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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jM t - V i SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald Of t Noisy World With Nows From All Nations LumbTing at Ills Back 100 A YEAR Always In Advnno KKflETJl YEAH HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY ICY WASHINGTON FRIDAY JUNE 10 1802 NUMBER 12 Walt until I thereby bo released from tho provisions ably saying when asked sco who the Republicans put up then I of this net and tho production of his tax Washington June 8 1802 receipt Bhall bo ovidonco of this fact President Harrisons friends here in can tell you moro about it Â¬ gG Thnt nothing in this act shall be Tho Senato has adopted a joint reso tho opinion of unprejudiced observers authorizing and directing tho construed to release any ono from any made a blunder that may cost him the lution nomination by fighting Secretary Blaipe President to issuo a proclamation setting road duty now imposed upon him bylaw g 7 That any officer failing to perform Â¬ as thoy have been publicly doing this nsido tho 12th of next Oetobor as a gen OF week If it bo true as eeeniR to bo con- Â¬ eral holiday in honor of tho four hun his duty under tho provisions of this act bo liable to a fino of not moro than ceded by his friends and enemies alike dredth anniversary of tho discovery of shall 10 for such failure rccovcrablo as pro- Â¬ that Mr Blaine has only to say tho America The House is again finding it difficult vided in section 3 word to rcceivo tho nomination is it not r ipi iimi ni g 8 It shall bo tho duty of tho county plain that ho has power enough in his to keep a quorum in town and Itttlo or Â¬ party to defeat tho aspirations of Mr no improvement is expected until tho attorney to prosecuto under tho provisHarrison if ho bo so disposed even if National political conventions have been ions of this act gl Whereas there aro many ablo ho does not take tho nomination himself held bodied insolvents in this Stato from Working County KoiwIh and is there any moro certain way to o IN Mr Bass from tho House Committco whom there can bo no county lovy tax make him so disposed than to make him mad If ho is not already mad ho has a on Internal Improvements reported tho collected and tho said tax is lost to tho first counties therefore an emergency oxists much meeker disposition thau ho has following bill which was read tho ordered to bo read n second and is hereby declared and this act shall timcand over been given credit for claim that timo on another day and ordered print tako effect and bo in forco from and after Tho friends of Mr Harrison its approval by tho Governor ho will bo nominated on the first ballot oil viz to enable tho counties in this An Act and one man a Democratic Senator Mr Kendall of Kentucky who re Â¬ ho will be but Commonwealth to work upon its public has wagered 1000 that pay Â¬ cently succeeded to his fathers scat in their actipns bclio their claims Tho roads able bodied delinquents in the tho House delivered his maiden speech anti Blaiuo pronuncinmento issued by ment of tho county levy tax Â¬ Bo it enacted by the Genoral Areembly which was addressed to tho silver questho quartet of colored ox office holders tion His honored predecessor ho said Kentucky and officials composed of Bruce Lynch of tho Commonwealth of Â¬ g 1 That hereafter when there shall bo had pledged tho convention that nomiChcatam the only colored Congressman nated him that ho would lift their ban- Â¬ and Fred Douglas which whs issued by returned by the oherift of any county ner in fire against tho money changers direction of a member of tho Cabinet within this Commonwealthor othorofficor the money lenders and tho Shyloeks of county was not an act of confidence Mr Har- Â¬ whoso duty it is to collect tho his ic Wall Btreet tho tariffs of the East and rison may be nominated but he and his lovy in his final settlement of levy in tho railroads of the West In a much friends are just now very much alarmed counts as collector of the county Every Department Overflowing to its utmost capacity This is not a Â¬ said county a list of tho insolvents and humbler way but with an equally fear at his prospect imunuim ClHCn pCnilV SaiO OI nny KIIUI uut gtmu iiuii--sallowed him less and unflinching zeal not caring at fair prices Durine the coming week we will display full No speech was ever moro carefully lis the said list shall have been leadtho manner what tho consequences might be ho was lines of Mens and Boys Clothing representing the tened to than that of Senator Sherman as a credit on his accounts in and here to redeem that pledge It mattered ing and best manufacturers in the United States He is re and upon tho terms now provided by law nr ninut tho frofl coinacc bill Europe We will forfeit our reputation of thirty not what political party had tho Presi We have nevgarded as the ablest financier among tho it shall bo tho duty of the county court dent and Congress so long as a high pro- Â¬ years standing in Lexington countySr counties to forth er failed to keep our promises heretofore opponents of that bill and his speech clerk of said a list of said tective tariff and a contraction of the gave evidenco of having been most care- Â¬ with prepare in duplicate magis currency obtained both saddled upon That wo will sell you the best Mens Suit at 5 fully prepared Still since Senator Hill insolvents as returned from each and to fur-Â¬ tho American people by tho Republican That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 10 and Gen Hunton tho new Senator from terial district in said county mado party just no long would tho poor pcoplo Virginia voted with tho silver men it nish one of said lists as aforesaid That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 15 residing in of this country continue to com pikin and is regarded as more certain than over to each of the magistrates That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 20 sutler Either tho circulating medium thnt thn lull will nasa the Senate It each of tho said magisterial districts in the best Mens Suit at 25 That we will sell you the said mag must bo increased to meet these demands has been unanimously agreed not to vote said county and thereupon so furnished or business would bo out down to tho on the bill until after the 14th of this istrate shall take said list DEPARTMENT I OUR MERCHANT TAILORING him by said county court clerk and shall compass of our present circulation month In 1873 tho Republican party under pre- Â¬ Workmen are hrst- r t 1S till IIIIUOU ill Villi TTtni wvi juih u Stotna Our Hnttpni and we have ever none There should be no politics in dealing thereupon ascertain in what road tho leadership of Senator Sherman in such able We are doing the largest business clats artists with a petition presented to the Senate cinct in his magisterial district Â¬ Come and make your selections eany pr any of them prop- Â¬ imitation of England seorotly and clan by Senator Hiscock this week signed by bodied insolvents Biivcr in the dark and belong and shall thereupon furnish destinely struck Borne of the most prominent citizens of erly millionaires had sprung Up in great num- Â¬ road precinct with New York members of all political par- Â¬ tho surveyor of such insolvents returned as bers and on tho other hand tho poor ties calling attention to tho easy natu- Â¬ a list of such Â¬ belonging therein and there had mostly become paupers Tho atralization of foreign born citizens in aforesaid duty of such sur- Â¬ tempt made in tho Senato last Wednes Â¬ New York and asking that a committee upon it shall bo tho Â¬ to appoint a day by Mr Sherman to shirk the respon I LEADING CLOTHIERS and FINE TAILORS be appointed to inquire into tho methods veyor of such road precinct sibility for that direst calamity ever mills day and notify said insolvents thereof of these written or visited upon tho American people by conducted by political bosses with tho by one days uotico cither LEXINGTON KENTUCKY said delinquents Congress was in his judgment the weak Â¬ whereupon aid and connivance of judges with elas- verbal said road under tho est utterenco in tho nature of an opology tic consciences Neither party is guilt- Â¬ Bhall attend upon such surveyor of said road that ever fell from the lips of Ohios less of the charge of making voters to supervision of conditions herein- Â¬ very able and ingenious senior Senator rt order by this method Tho moro diff- Â¬ and shall under tho The outraged and indignant had called work out the amount of icult the attainment of American citizen Â¬ after imposed a halt Tho public servant who permit Â¬ ship is made the more highly it will be said county levy tax theso protests to go unheeded did so 3 2 That when any insolvents so as ted prized by these who obtain it at his own peril Ono of tho strongest aro dirn illlVnrr Irnvn Farm hOEQfl 3 The Senate bill passed this weekCom aforesaid returned and residents of any counts in tho indictment upon which the Alter not assigned to incorporated towi orJuEwTluiclnc 1WlJ Kayn a largo Buncfi recting tho Interstate Commerce removed Â¬ every known remedy 011y road in said county Democrats had arraigned tried convictfrom a 3 year old mission to ascertain and report upon a labor upon any public of two yews standing of billionwith three applications bo tho duty of the County ed and sentenced the forco bill and uniform system of automatic couplers then it shall Â¬ -dollar Congress before a jury county OINTMENT i for freight care is ono about which Judgo of saidof road to designnto upon posed of their own constituents in com that leading into such opinions It is what section used or heard S there should be no two h A I ill I H Lnvsw memorable uprising in which the Demo Â¬ I Â¬ ItUthebestpreparfttlon insolvents shall labor as afore It to all Horsemen in the interest of humanity and should town such of 1 heartily Kansas he shall thereupon notify tho cratic banners danced in the become a law at tho earliest possible said and 1 hundrcdt e ueh ttiUmonlal s ho politically emas- Â¬ We have HWfffc surveyor of such section or precinct in breezes unhorsing moment 4 mirvUt far IL If bO tri- Â¬ his action in that behalf culated sarcastic Ingalls aud waved Some people might suppose that Na Â¬ writing of Â¬ such surveyor shall notify umphantly over tho three great Com wniuiiwi tional political conventions were a source whereupon KnannuDi kibk W B KIJDX have given to tha as provided in section monwealths that of enormous profit to the railroads but said insolvents and it Bhall bo tho duty constitutional Democracy of the Union a prominent railroad man says that just first of this act to attend when noti- Â¬ the sago Palmer the wizard lipped Vilas the reverse is true and that they cost of said delinquents was the upon said road excepting andhe diplomatic Dickinson the railroads a largo sum of money be fied and labor charge that tney had s tiled tbe silver by section first cause about nme ienina oi muse wmu thoso excluded bill passed by the Democratic and silver g 8 That such Insolvents as come with Â¬ AT THE attend do so without having to buy of section first and Stato Senators He was unable to see their tickets and in many instances thoe in the provisions ad- Â¬ shall when notified as tho consistency of any Democrat in on complimentary special trains second of this act who go its perÂ¬ said survoyor attend at the vocating this radical wrong and aro fed for several days going and com aforesaid by Cbilgress Ignored the If designated and labor upon said petuation iug at tho cxpciiso of the rail roads Sqch timo people the people might Ignore Congress their labor shall receive a Â¬ No 12 W a train left here at an early hour Thurs- road and for per day upon their He trusted that the House would pass from 5 A day morning carrying nearly ono hun Â¬ credit of fifty cents shall contlnuo to tho Bland bill or some kindred measure Meals to Order at All Hours Breakfast Regular Meals 25 Cents they from 6 P M ju 0 v dred WasVincton correspondents to Min wddtaxtand to D a m Dinner from 10 A M to 3 p M Supper labor from day to day a- - directed by M to 1 m 6 Ope I1fllaa Kaajlaesrii Then there are the private neapolis ters Lamb Fries Fish Chickens and Quail- - a specialty until they have thus work The question of licensing engineers is parlor and dining cars that have to be said surveyor CU LUICAHT Proprietor Tako it all ed out the full amount oi said tax and being so agitated in every state inthe donated to the big guns to attend when notified or Union that within a short time for the mvpa n n and all the National conventions coat for a failure in attendance they sliajl protection of human lvesc it will be Im Â¬ the railroads many thousands of dollars to labor when it is be liable to a fine of 2 00 for each day possible for any one intrusted with steam But he added with a wink labor said fine recov to hold or secure a situation without money well ppt as it keeps thpm solid they shall fall to warrartt in the name of tho passing a rigid examination and obtain Â¬ with the politicians and big newspapers crable by before any justice of the ing a license Stephensons Illustrated t DEALERS IN of all political shades which sometimes Commonwealth npaco in anv county within this Common- - Practical Test has been published to aid means a good deal enforceable as other fines engineers preparing to paes such exam Â¬ The Syracuse convention acted as a wealth and ination and m it embraces all ta e ijttett damper upon the Cleveland boow in areny law HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY 4 Any fineH recovered under the pre- tlous askfd oh tit Boiler Pump CagiH of Dress Congress aBd the wimUrHill Democrats ceding section of this act Bhal be apÂ¬ Dynamo Corliss Engine Ac It has al Â¬ nor Cleve of Dry Goods Notions Ladies neither Carry a complete line who believe that Chicago is plied as It Is now provided by law that ready met with suoh a demand that It is land will be nominated at Clothing Good Gent sell FOR CASH at prices daily increasing slowly There will fines for a failure to work upon roads now h its fourth edition Tail work Â¬ cines Saddles Harness ee and which only oost om Wlr e he ob All goods probably be a concentration of Dsmo shall be applied lower than ever before seen in Hazel Green been returned tained of the publisher Walter G Kraft 1 6 That If after having crat6 sentiment after Jhe Republican aforesaid by the 8herlft 70 La Salle Street Ciiiwi guaranteed as represented or money relundeU nominations have been made If one may as insolvent as to pay hi Mid EXK judge from tho number of those who de- Â¬ any person shall desire Job printing cheap at thlrKet NEATLY CHEAPLY and PROMPTLY shall have the right to do so shJ Send your order cline to express their preference Invari tax he AT THIS OFFICE CUTED LETTER The Greatest Effort Â¬ OTJR IETSB bquaimd THE LIVES History Lexington -- Louis Gus Straus AioSpieCmi u-ii--o Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- L -- C STRAUS citizenship-while-you-wa- it Â¬ J x M Â¬ Â¬ QUINNS -- Ymm w xMr 6BAND rtaWDHT teiiffllsh JOtehe Short Street Kf Lexington Ky 0s V Wins Tr nowim Â¬ - JOB PRINTING mm Hazel Green Herald SPENCER COOPER Publisher KY LLF ESTEh THE SARATOGA MIRACLE Â¬ 1 ficirStttUllcd Darky Who Valued nil Hrrticrn Highly HAZEL GltKEN MARKS 8ew - OF PROSPERITY orrl FrntnrrN of AinMtloim Wft Two tilings that are novel to a visitor attract attention in all the far west Â¬ Neither is ern towns nnd cities n branch of government yet both a ff cot it The first is tho stand point from which vice is regarded as a factor in public affairs especially in the smaller cities It is a trick of the popular mind where I have been between Chicago and tho Pacific const to gauge the vitality and prosperity of a town by tho showing it makes in what may be called its night side It is part of the quality of hospitality and is born of the desire to entertain all comers as they would wish to be entertained These cities are far apart and are the centers of great regions It i understood that those who vNit them come to spend money not only upon necessaries and luxuries but at drinking and gambling in concert halls dance houses and tho like Ifn large and lively section of a town min isters to these appetites visitors are taken to fcc it If such a quarter lan guishes good citizens apologize and seek to show tjat the city is not back- Â¬ ward in other respects In discussing this subject a very pushing western man of national and honorable reputa- Â¬ tion said There is wisdom and experience behind all that If I am asked to buy lots or to locate in a city I would visit the place and if I didnt see a good lively after dark quarter and didnt hear chips rattling and corks 7opping there would be no need to tell me about the geographical position of the town or its jobbing trade or bank Â¬ ing capital would have none of it The other novelty in western town life is the inevitable combination of leading citizens pledged to promote the best interests of their town Such a body is variously called aboard of trade ehamlMjr of commerce or a commercial club It is the burning glass which focusses the public spirit of the community Us most competent oil leer is usually the highly salaried secretary Ho does for his town what a railroad passenger agent or a commercial traveler does for his employers that is to sa3 he secures business He invites manufacturers to set up workshops in his city offering a gift of land or of land and money or of exemption from taxa- Â¬ tion for a term of years The mer- Â¬ chants and perhaps the city otticials also support his promises In a South Dakota city I have known a fine brick warehouse to be built and given with the hunt under it to a wholesale grocery firm for doing busi Â¬ ness there In a far northwestern city there was talk during last winter of sending a man east on salary to stay away until he could bring back capital to found a smeltery These boards of trade often organize local companies to give a city what it needs They urge the people to subscribe for stock in as sociations that are to build electric mil ways opera houses hotels convention halls water supply and illuminating companies often dividing an acknowl edged financial loss for the sake of a public gain Thus these boards provide tho machinery by which the most ambitious forward and enterprising com- Â¬ munities In the world expend and util- Â¬ ize their energy Julius Halph in llar Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ itii Town Few things make a man more agreea bly independent of other peoples opinions than a lofty estimate of his own abilities Casar Pnyson a middle aged negro living in a small Massachusetts town possessed this soothing quality of self esteem to a remarkable degree lit was what is called a good hand at odd Jobs but his principal occupation was that of a wood sawyer One day he was sawing wood in the side yard of a favorite eustomah and son of the house was the watching him with much enjoyment listening at the same time to the word of wisdom which Ctusnr was always letting fall I tell yo watMasr Ned remarked Cresar Ise paid a high compullment to yo ma comin hyur to day as I done a high compullment Ise done gone lost moren fifteen dollars comin liynr to day Masr Ned Why hows that CicsarV inquirec the boy much impressed Wy yo see dab was six oder people wat wanted me I reckon dat nc make fifteen dollahs Masr Ned An I dispointod evry one of em jest fo yo mal said Ned you tievei Hut CiPMir earn more than two dollars and a hall in a day and you couldnt have worker for but one of them anyway could ten-year-o- ld Further Investigated by an lac pross Roportor Already Stated mil Confirmed Tho Interview with LciuIIiir rtiyalrlnnn Who Trotted Quant The MoatMar- vclomi Cano In tho History of Medical Science A few weeks ago aa article nppenred in this paper copied from tho Albany N Y Journal giving tliopartlcularaor one or tho most rctnarkabln cares of tho 10th century Tho arlivlo was under tlio heading A Sara toga Co Miracle and excited such wide Â¬ spread continent that another Albany paper detailed a reporter to mako tho Uxpi-cssa thorough investigation or the statements The appearing in tho Journals article facts as elicited by tho Express reporter are given In tho lollowiag article which appeared in that paper on Apifl lUthnad makes ono of tho most interesting stories ever rclntcd A few weeks rpo there wns published in tho Albany Kvcning Journal tho story of a most remarkable indeed so remarkable as to well justify tho term miraculous euro of a severe easo of locomotor ataxia or creeping parnlsis simply by tlio uso of 1ink rills for Palo People and in compliance with instructions an Express reporter has been devoting some time in a critical investigation of the real facts of the ease The story of the wonderful euro of Cliailcs A Quant of Gal way Saratoga county N Y as first told in The Journal has been copied into hundreds if not thousand b of other dally and weekly news- Â¬ papers and has created such a sensation throughout tho entire country that it was deemed a duty duo all the people and es- Â¬ pecially tho thousands nf similarly nfillctcd that the statements of tho eno as made in Tho Albany Journal and copied Into so manv other newspapers Bhoulil ir true be verified or It false cjtpcscd as an imposition upon public credulity Tho result of the Express reporters in Â¬ vestigations authorizes him in saying thnt tho story or Charles A Quants euro of In comotor ataxia by tho no of Pink Pills for Palo People a popular remedy prepared and put up by tho Dr Williams Medicine Coinpauv Morristown N Y and Brock ville Ontario IS TRUE and that all its statements aro not only justified but ver- Â¬ ified by tho fuller development of tho fur- Â¬ ther facts of tho ease Perhaps tho readers or tho Express nre not all of them fully fainilmr with tho de tails of this miraculous restoration to health of a man who after weeks and monthBof treatment by the most skillful doctors in two of tho best hospitals in the stntoof New York tho Roosevelt hospital in New York citv and St Peters hospital in Albany wns dismissed from each as in curable and because tho ease was deenietl incurable tho man was ctemca admission Into several others to which application was made in his behalf Tho story as told by Mr Quant himself and published in the Album Journal is as follows Sly mime is Charms A Quant I am 17 years old I was born in the villnpo of Gal wav and exroptiug while traveling ou busi ncss and a little while in Amsterdam have spent my whole Ufo hero Up to abouteigbt years ago 1 had never been s ck and was then in perfect health 1 was felly six foot tall weighed ISO pounds und was ver strong For 1J jeais I was traveling salesman for a piano und organ company and had to do or at least did do a groat deal of heavy lifting cot my meals cry irregu larly and slept in enough spare beds in country houses to freco any ordinary ninu to death or at least give him the rheumatism About eight years ago 1 began to feel distress In my stomach und consulted sev eral doctors about it They all said It was dyspepsia ami for dynpepsia 1 was treated by various doctors m different places mid took all tho patent medicines 1 could hoar or that claimed in ho a euro for dyspepsia But 1 continued to grow gradually worse for four years Then 1 began to have pain in my back and leg and became conscious that my legs were gelling weak and m 1 step unstea iy and thou I staggered when walked Having received no benefit from the uso of patent medieiiies and fcellrg that I was cfiiistnutly growing worse then upon advice begun tho uso of electric bolts pndsaud all thoiuauv dllTeiont kinds ol electric appliances 1 could hear of and spent lumdmls of dollars for thorn but Hero Mr Quant they did mo no good showed the Journul reporter au clectrlesuit in of underwear lor which he paid fliM the doctors ndvipcd a change the fall of ot climate so I went to Atlanta Ga and noted as agent for the Estey Organ Com Â¬ pany While there I took a thorough elec irietreatment but It only seemed to aggra vate my disease and the ouls relief 1 could get from the sharp and distressing pains was to take morphine Tho pain was so in teiifo al times thnt It scorned as though 1 could not stand it nnd I almost longed for death as the only tortnin teller In Septem- Â¬ ber of is my legs gave out entirely und my loftoyo was drawn to one bide so that 1 had double sight and was dizzy My trouble so allcctcd mv wholo nervous ms cmthatl had to give up business Thou 1 returned t New Yoric and went to the Boosewlt hospital whoro lor four months 1 wns treated by speoaiists and they pro nounced my i nsc locomotor titaxia and In- Â¬ curable Alter 1 hud Leon under treatment by Prof Siarr and Dr Wmo for four mouths they told mo they had done all they could for mc Then I went to tho New Yoik hospital ou Fifteenth sireet where upon examination they said I was incur nolo and would not take mo in At the Piesbyterlan hospital they examined mo and told me tlio satno thing In March SH I wns taken to St Peters hospital in Albany where Prof 11 11 llui frankly told mywllo my case was hopeless tint ho could do nothing for mio and that sht Vad Â¬ Â¬ rct Â¬ you inHow old is you Masr Ned quired Ciesar pausing for a moment Ten years old last November saic the boy Anyo expects me to uncrstand all de ins an outs ob aritmetic at yo age sonny Ie chilen ob de present age it Â¬ order lu such eases iomo mouths after Mr Marshall began a ourso oC treatment with Jr Williams Pink Pills and artcr taking somo 15 boxos was fully restored to health 1 thought I would try thorn and my wl To seat for two boxes or tho pills and I took them accord mg to tho directions ou tho wrnpper ou uneh box For tho first fow days tho cnld baths wero pretty severe as 1 wns so very weak bat l continued to follow instructions as to taking tho pills and the treatment and oven before 1 had used up the two boxes of tho pills I began to feel beneficial results from them My pains wero not so bad I felt warmer my head felt better my food began to relish and agree with mo 1 could straighten up tho loeling began to como back Into my limbs I began toboablo to get about on crutches my cyo came buck again as good as ever and now after tho uso of eight boxes of tlio pills at a cost of only 100 scol I can with tho help of a cauo only walk all about tho house aud yard can saw wood and on plcniant dayB 1 walk down town My stomach trouolois gono 1 havt gamed ten pounds I feel like a new man und when tho spring opens 1 expect to bo ablo to renew my organ and piano agency 1 cannot speak in too high terms of Dr Williams Pink Pills for Pale Pcopio nsl know they saved my bfo after all tho doctors had given mo up as Incurable Such is tho wonderful story which the Express reporter has succeeded in sucurlng verification of in all its details fiom tho hospital records where Mr Quant was treated aud from tho doctors who had the case lu hand nnd who pronounced him Incurable Let it bo remembered that nil tins hospital treatment was two aud three years ago whilo his cure bv the ue of Dr Williams Pink Pills Tor Pule People has been effected since last September lblll So it Is beyond a doubt evident that Ids recovery is wholly duo to tlio uso or these famous pills which have been found to have mndo such remarkable cures in this aud other cases Mr Quant plnced in the hands of tho re porter his card of admission to Roosevelt hospital which is hero reproduced lu fur ther confirmation of his statements SEniES n 4 jy claim allowed by tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ont mcdlciuo in tho sonso in which thw ivvu hum in u II 8CKh j ttllc preparation successfully used In pn BvIInral lifiillnn fnn mnml vini UUHirO- oein v u vi w mi MlIV JVII nfTnriul tn Mm tinlitli cronni nllu I il tain in a condensed form all tho element necessary to give new life nnd rlclinessie Iho blood und restore stint torcd turvet They aro an unfading specific for such dii oases as locomotor ataxia partial partuV sis St Vitus dance sciatica neiirulcia rheumatism nervous headache the nftt effucts or lagrippe palpitation of tkcj heart palo and sallow complexions that tlreJ fooling resulting from nervous prostration all diseases dopending upon vltlaUd Jm mora in tho blood b ich aa scrofula curoula erysipelas etc They aro nlso a spoi illo for troubles peculiar to females such as bub presBlous irregularities und all forms of weakness They build up the blood and re store the glow of hoalth to palo or sailow checks In tho easo or men thev effect a radical euro in nil cases arising fi om men Uil worry overwork or excesses of what ever nature On further inquiry tho writer found that these pills aro manufactured by tho fir AVillinma Medicine Company llroekvllle Ontario nnd Morristown N Y and art sold in boxes mover in looso form by the dozen or hundred at 50 cents a box or Mr W and may bo had of at druc boxes for gists or direct by mull from Dr WiMuuik Modlcino Company from cither address The price ut which those pills nre g0H makes a course of treatment eompardlvelr inexpensive as compared with other rouii dies or medical treatment 2 csting story of a most mlraetilou- curoer dreadful dlseuso by the simple uso of lyl popular remedy A further Investigation revealed tlio tM that Dr Williams Pink Pills aro not a - s-i-c-iy-E- -s i xrt Â¬ ROOSEVELT HOSPITAL OUT PATIENT simply sprisinT And Ciesar resumed his work with i r air which discouraged further questions Youths Companion LONDON Â¬ Â¬ Age POSTMEN Ciiil Condition Occupation Jit mDirth4UuT fe-r-- K Â¬ the dwellings of the very poorest ol Londons population arc provided with their knocker and kept closed There are no sky scrapers of tenements 01 llaU The houses are generally three stories with one family on each lloor There are perhaps a few that have foui stories but they are very few 01 coarse this refers to dwellings only They have large office buildings such n are found in any city in this country The postman in England is looked up on as an integrate part of the govern ment and as such is treated with the greatest of consideration and respect Such a tiling as a carrier having to wait in the hallway of a house for two three or sometimes five minutes before he gets an answer as we have to do and to be unable to deliver a letter and to have to mark it no answer is some thing unheard of When a carrier starts at the head of a street to deliver his mail he gives his double knock on the first and second house and the entire street almost is awake to the fact that the postman is coming The result Is that they are waiting for him In an ordinary city block it would not be nec essary to knock more than two or three times once or twice at the head of the street and again in the middle The carrier never has to wait and this en Â¬ ables him to make better time Postal Â¬ Â¬ They nre Ht Kiirdrd iih lerftoiuiKCS of Much Importance No whistles are used by the carrier in London Instead they use the post mans double knock which is made lij giving two distinct nips on the door Every door is provided with a knockei and the doors are always locked ever Â¬ Rtiidtntt Mondays fj tAei Sf COPYRIGHT IB3I Wednesdays and Friday I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and tho blood impure Its what Quants statement our re- Â¬ you must expect porter a few days ngo March Slst IbOS called on Dr Allen Starr at his office No But its what you must prevent 22 West Twenty eichth street New York too And Dr Pierces Golden Medcity Dr Starr is house physician of the Roosevelt hospital situated comer of Ninth ical Discovery prevents as well as nvcnuo and Fifty ninth street In reply to It invigorates the liver and inquiry ho said ho remembered tho ens e cures purifies and enriches tho Mr Qnaut very well and treated kidneys i of him somo but that no was chiefly treated blood sharpens the appetite imand under tho more especial care of Dr Ware lie said ho regarded this case as he proves digestion and restores health did all cases of locomotor ataxia as incur- and strength For Dyspepsia able In order that our reporter might get Liver Complaint and every form a copy of tho history of the ease or Mr Quant from tho hospital record he very of Scrofulous Skin or Scalp Dis- Â¬ courteously gave him a letter of which the eases as Salt rheum Tetter Eryfollowing is a copy Dr M A Starr 22 West Forty olghth sipelas or any blood taint itd an street office hours 0 to 12 a in New ork unequalcd remedy March Hist 1SJ2 Dear Dr Vought Jt you Its not like tho sarsaparillac have nnv record ot a locomotor ataxia by name of Quant who says ho came to tho which claim to bo good lor the clinic three or four years ago No l tM7 of blood in March April and May tho O D Dept Roosevelt sent to me from Ware will you let tho b arer know If you At all seasons alike and in all cases have no record send him to Roosevelt Hosp the Discovery alone is guaran- Â¬ Yours St van access to the rec Â¬ teed Bv menus of this leiter If it doesnt benefit or cure ords was permitted ahd a transcript of tho you havb vottr money back historv or Mr Quant seaeomadofroni them as follows Its thocicopest blood purifier no Admitted September 10th No 1IK7 ISM Charles A Quant aged 31 jours Born matter how many doses are offered Hobokon U S Married for a dollar for you pay only for Historv or tho case Dyspepsia for past the good you get I3ut its tlio About II months four or live yeais partial loss of power and numbness In best or it couldnt be sold so lower extremities Jirdlug sensation about To verify Mr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ is duo when the A spell of sickncM systems weakened Â¬ 4 Â¬ 1 not imNovember tiluh abdomen proved cxtei aid strobistnus of loft ey u nnd Some difficulty in dilation of the left eye passing water at tunes no headache but some dizziness nliernnto diarrhoea and constipation partial ptosis past two weeks in loft eye Ord F Hi pep nnd srda Thesourotiio marked symptoms of a so And Dr voro casta of locomotor ataxia Â¬ li k MOTHERS1 FRIEND MOTHERS FRIEND 1 pers Magazine Record llkcH nntl UUIIkou BROUGHT How a HIM HOME Liking and not liking people is a con- Â¬ dition whose causes refuse to be anYou do not like people because alyzed they im specifically rich or poor great or obscure brilliant or dull learned or ignorant but for some reason that goes deeper than each or all of these Nor indeed do you always nor by any means care most for the people who arc kindest to you and least for those who are less thoughtful For liking regard friendship whatever form or degree tho feeling may assume is Independent of gratitude It Ik possible to feel a deep sense of obligation a very Btrong and sincere gratitude quite Independent of and apart from a strong personal liking There are persons we all know them who do us good and not evil in all visible and ostensible wnys who are always agreeable so far as outward manner and words go and to whom we arc and should bo grateful yet whom wp hold In a curiously Instinctive dis- Â¬ trust Boston lludget Ihnrinacrntlrnl Item Have yon the Fatal Mistake asked r girl uu sho stepped Into a book store No Miss replied the clerk you will get that at the drug store The drag store said tho maiden in Â¬ Cleer isj Wottititi Made Her IliiNhiind lunetiial Going home heexclalmed Well I should say I was going home 0 well theres no hurry Wait a few minutes Not a minute Ill never be late to any kind of a meal again My wife has taught me better Â¬ toms could not bo cured and Quant who was receiv ing treatment in tho out patient department was given up as incurable There never wan a ease recovered in tho Dr world said Dr Starr Aud then mid Ware can tell you more about the easo as Quant wns undor his more personal treat hesnid that the ment I am surprised man is alive as 1 thought ho must be dead long ngo Our reporter found Dr Edward Waroat bis office No HM West Ninety third street 1 have verv distinct tfow York Ho said I I r 1 II I LCII I IW II III1K HI UIU VUIIIH Starr said a case with such marked symp ally prepared Liniment fvery ingre- Â¬ dient of recognized vHue and in by the medical profes- Â¬ constant ingredients are combined sion These in a manner hitherto unknown a scientific- Â¬ te Â¬ MOTHERS Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to Book to Life of Mother ami Child MOTHERS mailed FREE con- Â¬ taining valuable information ond N WILL DO all that is claimed for It Shortens Luw it AND MORI FRIEND- - Curtain lecture Never a lecture but well youve eaten steak Certainly Ktal nice tender juioy steak Of course With tho potatoes just right Yes Â¬ Theres nothing in the same class with it when a man is real hungry is there No I cant wvy that there is Tomatoes croquettes terrapin and all such things have to take a back seat dont they Yes Well did yon ever eat a real good steak cold VII m yes I believe Ihuve Ah Now youre in my class I was half an hour late yesterday and sh just let ono of the finest steaks I ever saw stand on the table till I came Die you ever try to measure the amount o re gret in every mouthful of cold tteuk is where they glvu you morphine for quinine Texas Slftlngn Tho lronq uf Motion Yes astonishment that So Aunty suit AH you took your first dtn-clnJessou to day Did you find it ditl g- round und wiping your feet News M - iWep tfephew Nom Its easy uoufrh you have to do is to keep turning Hood i L Kjpert JCiiowJedKO She rJ suppose tho burning of Nr Vain Wiggins picture gallery Is an reparable low lie Almwt Nothing can bo replaced axFt the old family portraits Life r Vi ill I growing worse I had become entirely nV7ed front my waist down and had part- Â¬ ly lost control of my bauds Tlio pain was terrible my legs ielt as though they were freezing nnd my stomach would not rotuin food and I fell away to l O pounds lu tho Albany hospital they put 17 big burns on mv buck ono day with red hot irons and that you could have had hot thev put H more burns on Go home old man Your wife has after a fow davs with electricity but 1 got and treated mo w nil the best of ft Chicago Tribune worse rather than better lost control or my bowels and water and upon advico or A lliun Decrlvcr tho doctor who bind thui e was no hope for He What crying deurest and on mo I was brought homo where It was thought that death would booh como to re- Â¬ this tho very day attar our wedding lievo mo of my mifforuips Last September on yon have basely deceived while In this helpless and suffering condi She me tion n irieiid ol m i no m Hamilton Unu called my attention to the stiteihent of ono How lo frantically for Uoavcn John Marshall whoso cuso hud been simsaketell mo what Is the matter ilar to my own and who had been cured by She You promised mo that from the tho uso or Williams Pink Pills for Palo day of our murrlago I would never know People In thlocasoMr Marshall who is tho whut h tear was und and I find I can ft prominent member orarier Knyiil Templars four yours of of Temperance had cry just as easily aseTor J could r constant treatment by tho moitt eminent Brooklyn Life Canadian physicians been pronounced in urtdl aud paid the tltvu total disability Â¬ - better tike mo bacit homo nnd savo my niouoy Hut I wanted to make a trial of Prof Huns famous skdl and 1 remained under his treatment for nine weeks but se Â¬ cured no benefit All this tlmoi had been pr Â¬ lr very pronounced case I treated eight months This wns in tho early slim- Â¬ mer of lStfti I deemed hliu incurable and voluntary testimonials thought him dead beroi o now Imagine my surprise when received u letter from aim Sent ly express on rocc rt of price 91 oO r about two weeks age idling me that he was BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Ga alive was polling well aud expected soon J SOLD UV ALL bo fully recovered to RUai9T3 i What do you think doctor was the I cause of his recovery That is more tlun 1 know Quant says ho bus been Inking some sort of pills ami that they have cured him Atnlluveutjl When you buy FIijjs you g aid glad tho poor fellow is goUitig vjgjlftfor his wn a bad case audbo wofq greafysuf yant lie best Government furor Standaiti is iht1 best the Dr Theodore It Tut tie No 310 West Eighteenth street to whom on reporter is largest flag dealers hi the U Indebted for usrIh ting con rtcalcn said nf loI bavo had several cao comotor ataxia S are G W SIMMONS of this disease in tho course of my practice CO Oak Hall Boston I will not say thnt it is iucutablo but I never know of a enso to get well but 1 will Mass Dealers in Military say it is not deomeil ourablo by any Uniforms remedies known to the medical profession Write for a After this successful and coiiiinriutory inFlag Catalogue vestigation in Now York our i cporiorjiut iirdny April and Mi visited Bt Peter1 hospital in Albany corner or Albany nnd Ferry streets Ho ad a courteous icccp tlou by Sister Mary PhUoiuenu tho sister superior of Bt Peters Uospitalfand when cfort toldtho object of Ids v sit said she remem bored tho chbo of pioor Mr Quaiilvery d s itlltM vjfiifS It wiib a vety die llucth Said she trcsslng uiso and excited my sympathies mucli Poor follow ho couldnt bo cured oP and hud to go homo in a terrible condition yj5-- of your Tho houso of helplessness nnd suffering physician on consulting tho rco rds nf St Peters hospital said lie found only thut Chanes A Q ant entered the hospital March 14th IbX was treated by Dr Henry Hun assisted by Dr Van Dcrvocr whowns OOtH train wttrrlnthe ticevt hotdlnt tl tivrp ilKiwu or au wiitr cm then lblH at tho head of tho hospital nnd J end tigiil ttainaiidtifiritliMratirtllbl wltrttbcrlu lu the l bat his case being doomed net posslblo of Titer art Ptftdi tnuU t that lok very nice euro ho Icfttho hospital und was taken to v warrant wii win Hm ni rcrr tram IMPROVED FMih Brn4 his homo ps he supposed to die Towers t lislit Such is tho full history of ihls most rp SllcKr totltti rater not I at try itlct an J put or iraa and turyvKir alo murkablo case of succosl ti ro every from aittlHirU iurdiitra to Eul food auj Slider dtcuRC a horetoforo sunnosed innurablo that Villi IM t tlhrr point - WCf k Oat ibr tt 3qt WtoU hilar by tlio simple ofllr WllJauas PHtftn and BruJ Truth Mtrt S Mto aH fi- Pills for Pale 1 ouic Truy it is uu lusr-Afr 1 t I nor 13VJ lltt- - l him alxmt Tt BUNTINC 1 i Â¬ M FLAGS tfcrpi Water Proof COAT JTOyr A I Mighty will be tho namo I havo not men-Â¬ SHRIMPS AND ASALONCS tioned I imagine that Heaven is all Mm Other dominions seem to bo giving full Every throne has Its king Evory Xfcer Are Caught U MlMt4M Mighty Dci tinics Have Been Decided cltto hf OltkHMe way Franco had to glvo up some of her harp has its harper All tho wealth ot by n Name Tliero are wmw very ewriowa Sah favorite provinces Spain has lost a th universe htm come into Heaven great deal of her power many of tho There Is nothing to bo added Tho aong cries carried on by the Chinese oh tka jlrroV One TlinlV llejiiitlful rnwcrfal thrones of the world are boing lowered full Tho ranks full Tho mansions all Paolflo coastj said an officers at Uw TM Which la ami tindmlnj many of tho scepters of- the world are full Heaven full Tho Bun will set United States fish commission reeeatly Summit by Above Kvorjr Nnmo being shortened but ovory tract dis- Â¬ afire with its splendor the domes of tho Ono of the most remarkable k Uie ltvv T lUltt TntiniiKe 1 1 tributor every ttiblo printer every temple and burnish the golden streets catchlwgr of shrimps which k an Im Â¬ Christian institution established into a blaze and bo reflected back from portant Industry In San Frasebeobay Dr Talmagos text on Sunday was spreads abroad tho mighty name of tho solid pearl of twolve gates and it will and adjacent waters These Utile crusÂ¬ piiilippiuns lis 9 The name which is Christ It has already boon hcarduk bo noon in Heaven Noon on tho river taceans upon being captured are taken lmve every name dertho Chinese wall and hi the Siberian Noon on tho hills Noon in the valleys ushoro and boiled in big Iron rata after Paul is hero making rapturous and snow castle and in tho Iizillnnjgrove High noon And then you will look up a rude fashion holes being scooped out enthusiastic description of the namo of and In tho Eastern pagoda That name gradually accustoming your vision to of tho sldo of u steep bank for fire Â¬ There are mere worldly names Christ will swallow up all other nnirfcs That tho sight shading your eyes at tho first places which aro built up with Atones that sometimes thrill you through and crown will yet cover up all other lest they bo extinguished with tho In After tho shrimps havo remained in through Such was the name of llenry crowns That empire will yet compass sufferable splendor until after a while boiling water for ton minutes tjioyjiTo spread out to dry upon bare groutul Clay to a Kentuekian the name of Will- Â¬ nil denominations you can look upon tho full irradiation Ono such shrimp yard at Huntera point iam Wirt to a Virginian the namo of All crimes shall ccaso and suctcnt frauds shall and yon will cry out My Lord my isalHiut fifteen acres in extent Tho Daniel Webster to a New Englander ran Lord Thou art tho Sun that never sets Chinese By common proverb we have oomo to Returning Justlco lift aloft her scale Hut at this point I am staggered with like hoes use brooms shaped somewhat there is nothing in a rious name loaco 6fr tho worldherollvo wand extend for spreading tho shrimps and believe that Take all the glories of bookbindery And whltOTobcd innocenco from Heaven de tho thought that there may bo persons to turn them at tho required Intervals name and so parents sometimes at the in this house for whom this name has scend After baptismal altar give titles to their chil and put them around the page on which no charm though it is so easy though posure to being thoroughly dried by ex Â¬ Hut I remark again taiing a step tho sun for about five dava drcn reckless of the fact that that title that name is printed On Christmas forward in this subject thattho namo it is so beautiful though it is so potent tho shrimps aro crushed by boing trod- Â¬ that name will bo a life time help morning wreath it on tho wall Let it of Â¬ Christ is an enduring name You though it is so enduring Oil come to den upon by tho Chinese in wooden You Have no right to give your child a drip from harps string and let it thun Â¬ der out in organs diapason Sound it get over the fence of tho graveyard and day and 6co whother there Is any thing shoes This process loosens tho meat name lacking cither in euphony or In Christ I challenge you to test with moral meaning It is a crime to call a often sound it well until every star you pull tho weeds back fromftho name mo this morning whether Owl is good from the shells which latter are re- Â¬ child Tchoiukim or Tiglath pileser or shall scorn to shine it and every flower that has nearly faded from tho tomb- Â¬ and whether Christ is precious and moved by shaking in a basket or by anything that is disagreeable Hecauso shall seem to breathe it and mountain stone and you wish that Walter Scotts whether tho Holy Ghost Is omnipotent passing them through a orudo fanning Old Mortality would come along and mill and shells then you have had nn exasperating name and sea and day and night and earth brother I challengo you packedHoth meats exportation areChina and Heaven acclaim in full chant reehisel it so that you might really find Come my we In sacks for to yourself is no reason why you should will kneel at the altar of whero tho meats J Mossed be His glorious name forever out wnat tne namo is i ny that was Come and aro sold for ftod and intlict it upon your progeny Aim yei the name of the greatest iiinn in all tho mercy You kneol on ono sldo of tho the shells disposed of as a fertiliser for Tho name which is above every how often it is that wo see a name full on tho other side tea town in all tho country in all the state altar and I will kneel plants rice and so ortlw All of jargon rattling down from genera- Â¬ name Havo you ever heard in a Methodist now almost faded from the tombstone of tho altar of mercy and wo will not classes of people in Cldna eat tho meats tion to generation simply because n get up from our seats until our sins aro long while ago some one happened to church during a revival a score of And so tho greatest names ofthis world pardoned and we tire able to ascribe all although regarding them as inferior to havo perished or aro perishing tho native shrimps which aro compara- Â¬ be inflicted with it Institutions and souls come to the altar and cry out for either honor to tho name you pronouncing It enterprises sometimes without mercy under tho power of just two lines Gregory VI Saucho of Spain Conrad and I pronouncing it the namo which tively scarce and proportionately dear- Â¬ great I of Germany Richard I of England er Hoth meats ami shells aro fed to Mitllcient deliberation take nomencla- Â¬ oi glorious old John Wesley Catharine of Russia thoso names wore la abovo every name fowls with remarkable egg producing Jesus the namo high over all ture Mighty destinies have been de Â¬ once mighty and they trindo the earth In heaven or earth ot slcy results Tho lllril or 111 Omnit cided by a name Another Interesting fishery prose Â¬ To the repenting soul to the exhaust Â¬ tremble Who cares for thorn now a long course of While wo may by Anciently God did directly what Ho behavior get over tho mis- Â¬ ed invalid to the Sunday school girl to None so poor as to do them reverence Â¬ does now through the medium of phy- Â¬ cuted by tho Chinese on the Pacifies Christian Hut tho name of Christ is enduring for- sicians He dictated the diet of men coast is for abalones These beautiful fortune of having been baptised with the snow white octogenarian it is beau- Â¬ ever Ho understood the name of a despot or a cheat how tiful The aged man comes in from a what univalve mollusks are found along tho It will be preserved in the worlds fine meuical sclenco from the start day to rocky shores at low tide elingimr to thu long walk and ho tremulously opens much better it would havu been if we in art There will bo othqr Helinis to ice nnd teach vizbegins vital our tho could have all started life without any tho door of his old home and ho hangs connection rocks above the water line Eacli shell his baton the old nail and he puts his sketch the Modonha and other Ghlr between diet and health Hy the won- Â¬ is slightly lifted so that the fisherman Biich incumbrance luntlanjos to present tho baptism of derful chemistry of can thrust a stick under it and pry it When Paul in my text and in other cane in tho usual place and he lies on Christ and other Hronzinof to show turned into thought digestion food is off but if alarmed the animal shut passages of Scriptures burst forth in his couch and he says to his children It becomes either My dears I am Christ visiting the spirits in prison and tho Hamlet of Shakespeare or tho down Its valve so that It can only be aspirations of admiration for the name and his grandchildren G lottos to nppal the vision with removed by breaking It to pieces Tho piracy of Cupt Kidd And they say other of Christ I want to inquire what are going away from you tlio crucifix It will bo preserved in tho God told tho Jews not to eat the meats are takun from the shells ami Why where are you going grand Â¬ characteristics of that appellation the Oh lie says I am going to worlds literature There will bo other owl Tho prohibition still stands mor- Â¬ boiled on shore in vats made of sheet every father The name which is above Â¬ and so the old man faints away Alexander Popes to write The Mes ally Tho owl is the emblem of de- Â¬ iron Shell and meats are then packed name In the first place speaking to Jesus siah and other Dr Youngs to cele Â¬ spondency Tis tho bird of night and In sacks and forwarded to San Fran Â¬ you in regard to tho name of Christ I into Heaven cisco whence most of the meats aro ex Â¬ And the little child comes in from brate His triumph and other Cowpcrs of nightmare It is doleful want to tell you that it is an easy name to sing His love It will bo preserved hidequs with its Wo o Wo o and ported to China and tfto shells shipped Ypu are sometimes introduced to people play and she flings herself in your lap in the worlds grand and elaborate perches over Christian experience It to France the latter being highly vul and she says Mamma Im so sick Im It Kith long and unpronounceable names architecture and Protestantism shall croaks in tho midst of Christian work ued for their beautiful mother-of-peaand you havo to listen cautiously to so very sick and you put her to bed yet have its St Marks and its St Peters Washington Past pet the names and yon have to and the fever is worse and worse and It shall bo preserved in tho worlds lit- Â¬ It haunts ministers It is a regular at- Â¬ t goes to pronounced two or some midnight while you are shaking erature for there will bo other Paloys tendant at prayor meetiugs hear them IN A COUNTRY STORE roost In church lis found at the fire Â¬ three times before you risk trying to up the pillow and giving the medicine to write Tho Evidences of Chris- Â¬ side Bird of ill omen Dyspeptic bird niter tlam but within the first two she looks up to you and says Mamma tianity Short More than all it will be em Hoist tho windows of your soul salth Tho Men hunt Wan Overall on Shlrla but You say Ioiij- - on years the little child folds its hands ami Im going away from vyou balmed in tho hearts of all the good of one put tho gun to your shoulder aim Why where are going my darling looks upward and says Jesus n Can Some of the snow bound passengers earth and all the great ones of Heaven lit tho black jungle from which tho I am going to Jesus it be that in all this church this morn Â¬ And she says Shall the emancipated bondman over for-Â¬ hooting comes pull tho trigger and nt one of the depots near here were tell- ing there are representatives of any And the red cheek that you take to be get who set him free lug stories the other day ami a travel- Â¬ Shall the blind household where tho children arc fa- Â¬ the mark of the fever turns out to bo man e er forget tuo divine physician drop that owl of religious melancholy ing man was relating his experience in into the bushes St Louis Republic miliar with the names of the father and only the carnation bloom of Heaven a country store in a small town in Jef Â¬ who gave him sight Shall tho lost and Oh was it not beautiful when a little wandering ever forgot who brought mother and brother and sister yet know ferson county He said he was then Envy In a 1nUon nothing about that name which is child heard that her playmate wns dy them homo Why to mako the world The greatest flood has tho soonest nearly the entire forenoon and had oc above every name Some times you ing and she went to the house and she forget that namo would bo to burn up ebb the sorest tempest the most sud- Â¬ casion to note the peculiarities of the forget the name of a quite familiar clambered upon the bed of the dying all tho lMbles and burn down all the den calm the hottest love tho coldest storekeeper who eurried a general frend and you havo to think and think playmate and she said to tiic dying churches and then in spite of universal end and from tho deepest desire often Â¬ stoek but a pretty small one Every before you get it but can you imagine playmate -- Where are you going to arson go through tho gate of Heaven times ensues the deadliest hate A little while a customer would eome Into any fnak of intellect by which you and the dying girl said Im goiirg to and put the torch to all the temples and wiso man had rather bo envied for the store and inquire for some articlo ihould Si rget the name of Jesus That Jesus Then said the little girl that mansions and palaces until in the awful providenco than pitied for prodigality that the merchant did not happen to word seems to fit the tongue in every was well as she bent over to give the conflagration all Heaven went down Kovengo harkoth only at tho stars and have in stoek For instance Havo dialect- - Down to old age when the parting kiss to her dying playmate and tho people come out to look upon spite spurns at that site can not reach you any dried beef Mr taahdraw Well then if you are going to Jesus the charred ruins but even Uien they An envious man nice is tremulous and uncertain and No we havo no drhsd beef waxeth lean with the er indistinct even then this regal word give mv love to Him It is a beautiful would hear the namo of Christ in tho fatness of his neighbors Envy is tho to day but we have some nice finds potent utterance name whether on the lips of childhood thunder of falling towers and in tho daughter of pride tho author of mur- Â¬ codfish John show tills lady the cod- Â¬ When my crash of temple walls and sec it inter- Â¬ der nnd revonge tho beginner of secret fish When an aged father was dying one or the lips of the old man Io you keep nny such thing as of the children came and said was djijig the village minister woven into the flying banners of flame seditions nnd tho perpetual tormentor wicks for those big round s Father father do you know mo We generally do but happon to and iir the delirium said to him quoting over his pillow this and the redeemed of Heaven would say of virtue Envy is tho filthy sediment of the last sickness he said Xo 1 passage This is a faithful saying imd Let th temples and the palaces burn of the soul a venom a poison or quick- Â¬ bo out just now We havo some fine dont know you Another child came worthy of all acceptation that Christ let them burn we have Jesus left silver which consumcth the flesh and cotton clotheslines though John show and aid Jesus came into the world to save sin- Â¬ Messed be His glorious name forever drlcth up tho marrow of the bones the gentleman the clotheslines Father do you know me My Xo I dont know you gals wanted me to bring home some con ners and there he stopped Then my The name which is above every name he slid Lurm and Fireside Then the villacre nnstor came in and father finished the quotation by saying fectioners sugar Have you got any of My friends havo 3ou made up your Hit Didnt Cnr will Of whom 1 am chief Do you know me it Caslidrawer He said Sold the last ounce mind by what name you will accost How docs your father seem to regard about an hour ago Henry Weve got No 1 dont think I ever saw you hut I remark again in regard to this Christ when you see him in Heaven anxiously asked an excellent qunlHy of toilet soup Theu said tho minister Do you name of Christ that it is a mighty Now that is a practical question my coming hero know Jesus said the name Oh yes is a mighty namo in For you will see him child of God just Adolphus of littlo Hobby while Miss though John show Mr Adams the Hothsehild lying man Do you keep ready made flanI know Jesus chief the commercial world Stillman is a as certainly as you sit there and I stand Maud was upstairs getting ready to soap mong ten thousand is He and the one name mighty in the scientific world here Hy what namo have you made present herself nel skirts Have hud them all winter He dont care nothin about it re- and sold three to a lady yesterday which altogethi r lovely Yes for all ages Irving is a nanio mighty in the literary up your mind to call Christ when you and fir rtl languages and for all con- world Washington is a namo mighty in first meet him in Heaven cleaned the stock out Hut we havo it ill you plied Hobby carelessly He has no objection eh Hut what largo supply of overalls John show ditions Jesus is an easy nnmtt political world Wellington is a call Him Anointed One or Messiah the Ji ins I lovo Thy charming name this lady t ho overalls F Ilea Observer name mighty in the military world but or will you take some ono of tho sym Â¬ did ho say my little man He said if Maud had a mind to mako Tis imistc to my cir where in all the eartli is a name so bolic terms which you read in your Fain would I sound it out o loud An AhuMMl WIJ Fashion potent to lift and thrill and arbusc and Hiblo on earth terms by which Christ a fool of herself why let her lhut Heaven mid earth mlht hear and Fancy Married Daughter Oh tlear audi a bless as tho namo Jesus was designated Hut I remark further in regard to this rally and Some da perhaps you will bo wnn name of Christ that it is a beautiful Why the sound of that once unhorsed Twns the saying of ono old that time as II do have with that husband of dont have a minutes peace name Now you have noticed that you Saul and throw Newton on his face on dering among the gardens of God on he who will watch for providences mine He is always fan not disassociate a name from the ships deck and that one name to day high tho place abloom with eternal sholl havo providences to watch And when bos in the house a hundred million springtime infinite luxury of lily and Hayncs compares them to the atten- Â¬ calling me to help do something or diameter of the person who has it while I speak holds j here tiro somo names for instance souls under omnipotent spell The name rose and amaranth and perhaps you tions of a noble friendship which is other Mother What does he want now that are repulsive to my oar Those in Emrlnnd to day means more than will look up into the face of Christ and never impudently curious and familiar Daughter He wnnty me to traipse In Germany that namo to say My Lord Thou art tho Hoso of but offers just enough interference with names are attractive to 3our ear What Victoria way up stairs just to thread a needle Emperor William Sharon and the Lily of tho Valley is the difference our Hfo to promoto its wolfaro So Di Â¬ Why I happened to day means more than Some time there will Vo a new soul vine Providonco enters our life work for him so he can mend his clothes know fcome persons of that nurac who Oh mighty name N Y Weekly ire cross or sour or queer or unsym Â¬ I have seen n man bound hand and come into Heaven to take its place in just enough to guard and guido our pathetic and tho persons whom you foot of the devil and captive of all evil the firmament and shlno as the stars steps but docs not mako itself officious A FUh Tlmt Mvr on Iaiid ave happened to known nro kind and habits at the sound of that namo dash forever and ever and tho luster of a use- Â¬ and so encourago us to shiftless depen- Â¬ In the ceratodus or lung fish of forev- Â¬ ful life will shine forth tremulous and dence and idleness Jfenial Since then we can not disav down his shackle and march out Queensland tho swimming bladder KHiatc a name from tho character of er free I have seen a man ovcrcomo of beautiful and you will look up into Tis a wise thing to put old truths prcsont in ordinary fishes has become My Lord Uie person who has the name that con misfortune and trial every trouble had tho faco of Christ and say In a new dress and thla is about what modified so that it assumes functions deration makes the name of Jesus un he but at the sound of that namo the Thou urt a brighter Star tho Morning originality amounts to Lattlio preach of a lung In Africa protopterous a Star tho Star of Jacob tho Star of the speakably beautiful I can not pro sea dropped and the clouds parted and Some day you will bo walk Â¬ er learn and practice thla lesson Change form closely allied to ceratodus make poured Redeemer imnco that name in your presence but the sunburst of eternal gladness you think of Hehlehem and Gethsc upon his soul I have seen a man hard- Â¬ ing among the fountains that toss in tho the terminology and thus arouse the for Itself a cocoon of mud In which dur Â¬ Men beeoma accus- Â¬ ing the hot dry season it lives and can sunlight falling in crash of pearl and congregation jnnno and Golgotha and you see His ened of Infidelity defiant of God full of amethyst into golden and crystallino tomed salth one to the Gospel phrase Â¬ breathe by means of Its lungs Detroit loving face and you hear Ilia tender jeer and scoff jocoso of tho judgment that riee ami you feel His gentle touch As day reckless of eternity at tho sound urn and wandering up tho roundÂ¬ ology sostrikingthe precious truth are Free Proas of the steeple clock m as I pronounce His namo in your of that namo blanch and cower and banked river to tho place where- the wa- like tho InaxcuMfcl which heard for years wakea not the Presence you think of Him who ban groan and kneel and weep and repent ter first tinkles itssllvoron tho rock and sleeper in Visitor Why do you call it Sea View dieted with heavenly hierurchs yet and pray and bellcvo and rejoice and from chalices of love you will bo drink- Â¬ feet belowchambers not loss than sixty house if the sea c aa only be seen occa Â¬ IU iron tongue ing to honor and everlasting joy and wrao down and breakfasted on the fish triumph sionally from the roof name Under its you will look up Into the faco of Christ which the rough men hauled out of Oh it is a might Troubles and difllcnlties are the Landlady who has had a traveliag My Lord my Lord thou art tcnesareU You think of Him who power tho last temple of suporstltutlon and say Â¬ Some gymnastics of the soul As these burlesque company ledging with her tho Fountain of Living Water though the clouds are tho dust of His will come down and tho last Jugger strengthen the body so thoso strengthen We call it Sea View house air heoauae fret walked footsore on the road to naut of iniquity will bo chattered to day you will be wandering among the the character They are sent not to yoa goes to the top of the house to mm Heaven feeding by t unnnuK I can not speak His namo In piece Tho red horse of carnage lambs and sheep of in Instead of view can see it Drakes Magaalaa the care of Him break us but to school ua apocalyptic vision and the rock rejoicing Jour hearing this morning but you spoken of in an who brought you out of tho wilderness the thorn shall come up the fir tree and think right away of the shining Ono tho black horse of death must come instead of the brier shall eome up the His Dusliieea DUturbed Sleeper who restored the centurions daughter back on their haunches while the white world into the sheepfold and you will myrtle tree to burglar What the deae are yn My ml who helped tho blind man to sun horse of victory goea forth mounted of look up into His face and say Hular Attending to When a mm acknowledge that h dolag- here nt and who rnado the cripples Him who halh the moon under nia feet Lord my Lord thou art the Shepherd DWtrVd flleaper of the Everlasting Hills was In the wrong he bu avow that fc jay own buataeea crutch useless and who looked down and tho stars of Heaven for His tiara I itigtt Detroit Hut there Is another name by which U wiser to day than ha wm yeeterday -- Ok Mius m tfo the laughing eyes ot tho babo until Mlgbty name It will first make the i Freer iVrhaps that Pope earth tremble and then it will you onn call Hm namo ABOVE EVERY NAME Ilia arm around It mi t kiss upon Its beautiful biw said Of such is tho kingdom of Heaven Oh beautiful name tho namo of Je Â¬ sus which stands for love for patienco for self sacrifice for magnanimity for everything that is good and glorious and tender and sympathetic and klndl It is aromatic with all odors It is acÂ¬ cordant with all harmonies Some Â¬ times when I look at that name of Je Â¬ sus Christ it seems as if tho letters wero made of tears and then they seem to bo gleaming crowns Sometimes name seems to bo twisted out of that tho straw on which He lay and then it seems to bo built out of the thrones on which His jjcople are to reign Some- Â¬ times I sound that wnwl Tncu 1 t henr it in the sob of Cotlisominin i tho groan of Calvary and then I speak Ills numo and It is all a rlppllng with gladness and a ring with hosanna Glo-Â¬ 4 Ml make all tho nations Blng Ct Tf - rl Â¬ Â¬ lamp-burner- 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ S Â¬ - UhVU U JjlJ W ItilU bllVll lllHtt I whole txt Hazel Geeen Heiuld 8PXK0XR COOPER depth of ten inches Traffic was almost suspended and the temperature had fallen Nothing of tho freezing point Editor bolow has ever beforo occurred In June tho sort in tho Northwest In the history of the Kianal service LOOK OUT FOR OUR bVeeeV JC fir BBffiE- SWUUvJ Council of Lexington Is after the K U railroad with a hot poker be Â¬ cause tho road has not erected the car Bhopsin that city according to a con- Â¬ tract entered Into two years ago for tho completion of the car shops by June 20 HAZEL GREEN KY the road wherothoi 1S92 The June 10 1892 hair is short city hasholds nn Indemnify- for It log bond of 00000 signed by D F Niws and Comment Carley and H C McDowell and unless the road can speedily compromise mat- Â¬ The Cabinets only great man is for ters there Is a probability that suit will Blaino Courier Journal be brought on the bond Right you arc parti The City E- - 135 E MAIN STREET BARGAIN COUNTERS j I Friday Bi El HKJbUZI -- Custom Heusa Square LEXiHGTOK n JM J fl I Current It Will Pay Th o Sea The Annapolis Naval school last week turned out twentyeight graduates among them being our own State Cyrus liatford of While President Harrisons friends deserting him ho may be consoled in tho fact that Secretary Iluslc and General Wannamakcr endorse him and his administration peem to bo The wall paper manufacturers have combined with a capital of 14000000 but that will in no way affect the man or woman who wishes to buy old papers at this oft co as tho prico remains tho same 25c per 100 when to have them Â¬ ullv solicited Jel4ly Owen Scott tho Illinois Congress J It Sharp Bruce Trimble T G Denton man who has been championing the job printers cause has succeeded in getting The oil regions of Pennsylvania were SHARP TRIMBLE DENTON an amendment added to tho Postotlice on Sunday visited by a disaster of firo MT STERLING KY bill providing against that department ond water that Is only eclipsed iu horri printing tho names of firms on stamped bio details by the Johnstown flood A look We are going to name a few of the many big drives Have now a complete line of envelopes Swollen by a cloudburst Oil creek flood we will offer you Clothing Hats Boots Shoes ed Titusvillo and swept down stream oil and Gents Furnishing Goods About fifty cases of small pox are tanks which ignited and set firo to the Good Plaid Cotton sold for 8Jc now fc a yard reported in Ohio and West Virginia Wo solicit an inspection of Now Spring Style Shirting Prints fiut colors 4c a yard city Over 100 peoplo aro reported to Pomoroy Chester Middieport and Gal New Spring Style Dress Prints fast colore 5c a yard havo been burned to death or drowned our goods and guarantee pri- Â¬ lipolis aro tho infected places in Ohio Plaid Cheviot Suiting former price 15c now c a yard flood and burnEighteen miles below the ces satisfactory and articles as wklle Charleston Point Pleasant and Camels Hair Suitings formerly 20c now 10c a yard ing oil struck Oil City aud set firo to other towns aro suffering from tho recommended Heavy Jeans two good colors 10c a yard different portions of tho place and the bcourgo In West Virginia Heavy Cottonade worth 20c now 10c a yard firo department powerless to check the Cedar Pencil 5c a dozen Oapt John Palmer of Albany N y flames Forty six dead bodies have been Large Rubber Head Lead Pencils 10c a dozen MT STERLING KY Commander iu Chief of tho G A R recovered there It is thought that the Falcon Bank and School Pens 5c a dozen has issued an order compelling tho whlto loss of lifo at Titusvillo and Oil City Capital 200000 Surplus 30000 75 Needles or three papers for 5c posts of Louisana to recognise their col will reach 150 and may be 200 Tho Â¬ Large size Shaving Glass worth 10c for 5c J M MCSTAFIpiSnt ored brothers and comrades and sus- loss of property in the two places is esti G L KIKKPATKICK Vice President Extra large size Shoe Blacking 5c a box mated at 3000000 Corry and Mcad pended tho Junior Vico Commander for W W THOMSON Cashier Good Shoe Brush for 10c damage and several ville report great refusing to recognize them o Good Garter Web 2 yards 5c or 25c a bolt towns whero there may bo loss of life We respectfully solicit the business of mer 1 chants fanners traders and business nieu 2 Extra large boxes Lily White for 5c Tub Dalton gang which held up the and damage arc cut off from communi generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A Heavy Weight Note Paper 24 sheets or 1 quire 5c Santo Fo oxprcaa train at Red Rock O cation general banking business done Give us 50 Envelopes or 2 packages for 5c chance to send you a bank book pay your T last week secured 60000 In cash checks and loan vou money when In need Five Thimbles all sizes for 5c Before this paper reaches its thou- Â¬ from tho Wells Fargo safes Tho money V W Thompson Cash Extra largo Gilt Back Blank Book for 5c was being forwarded from Washington sands of readers either Mr Blaine or Mr Wire Garters and Sleeve Holders 5c R S STRADER SON to the agent of tho Sac and Fox Indians Harrison will have been nominated as 24 Shoe Laces for 5c tho standard bearer of tho Republican in part paymont of lands recently pur-Â¬ Successors to J A Lail Co 7 8 and 9 inch Covered Dress Steels 5c a dozen party in tho coming contest for the chased by tho Government 74 E Main Stukkt LEXINGTON KY Presidency No other man seems now Large 8 inch Rubber Redding Comb for 5c to have tho ghost of a show but the Largo Horn aud Rubber Fine Comb two for 6c Wholesale Dealers in One of tho best campaign caricatures Large Double Lock Money Purse 5c we have seen this yoar was that in tho Minneapolis Convention may have found Straight Kentucky Whiskies School and Package Strap 10c Lexington Press of Juno 5 in which Mr a dark horse Daily papers are two Ladies Hose absolutely fast black 5c a pair Blalnols represented as standing beÂ¬ days old when they reach us and we Wines Brandiis c Ladies Fancy Hoso extra large 5c a pair tween President Harrison and tho Min- Â¬ would therefore havo to delay mailing x Seamless Mixed Socks 5c a pair neapolis Convention FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY whllo he kindly our paper and disappoint an army of readers to wait for tho returns As tho CIGARS AND TOBACCO Splendid Fancy Socks 5c a pair bnt firmly says Dont bo in a hurry Convention met on Tuesday the news Childrens Black and Fancy Hose 5c a pair Mr Harrison Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old The result will show Tarr and Old Taylor could not reach us under the most favor- Â¬ Fancy Domet Flannel Overshlrs 25c each whother the advlco was well founded able circumstances until Thursday night Mens Fancy Web End Suspenders 10c a pair Some parts of Morgan and Magoffin and to Wait until that hour would cause 28 inch Turkey Red Bandana Handkerchief for 5c us to miss many mails notwithstanding counties appear to bo as dangerous as tho Childrens Fancy Handkerchiefs lc each a Cut Price House jungles of South Africa judging from tho fact that wo havo recently added a Extra heavy and well made Striped Jeans Pants worth 150 for 100 a pair tho number of blind tigers that are fast mailing machinb to our out fit JA11 ljl65 107 RACE STREET Extra heavy 16 rib Umbrellas for 75c each said to bo found in thoso parts Two wo can do is to wait and seo what the Genuine Gloria Silk Umbrellas for 1 each CINCINNATI OHIO menhavo been killod within the last Minneapolis Convention hatches out and Largo Fancy Border Hand Towels 10c a pair two or tbreo weeks at theso blind ti tell our readers about it next week Wo UNDEItWEAlt SHAWLS IIOSI- Fancy Colored Window Curtains good 5c a yard KKY GLOVES BLANKETS SIS- bcllevo it will bo Blaine gors one in Morgan and tho other lu Ono dozen Napkins fringed for 25c IENDEKS nud all kinds of siimll Magoffin and tho situation is growing wares and other goods in Notion and And thousands of other items we could name at equally Euruishiiig Goods Line alarmiiig The Courier Journal of May 25 con Â¬ In addition to above immense bargains we will II AG FciiKliCn tained the following handsome untico of low prices One of tho significant signs of tho Congressman Too M Kendall Among MO Church Street New York sell to every cash purcaaser of o 00 or over also to every attention to mail orders times is tho fact that Secretary Iilalno tho members who spoke today was Rep person paying us 1000 or over in cash on notes and accounts OIT IS 0CAST1TT has resigned his portfolio in President resentative Kendall BIST IX qCAUTT Ho made his Harrisons cabinet and that tho resigna Â¬ maiden speech and ho took for his sub Â¬ of Coffee for tion has been acceptcdv Thcro is also ject tho free coinage of silver He re- Â¬ nid to bo a Greolandlcy-mountnln-coolnes- s We also give free to every cash purchaser of 100 viewed tho whole question from 1702 up between tho cx socrotary and to 1873 --when silver was demonetized or more a very handsome gilt frame looking glass or a Mr Harrison and It is thought that if and argued that the financial standing of largo size picture or chromo We have the largest Ulaino bo not the nominee of tho Min Â¬ tho United States would not be Imperiled CREAM neapolis Convention ho will have put by opening tho mints to tho silver of the tho plum out of reach of Mr Harrison United States His speech showed that ho had made a deep research into tho The Sontlnel Democrat reached us question and ho spoke liko a man who Stock ii the State outside of Louisville FOR YEARS We want your patlast week after a two weeks vacation had every confidence lu what ho said Has led all Worm Remedies whllo she was getting Into her now drew Representative Wilson camo over aud ronage- and will make prices to secure it EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEFD which by tho way is a most becoming sat by him during tho delivery of his We will also take in exchange for merchandise or on SOLD EVERYWHERE rrrptrr4brHUIURBSOSTlTIaK MID CO STL0CTS attirothroughout and no last years bon Â¬ speech and at tho conclusion of itho was notes and accounts all kinds or merchantable produce live net or ribbons appear eithor Phomlx liberally applauded Quito u number of lik Bho comes up out of tho ashes the tho old members came and congratulated stock saw logs and railroad cross ties PltACTUAl brighter for having been scorched and him Representative Reed In comment Â¬ to owner and editor alike wo oxpress tho ing on tho speech said Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers It was a very wish that iiQvor again may tho rnpplo good finish It is refresh Â¬ HAZEL G RISEN KY of their eye meet with misfortune ing to see young a man an vMr Ken Â¬ Blaeksmithtug of all kinds solicited and dall know so much about tho financial work promptly dofie We uinkv a specialty Dispatches received at St Paul question when ablo men havo grown -iE of hufldlnjj Udiorst wnj nns and guarantee nil work Mian on Sunday evening suited that a gray In Its study and aro still densely NOTICE All who aro Indultted to the grfai snow storm was raging west of tho Ignorant But by tho way Mr Kendall linn or wither of us for work must come jffy M SffcttttfffcTS o ir 55 and settle anil cash or satisfactory terms will Minfri in South JDakota At Dead whats the matter with tho financial ho demanded for all work done hereafter wod snow had been falling fiercely for lank of tho Democratic platform adopt Â¬ ThnnktiiR you for past patronage aud llcitlnir a continuance of the same we iliv Uh hours and lay on tho ground to tho ed at Louisville Wednesday OF EASTERN KENTUCKY Speakino of the mails reminds us that they aro handled very recklessly at somo place between here and Iexington and the P O authorities should look alcedlooud aud seo whero tho fault lies On Mondaj evening we received fivo copies of the dally Lexington Press Now tho Press Is a paper all In a heap wo very much enjoy but wo should like to have It In regular doses and on regu lar days To take five of em all at one Tho mail authorities time is too much along the route are respon Â¬ at some point sible for this sccklessness and Undo Sam should Investigate and give the guilty party the g b However it wont be long until we have a new administration handling tho mails and then matters will be better arranged While in Cincinnati we irot hold of a Stock of Goods at 50 cents on the dollar spot cash which we are going to give to our friends and the public while it lasts We have made up our minds that we are go ing to show the people that we appreciate their splendid patronage in the past and we are going to sell the splendid purchase we made at less than thegcodscan be manufactured for All we ask of you is to ffive our several Â¬ I WATCHES flu i 0 - clocks JEWELRY Solid Sifter AND DIAMONDS Optical Goods Trimble Hi Bros BDmIbLII KY iHi BGBH ERH mess UPfH 1 WHOLES ALE ttBOGBB MT STERLING SErCofiBigtitiientii of produce and the uitromtge of Mountain Merchants respect viHee eeBvJE--- v59eeB EEEEP- - BARGAIN Si TABLES Â¬ Traders Deposit Bank Â¬ H G FEDEE Â¬ 6 Pounds our Choicest One Dollar WORMS WHITES 20 General Merchandise VERMIFUGE I ROSE DeBUSK two-year-ol- d J T DAY --TI- CO ksotw uVrarcj seiga v 7ac3 sssaTgkffiM m i i respectfully HOSE DkIHSK IS Innjcr elreiiiiuiou than n other papera in tlio i ltrenthttt Win ucrchunt in M I Mirll I J r iii t in Lou kv Hie anil he in ttlll timl It TUB IIK8T MIWIOM through which to secure Moiliititui Trmle ADVKUTISINO HATES TUANSIKNT Hazel Queen inHerald om uorjruu inserted tor less tlmn 3 h for the Mr8t wnt l M hhhiIIis insertion anil - cents mi Inch for eneli subAdvertisements 1 ncqiicnt insertion jtfrAM TUANSIKNT AnVKUTISINO MUST UISPAIO IN AIVASCK 1 STAMUNW ADVKUTIHKMBNTS inch 12 months 7 60 5 inches advertisements rates known on application Local notices to ho lnterspcred nmniiK kiiIIiik mutter 10 cents u line with n ills fnuiitof 23 per cent where they run n month srnmre Obituaries tribute of icspect etc ik n line Count six words to the line mill semi We will write iwHicv with the iiiHiiuseript bitiiliries nml iiiihlUh lit 5 eents n line Mnrrliujennd ilenth notices not exceeding ten Hue solicited mid piihlMicd 1KKK 0 llnis Kim KKuiiAit AnvKitriHixa Liberal miiile lAVAUIK SSW I indie oOO 1J on larger -- 2 K UAKTKKIY ON HKMANI Address SlENVEU COOPEP Htizel Green Ky NOTICE We have just over luiuled our mailing list nnd the date after your name shows If you are the time you are paid up to arrears please send your renewal at in once as we need money badly and must mhJi collect ALL BUBSCltHTIONS IN ADVANCK Call at the new Hkhald building when in town and renew your subscription Oscar McNnbb has our thanks for a half gallon of nice gooseberries Mrs Charley Swango of Frankfort is on a visit to relatives and friends at this place Joe M Kash and Dr John A Taulbee of this place attended Quarterly court at Campton on Tuesday Willie Day of Camargo is visiting his father and mother and other relatives and friends at this place Laura McQuinn of Breathitt Long before they arrived from Maytown county is at the residence of Dr J A people were coming from all directions Taulbee under medical treatment The young people had decorated the Elder Clark of the Christian church school house on all sides with beautiful flowers and some of the sweetest wero alMt Sterling delivered a lecture ut shaped into tho word Welcome It the Academy on Wednesday evening was soon found the house would not Floyd Day and wife and little laugh hold near the crowd that had come toter Golden of Cay City are guests of gether so Mr Charles H Gosney throw Wyley May and wife and will remain open the gates leading to his beautiful here for two or three weeks grove strong men carried the seats and soon the choir were singing sweet songs At a school election held in the Hazel of praise Two eloquent sermons were Green district Saturday Henry F Pie preached by Rev Smith and G T Green ratt and T W Pelf rey were elected trufc gave a short interesting description of tees The former for the long rnd the the Childrens Home Good order pre- Â¬ latter for tho short term vailed and the usual hospitality was shown to all At the evening meeting Mrs Sallio Neal of Warrensburg Mo wistant teacher at Hazel Green Acad nearly 250 wh pledged for the erection t Also a sunn emy left Thursday for her home where of a Concreirational church was raised at Flat Rock she will spend the vacation Mrs Neal not yet known wquito a favorite with all the scholars for one in that district Every one de of the school who wish her a pleasant sired the dear bretheren to come againtime and we trust they will comply with the request Among the visitors we noticed Inadvertently we failed in last issue Rev J Wilson Dr Stamper nnd wife to chronicle the following births handed of Campton J Rose of G Spradling hsby Dr John Taulbw viz On Satur- Â¬ Stillwater F Creech and J Tutt day May 28 to the wife of J W Tiiul Contra College ComBiBiicrment bee Daysborough a boy died on Thurs We acknowledge tho receipt of a very day following to the wife of Green the graduating class Taulbee on Grassy June 1 u girl Bet elegant invitation to College Danville and regret at Centre tio Madeline that it was beyond our power to attend Wni Tyler who attended the annual The name of our young friend and fel- Â¬ meeting of the Mt Zion Baptist Church low citizen Henry Livingston Godscy u Johnson Tuesday last says a very appears in the list of graduates and for large crowd was in attendance In fact that reason we should have had pleasure lite largest that bus attended the meet in attending We feel that Henry is a ng for the last 18 years since which protege of ours so to speak and take they were inaugurated and that the much pride in the honors bestowed upon best of order prevailed throughout him since we induced him to enter that r world famous old institution of learning Robert Patrick a married man about Not only has Henry held his own with yearn of age whe lived on the left class but he is conceded to bo the tork of Johnson in Magoffin county his orator in any of tho State colleges hot and killed on Tburwlay last at best -and we notice in the invitation sent us Wind tiger on the Middle Fork that he has been further honored by Two or three parties were engaged in the election to the presidency of tho gradua Â¬ hooting but it is not known who fired ting class which numbers twenty bright a fMtal shot Patrick leaves a wife young men Let us hope in this cond several children He was buried nection that the claw of 1892 may writo day last their names as high up in the scroll of John 0 Wood postmaster at Mt Ster honor as tho clas of 1857 which is fa- Â¬ JHS and editor of the Gazette announ mous in the history of thlw country wUiHtho is selling IS 2 cent stumps Tti Mtar of the MouHtuIn rra cent and a quarter Clever boy Mk Coopkr Enclosed you will find Lut he shant out clover us From now fifty cents in stamp for which please til Cleveland is nominated at Chicago send me the star of the mountains tho will Kive M q1Mrju j0 eaci of our HAZKtGRnnN HKRAiPforsix months Respectfully youw ptrons and especially new subscribers v twelve and thirteen cents First Harlan McClain Miss Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tm Mollie the little daughter of Harmon T Green Esqr Swango and wife has our thanks for a Newport with G pickles from the Children Home at Cincinnati panful of nice cucumber were present with Rev F Agar and wife B t tlio Acndemv Old Tlmo Hospitality Tho ontcrtiiinmoiita nt Hnxol Orccn Tllero h a ilillcroiice in Kentucky hoq ti Academy tlila week hnvo Wen of una pUnlily nml generosity nccordiug to loai- sual interest Oa Momlnv nicht tlm tion In Wolfe- cotintv is miblls1iu liv KY CATLETTSBUrtG 9 i jyunp Imliea tleclunmtory contest wis that prince of newspaper inuit netfay tlio Tho Lnvirost Drue Itouso in tho Ohio Vnllov Mnnufnoturors of 228 REMEDIES thnt nrn Sold hv ti Tnrm event of tho evening mid tho pmo JIkrald anil overy fow weeks wo tiotico 10000 Squnro Foot of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed awarded to Mi Mnllio JnniCK tlio LoxprcKsions of gratitndo from thocditora n HHMitt honor being closely contested by Ml Solq proprietors of the rei 1 great heart which runs about as follows NERVE KINO Minnie Day and others beven young HINDOO KIDNEY CO Wo aro profoundly grateful for tho Tlio only remedy that is nold on nn nlwo ior the permanent eure of Pubis ln tkr ladies entered this contest and stlic pair of nice spring chickens left at our Into Kiiumutcc to euro all Pains nnd attack mid all disorders of the Kidneys Aches I ramps and Colic Dinrrhiea Dys f earnestness with which they declaimed home we hnvo also and Urinary Organs ThoHKftiids of ceM re- Â¬ bec u tho happy cntery cte I sod internally and oxter- tlflcntes of thona who have ami this t no doubt in the minds of tho largo ioi cipients of onions lettuce potatoes and eiiiuiy iiic iicai iinitneni in uio world remedy will ho cent on application crowd present that their lamps were other MUCK 1 IKirrc IT CKNTS seasonable vegetables Tinio in X trimmed and a burning with tho tho past such items could be seen from CQrFoK Saik hy Dnvo Storks and Country Storks Evkrywhkmc knowledge gained by close application papers in tlio bluegrass section but they and the careful instruction they have aro no more Wo do not writo this as a recieved bid for tho delicacies from the garden The young mens declamatory contest nml poultry jkmis but to show that this 113 115 W Third on Tuesday evening brouglit CINCINNATI O out six kind of generosity is according to loca Â¬ well equipped young men to contest for tion In the East as well as tho West M AN U MJl U11EK9 the prize and all of them proved to bo everything is paid for and in some parts WHOLESALE orators of more than ordinary ability of our grand old Stato tho people are by W H CILLIS but tho plum was plucked by William falling into one line of monoy makiug a Howard Debusk after a hotly contested regardless of social intercourse hospital Â¬ fight for the honor Tho assembled ity and generosity In Eastern Ken throng wiih enthusiastic in its praises of tucky tho latch string is always out In the prowess of each contestant and ad- Â¬ many places all over tho State especially miring friends showered the stage with in the oder settlements which have been llowers as a fluttering testimonial of the handed down to posterity do we find the esteem in which each aspirant was held same whole soul practice but whenever by them Eastern nnd Western peoplo have suc The speaking of both the young ladies ceeded the old time settlers wo find on Â¬ and young men demonstrates tho fact ly the dollar in shjht Old time socinbil- that practice makes perfect and each of ity hospitality and old time religion those who failed to secure the prize in having given away to the general hustle up Bi tho respective contests may feel sure that tho business stir forgetful of God and HliKW mtilmk iMMs KnW Vw7Jf D success will yet crown their effort if man Mt Sterling Advocate The they will only be persistent Our friend of the Atlvocato tells tho The entertainment on Thursday even whole truth in the above As he says iK judging from the program was a time was when generosity such as we is not a Patent Paint but tlio best Paint can bo made grand success and afforded much pleas- chronicle every week obtained in the by an cxpcricmlcd Practical Painter with the assistance of ure to those who attended but as we bluegrass the samo as it docs now in this is guaran- the latest improved and powerful machinery went to press before tho hour of exhibi- Â¬ section but the money devil has been let teed to give satisfaction Will cover one half moro space tion it is impossible in this issue to give loose in the land and they think now Sent freight paid foi any of the details only of the dollar and their dear selves than lead and oil mixed by hand 150 per gallon 6r0nc reliable dealer wanted in eacli Prof Cord has been untiring in his Wo of the mountains may not possess Send for color cards etc to efforts to make not only the school but the advantages of our bluegrass brethren town we would rather deny ourselves everything connected with it a grand but KY success and it should be a gratification those advantages nnd feel that we are to him that he has attained all he aimed among friends than to live in a land at The C W B M is also to be con- Â¬ whero love of money absorbs many other gratulated that it has such an untiring good traits Come up Toe and sec us in and indefatigable worker as Prof Cord our new office You are almost sure to strike us when the neighbors send in at the head of its affairs at this place something as thoy do ho every week A Itlfc Meetlnic txl llethel Sunday last was a great day at Bethel and then you can feel with ns that it is Gueen Ky May 10 1892 Wolfe county Rev R Y Smith of good to be here iitcitnlnnnMtn HAIR - WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUCQItTS F j rfrgfrfrwmfteMM I i FEDER SILBEKBERG Street Represented CO moiHmra Â¬ Â¬ IUPN IS THE BEST Paint n rk Best isthe Cheapest It that Â¬ It Lion Paint and Color Works LEXINGTON GREEN HUFFAKER Hazel CO Wholesale Boots and Shoes LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY WOLFE COUNTY To tho Trado of Eastern Kentucky Contiguous to Hazel Green Campion Currency Dr Stamper i e Dr J H Stamper returned from Louisville one day last week to which place he had been to at thc Democratic State convention and to see his son H II Stamper who is at- Â¬ tending Kentucky School of Medicine The doctor took in a number of lectures while there and is delighted with tho progress of his son Buck Smith and Morton Davis wero Louisville Cincinnati or Knoxville Merchants can buy these goods almost at their doors and save large freight bills We are preparod at any and all times to furnish these goods in any and evcrv quality size and price All we ask is a trial Respectfully c J T DAY CO Hazel Groen Ky We have this day completed arrangements with the above named firm and will handle their goods in large quan- Â¬ tities We especially invite an inspection by the merchants as we arc prepared to duplicate any and all prices quoted in arrested at Torrent yesterday and Sun- Â¬ day by Jailer Stamper and G W Drake nnd brought to this place on the charge of selling spirit without a license Tbey waived an examining trial and gave bond to Circuit court They were running a blind tiger Jos H Stamper Jr has sold his hotel property and store at Torrent Station Ui Floyd Day of Clay City I am in- Â¬ formed that Mr Day intends to increase the stock of goods thoro and to make a kind of summer resort of that place There is some very beautiful ncenery there GHEAPEK SGH001 BOOKS I it 8JS Primer wecotiu Aritnnieuc ii 17 fiO Eclectic Speller Third Arithmetic it 17 Kev to same 50 First Header it 30 Hleh Arithmetic Second Header 85 ii 42 Kev totame 75 Third Header i W McGnfleyfl 1st Eclectic Geography 65 Fourth Header 1 10 2d Eclectic Geogrphy 76 Fifth Header it 1 10 3d Eclectic GeoBraidiv 85 Sixth The above schooMinok publications of t le American Honk Comnauv arc MrellknowB ntandartls and we shall at all times have n Hill supply on hand Tor sale to school oMcers Other school hooks published by the American toHehcrn or pupils at the prices named Hook ictmiauy 13 waiuui mreci iiucinuau supplied ai corrcspomimiriy tow prices J T DAY C6 Haiel Oreen Ky The underniKiicd takes pleasure in announcing tlint they llmvc Jut completed nr runKcment with the American Hook Company that will cuahle him to tell the ttchool ixitikii adopted tv the Statu Hoard of Education at the following reduced rateti VA HayR New Flint Arithmetic 15 McUuflcvti Small Primer Heviitcd John Tyler and G W Lovelace were elected school trustees in this district on Porter Steele will teach last Saturday our school this fall Porter is a young man of fair teaching ability a good scholar and will uo doubt teach a suc- Â¬ cessful school Died on yesterday Sunday the infant daughter of Grant Faulkner of this place aged about one year It was buried near tho Widow Byrda in tho One more jewel added to Calaboose tho crown of tho King of Glory County court in session today with a larger crowd than usual in attendance Quite a number of trustees who had been elected in the various districts in the county had come in to take the oath of oltice A F Byrd will begin a three weeks term of school here on next Monday for the benefit of applicants for certificates to teach Â¬ THE- - WINCHESTER BANK WINCHEdTEH KY President N II WITHEH8P00N It I llUNTKK Cashier BUCKET CtWESHOTMWHIPTrES This Hank solicits the accounts of mer chitnts farmers trader and business men A SUM ant CERTAIN OUK generally throughout Eastern Kentucky svMwn fw Ii m th BIST anil OlICrB lis ciiNiuniero rci inwinj wnu RKMCDY POM the most liberal terms within the limit of octlHly legitimate hanking Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 OINTMENT yrs W1TK m PILIt CO AMD n RH BRYAN I PEARSONCLARK J WITH DINGFELDER M ROBINSON iMporten and Jabbers ef WHOLESALE DRY 12 14 680BS NOTIONS Juno 7 Rkporter WEST MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY Nov 5S7 519 Md M1 ssasassaflB iii M fir r Wet MIh LOUI8VILLB KY Stnwt LOU DAY treprItrM VJ reeently rAtiHl and This heHse has Green Fair Association desires The to employ a KIRST CLAW TIIOTTINQ retHrnUhed and the table le at all tlatee sup Â¬ Ih the market Kate Executed at this office In the highest IIOIWB TRAINER Hd herewith Invites plied with the reasonable Sample rem attached and spe the whleet AddraM ktyle of the art and at wtl factory prices correspondence oh UODrfKY lrMldent eial rates te eemmerelal men rMrwiajr U respeettVIIy wltyled h1t Noteheadi envelope wle bllU Ac Work fl ivt 11 Sutlonry of every UtrIptlon at nnthlag lMt the bwt ZK V WANTED Hcl 1 D AY Mr - HOUSE IIaxkl Grkkx Ky hH bt J first served Russell Cave Ky May 27 18DJ promptly doHe aad material uted Bend for entlwate lleet reaeOHuble prjeca t Tjik Hekaiji oilc I SubwrlU Mw Only I1a ymt Vvrv J i- - r - - Hazel Green Herald SrENCEft COOPEK Publlihor HAZEL GKEEN J KY And All her heart with momrlos that begot Tho bopo of happiness in coming years If thoro had been tho least doubt Aaron answered I should not bo hero What ean sho soyt Tho pon Is poised in air now It was Mr Edward Uattcrsby And lnl grows dry whllo thoughts rcfuso to himself who told mo of tho engagement blond Michael has got mo turned away from Aloaff dolay and then In mild despair Dear tho works and yesterday I was loafing The pen Is urged to trace the words Friend about trying to And something to do when Mr Edward met mo Ho stopped Is ho not her frlondt Tho lllao bough And That bont Its flowors to llston as ho nutd and said a fow civil words and prom- Â¬ Tho foW but earnest worda no Jovors vow ised to do what ho could for me And That seemed a benediction on her head then ho said that thero would be a wed Â¬ Still holds thoso blossoms bright unfading ding soon and that I must come to tho yet dinner that he should provido for tho That send their porfumo to allay her roars ETWEEN truth Michael Chaae has offered himself to Miss Battcrsby and sho has accepted L him 1 1IJ All y uiivo s t wr - n ucau uia nut il iruui It- - issu ing place nor did sho spcalc ono word It was Samuel who asked sternly if Aaron could provo that ho had spoken than from a etnuiger THE LINES His letter too full brief is still a frlonds Tho couched in torms which sadly she de- linos Tho pen onco nioro sho urges on its way To writo tho news tho very last In mind Ills noto received tho morning of that day Ho wroto so soon ho was so very hind fines Not lovcr lllco Dut youthful fancy lends Tho Itcy and owlftsho reads botwecn tho All well at homo and send their best regards And wish him luck In his now onterprlsc Tho thought of lilacs porfumo sho dlsoards To bo too bold indeed would bo unwise How commonplace tho languago scorns to hor In glancing oer it whon tho task Is donol It shows n lack that makos her long domur In sending what looks scarcely half begun And yot sho trusts theso words to him may bo Moro than they seem Thoy aro but shadowy signs To help u lovors searching oyos to seo Tho gcntlo hopo that throbs between tho lines A typo of nil hor simple swcot young life Is this girls letter with Its swcot designs It tolls no word of lovo or passions Btrlfo Tho power of It lies liotwoon tho lines Margaret Price In Onco si Wook SHE PUT TUB IXTTEIt HACK JCCni vi fiH jmS rcr-rrrci-lfim3 BttiK Mi iiurJLiowEtIiiTv PmOaTTOinuti VtfmailJZrFdnEfJ am A fc ZBBHlmEC s lar fcA if CHAPTBIt X fortnight crept slowly by and Michael neither yroto nOr enmc Olivo fccgnn to fear that hq was ill and would have writton a line of inquiry if they had parted less coldly The suspense was almost intolerable but she did not want to look like a victim and she went and came as usual dressed as prettily as ever and woro her music of cheerful Â¬ ness with unflinching bravery Ilcr sweetness and courago went straight to tho hearts of tho Wakes Mrs Wake Was so stirred that sho was lifted quito out of her melancholy little self and astonished her husband by displacing unwonted tact and wisdom Sunday afternoon oamo round again and the three were sitting in their par- Â¬ lor upstairs with doors and windows wida open trying to prqCcnd thuV they woro not expecting anyone Olivo had gptu large volume proppc up on the table beforo hor and turned Its pages although sho oould not read aline Sud Â¬ denly tho house b6ll rang loudly as If It had been pulled by an impatient hnnd and tho sound drovo all tho eolor out of Olivos face Mrs Wake wns off the sofa with a bound I will go and seo who it is sho said and wns gone in an instant Samuel and Olive sat in slUmcc they could hear enqh othor breathe Haavy stops woro coming quickly upstairs and drowning Mrs Wakos light tread A mans ilguro appeared in tho door- - Contim7ii workmen I asked if It was his wed- Â¬ ding that was coming oiT And ho said No Fenlake It will bo my sisters wedding and sho will marry Michael Chase You know what a clever fellow ho has proved himself to be and wo all think a great deal of him Thero was dead silence for a moment Then Olivo lifted her colorless face and looked mournfully nt Fenlake 4I know it Is all true she said In a clear sad voice he spoke of Miss Uat Â¬ tcrsby Sometimes I havo felt that this was coming You were right about bim Aaron ho has used us both badly badly Hut wo will let him go his way She looked from Aaron to Uncle Wako and tried to smile then put her hand up to her forehead and went quickly away There was not much more said by the three who remained in the room Only Samuel asked Fenlake whether ho could tell them anything about Miss Uattcrs- Â¬ by mmmi v 3tnm m w fW- - SAD NEWS way and tho glr started up1 trembling and went towards him but it was not Michael Chnso It was Aaron who stood beforo hproldoffsjpaloaiid wild that sho gave n cry of foar You have brought ad flaws sho Is Michael 111 or dead panted out rlHo5s neither ill jferS duaUV Aaron answered And then sho sank back into her seat with a bag sobbing sigh and covered her face with her hands Samuel Wake wonfc up to his nlcco and draw her head gently down upon his broac snoulder k Speuk out Fonlako ho said c4d Olive ing the trembling girl closoly will be well oarod for no matter what may come Dont be afraid man she has n brave heart and It will bo best to lenow the worst nt wee fTJiA worst Uthai Mlohaol ha proved himself to le a HiHUidrlR blaok sooim I brought diei said Aaron tioreely the tiding myself because J knew that Hint weildaooner bear them from me The restful Influenco of tho placo drow her within the open gato and along tho tree shadowed path to tho chapel door Sho went timidly down the ilight of stono steps that led to tho entrance hearing the sweet thunder of the organ and wondorlng whether sho might gain admission but wheu tho threshold was crossed her last doubt No disconsolate widow died away with a white cap and a short temper conducted tho worshipers to their seats a pleasant faced young vorgor in a black gown found places for all who wanted them And this was no easy task for tho little chapol oven nt this unfashionable ttmo of year was full to overflowing When Olivo vontured to raise hor sho received a vivid Impression of - - - oyes yet delicate colors the red roso of r y ROOMD Qtm JIRSTUIH8NKS8 niS HXSTV rich Day aftorday went by amU Olivo Lancaster burned in tho emblazoned fought with all her might against that panes of tho ohancel window all tho indlfforonco to all outward things lights that found their way into tho which is tho buna of a sick soul Day placo wore tinted with rainbow dyes after day a voice within wiw always re- Â¬ But this chapol was not In tho least peating tho dlrgo llko words YotVdo llko any of the great churches that sho not caro for unything and you never had seen in London it was in fuct a will caro any more aisgle rectanffulacchamborjfull of Undo Wako proposed a holiday in glojvlnpj shadows and warm Uvingsun tho country his wife had soma rela Hghtsjna mighty arphos rose Overhead tions living in a Surroy vlllacro and atul Witro lost in mist ho massiyo wiM entw at Luu pillars stood out solemnly from tho wow otyfcwriwy ware ffloera Here was a cheerful sanctuary Ava8eetHndIWoas wren magnificent without pomp revorentljsui beautiful as of old but comfort did jot - mysie pious r--aHouse yoautjful iwt eorae to the sorely tried heart Tho where every tired pilgrim might fittd Tokje of peace did not speak to her somo softening gleam of love and here she could hear only the echoes of prayer the Wat and think only of the VQh The young grl worn with perpetual dftii banished hand It did nbt Iteaf tache seemed atlast to breathe an gladden ber sow 16 stand looking over the stiles down the long meadows words of the Liturgy nttered lu a cIm there yyaa no hope Is tke ennbeams no voiee feu upon her soul like drops ox Aaron replied except a good deal older than tho rascal she Is going to marry I have heard that Mr Edward is several years younger than his sister When Aaron was gono Mrs Wako cried quietly for a few seconds and then went to listen at Olivos door No sound was heard and sho returned to hor husband in soro distress But he soothed her and said that thoy must wait patiently until the girl came of her own accord and sought their comfort And sho did come sooner than they had thought to seo her and sat down in her old placo by Uncle Wakos sido Uncle she said softly If you seo a letter addressed to me In Michaels handwriting will you promise to open It I want you to read It beforo I do and stand by mo wheu I read it I feel too weak to suffer any more alone Not many days afterwards u letter did come and Samuel tore it open with a muttered word of disgust It was not a long letter nor did Michael appear to think that Olivo would suffer much through his faithlessness He told her that ho had felt that thero was a wrtht of union between them and added that he could not livo happily with a iyonian who did not fully nppr6ciate tho efforts holmd mado and tho success that ho had won And then ho finished with tho usual wishes for her future happi Â¬ ness and that was all Olivo read tho letter standing by Undo Wakes sido held fast by his kind arm Sho put it back into his hand and said that sho did not wish to sen it again And nbw I must faco my life Bald tho girl to hersolf But this facing a life that was so ut- Â¬ terly changed was no oasy task If you who road these pages havo ovor tried to go on living after tho uprooting of a great hope you will know how hard it was J2 Nothing that sho must bo promise in the whisper of tho grass Michael tho traitor did not dwell is her mind ho was banished by tho mem- Â¬ ory of Michael tho young lover Sho thought of him in spito of all reason as tho hero sho had first believed him to be nnd mourned for tho ideul that sho had loved so long It was a relief to go back to tho llfo in London and tako up her work just where she had laid it down At homo sho was very quiet grateful for all tho kindness that strove to deaden tho con- Â¬ stant heartache but thoso who watched hor could seo plainly that her soul re Â¬ fused comfort nnd know that tho heal Â¬ ing hour had not yet come October was gliding away but It was a gentle sunny October and autumn faded slowly And nt last there camo a Sunday morning so balmy and soft that It seemed to havo wandered back from tho bygone summer Olivo went out nlono that morning sad as ever but with n vaguo desiro for the sight of something green to rest tho eyes and sho walked on scarcely earing whithor The steeple of St Mary lo Strand roso up into tho bluo haze of tho beautiful day and tho great thoroughfaro was bright with tranquil sunshine All at onco it occurred to Olive that she would go to tho Thames embankment and look at tho river it would be pleasanter walking there than in these busy ways And with this thought in her weary head sho turned suddenly into a street on her right hand a narrow stony lit- Â¬ tle street which she had uevfir entered before Sho was still so much of a rustic that most of tho nooks and byways of tho Strand wero unknotvn to her and it was with a senso of surpriso that sho found herself at tho open gates of u sunshiny churchyard Within thero were gray tombstones shaded by plane trees tho dark gray tower of the an- Â¬ cient church was touched with tho quiet light of tho autumn morning yellow leaves fell hero and there a ground ash drooped its long branches over tho soft turf What a resting place was this for tired eyes weary of watching the ceaseless come and go of Olive stood spell- Â¬ London crowds bound at the gate until her sight grow dim with tears She was not thinking of herself only as she stood there Sho thought of the many homeless wanderers who had paused on this very spot hardly able to bear the throng of images that started up around that peaceful sanctuary Gray walls and fresh grass and trees they make the background of memorys holiest pictures The phantoms of old happy days went trooping along thoso quiet paths and vanished within the gloom of the low browed door fathers and mothers who had gone to rest long ago in Gods acre little children who had grown ip to be careworn men and women boys and girls who had loved each other once with the fresh un Â¬ worldly love of youth these were the shadows that passed slowly through the green old churchyard every day Tho sorrows of ono human heart aro the sorrows of all tho longings of ono human soul after its lost paradise aro the longings of all and it is through these common sorrows and common longings that tho lost sheep aro brought back to the fold and tho wandering spir Â¬ its are drawn softly home to God Ideas came to her very slowly that day and sho had lingered for sonn minutes by the gate before she realized that this little gray church with the quaint low belfry was the Savoy Chapel Koyal In that old churchyard and on tho ground now occupied by all tho neighboring buildings tho famous Savoy paluce had stood once but Olivo was in no mood just then to recall his Â¬ torical associations It was enough for her to feel that she had suddenly lighted on a nook that was completely out of the world and not ono man iu fivo hundred who jostle along the noisy Strand ever dreams of its existÂ¬ dew and tho music of tho hymns full of solemn appeal and sublime content lifted her out of the iron cago of her sorrow When sho looked up to tho clorgy man who stood in the pulpit and hoard that calm voice speaking the text sho did not know that he had been minis- Â¬ tering hero for moro than a quarter of a century Sho did not know that tho wordspoken in this little chapel had gono out Into tho world and were treas- Â¬ ured up In tho minds of thoughtful men and women sho only knew that tho preacher seemed to her unknown and yet well known alroady sho had fallen under tho magnetic spell of his strong personal influence tho voice so distinct nnd Intensely penetrating in its quietness found Its way through all the clouds and shadows that had gath- Â¬ ered around her inner lifo Yo shall leavo mo nlono and yet I am not alone becauso tho Father Is with mo St John xvl Si HOME HINTS AND HELPS Tho loneliness of Jesus Christ in His life in His sufferings and in His death is a pattern and a prophecy of tho soli Â¬ tude which is touchingly characteristic of all truo life Eugcno Bersier tho oloquont preacher in Paris rightly says that there aro two kinds of solitude an outward and an inward a visible and an invisible When wo are not seen nor heaid nor touched by anyone wo say that we arc alone But it is not always a complete isolation Tho fisherman docs not feel alone on tho ocean though he sees only tho silent stars in tho Armament and hears only tho sound of the moaning wind and the roll- Â¬ ing waves He is thinking of his wifo and children who aro on shore awaitÂ¬ ing his safe return For them ho is working their lovo Alls his heart ho nover feels alone Tho watching soldier on his lonely picket does not feel quite solitary for he knows that tho honor of his cou- Â¬ ntrys flag Is In his care Tho work- Â¬ woman in her garret handling her diligent needle during the long hours of a winters evening does not feel lonely for she knows that before daybreak sho will havo earned for herself and her children the next days bread Tho lighthouse keeper in tho middle of tho ocean docs not feel alone for he knows that by his vigilance tho light will bo kept brilliant which will warn off thousands of ships from danger and minister to the security of myriads of lives Those who love and are loved aio never alone These are all visible solitudes A Thero arc also inward solitudes crowd is not company There are many whoso contact makes no sympathetic chord to vibrato in our hearts Their hands may press ours but that indifferent clasp touches nothing within our spirits There aro voices and faces which do not charm us even though they vouchsafo us conventional words and smiles of courtesy Faces may only bo as a gallery of pictures and voices only the hum of many sounds There is an important sense which makes this inward solitude to bo specially felt in tho crowded lifo of a great city When William Wordsworth came to London ho was astounded that peoplo lived close to each other and Â¬ Â¬ Journal Sardine Sandwich llemovo llm oitJ of half a dozen sardines split and take out the bones Snread stain Niinn bread very thinlv with butter ni 4 each two halves of tho fish squeeze a j f lUtiii i wieiu auu a crisp jmiu over it leaf nf littne tn rm1i iirwl t ii w 1u llt nucJ of buttered bread on top Boston miugoi Brown Sauco for Potato Heat a pint of thin cream or rich milk and when boiling add a half teaspoonful of salt and a tablespoonful of flour which lias been browned in the oven until of a nut brown color rubbed to a smooth paste with a little cold milk Coofc rapioiy until thickened then more slowly for five or ten minutes Serve hot Good Health A sponge large enough to expand and 1111 the chimney after having been squeezed in is the best thing with which to clean a lamp chimney Tie tho sponge to a slender stick and after onco being put in it need not be taken out until the chimney is thoroughly washed with soapsuds and rinsed as fresh water can be constantly poured through the chimney Whipped Cream Sauce For any pudding take one teacupful of sweet cream whites of three eggs three tablespoonfuls powdered suirar Haw the cream previously set on the ice to get chilled whip tne cream then and return to a cool place Beat the whites to a stiff foam add the sugar then tho whipped cream beating all together This is very nice for fruit puddings or to serve with cake Ladies Lloine dayN Parsley Is entirely offootual tn ri moving tho odor of onions after m if Tho green sprigs should be eaten ascel l cry ih whii me onions or with tho po Â¬ tato salad not left to be taken after u inner or supper The best method to x nrvnntv AIKU ti hair from turning dark is to wash the uiur nut me scuip tost ino roots bo in jureu whii warm water which contain a teaspoonful of borax to every qunrtof warm water This should bo done over - Y World Most herbs that are grown in water are of no use the next season for flowering The process of rooting them in water seems to have destroyed their vitality We presume the Chinese lily follows this rule and that it has been so exhausted by the process of flowering1 that it will not be likely to bloom another season It will do no harm how ever to treat it with caro when it is put away and try it another year Lot the dry up around it gradually pour ing out a little if necessary and when the leaves haw all dropped off pack It away in sand N Y Tribune JochI travy Unless it be dish gravy manj- - people associate the name with a greasy dark horror of some sort which is to be avoided like poison by all who value a good digestion When made properly it should be entirely free from taste of fat and is a savory addition to liver cutlets and other meats that arc naturally without gravy It should bo made as follows After roasting beef etc pour the fat from tho pan all buta tablespoonful which should be brown into this rub with the back of a wooden spoon two even tablespoonfuls of flour then stir in gradually a pint of broth or stock add pepper and salt to taste let all come to a boil strain and it is ready for use Chopped mushrooms etc may be added to taste N Y World Â¬ Â¬ vtr Â¬ FASHIONS ISfliiutiriil Tlilngft IN JEWELRY Iwvor Thnt Aro Now Much b ence APrWw i Ladies vest chains are designed for the new fashions A tiny gold yacht on a sea of olivine waves is a new device Padlock and key bracelets are always in demand for gifts of significance Buckles enameled similar to bow knots in imitation of ribbons have been S3r introduced AT TnE CHArEI DOOR Cigar cutters for men of luxurious tastes are of gold platinum and set with scarcely knew tho names of their precious stones neighbors Charles Dickens said that Kar wires are of gold intended to loneliness was as possiblo in the streets hold earrings where theand have not ears of a great city as in tho desart of been pierced Arabia Tho Latins havo a proverb Slender rings with open heart shaped Magna civitas magna solitudo a forms in small stones and diamond groat city a great solitudo Hence knots are new designs in rings even wo who live in a busy hivo of Black onyx hat pins round and pear workers and sufferers aro not denied shaped polished and unpolished w tho power to find and foster a solitude provided for the different stages of I do not know a moro pathetic reflec- mourning tion than this that wo all live oven Sapphires round nnd oblong are seen as wo must surely all die in a very real in plain gold rimmed settings of dead and requisite solitude Tho experienco gold It Is a quaint old fashion and of ngos has never falsified tho word very distinguished spoken nearly three thousand years ennmele In very formal society ago The heart knowcth its own bit- nangles are worn as black complimentary terness and n stranger doth not inter- Â¬ mourning Black enameled flowers r meddle with its joy Proverbs xiv 10 sometimes attached to theso A great saint onco said that thero is a icntlemens vest buttons come In sott senso in which wo must servo two mas of four colored enameled and tors for wo all livo two lives an out- Â¬ set with precious chased Thoso mad stones ward and an inward an open and a so to order have tho crest or monogram cret a social and a solitary a human Motal bandeaux enameled to sluiuhtk and a divine a temporal and an eternal black watered ribbon aro wprn Happy and blest are thoso who so live mourning They aro fastened on fctf in theso two worlds as to make the by a bow knot Fillets of jet and do most of both black aro also worn TO SB CONTINUED Fob chains of onyx unpolished a polished are worn In mourning Sm A Similarity sectional chains of onyx connected ty A Joke Is very llko a nut gold links are very pretty but are 0 I state this a a fact worn In tlrst mourning Sine nemo caa tell if it ts good Until it has ben cracked Tiaras have become almost comnK Harpers Dutar during tho season Tha Mary Sttntf coif in gold network with pearls If They Oaly Were diamond is one model An interest delayed mlUeslum The loaf tiara waa made of large clouded p Would eeta lets dimly tar accenting forma described in small w If men were only half as good A their wMtaoarte think they are monds Jewdera Circular M Â¬ Â¬ MM Y BfraU t nndaditllcult task before it There indications of preference in one state and another but positive instructions would be the height of un wisdom in what ought to be a deliber Â¬ ative assembly Illinois for instance is potentially a democratic state though unlike Pennsylvania Wisconsin and Iowa it has no democratic governor Whether Illinois shall or shall not vote in Novemb r for a democrat it ought to have a strong voice in the shaping of the ballot of the convention and in the determination of the outcome but if Illinois is tied hand and foot delivered t Chicago with r unit vote only and that to persist in the endeavor nom inate an inhabitant of the state willy MUy its influence at a crisis may be utterly lost The- situation demands the best judgment of all democracy north and south m absolutely demo cratic states as in absolutely certain republican jtttes We want no see tiounhsrn in the Chicago convention u sectionalism drawn upon the lines of political complexion of the electoral colleges Let the representatives of all io democracy get together in a spirit of devotion to the great interests they are expected to further and totally dis- may be north should be silenced while less than 2000000 democrats of the south should be all potent It vill be wise if there shall bo no instructions from any state for anybody There is no reason why delegatus should be bound hand and foot at a convention which more than any called within the recollection of the present generation has a delicate SELECTING A CANDIDATE Commissioner flnura has for atmthi QiictUoiiTfor Ail IJuiribcfhtCJfort htuuf beciymgugeditva conspiracy o trap A Congre ssimin Cooper who has been South f XlJCRrcatproponrtbninco of democrat i tivUj halng the management of tfio bureau investigated Jc votes is it the north a Xuuturt of the The organs of tho administration electoral vote lost tb bltfht bccunsMthc have also been zealous in aiding the electoral votes of the democratic party Vhon come m the main from the other sec- Â¬ counter attack on Mr Cooper Horsey was found to have been carry tion It s well nt this time to elabo Â¬ ng on n profitable business in expedit- Â¬ The vote cast for rate this point ing pension enses they at once assumed Cleveland in 18SS nfrgrepnteil firis0J0 Of these the southern states east hut that Mr Cooper was his partner and 192011 There are in round numbers commented with ghoulish glee on his being hoist with his own petard nud on a million and a half more democrats In his having thrown a boomerang They the north than in the south Their dis were tribution by Htatc those not voting in tion extremely anxious to divert attenfrom the real mutter at issue lSi 8 included Is as follows which was the management of the pen H77iUNov Jersey lfMfl3 California nfio vowYorit XfiRTr sion bureau to the merits or demerits Colorado t7 W Ohio TrtUfiS Connecticut a IM27 Oregon soite of congressmen who were not under inIllinois 440IKW vestigation all Hi Pennsylvania lnditma UIW7 Hliocle Island 17 MM low Later developments have shown that KUTIA Vermont Ui7tti KancaH VWcon5In the mirth of the organs was premature UfyZti Kttrl Miilne IS in MasiclitiHotta l5iMontani Kvldence has been introduced to show JllII Klft North DftltotU 12 tVil Michigan IOI3Hi Iduho 7iIH not ouiy mat Mr Cooper was not aware Minnesota wm that Mersey was abusing hisoonfldence trivsoutii Diikotu Nclnnli IVtOi Washington Scvailu ilri but also that Uauin knew it months Ncwllntnjishlio 3iKWyomiiip riri ago and instead of putting a stop to it KMlil made Dcmou itlc vote In tho north tliti discovery the basis of nuAorU UMiv Jll Unocrulcotuln the south to entrap Mr Cooper These otjfortf The iiJftfrefjute of votes in tint November election willprdbably not fall short ntet with ignominious failure and Mr of IL000000 Elections since ISiSSbljow Haum appears as u batlled conspirator that northern democrats are increasing Even republican members of the com in number much faster than in the mittee have felt obliged to say that south It is necessary to bear these fig Â¬ they believe Mr Cooper guilty of no ures in mind when democratic papers wrong and they no longer desire to see ure declaring thai thOso statewhich the investigation diverted from the pur cannot give their electoral vote to the pose for which it was begun The evidence so far taken abundantly democratic candidate in any case shows that the pension oilice is full of Â¬ ought not think of endeavoring to influence the choice of the nominee at men who arc chiclly intent upon pro Chicago What would be the result of moting their own interests and that the acceptance of such advpee Glance oflicials prey not only upon the public ngajn at the table and it will be found but upon subordinates and others IJorrowing money appears to be a that if the states which gave their elec toral votes to the democratic candidate favorite species of dissipation in tho bureau The commissioner borrows in lbSS arti alone to select the presi large sums from Ueorge E Lemon on dency that a mere majority of a mere minority a majority of the southern tho pledge of stock of doubtful value states plus Connecticut and New Jer- Â¬ or perhaps of no value and it somehow sey the only tivo northern states that happens that nine out of ten of the were democratic in 1S8S may select the cases expedited under a special order nominee The suggestion is preposter are uiuonk employes Joan money ous Jf we broaden the field and re- to their subordinates and are promoted report abuses that gard certain northern states as poten- Other employescome under their observation and are tially democratic and therefore entitled Reporting any abuse is to come ia with the south and New discharged treated as an attack on the commis Jersey and Connecticut to determine a nomination v will of course include sioner and the latter boldly says he New York because while not certain- will discharge any employe that attacks ly a democratic state it lias been dem him To round up this comfortable in ocratic five out of twelve system of running the oilice asa private presidential elections in the last simp every discharged employe is de hall century but we would nat- nounced as unworthy of credit because go farther urally Pennsylvania lie has been discharged In this wily has a democratic governor Ho has the pension bureau is to be made proof Massachusetts Indiana has returned against investigation altogether It is to be regretted however thai to the democratic party Illinois was the investigation of pension abuses has carried in lbJO by the democracy not gone somewhat deeper It is obvi Certain congressional districts in Michi gan will assuredly return electors for a ous enough that the management of the democratic nominee Iowa has a demo office is bad but if it were made better cractiu nominee Iowa has a demo- - the relief of the country would be com paratiVelysmall The opinion prc vail cratic governor Wisconsin has almost universally that a large percent governor Kansas though hardly democratic may not be set age of the pensions paid go to the unde- Â¬ Fraud and favoritism have down as i certainly republican There serving contributed to swell the rolls beyondioU aw possibilities of Minnesota One a least of the Dakotas may be ranked as reason ami the pension burden wilTgo u potential democratic state In this on increastngfor ycard TleYuvis need view the field of contest is almost of a general revision of the rolls for the fraudulent pen- Â¬ everywhere This being so almost purpose of eliminating is probably toi sioners but the task everwhere is as assuredly entitled to great to be attempted at present with participate in the selection of a demo cratic candidate for the presidency as reasonable chances of success So long those states which have hitherto given as so many congressmen fear to maUe electoral votes for such a candidate even a suggestion looking to the cor Indeed it is impossible to take serious rection of pension abuses the ngentsS ly the suggestion that in the selection and the cormorants are pretty likely to Louisville Courier-Joof a loader H 500000 democrats of the have their own way urnal f Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Howard 9100 thlampqr will boplenwd elenrii that there ia iitleivt buo dreaded AtecWc thntiPoloncQ tHft beta ubla to ett hrall its stage and that UOutarrluH8lld Catarrh Cure In tho only pogtltivo euro known to the medical fraternity Catrrh being a constitutional dlscnso requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Curo is taken internally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho flyntom thereby dost toying the foundation of tho disease and giving tho patient strength by building up tho constitution and assisting nuturo in doing its work The proprietors bavo so much faith jii Its cura- Â¬ tive powers that thoy offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any caoo that It fulls to cure Send for lis of testimonial Address p J UHKNHYdo Toledo 0 J3J Sold by DrugglstH 70a mhi worst trotihion anyoouy hna aro ihoso thut never hnppen ltums Horn Stcnmg Up Tho Moorings Cast pn Maje uienlly tho great ocean grey hound leaves tho dock and steams down tho river outward bound Rut lire you my deny sir prepared for tho sea sickness unnostalwuNs incident to a trans Atlantic trip with the iiMilhhlo stomachic Ihntotters Htotiutfck IMttcrs If not expect to suffer without rld Tho Blttsrs is tho staunch friend of nil who truvel by sea or laud emigrants tourists commercial travclcrn mariners Jt completely remedies muieuu biliousness dys Â¬ pepsia rheumatic twinges und inactivity of 91110 m Tb readorirnf SijsSs im llVHl STiLIm 1tM p HSSSSL tbMnrtnhrthlronntlbrne rfefRtetaff flua jltov iotU U oriuutnv DunbTiand the coniumar mti t MleiiwltheTerrpttrttaiii i mm m4 jrtnU Hktck k fcti - loc M Um z w JZ vrwwt mmmmmmm a m Both tho method and results Tvbon Syrup of Figs ia takon it is pleasant and refreshing to tho tasto and acta fontly yet ptomptly oi tho Kidnoys and Bowels cleanses tho sys Â¬ UJV HHScDIiiH Â¬ Â¬ only rdmfcdy of its kind ovct produced pleasing to tho tfoTuft ac tho kiducVB MlHti may havo boon ouscrvM thai coasting ceptablo to tho stomach prompt in It as uu umuKcmdut has its drawbacks its action nud truly bqiicficial ta its Â¬ tem eflectually dispels colds head nehes and fovors and cures habitual constipation Syrup f Figa is tho - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sumpics tho Wonl There is a 3 Inch display odVortlseuient suusututo in this paper this week which has no two CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO words ullko except ououord Tho sumo is SAN FRANCISCO OAL true of each new one appearing each week LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY from Tho Dr Hurler Medici up Co This house places a Crescent on ovorvthing they make and publish Look for it send them tho unmoor the word and they will return you book beautiful lithographs or i Lovers or tho HcnutlCut Will bo pleased to learn that n collection of twenty of tho llnost scenic views In Wiscon Â¬ sin and Minnesota may be obtained free of postage by the sending of an uddrcss and lifty cents iii postage orotkonviso to Geo If Hcnfford General Passenger Agant C M St P Ry Chicago 111 P S As tho supply is limited early1 application should bo mado Ciiuitcir Ushers movo easily because theyro uisJctL -Smiths -Monthly m Tho Onl7 Ono Kver rrlnted Cmi You Fliirt i prepared ionlv from tho moat healthy and agreeable substances its many oxcellent qualities commend it to all and havo mado it tho most popular rentedy known Syrup of Figs is for salo In 50o and 81 bottles ny all leading drug- Â¬ gists Any reliable druggist vrtib may not havo it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accopt any Â¬ eflccts RELIEVES Rll stomach Blstrcis rtE MOVES Nausea Ecuae of FuUne CoMoKsTiorCtw REVIVES JPAitiNd ENRRGY RESTORES OR Normnt ClrculaUbn ftn4 to Toft Tirs IIAKTEkEDIcmEjCO it Lwiil M VXbms A often troubled VfUi vomltlnR tho JirHdjH niui ttd VERTIGO 9 Personsapparentlr lagpodlicalthfir Twlmnilng follow It results from a da rangedstate of tho dlpcstlvo orjrftiii and con- H MUpatlon XliU unpleasant and ona dangerous amlotloi will bo ourqd by ofteia InA roc Â¬ Â¬ Tuk motto of uuHincHi inoti i push is also tliu i of business mens doors It Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cino What is August Flower for POSITIVELY As easily answered as asked It is Tiikhe is a pood deal of Gospol in tho for Dyspepsia It is a special remright kind of a handshake edy for the Stomach and Liver 4BowNsBitoNcuiAiTiiocnKsarowidelv known us an admirable remedy for Bron- Nothing more than this We believe HEADACHE chitis Hoarseness Coughs aud Throat August Flower cures Dyspepsia troubles Suld oidj In boxes We know it will We have reasons It 1h iKrrcotlyharhllrM8 and atntnitiB no pol In not offotrcd MooxLioitT is sculpture sunlight is for knowing it To day it has an nonouHupdrilK coimtltutloiifl ornujia moillolnoIt to liiilld wcttlt us tonic la painting Hawthorne to honored place in every town and olY you tiro lBr HdHhoi a trial will con vliK o ah v i pllulilo UnuxRlMt who may not BuixmAMs Pills quickly cure slok head country store possesses one of the havo Uriulycrotlnuon hunt will proouro It or ache weak stomach impaired digestion bo iloht poMtiiuld upon rticolpt of O largest manufacturing plants in the will ocnlM imhI constipation disordered liver etc Accopt no Mihntlltifc Lrcic wails for n iralil pluck builds a country and sells everywhere The BRAOYCROTIHE MFO 00 MACON QA reasou is simple It does one thing radroad Ton a CoMgti or SoreThroW niVbeslmedi and doesit right Itcurcsdyspepsia vfff vtHf FAT FOLKS RF000EO Â¬ Da T J Williamson Kustls Flasavs Tho bottle or Brudycrotiim you sent mo was given threo ladies who were suffering from henditcha They said tho eflebt was Instan Â¬ taneous uud very oatioftictory 60c August Flower llvar ktrhloUrollaTestho engorged tho and how romovoa th cause through ola 0o oaicea0Jark Place NjY T nv Liver Hills TUTTS a A F w JS C Plif CURES 11 price--C- Â¬ MM Â¬ 1 is Halo slloiievof lJorcLouuil and Tut Pikes Toothache Dimis Cure la on Tun politician who clamors for n fret DRILL interchange or opinion should attend a sowing bee Columbus Post with our ftiiiiniiN Well i Jtliirlilncrr Tho It nnmxlQ crtttf tn tnllr n limit tliu nn iorpotlf clianlne onljr mid tiquitx of gloves when everyone knows iant drnpplns tool In ue NYMAN vMiifiS MM7ataiogu o thoy aro only kids L00MIS TIFFIN OHIO Df fJS E C ffl TE oheoh f f v7iwiuaiortnouinurnarraiussnertall lromodliM NortnrvliiKiiolnconvtdiicnca urfiAUK THIS 1AITIl mUawirn Ttltleyndu THE WORLDS FAIR wilt lipK urcc niulrxicniilvu in hrnro la JSow nt lutmltiiil lutt niMn prtir Iliitcln Aditrct U MHHllflUH tnrrrpK HZH lluill luurl CIIICUlU rodclnif IK1M Until- Willi tli AHiooiiilcii U Â¬ AsrnoNOMiis have failed to direct atten tion to tho fact that tho lullcr tho umon is ho later sheh out nights Rlughumioii rrrrAue this vaviji nrtirojottwiit 3 Leader Â¬ OursT Is your mistress at homo Scrv nut No maam Sho has a licuduobo to day biitsho will bo In to morrow llu Halo Enquirer urcf lyn Life Do vou holievu that mnrrfaro Is a fall Xo but my husband does Brook Â¬ NOTES AND OPINIONS Democrats of Kansas in numbers sufficient to dictate a resolution are in favor of nominating Mr Cleveland for president in June Chicago Post It is really a pity that Mr Harri son did not find out tho exceeding sin fulness of Quay before promoting Judge Woods for keeping Dudley out of jail St Louis Republic Among those who fear that 0 rover Cleveland cannot carry New York there are not any members of the republican party of that state They are all apprehensive that he can and they believe that he will Rrooklyn Â¬ Is how tho meat Tun most wondorful thing about n shad over got between tho bouesTexus SU tings i - Â¬ mans hand and his fist arojdcntlcal yet it makes coisldonblo diiicrunco which A - V i is shaken It fn a mjglity hard spect a woman who through Boston ft and have it done better there is little work less wear never the least harm Try Pearline and seeit go for dirt when you see dirt go for Pearline ine she can do twice as much out Pearline Herworkis never clone and its never done well With Pearl In a Peck of trouble the woman who washes with i 11 p Jk I f vll J I Transcript thing to lovo anu knows youthrough una Beware honcstra nil innv l lintv th it lifu fnnvd la onnlriil Dullas JSows A Whin you sco a man luabrown study Peddlers nntl some unscrupulous jrocm will tell same ns Iearlne ITS FAtSB learllno i nevrr an imitation bo K it back it thWls ai fobd as or thi Lldlcd it yotir scuds yu JAMES PYLE New York fcyfci Eagle f Â¬ Â¬ lg aadress themselves to the task of providing a competent and successful ender in this presidential -Ko fir ea year-Chica- ftKUrdinir nni kmil mwl cnntirinril fiil CEEKING Pc TO EVADE l V kiln Kor tn Divert tlui In vent Igiitlon mien an accused person adopts tho the old lawyer to abuse the Plaintiffs attorney one is apt to sus pect that the condition exists to whlcli juat advice ib applicable namely that the law and tho evidence aro Wnst tho defendant Tho pension in wtlgation has conclusively shown that ooviee of Â¬ Tlecause short crops abroad made a market for an increased amount of American breadstuffs the protection orcrans point with pride to tli fact that the Mclvinley bill has not sup No one supposed it pressed exports would when the old world is hungry but it eats up in taxes tho greater part of the small profits of the American farmers crops N Y World In these days of sore distress the republican herdsmen are in a badly rat Â¬ tled Irame of mind A New York paper has suddenly discovered that neither Jtlaine nor Harrison stand a show of election and says that if some wise statesman will get up in the Minneapolis convention and make a rousing Rob Linspeech for Old Abes son coln will carry oft the prize and make a lively run Nobody appears able to discover a Moses in the republican bulrushes Detroit Free Press There i9 no mystery about the appearance of Mr Cleveland as the most available candidate for the dem ocratic party no more mystery than there is about a stone pier When you ure ten miles off shore sailing in a thick fog you dont see the pier When you get closer In and the fogs lift yon if you have kept your see th pier There course straight by the compass is ull the difference In the world in see- Â¬ ing a pier and not seeing a pier but the difference is in yon not in the pier Tho pier was there whether you saw it or whether you did not Puck Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ old ace is nil right It Is tho preen oungage that is dangerous Calves ton News oicr4 Ir h much btto Im sprl s tiiju to hue Loivujt Ci a urr -- t 3 uiui to bo in high Irna lu him I THS POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BEQAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED Ki AMmofOfs Lxciise me madam I am afrajrt 1 um very Into UhniV dear Horr yon you are ncvor too late no gendo J j otter iieri I London journal rccenly awarded a to tho man whouetlned wit to hu tho power to say wliut everybody olso Sfa ubout to say if In hud ouly Uiought of it nrio A I GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN SAPOLIO LIVE STOCK i f ttXXXXtt MANY LIKE THESE A vUK OUTS smen Book atortlow quoted price for same Elcctrotypers nd J ntUKAbbilA Constantlne Bcthany Mo Aug 4 1888 Sufi crci for vcara with ncu OH ralgla but was flnaKv cured by St Jacobs any other rjvxrm or BTOOX mt ehown ay Bpeo 0fXXrV3B Wo will furnish duplicate la T D 8UERER Mich Feb 10 1887 Was troubled 30 years jajn jn ho back fr0fn ptraIn j bcj for wccJu gt ft tlno no relief from other remedies About 8 years nto I bought 8t Jacobs Oil and mado about It applications have been well and ftrongever since Have dono nil kinds of work and can lift as much as ever No return of rmin in years D M KEAIUCK ANKs8on HewspapsrCq- - ODPAfMC u sMsMMfM m wh utcn orrpers f7179ElmSreol H Ucst Easiest to Ur CIIWOIMVATI H lMson Hcraedy for Catarrh Is th and Chcupcst H tjf If fir O I 7C0 DoPnln t X bruised badly in my hip and ddo suffered severely 84 Jacobs Oil cotnpletaly cured mc WM 0 HARDEN Member of State LegkUfeire bij gifj a 6t- - Balto Md Jan 18 1800 I fell down y reeldenoa in the darkness and was Jtoi Sr 4 by Atyfttfau or Mnt by wall yj f5 B J 1 IVJUEX 4tc WS1TIK9 tlnrt yNl MS I 1994 AVVaSKYMJMM PUUUM Mm AdirMMHMMt U ikUt f a rwfctto Ahmti Mrt- - A DoHfele Tragedy re Hwt to mi mti m t Uwy fcJW from Umm kM lo tfc On f t wklch a In k of the nwt y1i fcwibuyi look h ft m fof Metre i j lii i Him i tMy ytUi Tfct fMt fe tlpt ttere fe 1W hh mk to fcowe afUr It hm pmed in tontfc yew Umb before that provided 9xehi hM dwft m lr it Jmm lrefeea down- tat proper mn 9td km - frow U wrWlH IA about ihryenwold AnotbK jeif t ImktrrwiniBg the value of alteWie to tMeitW ito walking gait we will begin to train fast 8om No well a feet trotters walkers horse U to be naed on matter where the tkero4 the famv or in city work about the most valuable eingfo quality it can have ie to be a faet walker It can then aeeomlleb the maximum amount of work day after day with the mini- Â¬ mum fatigue Look at this point when you are buying Live Stock Record uiwomrf there ie ftwy ikiirer of hurof it frith too heavy work bfore it U matured and corjatuuenUf j do not et ffall aeWtee by wwrlr IbybvryrpfcMbonJa not bees or beeeme I Just as sure as hot weather comes there will be moroor less bowel complaint in UiIb vicinity Every person and especially families ought to have some reliable medicine on hand for instant use in case it is needed A 25 or 50 cent bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is just what you ought to have and all that you would need even for the most severe and dan ArOeed SufgeiitteB impeachment gerous cases It is the best the most The Idjonriaebt of the reliable and most successful treatment court last Saturday on account of Gen known and is pleasant to take For Weavers belly ache cost tha people of sale by Rose fc Jones thiscommoaweath nearly 600 One dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Serred Them Right Diarrhoea Remedy would have saved this Soirio of our readers doubtless rememexpense and we suggest e a matter of Stato ber Dr N B Markoflsky who visited economy and humanity that the provide against future contingencies of this place some time last fall with a to-Â¬ this nature by furnishing each 8enator bacco drummer The Bourbon News has with a bottle of that valukblo remedy this to say of ono of his recent escapades Two impudent traveling men who posed 25 and 60 cent bottles for sale by Rose as mashers got some good advice a bad Jones scare some Iwd eggs and orders to leave Brother Against Brother the town immediately at Louisa near A sad tragedy occurred in Breathitt Catlettsburg one day last week One coanty Monday evening of last week was named J Will Harm a Cincinnati James L Moore shot his brother Daniel drummer and the other Dr N B Mark Moore with a double barrelled shotgun oflrtky an optician from Louisville and inflicting wounds that will prove fatal they made impudent and insulting re-Â¬ The brothers reside near each other but marks to several ladies The news of the families were not on good terms and their escapades reached tho ears of some on their account the brothers fell out of tho husbands and brothers and they Daniel drew his rifle ou James who got waited on tho mashers and egged them the drop on him with the above results out of town They barely escaped bodily Both are farmers and merchants James harm Moore- - surrendered himself to Squire Edwards at Jackson waived an examina Â¬ Aycrs Sarsaparilla requires smaller tion and gave bond in the sum of 1000 doses and is more effective than other to appear at the Circuit Court which blood medicines convenes in a week Thieves stole 5000 worth of diamonds Aahlaatt Htook ihirm Pol linger in from the store of Rogers Mr B J Treacy ef Loxington says Louisville one day lust week while the As to the merits of Quinufl Ointment proprietors and all the clerks woro on I regard it as a very useful Medicine duty The roblery occurred between For one and six oclock and two wallets of has given yery great satisfaction Curbs Splints Spavins Windpufls or loose stones were taken any bunches it is invaluable For sale by Rose Jones Halls Hair Renewer for curing gray hair dandruff and baldness is not equaled Peoples Party Nomination Fred J Close of Dolphin county Kansas ex Republcan and one armed soldier has been nominated by the Peo- Â¬ ples party of the First Congressional may retain district Tho fusion fixers were present hut woro not allowed to bo heard The Its youthful color Peoples party of tho Sixth Congressional William district lust week renominated fullness and beauty Baker for Congress by acclamation Â¬ iy claimed of getting an opportunity to nhoot Hager down with a revolver he had half concealed behind him Hager was too quick and wnk the pole of a hatchet an Inch and a quarter into the skull Of Med He fell t the floor and was thonght to be dead but doctors brought him to later and made an effort to save- him by trepanning the skull Ho will die At the month of Breeden the same night James Hambleton and two of the Hatlleld boys attacked James Mcsscr wtin irtfAna a fttnrA tVprrt Meaner berati shooting with a big bulldog revolver As a result Hamoicton is aeau ana ces Â¬ ser will be acquitted on the plea of self defense At Crumtf store Bill Mead led Gcorgo Hater into a quarrel in the hope it Is ASHLAND PARK STALLIONS BERMUDA 5874 Yearling exhibition 210K two vearcld rec ord 229X three year old record 224 M four year old record 22 third heat five year old record 220J fourth heat sU year eld trial 217 Hlack horac 1A3 hand high foaled June 15 1881 Bred at AshlaRcTrark SIXEDJIY IIANKKK414J Own brother to Lrsander aire of Lynandcr Boy 220 William Kearney Watt 224 220K and Lvtander Chief 1U40 First Data Pattle Patchcn trial 238Krandam of Clieauut Wilkn 220 by Mamhritio Fatchen aire of the daw of Guy Wilkes 215K Astral 2 18 Rosa Wilkes 218 Elvira 218 Cleora 218 Houri 217 and twenty tilne others ir the 230 list 8econd dam Mandy by Stanhopes Blood Hawk sire of the dam of Almont 217 li and Aley Wilkes 221 Third dam Pattie br Dovrninga Vermont sire of the dam of Enigma 220 Matnhrino Bruce 240 sire of Kit Curry 218K Bell Wilson 22f Gills Vermont sire of Bonner Boy 223 and sire of the dams of Col Bradshaiv 220 Abel 224 Nelly L 223 Oambetta 220 The Kiilg 22l Outlaw 229 Pearl 230 Fourth dam Jessie by Thoiuaa Jefferson He is a beautiful black with right hind ankle white stands 15 hand high and iaa perfect hone all oyer having both hone and substance combined with the form and finish characteristic of the cms he so well repro suntsviz Hambletoniaii sire and Mambrino Patchen dam This cross stands an the very best because public performances have de- Â¬ monstrated its value Of its many repre Â¬ sentatives not one is the superior of Bermuda for not one has demonstrated the same ability to train on from year to vcar beginning with the yearling form None are bet- Â¬ ter bred or better looking As a sire his success is assured an out of eight hia first crop two entered the list last year as two year olds namelv Bermuda Bov 220 half mile track and Rosemary 225 Bermuda Boy being one of the largrst win- Â¬ ning two year olds of 1891 his first oolts be ing fouled in 1889 Judged at this age no stallion ever sired more uniform natural gaited colts with speed unprecedented He will stand for mares season of 1892 at 200 TO INSURE the money to be paid as fol Iowa 100 at the time of service aud the other 100 when the mare proves in foal being limited to thirty outside mares Parties wishing to breed to him had better book their mares early Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hunker 210 Flora Wilkes pacer 219 Tom Roger 220 Ac First dam ShIIv Hamlet winner of two year old Hamlet stakes in 1875 by Hamlet sire of Loretta F 218 A V Pantllnd220 Truro pacer 222 Ladv M 223 Leon Hhc 223 Brookside Flora 229 and the dams or Thnrnless 218Cvclone 221 Uranby 225 Graceful 225 and Ham letta 229 Second dam Sal dam of Coaster 220 Cap tain Clay Driftwood aud grandam of Marlowe pacer 215 by Canada Chief aire ot dams of Governor 230 and Joe Hooker sire Maud Maecy 217 Ac Third dam the dam of 8oY that produced Blanche 221 by Imp Yorkshire sire of the dam of Ahliliuid Chief sire of Black Cloud 217 Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred sire of Prince 227 ten miles lit 2808 The fee of Fayette Wilkes is within the reach of all aud lower than that of auy horse of equal merit in Kentucky Season 100 or 200 TO INSURE FPRJ892 5414 1 WEST CLOUD 5195 dam of Black Cloud 217 his aire out of the dam of Wilson 216 Bay horse foaled March 31 1884 Bred at Ashland Park SIRED BY ABDALLAH WEST 2533 Sire of Wilkin 227 First dam the dam of Black Cloud 217 by Pilot Walker pacer Second dam the Cluke Pacing Mare JfOTK Abdullah West 2583 by Allle West first dam Miss Cooiib dam of Wilson 216 by Clark Chief second dam Ohio bv American Clay third dam brought from Ohio and represented to be bv Browns Bellfouuder Abdallah West died at six years old He was the most promising colt I ever bred Outof the Ashland Park SIRED BY HAPPY MEDIUM 400 Sire of Nancy Hanks 209Mnie Cobb 213 Eddie C pacer 220 Norman MHiti 220 Camllle 220 Bu Medium 22 Brigadier 221H Harry Medium 231 Edith 222K First Love 222 1 4 EraUi Maltravers 222 Ac First dam Mamie West dam of OuyaHj three year old record 235 Adeline231 et Bank 237 three years old 4c y Allie West 745 sire of Jewett 214 Chif ley Frlel 210 1 4 Frank Champ 218 u Charley West 227 Rachel B 28K Ah also sire dams of Mullie Wilkes 222 u Allle Wilkes 222 1 4 Raven 226 1 4 Wm Wilkes 228 4 Ac Second dam Madam Headley dam of MIm Mabel winner two year old KentacVr Breeders Stake 1881 and Rapidau rii oi Lockhart 214 by Stanhopes Edwin Forrest 851 sire of Harry Stanhope 231 son of Edwin Forrest 49 sire of Billy Hn kins 226 1 4 Champagne 230 and the dams of So 8o 217 1 4 dam of All ftt 220 Mambrino Dudley 219 Louden c 220 Third dam Mn Stanhope by Mambriao Chief II sire or Lady Thorn 218 Wood ford Mambrino 22tK and four others His sons sired London 220 Pancoiit sire of Pntron 221iHis daughters 214 1 4 and 79 oth era produced Piedmont 217 1 4 Director 217 sire of Direct 218 1 pacing 206 Margaret S 212U So and 21 others in tile 30 list Fourth dam by Hunts Commodore sire of dams of Commodore Belmont UireofTar Doucaster 228 1 4 Gen rte Belle 223 nium 228 c aud Mambrunellnsireof Sadie Howe 226 Tom Britton 223 Ac Fifth dam by Copperbottom graudsire oi dam of Rosuliud 22l and Donald 227 1 1 Bay Stallion fouled May HAPPY WEST 1880 bred West Cloud is a rich mahocranv bnv 15 hands 2 inches with black mane and tail and black legs extending above knees and hocks He is a powerfully built horse for his height and has the most finished set of feet and legs it is possible to get on a horse or tiny breed As a two year old he gave evidence of being possessed of remarkable speed as with little handling he trotted a half mile in 118 1 5 and miles in his work in 249 At three years old he was not trained owing to a very severe attack of pink eye He also did no work on tlr track as a four year old Asa five year old he was jogged und trained lightly more for the pur pose of ascertaining if lie was entirely recovered than with a viow of testing his speed In a few months he trotted a full Exhibition trial Oct 9 1880 223 mile in 233 and half in 115 The season Bay horse 15 hands 3 inches high foaled 1890 he served a few mares of my own May 3 1878 The handsomest sou of his and was not put to work until September great sire and the handsomest of auy trot- Â¬ and his improvement was most remarkable ting bred in the United States He repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and I SIRED BY GEORGE WILKES 222 am fully convinced he will with a seasons Sire of Harry WJlkes 213 Guv Wilkes training trot in 220 I will let him serve Mike Wilkes pacer 215 215 Wilaon twenty mares season of 1892 outside of ten Wilcox pacer 216 216 So ho 217 of my own at 50 INSURANCE Money Rosa Wilkes 218 Wilton 219 Joe due when mare proves to be in foal Â¬ I I FAYETTE WILKES 2036 Â¬ 11 fin 111 KOTR Wont in rich iiiiilimninv li nl hnv in hnnitu Mtl- - nnA knno elegant btyle with us good m tion a any sou Happy Medium ever sired as at two vears old he could trot in 240 and would have trotted in 230 at three veara old had it not been for an accident on the cars lv which one of his hind legs was injured causing him to have to be thrown outof training In this horse I have the utmoit confidence as a great sire being bv Happv Medium one ot the most noted of the souk of Hambletoniaii and out of a daughter of the great Allie West the second dam is tlie dam of Miss Mabel and Rapidan who is Iter first colt produced Lockhart with a record of 214 It is my intention to stand Hoppr West the season ot 1892 at 50 INSURANCE thus affording an opportunity to farmers ami breeders to secure the services of one of the greatest speed producini representatives in the country at a nominal price as he will lr limited to 30 mares Parties wishing to breed to him should apply early No other son of the great Happy Medium out of as good a dam stands at such a low figure but I am determined to let the public tet his merits as a sire believing in the near future he will be among the best in the country Mares bred by the season not proving in foal have the usuul privileges of return I breed sound highlr fiuUhed trotters and have for sale high bred colts and fill ea out of producing dnms by a greater number of prominent sires than any farm in the land lor sale at pricea based on actual individual merit I wish to farm or breed on the shares twentv approved mares For further infer tnation ace the Catalogue which can be had A AShlaflCJ Park FaffTI LiXfogtOn Kj on application Mares kept at regular rates B J TREACY That Your Hair dress it daily with Do BusImss With a Home Institution THE CLAY CITY National banK CLAY CITY KY i Chnialierlnitis Eye and Skin Ointment Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old Chronic Sores Fover Sores Eczema Itch Prnirio Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of cases have been cured bv it after all other treatment had failed it is put up in 25 and 50 cent boxes For sale by Rose Swango octOyl A Ilerr ot Blackmailer Edgar Boyd W E Cassedjr Rowland Qulseuberry and Laura Pearce have been indicted on the charge of attempting to blackmail William Mitchell President of tho Now Farmers Bank at Mt Ster- Â¬ A certain euro for Chronic Sore Eyes Ayers Hair Vigor scalp oures humors and stimulates a nsw growth of hair Co Dr J C Ayer Lowell Mass It cleanses the Capital FLOYD DAY 50000 FRANK B RUSSELL i President Cashier No Bank in Eastern Kentucky has better WWiwWBBETOWPHKK7 vaults nor better facilities for keeping your account Managed entirely bv home people who know you und who are always ready to This combined young stallion will make accommodate you the season of 1802 at our stables in Hiizel SW Money to loan on reasonable rates Green Ky and will serve mares at TKN Call on us DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COLT money due when the mare foals with a lieu ou colt until the money is paid or if tjie is bred CO mare the parted with ordue to another money is then horse GOLD DUST M ORBEST MONEWALL Â¬ LOUIS STIX GOLD DUST is 7 veareold the 28th davof BIGSTAFF REAR ling May 1802 1U hands high a beautiful chest Â¬ nut with star and white hind feet beautiful A Guaranteed Kemedy mane and tail His power style and action ATTORNEYS AT LAW tegfltuine the only permanent care are unsurpassed He was sired by Senator MT STERLING KY Rlackburn he b Dillard Dudley he by ill forms of headache and neuralgia John Iillard tlie grundsireof Phil Tliouul Practice In the courts of Montgomery and rcaBvenrAiue pain in xrorn xu 10 xv uun- soii recqrd 210 Kric McQloud und Nick counties and in uip Eorsalo on positive guarantee at adjoining Federal Courts the Court of Ap with records better than 225 His dam was peals and Third Race and Union Sts Herald office oV sent postpaid by sired by the Phillips horse the sire of Rlue CINCINNATI O mail on receipt of price 50 cents a box A H STAMPER Jeans no by Gen Taylor dec We carry the goods that will suit vour Alsp at the snme stables will he found the tradu aud our prices are THK IOWKSt elegantly bred young trotting Stallion A Wide Platform Special attention to mail orders Tho Prohibitionists finished their State CAMPTON KY convention on Louisville on Thursday of Who will serve a limited number of ap last week by adopting a platform which Offers his professional services to the citi proved mates at TKN DOLLARS TO IN and electing dis- Â¬ zens of Wolfe and adjoining counties Will covers all SUltK A LIVING COLT on same terms us trict delegates to the National conven- Â¬ make collections and remittances promptly Livery Feed and Sale Stable above nKMCRIITIOK ANM lKDIORKlC tion to be held in Cincinnati Juno 20 POST HOY JR was sired by Post Hoy and SO Delegates were instructed for HAZEL GREEN KY record 22V he by Mtigic sire of Clemiuiu St John G 215 Alice Stoncr 224 Mystery 221 irDouhle nnd Single c dam MollieKniery sired bvStratliiuore you troubled with corns or bun Â¬ Are RigH nnd Saddle Horses sire of Santa Clans 217 Tucker 210 ions If so let us give you a little ad Â¬ for hire Parties convey Cricket 210 Adonis 21I4 Semicolon 210 vice Pare- them down as closely ns poa ed to any pointon reason Sister V 218V Hummer 210 Charles LIW1 v w hiblo without drawing blood thou soak able terms Derby 220 Puustino 220 Ronnie Wilinore them in warm wator to soften them and number of 222J Rlazeherry aucwill also attend to all apply Chamberlains Pain Balm twico Boat IX tioneering aud solicit business calls forkind others in the 230 li t POST ROY JR is ISecemiHeRdod hm of this a beautiful chestnut with no mark 7 cars daily rubbing thorn vigorously for a few Lb Mars riymouth Co Ia May 1868 Respectfully c old May 15ih 1S02 15 hands inches hidi A corn 1 minutes at each application I suffered from Umporary leetileaiuets fros PIKKATT JOHN and gives promise of being heard from in plaster should be worn for a few days to orerwork for two yenrs for which I used Pastor Auy one who is f A T WOOD the future among trotters and can Toootumend OOD DAY protect them from tho shoo As a gene Â¬ Kottlas Kenro Tonic for similar troubles taiue familiar with Shiners Post Roy will readily ns tho host uoUleJue II F DAY ral liniment for sprains bruins lame recognize Post Roy Jr F BOnNHOKST ATTORNEYS AT LAW back or rheumatism Pain Balm ia nil Aud last but not least will be found at Chancy Tenu October 1800 the same stables the well known and highly that can be desired 50 cent bottles for Owing to a runaway about a yenr ago my son Office over Kxchaime Rank Sterling Kv Maysvillu St Mt sale by Rose Joaee vas thrown from a wagop and severely hurt Praclico in Montgomery Powell Menifee appreciated JACK r about tho head For many days be was entirely Wolfe Rreathitt Rowan Magotliu and Mor been particu Â¬ bosldo lihuioU aud raving and ueodod oontinunl gan conn tied and Superior Court and Court ftcud Tim negto Who will serve mares nt TKN DOLLARS larly active this season but ho lma been watching At this time I learned of Faster Koe of Appeals boltlo TO INSLRK A LIVING COLT on Mime mora active than tho nvonging mob ufyn Nerve Tonlo and at once ordered a be fell no After 1 had gives biin tho eeeond done terms as above described This Jack has n MAUPIN TJto latest case occured in Adair county Into a quiet eleop aud ceased raving The next superior as a good breeder lynched thla morn day ke waa much butter and when ho bad used xnn nnd the fiend was only Care will be taken to prevent accidents Jug Tho colored weoplo all oyer tlw up the cob touts of the bottle be was entirely re but we will not be responsible should nuy ocFHKD DKKHK WiUI stored aud ia so aUll DAY A CO cur country may fast and pray on account munh aa they tho Southern Ivnchtnjp DItY GOODS A Valuable Itook a Narvetis WHOLESALE inuneii eat frM to aaviddr CLAl3NDQX please but whenever a negro brute rape NOTIONS HOOTS SHOES c ad poor Mtieaui caa ale obuta Cor Limestone nml Short sts woman ho will get a rope uus lueuiemw u white oi e it arse m TrIi MBtJyhu tvftB BreBATsd br tfee Keveread CATLKTTSnURO KY feOIy Lkxinciton Kv Louhwillo Poat pAtier Koealg Bf Fert WftrHe IB J atace W aad WHOLESALE DKAIKHS IK DKSCKllTIOS AND PKDIORKE O Dry Goods notions H c r ATTORNEY AT LAW POST BOY JR Â¬ out-o-doo- ra J PIERATT Â¬ - 1 FREE piKtause n the son monev is puld This stallion will be at the stables of J Cecil one mile from Kzel the ilrstaml third weeks of eadi month and at W Henrys iyt miles went ot West Liberty oil Cauey the second and fourth weeks of each month DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE Rav with black points seven years old this spring 10 hands high Sired by Mam brino Forrest he bv Ned Korrost Jr he Sims Ned Forrest lie by Alexanders KdHliJ Forrest 1st dam bv Mambrino Chief 2nd dam bv Virginia Whip 3d dam by Sir Ar chie I West Stonewalls 1st dam by Rrow Stonewall 2d dam b Tom Crowder Hd daw by Rails Copperhottom 4th dam by OU Fancy by Old Rrown Pilot Good care will be taken of mares left us but we will not lie responsible for acci dents should iiuv occur HENRY CECIL West Liberty Kv- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Record 240 This combined stallion will make the season of 1802 at 10 TO INSURE A LIN ING COLT monev due when the nmrf fonls is parted with or bred to anotlitr horse with nlien on the colt until the tea THvfiri dSa Â¬ Â¬ S- Mm ivTo IW iSSfe rl a Â¬ 22lanLa This combined voung Stallion will mk the present season of 1802 V j miles trnai Hazel Green at the stable of David R lWi at the low pricu of vemx Colt 1 w 1 6 to rp hu Â¬ GEN JOHN MORGAN HH Money due when colt is foaled alive with a lien on colt until season money is iaid Tom Ckcii will be 4 years old the dav of Mav He is lOhands hicli has flue color and can show a three minute gan He is alio n fine saddle horse He was sired bv the well known I row horse he by the Phillips horse Ill dam was by Rlackhawk pud she out of a mare by liay Rassinger he by the ifiy horse a standard bred horse tliat ptod Illinois The Prater horse was out of a cel Insure a Living Â¬ Â¬ w D H CARPENTER Â¬ JT ire TUG Wo havo found uo remedy for mala Â¬ ria w rollftblv and ufe na Avers Ague pure Taken according to directions It never fails UuowwprauaMrhUuIreoUm by ue KOIHIQ MED CO Chicago 111 ge4brDttlt4tlprBetU IrtfliVlVl 81itUeferl ferHf H IIOSWELL rnoiMuirron forget tho fact that you enn There has been added an Annex with 20 get thobost writing paper at this office large well ventjlatbd rooms Street Cars ebrated Virginia mate Tom Ckcii is a good individual i prev ing himself a line breeder anil his colls nrr large good color aud show fine combine qualities All care will be taken to prevent iw1 dents but should any occur I will not I1 responsible DR ROSL April 8 1802 - Job printing cheap at iU office pass the door every live minutes within two squares of depot Located are sold nt thh oilk e at 10 centKn iloxen 9 nml the best pencil In town at 5c apiece i