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H AZEL SPENCER uuuruK wwnor una caitor Green HerILd Of n Noiay World With News From All Nations Lumbrlng at His Back 100 A YEAt Alwaysln Advana- - EKHtTIT YEAR HAZEL G REEX WO LEE COUNTY ICY FRIDAY JULY 8 1892 Wlmt CutiftcH tho Scnrclty Money is scarce in tho pocket of those who earn it by labor but it is not scarco in tho country There arc more than 1GOO000000 in tho United States out Â¬ sido tho Treasury but it is concentrated by law instead of being disturbed by labor Tho scarcity of money in tho pockeus of those who earn it is to bo at Â¬ tributed to unjust excessive taxation and to that alone and if 1600000000 were distributed today tho existing sys Â¬ tem and rates of taxation would soon concentrate it as it has done tho existing amount in the coflers of a few Tho amount of money in tho United States is much greater today in proportion to population than it was at any timo from 1850 to 18G0 Tho average circulation per head for tho eleven years ending This was tho with ISM was 18fG most prosperous decade the country has ever known Now wo have 21 per head NUMBER 16- - IVIilto llouno Whltownftll The Greatest Effort OF I Wo givo below tho receipt for making the whitewash used nt Washington on tho White House Take half a bushel say of nico un slaoked lime slack it with boiling water covering it during tho process to keep in the steam Strain the liquid through a fine strainer and add to it a peck of clean salt previously well dissolved in warm water three pounds of ground rice boiled to a thin paste stirred in boiling hot half a pound of powdered Mi Spanish whiting and a pound of clean glue which has been previously dissolved by first soaking it well and then hang o o ing it over a slow fire in n small kettle within a largo ono filled with water Add five gallons of hot water to the whole mixture stir it wejl and let it stand a few days covered from tho dirt tt4C4C44-i It should be put on quite hot for this purpose it can be kept in a kettle on a portable furnace It is said that about withindustrialdepressionThocauseofthc one pint of this mixture will cover a first was low taxation tho cause of the v square yard upon the outsido of a house second is high taxation In tho first Of if properly applied It answers as well period lalwr was left to creato and keep as oil paint for wood brick or stone and wealth among thoso who earned it In is much cheaper It retains its brillian- Â¬ the second period taxation for private cy for many years There is nothing of purposes is taking from labor that which the kind that will compare with it for it earns and giving it to tho few who do covering either inside or outside walls not earn it Coloring matter may be put in and made The remedy and the only remedy for HH of any shade you like Spanish brown the evil is to remove the present system Every Department Overflowing to its utmost capacity This is not a stirred in will make red or pink more or of taxation and supply it by one whoso tcn pennv saie oi any khju uui goon uunusi uiui huu ijumiiico we will display full A sole object is to collect revenue sufficient less deep according to the quantity at fair prices During the coining week lines of Mens and Boys Clothing representing tlie leaddelicate tinge of this is very pretty for to support an economical administration ing and best manufacturers in the United States and inside walls Finely pulverized common of the government and so lay the burden Europe We will forfeit our reputation of thirty clay well mixed with the Spanish brown that each person will be required to con- Â¬ We have nevyears standing in Lexington before it is stirred into the mixture tribute to government according to his er failed to keep our promises heretofore Lampblack in ability and the interest he has to be pro- Â¬ makes a lilac color best Mens Suit at 5 we will sell you the moderate quantities makes a slate color tected by the government When this very suitable for the outside of buildings is done there will be no more complaint sell you the best Mens Suit at 10 That we will Lamp black and Spanish brown mixed of scarce money and the sub treasury That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 15 together produce a reddish stone color will pass into history as a bubble that That we will sell vou the best Mens Suit at 20 Yellow ochre stirred in makes a yellow was exploded before it was blown up That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 25 wash but chrome goes further and and before it had scattered desolation makes a color generally esteemed pret- and ruin over the fairest land on tho DEPARTMENT TAILORING MERCHANT OUR tier In all these cases the darkness of face of the globe R Q Mills in ProCutters and Workmen are hrst the shade will of course bo determined tection JUidJicnicy Is the finest in the United States Our class artists We are doing the largest business we have ever done by the quantity of coloring matter used Tim Kentucky ItullilInK ut tho Fair Come and make your selections early is difficult to make a rule because One of the Worlds Fair CommissionIt tastes are very different it would be ers for Kentucky said to mc that tho best to try experiments on a shingle and planB submitted by Kentucky architects let it dry Green it is said must not be for a Kentucky building nt the Fair mixed with lime the lime destroys the were handsomer than any building to be color and the color has an elTect on the erected there by any other State except TAILORS whitewash which makes it crack and New York and New York wiU spend LEADING CLOTHIERS ami When walls have been badly 7f000 on itH building while tho Kenpeel smoked and you wish to have them a tucky building will cost but 15000 or clean white it is well to squeeze indigo 20000 The plan selected by the Com As ZZZZZZZZZZZZGM plentifully through a luig into the water missioners will give a characteristic tXKHKKHM--KC- i you use before it is stirred in the whole Kentucky mansion and something that mixture If a larger quantity than five Kentuckians visiting Chicago will bo gallons is wanted the proportions should proud of It will be fit enough home for the hos le observed pitality that Kentucky will extend to Truth StrniiKr Tliim Fiction TJr I II lllll the world but the hospitality itself will aissjiaa kit II IIIU- If Mr J I Cask HIcKory drove farm uunioS n coun v cft hi8 omo fnr be but the empty husk of the real thing 3 year old Mly tje ar West intending to make that The virtuous spurt of our Legislature in of two yearH Handing from a Willi lIirefJUpilWBitMUUOW his future home Afier being gone a forbidding not only that liquor Bhould year or more his friends failed to hear ue Mild a right enough provision but kept at tho Ken from him so long that he was supposed that it should be ho best preparation I It Ih IUiettrtlfy recommend haveeveruscdorheard 5 to be dead and his step father Alfred tucky headquarters will give an unrec S It to ull Horsemen of Robinson took out letters of administra- ogniiable vacuity to tho whole lay out We have hundred c such tcttimoniaU tion upon his estate from the Elliott unless Kentuckians individually find a for per battle Auk your drugf 1stfor t IU If lie rUI if un4 in lie cum im or ll ver County court and went on to wind up way to evade the nrovisioiih and be able N Y CO Whitehall tram mabk A W B his estate To tho joy and utter aston Â¬ to set out for the visiting foreigners a ishment of his mother and friends he little of that stud which Jim McKenzie returned a few weks since finding that says makes intemperance a virtue And TTk his estate had been wound up made a and makes temperance drunk is all to be closed on Sunday 1 settlement with his administrator was then it I am surprised that tho legislature thoroughly satisfied with the manner in AT tiii did not require the Commiwioiiern to ar which his estate had lecn wound up and build gave his receipt in full as wile heir of his range for religious services In the estate ami on Monday lio t his adminis Â¬ ing rcrliap it was mily restrained trator made profert in the Klllott Coun Â¬ from doing hi by a conscioiisms ol tho in ty court of the deceawd ami and his failure of the regular morning prayer Oweimboro Morgan in receipt in full ami had an order made its own caw m Mrcakfat from a dlx lunging him from further duties as Inquirer Itogular Meals 2o Cents Meal to Order at All Hour l m Ittlm Itflln or Hi War i M u administrator in a m tu 8 i M rJupiwr from i o Uy far tho bint prtKrved living relic Open from f a m to 12 What is more lemarkable in his satis tow Limb KrlM KWi Chicken- - ami Mull- faction at he manner in which hlsetatt of the war of G0 waM picked up Monday l ji GUI UUIUAnif had been wound up lie ha been engaged by Mr II M llodgers who re Ides at he first loll gate on the Kaglcvillo mid by a New York linn a it wholesale intv I JI IONJ It wiu Itmnght in our HO par Siilum inrniiiko 101 IN M IMWK ejiiig salesman at a Hilary of year ami U home on liU summer vatm office Tiicday and uas a larjte dry liiml inrriipln wlili a hciuyhcll ami an eye tfoii Curler County Hugh spy Inwet HiiriiM I lie room I hul tioiild Tlit UriiMMiiilh IlalliMMi ill We puhlMi litis iimmlng the platform On llm ImiUoiii of hi shall whs uut mw W ll plain leyibh lilUT MiiuiirliilMl by lln rhli iijsH Wilfil A iViYlfiC ox fclunal Corp CriA i to iV JfllllullMl DOllVIlllioil UK II fllll lXHllUl CiuMill UOI U r nf llm lrliilliiMiiiwlilalillmiMiiiiliKlHi iillKBNKIMMKr HAKI In mum mid oiih number out mi in luwr DiiiMMHiuiiVM IIs in k iMfme ihf umiiiiry i j i vitlmrf IMIt V i r l tiia luulu lull r 11 nr pnrimu oi mi M J liimilliiv 11Mt- - Wii H during H imiiiy uliii MiJlljillfe J puny ml plili slifemtul u l I AOII miiil H I m iln lid I linn In f liimiiinl fVf Mini Mll Vttliiil lliu lMHinuy prajHiMin IH ilililliti i HMH iluy nr amv LNliiiitl ly lliiM uiph JI lU IMF imum hmh imhui ll J lioffjltf HiiJl ill IIhJM if 111B Louis QUAKED IN THE Â¬ History tLexington -- Gus Straus 5 JL MioSpiGtamG liUlU Â¬ Tho filtuuMon In Now CluiHKert When Democrats point to tho result of the election in 1888 to prove that Mr Cleveland could not carry Now York mid bo elected this year it is well to re Â¬ mind them that several things havo como to pass since 1888 Among them aro Tho McKiuloy worsothan war tariff v Tho force bill Tho squandering of tho surplus The creation of a deficit Tho looting of tho public service Wnnamakcr Rnum Elkins ot al Tho Chilian scandal Tho Ilarruudia affair is The untaxing of foreigners only Three years andn quarter of Harrison Tho discarding of lMaiuc All thcse and other outrages iniquities and scandals resulting in an majority of 1300000 In tho elec- Â¬ tions of ISJO Can it bo imagined that cither Orover Cleveland or any other Democrat will gain nothing from these events which not only add to tho issues needful to Democrats but radically change tho conditions of tho impending contest in t their favor Tho assumption is absurd In addition to theso things tho Demo- era Is will gain a decided ndvantngo from election reform laws in New York Indi- ann Connecticut Now Jersoy all tho doubtful States largely eliminating bri- bcry and bulldozing New York World Protection Tho tariff plank of the Democratic platform has not only placed in the hands of Clevelands campaigners n dead- Â¬ ly weapon against protectionism but will open tho way to a discussion of eco- Â¬ nomic subjects rapidly coming to tho front in practical politics Political war- Â¬ fare through the pressor on the stump is rarely confined to the lines laid down in the platforms of the contending par- Â¬ ties The people are usually in advance of their platforms For once a National Democratic convention has frankly avow- Â¬ ed current Democratic opinion on tho tariff A tariff for revenue only is tho historic Democratic faith From that ground tho protection superstition hna been attacked in season nnd out of sea Â¬ son and this in face of the fact that neither in Mr Clevelands messages nor tho party platforms has there been a sentence which could fairly bo interpre- Â¬ ted as favoring n tariff of that character There will bo no more straddles on this question either by Presidential candi Â¬ dates or nominating conventions Chi 4 caco Herald Tim A Drndly Weapon Afpilnnt t t Â¬ That Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ L G STRAUS FINE KENTUCKY y Â¬ LEXINGTON w 0Adl Â¬ Kimlluitlon Law I a tssississs vm km k i vb Bolt -- OUINNS OINTMENT Â¬ Â¬ KIY GBAND ntr fri i JT JCIAll AJLH WT vnir w 7t Lexington Ky The Senate has voted to abolish tho State Hoard of ICqunlization There has been much discussion on this subject during this session and a hard fight has been made to do away witli it It is our humble opinion that it is a wise provi Â¬ sion and therefore should be perpetuated We believe it hint already aided in get Â¬ ting properly of tho same kind equalized in the Stato Wo remember thai a few years ago the horses of Woodford county were not asscsxed as high as those of Owsley county In Fayette and Hour boo counties there wa a vast difference in the asHCHxcd value of tho lauds This Hoard equalized these They may some Â¬ times make mistakes hut that is no rea Â¬ son that they are not of value to the Stato One hundred and nineteen men iikhom the property of the Stale and it is not posMible that they can get together on tho valuation of the pnqwrty of the Commonwealth Other States use thin of machinery Hiiccesufully and pleeo why not we Jackson Hustler TIih Ny t III TraiiNKiur John Carr of color was tried in tin Police con it Saturday charged wjih soy era crime of n more or lem ngji rivaled nature On the oharuo of axxuiili and r and leu dnys In l mu tUry Â¬ English Kitchen No 12 W Short Â¬ Street t-liiliy Â¬ rruriniui JONIGS f rT J W Mil j i Mj 0II tj0 jjfll wmmxk juiib il iAUJi tJ jm n0r M I W nm WrU Oil WH jtllj llfm urgo he vwif Imlil ill lh MHf ww u iiwiiImJhi iiiiilwir Ulf rnr tlli mrl ii wnt limi ivriuinllfirlfMi Jm k Till Hinki HhkmI lirK0 r dUelmrgliiK m r WiT lllilll rVMV lllirilii JH MIIi if plh ifnt w lgi Jrs mi win pw rjiiiri iKal f 0H r IHIM iiMu i dollar tinl iidju iii up Hl iKworw 11 m mnwi Iim OiV i riiilMHlmnlrnrrmlnwi Mj j WH I T liiKIIHUHiilM KUilliilitiJi i JOB PRINTING Anron had dropped hints changed about Michaels marriage which was generally thought to bo nn unhappy KY ono but Olive had refused to listen IIAZEFj GREEN Tell ino nothing sho had said firm- Â¬ ly There- was no need for her to bo told anything Michael Chases story MY MOTHERS FLOWERS was written on his altered features A The fondest recollections cling successful man ho might bo but novcr To childhoods happy hours a happy ono MA from tho years long pust wo bring Tho girl whom ho had so cruelly A love for mothers flowers wronged glided past him into tho The llllos with their heart of jrold gloaming her faco palo her lips And petals white as snow pressed tightly together For a mo-Â¬ climbing vino about t ha porch The With roses all aglow ment sho had felt a sharp pain pity for herself a still deeper pity for him took In its lowly bed Tho vlolot possession of her and bho walked on Tho mlgnonetto so sweet The doarly loved old fashioned pink seeing nothing and hearing nothing Tho swcot pctt trim and neat although tho streets were crowded as But tho peace that sho had usual Lovq In a mist and marigolds Dahlias tho gnrdens pride gained was not of the kind that can be t Tho dainty bluo easily snatched away It had taken a Phlox and tho mourning brldo deep root In her heart and Its sweet Â¬ And four ocloclts tho tardy flowers ness prevailed over that transient bit- Â¬ That ope nt close of day terness Nlght bloomtng sweets whoso fairy tents Sho did not know then that bhe Tho morning folds away had seen hor old sweetheart for Nasturtiums climbing on tho wall tho last time on earth Long after- Â¬ With flcry blooms ablaze wards sho was glad that she had seen And hollyhocks surpassing all him glad that she had linked his name and statoly ways In tall with Iter prayers that night and asked And many moro so fair nnd bright that tho blessing he had despised might garden grew Within tho be grafted to him at her petition It was the Edon of delight SPENCER COOIER PublUhCr forgot-me-no- Hazel Green Herald Hr wu a 4d lover had appeared to no wan and wasted so utterly hr Our happy childhood knew Tho swoetcst thing may bo Then mothor dear we had them all At home sweot homo with thcol If mother homo and Heaven CHAPTER XV1L But fleeting years have wrought their change That Edon Is no more Thy stops have sought the sunny clime Tho everlasting shore And cherish through tho years Though oft at somo sweot thought they hide Dchind a mist of tears -- Mrs M a It Crelghton in Ohio Farmor Still thy fair flowors wo love tho best M J35Sr Xi ViutrU LwarH rry PnunrUUirtKt wBT gflgPoUDWiSY JEr sr f li pt SrAtitiHt CONTDfUKD CIIAPTElt XVI The two women breakfasted together and then set off through the luncs to Id IJartlett just as the slow day had struggled Into light The stars in their courses seemed to bo fighting for Jane at last The miller had known Aaron from a boy and had great faith in his sober silent ways Aaron he said was wclcorao to come to him as soon as he liked tho soonor tho better And so it came to pass that Aarons Btcps turned homeward lie went to sco Olive and told her that ho was go- Â¬ ing baelc to Jane and Eastmcon Sho brightened at tho news Olive he said looking at her wist Â¬ fully I wish 3ou too were going back to tho old place A great deal is said about beginning a now hfo but I think that with somo of us a now life means a return to the old Yes with some of us sho an Â¬ swered Your old life was tho true life Aaron and your old lovo is tho true love Ho turned away from hor with a sigh Tho gontlo patience iu her face was almost moro than ho could bear and hi3 old bitter feeling against Michael returned in full force Wos it just that a man who had done so much wrong should go uupunished I should liko to stand face to faco with him for a mlnuto or two ho mut Â¬ If you over meet him faco to faco Aaron 1 hope your heart will bo softened Olivo said quietly Until wo can forgive wo can never be healed Tho prajcr for those who have dcsplte iully used us is tliobaltn for our own wounds When you refuse- to pardon Michael you reject a blessing I will try not to think about him Aaron answered Thats all I can say yet Theres little good in making bo- lievo to forgive when you cant Oood by Olivu 1 horw wo shall see you at Eastmcon again by and by Yes Aaron Her faco brightened I will como and sco you and again Juno when you have mado a homo of - tered between his teeth your own Ho went his wuy and when tho door had closed behind him Olivo sat think Â¬ ing for u littlo while Aurou was going back us sho hod said to that old love which was tho truo love but for her there was nothing to jjo haulc to There in Eustmeon here in London she was alone and her soli- Â¬ tude was of that Invisible kind of whiuh tho chaplain had spoken And then other words of hU came back also The life of onrnobt duty and simple tlevotton of patient endurance and Jovlng communion wuh alio not htrlv lug to live it And hud sho not fult In her boul that awwt soiiho of spiritual Kiumnloithlp which Clirlbt liupnrU TJiImviih not u feeling to he tnlUoriofi if you described it In everyday lau jruuge ynu Jobt something of t hticred pcfx Olive ihviiyN felt tluit In m uv jpuuunt with it elevei iimterlalUt she would iiMturudly ir4 tlu vort of it TJio next cluy wu Haturduy nnd the Hhe lum Knww Miop uIomx tMirly Wun out iu tho itftornoou on nu wuwl Mh WukoV ntiil win Homing huok 0 tlie rllftl hlMliliiWH of the dm wMH alio pw fuce Unit fliti huevv it wi MluHM liiiuttolf who ww lipr in M t jWllwjf twlllrflitfci Wl Urn m i4m M u iiUmm yv liu ijiil not wa lnolfnl MriMtflit liofur - at liU worn run cuownkd hkad Oncc more the primroses had unrolled their soft crinkled leaves and opened their yellow stars in the hedge banks of Eastmcon Once more tho spring scents roso from the earth and April sprinkled the velvet mosses with sun Â¬ beams and glittering tears The trees were budding in the old Savoy church- Â¬ yard tho grassland ivy newly washed with gentle showers had put on the freshest green and Olive thought of quiet country places far away Good news camo to her from the little vil- Â¬ Jane and lage among tho downs Aaron were to be married in June and both were wondcrf wily happy and ell contented with their lot The free air of his old home had driven Aarons clouds away a grave and quiet man ho would always be but a great deal of his awkward shyness was gone lie was prospering old llartlctt relied upon him as a son People had learned to respect him and have confidence in Michael had been his judgment born for the city but Aaron was a man who needed the simple influences of rural life Michaels father the drunken black- Â¬ smith had possessed a battered cottage and a piece of ground in Eastmcon The cottage was a meie ruin and tho bit of garden was so small and unpro-Â¬ ductive that when the blacksmith died it was difllcult to find another tenant Michael could not afford to repair the dwelling and was glad to let it to tho first person who was willing to live in it a man well striclcen in years and very poor llusy with his own grand schemes young Chase seldom bestowed a thought on his sorry littlo property at Eastmcon but one day there came a letter from a lawyer saying that a client of his desired to buy the land nnd build a house on it When this letter came to Michael it afforded him a faint glenm of satisfaction Mrs Michael Chase after waiting many a day had married beneath her rather than remain single Michael was a rising man he was extremely useful to her brother he had a shrewd head and knew hov to take care of money Moreover he was good looking and had the art of adapting himself to the society into which fortune had thrown him His vulgarity was of that subtle kind which only betrays itself on raro occasions ho had no eoarso tastes no love of vice On tho whole he was a wonderfully presentable specimen of the young man who had made his own way and Miss Uattcrsby was not un Â¬ willing to follow her brothers advico and accept him as a husband Hut it is an ill thing when the wife holds the money bag and the husband carries an empty pocket Mrs Michael had a temper and felt that thoro was no need to control it Sho did not deny herself tho pleasure of reminding Michael of her generosity in keeping him well supplied with cash She sot her foot upon his neck every day of her life To do him justice Michael loro all with exemplary patience In giving up Olive he had given up the best thing in his life The chance offered him by tho llattersbys had been too splendid to bo thrown away and so ho had parted with his pearl of price without hesitation Olive had developed absurd fauclos she was disposed to undervalue him it wus best to hid hergood by Xovertho less he had not beau wholly uncon Â¬ scious of her worth Sometimes when Mis Michael had been a little more exasperating than usual ho world call up a vision of IiIh old love with her soft eyes her gentle volue and her tender hands all ready tn do his bidding Ouuo in his life he hud been loved ami ho eould not forget it When the lawyer letter peine tohliu early In the spring he held up his head ami tulUed loftily of hU little property down iu rhiHtiueou Mr Ilnuo wus Mir prUud mid treutut him with blight In ereuKe of roiipeot lie decided hut he would go imd looU ut the properly lilmtii If in truth hu neotUul ehiing of wlr niul Kiieue nnd tliu thought of re turning to tin old villus IlirlllPd him will H pulnful hind of pleinmrp Only littlu while mi he hud Jiiiltul liur lm phiQp wnflpiipi tint hqw thur 111 eeold afford to revive old memories The sight of familinr scenes and tho scent of tho fields would bo pleasant to a jaded man Tho wear and tear of an eager lifo had told upon him of late Ho had consulted a doctor and had been gravely cautioned against worry and overwork but this Is a worrying and overworking age and he did not sup- Â¬ pose that ho was feeling any worso than most of tho men he met every day Loves keen cyo would have detected serious symptoms but love did not cross Michaels path nowadays Once or twlco Edward Uattcrsby had carelessly remarked that ho wos looking seedy but no ono entrcatcdV him to take caro of himself nor saw that ho was often unfit for the commonest duties He had never realized his own novcr once delicacy of constitution suspected that his froglla body could not meet tho demands made upon it by a strong Imperious will Even after the doctor had spoken he steadily put his ailments out of his Surely they were not worth mind many thoucrhts A breath of country air and a walk in the fields would set He resolved to him up completely spend at least two or thrco days at Eastmcon Ho had not heard of Aarons return to the village ne had thought It probable that Aaron or Samuel Wake would have come to heap reproaches on his head but Olives champions were si- Â¬ lent Nor had Olive even deigned to write nn answer to his cruel letter he had received a packet containing the trifling presents that he had given her and that was all lie decided that he would not stay in an inn if he could find other accommo- Â¬ dation There were two inns in East- Â¬ mcon one new and the other old Of the new one he knew little and the old one was kept by Aaron Fcnlakes fath- Â¬ er and was far too humble an abode for Mr Chase Moreover he did not want to have any talk with old Fenlake about his son And then he remembered tho Bcl thorpes father and son who lived in o the old courthouse They were farmers and young ltelthorpehad noticed Michaels cleverness aud taken a liking to him in the past days Young Heltliorpe had married and was master of the old house now Michael thought that he would write and ask if he might be his guest Ho wrote and speedily received a re- Â¬ ply It was Belthorpcs cousin who wauted to buy Chases old cottage and garden and the farmer was willing enough to renew his acquaintance with a man who had risen m the world Michael was sure of comfortable quar- Â¬ ters and a hearty welcome The history of Eastmcon is a lost his- Â¬ tory The antiquary comes to visit the church which contains the quaintest of fonts unequaled even by tho one in Winchester cathedral and seldom leaves the place without paying a visit to the old courthouse and inspecting all its chambers Many of these rooms are falling into decay many are never used at all but everywhere there are distinct traces of monastic building Michael remembered the place very well He had never been romantic but he had wondered sometimes whether anv tragedies had ever been enacted within those massive walls and under springing from those old arches crowned and mitred heads It was a surprise to him to find that the house had changed but littlo since his boy- Â¬ Â¬ Well-to-d- and Ftth Urn ml fru It Marl Tho farmer and his wife received him r Boston Ass fl J TOWER cordially It was still early in the T v CHAPTER XViri evening when he arrived and the old TIIHOUGH SMOKE AND FIAMK rooms were cheerful with sunsline The farmer gladly assented to his SPECIAL MENTION m Hut he was tiredthe short railway jour Â¬ guests proposal that they should tako ney had wearied him and even the five If you lino imappotlto iiullBostloti licmlaclii all run dotfu or loslug A mile drive from letcrsiield seemed to a breath of fresh air beforo dinner Ucbh j on will line There was but one way of approaching tho courthouse and that was tho old M way across the farmyard and through the white gate They went out past the meek cows and clucking hens nnd fouudlhomselves in the lane by tho TlHjrclvotouo tlio renicilyyotitiPii churchyard The days work was end- Â¬ to tlm Htniiiuill htrtllRtli t tlio btiily gx ed lnborcrs trudged homeward ex Â¬ lirlllliiniV tu tlio complexion nuilQp liiMilthful iMilovment of dully life changing a word with the farmer as Tlmlr nil Ion inllil mill iIoia not In- they passed and looking inquisitively tiiTuru with any employment Prlco W 4 1 1iirk Iluce S V MSr Olllcu J0 at his companion Not one of them ulthough ho remem Â¬ recognized him bered many of their faces well enough Perhaps prosperity changes people more than poverty docs perhaps the successful city life Is harder than tho rough country life Anyhow no ono suspected that this pinched and umacl POSITIVELY nted stranger was the bright looking i lad who had llvcdamongst them a few years ago Once as they passed tho open door of a cottage Michael felt a strange thrill HEADACHE J pleasant reproach It li no rui n nml wV of self between sixtyA and seventyfaced eon ns piifrcllyIh hunot oil rtvl ucoiujuihttiniipoil ShjjHLmJP sat ilrjR woman in miiI sowing in a wooden arm chair with a OMilupniMlc ronMltuti iu or an a ii uic ItU Tim CUOWNKI llKJU to urti llfiuluclit A triil wi ciii side She looked up and i crutch on each At v r i Aiiotlr ijjpUt iii c o n iy iiH have done him small good although nodded to Jtelthorpo lun bo Ivcr uvoi n tut nd m i prm jth n rr it lln will urn pokiiiuiii upon rctfpt it price the air was frehh aud sweet How are the pains this evening Mrs 60 ttttiils uiul no ulliifc Ills hohtess conducted him to his CrukcV he asked kindly 0R AOVORnTtN r MFO CO MACON QA room with apologies but he bourccly imii r l f my f W i Well pot much hotter thank ye hut Home no worse bhe unswered iu a eheorful heard what she was baying mmmmlmmmmmmmmmtm iiocehsiiry repairs hud been golug on in voice W wnii t tho H AXS of ovary fcufirer tim Ajd howb all tho Jlttlo ones the upper part of the house the guoht Mr Jlelthorpo chamber wus unfit for Ubo and a Tlioyro bright enough Youll wu smaller room hail been got ready hast them to morrow their mothor bus got ily for Mr Chuo u purcel to bend you There wus nothing to complain of in to hi gontinuki P HAROLD HAYK8MD the room mivo its bmull bUe It was III KM in N V Tlfl NAIN kill FI I furnished with n quaint old bedstead A Kuw lilml dulutlly drupetl with frush white dtmi rMTinrnTwMT Whut- hind of h dog huro you ty liuuglng and everything eUo was Mkid itohhlp nliWiihlilouttit iiml pretty in its way unbivprod IVpdi MA NpWVorkor The window looked nut over the vfl hut hi mother wus n Newfoundland I it wo und IU enfolding downe softly II Uurporn Ynuiitf Pooplu Lit K I dpi now with tho tlrt glory of mn Trl1 W nwiUnr Vrry Wwuwi bet iluie wiih mo ordinary coug M untlii Mb Winm Qyorliwi robe h roof ik w nliuriroof Mmul in u timid Kirli twill Ouorte JCfiyjwi lWfc v UhV4 llio nrphub bprlngluK frow norlwlNj mjr lYaa bd J MH wpd portoi Vy Hw swy4 flWi Ml hood wore to be found la most of tho uppcl npartmcntsof tho courthouse For a few seconds Michael stood at tho open window and let tho cool air breathe upon his worn face Tho scent of violets floated up from tho old gar Â¬ den the bell began to ring for evening prayer and sleeping memories awoko with tho perfumo and chime How sweet and familiar all this had been oucol Ho thought he had forgotten tho past but hero It was within him fresh and living still As ho turned from tho window his oyo fell on a sculptured head juht then illuminated by tho evening light It was crowned in kingly fashion and tho royal circlet roso above a massive brow and a cruel clever face The nose was straight and delicate a mustache hung over the mouth but did not hide tho firm outlines of the thin lips that were curved into a faint but mocking smllo Tho sharp contour of the cheek and the sunken temples told of wasting mental toil A man with such a faco might have been versed in all the wiles of statecraft he would havo worked with his scheming brain but never with his hands He might have raised ar- Â¬ mies and directed their advance upon the foe but he would never had led them on to battle with his own sword It was a face that could havo looked on unmoved while men and women wero tortured nnd even tho soft western light that shone upon it with a gentlo glow could bring out no sign of tender- Â¬ ness or nobility Yet somewhere whether lately or in the far past ho could not tell Michael had seen a face that resembled this There was something familiar in the chiseling of tho features and the up- Â¬ right line between the brows He stood and gazed at it with a curious feeling of repulsion and strange dread He was afraid of the face absurd as it seems he felt that it was mocking him and def3lng him to find that other face that was like it Then with a sudden impulse ho walked to the glass and looked at him- Â¬ self There was no mistaking the like- Â¬ ness now that crowned human fiend had features liko his own In that carven stone he saw all that was evil in his own visage deepened and intensi- Â¬ fied A few more years of selfish scheming and of deliberate scorn of all holy things and then his mouth would take that pitiless curve and that Satan Â¬ ic smile might bo stamped upon it until it turned to dust He shuddered and passed his hand across his eyes Had he been led hero to receive a mute warning Weakened by long neglected illness weary with inccssaut toil he could not shake off this idea as he would have done once It would haunt him sleeping and waking with a fear that he had never known till now And was it after all merely a morbid fancy So great are the possibilities of good and evil within us that every one may carry about in his boul the future angel or the futura fiend Tho man who by his own will hns been left to himself may well be startled if ho gets a glimpse of that which self may be- Â¬ come That God does sometimes vouch- Â¬ safe these glimpses of tho possible we There but for His cannot doubt grace goes John Bradford cried the old Puritan preacher when ho saw the criminal led to execution thought I will go out of doors A walk Michael as he left the room throughthc old village will calm my ncrvesrand Insure a quiet night COPYRIGHT laifr regulates and promotes their action and removes tho obstruc tions and suppressions which cause trouble and misery At tho two critical periods in a womans life tho change from girlhood to womanhood nnd later tho change of life it is a perfectly safe and an os pccially valuable remedial agent that can produce only good results Its a powerful invigorating tonio and a soothing and strengthening nervine a legitimate medicine purely vegetable perfectly harm less and carefully adapted by an experienced physician to womans delicate needs For all the derangements irregu larities and weaknesses peculiar to tho sex the Favorite Prescription is a remedy so certain that it can be guaranteed If it doesnt give satis- faction in every case the money is No other medicine for returned women is sold in this way No other medicine can be Â¬ Â¬ Set right all tho proper functions of wo manhood Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription is tho remedy ft August Flower M For two years I suffered terribly with stomach trouble aud was for all that time under treatment by a physician He finally after trying everything said my stomach was worn out and that I would have to cease eating solid food On the rec- Â¬ ommendation of a friend I procured a bottle of August Flower It seem- Â¬ ed to do me good at once I gained strength and flesh rapidly I feeL now like a new man aud consider that August Flower has cured me Jas 11 Dederick Saugerties N Y0t 3cforg uiiipm e scarr Sitev Buying l Tf5 TCJns j fT Tuotujvii Water jf Proof wnlrr OITt rr Rnmn - iHvf -- cf your f ii82 MWI Lzr vTirt V B 8 i Tlifroiro MliintliiTiiirkittliatiAk virrnl c lti wjll leak nt piry i imi Wo ivurrnnt Iti hn hrtlHlnf IhM X rnil tight us litre f liuw ti or aiy licn ele I iMicriiiit ru is n Muu mm mc Kill Hir iiglli VWl i itin u r tlio So Ok v TTU 1 ToWCrO IMPRfWrn FInh Wiitrli Out Slicker ti In iwilcr tiulit nt every ttnmand tvcvyelfft fttr aUa not to petl or titcl aiil MiitiiiriiOttril iiUrs to uiartu good unj Slicker Unit t nit in i hIilt point Woolen Krnd Collar tf IPplll p Tim eO TUTTS 1 Um Pills e a WfRoTMt LEvyw I rpi CURES Att AY FEVER ASTHM - BORE WKLLc k4 htl mwtr I -- Party Hennllnjr It joy of the republican protection The over 0 uclon Kfcss in onri matter of allowing n change of tho steamers of tho jti-- faff hethe most amusing Inman things one of k time For if there ever was u 0f the distinct condemnation of two of the pet theories of n party this action of con rrea bears that relation to republican pets It condemns in the first pluce tho svstem of navigation laws on the main Â¬ tenance of which tho republicans havo particularly prided themselves as pro- Â¬ tective measures for American shipping And it contradicts nml shipbuilders emphatically tho whole theory on which tho Subsidy system of tho lust republican congress was founded and for which republicans havo had but one criticism since that tho subsidy grant wbh not big enough Under our system of navigation laws the pride and boast of the republican party tho carrying trade of the world Including our own has been given to These laws ship of foreign build have beou kept up on the plea that if Americans were permitted to buy ships abroad the shipbuilders of this country would be at a hopeless disadvantage because of the higher price of labor in It has boon shown over this country and over again and oil tho testimony of American shipbuilders themselves that with free raw materials the build crshere could compete with the build- Â¬ ers anywhere but the great pirty gf protection and restriction lias stuck to hvt tariff and insisted that the Ameri- Â¬ can flag should be confined to our coast Â¬ ing trade It is exceedingly funny therefore to see this restrictive party clapping its hands over the practical repeal of the antiquated and oppressive navigation laws notwithstanding the repeal originated with a democratic and tariff reform congress Had the house of representatives done what it did in the matter of its own motion without any request from vessel owners the g o p we venture to say would have howled itself hoarse in denunciation of the act and demanded its defeat in the senate Hut because it was asked for by leading men of the very class in whose interest it has been pretended the laws were maintained the hypocriti- Â¬ cal old party has to approve of the ac tion of the democracy The party of restriction and repression was if possible more ardent in support of the subsidy act than of the navigation laws and the chief ground of its support was that England and France and other countries of tho old world were granting subsidies It was for this reason they contended and not because of the navigation laws and the prohibitive duties on raw materials that Kngland retained the carrying trade and that the American who wished for a share therein was compelled to buy a British ship with a llrit ish register And since the subsidy was granted they have rejoiced over it as the salvation of the American carry- Â¬ ing trade regretting only that the sub sidy was not larger so as to allow of competition on better terms with Uroat Ilrltain Andmow come tho vessel own- Â¬ ers who ought to be good judges If anybody is a good judge of the subsid- Â¬ ies and sav in so manv words that Hritish those competition destroying subsidies are not us attractive as the American subsidies which have been sneered at as altogether too low If Ihe party which got the reputation at one time of being the party of great moral Ideas had any such thing in its outfit as shames it would blush at the exposure it is making of itself in its re- Â¬ joicing over the bill in tho Inman line Case Detroit Free Press-Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE SHIPPING BILL r the Ilojiubllran -- fnrcrnl Attltutlo been appointed secretary of tho trcfts ury is a source of strength rather than of weakness to the president Much at tho republicans of Now York have lost faith in Harrison they have still loss faith in Thomas C Piatt and his hostility is the one factor that gives tho president such support as he now commands in this state In Pennsylvania tho in herent weakness of the president is counteracted by the intense disgust with Senator Quay Tho republican party would be glad to be rid of Harrison but It would find vastly more en- Â¬ joyment in thwarting Piatt Quay Clarkson and Foraker than in depriv- Â¬ ing the president of his renomlnatlon The president has shown the shrewd Â¬ ness of the sharp selfish politician In those states that arc not controlled by a big boss his oillceholders as a rule have secured delegations favorable to renomlnatlon and In those states which are controlled by detested bosses he is availing himself of the bitter feeling against them to counteract his own unpopularity Tiie president has played his cards well to win the renomlnatlon In the face of almost certain defeat at the polls The Harrison intrigue will prove quite as strong at Minneapolis as the conspiracy of his enemies Albany Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WRECKING COMPANIES Proprrty Next to tho United States life saving service the private wrecking companies of the large coast cities are tho most Important agencies for saving life nnd valuable cargoes from watery graves Generally they nro not called Into service until tho life saving stations have performed their work but occa sionally when n ship Is beached or grounded on a shoal as In the case of tins Windermere at Deal Heach tho wrecking companys apparatus is needed before the passengers nro carried off by the life savers The wrecking companies are private institutions and they are paid u rea Â¬ sonable sum for their services and nil expenses This payment of salvage can be forced in the courts If the owners of the rescued shlo refuse to acknowledge the claim The government employs the private wrecking companies frequently making special contracts with them and in times of war they are al Â¬ most Indispensable in clearing harbors and raising sunken gunboats and Â¬ Â¬ men-of-war An Important Agnwy for Bating Life and AGRICULTURAL HINTS EXCELLENT CORN CRIB Tho Clcvt r Iovli and IIuUiUiik Dmltfnrtl by an Illinois Fanner The Prairie Farmer publishes tho fol- Â¬ lowing engravings drawn by Mr U M ltlcc of LaSalle county 111 of a corn crib built by him and also the device bv which he raises half a load of corn therein This form of crib was built of lumber from an ordinary crib that contained rrrarry less bushels of corn and Is Â¬ Tire form of the roof holds th upper as follows rats could Argus R EPU3LICAN CAN T im Tho Party Thai Pohih an - VffKi-0-utl- The keep thi pledges In their platforms except those which they make in favor of the liquor trallic Thus speaks an organ which stands for republicanism whether it de clare in favor of a tariff for revenue only or for the maintenance of a war tariff even at the expense of free whis ky The sentence is an indication of the too general tendency to hypocrisy and cant The organ thus offending quotes the passage of a canal bill by the legislature of New York and its veto by Jov Flower Of the merits of the case the organ is as ignorant as of other matters of daily occurrence Uut it seeks opportunity to deceive a class of voters against whom it has raised the most impudent outcry and asks that those who have been denounced by it as enemies of free schools should turn to the support of its hypocrisy be cause defeat lias made change of posiÂ¬ Â¬ if Saint democrats never- The wrecking materials consist of large lighters tugs diving bells and drosses and other articles for special purposes Most of the material can be shipped overland to any part of the coast and frequently New York city wrecking companies are called to the Maine or Canadian coast to rescue some large ocean steamer from lujr peril If the ship has run upon the beach or shoal preparations are immediately made to hsul her off Tho cargo is placed upon lighters if tho ship is toe heavy to move and then enormous an chors made for the purpose are dropped several hundred fathoms awn y in deep Â¬ wanted to put my corn where tho rrot get at It I also wanted more corn room but I didnt want to buy more lumber Tho result is so sat isfactory that I will give others a chance to try the same thing If all would do so we could exterminate our rats by starving them to death The old crib was M feet long 22 feet wide and 8 feet high with driveway 8 feet wide the whole length and held 1500 bushels The new crib Fig t built of the same lumber Is M feet long 21 feet wide and 12 feet high with driveway 8 feet wide at bottom and o feet wide on top holding J Mil bushels Tire shorter length is made up by tho greater height The gain In room Is by filling the space above driveway lint the greatest economy in lumber is 1 Â¬ Tho tin girts 2x8 extend entirely ncross tho building twenty ono feet just nbovo tho driveway four feet apart Other timbers 4x0 nro placed between these over tho driveway AK the lloor is nailed to tho under side Thus this crib is closed against chick ens and turkoys above arrd rata and mice below No crib or granary should be rnado so carelessly as not to be proof against all intruders who destroy more than they oat GOOD STOOK PAYS The Kind of Animals Which Ummlljr Pay tho larKt Pro lit The food of arr animal may bo consld f ered ns so much material for conversion intosomothlng that can bo sold at a higher prico than that nt which tho materials are valued and to secure the Â¬ part of tho crib together water Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE HARRISON Tho INTRIGUE tion imperative Let this organ of cant turn to the history of its party and discover a single pledge made in the interest of the plain people that lias been re deemed It may commence at the earliest date and examine the frauds by which the many were cheated that the few might be enriched during the rebellion And it may follow through the promises of honest treatment of the war indebtedness down to the latest pronnnciamento favoring tho policy of maintaining the parity of gold and silver It may look at a llelknap saved from disgrace by the prompt accept ance of his resignation and to a whisky ring whose prosecution resulted in greater injury to the faithful attorneys than to the criminals who had secured a pull close to headquarters of justice It is time for a cessation of this sense less pretense of a monopoly of decency They have by republican organs been sponsors for the most craven submission to public enemies by a party that professes to stand for the best ele Â¬ ment of the population It has condoned the crimes of a line of demagogues never matched in civilized history It has drawn to its inner councils every unclean pretender of piety and every blatant hypocrite who knows how to masquerade in stolen garments of deWhen a republican organ can cency point to a single instance of party loyalty to pledges it will be time for them to challenge the fair intent of their opponents Chicago Times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nect with an enormous hawser which is fastened securely at the other end to some bit or strong place on the strand ed ships deck A stom winch supplier the motive power and ns the blocks begin to creak and the cables to strain the ship is gradually lifted from its bed Advantage is often taken tide and waves of the wind nnd as every henvj swell raises the head or stern of the vessel the hawser gives an extra jerk moving the wreck several yards seaward Tugs are very seldom used for pulling the stranded ship off the shoal for much greater power Is obtained by means of the anchors If the steamer strikes a rook or runs into another vessel she invariably sink nt once and the wrecking company i simply required to save tho cargo or raise tins hulk The divers llrst go down to the sunken vessel and explore tho cabins and tho hole where the rock struck her In doing this a great deal of trouble is experrenccd when the vessel keels over on her side or sinks with tho stern or bow standing Â¬ Cables from theseanchors con upright PrrilftantlH Nut a Ohoiru Hut a e iitrtlty The growing hostility to the renom inntiou of President Harrison is the strongest proof possible of all that democratic speakers and the democrat ic press have charged of Its faults its soaudals Its weakness and Its unpopu- Â¬ larity Two months ago It seemed cer- Â¬ tain that the president would be renomi- Â¬ nated but as tho time draws near when his administration must be submitted to the judgment of tho people the party responsible for him is evidently willing to taho up with any candidate rather than tho one who will make the Har Â¬ rison administration an issue in tho canvass The republican party is well aware that it will bo thrown on the defensive the moment it presents Harrison again for the suffrages of the people and it is hooking out tho antiquities and absurdities of the party in its ef fort to escape from a oampagln in which Hhe Harrison administration would be clowly scrutinized The perfunctory forms of approval of the administration in stute platforms count for little by comparison with tho manifest desire of the party to escape a test vote im the popularity of tho administration Hut willy nllly the republican party umut try to carry President Harrison through another campaign No presi dent nviir nht federal appointment for Krimi purposes an has ion llarrUon and these nflluchoiderti have a grip on lliKWtiiiiii which cannot 1w shaken III Minneapolis To Im sure the putronagn f New York state allotud to Thomas Jlatt has been Used wgulnst tu ris twill hut In Inn every reusnu to ox Twl Mud nsn of It If hi had evn tho ordinary knowledge of Mr Ilatts n Man Hi most eminent nnlltluul In Kiuto nf tho time Hut Mr IliUt JvIiomi Inutility rush nit lU wntustlual n WutUllg notluH tliut hu frhQiiUI ivt Â¬ POINTED PARAGRAPHS Chairman Clarkson thinks that the republicans of the country ure in Hotter make the color study a bro Through tho republicans of this country there runs a ripple of applause for H Harrison but the strong undercurrent is u regular blue Chicago Times Â¬ When tho dead bodies aro removed the cargo is gradually hauled up by means of derricks from the sides of lighters The divers from their posi tion under the water fill the scoops with various things and the work of saving tho en rgo goes on rapidly The divers however make a report after their first exploration and the owners or insurance men instruct them whether to saves the cargo or vessel first Some times the cargo is pitched out on the bottom of the sea and large chains are passed under tho sunken ship Pontoons are fioated on either side of the vessel and gradually the wreck is raised to the surface The holes In her side are then roughly covered over and the pumps aro set to work to relieve her cabins of water When the water is till out the ship floats of her own accord nnd she can be quickly towed into some port but if a storm comes up meanwhile she may Iks abandoned by the wrecking company and the wind and waves will once more force her to the bottom Many instances of such a fat are orr record and off thecoastof Virginia tho Amadora1 es rrow with many thousand dollars worth of wreck- Â¬ ing material orr her Harpers Weekly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ brought about by having clear corn room twenty five feet wide ubove driveway As ordinarily built this room would make three cribs each seven feet wide Six sides would then Ih necessary to hold the corn in but now only two are used Ami still more the wide roof rises so high in the middle that the corn room is high yet the bides are low The driveway and cupola form good ventilation and when picking early or corn is green u furnace placed in the driveway could be made to send hot lr up through the corn Our corn crib would then be a dry house ani our corn could then be picked two or thryo weeks earlier thus making use of longer days and less mittens and ex- Â¬ posure besides getting the stalks for the cattle before they are spoiled I suppose it will be ditlleult for some to get tire corn up so high but if farmers must compete with machinists they must know how to make and uso Â¬ 2J Â¬ riers would be suitable for tho purpose but I use a box holding thirteen bushels M Several different elevators or car- Â¬ and raise it as we do a horse fork Fig shows its form and position ut the highest profits from tho materials the process of conversion must be performed us chenply irs possibly The fact is ouo that rrrarry dairymen and stock raisers fall to consider They know that they feed certain foods arrd trr proper quan- Â¬ tities but the cost of the produc Is too great This enhanced cost they very patiently bear though they havo tho remedy within their grasp yet refuse it They know but fall to recognize tho importance of special breeds for In other performing special work words though the cost Is great It may be lessoned by tho uso of breeds that arc capable of producing dAnblotho amount of milk butter beef mutton or pork on the same proportion of food derived from animals rrot adapted for the objects sought The llrst cost or an animal Is Its main- Â¬ tenance This also includes shelter und the area of land that must bo allotted to it as well as tho proportion of food necessary to supply warmth of body repair of waste tissue nourish Â¬ ment und development of the young and to make any necessary additions to the animal itself This must bo done before tho animal can produce any- Â¬ thing arrd this first cost rrruM bo uut before fill others and whether the ani- Â¬ mal Is inferior or excellent It requires also just ns much labor and care to mulntulrr tho inferior unimal and rrrrless the best producers only nro kept the first cost miry entail n loss as profit is that which comes irr as an ex cess over cost Much as may bo claimed in favor of the use of certain foods for increasing profits the reul source of profit Is the animal that produces the largest quan- Â¬ tity at the least cost It Is not Inferred that the animal consuming the smallest proportion of food is tho most profitÂ¬ able but on the contrary tho profit is derived from those animals which con Â¬ sume the largest amounts of food and which return profits proportionately but they are trlso capable of prochrcinK at less lost because while yielding lurgoly of milk butter etc their first cost of maintenance is no greater than that of animals which are not as pro- Â¬ ductive If a farmer possesses a cow that yields two gallous of milk where another cow yields only one tho rela- Â¬ tive cost of the two gallons Is less than the one The solution Is to use the pure breeds which arc adapted for special purposes arrd thus avoid the loss inci- Â¬ dental to animals bred indiscriminately and which crrtail a tax instead of providing a profit Philadelphia Record Â¬ SECTIONAL PLOW BEAM to Prqvent DuimiRA to OrowtnjJ Trees timl Vlnc VjtL In plowing onrth from trees grap vines berries etc with this common plow considerable trouble Is incurred und usually much damage done to the growing tree or vino To prevent tlils many forinur s in tiro fruit growing sec Â¬ tion who havo n wooden bourn plow have rnado a joint Irr the beam n shown in Fig 1 and more clearly in Fig 2 The joint should bo made with- Â¬ in ono foot of where the Irorr standard is secured to the bearrr Tire tongue of tho joirrt is eight inches long a three- How J - I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ St Paul ilobe for Mm IHulne Tho number of business failures under the Harrison administration will average higher than in any other four years since the war This is only one feature of the general Harrison administration average as a culamlty St Louis Kopublle Your Uncles Henjamln has a soft fat satisfaction guaranteed sinecure for the man who can Insure him that he will be the proper person to push the button when the vust machinery ut tins worlds fair is to beset going next year Detroit Free Press The republican senate of tho Inlted States was too busily engage in campaign work to Investigate the merits of the river urrd harbor appropriation bill art reported from the house and made short work of it by a horizontal reduction of twenty live per iient Like ntntoninnnshlp would allow only three fourths of the additional depth proposed for the groat JaUe channel- - Detroit Free Pros Minding twine has been added to the frou list Step by step the ilenw eratle house in pursuance of Chairman cutting into the uinmi k nollov is tariff duties Hut of rMuKluliiy wilimhiU the ropublluau wmare sieuus hi of the people nuelvtng relief It will nut he loiiK however until the people Â¬ Â¬ mw reverse the majority In the senate Mini rtumwrutlu president tbu then with vIH wv aww good limit I011H BpiiwrllwW MvMr fr end of the wngon box also the arrangement of the ropes Hy unhitching the town from tho wagon tongue and hitching to the rope An AflVctlnnatn Cat tho corn is raised easier and quicker In which n cat Is a thurr it could bo shoveled eight feet A strange story pathetic character corrres from Paoll high The box is emptied by a rod whloh A little boy of that village owned Ja a cat that was a great pet in the fam- sticks up above the top of the box ily but tho cat would have nothing to When the box reaches the top of ele- Â¬ do with anyono except the boy Tho vator shaft this rod is pushed down tho latter died arrd for two weeks the cat doors are unhooked and fall into the would corno us usual every morning U position shown by the dotted lines the the door and going in the room would corn then slides out and tho box is cry very mournfully arrd walk over tho ready to como down When the box is dow n the lower door childs bed hunting for its lost friend Finally the cut disappeared and lifter is put into position and hooked by arr extended search was forrrrd on the shoving tho rod up to its place The boys grave crying pitifully For a upper door is held by tho lowor door This crib is set on stone piers thrc month food was brought to it of which it partook sparingly until one day It feet eight inches apart eighteen Inchon was found lifeless orr ths mound Hueh high sixteen inches wide at bottom illustrations of grief are not unusual In urnl blx Inches on top The floors am double ttourds six feet a dog but u eat does not generally ex- Â¬ three Inches wide onri twenty four hibit such affection Golden Days feet long nailed to UxU Inch sills five feet seven Inches long laid on top of The PotiMiny of Fiuhlon In all ages each class of society has the piers These sills have tin b trips nulled to striven to Imitate the habits of the one Is uncon the ton edge ami extending four Inches above it and each household a pattern from which another out all round making It wipowbiblo for sciously s they can Â¬ tries to mold its life JJITorts are being rats to get up to the lloo made to elevate the mental physical not hang to the tin Tire position of other timbers and le and moral standard of the lowerclnsses Is mm lever morn powerful If vator shaft ure shown in tho drawing hat there Tim studding CJxH is nailed to the rightly used than any other and that In fashion If economy Instead of ex floor and the floor to tire sills a safe travagnnuo were the fashion tho lesson and snbbtantlwl arrunyemnnL although taught by thu rich would he quicUJy th Moor uKtnnd throe Jnohwh oyer tl learned by thu poor ami thus a great end of the sills Thu studding it J r sot braelnK Q that ho HHlMrt addition to the nutlonal uuctloi k4 tLv oriW wuuot mi or yvOjld bo ttvuiviDvwivat Â¬ Â¬ Spq PIO I -- PLOW WITH HKCTIONAJ IlKAM quarter inch hole is made near the shoulder irr which is placed a closely fitting bolt A A series of holes Is also rnado in the tongue near the end in which a bolt or iron pin r is inserted which holds tho beam at different angles With tho horse walking in the furrow the end of bourn is directly be- k IlO 2 HKUTIONAI PLOW 1IAM hind It and not scraping off the baric or mutilating the trees and vines Plows thus arranged by farmers them- Â¬ selves have been in use for many yearsr and ure found to boa desirable arrange- Â¬ ment When the sections of beam Hw placed In a straight line the plow I again ready for common work A werl cmr Agriculturist Urttwth of folHtfrr ojs of potRtMis per auro the yield wHI be alrove the avnrwKw yet ho houl I fifUlsIM with om tha W Inishei M It will rqwlri jw www J Uofi though tH eMt may mPHJ If an acre of ground produce U00 bwtoV frmr ptfrlty Win w far fertHlwn Jf rM fw m fMJur expp4 i mi4 tk ftwmr will jwW WWJ ilium 1 LU PW liitil will FT flofca r ikruLtLy i T 1m rr TWfl TTfTT fw j f t r mMMNNtnm IUIIHIUIWllUll 1 WWW t ff JJAZKL WAKEN SPENDER COOPER llmiifn liiIlATiD1iPljlwlmiimVipfii HIM VWK V0 n IHti piiiuiaii in ifiv An r 1 it linn ur i at iii - Editor A KpihIhII our prMnl llcptrx nirtim in wmpwJh shs JsHSv Kill TiBaJPWPF JfSVK altfJtitosMlNl XKmmC n a Sssmty 31 - V f 7rfl Whip Mr KciiiInII Miritoodwl to the mi Httnn Iip now IioIiIn lir lim wrtididy mill tiM If a very uuivpUihlc mriiihor rnii-tlli- iU luinl in work for hi uiit N nmvuii 1y hlfl record a part nfi tinu to wlilili This Hihaiii Inn ft lot-1too wi ll known tutu piililMicil - tho Fifty mwhikI Comrrcv for rplnilnn LOOK OUT FOR OUR vrorcc MUMMWMB fWfl kV CRCn - I I UCIHT71 IILUl 35 E Ul IILJIll wuuo Manufacturing JewiWr MAIN STREET Friday HAZEL GREEN j r KY 1HH2 11 III HIH i fron - July 8 DEMOCRATIC TICKET the DciumriitH and olcetcd ho will iiinko In tlu luttirn iih he linn in the p wti a paliHtakliiK Imnl lujuln la- - clioMon liy tihcinBnnlIvuof Morjfiuiwiiniyi hUu a lf Kt mt ww it Willi riwinlrn till V IHnlllilllll pffr KIIKHA N COUNTERS Will Pay Ton to Real Ml Cuitom Houtt Squirt LEXINGTON KY For President CltOVER CLEVELAND Of New York For YlcelVvnldonl ADLAI E STEVENSON Of Illluok COUNTY TICKET For Circuit Clerk JONAS F VANSANT For Sheriff GEORGE DRAKE FOIt CONOUKMS Wo are iuithorhul to announce MAItCCS 0 MHliK of Dark county tin n candidate fM CoiifjruM In the Tenth Kentucky district suhjuot to the net ton of tin- Democratic party Wo nra niitlinriceil to nuunuiico lOHKIII M KKNDAII of Floyd county an ti can dldato for CoiiKrom In the Tenth Kentucky dNtrlet miliject to action oT the Dcinoeratlo party jrKhielloii November 8 IKfJ - A Icllt r received working iiiciiiIiit iih the lufnr from him rccontly brin Mintioii that In will won lu in Wolfe county and then our cltipim may have the plcamire of oiiveriiij with him face to faee It N fiilte proliahle aNo that he will mldreH tlio citizen of the enmity at one or more places ThK however will depend on eircum tnueee and should he eonelude to do wi tinuMy notice of the oveiila will Ikj given o o o Is WATCHES DIAMONDS CLOCKS Current News and Comment qrover and adlai Clrover Cleveland malo name Itoform In taxes In Mm aim Outspoken In all liln plan Yletoryn nsmred for our demaudi Kiial ami exact Juntlce to all IteaMureii the people reat orNiuall And our platform Turin Ucliirm No greiitor Imuo ever wiw horn DainuoriioyH now Hiire on lop And trench ltoyn will noon et nop Dont pin your hope to other faith Ijihor UuiotiN all thun nayotli And on the fourth of March In M3 Inaugurate Orover ami Adlal E PAVIIi ItrNNiri II M I Iuh it within IiIr power to xiTtiro to liimulf the Icm oeratie nomiuatiun in I8IHI and lie made President hy nil overwhelming majnrity and we believe he ic Miiart enough to nee it Hln line of duty in plain and if he wen it art Democrats all over the country flee It he will hiihteu to avail of the op porluuity ollered him lie hIiouIiI take the lend in New York and nee that every Democrat in that State vote for CleveIf he doc thin land and Sicvciipou and it will be the miinly thing for him to do there 1h not a Democrat between Mnn tenaga and San Diego that could beat him for the nomiuatiun in IHUri And mark the prediction ho will do thin very Â¬ A look BARGAIN IS TABLES AVe S WliiiY in Cincinnati vi pit hold if a Stuck of iootta ntnO cents on tho dollar spot cash which vc nro iroinir to avo to JWILRY Solid Sillier ANO Optical Goods our friends and the public while it lasts We Iuiyo made up our minds t lint we tire jjo in to show the people that we appreciate their splendid pntronatro in the past find we are uinj to sell the splendid purchase we made fit less than theoodscan he manufactured for All we ask of You is to our Severn I Trimble Bros WHOLES LE mociRs MT STERLING KY TTftConidiiitiiciits of produce and tin introiiauc of Mountain Merchant lenecrt ally Kolicltnl IctlU ie J It Sharp Ilruci Trimble T 0 Denton SHARP TRIMBLE MT DENTON of STKKMXti KY are going to name a few of the many big drives Have now a complete line thing A W we will otter you Good Plaid Cotton sold for 8Jc now m a yard New Spring Style Shirting Prints fast colors 1c a yard Now Spring Style Dress Prints fast colors oV a yard Plaid Cheviot Suiting former price 10c now le a yard Camels Hair Suitings formerly 20c now 10c a yard Heavy deans two good colors 10c a yard Heavy Cottonade worth 20c now 10c a yard Cedar Pencils fie a dozen Large ltubbor Head Lead Pencils 10c a dozen Falcon Hank mid School Pens 6c a dozen 70 Needles or three paper for 0e Large size Shaving Glass worth 10c for fie Kxtra large size Shoo Hlackiug fie a box Good Shoe Hrush for 10c Good Garter Web 2 yards rK or 2fic a bolt 2 Extra large boxes Lily Whito for Oc o Hillinqh o o the Chicago Demo Â¬ erat who ollvrti to bet 20000 that Cleveland and Stovenson will bo the next President and Vice President of these United States and that New York Wisconsin and Illinois will go Democratic might with safety add Massachusetts to his list Gov Hussell Ih a wonderfully popular young Democrat and a personal friend of Mr Cleveland and he knows o that if ho should carry tho Old Hay State o 0 Will the varlou Labor Unlonnof tho for Mr Cleveland bo is sure or a cabinet country uupport tho Hat and Jtat party 7 portfolio Thcso things taken toijetlier ny voniy i i aro significant to say the least A vkuy amusing incident occurred at tho given namo of our Vice tho Prohibition convention in Cincin rrcflldontlHl candldnto Ih taken from tho nati lust week While the delegates lllblo and meaiiB Tho Junl o marched from tliefJJrnnd Hotel to Music o o Tub report coiiica from Illinois thnt Hnll tho Gorman band engaged to Hir ror tho occasion led tho pro thouHHudn of ItepubllcAiiH opposed to uish music Well cession with the soul stirring air tlio Force bill Iniquity will HiipiMirt tho Johnnie llll up all drink stone blind Democratic ticket In November o tho bowl I and tho cold water apostles O O Tin prenont hchhIoii of tho Kontueky didnt llko it a bit Indeed one or the Iglslaturo hnn cost tho taxpayorH of the delegates and tho leader or the band set Ktato over 200000 and there being no canto near having a o to oyer it O 0 inonoy In tho treasury Auditor Norman Tiik report is going tho rounds that luw quit Issuing union ujwn It or election Col W lit Â¬ Clothing ilats Boots Shoes and Gents Furnishing Goods We solicit an inspection of our goods find guarantee pii ces satisfactory ami articles its recommended i r Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY 30000 Capita i 200000 Simi iiB M IIIOSTAKF7iiiient 1 O L KIItKIATIlirK Vice President W W THOMSON o Imliler Adlai o o o We respectfully solicit the hunincPNof uier clinnts furtner triutern ami IuihIihsn itirii KiMHTidlv Â¬ Heavy Weight Note Paper 24 sheets or 50 Envelopes or 2 packages for fie I quire 5c v Xcncrnl Five Thimbles all sizes for fie Extra largo Gilt Hack Hhink Hook for fie Wire Garters and Sleeve Holders itc 24 Shoo Lace for 6c 7 8 and 0 Inch Covered Dress Steels fie n dozen unklnjr IhinIucnh lone Jive ih a chance to ncimI you a hank hook ony your checks and loan vou uioiiev when In uertl W W Thompson Cash tliroittliotit KuNteru Kentucky A t K 74 K S STRAW R SucccKsor to J A SON 1 La 1 Co KY 1 Clevelands event of Lexington and C P Hreckinridge Tiik Kontueky Senate ban agreed to the present Congressman from tho Ash not adjourn until tho Jtovonuo bill hIiuII have beoomo a law and there in every laud district will be likely to secure a position It is a long time proHpcct that tlio middle of thin month cabinet pick out Clevelands cabinet ahead to will find them mill hammering away but be certainly could not select a more 0 o a Hon J Rr KknimMi ban our thnnkfl brilliant or a belter man for any portfofor Hovoral public documonts recently lio at his disposal And heres hopiu the silver tongued statesman may pocuro o 0 o Hiuong them Memorial addrcHon on tho life and character of LowIh F a good place o o Mraton a representative from Ponnsyl Tiik time Tor tho Congressional Con vanla vention is now close at hand and those o o o aspirants who have not yet announced Tiik Iorco bill Inlmiltv H lrlvt many cotinorvntlvo ltepublleatiH from In Tin IIkiiald had better hasten to do that party to tho Democratic party and so Tiik Hkiiaid has proved a Mascot It begins to look Ah If the g o p will to many politicians in the past Tew years not be able to muster a corporals guard and the man who ignores it can bet his ut tho November obsequlea over its ro sox that hell not bo in it when the nomination is made mains Â¬ tho Large 8 inch Rubber Heddlng Comb for fie Large Horn and Kuhhcr Fine Comb two for fie Large Double Iook Money Purse fie School and Package Strap 10c Ladies Hose absolutely fast black fw a pair Ladles Fancy Hose extra large fie a pair Seamless Mixed Socks fie a pair Splendid Fancy Socks C n pair Childrens Hlack and Fancy Hose fie a pair Fancy Domet Flannel Overshlrs 2fie each Mens Fancy Web End Suspenders 10c a pair 28 lucb Turkey Hed Haudaua Handkerchief for fie Childrens Fancy Handkerchiefs le each Extra heavy and well made Striped leans Pants worth Extra heavy HJ rlb Umbrellas for 76c each Genuine Gloria Silk Umbrellas for 1 each Largo Fancy Horder Hand Towels 10c a pair Fancy Colored Window Curtains good fie a yard One dozen Napkins fringed for 2fic Main Stkkkt LKXIKGTOK Wliolcmtlc Dealers In Straight Kentucky Brandies Whiskies c Wines FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY CIGARS AND TOHACCO Turrand Old Taylor AgcntH for Old tligli Old IVimnr Old H 150 for 100 GFEDERi Cut Price Houie ttlfi 107 Aalr RACE STREET CINCINNATI OHIO IIOSI- - CJ2 I Ami thousands of other items we could name nt equally low prices In addition to above immenso bargains we will sell to every cash pureaaser of 5 00 or over also to every person paying us 1000 orover in cash on notes ami accounts INDKUWKAIt OIOVKS rrNDKUS and wares and other KltY II I SHAWLS IILANKKTS SIS miimII KarulNhlug Hoods 100 oods In Notion I Inc all kind of iuul Pitmtu A Co Church Sticct New York VuHpcclal attention to mail orders OIT IN qiIBTITT mCiT lit QliUTT 6 Pounds of our Choicest Coffee for One Dollar We also give free to every cash purchaser of 100 or more ft very handsome gilt frame looking glass or a We have tho largest large size picture or ehromo o Gkk Ioiin lliuwitix of California Outlaw Ukih will evidently Injure was nominated as the Prohibition candi Instead or strengthen tho Republican date for President by the convention at tloktH judging from the expressions or Cincinnati on Thursday of last week ami tho thousands or Labor Unions through like tho candidates of the two great par out tho country and Hatty Harrison ties bo was chosen on A the first ballot IiIb running mate will find hluiHolf thus Hit ill aggregating many thousands of dolbadly handicapped lars was pledged to the support of tlio 0 O Q ticket OUu own O 0 0 Â¬ worms WHITES CREAM Â¬ York to receive tho nlltulul uotilicntloii Of his nomination us Vice President on tho Deiimoratlo ticket and that Hi Ids Jotter of acceptance hu will speak at UMgih upon the liiiunoliil questions ami dulStio Ids vIuwm uleaily 4 U Adlal says he will go to New Tin coming INesidential eleotion Ktiro bring iih a Presbyterian IW dept wladher lie bollepiiblleau or Dem o U Blout DllUNO his speech hefoie tho Itcpub lloaii National committee in which he urged that Clarkson bo reappointed Hon 1 Bloat FiiHsott observeil that Wiscon sin and Illinois are in the lUtof doubtful Stiilus ami Iowa Is by no menus certain Youve got a level head for one time Â¬ FOR 20 YEARS Stock in the Stale outside of Louisville We want your pat Has led all Worm Remedies ronage and will make prices to secure it EVERY COTTLE GUARANTEFD Wo will also take in exchange for merchandise or on HOLD KVKUYWIUUtK 0 HTtOfU notes ami accounts all kinds or morchnntnhlo produce live rrtymJI KKIUHBHOHTmOH stock saw logs ami railroad cross ties KOSE DeBUSK Â¬ General Merchandise VERMIFUGE WKU J T Of 1IIAIIK l DAY TIllil CO Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers HAZEL GREEN - ICY Tup PrgliibltlonUtH may not be In it OIuvuIhihI ami tttowmsoii iuul wliuii tjia PjriLnMuiil iuul Vo President H7Ht jlwril and Kohl jill being of Hint re nro elected this loll but no one will deny llkivw fMllh a thing tvhleli never hwp that lliey Dhlwcll to neuuru the cold pwM tofofv and not likely U luippvu i Miler uoullngenoy of all the older m maOTf NT IpHitlttf HvoY EASTERN KENTUCKY mmimMm UlackMiiiilhiiitf ot all kluiU Molhllid wmli iiroinptl iloiH Wc nuiko ii I1 ol liiillillni alioiM- unwuiih und kiiiomiiK all Moil MUK All uliu arn ludchtnl lo tin lino oi cither of u for mil nnit coini unit hc He aiid LiolMiiatliniriory term mi iiiMiiimiiwi torn stork ilonc loriiiini IliailKllltf llll riil HrlMt liilllnllllwi in d IIcIiuik l rniildiuuntt id lh int itc ill Ilkpcillull UOSlA DidlUh t AJ A r r I 1 0M wB 1 m - Mni a4 w Or among tho flint Wolfo MorRnu T lids or- Uldouhicdly tho oldest altlian In paper lit tinrtorn Kentucky to udvoento HHd itrt Htliiti than nil oilier Mwm in th Wn J11 thcnonlnntlonof Clnrn r Clovelmul for Now wo hnvo tho mnn of miiiwill ilmlitTiuuiKKr MKiiiuM thrmiKli venhof n0 to morrow Snttmlny July President M m2 whloh n commonw tho Won moruI ycntt ho MW lwn mr lVS VvAl irfr I 0 t aT oi n the county dmwiiiK n ly nuWrlhliiK nnil renewing our mile hhi tiiannikky IhmtumI for Hum a few dollars wiuli month townrds iildlng ncriptioiiN for twclvo month AdvcriNemenj to tho oxlftcne and tho and koon txmted ErVlS longlvlty of hb llfo U therefore more during tho campaign MMlltrllt lllMTlllll Hy pormMon of jiCrAii tuavhiint AnvitimaiNo mikt reninrknMo than If ho woro mirromuluil tho clltor wo will nlng you a llttlo Ming Jilt IAin IN AOVANCU with tho comfort that would appear to Wo wine well liofnro tiinon camo In frndi XTANIIINO AHVHUTISUMIIVTH PJ month 1 inch 7rnmnko llfo worth living Tho old man Ion and will now do tho host wo can I i Own for uhont ThU piece ot to Itnpulllcnn momutro t w m ml Hpn a IncK vmw now though he W 7A ahlo occn and will hnvo two Ucntn in Novomlwr l liicliw 22 00 Hionally to walk ft Inehe ahout tho yard of thellonoe lng with a nplrlt iiul with a jW It lllcllCJl mm nouso occuploil by hi clnughtor Democratic undcrHtandlng rnte on laruer advertisement Liberal nunc known on niipllunlioii Airs itxxio Mall ami with whom ho Onrphitlorm Is out Local iioIIccn to lui liiterNperxod tinioiiL make bin Our hnnnrr U In tho air home Hut few people in 10 cent a Hun lilt a ill reading mutter We fer no dnnu er Iolint of UA percent where they run u mouth Wolfo county we opine aro awaro that With Orover and Adlai or more wo have a centenarian oltiron and Tint OIIOUUN trover anil Adhil Obituaries trllintet ol icspect etc He n I rover and Adlal line Count nix word to the Hue and Mlid IIkiiaiI suggest that for nvvcot charl We fear no force hill Wo will write tyHake money with the manuscript it would bo tho proper thing With Jrover and Aillnl cent a Hue obttnarlcM anil piildUh at for all who aro In better clrcuinstnnccH We ink iho Hepulilleni UN Marriage autl ileath notice not eeeeillug Who are nick of han I limn to chip in and make the remaining day tuilUneH Hollolleil anil pnblUlied tliKK To quit the IVople jpnrty jrVt ltnIH tOlt ItKU1Mt AtlVKItTlHINll of Mr Ibitlillo thohapplcMt he Iiiih over nu mil into our linen IX IHMANIi rAYAUIKOUAUTKHIY With rover and Adlal had Duly a mho from each man SPKMKIl COOlKH Athlrviw llael Ireen Ky They nro frleioU to free m IumiIs would materially aid him and Mirely Tn the farmer ami all not one among us would mliw it MoreVote for thrill my count rvuien CiiiiMOiHiwoiitllift Atttirney Ami let the force hill fall over a llttlo attention to IiIm tliynlcnl We are nuthorlxcil to nnnonnee JOSKPH welfare now may prolong hU Orover and Adlal life for sevIt the lie puhlhviUK are siieeefciful M KASH of Hazel Ireen iin n eamliiliite eral year The hcuoMtH we bestow upon They will sit hack ami laugh fur CoiumouueulthH Attorney In the JLntl To iee the lioneitt farmer him will certainly not conic up against Jilillelnl ilitttrlet emnposeil of the cnuntlfx Take four dollar for his oalf us at the Drcat White Throne ami when trover and Adlal of Hrniihltl IMill Lee Magoniii ami Wolle we are called be may bo there as a wit Hut If we are victorious Mlhjeet to iietiou of the Peinoerntlr party Ihe Hepuhlleans will shed n tear ness against us if wo heed not this call To nee t te hones farmer let fortv dollars for a ulcer Circuit court hoglim at Campion on Who will take the lend With Orover ami Adlal Monday Mrs Oldlleld wife of U Oldlleld Their theory In right Our old friend Krod Kcllain hn our of Drassy died at tho residence of her Their doctrine U true IIociiuhc they stand thankufor a nice prewnt husband on Monday morning last of in Under the red white and blue tlrover ami Adlal l of ICzel paid Hnrcl testinal catarrh Mrs Oldlleld was the Q mother of u large family of children who And now ttond people Orcon a living vinit Wcdncwhiy Upon you do call with tho devoted husband mourn her March to the front M Downing preached at tho death Kov The sympathy of tho communi And we will elect them this fall Christian chufch in thU phicoou Friday ty in which they live is expressed for With drover ami Adlal nlghi lnt And when they are elected them in their sorrow and everywhere And taken llielr cents She was a good woman is heard from Well cry out Victory hoys An original poo in ly our hoy TIioh C The Hepuhlleans aro heat Kiutorling arrived too late for thin iwuo tender sympathizing lijis Her remain Hy drover and Adlai Tuesday were laid to rest on hut will appear next week Then hard times will disappear IIke snow before the nun Silas Kash of this place wan thrown Tho new judicial dlHtrict in which wo A doren years or more will pass from a wagon between Hothwell and Hefore another Hepuhlleaiill run find oUroolvcH i called tint Twonty-Kcc-onAgainst Cleveland and Stevenson Frenchbiirg on Wemlesday night a week Ik composed of tho counticx of and Then the money will return ago and was so badly cut about tho head Leo Magollin and llrcathitt Kntil The HIHIoioifollar Cougres tpeut thathoTni been conllucd to a room at Hack to the V S Treasury Wolfo his uncle Shelby Kash until Wednes As though It had heeu lent With Cleveland and SteveiiKon Win luignto tf Jillnioro creek thin day evening when he came up on the WlNdlKHH duly Monday thrown from a hack A wheel of the wagon struck a county with on initio and his head hadly hurt At last rock and tho spring seat slipped which Ill I LL1 PS uecotiiitH ho wan uncouHcioiiH and in a precipitated him to tho ground with tho WITH precarioUH condition above result 1 Gheen Hazel clrviilNllnit In Herald r Wr 11snnUntnrowmvw tU n ml f maw llo Wv uiAy thnn over wore Hlww Tim wn l firs Hazel Breeii Fait lnlrl isoolioa t i PW 1r TIUHD ANNTAIi KXlUMTlONt Iakiv liAln Tuesday Sopt 27th Wodnosday Sopt 28tU Thursday Sopt 20tli Friday Sept 30th j 1 M xn w 1200 in Premiums Comnelilioii Open lo tie woi J Â¬ Children ovor 10 and under 15 years 25 Couth Over lo year35 Cents Cutnloius giving premiums in full will soon bo ready for distribution and may be bad by addressing the Secretary D S GODSEY W T SWANGO President Seerolary - ADMlSbTON ft Â¬ WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS Tho LnmoM Drujt Houmo In tho Ohio Volley Mimufiiotuvnrn of COH U1SMED1UB thivt nro S CATLETT8BURG KY 10000 Bqunro Foot of Floor Room o Sdi by tho Doren 138 HnmU Kmployert 1 Â¬ ljiiiik 1 1 Iimj Tint unit roliimltt It it Im fMMK it III nmw A llll MHIVUl iill I Mvltl ll utt Vlute ftuarautre to eure all Talus and Aches Crumps and Colic Dlarrloea lVssen internally ami oxter eutery etc ually The heut llnlmeut In the world UlCli 5A CKXTS I 4 proprietors ol he kctleNERVE KING famous Nolo - HINDOO KIDNEY OORDtAM For tho oermauout mire of rains In the Ilaek and nil disorders of the Kldnevsr and trluary OrKans TIiouhhihIn of cerf iiocaies in uiose who nave uruii mis remedy will lie sent on application ij i it proprleiorhof the renowned tii Â¬ liSyKou Haik hy Ditito Si oniw ANnCoeNTnYRronKH Afr4Htt 1 iiiih I SfJtHI Kvkuywiikrx WINCHESTER BANK WINCmCSTKH N II THE PIHYTOWK HULL 60 KY WITIIKItHPOON U I d II UNTKH Cashier Ireslilent Is rnnnlnir constantly and dolnu tho host ol work at tho lowest nrlees Special aueoinmodntloiiM for customers from a distance Without detriment to our homo trade Paid up OapUnT Surplus Â¬ 5IKHM Jji2X0000 No Bids Offered for Bid Rolls 1 J This Hunk solicits the accounts of iner Wo do not make them and have no demand chants limners traders and husluess men for them In our trade Hour rally throughout Kasteru Kentucky THE MAYTOWN MILL GO and oilers Its eiistomers every facility and the most llheral terms within Iho limits of W W MANKKlUhuuiKcr legitimate Intnl Inu oetlHly Jol7f f The appointment made for tho meet ing at the Pronhyterlnn church on Mon day night last wiih mado without tw knowledgo that any other meeting had been announced for that time Â¬ Hen Higstat well known throughout W M KERR CO the length and breadth of Kentucky is jomiritN in now a permanent resident of our town Agricultural Implements the prettiest that Hardware which lie assure uh Hen i full of he ha seen in the State OMVKItOllllMl 1MDWS MALTA war remlnisenccs and talk entertainingPLOWS COOKS MII1HA FVAH Hoh Motley who hub hcen in Texan OKATOKH CHAMPION HKVPKKS ly on all topics hlnce hiHt Hpriug roturned homo one day AND MOWKHS STODDAKD AND M See tho announcement of Hon AOMIC IIAltlnVS4tr lust week much pleaded with tliat coun Uash who U a candidate for Common D0O1LS AND SASH A SPFCIALTY He brought uh a pair of jack rab try wealth Attorney in this district Space tit and 112 Siwond Stuhkt bit earn for which he Iiiih our tluinkn forbid a nioie extended notice this week I RONTON O TIioh C lohiiHon ICqf was here hut we will have more to say next week II HRYAN Tucwlay and had WO cnndidatcH cardn The meeting which began at the M F WITH irlnted Tom in a candidate for tircuit Church on Saluiday night Is still in pro Judge in thiH district and ho nuys he seemingly uiiuhaled interest will win tho Democratic nomination or prcsf with know thoVcaHon why Judge Spindling of Camptoti paid our town a Hying visit Wednesday Tho partlcM who were mdliugtho iiiew tloiH of the State Huard of ICducation Wonder what has become of our cor for the examination of teacher respondent aL Camptnu were 1 Saturday arrested in Hieathitt county MORGAN COUNTY ftiul placed iuthojiillat Jnokhon 12 WIvST MAIN ST Tho Illiilnu1it llnlililtH grind jury indicted thorn LKXINOTON KY The llux i raging here Dmiel Ihoiii and wife of color have Henry Miles baby has been very sick Ur tluinkn for a nice young wuirrel and Kelly William ha a had case ulllux improv iihm of flno bcetM Tom Cox in very sick but liiMt here wo wIhIi tnobderve that neither of tin no two aro ing ver lillo and in Taulbco ha been visiting at Mr coiihcijuenco they al wnyH have plenty and to uparo loliu Mnyahn Uniiio rioriill ha boon sick but Is Our young friend II L CJodsey tho rhiNlclnHN Cenltlni uro X convalescent llver taiigucd fUDAURVlMU llnmllUii Co Ohio Juno IKlil orator of tho mountaiuH Frank Williams baby Hoy died Sal Norvn Tonlo Oiin iNiitln of IHtftor KNUily WIH toiluy Friday speak lor a prlxo be ourikl m eiillrely utlor pliyjounni Ink I tried unlay of llux foro Uiu H inunilu ut tulinvo tna ot uiisaiioiully tor Ohntattquu AHsomhly at Loxing W llUHNNKlKll Ira Mile ha left u to make West utrvuut tlobiltljr l and let uh all hope that he may UNtoNviLtu Mo Jnnusry IHUt Liberty hi home wnictiffvlcturhuM Hnli lor Henry 1 can sluenroly nuy Umt IMslor lack Caiiuny spent one night IVmlo Iim iialtHl wonderful i slowKikhiIhs Nito Undo my imy ihmii Ureck UobortH on iihumwI to uo II Im hu not luul the slluhtenl in Ureathltt Willi uh last week trial niiloin or nt ftint Is Kellluu stout mid lrtult Court fur tho kllllmr of llowman T M Caiiuoy made a Hying trip to kurly j urv on la urprUuil hi Uiu rout Isi t IumI ixiutf Kitflil IsUIip itiii Nuw York IIIfclvO iwr Uittln u inixtlcliuu Hiiturday Hontonced to a llfo term in Stillwater Saturday l wliloh itlil no fiom n wo think will join ttooU UKNNlli WAIiHII Some of our hoys iKhltontlary Tim trouble arose Kanian lir Mo Oot H vi lIio Murphies soon vrngnnioof card and Tin Hiiuu Con In tor uorv IviHiuliia Nerv UmhJ wHiarl iTiililllty ami wns urenlly Pvk history of tho crime at the tlmo Jan K Well will teach our school at uti4 this place a good selection AllUi UKU U MUKtJN B Helton vice prcsiduiit of the Wm Mihis Iiuh bought liiui a furiii near uuinty VmMtH A VnlHuttla IttMtk la H tYMtrvttHf u ro Wit Libcrtv and will movu thl fall of ttl Ki LIJLL lHfM4 Mill friNic UoadilrsM hU imkhiuhi owla un to mk that tho Union of a r Hi I IIKmImi Horn to uiu w I Iu ol Frank Pinratt to county sm bm AiBiJMrii uy in nvrBa liiu dolognto to n special bouncing big boy Friink Is all smiles PAiiur Kiwitiit ut rori Wfn inu iiioh- - urn UnuwprttuauiidrblillrvloubrUiB t tho JJMIoti County Inlon atCllfty on is riding liorseimck Mrs Pliiulu Cox yiJulyU2 KOEMIQ MED CO Ohlosgt III tho iiminhorit IILoiiilxteeii year old girl tlinnk to y WVtirn themselves mtMirdiiigly Nl4ltrlnNHHtaMtSlMHrlaUt Jfevf Dr TaulhcuK tieatmuiit HotOwfiH t visiting Mrs loo Mrsliuiicii Nell was Vt Mr Irvlll Ulnt ieiiu iiiiiiiiiineifil ill Pierntl week IIODHK jjsb l tho lrcidyierlaii church on Pioratt hist last week Joo business was in on Haii Ihiiv Kv iny nigiu ounio up from Stauiou rialycrsvlllo MltH lOU DAY iToprlotrcN I iil- K July J Hiidlngtl ThK houmi hiu heini recently relltled and progress at reliiruWicilnnd the tabic Is at nil limes slip HoiIioiIIhi uhiiri h retiiruml to IU tiilooo piled wllh the bent In the niurket Hairs Hample rnoiu allaelied ami spc Horn to tho wlfo of Marnlml Holing reoiinhl J1 Im whiy Mr IpvliilMiildtoluii -nouimeiehil men Jlilrniume lx in iiriiim i i hu will lualiiiniii idal rule in uillcjliu mvii biiverui woro iiisui agiri Iliomp wiys Hliy riiJieiJIlllV tled 1 i InoiniH the foico j jjj W Ur oricf f j0 w year Only HiihwrM noI irplMlblclweapprciliiteijnlliiiSM I Â¬ FEDER SILBERBERG 113 CO O li MB W Third H tract - CINCINNATI Represented by W CILLIS 1 Â¬ Â¬ R fllPN THE BEST j READY 11 jjra mmrxrrtmm r PEARSONAiCLARK VITOMSAIK 1 1 A1NT The Best is the Cheapest not a latent Paint but tho boM Paint that can bo mado by an oxporiondod Practical Painter with the nHHiHtiuusu of It in guaran Â¬ the lalest improved and powerful machinery Will cover one half moronpiuio teed to give HittiHlaction than lend and oil mixed by hand Sent freight paid for Ono reliable dealer wanted in each 100 per gallon town iSoikI for ctdor cardn etc to h SPft 1 Â¬ KSSfr c Lion Paint and Color Works LEXINGTON KY Wholesale Boots and Shoes LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY ICiinturn GREEN HUPFAKER JlAia CO I To tho Triulo of rtor W tl n4r r I ljid tK l4triMIT We liave thin day completed iimmgoinoiitH with tho above named linn and will handle their goodn in largo quan tities Wo cHpccially invito an inHpection by the inorchantH an we are prepared to duplicate any and all prweB quoted in iiiciniuiti or Kiiowille MerchantH can buy Louisville hone goodn almoHt at their doorH and Have largt freight billn We are prepared at any and all Union to IliriiiMli theHogtMxU All vi ank jrt ii in tin v and every quality hIko and price trial Respectfully Ac J T DAY CO Â¬ Kvtttuuky OontlKuoun to Hnol Qroont Ohi jkn Kv May 10 1802 HhkH Orcoii Ky DAY llle Ut - 1 TwciitVsoven HrolVMiirs ninl liisiniotnrsi KIkIu CoiirscKof MtHily h faUm ApU Imlry cidiurc Hclciitllic IIIhIhkIiiiIi civil lhinliitofliiK McoIihiiIchI KHutomiMt V Cmiiilv iippulniees received iom ol HiifoH rwArd h durmlf OIiimIciiI NoruiHl Hchool Iu- - chwNmw Mpdy M lorlvii rJyil pur week i h rlrHM ImihIIImi MM to tltHl Ky K PATTKMION Ph- - Dm JA OPENS tCrrEMBK 14 ti Uxlntr1 - wf Many years ago nouse live old consecrated Christian but It puts upon them an Impression I have forgotten thoro wps a largo church It was char Â¬ men all of them gono now except that ten thousand years will only make acterized by strange and unaccountable Father Pearson and he In blindness more vivid and tremendous As long as I folks Thunder In tho Blblo Is tho Symbo conversions Thero were no great re-Â¬ and old age waiting for tho Masters tho oldchildren live their prayer is for 8PKNGKR COOPKR Publlihor their and their childrens but individual eases of spiritual call to come up higher vivals of Powor These old men came not knowing children Day In and day out month arrest and transformation KY II AZKIi GREEN I took them In and month out year in and year out A youug man sat In one of the front why 1 had invited them 1 said to St Iiuno nml St Joliti Vrn Cullctl Tho pews decade In and decade out the sons and to the top room of my house lo was a graduate of Yalobrll Tho HHIgltitiit Soiih or Tliuiiilnr I havo called you hero for spe- Â¬ daughters of that family aro remem Â¬ and notoriously them llant as tho north star In tho fjhurch Hiin a GOLD IS SOAROE Everybody knew him and cial prayer I am In an agony for a bered In earnest prayer und they dissolute lllilliiff IMHcu llr Twl- liked him for his geniality but deplored great turning to god of the people We know It and they feel It and they can Hrrnion Yield Iha Thnn Formerly The Mine iiihk Amount Thnt IIhn limn Mlnritu his moral errantry To please his par have vast inultitudeu In attendance and not get away from It Two funerals after awhile not more It Tho gold morning in they are attentive and respectful but I There Is no joke about Dr Talmago took for his sermon last ents he was every Sabbath a ringing of can not see that they are saved Let us than two yrtrs apart or It l seldom Ono day there was of tho world Is steadily de- Â¬ Sunday Psalms lxxxt 7 church I answered production creasing from your to your and It will thee In tho secret place of thunder the doorbell of the pastor of that church kneel down and each ono pray and not that thero Is more than that lapse of Â¬ assured time between fathers going and this room until wo are whelmed not bo very long befdro tho Supply is It Is past midnight and 2 oclock In and that young man prayer andwith re- leave the blessing will comealland has ers going two funerals put out of moth Â¬ advice that sight practically used up Not more than tho morning far enough from sunset pentance Implored It was a most Intense crying the old folks Hut where aro the chil- Â¬ one million dollara worth of the preoloux and sunrise to make tho darkness very and passed Into complete reformation come I said Hrethren let this dren The daughters aro In homes whero All the neighbor Â¬ unto God motnl in now mined annually and this thick and tho Egyptian army In pur- Â¬ of heart and life Why meeting bo a secret and they said It they are incarnations of good sense in not nearly enough to moot tho re- Â¬ hood was astonished and asked suit of tho escaping Israelites arc on quirements of expanding commerce tho bottom of tho Hod sea Its waters was this Ills father and mother had would bo That Tuesday night special industry and piety Tho sons perhaps ono a farmer another a merchant Of onurso now deposits will bo discov- Â¬ having been set up on either side in ma- said nothing to him about his souls service ended On the following Friday night oo another a physician another a minister ered from time to time but they will sonry of sapphire for God can make a welfare No of the Gospel useful consistent ad Â¬ soon be exhausted On another aisle of tho same church cured the usual prayer meeting wall as solid out of water as out of Why h gold so rare Simply because granite and the trowels with which sat an old miser He paid his pew rent ono knew of what had occurred on Tues mired honored What a power for good It Is heavy There are only two met Â¬ these two walls wore built were none but was hard on tho poor and had no day night but the meeting was unusu Â¬ those seven sons and daughters Where Piles of ally thronged Men accustomed to pray did they got tho powor From tho als that are heavier namely plati- tho less powerful because invisible Interest in any philanthropy that Such walls had never before been money And people said What a strug Â¬ in public in great composure broke schools and the seminaries and tho Remember num and Iridium at the beginning the earth was a lifted gle he will have when ho quits this life down under emotion The people were colleges Oh no though those may In tours Thero wore sobs and silences havo helped body of gas Hy gradual condensa Â¬ From their superior When I saw the waters of the Hod to part with his bonds and mortgages tion it became liquid while now the Sea rolling through tho Sue canal they Ono day ho wrote to his minister and solemnities of such unusual power mental endowment No I do not think whole of Km mass save only an outer were blue and beautiful and flowing Please to call immediately I have a that tho worshipers looked into each they had unusual mental caliber From What accidental circumstances much thinner in proportion to the like other waters but to night as the matter of great Importance about which others faces as much as to say No they crust And v hen the had nothing of what Is called astound Â¬ When the pastor does all this mean whole bulk than is the shell of an egg Egyptians look up to them built into 1 want to see you would be a fluid but for the fact that it walls now on one side and now on the came In the man could not speak for following Sabbath came although we ing good luck is hold together by tremendous pressure other they must havo been frowning emotion but after uwhile ho gathered were iq a secular place over four hun Â¬ think we will tako a train and rldo Naturally in the course of its formation wateis for It was probable that tho self control enough to say havo lived dred arose for prayers and a religious to the depot nearest to the homestead about ucuntcr of attraction the weight- Â¬ same power that lifted them up might for this world too long want to know awakening took place that made that from which those men and women start-Â¬ ier particles composing the globe gath Â¬ suddenly fling them prostrate A great if you think 1 can bo saved and if so winter memorable for time and for ed The train halts Let us stop a few ered about that center Accordingly lantern of cloud hung over this chasm I wish you would tell mo how 1pon eternity There may bo in this build- Â¬ minutes at the village graveyard und wo find that the earth as a whole weighs between tho two walls of his soul the light soon dawned and the ing many who wore brought to God see the tombstones of the parents Yes Tho door tlw times as much as water while the that lantern was opened toward the old miser not only revolutionized in durimr that meat iinmthorihir but few tho ono was seventy four years of age n n rocks forming the crust are only about Israelites ahead giving them light and heart but in life homin to scatter bene of them know that the upper room in end tho other was seventy two and tho two and one half times as heavy as tho back of the lantern was toward the factions and toward all the great chari my house on Juincy street where those epigraph says that after a useful life water How ap Â¬ Egyptians and it growled and rumbled ties of the day ho became a cheerful and live old Christian men poured out their they died a Christian death In ancient times gold was obtained and jarred with thunder not thunder bountiful almoner What was the cause souls before God was the secret place propriately the Scripture passage cut abundantly from tho rivers of Asia like that which cheers tho earth after a of this change everybody asked and no of thunder on tho mothers tombstone She done The sands of luctolus tho gold u drought promising the refreshing ono was capable of giving an intelligent The day will come God hasten it And how beautiful what she could Mocoo secured by tho Argonauts the when people will Mud out the velocity the passage cut on the fathers tomtn charged and surcharged answer but yellow metal of Ophlr the fable of shower In another part of the church sat the majesty the multipotoneeof prayer stone Messed are the dead who die in with threats of doom King Midas all illustrate the east The Egyptian captains lost their nres Sabbath by Sabbath a beautiful and Wo brag about our limited express the Lord for they rest from their la- Â¬ urn origin of gold Alexander tho ence of mind and the horses roared and talented woman who was a great so Â¬ trains which put us down a thousand bors and their works do follow them Groat brought nearly 300000000 of snorted and would not answer to their ciety leader She went to church be Â¬ miles away in twenty four hours but On over the country road wo ride gold from Persia Gold alsocamo from bits wheels got inter cause that was a respectable thing to here Is something by which in a mo the road a little rough for the spring and tho chariot Arabia and from tho middle of Africa locked and torn olT and the charioteers do and in the neighborhood where she ment we may confront people five thou weather is not quite settled and oneo by way of the Nile Hut itll of these wore hurled headlong and tho Red sea lived it was hardly respectable not to sand miles away We brag about our down in a rut It is hard to get tho wheels sources of supply were long ago ex fell on all tho but here is something that shafts host Tho confusing and go Worldly was she to the last degree telephonestelephone in utterance and re- Â¬ out again without breaking the in jt hausted Hut at last we come to the lane front to and all her family worldly She had at beats tho confounding thunder was in answer Itru7il which only a century ngo war With their hor house the finest gormuns that were ply for God says Ho f ore they call IÂ¬ of the farmhouse Let me get out of of the Israelites tho prayer the richest of gold producing countries hacks cut by the lash and their foot over danced and tho costliest favors will hear We brag about the phono the wagon and ojmmi the gate while you has now ceased to be largely produc- bleeding and their bodies decrepit with that wore ever given and though she graph in which a man can speak and drive through Iloro is tho arbor under tive Tho total output of tho metal the sulVeringof whole generations they attended church she never liked to hear his words ami the tones of his voice can which those boys and girls many years from that part of the world from tin had asked Almighty God to ensepulcher any story of pathos and as to religious bo kept for ages and by the turning of ago used to play Hut it is quite out of upon end of the sixteenth century until now Egyptian pursuers in one great emotion of any kind she thought it a crank the words may como forthprayer order now for the property is in other is estimated at 700000000 All the their thea- Â¬ tho ours of another century but hands Yonder is the orchard whero sarcophagus and the splash and tho positively vulgar Wines cards famous gold coast of Africa does not at of costly gayety were to allows us to speak words into the ears they use to thrash tho trees for apples ters rounds Ked sea as It dropped to it present yield an much as 100000 a roar of the were only tho shutting of her tho highest satisfaction of everlasting remembrance and on the sometimes before they were quite ripe natural bed year Yet the dark continent was One day a neighbor sent in a visiting other stile of all eternities they will be There is the mow whore they hunted sarcophagus on a dead host That formerly noted as the country of gold the the meaning of the text when God card and this lady came down the heard Oh yo who are wasting your for eggs before Easter Thero is tho is Mummies have lioon numerously found stairs in tears and told tho whole story breath anil wasting your brains and doorsill upon which they used to sit I answered theo In tho secret in Egypt wjth massive necklaces and says of how she had not slept for several wasting your nerves and wasting your There is the room in which they had place of thunder good and that family prayers and where they all knelt other ornament of the metal Now thunder all up and down tho nights and she feared she was going to lungs wishing for this Herodotus tells of a king who loaded Itlblo is tho symbol of power The looo her soul and she wondered if some good for tho church and the world why the father there the mother thero his prisoners with golden chains that accom Â¬ ono would not come around and pray do you not go into the secret place of and the lys and girls thero plague of hail was substance being more common than Egyptian Wo have got to tho fountain of pious panied with this full diapason of tho with her Kroiu that time her entire thunder bronze Copper was even worn for heavens While Samuel and his men demeanor was changed and though she Hut says someone that is a boun and gracious influences at last That is ornament in preference to gold The wore making a burnt offering of a was not called upon to sacrifice any of tiful theory yet it does not work in my the place t hut decided those seven earth- Â¬ treasures brought by the queen of Sheba Heboid Philistines w re about to her amenities of life she consecrated cose for I am in a cloud of trouble or a ly and immortal destinies to Solomons temple must have been of lamb and the was by terrorizing thun- Â¬ hor beauty hersocial position hor fam- Â¬ cloud of sickness or a cloud of persecuHeboid That is tho secret place of enormous value Since the year 1M0 attack thcmit discomfited Job who ily her all to God and the church and tion or a cloud ofa poverty or a cloud of thunder Hoys aro seldom more than der they were Africa has produced about 00000000 was a combination of the Dantesquu usefulness Evorylnidy said in regard bereavement or cloud of perplexity their fathers will let them be Girls aro worth of gold but the supply Is nearly and tho Miltonic was solemnized on ti her Havo you noticed the change How glad I am that you told mo that seldom more than their mothers will lo my them bo used up now Hut there come times when of the heavens and and what in the world caused It and That is exactly the placo to which Â¬ was from a cloud that it seems that parents can not control The supplies of gold drawn from the this reverberation power who no one could make satisfactory expla- text refers It The thunder of his ried Fnitod States are steadily diminishing can God answered Israel the cloud over their children There come times in a and ho challenges tho nation understand It is the same way with Australia universe by saying two years though tho chasm cut through the Ked Sca Â¬ boys life when ho thinks ho knows more In tho course of Canst thou 1 remember was light to the Israelites which has yielded for tho worlds use the his thunder with a voice liko Him and ho there was no general awakening in that and cloud that to tho Egyptians It was than that father does and fifteen years I knew more at about 00000000 worth of the metal darkness now Honhours Horse Fair church many such isolated cases of Not less than 7000000000 worth of throws ltosa by tho Hlblu photograph such unexpected and unaccountable from a cloud a tremendous cloud that of age f ban I have ever known since gold hasbCen dug In all countries since Into the shade when he describes his conversions took place The very peo God made reply It was a cloud that There como times In a girls life when of a warhorso Columbus discovered America 100 years neck as clothed with thunder ono thought would be af Â¬ was tho secret placo of thunder So you she thinks her mother is notional and He- - ple whom no Â¬ ago yushlngton Star proper and can not get away from the consolation cause of the ppwer of James and John fected by such considerations were con- of my text by talking that way Let does not understand what is says Oh best and the sweet child verted The pastor and the olllcers of they were called tho sons of thunder lony Itinera anil Thrlr lllMnry people under a cloud hear it I pshaw and she longs for the timewhen on tho Tho law given on tJio basaltic crags of the church were religiouslookout for the all the phenomenon answered theo in the secret place of she will not havo to bo dictated to and old fashioned posy ring which Mount Sinai wiw emphasized with this solution of this Tho was oneo so much In vogue has recent Â¬ cloudy ebullition The skies all around she goes out of tho door or goes to bed Where is it they said anil who is it thunder This sujeot helps mo to explain some with pouting lips and these mothers reÂ¬ ly been made the subject of a learned about St John at Patmos were full of and what is it At last tho discovery A things you havo not understood about member for themselves that they know illscourno before an audience of scien Â¬ tho thunder of war and tho thunder of was made and all was explained Â¬ In men and women and there are multi more at fourteen years of ago than they tific men and women It is an extreme Chri My triumph and tho thunder of poor old Christian woman standing ly interesting bit of jewelry It has a resurrection and the thunder of eter- the vestibule of tho church ono Sunday tudes of them and tho multitude is mul Â¬ have ever known since Hut father and history of course Posy originally nity morning trying to got her breath again tiplying by the minute Many of themÂ¬ mother do not think you havo lost your a superabundance of educaYou have a ovor your meant verses presented with a uosoguy Hut when my text says I answered before she wont upstairs to the gallery havo not you had their brain in a post inlluence of prayer childputs tho sympa Â¬ tion If resource that then came to lie applied to the Mowers thee In the secret place of thunder it heard tho inquiry and told the secret themselves and finally became the brief suggests there is some mystery alnrnt For years she had been In the habit inrMtiim Iviiiiiimitimi mid von could thetic and omnipotent God into your Do not waste feontlment motto or legend the thunder To the ancients tho cause of concentrating all her prayers for par-Â¬ weigh it it would not weigh any heav parental undertaking poetical inscribed upon a ring for the finger of this bombarding the earth with loud ticular persons in that church Shr ier than tho average They have not your time in reading flimsy books about The words marked upon these love pound must have been more of a mys Â¬ would sec some man or some woman anything especially Impressive in per the best ways to bring up children Go tokens wore generally of a stereotyped tery than it is to us Tho lightnings present und though she might not sonal appearance They are not very Into the secret placo of thunder kind such as You never knew A heart which were to them wild monsters know tho persons name she would pray Muent of tongue They protend to nothMlftRlomirlOA t tio rrotiMted One which was presented ranging through the skies In our time for that person until ho or she was con- Â¬ ing unusual In mental faculty or social more true to God All her prayers were influence but you feel their power you We are glad to learn that the United by the bridegroom bore the suggestive havo been domesticated Wo harness verted Love him who gives this electricity to vehicles and wo cage it In for that ono person just that one She are elevated in their presence yon area States government has undertaken to couplet ring of gold Tis ho must kiss thee lamps and every schoolboy knows some-Â¬ waited and waited for communion days better man or a bettor woman havingÂ¬ redress the wrongs suffered by Amer- Â¬ Â¬ them You know that In in- ican missionaries In Turkey These un Â¬ A Lady Cathcart when thoUrt old thing about tho fact that it is tho pas Â¬ to see when the candidates for member- confronted to tako unto herself a fourth sage of electricity from cloud to cloud ship stood up whether her prayers had tellectual endowment you aro their su- offending men wero arrested without when about husband inscribed upon her ring tho that causos the heavenly racket which been effectual it turned out that these perior while in the matter of moral and cause their Hibles and other books your wore confiscated and their property was they hopoful aspiration If I survive 1 will wo call thunder Hut after all that marvelous Instances of conversion were religious inlluence this arc vastly prayers superior Why Is Chicago Tribune spoiled Hud this been done by a mob havo five chemistry has taught tho world thero tho result of that old womans To find the revolution of this secret it would havo been excusable thouffb in tho gallery Sabbath by arc mystcrios about this skyey reso jw she sat LoruIik la Mlntiriwtn Sabbath bent nml wizened and poor you must go baolc thirty or forty or no less an Infringement of right for a It is how no uncommon sight during naifco and my text truo In tho tlmo of and unnoticed perhaps sixty years to tho homestead mob has many heads but no brains and tho logging season of each winter In tho Psalmist is true now some always where this man was brought up It is a Hut it was tho arbitrary act of A little cloud of consecrated humanity secret this state to sou Incredibly large loads will bo true that thero is galleries That was winter morning and tho tallow candle Turkish governor who ought to bo rehovering in tho of logs moved ovor a road through tho about tho place of thunder Is lighted and the Mres oro kindled ono thing known about tho thun- Â¬ tho sccrot placo of tho thunder Thoro ttometimes tho shavings hardly enough tired to privato life Tho missionarle To forest by a four horse team During Is some hidden unknown mysterious aro no less entitled to protection thsa last winter tho record for big loads of der thero aru a hundred things not source of almost all tho moral anil reli- Â¬ to start tho wood The mother Is pre tho traders so long as they conduct logs whs broken by teams In the em- Â¬ known After all tho scientific batter gious powor demonstrated Not ono narlmr tho breakfast the blue edged their operations within tho laws ies havo boon doing their work for u ploy of tho Ann Klver Logging Co not one out of ten mil- Â¬ dishes are on tho table and tho lid of they should senm to havo done In this out of a million operating on tho Ann river a tributary thousand years to como and learned lion prayers over strike a human ear tho kettle on the hearth begins to rattle ease Fold around them tho Stars aad havo discoursed to tho utmost Â¬ of the Snako river The scale of one of men and mog On public occasions a minister of reli- with tho steam and tho shadow of tho SUlpes St Louis Republic tho loads as given by tho companys about atmospheric electricity electricity gion voices tho supplications of an asÂ¬ Industrious woman by tho Mlekerlug scaler showed that it contained OH notto olectrlclty and galvanlo John Hlocher of HufTalo has be semblage but tho prayers of all tho llama on the hearth Is moved up and logs measuring 31480 foot weight of and thermotlo electricity and friction congregation aro In silence There Is down tho wall Tho father Is at the queathed his largo house to bo used electricity and load Including sleds 114 tons height olcctrlolty and posltlvo when prayers barn feeding tho stock the oats thrown a charltablo homo for aged men a ncgatlvo olectrlclty my text will bo as not a second In a century ts of load from the sleds 31 feet vldth of bin Into tho wnon uspeaas aro not ascending but myriads of them craunchlnghorses corn and tho cuttle has provided for tho endowment of a load ttO feet Tho load was hauled by suggestive as Itlato ttay Tho children Institution by bestowing upon it tho a whlspor for aro not ovon as loud as thunder four horses a distance of three miles on of the Bccrot place of by a natural law ild hears n thought as plainly as a earlier than they would like and after fortune of tWOOOOOO along Now right dne sot of aleds and by on a four horso silence of supplica- Â¬ being called twice arc gathered at tho I attended a funeral in n crowa thero Is always a spiritual law As vocalization That perpetual is tho table Scientific American team and church whero thero was but ono rcaVT thero J a Beorot place of natural thun- Â¬ tion hemispheric Tho blessing of God Is asked on tho happy fnee of thunder II flerrewed It was tho face and der thoro is a sccrot placo of moral secret plaeo of 167 wo wero wor-Â¬ food and tho meal ovor tho family tho dead sleeping that whlto lloww In tho winter Mr Travors just sent thunder In other words tho religious Mias Summit amid is put white tablecloth K lie Is o gen- Â¬ powor that you aeo abroad In tho church shiping In tho Urooklyn Academy of lllblo chapter upon thoand a prayer made Tulmoge me theae lovely violet is read and a W erous and I know he couldnt afford It in tho world has a hiding place and in Music In tho Interregnum of churches I which Includes all tho Interests for this n A Ho always carries a dagger ii great audiences but Tho poor dear boy I dont bee whoro many case it is never discovered at all Wo had tho usual boyond measure by tho world and tho next Tho children pay hand and liko an old Venetian WM he gets the money from I will use a similitude I can glvo only was oppressed Â¬ in tho dark and la loves to attention to tho prayer savagely I know where tho dim outllno of a particular case for fact that conversions wcro not moro nu- not much tho sarue tiling day afterfor it back best stub Dashaway Carlo Marty n day Tuesday I invited to my Is about many of the remarkable circumstance merous Ono be got the uiouey in this case Life Hazel Green Herald SPECIAL PKAYER linr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- t4 HOME HINTS AND HELPS one cup of Doughnuts inlllc n Httlu wilt ono cup of sugar That la tho Way Mlniotors Spoak aour Mix ns soft as one tcnspoonfnl of soda consistent wUh lmntlllntf and fry In hot A Moit Wonilprfnl Array or Outupokra Ono cpir N Y World Lentil Hlscnlt Took ono cup of lentils in water mtfllcicnt to nmke one pint in all when cooked and rubbed through a colander Add to the lentils thus prepared salt to season and two anil one fourth pint of grated bread bnl crumb in u Shape into biscuit and brown hot oven ten or ilf teen minutes lood Health fc Hatter Clcs Half a pound of fresh batter half a pound of molted butter the prated peel of a lemon three ckjjr two pounds of Hour and two teaspoon fuls of rum or arrack are kneaded to jrethur and set awny for a few boars then the dough Is rolled out about the thickness of the back of a knife blade cut oat in any fancy shapes with a tin cake cutter and baked on a sheet of tin Harpers In a moderately hot oven llawr over Apple Snow Tut twelve good sized tart apples in cold wnter and set them When soft drain off the wnter strip the skins off the apples core them and lay them in a deep dish Heat the whites of six eggs to a stiff froth pat half a pound of Hnely pow Heat dercd white mi gar to the apples them to a stiff froth and then add the Heat the whole to a stiff beaten eggs tnow turn into a dessert dish and Detroit Free Press ecrve Cottage Pudding One cupful of tifgnr one vgp one tablespoon ful of butter one cupful of sweet milk or water one teuspoonful of vnnilla extract flour enough to make stiff as cake and two tablespoonfuls of baking powder Hake in a long sifted Into dry Hour I or sauce flat tin and cut in squares beat the whites of three eggs stiff add the three volks and beat together fif Add two tablespoonfuls teen minutes of line granulated sugar and one tea spoonful of vauilla Serve on the pudHousekeeper ding Quite the gem of the furnishings in the parlor of a pretty apartment up town is a lovely statuette of Cupid the tire Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bulled on nil miujocts Of Into venra pus tor nro beuoiulnp wollvcrsod in thoio tlilngM which oontrltmto to tho physical aa well as spiritual comfort of their people Many Knstors nro also physicians nml nil seek earnestly for those thing which thoy bolluvoto he worthy and valuable Ilo following statements nuulu by Min- Â¬ isters of tho tlospel hearing upou this Im portaat polut arc most valuable Hev S 1 Smith Marblohcad Mass For jeaia l suffered from cnmpllcn tious of tho liver which canned hllloiisnoas und llnilly threw mo Into billons fever I was attended by n sklimi phvslciun but still l suirered periodical bilious uttneks and Intoaso pain rrom tho formatlnr of gall Htouus llually was obllgod to suspend myiiastorul work when aficr a thorough treatment with n most wonderful cure l was entirely restored to health and was able to work harder thnn ever My appetite returned my digestion was perfect and I feci that l owe my retilorntloa entirely to Warners Safe Cure 1 uio pleasure In iccouuncndliigil ns a great rcmcily for all diseases of iho liver Hev C A Harvey U n Washington 1 The piece of 8llTcrntentloned In tho Ulblc as the kind of coin in which tho reward of Judas treachery was paid was about sixty six and two third cents Judas therefore received n Bitm about Stntcmciit from lrumlnrnt Mln equal to twenty dollars of our money ltcr of tho Uoipol It Is calculated by political economists that the difference of valuobetween the No class of people la tho community havo money of that and of this day would a deeper Interest la tho wclfnro of tho pco make that amount about equal to two plo than Ministers of tho Gospel They nro hundred dollars at the present time Drought close to tho members of their con which Is a small compensation for ever Â¬ gregaUon study their wants and nro con lasting infamy Si houls Globe-Democrat FHOAI THE HEAKT A 9miJl IMPt Do Ton Admire plosion lahn CktMimKns Oem Trobably not Even wero Johns eyee not cut on tho bins and tils noso brond In tho beam his tint would stamp htm as tho Anran n f liAnilMflll Vnl l tllttA ttmn with the Jaundice Is of tho Mima huo only mora pronounced imiouiness wun us svmptotus of furred tongue yellowish skin nud eyeballs pains In tho right sldo eulmlnuto In Jaundico and congestion of tho liver Homed y thU troublo nud removo Ittt attendant symptoms dyspepsia and consti patlon wltfi lIoletlerxs Stomncli Hitters which nlso cores malaria rheumatic nud sleic riTiHTl itlitiiaitM IhutmiM sae the leM OursblA and or rCKMO headaches vertigo must If unchecked fro Inlnts the iron na burn eff ue Rtiln Mas Siotb lolUh t JHWlMt iii tha comutnsr mts oTcry purcww rslsi watch let aetla Mer kidney troubles - tako pcaure in stating that I have Tor many years been acquainted with tho well known Wamurs Sure Cure and with Its rctnarlcablo curative efllcleucy in ohstlnnto and si called Incurable cases of Bright- disease in this city In some of these cases which seemed to be in the last stages and which had been given up by practitioners of both schools the speedy chaugo wrougiit by this remedy seemed but little less than miraculous 1 am convinced that for D rights disease in all lis stages no remedy heretofore discovered can be held for one momcau ia eompaiison with this I C 1 Tlio Itepithllmn Convention The next convention of tho Kepubltcna Who wotLn be freo front enrthly Ills party will bo held at Minneapolis Minn W commencing June 7th nml the following must buy a box of Hoodlums rill luformulloti In regard lo rates nod nrrango cents a bo v Worth a guinea incuts for thetraiinporUillou of visitors will In tho flutter of excitement tho flight of be ol Interest to our renders Tho North Western Mao will sell excur time Is unheeded sion tickets to Minneapolis und return at Tiik Hams Horn Is published at Indian tho very tow inlu of ono faro for tlio round trip and will provide the best of facilities spoils Indiana at 1W per year for the transportation of delegates and visA lumiNo good fellow Is often one itors Three suporhlv appointed trains nre run who shakes dice Philadelphia Itecord over this line between Chicago and Minne- Â¬ apolis The Day Express with luxurious parlor cars leaves Chicago ut StlftA M und arrive at Mluueapolin in the evening affording a delightful dayilgrltl ride through some of the most plcturesijuu scenery of tho northwest solid vcs Tho North Wcstorn Limited tibuled train lighted throiighoit by gas and equipped with palnco sleeping cars and dining curs leaves Chicago ilnll nttf 00 l M and arrives at Minneapolis early the following morning Tlio lonves Chicago Night Express lPUbvjpKkl B dsily at 111 P M after arrival or all jf trains ol connecting lines from the Enttiuut South and Is equipped vtilh puluoe sleeping cars standard Ony coaches and North Â¬ Â¬ Litk is short nud most people nro short nil through lifc Somervlllo Journal - nl I mmm ITTI LC mm I LIVER on a DO HOT GRIPS XOR RICKS Bar rt for SICK IlKAD Â¬ Â¬ klHE2S ACIIK tmplrJ lllloeoBHj- ruonioijna Kinnii intj roa vlut orjni nman Auim dls until Nuirti ntt an ivitl 3 bloiHl Tht f r ir lantlfy At I Â¬ rtxktl Ilk tonvcnUnf hr All So J l JDR tttj rtuWd to ul mttr btloo tnuth Ltch ll f onulni fnl lUmp nuln 1UMRLT urtlcrs aruiiAin action coinplcxlon by tiurlfylatf aSBfe B Bevkndlilndilr Conqatf bilious Bervous ills- KiUbliiH eu N VSOKTABLS ld rnll llllslnots nillllo tH Ttttn MiUr tkn ucr Soldvr7 jooJi VOU m on pill cttrltd in eta rl lxrCrtcnU kt tt p book trlth lWpl CO HARTER MEDICINE SI Leull Mft - standing on a pedestal behind draped In loose folds crimson which is cloth as ineffective background The peculiar tint of the marble attracted a visitor who iuquircd concerning it whereupon I saw in some the mistress confessed paper that to brush a plaster east with orange shellac diluted with alcohol would impart this peculiar creamy tint old ivory and chancing upon this txccllcnt reproduction in plaster I bought it for experiment You see how like have been Kvery one ad mires the color f my boy so much And Ill tell you a bit more That rich crim son drapery is a last years dress which faded in streaks I had it dyed and vnlu iticil evolved the rest of my art corner N successful I Â¬ Â¬ New Castle Wost suffered lor a long time from malaria ran down in weight tOpocudi could not sleep and was unable to take tare of my parish 1 consulted one of tho best pathologists in the City of New Yoik who fniiiul my ilulds bnilly lmpng nated with alhumuu mucous with hyaline I commenced Warners cists abundant Bafo Cure and began to mend rapidly My bade ceased to ache tho malarial in mptnius dlsippearcil and I now welgli more than ever bofmaUter my recovery I had an other anab sis made when my lluid proved to he entirely fieo from oasis with only a Blight trace of albumen Tho doctor said tho casts were of the most dangerous char acter and that 1 had had a very narrow escape Hev Henry C Wcstwood I D Trovl Ten year aco I douce It I declareused Warners Safe Cure ami ilenvid so much houctlt from it that 1 was led to Rev Kcnjnmin chester Co N Y lldl I I Â¬ other Circulars giving detailed informntlon in regard to rates arrangements etc and nnd refreshing to tho tusto mid nets yet promptly on tho Kidnoys also containing map of the oily ol Mlnue npolls will be furnished on application to fently nnd Bowels cleanses tho sysW A Thrall ic T A Chicago tem effect imlly dispels colds head North Western Hj Chicago 111 riches and fevers nnd cures Imbitual A lft i is snmrthlng to be desired pro Â¬ Syrup of Figs is tho vided there is not tin ofllcer at the other end constipation or it only remedy of its hind ever produced pleasing to tho tnsto nnd no Citnrrb Cannot tto Cured With ioou applications iiB they cannot ccptnblo to tho stomach promnt in reach tho seat of tho disease Catarrh Is a its action and truly beneficial in its blood or constitutional disease nud in order to euro It von must tako internal remedies effects prepared only from tho most Halls Catarrh Curo Is taken Internally and healthy nnd agrcenblo substances its nets direct v on the blood und mucous sur many excellent qualities commend it faces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a qunck It was prescribed by ono ol the to all nnd havo mado it tho moBt medicine be tPhvsicIinH in this country for years popular remedy known and Is u regular prescription It Is com Syrup of Figs is for salo in 50c posed of tho best tonics Known combined with tho best blood purifiers nding direct- nnd 1 bottles by all leading drugly on the mucous snr faces The perfect Any reliablo druggist who combination of the wo Ingredients is wlint gists produces Hiich wonderful results in curing may not havo it on hand will pro Catarrh Send for testimonials free euro it promptly for any ono who F Ciiinkv v Co Props Toledo O wishes to try it Do not nccopb nuy 75 ccuts Sold by druggists price Â¬ 5 Chicago to Minneapolis will bo good rla the direct line through Janesville Mnd ison nml Devils Lake or via tlm Lako which closely follows the Shore Homo i hoieol Lake Michigan mid nume Uiiough Milwaukee Wnukesuu and Miutlsoa or will be good going one route and ruturuliig the Western dining ears Tickets via the Norlh Western Line from r4MOTHERS FRIEND 6 OJSTE Both tlio method nnd results when Syrup of Figs is taken it ia pleasant ENJOYS Is a PCicntlfic MOTHBRS FRIFND nllv prepared Liniment every hiBrc dlejit of recognized value and in constant use by the medical profes sion These ingredients arc combined In a manner hitherto unknown 1 Â¬ WILL DO nil It AND MORE MOTHERS FRIEND thnt Is claimed for Lessens Pain Diminishes Drinper to Life of Mother and Child Book to con mailed FKEE MOTHERS tiiiuiiR valuable information and It Shortens Labor voluntary tctimonlals BOLD 11Y I Sent by express on receipt nt price BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO lft0 per bottle AtlanlaGa ALL DUU00I8T8 Â¬ 25 CENTS Â¬ I 1 IfilefaisCal Sold bj Qooksoltsrs Sent postpaid bj - substitute Tun trouble with tho man who knows CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO nothing is that he is always the last to tluil it ouu Hams Uoin SAX FRANCIS00 - Y Times CRAPES How AND CREPONS rubrics Are Wmra Oriental Crape Crape is a fabric of silk cotton or Wool with U wrinkled remm surfii lithe French name for a thick crape but this season it is anv fabric with an uneven surface suirircstivc of crane whether woven like a crape or in plaits thrown up by dropping certain weft threads on the under side at dethiitcin Tlm fcrvabs after the Inequnrd manner tightening them by twisting Qaldmr tin WrlnldiMl Since then s nno of my tricuds havo proved the virtues ot tuu medicine and njcoutly a iclitvohas been greatly rollovod by its use 1 thuioforu beg leavo lo placo more emphasis upon tho opinion of this remedial agont expressed by mo boijio tan years Â¬ wntea teitununiil in its favor Tlio Only Ono in Ker Irlnleil the Word Cun Vou Hud LOUISVIUf KY fV rOtK CAL KY GO HOUGHTON MIFFLIN 4 Turk Stroot BOSTON MASS -i- -r - and tin wtxft ii arp also of twisted threads every dtcrnate group of threads being twist c mvwriniueoi crape is produced by Â¬ ed in threads k arranged are loose that snnin hotWKiii llu 111 unil fabric Is completed thev un foist- I -- v liti its uh iiirceiiuii which pwsn surface of uniform irregulari IT fm isung warp and weft makes e most perfect crape If the weft Jlyhe twisted and the warp straight weft threads will push up and down Miui- i- a icss uurame iiunc hen lin s i tne wen oniy mere k I elasticity across the goods ami when lotted both ways it is elastic both With wen the 1 Hi v po - Vli- - till Ki HUM 1 mm I ill 11 11 1 iays d to Jhu result of this weaving is a sur- taeethat m - r Such a sur hi Men 10 aiiviiu ks WS und crapes are especially beauti- as ui nnuiieii 10 inern as vivm wuu 7th and absorbs much WeiKTlnlfc t u ipea nnwf Kw Mini i w it Miiiuows 1 11 if w ob me most nennltini in iuiuiii sine or 01 mixed sine aS- When m pari coiiou wiim CC10Uon pecnenni v i ut mere is no vulgar at- 18101 re L in cotton but It is kentf 1uuLCftl t lei y on E5 qualities the Mfacc and Its ownare made to appear Cotact 01 rcuectlon tnan sllK kd a wcreforc lends Itself to Incrcaso hU f UKlltl WllUil b fcttln qiU A KfrniHWtlve Also the crimped rce enhances tho beauty of cotton Tun young lndy without an engagement Hoard at the Grand Opera First thnt passngo exquisite ring has nothing on hand to spook of Oh Lndv Dallas Now Second Tncly HoiiH von enjoy this l lrst I do very much enntsav thnt A GmiMAS plivalnlnu has discovered tho by mcnslcH bacillus Solonco has at last coma enjoy It whu nre vou here for then Second to tho scratch Memphis Appeal it makes A ooon many girls who nro struggling to respcctable-llos-t- on mo feel so eminently learn to pick a bnnjo would Hud It much lournnl more servlceablo to know how to pick a Hhodes That Mrs Dogood chlckon Inter Ocean lliibty in I nsked is a mighty mysterious critter It ono bo thoro advanco nothing llfo Is morning and going to know In would boJust what loft to AROUND her for u ham bono this FAT FOLKS REDUCED rrteiapnncse Yolschl crape has tho naturally expected to get actvil answer hoio or to llvo for I A J MUiU VV I l 04v V5WtoaDlbejMrwonthtynnlektteJ Till Mil TllinifllWNTf1ltli ttnd tho wvii of cotton khM KU William What did she say Dusty f IlDsnAXi Dldnt you promiso to obey Kni ii V ml nolirul ttecu Hlrlc conlhliitUL II o sheer and llhtiilcb Sho told mo to say nothing mo at tho ultarl tS u5S twHte Yon but wora Wile UMID awjmMoViafirSTIffiC iSK rtweuc Detroit to JAPAN and roturn 410 u Wowld drenn lt is ot ni saw wood N Y Ilernld thoro now not IffUl TUII rAIIR ttKJ wptinu and ittb night lrin0 JfaPni8o Kanka crape with ALASKA and return 205 Apply to I delivered a lecture Inst Ilioii Remedy for Catarrh U the A coprcu tmst is tho latest thing out In color huK straight warp of kuBi How did you that lino but tho iwllcomon aro not In It Ik it KuhIcsi to Um- and CUoainit I n n r the messenger boy nrt tS Vlsttfl weft ot cotton It h said n rwi ousei ueuoiu uwdoan rduuc nauwaj The tnan that American a1 sPlrcnt a If tho warp were come to do that tako it along with Baltimore w ktiiamb tun nnn ir to forgot 8 A mah can nearly ahvayn havo tho last S crapo In twisted wrote It ho went to the academy anu U him when word If ho will consent to mako it his name ver sZ TWefL the wuft tbremls bv Bold by druKgiit or amt hy nail m Kill- nt tho bottom of a chock Wtwhlngton 60c sent me after it ET ifuxeltlne WarrM la j niHl cnunn alternating CW UII Mlin fWriv f40 Papn Jffi rain StAT tioMr kliiruerr Little Flaxen Hnlr 1 iw IiiVtUb0prxlucoaclcoeroUoiTecU ANK R Umt WtkHtrd A btodest of history hai dlacovcroil that mSPSfTm Papa homewhat annoyed by murnlng crapo is avi Henry VJIIe tralnn of domestio ovouta JLW6UHP causes- - WMKN WK1T1NM T AMVUHTMK1M flXUHi Well let it rain Ll l wettve In lmncl tk r U 2 it wrinkled sur prlnolimily run on the block system LT de by sniffeniuff gauzo und JUir tliuldly I was go were at4lal H we Ue AeeeUeewt 1U KTtUf em IIB TTM WBITMI T4IU U ftlCXUI lieltijnere American mru w turn imr e tnm UQnamiitilr Alt v UUUi ia A c I log to ra a Drlcntni Uv v Themis a I huh diplny ndvertisouient tins paper tins week which has no two words all ico except ono word The iiiiiio is true of each new one npiioanmrcarh week from 1 he Dr Hartcr Medicine Co This ngo hotiMi i laces a resccnf on cyerv tiling Hev J P Arnold Camden Tenn makes they maie mid nubliii Look fbi it send years them the naiurt of the word and they will Tor eight tho followiiy Htatcmeut I siilToreilfrom Hnghls disease ot tlio return j on book beautiful lithographs or kidneys Tho torture uuiiurud ui tongue sample lice bio day 1 was laid up with an can tell Tim girl who will not chow gum lias nbsccR4 which disclnrged pun for twenty Tine gum shun about her liostou Trans months The best doctors ia tin1 country dipt ntteudud me but couUbyivo no rdieO Two Lvnirs ladies think of thoenpngements umiI In iibsceises were rimuito co istinttlio nrter I began you hove broken and null illsnppoinimontH faot ihoy only ccised to uu perhaps also lb coiieipinit to others aslng Wiirner- - Snfo Cure which I am v ourselves all on account of headache pleased to siv restored mo to perfect Pradyerotmo will cure you In Uflcen min ll drugghus fiUclnits utes health Hev S H Hell D D formerly pastor of Sotvirvin sjionns First IresUiterlau Church Kansas City stir N O ricivuitc havo urcntod qulto a I liivo been ms wonder Mo inserts fully delivered from many paroxysms of Giknxs Sulphur Sonp Is a gonuino rom unendurable toriuro by Warners Safe ody for Skin Discuses Cure Its virtues should ho known by all Hills Hair and WhUkorDye oOeentsK the world Tnr todilv Is tho silrnaif event of tho Hev William C Powers Greenwood S topers existence Dallas Nows C makes tho following graphic assertion My wife suffered for years from an almost It Is a loan pip that is always squealing constant deposition to pass mine which with great diniculty and In very was done A supiiT stop ten minutes for dlnuor small uuantilles at a time Tho pain no r tie discharge wts excruciat canpafm It 1b not generally belldved that a Mould ing Slio wis treated by three or tlio most nyo is osscntlnl to poring over a book Ik but without any percep ton Courier skilful ph siclans She was completely tible Improvement Tiigiic Is a right tlmo for everything but restored to health by tho use of Warners tho four dollar watch seldom manages to Safe Cure hit IL Somervlllc Journal Can you not see that such earnest und como to comes him who EvniiVTHiNO outspoken statements ns tho nbovo said tho grocer ns ho dumped a from tho heart that they nro sincere und weights or sand In tho sugar bin Wash shovelful that they nro made because these miusters ington Star of tho Gospel know brjond quat en of what thcyspoakl And does It not show how Wnrx tho regular patron gooa to tho bar- Â¬ he can nee this great euro becomes to thoso ber shopin tho mirrorhis own mug without valuable looking In need I 1 - A Pleasant K Reflection Ay v M you need - Â¬ - - Pearline - the fact that easy washing has been made safe Until Pearline came it was danger- Â¬ f ous Pearline takes away the clanger as it takes away the mere is noscour- worK V ing and scrubbing to v wear things out there is n5 trouble in keeping things clean Pearline is better than soap With soap you need hard work for easy work W X 1 1M you nn unitatiun be honest B fXKTZ XG - redrllcrs nnd omc unscrupulous croccrt tell you lus s as K01 as or lc samc as Ienrllne ITS 1 send it bilk M - J AM US lVLIJ N V Â¬ LOVELL DIAMOHO CYCLES In Â¬ For Ladles and conta six ntyles Pneumatic Cuahlon nnd Solid Tlrfli Diamond Frame Steel Drop Forcings Steel m tllfrflf Ciltt IMIK JOHN P LOVELL GRADE in Every Particular for oar llKpu IllattraleJ cal 1 iwerua m uub miir itriuiirr npuriniK iiuuut rtc ARMS COMfrsM 147 WuMngtn St BOSTON MASS Senile cenTe In eUfflpi TubincAdiuitible 011 Deirinct to in runnmc porta incluUme Pedeli 5upeniion Sediile Strictly mQU Â¬ who nro -- THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED int t Ltuly-surpriscd- -Not icr Lndy-resWdb-H- causo GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be used every KITCHEN ocml A SAPOLIO wrDT n 11 1 m S W nj ri cii nii AU - H Prch wbsTXm CYCLES Vmti IliiM 1 H thTnmvna Sk 5F1 Uii LTuUahn JejlleU jJW JITS II IlUU MiritriMIV J l II rv -- Ji ttllt Ill lViL IllfhCIa 1 i A poor and wants to go to Congress tmiii who would vote for him is closo Hut thero have always At 4110 thin morniuc TUr Cleveland kin to nn idiot from Gray beer atieli neople and always will I through Governor Kuwelaent Gables the following statement to the I reckon and Tin too old to fret about Colter CVolm and I arrhicfl Rmed tin bMt MMltclItu Tor the itiirixuw Id binee I have iniiMttfeit that I ever trie we It I would not be without ir I wMHlwflyn nuhjcct to eholera inovbua Mild never found anything elae that given the relief tliHt thin remedy docs I never fool these people and leave home without taking it with me mean enough M make them believe that miiiicInhiv is Hiid on nmiiy ueawioiift Iihvo an with iL to and has gobbled up to the relief of wine auflVrcr ami luivu iuiMsing on themmouev 1 leard n man never known it to fail My children al their sharo of the long ago that labor was too high ways callfor tliHt good medlclno1 when say not bring a dollar a bushthev have a min In the ntomach or and cornIsought to 30000 and now lie is He worth el For hIo by Hose if Juiiea IkiwoIh slipping around as a third party man 1 Â¬ Â¬ five piicyivy Krinroivt jStS S i S i ii i 11 vki win tii auyhitig 1 um l t old to believe tluit IcgWatio too rnnniVUIee or u jIASHLANDJEARK STALLIONS FOR 1832 vrllllllo Bermuda rtryer i dcrClmmMtt nwml Uo front gate nor h rut ii mm- if ulna In the window min chop the too wwhi nor on b tll Wllter Viit but thev co tramping annum talking wives and children iKilitics while their are suptiorting the family bv raising chickens and eggs and picking Urr s to take to town And there are politicians ClflVnaln Thitnks to Wlilori Namlnnted JIliu II10 Cnttrontlon 11 except some and all my fellow women May they live foundly touched by this new proof of long aud prosper the confidence and trust of the great In another Column of this paper will party to which I belong and whoso man be found an advertisement of n medicine claim my loyal obedienco dates known as Jhambeilalns Colle Cholera lam confident that our are ready to receive with approv- and Diarnua lvcmcily for sale by Hose al the principle of true Democracy and Joins of this place In almost every I can not rid myself of the belief that U neighborhood throughou the west there win success it is only necessary to per- Â¬ are some ono or more posona whose lives sistently anJ honestly advocate these have been saved by this remedy It is natural for Uch perwna to take especial principles Differences of opinion and judgment pleasure fu rowuuinendlng the remedv to Tho praise that follows its in in Democratic conventions are by no other means unwholesome indications but it troduction ntui uso makes it immensely While it U intended especially is hardly conceivable in view of the im- popular portance of ouraiiccess to the country lor colic cholera morbus dysentery and and to tho party that there should be diarrhom it is also claimed to cure chron- Â¬ If such be tho case It is anywhoro among Democrats any lack of ic diarrluea harmonious and active effort to win in certainly a Godsend to many a poor the campaign which opens before us I mortal have therefore no concern on that subThe Chicago convention has named the ject It will certainly be my constant Democratic ticket and adopted a sound endeavor to deserve tho support of every platform which ought to bring victory Democrat this fall It had been evident for some A llnnvllte Verdict time that the convention would select I Mr Cleveland for the head and his insMr Jesso Dunn writes as follows have used Quinns Ointment for the last ularity in every section seemed to dem- Â¬ twelve months on thoroughpin windpuris onstrate the necessity of it The Enter curbs and splints it has never failed prise did not believe that Mr Cleveland Horsemen should not be without it It was the best selection that could bo made would seem as if Quinns Ointment was because of the objection in New York to an investment Sold bv Kose Jones his nomination and the doubt expressed bv so many who had been there of his Fro Fight ability to carry the State but the con Â¬ Dog daya or something elso seem to be vention having decided otherwise the having a bad effect just now Last Sun Â¬ Enterprise accepts the situation aud will Dole day morning at lies Mill in this coun give the ticket a hearty support ty Price Dart Colo Wells Labe Me gates from all parts of the country heard Lauglln Jack Holing and others got into tho arguments for and against Mr Cleve- Â¬ a tight striking with rocks and clubs land and decided that it was for the lajst anil knives promiscuously it seems with- Â¬ to accord to him the nomination out much care as to who got hurt Hart Georgetown Enterprise and Wells wero both protty badly used A GunrmittiMl Koniwly up and arc both in bed as a consequence Mcgrimine the only permanent cure Wells waa hit on the head aud face with a rock or club while Uart was cut with for all forms of headache aud neuralgia a knife One cut across the joint of his relieves the pain in from 15 to -- 0 min- Â¬ elbow is a serious wound What the utes For sale on positive guarantee at diiliculty was about has not been learned Thk Hkkaip ollico or sent postpaid by In another free fight at the same place mail on receipt of price 50 cents a box on the same day participated in bv Jno Daughcrtv a uiau bv the name of Sorrel When Governor Abbott presented tho Hen Shrout Jones aud others Daughcrtv name of G rover Cleveland to the Chicago was roughly handled aud considerably convention there was such an explosion bruised up Owingsville Opiuiou of enthusiasm that it proved a great rain maker The mairic of the name is more The following clipped from the Hur than the rain gods ean resist Catletts Post contains burg Democrat lington Junction Mo information of no little value to persons troubled with indigestion The most grizzly and faded beard can For some years the editor of the Post be colored beau ti full v bv nuckinghains litis been subject to cramp colle or fits of Dye indigestion that prostrated him for several hours and unfitted lihu for business for two General Stevenson as Assistant Post- Â¬ or three days afterward About a year ago master General in four vears turned out we called oit 8 J Hatcher druggist and asked for something to ward on mi attack 5 1000 Republican post musters aud put Kali that was already making life hideous Mr 54000 Democrats in their places us a bottle of Chamber for Stevenson I Hatcher handed Iains Colic Cholera and Diurrlucu Remedy Wo took the medicine according to direcIts concentrated curative power makes tions and not only found relief on that oc AyersSarsaparila the best blood purifier casion but have several times since tried its virtues aud found relief in every in stance We take this method of acknowl edging the cure to all others subject to indigestion For sale bv Kose Jones Â¬ Â¬ fellow-countryme- reus I should certainly bo chargeable- with dense- insensibility if I were not pro- lllUI Iitvn tdl inv ftdlmvmiMi IVI111L f I IJIll I1IIL II Vrtll1Wl VI HI H V V I n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Huiiker2lUFlora Wilkes pacer 210 Tom lingers 220 Ac two y arcldrce First dam Sally Hamlet winner of two year Hay Stallion foaled May 1 1mm hred nt 2 Ashland Park old Hamlet stakein I87i bv Hamlet sire ord 2Wh tlrccyear old recird 22iUt SIHFD 1IY HAPPY MLDIlM 400 of Loretta F 218X A V Pantlind 2201 i old recnl -- lhln Lndv M 223 Leon Sire of Nancy Hanks 2ULMuie Cobb213i Truro pacer 222 iivvcar old record UJO fourth heat Fddie C pacer 220 Norman Medium tlne22ii Hrookside Flora 22H and the 220 Camille iiiuck norse io six vear oiu trial xi 220V Huz Medium 22Ut dams of Thornless 2l8K Cvelone 223 4 fouled June to 1883 Hred at hand hicli Hiigadler 221 Hurry Medium 221 Vi Granby22a Graceful 22 aud Ham Ashland Park Kdith 222 First Love 222 1 4 Krnext letta 22iii SIUKDHY MINKKU41II e Maltravers 2 22 Cap Own brother to Lvsander sire of Lysander Second dam Sal dam of Coaster 220 tain Clay Driftwood aud graudum vf First dam Mamie West dam of Cunnnia llov JiJiVU Watl24 tf William Kearney three yearohl record 233 Adellne231 14 Marlowe pacer by Canada Chief 2Wi and Lvsauder Chief UWH U est Hank 237 three vears old Jan bv sire ot dams of Governor 230 mid Joe trial tStraiidam First Dam Tattle latchen Allie West 7islreoffewett2 Char Ac Hooker sire Main Macey of Chesnut Wilks 221 by Mamhrino ley Frivl Jhlti 4 Frank hauip 2 101 4 latchen sire of the dam of Guy Wilkes Third dam the dam of SotV that produced Charlev West 227V Haehel H i 28 Ae Hlauche 22V by Imp Yorkshire sire of Astral 2 18 Kimn Wilkes 218U 2Ki ulo sire dams of Mollie Wilkes 222 4 the dam of Ashland Chief sire of Hlaek Klvira 218S Cleora 2Wi llnuri 217 Allie Wilkes 222 1 4 Uaen 220 M West Mauri 2l7 and twenty nine others ii tlie20 list Wilkes 228 MJee Fourth dmii by Woodpecker thoroughbred Second dmil Mandy by Stanhopes lllood Sectuid dam Madam Hoiulloy dam of Miss sire of Prince 227 W ten miles in 2h08 Hawk sire of the dam of Almont 217i Mabel winner two year idl Kentucky The fee til Fayette Wilkes is within the ami Alov Wilkes 220 Hrectlers Stake 881 and Hapldau duiii Thlnl dam Pattle bv Downings Vermont reach of all and lower than that of any id Loekhurt 214Ai by Sianliopes Kdwlu sire of the dam of Ku ignis 22i5 Mamhrino horse of equal merit in Kentucky Seasoii Forrest 851 sire of Harry Stanhope 231 UH orfeitOTO INSIMIK Itruce 2IOi sire of Kit Curry 2M8K son of Kdwiu Forrest 40sirc of Hillv Hns Gills Vermont sire of Hell Wilson 22 kins 220 4 Champagne 230 a lid the Homier Hov 22t aud sire of the duuis of dams of So So 217 1 4 dam of Ail So Nelly Abel 22IJ Col Hrudshaw 220 220 j Mamhrino Dudlev 2lIiJX Loudon JHinbetta 220 The King 22y L 22t Out ol the dam of Hlaek Cloud 2 17 4 his 2204 Ac Outlaw 22UK Pearl 2W Stanhope bv Mamhrino sire out of the dam of Wilson 210ir Third dam M Fourth dam Jessie bv Thomas Jetlersoii ChieflLsireot IdvTliorn2li Wood Hay horse foaled March 31 1881 Hred at He is u beautiful hlack with right hind tord Mauihrino 22th and four others Ashland Park ankle white stands RX hand hiirh and is a His sous sired Loudon 220 Pancoast perfect horse all over having both hone and KY ABDAMjAII WKST 2S33 S1KKD sire of Patron 214 t 221and 70 othsubstance combined with the form aud liiilsh Sire of Wilkin 227 ers His daughters produced Piedmont characteristic of the cross he so well repre- First dam the dam of Hlaek Cloud 21K 217 1 4 Director 217 sire of Direct sents vl Hnmbletouiiiu sire aud Mamhrino by Pilot Walker pacer 218 1 4 pacing 200 Margaret S 212a dam This cross stands as the very Patchcn Second dam the Cluke Pacing Mare Ac and 21 others in the 30 list Â¬ hest because public performances have de Abdullah West 283 monstrated its value Of its many repre- NoTK dam Miss Coons dam bv Allie West Fourth dam by Hunts Commodore sire of first of Wilson 210 dams of Commodore Helmonttsire of far is the superior oiHcriiiu- sentatives not one by Clark Chief second dam Ohio by Doneaster 228 4 Gera rie Belle 223 da tor not one has demonstrated the same American Clay third dam brought from nium 228K fcc and Manilrunellosire of ability to train on from year to year begin Ohio and represented to be bv Browns Sadie Howe 220 Tom Hritton 22f Ac ning with the yearling form None are betHellfoiiuder Alulallah West died six Fifth dam bv Copperbottom unindsire ol ter hred or better looking years old He was the most promising drm of Kosalind 221 H and Donald 227 As i sire his success is assured n out of colt I ever bred Notk Huppy West is n rich mahogany eight his first crop two entered the lUtlayt West Cloud is a rich mahogany bay 15 bay 10 hands 2itelies hiuh und a horse of year as two vear olds uainelv Hermuda Hoy hands 2 inches with black mane aud tail eleunut style with us good aetiou as nuy 22lhalf mUe truck aud Uosemary 22 Hermuda Hoy being one of the largrst win and black legs a extending above knees and son HapiV Medium ever sired us ut two ning two vcarnlds of 1H1H his first uolts be hocks He is uowerfullv built horse for vears old he could trot in 240 and would ing foaled in 18H Judged at this age no his height and has the most finished set of have trotted in 230 at three years old had it feet and legs to uet on a on stallion ever sired more uniform natural of suy breed it is possible year obi he horse not been tor an accidentlegs the cars by As a two gave which one of his hind was injured He gaited colts with speed unprecedented evidence of being possessed of remarkable causing him to have to be thrown out of will stand for mures season of 1802 at 200 In this horse I have the utmost TO INSUUK the money to be paid as fol- speed as with little handling he trotted a training 1 5 and tulles in his work confidence as a great sire being by Happy 100 at the time of service and thu half mile in 118 lows At years of the souk other UH when the mare proves in foul in 24UKowing three very old he was not Medium one ot the most noted daughter of to a severe attack of of Hamhletouiau aud out of a being limited to thirty outside mares Par- trained pink eye He also work on tli track the great Allie West the second dam is the lies wishing to breed to him had better book us a four year old did nofive year old he was dsni of Mis Mabel and Hapidan who is her Asa their mures early jogged and trained lightly more for the pur first colt produced Loekhurt with a record pose of ascertaining if he was entirely re- of 2144 It is my intention to stand Happv covered than with a view ot testing his West the season ot 1S02 at 50 INSntANCK speed in u few mouths he trotted a full thus aflordiug an opportunity to farmers and mile in 238 und half in 115 The season breeders to secure the services of one of the Exhibition trial Oct 9 18S0 22S 1890 he served a Ivw mares of my own greatest speed producing representatives in Bay horse 15 hands 3 inches high foaled May 3 1878 The handsomest son of his aud was not put to work until September the country ut a nominal price as he will he great sire and the handsomest of any trot 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 tinir hred in the United States am hilly convinced he will with a seasons the great Happy Med hi out of as good a SIHKD BY CHOUGH WILKES 222 Guv Wilkes training trot in 220 I will let him serve dam stands ut such a low figure but I am Sire of Hnrrv Wilkes 213 merits mares Mike 215i So Wilkes pacer 215K Wilson twentv own season of 18D2 outside of ten determined to let the public test his he will Wilcox pacer 210J Money as a sire believing in the near future so 217 of my at 50 INSURANCE 2HK Joe due when mare proves to be in foal be among the best in the country Itosu Wllkts 218K Wilton 210 5st4 - HAPPY WEST UU Â¬ 2li 1 2lK 1 I li 1 1 WEST CLOUD 5195 - 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FAYETTE WILKES 2036 111 I breed sound highly finished trotters and Mares bred by the season not proving in foal have the usuul privileges of return have for sale high bred colts and fillies out of producing dams by a greater number of prominent sires than any farm in the luml For sale ut prices based on uctuul individual merit I wish to farmor breed on the shares twentv approved mares For further infer- - SCuftlSilSllrbiS CO IX B J TREACY Ashland Park Farm Lexington Ky LOUIS STIX WIIOIKSWK DKAIKRS Dry Goods Third Kuee and Union Sts CINCINNATI Q goods that will sub your We carry the trade and our prices are THK LOWFST Special attention to mail orders l Jssas BSBVSSSSBlBSSSSSSSBSSni Wr l BbSSSSSM HbBSBSS bssbsVbssssssbbV notions H c SSSl Si Si SBl IT i- - - m VL riJiWWWJIk V GOLD DUST JBIil J PIERATT Livery Feed and Sale Stable Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ That Your Hair Its youthful cokr and beauty fullne may retain Always Speak Welt or Your Town A great many town die not from ri- Â¬ valry of other towns or adverse surround ings bin from luck of public spirit and enterprise When a homo seeker visits a town and finds everything moving along with life aud hope lie becomes imbued with the same spirit aud is intltteuced to become a citizen of the town On tho other hand when he goes to a town and flnda it dull and lifeless and hears citi zens expressing apprehensions in regard to the future prosperity of the place ho naturally concludes that ho had better look elsmvhoro for a home If you wish to build up your town and make it nourish like a green bay tree you must work for it talk for It and go down into your pocket for it Encourage now enterprises aud stand by tho old ones He generous magnanimous hold fast to your town mm never let go Kentueklan Citlzen Â¬ Â¬ dress with It It daily Ayers Hair Vigor scalp euros humors and stimulates a new growth of hair cleanses tho Â¬ Dr Do Ayer 8s Co Lowell Mass Homo Institution J C dliaiuporltiln A Oli route Sores Ky and Sktu Ointment fckire Bigness With a FoverSores Eczema Itch Iniirtc Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles It is cooling und soothing Hundreds of caselmve been cured by it after all other treatment had failed It is put up it 2 and CO cent boxes For Bale by Kose octJyl Jones Tho Court of Appeals has decided In thecnWof the luehuiond uiau wlio was ranttncfd to tho penitentiary for a ypar1 fined SffOOtnml disfranchised that thia ptiiifilimcnt is not too creat for a person convicted of running a gambling liouo Tetter Salt Klieum Scald Head Old ckhtain euro for Chronic Eves THE CLAY CITY National banK I CLAY CITY KY Capital FLOYH PAY 50000 FRANK 11 Call on us Safe and sure to regulate the bowels Ayera Cathartic Pills never fall to give forget the fact that you can HatWactioH llecoinmemled by eminent j C8t writing pape r at this otlice sct liiyIifUMj m Cashier President No Hank la Eastern Kentucky has bettor vaults nor better facilities for keeping your uJinimt Miiolmi1 entirulv bvhomu iieonle Who know yon and who are aiwayji ready to aceomiodatOVou fiMoney p loan oi reaoniible rates lUTSSKIJi jTONT f This combined stallion will make tlie season of USW at 10 TO INiARF A LIN ING COLT mouev due when the mare foals is parted with or bred to another HAZEL GREEN KY horse with a lien on the colt until the sea son mouev is paid Jttt Uouole ami Mngie DKSCItllTION AND rKDIUIIKK of will be the This Saddle Horse ltis and Parties convey 10II IHST is 7 years old theJMh day of Cecil stallion He fromat Kzcl stablestlrst ami the one km for hire May IMW ll handshih a heautiful eluM ed to iiuv point on reason nut with star and white hind feetlieaiitiful third weeks of each month and at on able terms His power style and aetiou HenrvsCJlj miles west ot West Liberty of mane and tail Caney tho second and fourth weeks He wa sired by Senator fl l will also attend to nil calls for auc- are unsurpassed Dillard Ihiilley he by each mouth tioneering and solicit business of this kind Blackburn he b jnunNire of Phil Thoiup nKSCRUTIONAND PKD10UKK fohn Dillurd the ilesitectfullv Ae i v xa i iiav wun iiiuck non is seven Iriii- son record 12111 rne 11IIMIII IIMHUl Nl JOHN H NEK ATT inm i iim a ii L iii i Mreti oy Mitll iimis - ii ii with iiiuiiijipviivi iiiuii l- i tin dam was r In In vtl Forrest horse the sire of Mile VI s sirel bv the Phillips a si In- by Alex Jeans he bv Gen Tavlor e n 1 Also ut the same stables will be found the Vv 1MV y IU j elejjnntlv bred youni trotting Stallion clue 1orresthtoiiewnHslst damby inowiis Stonewall --M dam b Tom Ciowder id Jinn bv Halls Copperbottom ttli dam by Ola Who will serve a limited uuniber of up Fancv bv Old Hrown Pilot proved mines nt TKN DOLLARS TO IN- Good care will be taken of mares left witli srilK LIVING COLT on same terms as lis but we will not be responsible tor lUii above dents should auv occur DKSlMtllTION ANM tKIHHUKK CK IK te 1IKNK POST HOY J if was sired by Post Hoy West Liberty Kv record 22A he bv Magic sire of Cleuunie CURES HOTHIHG BUT PILES G JtlS Alice iStouer 22A Mvsterv -- d tc dam Mollio Kuierv sired bv Strnthiuorc Ls XX A SURE and CERTAIN CURE sire of Santa Clans J17 tucker 2W Cricket J 10 Adonis IP a Semicolon J 10 Known for 10 years as tho BEST Charles This combined voung Stallion will nitik REMEDY FOR PILES LOCI 9 Sister V --MSa Hummer MO Wilmore the present season of INK miles troiu Derby J10 Fatistino JiJii llonuie PrprlkjUIClUHD80MTA1fORUKn 10 ST J Mi Hlazcberrv -- 21 3 and a number of Hazel Green at the stable of Daid H b others in the 230 Ii t POST HOY Jit is at the low price of MAUriN a beautiful chestnut with no marks 7 ears Colt 6 to WITH old May loth I - l hand t ineheo biuh aud gives promise of being heard from in Money due when colt isjimled alive with D the future among trotters Any one who is a lieu on colt until season money is nab familiar with Sidners Post Hoy will readily TOM Civil will be I years old the lj WHOLESALE DRY OOODS recognise Post Hoy Jr dav of Miv He is lit hands hluli lint- nr NOTIONS WOOTH SHOES C And last but not least will be found at color and can show a three minute es1 the same stable the well known itnd highly He is also a tine saddle horse CATLFrrSllUllG KY fetlly appieciated JACK He was sired bv the well known PiW horns he bv the Phillips horse Hfl DINGKKIDKlt dam was bv lllaekbawk and she jiiili WITH TKN DOLLAltS mure bv Itav Utisslnger he by the Who will serve marcs at i TO INSCIfK A LIVING COLT on same horse a standard bred horso that htoaam of a has no Illinois The Prater horse was out terms as CO superior above described This Jack ebrated Virginia nuiie i M as a good breeder t n iiiii U una i Care will be taken to prevent accidents i 11 in is ii Limn niiiiiiiiiM but we will not be responsible should auv oc- lug himself a Hue breeder and hscmiiiam Importers and Jobbers of cur JT DAY CO larire good color and show line pialities tn i iiL ni lo iirivcnt arf1 GOODS AND NOTIONS All care DRY l CLAUENDOX tr I will not dents but should any Cor Limestone and Short sts D II IWVrcBpomdhlc Lkxinuton Ky April s INK Nfos C37 G3U aud M- lW II HOSWELL ruoiMiinroit celebrated -- West Alain Street There has been added an Annex with 20 lVrJylui tee po large well ventilnted rooms Street Cars LOUISVILLE KY pass the door every five minutes Located are sold at thU ollieo at 10 cent and the best pencil In town nl h npiw within twoMjuurcij ot depot Job printing cheap at this otlice Â¬ This combined voutii stallion will uiak the season of lSDJ at our staldcs in Hazel lireen Kv and will serve mares at TKN DOILAIW TO INSlMtK A LIVING CO II money due when the mure fouls with a lieu on colt until the mouev is paid or if the mare is parted with or bred to another horse the money is then due JOBBEST Record TONEWALL 1240 Â¬ Jbs 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TABLERS BUCKEYEOkC nil ii i C ry Ir uv 1 1 v- of - POST BOY JR rl b OINTMENT Tcom i Hit H CARPENTER Insure a Living GEN JOHN MORGAN lf J K0BINS0N Â¬ iji ti h7i TK tM