Ollic Kerns aged 10 was jailed last week at Flemingsburg for breaking into and robbing the store of Mulliken Son at Hill Top of a large amount of goods Among the articles taken was a box of chewing gum and as young Kerns seem Â¬ ed to be well b kicked with this article after tho robbery ho waa placed under arrest He has since confessed and told where the stolen goods were hid r Six men Hro in jail at Cullerton Ala charged with participating in a lynching This is the first time in the history of the State that any member of r mob has been intorfcrcd with by legal process The victims were two white men Monroe During a violent thunder and rain storm that passed over Todd county last week seventeen head of sheep belonging to G V Mallory were struck by light Â¬ ning and instantly killed They had taken shelter with a large Hock under a tree which the lightning struck and consumed Ivens and hid sou John Wantkd A woman to cook wash Middlo- and iron for a small family aged woman with no encumhraae None but a good cook with good character need annlv Address or eull oh Snaimaf Cooper iJaswl Grtn Hazel Green Herald ooorjMtrmuw mail qkbs A KT JOYOUS Tfaat FARMERS BOY Ia Poet aavo anng la words of joy Id lore to bo a formers A rural llfo fun rbjat rich farmers son boy I Ioto tho old plow handles much With tholr most shapely crook How theyd inspire my linnets to clutch Tho fish polo by tho brook I And when tho plowing was begun My stops would not bo stayed How quick a furrow I could run Directed to tho shade 1 now nimbly could I drop tho corn And climb up on tho fencol And then when camo tho planting morn All In tho sun intense Haymaking tlmo doth mnko mora lltho Tho muscles and tho thews How swcot to swing tho glittering scythe Across a bough and snoozo And when tho gardon should bo mado Twcro rifo with rural charms To go forth with tho trusty spado And dig somo anglo worms And how delightful it would be With arms all strong and stout To drlvo tho ax into tho trco Ho it would not como out And If tho fences lacked Indeed twould stir the blood To go and hunt an opening wbcro My neighbors daughter stood I A W Dellaw in Dotrolt Free Press repair 11511 n m HAtmm - rdf saw q iT V PrOTlAsUT lurtrUUT IV rv - - - VSJT VaKT fymyFV SjBatfPowflgx r vyt 5joAm CONTINUED CHA1T1SU IX What is it my child ho asked Iny lng his hand on her hnir A lovers quarrel Yes alio whispered The first we havo over had Well well wc all know that lovers novcr part after a first quarrel ho said in a quiet matter-of-fatone that calmed her nerves What was it all about little one if an old man may ask It arose out of a very simple speech of mine which seemed to annoy Michael answered Olive her cheeks flushing and paling as sho recalled tho Wo were sit- Â¬ afternoons experience ting under the trees in Kew Gardens and I asked him if wo could possibly bo happier than we were then Michael took offense because you were too easily contented and one word followed another said Uncle Wake Olivo considered for a mo-Â¬ Yes ment and then repeated all that sho could remember of tho conversation Afterwards n silence fell upon them both and tho roll of wheels in the Strand sounded but faintly in their cars It was Olivo who broko the pause If I could only beliovo that this was merely a differenco of opinion nnd not a difference of spirit I should be eas- Â¬ ier she said Uut Michael seems to think thnt my ideal llfo is an absurd dream IIo cannot realize any kind of happiness that is not founded on self interest alone IIo canuot comprehend any joy outsido himself Oh how hor-Â¬ rible it seems to sxy theso things about tho man whom I lovo with all my neart Help me Uncle Wake speak kind words and comfort me This was an appeal which Samuel had not expected to hear for many a day Ho had not known that Olivo had been rapidly gaining powers of penc- ct A1D NOT HKAn HIS ArriUMCH tratton blinded IIo had not thought that tho books ho had given her would havo dotio thoir work so soon And how could ho daro soothe her vylth falso comfort or givo her tho broken reed of alle to lean upon How could he throw dust in tho eyes that saw Michael as ho really was and yet prayed to bo Olive ho said tenderly I am afraid it is tho fato of nearly all good women to bo somewhat disappointed in tho mon thoy lovo A mans daily struggle with tho world is almost sure to harden him Every true woman has within hor that capacity for which makes it easy for her to comprehend tho ono great sacrifice Like her Muster sho longs to go about amoug tho people and do them good Hut will ho novcr feel as I do sho asked mournfully Not ftltogothor perhaps Olive you must learn to iovo him without giving p the best part of yourself for his aka You must not pluck out your Qwa wblvi wings because ho canuot self-siicrl-fl- aanda In somo way or other Aaron A CRAFTY DEER Michael frowned impatiently oar If you do tht you will neither m should bo helped out of tho slough of Why do you think of Aaron content him nor yourself You will al- Â¬ e Method By Which m Wary Old Sta ho was always a gloomy fool despond ways bo haunted by tho sense of loss said Esoapec Pursuit 8ho was so busy with her own know that you are not satis-Â¬ who could not help himself and latoly and ho will haTO learnod wonderful cunnln Deer ho has been insufferable thoughts and hopes that although Sea Â¬ fied Ho Is unhappy Michael Her faco ward Aylstone cntno several times to from their hardships in tho chase Sho turned her eyes upon him with a You sec ho has long flio florists shop she scarcely noticed Sometimes a wary stag started up from was troubled gaze of intenso uxicty been wanting to mnko a homo for him As in n dream sho heard his calm his covert vlll run Into another leaf How can two wnlk together unless their spirits are one sho said with a Jane and when thoy lowered his wagen voice ordering sprays of ivory and haunt where a young animal has taltca ho lost heart Hut now that your suc- Â¬ roses anct in a drenm still site wove tho refuge and turn him out lying dowa sigh llodlly union nnd spiritual disunion cess is assured dear you will be kind flowers ond leaves together Sho did in his place no doubt hoping with all Samuel Wnko to him one sees it every daj not know thnt his glance always turned his pantiug henrt that tho hunters will Kind to him answered If you marry a man whoso Michael repented to the corner where sho sat with her not know the difference Hurried forth I shall be heartily glad to pretty curly brown head bent over her from that resting place ho then doubles thoughts nro not your thoughts nor his angrily ways your ways you must prepare to sec the last of him and hear the last cf work She did not know that he lin- Â¬ and turns and perhaps takes to the wa tread a dlfUcult path my child Your his maundering talk about old times gered long nt tho counter in tho vain tcr not only as solnce for his heated own heart must help you in the matter Hut ho was our early friend she hope of seeing her lift her eyes or of blood but to throw tho hounds off the Ono old stag muntioncd la love and tho instincts of a true wife said sadly and thcro is pooi Jano to hearing her speak Another girl less scont can mnko a woman wiso and strong be considered absolutely true of heart would havo ob-Â¬ Forty five years of Sport had even 1 dont know why I should consider And I lovo him I do love him sho served his frequent comings and goings more advanced ideas than these is ill and suffering Jnnc returned Michael loftily Perhaps he For many years past Lord Lovat had said She nnd have drawn her own conclusions been trying to hunt down this stag at this moment and I am not near certainly has no claim on me Hut this Hut Olive was under a potent spell Is always the case when a man succeeds him At last when tho days were sultry nicknamed Square Toes but as the If she had been near him she would in life all his old acquaintances hang and still and London was emptying animal had extraordinary cunning It have beheld him making a fresh toilet round his neck like millstones He is fast Michael camo to sco her again wns fifteen years before ho succeeded in high good humor Edwnrd Hattors not allowed to enjoy the fruits of his He came as he had been wont to do on in getting a shot at St At last one by had met him and had invited him own toll alone a Sunday afternoon and found Olivo in dny when lie and his stalker were In to dine at a fashionable restaurant thnt Dear Michael her hand softly the parlor upstairs At tho sight ol hot pursuit of Square Toes and his evening Ought one to enjoy the him the Wakes husband and wife dis- several hinds the animals ascended a touched his Men nro made of tougher materials fruits of ones toll alone creetly vanished And they said to hill and as they reached tho sky line than you fancy Uncle Wnko replied You nre a most extraordinary girl each other in confidence that they had the hiuds alono seemed to cross It IIo looked Olive with a reassuring smile he said in the indulgent tone never seen him look so worn and Again tho old strategist had mysteri well enough when I saw him Take sho knew so well You never lose a strange Olive too was struck with ously disappeared my word for it that headache was an chance of saying something sentimental this strangeness 1 he stalker took down his glass and and met him with excuso for ill temper Dont bo fussy something taken from one of your an anxiety that shaded her joy shut it with a slap and Lord Lovat about him my dear IIo will find his favorite books Hut never mind iVlll equally disgusted resigned himself to Dear you have worked too hard wny back to you when tho fit is over not let anything mar our pleasure to- Â¬ she said tho usual situation Among the men Then he brought ono of tho books day You are free to talk to your uncle Yet as she looked at him again she present however was a now hand who that were piled upon the table and be and tell him all our good news that one of the saw that ho had gained something by declared bashfully gnn to remi a poem aloud Tho verses Her face brightened in an instant the loss of his fresh color the pallor hinds In going over the sky line ap Â¬ were well chosen nnd his voice was Dear Uncle Wake she said he is peared to havo three ears pleasant to her ears So the afternoon always so glad to hear of anyones gave a new refinement to his face His My lord cried the stalker joyfully clothes too seemed to be worn in a glided into evening and when Mrs prosperity new and easier fashion He moved less on hearing the remark yon stag is Wake came home more pensive nnd Well ho has had little enough of his with the hinds wed better be going shadowy than ever after her visit to own to bo glad of remarked Michael stiffly nnd spoke more quietly However Lord Lovat had seen no I believe 1 should have broken down Jessie Olivo wns able to meet her with with a contemptuous laugh reason for believing the stag to be there What entirely he said if it had not been cheerfulness It was hard to sco Mich- Â¬ will he say when he has to part with for the sea breezes The Uattersbys are and still hesitated aels vacant plnce at tho supper table you Olive Anyone can see that you Theres no time to be fost insisted sea but Uncle Wnko encouraged her with are the light of this house but I cant at South see and I have been running the mun Come 1113 lord let us be them smiles and talked quite openly of the lend ni3 illuminator to other people down to going Thon you are quite intimate with absent lover much longer And I wish you would Hut how on earth do you make that Are they nice come in on Monday or give up that wretched flower business them now Michael If ho does not out asked his master people Is Mrs Hattersby a good Tuesday I shall go and look him up little woman Well my lord replied the man if motherly woman Are there any Ah Mrs Wake how unrea- Â¬ ho said Dont ask me to give it up just yet Oh I am so glad they are you will be starting to save time I will daughters sonable you used to be if I ever dared she said in a sweet voice of entreaty going to be kind to us cried poor toll you as wo go When you get to the to havo a headache It is only women I will promise to be Olive in Please dont top of tho hill we shall sec Square Toes her simplicity who are allowed to be Invalids A lover very good and obedient by and by or I am mistaken for do you not know An uneasy look flitted across Michaels ought to havo an iron constitution I suppose I must be contented with face yon lad said one hind seemed to have You always had his wife remarked thnt promise he answered affably Well its just possible you My dear girl you should not fly three ears but Michael is not mado of iron and but I am glad you keep well out of third ear was a brow antler and the into raptures on small occasions he he looks as if ho had nerves Perhaps sight at that flower shop I dont want remarked coldly How is ono to an- Â¬ canny beast has all this time been do is a little irritablo sometimes ho I my wifes face to be known to the pub- g us by throwing his horns on his swer such a string of questions First know ho has a short manner but whnt is no Mrs Hattersby And hack and getting in among the hinds of all there is manner when a man is hardworking as Mr Hattersby is A feeble old man when going over tho sky line When I looked at our poor nnd steady Over the hill they rode and found tho whose mind is failing I cannot get very Jessie to lay I could not help thinking clever stag placidly feeding Sad to re- Â¬ intimate with him of Olives good fortune Oh said Olive in n disappointed late his career ns an inventor was then For years everybody had been talk- Â¬ and there cut short but his method tone and there is no daughter ing to Olive about her good fortune IIo has probably passed on in traditim to Well yes there is a daughter Who wns she that such a clever young admitted the fact with a curious reluc- Â¬ other members of the herd Youths man should have set his heart upon tance Rut she is a good deal older Compnuion her The girl had always been hum Â¬ than you nre and nnd you would not ble and grateful and sho wns humble The May Wide Awako And her a sympathetic person 1 think and grateful still only a subtle change Olive Opens with a delightfully fnntasti and Then she is not nice is she was stealing over tho humility and asked oriental rhyme descriptive of the birth gratitude She did not think less of I really dont know what you mean of the gamut It is by Therou Hrwwu Michael nor was sho less lowly in by nice it is a womans word with a frontispiece illustration h Hur mind but she had begun to use cer- Â¬ Michael tried to smile naturally and gess and is called The Huiibool fe tain faculties which had been undevel Â¬ only produced n strange contortion of The leading article of the u umber much- oped in her villngo home didly illustrated is Adaline Fonlhuus the lips She had learned lately that there arc Hut if people nre not sympathetic stirring description of A Medueval certain aspirations which cannot be they cant be nice persisted Olivo un- Stronghold the great French casllo of stifled even nt loves command with- Â¬ wisely Yon think her horrid nnd Pioriefonds which dismantled by out self degradation Truly ho who Richelieu has been restored by the dont like to say so findcth his llfo in this world only shall IIo flushed angrily Violirl-ic-Dufamous French architect lose it tho worship of things thnt per Â¬ I hnve never thought any thing so 811E SCAKCKLY XOTICfcD HIM Philip Hales story A dram of ish in the using destroys nil spiritual I only meant Snndlsoneof the good things of the preposterous he said life in the worshiper Olivo had found lie yet Do you know child I intend that Miss Hattersby was calm and sen number Miss Helen Gray Co no wls out this truth You sible and not given to romantic dream- Â¬ about A Picture Hook of 17 WilWhen she lay down to rest that night that you shall crcato a sensation liam Hlakos home made and handmade sho fell into a peaceful sleep and will be a noted beauty one of these ing if The speech was spoken in n tone thnt Songs of innocence Alexander Hack dreamed of the old downs and fields of days 1 you take care of yourself and do as tell you pained Olivo deeply She strove to talk has a unique sleeping car story Upper her childhood Michael was roaming A richer bloom rose to the soft check on ns if nothing had hurt her but she Nine M H Kyuron contributea with her through tjiosc calm meadows but the lips quivered as if with pain was not able to protend a cheerfulness charming story of a little studio girl rich with tho purple and gold of sumI should hate notoriety she said that sho did not feel Michael had not Phebe Stout Sculptor a There mer Ho was oneo more tho younger proudly saiOLa word about their future plans bright story for Decoration Day Al ubd simpler Michael of tho past they Nonsense you wont hate anything ne uiu not ten tier mat sue must soon most a Deserter by Miriam lratow wero happy in tho old fashioned way of in your new life ho replied kissing come to a new home He talked in a and a Mining odp for the --ame mo 1101 rustic lovers Then J ana and Aaron her It will be a life of charming vague way of changes at tho works and al occasion addressed to American boys joined them and they followed the Decoration Day by El course of the rivulet through tho grass dresses nnd jewels what can a woman of old Mr Hattersbys uncertain life and girls and said that Edward Hattersby hated bridges Ilrooks Mrs Emma iliinMin and laughed for very gladness of heart desire moro Oh 1 shall want much moro than trouble ond business And then he ton amii has a charming vet of o Sho awoko suddenly in the light of a that she answered looking frankly suddenly got up to go nnd gave her a My Lady of Makc Helieve Lieut London day with that dream laughter Col Thorudike gives in his series of cold kiss at parting ringing in her cars And then all tho up at him with elenr eyes But One Mins Atlreiiturts an account of ins When shall I see you again Mich bitterness of yesterday enrao back like way ho only laughed and went his Getting Away from Gibraltar ael she asked a ilood and sho remembered that sho Moro days went nnd came and ho I dont know I wish I could fix a and Michael had drifted apart A party of cultivated people says he answered but Hut downstairs there was tho every- Â¬ did not come but frequent notes mado day for coming amends for his absence Olivo wont Edward is always wanting me and 1 the Comregntionalibt stood before au day llfo awaiting her full of its whole somo work and cheerfulness And about her daily business with tho light Â¬ am so worried and hurried that there is ancient cathedral admiring its gramlcui there was a noto from Michael ad Â¬ est of hearts and the brightest of faces scarcely time to think However I which several centuries of oxisleino had failed to dim The noise of lie dressed to herself and written lato on Uncle Wake rejoiced with her in her will write if 1 do not come joy nnd Aunt Wake talked of nothing When he had gone Olive went nway cars in the immediate vicinage so an Â¬ Sunday night Do not but weddings and bridal array Some Â¬ to her little room and sat down by the noyed one of the ladles of the party Dearest Olive it ran L wonder wonder at my absence for a few days times when Olivo looked back to tho bed in utter bewilderment The per- Â¬ that she impulsively fcuid Sunday afternoon in Kew Gardens it son that sho loved her promised hus- why they built the cathedral so near I hope to bring you good news when I seemed very dim and far distant She band of whom she had thought the railroad come My head is better could hardly recognize herself in the hour after hour what Yours us over M C had beYoung Medical Man Thank g0l girl who had sat under tho larches nnd come of him was It not ncsn I have pulled through my exams CHAPTER X had been so passionately miserable that the old Michael who had just left her at last It is horrible to tho nOTT TIIC OLD OLD TICH AHE IXOSKVrD day but some one with n different manner hard work 1 have hail think of all to go through Olivo lived cheerfully on that brief Ah sho would ask Michael to tako nnd a cold heart Success had come thee last four years Eldcrlv noto all through tho week Michael her to tho gardens again when ho had that success which had been so longed tionerWell my dear colleague Practi theio had forgiven her and the world was tlmo enough to spare She must havo for and was this all that it hud brought bright again been in a foolish mood when they wero Tho window was left open but tho hot is one consolation you wont ha cany thing to do for a long long whilu new lie came to sco her on Sunday after Â¬ there last or his headache perhaps Dcr Floh noon but tho visit was short Edward had mudo him fractious His letters London nlr thnt camo In did not cool her burning temples Oh to be at Hattersby had claimed him for tho wero so affectionate and kind that her Eastmocn now To Kegulate the Length of the Sev and feel tho breeze evening All his dreams were about to doubts wero all beginning to disappear blowing fresh mon Vestryman rl Ihyo you talking fom the old hills bo realized success was within his He had been hardened absorbed every I can have one Jewcloi Uncle Wako did not liko the aspect clocks grasp and Olivo listened to his explana Â¬ non o had boon strained In his loug Well tvu of affairs nnd saw thut Olive was look- made to order Vestryman tions with wonder and delight There struggle but now that the end wus ing pale and sad He sent her to church want one that will pronounce the bene was no doubt as to tho working of his gained there would bo peace Yes new plan It had already been tested mid leisure for thoughts of others and with his wife and meditated over the diction at noon and at U oclock p m stato of things without deciding on Jewelers Wcoeklv with tho most satisfactory results and good deeds and gentle words what was best to bo done It seemed was to havo a longer ami fuller trial The one cloud In her bright sky was to him that Michael was disposed Polly So you are really and truj to Meanwhile Edward Hattersby was Aaron Sho had written to him oneo or Pat draw back but if It wero so Samuel engaged I dw did it me about overwhelming him with tokens of twlco but there was no reply and ho was not n man to drag him forward syWell papa laid hu didnt care good will Everyone In tho works was never fulfilled his promlso of coming to mama said sho hJ aware of his exaltation ho was to re Â¬ teo her again Jane was beginning to Hetter-- that this rare flower should didnt care anddidnt are I Jack akl Im brro didnt cure wither on its stalk than that an unwil- ceive more substantial rewards later despair but Olive still wrote to so we became engaged in ling hand should be forced to ou but even now ho was recognized us a cheerful strain begging her her gather It not to TO UK CONTINUliUj a person of tho highest importance YottlugCappe-Smlt-s- on Hrcd to J give up all hope Surely something What does Aaron say to all this could Iw done for Aaron by and by is a good sailor IIo must be ued ItXCIlHllt asked Olive when Michael paused to and If Michael still refused to como to brine Mayno Tnpr Ul nought to bo No monkey business thcro H wish ho would come tako breath His father runsnpiuklo fufturv to tho aid of his old friend Oltvo re- Â¬ Kaw Hut officer Im an organ grinder solved to take the matter into her owu Puck Fields Washington Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ c Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 I Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ t V 1 LAZINESS Sometimes It Just Comos to Us of Natural Urn Kind gtuirtlm 1 1 MNrortMiio HreciM SmliUii Mrcut nrrn Sixnctliura a -by ltcutt of Kny CI renin It Sermon li Her x io to most people an opportunity of CM ruction from depressed circum Â¬ stances As If to create in us a hatred for Indolence God ha made those animals which are sluggish to ap pear loathsome in our eyes while those which are licet and active he has Rives lend you some If yon want land I will give you some If you want seed to sow your laud J will see that you get it Hut I will en courage noiio in idleness Jod So Â¬ Talmage preached u sermon last following texts Prov The Slothful Man Roastcth 7 KotKn- - Which Iu Took In Hunting David and Jeremiah and Ezcklol and Micah and Solomon of tho text showed on a that some time they had been out Spears lanecs expedition hunting swords and nets were employed in this tcrvlce A deep pltfnll would he digged was some rais- Â¬ In the centre of it there with a pole on which a lamb ed ground ould be fastened and the wild beast not seeing the pitfall but only seeing the lamb would plunge for its prey and dash down itself captured Birds were caught in gins or pierced with arrows The hunters in olden time lad two missions one to clear the landÂ¬ obof ferocious boasts and the other to and their fam- Â¬ tain meat for themselves Tho occupation and habit of ilies hunters aro a favorite Hiblo simile David said he was hunted by his enemy like a partridge upon the mountain My lest is a hunting scene arrayed in a garb ap A ipertsman to the wild chase lets slip the piopriate bloodthirsty hounds from theirhennels and mounting his licet horse with a halloo and the yell of the greyhound pack they are oil and away through brake and dell over marsh and moor across chasms where a misstep would hurl horse and rider to death plunging into mire up to the haunches or into swift streams up to the bit till the game is tracked by dripping foam and blood and the antlers crack on the rooks and the hunter has just time Yet after all tho to be in at the death peril of the chase my text haste and represents this sportsman as being too indolent todross the game and pre- Â¬ lie lets it lie in the pare It for food dooryard of his home and become a por- Â¬ tion for vermin and beaks of prey Thus by one master stroke Solomon gives a picture of laziness when he says The slothful man roasteth not that The most which he took in hunting game they shot or of hunters have the entrapped cooked the same evening or the next day but not so with this lag card of the text Too lazy to rip oir tho hide Too lay to kindle the tire and put the gridiron on the coals The first picture I ever bought was an rngraving of Thorwnldsons Autumn The clusters of grapes are ripe on the vine of the homestead and the returned hounds panting from the chase aro ly- Â¬ ing on the door sill and the hunter is unshouldcriug the game while the housewife is about to take a portion of it and prepare it for the evening meal Inlike the person of the text she was enough industrious to roast that which had ban taken in hunting Hut tho world has had many a specimen since Solomons time of those whoso latitude and improvidence and ab surdity were depicted in my text The most of those who have made a dead failure of life can look back and see a time when a great opportunity opened but they did not know it Jeorge Tlioy were not as wise as Stephenson the father of railways who when sixteen years of age he re irvcd an appointment to work at a pumping engine for twelve shillings a week tried Now I am a made man for life God gives to mo t men at A great least cue good opportunity iroeian general was met by a group of Wpgnrs and- he said to them If you will want beasts to plow your land dmiiav fro Dr Â¬ 1 Â¬ cothed tortoise the sloth the snail the eroci dlle repel us while tho deer and the gazelle are as pleasing as they are llect and from the swift wings of innumer Â¬ able birds God has spared no purple or Fold or jet or crimson or snowy white- Â¬ ness Uesldes nil this the Uible is con stantly assaulting the vice of laziness Solonion seems to order the idler out of ls sight as being beyond all human in- Â¬ struction when ho says Jo to the ant thou sluggard consider her ways and be w ise And Haul seems to drive him P from his dining table before ho gets through with its iirst course of food AVUh tho assertion If anv will not writ neither shall he eat Sow what are the causes of laziness nnd what are its evil results I know a an who was never up to time It fcecmed impossible for him to meet nn engagement When he was to be mar Â¬ ried he missed the train His watch teemed to take tho habits of its owner ndwas always too slow He had a constitutional lethargy for which ho ld not icem responsible So indolence often arises from the natural tempero yn I do not know but that is constitutional tendency to this vice in evry man However act Iv you may generally be havo you Jiot on pcmo warm spring day felt a UtKh of this feeling on you although Tou nav have shaken it off as you Â¬ with attractiveness The ontd a reptile Hut some nro so pow- Â¬ I Just nt tho erfully tempted to this by their bodily of plans timo when his long thoughtwore about to bo sueconstitution that all the work of their ccssful Lot no young man begin life life has Wen accomplished with this with reverie is There noth lethargy hangingon their back or trend ing accomplished without hard work ng on their heels You sometimes be do not in idleness expect something to hold It in 1 hlldluHd The child moping turn up It will turn down Indolence nnd lounging within doors while his nnd wickedness always mako bad luck brothers anil sisters are at play or If ho Thcso people of reverie aro always join them he Is behind tu c cry race niKjut to begin They say Walt a nnd beaten In every game little So with tho child who had a His nerves his muscles his bones cage containing a beautiful canary nnd nro smitten with this palsy Ho vege- Â¬ the door of the cage was open and n eat tates rather than lives creeps rather was in thu room Hotter vhut the door than walksyawns rather than breathes of the cage said the mother Watt a The animal in his nature is stronger minute said the boy While ho was than the intellectual He is generally a waiting tho feline creature with ono great eater and active only whcnho nprlng took the canary Tho way that can digest that which he has many lose the opportunity of a lifetime eaten It requires as much effort for is by the same principle They say him to walk as for others to run My advice is not to Wait a minute Languor and drowsiness are his natural wait at all inheritance He is built for a slow sail- Â¬ Again bad habits area fruitful source ing vessel a heavy hulk nnd an in Â¬ of indolence Sinful Indulgences shut sufficient cut water IMaeo an active a mans shop and dull his tools and steal man in such a bodily structure and the his prolits Dissoluteness Is generally latter would be shaken to pieces in one the end of industry Thcro arc those day Kvcry law of physiology de Â¬ who have the rare faculty of devoting mands that he be supine Such none is occasionally a day or a week to loose In- Â¬ not responsible for this powerful ten dulgences and nt the expiration of that dency of his nature His great duty is time go back with bleared eyes and resistance tremulous hands and bloated ohecks to When I see a man lighting an unfor- Â¬ the faithful and successful performance tunate temperament all my sympathies of their duties Indeed their employers aro aroused and I think of Victor nod neighbors expect this amusement Hugos account of a scene on a war or occasional season of frolic and was- Â¬ ship where in the midst of a storm at sail Some of the best workmen and sea a great cannon got loose and It most skillful artisans havo this mode of was crashing this way and that and conducting themselves but as the time would have destroyed the ship and the rolls on the season of dissipation be Â¬ chief gunner at the almost certain de Â¬ comes mora protracted and tho season struction of his own life rushed at it of steadiness and sobriety mora limited with a handspike to thrust between tho until the employer becomes m6ro dis spokes of the wheel of the rolling can- Â¬ gusted and the man is given up to a connon and by a fortunate leverage arrest Â¬ tinual and ruinous idleness When ed the gun till it could be lashed fast that point has arrived he rushes to Hut that struggle docs not seem so dis- Â¬ destruction with astonishing velocity heartening as that man enters upon When a man witli wrong proclivities of who attempts to light his own tempera appetite has nothing to do no former mentwhether it bo too fast or too slow self respect or moral restraint or tho too nervous or too lymphatic jGod help beseeehihgs of kindred can save him him for God only can The sonly safety for a man who feels Furthermore indolence is often a re- himself under the fascination of any sult of easy circumstances Hough ex Â¬ form of temptation is an employment perience in earlier life seems to be nec Â¬ which affords neither recreation nor essary in order to make a man active holiday Nothing can be more unfor and enterprising Mountaineers are tunate for v mnn of evil inclination nearly always swarthy and those who than nn occupation which keeps him have toiled among mountains of trouble exceedingly busy during a part of the get the most nerve and muscle and year and then leaves him for weeks and brain Those who have become the de- Â¬ mouths entirely unemployed There liverers of nations once had no where arc many men who can not endure pro Locusts and wild tracted leisure The are like fractious to lay their heads honey have been the fare of man a steeds that must constantly be kept to John the IJaptist while those who have the load for a weeks quiet makes them been fondled of fortune and petted and intractable and uncontrollable Had praised have often grown up lethargic habits prodice idleness and idleness They have none of that heroism which produces bad habits The probability is that you will cither comes from fighting ones own battles have to give up your loosu indulgences The warm summer sun of prosperity or else give up your occupation Sin has weakened and relaxed them among the luxuries of life ex- Â¬ will take all enthusiasm out of yourÂ¬ Horn ertion has been unnecessary and there work and make you sick of lifes drudgfore they spend their time in taking it ery and though now and then betweeu easy They may enter into business your seasons of dissipation you inny but they are unfitted for its application again in t he base of some high and noble for its hardships for its repulses and end even though you catch the game up after having lost the most of that rousewill to sudden activity and start sink back into slothfnlness be- Â¬ you which they have invested go back to thorough inaction This costly yacht fore you havo roasted that which you may do well enough on the smooth took in hunting Uad habits unlit man politics glassy bay but can not live an hour for everything but Now what are tho results of indo- Â¬ amid a chopped sea of this Another cause of indolence is severe lence A marked consequence healthiThe vice is physical disease There arc those discouragement around us who started life with the ness of the whole natural world de tossed most sagacious expectation Their en- Â¬ pends upon activity The winds of all com- and drivtn in endless circuits scatter Â¬ terprise excited the remark peers Unt some sudden and overwhel- Â¬ ing the mists from the mountains and ming misfortune met them and hence Â¬ scooping out death damps from the of forth they have been inactive Trouble eaves and blasting tho miasma at Â¬ more deter swamps and hurling back the fetid instead of making them They mosphere of great cities are healthy mined has overthrown them just because of their swiftness and un have lost all self reliance Uut after n men and all oc Â¬ eontrollableness of sweep They imagine that all against them They hang while the wind falls and the hot sun currences aie their heads where once they walked up- pours through It ami when the leaves Holds bend not right They never look you in the are still and tho grain pestilence smites misanthropic and once all daylong then eves They become its victims and digs trenches for tho pronounce all men liars and scoundrels melancholic and threadbare to dead Tho fountain born far up in They go their graves Yon can not rouse them the wild wood of forthe mountain every obstacle to actum by the most glittering offer come down brighter persons have been against which it is riven and singing n In most cases these of honorable and upright all their lives new song on every shelf rollsrock over over tho which it bounds till it for rogues never get discouraged as tho valley not water wheels in there is always some other plot they ashamed to grind corn and runs have not laid and some other trap they There are but few through the long grass of the meadow have not sprung down to dip the willows sadder sights than a man of talent and wherebranches and reach unyoked oxen the up their tact and undoubted capacity giving Healthy to cool life as a failure like a lino of magnili come at eventide Happy water against wharves water Height water cent steamers rotting some stream too lazy any more from which they ought to have been While gathers itself into a wayside to run carrying the exportations of a nation wallow and 111 thy livery great financial panic produces a pool where the swine and rep over tho large crop of such men in the great es insects hop among thosurface and frogs ooze tablishments where they were partners tiles crawl hideous croak and by day their in business they are now weighers or utter and by night there rises from tho foul small salary draymen or clerks on llcvcrie is also a cause of Indolence mire and green smm fever and plague Â¬ activity There are multitudes of men who ex and death There is an endless who under foot and overhead Not one four pect to achieve great success in life llowcr bed not one Uyon nro entirely unwilling to put forth any oclock in the pane not ono squirrel 1i10ril or intellectual efforts the window physical Â¬ cones of tho Thev have a great many eloquent the- Â¬ gathering food from the ex white pine not ono rabbit feeding ories of life They are all the while fall- Â¬ pecting something to turn up They on uover tops not ono drop one not shower the pass their life in dreaming They have ing in how men sud- Â¬ minnow dancing In tho sea not read In light literature from tho grass denly and unexpectedly come to large ono quail whistling in tho sky but is gold at not ono hawk cawing estates or founM a pot of barled luck busy now and U busy always fulfilling the foot of tho rainbow of good them his mission as certainly as any monarch great offer mmlo or had some or any angel in Heaven You They have passed their lives In reverie on earth shout of the plow boys busy in pinched with hear thu Notwithstanding ho is of the whlfllo poverty and any other man would be tho Held and the rnttio forlorn prospect ho is trees on the harrow but you do not downcast at the that there is more industry in tho always cheerful and sanguine and know upturned and in the dumb vege Â¬ earth jovial for ho doos not know but that of as- Â¬ tation under foot than in all that you lie may bo within a dnj or two help see If you put your car ton lump of Ymi en not tonishing success you may hear nothing in tho being entertained by his cheerfulness riven sod aplcuhu of grass but there wishes him roots uid of temper All the world body any nro at work spades an cleavers and well for ho never did any rams and in Â¬ tho same pile drivers Mid battel harm At last he dies In justsorrowfu ternecine wars I do ntt wonder that condition in which he lived tho world the lively fancy of the tnynta saw only because he must leave Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ in the Inanimate creation around Floras and Pomonas nnd Graces and Fauns nnd Furies nnd Satyrs wwl Nywpluk Nothing ie Everything is Husy inanimate except tho man who can not see tho life and hear tho music At the creation the morning stars sang together but they wero only tho choir which was to lend all tho stars and all the mountains nnd all tho seas in Gods worship All natural objects seem at one nnd the same time uniting in work nnd joy and worship In Gods creation then is no pause in either the worship or the work or the joy Amid all nat Â¬ ural objects at one and tho sumo timo it is Hallow Hon and Whit Sunday and Ash Wednesday and All Saints Day All the healthy l suuty of that which we see and hear in the natural world is dependent upon activity and unrest Men will bo healthy- - Intellectually morally and physically only upon tho I condition of an active industry know men die every day of overwork They drop down In coal pits and among the spindles of northern factories and on the cotton plantations of tho south In every city and town and village you find men groaning under bunions as in tho east tho eamels stagger under their loads between Aleppo and Damascus Life is crushed out every day at counters and work shops and nnvils Hut there aro other multitudes who die from mcro Inertia Indulgences every day contracting diseases boeond tho cnth olicon of allopathy and homeopathy and eclecticism Hnther than work they rush upon lancets and scalpels Nature has provided for those who violate her laws by inaelvity what rheum for tho eyes and what gout for the feet and what curvature for the spine nnd what strictures for the chest and what tubercles for the lungs and what rheumatisms for the muscles and what neuralgias for the nerves Nature in time arranges every such culprit at her bar and presents against him anindictmentof 100 counts and convicts him on each one of them Tho lnws of nature will not stop their action because men may be ignorant of Disease when it comes to do its them work does not ask whether you under Â¬ stand hygiene or pathology or ma- Â¬ teria medioa If there were not so many lies written on tombstones and in obituaries you would see what multitudes of the worlds inhabitants are slain in their attempts to escape the necessity of toil Men cross oceans and continents and climb tho Alps and sit under the sky of Italy or the shadow of the Egyptian Pyramid and go down into ancient ruins nnd bath at Haden linden and come homo with tho same shortness of breath and the same poor digestion and the same twitching of the nerves when at home with their own spade they might have dug health out of the ground or with their own nx hewn health out of a log or with their own scythe garnered health from thu grain Hold There are many who estimate tho respectability of an occupation by the little exertion it demands and would not have their children enter any employment where their hands may bo soiled forgetting that a laborers overall are just as honorable as priests robes and nn anvil is just us respectable as a pulpit Health Hies from the bed I can not sleep of down nnd says here and from tho table spread with ptarmigan and epicurism viands saying I can not eat here and from the vesicle of soft cushions and easy springs I can not ride here and from saying houses luxurious ly warmed and uphol I can not live here stered saying some day yon meet Health who deand clined all these luxurious places walking in tho plows furrows or sweltering beside the hissing forge or spinning among tho looms or driving a dray or tinning a roof or carrying hods of brick up a ladder A SHORT LIVED BUREAU Tho lutttiit Oltlrn IMithlMhril It tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FUR TRADERS Their Rtoekadetl JFoetii ta th Urrat North- - tf Tho stockaded forts wero nearly al alike Tho stockado waa of timber of about such a height that a man might look over it on tiptoe It had towers at the corners nnd York Fort had u great lookout tower within tho inqlosure Within the barricade were tho com Â¬ panys buildings making altogether such a picture ns New York presented when the Dutch founded it and called it New Amsterdam except that wo had a church and a stndt house in our en- Â¬ closure The Hudson Hay buildings Were sometimes arranged in a hollow square nnd sometimes in tho shape of a letter H with tho factors houso connecting the two other parts of the character The factors house was tho best dwel- Â¬ ling but there wero many smaller ones for the laborers mechanics hunters and other non commissioned men A long low whitewashed log houso was apt to be tho clerks house nnd other largo buildings were tho stores where merchandise was kept tho fur houses where the furs skins and pelts wero stored and the Indian trading house in which all the bartering was done A powder house ice house oil house and either a stable or a iKvit houso for canoes completed the past All tho houses had double doors and windows and whenever the men lived thero was a tremendous stove setup to battle with tho cold The uIkmIo of jollity was tho clerks house or bachelors quarters Each man had a little bedroom containing his chest a chair and a bed with the walls covered with pictures cut from illustrated papers or not according to each mans taste The big room or hall where all met iu the long nights and on off days was as baro as u bald- pa to so far as its whitewashed or timbered walls went but the table In the middle was littered with pipes tobacco papers books and pens and Ink anil all around stood or rested on hooks overhead guns foils and fishing rods On Wednesdays and Saturdays there was no work in at least one big factory Ureakfast was served at nine oclock dinner ut one oclock and tea at six oclock Tho food varied in different places All over the prairie and plains great stores of pemmlcan were kept and men grew to like It very much though It was nothing but dried buffalo with and mixed beef pounded melted fat Hut where they hud pemmlcan they also enjoyed buffalo hunch In tho season and that was the greatest delicacy except moose inutile the nose of the moose In all the territory In tho woods and lake country there wero venison and moose as well as beaver which is very good eatingand many sorts of birds but in that region dried fish salmon in thu west nnd lake trout or white fish nearer the bay was the staple Tho young fellows hunted and fished and smoked and drank anil listened to the songs of the voyagcurs and the yarns of tho breeds and Indians For tho rest t there was plenty of work to do Julian Halph In Harpers Magazine Â¬ Â¬ IT WAS NO USE They Coulil Nut Uerelve IVnpIn hy Their Afftvtiiil IiiilinVrence Thy hand of fate operating through the head waiter seated them at the most conspicuous table In thodhilng room fiercely hissed Dont stare at away The fair young girl at his side blushed and looked very much confused Hum coughed he ostentatiously eyeing the menu Hut he was overdoing it Nobody was mo so lovingly ho or youll give it all c deceived Hrlng us some mock turtle ho com Â¬ manded attempting a growl but real- Â¬ - Coiifeueruey states established a patent oflloe at Richmond Vn Tho patent fund of this office was set apart for the exclusive use of its business and did not belong to the general treasury nor was it subject to bo drawn upon for any other purpose than for tho benefit of the pat ent olllce itself At the beginning of the year ISO a surplus amounting to 2iU707 had accumulated Tho receipts during tho year 1SG3 were 507000 and tho expenditures 570005 the revenues falling a llttlt behind tho outlays 111 application were filed and 80 patents granted nearly one half relating to fire arms and ordnance One patent was Issued to n citizen of Hnvarla for n design for a bust of Stonewall Jackson A citizen of tho union applying for a patent would havo been treated as u foreign subject During the samo year tho United States patent ofllco received 0011 applications granted 1170 patents re- Â¬ ceived eiUSAOaSU and expended in war implements thero were till patents and WD in agriculture Helen Frances Shedd In Chautauquan Â¬ Â¬ Hy act of the con fedora to congress approved May Jl ISO tho seceding Â¬ izing only a tremolo gasp Dont call mo unypet names hero he whispered from tho side of his mouth itii She tried to look unconcerned but became rodder in tho face every moment Ho essayed to look savage but made a distinct failure of it Kr lovely morning he suddenly olorved aloud with a sickly attempt ut nonchalance Ye yes my 1 Sh Dont call mo any pet names Why youd give us away In a mlnuto He assumed a feeble imitation of lofty She seemed about ready Indifference to sink through tho lloor George very softly He tried to scowl prodigiously with only Indifferent success I extremely pianissimo think everybody is looking at us He was uneasy and his hands wero much in the way Hut inspiration - Â¬ came Â¬ 159-H-t- H he suddenly ox claimed very audibly tho look of in- Â¬ credulity on his face was a fulr simula- Â¬ as if we had tion of tho real thing r leen married four years does it N no George It doesnt seem at lust t ig The whole Interior of Newfoundland Only 0111 Is an unknown territory white man has ever made tho Journey from cast to west a Mr Cormaslc who accomplished tho feat in ISJV Consequently thero Is no map of Nowloind land extant which Is in any degreo reliable It is a very curious factthuia valuable tract of land with con iron and silver in its bowels nnd perfectly acccssiblo to the oxplorors should re main so lontf unknown l ofcton Glob An IuUiHOfii IUrIoii The bald headed individual near thu door got choked with his soup but with that exception there wus not a soul in tho room that did not smile Presently tho brldil couple retired Their appetites appeared not to be oV tho most robust Detroit Tribune V Â¬ Â¬ wants to make a Tattered Jim polite request foe noma cast olt 61oi Mioky How should 01 put it 01 Wanted Ah Knvelepe T Micky start out dh way MeCallu Well wwllfr I bejf to luclo yos orUr s Puck Hazel Geeen Herald 8PEK0ER COOPER LEE COUNTY Friday Tub HAZEL GREEN In general when we hear of nny great Editor invention being made that is destined to revolutionize the economic and political conditions of the country wo naturally exnect tho inventor to be a distinguished savant or at least an inhabitant of Hoa ton or some other sacred city of tho North The prevailing opinion seems to be that no good can come out of Nazareth and that the people north of KY the Ohio river have a cinch on all im Â¬ Atucrlcn AiimlKi LOOK OUT FOR OUR X allllUlUimIIUt U- Ren i unirrr I t VnwuciaringuiWBgr 135 E MAIN STREET - BARGAIN COUNTERS Will Pa RKTiD Custom Houn Squr LEXINGTON KY June 3 1892 cutting nchnu Current News and Comment Miiwtosippi now is ncl through tho Arkansas bottoniH oppo site Memphis and threatens to leave tho city high and dry with u mile or more of sandbar between town and stream Tub Cleveland boom continues to grow and it is now intimated that David Bennett Hill may withdraw 8uppose forthesakoof harmony that both Hill and Cleveland withdraw and leave the field to Carlisle Some idea of the damngo sustained by floods in Louisiaua Arkansas Illinois Missouri Iowa and Kansas may be gain ed from tho estimate recently telegraph ed Bradstrccts agency which places the loss at 82000000 A cyclone struck tho town of Wel- Â¬ lington Kansas on Friday night of last week and nearly one hundred persons wore either killed or sovcrely injured while tho property damage reaches into thousands upon thousands of dollars of Pennsylvania said in an interviow last week I think 700 delegates will present the name of James G Blaino to tho Republican convention at Minneapolis ou Juno 7th and Sena tor Quay is certainly on tho inside when it comes to pointers in Kepublican poli- Â¬ Senator Quay Â¬ Â¬ tics The Hebrew organization of Western Pennsylvania has information that Baron Hindis scheme for the colonization of Russian refugees in the Argentine Re-Â¬ public is a gigantic failure and that the refugees aro heading for tho United States the land of tho freo and the home of tho bravo was Saturday night again tho scono of a murder and as usual a a woman was at the bottom of it and he an exceedingly frail and falso female at that In Carrie Martins gilded pal Â¬ ace of sin Billy Boiling shot to death Louisville r Harry Dent for alienating tho womans affection from himself was elected ono of tho delegates to Chi Â¬ cago from this district upon which wo hasten to congratulate him But while wo aro proud of his preferment we are also pained that he is so ardently anti Cleveland Whoop em up for Carlislo John and all may yet bo well with us Col John P Salyku got there and And Jim Clarkson cwwhilo headsman in tho pOBt oflico department at Washing ton is for Blaino for President Verily it seems that Benny is being badly dealt with by his former henchmen and ho doubtless now realizes that therois much truth in tho saying if you warm a enakolnto life it will turn upon and bite you Boss Reed is forninst tho present ad ministration and recontly remarked to a reporter I am in favor of any Repub Â¬ lican who can beat Harrison for tho nom Â¬ ination Why is Tom so cantankerous that ho is ready to jump on Harrison and his follower with both feet Did Ben ny fail to roward him for his rulings in uongrcftjT Â¬ provements and discoveries ery or rather an invention tance of which can not be exaggerated has however been made by a simple in Â¬ habitant of this countyProf E R Chambers son of ex Judge Chambers which will amplify the present political muddlo by eliminating the Farmers Al Thanks to liiinnn n a factor in politics the granger Prof Chambers invention will not stand deuce high in the game to be played in tho Novemlwr election or as tho professor enthusiastically remarks The dis- Â¬ ho will not bo in it at nil covery to which I allude is a method of taking certain elements from tho soil and combining them with certain other Ilemcnts or constituents from tho air water and sunshine and thus producing grain of various kinds without waiting for tho slow process of nature Prof Chambers or Lige as he is commonly called has already succeeded in produc- Â¬ ing wheat at a cost of ten cents a bushel that was graded at the Chicago elevators as Al The professor expects to soon simplify the invention so as to produce a No 1 article of family Hour at a cost of 1 per barrel Society has been enlivened during tho past week by tho presence of some of Wolfe countys fairest belles The Mieses Sora and Dora Horton daughters of the County School Superintendent have been visiting with their cousin J F Horton on Upper Bear Creek and their uncle J F White of America while their cousin the charming Miss Cora has been visiting with her uncle Elder M Tyler of Freytags Creek We all in this section are uncultured and uncouth in many ways but our hearts aro leal and true and wo will remember thorn kindly while lifo shall last and hope to bo remembered by them In the words of the poet Tears fell the morn they started From eyes unused to weep and wo hope to have the pleasure of see- Â¬ ing them again soon and often Let them bo assured that for them the latch string will always hang out and thoy can depend upon always having both chain when they como and should they bring escorta with them we will give thorn tho escorts tho floor to 9pit on Tho churches in this section are pros- Â¬ pering and tho prcachen report largo accessions to their numbers This is as it While we do not believe Bhould be world to be a vestibule with double this doon to hell and a narrow ladder by which a few of the thinner sort may as cend to heaven yet we do know that the Creator deserves much of us and a de- Â¬ cent regard for his church and people will help us considerably in the wind up Tho coming convention is attracting much attention from our people and whilo we have a great admiration for Cleveland we doubt tho propriety of nominating him As for Hill he has certainly learned that it is bad policy to still hunt with a brass band attachment Mack America May 23 Â¬ Â¬ A discov- Â¬ the impor- Â¬ Tm to Beat All Is Â¬ WATCHES DIAMONDS CLOCKS Solid Sillrer hold of n Stock of Goods at 50 AND cents on tho dollar spot cash Optical Goods which we are ioinjr to irive to our friends and the public while it lasts We have made up our minds that we are go WHOLESALE ing to show the people that we appreciate their splendid patronage in the past and we Sare going to sell the splendid MT STERLING KY purchase we made at less than r Cousignmeuts of produce the goods can be manufactured patronage of Mountain Merchants and the respect Jel4ly for All we ask of vou is to fully solicited J It Sharp Bruce Trimble T G Denton give our several While in Cincinnati we got JWLRY Trimble Bros 8OGB We are going to name a few of the many big drives Have now a complete line of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes we will offer you and Gents Furnishing Goods Good Plaid Cotton sold for 8Jc now 5c a yard We solicit an inspection of Now Spring Style Shirting Prints fast colors 4c a yard New Spring Style Dress Prints fast colors 6c a yard our goods and guarantee pri A look Â¬ BARGAIN - TABLES a yard SHARP TRIMBLE DENTON MT STERLING KY riaid Cheviot Suiting former price 15c now 6c committed suicide in Cincinnati because he was told to hunt another boarding Iiouho and it now transpires that ho was heir to an estate of 10000 in Germany Some peoplo are altogether too hasty Mr Voght only for this might today bo thu jolly landlord of a boarding house of his own Adolph Vooht a Gorman recently Ii7Aixa tho boom days Middlesbor ough started out on metropolitan princi Â¬ ples by providing princely salaries for all its city ollicors and n lot of sinecures besido But tho boom days have gone and with them departed the desirable places The town council recently met and rovisod matters and in consequence tho taxpayers will now save 9000 Or more annually Tho boom bunted bed rock was struck and business enterprises will now have u chance Oklahoma Observation And thousands of other items we could name at equally Mn Emtok After seeing my letter in print I attempt to write again hoping low prices In addition to above immense bargains we will this will escape tho waste basket I ap to every cash purcaaser of o 00 or over also to every preciate the dear IIkhald so much I sell can hear from all my Kentucky friends person paying us 1000 or over in cash on notes and accounts by taking The Herald This is a beau Coffee for One of tiful country wo have such nice land Â¬ here I think when this place gots set We also give free to every cash purchaser of 100 tled up liko tho old States that it will moro a very handsome gilt frame looking glass or a Wo wero all very or be a beautiful place We have the largos t bluo hero while it was so dry here but large size picture or chromo papa was nothing compared to Mr Hogg His face was as long as my arm and you could almost step on his under lip But now It li rnlncil nml wc are all rejoicing St t St t olltsido of Louisville want vour pat and I think Mr llocs will bo out preach- ing right Htrnight Well we have plenty j ronage and will make prices to secure It of rattlesnakes hero My brothers Jim- We will also take in exchange for merchandise or on inie and Kelly killed a large rattler tho t amnmts ftU Idiuls or merchantable produce live other day and it was tho first I ever saw liko to live in Texas splendid but the SIOOK saw logs ami railroad ClOSS ties wind and storms snakes and prairiodogs are fearful Success to Thk Hkuaid and its editor Axxik Ixukam Â¬ Â¬ Camels Hair Suitings formerly 20c now 10c a yard Heavy Jeans two good colors 10c a yard Heavy Coitonade worth 20c now JOc a yard Cedar Pencil 6c a dozen Large Kubber Head Lead Pencils 10c a dozen Falcon Bank and School Pens 5c a dozen 76 Needles or three papera for 5c Large size Shaving Glass worth 10c for 5c Extra large size Shoe Blacking 5c a box Good Shoe Brush for 10c Good Garter Web I yards 5c or 25c a bolt 2 Extra large boxes Lily White for 5c Heavy Weight Note Paper 24 sheets or 1 quire 5c 50 Envelopes or 2 packages for 5c Five Thimbles all sizes for 5c Extra large Gilt Back Blank Book for 5c Wire Garters and Sleeve Holders 5c 24 Shoe Laces for 6c 7 8 and 9 inch Covered Dress Steels 5c a dozen Large 8inch Rubber Redding Comb for 5c Largo Horn and Rubber Fine Comb two for 5c Large Double Lock Money Purse 5c School and Package Strap 10c Ladies Hose absolutely fast black 5c a pair Ladies Fancy Hoso extra large 5c a pair Seamless Mixed Socks 6c a pair Splendid Fancy Socks 6c a pair Childrens Black and Fancy Hose 5c a pair Fancy Domet Flannel Overshirs 25c each Mens Fancy Web End Suspenders 10c a pair 28 inch Turkey Red Bandana Handkerchief for 5e Childrens Fancy Handkerchiefs lc each Extra heavy and well made Striped Jeans Pants worth Extra heavy 10 rib Umbrellas for 75c each Genuine Gloria Silk Umbrellas for 1 each Large Fancy Border Hand Towels 10c a pair Fancy Colored Window Curtains good 5c a yard Ono dozen Napkins fringed for 25c ces satisfactory and articles as recommended Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY Capital J M G L 200000 W V 1 Surplus THOMSON 30000 BIGSTAFF President KIHKPATRICK Vice President Cashier Â¬ o We respectfully solicit the business of merchants tamers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a chance to send you a bank book nay your checks aud loan vou monev when in need W Thompson Cash R S STRADER Successors to 74 SON Co J A Lail E Main LEXINGTON KY Wholesale Dealers in Strket Straight Kentucky Brandies Whiskies c Wines FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY CIGARS AND TOBACCO Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old Tarr and Old Taylor H 150 for 100 a pair 1 G FEDER Cut Price House 105 IG7 RACE STREET CINCINNATI OHIO IIOSI- BLANKETS SIS PENDENS nml nil kinds of smnll wares and other goods in Notion and Furnishing Goods Line KUY UNDEKWEAIL GIOYKS SHAWLS Fkiiki Co Church Street New York Special attention to until orders II it G 500 6 Pounds our Choicest Dollar THE WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY N II WITIIEIISPOON President It I II INTEK Cashier General Merchandise Ac i This Jlnnk solicits the accounts of chants farmers traders and business men Paid up CnpitnT 20000000 Surplus 6000000 tilirriillr tliriimrlimit Piwtni ti and oilers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate blinking octllv Wntitikv ROSE DeBUSK lMlACTKAL Eldorado Okla May li 1S92 A cablegram from Calcutta May 29 says tho cholora epidemic at Srinegar in the Valo of Cashmere continues its tor riblo course In tho last four days out of 17 I persona attacked 900 havo died Now is tho timo to subscribe J T DAY THIS -- CO Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers HAZEL GREEN ICY lllncksmithing of all kinds solicited anil work promptly done We make special of building 2horsc wngntiN and guarantee all work NOTICE All who are iudchtcd to the linn or either of us for work must conic and settle and cnshorsutMaetory terms will he demanded for all work done hereafter Thanking vou for past patronage and m Melting a continuance of the same we respectfully KOMI A-- IKlllK i 3 V o OF EASTERN KENTUCKY t- - 4 rr - i VtlAZlili Uliii rtulattoii i J nnnTAT AJLiiiuiui V111 TTWDATTV - 1 l sual occurrence but Mr Hampton paid Trade liich to seonre Mountain little attention to it thinking the dog ADVBItTISING ItATES Solo proprietors of tho renowned jtirSolo proprietors of tho famous would follow after him Going a short TiiASHiUNT HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL I NERVE KINO Vi fit a nAnmmnilf lUir nf Pfltliri tl ill Al less Tlm jtttK fimi1i ln to ftiklit ri nt niton xlvertisements inserted hr tor thnu 3 distance and finding the dog did not the Brat guarantee to euro nil Pains mult will hi -7S cent an el he t flute Priirinaimtl CkIIiv Vtnrrlinn TlvsX illHnokniid nil disorders of the Kldifcysl nl oath I ThnilMlIlllH of ecr nil llrllliirv OrifAllfl i iiits an inch lor each sub called him Reluctantly the dog then Itlflcnlou nf tlml Ulirt llRVA lUPll- tlllJ 2niitrv ntn ITvml rmilK nml orfVr1 insertion tncquciit innlly The best Liniment In the world remedy will be sent on Application K jsTAM TllASSIBNT AnVKKTIHINU MUST followed in a lifeless dont care way and 1 PKICE 100 PHICE 25 CBNTS f n IV AIVANIK Hampton bent his enemies toward acek- 8TANUINU ADVKUTISHMKNTS frFou Salb by Dnvo Stows and Country Storks Everywhere i s i i cohig out a squirrel to shoot for his sick io tiifiiitlm rA wife and paid vv little attention tothodog 3 inches vni t furiic Hearing anoiseasif made by a horse run 10 fO MMMOIHMMIIMMtMIMll 4 I it t twill Vf ning through the undergrowth ho look- Â¬ 1110111 5 I A ivi tt ed back and discovered the dog running - CINCINNATI O 115 W Third 113 Liberal rates on larger advertisements direct toward him and snapping right ramie known on implication Realizing then that tho doc Local notices to be ititcrspersml among and left WIIOLKSALK n line wun a tiis- reauitK matter H cents ttmv rim u month was rabid Mr Hampton ran un a fallen by W H CILL1S tree and from that position fought the or more in m w dog oil finally shooting him in the Obituaries iiiiv mm rum til II l M HIPHIK l nut t u m nnic mouth when ho tumbled down tho hill m taonev Willi tne manuscript ahituiiries and publish nt 5 cents a line as if with blind staggers snapping the Marriage and death iiotiee not exceeding while at everything in reach Hurrying KitKK MORGAN COUNTY tea lines solieltcd and published Ahvkktisino home Mr Hampton saw the dog go T4I HI1US Hon UKiiAi Kxnl Kvnlutlons JVYAlUKQlAUTlCltlY ON DKMAND through the yard on a snapping run and MaAjl 11 iForebodings of a prospective Peoples SlKNTBR fOOPKR Address followed and again shot him slightly Hazel Green Ky party candidato for Congress in this THE BEST The neighbors were warned to look out 10th Congressional district for the dog but in his run down Lacy were n candidate Creek he bit several other dogs and came HOTIGE You bet Id be a hummer on toward Hazel Green Late Saturday Id enter in the field of fate night or Sunday he was again seen on ovcr- Wo have just And electioneer all summer linliwl nnr miiilinir the creek and Jerry Proflitt killed him Id visit every crossroads town list and the date after your name shows but as he bit several other dogs it will And have just lots of fti1 paid up to If you are the time you are The please send your renewal at be well enough to keep a lookout for in arrears Id hand eigars and liquor round mad dogs once as we need money badly and must And tatty by tho ton Collect ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE Id compliment the ladies can bo made Tt not ii Pitpnr Pniiifc but the best The entertain men ta nt Hazel Green And that too with a vigor by an experiended Practical Painter with the assistance of Mrs D S Godsey is visiting Mr God Academy will begin on Monday evening Id kiss nil the white girl babies next at 8 oclock l M at which time is guaran- Â¬ the latest improved and powerful machinery sey ou Copper Creek this week Hut Id never touch a nigger will have a declamatory the young ladies Will cover one half more space teed to give satisfaction And if on tho election day Mrs Wiley Perkins of Lacy Creek contest for a handsome medal and on than lead and oil mixed by hand Sent freight paid for Id fail to be elected will please accept thanks for some nice Tuesday evening the young men will I would say The only thing thing that One reliable dealer wanted in each 150 per gallon onions declaim for a like prize Rev H D Its just ns I expected town Send for color cards etc to Mrs M V Potts of West Hazel Clark of Mt Sterling will lecture on Thomas Lykins nud wife of Caney KY Green has our thanks for a bunch of Wednesday evening and on Thursday are visiting in town On their way here night the entertainment by the literary nice lettuce frightened and ran societies will be held consisting of reci- Â¬ their horso became Examino the date after your name on tations dialogues tableaux vocal mu- Â¬ away but they managed to leap from themselves this paper and if in arrears please send sic etc The closing exercises will begin the buggy in time to save in your renewal at once At a recent meeting of Ezel Lodge An ad- Â¬ on Friday morning at 9 oclock A M tho proposition to 550 F Campbell Raiser and wife colored of mission fee of ten centa will be charged No tho assessment for the Widows increaso iillmoro Creekr have our thanks for a on Monday Tuesday and Thursday even ings the proceeds to apply to the benefit and Orphans Homo carried without a wuple of nice frying chickens the first Ky May 10 1892 of the school but the lecture on Wednes- dissenting voice we have had this spring Contiguous to Hazol Green Kentuoky William Wards coal bank fell in a To the Trade of Eastern day night and closiug exercises of Friday We have this day completed arrangements with tho Luther Trimble and Miss Lou Alice will be free to all few days ago and some miners came very above named firm and will handle their goods in largo quan- Â¬ Hale of Montgomery county eloped to near getting mashed We acknowledge the receipt of tho fol Paris on Thursday week and were marWe especially invite an inspection by the merchants Misses Minnie Nickell and Myrtle tities received some days ried by County Judge Russell Mann lowinc invitation Woolery left this morning ou a visit to as we are prepared to duplicate any and all prices quoted in since and regret that it is beyond our Louisville Cincinnati or Knoxville Merchants can buy John Bays a prominent stock trader power to attend The invitation js self Harrison county their doors and save large freight bills Mrs J F Lockhart and daugkter and these goods almost of Morgan county was stabbed at a explanatory but we can assure the pro- Â¬ son are visiting We are preparod blind tiger any and all times to furnish tlieso goods on White Oak creek in fessor that a host of his friends here join Mrs J M Ingram and that county May 21 and died on the with us in wishing him a nexer ending in Mt Sterling in any and every quality size and price All wo ask is a following Wednesday Dr J F Lockhart is having a veran- trial Respectfully happiness along with his bonuib bride added to his already nice residence dah Mrs William A Lane Mr Hazol Greon Ky Jimmie Cecil of Ezel was here Tuesyour presence request T E Johnson who has been quite ill day with his handsome horse Forrest at the marriage of their daughter for several days is now some better Stonewall and will be here again on the Bessie Born on the 25th to the wife of Jits 15th and 10th inst which will probably to bo the lost appearance of this horse at Dennis an eleven pound boy Mr Andrew Jackson Kllctt T T riAav fYTIntrnvt IrntK brn homfi Blurt May 80 tins place Wednesday morning June 1st AftAr trying lUclne of Jay Kyivaec remedy IWliyaj ft UrwjBHBcu removed Mnjtown MUnll every known Eighteen hundred und ninety two We have just overhauled our mailing of two year standing from a 3 year old Ally nt eleven ocloek J B Cecil and wife of Ezel wore viswith three applications of list and we hope you will look and see Christian Church in town Friday and Saturday iting if the date following your name is corChillicothe Missouri Wm Ayers and wife late of Morgan rect If not we will gladly correct it morning last tho court are visiting their son Anderson on Mill If date shows your time to be out please It la the best preparation 1 have ever tued or bear Early Friday of 1 heartily recommend it to all llorMaaea end your renewal at once houso and jail at Hindman in Knott Btreet We have hundred etueh tettlmonlala county together with the dwelling and The little son of Ed Mecks had a log I -- mm Kk John McQuinn of Lacy Creek has bottle Prlwei5B perend un76cAak yourdruUtforlt Itw a largo barn belonging to John M Baily wagon to run over his neck today with frUuip or illver for IrUl wx dot not keep It our thanks for a mess each of lettuce and CO Whiteliall N x were burned Tho fire was the work of two oak logs on tho wagon Strange to W 11 RDDY WA1THTBADK mark onions and enough pie plant for half a incendiaries the object being to destroy say it did not kill him but the wheel HHDRiiiiiiiiiMiii dozen or more pies The latter article the records as several men in the county striking a small rock saved his life is certainly the finest we have ever seen stood indicted for the murder of Deputy Hon J E Quicksall passed through in Kentucky ami the onions are not to Fortunately however Sheriff Artrip town last Friday evening on his way to bo sneezed eu at for size The unsigned take- - leMre in announcing that ihqr hv the records were saved and Judge Lilly Campton to attend the Peoples party till tin cimuiu ii IIIIHUy lllrtk CriCHII IMHIK I tin fnllnurlrtw nlllllll mtlB i On his return bonkN adopted liv the State Hoard of huueut J B Cecil has our thanks for a boss is we believe holding court there this convention Saturday io 3VS in 1890 Hays Nhw First Arithmetics ho said they MfiinttHvH Hiiuiii rriiuvr twist of home grown tobacco with the week The court house was built home yesterday Sunday Second Arithmetic 8MJ jtevmeu i ruucr loss will fall 60 Third Arithmetic fragrance of which we will commune in at a cost of 7000 and the 17 It Kclectio 8pcller made no nomination as there wcro not CO Key to muni 17 II upon tho taxpayers especially enough delegates to make a corporals Hettiltir First contentment while it lasts Mr Cecil is heavily 85 Hitrli Arithmetic no II Second Header rebuild it one of the best tobacco growers in this if they be called upon to another flash We Kev tome irr 4J II guard so there was Third Itcuder 55 McGuflfeya 1st Kclectio Geography 50 It oil Fourth Header section and he usually gets the top of were drilled in Mil when we used the 2d Kdcctie GeographyJ 1 10 75 II Happy West one of the horses ad Fifth Header the market price for all he produces 1 10 the flint and try again Wo ir 3d Kclectio Geography II Utl Stock Farm an flint to lick Sixth vrtiwd nt Ashland Park iLIImmIIiIIIII if t lie American Hook Company are well known MI from our lodge failed to get a delegate ine auove senooiMitHia inunmninnio l li t All annnlw nn liaml fnr uiln tn olinnli nMcerH After this week The Herald office will be seen by a glance at his pedigree Thero would go to the convention published bv the American JSel JS or pupils at the prices nonied Other will be in the new Herald building on is a half brother to that phenomenal that something got to be did and at once Hook Company 137 Walnut Street Cincinnati JjV0 Kich Hill east end of Main street where trotter Nancy Hanks and at the price at is Wo would too or we are gone suckers will at all times be glad towelcome which his hervices are offered at least send for Ethan Spikes but learn from DINGFELDER ir friends hear the news and receivo half of the farmers should breed to him Â¬ the Mt Sterling Gazette that he has BltYAN WITH and receipt for renewals or new subscrip Our farmers must awake to tho imporWITH called to Revnoldsville Bath coun breeding a better claw of stock Un tance of Call and see ub Â¬ ty to see something about tho ahorifr and they am never havo a better opporCO M race and now wo make tho Macedonian It is now getting late in the season than is presented in the Big 4 tunity ami ere it is too late we advise all lovers cry to his Undo Ben and if ho cant Importers and Jobber of at Ashland Park Stock Farm f fine trotting homes to writo Mr B J come do send us Betsey and the children say one word of encour- Â¬ Treacy at Lexington with regard to DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Georgo Rice of Mayiown is certainly that they might breeding at his establishment or btter a wimie souieu riciiwiiimn lid Wlll SUA agement before we are entirely gone Wingless till take their mares there at once No 587 689 and 64- 1It first class farmer He came up and May 80 H cnis Btiange that men will go on breed- - worked on our building a whole week -- Weflt Main 12 H WEST MAIN ST i mg to ordinary horses from year to year u i rMA nr tall rust and we very LOUISVILLE KY satisfied to net colte that will fetch tTSitihlv annreciate the service thus ren- LEXINGTON KY t 1100 as yearlings when the opportu- - dered Heres at you George and in AY HOUSE ty is offered them to obtain colts that your new vocation of farmer may you Haxrl Gkkex Ky wHl brine WOO to SI 000 nt the same ane nvervbody MKn iaiv UAi rrpriirvM I This home tas been reeeatly refltted and wiv pruui tji mi u Mime n 4 O uivu m uiihitr wo hope all Fair Association desires relHralshed and the table is at all tlwee smW The llaxel Green v iipwI mnncv badly and krnuida Fayette Wilkes West Cloud Executed at thiH oftlco i the highest to employ a FIHST OLASS THOTT1NG plied with the best In the market Kate PAUAuabla hUnul man atUalietl aad SIM- r Happy yet renewed their subscrin- Vet will bring a colt that who have not of the art and at satisfactory prjees IIOIISB THAINKH and herewith Invitw elal rate i eflmmerelal wh ia once Kxamine mo i style on the subject Address H readily 1111m t i Ir Work correipondeneeI 9 GOIW3KY Vresldeat respectfMlly solleltwl nn bell for 500 or over and it tlons will do so at nv aiAiiuniiB wirviiaiBTH uoliu Miy ii time our farmer wpredoiiiffgomethinK date after your name and if you a6 and ll0thin but the best end una dollar to pay lor how Only 1 a year thU ofto l better 8berU Bent Stationery in town at their condition without doing behind please Scd for Mlwte nuch hard farm work another years subscription irfiiiSKS5SfiSSh IS1 in Wolfe Morgan miner in tinbipsmi iiiiil iiiixi ml merchants ill Ml Ptorlliiu W ir i John Jlnmpton of Lncy Creek while hunt ig lust wcck enmo nenr being bit i f m i wmiim ui m a n ii -- WOLFE COUNTY GlUmnro GtrnnlHp Tho writer of this letter has la grippe Enclosed find two subscribers to your valuable paper Capt Jinks dropped in on us yestor day got his dinner and went his way rejoicing I was clad to hear from Hro Hocg through Tun Hkhald though ho tolls somo bad with the good Wo would Hko to hear from T J Stephenson through Tun Hkrald Say Jeff how do you like Texas now An unknown tramp visited the house of Andrew Haddix Jr u few days ago and no one being at home but Mrs Had Â¬ dix ho demanded money and something to eat threatening to kill her if sho re- Â¬ fused Mrs Haddix was equal to the emergency for she grabbed a gun stand ing close bv and the tramp retreated in the wake of a load of shot May 30 Uncli Remus v t- - rim ill other u a mud dog nml Vi WHIt too lJ8 own dog uui iu hi w iimu ii mo CAT LETTS BURG KY Tho LarRost Drug Houeo in tho Ohio Valley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that nro Sold by the Dow 10000 Square Foot of Fldor Itoom 28 Hands Employed WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DKUCcTIt i t I 1 - I J f - 1 Â¬ FEDER SILBERBERG CO ir SlWMIW----- Street - i- - Represented I i TfT UON IS mmnwrjB lljrO M7WI1B -- in P MADE Best isthe Cheapest Paint that It Lion Paint ahd Color Works LEXINGTON CO GREEN HTJFFAKER Wholesale Boots and Shoes LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Hazel Green Â¬ at at Â¬ c J T DAY CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tllfgL 4 j QUINNS OINTMENT GEEAFER SGIOOl BOOKS ti jil 11 t- t1 in 1 sclmol-books- ts RH I PEARSOlTiCLARK J WHOLESALE ROBINSON II Tjtiult ioeeisf Strt 1 A a ijin iii a Pj8mBSBBBSl WANTED D rireffe i b - V fuzzy llkc but bIios nots tall an her eyes ia moro like what Kits was brown an gold specks shinln in cm Kits been dead lots sec he slowed FUfOSft OOOFJM rkU9t NMMMHM Its all of his wheel and considered g KT twenty years now yes twenty two t i HAtlLGEMN Hut Lord seems like a mighty short timo artor all I kin see her eyes now The wheel buzzed faster THE OLD HOME I goes out of my way a pleco every Old homo thy vnlcn and sparkling rills day when the roses is out an she nllcrs And matchless sylvan shade comes jumpin to meet me an laughs Thy gcntlo slopes mid distant hlllo an picks mo a rose Onet she pinned From momry novor ado Years taUo no charm from natures powr it in my coat herself Sometimes her I hear her ovry call ma looks from the upstairs window In warbling birds In Bummer howr for its a fine big house with live stories And crimson leaves of fall to it but she never hays No Praps I and the playmates of my youth she knows the reason the chile docs it With little cash In store an ugin praps she dont Vcro rich In friendship love-- and truth He drew the edge of the blade slowly wisdom wit and lore In Wo found tho path on darkest night Tho scissors were over his finger Amid the forest trees sharp but his lingers had grown so cal- Â¬ When coming homo from spolilng school lous and hard working over his wheel Or apple paring boos that they only pressed down without And then for sport wo oft would wing cutting through the tough skin Tho wild bird In tho ahr asked Anita What w tho reason Tho mottled grouso and quail to bring looking enviously at tho pink rose And add to dally fare Twas hero my mind first woko to soo Well said the old man trying tho Tho beautiful and true scissors as ho talked Its a year ago And learned from meadow rock and tree I stopped at now las June twas My futuro work to viow that houso one day fur tho cook came With cheerful hearts wo tilled tho ground out quick with two big kitchen knives Our dally bread to win Put a good edge to em an called tne strangers coming never found And says she fur its tired I am cuttiu wid Our door latch Btrlng pulld In Wo took from toll tho tltno to glvo hoes Tho narrow way to try I worked on them knives So I did For tis not all of lifo to Hvo toll they was sharps they could be Nor all of death to die Twasnt safe to touch cm An the Tho houso was built of solid wood wheels got so hot tho sparks Hew fas To shield us from tho storm They was some little childen lookin Tho chimney in tho center stood Hazel Green Herald how It rests mo bettor when I shuts my Why I oyeB an knows Its thore wakes up iu tho night somotimes an smells it an I can put out my ban an touch it if I want ter If twasnt fur that Id give it to you miss Theyro mighty harnsomo roses 1 know Hut sometimes I won net If twouldnt bo puty if they growed em brown color with gold specks onto Tho grizzled littlo old man wiped the scissors off carefully and handed them to Anita Thank you said Anita It Is a beautiful rose but I think it belongs I2va Lovctt Carson in N Y to you em ELECTION FIGURES BOASTFUL REPUBLICANS Some of Their Alleged Triumph of Di Â¬ A Itovlour of tho Irohnblo IteAutt Hopeful p plomacy Itevlowoil -- Independent With Jlro to keep us warm Tho houso is gono to parts unknown And Is perchance forgot The weird chimney mado of stono Still Htamls upon tho spot fel Contrast this viow of 22 J list seventy years ago This lonely chlmnoy thon was now Its winter Hres did glow Hound social hearth and festive board Ah blthe as blltho could be Our number then ran up to ten JJut now tis down to three Adieu old home of long ago Fond momry clings to thoe While seasons roll and waters flow Thourt still tho snmo to me I see thy fields of waving grain And meudowB bright with dew YTho pigeons fly In dockH again And hide the arch of blue Uy garden wall or shaded spring I hear tho hum of Itees And warblers mnko tho welkin ring AWd tho apple trees J Thq gentle cows at early dawn On ANOTHER BURGLAR ALARM An Inrcntlnn Tliut Will Kdoetunlly Frighten u Tlilof The newest thing on the market said a Fourth avenue manufacturer of electrical novelties Is a burglar alarm devised for the special beneflt of those who wander up and down upon the face of the land and spend their fleeting days in hotels The battle between protective science and the burglar has resulted in raising the intellectual standard of the latter to a hitherto un equalcd height and there ure few de- Â¬ vices that he cant overcome This lit- Â¬ tle arrangement however will effectu- Â¬ ally settle that brand of him that goes in for hotel thieving Experience has shown that watchmen in tlio corridors and locked doors and transoms avail naught against him If he intends to spoil you hed do it despite these little obstacles and under the circumstances youd save time by presenting him with your watch and wallet You see this little wedge Well in company with this dry battery gong and pair of wires it folds up in a box that you can carry in jour back pocket Before retiring slip the point of tho wedge into the crack beneath the door hitch the wires on to the battery and you can slumber in perfect safety The tiniest inward pressure on the door will set the gong ringing like mud and it it doesnt wake you up it will have the effect of scaring the burglar into seventeen fits Theres no way of getting ahead of them and weve already got orders for fifty thou- Â¬ N Y Commercial Advertiser sand MALAY II ii SUE 1MNXKI IT OY THY COAT HKIlSKLP CHARACTERS Tho sheep again are on tho lawn Where lambklim skip and play thymy pastures Stray Ive trod tho Appalachian height And Mississippis shore Explored Oolcondas caves by night Ann Heard Niagara s roar Seen mansions grand on forolgn Htrand Whore fancy bade mo roam Hut never yot can I forget My old paternal home N Wilson in Ohio Farmer - I PERFUME OF A ROSE Tho Bit of Color in a Somber Ex istonoo fcfc tNG DTNO Ding dong D Lu g din g Tho v i scissors grinder paused nt the door set down his ma Â¬ chine and lifted his hat to wipe his forehead It was v hot day for Jho first of I une II u shrunken was -- a looking o I d man Indeed ho must have t a 1 1 o n nwayVsinco ho bought his last suit of clothes for they hung infolds all over him i J had h short grizzled beard and his slouch hat came low over his mild brown oyes lie smiled at eager Anita To 4 vou 55 vfSBBC1 ivkv sfc tbw- - irEsTTl ALWAYS 1 YVKAH i a t v came running out to trot the uest toissors sharpened You always wear such a pretty rose sho sahl curiously as she handed them up to tho scissors grinder Tho dollcato pink holfblown roso uoomed out of place on tho shabby ill iltting coat but tho littlo old man gave it a smile tho llko of wtyleh famous bounties do not bestow on the roses they wear After all flowors be long to tho peoplo who understand thcin Ye cs ho drawled turning his weol with n whirr a little gal gives me one every mornlu a puty littlo gil homethin like you nodding at Anita Ur hulr flics out loug up ycllot uu itni tY i U 8UCU A lMlHTTY HM - I They allers is fur they likes to see the wheels spin An the little gal that lives in that house came jiimpin out to see too Shes allers jumpin an dancin jes the way Kit use ter an that made mo look at hor An she was jes as big as Kit use ter be Thats twenty two years now but lvit never grew any bigger sos of course I re Â¬ o member her Well the wheels went buzzin round un tho sparks flow fas an the little boys laughed an the little gal like Kit jumped up to see an her fuzzy ycller hair tlew every which way whilo sho was jumpin An then 1 turned tho knives acrost both wheels to give em a good touch fur the las An jes1 then the little gal leaned ovr like to see better I spose An l don know how it happened but her fuzzy hair caught on the wheels an quicks lightnin it dragged through em an catehod between An she jes gave a cry an turned her eyes up to mo An they was Kits eyes An I don know how twas but I was sich a fool 1 novor thought totop the wheels the right way with my feet but I jes put my hau down botweon them knives an hold tho wheels fas while I got her hair out The wheels stopped then when my ban was thore I toll 3ou An the cook seein she was a waitin inside hecrd the littlo gal cry an come out quick c u1t IA HVImlii fln miillivKl ony noillj W1 tw uv iiihii is them knives done vet Madl liko V Yes says I Here fknlvos An thoys sharp says I Rut I couldnt speak much for the pain an tho blood fur two of my fin Â¬ gers was cut clean ncrost the top An when the cook saw the blood she was Heart fust thinkiu twas tohile Hut when sho see twas ony my ban she says plonsant liko Ill give you a bit vrag An tho little gal stopped cry in when she seo the blood an looked at mo with her brown eyes solemn llko An says sho quick Ill give you a rose So sho picked one and stuck it in ury coat herself An when tho cook came with a rag I coined away Hut I had to go home The heat or tho cut or somethin nfade me sick Twas well twas my left hand fur twassore all summer H ad to got tho doctor t it twiot Hut every inorniif when I eomobv that house the littlo gal came daneln un jumpin out An shed say so puty ltyoi Au Is your ban better touy An then Ill glveyou a rosollinshud pick it an glvo It to me herself An when shed smile an tloqlc at mo twould seem jes like Kits eyes again An Lord 1 never minded tho sore ban a mite wjion 1 sco thatl An this summer wlicn the rosea como out thinks 1 to myself Shell furglt fur childen do furglt things somotinies Kit did Hut tho fus time 1 went by that house when tho roses on that-awny-lik- never openly expresses his feeling Ho exhibits a reserve ditlidenco and even bashfulness which is iu some degree at- Â¬ tractive and leads the observer to think that the ferocious and bloodthirsty ohuruotcr imputed to tho race must be exaggerated Ho is very slow and deliberate in his speech and especially backward in introducing the subject be lias come to discuss Though be does seem to hold the European in contempt as well as other races yet he is always profuso ly polite when lie meets one Tabeh Tuan is then his favorite expression which translated into plain English means How are you sir If though he meets a European who in his opinion has done ameun action and is not worthy of that salute he will pass him with a sulky indifference manifested on every feature of bis countenance He is lazy and not fond of work His favorite pastime is fishing and as long us be can catch sufficient fish he will never hire himself out for manual labor Sometimes be is the happy possessor of three wives and even four and woe betide tho man who engages in a flirtation with them The knife speedily settles such quarrels with the Malay and in the case of tho Javanese poison San Francisco Chronicle Â¬ Â¬ Is h luxy Follow mid Kxt roincly To lito to Kuropuuns In character the Malay is impassive lie is certainly not demonstrative and In and out of season republican writ- Â¬ ers and speakers put forward tho claim that the republican party alono is com- Â¬ petent to deal with tho international questions During Mr Clevelands ad- Â¬ ministration every step taken was criti- Â¬ cised and censured with tho utmost severity and the Invariable refrain was that democrats could not maintain the honor of the country in dealing with other nations Under the present administration on the other bund it has been the fashion to denounce any criticism of our foreign policy as differ Â¬ ing from treason only in degree as evi- Â¬ dence of u depraved heart and a prefer- Â¬ ence for foreigners Criticism of demo- Â¬ cratic diplomacy is patriotism tho ex- Â¬ pression of the least doubt of the wis dom of our present foreign policy is akin to treason While repudiating as scandalous all suggestions that any movements of the administration touching foreign affairs are intended for political effect tho re- Â¬ publicans do not hesitate to appeal to voters for support on account of the tri- Â¬ umphs of republican diplomacy Sec- Â¬ retary Tracy in his address at Provi- Â¬ dence just before the Rhode Island elec- Â¬ tion enlarged upon the triumphant manner in which foreign problems had been solved by Hlainc and Harrison contending that the success achieved had no parallel in the history of the country Among the specifications were the Samoan matter and the Hob ring sea controversy In the former case he said our friend Maliotoa had been brought back and established on his throne by which we had achieved a triumph over England and icrmany combined Now this may be characterized as being thankful for very small favors What is Malietoa to us or we to Malie toa that we should weep over his fall or rejoice over his return to power A barbarian chief of a little squad of bar Â¬ barians away oil in the Pacific ocean has been reinstated on his insignificant throne and the American people are asked to applaud it as a great achieve Â¬ ment Is it the business of the United States to set up kings over other countries To most people such action ap Â¬ pears an officious intermeddling with affairs that do not concern us and a departure from the policy of earlier days under which the country prospered Hut even the boasted success of the Samoan negotiation is altogether News problematical comes from Samoa that the old feud between Malietoa and Mataafa subsists and is becoming more bitter every day Mataafa has started a rival government again and his own partisans among the native chiefs are still true to him Secretary Tracys boast that the Samoan difficulty has been brought to a satisfactory conclusion is premature Tho Hchring sea controversy Secre Â¬ tary Tracy sajs should have been set Â¬ tled five years ago That takes us back to 1S87 which was the year after it originated If a democratic administration should have settled it in one year how does it happen that Messrs Harri Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lor Democrats In its discussion of Topics of the Times tho April Contnry has an orsl aminatton of tho clcctovol tablo thatll nas an interest lor practical politicians Various combinations aro had of tho votes of tho states which arc suggestive if but not conclusive Tho electoral col V lege comprises 441 votes of which 223 must bo had to elect The problem V with the parties then is to add to the k states classed as sure for either nartvT enough of the fluctuating to reach tho 2JU Tho vote has been enlarged by 43 I since 1S8S by tho apportionment and I admission of new states The latter have JO votes all of which arc conceded to the republicans except tho threo from Montana The republicans arc also given 10 out of the ai Increase from the apportionment They gain ia the entire addition ii to 10 for tho democrats a net gain of t3 On tho basis of old figures that makes tho combinations in their favor somewhat On the basis of tho elections easier since l83Stho Century table gives tho re publicans 180 and the democrats 253 In this calculation electoral votes Massachusetts Iowa and New York are placed with tho democrats becauso they have carried them at the two latest elections Indiana gave 20000 at tho election in 1850 and is also put on tho democratic side Michigan is divided four for the democrats and ten for tho republicans This is less by one at least than the democrats will quite surely obtain as they will have one of the two for the state at large This compilation is not however conceded by the magazine calculator to be an in dex to tho probable presidential result In getting down to the basis of sure states he reduces the democratic column to the southern states Now lorsey and four from Michigan 171 in all and just fifty short of the indispensable 22 The republicans are given all the other states except Massa chusetts Iowa Connecticut New York with and Indiana 185 votes The combinations then sii gested for the republicans are the ISO sure votes and New York and CoA second nnecticut with 42 making 228 table adds to the 185 Massachusetts Indiana and Iowa with 4 votes making 220 Then to the same states New York and Iowa with 4 votes would give 2r New York alone added to the 180 makes just 222 or a tie with no election In all the combinations Montana is given to the republicans with ten votes from Michigan The compilations on the democratic side involve much less strain upon the probabilities than tho republican ones As mentioned tho sure democratic vote comprises the 150 from the south 10 from New Jersey and i J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4 from Michigan 17 in all Adding to Tim Wonderful Modern Kllle A icrmnn army ofllcor struggling with a prisoner catches up a military riflo and shoots bis opponent through tho head After passing through two thicknesses of skull the bullet pene Â¬ trates tho partition of a railway car rioge nnd imbeds itself in the flesh of a passenger Hut this Is nothing A la borer near the English practice camp of Aldorshot was recently struck at a dis tance of 25110 yards or one and one half miles Tho bullet after passing completely through tho upper part of the thigh buried itself in tho ground Theoretically it was evident that the peuotrativo energy of these new bullets ought to bo capable of passing through several men In succession and experi Â¬ ments with the cadaver as a target show this conclusion sound Now as the tra jectory of these projectiles Is a very low one the space within which men will be subjected to such dangers In tho field has been greatly extended It Is thought that flro may bo opened from a distance of JJOO yards It is found on trial that good markamen can make 50 per cent of hits against targets of suit able dimensions at 1880 yards With smokeless powder ami thoconsocihtint facility of distinguishing cftjarly atlohg distances the aim may become moro ac curate tban bus heretofore beenknqwn Those considerations have led to a call joutjeaj thOfSamo andmer eyeahad thq of an international conference of rqlli Hamealilnyjittla 8pclsinom ahaavH tary inedleaLmon with a viev to adapt- Â¬ she Ill glvo you a rose an laugtied ing hospital service to tho now Exigen- Â¬ An twas so puty for her to remember cies of tho Hold N Y Sun that I laughed too So thats how she gives mo a roso overy day Its a good Now dear ean you rc ournal Mamma pleco out of the way sometimes but I momber anything about tho sermon1 Algers Harrel is on tap In Mich- Â¬ Oh yes mamma It igan makinga homo industry which has takes It An lvo got a brown chluy Small Daughter mug I puts that roue in ovory night an was all about the foollbh peoplo that plenty of protection In It St Louis I it beside tuy bed An some strain at gates and swallow sawmills Republic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ it between threo and four years It is not settled yet and it is but one step nearer settlement than it was in 18S3 Has it been intentionally delayed in or Â¬ der that the judgment of the court of arbitration may not bo rendered before the presidential election It is altogether premature to boast of this Hchring sea controversy or the manner in which the administration has handled it Very few people com petent to judge expect an3thing but a defeat in the arbitration proceedings because they have never believed that the United States had any case when it claimed to own a considerable tract of the Pacific ocean The New York Sun a paper very strenuous for a vigorous foreign policy especially toward treat Uritain says that in four of tho five points submitted the judgment of the arbitrators is sure to be against the How much United States and adds easier and less expensive it would have been to concede to treat Uritain every point in dispute Tho administration has already conceded the liability of the United States to reimburse the poach Â¬ ers if we lose tho case for the profits they might have realized The chances are that wo will have a big bill of costs to pay but that will not be until after the presidential election It is going somewhat too far to under- Â¬ take to shut oft all discussion on the morits of our foreign policy while the men who aro controlling it go before tho country and make It tho subject of comparison with what the democratic party has done or is alleged to havo omitted The greatest triumphs of di- Â¬ plomacy In the history of the country have been under democratic administrations Tho recent diplomacy of tho republican party has been largely of a meddlesome character tempered by occasional bullying of weak powers The attitude of Secretary Tracy In tho Harrundia ease has been shown by men of his own parti to ue altogether inde Â¬ fensible Tho refusal to recall from Chill an envoy declared to be persona non grata was directly contrary to tho uniform practice of this and other civilized countries Altogether tho claim that the diplomacy of this administra- Â¬ tion has been crowued with continual triumph must bo characterized as an astonishing Illusion Loulsvlllo Courier-JÂ¬ Â¬ son aim iinne nave oeen woricmg on these New York and either Indiana or Massachusetts and tho total is 224 An other table adds to the 17 New York Iowa and Connecticut making 228 or five more than a majority A combina tion giving New York to the republic Â¬ ans swells the 175 with Massachusetts Indiana Iowa and Connecticut and makes 222 with no choice This would meet the needs of the democrats as it would throw the election into the house Indiana and Connecticut are a pretty fair reliance in such a ease but the late voting in Rhode Island is not very encouraging for its close neighbor that has always been a republican bulwark Iowa is extremely hopeful but it is not quite a reliance as yet Tho lesson drawn by tho Century from the review is that New York cannot be left out of the democratic table without making the task for the party arithmetic man exceedingly difficult and that the four votes the democrats count on in Michi gan may decide tho election This is an eastern view and does not alYord a satisfactory analysis of tho western situation but it may be conceded that New York is very important to the democrats and if they regard success as n high consideration they will not allow the party to become the victim of the internecine feuds in tkat state St Paul tlobe POINTS AND OPINIONS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ If the republican party doesnt see what it wants at Minneapolis it will be obliged to take 1 Harrison St Paul Globe Mr Harrison had thogooduess to sign tho Vermont maple sugar bounty bill yet Vermonts delegation goes to Minneapolis uninstruetcd Courier Journal Louisville The president has discovered thai Quay Is not a fit man to associate with edge that Quay is opposed tohlsrenom Inatlon St Louis Post Dlspateh The Ohio republicans may crj peace but there will be no peace until Foraker has gotten oven with the Slier manites who sold him out iu both gubernatorial and his senatorial race St Louis Republic Gen Raums counsel does not want any of Gen Raums privuto affair to bo discussed before the investigating -- but this discovery follows the knowl It is hard to tell whero Raums privuto affairs loft off anJ tho nations affairs begun Huftalo E press rep Tho Oklahoma delegate to th Minneapolis convention will bo a fU blooded Indian who is a lineal descend committee Jen Â¬ ant of Tecumsoh tho Inclliin chief who was defeated by William Henry Hat rison It will be a dramatic ovosj when my grandfathers paint a8feathnra rnfaita n wnr wlionn for HV grandfathers hut Memphis ApP Avalanche - tn HOME HINTS AND AELPS A REMARKABLE New wood work requires one pound A Vromlnont ProfcMloanl Miiaa Extrof tllnnry Statement of paint to the square ynrtl for three tN Y Sun coats TothcMlfrr 8m as my namo and faoo Tnlto egg stains from silver by rub Â¬ nivo a wet rng that haa been lie appeared in your paper mid tho pub bing with prints lately nnd ns many of my profoa dipped in commori table salt sioinu brothren nro wondorlnjf at It I iwl Olive oil ocensionally applied with It only Just that I should mnko na explana- Fof t woolen eloth keeps buhl eabinets nu a Aim Buucmoni published ovor my First namo was mado ton years ago nftcr long and ormolu ornnments bright and mature Invc tlgation nnd I hnvo novcr clean off all the dust changed my mind an to tho facts then Paint Ktains that are dry nndold At tliit may lc removed from cotton or woolen statedbelieved tlmo 1 naid as a physician Wuritcrs Safe Curo was tho chloroform First cover the that I of nil known goods with best preparations for pot with olive oil or butter N Y troubles It was advocated lo curo ami tho I tan to ttlll I know it Is considered tho proper Press Doughnuts Three cups of Hour thing for tho mcdlcnl profession to decry three tablcspoonfuls baking powder proprietary and other advertised articles one cupful white sugar two eggs milk but why should they do soj As tho lato Dr O Holland writing Detroit J Bcribucrs Monthly over his own namo or water to make a soft dough In said Free Press It is a fact that many of tho best propri- Â¬ To clean eloth or silk sponge with etary medicines of tho day aro moro sue- warm water or coffee and a little am- cessful than many physicians nnd most of monia iron on the wrong side if the them woro llrst discovered or used in actual hilk is thin ndd a Jittle sugar to the wa- Â¬ uodlcal practice when however any pcr ton knowing ihclr vlrtuo nnd foreseeing ter or coffee Good Health their popularity Bcourcs To Stew Fish Fresh water fish is them In the opinion of tbo and advertises bigoted all vir particularly nice cooked in this way tuo went out of them Cut the fish in small pieces cover with Dr Holland was an educated physician fish stock add a little more salt if need Â¬ an unprejudiced observer and ho spoko ed and simmer gently for twenty min- Â¬ from abroad nnd unusual expericuec Pro prietary medicines should not be dear led utes N Y World Tho ovidciu o of tholr vnluo nro over Â¬ dinger Snaps One cup of molasses whelming I have bcoii patients recover one half cup of butter or shortening from Kravcl inlliuniiiiitinu of tho bladder heated and put in the molasses one nnd Heights disease after using Warners fourth cup of water one teaspoonful of Safo Cure even when all other treatment soda one and one half teaspoonfuls of had failed 1 mako this frank and outspoken state Â¬ ginger Flour enough to roll rather soft Make in a quick oven IJoston ment In the Interests of humanity and bo cause I know it to bo true I trust for tho Uudgct samo reason you will give it to tho public Coconnut Candy Slice some pieces Respectfully It A Ounn of cocoanut very thin and line a but- Â¬ No 124 Wost Forty Seventh street New tered pan with them Make a candy of York March 1 four cupfuls of sugar one of water and Tabic Chlim a teaspoonf ul of cream of tartar cooked In the setting of a table great latitude to a crisp pour it over the cocoanut and set away to harden Household may be employed no particular style of ware seeming to obtain The white nnd Monthly gold once so fashionable lias again Quick Puff Pudding Stir one pint been accepted but it is quite different of Hour two teaspoonfuls baking pow Â¬ from the gold band china with which der and a little salt into milk until very grandmamma set up housekeeping It hoft place well greased cups in a steam- Â¬ may be of royal Worcester and of ivory er put into each a spoonful of the bat- Â¬ white the gold decorations consisting of ter then one off apple sauce or canned hemes cover with another layer of the a Greek key pattern or a delicate scroll Latter and steam twenty minutes De- Â¬ work which is repeated throughout the entire set Fruit plates and dishes have troit Free Press open work edges through which is run a ribbon matching the tint of the decora- Â¬ FASHION DOTS tions Fashion and Fancy SiiKKiHtlom Fiiflnal for My Tmlyg Johnny was writing a letter nnd Wardrobe Willie wns looking over his shoulder The most stylish princess dresses have Youre not making that P right the half low neck cut round and are Whats the matter with worn with a Russian guimpe of rich said Willie replied Johnny it Id like to know material Youre running it below the line Wattcau folds at the back of gowns I are very much the mode Frequently a Thats whats the matter with it guess Im writing this letter aint I Ihiw with very long ends is used instead If I want to make it that way its my of the fold both on high necked and de Â¬ business aint it Course If you collete gowns want to make a J of yourself go A favorite fashion of the hour for din Â¬ ahead ner gown is a Watteau plait of lace MikIccmI Volutin These plaits are attached to gowns of Does anybody Imagine that ho or she can any handsome material and are a rich breathe si t r itupivguntod with malaria for and graceful addition nuv length of time uinl et o scathelc3ftj At the present moment dress skirts if anv such there lie let tlient Incur the risk cling tighter than ever In extreme and then doubt The poisona In llspnisc ns surely enters the system ns doo of prus cases the entire dress looks like a sio acid swallowed with suicidal intent cuirass the skirt and bodice made in HoRtoiters Stomneh Kittern In the solo re Â¬ liable ilefeuso iigaliiht the malarial virus one and both equally tight Klicuniiitism dyspepsia uud constipation Among the new silks and satins are are remedied by It those figured in polka dots of various Wunv n mans host and engaged girl has sizes These made with full skirts and thrown him laby waists with a full frill of chifon O Picayune overboard lie ia all at seaN about the low cut neck are exceedingly A miss is as good ns a tniln This is prob- Â¬ pretty for young girls ably why u man doesnt feel the distance The best modistes use silk lining both when lie ha got a nice girl with him for the bodice and skirts of gowns Uinghamloii Leader Linings of silk fit so much better and are a painless nnd cf HrixiiAMs are so much lighter than the ordinary fecund remedy1iiih all bilious and nervous lor lining that they are invariably preferred diduidei9 For sale by all druggists by those who have once had them The rabbit hunter Is 4 hare brained Among the recently imported gowns fost are thohe with glove fitting seamless vn emtio tint our own mlvlro how round waists with sheath skirts They lr baopv we would toe Teens Hit tings are designed expressly for slender wom en length is given to the waist when Tub nrotutsine young mun Is always la Â¬ Â¬ -- LETTER Thkub Is moro CntArrh In this ncoiion of the country than nil other diseases put to gothcr nnd until tho last few years wa supposed to bo incurable Foragrdut many year a doctors pronounced it a local dlsoaso and prescribed locul rcmcdlos and bycon enttly falling to cure with local trcatmont pronounced It incurable Bcionco has proven catarrh to bo n constitutional dis Â¬ ease nnd thcrcforo requires constitutional treatment Ilalla Catarrh Cure manu Â¬ factured by F J Chenoy Co Toledo Ohio Is tho only constitutional euro on the market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drojsto atcnspoonfuL It acta directly on tho blood and mucous surfneos of the system They offer ono hundred dollars for any ensq it falls to euro Scud for circulars and testimonials Addrcs VJ CHrNrY Co Toledo O OTSold by Druggists 75c Op course a fellow In pushed for tlmo whoa an nulcor hustles htm Into a peniÂ¬ tfef RMmr Sua Store rotten Brimt Ofeo tsta Durable and th cotMuiMr payi let M Un V WtlflUSIKt M4 Patnta offrktlt Ik ttasita Inliira tha Iron and burn or gun packaco wltb Tery pwrchM Kennedys COPVRIQMTI8BI tentiary Iilnghamton Republican Medical Discovery Takes hold in this order Â¬ Au Horso owners should know what it costs to manufacture Harness nnd every Â¬ thing on wheels You will bo surprised to see what a lino 90 Huggy can bo umdo for 8I1S 100 fotir pusiongor 20 Cart for SOW 75 Open Ruggy Top Carriage Air W7M 30 Double team Harness for for 27 Ml 12 Ruggy Harness for 4 7r S1UM Only good uinicrhil used Write U S Huggy ot Caut Co No 3 Lawreuco St Clucinnntl O for No ft free Cntnloguo showing 74 kinds of vehicles and 44 kinds of harness What Is your husband doing now Nothing Ho has been appointed to an Y Press Tho Only Ono Kvor Printcd Can Tou Find N There is a 3 Inch display advertisement in this paper this week which tins no two words all le except ono woru The same is truo of each new ono aiipearlna each wcok from Tbo Dr Hurler Medicine Co This Iioubo places a Crescent on everything they mnlco and publish Look for it send them tho name of tho word and they will return you book beautiful lithographs or samples free Hn bitterly You have no heart Sho pointedly No nnd I dont want one i tlieWonlf The best thing to do this when youio suffering from ib Sick or Bilious Headaches Constipation Indigestion Bilious Attacks or any derangement of tho Liver Stomach or Bovc1b get something that relieves promptly and cures permanently Dont shock tho sys tem with tho ordinary pills get Dr Picrcos Pleasant IVlletH Theyre tho smallest for ono thing but thats a great thing and tho easiest to take Theyro tho best for they work mildly and in Naturos own way thoroughly and effecgently but tively Thoyro tho cheapest for theyre guaranteed to give satisfaction or your money is returned You pay only for tho good you get Â¬ Â¬ Bowels Liver Kidneys Inside Skin tll sc Outside Skin that ought to everything uctoro M Driving bo U out Ul v - You Unoiu Sold by ovary druggist whether you and manufactured by need it or not DONALD KENNEDY IflASS IKOYISmY GOLD MEDAL PARIS 107a W BA1CER COS m i Lovers of the IJcnntlCnJ Will bo plcnsod to learn that a collection of twenty of tho finest scenic views In Wiscon Â¬ sin nnd Minnesota may bo obtained frco of postage by tho sending of nn address nnd fifty cents In postage or otherwise to Geo H Heafford Ocncrnl Passenger Agent C M St P Ry Chiengo III P S As tho supply is limited early application should be mndo It dealer says is just as good may bo better for him but its pretty certain to bo worse for you what moro can you ask But dont get something that u Breakfast Cocoa from which tho oiccn of oil h boiii rumovdd tho nro mird In It The old saying that con- Â¬ In SL I bat more than hut ttmti tfn 0 nil ttrtiipth- ot Cocoa mixed with 1 No Chemicals Jirr jmrntlon It Blnrcli Arrowroot or Bucsr aud U thcroforo fnr moro co tioinltnl totting Itti than ont la abuolutety fitiiA nnd it ia oUblo Piinssnn Into Skhvice Harvard Luiniwon u Baggy trousers i f When Traveling Whether on ploasuro bent or business tako on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Figs as it acts most pleasantly and olTcrtivoly on tho Kidneys llvor nnd bowels preventing fevers headaches and other forms of slck noss For alo in M cents and SI bottles by nil leading druggists Tnc mar in tho basomont undersells bis competitors ou tho street floor Uoatou Transcript Conons Hoaiiscnkss Sour Tiiiioat etc quickly relieved by Ilntuvxs Hiionciiiai Titnciiis They surpass all other prepara tions in removing honrscnossund as nconyh remedy ure preeminently the Uit Of courso marries bin flame he expects sho will build the kjteheu lire when a man Â¬ sumption can be cured if taken in time was poor com- Â¬ fort It seemed to invite a trial but to anticipate failure The other one not so old consumption can be cured is considered by many false Both are true and not true the first is prudent one cannot begin too early The means is careful liv- Â¬ Scotts Emulsion of ing cod liver oil is sometimes an important part of that Let us send you a book on rtrcngihenlnff XAStte moKSTBU and admirably adapted for Inrallda M woll oi for penona tn health Bold by Orocera cTarynfurc lnLInu iliJj renin nip CO Itlndolctoilinour W BAKER Dorchester Han ONLY TRUE THE careful living free TONIC L1DIES roiu iiloum on I IRON Uvnim n1 circutmUuucnn under all rondi t tons under nil inlliiiiicos Hrulyerotiiio 60 cents will promptU euro all headachus nn careful of that gun What it tho mutter wiUi Ut puck It isnt loaded Prorir Aro Killed by Coughs that Halos Honey ot llorchouud and Tur would euro Pikes Toottmcho Drops Cute in one minute I ScoTTItowNKChemiti ijjSouth jth Avenue New York Your In cent kccp Scotii Einiiltlon of cod liver t cil all Jri Cgiilt everywhere do 33 A lr for In DPIKinUQ niiAltSoldlmXdIftMn t lnwufirn rknOIUnO K crtiic tHynriixiprlrticc O I C IIMOIIMK HOIS tTtblgto OJTNAUK THIS tAtlHtttf Ui wtlU Cltlll Khk Will tturlfr HlOOn roeiilat KIIlNiaS rumoto 11 VKK umiiriicr mum Hrungin renotr ainttUo ymun rcitoro henltli and uynnoitnin vikdioi liiilluntlnn thaftlrcil fcol- lUKnimoiuioiycraiiiraiOii Mind brlKldoncd brala power liicrcasim lioniii norvLi mm cto recel o now force mifTorlntf from ciimnlalutii ta culliir totliclrBOx uiltiirlt llnd cliucW and llud tho eat Povt cry over split mill Rush around Atchison Globe DANGER IjUMIimj jrxAKl IIIIS no knlfat Hook u AND TUMOUS CURED nn 16J tliunoXT A Nonius Elm si uncianau u jtuwnu Crescent pamplilot OR Sold cvorywInTP bcnuiliiea Coinpl oslon AH pcntilno ttooili tiear bond unLcont tauiii fora--itg- o CO I HARTER MEDICINE St Louis Me Oatarrli Remove the Cause I was afflicted from infancy with Catarrh and for ten yeara with eruptions on my face hv the best physician1 and used a number of Blood remedies with no per mancnt relief M Y LIFE BECAME A BURDEN TO ME for my case was declared incurable I saw S S S advertised and took eight bottles which cured me entirely and I feel like a new person Mus JosiB Owkn Montpditr Ohio EWIS 98 LYE POWDKRKO AM riJlFU31KD I wis attended Tim ttruiiqeit and pnrett Lvo tnadu UiilllcootUcr Lyiltbulut n niioiwwdcrnud inicltrd In u can with rcmovublo llu tliu coatuuii Will ure ulwayu ready for us Soup In M mlnuUH without boil iinj It U tho brut for oluutiHlnff wiMto pipes tllHlnfcutlnx hIiiIch ClOICtM WtlMhltlfT llOttlcH lllllllH inula1 PATKNTKU the bett perfumed Hani Ip wo could use our The princess gown promises to be a happy we would be own goodndvlco how Texas Sidings leuding fuvorito during the coming sea- Â¬ is often ono son A UATTitNn good fellow Long basques are being replaced hy corsages with the skirt draped up who shakos dico Philadelphia Record inn on them or drawn straight over their lor a It Is an aggravationtho roadhungry trampTexas extreme edge a single Hat fold being to find only a fork in laid where it joins the bodice Striped fabrics continue to be cut Coin and distant Tho north polo Yolo Record on the cross s The best modistes make them with a deep gored seam up the successful lawyer Hhonld ho woll Tun skirt throwing the lines out on either dressed Ills prosperity depends upon now side in such a way us to form series of nulla N U Ilenyuno acute angles This gives a bell shaped asks a writer TAicn away women Thats utmy effect to the skirt and an appearance of and what would follow Tho men Texas Slftlugs filenderness to the wearer A late novelty in guimpes is simply a Tnis Is a pretty good daze work said round collar finished with a deep frill tho dentist a8 hoadmlntstored gas Wash that falls low on the waist of the dress ington Star and over the tops of the sleeves truo This It is strange but ho that when a man the popular effect of a bertha of is short of brnins tingsis generally long on pves ace surrounding the low neck or the collars Texas Sif yoke of u dress White China silk or Tun unsuspecting schoolboy Is somotlmcs nail as well as lace is used for these llko municipal revenues raised by tacks Lowell Courier guimpes A very large It Is seldom that one sees a cako walk It proportion of the new spring street coats are of light tan or would bo loss surprising to sco old cheese vory cloth of fine texture The collars skip N O Picayune ttJ either of velvet the same shade as Mathematically spoaklngu tenor shouldÂ¬ Indlauupolls Jourbo good for live tours the coat or are of the cloth stitched t he buttons are very large and are usu nal uy of white or smoked pearl The Tun girl who looks llko nn angel in anyÂ¬ sort of bonnet is all right this year Lan jObt stylish of these coats have loose caster Examiner ul1hreasted fronts with the backs Weil and with Remcmbrii young man there is a limit the seams lapped Vhe newest thing in the Ilussinn that no man can uirord to raiso Oalvoston use for evening wear is of a volant News Wnnx nn alligator bnsks in tho sun you otlaeo whieh is just the right width It mav think ho has a soft snap but he hasnt Mvorn over a decollete bodice of colored Iilnghamton Kopubllcan and is gathered around the neck Kucr it before tliq pooplo is what tbo Wis left low or finished with a band dressy woman thinks or hor opcru bat J s most becoming The scalloped lilugharalon Republican ge of the iuco forms the lower edge the blouse whieh has unlined sleeves It is usunllv n man who has n head liko a cork who gets olon best in tho awiiu W is worn with a belt N Y Post YonkcrsGuzctte -- needed by adding a girdle of silk or velvet sharply pointed ucbLUUvojtuu Nowa T was the victim of the worst case of Catarrh that I ever heard of I was entirely deaf in one ear and all the inside of my nose including part of the bone sloughed off As No sort of treatment benefited rne and physicians said I would never be any better I a last resort I took Swifts Specific and it entirely cured me and restored my hearing Mrs JoSEriUNE FOMMLL have been well for years with no sign of return of the disease Due West S C S S S cures Catarrh like it does other Wood diseases by eliminating the poison which caused it Treatise on Bloodand Skin mailed free SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA Ga Â¬ -- BlUt THIS i tc PENNA SLT WfQ CO ilvn Aula 1lilliti IArtMi u Mnu trees la aW3iiw2raTOcto I srv f JCV Wjf TW I St I FAT FOLKS REOUOED I100llojwrnioniiiijriiBrmioMnerDi IromoJIo fit It I tin liml KokUirvlnKnoinconronlancc AfTitAla UlllliiAiHllliHllul Hilt-inga- rman Sv rup Two bottles of German Syrup cured me of Hemorrhage of the Lungs when other remedies failed I am a married man aud thirty six years of age and live with my wife and two little girls at Durham Mo I have stated this brief and plain so My case that all may understand was a bad one and I shall he glad to tell anyone about it who will write me Philip L Sciiknck P O Box 45 April 25 1890 No man could ask a more honorable business-like THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN Ngufl SAPOLIO Towers I statement S BUNTBNC When you buy Flags you he best Government Standard is the best the largest flag dealers in the U S are G VV SIMMONS CO Oak Hall Boston Mass Dealers in Military O FLICKER o 0 U btoluttt s Improved Guaranteed wScr THE WORLDS FAIR KCHIIUKIlRH todcliiK will liBcorto AiiJoipcuiiIro In Clilcom la imrj iluka ArruiiKriarnu tiawi nt liuuiliik with tha AMOfUtrirWorliin Kalr HotolH AUlrr L tsrfJMt wis rrrp rirot ttw t KmII tttlt wu w Court CUIUOO iu Water sitkirjhm v4y bOdhfiliBMtl4 Cgu Send or Inventor Oulilo or How to Obuln a IaUhC Rml firUlfcrtuf 1KNCION hhI IIOINTV IAUH PATRICK OPARKEtl WABSllfOXOX D 0 Patents Pensions CoiiuhidmIWco mitl poupla wiioliaTo weak lunvsur AitB inahoulluM Ilio Curo for ConiumptlOM- - It h cured thauianda thai not Injur diluno Itlf not bad to Uko u ia tue ven eouim arrup Hold JA rant Uniforms Write Flag Catalogue for a rNGINES Wrlto for llluVrmtedCAUkHcu 5 5oftWoolerj ty WatCll Out Collar A i TOWER MM BOSTON MASS Cf- S4fw - TRACTION AND PORTABLE RUMELVwi mllecS Txm ororrvtorn Sc mmThreshers and Horse Powers M ANIC HI 1 VH l Mill K 180S FLAGS RUM ELY CO LA tH MTJIIUC Via r AM ttHj UtM f PORTE IND WHEf WKIT1NU iltht yii Tl mU ABVJTR MWCH rtiTASK A4TMtUfUM U tU v i t - V r UnltM Blaine WmMiifUms d Jy ha will under no con ctmn tbn tlw iiwhwtk MdwMlw h wMl trndMbtodly bt numlnnUkl by prWi gwMiiwrerkiMimfd liwl Wek ton re ot lican would stem the tide I should retard Blaine and Alger aa a very atronjr ticket and I believe Aler would accept second placo on the ticket with Blaine Next to Blaine Sfcerman or Alger would make a stroa eandldato In my judg- Â¬ ment the nomination of Mr Harrison at this time Is drabtf ill owing to the oppo sitlon caused by political disappoint Â¬ ments He has mado a good President but a large element believe It would be better to nomlnatosome other Kepub but of gwamp lw54 poaltlre the Presidentfrom Mr declaration a coure afftfiUi KAJiU MJfiMPatwi fATMr rf Blaine TUiiirraund lortktfnnW llko UWe flood SugRQitlen The adjournment of tho impeachment court last Saturday on account of Gen Weavers bclly acno cost the pcoplo of this commonweath nearly 600 One dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Romcdy would havo saved this expense and wo suggest as a matter of economy and humanity that tho State provide against future contingencies of this nature by furnishing each Senator with a bottlo of that valuable remedy 2f and 60 cent bottles for sale by Rose A Jones An Old War Horse The pension granted by Congress to ex Senator Gcorgo V Jones of Iown culls httentlon to the remarkable longev- Â¬ ity that is sometimes found both in pub- Â¬ lic men and in tho veterans of ou wars So far as tho statesmen nro concerned examples of oxlremo vigor in old ago are less numerous with us than in England mid on tho continent where many public men are active and useful at four score Tho service for which ex Senator Tones gets a pension was rendered in pnrt as a drummer boy in 1814 seventy eight years ago and in part as an in tho Black Hawk war in 1832 As ho is now eighty eight yenrs of nge bis first service was at the ago of ten years Courier Journal Â¬ aid-deca- livtirytlilnir Open t Pensioner The Hottso Committee on Invalid Pen sions Inst week agreed to report n bill giving persons having claims against the 5874 government arising by virtue of service in tho army or navy me rigiu in perxuii Vcnrlini exhibition 2393 two ycnr eld rec threc yeHr old record 224 Ji ord 229 or by attorney to examine and inspect third lient four venr old record 222 everything In any department bureau five year old rccoru 220K fourth heat division court or office of the United trial 217 Mack States which contains any reference al- - itix ycor oldfoaled June 15 1833horse at Hred hand hidi luinrllicr mill tlioir claims k o Ashland Park Ilinifl tn or may bo Tho provision herein granted HIKED HY DAKKKR 4144 enjoyed by the widows guardians or- Â¬ Own brother to Lysandcr lre of Lyaondcr phans oxecutnrs administrators and le- Â¬ Hoy 220f Watt 224 William Kearney 220M and Lysandcr Chief 1040 gal representatives of any claimant who First Dam Tattle Pntchcn trial 238 grandma may die or bo legally disabled of Chesnut Wilks 229 by Mnmhrino Patcheu sire of the daw of Guy Wilkes bun- Â¬ Aro you troubled with corns or 2lrK Astrnl 2 18 Itosa Wilkes 21SK a little ad ions If bo let usgivo you Uleora 218 Elvira 218 Hourl 217 vlco Pare them down as closely as pos and twcuty iilne others it the 230 list sible without drawing blood then soak Second dam Maudv by Stanhopes Mood Hawk sire of the dam of Almont 217M them in warm water to soften them and nnd apply Chamberlnins Pain Balm twice Third Alcy Wilkes 220tf dam Pattie br Downings Vermont dnilv rubbing them vigorously for a few Biro of the dam of Enigma 220 Mnmhrino A corn minutes at each application llruce 2404 Mire of Kit Curry 2lKi plaster should be worn for a few days to Hell Wilson 22o Gills Vermont sire uf protect them from tho shoo As a gene- Â¬ ltonner Hov 223 nnd sire of the dams of Col Ilradshaw 220 Abel 224 Xellv ral liniment for sprains bruises lamo L 223K tiambctta 220 The King 229 back or rheumatism Pain Balm is all Outlaw 229K Pearl 230 that can bo desired 60 cent bottles for Fourth dam Jessie by Thomas Jefferson by Roso A Jones sale He is a beautiful black with right hind ankle white stands 1A hand high nnd is a Word Vor a flood Mho flood perfect horhe all over having both bone and Mr Llslo made many friends during substance combined with the form and finish his canvass this spring and after the characteristic of the cross he so well reprenomination of Jo Kendall went to work sents vie Hambletoniausironnd Mnmhrino Pntchen dam This for him nnd carried his Clark county best because public cross stands as the very majority given monstrated its valueperformances have de for Kendall by the largest Of its many repre a Democrat for years Mr Lislo is in sentatives not one is the superior of Denim every way well Qualified for the position da for not one has demonstrated the same ho seeks and it nominated will make ability to train on from year to year begin ning with the yearling form None are bet one of tho best members of Congress ter bred or better looking Estill Eugle As a sire his success is assured an out of eight is beyond question that Ayers Cher- Â¬ year ashis first crop two entered the list last JS two year olds namely Ilcrmudn Hoy ry Tcctoral heads the list of remedies for 220 half mile track and Hosemnry 225 diseases of the throat and lungs Ho rni ml u Hoy being one of the largrst win ning two year olds of 1891 his first oolts be ing foaled in 1889 Judged at this age no Hath County Fair OBtcern ever sired more At n meeting of tho Board of Directors stallioncolts with speed uniform natural unprecedented He of the Bath County Fair company held gaited will stand for mares season of 1892 nt 200 at Sharpsburg L S Rogers was elected TO IN8UUE tho money to be paid as fol President R T Wilson Vice President lows 100 at the time of service and the and F S Allen Secretary and Treasurer other 100 when the tnnro prove in foal The fifteenth annual exhibition of this being limited to thirty outside marcs ParFair company will be held four days this ties wishing to breed to him had better book their mares early year commencing August 9 Â¬ ASHLAND PARK BERMUDA Hunker 1 1 - ll Â¬ Tom Rogers 220 c First dam Sally Hamlet winner of two year Hay Stallion foaled May 1880 bred m Ashlumt Pnrk old Hamlet stakes in 1875 bv Hamlet sire SIHEI HY HAPPY MEDIUM inn of Loretta F 2183 A V Pantllnd 220K Truro pacer 222ft Lady M 223 Leon Sire of Nancy Hunks 209 Mnxle Cobl213jA Eddie C pacer 220 Norman Medium tine 223 Hrookside Flora 229 and tho dams of Thornless 218Ktyclouu 223 220 Inmille 220H Buzz Medium 220Jir Brigadier 221 h Harry Medium 221 Q Granby 225M Graceful 223 and Ham Kdlth 222K First Love 222 1 4 ErnSt letla 22H Ac Second dam Sal dam of Coaster 22dJ Cap Mnltravcrs 222 tain Clay Driftwood and grandma of Lirat dam Mamie West dam of Cudsb Marlowe pacer 215 by Canada Chief three yearold record 235 Adeline 231 West Bank 237 three years old Ac hi sire ol dams of Governor 230 and Joe Allle West 743 sire of Jewett 214ft Chsi Hooker sire Maud Maeev 217ft Ac ley Friel 210 1 4 Frank Champ Third dam the dam of Hole that produced West 227K Itnchel H 228f Ar hy Imp Yorkshire sire of uinticlic also sire dams of Mollle Wilkes 222 the dam nt Ashland Chief sire of Mack Allie Wilkes 222 1 4 ltacn 220 1 4 WJ Cloli1217K Wilkes 228 4 Ac Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred sire of Prince 227 J ten miles in 2808 M Second dam Madam Headtey dam of Miiw Mabel winner two year old Kentucky The fee of Fayette Wilkes is within the rench of all nud lower than that of unv Breeders Stake 1881 and ilapidau riant of Lockhnrt 214ft hy Stanhopes Edwin horse of equal merit in Kentucky Season 1 Â¬ 2lK STALU0M Flora Wilkes pacer 219 HAPPY WEST FOOez 5414 l if y 2101-4-Clmrlc- 22f u 1 U0or200TO INSURE - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ That taint of scrofula in your blood FAYETTE WILKES 2036 Farm enn be wholly eradicated by Ayers Sar Exhibition trial Oct 9 1880 223 J Maj W Boyce of Lexington says I saparilla Hay horse 15 hands 3 inches high foaled have used Qufnns Ointment for splints May 1878 I con- Â¬ Representative Ellis at the request of great 3sire and The handsomest son of bis bo re heels and soft enlargements the handsomest of any trot Bos sider it the beat of its kind on earth the Arena Publishing company of ting bred in the United Slates havo had success in ever case I have ton has written nn article for the July S1KKD HY UEOltGK WILKES 222 tried it on No one can recommend it number of that magazine showing why Sire of Harry Wilkes 213J Guy Wilkes tho next President should be a Democrat Jones too highly Sold by lloso 215K Mike Wilkes pacer 215 Wilson So so 217K Wilcox pacer 210K 215 Cleveland Can Not Ductlne ltosa Wilkes 218K Wilton 219 Tho verdict of the people is that Halls Joe Ex Senator Charles S Fairchild who Hair Rencwer cures grayness and bald- Â¬ Marcs bred by the season not proviug in foal have the usual privileges of return I nnd is at the head of tho anti Hill movement ness nave tor sale lugl bred colts nnd 111 ics out of producing dams by a greater number of breed sound highlv iinished trotters land prominent sires than any fahn in the in New York l a close friend of Mr For sale at actual individual John Price of Livingston county kill- Â¬ nintion seo prices based on which can be had merit I wish to farm or breed on the shares tweutv approved mares Foj further iufor- Ho emphatically denies the Cleveland the Catalogue on application Mares kept at regular rates statement that Cleveland is writing a ed Joe Foster who had assaulted him Ashland Park Farm Lexington Ky lotter of withdrawal I havo heard an intimation that Mr Do Business With a Home Institution Cloveland has written a letter of withdrawal ho said to a reporter I do not know of any fact which would be a carbuncles foundation for such n statement I con THE CLAY CITY wider that Mr Cleveland has nothing to scrofulous sores do cither with running or withdrawing eczema and all other Tho letter to Gen Bragg should have blood diseases Mttled that question 1 consider him CLAY CITY KY the strotFgest candidate in tho race take ICdgewood Â¬ Â¬ kins 220 1 4 Champagne 230 mid the dams of So So 217 1 4 dam of Ail So CLOUD 5195 Mniubrluo Dudley 219ft London 220 Ac Out of the dam of Hlaek Cloud 217J his 220 Third dam Mrs Stanhope bv Mambrinn sire out of the dam of Wilson 216 Hay horse foaled March 31 1881 ChiefIL sire of Lady Thorn 218K Wood Hred at ford Mnmhrino 221 M nnd four others Ashland Park His sons sired London 220 Pancoast SIUED HY ABDALLAH WEST 2583 221ft sire of Patron 214 M and 79 otli Sire of Wilkin 227 ers His daughters produced Piedmont First dam tho dam of Hlaek Cloud 217K 217 1 4 Director 217 sire of Direct by Pilot Walker pacer 218 1 4 pacing 200 Margaret S 21214 Second dam the Oluke Pacing Mare Ac nnd 21 others in the 30 list Notk Abdnllah West 2583 by Allio West Fourth dam by Hunts Commodore sire of first dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson 21CK dams of Commodore Belmont isire of Car by Clark Chief second dam Ohio bv rie Belle 221if Doneaster 228 1 4 fiers American Clay third dam brought from nium 2 28K Ac and MuuihrunelIo8irenf Ohio and represented to be bv Browns Sadie Howe 220 Tom Bntton 22c Ac Hellfounder Abdullah West died at six Fifth dam bv Copperbottoni unimlsire o years old He was the most promising dam of Rosalind 221ft and Donald 227 colt I ever bred NOTKHappy West is a rich niahogniiy West Cloud is a rich mnhognnv bay 15 bay 10 hands 2 ii olios higii nud a horse of hands 2 inches with black nmnoiiml tnil elegant style witli as good aotion n any and black legs extending above knees and i son Happv Medium ever sired as at two nocKs tie is a powertully built horse for years old he could trot in 240 nud would nis neignt nutl lias the most finished set of nave trotted in 230 at three years old lmd it feet and legs it is possible to get on a horse not been for an accident on the cars lv of iny breed As a two year old he gave which one of his hind legs was injured evidence of being possessed of remarkable causing him to have to be thrown out of speed as with little handling he trotted a training In this horse I have the utmnu half mile in 118 1 5 nnd miles in his work rwtlWiflawinn nc n nrmit ulia Iiaiiii Tlantw o OV a m ojoi -tv iu cu yVUn oki ne wns noi i Medium one ot iv most noted ol the sons tne trained owing to n very severe attack of of Hamhletouiau nnd out of a daughter of pink eye He also did no work on th track the great Allie West the second dam is the as a lour year old As a five year old he was dam of Miss Mabel and Rnpidan who islicr jogged and trained lightlv more for the pur first colt rod need Lockhnrt with a record pose or ascertaining if he was entirely re- of 214ft It is my Intention to stand Happy covered than with a view of testing his West the season ot 1892nt50lNSURANCK speed In a few months he trotted a full thus ntlordiug an opportunity to farmers nnd mile in 238 and half in 113 The season breeders to secure the services of one of the 1890 he served a few mares of my own greatest speed producing representatives in and was not put to work until September the country at a nominal price as he will te arJ his improvement was most remarkable limited to 30 mares Parties wishing to breed He repeatedly trotted halves iu 110 and I to him should apply early No other sou of am fully convinced he will with aircusons the great Happy Medium out of as good a training trot in 220 I will let him serve dam Atands at such n low figure hut I am twenty mares season of 1892 outside of ten determined to let the miblic test his merits of my own at 50 INSURANCE Money fas a sire believing in the near futurgJie will due when mare proves to he in foal be among the best in the country son Forrest 851 of Edwin Forrest sire of Hnrrv Slanhope 231 49 sire of HillvHos WEST Â¬ - 1 - 1 Â¬ Â¬ B J TREACY Â¬ For Boils Pimples National banK 50000 and Skin Ointment A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old Chromo Sores FovorSores Eczema Itch Pralrio Scratches Soro Nipples and Piles It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of cases havo been cured by it after all other treatment lad failed It is put up in 25 and 60 cent boxes For salo by Roso Kjre Chamberlain Ayers Sarsaparilla It will Capital Swango octOyl dyspepsia nervous debility and that tired feeling relieve and cure Moonshine Keg Ben Bigstail showed us on Monday a you i will keg which ho had brought with him from tho mountains which had neither hoop WHOlKSALE DKAIKKS IN nor Rtave It was mado from a section BIOSTAFF REAR of tho body of a lynn troo cut the right length shaped up and tho lusidocut out ATTORNEYS AT LAW Tho grooves for tho heads were then cut MT STERLING KY tho ends of tho keg boiled until they be came soft and tho heads sprung into po- Â¬ Practice In the courts of Montgomery ami counties utul in sition It is much lighter than tho ordi- Â¬ adjoining Federal Courts tho Court of Ap peals anil Third Race and Union Sts nary Jccg and much more substantial CINCINNATI O Mr Bigstaff brought it with him as a A H STAMPER We carry the goods that will suit vour present to Alex Maoklln A great many trade and our prices are THK LOWEST of them are mndo in tho mountains and AT aro generally filled with mountain dew Special attention to mail orders us soon as completed CAMPTON KY Frankfort Round- Â¬ Has Cured Others cure FRANK B RUSSELL President Cashier No Bank iu Eastern Kentucky has better vaults nor better facilities for keeping your account Managed entirely bv home people who know you and who are always ready to This combined young stallion will mnke accommodate you the season of 1802 nt our stables in Hazel SB Money to lonn on reasonable rates CJreen Ky and will serve mnres nt TEN Call on us DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COLT money due when the mare foals with a lien nn colt until the money is paid or if the mare is parted with or bred to another horse the money is then due i FLOYD PAY jfitmilMmyiWiSwW GOLD DUST JfORRESTpEWALL season of 1802 nt 10 TONSURE A LIV ING COLT money due when the mnre foals is parted with or bred to another horse with a lien on the colt until the Ma son moiiev is paid This stallion will he nt the stables of J H Cecil one mile from Ezel the first and third weeks of each month and at W Henrys 2J miles west ot West Liberty Coney the second and fourth weeks of each month DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREK Bav with black iioinis seven vears oltl this spring 1G hands high Sired by M- - This lnccoraM combined stallion1 sn r t will mnke the Â¬ LOUIS STIX CO O Â¬ Dry Goods notions H Â¬ o COLD DUST is 7 years old the 28th day of May 1802 10 hands high a beautiful chest nut with star and white hind feet beautiful mane and tail His power style and action are unsurpassed He was sired by Senator Dillard Dudlev he by Blackburn he John Dillard the graudsire of Phil Thomp son record 211 Eric McCloud and Mck witli reconls better than 22 His dam was sired by the Phillips horse the sire of Blue lllfl Jeans he bv Gen Taylor dec Also at the same stables will be found the Â¬ 1 DK SCIUITION AND lKMOKKK Â¬ Iwnl Itik ltt jjl l1 ATTORNEY LAW about A Guaraatned Remedy Mcgrimlue tho only permanent euro for all forms of hoadaehe and neuralgia rellovcs tho pain in from IGAo 20 min Â¬ utes For salo on positive guarantee at ThbHbrald ofllco or sent postpaid by mail on receipt of price 60 cents a box Offers his professional services to tho eitl sons of Wolfe nnd adjoining counties Will make collections nnd remittances promptly J PIERATT Livery Feed and Sale Stable HAZEL GREEN KY fcfir Douhlc and Single Rigs nud Saddle Horses for hire Parties convey ed to any point on reason The Alllaaco Not In It Tho official count of tho Senatorial voto in Mason county was mado on tho 24th A KATURAZ REMEDY TOR of May Mason county gavo Judge Wall Democrat 1636 S G tlillis Republic Â¬ Epileptic Fits Falling Sickness Hyster- Â¬ an 839 and Squlro Luttroll Alliance ics St Vitus Dance Nervousness juowis county gave nuige wan otH 00 Hypochondria Melancholia In Hillls 838 and Luttroll 228 Only about one third of tho voto of the district was obrlly Sleeplessness Diz cast Tho election was a special one to zlness Urnln and Spl- elect a Senator in place of Senator Poyntz appointed to tho Railroad Comnal Wcaknoss mission Â¬ H ptSRKQll Â¬ Â¬ WtohJ able terms tioneering and solicit business of this kind Respectfullv An JOHN II PIERATT rI will ulso attend to nil enlls for auc Â¬ WOOD DAY f a 1 II 1 twood DAY Office over Kxehnnge Bank Maysvllle St Mt Sterling Kv Practice iu Montgomery Powell Menffee Wolfe Breathitt Rowan Magoffin and Mor gan counties and Superior Court and Court ATTORNEYS AT LAW Â¬ Just as Biiro as hot weather comes thoro will bo more or less bowel complaint in this vicinity Every person and es pecially families ought to havo somo reliable medicine on hand for instant A 26 or 60 cent use in cjiao it is needed Chamberlains Colic Cholera bottlo of and Diarrhoea Remedy is just what you ought to havo and all that you would need oven for tho most severe and dan gerous cases It is tho best the most reliable and most successful treatment known and is pleasant to take For wile by Roso Jones Â¬ Â¬ This medlclno has direct action upon tho norvo contors allaying all Irritabili- Â¬ MAUPIN ties and increasing tho How and power WITH of norvo fluid It Is perfectly harinloss ana leaves no unpleasant effects A ValHublo lloek ea Nerves WHOLESALE DltY GOODS te lHHe- sent freecan mut addrM NOTIONS HOOTS SHOES c nrt le eWula Itla fra iUosta of eharxe liMillnliA fre feGly CATLKTTSIlUIia KY Tills boa ttrpad the ruor pmru uudorklsVvnu ludbysinceItowread hoonltfof fort U Uuqw by ttie Yv tllrcctlou H BOSWELL Pnoiiuirroit forget the fact that you can C3 Tho iiHtlv ivlibraiwi There has an DONT best writing paper at this ofliuo largo well been addedroomsAnnex with 20 KOEHIG MED CO Chicsg III Ti lWrvliiiKlPPl IHll Street Cars ventilated SaklbyDroKKtoUatSlnerRett gfergf pass the door every live minutes Located nro 8old nt tliis oinco nt 10 cents a lrciu Job printing chenp nt this ofllco within two squares of depot and the Jicst pencil in town m 5c npiec of Appeals Hll D H CARPENTER FREE - rtrtu ehie torrest Stone walls 1st dam bv Browns Stonewall 2d dam b Tom Crowdcr 3d dam by Balls Copperbottnm 4th dam by Ola 111 tM no win serve u IJ i iiiiiiicu niiinoer 01 ap fancy by Old Brown Pilot proved maies at TEN DOLLARS TO IN with Gooil will be jSURK A LIVING COLT on same terms na us but carewill not taken of mares left acci we be ropnnsihlc for above dents should anv occur nKSOIMITION AND IKDUIllKK HENRY CECIL POST BOY JR was sired hy Post Boy West Liberty Kv record 223 he hy Mnuie sire of Clemiiiie 10 215 Alice Stoner 224 MvMerv 22ll miuui iiuery hireuIIO ivcj iiiiiii If III l uvniriuuinurc fcire of Santa Clans 217 Tucker 211 Cricket 210 Adonis 211 Semicolon 210 Sister V 2181 Hummer 2lt Charles This combined voting Stallion will make Derby 220 Faustinn 225 Bonnie Wilmore the present seasoii of 1S2 miles Irein 222s Bhwcbcrry 221 nnd a number of Hazel Green nt tlic hfnlli nf3j lloM Dnvlil others iu the 230 li t POST BOY JR is at the low price of u beautiful chestnut with no marks 7 a ears old May lrth IS2 lr hands 3 inches liiuh 6 to Colt and gives promise of being heard from iu Money due when colt is foaled alive with the future among trotters Any one who is a lieu on colt until season moiiev is paidfamiliar with Shiners Post Boy will readily Tom Cfiii will be 4 vears old the 171 recognize Post Boy Jr Mav He is 161 has fin1 And last hut not least will he found nt dav ofnnd can show n hands hiirli ti te gai three nt In same stables the well known nud highlv color tho He is ulso a fine saddle horse appreciated JACK He was sired hy the well known Prater horse lie by the Phillips horse lllsfirt dam was by Blackhawk and she out of Who will serve mares at TEN DOLLARS mare by Bay Bassinger he bv the lnr TO IKSlllti A LIVING COLT on same horse a standard bred horse tliot stood hi terms ns above described This Jack lias no Illinois The Prater lumv was out of n superior as a good breeder ehrated Virginia mate Tom Ckc i is a good individual is prov Care will be taken to nrevent accidents mu we win noi nc rcspousiDiCMinuiil anv nc ing hiniMIfn tine breeder ami his colts arr large good cur JT DAYtO qualities color and show fine coiuhiiU All care will he taken to prevent acci HE CLARENDON dents hut should anv occur I will unt he Cor Limestone nnd Short sts p HOSE- Lkxinoton Ky responsible1802 April S elegantly bred young trotting Stallion 1111 IF IIIIIHI 1111 111 IIIIIII IJ Ml - POST BOY JR J 1 Â¬ Â¬ - 1 fom Cfell Insure a Living - GEN JOHN MORGAN Â¬ T Â¬ JlCCf