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A iu 5 mm J S JIgtel Green Herald 8PKMCKR C00tiiR ruMUhor ICY IIAZKL OllKKM THE RULING PASSION A tiny tot ef enlj throe Sweet m the dew tbo row Inhale I Kyy dasco upon njr knee The white 1 tell her fairy tales Unclouded J her placid browl No care mvao I such Uvea distress I Doar mo aaya ac I wondor how Id better make hit dollys drosfl A fair young brldo in queenly frowns Come dowa the grand cathedral aisle The mighty orgaa sweetly sounds Awl on her tips a saintly smllo ABd la her heart a prayer not bo For truthfully we nuat confess Bhoa thinking this Td lllco to know What folks are saying of my dress r near tbo gatoi of doath With weuplng kindred at lior sldo All fearful that each floe ting broath Will boar her soul across tho ttdo She trios to apeak I Sho faintly clasps Tho kindly form that bonds abovo And with nor dying bronth sho gasps See that my shroud is ruffled lororH A matron If all the Scriptures say Is true Therell bo more women ton to one In that sweet by ami by where you Urlght crowns and harps with goldon strings Wont plcaso the women there unless Each has tho nioost pair of wings Momphls Appoat ilut all the Joys deslgnod to bless And I may moot when llfo Is done TOfflgouDweY WW tjfftt ffCr Xin I tlIAlTUK XIH CONriNUKD Nearly thirty years liavo gono by since Charles Dickens wrote about tho Savoy churchyard aud the quiot pre- Â¬ I think that on summer nights cinct tho only tho dew falls hero ho said dowthnt is shed in all London beyond And theso the tears of the homolcsa very words may bo spokon of this spot to day to green aud fresh is tho grass and so beautiful arc tho trees Tho place is unchanged and tho familiar flguro of tho chaplain known and loved by everybody is still constantly seen in his old haunts Tho surroundings tho simple dwelling aro altered houses with thoir whlto doorsteps and green blinds havo been swept away but tho coaiics still touch thoir son westers to him as ho glides about and tho childrens faces brighten at his grvoting Tho churchyard was quiot and de- Â¬ serted when Olivo ventured in and sat down to rest upon a seat under tho trees Sho was in perfect harmony with tho tranquil lights aud shadows and tho gravo beauty of tho old gray walls on which tho rocord of centuries was written so legibly yet without any sign of neglect or decay Tho chapol in its venerable strength stood in tho midst of all tho active llfo of to day and linked tho present to tho past In that old church tho good and pcacoful Fuller spoke loving words to those who pat within tho walls and crowded about tho windows and doors to get within reach of his volco And there too ho preached his last sermon to tho wedding eouplo who wcro raombors of his Hook and was carried out of his be Â¬ loved sanctuary to dio Thoru wore no rcgrcti for tho dignities so lately be Â¬ stowed upon him no troubles about worldly things but ouly all humble thankfulness and submission to Gods welcome providence Olivo sat there and meditated and mw tho yellow loaves dropping slowly in tho still sunnhino Watohing them idly at first bIio began after a time to remember that those vory leaves had taWon tho mm and dov of spring and all tho freshness and fragranco of thoso earlier days came back to hor with a sudden thrill stirring hor with emoÂ¬ tions which sho had bcliovod to bo al Â¬ most dead How soon tho autumn of her llfo had comol It was tranquil it might bo sweet but the gladness of springtide is tho ono irrecovorablo joy that In this world can never bo granted to us again Sho eras no longer bitter and deso-Â¬ late yot tho henna of a lost youth which come aftenor to thoso still young than to tho old was too strong for her at this moment Something arose la her throat tho tears filled hor ayes and sho thought she would allow thorn to flow without restraint They did flow and plontcously Onco set flowing they would not stop for thoughts and memories camo crowding after them Every sccno In her brlof cvporlonco seemed to bo suddenly re Â¬ voices long vived at thia momont hushed wcro calling to hor from tho past and drowning all tho sounds of tho present Tho habit of so constantly cultivated for tho sako of others was broken through at self-restraint an expression of authority While ho was speaking Olivo had dried her last tears and sho nnsworcd him with a gentle frankness that touched him I havo had sorrow but It Is ovor I camo hero becauso tho alio said Is so still and restful and then I placo began to cry unawares Ho was You aro looking tired watching hor narrowly and read tho signs of quiet patience in her beautiful Do you llvo far off young face no I llvo with ray unelo who Oh is a bookseller close by Lost Sunday f I camo horo for tho first time It was n surprise to come suddenly on this green spot I had boon longing for a Bight of grass and trees for I was born in tho country Tho chaplain know well enough that this shady nook had been a rcfugo to many who wcro born In the country1 no had soon men and women como hero to ronow tho youth of tho spirit under thoso trees Thoro aro few spots loft now In tho heart of London whero old memories may live and grow Then ho talked to Olive of tho ancient churchyard and Its history and of other things and sho listened and wondered a littlo at her own perfect unrestraint In his presonco Sho would not have won- Â¬ dered perhaps had sho realized that ho had been directing peoplos lives for years learning their griefs and making hlmsolf fully acquainted with their hopes and fears and blunders All sorts and conditions of men and women con llded their affairs to him He could have told how Tom and Sue in the court had got into the habit of knocking each other about tho hoad and why Lord and Lady High tower In May fair novor spoke a word nowadays when they chanced to be left alono together Ho possessed tho rato gift of unlocking hearts and such a gift is only held by ono who is a born director and spiritual guldo of men Mr Sidney had no mystical tenden- Â¬ cies His life was too busy ho took too Intonso an Interest in tho lives around him to havo tlmo for mystical thoughts Ho believed strongly In the helping power of human agency and had all kinds of questions referred to him by all kinds of porsons Ho did not write books ho preferred to livo in peoples hoarts rather than on tho shelves of thoir libraries Evon his ser- Â¬ mons were raroly to bo found in print and In short ho was not ono of thoso men who desire to loavo a groat namo bohtnd them To do his work thoroughly whllo ho lived hero to lift others out of tho slough of despond nnd lead them with a firm hand up to thoso deÂ¬ lectable mountains whero his own soul rejoiced in pure air this was his daily task lleforo Olivo loft tho old churchyard tho chaplain had learned her simple his tory and was quietly devising plans for her future good She wont back to tho Wakes with a brighter fuco than she had worn for many a day I have found a sho said Unelo new friond or rathor ho has found me It is Mr Sidnoy Samuel looked at her with a smile of I havo been waiting infinite contont I knew a fresh wind ho answered would blow into you life but I did not know what quarter it would como from Worn CHAPTER XIV SKAWAHD AYUSTONE AT HOMK tfeovgh ba had a most benign face H Tho girl was singularly clover and beautiful and actually found her way into tho old ladys affections When they roturncd sho was no longer maid but companion And then Claud mot her in tho house In Curzon orcot nnd straightway foil In lovo Thoy must havo attracted Mrs Vll- Â¬ Sho llers notlco said tho chaplain is kccn slghtcd I fancy No sho was qulto blind Morcovor her mind was steadily set on mnrrying Claud to Adeline and bIio thought of nothing olso It was a pity that her oyes woro not opened sooner IJut thoy wcro opened at last Ycb just when things had gono bo far that it was a sin to intorforo Claud was passlonatoly In lovo and upon my word I believe that tho girl was as good as gold Ho had tho banns pub Â¬ lished in a church that was never at- Â¬ tended by anyone ho know and every- Â¬ thing was arranged botween tho pair Thoy wcro to steal off early on a Mon- Â¬ day to be married but on the preceding Sunday tho plot was discovered How asked the chaplain I can hardly tclL It was tho house kecoper who had set a watch I think Anyhow Mrs Villlors burst upon them in a storm of fury and tho companion was sent out of tho house that very day Sho thought of course poor girl that her lovor would keep his word at all costs but sho leaned upon a broken fCyroL tori as she was starting for the nilSii TIIKY WEItK NOW TAUUNO QUIKTLT j When at length her bowed head was lifted soma one spoko to hor In a calm tone that sho had hoard Ixiforc Sho looked up startled and yot strangely quieted and root the gazo of tho spcak er It was Mr Sidney tho chaplain You arc in trouble said tho quiet voice with Its penetratlug sweetness Yon aro In trouble and jou need holp last Ashe stood therotall 1and of dlgnl courage to fled bearing ah lanoo at Ulw saoo4 tbe He was a r If fee ootild stand rmb who looked RtMl anoomfort tie witfcTa ft tfk frop There is no reason why I should not said tho bring her to see pictures You say you can count chaplain upon Miss Villlors Most certainly Seaward answered Adeline is a comrade truo and tried Already sho has seen Miss Winlleld in tho flower shop and does not wonder that I want to know more of her Thoro is not an atom of potty jealousy in Ado lino and rare quality in a woman sho is always willing that a man shall bo happy In his own way Poor girl I wish I was qulto sure about her hap- Â¬ piness Tho chaplain and tho painter had dined together and were now talking quietly over n bright firo Tho weather was clear and cold heavy curtains kept out all possible draughts deep chairs invited rest the warm light foil on paneled walls painted by Seawards own hand Hero wcro golden wheat-cars mingled wlthscarlot popples and ox eyed daisies thoro was a mossy bough laden with blossom a glimpse of shining water and dark rushes filled anothor panel tho noxt showed a frag-meat of snowy woodland It was a porfect room to spend a winter evening in It glowed with rich colors and abounded In small arrangements for oaso and comfort Sho will soon bo married I supposo Mrs Vllllers told mo that tho time was almost fixed said tho chaplain flranny wants to fix everything cried Seaward In an angry tone Nothing Is definitely settled yet Adoliuo has not made tip her mind and 1 begged hor not to bo hurried Some Â¬ times it occurs to mo that wo aro all using tho poor girl vory badly Sho is more aud more surprised at Clauds curious languor No ono has over given her oven tho faintest hint of that dis Â¬ astrous affair of his Has ho not got over that affair tho chaplain askod No and 1 dont bollevo he ovor will ne knows that ho behaved like a scoun- Â¬ drel He wanted to marry Mrs Vllllers companion Was not that It said Mr Sidney Yea My grandmother had ea wotaan aa maid faffed a you Ho did follow hor but It reed was only to bowail his own weakness nnd beg to bo set free Tho chaplains contempt was too strong to bo put Into words and Sea- Â¬ ward wont on He got his release it seems easily enough The girl was as proud as an empress too proud oven to load him with reproaches Sho let him go in si- Â¬ lence and then vanished out of his life Ho docs not oven lenow forever whether sho is living or dend There was a pause a flame leaped up brightly shining on tho chaplains thoughtful faco which looked sterner now than Aylstonc had over scon it before When Mr Sydney broke the hush ho spoke in a tone of deep indignation And you will lot Miss Villlors marry her cousin without hearing a word of this story Aylstonc She came in ono day quito gayly and told me that sho was engaged to Claud I wont to him aud Seaward replied urged him strongly to tell Adclino ev- Â¬ ery thing IJut ho had given grand- Â¬ mother a solemn promise to say noth- Â¬ ing And so tho engagement has gono dawdling on tho man always depressed and conscience stricken and tho girl puzzled and dissatisfied Hut it ought not to go on You know Â¬ Â¬ Yes I havo boon hoping against hope trying to believe that a wrong thing would como right At first I thought that Adeline bright and at- Â¬ tractive as she is would help Claud to begin a now life and a novy love Ilut I havo novor beon happy about tho mat- Â¬ ter and I sco plainly that Claud cannot forget You have all behaved cruolly to Miss Villlors said tho chaplain uncompro mislngl If this story is hushed tip before marriago it is sure to como out And if I judgo Adolino afterwards Vllllers rightly sho la a woman who would suffer acutely under the blow of such a disclosure Besides this ill used girl may reappear I havo thought of that Seaward And yet I fancied answered sadly that alio would not llvo long after Clauds desertlou Hers was tho kind of beauty that ono always associates with early decay I hen sho was very beautiful Would you llko to sco her portrait I mado a study of her said Aylstonc head The chaplain assented and Seaward led tho way upstairs to tho studio Then ho turned up tho lamps and wont to a corner whero two or thrco unf ranted pictures woro loaning against the wall I always meant to put her Into it I had an idea in my group ho said mind but I novor carried it out and then sho disappeared and somehow I have uovor cared to look ofton at this Ho turned tho canvas to tho light and showed a puro dolloatc face and a soft mass of golden hair in which was a spray of jessamine Ouly tho hoad was finished some filmy drapery gathered loosely round tho shoulders was put In with a few careless touehesv Hut It was a llfe llka countenance that looked back on the gazers with beautiful melancholy eyoa ami a faint aralle that fore a picture of Seaward Aylstonos nnd had tried afterwards to describe it to Michael Hut Michael never had patience enough to listen to descrip tlons He always grudged ovcry mo ment that was not spent in talking about himself Two vlsitora woro already in tho studio when thoy went in Miss Vil- Â¬ llors was there charmingly dressed nnd she came forward and hold out her hand to Olive In tho background was a tall weary young man whoso faco was like an Ivory cameo perfectly cut and colorless And tho girl remembered afterwards that hts proud unhappy look had chilled her for a moment Hut sho was a littlo agitated on her entrance and answered tho first words addressed to her with a bright blush which reminded Aylstonc of tho day when ho saw her under tho larches at Â¬ You hear a great deal about sand In tho corner onco more Only this tlmo tho faco was not turned towards bagging just now said a central sta Hon detective tho wall Tho sandbag is no They went downstairs and parted longer used by a professional criminal thoro aro bettor ways of robbing n m somewhat gravely in tho hall On Saturday afternoon the chap Â¬ than by knocking him over tho head with a weapon which if found on tho lain said I will bring Miss Winfleld Ho went out Into tho London night possessor would make it protty hari and Soward returned to tho fireside for him to escape the rough hand of tbo and meditated until tho warmth and law quietness drew hlra nway Into dream Tho sandbag anyhow Is nn ancient laud In sleep ho saw tho fair fucc weapon If the pounding Into insensl hovering near another whoso richer bllity Is desired a billy is far handior darker beauty was always In his wak than a sandbag Nowadays tho crooks ing thoughts And it seemed to him carry as few evidences of their calling that tho golden haired woman looked as possible A vast number of thorn go at him with mute entreaty as If pray- entirely unarmed As for tho highway ing that tho brown eyed girl might havo men many of them have neither rea happier fate than her own volver nor billy when pursuing their Ho woko up suddenly with two lines peculiar business of an old song ringing in his cars and The old old system of garroting is and then ho remembered that tho man the favorite method in vogue and this who wrote that song was resting some- is Invested with certain modern de- Â¬ where under tho green grass of tho old tails Tho victim Instead of being Savoy churchyard Ho went up to Ida pounded Into Insensibility aud hurt m room with a firm step and a resolute as to be permanently disabled Is left heart singing Oeorgo Withcrs well with a temporary feeling of distress whllo the safety of the highwayman li known words in an undertone assured as It was under the old plan If sho lovo roe this bollove I would dlo era Mho should jrlovo Tho modern highwaymen travel in Aylstonc had gono regularly twos threes or fours Isually they go Seaward to the chapel on Sundays for years Ho In pairs It Is lato at night well say belonged to the crowd of deep thinkers A street is almost deserted A pedes and earnest brain workers who gath Â¬ trian hurries along He sees ahead of ered round Mr Sidney and found rest him two men walking slowly almost and refreshment In his teaching Thoro side by side Perhaps they stagger a was a freshness and quietness in tho little as if Intoxicated As the follow chaplains sermons his voice guided his in a hurry nears them they separate to hearers to tho green pastures and still let him pass between When you si waters of life and Seaward who was this move you can gamble the fellows As our an eager toiler spending himself on his are highwaymen friend good of this restful influ- Â¬ passes botween them the nearest art felt the him throws an arm deftly under ence One day he saw Olivo among the eon his chin and the grip on his grogation nnd followed her as wo havo throat prevents any outcry The other seen to her own door Other Sundays fellow punches him in tho bread basket came and he saw her again and again You know how a man feels when het and he longed to speak to her and know hit in tho stomach In a minute thoy have her And then ho opened his mind to rilled his pockets have disappeared and the victim dazed and distressed it tho chaplain Mr Sidney already knew something lying on the ground recovering from the of Samuel Wake and had gone to the shock With an occasional variation to suit book sellers house and talked to Olivo in her own home It did not surpriso circumstances this is the favorite him that Seaward had fallen in lovo method of the highwaymen A few try with this girls faco for the face had a the plan of holding a revolver under a soul shining through It and Seaward mans nose Some still use the hilly was not the man to linger over a lamp sneaking up to their victim from bewithout a flame Nor did it surpriso hind Hut they arc bunglers If two him that the painter should frankly ask men arc walking ahead of you or are for his holp in tho matter Ho was ac- Â¬ coining toward you and separate to let customed as wo know to give counsel you pass between them dont pass to tho perplexed aud aid to thoso who Take the middle of tho street and be pre could got assistance from no other pared to run When highwaymen travel in fours quarter Moreover ho know that a they work this way Tho quartet stind mans fancy whether bred at a corner waiting for a victim They In tho honrt or In tho head may develop into one of thoso deep see him in the distance approaching loves which aro tho blessing or tho Two of the crooks walk ahead The pedestrian tho curse of life unconscious of danger Every love affair is a mystery and walks after them Ilohind him fall in those who bring two persons together the other two robbers The man is do not know whether they strike the surrounded two crooks half a block ahead of him two half a block behind Urst note of a dirge or a To Deum This procession is kept up till a favor CHAPTER XV able spot is reached Tho men ahead IT IS LUCY slacken their pace Tho men behind It was a red letter day with Olivo hasten Tho victim is hemmed in when Mr Sidney took her to tho pain- Â¬ The chances are that ho will meet with ters studio violence for theso fellows aredesperate Sho had been to the exhibition of tho They use a revolver or bily and drag Royal academy with Undo Wake and thoir victim into an alloy if ono is near he had pointed out all the works of great It is a bad trap to fall into artists She had stood spellbound be- Â¬ A man who is hold up generally Â¬ I havo not flattered ber in tho least remarked Seaward and then without further comment ho carried tho picture out of tho light and put It gently down SANDBAGS NOT IN VOGUE Tho Modern Methods Used by Highway men In HobblnR Victims Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ doesnt care ahnut the valuables loses so much as tho slugging he Some vio but theoxperbrcsorts to no needless luice Chicago Tribune highwaymen are unnecessarily brutal SHOWING THE TELEPHONE Tim Pi lomllr liroktir mid IIU Country oimlu He was fresh from tho dewy vales of Wayback and having como up to town for a real old rip snorting timo the idea struck him that his cousin by mar Â¬ Ivow Her nervousness vanished when she Hero wore turned to the pictures poets soldiers statesmen whoso names wcro well known in tho history of our own times Hero wcro women fair and stately whoso beauty had won them a transitory famo and children who smiled fresh and rosy from tho canvas And Micro woro othor pictures full of mystic meaning angels watch ing on the summits of tho everlasting hills a man standing on tho bank of a dark river and looking acrosd to the other side where a woman walked in solemn light While sho garcd tho painter talked to her explaining this and that woll pleased when sho gained confidence enough to ask questions Mr Sidney stood a littlo apart and chatted with Adeline whllo Claud Vllllers standing near his cousin hardly spoko at all Seaward had led his visitor to tho far end of tho studio and Adolino nonr tho fire was still talking to tho chaplain when a faint cry from Olivo startled them all Â¬ Ills Idea of Ilctlon Wer Crude Misa Quilldriver I write stories y Mr Wlckwire What aro yon diving know Thoy are printed In books Mr Cowpuncher Why you siirprU into ray overcoat pockets for There me I used tor have a good deal of is nothing in thorn you ought to sco Mrs Wlckwire No Hut I thought reputation as a liar myaelf out there possibly might bo something r but pshaw It was joat off hand l7ia m jarl other I oughtnt to se ludianapolb never went bo fur as ter printed far facts LU Journal Womans Way to mc coxtiukuj thlngsN riage a well known Wall street broker would be just tho man to assist him in having it Ho was received with open arms During the conversation which ensued the eyes of the rural gen tleman landed upon tho telephone which hung in one corner of his rela- Â¬ tives oflice A telephone was some thing new to him He had heard of them In a general way but had never seen ono in operation so ho expressed a desiro f sec th thing wuk Through this littlo instrument rc mnrkod tho city cousin after committing tho customary and verbal assault upon the Central I am ablo to talk directly with my wife who at present Is in my house in Harlem and hear her replica distinctly Ah hello hello Is that you dearT All right I just wanted to tell you that cousin George is hero Now cousin concluded the broker handing tho receiver to him if you1 listen carefully youll hear exactly what she answers Ho listened Then ho backed away from tho instrument with a pained ex prcsslon Woll queried the broker with friendly smile what did she say I hope yew wont brinU She said th old fool hum to dinner It will never be known exactly hovr tho city cousin managed to expk Â¬ Â¬ Y Commercial Advertiser ti H wj kr V HOME HINTS AND HELPS dnnamon Cake Take Rome bread Amah when it is juwt ready to bake work a Httle fresh lard or butter in it well with frrnnu roll it out sprinkle Plain Omelet llcnt the yelks and Mix whites of two etfK separately small teaspoonful of flour with a onc little milk Mix all together and add hot butter stirring ult lVy in a little thicken then shako until it begins to brown and fold rural cy until a golden Detroit Free or ham can be added jatcd BUfrnr Household Monthly butter and cinnamon Dressing To the yelk egg well beaten add one salt of an spoonful of salt and a half saltspoonful each of pepper and mustard while beat Â¬ ing add slowly three tablespoon fuls of salad oil and one of vinegar beat to- Â¬ gether well Heat the white of an egg N Y and pour over the dressing World Press Mnyonnaibc Meat Take your bones and stow them in a little water with an onion some salt and iwpper and if you like a little savory herbs when the goodness is all out of the bones and it tastes nice thicken the navy with a teaspoonful of corn starch and if it is not very strong put in a bit of butter then place your stew pan on the hot hearth and put in your slices of Warm but not boil Serve with meat llostoii Hudget toasted bread French Pancakes Heat two eggs add to them two table thoroughly spoonfuls of butter lwaten to a cream stir in two ounces of sugar and two ounces of flour when all are well mixed add enough milk to make a batter beat and btir well for u few minutes put it on buttered plates and bake in a brisk When done oven for twenty minutes sprinkle white sugar over them and A wrve very hot with a cut lemon lemon or two should be cut in halves and nut in a small glassdish so that 5 those who like the llavor may squeeze a litHe of the juice over the pancake and then return the lemon to the dish Hashed Cold WELLBESTOWED GIFT Little Irlh Ctrl yho Won Uncle Sums Prlie Uaclc Sam in mora famed for sense anil shrewdness than for more graceful qualities but onco in a while he does u pretty thing Kills Island N Y the magnificent new hinding station which now replace the far famed Cnstlo Garden where for a great inuny years thousands of won derlng and expectant Immigrants Imvo first set foot on the soil of the Happy Land was opened for use on the first day of the present year It had been arranged that the first immigrant to lund there should be wel- Â¬ comed with a gift of ten dollars in gold The first vessel to send a load of immi Â¬ grants ashore ut the new station was the steamer Nevada She lay iu the harbor not far away wultlng a signal from the island When the flag on tho tall fingstalT waa dipped three times a tugv shot swiftly from the shadow of her great hull anil steamed toward the wharf und as it ap-Â¬ proached nonrer there were many guess- Â¬ es among those who kucwof the wuit ing gold eagle as to the nationality sex and age of the lucky person who would be the first to land With the officials were gathered a crowd of friends and relatives of ex Â¬ pected passengers mid among the most eager of these was a hard working in Â¬ dustrious Irishman named Matthew Moore He had come to the United States some time before with his wife leaving his children behind in Ireland until ho could earn a home for them He had earned it and hndsentforthem und they wore coming by the Nevada Suddenly he cried out joyfully Th A A PROFITABLE TALK Our Special Boporter Seoures the Facts lie Determined to Thoroughly lavettl KntA ft Much Subject Tlist la CummenU and lias Hurccadcd IN Y Sun Ch1hj II Tk OMlr On Krer rrlnttd CAH Tw the Went There Is a 8 IncK dlsphty advertlsemMt In this paper this week which has vio twe words alike except one word The same It truo of each now one appearing each week from Tho Dr llarter Medicine Co This house places a Crescent on everything they make und publish Lock fur It send them the name of the word and they will return you book beautlfel lithographs or samples tree Tiikrr Is always better fishing en the other sldo of the river Hlfl STttrntaCa XmimV wiroiinshadamostunusunl Tiir nams Horn ls published you willing to describe It apolis Indiana at 9150 per year Tho gentleman thought a momont and an cxpruHstou of ploasuro passed over his face A tramp will bent a railroad When 1 think ho said of what my wife carpet onco passed through and tho condition sho is Iu to day I caunot but feel gratitude Nearly throo yours ago she was at tho point of death You can understand how sick sho was when I say sho was totally blind and lay inn state of unconsciousness Three dootors intended her and nil agreed that her death wns only u question of hours perhaps May task what tho doctors called her trouble V Uraemia nml puerpernl convulsions so you can lmugiuo how badly she must have boon At iast ono doctor UtAvus Dr R A Qunn said that as sho wan still ablo to swallow one moro attempt might bo made nnd nmedicino was accordingly given her Sho seemed to improve at oucu In a fow 1 huvo had n days her sigbt was restored long long sleep1 she snld upon recovering consciousness und I nm rejoiced to say that she was restored to perfect health wholly through tho uio of Warners Safe Cure which was tho remedy we adminis Â¬ tered when she wum past nil consciousness I looked at Mr Evans oshe said this Ills faco woa beaming wilu satisfaction He continued Tho physicians told us after mywlfoe recovery Hint sho could never endure child birth and yet wo hnvo a llnoboy nearly a year old and do not know what sick ness Is 1 attribute It all to the wonderful power of Wnrnors Safe Cure Why my sister who resides iu Virginia was n while ago uflliclcd precisely as my wife had been lat once advisoil her touso this same great rcuindylt cured herjiromptly You find that it is specially adapted lor women do oaf J inquired v lly no means I huvo known it to be wonderful In Its pqwor In tho caso of gen tlomen to whom rhavdiecointncnded ft I speak fiom my experience entirely and you should not bo surprised that 1 nm so Jlrm n believer iu tills discovery winch lias done Â¬ Two days ago ono of tho inot prominent A word to the wise is suftlclent but it profofl8loual mou In Now York published a is not letter so outspoken so unusunl as to oause who isalways wise to say that word to one suffering oxtouslvo talk and awaken much comment Howevor alwaysthe tortures of a headache risk it and recommend 1 Interviewed tho gentleman as Yesterday Uradycrotlue All druggists 50c to the eomontn of tho letter and ho fully confirmed It In every respect 1I not only Boys may now Indulge In base bawl with did tills but houlfto mentioned a number of out bolng mean or babyish unusual cases which had como under his observation In which little lens than a udra fcSurrrRttns raoM Couans Bork Throat etc should try iroutis Uronc hUil Truchu elo had been performed Bo important has tho on tiro subject be n simple but sure remedy Sold only in bozu como that I determined to investigate It to Price i5 ots tho bottom and accordingly called upon Mr You cant hurt an armless man because AlbortO Haves tho prominent eostumcr ho caut fool anything at No Oil EaHt Twelfth strcot the pontic man mentioned in my lnicrvlow with the nnrciiAMs Piils aro a painless nnd ef- Â¬ doctor yesterday Mr Eaves has mndo fectual remedy for nil bilious disorders quite n name A complcto knowledge of his- U5 cents a box For sale by all druggists tory an appreciation of art and reliability aro essential iu IiIh profession Tub proper thing for a jury Is1 to bo firm Mr Eaves I said I learn that your but not fixed wrgtwplttwlrrwTI hTnZZKto rvsW9 Pkiata r Ml let a Ha THE ONLY TRUE ii TONIC Wilt TrWy KJUDtaKirSL IRON BOOD riv rjra4M JUXYkR YlKorofyoaUu laOHcfwuea Â¬ experience arc at Indian- Â¬ UDIES DB HAWTER hut not a IBKaMeiHmyerxuraieu KiBaDrifnieaea nram m Innrmiiiil bonf narrai biu df recclro nor force mffmritt fram Mlnllnt na nati calUrtattietrMXiulBXl MmjI ft lafa ipeciy cars rmurB roiebloomoucliekibeuufieCoBaplslaa Solil TerTwhrc All cnnlBO roods bear CrovcenU0 bead MaetUHiiJ far 3U pamphlet Hkiiirea itm- - Tjmpvn pr Mf MIWQlWt CO t Lwli yftjWEcis V YOUNG MOTHERS which MtiaurttB Safety t JAfe of Mother mn Chita llo Offer Van JtrmeaTy minutes Theres Alinie A bright little girl of fifteen born indeed on the first of January fifteen years before to a day waved to him from the deck of the tug and pressed forward withher two little brothers close to the railing as the vessel was inooved to the wharf Tho gang plank wns lowered but a stout middle aged German mufiled to Housekeeper the eyes in shawls thrust past her and SatMimu lugs Satsuma jugs or had set his foot upon it when he was bowls of less expVnsive ware are excell- Â¬ caught back by a deck hand who with ent things in which to plant hyacinths u touch of Irish gallantry cried out and they will look well in the center of Ladies first and pushed his little felthe table with these flowers growing in low countrywoman forward in the them Cut flowers so soon fade that unl- Â¬ miinb plaeeShe sprang ashore und ess n hostess wishes her table ti bt was clasped in her fathers arms of a certain color she would better use As her foot touched the wharf the money for growing plants She will be assembled crowd set up a ringing cheer Mil surprised ut the amount of money saved iney gave ine umuiumicu mue Faded flowers can be entirely restored maiden three times three and to freshness by clipping the stems and released then when her father putting them in hot writer away from her iu hug till jii kit inyni ii furnace heat The hot water sends the gentleman stepped up and completed pap from the stem up into the flower her bewilderment and delight by laying Roses have been kept a week by this m ner luinil li hiultlftll limiiirr imlil method Food a richer coin than she had ever Stewed Lobster - Drain the lobster III Wit tiiit Wlf ititCiULimi1 it MIVIIIi lie llIVI her from the liquor Molt an ounce of but- Â¬ that it was a New Years present from ter in a frying pan add the lobster Uncle Sam and she told him Unit it meat and let it simmer for a few min Â¬ was a birthday present too Jt was a utes then add salt pepper and a very pretty scene and a graceful act want half pint of stock or hot water Youths Companion cover and let simmer three quarters of One peculiarity in tlie library of Hr an hour Put in a sucepaii half an Edward Everett Hale the clergyman Ounce of butter and half nn onion minced fry brown and add two sliced and author is a series of market bas kets filled with pamphlets and sus tomatoes or half a cup of canned three okra pods sliced salt and a drop pended from the ceiling in such a way w two of tobasco sauce Cook lifteen that they can be raised or lowered by minutesadd the liquor from the can of means of a pulley and a clothes line lobster and in about five minutes add He is a man of notable absence of niiiid it to the stewed lobster Let all cook and is reputed to have left a prospective five minutes Add a little lemon juice bride and groom waiting at the altar while he went on a fishing trip and serve Ladies Home lournnl Do yez remember the tall about FASHIONABLE NOVELTIES Foigns and superstitions the other even New nml Odd Articles Oi do Have in Mrs Flannugan Scon aY Mm low Eaix clcrn yez thried the horseshoe yit The cologne funnel is a welcome ad- Â¬ an we have an it worruked to wonst dition to the toilet table It hadnt been up two hours before it fell Shoe tie clasps are in both silver and on Michael and broke open his head Now all he has to do is to He in bed and Pld and aru even jeweled Silver reflectors are intended for dhraw Is money from tho lodge Washington Star reading and sick room candles Silver billiard ehalk holdersbelong to What is tho nicest Gini Ccstombii tveU cquipped My beat billiard rooms Clerk Hmlllns thins in veils Maecuroni forks ure expressly de girls face N V Herald Uffned to ensnare the slippery edible Special boxes of plain and repousse Tnr moro trials tlioro aro in a lawyers JhlcuBO llfo tho fewer hla trlbulutlonsl work are designed to hold tooth rimes Â¬ - MOTHERS FRIEND CToj P IMbHILKLLw unarrdiiutltillnpalnnmtdld weukiirM aftcrwnrd muni In auch caacn AXNlBOAOKlniprMoJan lAllilWl ATLANTA GA Itobn Conjtnnmant of it Aatttf Horror mI MUk After tiMnirono boltlo of Motfcr r e noicxpfrloncoihn Mrs chnrgen prspald on rfChJi Sent tjr rijre price tUO per bottle Uook to Moltiera walled roe UUADFIKLD KKGlISiATOH CO VOLI UY ALL DBUGQISTS Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste and acts gently yet promptly on tho Kidiloys Liver and Bowels cleanses tho sys- uyinj tcn9 pf your o5 w Â¬ I I iu A 1 111 Â¬ to milch for me I was not surprised 1 saw by every word by every look thntMr Eaves meant nil he said I had ninplo coullrmntlon oT Dr Uhiiuh letter and Interview and I do not wonder that people ho have necn such things who have watched their dearust friends go down into the dark valloy and be brought hack into tho light should bo both cnlhuHliiAtic and grateful 1 myself cnught tho spirit and 1 hIiiiII be glad if tho invent Batious 1 have made prove or prolll to those who may read them KrlciHMIilp tem effectually dispels colds heacU aches and fevers aud cures fyabitufl constipation Syrup of Figs is tho only romcily of its kind over pro- Â¬ duced pleasing to tho tasto aud ac- Â¬ ceptable to tho stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from tho most healthy and ngreenblo substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and lmvo mndo it tho most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for salo in GOc and 81 bottles by nil leading drug- Â¬ gist Any reliablo druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any eubstitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Water Proof pOlin eerne X In the tterra b141n the end tlctit at here ihoira er an wbtr ltt wbl re tliero la a aeam and tea If It la water Ufht Thtm are irooaa iu ua manet uvat loskTary aica ai mil wiiLfiaas AkA ertry atnm a Wa warrant k wm COAT pl alranl Towersto lAllKUVcIJ atrJKO aaam antt beveier twht erery ttiryvhtre thtt alio not to er ttitk and aulluirlteourUialcratu make gvod any ttUckor Sllchcr tnt fi falla In eltlier polflt Wntcla Ont Rr the Bafl TTnlm Cottar Uraiul Trad Urk and J Jth TOWBR tfrt Bosteo Ami i with nur rnnioHn Well llnrhlucry The onlr and imrfoct lantdruppJiiH UhU In uu wTimwi NTMRN L0OMIS BORE WELLS fm mOHlO DRILL 2Wm WELL FUICK TirriN eHio FAT FOLKS REDUCED iaiege i SAN FRAN0ISC0 CAL LOUISVILLE KY HEW YORK rNL V5M5to2Slhorormonthu7hrtnluliorta JremiMllpa Kotinrlnanolnoonvnleuc f uni notadeffBctaHlrlatlronnflnentlaL V OWPilNTiKUUoViekeraTutran7dKOblcaofIlJ arftaMC THIS NY Friendsip is one of the greatest boons that life can have As Ilncon says it redoubleth joys and cutteth grief in halves Hut where brotherhood - is united with it it attains a still richer result for then it has a world of memories and early associations iu com mon the mutual love of the sumo honored parents tho recollections of the same beloved home mid past scenes vividly impressed on the minds of both in which no other friend however dear can possibly share Farm and Fireside Â¬ i w rank MarlMrtt - 7s Theres Money In It - powder Mottle tubes and perfumery clips Elevated ers and sprinklers bitters bottles are in two sizes A bill may be more ornamental but no more welcome in the new bill railroad ticket cases come in s made of all the pretty new leathÂ¬ What iHlovel Two head with but a Blnsjlo thought two fools that act Hlco one UoHton Trauscrpl That remains to ho seen ns tho boy said when he spilt the ink on thotableoloth Loudon Answers elvo be country the shako the Malaria us it prepared for remarked I Tiiixii Ml Ruviunrn vour superiors but a door cushion or rWUpooiiH for Homan punch and let them mo you for a mnt Winner ires are gold lined and Pointed LnAiis from tho Inirplar so humble bother him who may Bet tho credit for his an instrument as the wor- k- Saratoga Union Wo for repressing the growth of corns handles of ivory pearl shell and crank Is one that runs tho A HAnMirss J do Th Wgold 6d Gentlemens belts are luxuriously with buekels and chains of silver business Texas Slftings not DiMirno Cannot bo Cured bv local applications ns they cannot reach lh diseased portion of the car Thure Is only oneway to euro Deafness nnd that i it hy criiihlrutlouiil remedies iJeniiiocaused by an liillamed condition or the mu Â¬ cous Unliig or the Eustachian Tube When tills tube gets liillamed you huvo a rumbling couiul or imperfect hearing and when ii Is entirely dosed Deafness Is the result nnd unless the Inllnmmatiou nm he taken out and this tube restored to its normal condi Â¬ tion hen ring will be destroyed forever ninu eases out of ten are eun cd by catarrh which Is nothing but iri lullumcd condition of the muioiirt surfaces Wo will give Ouo Hundred Dollarr for any easoo Deafness rinsed by catarrh Hint cannot bo cured bv Halls Catarrh - washing with Pearline Theres ease and comfort in it too and 1 safety heres wear saved on every thing washed theres work saved in every thing you w ya or if do Theres no time vnstd 11 7 7J I and little time spent Theres nothing like Pearline Theres no harm if you use it theres no reason m uomg wnnouc jr Cmluc Km K lhl 5s or te fcamei louline WmkfkKTf iTlP 1Al SE as W1 as never peddled If your crocers IT3 IeaiHuc in JL afl VV OtJL s send W9 you an imitation be honest wid it bielk JAMES 1VLE New York -- rcdillers anil some unscrupulous grocers will tell you Y s LQVELL DIAMOND CYCLES In KV For Ladles nnd Conta Sis atvlai Pneumutlo Cushion and Solid Tires 4Bg wlt tllfeli fftUloj rest Diamond tal Drop Foiclnct Steal Tubipci AdfuttaWe Ball Qtarlngt to all running parti including rtauu autpeniion siouia Ffj Cure SQiid 1 tSJTSold by Iiimv Co liruggl8iH7Hv - foitciriulnr free 1 Toledo O learue nii JOHN P LOVELL ARMS GO lend StriaUy jaXQJt ORApE in Evory 0 eqotaln iUupa for dnr 10U paro iliuitrateTeafa l of tiatil Hlflci ItcTolTrri Sporting ioodn etc Partioulr MASS Vlfrs 147 WathlnStn SI BOSTON r iiMn camera is a new roieign publican Rome boys ashing excursions turn to wuil Jl The idea is that when the thief people do oUiavo lug on their return home raw your purse is unfortunate the purse will catch thoVamo faculty forthat trouble getting out of Ms features that they have loi sotting out of work Heart slmpa purses of kid are intro- up n job hoarch ThcM nri of whlte ia ml kW Yotsn innu in oyster of which chcor SS an ope o tho filigree gold tan suede with bronze and consider it lie comes wlicn ho doesnt xpoct CLgmV Mle wltn cut htuc1 mmnt IIo i A urnr llostoii girl complains because she cant Hud anything about the dates of tho aurora in Ihealmanttcs ot a boy It Is not Awrunirv cuiHldenulon tlio salary of crlndstoiobvtheaid violent tiims HlnBliuiton Hc the side show fut lady Washington Star THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED StJacobsQil AFTER 22 YEARS 111 Bnn Whyureoldinaid8BO odd jvfJJ a 1 Hmnmtr For these gold studs Trnsr Mudiro Oh 1 sav old man how fa Away i in lluU fol1Vuul chased aru are ou off flnanelallv I Yabsloy Indianapolis JouruwL ired What younf woman who is going to the At tub Toix OATK Collcctor sheep eoun Half a drywlth her dog this summer Hnda have ywi got thatcartl per Hldcre Allvo or dead -1- 1 Motto Whistle u necessity The fuceted Hie0f gold mixed with platinum is looked Alas I said tho rich man as he need a JJJwt buHlne at tharecord of his prodigal son I change of tielr V like-ewekrCir- JntHtlonhliow thut the feminine Worn wlh bmztM ls to Prc HecauBO theyro single 4 1 uppose N Y Herald GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN t SAPOLIO a Newton May 23 1S88 From 1863 to 1S85 about 22 years I suffered with rheumatism of the hip I was cured by the use of St Jacobs Oil Wewml IAYFEVER- P HAROLD HAYKS - thoKTAXEof every 8uierar frcw Deal Uaaleat to Ua Vlton Ilemcdjr tot Catarrh la tbe Wf wtd Caeupeat T C DODD TtAMAIN KTIIKKT ASTHM MDJ Sold by dnufglata or aent by Mail 60c E T Uu4 tlae Warm Pa Y H Mala aruiK i an rnt HVrVMAt M WMKW WauilXal mi tat tke f aW A Afiaiailaaiiial hi 1 ill JLBaaMaal ftKitl t ii i flWJKV - f PR Afrt Awt2nl--fMlyH Â¬ Â¬ ASHLAND PARK BERMUDA 5874 Yearling exhibition 2i1i i two year hi recMK jhu nm uc ord VDiU three year old record 2222 lucaus arc jiiirrifoii iiiimi four vear old record tMrd heat Ucpublican ranks he no milking in the live year old reuonf 2204 fourth heat said Those who were for Jilnino are lllaek horse lfi wlx vear old trial 217 now for tho man who won In nifair fight luiml hiuli foaled June 1A 18M I llrud at c 5 SIALUOJSJFQR 1892 HAPPY WEST 1 JlwrtidsburjtWttly 25h 5dftt iml 5 cljtyi TUK SljHriwburr August Uli4 days Springfield August Oth day a Columbia Auguat Iftli J daya Lawrcnceburg August 0th U day Nlcholiavllo August 10th ft day CiimplMillirllfti AugtftlIOtli 4 daya Uniuntown Augtwt IGth 0 toya Mayavllle AngtiHt 23rd GUaya Ml 33rd dcy Jtbanon Henderson August 2Jrd flifays I dayu JUindtui Aupustuh Lexington Augtfrtt J4th 6 days Frankfort A Uguat 80th 5 days JariH September Otli r daya Uardntown September Uh 5 days Howling GreenlSent 6th - dava Winchester Sept 18t1i day Kligabotlitown Sept 18th 4 daya Horao Cave Suptombor 20th 4 dayH Cytithlana September 25Uh 8 days Hartford September 28th 4 dayH Mt Storliiig Sept 29th 3 day Otventon October 4th 5 days A tiood HiiKKtln The adjournment of tho impeachment court lat Saturday on account of Jen Wenvora bclly acho cost tho people of tliia eommonweath nearly UQ One lose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Komcdy would have saved this expeiiHe and we Miggeat an a matter of economy and humanity that tho State provide ngaiiiHt futuro contingeneies of thin nature by furnitdiing each Senator with a bottlo of that valuablo reined v 2 and CO cent bottles for wale by Kone loncs Â¬ VftSHl Mat ur Unuie J Iff OiiIiiIuiin Harrison la Btrong on account of his conservative viewB on the currency Cleveland is tho ideal candidate to op pose HarriHon Ho is the only man who can draw to himxelf tho Independent votes of the State of Now York lie is a conservative man like Harrison In New York not less than 40000 or fiOOOO vote at Presidential elections who dont consider themselves attached to any party They will vote for Cleveland He fail to neo any man who wont vote for tho nominee of the party Tho pres ent Democratic association of tho State of New York will be loyal to the Creve land ticket aud though I can notNpeak freely on tho subject I believe Tammany Hall will alao faithfully support tins ticket If Cleveland be nominated I am even satisfied that Cloveland will bo eji thusiaatically supported in Brooklyn Â¬ Ex Mayor Grace of New York Hays W Are you troubled with corns or bun Â¬ ions If so let us give you a little advice Pare them down as closelv as pos sible without drawing blood then souk theni 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 be worn for a few davs to protect them from the shoe As a gene ral liniment for sprains bruin lame back or rheumatism Pain Balm is all that can be desired CO cent bottles for sale by Rose A Jones Â¬ Â¬ and will deliver their votes to tho nomiAshlund Park HIUKIHIY KANKKK414I nee Where the light is thickest there slrt of the Maine men will be found The ut On n brother to Lysunder Wllllmu lysauder Kearney Hoy 220k Watt 22 W terances were received with tremendous 2 W4 and Lvsander Chief UUtl applause Klrst Dam Tatlle Palcheu trial 2t8griindnm of Chesuut Wllks 221 by Mambrlno unit Nkln Ointment Cliiiinltorliilnx Ki Patehen ulre of the dam of Juy Wilkes ij A cmtTAiX cure for Chronic Sore Kyes 2t5W Antral 2 18 Khna Wilkes 218 leora 218f lloiirl 217 Klvlrii 218 Tetter niH lthcmii freiilcl l Old and iwenty niitti others it the20 list Chronic Sores KeverSores Eczema Itch Hlood Maudy by Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles Second dan of the dam Stanhopes 217K of Aliuont Hawk she It is cooling ami sootmng Jiunnmis ot and Aloy Wilkes 22utf cases have iieen cured by it after all other Third dam Iattle hv Downing Vermont treatment had failed It is put up in 2ft sire of the dam of Kuigiua22i Muinhrino sire of Kit furry 2184 and no cent txixes rorsalu ny uoso iv llriiue 2IU i Ills Vermont sire of Dell Wilson 2 23 octJyl Jones liouner llov 22t and sire of the dams of Nelly Kriir For Imegor Abel 22 itf tol llrmUliuw 220 CLOUD 5195 L 22aj4 Praegcr the young newspaper Outlaw Clumbetlu 221 Tho King 22Sh Otto 22i lVarl 230 reporter who left San Antonio lexas Fourth dam Jessie hv Thomas letrersou April 8 f r the City of Mexico on a lie is a leaiitltul black with right hind bicycle succeeded after a hazardous ankle white vtantls tri hand high and is a journey through the desert of Coahuila perfect liore all over having hoth hone and anil the Sierra Mojada Mountains in substance combined with the form and linlsh reaching the City of Durango May 10 characteristic of tlie cross ho so well repreMuinhrino On May II he set out for Moatlan on sents viz llambletonian sire audas Iatchcu dam This cross stands the very the Pacific consj MO miles distant since best hccaiiMR puhlio purforiitances have dewhich time no tidings of him have been monstrated its value Of its many reprereceived Croat uneasiness is felt at San sentatives not one is the superior ot Hermit da for not one has demonstrated the samo for his safety Antonio ability to train on from year to year begin ning with the yearling form None are betA Ciiarintil Itoiiioily looking bred or Megrimine tho only permanent cure terAs a sire better his success is assured as out of for all forms of headache and neuralgia eight his first crop two entered the list last relieves the pain in from 15 to 20 min- Â¬ year as two vear olds namely Hermuda Hoy For sale on positive guarantee at 22ihalf mne track aud Uosemary 223j utes the largrst Thk HkiiaIiD office or sent ostpaid by Hermuda Hoy being one of his first uoltswinbe mail on receipt of price 50 centa a box ning two vcar olds of 181 ing foaled hi 1881 ludgud at this age no stallion ever sired more uniform natural Kohhml of ftUOOO He gaited colts with speetl unprecedented Peter Garner of Adelia Iowa was will stand for mares season of 18I2 at 200 robbed of 2500 three miles from there TO IXSIMtK tlit money to lie paid as fob 100 at tho time of service aud the Two men persuaded him to draw money lows from tho bank aud start to the country other 100 when the mare proves in foal Parthirty with them to buy properly On the way being limitedtotobreed to outside mares book him had better ties wishing a confederate joined them in the timber their mares early and robbed the entire party Garner returned to tlm citv nnd- the others drove j 2036 off in a carriage they had hired KxhibitioiNrial Oct l 1885 223 When people are bilious aud dyspeptic Hay Horse 13 hands 3 incites high toaied they neeii a laxative medicine in such Slay 3 1878 The handsomest son of his eases Avers Pills give perfec satisfac- great sire and the handsomest of any trottton t ting bred in the United States SIKtil HY JKOKUK WILKIN 222 Both Witrti Drovroeil Sire of llnrrv Wilkes 2I3JJ Guv Wilkes Frank Weston and George Murray Mike Wilkes pacer 2l3i So so 217 Wilcox 213 Wilson pacer 21 2 Wa aged Aix and eight years respectively Joe Hosu Wilkes 2 WW Wilton quarreled while on a boat at Gryud Frank tried to push ltupids Mich not proving in foal have the ustiul privileges the breed sound highlv fiiiinhed trotters and George in the river and both fell in and haveMares bred by bred season and fillies out of producing dams by a greaterof return colts for sale high number of prominent sires thnn anv farm in the land Murrays body has been For sale at prices based on actuul individual merit I wish to farm or breed on the shares twentv approved marcs For further infor were drowned recovered and Grand river is being drag- Â¬ mation see the Catalogue which can be had AShlanfJ Patk Fami LeXltlRtOH KV ged for Westons Marcs kept at regular rates on indication 1 1 Â¬ irii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FAYETTE WILKES I Â¬ 2li i ininker2lil i Flora Wilkes pacer2iy Tom Rogers 220 fce KlrNt dam Sally Hamlet winner of two year Hnyf Stallion foaled May I st brt t old Hamlet stakes In 1873 by Hamlet tslrn Ashland Park MIUHI HY HAJTY MKHIlM 100 of Loretta I 218tf A V Pantlind 2201 Lady M 223 Leon Sire of Niuicy Hnubs 20 Marie- Cobb 2s 13k Truro paeer 222 Kddie C flaeer 220 Norman Medium tine 228k Hrookslde Flora 22I and the dams of Tliornless 218KCvclone 223J 220 Cauillo 22Ul4 Ihu Medium 22 Brigadier 2 21V Harry Medium 221 Uranby 223M Jraceful 223j and Ham Kdltu 2 22 Kruetl letta 2i21lf First Love 222 Maltravcrs222ji Ac Second ditiuSal dam of Coaster 22ill Captain Clay Driftwood ami gratulaui of First dam Mamie West duni of Cupnaii throe year old record 233 Adeline 231 14 Marlowe purer 213 by Cauadn Chief West Hank 237 three years old Ac hv sire ol lams of Oovernor 2 to and Joe Allie West 7 13 sire of lewett 2 M Hooker sire Maud Mueev 217 Ac ley Friel 21U Third dam the dam of Sofo that produced Frank Chump 2 HI rimi-lmUV O oriy Ihulwtl 11 iji Hlanehe 223 V4 by Imp Yorkshire sire of also hire dams of Mollic Wilkes2 22 1 j the dum of Ashland Chief sire of Hlaek Allie Wilkes 222 Haven 220 l l Wei Jloud 217V Wilkes 2 28 I -- I Ac Fourth dam hv Woodpecker thoroughbred Second duni Madam Headleydlam of Mis sire of Prince 227 Si ten miles in 2801 Mabel winner two year old Kcntiickv Tho foe of Fayette Wilkes is within the Hreeders Stake 1881 and Kaphhin dnrii reach of all mid lower than that of any of Lockliart 211horse of equal merit in Kentucky Season by Stanhopes lidwin Forrest 831 sire ot Harry Stanhoiie 2 31 MHor2iUTO INSlKF son of Kdwln Forrest 4 sire of Hillv Ilo kins 22ti Chaiupaune 230 aiid tin dams of So So 217 1 4 dam of All Sf 220 Mambriuo Dudley 210 Lomlou 220S Ac Out of the dam of Hlaek Cloud 217K his sire out of tho dam of Wilson 2ltV Third dam Mr Stanhojie by Mambrlno Chief II sire or Lndv Thorn 2 Hav horse foaled March 31 1881 Hied at Wood ford Mambriuo 221 Sj and four others Ashland Park His sous sired Loudon 220u luiieoiikt SIUKI HY AHDALLYIr WKST 2383 221 sire of Patron 214 t t and 7 olli Sire of Wilkin 227 ers His daughters produced Piedmont First dam the dam of Hlaek Cloud 217f 217 1 Director 217 sire of Direct by Pilot Walker pacer 218 1 4 pacing 20t5 Margaret S 2124 Second dam the fluke Pacing Mare Ac anil 21 others in the 30 list NOTK Abdullah West 2383 by A Hie West Fourth dam by Hunts Commodore sire of first dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson 2liK dams of Commodore Helinout tsire of or- by Clark Chief second dam Ohio by ne Hello 2231 Donoaster 228 4 Cera- American May third dam brought from ilium 2 28 Si Ac and Mauibruuellosireof Ohio and represented to be hv Hrowus Sadie Howe 22ti Tom Hrittou 2 2fi Ac Hellfounder Abdullah West died at six Fifth dam by Coppcrhottom grundsirc of years old He was the most promising dam of Hosalind 221i and Donald 2 27 colt I ever bred NoTK Happy West is a rich maliogiiiiv West Cloud is a rich mahogany bay 13 bay 10 bunds J hchcs high and a horse of hands 2 inches with black maneaudtail decant style with us good action as any and black legs extending above knees and sou Happy Medium ever sired as at tw hocks He is a powerfully built horse for years old he could trot in 240 and would liis height aud lias the most finished set of have trotted in 2 30 at three years old luul it feet and legs it is possible to get on a horse not been for an accident 011 the cars hv of nay breed As a two year old lie gave which one of his hind legs was injured evidence of being pnNMSMd of remarkable causing him to have to be thrown out of speed as with little handling in- trotted a training In this horse have the utmost half mile in 118 I 3 and miles in his work confidence as a great sire being by Happy in 2 llijj i three years old he was not Medium one ot the most notedof the sons trained owing to a very severe attirck of of Hambletouiaii and out of a daughter of pink eye He also did no work on th- track the great Allie West the second dam is the as a four vear old Asa live yearold he was dam of Miss Mabel and Hapidau who is her jogged and trained lightly more for the pur first colt produced Loekluirt with a record pose of ascertaining if he was entirely re- of 214 It is my intention to stand Happy covered than with a view of testing his West the season of 1SP2 at 30 INSrltANCK speed In a few months he trotted a full thus atlording opportunity to farmers and mile in 238 and half in 113 The season breeders to secure tin services of one of the 1800 he served a few mares of my own greatest speed producing representatives in and was not put to work until September the country at a nominal price us he will lr 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 other son of am fully convinced he will with a seasons the great Happy Medium out of as good a training trot in 2 20 I will let him serve dam stands at such a low figure but I 11a twenty mares season of 18U outside of ten determined to let the public test his merits of my own at 10 INSlUANCK Monev as a sire believing in the near future he will due when mare proves to be in foal be among the best in the country aiu - 1 1 - 1 1 - 1 1 WEST 1 1 - 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1111 1 Â¬ Suratrparilhi No other blood medicine so utilizes the results of scientific inquiry as Avers Do Business With a Homa Institution c MHKMHlDHHHiMMMHHaiHBBnBHHHBHiHIIMaiHaHIH B J TREACY Â¬ A wind storm paed over the town of Wells Minn on Wednesday week de stroying property and dealing out death to over thirty human beings Â¬ THK CLAY CITY Mary what preparation keeps your Halls Hair Kcncwer hair so beautiful always National banK CLAY CITY KY fBCBiBBiTa fmf H iB Â¬ Jjlue nnd his gang of desperadoes which tho officers havo been trying for years to break up Many lives havo been lost in tho attempt McCall and Ne ter were deputies of United States Marshal Dick- erson oi raris lexas and were in pur suit of lllues gang when killed by them Tho crimes laid at the door of the gang and for which they aro wanted include all in tho calendar lllunn Gang The trial of Wils Howard at Lebanon Word has leen received at Atiika IT Mo last week for murder resulted in a FLOYD DAY FHANK H KVSSIJIJ that Dill McCall and Robert Nestor were hung jury and he was sent back to the Cashier President murdered on Wednesday of last week St Louis jail for safe keeping No Hank in Kastern Kentucky has better near tho Uruner settlenuiit by Negro vaults nor better facilities for keeping your account KHIml by Nro Capital 50000 For Bilious Attacks heartburn sick hoadache and all disorders of the stomach liver and bowels Just as sure as hot weather comes there will bemoroor less bowel complaint In this vicinity Every person aud es pecially families ought to have some reliable medicine on hand for instant use in case it is needed A 25 or 50 cent bottlo of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlarrhum Remedy is just what vou ought to havo and all that o would need oven for the most severe and dan gerous cases It is tho best tho most reliable and most successful treatment known nnd is pleasant to take For sale by Rose A Junes Â¬ Ayers Cathartic Pills are the Dry Goods notions H safest surest family use and most popular medicine for Ds Ayer Lowell Mass J C Co Managed entirelv hv home people who know you and who are id ways ready to This combined young stallion will make accommodate you the season of 1S- - at our stables in Hael Money to loan on reasonable rates K Jreen Ky and will serve mares at TKN Call on us DOLLAHS TO INSlHK ALI VINO COLT money due when the mine foals with a lieu on colt until the money is paid or if the mare is parted with or bred to another horse the money is then due HKSUtllTION ANM PIUUliliKK WIIOIKSAIK DKAIKItS IN IOLD DCST is 7 years old thoJSth day of May 18W Hi hands high a beautiful chest nut with star and white hind feet beautiful His power style and action inane and tail are unsurpassed He was sired bv Senator Hlaokburu he b Dillard Dudlev he by John Dillard thegrandsire of Iliii Thomp son record If lit Frie McCloud ami Nick with records better than J His dam was Third Hace and Union Sts sired bv lie Phillips horse the sire of Hlue CINCINNATI O leans lie bv Jen Taylor Ac Also at the same stables will he found the We carrv the goods that will suit vniir elegautlv bred voting trotting Stallion trade and our prices are Til K LOWFST Special attention to mail orders GOLD DUST 4t0RRESTiT0NEWALL Uulitiorry In Moutiuui News has been received at Helena Montana that the stage between June tionin tho Crow Ueservationand Mimwl Shell in the Yellowstone country was held ut ThursdaVof last week Xn In formation U vouchsafed as to what was Jli TB taken Tho hold up no doubt is the KftVETotf itooH rTrr H work-- oi uio Hftmu gang that stopped the ICttcoiniucmlml iim tho Ilont IX great Falls Hillinga stage June 8 aud Lc Maiu Plymouth Co May ItfrO show that it ha been working east 1 suffered lrom temporary BlisjpluiiinoBa from Oiliccra went In pursuit of the robbers ovorwork for two yonrH for which I uuod Pastor Kouulg a Nrv Tonlo iviul cnu recommend name ICImwootl Htiiuk l uriu in tho bout moiliohio for atuiUivr IiouIjIo P 1IOUMIOH8T Mr W H Gentry writes I am glad AT LAW CitANor Temi October 1800 of theopnortunlty to speak In praise of Owing to a runaway ftlniut ft year no my son wonderful Quintiii Ointment Have your wkm reejun mended to several friends who aro about thrown from k wnon uud sovoroly hurt th head For niniiy days ba wua ontlmly as well pleased with tho results as I am bealdv hlimtolt wul inviug and neisttM coutlnunl llor Curbs Splints Spavins Putft and wntchlng At this tlino i luanuvl if Pastor Koe all bunches una tbislstundard remedy ul Nervo lmlo uud at cue ordorcl n ltoltle After I hd gfven him tho socoml doso bo fell Sold by Rose Jones Into a quiet Klip and cenM rnvinj Tho uoxt day bo wan inueh hotter and wheu he bud mod The llulhiuw AVoro Not lyiucil up tho content of tho bottlo bo mm entlroly ro It is probable that the story of the torHl ftud is to U1U JfcllHD UHUSKWKU JT Ivnchinyof four Italians on tho lino of Narvom W1I0M2SA1K 1UY HOODS the Mpnto Cristo railroad la unfounded IIUUU ftv1lll90elc to any addreM lllsHii Mitt trv ca alw obuia NOTIONS 1U JOTS S 1 0 1CS c THK CLAUKXDOX BUnt P m tho following dispatch from Geteholl I fl I I thU iHeUdtie free of clmrxe I 111m l Cor Li nuts tone and Hiort sts the nearest telegraph station would in CATLKTTSHlKO KY tho luireiiarqd nl miMKlyliM Vrt NVTne lndbyaiuc llevrnd fedly liiixivinoN Ky TAioor komiki UT ao4 dltatoivfSubContraetor Paine has just UuowjHtw- ot uncturliU dlrooUou br Uia W II UOSWELL Pitoiimrroit arrived having left Smith Hrw camp TXONT forgot tho fact that you can Tlmre has been nddjul an Annex with 20 KOKNIQ MED CO Chicago III yestOLday hmrpiug JJo says tliero has -- get the best writing paper at thU nllieo largo well voiiihuod rooms Street Cars noon m disuirbance f any kind when SoMWylkHtfrkUattflvwIleM pus the door every five minute Lntntltal ho left Large Job printing cheap at this oillCe within two squares of depot BdtUarr Htn Â¬ 1 ill JBS r k 1 rnrr Record 2A0 This combined sjallion will make the season of IMH1 at 10 TO INSlRK A LIV INJ COLT monev due when the mare foals is parted with or bred to another horse with a lien on the colt until the sea son monev is paid This stallion will be at the Ntubles of J H Cecil tone mile from Kzel the first and third weeks of each month and at W 0 miles west ot West Libeity on Henrys Caney the second and fourth weeks of each month DKSORimoN AND PKDIORIX Hay witli black points seven years old this spring hands high Sired by Main brino Forrest he bv Ned Forrost Jr he by Sims Ned Forrest he by Alexanders Kdwln hlef -- iul Forrest 1st dam bv Mambriuo dam by Yirginia Whip Id dam by Sir Archie lorrest Stonewalls 1st dam by llrowns Stonewall 2d dam b Tom Crowder M daia by Halls Copperhottom Itli dam by Old Who will serve a limited number of ap- Fancy by Old HroWu Pilot proved inaies at TKN DOLLARS TO IN food care will be mares left with SlHK A LlVINfJ COLT 011 same terms as u but we will not taken of lie responsible for acci dents should anv occur Livery Feed and Sale Stable above hihmntion and ikimluck CK IL A IIKNRY POST HOY lit was sired by Post lov West Liberty Kv HAZEL GREEN KY record -- Jt he by Magic sire of Cleiumie Alice Stoner J M Mvsterv 2 ii --M5 Sit Double and Single kv dam Mollle Kuiery sired bv Stratlimore Higs and Saddle Horses sire if Santa Clans 217 Tucker I lti K Seiuieoloii 2 Ill for hire Parties convey Cricket 2 10 Adonis J ed to any point on reason Sister V L1SS lluuimer Charles This coiiihined young Stallion will make f Derby -- JO Faitstino Honnic Wilmorc the present season of IM12 able terms miles from and a number of Hazel Orccn at the table o H 222l4l Hluxeberrv will also attend to all culls for auc- others in the 2IW li t POtST HOY IK is at the low price of tioneering and solicit business of this kind a beautiful chcMnut witli no marks 7 cars Hespectfullv k 6 old May loth IViJ 11 hands inches high JOHN l IMFHAIT aud gives promise of being heard from in Money is foaled alive with the future among trotters Any one- who N a lien 011 due when colt colt until cumiii monev is paid A II JsTAMPKK tamiliar with Sidners Post Hoywil readily Tom Ciaii will be I veins old the lTtlt recognfie Post Hoy I r hands hmh has line He is It of Ma And last but not least will bo found at day and can show gait color three the same Ntubles the woll kuoun and highly lie is also a lititndille horse minute KY CAMPTON appreciated JACK lie was sired bv ho well known Iruler horsehu by the Phillips horse Histipd Oilers bin professional services to thu citi dam was by Hlackhaw k ami sn out ol a zens of Walla and adjoining counties Will make collections and remittances promptly Who will serve mines at TFN DOLLARS mare by llav Hassinger he bv the I -- - r TO INSlHK A LIVINti COLT on same hoine a standard bred horse that stood in terms as abovo described This lack has 110 Illinois Tho Prater horse was out of a II MAUHX superior as a good breeder ubrated Virginia mine VJTH Tom Cm It Is a good individual N p Care will be taken to prevent accidents we will not lie rrsiiousililesliould anv oe ing himself a line breeder and his tdt arr hut DAY CO cur lare good color and show line coinbiid LOUIS STIXCO c Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ POST BOY JR J PIERATT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 -- Â¬ laiil Ibi to Insure a Living Colt - ATTOUNEY 11 Â¬ GEN JOHN MORGAN H D H CARPENTER 1 lr - U7 ir All oiue will be taken to preuut at deals hut should any occur I will not D IUMrresponsible April S 1SP2 The justlv ivlc hrated t li i iirrviiiii in i mii iwttlft ate sold nt thb ollico at 10 cents a d and the best pencil In town nt i upuH - ipialitios ij I 1