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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wl jpENCER COOPER S - Hazel Green Herald Ownor and Editor Of a Noisy World With News From All Nations LumbYing at His Bnok Sl00 A YEAR Always In Advance KICUIT1C YKAlt 4 ftfr4ft UAZEjgIIEESlTw - J FRIDAY JULY 15 1S92 NUMBER 17 Â¬ d ie it if t rt r iu v irr el el- - In UHl ett Four years ago these around their firesides ovor which want Service grounds conspicuous in their op and starvation hover becauso they reftiso gentlemen were to submit to a reduction of from 20 to position to Cleveland llY TIIOMK l KA8TKKIING 40 per cent they may have amplo tlmo Ive promised myself that Ill wander back THE FISH PROTECTOR to conclude that after all the Republican After a weary roam Th Full Trst of the lllll Thnt llus ln party riuI Republican doctrlno are not mI the General Assembly Hack to the hllW and meadows the truest and safest defenders of tho in Hack to the old home Uo it enacted etc That it shall bo forests of tho worklngman This coming unlawful for any person or perwnia to The place of my birth and childhood election will produce eomo changes wldcli place construct or erect any milldnm or Scene of my boyhood days may lead to better and brighter day for The home of my content and happiness obstruction across any of the running tho sons of toll It will at least givo Those halcyon stunner d vs watera of the Slate unless tho builders them a chnnco to learn the insincere of said milldnm or obstruction nhall erect Ill ramble oer the hills and meadows shallowness of Republican pledges and As I did In times of yore or cause to bo erected and continued promises Louisville Post And think of the change for the better suitable lishwnys to enable fish to pass And the frivud on the other shore FIGURING ON THE RESULT over said dams and obstructions and 1 have indeed wended my footstep back the Countv courts of tho Commonwealth Some Vorj Quer Iteinult rrugtiustluftttMl IN TI1K To the threshold of that home shall not grant hereafter permission to The Louisville Post thus figures on My heart is tired of its longing across any the possibilities of tho Presidential elec erect milldamsor obstructions My feet are sore from my roam of the running witters of the State with- tion Figuring upon tho result of tho And as stand in Itn sunlit threshold out requiring tho persons applying there- Â¬ electoral voto tho coming contest brings Rapt in memories of past years fore to provide such ordinary and reason Â¬ out snmo queer results It leaves tho I see a hcnrtlittouc circle unbroken able Hallways as said County court shall contingency of tho election being thrown And a dearth of sorrows tears approve into the House almost a probability If in the nominees of tho Omaha convention my mind every deed and action recall to Tho County courts of the counties And the changes that I have seen which any dam or obstruction now exist carry any States at all it is highly probMy fruitful hopes and the many ventures are hereby directed if practicable with- Â¬ able that the House will bo called upon And those that might have been in six months after the passago of this to decide the Presidency It may bo And as I move in thought and retleetlon act to have erected suitable fishways to called upon to decido it becauso Clove On the years that have swiftly tlown enable fish to paw over said ftshways to land and Harrison receive a tie vote I wonder with a doubtful resigned expect be erected by the owners of said dams For instance if all the States that ancy and unproved by the various County voted for Cleveland in 88 voto for him Shall wo reap as wo have sown courts of the counties in which they are now and he receives tho voto of Mon Â¬ Standing there I awaken from my reverie located tana ho will have 178 electoral votes if And return to the stern reality This is not a capacity That it shall be unlawful for nny per- Â¬ all the States that voted for Harrison in Every Department Overflowing to its utmost Realizing that my thoughts are fancys son or persons to use or have located iu 88 again support him except Michigan catch pcnnv jrnle of any kind hut pood honest values iffid qualities dreaming During the coming week we will display full at fair prices any of the running watera of this State which it is said will bo split and the il My childhood days are in eternity il lines of Men and Hoys nothing representing the lead nny wing net gill or trammel net seine Republican now States ho will havo 201 Let ns return from the laud of reflection ing and hot manufacturers in the United States and rock fishing gigging or brushdrag and electoral votes Add to theso tho divi- Â¬ And look forward to futuro life Wu will forfeit our reputation of thirty Europe nevWe have Life indeed holds out grand inducements any person or persons who shall catch or sions of Michigans voto according to years standing in Ixinuton er failed to keep our promises heretofore To those who climb fames heights take fish in such waters with any such districts Democratic 8 Republican 6 be vivid Hut my mcmry of the past shall contrivance heretofore named shall bo and the result is Cleveland 180 Harrison l That we will soil you the best Mens Suit at 5 Pregnant with the events of years guiltv of a misdemeanor and on convic- 207 This leaves Indiana with 16 votes And with a Providence to control me If That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 10 tion thereof before any court of compe- nnd Now York with 80 aa the Iwttlo For the futuro I have no fears best Mens Suit at lo tent jurisdiction Hhall be fined not less grounds Harrison can win by carrying That we will sell tou the My visil to the old home those pleasant than 10 nor moro than -- 5 for each of- Now York but Cleveland must carry That we will sell you the best M en V Suit at 20 hours fense and in caso of failure to pay such both States to win If however Clovo That we will sell you the best Mens Suit Is lng since past and oer fine nnd cost of prosecution said person laud should carry New York and Harri I have returned to the monotony of the city or persons shall be confined in the coun- son should carry Indiana a posslblo r- Â¬ TAILORING Those happy days are no more 1 OUR DEPARTMENTS MERCHANT jail or work house or worked on the esultthe vote would bo a tio and each Sitting dreaming and longing for that haven ty United States Our Cutters ami work men are nrsi Is the finest in the streeta or county roads of the county for candidate would havo 222 votes If on And looking farjwav into space niM rtism We are doing the largest business we have ever done h length of time not exceeding one day the other hand several States that voted 1 seem to hear the forest birds singing Come and make your selections early for Harrison iu 88 fail to support him for every 2 of said fine In that far oft country place shall again and several States that voted for That nny person or persons who A IMnln Nonsltile Doeument place or cause to be placed in any of the Clovcland fail to support him tho result The Democratic platform is explicit waters of this State any drug injurious will bo badly mixed up If Colorado It on every important question which is substance medicated bait or any dyna Kansas Nevada Idaho and North Caro- Â¬ engaging the attention of the public It mite or explosive agent with intent lina vote for the nominee of tho Omaha tty i T T I T C t There is thereby to injure poison or catch fish convention no candidate will receive is a statesman like document LEADING nothing sectional about it It is clear or shall shoot fish during tho spawning enough votes to elect unless Clovcland It in its demand for u tariff for revenue season shall be guilty of a misdemeanor should carry both Indiana and New KENTUCKY The ex Â¬ and on conviction thereof shall be fined York If West Virginia and North Car only and for free government pression upon these two important issues 25 for each ollbnse and the cost of pros- olina should both desert tho Democratic would of themselves constitute a good ecution and on failure to pay said fine column then tho result would go into platform upon which every citizen who and cost shall bo confined in the county tho IIouso even though Cleveland car- Â¬ favors an honest and economical govern jail or work house or worked on tho ried both doubtful States in tho North ment and home rule can stand Ah to streets and county roads for a length of Taken nltogeshor Micro aro infinite tariff reform it says one day for every 2 combination of figures that may bo timo not exceeding Lm We tfenntinee Republican protection as LVrm tinlTlfl fik made out of the coming race There aro V- of said fine MUI UIJC JO a robbery of the great majority of Bunch -- a fraud any person finding any wing set moro elements of uncertainty than over That a largo every known remedy 1 removed year old Ally -- the American people for the henelit of a from ft 3 of two years sUndlng of gill or trammel net or other contrivance before There is moro chnnco for a fail- lew We declare It to be a fundaiMcntal wltli throe applications of the ure of any candidato to receive a major- Â¬ principle of the Democratic party that the in any of tho running waters Iederal Government has no constitutional Stule put there for tho unlawful catch ity of votes than ever before It will bo used or hirl S power to impose and collect tariff duties ing of fish shall have tho right to destroy a fight all along tho line and it will be a ltlsthetwstproparatlon I have everHorsemen except for the purpose of revenue only the same pretty fight and n clean fight of 1 heartily recommend It to all m And we demand that the collection of such ettimontalM tho Circuit courts of the respectThat Hiiro of the Hollil Houtll We have hundreds c J such taxes shall be limited to the necessities of ive counties of the State and any Justice So far as tho South is concerned thoro La If Hm bVI 9l Uoen not Weep rriceSl30 the Government when honestly and eeonom- - of tho Reace of tho county wherein any I k is no reason why Mr Cleveland should N x ieallv administered CO Whitehall W 11 F IIY mUDKMAIlK of tho offenses herein enumerated are not receive the hearty and cuthusiaatio The platform is none the less explicit committed shall have jusisdiction to in support of ovory Democrat To put the on the subject of Federal interference dict issue warrant try and punish such matter iu its most selfish shape It is a with the election system These words i offenders choice between Mr Cleveland and tho can not Ik misunderstood and ought to That all fines collected for violation of For co bill a choico between a clean an sink deep into tlio henrtH of the any of tho provisions of this act shall bo honest and an cconamical Democratic AT THE Hople without geographical location paid into the treasury of tho county In Administration and a Republican Ad Â¬ who oppose the declared purpose of the which said fines are imposed ministration pledged to Forco bill legis Â¬ Federal Government to uuliverl the con That It shall le tho duty of tho Judge lation and to all forms of extravagauce stitutional powers of the States in all Circuit courts of tho rcspeetiyo It is a choice between tho party that has We warn the people of a common councounties of this Suite to give tills act oppressed and tried to humiliate tho No try Jealous for the preservation of their free policy of Federal con specially in charge to each grand jury of South sinco tho war and tho party thnt Break fast from B A M Institutions that the Regular Meals 25 Cents Meals to Order at All Hours has intorKsed its power and influcnco trol or elections to which the Republican said court to A M from ft P M to Or M Ojh M 3 from 10 A M to That this act shall not be construed to iu opposition to sectionalism The South party has committed itself Is fraught with M to u Umb Fries Fish Chickens and Quails a specialty Open from A the gravest dangers scarcely les momen prevent any person using minnow seines will voto for Clovcland Atlanta Con Â¬ Proprietor rM LUICART tous than would result from a revolution to catch minnows for ball or trot lines stitution CUS practically establishing monarchy on the or pile and lino to catch fish nor shall Ho Will Win niul Why 1I Will It strikes at the ruins or the republic it nimlv to uiiv dams over which the II 0 J ON KS IJut apart from carrying New York J0HN M ROSK North as well as the Houth and injures the State has no control Mr Clovcland will bring into the Demo- Â¬ than the whites colored citircmt even more That all acts or parts of acts heretofore cratic column other States which have Georgetown Times passed in conflict with this act are here not for many years contributed their Flopping vr For MkvoIiiihI by repealed electoral voes to tho Democratic cause DEALERS IN An Indianapolis dispatch says that Ho will win in Massachusetts for tho lletter uy ore Coming something of n surprise has been caused When theMcKiuloy bill wits passed ReÂ¬ reason ho will win In Now York He in local Republican circles over the dis and statesmen filled the will win in Illinois and Wisconsin not affection of Hon Lucius II Swift and A publican orators KENTUCKY HAZEL GREEN land with their declarations that the only becauso of his personal strength McKalnof that city mm nun D ess strength of that plank In the rry noomploto line of Dry Goods Notions of Richmond Ind who worklnguicns wages wore secured and and tho Medi- - Dudley Foulke advanced and platform which declares for a tariff for would get an nts Pa tent have placed themselve on record iu the that they Gents Clothing Boots Shoe CAME t pneth New York Evening Font as favoring the not a decreased price for their labor iu revenue alone but because of that other Saddles Harness eM and sell 1 OR pronunciauiento All gootis election of Cleveland Mr McKain the years to come There are now 100 most Democratic says that the Statesof the ilVCMl War tiim v mii in HilZC idle ihey platform which t urrinii has deceived the UMK men iu the iron trade of leisure not intcrfero with parental rightsshall iiMiii and KUtiraiMood as represented or money refunded now an abuudiiiico coplo on his promised revision of tlie will have the right of conscience In the education- of r r avr tariff while Mr Swift and Mr Foulke to contemplate tho delusions they their I of children Nashville American CHEAiLYand sit Civil Republican friends and as Send your order will vote for Cleveland purely upon JUGS vy vv s Written for Tin Hriuin A VISIT TO THE OLD HOME The Greatest Effort OF I hbyev Louis KQWALBO 0-f History Lexington -- Â¬ 1 Gus Straus 1 Â¬ pIMwCffll i M Â¬ II Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ at2o Â¬ u m m L i tttt -- CLOTlIIKKSaml LEXINGTON C STRAUS iaJi -- iaiuuixo Â¬ lin I I Â¬ QUIKNS OINTMENT I pcrhMl1 Â¬ I Â¬ CTIAWB 12 W JfIFilmm iJ0JFM r ts j English Kitehen Short Street 1 Â¬ Lexington Ky Â¬ lior ipr Â¬ -- fcOSU H W mAh HONES wmomjimm Lades Â¬ Â¬ 1 cr PRINTING CUTED AT THIS OFFICE neatly raojinw Hazel Grcou Herald SlKKOCtt COOPKJt Publisher II 7sHL the farmer go back mow Shall aakccl His oorapanlon assented and thoy began to retrace their steps Michael silently making tin his mind to shorten WB13N KV TRUE WORTH WINS you nrn dolnp Xlut Ik9 way that you do It ray friend Kot tbo course but the woy of pursuing Of which your nucceca depend It Isnt the thtnp or the Challoeks that evening and it seemed to Itslthorpc that his guest did notcaro to hear much of old friends and neighbors They talked politics and Tla not the nong we call clever discussed business matters until it was Dut tbo rcBilcrlair well of the notes time to retire for the night And then Tho music of nightingale never Michael with some slight awkward Â¬ Itlnc true Irom the mocklng blrdn throat ness remarked that he must return to It Isnt tbo word thnt you upenh friend nut the umllo or the frown that you wear town to morrow 1 thought we should keep you here a That lightens a cross for the weak friend Or nnkcB It harder to bear week at least said the farmer In a surprised tone TI not life but the motlro for living A week Xo no IJelthorpe I Can graco to cxLstcnco impart Not tho gift con lend worth to tho giving cant allow myself such a long holiday Dut the love that lies deep In tbo heart Mrs Chase Is nervous about my health and I must go back to morrow Somo own it kings crown icmo an acre Well Chase you really do look as And be tho superior man If you had been neglecting yourself Whc true to himself and his Maker la doing tho hent that ho can My wife would be nervous enough If I LIIHo Sheldon In Housekeeper looked as ypw do Helthorpe said kind- Â¬ ly Perhaps you can persuade Mrs Chase to come with you into the coun- Â¬ try We shall go to the seaside later on swjSy11 l V iiT Michael answered with a preoccupied MJmJFsA HiiSrfTanXTUiTr I have been thinking about Ann air Crake he added putting his hand in SafijPouDwsY his pocket Will you give her this lj tjt v from me Helthorpe And tell her that I shall not forget her in the fu- Â¬ CHAPTER XVIII CoxTisrnD 1 Mrs Helthorpe dont forget the ture laid five He pound note on the table a poor sad tho woman gratefully They walked on in stleneo for a fow and went quickly out of tho room BUNK DOWN UlON Tlin llOOtt That sudden encounter with Aaron paces and then Michael ashed what Jiad changed Ann Crake from a strong had set him quivering with annoyance bewildered by the opiate he was slow and pain He had come here tor peace in realizing his datiger but he made a woman into a cripple Â¬ and the Rheumatic fever lieltliorpe replied pressed flash in Aarons eyes had ex strong effort and groped his way to wrath and bitter contempt If the door gasping for breath She is a jjood creature and fruts sorely lie had been the man he once was He had locked the door and the lock over her uselessness Michael would have given only n scorn- Â¬ was a very old one Wildly ho turned Michael remembered that Ann Crako ful had befriended a certain motherless he thought to his old companion but the key round and round but the door had changed greatly and all his remained fast closed and the room was boy and mended his tattered clothes coolness wan gone Ill health and Mrs growing hotter every moment He when his drunken father neglected him Tho boy had grown up and fot Chases temper had deprived him of would try to escape by the window on well in the world but it had never that self assurance which had helped Only it was impossible to breathe much many obstacles lie longer in this dreadful atmosphere and occurred to him to wonder how Ann him to overcome was faring The man who forgets God was smitten and worn ins nerves were when he tried to call for help his voice forgets everything elso that is worth out of order and he found himself failed and died away in a whisper It was a cruel fate to perish in this remembering He wassorry nowthatho longing foolishly for some tender voice had never done anything for this friend to soothe him in his loneliness to night way friendless and alone There was The crowned head more fiendish than no more strength left in him now death of old times It was the first sign of ever by candlelight attracted his eyes was coming fast and now that it was softening the first touch of humanity that he had known in all there hurry Â¬ he almost fancied that it smiled a really near he knew that he wanted to wicked smile of subtle meaning and go on livintr A little while atro life ing years Turning a corner of the road they turned away from it with disgust had not seemed a very desirable thine came in sight of tho old inn anil There seemed to bo no chance for rest but now it was precious and sweet full Michaels memory woke up again lie for him He was miserably wakefui of new possibilities and hopes Per- aw the motherless boy led in through and yet aching with weariness from haps if it had not been for this awful it that dark door by another boy of his head to foot There was no help for al- Â¬ fate he might have begun to live a new life brightene with chanties and bet-Â¬ own age ntitl recalled tho little room ho must take a sleeping draught though he knew that it was not it wise ter purposes He might have redeemed with the low ceiling where a bright fire crackled merrily on winter days and a thing to do lie had had recourse to the time if time had been granted Hut it would be all over soon him comfortable meal awaited tho hungry these draughts often of late He had sunk down upon the floor After he had swallowed the opiate he went to the window and threw it open and lay there helpless and scarce The air was sweet and cold and seemed conscious when a loud voice suddenly I TlM tmmTi s fl 93 T3 i to revive him He let it blow in upon made its way to his dulled ears MM his hot face and then threw himself there was a great crashing of Lrlass half undressed on the bed He meant and a figure leaped into tL room to lie there thinking for a few minutes Out of the burning room into the before he closed the window and put windy night and the clear starlight he out the light Kven now he was not was carried by linn arms There was sure of getting any sleep the draughts just enough intelligence left in him to M had failed sometimes to produce tho make him cling to his deliverer and v desired e licet And to night he was so vaguely comprehend that he must restless and wide awake that it seemed hold fast while they went down a ladas If nothing on earth could lull him der Somehow the descent was accom- Â¬ plished i safety and then Michael into oblivion As he lay there gazing out at the found himself on a heap of straw in the star sown night he felt that ho would farmyard and heard a great clamor andJ If fin huvt given much to have seen the faces snouting around him The clamor ceased he saw and heard of his old friends looking kindly on him again He had gained so many desira- Â¬ nothing more till he woke at length ble things that it was absurd to lie hero from a long spell of unconsciousness pining for a little friendliness from com- Â¬ Ho was no longer in that ill omened mon people Ouly there are moments room with the vailted roof but in a even In successful lives when nothing homely chamber of larger size with a rnn man oavk IIIM ONK BTKADY IUIUC seems so precious as those poor treas- low ceiling Some ono had been bath- Â¬ ures that we laughed at and threw ing IiIb face and when he tried to lift LOOK his hand to his head he found that the HK OHABlFn AAHONS if AND IN SIIENCK awsy long ago 3ad whose home lardor was too often How happy that pair hnd looked as trembling fingers were too feeble to and absent that night and looked very empty A few weeks ngo he would they stood side by side watching the be of uny use An elderly woman came ill Poor fellow tho doctor says he ltavc beun ashamed of these humble flow of the water Vet it was only n gently to the bedside and spoke in a will get better but recollections but Illness and weariness very commou kind of joy that they were kindly tone that he seemed to remem- Â¬ Hut what Aaron asked had surely made him more tender- - feeling and It might have been M- ber Mrs Hooper thinks that he will not hearted and again ho felt a pang Af ichaels too He had held it in his prasp Lie still she said you must use live man months He has had a terter ull It would have been well If he am tossed It from him it was gone for my bauds till you get stronger rible sHock and he was a worn out had uent Aaron tit the works nml t ever and ho had only just begun to re It was Mrs Hooper who wns nursing man before this disaster happened spared u fow minutes somctlmcH to talk alize its true value hat had he gained him and he was lying In the best bed- Â¬ Poor Michael of old days Hut no it was best thut in exchauge Shreds of Interest given room of the old Inn The slow hours For three weeks Michael was nursed Aaron should be sent away It would sparingly by a woman who had never dragged along at a sluggish pace he hv his old frionds and great was their Stave been Impossible to retain tho old loved nor been loved barren glittering could only obey the kind mandate and surprise that Mrs Chase did not come friendship uud tve up the old love days whose monotony was only broken i lie still for he was too weak to move from London Hut Michael had begged Ho had chosen tho short cut to for- Â¬ by Mrs Chases frantic efforts to get i and even thinking was almost beyond them to make as light of his illness as tune and It hwl led him through mire into society his powers Yet ho felt himself sur-- possible when they wrote to his wife and thorns as short cuts generally do ho thought of those frantic efforts i rounded by friends and now and then and they soon saw that he did not do s Ah for Olive ho would not think of her j he laughed with sudden scorn of her a sense ot gratitude would struggle sire her presence She was not used to this evening His head was too tired to and of himself He was beginning to through the dull calm So days went country ways he explained and was Iwar this load of memories Tho past know somethlnir uliout them now on and he lay In the humble village inn something of an invalid herself was gone Ho would do something for those disappointed women who havo in helplessness and weary peace He had a brief interview with Aarn Jnn Crake and look up somo of the climbed a little way up the social While he was lying there things were just before ho left Kastincon Very poorest villagers before ho loft tho ladder and then stuck fast Ho had going on much as usual in Hastineon Uttlo was said on either side Michael place but lover aud frlpnd must bo scon their frenzy when some other and every one in tho place was ac- Â¬ tried to utter some words of gratitude put far from him for over woman poorer but more attractive quainted with the story of his rescue but he was still too weak to bear much The clear evening skv smiled over- - had glided gracefully past them and from tho burning room That Is they After ono or two attempts to speak ho licud tho llttlo Moon gurgled along un- - taken up her position above their heads know tho outlines of the story but only grasped Aarons hand in sileneo and dcrtlio very walls of the old inn thcro How pitiable this small ambition seemed Jane Challock and Mrs Hooper knew turned away They never met again tvns tho same moss growu bridge with to him nt this moment when ho was all that Aaron could tell And It was TO UK CONTINlKl j small ferns feathering out of tho brick- Â¬ weak and lonely Tho simple wifely Aaron who had saved Michaels life ltovcmliiR tho Itei utar Thing work and a man and a girl wero stand love tho clinging hands of llttlo chil- Â¬ Jone ho said I cant tell jou how So j ou are married I Passmorc ingtoguthorlookiug down Into thowlft dren tho sacred sweetness of a home I lmted lilra when ho eamo upon us on hear water Thoy raised tholr heads us wero blessings that tlw successful man tho bridge I had wanted to meet him Hippie Yes 2Uchiul and tho farmer approached was never to know face to face and I had my will I The girl gaved at Michael for it sea Sleep came upon htm unawares thought of all his baseness to the poor I Gone to live with tho girls parents suppose ad or two then started and turned long sought It kept far from him hut girl In London and If yon had not been No they hafu come to live with Anarply away with flushed cheeks Tho when ho had given up all hopo of rest by my side 1 think I should havo struck Epoch me man gave him ono steady dark look and a deep slumber fell upon his houses him then and there Â¬ Thank God I was with you Aaron tarncd also And then Ilelthorpo sud- and ho lay still and unconscious with lUd Notletil It denly rcincmlrorcd that Michael had tho night air blowing on his faco Tho Jano whlspeicd Mr Nlccfellovr Did yon ever notrce oe been Ollvo Wlnllolds promised wind was rising hut ho folt It not Yes thank God you nro nlways with what sunny hair Miss Hcauti has husband It was no wonder that Jnno Then a stronger puff caught tho muslin me A good woman softens a man una- Â¬ Ily tho way did you Rival Often Ckallock ami Aaron Fenlake should window curtain and flouted it perilously wares When wo wero walking to- Â¬ notice what a fiery red sunset we had diaUka Xlut kUrht ol bitiL Bear tiie flamo of the candle which waa gether in tho twilight aud you were last nfili N Y Weakly 1 There arc prlxci In crcry vocation Ami ho U the fortunate nan Whu frctn not becatto of hi station Hut does J Jsl the beat that ha can He has come here to manage old mill Helthorpe replied And he is to be married to Jane Chnl lock in tho summer I am told No more was said about the Fcnlakcs thought of seeing Aaron here I fancied that young Fenlako was In London he said after it pause Uartlctts his stay in Uastmcon do had not burning on tho toilet table Hut he not wake No he did not wake but his dreams He had wronged Aaron were terrible Fenlake it was true but surely Aaron had taken a cruel wnj to avenge his wrongs And Jane and Olive too they had ever been soft and merciful in tho old dnys but now they wero helping Aaron to hold him fast on the bridge And It was not the Meon that was run- Â¬ ning along at their feet but a river of burning lava red and horrible Ho was choking with lt dense fumes he could feel Its fearful heat but yet they would not let him go There was no escape they were bent on his destruc Â¬ tion and he could not oven And voice to uttera faint cry Ono more strug- Â¬ gle n wild start and he awoke at last The room was full of smoke The little chamber had become as hot as an oven and now and then a flame darted out of the thick cloud Faint and still rrtlll Aid If I i i i i m ready to curse thau to bless a tcrrlblo bad sign lane True Aaron she said gravely And then when I was left alone for tho night couldnt rest for thinking of my badness and from that I fell to calling back old times I didnt go to bed I just paced up and down my room till I seemed to see Michaels face ex Â¬ actly as It used to be What a bright fresh colored lad he wasl Always full of hopes and plans and always ready to cheer me up when I was down Â¬ hearted And after that old vision of him lane I saw him again as he Is now the poor puny man who wont live out half his days Instead of hat- Â¬ ing him Instead of wanting to hurt him I was broken down at once with a great pity It wasnt Olives life that lie had blighted no nor mine it was his own life that ho had spoiled and laid waste lane looked up at her lover with tears in her eyes They were ro happ these two simple persons and they knew that no life can be complete if it has missed such happiness as their own The pity grow and grew Aaron continued till I could not stay in the I house wanted to be out under the stars and ask Heaven to forgive me for When I am upset alni3 blindness ways go into the open air I never lost the habit even in London though it was little I could see of the stars there Hut here in the country the wide sky is always waiting overhead to help a man aud so slipped gently down Â¬ stairs and then my feet seemed to be drawn along to the courthouse I got to the farmyard gate and stood leaning on it and thinking thinking Then I smelt lire and suddenly saw a cloud of smoke coming from one of the upper windows and jumped over the gale and ran and hammered hard on the front door Hut something seemed to warnmc that no time must be lost I knew that there was a ladder in one of the outbuildings and I dragged it out and plnntc it under that smoking window You know how it all ended climbed the ladder and found lane the room lilled with smoke and flames I shouted but no answer came save a faint groan Aud I sprang in and found Michael stretched upon the floor The girl was trembling as she clung to his arm She had loved him dearly al- ways but his deed of daring had given him a new dignity in her eyes And ho had been in danger ami she might have lost him There is very little harm done to I the house she said after a pause went in to day and saw the room The furniture is burnt and the walls are blackened but the lire was soon put out Michael had fallen asleep it seems leaving the window open uikI the candle burning on the dressing table Mrs Helthorpe says that he seemed strange Â¬ I 1 IIcmth TliU talking l your qnlet role 1 bcgnB to Wo offer One Hundred Hcllars Reworu feci that he hadnt done mo any great for anr ttuarrh that harm after all And then I remem cured by rnso ifCatarrh Care can not b HuIIh bered Olives words about forgiveness I J CiiKMir A Co Props Toledo O Wo the luulersipiod lmo known F J and a sort of shame stirred hi me Its a bad sign when ones hcurt Is moro Cheney for the last IS yeais nml hcllovo hint perfectly liomirnlile m Â¬ HimsiictioiM iind llnunciidlv tihlo to carry o it uu obligations Hindu by their firm Went A Tiinix Wliiilcniiln PniKUi tn To ledn O Widilins Kimina A Marvin Wh doiilolniKtlM Toledo Ohio Hall hCumii iIi are in taken Intnrnnlly noUiijrdinvlly upon the blmul mid mucous Kiirimun in mo svsicni rnee 7Jh xr hot lie Sold by all druuvst Tonliuiumulr free all buauosj Tun five oclock tea in the grub tlmt tho buliortly of lashiun Kuto Fields U ashingtoii ninUcn A Tccnrr of AnpuUh Tho rliouinntif taint tiatisniiitod from pniont to rluld is indeed n legacy of goMi Moi envoi trilling r iiimc- biicIi an Sitting 111 a lltilltht tlin iiniwl fi mi i nr i chumo lamp clothing remlilv develop it w lietnor rheumatism ho hereditary or con traeted by exposure liostolteis Slomnch Millers is iho surest dopureiit Tor oxpelllng the virus fniia tho blood uud for preventing ho later encroachments of tho dlsenno Kiiall potent is It n arresting malarious blliuub and Kidney trouble and comulputlon - I yune nbl Tar Hotnnn augur in bin day wan proh the biggest bore lu the world Pica- Â¬ Cuii You rind Word Therein a 1 inch rimphiv advertisement in thin pupcr this week which ban no two words aliUc except one word The name is li ue nf i iicli new one appearing each week from The Hurler Medicine Co This limine i laces u t rescum mi everything thi inuc ami publish I oo - for li send them the iiume ot the word ami they will return yo i buok bcauiilttl hihogniphs or samples Itoo lit- Tho Only Inr Krrr Prlntcd lr Tun man who wan never overtaken by fear inns have been a mighty fast trav clcr Columbus Post A Child Ihijoyn The pleasant flavor gcntlenotliin nnd sooth ing ell cot of Svi up of Kigx when In need of a livauvc uud if the father or mother bo m no or hilioiin the most gratifying re piilis follow its use sn in it li is the best laotilv reined v noun uud every laiuily should h iv o a bottle Â¬ I I own loruiuc Mwln not merely the architect of dis but ho must lay tho biieas von himscll iug lieivlmms Ir luo it me troubled with mabiria tako Pills A positive specilic noih tii coiil a bow a siand it 1 of i ho woods WwrKP liar for the nccit i iih Hams Horn In pnhlihrd nt ndtun ipilis Indiana at tdil pur jr -- Iti V Ts s Hit ins the woi ul tlie iuipui unions tramp They all Testify rn rvwwrer jAe IWJvpVi v3 tmns Fnni wy - tM lire To tho Efficacy World Renowned f tf i l l yLrTPa aim ruch lulocsnot PoUenn outwardly ntMrlicd or ttw result of lo diseases from within nil J told totliU pott nt tun pimple rcriisly It li nn uneoualeit tODlcliullil3uptlieol in i feollei urtnll ilU ofc rrlslriK from Jinpuro Mood or weakened TliuUCy In ml loru l calLe KisnilnotUu proof thn 0 depend tolcly iT pbJ iloIanaEklll Turro li nooulilootl byW JpiJ00Vr Immediately ttJJwa E0 ij fa Ui oEV a5 A i ascahlntieelceptlcnlnnJ ttrnnU ivmtvirfrotu ttiofleorgla Uuit ileldj bu m stnps SOnef rlh lode nmlpixlc ft M4 Specife nli ttmrt cricllcite Book on Uicod nnJ Sfclu Dsea cd mailed fre Â¬ STVIFT SPECIFIC lrtilTist Sell It 3 CO yj w a Drawer Atlanta Ga Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- of the Superior Georgia thinks enough of German Syrup to scud us voluntarily a strong letter endorsing- it When men of rank aud education thus use aud recommend an article what they say is worth the attention of the public It is above suspicion I have used your German Syrup he says for my Coughs and Colds on the Throat and Lungs I can recommend it for them as a first class medicine Take no substitute B Court Judge J German Syrup Walker county Hiil Â¬ BUNTING When you buy Flags you want the best Government Standard is he best I he largest Hag dealers in the U S are G W SIMMONS S CO Oak Hall Boston Mass Dealers in Military Uniforms Write for a Flag Catalogue j I I -- FLAGS TRACTION AND PORTABLE RUMELY NGINES M Write for Uhutralcd Catalogue nulled Free RUMELY CO LA PORTE IND Threshers and Horse Powers ffAicfBliK PAPER HanoFrs mwrt Itnr I tih rrmini tV4 Cbtip VI rpc r In tho 1VM UttAKNXfcS CUCUtuM a NOT TOO OLEAN Onrtlonnblc MuthoiW of tlm Prnrnt Ad mlnUtrntlnn our contemporaries with a Some of feeling that It Is easy to pardon anil natural to entertain nre congratulating themselves that by the nomination of Messrs Harrison and Cleveland by their respective parties the country will escape all scandal In tho presiden- Â¬ tial canvash and the press will oe able to devote Itself exclusively to the dis Â¬ cussion of the economic question put in issue This Is true however only to It can hardly be said to be a degree wholly true So fur as Mr Cleveland there- can of course be Is concerned no questiou raised of a personal character So far as concerns Mr Harri- Â¬ son no one will throw any doubt on his private life or accuse him of having made improper gains in his great office or hesitate to acknowledge his lldellty to a high standard of public conduct In certain departments of his administra- Â¬ tion Hut in the anxiety which every decent journalist feels to avoid every- Â¬ thing like unnecessary personality and to carry on political discussions as a gentleman with gentlemen there will be a temptation to ignore certain chapters in Mr Harrisons public career that are not agreeable but are important Of these the appointment of Mr Wana inalcer is one the management of the pension bureau is another the manage ment of the census bureau a third and some things in tho work of the laud of- Â¬ fice the fourth and in some respects the most important It cannot be desirable for the good government of the country or for the preservation of public morals that these questions shall be overlooked or that the voters shall be allowed to thiuk that they arc of no consequence Mr Wnnnmnkers appointment was the first in the history of the government that could reasonably be believed to have been obtained by raising large mums of money for the election of the president making it The strong evi dence that this was the case has never been refuted It has never been seri ously questioned and Mr Waunmakor himself who is the only man who could have disproved the charge has never successfully essayed to do so The of fense against the people is aggravated in this instance by the notorious corruption attending the disbursement of the fund raised by Mr Wanamaker That indeed made the situation of the postmaster general one that would have been intolerable to any honorable man It lay in the power of Mr Wan- anuiker If he were Innocent of knowl edge as to his corruption to show that he was so lie not only failed to do that but he allowed himself to be deprived of that power without protest by the destruction of the records of the committee into whose hands his contributions had gone These facts con stitute a ease that the general body of voters will have to consider It would be a great misfortune if thev should not Of the other matters to which we have referred one at least will be made clear by the investigations of the house The pension bureau and its amazing commissioner are now undergoing in- quiry More than enough has already been elicited to show that Paums con duct has been of a kind that Mr Harri son should not have tolerated lie has been proved to have put himself under pecuniary obligations to one of the most active and powerful of the pension attorneys who on his part has re ceived exceptional favors from the bureau This is only a specimen of the ways in which he has prostituted his otlice To the president who is at once a lawyer a veteran of the war for the union and the highest otlicial in the land the nature of such conduct on the part of a man intrusted with the adjoin istratlon df the pension otllce cannot hul be clear It is inexplicable that lie should have permitted it without a consideration and the consideration can not have been a worthy one As to the census bureau we regret that the chances now seem to be that its unprincipled rhief will escape otlicial exposure through the favors that he has granted to democratic congressmen As to the land ofiicc there is also a curious blindness or silence in Washington The facts are not obscure and emild readily be got at Whether that be obtained or not it Is plain that there is enough in the history of the Harrison administration to compel the attention of those who believe that pure government is preferable even to a tranquil presiden- Â¬ tial canvass and who recognizo the duty of securing the former at the risk of interrupting the hitter NY Times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I it priate 5370000 phis the dutv making a total of 403000 That is according to Ilced the government as the pur-Â¬ chaser of lighthouse supplies through its board must pay out an extra 13 000 because of its present adherence to protection In making this motion Mr Heed forgot the republican theory that the foreigner pays all protective duties If such were the case the mere fact of striking out that part of the bill which allowed the needed article to be Imported free of duty would afford no reason for Increasing the appropriation by tho amount required for the pay Â¬ ment of such duty In this case tho government Is the consumer nnd itwns sought to Increase an appropriation over ten per cent in order to meet the extra cost imposed by the tariff Yet on the stump this same Mr Heed and his associates In a great political con fidence game will tell the people that the tariff is not u tax The fact that he has let slip the truth will not restrain the campaign He Detroit Free Press Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DIGGER INDIAN SURGERY The Mrlmtlllr Manner In Which They Sol a Urnkcn Leg The poor Digger Indians of California ate among the lowest tribes of America who prior to emigration there In 1840 lived upon spontaneous production such as they could kill with bow and arrow and grasshoppers which I have seen there which they captured by hun dreds of bushels at u single capture During my travels there from saw mill to saw mill when I lltted nnd Inserted my saw teeth in circular sawn at the mills I met with gentlemen who related curious incidents of these DigÂ¬ AGRICULTURALHINTS SUCCELLAR DAIRY MAKING SOLID WALK The Material Kmployril Hhewlrt lie In NuccoMlve Lftjrcr ll Â¬ Never Mi tt Shotting If one question the truth of the state ment that there are more doubtful states this year than ever before and that the democracy will make the bat tle to carry more states this year than ever before he need but compare pres ent conditions with those preceding the election of 1SS3 to have his doubts removed llve states Illinois Iowa Massachusetts Michigan and Wiscon sin will sutllce for purposes of compar- Â¬ ison In 1SSS the republicans had every ren son to believe that they would carry the state of Illinois At the previous election of lSstt they had carried the state by nearly aOOOO and a normal re- Â¬ publican majority was to be expected in the presidential year This year they have no such grounds for confidence At the last state election hi 18JO the llnoit u Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HOPEFUL STATES font Did nrmnrrut Ilnve So democrats carried Illinois by nearly 10 000 plurality they have since elected a democrat to the United States senate Iowa makes a like showing In ls7 the year before the presidential elec Â¬ tion the state had given a rep iblienn majority of 10000 Last year the democrats carried Iowa by eight thou sand in a vote larger thai that east in 1S and last years victory dimmed the victory of the year before In ls7 Massachusetts was carried by 17000 by the republicans Last year the democracy curried it by 0r00 re Â¬ ACCIDENTAL TRUTH -- Uluitrutlmi of tho Fiillucy or lUtjHib llran Claim Occasional admissions of the truth rc carelessly mndc by republican lead ers and a glimpse ofthelr utter insin verity Is afforded the people When the sundry civil appropriation bill was consideration in the house our own Julius Cmsar Harrows was able to have stricken out a provision that articles imported for the use of the lighthouse ard should come in free of duty Tho idea that the government should pay a tariff to itself for goods imported to be Used by itself will strike the average American citizen as absurd It would merely taking money from one pochet to put into another The net insult would be precisely the same whether duties weie paid or not Whilo the proposition referred to was mlor discussion Mr Heed moved to increase the proposed appropriation u Â¬ uu--der from W 170000 bill reported was meant to appro to 103000 stating that Yes Mr Wilcox said mill man Well Indian came down to see saw mill do no hurt then white men shoot off suv mill burn Indian break inn 1 halie leg Indian want to light saw mill lJLy peatiugoi victory they had won in 1S00 men Mr Wilcox was puzzled to know just Michigan at its last state election be 1 fore lsSS had given a republican major what to do but there was a gentleman v ity of 7 100 That state now has a in town who had been an Indian agent democratic governor elected by 11 00 nnd they sent to him who came at In LSSd once The agent asked how Mr Iloxey and a democratic legislature tf SJS the republicans carried Wisconsin by was and was told that he was very 1S700 In 1SH0 the democratic majority low and not expected to live through the day mt CKMAU FOIl ClllAM IN HOT CMMATK was over SOUO and every state otlice So they went to the sufferers room constructed both branches of the legislature and a It was so cool as to make democratic United States senator are with the Indian chief and showed the mc tdiivcr and glad to get out of it on a Wisconsins pledge of its electoral vote poor mans wounds nnd explained in warm July day Indian language Nointendiaeidenti to the democratic nominees this year The upper part was used for a churn Me safe are live states only in which When the old chief replied ing and store room and had a broad These I un Which is roof over it and thick stone walls A the advantage is on the democratic side No flte all wano derstand it was not intended it was ac stairway led down into it and another New Hampin the coining struggle Anil the In into the lower one Two tlersof shelves shire Rhode Island and Montana will cidental we dont light battlegrounds and even Kansas dians soon disappeared be were made on three sides of this lower Now comes the interesting and scien part and these held the milk and but Minnesota and Nebraska waver in sup port of Harrison and McKiuleyism tific part of this story In a day or so ter MMMU Wl 111r ivriti iiiu viiu lUiiiri I after Mr Hoxcys burial the surgeon ture did not vary more thanvviij or two Democracy at the outset of a presiden Tho tial canvass never before had so many went to the campudin and there sal the three degrees the whole year states hitherto republican in poor broken legged mohalic The phy only objection to it was that ut doubtful but on my which to make the battle Albany Ar sician told me that the Diggers meas times it was damp ured around the leg in kcvcntl places suggestion to ust fresh burned gusthen cut a piece out of a slippery elm lime to absorb the water which it POINTS AMD OPINIONS tree near the size and shape of thejeg does very greedily this fault was oil the out Â¬ wholly jcniuvcd with the consequent The democratic party of Illinois took the bark off shaved madii as fine a splint as heevet mustincs that troubled him in the hot Â¬ is in excellent condition for the cam- side and envy their con saw and fitted it around the broken test part of the summer This cellar paign The republicans St limb leaving the space open about one had been in use for several years and dition of harmony and aggression quarter of an inch on the top and were had been found quite satisfactory No Louis Republic pouring in a little water to keep down doubt it might meet the case in ques The republicans did not ask the the fever heat and that In a few weelt tion if the soil Is quite free from water advice of the democrats in framing tho the squaw was limping around towi to the required depth This Is obviMcKinley tariff and they are not called again K Kincrson in Scientific ously a sine quo non unless the drain Â¬ any advice on by the democrats to give American age could be secured at a moderate ex Â¬ about the best method of punching pense Some coolness may be secured HAD BEEN A BASS SINGER in it N Y World holes by using salt water or other solutions Hildas is credited with hav- Hut Ho Wuxnt Sroklni ml KnciiKement Steve of crystalline and saline substances A ing persuaded Jen Alger to leave the Only h Vvw iit lowering of the temperature of six or Mr Ivkins presidential race track The opera company was pretty nearly eight degrees may be made by dissolv- Â¬ why the United made up Pass singers were scarce and evidently understands salt in ton gallons of States having no wars still tlud a sec in this respect the company wiw a little ing a pound of by adding sulphate of and more water retary of war useful Chicago Times short The manager was pacing Hroad Republican organs are groaning way in the afternoon looking for bass sod a to the salt Hut in practice all these modes of refrigeration have been and howling because they say Cleve singers for his chorus He found come Â¬ foil ml inconvenient or undesirable in divide the dians and heavies and soubrcttes and lands nomination would I have experimented with other way democratic vote In New York Just as chorus girls at every block but no bass them in dairy work and found them If they would not throw up their hath singers The company wn boohed for more costly and troublesome than Ice and veil themselves hoarse for Cleve the following week out of town and the The common ice machines may be made land if they had any idea that New manager was frantic Ho wan discuss- Â¬ useful If the dairy la large enough to York would be against him In this ing his dilemma in front of the Coleman stand the expense an they have been particular year of grace tho democrat house whou a thin consumptive dirty found Indispennable in breweries on ac propose to nominate and elect their looking beggar approached and lu a count of their cheapness So far how- Â¬ own presidentDetroit l reo Press sepulchral voice said ever all attempts to get up a cheap lUndiig twlue has been added tc Sir will you bo klud onough to give small machine for cooling dairies have the free list Step by step the demo me a few cents Henry Stuart in Rural Now failed Tills Is a poor place to come for cratic house lu pursuance of Chairman Yorker We arc Springers policy is cutting into tha cent said one of the gung The Milking Ierloil McKinley schedule of tariff duties actors in the It costs more to milk from old cows senso enough to You ought to have Hut the republican senate stands than it does from young ones having way of the people receiving relief It know belter put In another Only a few cents gonMcinen I too the snmn milk producing capacity Tho long however until tho will not be period of profitablo milking docs not people reverse the majority in the was an actor until inquired the terminate at tho same ago with nil Dou you sing bass senate and then with a democratic onged for manager If you do Ill give you u Job cows alike Some hold out longer than president the good times Register others but as a rule tho best effects do now ami fifteen ducats a week will have eome Sprtngncld not reach beyond the eighth year of I did sing bass once until who has been down clergyman Until they fired you for getting tho cows age Tho quantity of milk south studying sochl and political con given generally keeps up till a cow is rehearsals dltions reports to a leading republican drunk and not attending such a hit sir about ten years old and sometimes he found No sir until I made paper of North Dakota that refuge the leading man threatened to leave considerably longer but after a cow the republican party there tho rogues thatcompany if I didnt Now 1 sing has rcachel her eighth year her milk the of the disreputable elements the of all sorts Kepublicaus tenor sir tenor nnd plnno at that is produced nt a greater cost of feed and renegades generally Only a few cent gentleman I dont and after that it costs more to fnttcn from the north who go there her and her Hesh depreciates in qual- Â¬ the year lho want no mans job only u few cents turn democrats within ity Farmers Voice N Y Herald in distinction between the parties ns morals was it a ami civilization is as sharp of tho John D Rockefeller one of tho It tanotur trustees of Vassar has given flAOOO for Is Onk well Is best evidences that to sheep fivo years ago wenty some when it goes off not iirislng then that tho south Is solid the completion of the new dormitory place us if disponed to be alone gers as they are called and among this exceedingly Interestlngand curious method they had in dealing with n com pound fracture I was inserting teeth in a saw for a Mr Wilcox in a mining town then called 1iddletown in Sierra county Most of the yellow metal was obtained by running tunnels under a steep bluff and washing St in a brook At the head of the town was their saw mill and about live or six miles from there wns an Indian enmpudin a camp where several hundred of theseDiggcrs lived A saw mill to them was a great curiosity then and nearly every day sonic of this tribe would visit this mill One day about twenty of them were there and it being chilly most of them tood in front of the lire under the double Hue boiler when a very sad acci dent occurred by the collapse of the lines scalding Mr Hoxcy one of the owners so that the poor manjdled about four days after the accident and il burn ml scveralof the Indians and blew one poor old mohalic squaw some twenty feet into nn old miners prospect hole and broke one of- her legs below the knee it being what surgeon call a compound fracture The Diggers shoul dered her and went to their campudin the only physician there being kept to take care of poor Mr Hoxey- - About four days after the- mlsfqrtunfc several hnndredliggcrsnppeiredon thejhigh bluff overlooking the town with bows and arrows and in war paint Soon down came a tall chief who walked up in front of the small lintel and said Some men a Whar saw mill men the hotel pointed to Mr Wilcox then coming over a small bridge The chiel You sawwalked up to him saying Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ilmi to Kevp Cream In flood Condition gravel and broken stone placed loosely In m lint CtlniHle in position renders them delulont la The underground method of cooling a smootliness nnd solid character Thejr dairy has been tried without much sue arc soon uneven nnd distorted In some cess for some years nnd nioro especial Â¬ degree nnd nro liable to be more orlcs ly when it was first introduced about u displaced To prevent this result the dozen years ago The plan was to dig material should be placed In successive a deep ditch like a drain nnd lay largo layers and each one beaten hard before tiles or a stone channel In It connected tho next ono Is applied It is huro that nt the further end with the open air by broken stone with lU angles ha ft u pipe to hiipply the draft Hut tho great advantage over rounded mid worn device wna opposed to scientific princi Â¬ gravel tho smooth pebbles of which ples and chiclly to hat one on which it iill over each other and do not remain is impossible to cause a cold current of In place Tho angular fragments oa air to rise in a warm atmosphere or to tho other hand become by thalr angles make a warm current How downwards compactly wedged together The ex- Â¬ into a cold underground passage by cavation which is mado for filling to any natural intluence To do this is to nmkc a wnlk if etirht Inches deep may oppose that universal law by which be filled with four sUcccsslvo layors lighter air rises and colder and denser tho first two Inches or more at tho bot Â¬ air falls- - the law of gravitation In fact tom evenly spread and then benten Hut it Is possible to yet a ctiol cur Â¬ solid then tho second layer similarly rent of air In this way by some mechan- Â¬ treated then tho tlilrd and last tho ical device which will either draw the upper stratum of an Inch or two of air through the underground channel finer material and with a very oven sur-Â¬ or force it through It Many devices face smoothli beaten Such a walk have been tried for thus ventilating will be far more perfect and woll com Â¬ houses as bj- - burning something in a pacted together and bo superior to ono suitable pipe above the channel and all filled at once and not thus packed thus producing a current a pnrt in a solid mans of which Is diverted into the apartment A carringo road Is to bo similarly Hut none of them has treated pressing each added layer with to be cooled become practically useful Tho most a heavy roller and finishing tho whole effective way of overcoming the diffi Â¬ by pressing repeatedly and making Making walks and carnage drives of Â¬ culty described so far a I have learned Is to use a two storied cellar so to speak or what may be called a sub cellar the lower part of which is at least liJ or IX feet below the surface and Is closed against the upper and warmer air by a perfectly close iloor having a tightly fitting trap door In it and a stairway down to the bottom The cellar is lined with brick or stone and kept whitewashed with lime to in crease the light which comes through a glass wlndowin the lloor I have seen several such cellars in the south one of which struck me as being excellent for the purpose of a dairy for which it was used The cut shows how It was Â¬ h T Â¬ Â¬ y7 7 thorough work For publlo roads whether made of earth or gravel tho rolling should Iks thorough and tho slipshod practice especially avoided of leaving tho material hi honps for tho passing vehicles to level and makohanl which they however never accom- Â¬ plish and only make a lumpy rutted wagon track Anyone may sco the compacting proc- Â¬ ess illustrated who burns nuthracltu coal In on open stove or whoro tho top Take tho size is open or accessible commonly known as grate or stove and observe tho facility with coal which the llanie strcaniB up through tho crevices of tho coal when the fire hap pens to burn furiously Now tku n light poker or any light iron rod and tap this coal surfneo a number ul times going over tho whole repeatedly and causing tho fragments of colli to sett la nmomr one another and fill up all theso greatly rcduolugthointonse- ceYJcc ness ot the lire in tno same way mo broken stone Is mado to sottld by boat- Â¬ ing into a nearly solid mass Where gravel lntvid of brolt stonQ is used It should bo asorlod nnd screened so as not to bo larger than chestnut coal for all but the surface and not larger than stovo coal for carriage roads Country Huntloman Â¬ TO DESTROY INSECTS Tho Clcvr IIoiIom Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 I Â¬ iiiithiut Yankee A good thing Invented by a Connecti Â¬ cut man for destroying files and mos Â¬ quitoes In the house would be still mora effective out of doors nights in tho destruction of millers about the apiary and orchard little pests which so in- Â¬ dustriously carry out their work of de- Â¬ positing eggs for the production later of myrinds of profit eaters In orchard vineyard and hive The Idea Is a very simple one A broad box like a soap Invoiitoil hy a Con Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ 1 lEgaftsiBHHiaiMfeifawgsR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ or other grocers box Is partitioned msar one end leaving space enough to set a lamp which must be a loiwstand iug or hand lamp A small pano of window glass is set In the partition and the entire Inrgu compartment madu watt tight by tho use of putty nnd paint When perfectly dry It Is nearly filled with water and a film of kcrosenu oil poured on thin At dark tho lamp Is lighted In lU littlo chamber and tha light sIiIiioh brightly through tho win Â¬ dow glass water and oil luring swarms of night insects to their certain doom Tho lamp out of doors must have a rain- Â¬ proof cover over It Air so It can burn dourly must not bo cut off Klg 1 la the compartment for tho lamp In the picture Klg J for tho water and oil N K Homestead SHEEP SHEARINGS If you have sheep that aro old fatten and market them A snrii that only ahonrs four or live pounds of wool barely pays expenses Ewks that nro suckling lambs should bo fed a littlo longer than tho other sheep Thk sheep that shears a good fleece and furnishes a lino carcass Is tho kind to raise Oni advantage with u small llock is that the owner can give thum tatter attention Tub best way of keeping tho ahecp from becoming foul is by trimming tho legs boforo turning out on the pasture WiiATEvrit class ot sheep you keep lot them bo tho best of that class and then treat thorn so as to wcwre the best results Tu Kim is moro proportionate dif-Â¬ ference in value between jfood mid poor sheep than between good and poor animals of any other claw of vtock- Llvo Stock Indicator Â¬ inmwiirirniinmuM country should stamp this damnable Jt will ho seiti from on r Mnytmvti cor respomloncf tlmt Tiik HnitAin of laat wt Editor week fulled to much the Mnytown was 8PEK0ER COOPER Ah the paper nflicc on Friday mailed at the Hazel Ween post oflice on Tliiruy and a dally mail Iciivch hero for Mnytown at I A M each week day we are at a Io h to know where the May tnwn bundle of Hiuams got lmt Post- niiifter are required to pay an strict at tention to the forwarding of newHpapers as any other mail matter and we hope HAZEL GREEN KY our correspondent will promptly notify 15 1892 us of any neglect of duty There can certainly he no excuse for overlooking n package ay big tw that which contains DEMOCRATIC TICKET Tin Hkralds for Mnytown and as he fore stated wo should like to know the For IriiHliloni reason for it GWOVER CLEVELAND o Of New York o o The avarice of Andrew Carnegie the For Vice President millionaire ironmonger of Pennsylvania While in Cincinnati wo jrot ADLAI E STEVENSON hacked up by the Republican tnril that Of Illinois hold of a Stock of Goods at 50 enables these rich nabobs to pocket the cents on the dollar spot cash profits while their employes grow poorer COUNTY TICKET dny by day is responsible for the murder For Circuit Clork which wo are going to give to of fifteen or twenty innocent men at JONAS F VANS A NT our friends and the public Homestead Pa last week and Carnegies For Sheriff while lasts We have made manager one Frick who seems to have GEORGE W DRAKE none of the milk of human kindness in up our minds that we are go Â¬ his make up is likely to be indicted for FOIl UONOKKSS ing to show the people We arc authorized to nnnomice MARCUS tho murder He is the responsible party C LISLK of Clark county as a cntiiHiliite and he should be made to sudor for tho we appreciate their splendid forftougrcss In tho Tenth Kentucky dlatrict shedding of human blood patronage in the past and we subject to tho action of tho Democratic o o o party are going to sell the splendid While tho Democrats of the county We aro nuthorlred to announce JOSKIH purchase we made at less than aro thinking about the election of our 31 KENDALL of Floyd county iih a enn National ticket let us not forget that dldnto for Congress in the Tenth Kentucky the goods can be manufactured district Bubjeot to action of the Democratic wo have a ticket in tho county that every for All we ask of you is to party Democrat should tako a personal inerest We are authorized to announce Hon O in electing give our several Combinations are likely to C U0WLE3 of Pike county as a candidutc bo made against it and unless every for Congress in the Tenth Kentucky district Democratic voter stands firmly by his 8uhect to action of tho Democratic party colore our candidatss for Circuit Clerk EirElcction November 8 1892 and Sheriff will meet with serious oppo- A look We are going to name a few of the many big drives Commonwealth Attornoy Keep wide awake and see that we will offer Wo arc nuthorlred to announce JOSEPH sition you M KASH of Hnzel Green as a candidate not one of our voters are won over to Good Plaid Cotton sold for 8Jc now fc a yard for Commonwealths Attorney in tho 22nd another cause no matter how tempting Now Spring Style Shirting Prints fast colors 4c a yrtrd Judicial district composed of the counties the bait o of Breathitt Estill Lee Magoffin and Wolfe New Spring Style Dress Prints fast colors 5c a yard o o subject to action of tho Democratic party Plaid Cheviot Suiting former price 15c now jc a yard The nomination of Gen Weaver by Camels Hair Suitings formerly 20c now 10c a yard the Peoples party convention at Omaha Heavy Jeans two good colors 10c a yard Hon Jos M Kash Wolfe countys after a vain effort to induce Judge Gresh- Heavy Cottonade worth 20c now 10c a yard am to accept the place was accomplished candidate for Commonwealths Attorney Cedar Pencils 5c a dozen has always been a Democrat never re- Â¬ last week The nominee has we believe Large Rubber Head Lead Pencils 10c a dozen heretofore been a Republican The only fused or faltered in his work for the Falcon Bank and School Pens 5c a dozen cause and now he should receive the effect his nomination can have is that it 75 Needles or three papers for 5c may Weaver web about the two old par- Â¬ reward ho has earned o Large size Shaving Glass worth 10c for 5c ties that will throw the election of the o o Extra large size Shoe Blacking 5c a box The Democratic party is the only par- President into tho House aud in that Good Shoe Brush for 10c event Mr Cleveland stands a better ty that can savo the South and tho peo Good Garter Web 2 yards 5c or 25c a bolt plo from the effects of tho iniquitous show for his whito alley than anybody 2 Extra large boxes Lily Whito for 5c Force bill and ovory man who loves his Rah for Cleveland Hazel Gjieen Herald LOOK OUT FOR OUR gag ft FREDJHEIHTZ g a T3Jt ffliiiiuiiuauringUBweiGr 35 E MAIN STREET Friday July BARGAIN COUNTERS Ksa OiML Custom Houua Square LEXINGTON KY II Pay Tn to tot it A m WATCHES DIAMONDS CLOCKS Solid Sillier AND Optical Goods Trimble Bros WHOLESALE that BQC8B MT STKKUNG i KY jrCniisiviiments of produce mid the tuitroiiiiuc of Mountain Merchant respect hilly Holicitid jel4fly J K Sharp Hruee Trimble T G Denton BARGAIN Â¬ ii TABLES SHARP TRIMRI P ft MT STKKMNG nPNTM KY Have now a complete line of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes and Gents Furnishing Goods We solicit an inspection of our goods and guarantee pri ces satisfactory and articles as recommended Â¬ Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY 30000 Capital G L 200000 Sukflus J It MGSTAFFireliient KIKKPATMCK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier Â¬ o o o The shutting down of nil the steel measure by casting his vote with the mills and tho enforced idleness of 160 Democratic party o 000 to 200000 men by tho Republican o o is overy reason to believe that protected barons of tho United States There tho Democratic party will sweep the will have a beneficial effect in teaching country from Maine to Mexico this year these mistrented workmen that the Dembut it can only bo done by a united ef- Â¬ ocratic party alone is the workingmans fort Democrats of all others should friond Will they profit by the lesson steer clear of strange gods now for the and retire the Republican party from goal is in sight if evory man will but do power or will they continue to cry pro- Â¬ tection for their masters while they and his duty o their families live in poverty and misery o o The Paintsville Courier a new Demo- Â¬ becauso of it cratic paper just started by tho Courier MORGANCOUNTY Publishing Co has reached our oflico and we note with pleasure that genre Mnytown MInhIIhh X Swimm is the business manager while Your correspondent attended tho fu Warren Meek turniahes tho thunder neral service of James M Cecil at Good Â¬ Success to you gentlemen and long may wins Chapol Sunday Tho sermon was sho wave preached by Presiding Elder C F Oney o assisted by Row J Adams of West Lib o o Judge Lisle of Winchester was bore orty and Dr Govedon of Grassy Ezel Monday night a guest of tho Day House West Liberty Hazel Green and Mny and ho talked very encouragingly of his town were all well represented The prospects for tho nomination for Con Â¬ audience was tho largest over seen at gress Marcus is a red hot Democrat that church Preaching good people an all around good fellow and if ho attentive etc should bo the nominee of tho convention Tho Courier Journal Cincinnati En Â¬ bo would win tho raco against any Re- Â¬ quirer or any other paper that comes to publican opponent with hands down this ollico may bo a day or more behind o o o Hut let tho Ha time ami nothing said Steek clear of all strange gods Don Giuin Heiuid fail to reach this ocrats for it is no timo to swap horses in zkl oillco Friday morning as was tho case the middle of a stream Wo are in tho last Friday for tho first time in twelvo middlo of a stream now and tho old reli months all havo their feathers up able Democratic party Is our only safety Born to tho wife of Noah Lyons a Unless we can elect the Democratic Pres fine boy and is for Cleveland and Ste Â¬ ident and Vice President this fall the Republican party will forco upon the venson July U WlNOLKSS South the Forco LIU and you and yours will bo subjected to all sorts of iniquities Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Heavy Weight Note Paper 24 sheets or 1 quire 5c 50 Envelopes or 2 packages for 5c Five Thimbles all sizes for 5c Extra large Gilt Back Blank Book for 5c Wiro Garters and Sleeve Holders 5c 24 Shoe Laces for 6c We respectfully solicit the husinesH of mer chants farmers trader and busine men generally throughout Kastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a chance to send you h bank book nay your checks and loan you money when in need W W Thompson Cash R S STRADER Successors to 74 E SON Co 7 8 and 9 inch Covered Dress Steels 5c a dozen Large 8 inch Rubber Reddjng Comb for 5c Large Horn aud Rubber Fine Comb two for 5c J A Lai I Main Stkkkt LEXINGTON KY Wholesale Dealers in Large Double Lock Money Purse 5c School and Package Strap 10c Ladies Hose absolutely fast black 5c a pair Ladies Fancy Hose extra large 5c a pair Seamless Mixed Socks 5c a pair Splendid Fancy Socks 6c a pair Childrens Black and Fancy Hose 5c a pair Fancy Domet Flannel Overshirs 25c each Mens Fancy Web End Suspenders 10c a pair 28 inch Turkey Red Bandana Handkerchief for 5c Childrens Fancy Handkerchiefs lc each Extra heavy and well made Striped Jeans Pants worth Extra heavy 10 rib Umbrellas for 75c each Genuine Gloria Silk Umbrellas for 1 each Largo Fancy Border Hand Towels 10c a pair Fancy Colored Window Curtains good 5c a yard One dozen Napkins fringed for 25c Straight Kentucky Brandies Whiskies c Wines FINE OLD WHISKY Tarr and Old Taylor Ascents for A SPECIALTY CIGARS AND TOBACCO Old Pugh Old Pepper Old H 150 for 100 a pair 155 G FEDER Cut Price House 107 RACE STREET U E- - tt nrvprwATr VIIUHUIIUI - rjrr VH1V HOSI--KKY And thousands of other items we could name at equally low prices In addition to above immense bargains we will sell to every cash purcaaser of 5 00 or over also to every person paying us 10 00 or over in cash on notes and accounts UNDEUWKAU SHAWLS GLOVES BLANKETS Sl PENDENS and all kinds of small wares and other goods in Notion and Furnishing Goods Line II G Fkdki MO ic Co Church Street New York Special nttentiou to mail orders OBT U QCAHTlTT BEST IN QCALIM 6 Pounds of our Choicest Coffee for One Dollar We also give free to every cash purchaser of 5100 or more a very handsome gilt frame looking glass or a large size picture or chromo We have the largest WORMS WHITES CREAM Â¬ o o issue wo publish tho an Â¬ nouncement of Hon 0 0 Bowles of Pike county as u candidate for Cougress from this district Mr Bowles is a prac Â¬ tising lawyer of Pikevllle has represent Â¬ ed that county in the lower houso of tho General Assembly and is said to bo a man of strong nativo intellect Ho lo Â¬ examination Say boys what about tho State Board cated in Pike coutity just aftor tho lato sitico which timo ho has been questions and whero is your 10 civil war identified with her interests and the in- Â¬ John T Patrick will shortly move to terests of tho distriet which ho aspires to Nicholas countv represent in Congress Mr Howies is a Rev Green Stacy is homo on a visit sUuncl Democrat and should he receive July 1L Falcon the nomination and bo elected he will make us an earnest representative Subscribe now Only 1 a year - With this o Coney Cogitation A Mr Walbrldge of New York and president of tho Cauuel developing com Â¬ pany is here prospecting his coal and mineral lands Miss Maggie Elnm and T J Burton have just returned from Salyersvllle where thoy went to attend the teachers FOR 20 YEARS Stock in the State outside of Louisville We want your pat Has led all Worm Remedies ronage and will make prices to secure it EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED AVe will also take in exchange for merchandise or on SOLD EVERYWHERE STtOCIS rrprdbj RKlURDSOfTATMIH notes and accounts all kinds or merchantable produce live stock saw logs and railroad cross ties DeBUSK ROSE HKD CO General Merchandise VERMIFUGE J T IMtACTICAI DAY THE faCfiS- - 5S Cr CO -- Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers IIAZKF GKKKN KY niiUkMiiitliln of nil kinds hollrtUtl ami work nrnmptly iloui We make a specialty of luiililing Miorse wngons and fiminintH all work NOTICK All who nn lutleliletl to tin firm or Iltlu r of ns for work must Ml ami httlle ami cash orsatNfnctoiv trrni lie iliiimmUd for all work iloue fie reader Thanking von for past patronnce ami lleltinc a eoiitiiiuniico t the Mime we ate i 5 W n TVuHfcsi essa sv5ssg3sN araa OF EASTERN KENTUCKY respeetfully KOSK DkIIWK hit - - i - - Vn n x oil Hey Win the ContAt An Unfortunate AVoinnn i piece of catchy music by tho band Mrs Mary Markham was sent to ami thou Ilonry L Goilsey of Hazel Camptou this morning by tho Charity II lirir Klllf Urititliitt limn an omer imjuiN in mo liul recil Kv Centro Cullnirnti stniwliinl Organization wherosho will be given a fS mid iiicrelinnt iii MtSterUiig Win- i c VM home by her brother James Hall Mrs THIRD ANNUAL EXHIBITION Mnrlchams former homo is in Bannon Vj Va where she has been confined to tho itcAunmivuiy un insane- asylum until a few weeks ngo L iilvertiMMiiclits inserted lor lest tliaii l i will lw 7i win an inch for the first morning elsewhere in its coIuiiiiih The j After being discharged as etired sho wintlis b for iuelf aml ErtliinntJ 33 cents an Inch lor each mil 810cd jt found that her husband had deserted I UV Wit lllltlt comment Mr Goilsey tins her and tho trouble so preyed on her in TltAXSIKNT ADVKKTISISO MltkT UtlAllMSAIlVASCK the presence of an orator Ho is Binall mind taut she again became demented AlViilTIHKMKNTH 8TVNIUN of imure but compactly made and his Wandering from home sho came to 7 i Inch 12 months 12 h liiMid is Wcbhtcriun in breadth of fore- - Louisville tlnulivH in tho hope of finding her Z UllillVO head and its look of intellectuality Ho brother Ho was located at Campton 4 iucliuM i2 ou is graceful in gesture and bearing and na above stated Louisville Post Jincliei UIihIich 10SHWCH tlc fineit voice that ever found i fJlinml rates on hi rue r at vtfrtihciiiciHM odgment in the throat of so young an rjinJe known on mipliuiitinii 1 Local notices to be interspersed unions orator His stylo of oratory is pleasing lu cents a line with n dis wadhS nittr and of that kind that catches and im Â¬ count of itf per cent where they run u inontli presses the masses Unquestionably he er more tributes lespect r Oliituurles six words ol the line etc 1c a defcerved the first prize Lex Press Children over 10 and under 15 years 25 Cents and cnd to Count fine We will write wltli the iiiauuseript jyiincv eczema and all Over 15 years 35 Cents Wlmre Did Tlicy Get Them ilitniirits and publish uiii cents n line Carriage uud death notices not exceeding Camitok July 11 1892 blood Catalogues giving premiums in full will soon be ready ten Ihis solicited und piiblilnd IlJKK Atun examination held at this place J niUS KOK ItKdtlAK AlViitTIKVl for distribution and may be had by addressing the Secretary July 1 and 2 there were forty applicants rAVAlllKQtAtmniY ON 1KMAI SPBWKU tOOIBK Address entered During tho examination two Ilnzel Sreen Kv S withdrew caused by sickness and the It will President Secretary remaining thirty eight all obtained cerA I1 Lacy was taken suddenly ill on relieve and tificates but every indication pointed Wednesday morning last that a great many of the applicants had nervous Fletcher McOuiro made a Hying trip by some means obtained or secured the debility and State Board questions and I hope the toOwingsville this week KY CATLETTSBURC tired will change the mode of ex ITeratt will preach The Largest Drug House- in tho Ohio Vnlloy Elder animations or arrange them in some way Manufaoturore of 228 REMEDIES thnt nro Sold by tho Dozon Toms Branch next Sunday morning 16000 Square Foot of Floor Room 28 Hands Employod that some protection should be shown to you will Mrs Mason Tones of Daysboro has young ladies and gentlemen who arc trySole pronrietorB of the rcnownctlSiK j jsdSole proprietors of the taiiioUH i k t i mi r t our thanks for some fine onions and beets ing to qualify themselves against non Â¬ HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL For the ncrmancnt cure of Pains In the jTlie only rvmedv that is Hold on an abso J In such unfair Misses Cora and Lennie Combs are professional teachers Hack and all UittordorH of the Kidney lute gmiriintcu to cure all 1aiiiN ami and Urinary OrgaiiN ThoimamU of cer- AclUH C rannisaml lolio jiliirrlioa Dvh visiting relatives and friends at St examinations a fair test of the abilities tllUiitCH of those who have lined tills enterv etc Ised internally and exter of teachers is not obtained Helens remedy will be sent on apiilication nally 1 ho nest Liniment in the world I NEK EX AM PRICE 100 IKllK i IKMS BETWEEN A Miss Dale of Montgomery county is the guest of Misses Ida and Sabiua IIousi of Representatives U S Salk y Dnua SToura and Country Stoiies EvkrywhkrsQi 1 Gkeen Hazel chvtiliitioii ill Herald Wolfe Morimn - A Hazel Green Fair Hssoclailon - J iiiK - Tuesday Sept 27th Wednesday Sept 28th Thursday Sept 29th Friday Sept aotii ilu 1200 in Premiums T Conipiiliojjg joje Worll ADMISSION Â¬ For Boils Pimples carbuncles scrofulous sores other diseases take Ayers Sarsaparilla dyspepsia cure D GODSEY W T SWANGO Â¬ JT aJgilture feeling that WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGgTItS - Has Cured Others cure Â¬ r 6ooe4 Oil UK LINE Taulbee 1 Washington duly 11 18D2 J To the Democrats of the Tenth Con of Salyerville passed My physician ad gressional District through town Tuesday en route home monishes ice that such a canvass as 1 from Campton would wish to make might be attended Newspapers that have not already done with great injury to my health and pre- Â¬ so will please add Hazel Green Fair to scribes rest In announcing that I am their lists and September 27 tfO as the not a candidate for re election I do so date with no doubt about my friends being a Mrs Kilda Day who has been the majority of the district I need hardly guest of Mrs Eliza Swango at Frank assure thern of my deep sense of grati- Â¬ fort for a few weeks past returned home tude nor that if my health is restored Monday evening in time I will give my support to the J T Day whe returned from a pleas nominee whoever he may be not in the ant visit to Crab Orchard last week and camp but in the field wherever the flag who has since been suffering with some Â¬ of my party waves Your obedient servant thing like flux is now improving I RotnwBil ana Haze Green jrFou eeooe4e frooet Sublilt Â¬ Â¬ ftHnck leaves Itothucll every morning Sunday excepted ut 820 nnd arrives at Hazel Green at fi10 l M Leaves Htucel Green every morning Sniulav excepted ut I oclock arriving at Hothwefl at 240 i M WINCIIKSTEK KY and connecting with the K S A train S A con K H WITIIEKSPOON Prcaidcnt for Mt Sterling There the K nects with train for Lexington Frankfort It I HUNTER Cashier and Louisville so parties can get to the above places the same day they leave Huzel up Green Â¬ THE WINCHESTER BANK THE PYTOWK PEL 60 Is running constantly ami doing tho best ol work at the lowest prices Special accommodations for customers from a distance Without detriment to our home trade Paid Â¬ FARE Each Way 2 Capital 20000000 Surplus 0000000 No Bids Offered Â¬ for Sad Rolls Â¬ Ladies and children traveling without escort will be kindly cared lor We have old experienced drivers Yours respectfully TAHOIl A DkMJSK jul6tf TIiIh Hank solicit the accounts of mer- Wo do not make them nnd have no demand chants farmers traders and basinetm men for them in our trade generally throughout Eastern Kentucky THE MAYTOWN MILL CO and oilers its customers every facility and the moat liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking octl8ly jc7tf W W MANKER Manager H PHILLIPS The track at the Fair grounds is now in prime condition for training the am The following is a list of the jurors Â¬ phitheatre has been repaired and every- serving at the present term of Circuit thing points to a successful meeting this court Grand jury T M Brown fore- Â¬ fall man W T McNabb El ins Shockey T 0 K Dearing who recently accepted It Horton J H Amyx W E McPher a position with Co has son S C Oliver W L Bush W Z Day Â¬ Jo M Kendall vTH W Hardware Iff KERR JOIU1KRS IX 3C FEDER 113 SILBERBERG Third Street H CO O k 115 W WHOLESALE Agricultural Implements der W II Tutt David Banks Thomas Rose Jones have added to their al Tolson Sr Boone Center James Tumb ready large stock of merchandise a nice lin Elias Reynolds lot of furniture and persons who are in need of furniture would do well to see J F Pelf rev representing Maple their goods and prices before purchasing Grove Nurseries of Waterloo N Y is elsewhere now in the county Koliciting orders for fruit and ornamental trees of every va The public school at this place with riety and the people o Wolfe should irof J G Thomas as teacher will open avail of the chance thus offered to secure Monday next and Mr Thomas reTho time will soon bo that fine fruit quests that parents will be prompt in the men who own fine orchards in this ending their children that they may be country will make more money than all properly classified their neighbors who farm Mr Pelfrey The quarterly meeting of the M E is from Johnson county in our own hurch South will be held at Lacy Stat and you will take no risks in oreek school house this Saturday and dering frou him as you might with a Sunday and all members of the church stranger from another State d others interested in religious work One of the handsomest presents we are invited to bo present have received in a long while came to us W Mrs Ellen Pieratt who has been vis- - on Tuesday evening last from Capt was a box It ting relatives and friends at Lexington P Sample of Maytown of nice ripe peaches for our better I and wiBt Helens returned home Tuesday of them is beyond ex Â¬ evening much pleased with her trip our appreciation May you live long e thinks Lexington Is a beautiful pression in words and prosper Captain and all of your JWJaWi and tell us that the family of our good Democrats a friend John A Adams are all well descendants prove as yiursdf There now if we could make fae District committee of the Tenth a better wish we dont know it UtiigrciMiiiiial district iv meeting held There will Ik a irieeting held at the ll Mt Sterling last week decided to residence of Hcv Isaac Murphy on Sun 0tI Hie district convention at Estill 11 lm 7th iluv of AiiLMist at which lr Estill county on Wednesday tu fnmra0f wifernand two wins gust ill 1892 atfU a m A full re- AiIihhh illui i rwill m- - iuuiviii tkirt wir wie commirtee meeting will aj ollieiate FricnilH of and Savage will Pear on our first pago next week the family are cordially invited to be Dinner will be provided for the advertisement of the hark line present Ween this point and Rothwell This all who attend but tlnmc who are din bring bankets with now run by Messrs Tabor Dc- - posed to do no can lKan tluy each have four ur live them animals so that there is every rea The attendance of Hazel Green citizen to lifliovo they will oauh day bavo a at Lexlnj tou Cliutiitiqiin IitHt Friday J0 te m tbo road The eonvenieneo tilfzlit when Henry L thnlmy carried traveling on the back is bomothinn to away the honors In the oratorical con owwmcnd it to all test wan quite large Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J 4 Â¬ brought his family here from Fleming Miller Dennis Brewer W P Lacy Ste AND MOWERS STODDARD AND Petit jury J E Drake county and will make this their future phen Collier ACME HARROWS fee Szc Geo Beasley S M Tyler J B Spencer home DOORS AND SASH A SPECIALTY W T Oliver Wm Hatton Miss Lula Kash of this place and Geo Brewer 110 and 112 SncoNi Stkkbt M Cockerham Jr E C Jones J H Miss Florence Stephens of Mt Sterling J I RONTON 0 G F Byrd Jonathan Watson were last week visiting the family of Drake M Swango Sam Allen 11 BRYAN their old friend John A Adams at Lex- Lewis Hatton J WITH G C Baker C C Long Jaek Alexan ington Â¬ Â¬ J T OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA EVAP- Â¬ PLOWS COOKS MILLS REAPERS ORATORS CHAMPION Represented by W jJjjp - CINCINNATI CILLIS R PEARSGmDLARK WHOLESALE VliON Paint tlraMmMwm IS THE BEST iT V ft MVNM9aVMlwufliMillBBemVMKBKL v7v4JnVliiruHaDBBaQBflBBeBk rJP0C 12 14 The Best is the herpest WEST MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY It c l 1- 8B Patent Paint but the best Paint that can be mado by an experiended Practical Painter with the assistance of the latest improved and powerful machinery It is guaran teed to give satisfaction Will cover one half more space than lead and oil mixed by hand Sont freight paid for is not a - PhrNielnaa Couldnt Chi c X Bedambvillk Hamilton Co Ohio Judo 1hj39 Oiio bottle ot Iutot Koonltfa Nervo Tonlo ourod mo vntiruly attor ihyujiatii luvl trltxi uusuoo8tffuUy or 8 month to reUevo iim of W HUENNKKKIO nervous doullily I can iiinoeruly guy that Iaitor Kouulgi Nerve ltonlc naaactod wotiUorulj aiitoe my txyooni uteuced to use it be bai not biul tbo atigbUMtt ynitomi of fit and is ettlnff Btont and hearty every one ii Burpriud at tbo renutt bo of inediclnea uumi kad bought eigbt botftei wuich uiii uo from new xork at iiu lor ixiitie 1KNNIB WALHII good Kansab Cm Mo OoU 8 10 Daed Paator GonlffB Nervo Tonlo for nerv ouaneaB and general debility and was greatly beueted by aaraa It bad the deilrud effect WUi C1EO K UUKKN StG Mo town lo0 per gallon srOne reliable dealer wanted in each Sent for color cards etc to Lion Paint and Color Works LEXINGTON KY Wholesale Boots and Shoes LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY II GREEN HUFFAKER llf IIMMM CO Umokvillk January 1KH Hazki Gkkkx Kv May 10 1802 To tho Trade of Eastern Kentucky Contiguous to Hazel Green IIIHW I We have this day completed arrangements with tho above named firm and will handle their goods in largo quan- Â¬ tities Wo especially invito an inspection by the merchants as we are prepared to duplicate any and all prices quoted in Louisville Cincinnati or Knoxville Merchants can buy thefc goods almost at their doors and save largo freight bills We are prepared at any and all times to furnish these goods in any and every quality size and price All wo ask is a tj 1 iu H FREE -- A Valuable nook m Nervoaa 10 Uiaeuae aeni ireecaa aar aaarew alao otitala and poor patlenta Thla remedrbM bees prepared by the Rareraad Paiior Konlff of Fort waue ibo- by aiaee ur-- aaa toe Is now prepared undernladlroctloa tills taedlclB freo of chance w MM jLanreW KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III Bold tDrsi1it4Jt Viper Bottle 8 far Mi gBetUeaferBlg trial Respectfully c J Represented by ED GREEN T DAY 6i CO 1802 Hazel Green Ky DAY Â¬ IlAZKh SltKKN KY LOU DAY IrnprletriHH 14 OPENS TIiih lioiiKe Iiuh been recently reflttct ami IViiiIv-m-vui- i of Study kh follows Agri Â¬ lmiiMor ami limtriictorM Kljjlit Cour U at all time Mi rofiirnixlieil ami the table culture Scientific HIoIokIchI Civil KiiKineorliiK MccIihiiIchI Kiitfinucrlng Velerlimry plitul with tlm bfNt in tho market Hate CIiikhIcuI Norinul SchonL County HpiKilmcis received free of tuition Honrd 1h lorinI reuKnnable Miimple room attached ami ape torlfs 1W ier week j iir privHtti fmnlllcH IM In fl00 For CHtHloues apply to dill riiU 8 to cniiuiieruial men IlitroiuiKe Ik Ky JA8 K PATTERSON Ph D adly respectfully Nollcltcd MllH HOUSE nu s SEPTEMBER Lxlngtn w f V They havo spent much of their tlmo In what Ufcd places you went or how nnd felt around in tho darknoM calling tho roll of nil tho rats that have many free rides you had in tho prison nu in vain 1111111 no inouglit of a holt nibbled at their reputation Their soul van boforo you were converted VK Liiui iiu reiueiiiucrcu near th0 TalniQgo Wants It Adopted no tho is a cage of vultures Everything in BIENCER COOPER PublUhor Lump It brother give it to us in bulk where tho child might be and tn them is sour embittered The milk of If you havo any scars got in honorable ho started and sufo enough fosj National Flowor HAZEL GKEEN KY human kindness haulKcn curdled They warfare phew them but If you havo little one fagged out and dronchc t SISltf mnuru Mil atf u muw llilllllltt it Thine W Should llm onm Oblivion OT they sco two my twny r uiijuuiiif n scars goi in ignooie wariare no not tho storm ami almost dnm Ih people whispering they display them 1 know you will quote nod it tin as well us hoemiit un llott Doc W should Forget Our HOW OAK GROWS think It Is about themselves If they tho Hlble reference to tho horrible pit cd his horse and resumed his QJt InTillcIt ami AlNtltniH ituorn sco two people laughing they think It from which you wore digged Jtev Dr Till in it ku it iriiiini Yes bo home Coming In night of his iniiJ To Irotluco n Good llrovr ItiMjulrn from Is about themselves Where thoro is thankful for that rescue but do not saw It all lighted up and supposed 140 to 400 Warn tU ono sweot pippin in their orchard thoro j make display of tho mud of that horrl- - his wife had klndlod all th11 -- i Tho extreme limit of the age of lln v Aiifiiia7 Dr Talmngo toolc for his text last aro fifty crab apples They havo never j ble pit or splash it over other people as to guide her husband through oak is not exactly known but sound Sunday Hob vllt IS Tlieir sins and tW nnd living specimens are at U iist one their iniquities will I remember no ueeu mill to lorgct They ilo not want j Sometimes I have felt In Christian meet darkness to forgot Ing discomfited and unfit for Christian Hut no Tho house was full of thou wind yours old The tree thrives more Their wretchedness is supreme for service because I had done none of those eiieiucm ami tue nmgnoors wcro lm lm best In ti deep tennetots lorim with The national flower of the Egyptians rocks in it Stagnant wnter is one of is tho heliotrope of tlio Assyrians is the no one can be happy If he carries per- - things which seemed to bo In the esti ercd and stood aromid tho wife of ti itn aversions It grows better on a com water Illy of the Hindoos Is the marl potually In mind tho mean things that mittlon of many necessary for Christian house who was Imynsible as from tyl On tho other usefulness for 1 never swore a great calamity on Inquiry the fc parativoly poor sandy soil than on rich gold of the Chinese Is tho chrysanthe Â¬ havo been done- him hand you can find here and there a word or over got drunk or went ground imperfectly drained The trunk mum We have no national flower but atJlrst inclined to bo Irregular in shape there is hardly any flower more sugges man or woman for there aro not many to compromising places or was child of thatcabii w ugtma ShefeJ of them whose disposition is genial anil guilty of assault ami battery or ever wandered out to moet her father y straightens at maturity into a grand tive to many of us than the forget-me-nWhy Have thev nlwnvs uttered a slanderous word or over did get the present cylindrical shaft lad promise 8bj We all like to be remembered summery f Oh no Hard any one a hurt although I knew my the child was lo v Then tho lath Tho oalc does not produce good seed and one of our misfortunes Is that there neon treated well until it Is more than sixty years old are so many things we can not remem- Â¬ things have been said against them heart was sinful enough and I said to unrolled from the idunkct the child I here Is no use of my trying ii111 The acorn is the fruit of the oak tho ber Mnemonics or the art of instat- Â¬ They have been charged with ollleious myself iiiiiiiu in me 11c ion audio it and their generosities havo to do any good for I never went his own child nnd u lost one of flu secd gcrm Is a very small object at the ing memory is an important art It noss tl pointed end of theacornwlth the future was tlrst suggested by Sinioniilesof Cos been sot down to a desire for dis- Â¬ through those depraved experiences prairie home and tjio cabin qutiU play and they havo many a time been but afterward 1 saw consolation in the with the shout over 0 0 lost one foutjd root uppermost The aeorn drops and 600 years before Christ Its contents doubtless undergo impor Â¬ Persons whot had but llttlu power to tins subject of tittle tattle and thev thought that no one gained any ordina- Â¬ How suggestive of kio fact that on- tant molecular and chemical changes recall events or put facts and names havo had enough small assaults like tion by the laving on of the hund dof ve were lost In ho open fields while it lies under its winter covering and dates in proper processions have gnats and enough great attacks like dissolution ami infamv And though among the mountaiv crags Gods was of leaves and snow In the mild through this art had their memory re Â¬ lions to have made them perpetually ui ordinary moral life eiulmir in a dering children and He found tisdj warmth of springthe acorn swells the inforced to an almost inci edible extent miserable it they would have con Â¬ Christian life 111113 not be as dramatic ing in the temptest and wrapped us little root elongates emerges from the A good memory Is an Invaluable posses- Â¬ sented to be miserable Hut they had a story to tell about let us be the mantle of his love amdi fetched end of tho shell and no mattur what sion lly all means cultivate it had enough Divine philosophy to cast off grateful to God rather than worry home glu incss aud congratulation lid the position of the ucorn turns down- an aged friend who detained all night the annoyances and they have kept about it if wo have never plunged ding us welcome ward VPhc root penetrates the soil at a miserable depot in waiting for a themselves in tho sunlight of Gods into onward abominations It may The fact is that the world dors not a appropriate in two or three Inches before the sfalk lo Â¬ rail train fast in the snowbanks enter- iavor anq havo realized that those op- - no meeting know Jod or they nu fl de- - him formed drunkards or reformgins to show itself and grow upward tained a group of some ten or fifteen positions and hindrances are a purl of a of Through their blindness or The meat of the acorn nourishes clergymen likewise detained on tlieir mighty discipline by which thcrare to bauehes to quote for those not reformed tho fault of some roujrh preaching that both root and stalk and two years may way home from a meeting of presby- bo prepared for usefulness and Heaven how desperate and nasty you once were has got abroad in the centuris hum pass before Its store of food is entirely tery by first with a piece of chalk The secret of it nil is they have by tho but do not drive a scavengers cart into men aud women have an idea that Oo4 exhausted At the end of a year the drawing out on the black and sooty help of tho Eternal God learned how to assemblages of people the most of l a tyrant an oppressor air autocrat whom have always been decent and re Â¬ a Nana Sahib an omnipotent Hcmd young oak has a root twelve to eighteen walls of the depot the characters of forget Another practical thought when our spectable Hut I have been sometimes Antipas It is libel against thu Almljli inches long with numerous shorter Walter Scotts Murinlon and then faults aro repented of lot them go out in great evangelistic meetings where ty it is a slander against the lieavem rootlets the stalk being from six to reciting from memory tho whole of that eight Inches high In this stage It dif- poem of some eighty pages in line print of iiiinU If God forgets them wo people went into particulars about the it is a definition of the infinities I fers from the sapling and again the My old friend through great age lost have a right to forget them Hav sins that thoyurioocominittodsoiuuchso connted in my Ilible Ml times tliewonl sapling differs from the tree To watch his memory and when 1 asked him if ing onco repented of our infelicity and that I felt like putting my hand on my mercy single or compounded with these transformations under the lens Is this story of the railroad depot was misdemeanors there is no need of our pockctbook or calling for the police lest other words 1 counted in my Bible a fascinating occupation Suppose I these reformed men might fall from times the word love single or con do not remember now repenting of them again true ho said owe you a largo sum of money and yon grace and go at their old business of pounded with other words vIf an oak could be suspended in the but it was just like inc Let mo see Thn I air with all its roots and rootlets per said ho to me have ever seen you be are persuaded I am incapieitatcd to pay theft or drunkenness or cut lhroatcry got tired counting Perhaps you might feet and unobseured the sitrht would be fore I said Yes you were my and you give ino acquittal from that ob- If your sins have been forgiven and your count more being better at figures cbnsidor6tV wonderful activity guest last night and I was with you an ligation You say I cancel that debt life purified forget the waywardness of Hut the Hebrew and tho Greek and the Thu 9ythy roots represent a great dcjil hour ago What an awful contrast In All is right now Start again And the past and allow others to forget it Fnglish languages have been taxed till of power They bore Into the soil that man vbetween the greatest memory the next day I come rn and say You Hut what I most want in the light of they can uot pay any more tributeto know about that big debt owed you this text to impress upon my hearers the lore and mercy and ki mines and and flatten themselves to penetrate a 1 ever knew and no memory at ail I have come in to get you to crack in a rock Invariably the tips let me off and readers is that we have a grace nnd charity and tondernesH and Hut right along with this art of recol- Â¬ feel so bad about it can not rest Do turn away from the light The grow- Â¬ lection which God Suppose that on the Last friendship ami benevolence and father too highly can not ing point of a tiny outer root is back of culrgize is one quite as important and let me off You reply with a little im Day called the Last Day because the liness and mothcrlincss and patieow I diil let you off tho tip a small distance The tip is yet never heard it applauded I mean patience Dont sun will never again rise upon our earth and pardon of our G01L bother myself and bother me the earth Itself being flung into fiery MhiI It and the art of forgetting cHlYSi n- bv tuc force There is a any dis- Â¬ demolition supposing that on the Last more of that sqarohcsthcsoll for the easiest points splendid faculty in that direction that with Soulnjy nnd Itpiipiii of entrance When the tips are destroyed ve all need to cultivate The following da come in Day a group of infernal spirits should We might cussion It Ks n law of the harvest that we by obstructions cold heat or other through that process bo ten times and say My dear sir about that debt somehow get near enough the gate of reap more than we sow Then how causes a new growth starts In varying happier and more useful than we now I cau never get over the fact that I Heaven and challenge our entrance and careful ought wu to be of the seed ve K you directions The first roots thlckenaitd are We have been told that forgetful owed it is say that money How canst Thou the lust Lord are sowing day by day if wo wudd become gmlerft to Support the tree no nes is a weakness and ought to be something that weighs on nry let those souls into the realm of super reap a rich harvest of golden grain for longer feeding It directly but serving avoid d by all possible means So far mind like a mill stouo Do for- Â¬ natural gladness Why they said a the Master Very much depends upoa as conduits for the moisture and nourish- from a weakness mv text ascribes it to give me that debt This time you great many things they never ought to the manner in which the seed is mwb ment-gathered clear lose your patience and say You have said and they did a great many and the fertility of tho soil to ruc che bythe outer rootlets God hat do you mean by things they never ought to have done the seed that it may takedeep rootunJ wbichnre constantly boring their way It is the very top Omnipotence that are a nuisance inWfrefih territory These absorb water Gcd is nblo to obliterate a part of his this reiteration of that affair I am al- Â¬ Sinners are they sinners all And sup spring up and remain productive- la charged with soluble earth salts own memory we repent of sin and most sorry forgave vou that debt Do pose God should deign to answer lie nature like produces like often ire tesulphates pliosphates of seek the Diviuu tlf Yes but did not my only nfold ratwx In grace tho seed sown nitrates forgiveness tho record tyou doiibt my veracity or do you not might say lime magnesia and -- potash Metq of Abe misbehavior is not only crossed understand the plain language in which Son die for their ransom Did He not sprang mp and brought forth soa which passes through The larger offlhe Mnoks bit Gocl actually lets it I told you that debt was canceled pay the price Not one drop of blood thirty some sixty and som Well my friends there aro many was retained in His arteries not one hundred fold Are wo sowing coroots stem and branches to tin pass out of memory Their sins and leaves tl o lab ratory of now their iniquities will I remember no Christians guilty of a worse folly than nerve of His that was not wrung in the nstantly it what will be- our While it is right that they repent torture growth An oak tree inay liave seven more He took in His own body and joy la Mo remember no more is to that ami pleasure reapto hundred thousand leaves and from forgot and you can iiot make anything of new sins and of recent sins what is soul all the suffering that those sinners the vast eternity that lies before usall evaporates two hun JcIq outvf it Gods powerof for the use of liothcring yourself and in- deserve They pleaded that sacrifice JunoktpOct The tissue of the life to be we wrote dred and twenty six times its own irottinir is so urent that if two men an- - sulting God by asking him to forgive Thoy took-- the full pardon that I prom Â¬ with colors all our own and in the field weight of Water Taking account of pcalto Him undthcQuo manafter a sins that long ago were forgiven God ised to all who through my Son earn- Â¬ of destiny we reap as wo have sown the now wood grown we obtain some life all right gotsthopnns of his heart has forgotten theiuV Why do you not estly applied for it and it passed out Sow an act ami reap an habit sow a No you drag the load on of my miml that they were offenders habit and reap a character sow a char idea ofihe onprmous gain of matter pardoned and tho other man after a forget them times a year if you 1 forgot all about it Yes 1 forgot all acter anil reap a destiny undOnorgy frouAtho outside universe lifenf abomination gets pardoned God with you and They that pray every day you ask God to recall about it Their sins and their iniqui- Â¬ sow untw the Spirit shall of the Spirit r whlolijgoVs on each summer remembers no more ngaipst one than occurrences which He has not only for Â¬ ties k I remember no more Oak timber isnot the heaviest tough Â¬ against tho other The ontliopnst of A reap life everlasting not de Quit this folly sin forgetting God That is clear beyond ceived God is not mocked le est nor the most beautiful but It com- both the inorall st with his Imperfec- given but forgotten whatsoever do not ask you less to realize the tur- Â¬ and far ulxive a sin pardoning God a man bines mor6 good qualitys than any tions and tho profligate with his de soueth that shall he also reap pitude of sin but I ask you to a higher How often do we hear it said I can other luiuf Its fruit is valuable food baucheries Is as much obliterated in Let us not be weary in well doing for u ml Ufi baric useful in certain indus That is in due season we shall reap if wo faint the one case as in the other Forgotten faith in the promise of God and the forgive but I can uot forget I verbally admit it is trlosjAn oakpUtt submerged for six forever and forever equal to saying As we havo therefore oppoi M net Their sins ami full iloHverciioi of His inorey lumdreA and fifty years in London their iuiquitic will il remember no lie does not give a receipt for part all right but I will keep the old grudge tututy let us do good unto all men Human forgiveness is often a especially unto them who are of tha paymet or so much received on account good brldTcamo up In sound condition and more thgronrd specimens from the Tower of of forgetf ill- but receipt in full God having for flimsy allair It does not go deep down household faith M E llceder in This sublime ill tribute Your sins and It does not reach far up It does not Firebrand liondon which date from the time of ness on tho part of God you and 1 need Christs sake decreed William Itufus To produce a good In our finite way to imitate You will your iniquities will I remember no fix things up The contestants may J Driniiui of tho Hour As far as possible let tho disa shako hands or passing each other on oak grovo requires from uno hundred do well to east out of your recollection more The two greatest demands of thenon and forty to two hundred years It all wrongs done you During the course greeables of life drop Wo have enough the highway they may speak the Good seems a long time to an Amerleuu but of ones life he Is sure to be misrepre Â¬ things In the present and there will be morning or the Good night but tho nre tho liberal giver and winaerof forestry Is a perpetual branch of eco sented to be lied about to bo injured enough in the future to disturb us with- Â¬ old cordiality never returns Tho rela- souls Given theso in the indiriilual nomics when once established There is church there will bo occasions for spiOhio There are those who keep these things out running a special train into the tions always remain strained sustained State Journal If things groat Gouo by to fetch us as special something in the demeanor ever after ritual rejoicing over pastors fresh by frequent rehearsal church improvement made aud sinner I would not do ynu havo appeared in print tlioy keep Uiem freight4 things left behind Some Jon that stin to say ArrmiBomniit of UnoUi saved Multiply tho number wf those is true that books are better pre- In tholr scrap book for they cut these yours ago when there was a great rail- Â¬ harm indeed I wish you well but that who devise It liberal things for God and road strike 1 remember 800ingall along unfortunate affair can never pass out of Â¬ served by being shut up behind glass precious paragraphs out of newspa labor for souls until every congregation doors but they do not yield half their pers or books and at leisure times tho route from Omaha to Chicago and my mind lift There may be no hnrd words pass beÂ¬ feel their activity and what fresh ho benefit- in thin way Even a single look them over or thoy may havo from Chicago to Now York hundreds will bo infused into Zion at lare shelf of books adds to tho coldness of a them tied up in bundles or thrust In and thousands of freight Oars switched tween thorn bnt until death breaks in the Gospel will be extended far and Hut God lots our near room and tho hpmo that is fully organ pigeon holes and thoy frequently re- Â¬ on tho side tracks those cars loaded the coolness remain and what myriads will be won b pardoned offenses go Into oblivion He Izcd willhuvo such a shelf in tho guest gale themselves and tholr friends by an with all kinds of perishable material Christ Christian Advocate those decaying and wasting After thu strike never throws them up to us again Ho these flings chanjber as well as in other rooms A inspection of falsehoods these oru was over did tho railroad company feels as kindly toward us as though we book isoflun a great boon to a visitor sarcasms theso Ono of tho most charming thUf who may perhaps huvo risen too early oUles I havo known gentlemen who bring all that perished material down had boon spotless and positively angelic about those New Testament Christian to tho markets No thoy threw It tiff nil along for breakfast and onjoyH a solitary Married thorn in thoir pocket books so Many years ago a family consisting is that they understood how to work hour with some good reading boforo re- that thoy could easily got at theso irri- Â¬ where it was destroyed and loaded up iw tiring for tho night If thoro aro a tations and thoy put tholr right hand with something else Lot the long of tho husband ami wife and a little without worrying They simply not tho duty that camo to hand and did great number of books in tho house in tho Insldo of tho coat pocket over train of your thoughts throw off tho girl of two years lived far out In a Look hero Lot worse than useless freight of a corrupt cabin in the western prairie Tho hus Â¬ trouble themselves as to whether snjr and thoro is no library bo sure and thoir heart and say Scientists and destroyed past and load- up with band took n few cattle to market Be Â¬ body noticed and praised them nor co liavo them arranged In an open book mo show you something coatl caso in tho parlor A bookcase can bo catch wasps and hornets and poisonous gratitude and faith and holj- determi- Â¬ fore lie started his little child asked him corning results Mary breaks her perfume on her Masters feet Dor1 Ho made of plno boards and stained With insects and transfix thorn in curiosity nation Wo do not please God by tho to buy her a doll and ho promised plies protty straight cover across tho top and bureaus for study and that is well cultivation of the miserable Ho would could after the sale of the cattle pur Â¬ as her needle Tertlus dives his gJB Hauls stenographer and Thebo rather see us happy than to see us de- chase household necessities and cer Â¬ hanging over tho sides it will bo tho Hut theso of whom I speak catch pressed You would rather see your tainly would not forgot tho doll ho had off to Homo with tho epistle to tM most attractive oliject in tho room tho wasps and tho hornets and OKI Homestead poisonous Insects and play with them children laugh than to sco them cry and promised In tho villago to which ho Komans in her satchel aud nono and put thorn on themselves tul on your Heavenly Father has no fondness went ho sold tho cattle and obtained them know or euro that thoy will cftf at A Canluit eijgnr for hysterics tho groceries for his household and tho be heard of again l aco duty as Jh Ono of tho most persistent beggars in tholr friends and soO how far thinox did and leave result to God 1 k your pardoned trans- Â¬ doll for his little darling Not only can an eastern town is a col Ho dog which lous things can jump and show how gressions forgot Ho started home along tho dismal Cuyler sting jlavo no such but allow others to forget is very fond of doughnuts Tho dog In deep thoy Â¬ The chief stock on hand of road ut nightfall As ho went along on TIs said there are 00000 conun company wlth- his mistress visited a scrap book Keep nothing In your pos- them Tear up many people Is to recount in prayer horseback a thunderstorm broko and tarles on tho Illblo Most of them rt session that is disagreeable bakery ono day last fall and poreolv Â¬ In tho and ing some doughnuts in a showcase ho thu falsehoods and thu slanders Lord thu meetings and pulpits what big scoun in tho most lonely part of tho road and like cobwebs on a wndowpanc oV in drels thoy once were Thoy uot only heaviest part of tho Imitate tho sat down and begged for a treat with hypcrcritlclsms forgot actually forgot will not forgot thoir forgiven deficits heard a child cry Uobbors storm ho serving instead of Illuminating A c my text and had boon tain lady once borrowed a commentary nhort sharp barks Tho salesman gen- Â¬ sublimely forgot Thoro is no happiness but they seem to bo determined that known to do some bud work along the On iciurniug It she said ItUver erously fed tho smart dog but how ho and it was wishes ho hud not for every day slnco for you in any other plan or procedure tho church and tho world shall not road had money known that this herds Â¬ Interesting but 1 think tho lw forgot them If you want to man soo all around you and In tho tho colllo has appeared to beg for moro You out of tho church dispositionschurch that you have been tho chief of declare tho cattle sold with him tho price of throws much light on it acerb sinners and Tho herdsman first doughnuts If tho shop door is closed malign cynical pessimistic Do you and ottol tho grace that could savo thought it was a stratagem to havo him A diamond Is nothing butfftorlnf he will wait outside until someone know how theso men and women got such a wretch as you were do so but halt and bo despoiled of Ails treasures charcoal from which we learn thnttW opens it and then dodgo in to got LU that disposition It was by tho embalm Â¬ do not go In to particulars Do not toll but thu chillis cry becamo moru brightest light may coma out ol W uvular free lunch- - Qoldcu Day a ment of things pauthcriuo and viperous how many timet you got drunk or to keen and rending nud bo ho dismounted darkest bod Hazel Green Herald1 forget-me-no- t I 1 A I - A 1 1 -- I - j Â¬ ot j i lt 1 1 Â¬ m Â¬ - wii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 1 1 Â¬ 1 - -- 1 Â¬ Â¬ - 1 Â¬ i Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ - ryH t T St kS HOME a crtwl HINTS AND HELPS wny to ventilate a collar Is Hon from It a pipe to tlickltchcu cxtml I dont know what Id do without Could You If You Woro OonQnod me cnuuncy nrntiKiii ilmncy ny alarm clock in nn Aoylura yawned Simpklns at hi wr nwnv the misses which wlld way Into the oius4 He boardinK housu lireakfast table find their EhcnviwIts hard to gct any fun out of your Sotno InrrrliiK Tact from n Imndnrnl pTcnlngs unless you stay up until nearly Sclonilllo Mitu Wlio llua Hurt m Moit ircnUfast Cakes Four and a half midnight and DO NOT tt MOWED -lthat means one oclock Yulutihld iiorIiiiro Willi Mtn Kn smelt ind rtnU wrhlek titim laCupfulR flour two tcacupfuls milU before you really get to sleep Aslny tb hTi Injure lh Iron Mia burn of one ejjfr ono Brilliant 04Ht luflltlstrifrSiin Boy lnlUh ic hnli toaeupiui biitfur employer insists on my being behind Chicago Journal iom Ourabie nd His eoniumer r y tot Q tbt idesnoonful butter ono teaspoon ful the or rum cke with every purtbaw Wo rotnotiincx eo in tho paper- a thrill- counter by eight a m that means two tcnspoonfuls cream Uirtar wnklng up in k1x You cant got the lug account of whero a perfectly mnc per- Ilako twenty minutes ud n little salt chambermaid to wnhe you every morn- Â¬ noli han been coallncd In an ntyluiu TldnU Chilled drape trull Cut In halves ing without a considerable outlay of of it reader How Jourt would ynu rwtmn rtilzontally and illjr the pulp from the tips nnd COPYRtcnr im it would take iv pretty muscular your senses If you wcro conllned with u nit Kephice most of It and sprinkle ghl anyway to pound on m r door hard number of lunatics tilutil nnd day ami ct in the face encroitfily with sumir hot upon ice enough and Umg enough to wako me think or tho plixatcinnn lit ehargo of tlieyc THE of Nature to taku tho ordinary pill itll shortly before serving when add elTectunllv ONLY TRUE imtloni who arc coinitolhnl dav jythivaml Sow mv ahirm elnok teaspoon ful of orange RorVet to each makes it simply impolble for mc to year by year to live among them What lust tonsiuVr how it nets Tlioroa id cover the top with pulverized lee siecp ior tt kicks up such an awful row- wonderful opportunities thov have- for too much bulk nnd bustlo nnd not And think how Frothed Clnms Drain the clams that I have to iuinn out of I km I nid tnr Btuthlmr eliaructei lsLleA mul iiLnrle4 enough real good dry Take three ejjs separate it in selfdefcnse beforo it gets half what a wondorful elianco for learning the it loaves you wlum its nil over rj Dr PitsrcoH Pleasant Pellets net itini nui iiiuuimun inroug h tho performance H WllllCb iiiiu and Simp miseries ofllfo nml how best to overcome to the volks add snlt and pepper kins smiled thu fatuous smile of the llicui naturally They help Nature to do B the whites to n very stiff froth eat man who never discovers that he is a Wo ore brought to theno reflections by a her own work Will purify lllOOn reritUta They cleanse nnd M1DNKVR riiiou IIVKK ike up a spoonful and place in It a nuisance conversation lately had with Dv J C renovate mildly but thoroughly tho uiiurucr uiiiih ircneiii reur Yes weve all noticed that said a Spray of 1U Statu Street Chicago Kor whole system am then drop In Iiot fat for a mo- kiirjetlie renlore lieallli nU Regulate it too tlsoriifTouih DmnrnklruHome Journal Ladies ent r stout commercial traveler who When iiuarly ten years Doctor Spray was in The help that they give lasts iiiiiiKCiiou iiiKt iireu icci lnciiioluielyerillotcJ The nicest material says a woman he wsitj at home at all did not get up charge or tlio JclToron now Dunning In Mum iiriciiirneii uraiu Theyre purely vegetable per- Â¬ of which to make i generally for full un houraftcr Simpkins Mtuto at Dunning 111 This ircuiciuloiir power lucroiol ho lias tried it fectly harmless the smallest easiest tionci nrrvev nun I It sheds the did thin Mtit Is alpaca could recommend to von un liintitutloii contained iiIoul twelva liimdird clc receive uow force nnd best to take Sick Headache ruffrrlur from cuninlalntt ne- ater and holds its own much hotter alarm clock which wonhl arouse you patients In the Insane Dcpnrtiuunt and llf oullnr t their iex Uilnr It nnd which becomes water Justus eireetnally as the one you have lecn hundred In tho Infirmary Among this Bilious Headache Constipation In Â¬ l3n flannel IiIuimii un ilircka bcautlues Comptoxloa akl and floppy For this summer I now and yet would not wake un every- - laryo number of ncraona there were a viiHt digestion Uiiious Attacks and all Snlil ererrwlierc All genuine Konilt hear having1 a suit of dark gray alpaca body else within a quarter of a mile of number r physical ailments Dr Spray derangements of thu Liver Stomach n Mnrcnl Mcml uaUucnlatainp foraxo pitniplilct you The last time I was down in Mc- - Bpeaklng about It said hrklsh drawers and Russian blouse and Bowels aro promptly relieved OR IIARTER MEDICINE CO St Louis Ma fcitcning- it with quantities of mi ieo 1 left the lines of railroad ami push- I traced tho proiiteiuiRO for mo t of the and permanently cured One tiny N V Times ed out into the wilder parts of the mental and Indeed physical disorders vor sugar coaled Pellet for a genllo Cut off Iountry in the interests of mv firm cr f1ly and while some authorltlCH make laxative -l- ioiled Aspaiag us on Toast threo for a catlinrtic to Hmt seveniy llvo per cent of There I met for tho thbt time some of ic white hard ends of the sprouts and Theyre tho cheapest pill you can Then tic in bundles of thus famous yurierN Indiuns who ish lightly of kidney disease I do nut buy for theyre guaranteed to give uilu some kcnclumd drop them into boiling1 wa- - iii i mcssiges Jor hundreds of miles llilltc lmt raUj s is re Â¬ r sufficient to cover Uoil about t wen- - with inueli greater cclcnty than hordes ujici Into consideration ncforo uilddlo hTc satisfaction or your money turned minutes or until tender then cut can do in that mountainoiis country litis Icsh than soventvtlvo ncr cent Imt You pay only for the good I hese you Takes hold in this order wiry and hardy fellows will after middle life it l l should think fully remove the stnngs Have some and carefully place run all day without tiring apparently tuu iKMveuiagi ijstona platter sotThis Is smiictuluxr terrible Doctor row-em on the toast lengthwise Milk but even then they could not outrun a This is true only of Dr Pierces 111 4 people can certainly horse on a decent road Mosnvr mav oc used as a treshiny The way they a poiTuulago ox mIs bo awaro that so large mod tei ties Ilullget get ahead of a mounted courier is Tho Doctor thought a mouicnb and then -- Savory Kggs Fried Take a dozen by cutting oil the corncru Most of the said It is a fact not generally iirmjniml writ mads there lead up hill oi down and that uheroti peiHou has diseased kidneyrd boiled eggs cut them in halves and i 4mlb M ix the yolks with xp out the yolk uie urns arc so mccp tnai uie trail ig and tho organ- fail lo perforin ihelr litnu- ag- - lack and raefinely niiueed cold veal and ham forth aeios the turns f removing ilio ivislo and the im l rr purities from the Hvstem It oon p odiues fae of the mountains in a sticce ashrooni onion a little lemon juice As a icsult our asvhnus ate Drlvns uvoryiUliig buforo U that oucbt to it l A hote must follow inehiiicholia ilsalt and pepper to tusto Stun the sionof terraces Mtfr UllUUt l vcwliip while If tho people ftJ Mte halves carefully Vith this mW- - the path a foot nmner saves many a mil i ypw re put the two halves together tie a t Yow Unow lmo the other aioiiigliiiustlf by trees roots iveof thread around them roll them 0P0 lV0H 0 rum ptientrt in tho av j or stones if he is ascending and just let- - lamrhtly in eg and bread crumbs and have noticed that a largo pm tion Soit by every lniBsl t nml nianufucturcd by ting himself slide if he is coming do u of all paiesls eases had kldnnv dlflliiiltlen 7 ton light brow n Housekeeper Whut hivo you found Doctor to bo i he lint I started to tell you about the -- Sweet Potato Johnmvake Take DONALD KENNEDY nrvn failing alarm clocks which they staiulaul am most reliable rouiody in such e iiint of best cornm al vilt t ta te icoMii iia xlfa teasp toilful is tli ordinarv sea- - crry with them on long jourfieys iarHL P0In1cice iH1 cr iainM rub into the meal a lunre ta- - When the couriers trip extends over illosaid Having so many canes to treat poonfttl of lard next add to it one three or four days as it freouently I trad various icinodle and after a long ittu tit of smoothly mashed sweet potti- il cn lie allows himself two hours and exhaustive trial finally decided Clint sleep out of every twenty four and as Wnrnocs Safe Curo was the best most oi es If the potatoes are not very sweet t he makes his bed on the ground just fcctivoand most reliahlo lyaiudy I found da tnblespoonful of sugar mix thor i w herevcr he happens to stop there is no It specinlly reliable lu casus of incipient grhly to a rather soft dough but not Guamnteid Ibights disease It Is certain to Mop II vibioluut Water boft to handle have themiddlt stave chambermaid or anybody else to rouse and oven in tho advanced conditions it nl him from the heavy stupor w hich uatiir aa barrel head washed clean rinse it Aeproami nlly oveieomcs a perfectly healthy man curedthe disease ruses to my surprise at lirst WHAT 10 vingit wetand on this evenly spread WILL BUY many Itcfure structural who has been runiiiiigsteadily for a bout 1 e uottgh not quite out to the edgvs of twenty two hours eating occasionally changes sot in it Is certain to cure If prop tniluGltnt IlcrmuJi Trcrsla for winter Moomlnc btiidilhfrithnrind board dip a knife blade into cold oilv administered DMH oinlnrr mul i plit Pansy bcpJ lor winter TMDLniKontvrryCoil lnle be runs TIUJI H MONTHS TRIAL SI HSCll1 ION tc Has your experience whiloat thenHvhim tcr and with It smooth over the sur- Having selected his bed he takes Doctor been confirmed in your general 0the AlA ILOWI i a 34orpico Hor1lcul111rnl C pipcr eof the Johnnyoake and stick with fC UucJ 3 liro Ilcijt oli h5io coatiinlnfr some thick cord from his pouch cuts oil practice since leaving ill fork as you would biivuit set it lie Iliios of soma new iiowcr nil by nill postpjilJ foi Yes 1 have occasion to uho tho Safe onlv 10 cents a piece of it of a length which experi s the flvo with a brick or ilatiron oi Out an Improved strain of tliit lovely The njQSIA Cure almost daily Whenever 1 find trace port it ht it brown nicely then ence has taught him to be about right of beautiful fricrmt flower bctr in c I4 llf of albumen in the urine of a patient 1 pie wiilto nnd yellowlarc spikes unsurpassed for wintei blossoms A J TOWtK MfK OOSTON MAJS Ciuiff d sen it from the board bv means of ties one end of the cord which is serine the tafe CUro and in nearly every bloomlicr Tlio PANSY Is n stralncspei tally recom of carefully selected material Instance whero I notleo indications of norv mended torvvlnlcr blocmlnt In pots all colors mixed Coarse thread pnssing between the I iUh Is wcllUnownas LYE EWIS 98 ous troubles 1 antdvzo ho urine and almost II Till n MAYrLOWTUTriilts Gardcnlni the bestllomi mnycake and the board close to the ptepared in a particular way to his toe on blowers nnd ati 4 ten do not cook in the oven but bj- icts lire to the other end and falls asleep invariably iind that it Is caused by some af Adornment In general It Ins over tocooo subscriblOnilCUKIH AMI mtFUMED IATGNTKtl lie was fectlnn of ihu ildnes I now haven pa ers and goes nil over the woilJ f iilt Issuocnn so quickly that you would tliiik e the fire Uoston Herald elegantly Illustrated and bound The ttrontfnt mnl jmrttt Lyo constructed like one of those mechanical tient to whom am giving the Sale Curo tjlns 34 or ji paTS cover Aid ONE OI TWO mnili UnliKOotticr IyuHloliMf NEW STYLES IN HAIR and find that it Is having the desiied eiroot uilli a lianJime UIKjI KlLGANT COIOULD IUTLS It Ii n lln powder nnd pacVtcil Inn can dolls which close their eyes as soon as tlmo ago a gentleman came to me by John Lewis Ctulds assisted by many of the with romnvnblu ltd thu contemn they are laid down He feels perfectly Soinohad boon examined for life insurance editedKnown writers nnd cultivators thuwoild over e Latest Will nro iilwnyn rcudy for up best Modes In Colirtircs Dlrort from who I alconcr Hbcn I Win Rexford niaUo tlio bttt porfinncil Hunt iulident hat the cord or fuse will buni and traces of albumen were loiiml lad amour whomU nro Rand Turk N Pile S Mis Heir Ward tlcicher W Soup In u mlmitt without bolt his toe in Miiclyup Hiere arc threw new wars of vised rll pails nnd lie the world tlio b st fur cIcaiiHing iny l flno slowly butthereabouts toand he has two passed the tiso of tho Safe Cure dllUcultj etc It has correspondents In in tonsil upof Instructive no r the most wiiHto pIpcH illilnfcctlnif plnlth andltsariiclesrru the examination without tair all beoomlug and all simple hours MUHlllllU iKlttlCH paltltfl CloSVtS and valuable to be had We iid it for j months t needing the tontrs and crimping doubt that when the twist of it which after having usod It together willi the Pansy and Ficesla for only 10c trees tc PEHN iLT MFi CO I understand then Doctor that vpu at tliat ou may become acquainted with lis nulls sas important aids and actors in the ne put around the toe is on fire it will Ilrni AU Ihllll IM Get two of your Irltnds lo accept thlsoffer viltlt vou tribute a hirgo purccnuice of tho ills of lic rti auk tin rArtKifMj bMimiiiM N V Tribune If nature bus sliirlited us wake him cJlcctuallv Wment tho to some discasoof tliokidueyH nnd that mi nnd we will send you free n bulb if Tor iLRMUDA ASTLR LILY trial FAT FOLKS REDUCED fer distribution of kinky locks The That New Hnglaijd woman had her have found thu remedy of winch you speak scribers besidesfor your trouble nail 5 ou freesub wo will thf vour own 1 KnK 1 SJ IHV illlU a 1M1U VI lllC iM especially tor cveuinir wear and own ideas of godlinc s who said of her tho itostr frcctiVQ in such cases btrbal llAfIK un lt 111 II1IMIVJ trained Ir MnntarTlnutinliieoiiTt lanoe ags forcibly to mind tli MLXICAN PRIMROSn to trml subscribers lor Yes 1 luivo no hesitation in saying Hint lnvi locks liaseible spouse nnd no tiiul rlTect Hlrlrtlr oiulldntlt John is as good a aH at ice each we will send TWO LtLins and TWO PRIM elrfliilW nnl irtlmonlnli AHdr Ir Curls of our ancestors Jnro Christian as ever lived but youd never Warners Safo usu It has my tmqmtllflud en ROSLi and for ao we w ill send a UUUS a IRIMROsns t AAM THU tKMoVlekArurhtiotm Ilidg C3UoIll ve the hair up from the nape of dorsoiuent I constantly ami would f ANU 5 OTIIlR RAR1 NHV IERIUTUAL ULOOMINa lltjm Uoston mistrust it from his daily life not do so unless 1 thought It possessed cura- PLANTS Zll by mail postpaid Remember that each AND TlMOUU OUHKDi wck Half way to the crown This Common wcvllli subscriber jcts for 10c the Mayflower for j montlu no knlfai llooK rk tive qualities Jbciloiie bvboldlnrr tin 1mi- - IrwtsiOv llh 4 or 5 larcc colored platest and a bulb of Freesla Noxmr tin ClBiTioKT HI ClDclnuMl O Hi Kim The high standing wide cxpcricnco mid and packet ofwlnter bloomlnc Pttnsy Seed with dl running the toners underneath it A roKM tnat ih alwuvs sure of a market rf AUt TlTttAriHtMr wi im oriw reclinns for culture Write At once this offer will Courlor great success of Dr Spray mako his words not appear caln Address MPt this performance on the side tho lay of the lien Lowell V dfat bUdTK f for In exceedingly Impressive Their sincerity JOHN LEWIS CHILDS Floral Park N Y DCil II fl U Q P fmnt rCnwIUnO nm Myui viparltner Ikwifrte lluiln p c cutiiuii it vt ijr tun 1 n we poak of the driving caunolbo questioned ami their truthful Why fclmnllnt rniiK OT MA41 TNI l AriftttMT UUMIM bUlo bum tia r iiMi thu rrkKi nbiru wliiili i1nll In cloud Dont tlu hunt the rninsi dors Is absolute Impressed with this fact Jnl under into little stray natural get that niimo Do and realizing tho hnportauco of tho sntno grovhniind W tendrils on the tcmnlcs and Ockas have traiiMu ibcd bin words in full and give ftne ears When the h dr luis been onusolhuy uit not t irrycis Philadelphia Times thorn herewith Pt all over gather the ends Into a LOVELL DIAMOND CYCLES of Jreneh twist and curl the long You cannot always tell what kind what Kor a quarter of century Tiiomns For Ladles ana cents Six styles ns pinning them with invisible meal you will get at u restaurant by wln Pneumatlccusnion and Solid Tires ItaaiK Horn A Oai field the only brother of the you sco In tho front window rP Osmond Trim Sttrl Droo Fefeinji Sttl sothat thev do not bob about martyred president lias lived in ob re essentially Tublne Adiuitsblt Osll 0ingt to til runnmc Pl la coiffure cluss Yes scurity on a small farm including Ptdili 5uiPnnon Siddl WniTHfO sotno music profossorl Jrand f Handeau of tortoise shell gold something that will movo tho sole la Rapids Mich It in claimednear friends Strictly man GRADE ta Every Particular by lWO ri r ft lnrrfrfr Texas Slfttuys No waltx vtmlr nrt HMill V thotlc SenA 6 cents la sUwpi for oar UHrfAgolTfaitriiteJeatd poor till his lift be that he remained the hanging curls finishes the loiue of Usui Hlflti KtTolTeri hpnrtlnr iood etc mji rutn Men imv too much attention to what thoy cause of early sacrifices made for his JOHN P LOVELL ARMS COMfrs H7WiihnC1nSl0DSr0N MASS did and not enough to what thoy are doing great brother and for tlio simplc inlndc cl j jeeond way is to wave the hair as Atchison Globe His they say was Grandma Garlleld for you can not be fashiona-Q0Waluvswitli n cnntl be a stago but It is more lllco a a heroism as loyal and noble as that of ftrr mav from thu lact that It Is full of his brother Thomas is now an old mar JU to the top of the head In a high courthouse of sixty seven bent and worn will not and run n hih backed comb trials lifes long struggle uKh the Structure MMw front lneks Jaion says oit is proper to wlih the anx HAD many happy icturus ya Ions Candida UfT1 loostfly hlXQ forming a election day rdmtiu Ja7Utto MVc nro going to n ouiniodne out fluffy pompadour and one sol- passengers bettor said the president f00 is made into an inverted EvnuvTiiiNO is for tho best in this world of a street car lino to ti reporter do HI lnurk lf tl IWtl rrll Mm Kvon the ring politician Is for the bostthoro ing to put on inoro cars I supposo JSP middle of her fore- - la in sight - Indianapolis Journal 2So avo nro ffolng- to hang- four more - hi I i n runeuv iinu tlyhecomlntf Lrt bat not leased said tho landlord straps in each car llrooklyn Life dolefully aHKwiLat an empty houbo he which utiiiiii i ii iiu iiiurv laid tli liaau Kvpry titno Miss Amanda when MPnito naniH tvn nuivti iiv ftfunderstanding is t omewhat lurge stops i r JIB ougla to visit tho pbo I t Vajtr Wfip huffgesis ivinaioi toKnlcr yctir girl he7- - readily enough at a hotel she cleans her own shoes tird Mrl tnku Ho in i miuujt quite down lo me Kt sots outside her doorasmall pairwhich ttiighauitoii Leader HI l UlUilllU HH iHUUi she carries with her oxprocsly for that CVeriu tho ears HEALY LYOH Monrco Birtt Obkt 7OSTbvilovthfjiiiati who didnt ge - purpose Fliogondo Mnetter and drawniTn to n nnUNcrlpt bunch in in SvsitfVn nonoiiHlit becauso his probosmil BII lrt ilitir ntoiy tnUriid w u jr bar88 jouriuu laKlacutof IU11I IiitlrunnU Uat fl cis WttS tOO rcU No errcino for local skin troubles equals CVflT CoatHwpllTr and ponplo funiit iiiJ CMUipmtnii 400 Im lb whohATo wk lunmnr Ailh lirlnii ilfKiilunt ry ailicl Glenns Sulphur Soap lff5bli for tnls ningemcnt as purotinso an Intorcst In Do tou want to m should uio riioCur for Hills Hair and Whisker Dye M cents tonluiiu IwliufllHH tor Atatifur Htnl tlU lneR of ur company Consumpllnn It lias enred Tho Mill V Its a Play of tho popular timli 11c mm And muni M4jr Triit njr ftthl wa No Im not Imohimbu fthai not InjurMM 4B4 sort MIKIN Ul VI M4B4 MU4K iiainircssni it is- dramastock -- Onto ii Week Mu V ed onn His not had louke Tin spider probably thinks that tbo bee tered unU tlio boil eoiiiu syrup It sounds and will Hams Is wastiug tlmo lu making honey tillv 130 P AN K E Cold Terrwfatrn 3Se Iltu uy many gins Fiiist PanACHCii Docs l-your choir sing Jlorn ree AHVKKTMJCKa TLKMU WHEN WHITING T0 u4mwy seeKtiiff lor the clilc armonrr Second iaruiouy kW nu oriiTin UJ tUi yH mw U A4yrtliiirt ta UUe AnAiNcnso tt misfit a youn girl Jn tiioV dont llvo lu Ttnwininitn hysterics -- Lowell Courier YIcUYb WMldiifftou A1 AN INDIAN DEVICE tlio Kiinttfni r Cwxlcn Auutton ThcmKclrcK ItlOTAUN YUUJt K1SNSES j - Jtt Jrht - - ji i 1 TONIC rr IRON ru J - lak fm 0lCl Kennedy s Medical Discovery 1 - - - Bowels Liver Kidneys Inside Shin Outside Skinneed it or - I I ssst izzzz Ssaw 1 - not whether nia Tower5 iroprqved L Â¬ o - 5LICKER lis cts 1 j at 1 - 3 5oftWooer Pr 1 H Â¬ I Collar com-pi-se- Â¬ I Â¬ -- I I c L Â¬ ftitlt I mm a 1 lll 1 1 Â¬ tiiiii CANCER irr A - 1 1 -- Â¬ y Â¬ ft1 THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK NOT USED r Â¬ 5htlnthe 1 - - H 1 1 J GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be used every KITCHEN SAPOLIO Â¬ I JII N V - ii p J hki Vv JnhH Kentrena JrIIoh nioHtlawleHHl JokH Fentress one of tho churMctera in the western piirt ot Ken Â¬ tucky nd who has terrorized jho peonlo nf nmviitrtrlirn ntwl Ohio miindoH for years rrnat wan nrreflted after nsWrnilsh lli which four hot were fired by Deputy United States Marshal Pate neiir Har ftmiutiiirv Tluwlounnraftn lniM hnntl mil- nine u moonshine still for years but ho wen nas no oeen lortmcu nnu so Hiirewu wns ho that ho has thus far escaped arrest In fnct he had often boasted that ho hnd never been caged and novor would be Ho has been indicted for nearly overy crime in the category of the Courts of Hardin and Hrecklnrldgo counties and ho is said to have caused every woman in his range to livo in mortal drend as he hnd seduced three different women tho indictments now standing against him He is also believed to have ruvished u girl in Breckinridge county last fall This brutal radian wiw lodged in jail at Owensboro last week to await examining trial for violations of tho rovenuo laws Ho will probably spend tho remainder of his days behind tho barH as it will taku about that long to servo out tho sen Â¬ tences ho will bo sure to receivo on the numorouB indictments standing against him Â¬ I I f i niuy Ho Hanged Yut days since n colored hruto mnde nu unsuccessful ntteinpt to otitrngo mi fl nifliivnnr nld child Funillo LilWHOII at v -iniiiKer Illll Ht iui riom lltlll iikc JIIIV1 Oitnl 5874 WEST 5414 Itouorsvllle Teiin lie wiiH juiled and Tom UoLers 220 Ac tnllc of lynching indulged in but no vi- Â¬ YenrHiigcxhlbition WWHi two yen re ill rec First lam Sallv Hamlet winner of two year Ba yStalllo foaled May I lfhf bred nt Ashland Park old Hamlet stakesjin 187o bv Hamlet sire oIpiicq wjih offered tho man Mrs K ord 2JlX three year old record 22IJ SIKKI BY HAPPY MKDIlM 400 of Lorcttn F 218f A V Paiitllnd 221 foilr venr old record 222 third heat who lived nenr where tho girl Jackson Truro pacer 222 live year old record 220 Ms fourth heat Iadv M 22f Leon Sire of Nancy Hanks 201lMnxle tohhg hi WHS attacked WIIH 1111 IV frightened 11111 Kddie C pacer 220 Norman Medini tine 221V Biookside Flora 221 and tho six venr old trial 2 17 Itlack horse has become so violently in wine that she 220 Camllle 220 lUw Medium 220 dams of Tbornless 218k l clone 22 K liand hlqh foaled June 1 1883 1 red at linn has In Hrluiuller 221 hi Harry Medium 221k4 wns put in tho uav inn Jraiiby22K iraeeful 22M and Ham Ashland Park l Mllli Kir liivu 900 11 L creased the indignation iiuiiinst the negro SIRKDHY RANKER 4141 lfttn22DK lrilAftA L Multrnvers JMAc and a niovement is on foot among tho Own brother to Lysnudcr sire of Lysauder Second dam Sal dam of Coaster 220 Cap tain Clay Driftwood and grandam of First dam Mamie West dam of Cuimrifo IJov 220X Wutt224K William Kearney country peoplo to lynch him The num throe yvtirold record 235 Adeline231 IiSoVj and Lvmuider Chief 1040 Marlowe pacer 215 by Canada Chief who wanted to accomplish ber of men est Bank 237 three years old Aclhv sire ol dams of Governor 230 and Joe Dam Pattle Patched trial 2lSgrandaiu I tho Ivnchinir is 100 Sixty men have First 11111 L T esi Aine 14 4isirc 01 IleuetiuiH Hooker sire Maud Maeey 217 Ac of Chesuut Wilks 2211 by Mambriiio linr agreed to aid and linvo bound themselves 1 4 ley Frlcl 2I Frank Champ 210 lu Pntchen Hire of the dam of Juv Wlikcn Third dam tho dam of SotV that produced Charley West 227M Bachel B iifflWr a to suck inrougu uu resistance m inuiuu Blanche 22K by Imp Yorkshire siro of 215W Astral 2 18 Itomi Wilkes 2 1SK also sire dams of Mollie Wilkes 222 14 com and future trouble from tho Courts the dam of Ashland Chief siro of Black Klvira 2 184 iMeorn 218K Hourl 217 Allie Wilkes 222 4 Uncn 220 1 4 We M Cloud 217K and twenty nine others it tho20 list Ac Wilkes 228 In another column of this pnper will Second dan Mandy by Stanhopes lllood Fourth dam bv Woodpecker thoroughbred sire of Prince 2274 ten miles In 2808 J Secniid dam Madam Ilcadley dam of MM bo found an advertisement of n medicine Hawk sire of tho dam of Almont 2l7lA Mabel winner two year old Kentuckr Tho fee of Fayette Wilkes is within the nnd A ley Wilkes 22U known ns Chamberlains Colic Cholera Breeders Stake 1881 and Bapidun dam Third lain Pattle by Downlngs Vermont reach of nil and lower than that of any and Diarrcea Remedy for salo by Rose of Lock hurt 214 by Stanhopes Edwin sire of tliedamof Kuigma22it Mambrino horse of equal merit In Kentucky Season Jones of this place In almost overy Forrest 851 sire of Harry Stanhope 23U Uruce 2I0M sire of Kit Curry 218K MWor200TOIN8UUK neighborhood throughout the west there son of Edwin Forrest 4l sire of BlllvHw Hell Wilson 22V fllllH Vermont siro of kins 22d 1 Champagne 23u aud tht are some one or more persons whose lives lloiincr Boy 221 nnd sire of the dams of dams of So So 217 dam of All 80 It is Abel 224h Col Hradsluiw 220 Nellv have been saved by this remedy CLOUD 5105 Mambrino Dudlev 219 220 London L 22Ki hunbetta 221 Tho King 22JK natural for stich persons to take especial Ac 22 Out of the dam of Black Cloud 217K his Outlaw 221Ki Ienrl 2W pleasure in recommending the remedy to Third lam Mrs Stanhope bv Mambrino sire out of the dam of Wilson 2lo others The prniso that follows its in- Fourth dam Jessie by Thomas Jeffersonbind Chief II sire ot Lady Thorn 21 Wood Bav horse foaled March II 1881 Bred at lie is u beautiful black with right troduction and uso makes it immensely ankle white stands 15 baud hijh and isn ford Mambrino 221 and four other Ashland Park His sous sired Loudon 22 popular While it U intended especially perfect horse nil over having both bone and Pancnav SIItKD BYABDALLAH WKST 2383 sire of Patton 214 4 and 79 oth 221 for colic cholera morbus dysentery and substance combined with the form and finish Sire of Wilkin 227 ers His daughters produced Piedmont diarrluua it is also claimed to cure chron Â¬ characteristic of the cross he so well repre First dam the dam That Good Modlolno of Black Cloud 217K 217 1 4 Director 217 sire of Direrf ic diarrhoea If such bo the case it is sents viz Ilambletouiaii sire and Mambrino by Pilot Walker pacer Mr 0 D Cone attorney of Parker 218 1 4 pueiiiK 201 Margaret S 212U 1ateheii dam This cross stands as tho very Ac and 21 others in the 30 list I take pleasure in certainly a Godsend to many a poor best because public performances have de Second dam the Lluke Pacing Mare South Dakota says saying to tho public as I have to my mortal monstrated its value Of its many repre Notk Abdullah West 28i bv Allie West Fourth dam by Hunts Commodore sire of first dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson 211 dams of Commodore Belmont sire of fur Hcntativcs not one is the superior ot Bermufriends and acquaintances for the last In Favor of tho ltullrood by Clark Chief second dam Ohio by Douenster 228 1 4 Oera rie Belle 223 da for not one has demonstrated the same five years that 1 consider Chamberlains American Clay third dam brought from Judge Warren Montfort of tho Frank- Â¬ ability to train on from year to year begin nium 228 K Ac nnd MambrunelloFireof Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea llemedy lin Circuit Court on the 5th inst hand Ohio and represented to be bv Sadie Howe L j loin lirittou 220 c the best medicine for the purposes it is ed down his decision in the thirty cases nioir withorthe vearlinu form None arc bet Bellfoumler Abdallah West died nt six Fifth dam by Copperbottom jrraiidsire ol better looking ter bred vcttrs old He was the most promising dam of Uosuliud 221 intended that I over tried Since I have of tho Commonwealth vs the railroads and Donald 227 Ah a sire his success is assured a out of colt I ever bred Notk Happy West is a rich niiilioguiiy used it 1 would not bo without it I claiming exemption from under tho act eight his first crop two entered the list last West Cloud is a rich mahogany bay 15 bay 1G hands 2iiches hiijh and a horse if wns nlways subject to cholera morbus of 1884 involving 175000 State taxes year as two vear olds namely Bermuda Bov hands 2 luetics with black iiiuneundtail elegant style with as good action as any hail in fie track and Hosemary 225 and novor found anything elso that gives and 400000 for the counties His de- Â¬ 22 and black Icls cxteudiiii above knees and sou Hnppy Medium ever sired us two tho relief that this remedy docs I never cision wna in fnvor of tho rnilronds to Bermuda Boy being one of the largrst win- hocks He is a powerfully built horse for vears old lie could trot in 240 and nt would ning two vearolds of 1801 bU first units be leave homo without taking it with me the effect that the Hewitt law did not in foaled in 188 Judged at this age no his height and has the most finished set of have trotted in 230 at three years old had it and on many occasions have ran with it defeat the exemption ns claimed by stallion ever sired more uniform natural- - icci ano icg ii is possiDic 10 gei on a norse not been tor an accident on the cars lv to tho relief of somo sufferer and have the Commonwealth Attorney General gaited colts with speed unprecedented He of any breed As a two year old he gave which one of his hind legs was injured My children al- Hendrick took an appeal to tho Appel- will stand for mares season of 182 at 200 evidence of being possessed of remarkable causing him to have to be thrown out of never known if to fail TO INSUUK the money to be paid as fob speed as with little handling he trotted u training In this horse I have the utmott ways call for that good medicine when late Court 1 5 and miles in his work confidence as a great sire being by Happy 100 at the timeof service nnd the half mile in 118 lows they have a pain in tho stomach or in 249 At three years old he was not Medium one ot the most noted of the sons other 100 when the marc proves in foal Kyo noil Hkln Ointment by Rose it Jones ClinnibnrlnlfiH bowels For sale beiuglimited to thirty outside mures Par- trained owing to a very severe attack of of Hambletouitiu and out of a daughter of A ckktain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes lies wishing to breed to him had better book pink eye He also did no work on th- - track the great Allie West the second dam Is the as a four year old Asa five year old he was dam of Miss Mabel and Rnpidun who is her The People Pnrty Prospects Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old their mares early jogged and trained lightly more for the pur first colt produced Lockhart with a record A McShanc of Chronic Sores FeverSores Eczema Itch Ex Congressman John pose of ascertaining if he was entirely re- of 214 It is my intention to stand Hnppy Omaha in an interview at Chicago last Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles covered than with a view ot testing his West theseasou ot 1892 at50 IXSritANlK 2036 speed In a few months be trotted a full thus allording an opportunity to farmers anil week said The nomination of Weaver It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of mile in 238 and half in 115 The season breeders to secure the services of one of the by tho Peoples party nt Omaha may cases have been cured by it after nil other Inhibition trlul Oct 9 1885 22 It is put up in 20 Bay horse 15 hands 3 inches high foaled 1890 be served n few mares of mv own greatest speed producing representatives in mean that Nebraska will be carried by treatment had failed Mny a 1878 Tho handsomest son of his and was not put to work until September the country at a nominal price us he will be that party Tho party carried the State and GO cent boxes For sale by Rose great sire and the handsomest of any trot and his improvement was most remarkable limited t 30 mares Parties wishing to breed octDyl Legislature last eletion and it will only Jones Ho repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and I to him should apply early No other son of tint bred in the United States have to hold its own to do so this year SIRKI BY GKOltGK WILKES 222 mil fully oolivlnced he will with a seasons the great Happy Medium out of as ooda Mushed a Fiddle and Wn Killed The Peoples party is no weaker and is 2 20 I will let him serve dam stands at such a low figure but 1 11m Wilkes 2KIM Guy Wilkes training trot of Robert Lakes nnd George Wooley two Sire j Harry Wilkes pacer 2lo Wilson twenty mares in perhaps stronger than it wus last year season of 1892 outside of ten determined to let the public test his merit Mike 21 So so 2lA Wilcox pacer 216 0 INSURANCE Money as a sire believing in the near future he will of my own at Ex Oov Van Wick will no doubt be drunken toughs engaged in a fight nt 210 Kosa Wilkrs 218K Wiltdn 21SK Joe due when mare proves to be in foal be among the best in the country will Hrnsfield n small station on the R N I nominated for Governor and that 13 railroad in Madison county on the make a strong ticket Kansas may also foul have the usual privileges nml not proving the highly return bo carried by Jho Peoples party I do Fourth which resulted in tho former be haveMares bred bybred seasonand fillies outinof producing dams by a greaterofnumber ofI breed sound ires than finished trotters hind colts for sale high nny farm it the prominent ine For sale at prices based on nctuul individual merit I wish to farm or breed on the shares tuentv approved mares For further Jnfor- not believe Weavers nomination will ing tatally shot 111 the abdomen help tho party particularly but I supp- trouble over a woman nnd a violin Ashland Park Farm Lexington Ky ose- they couldnt have dono much bet- Â¬ Lukes mashed the instrument to pieces with his feet whereupon Wrooley shot ter Lakes will probably die Wooley him has beon arrested Wilkes Cult iflOO CO E H Itanium of Maitland Mo Druggists nnd all others who sell Ay writes under date Oct 25th as follows ers Ague Cure are authorized to guaran- Â¬ WHOIKSAIK DKAIKltS IN I enclose you order for Quinns Oint a cure in every instance Try this ment tho bottle I received from you tee medicine first some time since has saved a tine Wilkes A Disastrous Deluge Colt for mo worth 3000 It is a grand remedy Sold by Rose Jones The northern portion of the State of Mississippi was deluged Inst week with Illll Inrtoii Punctured tho heaviest nnd most disastrous rain Hill Partin a policemen of Middles that has fallen in years The water pour- Third Race ami Union SK Creeks were borough was shot and mortally wound- Â¬ ed down for two hours CINCINNATI O TffTyTaaSrassifMiiiiif ed at a negro picnic on tho 4th inst by transformed into rivers and the largo We currv the goods that will suit vour Hrnntley Smith a sou of Joel Smith streams into inland sens bridges were trade and our prices are TIIK LOWFST who was shot and slightly wounded by washed away and hundreds of cattle Special attention to mail orders Partin on election day lost May Tho drowned Tho crops were greatly dam BT0NEWALL shooting is tho outgrowth of that affair aged and in some localities tho cotton This combined young stallion will make Partin hnd heard that young Smtyh hnd crop was completely destroyed the season of 1812 at our stables in Hazel Record 240 Green Ky and will serve mares at TKN threatened to do him up for shooting his This stallion will make the tho complexion use Ayers Sarsap Livery Feed and Sale Stable HOLLA 1W TO IKSUHK A LIVING COLT season combined 10 TO INSURK A LIV For father and when they met tho matter of 1802 at money due wiien tlie mare lotus witli a lien was brought to a focus Tho two men arilla It brings blooming health to wan on colt until the money is paid or if the INC COLT money due when the iimrf -- pulled their guns and bogan an imcheeks HAZEL GREEN KY mare is parted with or hied to another foals is parted with or bred to another borne with n lien on the colt until the sea promptu duel in tho midst of the crowd horse the inoiiev is then due -Dead In Line Double nnd Single son moncv is paid Eight or ten shots were fired Smith OKSCKI IT ION AXI IKDIOItKI Higs and Saddle Horses On Tuesday afternoon of last week the This stallion will be nt the stables of J H was unhurt whilo Partin was struck GOLD DUST is 7 vears old the8th davof convey Mav 1802 for hire Parties Tammany committee of twenty four met haiidshigh a beautiful chest Cecil one mile from Kzel the ilrstMid twice once in tho leg and again in tho lf ed to any point on reason- - nut with star and white hind feet beautiful third weeks of each month and at W u abdomen the latter wound is thought and indorsed the platform of principles nn nble terms His power style and action Henrys 2K miles west ot West Liberty nt mane and tail enunciated by the Chicago Convention to bo necessarily fatal Caney the second and fourth weeks He was sired by Senator and pledged its earnest nnd untiring will also attend to all calls for auc- are unsurpassed niackburii he by Dillard Dudlev he by each mouth The following clipped from tho Bur- support to tho nominees of that conven- Â¬ tioneering and solicit business of this kind John Dillard the graudsire of Phil Thomp INSCRIPTION AND PKDIGRKK Respectfully Ac Rav with black points seven years old lington Junction Mo Post contains tion Cleveland nnd Stevenson son record 210 Fric McClotul nnd Nick IfOH X II P1KUATT with records better than 22i His dam was this spring Wh hands high Sired by Mum information of no httlo value to persouB hehv R W Farley Waltlmm Mn8 wns sired bv the Phillips horse the sire of lllue brino Forrest be bv Ned Forrest Jr Kdwia troubled with indigestion Sims Ned Forrest he by Alexanders cured of grny hair hy Halls Hair Heiiew he bv Gen Tavlor ike deans For some years tho editor of the Pout 2nd Also at the same stables will be found tho Forrest 1st lain bv Mambrino Chief has been subject to crump colio or flu of er dam bv Virginia IVhin 3d dnm bySirAr- elegantly bred voting trotting Stallion indigestion that prostrated lilm for several All tint Party Present clue Forrest Stonewalls 1st dam by Jlrowii hours nml unfitted htm for business for two Stonewall 2d dam b Tom Crowder 3d diua Tho Peopled party convention had a or throo days afterward About A yoiu ago by Halls Copperbottom 1th dam by Old wo called on S J Butcher druggist and larger 11 u 111 ho rot delegates than any con Â¬ Who will serve a limited number of ap Fancy by Old Rrown Pilot asked for something to ward oif uu nttuuk vention which has met thin year but proved mines at TKN DOLLARS TO IN mares left witn Good care will be Unit whs already making life hideous Mr very few SlKK A LIVING COLT on same terms us us but we will not taken of were attracted to Omaha jieoplo lie responsible for iuCh Hotelier hundcu us a bottle of Chamber above This U an in Â¬ dents should any occur ItuVs Collo7 Cholera nml Dinrrhien Iteinedy outside ot tho delegate1 I USC 111 IT ION AND ICDKIIIKK IIKNItY CFCIL We took tho medicine according to direc- dication that the delegates entbrnccd a POST UOY JR was sired by Post Row West Liberty Kv largo proportion of the party tions and not only found relief on that on by Magic CURES NOTHING BUT PILES record 223 he Stoner 22 sire of Clemmie cuttton but have several times since tried G 215 Alice Mystery 22S mt Us virtues and found relief in every In Â¬ Qulot on tho Itio Oi midft Ac dnm Mollie Finery sired by Strnthnioro ITB1 stance Wo take this method of aeknowl telegram A SURE and CERTAIN CURE sire of Santa Clans 217 Tucker 2lt UjL received a Gen edging tho euro to all others subject to In from Schofield has in command of tho known for 10 years as tho BEST Gen Wheaton digestion Hummer 21U Chnrles Sister V 218 Thiseionbined voung Stallion will nuiKf REMEDY FOR Department of Texas stntmg thnt he rrtptrtdbyKICIUHDSOVrAYIUHUKD PILES For sale by Rose Jones CO Derby 220 Fnnstlno 225 Ronnie Wilmore the present season of 182 Clj miles train STL0UI3 knows of no renewal of tho Garza troul Rlueberrr 221 nnd a number of Hnzel Green nt the stable of David H lUw 222 les along the Mexican frontier and that llltten lly h Tarautuln others in the 230 II t POST ROYIR is nt the low price of 1 MAUPIN a beautiful chestnut with no marks 7 ears Whilo Peter Mack a fruit dealer of quiet and peace prevail along the border XT XX WITH Colt 6 to old May lrth 1802 hands 3 inches liigh Parkorsburg W Va was engaged in and gives piomUe of being heard from in alive wid Money colt is cutting bananas off a bunch for a custo Do Business With a Home Institution D the future niuoiig trotters Any one who Is a lien oil due when season fouled is paid monev colt until mer in front of his store a largo taran Â¬ fnmiliar with Sidners Post Roy will readily Tom ClUMi will be I vears old the litn WHOLESALE DRY GOODS tula sprung out and bit him on tho recognizo Post Roy Jr Mav He in 1JV linnds hluh hns tine NOTIONS IlOOTtf SHOES Ac fincrer Mack knocked tho tarantula off And last but not least will be found at day ofnun THE CLAY CITY color three minuie h e and ran into the store where he quickly CATLETTSBURG KY feCly He a finewoidu ioi M t appreiiatedJAtK lratrr tieu a piece 01 twiuo aoovo too wound x l1 wioNret by the well knownIHis first InqWlillHpH horse Ho then cut as tight as he could DINOFELDER Nayi Jvuh by Rlackhawk nnd she out 01 his finger open and squeezed out tho Vt- WITH Who will serve mares at TKN DOLLARS mare by Rav llif singer he by th Love CLAY CITY KY blood which had turned black As soon III L in BK iiirm horse a MVWNU liijT on iu as nboye tdescribed ThisXlfck sanm lIllnoJsr-WiK-lrii- terstiiiidard bred rse wasllillt kllllllleel us possible tlo man got a pint of whisky out of it ho terms has u 50000 ami drank the wholo of it lie wns very Capital CO superior ns n good lireeder M ited irLinia niaic sick for several hours but it is believed Tom Ck is a uood individual is ltev- t tare will lie taken to prevent nccidents FLOYD DAY FRANK R RUSSKLIi r 1 ho is not dangerously poisoned The Importers nnd Jobbers of but we will not be responsible should anv oc ing hiiiiKclfn line breeder mid his colts Cashier President cur tarantula measured about four inches in JT DAYACO large good color nnd show fiuo coinbitiH No Rank in FHStcrn Kentucky hits better qualities AND NOTIONS All care will be taken to prevent Acci vaults nor better facilities for keeping your DRY GOODS CLARENDON dents hht should nnv occur I will not nc Itemednocouut Munuged entirely by home people A OunrHiitneri Cor Limestone nnd Short fits V 11 ROSh and r Megrimine tho only permanent cure who know youyou who tire always ready to Nos 537 539 and 54- 1Lkxivoton Ky resjouslble1802 4 A ni S accommodate lor all tortus 01 heauacne aim neuralgia Y II BOSWELL PnoiWCTOit 4rMoney to loan on reasonable rates -- Wrcst Mnin Street relieves the pain in from IS to JO min- Â¬ Call on us The justly celehrated 5 There has been added nn Annex with 20 ute For sale on positive guarantee at 1 hirge well ventilated rooms Street Curs LOUISVILLE KY Tit Hkjuld office or sent postpaid by you am pass the door cvCry five minutes Located are sold nt this office nt IV cents u dozen DONT forget thefnot thnt this ollico Job printing cheap nt this oiiice mail oa receipt of prico 60 cents a box nnd the best pencil in town at 5c npiecc within two squares of depot best writing paper nt II h A few - MMKKIfi -- j AS HLftND PARK STALLIONS F0RJ892 lj HAPPY BERMUDA I y I -Â¬ 1 1 m Â¬ Â¬ I J 1 1 1 1 1 1 WEST 1 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FAYETTE WILKES SSfiZS B J TREACY LOUIS STIX Â¬ -- Dry Goods notions H c Â¬ Â¬ GOLD DUST J PIERATT t 40RREST -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tSS fcl Â¬ Â¬ TABLETS Dll C I BUCKEYEJJkt OINTMENT I POST BOY JR Â¬ I Â¬ 1 Â¬ Olll lyilAA Insure a Living -- 1 Â¬ H CARPENTER t National banK I J GEN JOHN M iauitr r rnTWAT0NjrsLJlv I J v Wy 1 I ROBINSON 1 Â¬ Â¬ THE 1 tfCJ iV i t t