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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - f SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald Of a Noisy World With Nows From All Nations Lumbering w W l lIHWT M - - iwiiiiiw 111 i m hi iiianwiiMwmww mwf HmHKKliJ at His Bnok SIOO A YEAR Always In Advance I EIGHTH YEAH T HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 17 1892 NUMBER 13 OA4NII English Kitchen No 12 W Short applaud that feeling in tho Senators heart the valuo tho thing is mado of that THE SILVER BILL which causes him to rectify the wrongs that wvwwwv-rv-wvTtvwwvvvwvvewevveevvvaha Speech of IlonIonrpli 1 Kendall In the he has done to the people of the Pnlted makes it money but tho stamp of tho States hut if ho were speaking with iimnll government nnd when it issues its fiat House of ItcprciwtitittlvM Satur Â¬ hush to us on this side of the Chamber and and says uthis is worth a dollar day May Jin 18l and prede- Â¬ to the friends of silver today add had re places its stamp upon it Mr Ciiaikmax My honored becomes as it Heeled for a moment how elegantly and cessor pledged the convention that nom Â¬ beautifully manly it would be in him to good as gold whether it bo gold silver inated him that ho would lift their ban Â¬ come out and put some distinctive ineiuure or paper into operation that would restore tho people ner in firo against tho money changers of the United Slates to the constitutional Sir it is held by somo that paper the money lenders and tho Shylocks of rights of which they wero bereft by him in money must havo spcclo or bullion to 1871 I could admire him even more than I Wall street tho tariffs of the East and do and yet 1 admire lilui very much back it to mako it good nnd this bill is the railroads of tho West questions Undoubtedly there is something wrong bnscd upon that Idea I mako no objec- Â¬ which were pressing then for settlement in our financial system when after thirty tion to it upon thnt ground but sir but which are pressing now as they nov years of Republican legerdemain legisla this is not absolutely necessary Tho cr pressed before upon tho heart and tion less than thirty thousand persons Republic of Venico had nothing but pa Â¬ brain of a Federal Congress for solution own more than one half of tho wealth of per money issued upon the faith of tho in a spirit of absolute fairness to all in this superb Republic inhabited by Gf government alone for six hundred years terests all sections and all men In a 000000 population commonly called and it was perfectly good And sir did much humbler way but with an equally and supposed to be free not Franco only n few years ago when fearless and unflinching zeal not caring The times are out of joint but tho she by reason of war became indebted what tho cosequenccH may be upon my Republican party is responsible for tho to Prussia a billion of dollars after all own fortunes sir I am hero to redeem fact These laws wero made by the Re Â¬ her specie was exhausted in tho payment M4emoyir that pledge It matters not what polit- publican financiers and the Democratic of tho same issue fivo hundred millions ical party has the President and Congress party has come up through great trials of paper money on tho credit of the so long as a high protective tariff and n and tribulations to repeal them Unless government alone And sho grew pros- Â¬ contraction of tho currency obtains both they are repealed Mr Chairman at tho perous and happy and paid her debt be saddled upon the American people by present rate it will only be n few years fore it was due I am neither a rcpudi the Republican party just so long will moro when they will not only own the ator nor an inflationist but with all our the poor people of this country continue money but they will own our lands and wealth and credit it seems to mo that wo to complain and Hufler liberties as well Rut we have inherited can issue as much money on paper as wo It seems to me that the two problems the spirit of freedom and unlike conti- Â¬ really need that is increase- tho actual with which we are confronted are first nental Europe vie aro not ready to be circulating per capitn to its old standard how to get moro money into circulation enslaved and that it would bo as good as gold nnd second how to prevent what we do The outraged and the indignant hnvc but with silver equality restored this get from following what we have gotten called a halt Tho public servant who in my judgment would be unnecessary Everv Department Overflowing to its utmost enpneity This is not into Wall street and Pennsylvania It permits their protests to go unheeded Somo of our Democratic friends tell us catch penny Hnle of any kind but good honest values and qualities can not bo successfully denied that the docs so at his own peril All indications that this bill is all right but it is bad During the coming week we will display full prices at fair Hum nf Mnnrt and Bovs Clothimr representing tlie lead- volume of money issuflicient to carry on point liko index fingers to the fact that policy to pass it now I am no friend to nufacturcrs in the United tates and mi niid ihsc the business transactions of the people tho political revolution of 1800 is perma policy because I regard it tho natural Europe We will torieit our reputation 01 ininy We must either increase the circulating nent if the Democratic branch tho peo Â¬ enemy of principle Mr Clay our great years standing in Ixinjilon We have nevmedium to meet these demands or busi- ples branch of Congress only does its commoner once said that ho would rath er failed to keep our promises heretofore ness will be cut down to the compass of duty Tho fact I think ought to be er be right than President Rut aside 5 our present circulation Tho industrial understood that tho onward move of tho from this tho emergency is upon us we will sell vou the host Mens Suit at That interests of the country can not thrive by masses will camp in tho saddle until tho Our constituents nre in distress and I That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 10 reason of this lack of money mid must circulation is augmented to 50 per cap- Â¬ feel that this bill will givo great relief That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 15 inevitably perish unless something is ita Sir they have been trampled under If Congress ignores tho pcoplo tho pco That we will sell vou the best Mens Suit at 20 done foot in some of our Western States and plo might ignore Congress I chnllengo That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 25 high time Mr Chairman we nre somewhat oppressed ourselves any gentleman on this floor to point to a It is indeed that we should pause and reflect Let but we arc coming to their relief time when the Democratic party failed DEPARTMEN- TTAILORING MERCHANT OUR the history of the past and us glance at Sir one of the strongest counts in the to striko a blow for financial freedom adorn our present lesson with the wisdom indictment upon which we arraigned I Jut it is claimed that the President will Our Cutters and Workmen are first Is the finest in the United States ever done it teaches For example lookatEug- - tried convicted and sentenced the force veto this bill if we pass it That is no class artists We arc doinc the largest business we have Come and make your selections early land For centuries the British Govern bill and the billion dollar Congress and excuse for us Iet us do our duty let ment has made war upon silyerand de I observe with saticfaction that the lead- us still be truo to the people to tho his- Â¬ based it and what has becn the result er of that Congress Mr Reed honors tory traditions and legends of tho Dem Â¬ Sir the question hardly requires an ans- mo with Iuh attention before that great ocratic faith and he can do as he pleases wer It is a well known fact that nearly jury composed of their own constituents Again it is said that if this bill passeu nil the lands of that nation have passed in that memorable uprising in which the our country will become tho dumping into the hands of the few Oyer two Democratic banners danced in tho Kan ground of all tho silver in tho world TAILORS LEADING CLOTH rERS and thirds of her 72000000 acres belong to sas breezes unhorsing tho politically Sir we had free bimetallic coinage from This is to a emasculated sarcastic Ingalls and waved 1702 to 1873 a period of eighty ono yoars less than 11000 persons KENTUCKY result of making money triumphantly over the three great Com Â¬ and no calamity overtook us Such ar Â¬ great extent the scarce and high and consequently pro- monwealths that havo given to tho con guments aro chaff sophistry and tho Tho world has no ducts and labor low ami cheap In this stitutional Democrncry of the Union sheerest nonsense managed to got the iands and the sago Palmer tho wizard lipped Vilas more silver than we can use in our busi Â¬ way they labor of the former owners and now these and tho diplomatic Dickinson was tho ness Our experience for thoso eighty lords and masters of their owncreation charge that they had stifled tho silver one years prior to 1873 in my humblo AY-EVE-SEE compel them to pay annually more than bill passed by the Democratic and silver judgment hangs a low of promiso in tho iWiHftSrH y3r 550000000 in rents nnd today it goes State Senators Whatever may havo political sky which assures us thnt this home MR J I Cask Hickory 3rovo Farm Wis my Anr llunch 3 without saying that England Ireland happened since there was not at that country will never be destroyed by a lUicinc of Jiiy Eyivflee remedy I removed o largo -every known nrcjrulccf by aristocWe can coin all that RiandlnR from a 3 year old nuy - Wales and Scotland r time sir any dark division in tho Dem- Â¬ silver delugo vAa appllcatlonHOf and with three racy of wealth wrung from tlmtoil I do not believe wo nro comes place our eagles upon it and scud ocratic ranks sweat of oppressed down trodden di at tho parting of the ways but should it forth with our fiat on its mission of f contented labor such a fnct develop I shall follow but mercy to the laboring classes Ry giving e 2 It l the best recommend It to all Horsemen Sir I speak in no spirit of demagogy not blindly along tho path blazed by them adequate return for their products of I heartily when I warn you that in the same way the illustrious Beck Tho many brilliant and labor we can cnablo them to dis Â¬ We have hundred c tuchlcitimonlal the same thing is being attempted here statesmen out of a job ought to ad Â¬ charge their mortgages irid debts Then tor bottle Aak your droUt for trial box iaaWTI lWI Nk Pri 8150 Y1I It is sistonishing what gigantic strides monish gentlemen on this floor to look-- sir tho eagle engraved upon an honest tamnt or s Iver aoVl Pjili4fjW CO Whitehall N Y they have made in that direction in tho well to their financial bearings even constitutional dollar containing 412 1V B KDDY t SZjESEsSftiiniiiiiiiiiiiii last eighteen years From 1792 to 1873 though the justico and humanity of the grains may bo truthfully styled tho em Â¬ blem of our liberty we had free bi hietallic coinage and very cause do not commend itself to them In 1873 however the few millionaires If you continue to legislate to iucrcaso We are told Mr Chairman that the llcuublican party under tho leadership Bland bill is an infamous measure in tho purchasing power of money by mak- Â¬ of Senator Sherman in imitation of Eng- tho interest of silver owners and that a ing it scarco and consequently docreaso AT THE land secretly arid clandestinely struck silver dollar is worth only 70 cents 1 tho price of labor nnd production tho silver in the dark and millionaires have must admit that I am astonished at thnt ultimate result will bo tho pauporinm sprung up in great numbers and on tho assertion coming from the source it does and degradation of our people and their other hand the poor havo mostly oecome Why sir silver was as good as gold until lands will go where their money has Â¬ paupers The attempt made in tho Sen 1873 when the Republican party demon gone Then wo liko England will bo ate on last Wednesday byMri Sherman etized it If it is now worth only 70 owned by a relentless landed aristocracy re Breakfast f mm 6 am in reply to Mr Morgan to shirk the cents to tho dollar they made it so I nnd as their tenants bear tho yoke of Regular Meals 25 Cents Meals to Order at All Hours calamity ever am unable to see the consistency of any slavery and disgrace The history of Oy sponsibility of that direst M u 0 p M 6 to 9 a m Dinner from 10 A M to 3 v M Supper from people by Democrat advocating this radical wrong the world demonstrates conclusively that Open from A M to - inflicted upon the American tew Uuib Fries Fish Chickens and Quails a specialty weakest utterance in tho and its perpetuation If Congress has when the farming classes lose their lands Congress was the CUS LUICART Proprietoi of an apology that ever fell from reduced the value of silver 30 cents and they lose their liberties Tho republic nature the lips of Ohios very able and ingenious consequently made n dollar worth only may then exist in name but in name H G JONES Wo should not only encourage senior Senator JOHN M ROSE 70 cents it seems to mo that we should only l think the people will re now restore to silver tho 30 cents of our farmers to hold their homes hut as Mr Monnn liuvlng Kuril him m tho head of the eolumii which it was robbed b nefarious legisÂ¬ far as we can we should cnablo them to of the Committee on Hnan been clniirniao wnt The hl at that time as the Senator gone over very lation I am unable to seo anything do so No nation Mr Chairman can main Â¬ torv of this matter Iihh been If there is I position DEALERS IN often and there in a man now sleeiiiiiR in wrong in this financial system based upon its his inv in Kentucky who made such slate havo read nnd studied this question to tain a meit in the presence of the Senator from no purpose If wo robbed the silver men debt as we have attempted to do under Ohio here tipoi that queiitiiiti which were system nu ior wie of 30 cents on the dollar let us be honest our miserable national hanking i iluceil in the Itccorn KENTUCKY by Buffering them to Iduo monoy upon HAZEL GKEEN ofgettinghim u little more let uh give it back emmtrv I took uuoii myself tlie Lathes Dross iu2 Ikes use when enemies of silver the bonds we nwo them Mr Chairman the Carry a complete line of Dry Goods Notions perhaps ulwelcome task at the moment of United Slates talk about the old exploded idea of the the bonds are paid tho banks must cease i of the m tb Hoots Shoes Hats J iteni Aiun in a later debate Senateafter he was in his and pnecs grave all tbat lie sum intrinsic value of money We all know to exist Besides we have grown weary and -- ell FOR CASH at ILtrness Sena that gold mid silver havo intrinsic values of paying these pets of the government A11 goods The evidence presented by the then 1 lewor than ever before seen in Hazel Green tor from Kentucky convinced my -inlinl as commodities in the markets hut not the interest on their bonds in gold and i think it convimeu ine im money retumled ntillrw we wuld at tho same time of paying them mora u Kuaranteed as represented or of the United mates Kferui repoiiiil w Ohio had a greater mHje moey ut of paper at all for than double interest on the money they from Ut PROMPTLY EXE Senator TConuludsd ea page 8 comparatively U l no mw It I not ATTliwOFFIOB Send your order The Greatest Effort OF QUALED HIY1B THE History ofLexington IN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Louis Gus Straus1 DlSPLAYoSPRIN eta Â¬ i - -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ L C STRAUS FINE Â¬ Â¬ LEXINGTON Â¬ Â¬ J mH tn QUINNS OINTMENT Â¬ v MW1OT Lexington Ky 1- Â¬ Street Â¬ XftOSU G23H3AX JON1S8 BS3R0EAHDX8H iircohiuuv - cineJsSs riothin I JOB --- I PRINTING OOTBD iro- Er83tiSliWi i T Hazel Green Herald BFKNCER COOlEK Iubllihcr HAZEL GREEN BROTHER HouVhJx ycarri KY DAVE wet he Ilrothcr Dave ho He tor mo Thatll Hut till then 1mgoln tor wait Wall 1 nnnwcrcd nothln then For yer sec llko mont o men 1 had nothln much lor May Hut nforu ho went awuy I Jet told my wife one night Hottln In hor candlo light Hot ycr that hoiiio rhI hell Unit shant ninrry yot uwhlloj Aint won notliln Jct my t yle When Im thirty yearn o ugo An Ive KOt cr glliled cngc Then perhaps Ill find er mato I no malto hltn chango IiIh mind Courno Bho didnt bellovo thor tulc Didnt bvllovo thnt ho would tall For tor rU n cajjo an all Kven tho thor namo wore small Koro ho hunted up or niato Hut I huiKhed an Hays Jctd wait You dont lenow hlrn well vt mo Holl git married Now you see Wall tho younpHter wont or Why Out tor Knnyufl an now nay Ho Jwt hUHtlcd all day long Ho worn tall blue eyed an Htronp An ho traveled up an dawn Thro thor Htato un grow e brown K or lorry In thor Hun Ycb Hlr Thats joHt what ho done Then ono day or letter came All directed In my name Toll Kato fcr mo An It hoz Thot a pal from Tennesson Wl dark oycH un hair o brown aught mo In or ICunmiH town Sho kin malto mo what Hho will ShoH protty name Lucille 11 lot tholr IccordH ono day In fall When thcr KropoH hunu oer the wall Iliwln purple In tho nun An thor Hummer days wero done Vitlti uv my wlfo an mo For tor come tor Tennessee Sou thor parson tie ther knot Llko hod done fer a hull lot Didnt go but wish I had Wonted ler miw mighty bad WeddlngH nllerH seem ter me Mlout thcr nicest thing ther be An I likes tor Ulss er bride Thot her been Jest nowly tied Sou her blush or crlmhon hue llonebt lnjunl Now dont you Wall tlioy didnt wait fer me Way down tlmr In Tennessee An ther parson made em ono Jest ez hod oughler done Whllo ther neighbors stood around Scattrln rlco upon tho ground An ther women an thcr men Throwed old slippers arter them Thoy llvo out In Kansas now An1 aro happy I allow Hrolher Davo aint thirty ylt An er cage hes got ter git Hut my wlfo ther other night Mxiwed fer once thot I wan right Love dont tlguro up expense Hearts kin euchre common sense H It Cary Jr In Chicago Mall THE OLD TAVERN1 Two Children Who Capturod a Dosporuto Criminal Twenty yours ago before ho itiuny railroads wore built there was a groat deal of travel over the did truil which runs through the inoiintuins of north Â¬ ern fiooria into Tennessee This was sutllcicut excuse for the existence of tho old Illue tnvorn crowded into a niche high tip on the moimtniu side just at tho beginning of H titters gup It was u huge rambling old alValr in u wild dosoiate spot well sheltered from the piercing north winds and driving snows of winter by Immense rocks which towered above it on that hidti It commanded a lino vlow of tho valley bolow and tho trail leading to inhabited regions was visible for miles kitchen Sarah tho daughter of tho house was a beautiful girl of seventeen Sho had no remembrance of any other homo than the bleak mountain inn and if sho was tired of tho lonely life made no complaint She hud had a governess for several years so was better educated than most girls of her acquaint Â¬ ance and was very happy with Iter books and piano Will tho son was a lad of fifteen not fond of books but perfectly happy with his gun and dog spent half of his time in hunting sometimes alone but more often In company with loe the stable man Those wero lawless times twenty years ago hut no trouble had ever eomo to Mr Harbin through the lawless characters that infested thu mountains until a few weeks before the time of Which I write Thon a valuable horse had been stolen from the stable of which no truce had yet been gained Â¬ from Its windows Who bud Hrst built und inhabited the old rookery no ono living could remember but it was now the property of John Harbin who with a son daughter and two negro servants made of It u home In thu summer It was not a bud plueo to live for ah occasional tourist eatno that way and remained to explore the surrounding valleys tlmliug many u bit of ehirmlug scenery as u reward In tho winter however It was dreary and lonoly to u degree which would have been maddening to ono used to the busy life of a town Sound lutes for weeks no human being passed that way especially If the snow lay deep on tho ground Occasionally tile rude Mountaineers niadu it a meeting place and with liquor cards and pipes made merry tho night through At these times no ono but Mr Harbin showed himself und it is doubtful If tho men knew there was a woman In the house save black Sue who ruled the Then one day in February word was Bent to him to come at once to the county scut Uolonegah some fifteen miles away to see if ho eoukl Identify Ids horse among a number which had been captured along with several des- Â¬ peradoes To do thin he must lento the children alone tho two negroes Wing away at meeting on the other side of the mountain They would be homo before dark and the boy and girl were quite destitute of fear so they urged their father so strongly ho saddled up and was noon on his way Now Will was a merry hearted fel- Â¬ low alwuyn whistling and singing In fact his father often said he could make more noise In a day than any other boy he knew could In a mouth but thut morning he wont about so quietly Sarah was quick to notice It What Is tho matter Will she quer- Â¬ ied pausing in her work as he eame In with a big armful of wood and after putting It In the box sat down with a Why are you not whis- Â¬ moody face tling Nothing only I wish father had not I gone dont know what alls me but I am sure something dreadful Is going to happen cried Why what can happen Then Sarah with a merry laugh glancing from the window sho added We 111113 get snowed in and have to stay alone to night but that will not hurt us Poor papa He is not half way to town yet In thinking of his fathers discomfort Will forgot Ills gloomy fears and by the time he had made things snug at the burn he was whistling away as It proved to be the happy as ever worst storm of the season and all that day all night and into the next after Â¬ noon the wind blowed and roared and the snow came down In blinding sheets The colored people did not return and time dragged by on leaden feet How long they would have to remain alone was a question which had begun to trouble them not a little when near night on the second day a man drove up to the door and shouted He drove one horse hitched to a light wagon with a queer old fashioned top which was drawn closely The horse was well nigh exhausted and Will wan not surprised when he demanded lodg- Â¬ ings for the night Sarah hesitated not liking to take in a stranger in her fathers absence but It wus still snow Â¬ ing heavily and she could not well re- Â¬ fuse So bidding Will show him where to put his horse she sot about prepar Â¬ When the two returned ing supper from the barn a little later Will followed her into the pantry Sarah ho whispered Im afraid a bad one You of that man lies ought to have seen his face when I was fool enough to tell him father was away and would not be homo for a couple of days It looked fairly fiend And ish by the light of the lantern when 1 took hold of a wagon wheel after he had driven into the barn to shake the snow off I thought ho would have murdered me he How at me so savagely Sarahs face grew a little pule but sho hushed the lad for fear the man might hoar and went quietly on with her work Ho was an evil looking follow and showed his low brooding at the supper table In various ways lie was very talkative and rudely inquisitive in regard to the affairs of the household Will answered saucily at times at which he scowled savagely at the boy In a way that made Sarahs heart beat quickly with fear When he had finished his supper he sat down beside the kitchen stove where after ordering Will to bring him some liquor ho proceeded to fill und light his pipe Fortunately Mr liar bin had taken the key of the spirit room with him so tho man grumblingly con tented himself with some bottled ale which happened to bo In tho cellar Sarah hurriedly finished her work and retired to the dining room with hor brother and there the fellow sat drinking and smoking until about nine oclock Then he lighted the lantern and went out to see if his horse was all right he said when ho saw Will look- Â¬ ing at him from tho illning rooni door Sarah took advantage of his absence to gather up tho silver and put It in a se cure hiding place lie had given bis name us lick Sully and told a spacious yarn to account for his presence in the mountains in such weather but tho girl Instinctively distrusted him per Â¬ haps being inllucuccd by hor brothers avowed fear When Sully returned from the barn he retired at once to his room which opened olV tho kitchen first Inquiring Ills where tio others were to sleep face wore a look of satisfaction when told tn the other part of tho house that puzzled Sarah not a little What she had told him was strictly true but owing to the peculiar uiauuur in which tho house was built the back of Sarahs room adjoined that which had been given Sully She was so afraid he would mistrust her proximity thut she retired without a light and lay shivering and sleepless for hours Kv erything remained quiet however and she was beginning ut last to doze when a noise In tho next room startled her broad awake and she caught a gleam of light through a crack in the thin parti- Â¬ tion Acnomont sho lay faint from fear then slipping from thu bed she put her eyu to tho aperture Sully had lighted both lamp and lantern and with tho latter In his hand was in the act of leaving the room fully droned even to overcoat and mlttoua Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Listening Intently she heard the outer door open and shut then rur swiftly to Wills room with the tidings Quickly dressing lie returned with her to the post of observation and together they waited for what might come They soon heard him returning walklie ing as if he carried a heavy load made no pretense of being careful as to noise but Hung his burden upon the bed with an exclamation of re- Â¬ lief and stood a moment panting heavily It was a human form wrapped In p blanket and Sarah had wull nlgh ut tered a scream of horror as ho pulled the covering aside and she saw It was a man with his throat cut from ear to oar iSrlnnlng horribly Sullv proceed Â¬ ed to arrange the body in the bed The gal and boy 11 llnd me mighty ho hard ter wake in ther inornln chuckled Id kinder like ter see It but guess I hadnt better wait round When he had carefully arranged the bedding he listened a moment then apparently satisfied all wan right ho picked up tho lantern and again passed out of sight Thon a wild unreasoning terror took possession of the girl and grasping Wills hand sho sprang up whispering He is coining to murder us shrilly Let us hide in the store room Had they remained quiet he would perhaps have not molested them but noiseless as were their movements he heard them and followed ere they could close and bar the heavy store room door behind them Sarah had caught up her watch as she fled and was thrusting it down in the meal chest when he saw her und guessed she was hiding something valuable Will had brought a lamp from the table in tho dining room as ho ran pastaud had been but a moment in lighting it So the mans tigerish face was plainly visible as stepping to Sarahs side he ordered her to give him what ever she had hidden Seeing she was too frightened to stir he turned to Will and with a savage curse called him to hold up the heavy lid of the chest while he reached for the things himself The boy obeyed not daring to refuse and bending over the rufliau began groping In the meal with bis hand Now this meal chest wasu huge affair six feet long and four foot square thu other way It had but little meal in it that night and as Sarah saw the fellow bending so far over an idea suddenly flashed into her mind Ity motions sho communi Â¬ cated it to her brother and by united elTorts they sent him headlong into tho bin and slamming down the cover fastened it with a hasp and wooden pin A keg of white sand and a jar of meat wore quickly placed on top of tho cover and then the two looked at one another with quiet satisfaction The murderer was caught and let him pound rave and curse as much as bo chose it would benefit him not one Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ party realignment is coming In tkt DIFFERENCE country and coming Boon St LouU 1lntritctorlntlo Jimlltlea of tho Tito Lend Â¬ Republic ing Turtle DAVID AND JONATHAN It is often said that the tariJT is the anly point of difference between the llnrrUnu nnd Quuy Aro Kxpectcd to 1 0T two great parties but It shows great Hitch Other ignorance of human nature to say so It was with great difficulty that tho Parties In this country and every other Pennsylvania placemen assembled at represent tendencies of human nature Harrlsburg In the name of tho repub- Â¬ The democratic party In America Is an lican party struggled with the tao xprcsslon of the tendency to seek inentous question whether they loved progress through the greatest possible Harrison more and Quay less or Quay liberty of individual action Its Im- Â¬ more and Harrison less Tho result pulses are all in the direction of the was u compromise They concluded fullest possible expression for the good that they loved both They declared in human nature Its fundamental be- Â¬ for Ilcnjnmln Harrison unbounded eon lief Is that as men are made freer they fldenco as a leader without fear and re- Â¬ will make themselves better It takes proach who had given the country a full cognizance of the evil In human wise and patriotic administration who nature and holds that the sole justifi- Â¬ had maintained the national dignity able purpose of government is to check nnd honor who had upheld the glory it Hut it relies on the good and be of tho American flag abroad and so lieves thut the evil can only get and forth Then they turned lovingly to keep the upper hand in any man or in Matt Quay and recalled the magnificent liny number of them when they are services of that astute politician to his made irresponsible by some process of party in 18SS and they solemnly re-Â¬ repression of oppression under which solved that the earnest public and being held as irresponsible they have party services of Matthew Stanley been made so Quay entitle him to the thanks and The intelligent democrat sees that gratitude of tho republicans of Pennhuman nature is capable of any base Â¬ sylvania ness but he sees too that it fulfills its And why should not Harrison and greatest capacity for baseness only Quay following tho example of tho where it is degraded Into irresponsi- - party In Pennsylvania fall affection- A VAST Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JSflV r 1H w X fJm i fill K VirTIlUI 1V yJPXf7fff M- m lrH 4 jr - A BACK BREAKING BURDEN FltOM whit PlTK there asked and a startled bility by external circumstances chief A look came ino his sisters face among which has always been oppres moment she stood in thought then ran sion by government across the room and took an augur from All that intelligent democrats the wall The chest was of oak and from government is tho maiutuuauceask of well seasoned by age but they suc liberty through justice or if they do ceeded in boring several holes in it near not expect justice through the minithe top Then paying no attention to mizing of injustice They believe that the cries and entreaties of the man they all government help to Individuals de went out locking the door behind them tho individual ami destroys They also locked the door leading to grades by producing dependence and liberty the kitchen shivering with dread as trul Irresponsibility that always characthey thought of that thing of horror in terizes dopondents To be free men the bed out there Then sitting hand must bb responsible and responsibility in hand by the fire in the front room us dependence To they debated what to do Mr Harbin decreases it is nn axiom increases who democrats that those had said he would be gone four days if depend on government must bo op not more The negroes having gone on pressed by It and must oppress others foot might not return in a week There It is believed that men when unforced do but by government seemed only one thing t have good enough In neither mentioned it for a time The thoiri to help each other atid that tho snow had stopped the wind had gone result of government help to individuals down and a full moon made It almost as if to prevent them from helping them- Â¬ light as day selves to prevent others from helping Tho wolves will be tint and the road them willingly and to prevent them may be impassable said Sarah at from helping others The best pos length voicing the thoughts of her sible government at any given time is brother tlio least government at that tiuur pos- Â¬ Still I must go and ho rose with a sible That is American democracy resolute uir Sarah grew very white The parties which have opposed de but got his overcoat inufller and mit- Â¬ mocracy all had the same governing tens without a word and the bravo lad impulse that of distrust of thu capac- Â¬ was soon on his way to Delonegeb ity of the individual to become responsmounted on the best horse his father ible to govern himself to help himself owned Sarah bade him a cheery Sod This Impulse can and docs exert itself speed and ho never guessed tho agony benevolently always rcpressively of fear sho endured at being left alone or oppressivelybutWhen it trios to help Â¬ In the great house with two such dreadone forward It sets another back To ful companions It was only one oclock put one at the bead of the class It must and long long hours must pass ore his send tho rest to wards tho foot If you return with help believe that unless men have some sort Tho boy will never forgot that uignt of a government ball and chain on their ride Ills horse could only get along legs thoy will go to the devil at once if on a slow walk the snow was so deep you think that to enlarge freedom is to and In places had to flounder through Increase crime if you believe that men great drifts The howling of the hun will not help themselves or each other gry mountain wolves made his blood without being forced to do so by law run cold but none molested him und If you think that the only use they will about ten oclock he rode Into the vil- make of greater liberty will be to InMy the time he lage and told his story dict greater wrongs on ouch other then had breakfasted his father and a posse you are surely a republican no matter of men with the sheriff at their head what ticket you vote For a ropublic were ready for the return hut It was an is one who belleyes that men will four oclock ere they rode up to thu door never grow better will never help of tho Hlue tavern themselves or euoh other unless they Sarah opened the door her worn can be forced to do so by law by police haggard face proving what a terrible clubs and by bayonets waiting It had been to her Sully was There aro thousands of democrats in found where they had left him half the republican party thousands of re- Â¬ dead from cold and hunger but lived to publicans in the democratic party but be hung for the crime ho hud commit- Â¬ In the long run tho impulse of each ted The children were highly compli party can bu rolled on to tike each and mented for the course they puiMied all of us where wo belong Every now and the htory of their bravery widely and then there comes some issue which repeated but 1 wish to ask you which drives out of eacli party those who be Â¬ was the bravest tho ono viho went or long in tho other who have been demo Â¬ tho one who stayedKy Johnson In crats or republicans without knowing The Home it or rcusoning it out Such a period of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Will ho smother in Will after a moment ately into each others arms It was It Quay who made Harrisons election was Quay who got Waua maker at work raising the funds which Dudley knew how to distribute in the presidents own state of Indiana Mr Harrison owes much to Quay indeed it may bo said that he owes everything to Quay and he Is a man entirely after Quays own heart though there has been some estrangement between them They must take their cue from the pronounces mental Harrlsburg and become as of yore David and Jonathan Chicago Times POINTED PARAGRAPHS Now ex Speaaor Reed is out for the presidency In some directions the czar is a strong man but his forte is in the manipulation of minorities and he will have another chance of showing the world how it is dono Detroit Free Press The republicans in several quar ters are making wry faces over another doso of Harrison Hut what is the use Tliey are in resisting the Inevitable in for it and may as well clote then eyes and take him down lie isnt very big N Y Â¬ World Harrison must make term4 with Piatt and Quay The former controls the delegates from manv of the con gressional districts in New York and Quay has chosen a delegation trom Pennsylvania wlileU squints toward Hlaine The price which Piatt and Quay will ask will be high New Haven -- - Â¬ Vows Â¬ Â¬ - vertiser -- r Commissioner Rauiii uudei titnU tho policy of silence lie knows bettor than to attempt nu explanation of his financial dealings with the cl ief of pension sharks The law does not oblige an accused to give evidence against himself and Mr Lemon - out of thu country for his health pending the Investigation -- Chicago Times It Is noticeable that a good many conventions on both sides of late aro doing more Indorsing than Instructing The republicans commend Harrison and Rlalne but leave an opening for tho delegates to select their man Tho democrats In Indiana Massachusetts Pennsylvania Nebraska and other states drop a proviso about cxpedvMiey St Paul Globe I- Fx Speaker Reed has a vaulting ambition to preside over the Minneap olis convention This is not good news for Mr Harrison Reed is understood to be opposed to tho presidents renoin Ination and as a presiding ollicer V ir Reed go no rally has things to go tho way he wishes them to go- - N Y Ad- v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - AI 41 I IPC 2f long oh poverty pinches you and tho kings table but must havo denied leap on tho wat wheel to tuna you run tho gauntlet HOME HINT AND HELP between tax 8 Rathcrcr mid landlord and you havo himself much social cnJoymcnt and it with tremendous powor sight seeing in order to havo attained natures that would othorwlM In nomnnco That Equals jlothlnff r cMlron most wonderful proflclcnoy in study havo boon powerless and insuf- Â¬ ersWhen specially prepared tooth pow there ZZX aw not at hand tho teeth e b Rontlty tho v 01 men tosnv fellow ho ought to succeed Tho rush of tho chariots under his ficient by self restraints hare been well cleansed by tho aid of a ood aoap low V window and tho sound of mirth that dammed back and deepened until with common salt or Unoly powdcred elvar How sorry lam for him Hut after a rang out on the air of Habylon would Yniutcr Mnn nnd Inr From Hume concentrated powor they rush into the coal onlri Willie you beirln to nnm t llllll lllll hnro attracted most young K I Hut tin IttltiHril to ll riuiiirtit Uy men into world turning Its ponderous machinery y uuiKiiutui Cakes Ono cup mat was 11 capital Invt- - tho streets and to expensive places of of important interest Unrestrained milk Wlcknl Klnjj Hcrnim lly Kuv mont one fourth cup sugar one tea Â¬ DrWltt TiilinuKe T amusement Hut Daniel knew that it men may havo much good in thorn but spoon butter ono You purchased at just the right saltspoon salt one time was only through sonority of applica- Â¬ It Is so scattered that vou seo no posi- Â¬ fourth cup yenst ono egg Melt tho imotltuttiitnii Talmnge preached his sermon Lortuno t became V tion he could attain tho honorable posi- Â¬ tive effects Dr I M II docs ion uuuueil your own house tion for which he was intended In- Â¬ not strike butElectricity in tho aircloud sugar butter and salt in the hot milk Sunday from tnR tcxt Ihiniel 0 2 0111CU gathered in tho ou got o be one of tho lrst men on deed you may curry this truth Into with Its bare red arm It cleaves tho When cool add the yesst and Iwaton Daniel Wiih First tlio street Now us you pass a number ofur then beat In lour enough to mako universal application Where In romance onn you bid nny of those most of Passions harnessed and a stiff dough Lot It rise over night late sympathizers stand on thu thoso who have succeeded Thu any proÂ¬ mountain Daniel was in thing equal to what In yoked make excellent beasts of burden In the morning corner of the street They scowl at you fession or occupation have 001110 up However attractive may bo the sinful small irregular pull off the dough in reality A young man far away from from under the rim of their hats You from the very bottom of tho ladder shaped pieces nnd drop home Introduced into tho most inngnlfl havo more money now than they have The brightest day began with tho twi- Â¬ offers of tho world though rich and lux- Â¬ into hot fat Iioston Hudget cent and most dissolute palace of all ami you To Make Asplg Jelly Doll two ought to be scowled at from light The admirals who commanded urious as tho provision of tho Kings the earth The king wishing to make under the table wo must bo willing to refuso onions two small rim of their hats carrots a fuw sprigs n prodigy in personal the natives of the world started as cabin them If nothing bo left us but plain this young man of parsley and a llttlo salt In ono pint Heforeyou get fully past you hear a boys orders his attendants to The merchant princes whose pulse Oh how wo wnnt the faith and npponrance word or two Stuck up says one messengers are ships and whoso serv Â¬ courage of a Danlol and n Paul but how of water when dona strain and stir in see that ho has plenty of meat and Du nt get It honestly says another ants the nations custom houses once wo dread tho hot atmosphere of trial in two dessertspoonfuls of beef extract wine and Daniel refuses these delica- Â¬ put baelc the liquor in a sauconan and N 111 burst soon says a third Every swfjii me store unci uiiuucu me ures which their Â¬ cies and Insists on a vegetable diet re- Â¬ stone in your new house was laid on The orator who lifts up the gate of tho est fruits ofgraces ripened Tho rich add one ounce of gelatine soaked In fusing every thing but pulse and water religion grow in tho sultry nearly one pint of water boll up and waving hack all the rich viands with a their heart Your horses hoofs went soul as Samson carried off tho gates of tropics of trial If you want pearls you let simmer for twenty minutes strain over their nerves Your carriage tire Gaza once stammered and blushed must dive for No 1 thanlc you determined them If you want gold through a jelly bag and pour into n What have you done on tho stage of a country school house you must dig for it He surpasses all the princes in bril- - cuts their neck Tho richest part mold You ought to be As this sun rises higher and outrageous culprit The young painter under whoso pen of California and Australia aro under used to cool Tarragon vinegar may bo llaney for flavoring if liked Ladles higher in the Imminent it puts onit all cast to the lions You hnve dared to ell skies blossom and waters gleam ground Depend upon it if no pruning Home Journal and if there is any thing the acnieve success Depend upon it that understands the subject so well because no fruit no climbing no elevation no f the stars Hlaek Hean Soup Soak a pint of jtivrsluito it is thesun Daniel becomes if in any one respect you rise far abovo he has but little to shelter him from the battle no victory no cross no crown your fellows if you are more truthful one and is obliged to find his only Had there been no black beans over ulght in cold water so much a favorite with King Darius Nebuchadnezzar When ready to cook put into two and beverage in the other Out of the dark there would have been no Daniel hat our young hero is promoted to be more wise more eloquent more inllucn one half quarts of fresii water which tial the shadow of your success will deep mines of want and suffering has Even so it has been In all ages Tho prime minister or secretary of state been dug tho marble for the worlds flames that have lashed up from tho Bliould be boiling and simmer until the Frrlinghuyson or the Uismarelc of chill somebody The road of honor and virtue is with- greatest temples of wisdom and palaces stake have been so many illuminations completely dissolved adding more boil- Â¬ Hut no man ever attained lie ancients in reach of the enemys guns Jealousy of power Vanderbllt the Mich high position without exciting tho must of Christian triumph When God would ing water from tlrno to time if needed says Stay down or I will knock you first content himself with artist envy of others The meanest and wrath a charcoal make a great light of truth and holi- Â¬ There should be about two quarts of all down Hub through a colander In mid air a snow flake said to sketch Franklin beforo becoming the ness In tho world Ho often takes great when done is jealousy You lest passion of the soul 1 add salt a half utip of cream and ru dont like you Why renowned philosopher among all professions and occu- Â¬ n snow bird must bo a persecutions and with them strikes lire Mc it am sorry to say you see it dont you like me said the snow bird journeyman printer Columbus must Thu devils hale is Gods glory Had nout W hen hot turn through a soup pations replied tho suow lhtke weave carpets beforo he can weave It not been for the persecutions of strainer add two or more teaspoon fills among clergymen as Heeause as much you are going up and 1 am coming hemispheres David must take care of Emperor Valerian tho world would not of lemon julconnd servo Good Health among other classes of men It is a Success is often a synonym for his fathers sheep beforo he rules havo known of tho courage of Cyprians Janneniange One ounce of Isin- Â¬ it is imme- Â¬ down passion bitter as hell and Amos must bo a herdsman and if tho tyranny of Diocletian had glass half a pint of boiling water yolks diately ivcogiiiod and yet though it m uui j ue ursi iiiiug a man wants is Israel The second is grit If yon do beforo ho becomes a prophet Daniel never been known the triumphant of eight eggs juleu and peel of one blackens the man who indulges in it religion student be Â¬ grace would not havo beon seen which small lemon sugar to taste Steep tho men will kindle this ire which con Â¬ noiwaniio lace wild ncasls you must must be the humble never get to be prime minister If you fore ho rises to be the prime uindu Maximilian when sentenced to peel of the lemon in half a pint of boil- Â¬ sumes only themselves There were ing water nnd then pour It overan God bo praised If a young man death exclaim demagogues in Habylon who highly are now as a young mnn rising in any minister of Habylon Had not the bandits of Piedmont pur-Â¬ ounce of Isinglass add to It the yolks of appreciative of their own capacity one respect I bless God for your ad- Â¬ starts In life with largo nothuui of what doubted the policy of elevating such a vancement but I wish to say before 1 he must immediately have willing to sued the Waldenses through the val- Â¬ eight well beaten eggs the julee of tho young man as Daniel They said Why quit this thought look out for the lions consider no economy but expecting leys of tho Alps and the infuriate de lemon and sugar to taste Set It over a Young merchants young lawyers with a small ship to unfurl as much sail cree put to massacre tho Alblgonscs of brisk fire until the Isinglass is thor V could we know more than he does young physicians young ministers have as an ocean frigate he will find himself 1 ranee tho world would have had oughly dissolved stirring it nil tho manage the public affairs better than It is fewer illustrations of Christian heroism time then strain It through 11 lino hair lie can manage them The idea of put Â¬ much sympathy and kind adv co is enpsicd by tho first northeaster given them at list but as you become tho small sprig that you can enrry in Ho Joseph before Pharaoh Ho Paul sieve and pour i Into a mold to boepmu ting Dan in such a place as tliat Old your own masters and begin to succeed one baud which will thrive best when before Felix Ho Daniel beforo Darius cold Huston Herald Habylon was afraid of young Habylon Again let tho story of Daniel tench us Potato Malls Take half a dozen They began to plot his ruin lie was in your different occupations and pro- planted Hut if by levers and largo an illustrious target Tho taller the fessions how Is it then young mer- Â¬ lumber wagons you bring down from the beauty of that youthful character potatoes boll them pass them through cedar the more apt to be struck with chants young lawyers young physi- Â¬ tho mountain a century oak though which remains unblemished and up u sieve ami work Into them In a Ixiwl cians young ministers How is it then you may plant it you can not make it right when away from Hiome Had one gill of cream ami tho yolks of throe lightning Again behold in our subject an exhi live So he who beirlnS life on such a Daniel on arriving In Habylon plunged HK add pepper salt and nutmeg to These demagogues asked Darius to bition of true decision of character He grand scale and with such exorbitant into every excess his friends In Jerusa- taste and some parsley finely chopped make an unalterable jJccreo that any Ills When they are well mixed and smooth man who within thirty days shall ask a fore Daniel were condemnation and notions wU never succeed whilu some lem would never huvo heard of It young man who went to town with- Â¬ dissipation and renunciation of religion bike them up by tablespoon fu Is roll petition of 21113 UI except the king death if ho continued faithful to his rebut having a right would not have east one sorrow on tho each in a ball flatten It nnd lour It shall be put to death Darius not mis ligion Yet just as before three times out means through his self denial family hearth where ho had lived slightly Lay them all in 11 sauco pnn ti day he prayed with his face toward spirit trusting any foul play makes such a de- Â¬ cree The demagogues havo accom Jerusalem There is nothing more fatal planted a tree which has reached abovo or the old family Hlblo which ho used with plenty of butter melted and cook Hut though far away from them slowly Turn them over when plished their purpose for they know for religious or worldly advancement wall street and lung its shadow in one to read How often direction over the granite palaces on the homo ho knew that Gods eye wntehud ono side is done and serve hot us soon that Daniel would not stop sending up than a spirit of indecision as both sides aro colored Springfield petitions to his God and Daniel instead youth is almost gone before the indi- avenues and in tho other far out over him and that was enough Republican vidual has determined upon bis profes- Â¬ merchant vessels anchored in the bay of being frighted by tho decree went Sneers In I to Flour and Indian Waldos Two three times a day to his house top for sion There are those who for thirty Men say success in life is all a matter Careful preparation is tho ronditlqn of prayer He is caught in the act Ho is or forty years have accomplished noth of good luck but Industry and economy success in life Tho great authors have ibid one half cups of sifted Indian meal condemned to be devoured by the lions ing anywhere heeause they have not ami self denial put together always spent the long morning of their career one toaspoonful of baking powder one settled They have make good luck There are yonngnien in making ready The great merchants teaspoon fill of salt one heaping table Such a healthy young man will be felt themselves for the leonine monarchs the best thoughtof the law of medicine of mer who failed twice and aro getting notes havo mastred their trade from tho bot- Â¬ spoonful of butter two eggs beaten banquet rthey ever limb Hy the rough chandiscof mechanism They have some shaved the third time before they aro tom nnd havo climbed to the top The very light two cups of rich milk Mix executioners of the law he is hurried idea of going West Perhaps they will go as old as their father when he lirst be greatest parliamentary orator In En- Â¬ salt baking powder flour and meal away toward the den 1 hear the growl East Perhaps they wont They may go gan business for himself qhey started glish history confessed that ho hnd and melt the butter Make a hollow in Perhaps they will in- with the idea their wit would do as well spoken every night throughout the ses the flour and pour in butter eggs and of the monsters and their pawing of north nor south milk stirring as you pour that all inuv the dust and as their mouths are placed vest their money in railroads or in real as capital For 11 while It did but when sion In the house of commons but one Perhaps the wont They are creditors sent in their duns and banks and regretted that ho hadnt spoken be 11 smooth batter Heat the walllo to the ground the solid earth quakes estate irons Oil hem well with froshlurd with their bellow The door is removed like a vessel starting from New York their protests they found that mere then and 111 three quarters full Hake over harbor which should one day deckle on shrewdness was greatly below par You and Daniel shoved into theden which Tis just so In the Christian llfo Char- Â¬ clear lire Turn Hie walllo irons is all aglcnm with fiery eyeballs that going to Liverpool and the next on can not cross the ocean In a yawl acter Is like the oak a growth It can A young eaglet far up in tho mount- Â¬ not be extemporized went to 10II and snap in the caverns New Orleans and the next on Maris often that the wallles may not burn The Christian I mado by Infinite hnrd lights with tho Hostoti Hudget They approach the defenseless man seilles Dow many men have for a long ain eyrie says to its winged mother Their appetite is sharp with hunger while been out on the great sea of life will lly no longer from tree to tree as world tho flesh and the devil and with Nimv NUIfH One stroke of their paw 0110 crunch of and they do not know to what port they you tell me but like 3011 mother I will that strango combination of all three Trout foulards are the novelty in their teeth and he would have been are destined It is an everlasting tack- Â¬ swing from this Chhnborazo peak to self Grudge not the time devoted to summer silks These are changeable Like an ar- mastering the art of true living Jesus lifeless How strange a welcome Daniel ing of ship but no headway The man yonder Chiinbornzo peak surahs in wide vague htripes Irregularbegins to build a house In the row It shot into the hoavojis but when Himself devoted thirty years of tho ly speckled with black Thoso of gray receives fiom the monsters They fawn who Jtiout him They cover his feet with Corinthian style and when half way up over the awful chasms its head was thirty threo He passed wpon tho earth to changing to pink and finely dotted with l concludes to make it Doric ami then dizy and its wing weak and it began preparation for Hfs brief triennial min- Â¬ black really make ono think of tlierloiffuuuiesf th concludes to make it Ionic will have an to whirl downward and with wild istry Who art thou Mr Heedless speckled beauties of tho brook as they nvv are sirncic wun me locaoti jaw be cursed of every scream until it struck on the rocks Slipshod that thou shouldst hurry thy Â¬ dart through the water while Ihatnlghti Daniels sleep is calm am unseemly pile and others undisturbed with bis head pillowed on school of architecture These men that A traveler passing through tho gorge self Into tho arena and what task less realistic aro of blue shot with yel- saw the mangled rmnains of the eaglet calleth thee St Louis Hopubllc the w at m neelc of the tamed lions Hut try everything get to be nothing low green with blue or blue with How came you o have this fab said King Darius was not so happy t lie God wrote in your brain and engrav Â¬ golden brown There aroalso speckled Utility ami rroRriiM Ah me says the eaglet loved Daniel and he hated the strata ed on your bones what you ought to be the traveler Contrast this paltry philosophy with plaid silks of stiller gros grain hi small it was because I would not fly from pctu by which his favorite had be on Then be that nothing more or nothing squares dotted with black tlut are used To day tree to tree until 1 was old enough but our knowledge and science is your success condemned lie paces his lloor all less In that direction says Wendell Phillips in his exquisite for soft silk corselets that extend uplight lie can not sleep At the least Every other road is ruin Having ad headstrong I started from Chimhornzo lecture on Tho Lost Arts learning ward spreading on the bodice like the If young go ahead Set peak to Chiuiborazo peak Kiund he starts and his llcsh creeps with justed your compass no longer hides In the convent or slum- calyx of u lower with broad sash ends horror A bad conscience will make your teeth together small dlllleultles men would seize tho advantages of In- Â¬ bers In the palace No ShocOmesout falling low at tho back and illso for thu telligence it will bo by great economy the bravest man a coward He watches do not notice Great ditllculties by bids Into every day life joins hands with now projecting butterfly bow that Onward Let of time and the refusing of many forms the multitude nnd Kigerly for the dawn which seems so grace strike them down cushions tho peas Â¬ Itaudnit adds at the throat of many long in tarrying At tho lirst streak of cowards skull Act you like sons of of gratification ant Or astronomy looks at but docs pretty wool gowns Other new silks Show me a man who refusing many not light he starts out to Ibid the fate of God If you want to sail to the land of dwell In tho stars It serves navi- for skirts of drosses aro of still heavier enpe To of the frivolties of gossipping youths gation and helps Oaaiel The palace gate opens and gold you must double the us run boundaries make and have lino raised cords of u jars heavily behind him while yet the usefulness and strong character there Is can see more to nttraet his attention in Our chemistry is se- Â¬ color different from the ground cross not dho city is asleep no overland route Over the great deeps the pages of a treatise or a history cret of tho ulchenilst striving to ing between lengthwise brocaded lie conies to the den Most of the way it is than in the lash of bright eyes or tho clmngo tho base of inetnlB Into gold stripes while still other silks have He looks through the crevices but you must ily sees nothing Ho dare not speak Ex Â¬ either head wind or tempest Charac- airy steps of those who find more skill It Is Lleblg with his hands full of bless lengthwise cords of a dllferent color Is in their heels than their heads and I pecting the worst ings for every farmer and digging gold from tho ground like those of tlm his heart stops ter like the goldfinch of Tonquin when standing firm but will show you a man who will yet mas out of the earth with the miners pick- fashionable Kusslan velours Harpers batherlnj strength he puts his mouth magnificent nil its sidendor in light There ter languages and sway a very scepter ax the rifts in the rock and ones Oh Two words form tho key of thq Hazar Many an education Uacon Daniel is thy God whom thou servest is no such thing as failure to those who over his fellows philosophy Utility and Prog- Â¬ Kimlilonuldn Trlnwiilnjf continually able to deliver thee from trust in God Paul got to bo an apos Â¬ which is now considered complete Is ress This key has unlocked all tho besides tho black lace and velvet rib up of a smattering of newspapers treasures of modern U10 lions An answer comes rolling tle by fa Ming off his horse Stephen made civilization bon trimmings spangled gold gimps was stoned into Heaven When a young and the last page of a fashion maga- Â¬ Oh Those said Lord Hacon aro tho warranted not to tarnish aro used to JP out of the deep darkness he docs zine The parlor and the drawing room old times king live forever My God hath sent man resolves on a religious life We add and they ore tha decorate many of the summer foulard his angel and hath shut the lions not always find it smooth sailing Old can not educate us They may give us icsl nines 1110 pasi is a Tools para silks and flowered satins This irarnl- Â¬ laugh and say with sarcas- outward adornments of manner but dise Tho real Eden lies somewhere turn Is companions Jmitli that they have not hurt me confined to the waist and sleeves getting valuable knowledge Is llkoswol ahead young man is brought out mid the tic tone Ho has got to be pious only and does not appear upon thu oring at a forge bellows In ono hand demagogues who made the plot are They go on excursions nm 00 not asa Thousands and tons of thousands skirt It being a very thrown In Hut they hardly struck the him They prophesy that his religion and hammer In thu other- like digging have gone through thu evidence which ming These gimps conspicuous trimuro frequently laid in mines with crow bars prying under bottom of thu den when their llcsh will not hold out attests tho resurrection of Christ piece between folds of black or dark colored They the ledge and the constant bang of by piece as ent and their bones cracked and the They called him long faced blasted rocks Especially Is It trim that summed up carefully as ever a Judgo velvets with elegant effect New dress blood spurted through the rifts while wondered If ho i not getting wings on tho most important galloons show the Jlerco monsters shook tho rocks They say sharp things about him for no growth Is possible unless like Daniel cause I havo myself dono it many besquo loaves beautifully shaded ar palms and scrolls tiny to tako up tho at When he yth their terrible roar annouulng to themselves to laugh and wink and wo aro willing it may bo or roughcross times over not to persuado others but roses In ribbon work flower bouquet heavy with to satisfy however gfh the truth that while God deÂ¬ passes they grimace myself I havo been used for In solid colors also Persian effects rich fends his people the way of the wicked ohuoklo and say loud enough to bo nails Moses chose afilietlon with the many years to study tho history of In out Jot and mixtures of reseda If you people of God rather than the pleasures other times and to fchall perish There goes n saint heard examine and life as it is you know of sin and if wo would be anything tho evidence of thoso who havo weigh with rose pink and damask red sago ow you seo from this subject that have never seen written green with copper pink etc Largo resolution often like him wo must bo willing sometimes In the eyes of many tho greatest offense not what strength of man to be aitChris- - to choose the hard bread of self denial about thorn and I know of no fact In and small buttons stamped and en Â¬ 1U can commit is success Of what requires for a young tho of mankind whloh rather than the imperial clusters from by history and ilttor evidenceis proved ameled are made to match these gal- Â¬ crime had this young man been guilty hotter of any loons Thcuo havo raised Ixmlors In r To got strength at hu should come under tho bitter Again let this story of Danlol teach royal vineyards lief with flowers and other designs in enough in rivers for turning kind Dr Arnold of Hugby hatred of ho demagogues Why ho us that tho way to future success is and depth Never raise your voice when your the center and with additions pf gold mill wlieeli and manufactories dams self denial Not only fdgotto bo prime minister of Haby- - through present his willingness forself aro built across them and then h cart Is dry Lot your hcarfcsliout firsts hUver bvroiHV1 cel uloW la many show That they could not forgive He did Dlol Pot through tho mU aico thu quick floods lot it begis withln Chrlstmar Evans tfor- wJhl in tiis sketch of human nature restralnt by refusing tho luxuries of DANIEL -- ninii 1 Hough-and-Read- ii 1 W k Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iss Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- -- l J Hazel Gjrjeen Heiuld L JZlJ rJt BPEMOEfc COOPER women from rnvWicmj nymimtlilxen with ihe Home rulew In tint Ioivm In Husiln cures i i i iKinmi 11 tlio Ills of tho fiirmcw by pnmiMng tiiem free mrtil delivery renews the promioc commend one cent letter poctnge it civil norvice the evidence nf Itepnblirnn rfnni fviilo the lenton of olllcc holder i indorwft tho Kicij now in MiiiiienHli tcctlnjr iilr 1 LOOK OUT FOR 3i LI53 h lnc KB iCnuviUcT B M T Km k ouRpr tlio iu WRtJU BflK WMnmnm 1 IfjPPManufacturlng 135 E Custom bj JH Jeweler MAIN STREET riuiRUii ciiiml project quints nt Prohl- - A billon etc etc IHI 1 I HAZEL GREEN KY OKLAHOMA UAKtiAIN UUUN II I Phi day Juno 17 lHfi What ttit KiMituoUj Colony U Oolng ami HMMaHHinHnaMMMMMMawMnnMMMMMMHMmMWf Other Item ot Iiittrt Hi lloust I LEXirj EH9 HHS IA3l3U79fl KKKHKBKKRtUlBtiSlBKUKIEEBKBBlfBwJBtiJK Kldoiiado Okia June 8 1S02 All the Kentucky colony have been THE swarms of flies this season iiidi miite busy during the past week renuxl- cato sickness and people should be care- - eling David Hoggs face It had grown ful about their sanitary affairs and keep to long during tho droustht that he was their premises well disinfected forced to stun his jaws with prnirie ilngs Current News and Comment II Pai Tn to Real All Is WATCHES DIAMONDS CLOCKS JEWELRY Solid Sifter AND Amono the bills pawed in the Senate Thursday of last week was one allowing poor persons to sue in the United States Courts upon aflidaviti and empowering tho courts to employ counsel Missouri prognnsti- is authority for tho statement that cator norms ami siiowers will continue during the month of June after which we are to experience tho dryest summer over known in the history of the country A i 1nor IIickh the enrriox of the Election bill which Â¬ makes it a misdemeanor for any one to fell lend give or furnish any intoxicat ing drink whatever to any person what- Â¬ ever on general or primary election days was passed by the Hoiwe at Frankfort last Thursday Tiik speech of Hon Joe M Kendall delivered in the Congress of the United Stntcs on May 27th is a masterly elfort and deserves the attention of everv Dem ocrat in tho country especially his con- Htituents in Eastern Kentucky Our Joe as his friends in the mountains love to call him is making a record that many older members might well bo proud 01 and ids coustituonls aro well pleased with him Itend his speech on the first pago of this paper When the rain came he was compelled to set his oars back to give room to the broad smiles that may till be seen Hash Oor tfo countenanco Sam Napier Jreer js tip prnbbingest man in all the reward of hi comity and will reap laborina large wheat crop about ISM 1 M Cockerham is building a storm go lack on a w cnn wlV mM cumilrv VAi ilrt 1iPUm1 him W T El- kins has his house nearly finished and will move to it shortly 1 iiac Klkins James Handy stiti plows the mules laujrhs when it rains Alex Asberry has Uncle James plenty of beans and taten health is much improved and Samples as he gnea to and from his office on his pony he is often mistaken for a cow boy Dr James Tints practice has somewhat leened since the boys recovered from the blues 0 H Swango left last week for Vernon Texas W T Ingram doe love gyp water Fayette James raises the price on his land f0 every time it rains J M Tieratt desires that you so t f unend tne advertisement tor a cook in our aIer h wiU rcad CaU on or -- jg While in Cincinnati wo iot hold of n Stork of Goods at cents on the dollar spot cash which we are iroinir to srive to our friends and the public while it lasts We have made up our minds that we are iro inir to show the people that we appreciate their splendid patronage in the past and we are roinr to sell the splendid purchase we made at less than ill KY 1 iral ipiSH Optical Goods m Trimble Bros WHOLES 4LE CRQCEES MT STERLING uitronnct j theyoodscan he manufactured for All we ask of you is to irCoiiMciinuiitx of product and tltc of Mountain Mcrtliants olkitcl jelllv iive our several J U Sharp Urnee Trimble T O Duuton A look mWreM J- - M lat 1iemlt KI1mulo 0khu We had a good rain on the 81st ult Harvest is now on hand and wheat cutting is the order of tho day Men who havo canvassed tho county say there will be over 1000000 bushels of wheat raised in this county which will be an Thib talk of not being able to win with average of 12 to 15 bushels per acre a Democratic candidate u til cm wo can How ii that for luck considering the In my get New York is all bosh The Demo drought cyclone and hailstorm cratic party should show New York in travels over tho county this week I see tho coining Chicago convention that it that corn look well has a dark rich has made arrangement to do without color and most of it is near waist high her aid unless it comes to them without Oats aro low but have good heads dictation WiUi Carlisle or Cleveland Millet looks well and prospects are flat at tho hed and lttMsell of Muuachu turiug for a good crop Many of tho boya came to tho conclu setts or Palmer of Illinois those States can be carried by tho Democratic party sion that a man with an iron nerve could and tho Presidential ticket olected New not overcome tho obstacles in Orcer York to tho contrary notwithstanding county consequently they had them plated with steel in order that they might Henry Scott Jn who has been con- Â¬ bo equal to the emergency I believe if fined in tho Owinguville jail for three there was ever any part of this universe months past for tho murder of Samuel that was culled the Garden of Eden it Swartr at Olympia last March bus been was Greer county We encountered a grantod ball by Judge John E Cooper drought this year and all tho old citizens in tho sum of 10100 which it is thought predict that noxt will be a good crop he can furnish Feeling was very bitter year as they rarely havo two droughts against Owing at first but since that in succession I am anxious to see and timo It has been made apparent that ho hear more of this country and dont seo had cause for tho killing as Swartz had why any man who came from Eastern debauched his wifo and thus ruined his Kentucky with the expectation of engag- Â¬ homo Ilonco tho leniency of Judge ing in agriculture would be so fickle Cooper and every husband in tho laud minded as to return without even so will pray that Owing may como free much as giving the country u trial of at least ono mouth and saying they could The report is current in Now York not get anything to eat I can say for that David Bennett Hill has authorized the people of this county that I was lho withdrawal of his name and that ho never treated better by any class of peo will not contend for tho nomination ple either in or out of Kentucky Thev Now will Mr Hill show his manhood aro sociable kind clever and accomodat- and demand tho nomination of his fellow ing and seem to over have an eye to the citizen Cleveland or will ho be a mouso general welfare of the county Wo have ami fight him in tho convention It is a literary and debating society that within Hill power perhaps to defeat jmeeUs every Saturday night and is well the nomination of Cleveland but in do- - attended by the old as well as the young inj so he will sign his own political people of this community Sunday death warrant However as we havo school and preaching every Sunday before remarked neither of these men They say this is the place for a fellow to may bo in it after tho Chicago conven- - fall in love with tho girls but I havo tlpn meets for our own John G Carlisle fallen in the creek oftener than anything certainly has n warm place in tho hearts else of tlto people Of ono thing the country Wo heard quite a number of men yes can bo assured and that is that ho could terday urging David Hogg to become a come nearer carrying New York than candidate for commissioner or judge but any Now York man That ho would arc not prepared to hay what he will do carry tho solid South no ono will Wo only regret we were not hero in timo deny and there is overy probability that to give him a lift in aise he decides to ho would carry several of the Northwest- - make the nice but hope this will not be ern States tho last opportunity The Peoples party is growing very rapidly in this county I HK Courier Journal of Friday thus They have nominated a full count v diagnoses the platform adopted at tho ticket and think they aro able to clect Minneapolis convention The llepub- - tuom Lot tho good work go on lican platform claims that the good crops Kro mxi wook rons nrouml wo ll0H aro duo to tho Kepublican platform of uro nKR wm w ln 8iul0 for a ong 1SSS reaffirms the high tntill policy of lettor Acknowledging our inability to trade restriction and in the next bfath fdl his place this week and with three lauds reciprocity as a policy which will diecrs for Tint Hkhaii and its editor qventunlly give us free trado or in the wo are respectfully yours words used tho control of tho trado of U F llixtio v Ms sounding bras be world as to tdlvei demands more Force bill legisla- Ask for Aycrs Sarsaparllln nnd do not lion denounces Southern mcji Ior pro- - take any other Sold by all druggists Â¬ 1 the many big drives Have now a complete line of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes we will offer you and Gents Furnishing Goods Good Maid Cotton sold for SJc now fc a yard We solicit an inspection of Now Spring Stylo Shirting Prints fiut colors 4c a yard New Spring Style Dress Prints fast colors oo a yard our goods and guarantee pri Plaid Cheviot Suiting former price 15c now OJc a yard ces satisfactory and articles as Camels Hair Suitings formerly 20c now 10c a yard recommended Heavy Jeans two good colors 10c a yard BARGAIN I TABLES SHARP TRIMBLE MT STKKIING DENTON KY We are going to name a few of Â¬ Heavy Cottonade worth 20c now 10c a yard Cedar Pencils 6c a dozen Large Rubber Head Lead Pencils 10c a dozen Falcon Bank nnd School Pens 5c a dozen 75 Needles or threo papers for 5c Large size Shaving Glass worth 10c for 5c Extra large size Shoe Blacking 5c a box Good Shoe Brush for 10c Good Garter Webl yards 5c or 25c a bolt 2 Extra largo boxes Lily White for 5c Heavy Weight Note Paper 24 sheets or 1 quire 5c 50 Envelopes or 2 packages for 5c Five Thimbles all sizes for 5c Extra large Gilt Back Blank Book for 5c Wire Garters and Sleeve Holders 5c 24 Shoo Laces for 6c 7 8 and 0 inch Covered Drew Steels 5c a dozen Large 8 inch Rubber Redding Comb for 5c Largo Horn and Rubber Fine Comb two for 5c Largo Double Lock Money Puree 5c School nnd Package Strap 10c Ladies Hose absolutely fast black 5c a pair Ladies Fancy Hose extra large 5c a pair Seamless Mixed Socks 5c a pair Splendid Fancy Socks 5c a pair Childrens Black and Fancy Hose 5c a pair Fancy Domet Flannel Overshirs 25c each Mens Fancy Web End Suspenders 10c a pair 2S inch Turkey Red Bandana Handkerchief for 5c Childrens Fancy Handkerchiefs lc each Extra heavy and well made Striped Jeans Pants worth Extra heavy 10 rib Umbrellas for 75c each Genuine Gloria Silk Umbrellas for 1 each Large Fancy Border Hand Towels 10c a pair Fancy Colored Window Curtains good 5c a yard One dozen Napkins fringed for 25c Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY 30000 Capital J M 200000 Surplus G L RIGSTAFFTFreMdent KIKK PATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON o Cashier We respectfully solicit the busine of mer chants farmers traders and husiues men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general tanking biuiueis done Give us a chnnee to send you a bank book Day your checks and louu von money when in need W W Thompson Cash R S STRADER Successors to 74 E SON Co KY J A La II Main Strkbt LEXINGTON Wholesale Dealers in Straight Kentucky Brandits Whiskies c Wines FINE OLD WHISKY Tarf and Old Tuylor Agents for A SPECIALTY CIGARS AND TOBACCO Old Pugh Old Pepper Old 150 for 100 a pair G FEDER H lO KuCut Price House RACE STREET eg X 107 CINCINNATI BUY f LOVES OHIO rNDEKWKAK 1 And thousands of other items we could name at equally low prices In addition to above immense bargains we will sell to every cash purcaaser of 5 00 or over also to every person paying us 10 00 or over in cash on notes and accounts wares and other goods in Furnishing Goods Line II A O - 1EXDEItS and all kinds of SHAWLS HOSI LAN KIMS SIS mimII uioti aim Fkdkii A- Co m Church Street New York VQSpcpiul attention to mail orders 0BT IX QCAHTtTt BEST IS qiiUTT 6 Pounds of our Choicest Coffee for One Dollar We also give free to every cash purchaser of 100 or more a very handsome cilt frame looking nlass or a large sie picture or chrome We have the largest J WORMS WHITES GREAM j i Stock in the State outside of Louisville We want your pat Has FOR 20 YEARS led all Worm Remedies ronage and will make prices to secure it EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOLD EVRRYWIIER1S We will also take in exchange for merchandise or on PMpirtabjKlllURDSOXTlTUllDIKll HTlOTlJ notes and accounts all kinds or merchantable produce live DeBUSK ROSE stock saw logs and railroad cross ties Ct General Merchandise VJERMIEME IUUTKAI J T DAY the CO Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers work KEEN KY UlaekMuithing of all kind miIhIIhI iinj HAZEL of huilding Miori wngoiis unij guarnun all work NOTICE - jmnnptlv done We make u speriu j OF EASTERN KENTUCKY SSlAl All who are indehted to II f inn or either of in for work wM and fettlo aiidiahoratUrtietory terms wo ho ditiuniided for all work tlnie hi nnner Thanking you Ibr past patroimge mni Itvltlntf n tiontinuanet of tint Him J 1bIU K JIOSE rwpvitnillv t h V INTERRUPTION EVERY AVQHD TItUE Who Conduct Their Hualtiea In Cflppled BuUdlnnu was when a Chlcnffo store had So Sys tho Writer of That Pa- Time mous Lottor Mpond biwlnciui whllo repairs were bulldlnjr but in the rolnir on In the thiiiR would Sk ftROo to day such a shortsighted H Relterato III Statement Troduce commercial Addltlonitl lVoofaad Clearl heeoMldercd Uonnca IIU Potltlon Indeed there arc a few Instances ncss which creato no little surprise jy even Chi- IN Y Sun d comment on the part of ALLOW NO toia r of Stnto street Into one front is being new store The entire front of buildings 0f the structure hns been tho lower part of the business of the store tors out but the during the hM not censed for an instant hours The second story Is be njiralar piers and these In held up by heavy just enough room to reveal a sign leave ragged opening on a rickety door over a render that though informing the things look chaotic though workmen bustle you can Mw and hammer and goods ns cheaply as ever etc buy It Is a oncer sight and many pedes trians stop to view tho sceno and inur vcl for it is risking ones lifo to try to enter the crippled establishment while irorkmen arc tearing brick and stone out Tntho busiest portion Pt of its mother story tho front portion of the lower lloors was ripped out and the Mructure raised on big screws The sidewalk is littered with debris and a shed over it protects passers by from As far as one can see falling bricks dusty and dark interior of the Into the building there is naught save big pillars supporting the structure It looks like a cyclone cellar after the house above it Yet all over the has been blown down No are great placards front timbers Hut tho most curious of these disar ranged structures is one on Washington street an olllcu building seven stories high It is an old structure and Its So in order to put is out of date front In s new front and at the same time add front Â¬ interruption to business while repairs are going on in And business is not Interrupted this building on stilts lawyors are conducting their business real estate men are selling the choicest lots In Cook county and the musical tap of the I he el- Â¬ typewriter bell is often heard evators run as usual though not so far down and though tho dust is thicker ihau usual and the darkness more cense there is the same old activity of mummi beings activity that will brook Chicago Tribune do interruption Â¬ A i iulv Swipes the burglar coming down stairs Weve trot to shine Jimiiiv JDeys a lady up stairs an she hollered ai me Tlntggers Shucks Dat aint no lady Dey aint nobodv at lats dc parrot Swipes horn j You bet yer life dat wasnt no uarrot She hollered hat m LArtDe LaMode Tophetdoyou want here yon blinkity- 1 reckon l know oinnked son ot a gun tout rASiuoss ClJ Order II or jvr Ktwt dttUf a lady when 1 hear her Dat wasnt no cured doctor ttrticd a few pages further r nil IS rU for UttM Dmbr u The W J MOIMK Inbltthr parrot -- National Tribune t and then said and I syWi other sufferer to know of tlc value of your great remedy for Rheumatism U Itnt IHtkttUw Vork MAMCTUIS rnnwllM 7MiH A Awe Here is nuothcr case It is that of a Jouv MdoSALt Mills Git Totally blind and with hi par rmt U rcntt for K23iScnd for free Treatise on the Mood and Skin alyzed hands falling helplessly in front gentleman who had frequent atuieliH of Suinnlu ituuki which as you know is gravul lu the him Ucv Dr George Douglass is not renal calculi tho kidneys Ho had never pf SWIFT SlKCIFIC COMPANY Atlanta Ga forming in M HKAHSfJUi Cinnnotl O WcU liei iuinressive lookinir milnit orator and been able to prevent ihcsc formations hut in bct there is no nreacher in Canada who after tin unusually severe ataok 1 recom r Scotts Emulsion of cod pn equal him in the sweet voiced ex- Â¬ mended him to try the Safe Gere which pression of brilliant thoughts and in the ho did and although it la threo yenrs since liver oil is an easy food it is nn juowiug current of poetic and pathetic he took tho remedy ho lias never hud food if you please more than attnek since argument Tho doctor continued t turn tho leaves of but it is a food to bring Rouge et Xoir Miss Kootlite Tilda his book and suddenh exclaimed I want you to run down Here is a most remarkable case It Is back plumpness to those who to the ilrutrTists and get me some rouge that of a lady who had suffeivd for some have lost it Tilda Sho became Would you mind gibn me a ordah I time from ihlghls disease pave yon the money didnt Yas- - enclfiitc nnd about tho Jourih month sud Do you know what it is to mn JJut dey might tink I wanted it deuly became blind had convulsions nnd be plump finally fell Into a stnto of coma caused b to myself 1 doun1 want oeonle to tink uremic or kidney poison Several physi I paints Indianapolis Journal in Thinness is poverty living cians who saw her said she could not live Manv men btrivu for fame who nnd in this view fullv concurred Ab she from hand to mouth To be GOLD MEDAL PARIS 107a Wouldnt have the slightest ilei what could still swallow 1 said as a last resort W 1SAKE11 Cure COS Jtodowith it if they hud ft Dammit that they might try Warners Safe every plump is to have a little more They did so and to tho surprlso of than enough a reserve ties signal Sho has since given one sho recovered Tun person possessed of birth ton living child and Is jwrfectly well Do you want a reserve of mi Idlo curiosity Wi a curiosity Unit is never ldlo twyh from which tho nermcif oil Those nre certainly most wonderful m Guaranteed h bututtl Let us send you a lia Uin trinoxd and whllo I do health i said cases doctor Jrf Water Jb almatulrlif pure ntitt question their nuthen snld to bo spreading ntnnng not for a momeint AJJns book on living 11 it is al nble fticity 1 should consider It a groit favor nom your uaso lucre Unco atvlvra a Week I think free -mo their nnmes von would give irrmMir the Importance of tho subject would fully 1 uro licJ In It irrmratlon ll tffl Btihnocu -1o Chicago pcoplo regard justify it toKlilhrruhBfir now nr ClicmtMs 13a South jih A vtnue O Scott ctA lio fuofi than thrtt thnt i tht oarriRo is u lottery Oh Kasident New Vork no In the Interest or other sufferers I4hlnk icy dont ruuard it at nil as a rule itmmth of Cocoa uUvil with cur ilnigm Urrp Sbtts rtmiluon ofecd liver 111 Hitiicli Arrowroot or Bugr you arocorrect Dr Giinu tlnally observed oil all irrusau cviyliitc uti fi Hoth tho lady ntnl U tlirrcfoto fnr inote ceo 34 Niviii saw but one light that did mo nftor a moments thought tiMnlrn catting Ittt tlum on so rejoiced so grate said Manson I and her husband nre Siilllvaii Kllrnln WalCh Olll I delclotif Hour- It was a phosphite ciuta cup N Y Herald over her recovery that know she Is ful Ulilnp r lrrntihriiltur eariit only too glad to have others hear it The JiFr ll Diotntru nnd mlrnlrntily kilnita fur luvallda o tnV- r0 not as you men lady is Mrs Kanics wife of tho well known ki well u for piriotik In IicaHIi Lora iipiitientlv--N- o costiiuier Sho was tut only restored bit to bo ajKiby SolJ lijr Iroef rk rif rjnbere X V Herald is inporfeet health to day TRACTION AND PORTABLE for his ecirteous I thanked tho doctor W BAKER CO Dorchester JJass vJUTs nn gel of ahoiiRo Fold slm7 reception a- the valuable information uu hoieplied I It only lias one tem1 Harpers bazar parted nnd 1 foci assured that his generous I 10 him from ill prevent and humatio nature Â¬ i0viiiui ami rtuvLJiLi UiTiltnolnrahuto pcrrormor wlio runs feeling other thau glnd at seeing tin- - InterThreshers and Horse Powers PATKNTKU of biillering drop too view published for tho benefit of tnUluJ W1 Tlic itroiuiut uml jmrtfl Lyo Write for Illustrated Catalogue mailed Pre I am a fanner at Kdotn Texas I Star humanity muilo tnl Kt otUiT IycH lHni LA PORTE IND M RUMELY CO n tluopoMiUrnntl packvtl In man have used German Syrup for six AM HIIIS ill milt Mf u removal lo llil the conlonw B11 ou wore spcnkiiif to Jnelc ship carpenter to spar a with tcli is onsior for a years successfully for Sore Throat Will -- Yes nro always rruUy lor tho compass CUKtDj AND TtMOnS sIioh voVsei than it lb for him to hex aSnmUKMcd to you make tb hut iKTltirnnl Ilnnl Â¬ Wo tho Undersigned have known F J Chenoy for the last years and bellovo him perfectly honorable in nil buslnon trunsiiotlons nnd financially nblo to Carry out any obligations made by their firm West Trunx Wholosalo Druggists To Â¬ HlTraMM xnsmcts ftlttxMkl ledo O Wnldlnp Kinnan Marvin tk hMda lotar tha Iran Wholosalo Druggist Toledo Ohio TfeeKittMBun Storp Toiua U e 1m Durable tk towwimwyf Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally It would to difficult to measuro tho In- - acting directly upon tho blood nnd mucous er tMs pckc witto vry rrtKti botsystem surfaces nfndcoml0t not tosay ojccltomcnt tle Sold of thodruggists Price T5e perfree Â¬ by all published lottcr of Dr It A Testimonial jvhlch Ounn which appealed In the papers yoater ilay luin occnnloncd The prominenco Cun Rious Podccrs says thnt his baby COPYRICKT IB9t of -ino unusual nature of tho can beat any expert billiard player he can Kings Jester etter havo both tonded to ndd Interest to bawl without u cue the place a woman tho Rubjeet nud mako it really tho talk of The Only One Krcr Printed Cau Ton Pled whos weak ailing and miserable tno town the Word bo a woman whos healthy lcupon Dr Gunn ftt hl rosldence Thcrols a 8 inch display ndvortlsoment why not No 124 West Forty aovonth hold in this You can bo street yostor in this paper this week which hns no two happy and strong uny afternoon 1 found tho reception room words nliko except one word Tho sumo Is Yon Tho neednt experiment crowded nnd It was only af tor nn hours truoof each new one appealing each week waiting that I succocdcd In obtaining nn from Tho Dr Hnrtor Medicine Co ThU change is made safoly and surely house places n Crescent ou ovorythlng with Dr Piorcos lavorite Pro- Â¬ interview Look for it send scription Dr Ounn is a distinguished looking mnn they make nud publish and they and Impressed mo nt ouco by Ins manly them tho uamo of the word lllkogruphswill a matter that rests with you or return you book beautiful hearing nud ulr of sincerity I took ttio samples free Hero is tho medicino tho only ono sent ho courteously offered mo and said Tun wonderful check pf man sometimes for womans peculiar weaknesses Ard you aware doctor of tho commo covcib threo or four honors Galveston and diseases thats guaranteed to tlon your lottcr has caused News Drlrlnu Dr Gunn smiled and leplled Things help you It must givo satisfac- Â¬ bo out orerythlng bfora It thfct i out of tho ordinary usually cause comment IrrKilt my duty to writoyou in repnrdto tion in overy case or tho money is It Is not a common thing for physicians to the benefit vour Ilriidycrotliia hns been to Take it and Yoio indorso nnd cordially recommend medicines my wife hver silicon child pho has licen promptly returned other thau those in the Vnrfi Medica His Â¬ subject to tho most dreadful headaches youre a now woman You can af- Â¬ tory Is full of Insuinres of scientists who usually several times a month 8ho has ford to make tho trial for youvo doctors from Malno to California but Sola by ercry drucgUt ana manufactured by have Indorsed discoveries they believe to tried could prevent those spells running nothing to lose none bo valuable nnd have boon denounced for their course ilradycrotmo has not failed But do you need to bo urged sa doing nnd yet theso sumo discoveries to effect u cure In a slnglo lustnnco one IIOXBURY JT1ASS aro blessing tho world to day 1 hope I doso usually botur sufllclent Oscnr F have the manhood nnd courage to 1ms true Frost Monmouth Maine All druggists You dont want she in a pill it to my convictions nnd that Is why I bo You want re- Â¬ Tun man who Is shadowed is ncccssnrily means disturbance openly nnd unhesltntlnely Indorso War ners Safe Cure ns being tho greatest of under a cloud Washington Star sults With Dr Pierces Pleasant modern discoveries for the cure of diseases Pellets smallest cheapest easiest to In Olden Timet which have baffled tho highest shill of the Sick People overlooked thelmportnnceof perma take you get tho best results medical profession was Impressed with tho earnestness of nently beneficial effects nnd were satisfied Headache Biliousness Constipation with transient action hut the doctor nud saw that ho meant every generally known thnt Svrupnow that it is Indigestion nnd all derangements of Figs will word that ho said permanently cine habitual constipation of tho Liver Stomach and Bowels How long have you known of this rem well informed nooplo will not buy other aro prevented relieved and cured oily doctor 1 nsked laxatives which net lor a time but tlnally Nearly tea years ho replied My at- Â¬ Inluro the system DO HOT GRIPE ROK 8ICXKX tention wns originally called to tho Safe or SICK HKAD- Bnr eur Osr may screw up his courage and have Cure by n serious case of Brlghts disease ACHK Imptlrwt tllgloitBie which was considered hopeloss and yet his aliciiiiou riveted Texas Sifting patlmi torpid glande Tbtyaraw When you buy Flags you tiki orKU nmoit lunwiLnii much to my surprise under Its uso tho iinrti iuiru rnc on Lia Foil strengthening nnd clearing the voice want the best Government patient reeovorcd 1 havo tried it in other Ufyndblndiler Cobom rfV I Tiiocuks Huowvs Dillon iirrrono au cases since ihca constantly and my origi ne commended iiuonciiiufriends who wero Standard is the best the ortioni nubiiiit nu them to have mil fnith in its power has been oonllrmed Utal VAILT ACTION ex public speakers nnd thev have proved largest flag dealers in the U I have seen patients recover from inllum Ilonutlfy complexion by parlrjlBS tremely borviccnblc -- Hev Henry Ward blood IlMtr Vkoxtahlx matlon of the bladder gravel and rights Hcecher S are G W SIMMONS Th do iduilr1 ta mil riM m on pill a disease when all other treatment had failed trrbluoiiiuh Lch vlla eonUlnttirlJlnTrt cSt CO WiiuS n huekwheat ealce Is not dono up Oak Hall Boston rockrl lint IMH xncil uiuuirai mitn i crnw nnd I have found it especially ofucient in totmnUiirt Tkn MtUr Utn tugir Sol4Try brown it becomes a fiat failure Mass Dealers in Militarv all female troubles vbtrt All tnuin rooui wrVrtcD 8p J 3ot lUmp You t 83 pt book wtth tuopl Can yon spuclfy any particular cases Uniforms Write for a Criir your cough with Halos Honoy ot OR HARTER MEDICINE CO I St Loolt Ma doctor nslcd Horehound and Tar Flag Catalogue That Is u delicate thing to do tho doc Pikes Toolhache Drops Cure in line minute tor replied but as I always keep a wilt ten record of my casos 1 cau accommodate In scorn thonetlon ns the soldier said you when ho ran a way London Answers Thereupon tho doctor opened his desk nnd produced Ins record book Turning over the leaves ho said Here h a case of a gentleman who was a great sufferer from lnllatninaiton of tho Mr Charifs LwvREScn of Ashland Neb say that Swifts Specific cured him of bladder of long standing He had consulted h number of physicians Without Ucuolii JiJKUMATlSM of which lie had suffered for over six months with Whoit first consulted I myself tried tho vain cfTorts toc relief lie recommends it to nil sufferers from Rheumatism usual methods of treatment but without success and 1 finally advised him to try After suffering untold nfjonies three years from Rheumatism having had much treatWarners Safe Cure Ho feltbotter from ment without relief I decided to take Swifts Specific Hight bottles 7 COIOHKI IMATEd ALL Till UTCMT MBIR 11D B8W the start and in a few weeks was euUrely curel bt Hulls CuUrrh Cure- P J Cnnsrv K Co Props Toledo Wo offer One Hundred Dollars IteWnrd for any enso of Catarrh that can not bo O llows Thlst n sail Kennedys order uwrm In of Medical Discovery Takes Its Bowels Liver Kidneys Inside Skin Outside Skin need it or not Bbt- - Undw wlietlier you DONALD KENNEDY LITTLE Â¬ LIVER PILLS BUNTING in Â¬ SOO m tf 1 1 Â¬ FLAGS Routs Rheumatism CUBED ME ENTIRELY Â¬ SEtEIlE Latest Styles Jim -- paper mmC rnr Â¬ THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED 1 GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be used every KITCHEN SAPOLIO Towcr irnproved 1 Breakfast Cocoa No Chemicals 5LICKER Of 1 careful i e Â¬ 1 Iiirraulw1 a - II German yrup MmlimJmdR 11 1 1 5oftWooIerj Collar - RUWIELY - tlf oe LiNGINES Â¬ ho ll1 I0haH the llertQliRht that utt thrown -- Huston Trausuript boats 01akl out ou only oiio We- n nan knocked down Hie stars TrjyisrId TrutJ IthsnV Old Soak loivo any Inst r- Js eliop Vi Winn i Hournal aso whv a uiiiti should hutlier wUh clieap tdk Somorvillo the tirovorh says hut ballon Tnro Rometimes upset by n vuT luo Hmu eoUHtroiilio occasion- MMl patorfauilllns Lowell orlep -- Coughs Colds Hoarseness Pains in culls his chl Hovenci beouuso Chest nnd Lungs aifd Spittingup of OnnsTHK Blood I have tried many kinds of die is so sweet Hottou Transcript Cough Syrups in my time but let lnlnt Shadow or u irlm Cnloisin me say to nuyonc wanting such a M iitnl lopros Prognosticate h s coming solvation of lan medicine German Syrup is the best perturbation a lim mid upon getting up in We are subject to so many sudden lm or by dav and unroht hood tlo nor lug heartburn oeoaslonal from cold to hot damp nchelldu - these mean that a on need changes here but in families where weather KMfurred medication meven v wnla colossus of dlseaso will German Syrup is used there is little lie hideousou out of rounteunncu anil trouble from colds Johu KJonesja stare friiiii xou Seek preventive e SSnii rsomacl IHtters which PRICE leikma t dyspepsia bliinusnoM rheu Sonn In jHBuleti without boltfur ilcunsInK ing It wusto plwffT illslnlcctlnjr elnka ccct8 waHhlni Ixittli n minui lTFnrt CANCER ntrycmUQ rCnWiUnO W no knlf Hr trttn Hrn Am tc PENNASjJLTMrjiCO a HTXAMB TUU MKtmHICKAMrM WiWUfl wiLLYouTUCunoinoO cimo I AII1S II1L IIUIILU ATTEND tHtvlrir ixvci ka rsrtj lawfrt rrraHTarsirrunccCUlssll C U 1U tit Hook Iiheb tHurtUNY A KOMBI 1U Kim Ht Cincinnati M m ariM X disabled Ufeufurln mau MuLr Ji Si 1 VT 9JLUft TUU TXtlX aniiii Ll Ilntl iiiJLIiIiIiftM lKll i try wilt t scare rulipenslTc In Chlrsco In Arrjrrtit fimn at nominal latrt -Contuiapllvca and peopla wliohsrc weak lunjsor Asth ma should u Ilso sCurafor Coniumptlon it baa curca tfceusunila It baa rotlnlu aune Ills not bad totaka tm Af1i4ra lu w t UtltflJi L 1300 r rtl i uiaUsmi A oonatfmtionwd malaria Is BUGGlEScat j a II JL Patents Pensions Srnl for Invrntorp OnlU ur How lo Obtain a Ialant J WABKUVoTOX PATRICK OTARRtLL J IAaS THIS rSTtSKwrrCrt mWa lllstue basieoiiguajrrup Bold arernsbern WMir but a B n man wno uoesiri worn works every nodyelao Khnira A tlEHl w I EJJ impwvc by breiklng publican athletleTord the only thing that StUKK limn ml our cninjtllor Miul r UI 0 likmton Ito CUthourof r- - mo aY so fasll1 ljle moment ncpatmo Chlcugo ffJuJldiy bSSS ria su abox U BUCO KHOlop IlUitT0lllr H Kit Hutrirr lUrneiKonlr 47S KtlK Hnjrof liUUjy mn Ironictorr hav Middle Y iKruu i mum start n oi rtm wse oni 9tt63Mttirrt onlr 7AO 0H n WxiituT rvs JTiY mm4 yt fat V FOLKS REIHiGCD barBiM coBlldcatUL A CART CO riUfsirrt Umiumu awajsMI vzuitt C4M no to I ba bdt smmsvi sws tb vf bsaj ftrtrrllftjlnta mrlrtly m ANKE WNKN WKIT1KOTM taUtlsat 1 saw U FAJ IH iw ii AVXKTMHM lXJUMI Atarasstiaal a tMt 1 n it ar ftv Mrf 2B A ftkit TNtltHYIflMtL J B AW5r Oarinr CnuVfc - wealth Instwcok They refused to grantÂ¬ Jones a new hearing and the case is al HaitaMtUwi rfcrv KkiKlr upoit tiidtl innrmma w most practically settled The counsel of Uirw Jontto will ask for a rohcariug that Is iii ytem We cn not long that the CoUrt of Appeals look over the lirkdch tm nrosnor under such a record again and give proper considera-Â¬ svitem Outside of WhII street and iu tion to any additional cvideiico the de tribttUrfod that fct is generally under fan mv have to offer The counsel upon etf k1 The Western people gorged whom has thirty days In which to ask for a reUntil hearing If the Court of Appeals refuse their rapacity has fed and they are wall nigh exhausted much nn to grant a rehearing tho records are they love their children would rather given to tho Governor who within efee them devoured by iho wolveaof tho ninety days seta a timo for execution West than to see tht ni become Hcrfn to provided however that the Governor tha money kings of tho Eaat They does not upon petition extend executive know ther right and undor God and a clemency We mako theso comments free ballot thoy are coing to have them that those interested may understand European htotory will not bo allowed to that the law gives the most humble citi- Â¬ repeat itoclf hero Tho hour of deliver zen every ontKirtuiiity to establish his fliice h at hand The fltara in their courses innoeense which la right just ami propare fighting the buttles of the poor plain er People ure inclined to denounce people lawyers because they use all diligence to Air Chairman when I heard the linn see that their clients get justice It orablo gentlemnu from Kansas upon this must bo rememberod that they are under floor describe how tho money lenders were oath to do this and lay themselves liable extortioning upon thin people and taking to being debarred in case they refuse to from them their homes and I can per no matter whether he has sunnily testify from actual observation defend a man which to pay for his ser anything with to the fact upon which he ret the gra vices or not Ignorance of law some vamen of lua complaint it brought to times mnkes us unjust to men who aro my mind a stanza from that Bwcetcst really working for charitys suko Ow- Â¬ and tcudercat of all the poet Ilolxjrt ingsvillo Opinion Huijns tho mountain bard of Europe who when he like my friend wiw nix llomeily A liinrant fair rugged Scotland to him tho loveli Megritnine the only permanent cure est land on earth it very moII polluted for all forms of headache and neuralgia by the coach wheela of some ancient paiu in from 15 to J0 min Carnegie or Blaine some mushroom land- relieves the at on lord amid tho humiliation and gloom utes For sale oflicepositive guarantee by or sent postpaid that fell upon bin great warm heart ex- Â¬ Tin HkuaiI of price 60 cents a box mall on receipt claimed If Im designed yon lordlings slave IRsn Inula Hluyor Hlnyeri By natures law designed Bob Ford the slayer of Jesse James Why was nil independent wish was shot aud killed by Sheriff Hall at Eer planted in my mind Creed Colorado on the 8th inat The If not why nm I subject to Ills cruelty uml scorn men quarrelled somo days before and Or why litis man the will and power Ford boasted that he would do Hall up To make his fellow mouru When tho men met Ford was coming out I trust Mr Chairman that audi may of his dance hall with a loaded shot gun never be our own fate and that the The oflirer got the drop on him and Kill- Â¬ JHand bill or a similar measure may ed him instantly NhtfWUWWWCfl WWW Â¬ Â¬ tAUbM m t ttetxHKirtjp 7 If ii nw The aw case of Oscar Jones against tho Common Ionn Must Iln of Appeals affirmed tho Â¬ ASHLAND JAROTJLLIONS Bunker 2UVi Flora Wilkes pacer 210 rec- Â¬ Â¬ FDR 1892 5414 1 - BERMUDA 5874 YcnrllnK exhibition 230K tm yearcld ord 22QK three yeur old rcconl 224 third heat four year old record 222 flve year old record 2204 fourth heat idx yenr old trial 217 Hluck horae lVl hand IiIkIi foaled June 15 1883 Hred at HIUKDHY HANKKU4144 Own brother to LyRnndcr sire of Lynnnder Hov Aslilund Iark Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ become n law A Oootl HticKCAtton The adjournment of the impeachment court last Saturday on account of Gen Weavers belly ache coat tho people of this commouweath nearly 500 One done of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dinrrhojn ltemedy would have wived this expense and wo aiiggest as a matter of economy and humanity that the State provide against futuro contingencies of this nature by furnishing each Senator with a bottle of that valuable remedy 2o and GO cent bottles for sale by Rose Jones Marcs bred by the season not proving iu foal have the usual privileges of return I breed sound highlv finished trotters and have for sale high bred colts and fillies out of producing dams by a greater number of prominent ires than any farm iu the land Outlaw Doty Arrest Mick Hick For sale at prices based on actual individual merit I wish to farm or breed on the shares twenty approved mares For further infer- Tho pang of villains who assassinated Hick Tally iu jail here for shooting Ashland Park Farm LexinRton Kv Ira Mufiins his wife aud four othors at appHcation MarTkrtauegiSrnites Geo Abahur Town Marshal of Shar burg Is playing tho insanity racket Ii Pound Gap Va havo been joined by seemB from accounts that Tally commit Â¬ four more law breakers and defy arrest ted a crimo iu Fleming county auflicient Judge Lilly threatens to have them hang Do Business With a Home Institution to send him to the peuitontiary but ho ed without judgo or jury if they come became suddenly and violently insane across the Kentucky line THE CLAY CITY He was sent to the asylum remaining Everybody admires beautiful hair and thero but a short time until ho was dis- Â¬ using Ayers charged as cured Whereupon he everv one may possess it by Keeps the hair soft pliant boasted that ho had fooled the au- Hair Vigor thorities of Fleming county Ho is evi ami glossy CLAY CITY KY dently trying to play tho snmo game Unconsidered Hit Action hero but physicians and every one ac 50000 Tho Senate yesterday reversed its ac- Â¬ Capital quainted with him are of tho opinion tion and passed the bill appropriating that ho is more knave than lunatic FRANK BRUSSELL 12000 for the completion of the unfin- FLOYD DAY Owingsvillo Opinion Cashier President ished work of tho Geological Survey by 20 ayes to 10 nays a vote of No Bank iu Eastern Kentucky has better HiigcoknuI Trainer vauns nor ocuer laciiuies lor Keeping your A B Hutchings of Danville who had account Managed entirely bv home people BT0NEWALL such success tho past summer in the Hluo who know you and who are always ready to This combined young stallion will make i Grass Circuit with Evangeline Mimic accommodate you the season of 1802 at our stables in Hazel Record 240 Hixie McGregor and others writes Money to loan on reasonable rates Green Kv and will serve mares at TEN I This combined stallion will make tlie Call on us have used Quinns Ointment for some DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COLT money due when the mart fyals witli a lien season of 1802 nt 10 TO INSURE A Ll timo and think it superior to all others In blood on colt until the moiiev is paid or if the INCt COLT money due when the lasre For bog spavins and curbs it has no su- Â¬ fouls or bred to is hred CO mare the parted with ordue to another horse is parted with the colt until nnollirr perior Try it Sold by Row Jones and theea with a lien on money is then horse there Will be more or less bowel complaint iu this vicinity Every person and es-Â¬ pecially families ought to have somo FAYETTE WILKES 203C reliablo medicine on hand for Instant Exhibition trial Oct 0 18SG 223 M0 A 25 or 50 cent Bay horse 15 hands 3 inches high foaled use in case it is needed bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera May 3 1878 The handsomest sou of bis great sire aud the handsomest of any trot and Diarrhrea Remedy is just what you tinr bred iu the United States havo and all that you would ought to SIRED BY GEORGE WILKES 222 need even for the most severe and dan- Sire of Harry Wilkes 213 Guy Wilkes gerous cases It is the best the most Wilson 2UVA Mike Wilkes pacer 215 I1 iy i reliable and most successful treatment -iiciia iuuer ntiiv iuv4 OM 9U iii iiu4 Rosu Wilkes 218K Wilton 219K Joe known and is pleasant to take For sale by Rose Jones I C Just as sure as hot weather comes Watt 224 William Kearney 220 220K and Lynandcr Chief 1040 First Dam Puttie Patehcn trial 238rrndaii of Chesuut Wilks 229 by Mambrluo Pntelieii sire of the daiu of Guv Wilkes 215K AHtrnl 2 18 Hohh Wilkes 218K Elvira 218 Cleom 218X llourl 217 and twenty nine others ii the 230 list Second dam Maudy by Stanhopes Blood Hawk sire of the dnm of Alniont 217K and Alcy Wilkes 220 i Third dam Pattie bv Downings Vermont sire of the dam of Enigma 220 Mambrluo Bruce 240 slro of Kit Curry 21K Bell Wilson 225 GUI Vermont slro of Bonner Hov 223 and sire of the dams of Abel 224K Col Bradshaw 220K Nellv L 223 Gambotta 220 The King 22UJi Outlaw 220 Pearl 230 Fourth dam Jessie bv Thomns JefTerson He is a beautiful black with right hind ankle white stands 15 hand hith nud is a perfect horse all over having both bone aud substance combined with the form aud finish characteristic of the cross he so well represents vis Hambletoniau sire aud Mambrino Patcheu dam This cross Htaudsus the very best because public pcribrmauceii have demonstrated its value Of its many representatives not one Is the superior of Bermuda for not one has demonstrated the same ability to train on from year to year begin ning with the yearling form None are better bred or better looking As a sire his success is assured as nut of eight bis first crop two entered the list last vear as two vtuir nldti nimit lv Hurimiiln Km 220half mflc track nud Rosemary 225 Bermuda Boy buiuc one of the lurtrrst win uing two vearnldrf of 1801 his first units being fouled iu 1889 Judgod at this age no stallion ever sired more uniform natural gaited colts with speed unprecedented He will stand for mares season of 1802 at 200 TO INSURE the money to bu paid us lot 100 at the time of service nud the lows other HH when the mare proves in foul being limited to thirty outside mares Parlies wishing to breed to him had better book their mares early Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iij il -- Tom Rogers 220 v First dam Sally Hamlet winner of two venr Hay Stallion foaled May lSsti bred at Ashlniiil Iark old Hamlet stakes in 1875 bv Hamlet sire nr Lnretin F 218 A VPantlind 220 SIHE1 BY IIA1TY MKDITM 400 Truro pacer 222 Ijnlv M 223 Leon Sire of Nancy Hanks 20J May it- Cobb 213V Kildie C purer 220 Norman Mediuni tine 223K Brookslde Flora 220 anil tho dams of Thornless 218Cveloue 223K 220 Camllle 22045 Utiw Mpillinu 220W Urieadior 221 Hurry Medium 221k Grnnby 225J Graceful 223 und Ham Kdith 222K5 Klral Luve 222 1 4 Enini letta 229 J Multravers 222K c Second dam Sal dam of Coaster 226 Cap tain Clay Driftwood and grandam of First Uliui Minnie Wrst duni of Cunanli three yturold record 2i35 Adnline231 14 Marlowe pacer 215 by Canadn Chief W Hank 237 three venra old sire ol dams of Governor 230 and Joe c by Allle Vet 745 Hire of lewett2Hf Char Ac Hooker sire Maud Macev 217 u v rnui ui i i rriuiK t ummi JIW 1J Third dam the dam of Hole that produced Charley West 2274 Rachel II 228 Af by Imp Yorkshire aire of Blanche 225 also sire dams of Mollie Wilkes 222 la the dam of Ashland Chief ire of Black Allle Wilkes 222 Haven 22G 1 4 Wet Cloud 217 4 Wilkes 228 1 4 ic Fourth dam bv Wnodneeker tliornnt lihrod occoiiu nam Mtuiam neauiey mam or Ml sire ot lrinee 2274 ten miles iu 2808 Mabel winner two year old Kentuekr Tho fee of Favette Wilkes is within tho Breeders Stake 1881 aud Rapldan dam reach of all and lower than that of anv by Stanhopes Edwin Iockhurt 214 horse of equal merit in Kentucky Season UX or 200 TO INSURE Forrest 851 sire of Harry Stanhope 231 sou oi ruwin r orrcst w sire ol Hilly Hn kins 220 1 4 Champagne 230 and the dams of So So 217 1 4 dam of Ail So 220Ji Mambrino Dudley 219 Undon 220J Ac Out of the dam of Black Cloud 217 his sire out of the dam of Wilson 2l6K Third dam Mrs Stanhope bv Mambrino Chief II sire or Lady Thorn 2I84 Wood Bav horse foaled March 31 1881 Bred at ford Mambrino 221 K and four others Ashland Park His sons sired Loudon 220 Pnuconit SIRED BY ABD ALLAH WEST 2583 2 21 sire of Patron 214 1 4 and 79 oth Sire of Wilkiu 227 ers His daughters produced Piedmont First dam the dam of Black Cloud 217217 1 4 Director 217 sire of Direct by Pilot Walker pacer 218 1 4 pacing 20G Margaret S 22XA Second dam the CI like Pacing Mare c and 21 others iu the 30 list NOTK Abdallah West 2583 by Allie West Fourth dam by Hunts Commodore sire of first dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson 2U4 dams of Commodore Belmont sire of Carby Clark Chief second dam Ohio by rie Belle 223i Doncaster 228 1 4 GeraAmerican Clay third dam brought from nium 228u Ac auij Mumbruuellosireof Ohio nnd represented to be by Browns Sadie Howe 220 Tom Britton 2 2 Ac Bellfounder Abihillah West died at six Filth dnm bv Copperbottom graudstru ol years old He was the most promising dam of Rosalind 221 aud Donnld 227 colt I ever bred Notk Happy West is a rich mahogany West Cloud is a rich mahogany bay 15 bay 1G hands 2 iiches hiuli and horse of hands 2 inches with black mane nnd tail elegant style with as good nation as any and black legs cxtendine above knees and son llnoov Medium ever sired us nt tun irf hocks lie is n powerfully built horse for years old ho could trot iu 240 and wnulil his height mid has the most finished set of have trotted in 280 at three vears old had it feet and legs it is possible to get on a horse not been for an accident on the ears by ofnuy breed As a two year old be gave which one of his hind legs was injured evidence of being possessed of remarkable causing him to have to be thrown out of speed as with little handling he trotted a i training Iu this horse I have the utmost half mile in 118 1 5 and miles in his work confidence as a great sire being by Happy in 24J i At three years old he was not Medium one ot the most noted of the sons trained owing to a very severe attack of i of Humbletonian and out of a daughter af pink eye He also did no work on tlu track the great Allie West the second dnm is the as u four year old Asa five year old he was ilmn of Miss Mabel and Rapidau who is her jogged and trained lightly more for the pur find colt produced Lockhart with a reeonl pose of ascertaining if he was entirely re of 214 It Uuiy intention toHtand Hapir covered than with a view ot testing his West the season ot 1892 at 50 INSURANCE speed In a few mouths he trotted a full thus attnrdiug an opportunity to farmers nmi mile iu 238 ami half in 115 The season breeders to seoure tlie services of one of the 1890 hu served a few mares of my own greatest speed producing representatives in and was not put to work until September the country at a nominal price as he will be and his improvement was most remarkable limited to 30 mares Parties wishing to breed He repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and I to him should apply early No oilier son of am hilly convinced he will with a seasons the great Happy Medium out of as good a training trot in 2 20 I will let him nerve dam stands at sueh a low figure but I am twenty mares season of 1892 outside of ten determined to let the public test his merits ol my own at 50 INSURANCE Moncv as a sire believing iu the near future he will due when niaru proves to be in foal be among the best in the country HAPPY WEST et 1 1 WEST CLOUD 5195 Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ - - Â¬ Â¬ B Ja TREACY Â¬ Â¬ National banK Â¬ Â¬ GOLD DUST FOR SCROFULA scrofulous humor ulcers catarrh consumption uso Tho most 40RREST ST- the LOUIS STIX WIIOIKSAIK Winked Kmmett Iokimi Tho usually ready witted Depcw was io shaken from his mental balance by an accidental meeting with Emmons Hlaine in h Minneapolis hotel dining room yes- Â¬ terday that like tho South Carolina negro suddenly confronted in tho cotton field by a tinseled jeronaut new lit from an excursion to tho empyrean he could Howdy Mars Jesus only stammer howd you leavo your Pa Louisville Times 1 Ayers Sarsapariila economical safe spoody and effective of all blood purifiers tilnuubartaliis Kyo uml Skin Ointment A CK11TAIN cure for Chronic Snrn fivw Tettor bait Rheum Sea d Head 11 Oh ron ic Sores FeverSores Eozpnm Ttoh Prairie Scratches Sore Ninnies and Pilox It is cool i ML and soothimr Hundred of cases have been cured bv It after all other treatment had failed It is put up in 2 and GO cent boxes For salo by Rose Jonea Has Cured Others will - cure you pAsnSD octOyl A Minor Commits Sulcido Joseph Dougherty an old mizer committed suicide at Rooneville Ky on tho JttcoiiiiiioiuMl UN tho ncnt IX Sth Inst Somo ono told him that he luMlw Plymouth Co In May 1880 would bo fined and imprisoned for soiling 1 lutloml Iru iu temporary sleonlossuesi from whisky to a minor and this so proved overwork for two yearn for which I used 1astor upon his mind that ho took his own life Koeuli Norvu Toulutfu reconiuioiul sme tho boat iiUilloliioaHkbillar trouble ruthenium go to prison and part with g i IIOUNHOIIST Borne of his hoarded gold Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Aro you troubled with corns or bun Â¬ ions If so let usgivo you a little ad vice Pare them down as closely as pos sible without drawing blood then soak them in warm water to soften them and apply Chamberlains Pain Halm twice daily rubbing them vigorously for a few minutes at each application A corn plaster should bo worn for a few days to JT piotectthein from the hoe As a gene Â¬ A Valuiibla Hook an Mrvaus WHOLESALE DKY GOODS ral jiniment for sprains brumes lame iiaouNet seui irati 10 say saareM NOTIONS HOOTS SHOES c THK CLARENDON ltowr Pauonts cn io obtla back or rheumatism Pain Halm is all Cor Limestone uml Short st cnarg tills inetiiriue nw or CATLETTSBURO KY fedly that can be desired 50 cent bottles for This ruiody has Kort Wavue lxoa ttropared by th Rowrsad Lkmnoton Ky Iaaier KoeulK ot lad lucaVT and sale by Rose tfc Jones IsuovrvrepawduudorhliUirefUoa by tho W IT noSWELL LMtoiniirroH you can has been nddud an DONT forget Iho fact that this oilice laiThurowell ventjlated roomsAnnex with 20 KOEN1Q MED CO ChlCUgo III John get Halls Hair Rcnewoi and best writing paper at ge Street Cnr kep your hair lustrous and free from fchlbrlHuntots at 81 per Rattle 8 for IS pass the door every Ave minutes Located dandruff Large Slwl75 G UattlM fer within two squares of depot Job printing clicnp nt this oflke Â¬ CuASiYTenn October 1830 Owing to a runaway About a your ftgo my son u thiown fiom u whkou und novoroly hurt alout tho head Tor many ilays ha tun ontlruly bosltlu hlunolt ami mxlnrf ami nooded coatinual Mittohtng At this timo 1 letunod of laslor Koo nlKs Nttrvo TVtnlo ntid ot onco ordered boltlo After 1 hnd given liim tho seooud doeo ho full Into a quiet atiep ntid ceanM raving The next tly ho was much better and when ho had used ut tho ooutoutu ot tho bottle he was entirely re tord aud is so aUll lUKl DKUSKWKU sou money is paid This stallion will be at the stables of J Cecil one mile from Ezel the first ami third weeks of each month and at W Henrys 2a miles west of West Liberty on Cnney the second and fourth weeks of eacu month DESCRIITION AND PEDIGREE Bav with black points seven years old son record --MO Eric McCloud and Nick Mum- with records better than 22o His dam was this spring 10 hands high Sired by lie W Third Race and Union Sts brino Forrest le bv Ned Forrest Jr sired bv the Phillips horse the sire of Blue CINCINNATI O Sims Ned Forrest lie bv Alexanders Edwin leans lie bv Gen Taylor in na Also at the samestables will be found the Forrest 1st dam bv Mumbriiio hiel ArWe oarrv the goods that will suit vour dam bv Virginia Whip id dam by Sir elegant lv bred young trotting Stallion trade and our prices are Til E IOWKST chie Forrest Stonewalls 1st dam by Brown t Special attention to mail orders Stonewall 2d dam b Tom Crowder 3d daw bv Balls Copperbottom 1th dam by OU Who will serve a limited number of ap l ancv bv Old Brown Pilot proved inaies at TEN DOLLARS TO IN Good care will be taken of mares left witti SURE A LIVING COLT on same terms as tisi but we will not be responsible for acci dents should anv occur Livery Feed and Sale Stable above nr scitiiTios anm IKiuanri CECIL A HENRY POST BOY JR was sired by Post Bov West Liberty ky HAZEL GREEN KY record 2JI he bv Magic sire of Clemmlu G Alice Stoner 21 Mvstcrv 2f20 Single ilouhle and Horses tfcc dam Mollie Emery sired bvSirathmore u inciter -- ii Rigs and Saddle sire oi rmuiu i tans for hire Parties convey Cricket 210 Adonis 21 IV Semicolon 210 Charles ed to any point on reason- - Sister V 2 184 Hummer 21 This combined vounw Stallion will iik Derby 220 Fnustino 221 Bonnie Wilmore the present season of 1MI2 3 i miles trnin ablo terms 22211 Blaeberrv 221 Si and a number of Hazel Green at the stable of Daid B Hir will also attend to all calls for aucothers in the 2UI Ii t POST BOY JR io low price of tioneering aud solicit lmsinevx of this kind a beautiful chestnut with no marks 7 eurs at the Colt Respectfully Ac 6 old May loth lsi2 li hands i inches liich JOHN PIERATT and gives promise of being beard from iu Money due when colt is foaled alive tfiti the future among trotters Any one who is a lien on colt until season money is ial A H STAMPKIV familiar with Shiners Post Boy will readily Tom Crciu will be I vears old the D recognize Post Boy Jr ilnv of Mav lie Is liimimiils liluli Iim And last but not least will be found at color and can show a three minute pithe same stables the well know u and highly lie is nlso a tiliesitddle horse CAMITON KY appreciated JACK He was sired bv the well known IW horse he bv the Phillips hor e HHr Oilers his professional services to the citi dam was by Blaekhawk nud she out el zens of Wolfe and adjoining counties Will promptly Who will serve mares at TEN DOLLARS mare iy itav iinssinger lie oy un-tno make collections aud remittances TO INSURE A LIVING COLT on miiiiu horse a stiiudard bred horse tliat we terms us above described This Jack has no Illinois The Prater horse was out of n MAUPIN ebrated Virginia male as a good breeder superior WITH Tom Ciu II is a good indhidnal arc will be taken to prevent acuiilents but we will not bu responsible should nuv oc lug himself a line breeder and hi- large good color and show line comuilc cur DKALKKS tN k Dry Goods notions H o years old the28th day of May lstrj 11 hiiudshigh a beautiful chestnut with star and white hind feet beautiful mane ami tail His power style and action are unsurpassed He was sired by Senator Dillurd I hid lev he by Blackburn he l John Dillnrd the grandsirc of Phil Thomp GOLD DUST is 7 Â¬ HKSCKIlTION AND lMiDinilKK Â¬ -- Â¬ I POST BOY JR J PIERATT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SIJES Tom fjecli to Insure a Living Â¬ Hi ATTORNEY AT LAW - GEN JOHN MORGAN - HH D H CARPENTER Â¬ DYU0 IMJ l0jjJ i FRE- E- iuallties All care will be taken to nveiittl occur I will no dent but should D B R01 responMblc April S S02 T iv 1 -- nnultl nnd the best poncil in town nt t M T SnM olllco IVryiun Mecltlotfj at10 centn nt tins liecr - - W J 1 -- I 11111 I fc ffbf Ti iaLIL ZzIMB a ZttmA i I Kami Gjreen Hazel eiriidiition Ueeali Wolfo Mnrxnii lirtfcrX tli iei vSh1 tVtcr l ill nil llllfr liillliim MRIIMM li year aggregate 1200 or 200 more than was awarded last year Everything that P PHILIPS THANSIliM v ru liiMTltil lor llSN tliini 3 will make the Fair n success this year is Vdvcrtleiuent r n rSt iHing done and there is every reason V1 month to Him rti - 1I mi imm or lu HU bellovo that it will be n first class enteriaiKortiiii ipinunt First Vice President Pieratt BirAM TltANSIKNT AnVKUTISINd MtST tainment JOUllKltS IX BKlAUHNAUVANCIC is pushing things in the absence of tho AIVKIiTISiMlftN STVNUIVn Agricultural Implements 7 10 provident and he says it will be the beM Hardware lueli - months W J nolK s exhibition yet given by the association OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA 11 aliH lies irh to secure Mountain Trade I Will mill H TIM iltilon nnT liniit IoiiUvillp mill tn Mf HUTlItiK Win Miteli ti i uwuivinuiiiuui ui me uazoi ureen FrtMi Corn loi the ItquimlfiiMt Fair iisHucliUfon appears in this Issue of Potftlvohoinu tmro lor drunkoiimi our paper and tho attention of our read move all doKlre safe and curtain no of time from work I soml reuipe fWio fc iit - i r0 Iom Hazel Green Fair Ass on 3 on THIRD ANNUAL EXHIBITION -- HKr through 0M is directed tn tlm mi mi it Mill t IV neon that the amount of premiuum i UU I H LoxatxtN Kditor Herald this Atlanta Indiana - l i i y ls Â¬ s Sept 27th W M KERR 3 CO Tuesday Wednesday Sept 28th Thiuday Sept 29th Friday Sept 30th EVAP PLOWS COOKS MILLS OKATOKS CHAMPION REAPERS AND MOWEHS STODDARD AND J a JjmW t ilUllCN MUi Iiliornl rat- i- on larger iHlverlNeineiiis at the Chatatuiua assembly representing known on application Local notices to In1 iiiterspcr ed uiiioiik Centre College at the oratorical contest wIth dls 0 wHt rviiliiiK The best speakers of the State will bo count ofitf per cent where they run u mouth present on that occaMon and Henry will or inure tliltmirii tributes of iepect oti ie n have a rare chance to add new laurels to line Count d words to tin1 Mm1 inn Mini his brow Let us liopo that ho will be Wo will w rite moiiVv witli tin1 innniiseript and publish nt f cent n lini1 hituiirics as successful in this as he has heretofore Marriage and death notices not exceeding and that the honors won at Cliatatuiua ten lines solicited imil published lUKK frlllll s Iok Itlut IAlt AnvKkTlsixo will again fall to Hazel keen VVVAlllKItAKTiitlY ON DIlMAMi SPKWKH COOPKH Aililrc The contract to build the dormitory Hael trecu Ky has been awarded to Joe Clark at 3100 and he now has a force of hands at work Jloti J M linh is attending Circuit The building will contain nineteen rooms court at Jackson tlm weolc hallways etc and will be ready for superitiUJiitlont II N Horton boarders by September mil We hope Comity of Campton paid our town a flying visit soon to bo able to reproduce a cut of the Wilde On the 8th of tho coining month our young friend 11 L IUhIhy will sneak 1tr li j ACME HARROWS Sn Ac DOORS AND SASH A SPKCIALTY 110 and 112 Siconj Snuiirr I RONTON O 1200 in Premiums w prion from mm no Is ninnini constantly and doing the best ol work at the lowest price Special aeeomiiiodatioUR for customers W compBlitioii Open to tie ffoitf W 25 Ocjnts ADMISSION Children over 10 and under Jo years Over In years SoGoiHs distance Without detriment to our home trade No Bids Offered for Bad Rolls We do not make them and have no demand for them in our trade THE MAYTOWN MILL CO Catalogues giving reiniuins in full will soon bo ready for distribution and inay be had by addressing the Secretary building that all who are interested may see in advance how it will look when Mra Nannie lviish lias our thanks for completed t mos of nice new potatoes ami some ripe June applet icorge HMiup who has been prospect ing in Texas for two or three mouths Dr Tan bee stys he has several pa Â¬ past returned home Thursday of last tients in town none of whom however week While in the Lone Star State he are seriously ill saw our old fellow townsman T J Ste Â¬ Aunt Caroline tfwango of this place phenson who has in twenty acres of cot ton and forty acres of corn and is doing U visiting her sister Mrs Eveline Mo well otherwise t Helens George says he likes Juire at Texas juite well but he does not think 1 T Whaley who has been on a visit hell locate there for awhile tit least to his relatives anil friends in Uynthiana returned home Tuesday J P Phillips representing the well known hardware house of W M Kerr it Jrvicc t will bo held at the lresbyte Co who have sold so many goods in this rian church next Sunday Kev J M section was a guest of the Day House Little the pastor ollieiating Saturday Ry an oversight the adverElder J T Pieratt will preach at the tisement of this firm was dropped from recently but it appears Frank Johnson school house Sunday at Tin HritAi p m 10U0 A M and i oclock again thi week and the attention of our readers is directed to it Several persons from below this week Lou Linden wife of Henry Linden of report that work on the extension of the Coal road was begun Monday color died on Monday morning last of fiux and was buried on Tuesday on the Abe Wireman of Magoffin county farm of Jovernor Wilson on Red river passed through town Wednesday even She was an honest hard working woman ing with fourteen Montana ponies well liked and much respected by iKitb Prof Cord of Hazel Cireen Academy white and colored citizens many ofhas been selected by County Superinten- whom will miss her kindly face Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ -- Saturday last Jel7tf W W MANKKH Manager D S GODSEY President W T SWANGO Secretary THE- - WINCHESTER BANK WINCH KSTEIl KY N II W1THKKSPOON It I Paid up Cnpitnf 20000000 Surplus 0000000 CATLETTSBURG KY Tho Lnvfiost Drug Houbo in tho Ohio Valley IIUXTKK Cashier Mnnufaoturers of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by tho Dozen 10000 Square Feot of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed President jjriJSole pinpriitiirs of tlio fainoiiH Â¬ WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS iiIimo- This Hank solicits the accounts of mer- Jllio Into guarantee to euro all rains anil chants farmers traders and business men Aehes IranipN and Colie Diarrhiiii Dys generally throughout ICastem Kentucky fillilllV mwl exterTxed internally llr Ifu iil llillllrtl CVITV the limit Illlll entery ete best Liniment in and world of nally The tho the most liberal terms within ootisiy legitimate bunking IKliK - i KM a Â¬ ucDvr k mini only remedy that is mild on an x o Â¬ For tho permanent cure of 1aliiH in thej m iiiu rviuuujiHi iniLKi iiiiii mi inform and Urinary Orirnim TliounaiidN of cor- tMeuUH of those who liuve iikcu tins viu or miii on iiiiiiiicitiiou PRICK 100 Cioiiy k -a HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL Side proprietor of tho renowned lix 1 l I I CAoulllUFJ 1 jou KtftfiYiYiYati jlt Ittltln jo Hlidom 1 littdl in 11 11 EajrKoit Sam nv Duuo Sroiu and Countiiy Stohks Evkiiywhkrs8 I iiKV WmgV J ttii mil niUiioii iuiiiU Epvilal urc tnilajr 1 rim mr Inlltlcmt mmmmmmmmmmm ilmilloti vrtout I un FEDER 13 116 W SILBERBERG CO ANUFACTUKKUS ItllLa i rMBky iilrlllctiil Iiifn mo il tiiutr if and tin rmt nlio W1IOIKSAM3 ttilip anil fltr Ititliuctloii 111 tcli In bflrflv liv falilv Â¬ uiiil Dull I a tfrlu ihrir own iihulllUa wlitn rltt tfiJ lit I will altx futnLh how Is rllilliir lliou llluullr WntK IIIIIUI Represented by W liTMIlfC H Third Street - CINCINNATI O CILLIS - W2mm A kjmiwnmFMj Ilualloii of tlupldiiMtnl at lil i li ou ran ram Dial amount I cliai luilliluf ami irrrlo liotli 111 Â¬ liit rrifiil ii ulraa lut ar at 1 TSillON dent Horton to teach the Wolfe County John M Rme and Chap Swango re Teachers Institute turned from Mt Sterling Wednesday is now and John Rose states that he has made The track at the Fair grounds nearly ready for training purposes and a fortuno in sheep and will henceforth thoe who contemplate training horses be a retired trader They loth say there here should be getting them ready were enough sheep at Mt Sterling Mon Â¬ day to stock the Uni o I States 1 lij Irani NilliiiC liulra much lima urtiia nui uua Jimnill or that I MlwJlCIlMiMwaiL mikliiK orr I lirr llipuaml Uultaia a Var aaili All la nrr iu1 mt i uii iiiluiut Aiir tnu khuw all If voa Alli IB TOIiriMUP 1 a llu iniiiir nni in iimiiii 11 lAf I- BKMiwiintm WJ ismm - - gg irtiH from arh Jinlcl or I liaral rrailr lanlil and pmillrl with rin tlniiint a lara ntnilir mKa arai ciuhlj Paint MADE IS THE BEST ih For AIIIA Hub 4tO Aiiuimim Alulae WITH Dr Tail bee states that John Linden Mrs Harlan Trimble and Mrs dames If you contemplate painting examine Klkins the illness of whom has hereto the Lion paint for which wo hold the fore been reported are all doing well agency before you buy your material No other paint ever did does or will Mrs James Cope of Breathitt is a prove so economical and so satisfactory guest of Dr John A Tail I bee who has Call at this office when you want paint under his medical care her invalid son and well save you money Toinmie and tho little fellow is improvingHD Maupin tiie widoawako hustler of Catlettsburg T W Pelfrey who was recently elect- Â¬ for D H Carpenter of the Day House Thursday ed u school trustee in this district last was a guest last week and as usual week resigned the position and John H and Friday of in Tin Hkkaid Evans was appuinted to the vacancy by with all wlm advertiso good bills here and at Campton sold Mime County Superintendent Horton Dr and Mrs Kashlefton Thursday John Pieratt who returned from Mt morning for a short visit to friends at stei ling Tuesday says the cattle market West Liberty anil stopped en route to at that place on Monday was too dull to inspect the new HrHAUollice which is talk about There was about 100 cattle fast becoming a thing of beauty and on the market but buyers were conspic a joy forever we hope uous by their absence The ladies of the Christian church Prof V H Cord left Tuesday morn last week renovated tho insula ot tneir iK to attend the State Sunday school church buildimr and through the noble convention of the Christian church at ellbrts of a few of the member the Carlisle after which he goe to his home is now as bright as a new pin at Owentou where he will remain until church the latter part of July Peiletriti of tho town are indebted to the ellbrts of Mrs Uu Day for a nice Fred Kellam representing tho house new sidewalk between Main street and f Ford Eaton Co Cincinnati was a the Christian church on Upper street guest of the Day House from Saturday t Monday and while here our old Ac The newspapers of the State will contuuuie friend sold a good bill of grocer fer a favor by adding Hazel Green U to J T Day A Co their list of Kentucky fairs and fixing the date a September 27th I days The contract to carry tho mail between Combs left here a fw days this place and llothwell daily has been Elder D thro secured by our fellow townsman Joshua ago on a six weeks missionary tour mountain ami other The route Harlan Letcher JWIuhIc at 800 per annum here and Campton was awarded countains to Willie Campbell at 200 per year Ambroso M Nickell of Daysborotigh about ten tinyn ago Our old friend John A Adams writ robbed a bee gum got 100 pounds of fine honey for his K from Lexington explains how it wiw and that we got so many daily papers in one trouble x qulto bunch and the explanation exonerates Mrrf Hullo Johnson of or the stomach and til mall clerks and poitmnsters ot all ill with neuralgia Tftie The fault was with the- publish feaNare entertained letnhtvmay not re- Â¬ er of tho paper cover Â¬ R RRYAN The Best is the Cheapest PE ARSON DL ARK It is not a Patent Taint but the best Paint that can bo made by an experiended Practical Painter with the assistance of i WHOLESALE imm 12 H WEST MAIN ST LKXINOTON KY the latest improved and powerful machinery It is guaran Â¬ Will cover one half more space teed to give satisfaction than lead and oil mixed by hand Sent freight paid for rOne reliable dealer wanted in each 150 per gallon town Send for color cards etc to Lion Paint and Color Works LEXINGTON KY TABLERSpil C BUGKEYEJ GREEN HUFFAKER LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Hazel Giiekn Ky May CO ILk Wholesale Boots rmmmmmmmt and Shoes 10 1892 Â¬ Â¬ OINTMENT GURES NOTHING BUT PILES aaaaaaaaaaBaaaanraajaa aBaBanaaaaasaajai Â¬ We have this day completed arrangements with tho above named firm and will handle their goods in large quanA SURE and CERTAIN CURE We especially invite an inspection by the merchants known for 15 yar as tho BEST tities REMEDY FOR PILES as we are prepared to duplicate any and all prices quoted jn HTUHI8 rrtpardtyBICItiBllSOTAtKIHMIiU Louisville Cincinnati or Kuoxvillo Morchants can buy these goods almost at their doors and save laio freight bills DINGFELDFR WITH We are preparod at any and all times to furnish these goods in any and every quality size and price All we ask is a CO trial M ROBINSON Respectfully c J J T DAY CO Hazel Green Ky of Importers uiul Jobbers immmmm CO To tho Trnde of Eastorn Kontuoky Contiguous to Hnzol Green I 1 DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Ealh The undersigned take jdeiiMiiro in nimotinoiiiK that they tliuviuvl ciiniilotcl nr ruimeinentu with the American Hook Company that will onahlo hiwt to noil he chool -- West Main Street IwoLn minuted hv the State Hoard of Kdiieut on at the following reduced rated HM 10 Itnyx Now Klrt Arlthnintic MeUnirev Sinafl Primer vtAx LOUISVILLE KY ItevUed Primer Neeoiiu Aritiiineuo l 17 Third Arithmetic Keleelin Hielle l Key to name 17 60 Tirxt Header HOUSE 11 II 80 JilKh Arithmetic Second Header i YV Kv fiHIN 7t5 Ji II Kev touaHie Third Heuder MoGufleyji lutKcluetle leoKraiihy Mkh LOU DAY Proprlctrtsx ll 60 frl Fourth Header II Thw lioiise hn been recently retitteil uiul 2t Kolcctlo OeoKrMihr T 10 7i Fifth Header reiurnUlifd und the table In at all t linen nup 3d Knlectio Cleyirlthy lSO IS i Sixth tlfatf a4 tl nllril with thu best in the innrkut Raten The above ehooMioik iiulilleatlniiH or the AniericMH hook irHt why r wenKiinwH Sample rnoiii attached and pe NtandardH unit tru hliilll lit all tlllie4 IHVU till nuiiply on hand for d iwhtWM CrUicem rcimonable terftal mcii riUroiiniie olid rate to co Other HehnoMiookti pHhlUhrnl by tk AuKTicaH touulivm or ptiidU at the priced named Y respectfully aollnlteil Hook CouiPttiiy 137 WttlnMVStreet Oiiioliiiintl fupplied Hi f urrrsiiHillHjy lew prlee 41 Nos r37 630 and fil- l- OPaPBSSGHOdt BOOKS - DAY 10 i I 11 f - Subscribe now Only 1 ft year J T IMY A COJIfHMirclreH Ky f - ti