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XlAZdJoJu w spENOER COOPER Ownor nnd Editor I i Trnm tv T Trnr v vJT Jdj JjjiNLJQL Jjj Of n Noisy World With Nowa From All Nations Lumbring RKjilTII YEAR Tisxah Juno 22 1S92 In Mr Cleveland tho Domocratlc par Â¬ For Mutiiiiit Mvii ami thu lnliorlii ClUHHOX Tho Statu Missionary convention Is in ty havo a leader whom all Domocrata Tho following bill of interest to mate session at this place My lodging wiib can trust whom nil Americans in nil rial and laboring men passed tho lower Beeured by tho pastor of Central church parties cau trust for whether they ngrcb houso of tho General Assembly Inst weok tho royal Jiomo of Mm Hmuiltoii one with him or not they know that ho is n net to amend chapter seventy U iiocj from tho church Thoro are many Hincero candid honest manly Ameri Â¬ OF General Statutes title Liens in Favor distinguished ministers attending the can a man of tho people full of aympa of Mechanics convention from most of the Southern thy for the mnsses with agonulno Amer- Â¬ Ho St enacted by tho Genoral AssemStates icans aversion to classes not rash in bly of tho Commonwealth of Kentucky Tho News reports a wreck in tho po- forming opinions never given to jump II 8 1 That section cno of chapter sov litical convention at Chicago The Dem ing at conclusions but tenacious to hia cnty 70 General Statutes be and tho ocrats hero aro loud in their expressions purposes when convinced that ho la samo is hereby repealed and therefore for Cleveland though admitting he is right and willing always to aacrifico Ills the following is substituted to wit not quite elected after the nomination own fortunes to his ideas of what la right 1 A person who performs labor or o IN TUB Tho Peoples party will have a convon and honest of whnt is truo nnd manly furnishes materials in tho erection alter They only think of what makea for tho welfare of all ing or repairing a house building or tion here tomorrow A mericans Ah the Democratic nomlnco other structure or for any Hxtura or of putting out a State ticket This party ho stands for oleau politics for a freo in the South but poorly or- Â¬ machinery therein or for tho excavation is numerous and unbought ballot for honest and ganized of cellars cisterns vaults wells or for economical administration The city of Dallas is in great excite the improvement in any manner of real In nominating for tho Vice Presidency estate by contract with or by the writ- ment caused by tho murder of two po- JTon Adlai E Stevenson of Illinois ten consent of the owner shall have a licemen Thero way an attempt made tho Chicago convention completed ita lien thereon and upon tho land upon by about 1000 armed men on the night work admirably Cleveland and Stc which said improvement shall luivo been of tho 18th inst to drag the prisoners venson make it very strong ticket Ex Â¬ made or on any interest such owner has from tho jail and riddle their bodies cepting Mr Cloveland himself no ono ia in the same to securo tho amount there- Â¬ with balls ranging from the size of a more popular in Illinois nnd in tho West of with costs nnd said lieu on the land pocket gun to that of a good sized can- than Mr Stevenson Liko iMr Clove or improvements shall bo superior to any non The mob engaging in the riot had laud ho is a man and not a money bags mortgage or encumbranco created subse tho artillery of Oak Clill in their posses Heliascomo up from tho people Ho quent to tho beginning of tho labor or sion and planted it on tho jail Their stands for American manhood nnd man tho furnishing of tho materials and intended work of mob violence was held hood rights not for money and money there shall be no homestead or other ex Â¬ in check bv a strong police organization privileges Ho was put on tho ticket Every Department Overflowing to its utmost capacity Thin Is not a catch penny sale of any kind but good honest viilues and qualities emptions as against tho lien herein and until about midnight at which time because ho was qualified for Vico Prcsi During the coming week we will display full price at lair in tho following sections provided for important speeches were made with force dent and not to reach into Wall street lines of Mens and Hoys Clothing representing the lead and said lien if asserted as hereinafter enough to induce this mighty army of or to pay tho freight ing and best manufacturers in the United States and provided shall relate back and take excited blood hounds to delay the execu Â¬ There is every prospect that this ticket Europe We will forfeit our reputation of thirty ellect from the time of the commence tion of the prisoners for a time We have nevyears standing in Lexington will carry Now York Now Jersoy and er failed to keep our promises heretofore Thero is no drought in tjiis part of tho Connecticut Indiana Illinois Iowa ment of the labor or the furnishing of anil the materials great lone Star State Crops of all Wisconsin against Harrison Cloveland That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at o g 2 And section five 5 of said chap- kinds are unusually good This in my and Stevenson will bo inaugurated next That we will sell you the best Mens Suit nt 10 ter is hereby repealed and therefor the opinion is tho best part of Texas for March In the meantime- lot all Demo following is substituted to wit Tho soil has been crats prepare for a heated campaign in farming purposes That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 15 g fi If tho labor performed or matefully tested Indeed I must say this is which every Democrat must do his duty That we will sell vou the best Mens Suit at 20 rials furnished shall not be performed or a magnificent country At tho samo time Ijxington Transcript That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 25 furnished by contract with tho owner I wish to state I am only a health seoker Jov lllll arid tlm Ticket but for a contractor or sub contractor no in the great Southwest and not seeking DEPARTMENT OUR TAILORING MERCHANT Months ago tho Capital stated its bo- no- a location Again I will intimate I do lien shall attach for the same unless Is the finest in the United States Our Cutters and Workmen are first tice in writing be jjivon by the claimant not consider this community free from lief that Mr Cloveland would bo nomi Â¬ class artists We are doing the largest business we have ever done This will cause some of nated and that whou this was accom- Â¬ to the owner within 20 days after ho all objections Come and make your selections early ceases to labor or furnish materials that my Kentucky friends to wonder why I plished Gov Hill would go homo and a lien will bo claimed setting forth in make such hints without giving them a rally his friends in Tammany and out of tho notice the amount of the claim and list of tho things I dont like I supposo it and toll them that New York must bo what for If tho owner shall fail to pay they will pardon tho delay when they carried for tho ticket Ho has been upon such notice tho property hall bo remember I promised in n former letter charged with the defeat of 1888 and can in lion for tho amount ho ought to pay to Tun Hikaii to tell no bad tails only wipo out that charge by carrying the State for Cleveland this year Wo as proscribed in the first section of this while I was down South LEADING CLOTHIERS nnd FIXE TAILORS chapter Hut the liens authorized by Glad to say my health is improving have no reason for changing theso views this chapter shall have no eflect if secu- Preached at Hutchius fifteen miles south to tho contrary aro strengthened in them LEXINGTON KENTUCKY rity shall have been taken for tho labor of Dallas last Sunday I havo not been by tho following utterances from Hon b- t 4 RH VWUAAAAAAAA UAAAAaAAAA AAAU E performed or materials furnished I supposo it will not be Thomas F Bayard which appeared yes Â¬ so well since xkn okk ttm4WWW9 3 And because many laboring men long before I can get my consent to leavo terday in tho press dispatches The New York storm can boquolled and material men arc by tho present Texas Dont let anybodys wife or easily as It was raised and upon Sena- Â¬ inadequatoand delusive lien law deceiv Â¬ children write mo a long love letter as ed as to their rights which aro few it closing with a cordial invitation to the tor Hill will devolve tho duty as a Dem Â¬ any upon that subject an emergency cool shades of Kentucky or I will bo ocrat to end it He is a young man but sFv a wise man nnd a loyal Dcmocrnt fi tfit therefor exists and this rush taken with a great homo Mr J WZLLty n of JiyKyeI Cask flllckorr 3rovo Fnrm trying- - effect upon its approval by act slmll take the first north bound spell to train oil on when ho sees how imperative is and After ee Haclne Win says tho tho Governor freight stand every known remedy I removed n largo Hunch -demand made by tho country for Cleve- Â¬ of two years standing from it 3 year old ally S ing on my feet all the night long jump llutli to lttiol S with throo applications of land ho must fall In hero and do his duty Now oo dit out Hennio MTec my ing from one corner of a cattle car to the to tho party Of course i4iV ft W mSSHDhe OINTMENT I papaH tumin bat adain an Ise tumin other just in time to avoid the gore of a It is an insult to Senator Hill will do it to suggest Oo will have to div mo dat wattle long horned Texas steer or tho wound of oven by implication ItlsUjolMJstpropnrfttlon I havocveruaodorhcard S too that ho will not lend 5 box and spress wagon an oo ganpa a steel spear held by the cow boy on tho oft 1 heartily recommend It to all Uoraemea his full energies to tho election of our We have hundred c such tcitimonlal will have to div his woom to my pupa top of tho car and goading the cattle to candidate It is within his right to do keep them on foot all of which could IMio u lulB Si 50 per bottle Aak yourdruicRliitforlt niiiK nil ocm mix all that has boon done in Chicago up to t kwn itMiut ub S5c ituutiiflor allvrr for trial box ioo have dot will bo mine after while have been avoided by waiting one hour tho present time but tho nomination CO Whitehall N Y IV 11 KDDY JBrWwMTBADlc MAUK- Oo longer and boarding Pullmans palace when Pso a little bit bigger dirl once made tho situation changes and sink oose smart to oo lives in do whito passenger Please let no such message Senator Hill and tho gentlemen who havo house My papa used to live dero I come If thero is anything in my letter done such excellent work for him will never did but Iso doan to Den I will that would cau so anybody who dont bo for the noiiiincv Frankfort Capital Â¬ drive oo out 1 hate oo Baby MTec know me to think I am homesick or dis Htmntor ViinrlMie on the Ticket If it wasnt fo oo guupa I would have satisfied leavo that out If my lotter is AT TIIK I will write more next lime in At a Cloveland and Stevenson ratifica- Â¬ been born in de white house But oo too long I tion meeting at Torre Haute Indiana dis never mind when my papa tuniH shorthand With best wishes am IX II F Yours etc Senator Voorheca said that while tho back an I dit in your play houso and Indianu Democrats were disappointed all dem nice sings oo shant tutu in dit Full III I I dont want oo to ever speak and play No 12 Sure that Gray was not on tho ticket yet Ye tried and true Democrats Gen Stevenson was a personal friend of to me any more tatiH Im mad to you wc must fight if we would win Increase Regular Meals 2r Cents Meals to Order at All Hours Hreakfast from o a m his and he know him to bo an able headlines Enquirer our courage Grover just say youll be to J a m clean mid thoroughly acceptable candi- Â¬ from 10 a m t I v M Supper from 0 v M to 9 i M Oys Iiner when you go in a Democrat all over No Work No Pay ters Umb Fries Fish Chickens and Quails a specialty Open from 5 a m to 12 date Senator Voorheca said Indiana The Hobbs bill to stop the pay of Wo cant be carried to tho skieH on How would cast her electoral PM votes for Cleve Â¬ CUS LUICART Proprietor members of the General Assembly when cry beds of ease We can not fight for land and Stoveuson and that no predic- Â¬ absent from their duties except when years and years and live on bread and tion was surer to bo fulfilled than that JON15S JOHN M ROSE 0 detained by sickness of themselves or cheese For some like cake and others families came up in the houso yesterday pio and meat to say the least and when A newspaper is always printed in a with a substitute by tho committee ro wo win we hate to see tho othor fellows rush says th6 New York Sun There l porting tho bill providing for extending feast When March the fourth again always something in It that should have the provisions of tho bill toother olllcers shall rise and Grover Cleveland shine been left out something left out that DEALE1W IX The subject hell call us up if he bo wise and put should havo been put In It js somo of the State government was uiado a special order for Wednesday us dead in line Dont jolly up the Mug tiuies too quick to act but with all ita June 20th Inst The bill has numerous wump now by talking through your hat shortcomings there is more education fn HAZEL GHEEN KENTUCKY I am a bright nowspaper friends in the House and present ap remember what a man once said than there is In any That little phrase ehlnes novel You will rind the brightest boy y aoomplete line of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Dress pearances indiento the pnwmgo by that tt Democrat woods Gouts Clothing Hoots Shoos Hats Patent Modi liody of an act covering most of tho out like gold if you will but repeat it on practical sensible veryday ques Â¬ will lose its hold and wo will tho Saddles Harness c and sell FOR GASH at prices prominent featured of this bill Frank helpenemy it Headlined in Cincinnati tions the boy who reads the newspw defeat A11 goods fort Capital uwer than ever before seen in Hazel Green The cheajMWt and stationery can Enquirer guaranteed as represented or money refunded Aycra Ajue Cure I warranted to cure be found at tjik IIkkau otttw Ayera Sarnaparilla operating through all malarial disorders when taken ac- Â¬ The People party n Texm Jaw wu radically cure acrofulowj NEATLY CHEAPLY and PROMPTLY KXEJ cording to directions Sold by all deal the blood sated a Stat ticket taint Send your order ers in medicine UUD CUTED AT THIS OFFICE The Greatest Effort ilul I ri U tlaSt ftkiw vf at His Bnok liJuJJ mumim a tt yV ii fff j p Jf f Mg0 I tl00 A YEAR Always In Advance I HAZEL 0 RISEN WOLFE COUNTY KY AN IMPORTANT FllTDAY JULYi 1802 NUMBER 15 UIuvpIiuhI Hint rSUivmiHOH BILL Aiintlipr Front Tojut Dallas 1 i LIVES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SEY1B BQUAE History ofLexington Louis DlSPLAYoSPRIN gClot Â¬ Gus Straus Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ -- Â¬ L C STRAUS Â¬ xoooj fr00fr64000e4ei jfy gg Â¬ 8iiHiiir QUINNS I i QUAW B Kngllsli Kiteheii W Short Street Lexington Ky Â¬ - WXmX MliEOEillllBI Â¬ Â¬ es bt T W tInRDDTMTIMr rrUlul b C T to IFafcel Green Herald ICY 8PEN0EK COOlKIt ruhllihcr HAZED GRCEN THE PLACE FOR HIM Boan wuz horn upon a furm Hut farm work didnt ngreo With 11 J ah IJonn ia so ho ualdj This nlnt no placo fer me ITb Urcd content whllo ho could play Tt long cz ho could sco But whon thoy brought him work ho said This aint no placo Tor mo M fere 1 U I An so ho lcf tho farm bohln An run away to son Thero aint no tatcra thoro to dig An work tt skurco net ho But thoro thoy mndo him scrub tho dock This wuz too much scz he Ez ho wont lenpin overboard This nlnt no plaoo for mo An then he started out an nwum ltlght through tho rnrln sen JThln fools Itko work ho soon allowed This aint no pluco fer mo A merchant vrttsul picked him up An in n bunk ho curlod Until they dropped him down upon Tho other sldo tho world An then thorn plg tatlod Chinamen Bot him to plckln tea XIo worked for half nn hour an said Thin nlnt no placo fer me Wy this 1 Jest lko work he cried An awful terror spread Through ull his fcolurs an he fell Like ono whos dropped down dead Into n fovcr Foil to ravin1 llko a Turk An he thought that he wuz runnln All tho llmo nwuy from work Onco bo dreamed thot ho wuz workn An ho leaped up strung an free An lot his bed an run an shrieked This aint no place for mo no went back to America To hunt for rest an peace An at last ho cot applnted With full pay on the police An his tired soul It sntlincd Ivo foun my place soz he At last I got away from work This Is the placo for mo -- 8 V Foss in Yankee Blade ITo como fefSfe j JTtJaiTHirv rroTlAjtKri SfiBH POUPNEY r Itir xAtj Cromer With one impulse they moved to the spot where she was standing and tho chaplain saw that her gaze was fixed on that study of a head which Seaward had shown him two or three days ago Her fnea had grown pale with intense feeling her clear eyes were slowly fill- Â¬ ing with tears It Is lileo oh so like sho said It lias brought her back to mo and sho was my dearest friend Only while sho lived her faoo was sadder than this 6ho ditl not look perfectly happy till site was dead Dead tho word came from Claud Vllliers They all turned and looked at him He stood grasping tho back of a chair Yon couhl not lmvo painted this if jou nd not known her It is Lucy It CHAITKK XV COvriNuTU Is Lucy they hoard her say for grauny She astonished Miss Vll- Â¬ liers by bursting into tears and losing all her starch and buckram so that Adcllno was really touched and soft- Â¬ near him you havo now learned ened Miss Vllliers Never mind granny a thing that ought to have boon told her grand Â¬ you long ago Do not bo hard on Sea Â¬ daughter said You cannot restore ward ho wanted you to know every Â¬ Lucy to life but you can carefully rething but Claud refused to speak Mrs frain from meddling with other lives In Vllliers insisted on his silence Lucy tho future Cromer onco your grandmothers com- Â¬ CHAITKK XVI panion was Clauds promised wife OLD IOVKS And he threw her over said Ade- Â¬ Winter days have come at last tho line coolly because he was afraid of plane trees in the old churchyard of the He preferred to break Savoy was stripped of grandmother ash his heart such as it is rather than showed only a lattice leaves the baro work of lose an old womans money Mr Syd boughs grass but ney I thank you sincerely for bringing green and tho tho spread was freshlv Ivy Its beautiful Miss Wlnllcld here to day I did not know that her coming would lead to this disclosure ho re- Â¬ plied Hut I am glad that you know the truth Only I wish that it had not been revealed in such a sudden way I am sorry said Olive softly It was so startling to find her face here And I never knew Lucys story sho did not blame anyone Sho forgavo all The dying saint might forgive but the living sinner cannot Adeline spoko in her old spirited fashion Dont be sorry Miss Winfiold you have done mo a very great kindness You shall hear now that I have been tricked into nn en Â¬ gagement with my cousin Claud tho man who has just gone out of the room When he was absent and sad ami lan Â¬ guidas he often was I set it down to weak health nnd not to a guilt y eon- My grandmother always had science a store of excellent excuses ready and in looked ihiusoiutk even Seaward Seaward craves your mercy Ad- Â¬ tapestry over the bank that sloped sharply down to the chapel walls The eline Alystone said humbly I was blinded I gray tower stood up against a grayer she went on thought as people generally do think sky but the sunshine of a contented that it would all come right by and by mind lay warm on Olives life It seemed to be the most natural for him and for me As if anything could go well with a man who had been thing in the world for Seaward Ayl- Â¬ stono to join her as they came out of utterly and hopelessly false They always chapel on Sundays Again there was a pause and then the chaplain turned to Olive and said talked to each other in a friendly fash Â¬ ion yet on her side there was a little quietly that they would go Good by Miss Winficld Adeline reserve on his a great deal of defer- Â¬ We will meet here again ence Olive was not a girl who woro said kindly It was a some time 1 am very glad to havo seen her heart upon her sleeve you Dont be sorry please for what very faithful heart its deep wounds were even now scarcely healed and has happened to day Poor Olive with old memories nnd tkm aeirrittl it securolj locked up in her new feelings whirling in her brain own booms As to Seaward he had al was glad to find herself outside the ways been rather a grave young man house Mr Sidney wisely foroboro to who had chosen to live his own lifo talk to her just then but ho did not and work hard at his profession Hut part with her without speaking reas it had never been a selfish life nnd the suring words Sho went through tho fame that ho had won had not been shop nnd up to her little room like ono gained at tho cost of better things Their talk about Lucy had brought in a dream Her recent grief seemed to them nearer together than anything be put far away in tho background Her portrait Lucys story was more real to day than else could havo done her own Yet through all her confus- Â¬ was hanging now on the wall of Olives ing thoughts she was conscious of a little room and its presence there gavo kind of tender compassion for Seaward her a sense of quiet companionship All was quiet in Olives lifo now Aylstono and a distinct remembrance of his distressed look It was always thoughts friendships hopes were all hard she mused for a true person to of tho most tranquil kind Tho calm be mixed up with falseness and deceit that had first fallen on her spirit within the chapel walls had never passed and he was surely true When tho two cousins wero left alono away tho chaplains voico still led In tho studio Adelines face underwent her forth besido tho waters of com- Â¬ a change Sho softened a little and fort and day after day she proved that sat down quietly in a low chair by tho it was Â¬ meet her searching gnre It was the chaplain who auswered tho difficult question nnd his voice gentle and quiet ns ever soothed the perturbed spirits m theee worda turned saddenly away ward jo may como aad hear e as Olive had smitten him an Nathan smote Bounce my Intentions to her Hut Seaward weakly owned that hey David For a fow seconds there was sllcnco then tho door opened and shut would rather not bo present at tho scene IIo wanted to smoko a plpo In and they know that Claud was gone peace nnd calm his mind So Adeline What does this mean Seaward Adeline Vllliers nuked Her face was went off nlonc Mrs Vllliers was indeed reduced to haughty her tone cool and composed She was fronting Aylstono nnd looking submission that very evening To do at hhn with gray eyes that seemed to tho old woman justico she had sent many an uneasy thought after Lucy read his very heart A Hush mounted to his bronzed fore-Â¬ Cromer And when Adeline described head and he glanced away ashamed to tho afternoons experiences nnd told of Lucys death the shock was too great wJFfkym why not make sure of one gooT thing whllo It may still bo had Why not go back to tho old village and rovlvo tho old love I wish Aaron thnt you could get somo work to do In tho country I havo novcr thought of trying he said struck by tho Idea It would be good for you to get out of London Promise me Anron that you will write toyour old acquaintances in retersfleld lhcrc may be some-thing for you to do I will think of it Olive ho replied No dont think of It do It Some- Â¬ how your thinking always ends In a kind of melancholy dreaming Write to Jane and tell her that you want to come back to the old shire He looked Irresolute Sho sprang up nnd got pen ink and paper There she said dipping the pen in the ink and putting It Into his hand I will stand over you resolutely till tho letter Is written And she laughed a soft merry laugh that seemed to como ringing back from the past He had never heard her laugh since she had come to London nnd the sound recalled their early days as nothing elso j had ever done Once more ho was a tnrougii old meadows MVV uu roamn wiui two nappy gins unco more no seemed to breathe that fresh free ait that has a wild poetry In it and sings to the heart lilce a sweetsong The scent of the fields the keen breath of morn ing the perfume of honeysuckle on the warm evening breeze all this camo back to him again Olive was right Among the old downs he might find his true self again and bo a happier man than he could ever have been in London Some men aro always rustics at heart they lose all sense of freedom in cities and con Â¬ stant intercourse with many people drives them back into tho grim fortress arou mm never inrtveu on ni sen London soil the fresh hill breeze had often whispered to him in the crowded streets and brought tears to his eyes He was passionately in love with his old home and his heart refused to ad mit any new affections It was this morbid faithfulness that had made him cling to Michael and had made Michael almost hate him His face had softened when Olivo laughed Doth faces seemed to grow younger as they bent ovefthe sheet of note paper hers had recaptured tho sunny playfulness that sorrow had driven away his had regained the old boyish look of sober amusement While the sunshine of the moment lin Â¬ gered about him ho began to write and so the letter was finished and folded and stamped and actually dropped into a Â¬ THE ANARCHISTS WEAPONS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ That letter came to Eastmoen in the gray of a winter morning when Jano Challoek having given her father his breakfast was standing at the cottage door A robin had broken the chill silence with its clear song uncon sciously cheering lanes heart as sho looked out across tho bare garden The well known step of the postman sounded on the road but Jane had left off look- Â¬ ing for letters from Aaron and was trymg to live on unsustnined by the old hope Yet she started and felt her Â¬ imimiwii viy it I T fire Hotter to lmvo dollRht u qulot Brief than n hurrying noon- Seaward she said looking up at him as ho stood leaning dejectedly il 6 it I lib against tho chimney piece if you were to win that girl and east her oil I should hatcyon I hope you will mar- Â¬ ry her I hope you will prove that base ness does not run in our blood Sho must havo carried away a de Â¬ lightful impression of Claud and me I daresay sho ho muttered gloomily will bo afraid ever to look at mo again You can remove tho impression if IT IS LIKB OH you take pains Adolino replied And like of course Mr Sidney will help you I and gazing at OHvo with an expression like that man ho has made a study of that almost terrified hor It was so full humanity and knows exactly how to of hopeless misery deal with it If it had not been for Where did sho dlo ho asked bring Â¬ him 1 should not easily havo got a diing out his words in a strange hoarso rect explanation to day voice How lone mro Seaward shifted his position and At Kastmoon a llttlo villngo In sighed Hampshire just after harvest last Claud must rotuember the morning year when he brought Lucy Cromer hero for This was Ollvos answer spoken In a mo to make a study of her ho said tremulous tone Her eyes seemed to Grandmother had sent her out shop- Â¬ lo questioning Claud an instinct told ping and thoy contrived to meet Ho her that ho had been tho causo of that set the jessamine spray in her hair it mysterious grief which had shortened was his favorite- flower and ho liked Imoys life her to wear It Yon see Adeline ho As in a vision sh aw onco more tho counted on grannys real affection for llttlo room filled with tho glow of an the girl ho thought thoy might per Â¬ autumn sunset and tho jessamine flow- Â¬ suade hor to forgive them If they wore ers Onco more sho beheld tho lipht on once married Xttcya face and hoard tho dying volco Sho might havo forgiven them It speaking of forgiveness was quito possible I havo novcr once Forgive If you would find peace It hoard Lucy Cromers name till to chiy Porglvo If you would havo your Granny has kept tho secret with won- Â¬ said wounds healed and feel tho soft touch derful craf U Go on Seaward and tell ef Christs finger on your soro heart mo all thnt you know And then as if that voice wore Seaward did tell her all that ho prompting her sho spoko quite calmly know And when ho had finished sho with hor steadfast gaze still fixed on drew a long breath and roso from her Claud Vllliers seat Lucy had suffered great wrongs I dont want to soo Claud anymore he did Hot toll mo what thoy were she Raid quietly If I remain with hat at the last sho forgave them all granny It must bo understood that ho he was very happy when sho died I is uot to coma to tho house Ao to never saw anyoue who enjoyed such granny herself I feel quite equal to yerfeet peaee the task of reducing- her to submission The luaaappj m who had listened If you are not too much used up Sea Better tho twilight of tho dawn than tho day burning bright Ono day Aaron Fenlako her again Ho had found Â¬ aAwi2rS Â¬ Â¬ - - came to see work to do but the wages were small and ho looked sadly wan and wasted There was no need to tell her that Michael was mar- Â¬ ried she had seen tho announcement Ivy US -- 4 a7 of his marriage in tho paper and no further tidings of him had ever reached her ears Hut Aaron had watched op Â¬ IN MltS HOOInits KITCHEN portunities and had even hung about old Mr Hattersbys great house at heart throbbing very fast when the man Ilampstead to find out how things went paused at the gate She ran out to receive the letter Per Â¬ on Why aro you anxious to know haps it was for Mrs Hooper or Mrs I think It Is best to bo In Challoek Olive asked Olive wrote regularly to ignorance Let him alono wo havo them both Hut no this letter was ad Â¬ nothing moro to do with him Aaron dressed to Jano herself In Aarons well I want to seo whothcr tho wicked remembered handwriting Tho warm will always flourish like tho green bay blood rushed to her cheeks and she was tree ho answered grimly I am rosy and gay in spite of tho bleak morn- Â¬ waiting for tho tuno when he will bo ing withered up root and branch Hasut She carried her treasure into Mrs he spoiled your lifo nnd mine Hoopers cottage that sho might enjoy No sho said it is our own fault it in peace for Peggy Challoek her sis- Â¬ if our lives aro spoiled not his Wo are ter had a habit of tarnishing tholuster fools Aaron If we will not build a new of new joys by a few chilly words house because the old palaco Is a ruin Peggy had never had any lovors of her Aro wo to wasto our timo in sitting own and always steadily refused to be- Â¬ among tho fragments of shattered hopes lieve in other peoples sweethearts until and mourning over them they became husbands Michael Chaso That Is just what I am doing every hnd proved himself nttorly false Aaron day replied Aaron Fenlako had forgotten old attachments And that is just what you must not men wero all alike and sensible girls do Aaron why cant you leave off ought not to allow themselves to bo brooding over your wrongs Is your taken in As no ono had over attempted heart so full of hate that thero Is no room to tako Peggy in sho had never been for love In It exposed to any danger but sho went on Ho was silent and sho went on dinning her warnings Into Janos ears Havo you forgotten Jane I hear until the girl was tired of hearing them that Itobcrt Steel Is expected home In So Jano read her letter In tho friendly tho spring Aaron tho most faithful shelter of Mra Hoopers kitchen heart cannot wait and trust for ever If tho old woman and the young onoand re- Â¬ no sign is given joiced together They rejoiced all the Ills gloomy faco flushed and a sudden more becauso old Hartlett tho well-to-d- o light gleamed In his eyes Tho llttlo miller was looking about for a shaft hail sped homo at last steady young man to help him in his Instead of waiting to see Mlohael business and be tho prup of his withered up root and branch a thing And who could be steadier than old ago Aaron which never will come to pass I bepe I to ns coxxixuan1 Groups the most those at Clichy a region specially aillieted by the de stroyers of society It is there that the Antipatriotes the Flat Feel the Children of Uevolt the Disinherited and tho Anti Owners meet whenever they have anything to discuss Havachol probably made his own dynamite N Y Journal Â¬ in Geneva Of the Anarchistic dangerous ones m There are In tho wholi- - country but two societies for tho manufacture of ex plosives which have nitroglycerine ns their basis and these uro allowed to produce dynamite only in lots to fill or- Â¬ ders A contractor for instance wants so many pounds of this substance for blasting in a tunnel He addresses the prefect of hts department who glws him a permission to purchase the specified quantiny for a specified use The contractor or- Â¬ ders and the society makes the requisite amount Klght days after the delivery of the article the contractor must furnish to an agent of the prefect the proofs of the uses to which the dyna mite has been put oven to the last grain Thefts of dynamite at factories arc Impossible and they are rare at the of fices of contractors The French police think that the anarchists do not run the risk of stealing dynamite when they can make all the explosives they want with such simple appliances as a basin a little sulphuric acid soma nitric aeiil glycerine and sawdust all to be treated without trouble in a small bed room It is said that the propor Â¬ tions of the mixture are indicated la little pamphlets or anarchist primers handed round among tho members of various groups In the mines in the north of France the miners are paid so much per yard of progress in the coal seams The eon tractor furnishes dynamite to the miner at about forty cents per pound and keeps back the amount on the weeklv wages It would be very easy for a miner to keep hack a canteen now and then and thus to enter into possession of quite a little slock of dynamite Hut these cartridges used in the mines proÂ¬ duce very little effect when exploded in the open air and the results in the Hue tie Clichy were so tremendous thnt chemists are unwilling to ascribe them to dynamite The habit is to designate as dyna mite all kind of explosives whether pierate or uitro glycerino or cotton powder The savants call dynamite the explosive made by mixing nitro glycerine with such a combustible product as powder collodion or aotato of potash or with an inert base this is the mixture used in blasting The chemist Nobel who was the first in lsvu to use nitro glyceriiiM for blasting out rocks learned by cruel exÂ¬ perience that the handling of the sub stance is extremely perilous InlsOSa nitro glyeerine factory which he had started at Stockholm blew up and took twenty men with it Sweden forbade the manufacture of nitro glyceriuu within the borders after this and to day Swedes have to supply themselves in Germany To Nobel is due the idea of mixing nitro glyeerine with kieselgrehn a porous matter composed mainly of silex and which by absorbing nitro Â¬ glycerine puts it into a condition to be handled In Franco randanitefonnd in the Ceyssat quarries in the Pax dd Dome is used for the same purpose Tho French police think that it was with cotton lewder that the Lobau barracks in Paris were blown up They say that wherever the anarchists usd dynamite for blowing up a house they run the very greatest risks themselves Most of their cartridges are made to ex plode by means of clock work prepared Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Something About Dymunltc imiiI tho Other Kxphnlvo Tacit In 1nrln The use of dynamite is so thoroughly tntrolcd In Franco that ono would think it next to ImposrlMu for anarch Â¬ ists to get much Into theL possession A Hriitiit IIiiHlmiiri Simon Peterby is one of the most extravagant women in Austin Her husband groans in his spirit every day when he is called on to pay her bills A few days ago she said to him Dear Simon just see what a nico present l got you for vour birthday What is it dearest he asked A beautiful pocket book to keep your money in Such a lovely pocket book but you must promise me always to think of me when you take it out of you every time I open it 1 am bound to do t hut Texas Slftings Mrs Ill think First Peterby dolefully Oh you bet to get nutmegs Second Hoy Yen l lien what did ye get cloves for Worlcltiir II MuMiir Hoy -- Didnt your mother 1 tellyo nuuloa mistake an want nut Â¬ megs Then Ill say Pin orful tired an dont wantur go back an then shell glvo me five cents to buy candy Good News I tell em tauso shell want mo toirobaekan fellow was actually asleep Fcathcastone Dear mo whatdld you do wake him up Miss Charter Oakcs Oh no Indeed I let him sleep until it was time for hiu to go Puck A Smulhln Cilrl Miss Charter Oakcs Whilo Mr Spin dle was calling on mo tho other even ing I excused myself for a moment and when I camo back do you know tho Â¬ Â¬ aS SELAII t J GIvoa Rhythm fojt Boole to a Moat Por liv llnv 1 t uV ClmrLol I With -Huarlno Tcinprnt nul A vn1 iilll TnlmnOK Rev 11 v j Tnlmngo Sunday took for this singlo ho subject of his sermon The tost wus psalms iorii Solah Sclnh Tho majority rr lt cisive sometimes for poetic beauty Sometimes for solemnity sometimes lor grandeur and pome times for eternal import Through it roll the thundering chariots of the Omnipotent God I take this word for my tet because 1 ani so often asked what is its meaning or whether it has any meaning at all It has an ocean of meaning from which up only four I shall this morning dipspeak to yon or I will so five bucket fuls far ns 1 have time of the Selah of the Selah of inter- Â¬ poetic significance Selah of emphasis and the mission the Selah of perpetuity Are you surprised that speak of the Surely the Selah of poetic significance God who sapphired the heavens mid made the earth a rosebud of beauty with oceans hanging to it like drops of morning dew would not make without a Riblo without rhythm verse blank without redolence eventually the Hible God knew that would be read by si great majority of young people for in this world of malaria and casualty an octogenarian and as thirty years is is exceptional and as thirty years is more exceptional than the average of human life if the Hible is to be a successful bonk it must Uenco the he adapted to the young proved of the Hible the drama of lob the pastoral of Ruth the epic of Judges the dithryanibie of Habakkuk the threnody of Icremiah the lyric of Solo- Â¬ mons Si ng the oratorio of the Apoca lypse the idyl the strophe ami anti strophe and the Selah of the Psalms Wherever you find this word Selah it means that you are L rouse up to great stana that you are to open your soul to great analogies that you are to spread the wing of imagination for I answered thee in the great llight fctcret place of thunder 1 proved thee lhe at the waters of Mcribnh Selah earth and the inhabitants thereof are I bear up the pillars of It disolvcd Selah Who is this king of glory V The Lord of hosts lie is the king of glory Selah Thou shalt compass me about with songs of deliverance Selah rhouirh the waters thereof roar and be troubled though the mount Â¬ ains shake with the swelling thereof Selah lhe Lord of Hosts with us the God of Jacob is our refuge Selah Thou hast given a banner to them that fear thee that it may be displayed he will cause of the truth Selah hide under the covert of thy wings Selah 0 God when Thou wentest forth before thy people when thou did ist march through the wilderness 1 -- of tin bible readers upon this word of my text as of no look They consider it a super Importance r0 flhiir in ti meaningless fluitv a interjection a useless refrain an un Hut 1 have to Selnhl defined echo tell vou that it is no scriptural accident It occurs seventy four times in the book of psalms and three times in the You must not book of HabaUkuk this perfect book with seventy charge It is an enfour trivial ties Sejuh according to an old If throned work writer somo words arc battles then this word is a Marathon n Thermnpyho de- Â¬ a Sedan a Waterloo It is a word Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Selah Whenever you find this word it is a signal of warning hung out to tell you to stand oft the track while the rushing train goes by with his imperial passen- Â¬ gers Poetic word charged with sun Â¬ rise and senset ami tempest and earth- Â¬ quake and resurrections ami millen- Â¬ niums Next 1 eomo to speak of the Selah of Intermission Gosenius Tholuek I long Menberg and other writers agree in say ing that this word Selah means u rest In music what the Greeks call a cantil lntlon Every musician knows the im portance of it If you ever saw Juliet the great musical leader stand before 6000 singers and players upon in- Â¬ struments and with one stroke of his baton smlto the multitudinous hallelu- Â¬ jah into silence and then soon after that with another stroke of his baton ttntso up the full orchestra to a great outburst of harmony then you know the mighty effect of a musical pause It gives more power to what went be Â¬ fore it gives more power to what is to Â¬ Â¬ come after SoGod thrusts nitd the Selah into I lis Hible and into our lives compelling us to stop admire stop and pray stop and repent top and be sick atop and die It is not the great number or times that wo read the- Riblo through that makes us intel- Â¬ ligent in the scriptures We must pause What though it take an hour for one word What though it take a week for one verse What though it take ti year for one chapter We must pause anil Censure the height the depth the length tho breadth tho universe tho eternity of meaning in one verse I fhi nUl like to see some one sail around OU little adverb in tho Hible u little adverb of two letters during ouo word so in tho Now Testa Â¬ ment pasage God so loved tho v rhl Uigustlno made n long pausu r tho verse Hut yu on tho Lord Christ and it converted him life-tuiu-the think stop and consider stop and uiew Ucury made a long pause niter tho verso Onen limn t n j I next speak of tho iif humi illy mouth shall show forth as7 praise and Kwnld the German Selah of emphasis Â¬ thy Orientalist nnd theIt converted him William Cowper made ologian Niyn that this word means to a long pause after the verso Heinjr ascend nnd wherever you find It he freely justified by his grace and It says you muit look after tho modula- Â¬ convert ed him When God tells us tion of tho voice nnd you must put times meditatively to pause more force into your utterance It is a n rending two of the looks of tho Selah of emphasis Ah my friends Hible He leaves to our common sense you and I need to correct our emphasis to decide how often we should pause in We put too much emphasis on this reading the other sixty four books of world and not enough on God nnd tho next world ltoplo think these things We must pause nnd ask for more around us arc so important tho things light We must pause and weep over of the next are not worthy our considour sins We must pause and absorb eration the strength of one promise 1 some Â¬ The first need for some of us is to times hear people boasting about how change our emphasis Look at Wretch- Â¬ many times they have read the Hible throne 2apoleon while through when they seem to know no edness on a of yet emperor Trance sat down deÂ¬ more about It than a passenger would jected A lad know about the state of Pennsylvania came Inhis hands over his face with a tray of food and said who should go through it in a St Louis You are from tho country Tho lad lightning express train and in a Hull replied Yes Your father has a man sleeper the two characteristics cottage and a few acres of ground of the journey velocity nnd somnolence Yes lhere Is happiness said tho It is not the mpobcr of time you go dejected emperor Ah Napoleon nev Â¬ through the Hlble but the number of er put the emphasis in the right place times tho Hlble goes through you until he was expiring at St Helena On lause retlect Selah the other hand look at Satisfaction So also on the scroll of your life nnd smid the worst earthly disadvantage mind We go rushing on in the song I never saw until I was blind said a of our prosperity from note of joy to Christian man I never knew what note of joy and it is a contentment was while I had my eyelegato ami we become indifferent and sight as I knowwhateontentisnow that unapprceialivc when suddenly we emo have lost my eyesight atllrni though upon u blank in tho music There is few would credit it that I would not nothing between these bars A pause exchange my present position and cir- Â¬ God will fill up with a sick bed or a cumstances before I lost myself That commercial disaster or n grave Hut man put the emphasis in tho right thank God it is not a breaking down it place We want to put less stress upon is only a pause It helps us to npp our God as our everlasting portion ciate the blessings that are gone it David had found out tho nothingness of gives us higher appreciation of the this world and theall sufilciency of God blessings that are to come The Selah Notice how ho interjects the Selahs of Habakkuk and David is a dividing1 Trust in the Lord at all times ye peo line between two anthems David ple pour out your heart before him begins his book with the words God is a refuge for us Selah Hlessed Hlevsed is the man and after seventy-fbe the Lord who dally loads us with our Selahs ho closes his hook with benefits even the God of our Salvation So Praise ye the Lord the words The Lord shall count when He writeth there are mercies behind us- and there up the people thnt this man wnsborn are going to bo mercies before us the re Selnlr Lqt the world- havo its It is good for us that GodhaHs us in honors and its riches hud its pomp our fortunes and halts us with physical Let me have the Lord for my distress and halts us at the graves of light my peace my pardon my hope our dead More than once you and I my Heaven have been halted by such a Selah You Hut w hen I speak of the Selah of em I wrung your hands and said cant phasis I must notice it is a startling a see any sense in this Providence 1 cant dramatic emphasis It has in it the That see why God gave me that child if he is hark tho hist of tho drama so soon going to take it away O my wakening and arousing emphasis we who preach or instruct need to use desolate home O my broken heart 1 he sleepiest audien Â¬ Hut it more frequently You could not understand it was not a Selah of overthrow It travo ces in the world are religious audiences You Sabbath school teachers ought you greater appreciation of the bless Â¬ ings that have gone it will yet give you to have more of the dramatic element greater appreciation of the blessings In your instructions Hy graphic scrip- Â¬ ture scene by anecdote by descriptive that will come When the Huguenots were being very gesture by impersonation urge your We want hi much persecuted in France a father and classes to right action mother were obliged to lly from the our schools and colleges and prayer country having their child in the pos- meetings and in all our attempts at re- Â¬ session of aeomparativestranger They form and In all our churches to have did not know whether they would be less of the style didactic and more of able to recognize their child for by that the style dramatic Fifty essays about time she might be grown The mother the sorrows of the poor could not alVeet was almost frenzied at the thought of me as a little drama of accident nnd leaving the child and then even if suffering I saw one slippery morning in coming back again not bring able to the streets of Philadelphia Just ahead of me was a lad wretched know her He fore they left the father he marncd the In apparel his limb amputated at the drew his sword and wrist of that child with a deep cut It knee from the pallor of the boys cheek He must have been a great exigency to the amputation not long before Â¬ food under his make a father do that Years of ab had a package of broken suppose at sence passed on and after a while the arm food he had begged and their first anxiety the doors As he passed on over the parents returned slippery pavement cautiously and carewas to find their lost child steadied him until his crutch They looked up nnd down the land fully I helped him up as young peo slipped and he fell examining the wrists of the could gathered up the frag Â¬ lo after awlule the father well as ple when found a maiden with a sear upon her ments of the package as well as I could wrist She knew him not but he knew put them under one arm and the crutch her And oh the joy of the reunion under the other arm but when I saw Whom the Lord loveth the blood run down his pale cheek So it is now Fifty essays He cuttcth He mark was completely overcome lie ehastcneth eth and when lie comes to claim his about the suffering of the poor could own the Lord will know them that are not touch ouo like that littlu drama of His know them by the scar of their accident and suffering Oh we want In all our different detrouble know them by the stroke of desolation partments of usefulness and address their Oh it is good that the Lord some Â¬ hundreds of people who are trying to do It is good good wo want more of the dramatic times halts us David says Hefore I was element and less of tho didactic The 1 have been nillictcd that nillictcd I went astray but now have I tendency in this day is to drone re- Â¬ Indeed we must all ligion to whine religion to cant re- Â¬ kept Thy word Scientists have improved ligion to moan religion to croak re- Â¬ soon stop human longevity but none of them ligion to sepulchrize religion when wo have proposed to make terrene life per- Â¬ ought to present it in animated and Hut tho Gospel makes death spectacular manner petual Sabbath morning by Sabbath morn- Â¬ only a Selah between two beauties triumph on the one side ing 1 address many theological students between dying of the grave and celestial escort on the who are preparing for the ministry They come in here from the different other side of the grave I say to them this morn Going out of this life to tho unpre- Â¬ institutions Give mc ing Ifyouwlllgo homo and look over pared Is a great horror more laudanum said dying Mlrabeau the history of the church you will find give me more laudanum that I may that those men men have brought most not think of eternity and what is to souls to Christ who havo been dramatic I Rowland Hill dramatic Thomas Chal And dying Hobbes said come irtina n till tliV Cnll I mers dramatic Thomas Guthrie dra- Â¬ lt matic John Knox dramatic Robert McCheyno dramatic Christmas Kvans dramatic George Whltefield dramatic pel makes the death of the Christian a Robert Hall dramatic Robert South Â¬ lcnclon dramatic John selah between redumption and en Â¬ dramatic said dy Mason dramatic Dr Nott dramatic Almost well thronement almost well When you get into the ministry If ing Uichard Haxter over hjihih you attempt to culture that element Plav those notes have been so great a do and try to wield it for God you will notes which lieht and solace to me said tho dying meet with mighty rebuff and caricaNone but Christ ture and ecclesiastical council will Christian Mozart exclaimed dying Lam take your ease In charge and they will none but Christ try to put you down but tho God who bert Cameron the Scotch cove Â¬ starts you will help you through and Uichard nanter went Into the battle three times great will bo tho eternal rewards for tll green and tho asklduous and tho plucky honl M nravlng What wo want ministers and laymen This is tho day I have uko the ripe is to get our sermons and our exhorta- Â¬ This is tno nay i simu k lomrcd for Come let us fight it to the tions and our prayers out of tho old rut my mown So you see there is I see a groat deal of discussion In the last Forward religious papors about why people do only a snort pausv dying consolations on tho not come to church They do not eomo sion between on because they nro not interested one hide and overtopping rapture Tho old hackneyed religious phrases the other In tuo Krounrt that come moving down through tho My tlenh sanll dumber Houml centuries will never arrest tho masses Till tho hist trunnwCH Joyful nwict surprise Then burnt o chains with tlao What wo want to diy you In your Aa in inv Saviours lttK -en Â¬ long-drawn-o- Â¬ 1 1 sphere and I In niy Bphcro is to frcshem up IVoplo do not want in their sermons tho fihani llowcrs bought nt tho millinery shop but tho japonlean wet with tho morning dewj nor tho heavy bones of extinct megatherium of past ages but the living reindeer caught hist August at tho edgo of tho Shroon lake Wo want to drive out tho drows and tho prosaic and tho tedious and tho humdrum and introduce the bright ness nnd vivacity and tho holy sarcasm and the sanctified w It and the epigram power and the blood red earnestness nnd the fire of religious zeal and I do not know of any way of doing it as well ns through tho dramatic Atten Â¬ tion Heboid Hark Selah Next I speak of the Sclnh of perpetu- Â¬ ity The Targum which is tho Hlble In Chaldce renders this wonl of my text Many writers agree In be- Â¬ forever lieving and stating that one meaning of In this very this word is forever verse from which I take my text Selah means not only poetic significance and intermission and emphasis but It means Gods eternal reverberation forever government forever Gods goodnes for Â¬ ever the gladness of the righteous for- Â¬ ever Of course you nnd I have not surveyors chain with enough links to In measure that domain of meaning this world we must build everything on A hundred years are a a small scale great while A tower 500 feet Is a great height A journey of 4000 miles is very long lint eternity If the archangel has not strength of wing to lly across It but llutters and drops like a wounded sea gull there is no need of our trying in the small shallow of human thought to voyage across it Tho Trim ltnumty for Drunkpnnr CURIOUS COINCIDENCES 0omr Storks Which thi Teller Ar KxMiuf te of Thought Triiifwr Somo of them believed n transference and somo of them did not but they nil had fdorlcs to tell about it and somo of them were good exnmph for thoao whowero Interested in th subject Ono of them was barred out on tho ground that though It tteemed a thojrt clear case at first blush thoro was no rcnl Illustration of thought transfer ence in it However that with two others will bo given Ono man was to go to dinner on certain evening where he v hoped to meet n woman nnd in fact know tlmt he would meet her The night before the day of tho dinner he had a distress Â¬ ing dreum in which he lost tho woman The dream made n strong enough upon him to induce Impression him to tell It to a friend tho Ho happened to next afternoon note the hour nt tho time It wns three oclock That evening he went to din Â¬ ner and found that the woman had been suddenly called from town by the illness of a relative leaving tho fclfy at three oclock This was voted by nil M not n good oasrt The next one Islwt Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ philosophical contemporary contends that the true remedy fordrunken ness lies not In the law but In the Gospel Tho drink habit is tho product of two rins Greed stands oncnefdduof the counter and appetite on tho other Law attempts te erect a barrier between the two The Gospel attempts to take greed out of one soul and appetite out of the other It Is a slow process but a sure ono The longest way round Is the nearest way home There ure two ways of curing sin one by restriction from without tho other by inspiration from within Tho ono way forbids tho boy to run in tho streets at night tho other makes the home so attractive to him that he does not wish the companion ship of tho street The oneway hedges Sunday round with prohibitionists the other makes It the most joyous day of the week Law says thou shalt not steal the Gospel inspires love for ones neighbor Tho religion of laws Is a religion of restraints and regulations The religion of the Gospel is a religion of inspiration and life The one is the Ten Oommaudmeuts tho other is tho Sermon on the Mount Sometimes however the Ten Com mandments and the Sermon on the Mount go very well together St Louis A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ono of the speakers was Sitting In a room when he began to think of u booh which he had rend when he wnsu child He had not thought of It In u great many years Kvon the pictures came before his eyes as plainly as If ho kept the lxok before him While he m thinking of tho stories und the pleUTrci a violent fit of trembling came over him His sister was In an adjoining room nnd he called out to her Lucy are you there Yes she answered and I feel frightened at something I dont know what It Is I am trembling Relieving In thought transference h at once jumped at this coincidence he called Whnt ureyouthlnklngof back without leaving the room whore he was Of an old story book which we used to read when we were children she ter replied Ho Republic 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ 1 it Journey lmenrfi fur Di nth it The proper way of looking upon death Is to regard it as a part of life It means transition lis transfer we were here we arc there Death as Victor Hugo said is not a blind alley but a thoroughfare opening on earth ending In Heaven Montaigne records that to hlin who told Socrates tho thirty tyrants havo sentenced them to death the philoso- Â¬ pher made answer And nature hath So the queen in sentenced them Hamlet seeking to console the mel Â¬ ancholy prince in his grief for hla father says Thou knowst tis common all that live must die passing through nature to eternity Accept death as Inevita- Â¬ ble Prepare for It as for a journey And then await the day and hour of deÂ¬ parture with serene composure If wo iuo ready tis rather to bo longed for than feared St Haul dipped his pen in the ink of inspiration and wrote To dio Is gain Heaven is a larger und fairer earth St Louis Republic fr What Is the matter with It sho anxiously womanlike Why Its the sumo ono oh 1 must have seen you wear It before That would account for It Hut vou never saw me wear It be- Â¬ This is tho first time fore hhe said that I have worn it What In the world Is It that causes you ustonlshmenl Im in suspense He then explained to her about his dream The gown which sho worn wan Identical in every respect with the otut which he had seen Inhls dream And ho said in finishing his story If that Is mere coincidence then I dont know what cant be called coincidence X Y Tribune paid A V nnd she wenl one with the pictures on to describe the very pictures which had come into his mind I lis sister was pale and trembling when he went tc her For that they could not ncconnf any more than for his similar condition have that it was a part of that peculiar mental condition which gave thorn the same thoughts Here Is the other ease which seenu clearly one to be noted A man dreamed that he met a womnn whom he knew Ho noticed tho gown The next which she wore particularly day in recalling the dream ho could remember the cut of the gown the rib-Â¬ bons which the woman had worn In the dress every bit of color and in fact could describe the dress In detail Tho next time he met tho woman he said at once This Is very remarkable What she asked The gown your gown you remember itthi POOR ADVERTISEMENT Tlutl Dili Not Mttdt tho lt iiiilrimientN Tttuonlitl iness man blandly Whats the matter asked the bus Â¬ us the irtite man In lllock of Thrrn Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 4 Â¬ Throe things to admire Intellectual power dignity and gracefulness Three things to love courage gentle Â¬ ness and affection Three things to hato cruelty arro- Â¬ gance and ingratitude Thrco things to delight In frankness freedom und beauty Three things to wish for health friends and a cheerful spirit idleness Thrco things to avoid loquacity and tltppant jesting Three things to pray for faith peacn and purity of heart Three tilings to contend for honor country and friends Kansas Farmer Two hundred charitable bequests were made in London lastycar amount- Â¬ ing to 7600000 Inquiries have revealed the fact that one fifth of this went to charity Tho total Increase of nil char- Â¬ itable institutions in Loudon for 1801 was 1110000000 Homo and foreign mis Â¬ sion received 110000000 of this aggro gute entered 1Ih office Didnt Matter cried tho Irate man I send you seven gross of our now foun- Â¬ tain pens Certainly And Its a fine pen I dont know when Ive seen a better And didnt you promise to wrlto a letter certifying to their excellence Of course I did And didnt I do It else In our office Yes but you Didnt I say that no business officii should be without them Of course you did but dont you see Yes but Didnt I say that we used nothing Didnt I say tlmt it was an actual pleasure to wrlto with them that thwyj were so good that they actually tomptetl ouo to write when he hud nothing tu write You said all that but Well what are you kicking about then I wanted tho letter for reproduction as an advertisement Well what of It What of It I Whutofitr Tho IruU man fairly danced about tho office Hang It man I Its a type written let- Â¬ ter Nice kind of an ad that Is You write mo a letter write it with ouo of those pens or glvo mo back tho pen Chicago Tribune Tho Chlneso nro sakt to wear live buttons only on their coats that they may keep in sight something to remind them of the five principal moral virtues These which Confucius recommended Humanity jiibtlcc order pru are dence nnd rectitude Anothnr 1Imh Ho whowouhr follow Christ In Ills Aged Admirer Think of all the luxÂ¬ glory must nlso bo co stent to follow uries a rich husband like mo could glv Him In llishumlliatlon you Miss De Young Oh a rich fa taw You wll never grow like Christ un would do just as well Marry my moth less you are in carnwfc abut it Alex r N Y Weekly MLiutm Â¬ Sunday-Schoo-Times jJms Milium i j iummuuu Eazel Green Herald SPEWOER COOPER - rfiirruh for Cleveland mnl SleveiiMiii lot every Democrat tnke 111 the cry nnri keep it hot until nflei the Editor election mill victory will perch upon our banner Inrpc vote WASHINGTON LETTER LOOK OUT FOR OUR Washington Juno A 18J Again the expected has happened in National politics It is already evident that this Presidential campaign is not to be run on tho enthusiactie plan The - 0 tituu fnmt t il ivmi iiomiuaiiou oif Jir ed by tho Democrats with the name oh- tI wi-u-nt- m L wjE nnmrni - T i m iKjbFREDJHEINTT HAZEL GREEN Friday July KY 1 1892 BARGAIN COUNTERS It HH rolpjyU Wf jJIManufaclurinE 135 E Custom Jeweler 1 R MAIN STREET nf AND Houit Square LEXIHGTOH J DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Iren Merit CROVER CLEVELAND Of New York For Vice President ADLAI E STEVENSON Of Illinois air that the lie publicans did the re nomination of lre One thing is certain idcut Harrison both men were nominated agaiiift the wishes of tho men who have in the past arrogated to themselves the privilege of controlling the nominations for President in their respective parties and both of them are free of obligations to the ixilit- ical bosses B Fl M to M M is While in Cincinnati we got WATCHES feAHHSOmM DIAMONDS JWLFY golid Sillier Optical Goods CLOCKS Ew hold of a Stock of Goods at 50 ron OONOUKSS We arc authorized to announce MARCUS C LISLE of Clark county as a candidate for Congress in tliu Tenth Kentucky district subject to the action of the Democratic party rKlection November 8 1811 Current Newsand Comment G Tiiuumak the Old of Democracy in Ohio says the Democratic ticket in tho best that could have been put up and that it will carry the country hi November like u cyclone Roman Hon Allen Boieh of Iowa the mom formidable opponent Mr Cleveland had in the Chicago convention last Friday eral election law Cleveland opposes it The fact that Mr Cleveland holds the telegraphed Grover his congratulatioiw same views on ttie money question as and assured him that Jo wit Democrats Mr Harrison does is what made the were for him o Alliance and Peoples party men want o a Wk have in prospect a fine lot of per- him nominated It will they say bring simmons and if there is any man in this out in strong contrast the directly oppo- Â¬ couuty who thinks the Prairie State of site view of that subject which will be Illinois will not go Democratic in the set forth by the Omaha convention and residential election well just wager the they count on it to get thousands of whole crop against an equivalent in votes for the new party pumpkins that she does Not even the important political events o of Democratic convention week could o o The Tammany braves of New York entirely overshadow the communication have already volunteered the informa- sent to the Senate by President Harrison tion that they will do all in their power concerning tho commercial relations of to elect Cleveland and Stevenson and the United States with Canada although this means a united Democracy in the they havo prevented its receiving the Empire 8tate Who then can tor a attention due to its importance It moment doubt the success of the ticket must be remembered that the communi- Â¬ in November cation was not voluntarily made but o was an answer to a resolution adopted o o The Herald enjoys the distinction of by the Senate calling for all the facts having been established on tho day that and copies of correspondence between Grover Cleveland was first inaugurated the two governments Mr Harrison President and it hopes in March 1893 frankly says thut there is no probability to celebrate its eighth anniversary with of commercial reciprocity between the a boom edttion in which will appear the two countries and goes into particulars inaugural address of this man of des Â¬ as to reasons the principal of which is tiny with illustrations of scenes etc that Canada is not willing to put any of o the manufactures of the United States o o Hon A Stevknson candidate for on the free list she wishes to send her Vice President on the Democratic ticket agricultural products to the United was born in Christian county Kentucky States free of duty and at the same time and graduated at Centre College Dan Â¬ to shut out American manufactures in ville in 1850 In voting for him we order thot English goods may retain carry with our suffrage a great deal of their supremacy Mr Harrison practi- Â¬ Stato pride and Democrats should go to cally recommends that Congress shall work to glvo tho ticket tho largest ma adopt retaliatory legislation against Can Â¬ jority over giveu in the Stato ada because of its violation of the treaty o of 1870 by discriminating against Amer o o Inavertently wo have failed to note ican vessels using Canadian waterways tho honor conferred upon ono of our and a resolution has been introduced in countymen Hon J C Lykins by the the Senate authorizing him to retaliate recent Stato convention but we now take Notwithstanding denials made by the pleasure in doing so Mr Lykins was gentlemen whose names have been men choHon as tho Democratic elector for this tioned in connection therewith there is district and wo regard tho selection as a belief here which is constantly grow- Â¬ highly complimentary not only to Mr ing that a full Presidential ticket will Lykins but to WolTe county as well Joe be put in the field by the silver men of is a Democrat tho West and South and that it will be and under his guidanco tho old Tenth made up from tho Senate one being a can bo rolietJAipon for a big majority Republican and tho other n Democrat 0 Senators Stewart Wolcott and Teller aro o o Wk this week placo at tho head of our the Republicans mentioned in this con columns tho Democratic ticket For nection and Senator Morgan of Alaba Â¬ President wo have that staunch Demo ma is tho Democrat It is rumored crat Grover Cleveland of Now York here that a movement is on foot to got tho man of destiny and for Vice tho Peoples party convention which President wo havo Adlai E Stevenson meets at Omaha July J to make its f t t f of Illinos thus representing with the iicKoi irom a list ot stiver collators in Â¬ ticket tho two largest States in the cluding those mentioned above and sev Union and we havo every reson to hope eral others that both will tall into tho Democratic Gen Horace Porter of Now York has column next fall New York is reason Â¬ declined tho chairmanship of the Repub ably suro to go Democratic all predic Â¬ lican National committee which was tions of soreheads to tho contrary not Â¬ tendered him by President Harrison withstanding and tho inlluencoof Mr who as the nominee of his party is en Stevenson and his followers in Illinois is pitied to tho privilego of naming tho thought to bo sufiicient ta carry that head of tho committee which shall man State for tho Demorats If overy Deino ago his campaign and suggested Chauu cnit will do his duty from now until coy Depew for the place It is now said election day wo aro suro to inaugurate a that Mr Depew uover hud any idea of Democratic President and Vico Presi accepting the vacant cabinet portfolio dent next March and we bcliove all tho although it was otlered to him and in Democrats without regard to past pref deed pressed upon him but it is just as cncw will Id in lino for victory next well to mako some allowances forxsuch ftorember Tho candidato for second statements as it is certain thev do not originate with President Harrison or ffoee leing a native of Kentucky it is with Mr Depow mid only those two mf to pcdict that ho will poll a very know all about it r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Governor o o o Another thing also is certain and for it all decent people should be thankful The campaign will bo freo from the per Â¬ sonal abuse which all too often forus the greater part of the arguments used on both sides in a National campaign There is little doubt that these two men clearly represent everything which the majority of their respective parties stand for As ex Governor Jackson of Mary- Â¬ land at present residing in Washington Doth men have been tried and puts it the people know just where they stand both men hold the same views on the money question Harrison would retain the present tariff Cleveland would large Â¬ ly reduce it and increase the free list Harrison favors the enactment of a Fed- Â¬ VvQRRaftRV RR cents on the dollar spot cash which we are going to give to our friends and the public while it lasts We have made up our minds that we are go ing to show the people that we appreciate their splendid patronage in the past and we are going to sell the splendid purchase we made at less than the goods can be manufactured for All we ask of vou is to give our several Trimble Bros WHOLES ALE Â¬ BQC mm MT STERLING KY 3rConsignment8 of produce and tlie patrnuauc ot Mountain Jierciiunts respect fully solicited jeHly J 11 Sharp Bruce Trimble TGDenton DENTON A look are going to name a few of the many big drives Have now a complete line of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes we will offer you and Gents Furnishing Goods Good Plaid Cotton sold for 8Jc now oe a yard We solicit an inspection of New Spring Style Shirting Prints fast colors 4c a yard New Spring Style Dress Prints fast colors 60 a yard our goods and guarantee priPlaid Cheviot Suiting former price 15c now JJc 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 Â¬ BARGAIN S TABLES We SHARP TRIMBLE MT STERLING KY Heavy Cottonade worth 20c now 10c a yard Cedar Pencils 5c a dozen Large Rubber Head Lead Pencils 10c a dozen Falcon Bank and School Pens 3c a dozen 75 Needles or three papers for 5c Large size Shaving Glass worth 10c for 5c Traders Deposit MTSTJSKLIKl Baijk 30000 KY Capital J M 200000 Surplus Extra large size Shoe Blacking 5c a box Good Shoe Brush for 10c l Good Garter Web 2 yards 5c or 25c a bolt 2 Extra large boxes Lily White for 5c Heavy Weight Note Paper 24 sheets or 1 quire 5c 50 Envelopes or 2 packages for 5c Five Thimbles all sizes for 5c Extra large Gilt Back Blank Book for 5c Wire Garters and Sleeve Holders 5c 24 Shoe Laces for 6c 7 8 and 9 inch Covered Dress Steels 5c a dozen Large 8 inch Rubber Redding Comb for 5c Large Horn and Rubber Fine Comb two for 5c Large Double Lock Money Purse 5c School and Package Strap 10c Ladies Hose absolutely fast black 5c a pair Ladies Fancy Hose extra large 5c a pair Seamless Mixed Socks 5c a pair Splendid Fancy Socks 5e a pair Childrens Black and Fancy Hose 5c a pair Fancy Domet Flannel Overshirs 25c each Mens Fancy Web End Suspenders 10c a pair 28 inch Turkey Red Bandana Handkerchief for 5c Childrens Fancy Handkerchiefs lc each Extra heavy and well made Striped Jeans Pants wortli Extra heavy 10 rib Umbrellas for 75c each Genuine Gloria Silk Umbrellas for 1 each Largo Fancy Border Hand Towels 10c a pair Fancy Colored Window Curtains good 5c a yard Ono dozen Napkins fringed for 25c G L MGSTAFF President KIRK PATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON o Cashier We respectfully solicit the businesN of mer chants farmers tradpra and business nieu generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us it chance to send you a bank book pay your checks and loan ynti money when in need W W Thompson Cash R S STRADER Successors to 74 E SON Co J A Lail Main LEXINGTON KY Wholesale Dealers in Strket Straight Kentucky Brandies Whiskies c Wines FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY Old CIGARS AND TOBACCO Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Tarr and Old Taylor 150 for 100 a pair H G FEDBR u Cut Price House dp RACE STREET 1G5 1G7 C fci IERY CINCINNATI OHIO Â¬ And thousands of other items we could name at equally low prices G FkdkuACo II In addition to above immenso bargains we will 00 Church Street New sell to every cash purcaascr of 5 UO or over also to every SSpeclal attention to mail orders York person paying us 10 00 or over in cash on notes and accounts DIM l IS QCAST1TT i MOST UNOEUWEAH SHAWLS HOSGLOVES KLANKETS SUS PENDERS and all kinds of wnalj wares and other goods in Notion nml Furnishing Goods Line 6 Pounds of our Choicest Coffee for One Dollar large size picture or chromo We have tho largest We also give free to every cash purchaser of 100 or more a very handsome gilt frame looking glass or a YEARS Stock in the State outside of Louisville We want your pat Has led all Worm Remedies ronage and will make prices to secure it EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED We will also take in exchange for merchandise or on SOIiT EVKRYWIIERE rrfpmdbj ItlflUKDSOfTitLOIDIEU COt HTMH notes and accounts all kinds or merchantable produce live DeBUSK stock saw logs and railroad cross ties ROSE Â¬ WORMS WHITES General Merchandise vermifuge FOR 20 CREAM VllMTlVM J T tx DAY THE CO Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers 9 HAZEL GREEN KY niaekhinithiug of all kinds solicited nnj work promptlv done We make a hpcciall of building iMiorse wagons and guarant nil work NOTICE All who aro indehted to the firm or either of tin for work must enw mid settle nid cash or satisfactory terms win he demanded for all work ilono hereafter M Thanking you for past patronage lieiting a continuance of the same we nw HOSE k I Bill respectfully Â¬ mLternkWi a OF EASTERN KENTUCKY T Tho fricncla of Mina Molllo Douglas nt this place will rejoice to hoar tluit she In Wolfo Morgan lurtfcr circulation i has regained her health and is now en- udntliitt that nil owiur jiujmrs 111 111 In MUSterllnB Win gngctl in training young ladica in music re louts Louisville and Illicit A lot fUtMJ V lrollh wince of bills received here a few dnya hrtSlflHil TK B8T Trade which ndvertiso the Kentucky VA t0 Sure Mountain vkuTISINO HATES pniiwHien nigh nridgo n9 a flummor re- TUVNHirNf Tableaux mcnts liisurtoil tor let tlinii 3 fort contain this pnrngrngh lavcrtlK will be 73 cents an inch lor llic Drat vivants by a class of twenty young la Â¬ lllll cunts an inch lor t auli sub- - dies from ifui and Lexinctoiri- K v under tho di- llJCli i u tfiili I TltVNSIKNT AllVKKTISINO MUST reetion of Miss Mollio Douglnss the v AliVANLi i t well known music teacher of the Blue stanjiin viVkutisiminth grass region JO 1 Gbeen Herald 1 J1 VV 1 UILLirS JT j11 II Trnn M ILKK joiiukks in n vth 1892 Of V ftn UU Hazel Sim Fair flssociaiion v TJI THIRD ANNUAL EXHIBITION Hardware Agricultural Implements r luck 12otl indies iuclies 5 Itichei it j Ijj 0 i 1 RONTON 0 Hy refcrimrto ouradvertisuicntsit will be seen the State College of Kentucky w again comes to the front in ottering a P1ILL CO liberal rates on larger advertisements practical education to the rising genera- Â¬ known on application Zeal notices to be interspersed among tion This institution of learning is one Is rtiniiiiiK constantly and doing tho best oi rcidlair matter 10 cents a Hue with n rils of the grandest in the State and as will work at the lowest prices Sunt of 25 per cent where they run a mouth be seen by for customers Special accommodations referring to the advertisement etc 3c a embraces all the professions and sciences from a distance ObEiries tributes of lespect Without detriment to our home trade Count six words to the line and iwid and is conducted by a faculty of twenty e will write Sev with the manuscript cents a line eight professors No Bids Offered for Bad Rolls Ittmries and publish at o vfurriutrc and death notices not exceeding published niKK Last week we stated that Green Whit tcu I aHi solicited and WmH FOIt KKOILAIt AllVKKTISINO taker of Hazel Green and Henry Shep We do not innkc them and have no demand for them in our trade rlYUHK QUARTERLY ON KM AND SPBNVEK COOPBIl herd of Upper Quicksand had killed Ilacl Jrcen ky THE MAYTOWN MILL CO 3 IllOJILDi - zl OLIVER HULLED PLOWS MALTA EVAP Â¬ PLOWS COOKS MILLS ORATORS CHAMPION REAPERS AND MOWERS STODDARD AND c ACME HARROWS DOORS AND SASH A SPECIALTY 110 and 112 Second Street c Tuesday Sept 37th Wednesday Sept 28th Thursday Sept 29th Friday Sept 30th in 00 IK 75 22 00 TJE pnflWB pt to 1200 in Premiums pel i i ion Open to Kg Â¬ 1 25 Cents Children over 10 and under 15 years 35 Cents Over lotyears Catalogues giving premiums in full will soon bo ready for distribution and may be had by addressing the Secretary ADMISSION IP Secretary and robtrtd a man in Virginia lately We are informed that it is not Henry John Linden is at the residence of Dr Shepherd of Breathitt but Henry Shep Tuulbeo for treatment herd of Floyd who did the deed and wo The men Mrs Lou Day made a flying business gladly make the correction are in jail and everything indicates a trip to Kzel last Monday hanging Jackson 1 lustier Work has begun on tho new Academy On the second Sunday in July a United Homo by the contractor Joe Clark Grove meeting will be held at Maple Miss Lula Kash left Wednesday morn Grove Rev F Agar and wife with jng for a visit to friends in Lexington delegates from different points arc ex and John A Taulbee pected to be present The meeting will H F Pieratt transacted business at Campion last Sat Â¬ commence at 930 A M and will continue all dav All are invited to come and urday Blessed seasons have been Mrs B G Jones who has been very take part imheld here in years gone by why not low with flux for the past week is again proving Willie Bascom and Sarah Jane son Major W II Taulbee spent several week sit the home of his son and daughter of our fellow citizen S R days this Perkins on Monday brought us a mess Dr John A Taulbee of fine wax beans all ready fixed for W t Lacy formerly bookkeeper for cooking and a mess of exceptionally fine Co is at Louisville undtr J T Day beets for which they have our thanks treatment for lung trouble Little Myrtle Ringo escorted them to J Richmond DeBusk went to West our office Liberty yesterday to be present at the R II Vnnsant Chairman of the Dem- Â¬ examination for teachers today ocratic Congressional Committee for the A good girl to cook wash and iron for tenth district has called the Committee 6 to fix a a small family can get a good situation to meet at Mt Sterling July for holding the Congres time and place by calling at The Hkuau oilice sional convention The place that will Rev F Agar will preach at Bethel probably be chosen is Estill Springs Wolfe county on Sunday next at half near Irvine All are welcome past ten oclock Hon Jos M Kendall announces him- Â¬ and better- - have been self as a candidate for Congress but Spencer Cooper guttering with chills during the past having received the notice too late to week but are now nble to be out again give it the attention it deserves we havo making it in the proper column Luln and Nellie Evans left Wednes deferred issue day for Campton where they will spend until our next their vacation with their grandpa Gov Dora the little daughter of W T Evans Swango and wife escorted by Troy PierD S Godsey was at home very sick att on Monday brought us a mess of accom on Sunday and Monday but able to re- fine bunch beans with the bacon Â¬ and they will accept thanks turn on Tuesday to his light house plan- paniment for same tation Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ D S GODSEY President W T SWANGO je7tf W W MANKKH Manager THE WINCHESTER BANK WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS WINCIIIWIKK K N KY CATLETTSBURC Tho Lnrgest Drug Houbo in tho Ohio Vnlloy II W1TIIEHSPOON President Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that aro Sold by tho Dozon It I HUNTER Cushion u -- wjjiujqu louuu square jeei oi rtour rvuuui -- o ERVE Kl Q vTIm iinlv ritncdv that is sold on an abso This Bank solicits the accounts of mer flute lMiarantec to cure all Pains and chants farmers traders and business men -- Anliim YnmnK im1 Coolie Dlarrluea Ivn generally throughout Eastern Kentucky Sentery etc Used internally and extcr- and oilers its customers every facility and otially The nest Mnlinciit in the worm 3 CENTS PHKE the most liberal terms within the limits of N N Â¬ Paid up CapitnT 20000000 Surplus 6000000 A6frOO0fr v jdu5oie proprietors oi uie lauiuiis i For the permanent cure of Pains In thej flunk nml nil illtmnlirn of the KidllCVSi and Urinary Organs Thousands of ccr- t elites of those who nave nseu mis o remedy win oe hciii on nppuuiiuuu HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL Sole proprietors of the renowned feSix legitimate banking oct8ly pitfttCooii sarFon Sam y Dnuo Stoium fr30 0frfrfr4OO and Country Storks Evkrywhkrb Pit ICE S100 3 A NATURAL REMEDY FOR Seh FEDER SILBERBERG 113 CO - - IIS W Third Street CINCINNATI O wIoI3aumOTi0ii1I1IWmanuiactuuesRepresented by W H GILL1S Epileptic Fits Falling Sickness Hyster- Â¬ ics St Vitus Dance Nervousness Ilypocliondria Melancholia In ebrity Sleeplessness DIz ziness Brain and Spi- Â¬ nal Weakness This medicine has direct action upon tho ncrvo centers allaying all irritabili- Â¬ ties and increasing tho flow and power of nervo fluid It Is perfectly harmless and leaves no unpleasant effects lipN 9 THE BEST A1NT MADE The Best isthe FREE m-i- cm ire uj a y iuure DIMume p tionta can lw obtain and poor ui viia- uui nuuici a irvotv thA nAvertind nv Af1 A Valuable Hook s Ifnro S killiiix rn v i ii Vt rH AiHN S3li tni anS fanVwm liowpiepuaunaBriBuii cvuu wo KOEN1Q MED CO Chicago III SI p r Settle Cfc 96 Sold 9170 -- BetUsaferSS Iu--- i- Pantor KmuIkJ Oiupest 61 tad-alnc-- 18 K U MtYAN WITH Mrs Lucinda Brewer sister of Joshua A letter from Georgetown Texas DeBusk has been very ill for some time brings us the nws that Miss Francis but is now we are glad to suite conval- Â¬ Harper was recently married to Henry PEARSOIMLARK WHOLESALE not a Patent Paint but the best Paint that can bo made by an experiended Practical Painter with the assistance of It is guaran tlio latest improved and powerful machinery teed to give satisfaction Will cover one half more space than lead and oil mixed by hand Sent freight paid for 1150 per gallon -- One reliable dealer wanted in each town Send for color cards etc to It is Lion Paint and Color Works LEXNCTON KY escing Coekrell at the residence of the brides S Harper Dr John A Taulbee was called to father John Frozen last week to see the infant child News reached our town on Wednesday of S E Taulbee and also the son of Eli that James Miller charged with killing Carpenter Shade Combs had been sentenced to two penitentiary from Breathitt Rev R A Irvin of Stanton will be- years in tho gin a series of meetings at the Presbyte- Circuit court rian church in this place beginning next Mrs Ellen Pieratt left for an extended Monday night visit with Lexington friends and relaWednesday morning She will Mrs Jos Oldfields whose illness has tives on Helens ere sho returns been reported in these columns is still also visit at St in a very precarious condition with in Â¬ home Â¬ Â¬ iir w 12 14 rk aiAmwam WW r LEXINGTON KY WEST MAIN ST Wholesale Boots and Shoes LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY To tho Trade of Eastern Kontuoky Contiguous to Hazel Groon GREEN HUFFAKER CO 10 1892 TABLERSDII C Hazel Queen Ky May Â¬ testinal catarrh MORGAN COUNTY Manda the wife of our colored fellow citizen Dick Franklin has our thanks for a basket of the finest onions we have wen this season The only daughter of Miles Wilson living on Lacy creek died last Sunday morning in her 19th year after a long and painful illness Rumor has it that the Three Forks Enterprise at Beattyville will soon be published again We have not heard who will be at the helm has sold the Paintsville Paragraph to a syndicate who will make additions to the outfit and in a short time resume publication of tho paper HO Herndon sister of Mrs Lou and Mrs Ellen Pieratt is said tq be luite ill at her home in Lexington and Mrs Pieratt has gone there to be with Mrs Lizzie Maxey her Mr Burton of Blaine and a Mr Nlvls of Paintsville were here Tuesday waking arrangements to have horses trained on tho track of the Hazel Green ydr association A Tho fourth quarterly conference for this work was held nt Union Menofeo county Juno 2r and 26 Presiding Elder C F Oncy was on hand and did all Itoyirtd lr HICHiKBBOHTlTWB KB CO the preaching and it was certainly well The Sunday morning sermon done would have Witness of the Spirit IDINGFELDEK done credit to n bishop The audience Bro Oney is was large and attentive CO M another mountain boy a When oh when will Congress put Importers and Jobbers of mnil stop to this wholesale bidding for Some of the wholesale men will routes GOODS AND NOTIONS we DRY make enough to do them this year mean over tho left Nob 537 039 and M- lFrank Sample of Ezel was in town West Main Street Saturday night on his way home from Cincinnati where ho had been to see Dr LOUISVILLE KY of Boston Mass Flower re Â¬ E B May and family have just HOUSE Hazel Grkek Ky turned from Elk Fork where they had IOU PAY Proprietress Mkh visitinc since Saturday ho This house has been recently refitted and Wivolkss iiiH June 27 returnibhed and the table is at nil time Itnte plied with the best in the market Free Curo For tlm Wuuor JIatilt reasonable Sample room attached and npe Patronage In liomo cure lor ilrtinkrnnrM re clal rnten to eoiiimeroliil men Positive -- ly and certain no loss respectfully solicited moveiiaHllre -infeI end reclno free from workf time year I II IONanoN E Itor Hni J Subscribe now Only Atlanta Imllann Â¬ Slnytmvn MIhkIIun We have this day completed arrangements with tho above named iirm and will handle their goods in large quan- Â¬ BUCKEYEL tities We especially invite an inspection by tho merchants as we are prepared to duplicate any and all prices quoted in Louisville Cincinnati or Knoxville Merchants can buy these goods almost at their doors and save large freight bills gureshothihgbutpiies We are prepared at any and all times to furnish these goods All we ask is a in any and every quality size and price A SURE and CERTAIN CURE Respectfully c CO J T DAY Green Ky known for 16 yaars as the BEST trial Hazel REMEDY FOR -- PILES 8TL0CIS OINTMENT GillFEt SGH001 BOOKS r l J ROBINSON T Ainricuii Hook Connuinv Hint will vimblu him to nell tho ucliool r rn HriiiiiMi in T Uwtaxl tf Iwlltftfit on at llie followinc reduced rates 10 M Hays New First Arithmetic McUufley Smull Prliin r Second Arithmctio lluviseil Iriinur o0 Third Arithmetic 17 Kclcctlo Speller 60 Key to SHtue 17 First Header Ri Arithmetic 1 Inml nril IllklH 1 -- UlLMlHUrC II nil II Oil IICI IIC lllHl WlOy II1BVH 1HKV IIIHIIIVII wr I Sis tli Tin nbnvp schooMionk pilblicHtioiiH of t II II iiuh have n full supply on hand for sale to school officers i books published bv th American Ir SehJfs dU in uie rlrV iiuim u OthVr orrPNiiond ntrlv low nr ets Compiny 137 Walnut Street Cincinnati Itook 1 Third Header Fourth Header Fifth Header Second Header 80 4 IHkIi 50 75 8fl ftil 10 Aninrtnan Hiwitr i McOuflcys 1st Kclcctlo Ocoxraphy 2d Helvetia Geography Kevtosame 7ft 1 1 1liln UHtrrauUv Pntiinutiv urn wellkfinuH HO 55 10 yJjjV DAY - 4V u dtUs m JA K f I lOa 1 StHdy as IMlAwtTi AKrN TwciitVieveii Professors and Instructors j Klght Courses of KNtlHerh VUrliiiry Mechanical 11lfiIoKIenl Civil Kiwlm erln Hcit Ih sJlcal Konnnl School ftouMtr ftjnl w aoro C t W00 ror etaiKHi ncr week in prlvnttj ftimllles lrQ torles iJOO OPENS SEPTEWBEIf 1 treUmH PATTKHiOM lh DM lxlngtn Kyf JW V -- f mm Hazel Green Herald aPENGER COOPER Publisher HAZEL GltEEtf t I KY loved oh how I loicd him for that speech tbnt it wont be such good fun without my dnughtor If she could only come- - if there wnsnt any question of that other follow that cant spare N thoy trot to tvronty ono Forthon tho limofl arrived for solid work to bo begun A boy can bo rlht smart V slick when ho Is In Mh tCOlM THE PROPOSAL Wr purty hard for Mien when ho knows nouns Nil of tho problem us In not heforo him In this llfo Tho hardest to Holuto I tlilulr Is whos to bo his wlfo nut when ho comos of ago hott not to show at ttint whats bothorcu tno of Into ltd bothered mo right bail Which ouo of six young loJo is tho best that cart bo had Theres Sarah ltlffffs shos mighty smart In baltln so thoy say Hut aint n bit o uso whunt comas to tossln up tho hay N Klah Johnson sho otiut cook not for u littlo bit Hut In tho flolila ho nlloivi showij a mighty lot Â¬ Its o grit N Polly Hankoys purty lino but Im afeurd o hor Shes hind o illrty thats a trait In wives I N Marthy Pollock knows too inuoh shes been to boardin school N thinks onloss a man can read thout stumb- ltn hes a fool N SatllB Peters mighty sweut to look at nd dont prefer all that Hut there in them as says whan Sadlo nets mad shes like a cat N Susan Jones Is rather nloo but say shes kind o queer Shus of tho kind to squeeze yor liand n wink call you denr N somehow when I meet Suo Jones I kind o want to run Per foaratshoH proposo to me ndl dontcall that fun Although Im fond o Susan thats n fact I Hut twouldnt hurt her not a bit to more shy Them six cant deny bo a bit I cant decide about V seoln s thats the case Ivo called on you Miss Porkins or if youll allow mo Grace To say at what upon the hull I think tho stylo for me S nklnd o quiet modest ilrl hcqU an you often Thtvklnd at nlnt afnard a work knows how to Vc6ok n sew Dont Hint or play planners nd aint allers on tho go sec Aint stuck on literary work is alters clean V neat Dout know so awful much she knouks a fuller oft lils fiot N though shus plain has looks enough V lrtokrshs llko to keep N with hor tulkln isnt llku to kill a fellers nl cp That thorns tho kind Miss Perkins as I thlnkll do ferine N do you know I sorter think I sorter think youroshc CarlyloSmlth In Harpers Huzar AFTER LONG- YEA US Tho Story of a Lovor3 Patlont Martyrdom I hud lOcn engaged to Loftus fifteen years tuul when I passed my tlilriy tdxtlrbirthduy tho serene outlook promised that 1 would bo engaged to him fifteen lnore lie was throu years my senior stout rather fair with an ugly charming face the kindest heart in the world and it strong energetic will At least it seemed to be energetic in every direction except tho way that led to marriage Not that 1 ever doubted the lovo of my Loftui nor his fealty but I could not understand why he seemed so blissfully content in being my lover just my lover No one could till tho role jnoro perfectly and his- devotion was so es tablished and so constantly apparent in oviuutlio slightest detail that ovory ono in Pluiloy where wo had grown up together blamed mo for Loftus probation and wiw openly reproached for llly dullyinjj with so hbnost annnii mid so true n lover I could not consistent- Â¬ ly inform the public at large and my censors in particular that however well disposed a woman may be sho cannot marry tho man of her choice un- Â¬ til ho asks her to name tho day and this preliminary my betrothed had studiously avoided He never even re- Â¬ motely approached any avenue that might lend to tho subject though he occasionally referred very sweetly ami tenderly to our Hfo together lit the future Time of course brought about many other marriages in our immedlato olr- clo All my brothers and sisters went olfju regular order uitll there were onlyloft with father Tom my young oHt brother and myself After awhile Tom went on tho roud for a Uoston commercial houpe and Unillly was of Â¬ fered a chance In a new brunch of the same concern just htarted in Denver To my great surprise father not only urged his acceptance of the offer hut expressed a strong desire to go with him and remain a year or two Dell wont want to leave Loftus ho remarked calmly and anyway theyll bo married beforo long 1 sup- Â¬ pose This had been a favorite supposition of futhors for u number of We could go by way of Chi- Â¬ 3ours cago and see Unolo Kb and the folks Its a trip Ive always longed to take I listened to these words and felt them as if they had boon blows of a clenched hund but tho pride by which An angol foil was strong In me as it is in in tiny of tho worlds commonplace and everyday womon I bit my lips to keep them from trembling as I said Wouldnt it bo lovely such an altoÂ¬ gether new life and experience Yes said father lightly and I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ -- In a moment I hnd made up my mind Hut 1 tun going with yon if you go I said smiling What did you think I can come Of course I need not stay back and be married or Loftus can come to Denver if wo like it enough to settle there You sec theres no time set for tho marriage and a year or two wont make much dlflereneo I am afraid there may have been a touch of sarcasm in my tone but it passed unnoticed Why thats it said Torn briskly Time goes on and people might as well have a change from the old rut We can shut up house here indefinitely We can find some one to keep the grounds In order Whats to stop us from having a picnic of three 1 felt In my own mind a vague idea a hope that Loftus might or rather perhaps desire to make it a picnic of four That afternoon when he came I spoke He usually stopped on tho porch every afternoon on his way home ex cept Tuesdays Ills bowling club and Kridays which were given lo poor little Kunice Craig who had been for years I thought it one of the an invalid loveliest traits in his character this kindness to one so weale and sufVoring Of course we ull went to see ICttnioe occasionally all of tho old crowd both married and single but Loftus was her anchor and stand by and tho feeling with which ho was regarded in the Craig household was little short of worship I was never jealous of the lime ne gave to i mince it made unlove hi in all tho more Well so when he came sauntering up the walk about four and took his seat near me in his flvorite big rocker I broached the Den Â¬ ver project with much promptness a lid gayety lie had begun to swing my hammock gently and continued so to swing it Hut youre not in earnest really are you Dell by asked at last 1 was dy ing to get a sight of his face but couldnt without sitting up Of course Im in earnest I re sponded readily Tom and father are in earnest why shouldnt be Hut Tom and your father havent me to think of You great baby I answered laughI wont stay longer than a year ing You might see some fellow you would like better said Loftus for- Â¬ lornly Oh I hink I am too old now to I was beginning change my mind to be a little amused at his resigned yet wretched manner I dont know that women ever get too old to change their minds said Loftus in the same repioaeliful tone Do men ever get old enough to make up theirs was on the point of my tongue to ask but I have never been sharp with Loftus and it seemed a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ trip poor time to begin Yon could come and sou me once or suggested twice Its a delightful 1 Awfully oxpensive dear said this exasperating man Well if I i ay yourway out you can surely pay it hack I said laughing but Loftus did not laugh I mightnt want to come back ho said gently Then there was a long silence and the hammock went on swing ing Had ever woman such an aggra Â¬ vating lover and one so dearly lovable This was the beginning of many such Wo kept perfect friendli discussions ness while opposing each other on every point and our talk always ended JIo demanded no where it began sacrifice but On the other hand he I felt that 1 was only reotVered none sponsible to Loftus in so far as desired his happiness 1 desired it with my whole heart for in it lay my own enfolded but 1 felt too deeply to be anything but firm and proud And so tho day came tho still beautiful Oc tober day and Loftus walked to the train with us and waved u a good by from the platform as wo rushed uway with a shriek and rattle from dear old Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ IMmley Hut first we had a moment to ourselves on tho shady side of the station with not a soul in sight but I dont think Loftus would have cared If there He kept his had been a regiment arm around mo and never took his eyes from my face I was very very miserable but I smiled and chatted through It all Loftus scarcely answered me ho ground his teeth now and then and once tho tears canio down his face You know that I belong to you wlforever you are you believe it dont you Doll he said once or twice And then Its hard to lot you go liut the whistle shrieked and father called Come Delia and then poor Loftus kissed me with a smile and whispered Hod lovo you Delhi my wife my dear dear wife Those were the last words I heard him say and then fa Â¬ ther leaned across to close the car window against the cinder showers and Tom was putting on his big loose linen Â¬ Â¬ coat We went to Chicago and stopped at othor cities along the lino and onme Bafo at last to beautiful Denver but my heart stayed in Titnley it was a great big glorious world that the train hud traversed vast stretches of prairie mnjestta heights of mountain land busy thriving towns and active splen- Â¬ did people PJinloy was nllttloqulot vlllajjefumong the Now lSughuul hills i perhaps respect her sex and her beauty and behave better than tlie3r had with other touchers The experiment seemed to have been a success after the first week or two They were worse than ever for a short time said the superintendent and then her bright cheery manner seemed to make an impression on them So the superintendent was both sur- Â¬ prised and sorry when she tendered her resignation and tried to induce her to reconsider the matter I cant do it I find I she said am not strong enough I admit that it tires otn greatly I said the superintendent resume there is nothing so exhausting us the work of a conscientious teacher al Â¬ though tho public never seems to realize it I go home everv night utterly worn out she said and my health is suf- Â¬ fering Yes be admitted the tax on the nerves and the brain The nerves and the brain sho re peated in surprise Wiry yes All brain work is O can stand that all right inter Â¬ rupted the pretty littlo teacher but Im not strong enough physically to do the manual labor required by that class I tried kindness at first but that wouldnt do and then hurt She ubsont inlndedly picked up a And youve found him havent guttapercha rule bent it to see that it you said my dear dear Loftus And was supple and whisked it through the whom are you you little brown milk- Â¬ air a oiiole of times maid witih the sunburnt face I cant stand it No she said Oh those wonderful sweet first mo- Â¬ The physical exertion is wearing ine ments when I knew ho was wtyh me out Chicago Tribune once again liut I think he must have RUN STARTING A been aware that my face was dirty though he called it sunburnt A Splendid llltiMtriitlon or tho Crowtli of Konior And why have you come in this I asked I began tocol way The damage that can be done by ex Â¬ him when aggeration as reports pass from mouth lect my thoughts a little Oh the idea of surprise was Toms to mouth received a striking illustration T found him at his place of blisipcss and in Akron the other daj About nine wo came out together and then ho told oclock in the morning a runawaj horse mo to wait for you here and be would dashed through the plate glass window of one of the biggest banks of the citj make some excuse to send you alone Oh Loftus but I mean how hap The incident of course caused consider- Â¬ pened yon to come from limley so sud- able excitement for a moment and us the news of it spread through town denly and without telling nle some nervous and excitable individual Dear said Loftus with a very connected the words run and bank grave face I came because because in an ominous way This idiot soon Kunioe is dead could only look at him with wide was convinced that there was a run on the bank and he so told all tho eyes of amazement Wnniiiii Pt iiip t6 ilnnil vnnniitiil shop people 111 his neighborhood That still more softly J can tell you now was enough Nothing more was needed why I cohld not sooner claim my wife My twelvo oclock that day there were Hut you have trusted me as never hundreds of monc3 niad and frenzied woninn trusted husband or lover Dell men and women around that bank Dell how could you know that I have scrambling to withdraw their deposits loved you ull these long long weary The broken plate plass window onlv served to increase their excitement and years that we have lived apart Â¬ I did not heed his question Hut Oh all attempts by the bank officials to explain the situation were howled down I said with a rush of poor Kunlce sorrowful remembrance We had both H3 the closing hour in the afternoon known her as beautiful strong and thousands of dollars had been drained young and the ending of the story from the vaults of the bank and but Her life was too for other banks coming to the assist Â¬ seemed so pitiful sad Loftus we can only be glad of the ance of the unfortunate institution that night by distribntlng circulars around release the cit3 telling depositors that the3 You never know how and her life was Delia said Loftus gently nor the other bunks would cash ull how much I suffered for iter While checks property certified on the bank she lived I could not ask you to bo my with tho broken plate glass window wife Sho had made mo promise this tho run would huvo continued the next loug long ago though sho knew I da3 and resulted hi busting the hank for there is no institution that can loved you with every beat of 1113 heart withstand a run without warning I Kunlco made you promise asked slowly It seemed 1 could not Chicago News understand his words NfliMitlflruUy Deduced Sho hud 110 right to ask this uoii I am afraid cook Is getting care- Â¬ llce ho said qulokhVMmt she had less said Prof Potterb3 I find here loved me all bur life 1 did not dream In 103 apple pie a specimen of the of her feeling until once when 1 was Diptornts Horealls Apollinaris an in- Â¬ very ill you remember the time I was sect that never was known to select the hurt so badh in Craigs lumber mill apple us Its habitat Either Mur3 Ann They nursed mo at tho house yon Is getting cureless or I have made a know and Hunlco was with mo day and yaluablc scientific discover Indian Â¬ night Sho thought I wan dying and apolis Journal did not hide her heart poor child but 1 was engaged to you Do 3ou notice how Miss Tom and I told her and after that she never seemed like English drops her 03es when 3011 speak Dick No but I notice how herself again And then her great ill to her nets came and the doctors gave her no she drops her hs whea bho speaks to hope of recovery lhut was the time me Yule Record 1 and in it was the one loved human be Â¬ ing who made or unmade the world for mo Ho wroto to mo often my dear strange Loftus but ho never spoke of coming nor of my return His letters were full of kindness and sweet every Â¬ day affection but there was a tinge of bitterness in their tone a feeling us of one at hopeless variance with fate I used to cry over them and reproach my- Â¬ self so bitterly for what Surely I need not blame myself when he had not repoached me If only once he had written to me Dell come back or Dell I miss 3011 or made me in nny way conscious of a nearer duty to hint I am sure I could never have borne so patiently nor at all my exile Hut as it was I could only let the days go on though tlfe sweetness of my life seemed going with them- and wait We had a lovely little cottage for our housekeeping father and Tom and I on the outskirts of Denver and a view of valleys and mountain tops that were a ceaseless wonder and delight I felt the charm of this grand solitary na Â¬ ture in the intervals of pining for the picket fences and dwarf orchard of my native heath and used to rove about in stout shoes and a big hat getting within restricted limits some faint idea of magnificent distances so lavishly spread before the eyes One day came in before dinner rather tired very sun burnt and dusty and was about to dis appear for half an hours seclusion and bath when I heard a mans footstep sound quickly on tho wide piazza I knew it was not time for Tom but nevertheless Tom it proved to be He had come in from town a little early his hands full of packages books etc as usual Delia he called can you come back down the road with me now this minute Theres a poor sheep there thats badly hurt in some way I dont exactly know what has happened but bring some milk will you and well see what we can do It isnt far just oil the first turn by the wheat field Ill run upstairs with these things first Hut did not wait for Toms escort 1 was oil down the road with a little tin pail of milk almost before his last word reached me The sun was near its sot ling and the low evening light seemed to spread in a hush over the wide beauty of the world I crossed to the wheat field and through the gate in search of my wayside patient and there a little in from the road standing quietly against the hedge and looking at me as came stood Loftus I dont know what happened to the milk but I knew afterward when he showed me how badly his clothes were deluged for the dear fellow was kneeling on the grass before me with his face balden in my arms I cant remember what we said at first it washomixed with sobs and tears and kisses He looked pale and worn and thin Loftus thin Audohit was so sweet toJaugh together as wo laughed when I stammered out Tom sent me here to liiul a sheep that that was 1 Â¬ 1 that summer and 3et for twelvo Ccosb3 Emory There are now at tho university tf years twelve years Delia she has kept me froni your side Doesnt it Oenevu VJS men and Wl women medical seem inexplicable how such a thing students nil Uussions or Poles could happen Oh SCHOOL AND CHURCH sho mado mo promlso not to marry un- Â¬ til sho died and abova nil never to tell The llryn Mnwr Knropenn felloes you she hud asked this promise No t has Ihhmi received by Annfc ship one thought she could live longer than isj J 1 1 jj 3on dear splendid martyr I said gasping you And all tho time I thought von didnt care Care said Loftus with an emphasis that made me feel nself a wretched ingrate And then he added In a deter- Â¬ I want 3011 mined buslness llko way to marr3 me to morrow Dell not one du3 later Ive been a mart3r long enough I felt that ho had been indeed but I answered laughing Then you must begin to be a saint And lie realty proved himself worthy of the name by waiting more than a week with most exemplary patience until I had a pret t3 white dress made for the wedding Wo are living in IMmley in the old house under the maples Father is with us and Tom comes on flying visits now and then Our children piny among the lnnes and meadows whore I and Loftus played I am a very hap Â¬ py woman but I often wonder how it would have been if ljunicc had not died Madeline S Hridges in Ladies Homo The Catholic Total Abstinence union has grown from n few scattered momocrs to ia societies with 2ato members Almost one fourth of the roeelnjj of the Hnsel Missionary society conic from subscribers who give onty a half penny u week Nearly 00Kt is a una 13 reoeivou from this source 1 j has announced that he doesnt want any rich people in his congrega- Â¬ tion but prefers to preach to the low the holy and the tough of his neighbor 1 N George II Hlshop of Orange hood A Journal TOO GREAT EXERTION The Hohonlmuuiii Performed Too Much ilivxlcui IHbor The pretty little teacher had been put in charge of a class of small boys under tho impression that thoy would logical schools Miss Anna Wood director of phys ical training at Welleslev college looks forward vtith eager eyes to the time when her college brat crew can contest with Harvard and Yale She is not sanguine though as to the prospect of the girlsever excelling in foot bull Mrs Marshal Hallington Hoothis said to receive but seven dollar a week for hor services to the Salvation Army With all her public work she Jlnds time to make her little boys garments ami to look after the housekeeping of her small simple home in lersev City Cecilia lleaux of Ihilndelphin has won for the fourth time the Mtrv Smith prize of the Pennsylvania academy The conditions thit accompany the gift provide that the same person shall not receive it more than five times and that the competitors must be residents o Â¬ coiupuiuuous The Protestant Christians of Japan number over organized into over JOO churches with about t ordained Japanese ministers and nearly ROD lupuncse evangelists and workers and with nenrty HID men training in theo-Â¬ t i his parishioners to pick out the texts for his sermons Hut unless he excr elses a veto power in some eases the practice might give rhe to awkward Gardiner Me clergyman allows t t B k 1 s b u a pi ho bu h mi i Pennsylvania Â¬ 1 has issued an appeal to the hristiuii young men of Great Mritain to come to America entering his training school at Chicago and engaged in Christian work in this country lie says that there was newr such a demand for voting men for Christian work as in America to day The calls are from everv center of the country for evangelists home missionaries Sunday school missionaries city missionaries pastors assistants nnd Y M C secretaries All the calls that can be met are supplied but In many cases requests have to be denied Mr Moody Â¬ to ton lr oni hoi floi aim idd win 1cm cho fL of 1 for tack of men ON A thoi han THE BORDER ri rub wax Iund AVln Civlllnitloii and Smuprrj Meet aim 11 Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 -- Ppon the one thousand five hundred a tc miles of the shore of Lake Superior givei there are living now less than one hun dred thousand persons imd these aro hh Hon mainly in bustling cities like Duhith kill Superior and Marquette in industrial Ihrei colonies like Calumet and lied Jacket bowl or in struggling little ports like Fort itrali William and Port Arthur Even there Keep the wilderness and primeval conditions bnlh ire face to face with robust civilization jrhle which is shouldering its wny us capital perlm s accustomed to do rather than as tonic latural growth usually asserts Itself ftmip iNot that it is not a u holly atilv intural growth which we Hnd Of Ml it all points on the lake shore live ror it is all in response to the Inex trcry orable laws of suppty and demand bottle Yet the communities there have sprung nto being far apart from well settled egions in answer to these laws Thus it happens that to day one 111117 ide vin an electric street car fo the starting point for a short walk to a trout stream or one mav take the steam railroad and in an hour alight at ToreM station breakfasting there but enjoying for luncheon a cut of the deer or dish of the trout or the partrklg which be has killed for the purpose Is so to sa3 a region wherein the wholesale fisherman with his steam- Â¬ boat disturbs the red man who isspcar ing fish for s ppor where the wolf blinks in the glare of the electric lamp and where the patent stump puller aw the beaver work side 113 side The strange condition is most fitaf tllngly illustrated by a recent occur rence In Michigan in the same regfc Close to u watering resort which crowded in summer by persons from over the west some men were citttlK timber in the winter Two brothert were among them One hit him with an axe cutting open an artery his leg Tho other hurried away surgical help When the messengcrxf turtwd nntbiiif lint tlu bones of brother wore loft Wolves attract by the scent of his blood had eat i him up It is thus that there in forced op the comprehension the practical ne ncss of this giant fresh water which geologists would have us b lk is millions of vutirs old ami which cv hlbtorj-- mentions in detailing the plolts of men who died in the tecnth century Hut with the ronU this new civilisation have 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litMrli klliol Mil wf rmy NT njti v w rn i Im auiIihm ini MUTT u iiou Mini A u I y vl fWP W rrrtfW M4 fiioii fi uMtSv U tow It im m first thiut nith the yttl T ft to the brUieltetieL the eooU h wAn4 to wo dP7I I - g r UU7 ua4 ifa M wno v 1teT nVrt VtUfW 1 Mil ibv tiu yot kuowrti wIW Vf Will for lilMiiwM fJWii I raval m quhk NP M WUMCUy CO UAfOHTIC I mvjr Um hfliHt jm Htl not WIHHf Mtui tHtrumiMit htltb UUsw ujH my vmmm JtoV W -- I TACTOJiNDOlfrAitlC vMWvmiWfWMfytlM liOhVM II I w t 7 s NGINES Tiwien HlillMlIlHHi l lllll I II II H Olli wriMutitfi r W iV lUl Ii Ii Uif IniI ami Horn Powm yiluripi iWI H MM At wk1 VIUv IviMHliHr Vd M tT tfo tit u ftfLJlIifi to U ItMmlyjMMtUiwllto OADfTD MAMftMi VMMlll M I tlJ K - iuMjStv - tfW iffi y BlSaftffW mmliVr my Di i - KnHtHfiky JmIi4 - MlJ4WvUL TTiwfwtf Hk Bi I mi i W Danville AwgHst 2nd 5 daya VerMiiltot August 2nd 0 daya kforiHHurir August Oth i days HjnriMgflclil August Oth 4 daya Columbia August Oth 4 daya Awreticeburg August Oth 8 daya Nicholaavllle August 10th 5 days Cnmpbellivllie Auguat 16th I days Union town August 16th 5 daya Maysville August 23rd 6 days Lebanon Auguat 28rd 1 days Henderson August 23rd 5 faya London August 24th 3 days Lexington Auguat 24th 5 days Frankfort Auguat 30th 5 dnya Paris September 6th 5 daya Ityrdstown September 6th 5 days Howling Green Sept 6th daya Wincheater Sept 13th 5 daya KlizaJbothtown Sept 18th 4 daya Horao Cave September 20th 4 days Cynthiana ecptembor 29th 3 daya Jlnrtford September 28th 4 daya Mt Sterling Sept 27th 4 daya Hnzel Green September 27th 4 daya Oiyenton Ootober 4th 5 daya July J lti 2 ihh iMMmtor July IHh2 day frMineiM July UHh G tlnyn jrrrKWrn July 25th C daya lulv ISli S iltivii The Public Holioot That which applies to the schools In BuiN county will also appropriately apply Â¬ To those of otlier counties and we there following from the Owinga fore copy tho We do not wish to bo ville Opinion understood as giving ndvlco to the school trustees they will bo the recipients of nu abundance audi as it is but we hope that the gentlemen will use their best judgment in tho selection of a teacher regardless of tho opinion of others Let the school be a public school in the widest acceptation of that term Let the churches keep hands off and a man be selected who will teach u school that will reflect credit on the community The trustees last year reflected great credit on themselves and the community in their selection of teachers and in repairing the school building and we have no doubt but the present trustees being men of experience and good sense will do quite as good work Â¬ ASHLAND PARK STALLIONS FOR 1892 Yearling exhibition 2311 tf twn yearcld record J2l tf three year old record JJ4M third heat four year old record 222 five year old record 220J4 fourth heat six vear old trial 217 Black horse 153 hand high foaled June Iff 1881 Bred at Ashland Park SlltEDBY BANKKK414I Own brother to Jivnundcr sire of Lysander William Kearney Watt 224 Bov 220 22bHand Lvsamler Chief 1010 Find Dam Patde Patchen trial 2tSgrandain of Chesuut WiJks 220 by Mambrino Patchen sire of the dam of hiv Wilke Astral 2 18 Itosa Wilkes 218K 216 Meora 218tf Houri 217 Klvlru 218 and twenty nine others in the 2U list Second dam Mainly by Stanhopes Blood Hawk sire of the dam of Almont 217M and A ley Wilkes 220 Third dam Pattie bv Downings Vermont sire nfthedamnf Kuigma22ii Mambrino Bruce 240Hi Hire of Kit Curry 218K Bell Wilson 225 Gills Vermont sire of Bonner Bov 223 and sire of the dams of Nelly Abel 224K Col Brudsliaw 221 L 22Vi Jambetta 22i The King 22i Pearl 230 Outlaw 229 Fourth dam Jcs de bv Thomas Jefiersou He is a beautiful black with right hind ankle white stands 15 hand high and Shu perfect horht-- all over having both none and substance combined with the form and finish characteristic of the croaa he so well represents viz llambletouiau sire and Mambrino Pntchen dam This cross stands us the very best because public performances have de monstrated its value Of its many repre sentatives not one is the superior ot Bermuda for not one has demonstrated the same ability to train on from vear to year begin ning with the yearling form itoue are better bred or better looking As a sire his success is assured as nut of eight his first crop two entered the list last year as two year olds unmelv Bermuda Bov 220 half mile track and itosemary 223 Bermuda Boy being one of the largrst winning two year olds of 1891 his first uolts be ing foaled in 18H0 Judgud at this age no stallion ever sired more uniform natural- gaitcd colts with speed unprecedented He will stand for mares season of 1802 at 200 TO INSITKK the money to be paid as fol100 ut the time of service and the lows other 100 when the mare proves in foal being limited to thirty outside mares Parlies wishing to breed to him had better book their mares early Â¬ Â¬ BERMUDA 5874 We know of no preparation for the hair and scalp that equals Halls Hair Rcnewer A Toii TlimiwiHiUYwnr Clock ft SA w l A v That Oooil Mrdlrlno Mr 0 D Cone attorney of Parker Eolith Dakota eaya I take pleasure in uiviitL to the public m I have to my friends and acquaintances for the Inst five years that I conaider Chamberlaina Colic Cholera and Dinrrhtca Remedy tins best medicine for the purposes it is intended that I ever tried Since I have used i X would not bo without it I was rwaya subject to cholera morbus and never found anything else that gives the relief that this remedy does I never le ive home without taking it with me and on many occasions have ran with it to the relief of some sufferer and have never known it to fail My children nl ways call for that good medicino when they have a pain in the stomach or bowels For sale by Rose Jones Killed lijr n Gun Trap A Frankfort special to the Courier Journal Juno 23 At half past 10 oclock tonight John Daley met a sudden tirid violent death while attempting to rob tbo money drawer in Fincel Bros butcher shop Fined Bros till has been frequently tapped of late and to put a stop to thievery they set a trap for the thief in the form of a rifle so arranged that when the door of the shop should be opened the rifle would bo discharged Daley entered the stoe from the rear through a window and in attempting to open the door connecting with the front riMini of the uhop discharged the rifle the ball entering tWstoniach ami causing an ugly wound from which death ensued in less than an hour When found atul interrogated as to how 10 had bevm rtllOt in imawnrnd Look at the door and you will see Mr Fincel and hi wife both fainted after seeing tho body The Coroners jury held an inquest and brought in tho following verdict 4The deceased came to his death by a stint from a gun trap while attempting to rot a store Daley was about eighteen veura old and was the sou of Mr Louis Dalev of this place Â¬ Ilerr A Noil of Berlingen Germany has constructed the most marvelous time piece that was ever evolved from the human mind Calculation baaed on two years of solid going prove what the maker claims for his wonderful clock viz That it will run for 10000 years without winding Hands on tho dial point to the time of day the day the week months seasons and years It also calculates the changes in tho moon and tells when the sun is fast or slow The clock is the result of five years of patient arduous labor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The following clipped from the Burlington Junction Mo Post contains information of no little value to persons troubled with indigestion KV Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It S nt i I - nd Wl t I to the big cities Four years ago Andrew Jackson Aeher was a sturdy Kentucky mountaineer possessing nothing but a wild tract of land whose metes and bounds were not even determined a wife and a log cabin full of children and last but not least a trusty rifle with winch be defied the entire power of the greatest railroad corporation in the pouth when it attempted to poach on his preserves A few days ago this obscure out inde Â¬ pendent Kentuckian received 100000 for a piece of bis land and has long since laid aside his gun for a walking stick Capt AMier remains amidst the surroundings where the days of his sim plicity were pascd but should he take a notion to venture into the haunts of ClmmWlnlti Kyo ami Skin Ointment man where glory and grandeur abound A criiTAiv cure for Chronic Sore Kves he could be depended on to cut as good Tetter Salt Hheuni Scald Head Old a figure as the best of them Louisville Chronic Sores FeverSores Kczemn Itch Times Prairie Scratches Son- Nipples and Piles In another column of this paper will It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of cases have been cured bv it after all other be found an advertisement of a medicine treatment had failed It is put up in 2r known as Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarroja Remedy for sale by Roso fc and T0 cent boxes For salo bv Rose Jones of this place In almost every Jones octOyl neighborhood throughout the west tjiere are some one or more persons whose lives A Good DMnoornt It is Some one speaking of the intelligence have been saved by this remedy natural for such persons to takeespecial in mo norse reminds us that some weeks since tho Sheriff announced from the pleasure in recommending the remedy to The praise that follows its in Court house door that all good Demo otliertroduction ami use makes it immensely crat were- wanted within Jack tho spotted pony belonging to Hon A W popular While it is intended especially Baseom was standing down tho street in for colic cholera morbus dysentery and a buggy but when ho heard tho word diarrluca it is also claimed to cure chronIf such be the case it is Democrat he made a bee lino for tho ic diarrluca jOpurt house not stopping until the bug- Â¬ certainly a Godsend to many a poor gy to which he was hitched came in mortal contact with a tree nearly in front of tho Major J II Tabler tho well known Court house door Mr Bascom is a contractor accompanied by his partner staunch Democrat and Jack has absqrbed Democratic principles until ho Capt Cundup of Knoxvifle Tenn will city for several days for tho - U loyal to tho core Owingsvillo Opin- - be in the contracting for buililing artipurpoM of ion ficial and they have tniio pavementalready secured several contracts They Hlumlttnl InvttMtiiiuut S 8 Brandt of Montgomery Mo went to Beattyvillo Monday for the pur WlitfM Pimm civs r pose of securing tho contract to build uml m inibWU Ml tho ill vJV Winchester and Beattyvillo road lunula Oiiitmen I havo used it for from Kentucky River Bend to Proctor bock windpufls and thoroughnin Kreat success Would not bo with Major Tabler is exceedingly popular in largo the having built ii r y Iwrn Fomaloby Roso Clark Sandy railroad a in 1871part ofWin 2 A Big Jones Â¬ - ti And ltd fwlltiP ftf tlin Illtlf bus been subject to crump colic or fits of imlKistion that prostrated him for several hours and unfitted hint for hiiMucxs for two or three days afterward About a year ago we called on a J Butcher drigglst and asked for something to ward oif an attack that was already making life hideous Mr Butcher handed us a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholcru and Diurrhoju ltemedy We took tho medicine according to directions and not only found relief on that oc Exhibition trial Oct 9 1880 223 casion but have several times since tried and found relief in every in- Bay horse In hands 3 inches high foaled its virtues May 3 1878 The handsomest sou of his stance We take this method of acknowl great sire and the handsomest of any trotedging the cure to all others subject to inting bred in the United States digestion SIUKI BY GKOHUK WILKES 222 For sale by Rose Jones Guv Wilkes Sire of Harry Wilkes 213 Mike pacer 2ir So so 2Wilkes Wilcox 215 Wilson The possibilities of development in this 210 pacer 210 A714 Joe great country are by no means confined ltosu Wilkts 218K Wilton 211 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FAYETTE WILKES 2036 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Eddie C pacer 220 Norman Medium tine 223 4 Brooksidc Flora 220 and the 220 Catnille 2S20 Buzz Medium 22ov dams of Thornless 218KCyclone 223M Brigadier 221 Ji Harry Medium 221 W Granby 22 Graceful 2LoM and Hani Edith 222K5 First Love 222 1 letta 221 Eracii jv occ Mimravers Second dam Sal dam of Coaster C20 Capest dam of Cnnnnt tain Clay Driftwood ami gnindam of First dam Mamie three yearold record 233 Adeline2U Marlowe pacer 215 by Canada Chief West Hank 2H7 three vears old c by sire of dams of Governor 230 and Joe Allie West 74V sire of lWtt J 141 Hooker sire Maud Maeey 2 17 ke ley Friel 210 1 4 Frnnk Champ 21014 Third dam the dam of Sole that produced Charley West 227 Kachel B 228 Js 4r Blanche 225K by Imp Yorkshire sire of also sire dams of Mollie Wilkes 222 the dam of Ashland Chief sire of Black Wilkes 222 1 4 ltuen 220 1 4 Wekt Cloud217K it luces u1-- i4 ivc Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred sire of Pritiee 227s ten miles in 2808 K Second dam Madam Headley dam of M1m Mabel winner two year old Kentucky Thn fee of Fayette Wilkes is within the Breeder Stake 1881 and Bapidnn dam reach of nil and lower than that of any ot Lockhart 214 by Stanhopes Edwin horse of equal merit in Kentucky Season Forrest 851 sire of Harrv Stanhope 231 UK or200TO INSUIIK son of Edwin Forrest 4S sire of Billv Bos kins 220 4 Champagne 230 mid the dams of So So 217 1 4 dam of Ail So CLOUD 5195 220K Mambrino Dudley 219 London 220 Ac Out of the dam of Black Cloud 217K his sire out of the dam of Wilson 210K Third dam Mrs Stanhope bv Mambrino Chief II sire of Lady Thorn JlSfc Wood Bay horse foaled Marcli 31 1881 Bred at lord Mambrino 22tM and four others Ashland Park His sons sired London 220K lmmm BY ABDALLAH WEST 25S3 SlKKI sire of Patron 214 1 4 and 79 oth 221 Sire of Wilkin 227 ers His daughters produced Piedmont First dam the dam of Black Cloud 217K 217 1 4 Director 217 sire of Direct by Pilot Walker pacer 218 1 4 pacing 200 Margaret S 212M Second dam the Cluke Pacini Mare c ind 21 others in the 30 list Notk Abdullah West 283 by A Hie West Fourth dam by Hunts Commodore sire of iirst dam Mb Coons dam of Wilson 210 dams of Commodore Belmont inire of rar by Chirk Chief second dam Ohio by rie Belle 223M Doncnster 22S 4 CraAmerican Clay third dam brought from nium 2 28 K te and Mainbrunellosireof Ohio and represented to be by Browns Sadie Howe 220 Tom Bnttou 22c c Bellfounder Abdullah West died at six Filth dam by Copperbottom gnmdire ol years old He was the most promising dam of Hosalind 221 ang Donald 227 colt I ever bred Notk Happy West is a rich mahnguny West Cloud is a rich mahogany bay lo bay 10 hands 2 inches high and a horse of hands 2 inches with black maiienndtail elegant style with as good action as any and black les exteudiuu above knees and son Happy Medium ever sired as at two hocks He is a powerfully built horse for years old he could trot in 240 and would his height and has the most finished set of have trotted in 230 at three years old had it feet and legs it is possible to get on a horse not been for an accident on the enrs by of any breed As a two year old he gave which one of his hind legs wns injured evidence of bejnsf possessed of remarkable causing him to have to be thrown out of speed as with little handling he trotted a training In this horse I have the utmost half mile in 118 5 and miles in his work confidence as a great sire being by llnppy in 2AlJi At three years old he was not Medium one ot the most noted of the sons trained owing to n very severe attack of of Hambletouiau and out of a daughter of pink eye Ho also did no work on til track the great Allie West the second dnm is the as a four year old As a five year old lie was dum of Mios Mabel and Itapidau who is her jogged and trained lightly more for the pur firt colt produced Lockhart with a record pose of ascertaining if he was entirely re of 214 It is my intention to stand BaptiT covered than with a view of testing bis West the season ot 1802 at 50 INSUUANCK speed In a few mouths he trotted a full thus atlording an opportunity to farmers mm mile in 28 and half in 11 The season breeders to secure the 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 as lie 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 other son of am hilly convinced lie will witli a seasons the great Happy Medium out of as good s training trot in 220 I will let him serve dum stands at such a low figure but lata twentv mares season of 1S92 outside of ten determined to let the public test his merits of my own at 50 INSUUANCK Money 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 1 Â¬ Bunker 211 Flora Wilkes pacer 21D Tom lingers 220 c First dam Sally Hamlet winner of two year Bay Stallion foaled May lsd bred at Athland Park old Hamlet dakeslin 1875 by Hamlet sire SIRED nY HAPPY MKMIM inn of lrctta F 2183 A V Pantltiid 220 Lady M 223 Leon Sire of Xancy Hanks 209 Mnxle Cobb 2131 Truro pacer 222 1 HAPPY WEST 6411 --- -jj - 1 WEST i 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ I breed sound highly finished Mares bred by the season not proving in foal have ihe usual privileges of return trotters und have for salo high bred colts and hllies out of producing dams by a greater number of prominent sires than any farm in the land Forsale at prices based on actual individual merit I wish to farmor breed on the shares twenty approved mares For further infor-Ashland Park Farm Lexington Ky oTappSi Bi J TREACY Do Business With a Home Institution THE CLAY CITY National banK CLAY CITY KY HiiiiPPiiHisIVhm v9f iispiRfiiB iliulBv Capital FLOYD DAY 50000 FllAXK B IWSSELL Cashier President No Bank in Eastern Kentucky has better vaults nor better laeilities for keeping your account Managed entirely bv home people who know you and who are always ready to This combined young stallion will make accommodate you the neason of 1S02 at our stables in Hiiel r Money to loan on reasonable rates Green Ky and will serve mares at TEN Call on us DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COLT s money due when the mare foals with a lieu on colt until the moiie is paid or if the is bred CO mare the parted with ordue to another money is then horse GOLD DUST JlORRESTTOHEWALL This combined season of 1812 at Record 240 ING COLT money due when the aunt foals is parted with or bred to nnulhrr horse with a lien on the colt until the sea son monev is paid Tliix stallion will be at the stables of J ft Cecil one mile from Ezel the llrst nmi third weeks of each month and at WO Benrvs 2Jj miles west ol West Liberty on Caney the second and fourth weeks ot each month DESCRIPHON AND PKDIOUBK Bav witli black points sewn years this spring 10a lunula high Sired by Mumnrino lorrest he hv eil rorresi jr ih Sims Ned Forrest lie bv Alexanders Edwin Forrest 1st dam bv Mambrino Cliiel dam bv Virginia Whip id dam bj SirW Â¬ t 10 TO INSURE A the stallion will make LIN- Â¬ LOUIS STIX WHOIKSAM Â¬ Â¬ - Dry Goods notions H Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ GOLD DlST is 7 years old theSStli dayoi May 1802 10 hands high a beautiful chest nut with star ami white hind feet beautiful mane and tail His power style and action are unsurpassed He was sired by Senator Blackburn he Itv Dillard Dudlev lie by John Dillard tlio graudsire of Phil Thomp son record J 10 Eric Mcfloud and Nick with records better than -- His dam was Third Bace and Union Sts sired by the Phillips horse the sire of Blue CINCINNATI O denns lie bv Gen Taylor c Also at the same stables will he found the We rarry the goods that will suit vour elegantly bred young trotting Stallion trade and our prices are THE LOWEST lii lirrist Stniduiilli Ikl ilniil 1V UroWII Special attention to mail orders Stonewall 2d dam b Tom Crowdcr Id ila bv Bulls Copperbottom 4th dam by Who will serve a limited number of ap Iancv bv Old Urow n Pilot proved mine at TEN DOLLARS TO IN Good will be of mares left wan SlltE A LIVING COLT on same terms as in but carewill not taken we be responsible for nert dents should any occur Livery Feed and Sale Stable above Â¬ DKAIKHS IN PKSCKUTIOV AM IKIMGHKK c Â¬ - POST BOY JR J PIERATT Â¬ - I one hundred counties in it is said there are no con VirncH as to the prices to bo charged for Hohoul lMoks and the trust can chargo any prico it cares to A few counties rtffllllilii irliiln t fifft I v nn Ulll IIUJ- urn 1111 IIS m w ut wecurcd under tho com Ww iawtlnn pnpMd by the Stewart bill Leader - Kiifo prly Kentucky Chester Democrat RHEUMATISM with A It i Iumiwiuiiv uuro headache and neuralgia reiiivcs the vain in from JO to 20 niiu- For sate on positive guarantee at 1 m IIiitAin oflice or scut postpaid by on receipt of price fif cents a box for all forms iV V A iuiininloed Htiuiedy AlMrrltiiinn tlm out f neuralgia and sciatica can always bo successfully treated POST BOY J It was sired by Post Bov HAZEL GREEN KY record 22 he bv Magic sire of Cleiiimlc Mvsterv 2 M - 15 Alice Stonor J Briioulile and single A c dam Mollie Emcrv siicd bv Stratlimorc Bigs and Saddle Horses sire of Santa Clans 217 tucker -- l 10 Semicolon for hire Parties convey Cricket 210 AdonisJ U ed to any point on reason Sister V IMS4 llummer 210 liailes II Derby 220 Faustino 220 Bonnie Wiluiorc IIWIU IVI llin rmiiT r 222ii Bhuebeiry 221 - and a number of TCrl will also attend to all calls for auc- others lu the 2H0 II t POST is tioneering and solicit business of this kind a beautiful chestnut with no marks 7 ears iteiipcctfullv Ac old May lxh IS02 li hands t inches hiu li JOHN H IMKHATT ami gives promise of being heard limn in the future among trotters Any one who I A II STAMPKlt familiar with Shiners Post Boy will readily rceoynle Pod Boy lr And last hut not least will he found at the iiue Mablt s the wellkuown autl highly CAMPlON KY appreciated JACK Â¬ nrscrMTiox and pkiuokkk West Liberty Kv ltllL Vom Cecil This combined voiing Stallion will iak iidhs rm the present season of ivy llael Giecn at the stable of DahlB at the low price of Ij Â¬ BYIK ATTOHNEY AT TAW l Money duo wlieu noli U foaled ibv- a lieu on colt until riiMiii niomv l pai I Ill I Tom I l iirL- ill lilt I1 ClkU ohv oi mi lunula lie color and can show a thm imiiiili Ho is also u lluusaildlc horse 6 to Insure a Living Colt oj 1 J- - II - I I ILL niu II Ayers Sa saparilla sure to follow tho persistent use of tills Is cure v D Sublet t who was horo this O II Cunningham of this n Jk pxa of land in Breathitt conn 1 or acre Mr Cunningham or argo tracts u mat suction a timber it mfnlns and will 1 n ii Has Cijrod Others will msdlclns hoise lm bv the Ililllih Imin OflVrs hU professional services to the t J iiniiiitliik Willi ynim nf illllil was b UhickhMwk and h illii iiml iiiilnliiliif v Who will fccivo marcs at TEN DOLLARS asre by Bay RhmIiikci h b lla kjj uuiKe Ioiieciioiibauo remillaudcs promptly TO lNSLRE A LIVING COLT on miiiip iiiik a ktuudard bred n t ill The Pratur Imrki- was ml d a terms as above deorlbud This lack Inn iih lliiiol B MALT1N uhi Hitid irginia mute suiieiior as a good breeder WITH lr Toil IM ll i h uiMid Inluiilid are will he taken to prevent HcridtHiU hilt we will Dot be responsible hoild hii ic- - ng hlmwlf a ttne brewler and l1ir urge muuiI color and -- Imw liiu cur DAY A ro fiuajftif lHi WIIOLKSALK DUV OOODJ I K QUA H KX 1 OX ill imiiv will lie lulieii I NOTIONB BOOT HIOKSrtc ilfiiU but liuiilil uny weiir Cor linioatoiie Mini Short D H feOly CATLinTSBIBG KY y rapuuibleIM1 liKXINrtTUft Ajtrll 0i ull- - GEN JOHN MORGAN III1 Prulrf H - N D H CARPENTER I JT Tl linf J 1 fUMjUjKltf--- inhh a slave factory at Jackson or 1 Winchester Democrat ours you m O r i W II HOSWWJ IliuPHiirjiiii forgot lie fuot that you uau Tlmre lias mu iiijduil un Aiia wuL 8 DONT bekt writing paper at tjjj otluie largo utiil huuiIojimJ Strain fur iuuiu la t lie iloor ivry flyp nilnuiw IjhiIiU Ufir BBI lit Hll MtMJM Ul I at within twuMjiiiuu o depot unil Hie lnl peitell In town Job printing cheap at IhU olllco um H l i h it i