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V SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor HzehGreen HeemDv V EIGHTH YEAll occasions greeted Miss Mollie Douglass call of tho Chairman R II Vansant We believe this is true today Tho and her class of young folks on Monday met at tho National Hotel in Mt Ster Â¬ tho ling Ky nt two oclock p m July Gth Prohibitionists have nominated candi Â¬ last at tho Kentucky Palisades occasion being tho opening day of the 1802 Present Clark B A Tracoy dates who will not carry a singlo Stato Kentucky Palisades more generally Chr Elliott It II Vausnnt Chr Es Tho Peoples party has nominated can Â¬ didates who may carry a few Republican known as the High Bridge Camp Grounds till W II McCarty proxy Floyd R otates of tho West and it is claimed they Miss Douglass was invited about threo H Vansant proxy Leo II R French weeks ago by Prof Briston to prepare proxy Magoffin will carry some States of the South W M Kendall Mcnefeo Jas II Williams For Western Republicans to voto for a program for tho Fourth and in this proxy Montgomery II It French Chr Gen Weaver is to insure the election of short timo she presented ono of tho most Chr uniquo entertainments wo havo over wit Â¬ Morgan W M Kendall Chr Piko It Mr Cleveland o For Southern Democrats to vote for nessed by amateurs Tho day sot for tho II Vansant proxy Powoll B A Tra Â¬ Wolfe It H Vansant Gen Weaver will be to mako Mr Har opening of The Palisades being on tho cy proxy glorious Fourth Miss Douglass decided proxy risons calling and election sure On motion H R French was olected Hence our readers must decide merely on a military drill by twenty four young ladies and gentlemen dressed in tho most Secretary Tho following resolution was between Harrison and Cleveland for one artistic costumes of our Nations colors adopted of these two is certain to bo President Bo it resolved That a District Con Â¬ Home and Farm has no trouble in de Tho drill was led by Miss Minnio Haw Â¬ kins who acted as Captain and so easy vention bo held on August 31 1892 at 9 ciding for itself this question As far as the currency issue is concerned there is and graceful did she give her commands oclock a m at Estill Springs Estill no material difference between tho Re that every one was loud in their praise county Ky to nominate n Democratic publican platform and tho Democratic of her success as well as that of her candidate for Congress from tho Tenth No well drilled soldier could Congressional district Tho basis of rep platform and no great difference between company Mr Harrisons views und Mr Clevelands have found fault with tho drill for there resentation shall bo ono for each two so that matter is for the time at least was not ono step too many nor ono taken hundred or fraction over ono hundred put aside The three great issues in our out of time It was a perfect military votes cast for Governor Brown Resolved That county maBs moctlngs judgment on which tho election must drill and Miss Douglass certainly shows a great deal of skill in arranging a novel or precinct meetings as tho County turn are these affair Commltteo may determine shall bo held Every Department Overflowing to its utmost capacity First The Tariff is not a This catch penny sale of nny kind but good honest values and qualities During tho drill tho class sang many in each county to Bolect delegates to tho Second The Force Bill at fair prices During the coming week we will display full of tho old war songs so well suited to tho District Convention Tho mass meet Â¬ Third Extravagant Expenditures lines of Mens and Boys Clothing representing the lead The McKinley bill is in our judgment occasion and which made tho Glorious ings shall bo held at 2 oclock p m on ing and best manufacturers in the United States and a day to be romembered with Saturday August 27 1892 If precinct a blight on our industries It is not Fourth Europe We will forfeit our reputation of thirty pleasure by those who wcro present meetings are called they Bhnll bo hold on years standing in Lexington We have nevprotection but robbery Laws of this er failed to Keep our promises heretofore Next on tho program was a host of tho 25th day of August at 2 oclock p character are the chief source of our Gypsies all beautiful young ladies of tho in nnd tho County Convention shall bo woes and prosperity will never bo seThat we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 5 cured by nny device until we do away brunette type and arrayed in the most held nt 2 oclock p m on August 27th That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 10 It was further resolved that all Demwith war tariffs and with protective gorgeous costumes of all tho brilliant colors so much loved by tho Gypsy ocratic nowspnpers in tho district bo re Â¬ That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at S15 tariffs and reduce our taxes on imports I That we will sell you the best to a revenue basis The Democratic They entered the tent from among thick quested to publish these proceedings Suit at 20 platform on this issue speaks in no un- Â¬ foliage with their tambourine gingling Tho Committee adjourned to meet at That we will sell you the best Men s Suit at 25 and singing those weird songs that ono Estill Springs Ky at 0 oclock p in certain terms It is as follows We denounce Republican protection ns n at once began to shiver in anticipation August SO 1892 OUR MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT R H Vanbant Chr fraud u robbery of the great majority of of what their fortunes would be if told i I t n TT I 9 V ik f the American people for the benefit of the by these beautiful fortuno tellers H R French Secy They work is tne nnesi in me unueu mates uur sutlers anu lit men are nrst We are doing the largest business we have ever done class artists few We declnre it to be u fundamental ascended the stage and went through First Appellate DUtrict Court Come and make your selections early principle of the Democratic party that the some bewildering graceful dances and At a meeting of tho Democratic Ex- Â¬ Federal Government bus no constitutional then assuming the lounging attitudes so ecutive Committee for tho First Appel Â¬ power to impose and collect turlfl duties of tho tribe Miss Mary late district held in tho city of Mt Ster Â¬ except for the purposes of revenue only characteristic Mann appeared in their midst and Rang ling on tho Gth day of July 1892 presand demand that the collection of such taxes shall be limited to the necessities of a Gypsy song in that sweet and unas ent R H Vansant Chairman EPolk the government when honestly and ecomic suming manner which is so wholly her Johnson by his proxy R H Vanimnt ally admisteicd own This solo was followed by ono by and C B Poyntz by his proxy and Z TAILORS LEADING CLOTHIERS and In our judgment this is the most im- Â¬ Miss Birdie Stevens who is so well known T Young portant and the boldest political declar here and her appearance on tho stage KENTUCKY Resolved that a delegated convention ation that has come from either of the alaways brings a storm of applause She be called to meet in Catlottsburg Boyd H4e04eQGMG66 Q46664464064 6666A6AaaAAfr6ae4 is a tiny graceful little creature has a couuty Ky on the 18th of August 1892- HS3H5 great political parties since the war g44mMMMM444404Mi 4Gr bwwwwwvwwwwwvwvw ewvvweveoooOwwfrwvvow is not all back of Mr Har- bird like voice aud her acting is very at 2 oclock p n to nominate But this a Demo Â¬ rison stalks the Force Bill a bill which fetching cratic candidate for Judge of tho Court would do infinite mischief throughout The flower celebration was beyond our of Appeals in the First Appellate Dis Â¬ IHMHIMIIIIIIHII tho South The Republican platform description but it was thing of beauty trict of Kentucky It was further endorses the Force Bill and in an inter- which must bo seen to be appreciated Resolved That tho Democrats of said Mb J I Case Hickory jrovo Karm nome -- view Mr Harrison himself reiterates and lack of time prevents ub from trying district meet in their respective coun- Â¬ itafT WSmUSZuJSST lOicinc Wis says Artcr trying j his views on the subject of Ho believes in to give an outline of The young ladies ties at tho Court Houses thereof at 2 every known remedy I removed o largo Bunch of two years ntnndlnp rrom a 3 year old Ally 5 the Force Bill and would be glad to ex- were all in white and wearing flowers to oclock p m on tho 13th day of August with threo applications of ecute it represent their parts Miss Corrino Hed 1892 to select delegates to attend said Furthermore Mr Harrison reveals his gen was chosen queen aud made tho dain convention Each county will bo enti Â¬ attitude towards the Southern people by tiest little ruler that subjects ever served tled to ono vote for each two hundred tho best preparation I have ever usea or noara s appointing a negro named Crum post The chorus in this piece was strong tho votes cast for John Young Brown for 2 or I heartily recommend It to ull Uor8emen solos sweet aud tho duct by Misses Mann Governor and tho Democratic papers master at Charleston S C rftHriMfc We have hundred c such tcitimonlalt 2 Again the four years of Mr Harrison and Douglass was especially sweet of said First Appellate district aro re Â¬ Price 81 30 per bottle Aak your druggist for It If ho havo been marked by unbounded extravLittle Maudie Gibbons a Miss of nine quested to publish tho proceedings of do not keep It send u 25c stampo or silver for tml 6ox AUMm z TRACK MASK CO WMtcliaii W B EDDY agance Every appropriation bill has recited the aud this meeting Kentucky Belle Ex- brought tears to many eyes swollen to enormous proportions This little R H Vansant Chairman traordinary expenses have characterized girl is a marvel Tim Hllver Flunk Explained Miss Douglass has been requested to every department This recklessness in By tho coinage plank of Its platform scattering the peoples money has con- givo this entertainment in this city and adopted at Chicago tho Democratic par taminated tho Democratic Congress and if she does wo bespeak for her a fino ty pledges itself to coin Bllver on tho AT THE tho appropriations under Crisp will near- house which she most certainly deserves same terms on which gold is coined Lexington Transcript ly equal those under Reed to maintain tho parity of the silver gold We need a giant to grapple with such 1atriotlit mill Nlneerc aud paper money issued by tho United an evil Wo need a man in tho White Mr Clevelands neighbors in the States and to abolish tho oxistlng pre- Â¬ House wjio has the honesty and tho Massachusetts town where he spends his mium on gold by tho repeal No of tho Bull- Â¬ courago to defy the politicians of both summer vacation called upon him tho ion Storage act through which silver Regular Meals 25 Cents Break fart from C a m parties and hold them to a strict accoun Meals to Order at All Hours other day to offer their congratulations bullion is demonetized nnd tho coinage 100 a m Dinner from 10 a m to S p M Supper from 5 p m U 9 p m Oys- - tability to the people In his reply Mr of silver discontinued Tho Democratic upon his nomination Lamb Fries Fish Chickens and Quails a specialty Open from 5 a m to 12 For these reasons we believe that it is Cleveland gave expression to a senti- theory bimetallism aud of tho free coin- Â¬ to tho interest of the farmers- - North ment that ought to bo remembered dur- Â¬ age of CUS LUICART Proprietor tho precious metals is clearly elu- Â¬ South East and West that Mr Cleve Â¬ ing the campaign I am happy in tho cidated in the Chicago platform Tho land bo elected president JOHN M ROSE B G JONES belief he said that you suspect mo no declaration of tho free coinage principle His success will end forever tho Force more than I do you of any desire to in- without which tho bimetallic standard Bill it will make certain the radical jure the interests of tho people and of the can not bo maintained meets tho do reduction of the tariff it will insure the country Therefore while wo may differ mauds of bimetallists and at tho same adoption of a policy of economy and in politics we will differ good naturedly time cuts away the ground from under DEALERS IN- retrenchment Why can the feet of the advocates of the single and still bn good neighbors When these reforms are secured wo not we all remember that that while wo gold standard The Democratic party shall bo able to deal more wisely and believe the party of tho opposing party will not only restore tho equality of sil- Â¬ directly with tho currency HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY to be wrong and dangerous yet those ver with gold in coinage but it will Let ub not deceive ourselves we are who support it may be and for tho most maintain tho silver the gold and the wy a complete line of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Dress Cleveland or Harrison for tho part are sincere aud patriotic in their paper dollar at par with each other It oods Gents Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Patent Medi to havo four years Should Weaver carry purpose and still may bo good neighbors has declared a policy that will he Mttis- next prices a single Southern State it would simply and good flne8 Saddles Harness and sell FOR CASH Times factory to all Democrats West aqd East A11 goods mean tho election of Harrison wver than ever before seen in Hazel Green aud by this declaration of policy it in- Â¬ Aycrs Pills promptly relieve stomach vites the support of all who are opposed guaranteed as represented or money refunded We do not believe the Southern troubles correct foul breath and an un Â¬ to the single gold standard to the unnat- Â¬ farmers are ready for this Home and ural premium on gold and to a forced pleasant taste and euro constipation contraction of the currency St Louis NEATLY CHEAPLY and PROMPTLY EXE Farm Republic Job printing cheap at this office Send your order I lJ I I UWD I Subscribe for T hk IIujialu 1 a year CUTED AT THIS OFFICE ih J22222222 Of a Noisy World With Nows From All Nations Lumbrlng at His Back 100 A YEA If Afways In Advance HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY ICY r FRIDAY JULY 22 1802 NUMBER 18 v The Greatest Effort OF HmwKHgggjj THE DISTRICT COMM1TTE aiiu i iiriniT Hum cihhmo iUiMH Tiicm MU Mnllltt DoiikIuhO lomth of Inly Hn Tor tlio Tenth CoiiKruMHloiml IMMrlot irrwimiimiii ni tiim 1aiiNiKiim Somo months Homo and Farm said Meets One of tho most refined and apprecia Â¬ Tho District Commltteo of tho Tenth the people in 1892 would havo to choose between Cleveland and Harrison for tive audiences we havo ever scon on such Congressional district pursuant to a CLEVELAND OR HARRISON AT HIGH BRIDGE President LIVES Â¬ HIWBtiL IN THE History0fLexington ow DisplaySpri Â¬ Louis Gus Straus mm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4 Jlens L G STRAUS FINE Â¬ Â¬ LEXINGTON HWWWWW Â¬ jArlriJiiWBi Jfty-Kye-S- Â¬ Â¬ QUINNS OINTMENT j Â¬ rlJllUiiWHf39few EiriS Â¬ Â¬ ffiBANl Â¬ 1 English Kitchen 12 W Short Â¬ Street Lexington Ky Â¬ Â¬ HOSIG to JOKTJBS -- Â¬ cuunftA MwmmmBim c at citleiis-J-Phllabelp- hfa -- ilflR DDTMTIMfT nib - V r - w- i - r w f S again smoothing as sho walked the for ton years she did not hear from him scattered locks of gray hnlr falling un- Â¬ but John was different and steady and der tho pumpkin hood and keeping her when he came of ago sho had given him SPENOER COOPER Publiihcr scant black gown out of renchof briers her farm with the provision she should Across another field then on through a always havo a home otherwlso ho KY leafy lano where the wood waH hauled would have gone away too Well for HAZEL GREEN in winter there through a gap in a five years they were happy when John stump fence with its great branching married and his wife had grown to WHERE I WOULD RATHER LIVE arms like a petrified octopus to the think her a burden as the years went on and the children when they grew dusty highroad OX all the placet on tho earth Id rather llvonrul Not a soul In sight In the coming twi Â¬ big did not care for her and she felt die lived too long the children and the light theres ono a queer old fashloncd nest mid scoldingJohn who made her so unhap she Ihad growed so lonesome she said it wife fcrcen trees waving high Its not n bit HUo modern style Its paint Is py would not be home for an hour yet seems I couldnt take up heart to livo faded gray day by day an yit I knowed our folks for it was a long drive to East Mills Us window panes nro small and wry and Down tho steep hill went the brave was long lived Ten years back when climbing roses play At hldo and sock upon tho walls and In the little figure followed by an odd shadow Sam wroto mo ho was doin fair an casement wldo of itself in the waning light and by sent me money 1 begun to think of Whcro sunbeams strolto with soothing touch tiny stones that rolled so swiftly they him for he was alius generous an kind two kittens sldo by side Â¬ boy an so I began tho sloping roof a qulot green has gathered passed her often and made her look be an the gralcfulest hind with a start to see if a pursuer to save to go to him fur I knowed 1 with tho years could work fur my board fur a good And at tho end piled Btono on Btonc a chimney was coming wldo appears many years to come Fur three years Theyd put me in an asylum sure Theres bucIi a mossy old brick walk loads from sho murmured wildly as site trudged he aint hardly wroto but I laid that to tho unhinged gato the wild kentry he lived in I said through rows of pinks and mlgonctte and along At the foot of the hill she sat down bars an Injuns dont skcer mc none plncys robed in state Fho lilacs nod their purplo plumes to npplo upon an old log and waited for tho fur when I was a gal ip in Aroostuk blossoms pink train Across the road guarded by a kentry there was plenty of both an as And hollyhocks besldo tho fenco tho early dew big sign Look out for the engine fur bulTorlers them horned cattle dont drops drlmk ran two parallel iron rails that were to skcer me none fur Ivo been used to a A mother hen with downy brood Is scratching by tho well be her road when tho big monster farm alius But the loncsomcness of tn now nrcssod beds of whoso smooth form should come panting around the curve these medders has sorter upsot me an theres nothing left to tell At last the dull rumble sounded a made me think every day Sam was fur Â¬ Tho wldo plazzaB ourtaincd with cool vines shrill whistle and she hurried to the ther off than I ever calelated on whoso trumpets sing A honeyed song to humming birds and bceson track waving her shawl to bignal But what will you do if Sam aint in listening wing Tins in tho conductors vernacular Denver asked the farmer now often in their fragrant Bhado concealed I hev put my faith in Providence was a cross roads station Where he Xromstrlfo and caro Utopian visions In tho deep old was used to watch for people waving she answered simply and the stranger Ivo dreamed rocking chair articles frantically The train stopped could not mar that trust by any word Beyond tho opened door upon tho old oak floor and this passenger was helped aboard of warning of tho hall eyed old lie gave her his address as he got off And scattered on tho stairs aro toys rug dol- lie noticed sho was a bright very neat and preoise lady at the Nebraska line nnd told hor to lies top and bull How fur he asked Ah what confusion sometimes reigns as with send him word if she needed help their happy play llostin With a warm hand clasp he parted from Dear pitty patand tlppy too beguile tho llvo he said her to join the phantoms in her memory Git there in the inornin long day Thcros grand disorder through tho rooms but standing waiting for the money as sho of folks that had bin kind to her God such a welcomo cheer opened a queer little reticule where bless em and tho train went rumb- Â¬ No prim fastidious chill has iced this genial at- wrapped in a clean cotton handker ling on its wa3 mosphere But many of the passengers had lis- Â¬ Youre just as apt to llnd your hat and gloves or chief under her knitting was her purse with her savings of long years tened to her story and were interested coat and cano On floor or chair as In tho rack and hang them the little sums Ham had sent when lie and they came to sit with her there again One pale little lad in the scat in front first began to prosper in the west and Tho tablo tops dont always shine and In tho some money she had earned herself by turned around to look at her now and dust youll find then and to answer her smile He Odd llgures llttlo hands havo traced to bo by knitting and berry picking lovo defined At a cross roads as they went swiftly Was going to the new country for health Theres sometimes sugar on the board Borne- - on she saw tho old sorrel horse the and wealth poor lad only to find eter- Â¬ tlmCB an empty bowl famnal rest in the sunny laud but his last Perhaps a fork or spoon thats lost and in the rattling wagon and John with his ily driving homeward She drew back days brightened by the reward of his cloth a hole Ivo seen a cobwob on tho wall It softened with a little orj fearing he might see thoughtful act of kindness every tone She probably brought these boys her and stop the train but they went As wires to aid acoustics do each echo sweoter on so fast that could not be and the up he thought and denied her life grown Is she to die unrewarded I O what delight tho children And in their wro old horse jogged into tho woods and for them butterfly John never thought his old Aunt Han Â¬ wonder There cannot be any good in Tho lamps dont always burn tls true but nah his charge for twenty long years the world if that be theros another light He thought of her and took out his That mellows every Bhado of gloom loves was running away At 1oston a kindly conductor bought poor purse there was so little monej in gleaming noft nndlirlght No ceremony stiff repels tho visitor or mc her a through ticket for Denver it too every cent made a big hole in his And kindly hands will ever stop to make a cup a long journey for an old lady store but the consciousness of a good Its o tea deed was worth something What tho tho broom has gono astray or stitches Kkc you he sum liut Im peart for my age she said I maynt have the chance to do many loso their place I never lied a days sick Â¬ more thought the lad buttoning his Tho Blruplo mculs aro seasoned with the anxiously sweetest kind of gruco worn overcoat ness since I was a gal What tho tho carpotB worn to rags or door Going all the way alone lie slipped off without a word at a knobs out of style she answered station and sent a telegram to Denver With Providence Affection glows upon tho hearth lifes lighted with a smile brightly alert and eager to help her- Â¬ To Samuel Blair for he had Then lot mo llvo and let mo die if I must dlo at self but silent and thoughtful as the caught tho name from her talk Your all strange landscapes Aunt Hannah Blair of Maine is on the Vhoro every joy and cvory pain that to a mor- - train took her into where the miles went so swiftly it W W train coming to jou talfall Aro blended with devoted love affection warm seemed like the oust years of her life It was only a straw but a kindly and swcot as sho looked back on them wind might blow it to the right one aft- Â¬ VTbcrtothuros enough of honest caro to mako Thy works is marvelous she mur- Â¬ er all onos rest complete filled with fragrant bloom and mured often sitting with her hands Where summers When he was sitting there after his winters bright and ctacor folded and few idle days had there message had gono on its way she That touch each day with foud caress and mako been in her world where she had sat leaned over and handed him a pepexistence dear nesting birds contented sing as through and reste d for so long permint drop from a package in her Whcro In the day coach the people wero k ind pocket tho elm troo old Tho sun beams play with shadows sliding down and generous sharing their baskets You dont look strong dearie she their bars of gold seeing that she changed said haint ye no folks with ye Whore soinc ono always fills my pipe and In with her and ears right and her carpet bag was safe None on earth tho twilight glow Brings gown and slippers with a kiss I dearly She was like any of the dear old grand Were botli lono ones she smiled lovo to know mas in eastern homes or to grizzled An how sad it bo there aint no one to Whero sorrows molt within tho light of sym- men and weary women like the mem Â¬ fuss over ye an bo keerf nl of the drafts pathy and caro Becomes a pastlmo In tho hands my jewels ory of a dead mother as faint and fur an keep flannel alius on your chist that away as the scent of wild roses in a is good for tlte lungs Bwcotly wear Hare diamonds ot constancy rich rubles flash hillside country burylng gronnd She You are very kind to take an inter- Â¬ ing love tended babies for tired women and est in me he smiled but I am afraid Beep sapphires of faith and jKiarls ot kindness talked to the men of farming and crops it is too late from above Yes give mo gentlo peace thats proved by fleet or told the children Bible stories but Another night at weary slumber in ing signs of strife never a word sho said of herself not the uncomfortable cramped scats and Tho melody of Home Sweet Homo Bung by one then the plains began to be dotted with doar babes and wife On again guided by kindly hands villages and soon appeared the stragO lot me llvo und let mo die when eer tho time through the great bewildering city by gling outskirts of a city the smoke of shall come Within the blooming gardens realm my quaint tho lake and now through a yet mills tho gleam of the Platte river and old cottage homo L stranger land Tired and worn by night a networlc of iron rails bright and Gcorgo 15 Howen in Sunday Inter Ocean in the uncomfortable scats her brave shining as tho ran shrieking into spirit began to fall a little As the the labyrinth oftraindestination its THE RUNAWAY wide level plains lonely and drear This is Denver and Ill look out for dawned on her sight she sighed often you as well as I can the lad said to ltH How Aunt Hannah Sought and a gray a dreful big world sho said to her bearded old farmor near her I wont bo no burden she said Found Peace so big I feel eenmost lost In it but 1 havo twenty dollars yet brightly across them deserts like and thats a sight of money hopefully Would Ihcy put her in tho asylum this long ago Providence sent a star to sho wondered If they caught her Tho train halted to let the eastward Folks would surely think sho was crazy guide them wlso men of the enst an I bound express puss there was an air Sho Btoppcd at the Btone wall to rest haint lost my faith of excitement in tho car passengers and looked back timorously ut tho old Hut as the day wore on and still tho getting ready to depart gathering up t arulllarscene Far bohlnd her stretched long monotonous land showed no luggage and wraps and some watching tho meadow a symphony of olive and human habitation no oasis of green the newcomers and the rows of strange green in the late fall Here and there her eyes dimmed something like a sob faces on the outward bound train by a sunken bpwlder stood soldierly rose under the black kerchief on the of tho ear slammed sudden Â¬ goluenrou or berry bushes clothed now bowed shoulders and tho spectacles ly The door and a big bearded man with eager in scarlet and Kolcf At Intervals in tho were taken on5 with trembling hund look Â¬ the long Blopo stood solitary trees whero and put away carefully In tho worn tin blue eyesj came down to aisleHe ing sharply from right left had fluttering brittle leaves fell in tho gen Â¬ case loft Denver on the express to meet thin tlo chill ar In summer time sho re Â¬ Ho yo goin fur mother said tho train Ills glance fell on the tluy blaelc membered woll tho haymakers in the old farmer figure ahade and tho jug with ginger water Ho had brought her a cupful of cof Why Aunt Hannah he cried with sho made for tho men was kept there fco at tho last station and had pointed a break in his voice to bo cool out on tho way things ho thought might Sho put out her trembling hands and Sho scorned na sho Bat there to re Â¬ intorest her fell into tho big arms tears streaming member everything Tho houso was To Denver all right sho was sure of that tho koy Wal wal youre from Now Eng Â¬ down tho wrinkled face 1 knowed Providence would let me was under tho kitchen doormat tho land Ill bo bound find you Sam sho said brokenly and flro was out in tho stove and tho cat From Maine sho answered and locked in tho bam thon sho grew communicative for sho no ono smiled when tho big man sat Sho held her worlchardencd palm to was always a chatty old lady and sho down besldo her and with a gentle hand her sldo punting a little for it was a had possessed her soul in silence so wiped her tears away Why Ivo sent John twenty dollars good bit of n walk across tho meadow long and ib was a roliof to toll tho story eighty years old on her of hor veary years of jvaltlug to a kind Â¬ a month for five years foryou ho said and sho was angrily as sho told him why sho ran last birthday Tho cows foodlng lookod ly llstonor and ho said you couldnt write homelike and pleasant Sho told him all tho relations sho had nwny sho said aloud wero two grandnophews and their fam- for you had a stroke and was helpless Qood by critters manys tho time Ive druv yo homo ilies That twenty years ago Sam for and Ivo written to you often and sent an milked yo an i alius let yo eat by sho had brought them both up when you money Its hard for a man to call the way nor nover hurried yo as tho their parents died of consumption that his own brother a villain We wont Sam boys done she said gcntlj talces so many of our folks went out With a JavawoU glauco sho went on west Ho was ulwavs adventurous and Well just forgit it And I wont bo a Hazel Green Herald Â¬ burden to yo fur I kin work yit and fur years to come Work indeed l Dont I owo you ovcrything And my wife hau longed for you to come There aro so fow dear old aunts In this country thoyro prized I tell you Why it is as good as a royal coat of arms to havo a dear handsome old woman like you for a re- Â¬ lation Then ho found out who sent tho tele- Â¬ gram and paid the lad who blushed like a girl and did not want to take it I suppose you want a job said tho Well I can givo you one big man In the food commission business Im Give you something light Lots of your sort poor hid out here All tho refer- Â¬ ence I want is that little act of kind- Â¬ ness to Aunt Hannah Heros tho depot Aunt Hannah and you wont seo the bears and Injuns and buffaloes you were talking about bnt the prettiest and sunniest city you ever setyour dear eyes on Ho picked up tho carpet bag faded and old fashioned not a bit ashamed of it though it looked us if Noah might have carried it into the ark They said good by and the last seen of her was her happy old face beaming from a carriage window as she rolled away to what all knew would bo a happy home for tho rest of her life Farm and Fireside VALUED i jyjf COPYRIQHT IB31 between tho help thats talked of tnd tho help thats guaranteed Which do you want when youre buying medicine If youre satisfied with words yoa get them with every blood purifier Theres a wide difference but one That one is Dr Pierces that you get a guarantee If it doesnt help you you havo your money back On this plan a medi cino that promises help is pretty sure to give it But its because tho medicine ia different that its sold differently flrs not like the sarsaparillas which nro said to bo good for tho blood in March April and May At all seasons and in all cases it cures permanently as nothing else can all tho diseases arising from a tor pid liver or from impure blood Its tho best blood - purifier and its tho cheapest no matter how many doses are offered for a dollar With this you pay only for tho good you get Can you ask more Golden Medical Discovery With MEMENTOES Â¬ Iteinliiders uf tho Craft of Honored An- Â¬ cestors The stranger in Antwerp wandering through the narrow crooked lanes of the old quarter will suddenly find him Â¬ self in a little open square the Place du Vendredi It is paved with rough cobblestones and heaped with old fur- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ish women sit crying their wares One side of the square is shut in by a masÂ¬ sive building of stone whose grave and stately presence contracts oddly with the squalor and noise below This is the Haur Plantin Moretus which is preserved as a specimen of the dwell- Â¬ ing and workshop of a great Flemish craftsman nearly four centuries ago son-in-law niture beside which white capped Jew Â¬ Ausrust One of my neighbors Mr John Gilbert has been sick for a long time All thought him past recovery He was horribly emaciated from the inaction of his liver and kidneys It is difficult to describe his appearance and the miserable state of his health at that time Help from any source seemed impossible He tried Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Christopher Plantin and afterward his Johann Moretus acquired great wealth and fame as printers and held a foremost place among the proud burghers of Antwerp Their descend Â¬ ants have kept the house just as they left it It is built like a French pal- Â¬ ace around the four sides of an old gar Â¬ den in which even the tulips take on A vine planted by somber shades Moretus covers the walls and quaint stone stairways Here too aro an- Â¬ cient carved settees of oak in which the old burgher sat when the days work was done Inside are great shops with the presses and typo in the cases as the journey- Â¬ men laid them down three centuries ago Here are specimens of the famous books printed by Moretus piles of books upon the shelves ready for sale while those who bought and those who sold them have been dust for centu- Â¬ ries Tho apartments of the family are unchanged Portraits hang upon the walls One grows familiar with the stout stern old Vater Plahtln and his prim wife and his daughter Frau Mar Â¬ tina Moretps with her sly coquettish face Here is the very table at which they ate in the stately banqueting hall hung with priceless Spanish leather Thetoldworkman Surrounded himself wiTha grave solid splendor Even his narrow bod is draped with tapestry fit for a king but his leather apron hangs beside the diplomas given him by sovereigns Here is a lesson which the American who runs may read He may be as rich as this great family but what has ho done with his carpenter or blacksmith Does he keep thoir leather ancestors aprons or any records of tho honest labor which earned his wealth Or does ho parade some mythical count or baron in place of the hard working grandfather whom he has hidden out of sight Youths Companion Cliooslnc lletwcen the Attractions BarnumR circus had just struck a town in iVertnont Aunt Polly had nev Â¬ er seen tho elephant in any sense of tho word and had been telling for weeks how she did just long to go to the show Whenitho proper morning camcAiint follys Vmarried- son Josh toldlicVto be ready at one oclock p tn and theyd take in the show Woll now exclaimed Aunt Polly I dont know about that hesitatingly 1 want to see the show awful bad but you seo Deaeou Perkins funeral comes off to day and I dont just know which Id enjoy tho most Therell be lots of folks there and besides I may live till Burnum comes again but this is tho only funeral Deacon Perkins will ever - Flower Â¬ your August Flower and the effect upon him was magical It restored him to perfect health to the great astonishment of his family and friends JohuQuibell Holt Ont0 BUNTING- - When you buy Flags you want the best Government Standard is the best the largest flag dealers in the U S are G W SIMMONS CO Oak Hall Boston Mass Dealers in Military Uniforms Write for a Flag Catalogue FLAGS YOUNG MOTHERS which Insures Safety to Life of Mother ami Child We Offer You Itcmetlu MOTHERS FRIEND milTorod but llttlo pain and did not uxpwrJenco wi Hknens nttiirwurd usual In imch rasea Jin ANNiKUAOKIaniarMoJan 15th 1S91 receipt 01 Kent br express clmros prepaid on of its Horror anil llisli Ialtit Friend AfUsruMnpono Hobs Confinement bottlo of Mothrrn 1 tni price f lib per bottle Book to Mothers iualod irJi BKADPIKLD UUGULATOIl CO ATLANTA GA SOLD UV ALU DRUGGISTS k Tke mallest Pill lit tho World oil of tlio body nro not Irrepnrablylnjur there nro fow llcjisen tlmt Provided the great Organs a 0 Tisiv Liver PiSIs JL will nut euro Uy thoir action the TIvor thoHpUcn the Heart tun tlio Kliluoyrt nro brought Into hurnioiiioua tuition and Iiciilth vigor of inlml unu lioilv fnllnnr Minli imn Ilnno HI11AU TJuce If Vi lrkso 8flo Onice 39 jl u J give I at thpiunpralfhnn atho circus And Aunt Polly went tothc funeral Boston Globe ltuocM guess Josh ribhavoabettortimo Â¬ Hit m ohio and Itellglont In the British Army According to tho annual returns of tho British army of tho total strength of 100509 ofllcers and men 151311 or with oar fttiHOun Well Mnclilnrry The only w jfefi 702 per cont aro English 10538 or perfect lf clenlni tnd KVl fMt droppibBtoolf iiiut fill mk per cent aro Scotch 28720 or 14 LOOMIS NYMAV 4yLSflMatal0ta 83 per cent nro Irish Mohammedans TIFFIN OHIO Hindoos Jews etc number 007 all told and need not bo considered Of tho yyannSolTAMBofovory tiuflerer item J total OS per cont belong to tho Church of England 1S4 per cont aro Roman Catholics 70 per cent aro Presbyteri- Â¬ ans and 0 percent are Wcsleyans Out of 04000 olllccrs and men in the royal navy ovor 47000 return themselves as P HAROLD HAYES MD III VV B TlflMAlN KTKKKT members of tho Church oi Englund London Public Opluion trfix nil men wj u itiirr r DUI0 mm rrk WELLS JBtt ASTHMA FEVER A jU HAW RECRUITS r t Tomptatlon May fbt Hosts of Flanked jt lut n Will Uo You In Be Wipu11r Shot for Shot God Notct Huttlo Hut Ho Given You TalMinBo Sormou Talmagos sermon wns from the Tut on tho wholo ilvt Ephcs vi 11 God orof Thcro is in this text a great rattlo of shields and helmets and swords Sol Wo dters r0 gating mulv for battle recently in tills church new taro had enlistments and I shall address myself to those in this and other churches who tho armor of God and arts putting on themselves to bo asyct who may feel Gdly raw recruits is a term often v Masterly retreat in military circles hut iii religion tseu there is no Mich thing iIt is cither rlorious advance or disgraceful and It would ho ignominious falling hack thing if all our anxiety about1 strange Â¬ prtfl ceased t7ie moment thoy were contho1 certed You would almost doubt having eanfty of that farmer who corn and seen it just sprout planted tho My work nliovo ground should say I have no more anxiety for Js all lone No There is work for the tlic Hold plow ami the boo and thcro must up of the be a careful keoping and there must bo a frighte- Â¬ fences ning1 away of the birds that would And I say thoxenj pillage tho field trance upon Christian life is only tho implantation of grace into the heart There is earnest hard work yet to be many years of done and perhaps anxiety before there shall be heard the Harvest Home glorious shout of to bo a Christiun is only The beginning nutting down the foundation but after that there are years of hammering polishing carving lifting before the It takes sfrhcturc is completed to mako a Christian five years character it takes twenty fivu years it takes forty years takes it if a man shall seventy years Jn other words a man live so long dying after half a century of Christian cvperienee feels he has only learned the The A U IV of a glorious alphabet aNt year will decide a grent deal in jour history young Christian man It will decide whether yon are to be i burning and shining light of the lunvh or a spark of grace covered It will decide up in a barrel of ashes tvlujhoryou are to be a strong man in fhrif Jesus with gigantic blows ftnUing the iron nail of darkness whining grumbling or a bedwarfed Foliljcr that ought to bo drummed out of tin Lords camp with the Itogtie- You have nnlyjust been March hvhihed the voyage is to be made Kurth and Hi wen and hell are watch ing to see how fast yon will nil how well you will weather the tempest ami vlivthor at last amid the shouting of tin angoK you shall come into the rifrbt harbor May God help me this mi tiling to give you three or four words oft urjtiun counsel as I address my olf more especially to those who have just iim- - i nteml the Christian life Mv Tlst word of counsel is hold bo for yrur soul a very high model Do not say wish I could pray like that man or speak like that man or have the consecration y of 1this one flrre is the Lord Jesus Christ a pr fct pattern iy that l mean with In oils grace to shape all my life oilier wirds you will never be any more a Christian than you strive to be If you build a foundation twenty by tliiity feet you will only have a small house If you build a foundation one hundred by one hundred feet you will have a large house If you resolve to j 1 only a middling Christian you will only be a middling Christian If you luivo uo high aspiration in a world Â¬ ly direction you will never succeed in Inisiness If you have no high aspira Â¬ tion in religious things you will never Dr Â¬ -1 niiiveetl In religion to aspire to t lie very highest stylo of Christian character Front your feet tlfre reaches out u path of Christian attainment which you may take ami I deliberately say that you may be a bet Â¬ ter man than was Paul or David or Summorlield or Doddridge a better woman than Hannah More or Charlotte Elizabeth on have aright not Did they have a monopoly Christian grace Did they have a Private key of the store house of Gods Does God shut you out from jnercy gladness and goodness to which they were Introduced You Oh no we just tho same promises just the mo Christ just tho same Holy Ghost just the sameolYcrs of present and over lasting love nnd if you fall short of what they were ay if you do not come Pto the point which they reached and o beyond it it is not becauso Jurist has shut you out from ay point of moral nnd spirit- Â¬ ual elevation but becauso you deliber- Â¬ ately refused to take it I admit that a jjn can not become a Christian like t without a strugglo but what do Ju get without fighting for it The stresses of darkness aro to bo taken y storm Yon may by ncuto strategy ank the hosts of temptation but thcro re temptations thero aro oyils in tho Way that you will hnvo to meot face to jeCf and it will bo shot for shot gun f Wiry Mcombat When grip for grip slaughter for daughter The Apostlo Paul over and Jer again represents tho Christian life I u tho War vessol of Christs rch comes into glory bringing its HOME HINTS AND HELPS thought that perhaps tho followers ef Christ comotlmcs nllaw this religious Molasses Cako Ono cupful of hron literature to tako tholr attention from sugar two thlrd4 of a ctiptul of raw Gods Word and that thcro may not bo as much Iliblo rcadlug as thcro ought to lapses ono of lard two of buttermilk nnd ono teaspoon ful of soda Hour to be Christian In- Â¬ made worse How is that with your own oxporl mako it rather stiff quirer My next word of counsel is that you enco Just calculate In your minds how W may be actively employed Grafton Cake Fivo tcaoupfulfl of I see a much religious literature you havo read great many Christians with doubts and during the year and then how largo a flour two tcnspoonfula of Daklngf pow Â¬ perplexities and they seem to bo proud portion of tho Word of God you havo der ono tencupful of butter threotea of them Their entire Christian life read and thou contrast tho two and cupfula of sugar ono tcacupful of milk Is made up of gloom and they seem to answer within your own soul whether uud tho whites of eight eggs Detroit cultivate that spiritual despondency you aro giving moro attention to tho Free Press when I will undertako to say that in books that were written by tho hand of Uavnrlan Cream Dlssolvo half a nine cases out of ten spiritual despond Â¬ man or that written by tho hand of box of golatino In enough water to ency is a judgment of God upon idle Â¬ God Now you go to tho drug store cover Let n qnnrt of rich milk or ness Who aro happy people in tho and you got tho mineral waters but cream if you havo it como to a boll church to day Tim busy people Show you havo noticed that tho waters aro Then stir in tho golatino Sot on the mo tho man who professes tho religion not so fresh or sparkling or healthful as back of tho stove and add tho yolks of of Jesus Christ and Is idle nnd 1 will when you get these very waters at Sara- Â¬ six eggs one eoftoo cup of BUgarTand show you tin unhappy man Tho very toga or Sharon gotting them right thrco teaspoons of vanilla Add tho first prescription that I give to a man whero thoy bubblo from tho rock And woll bcntcn six whites last of all Pour when I find him full of doubts and fear I havo noticed tho samo thing in regard into moulds N Y World about his eternal interest is to go to to tho truth of tho Gospel while there Lybnnaiso Potatoes Putv a pint work for God Ten thousand voices aro is a good deal of refreshment and health of milk in a frying pan add a plcco of lifted up asking for your help Go and of tho Gospel of God as It comes through butter size of n walnut some Rait nnd help Here is a wood full of summer good books I find it is better when I popper Jotltbpll Mix a heaping itea insects An uxman goes into tho wood como to the eternal rock of Gods Word spoonfnl of cornstarch with a lfttlo to cut firewood Tho insects do not and drink from that fountain that bub- Â¬ cold milk and add it to tho milk In tho bother him very much and every bles up fresh and puro to tho llfo and pan Havo ready stx or sovon largo po- Â¬ i high stroke of the ax makes them flyaway tho refreshment and tho health of tho tatoes peeled and out into small slices Do not n satisfied the Hut let a man go and lie down there soul put them into tho pan with a little tobeliko Christians all around about you Ho and ho is bitten and mauled and Read tho lllblo and it brings you into chopped onion and parsley Cover thotn more than they haVfc ever been for thinks it is a horrible thing to stay in tho with a plate nnd lot thorn Htew slowly association of tho best people Clnist tAiHahl Arnjhjan king yjjas sho the wood Why does ho not take an ax over lived You stand beside Moses that for about fifteen minutes Send to ta- Â¬ and inga beautiful sword tlmt had been and go to work So thero are thous Â¬ ble In a covered dish IfoUsokeoper given him when one of his courtiers ands of Chnstiaus now In the Church learn his meekness beside Job and A simple way of cooking oggs is learn his patience beside Paul and said This sword is too short You who go out amid great annoyances jn catch something of his enthusiasm beÂ¬ sur lo plat Uuttcr a flatplato which can not do anything with it Said tho life they aro not perplexed they arc love And has been warmed In tho oven Hreak Christ and kings son To a bravo man no sword all tho time busy while there aro others side how strangeyou Isfeel hisgroat many tho requisite number of oggn on It bo yet it that a f it be too short take one who do nothing and they arc stung and is too short mon havo given tholr wholo lives to tho ing careful that they do not touch each step in advance and then it is long stung and stung and covered from head assaulting of that book I can not other To accomplish this tho plate enough So I say to any Christian to foot with tho blotches of indolence understand it Tom Palno worked should to recotvo them properly havo who may feel that he has poor weapons and inactivity and spiritual death An oyster plato will against that book as though ho received sunken places with which to light against sin and The first thing then you havo to do largo wages and was inspired by tho anHwor very well to cook eggn In this darknchS and death Advance upon 0 Christian young man Christian young very powers of darkness confessing fashion There is a raotal platter which the enemy In the strength of Christ woman is to go to work in tho service that nil the time ho wan writing ho did comes especially for serving eggs in this go forward God is for you and if God of tho Lord if you want to be a happv not havo lie lllblo any whero near him way Season tho eggs eooh one with be for you who can bo against you Christian When an army goes out flow many poworful intellects have en Â¬ salt nnd popper after putting them on Remember that God never puts you in there are always stragglers falling off deavored to destroy tho plato nnd sot them In the oven till Hume Holing bt tie dm t ho gives von weapons with hero and there some becauso thoy aroÂ¬ broko Voltaire havo it after it Ton tho white has set beon which to light faint and sick but a great many be thousand men now arc warring against 4 Salndo a la Normande Normandy My second word of counsel to those causo they arc afraid to fight and too tho truth of Gods word What do you Is famous for Its oppleH and pears and who have recently entered upon Chris- Â¬ lazy to march After nwhilo tho lazy think of them I think It is moan and so mo varieties of tho former blended tian life is Abstain from all pernicious men on tho road hear tho booming of will prove it I will provo It Is tho with tho latter make an agreeable fruit associations and take only those that tho guns for hours and thoy hear tho meanest thing that has over boon done salad which can bo as protty as tha aro useful and beneficial Stay out of shout of victory and a man on horse Â¬ in all tho centuries cook chooses Ono variety of pear very all associations that would damage back conies tip and says Wo havo is a ship at sea and in trouble like tho fHartlett only not qulto bo Tlere your Christian character Take only won tho day I Then they hasten up Tho captain and tho crew aro at their soft is peeled and cut into thin slices those associations that will help you How bravo thoy aro after tho battle w wits ond You aro on board You aro slices of apples aro added and pooled A learned man said If I stay with over Poor at fighting but grand at an old seaman You como tip and giv and stoned plums cut in halves Add So there are stragglers going some good counsol which is kindly ta-Â¬ powdered sugar about thrco tablo that man Kouelou any longer shall get huzza to be a Christian in suite of mvself In a f tor the Lords host There eotno days ken That is all right Uut Hiipposo spoonfuls of ornngo water n dash of other words there is a mighty power in of darkness and battle Where arc instead of doing that in tho nddst of vanilla two or thrco drops of almond Wo call tho roll of the host Christian associations Now what kipdk they all tho trouble you pick up tho only essence and tho Juice of a lemon Lot of associations shall we ns young Qliris i They make no answer but after awhile compass that is on board and pitch it it stand for half an hour occasionally linns seek after 1 think we oughitb there eoiues a day of triumph in the over the tafTrill Oh you say that ii tipping tho dish and with a Hpoorf pour- Â¬ Huz- Â¬ get in couipanybettor than ourselves- - church and they aro all about dastardly ltut is itas moan us thin Hera ing over tho fruit tho sirup formed never going into company worse than za huza Didnt wo givo it to them is tho vossol of tho world going on with Then servo in a glass diBh and decorate I have another word of counsel to givo ourseves If we get into company a with any of tho following lemon or sixteen hundred millions of passengers little better Uian ourselves and thero those who have just entered Christian tossed and driven in tho tempest and ornngo leaves and crystallzed cherries aro ten people in that company ten life and that is be fnithfuL in prayer at tho time wo want help tho infidel or a few fresh plums and samo leaves chances to one wo will be bettered If You might as well business man start comes and ho takes hold of tho only white oleander Mowers rose gomnlum we get into company a little worse than out in the morning without food and compass and ho tries to pitch it over leaves sprays of syringa orrpjebuds ourselves and there be ten people in expect to be strong all that day you board It is contemptible beyond every or violets All of theso are delightful that company ten chances to one wo might as well abstain from food all the tiling that is contemptible Havo you in scent and suggestions to ono who will he made worse than we were be week and expect to be strong physi any bettor light Rring it on if you enjoys the fruit salad Demorests Mag- cially as to be strong without prayer have Havo you any better comfort to azinc fore Now when a young Christian enters The only way to got any strength into give us Jtring it on if you have Havo Howiih or Whlto Fabrics tho church God docs not ask him to re Â¬ the soul is by prayer and the only diff you any better hope Uring it on if India linon nainsook linon lawn and tire from the world The anchorite erence between that Christian that is you have and then you may havo this dimity are all prettily made with a full that lives on acorns is no nearer Heaven worth everything and that who is Uible and I shall never want it again skirt Iuflle full sleeves and deep closo than the man who lives on partridge worth nothing is the fact that tiie last ltut I can think of a meaner thing ouffs with a Russian blouso round or a Isolation is not de does not pray and tho oilier does and wild duckand that is an old man going than manded by the Kible A man may use And the only difference between this along that the mountains with a stall in full baby waist Tho trimmings nro on the world with the restriction of not Christian who is getting along very fast ono hand and a lantern in tho other rlbbpns and point do Gonca lace whichÂ¬ abusing it Hut just as soon nsyouflnd in the holy life and this who is getting Darkness has como on suddenly Ho is may bo had in white or ecru and is ap any surroundings pernicious to your along tolerably is that the first prays very old just able to pick his way out plied as a bertha rnfllo flat yoke ouffs spiritual interest quit those associa- Â¬ more than the last You can graduate nmid tho rocks and precipices lean Â¬ or waist rufllcs flounces glrdlcB in tions This remark- - is more especially a mans progress in religion by tho ing on his staff with ono hand fact it is put on ovcry fabric in every possiblo manner A Russian blouso Is appropriate to the young Now it Js rmountof prayer not by tho number and guiding with himself tho imitated with a round waist by wearing hours perhaps but by the earnest impossible that the young and un of You como a douMoboll skirt which consists of light in the other troubled should seek their associations supplication that he puts up to God up nnd say Father you seem to a bell o In two parts tho upper ono with those who are aged and worn out Show me a Christian man who neglects bo lost You aro a long way from nearly to tho knees and tho I will showyouono reach As God intended the aged to associato thiskindof dutyand home That is very kind of you Uut with the aged talking over the past who is inconsistent Show me a man who suppose that instead of that you should lower ono to tho floor with each edge and walking stair in hand along the prays and his strength and power can snatch the staff from his hands and trimmed to correspond with tho bolt cufFs yoke and opening down tho left Why just givo to same paths they trod thirty forty and net be exaggerated hurl it over tho rocks and snatch tho fifty year- ago so I suppose he in Â¬ a man this power of prayer and you lantern and blow it out That would side Creamy orgundics and batistsara likewise trimmed with this lace ribbon tended the young chiefly to associato give him almost omnipotence bo dastardly contemptible until thcro belts and bows or silken girdles If This afternoon you will see two with the young is no depth of contempt beneath it If teachers That one docs you havo a better stalf givo it to him tho possessor of several pretty Skirts The graco of God does not demand laco that we be unnatural I do not want not gain the attention of her class ThisÂ¬ If you have a better light give it to woolen or cotton made athem jaokot using und blouse to wear with you to take this caution I have given one does What is tho difference be him tho black French lace or tho cotton von as that of a growling misanthrope tween them their intellects being point do Genes Ladies Home Journal hating hilarity For you must have a about equal The first thought only of MRht IIcadiid 1olki DiTuUhiff Wutnr if you want to make the ar Â¬ her own apparel The other came from spring bow People of sanguine temperaments Water is tho only real drink nnd it ia ily lint while this is so I want grevt prostration before God in earnest with light hair and ruddy complexions row you to be especially on guard in this supplication asking that Gods mercy almost in variably succeed in business water only which slakes thirst Na matter and let the religion of Jesus might conns upon tho school and that claims a physiogomy authority Tho ture has Bupplicd tho world abundantly Christ control you in all your associa in the afternoon she flight gain tho at Â¬ reason is found in the fact that they aro with puro fresh water but man not be- Â¬ Know young people who have tention of thoso five or six immortals hard to discourage and even under cir Â¬ ing satisfied with it has sought out tions well enough but they have float- Â¬ that would bo around her Tho ono cumstances of adversity rarely become many inventions nono of which ever meant ed oil into evil influences and they have teacher had no control over her class gloomy or morose They aro tho ideal really answer tho purpose Tea und associated day by day with those win The other sits as with the strength of workers for no matter how unpropltious ooifeo are narcotic drugs nnd havo a very hated God and despised his command- Â¬ tho Lord God Almighty things may be their natural buoyancy pernicious influence uport the system Ho A minister comes into the pulpit nnd their characters aro all do ments keeps them superior to the despondency und firewater is still worso Milk is a I can see they arc changed for has a magnificent sermon all tho senti Â¬ induced by the reverses of fortune and food ami should bo taken in small sips pleted iiu wiivsc but thevaro not aware of it ments rounded according to tho lawsff so inspires that hope which is so im- Â¬ as Biich The practlco of washing down 0 young man come out of that bad ns a j rhetoric and fine sermonizing and tho portant an element of success Chicago food with several cups of tea or coffeo or even milk Is a great hindrance to truth makes no impression on the hearts Mail I do not Know wjuil ma sociatiou People go away and say i digestion If tho food is moist no water Unow to what place you may of men do not A plain Very beautiful wasnt it is needed but if tho food consists most Â¬ have a private key Lady Cuncgondo sympathetically man comes into tho pulpit He has Uut my1 dear Mrs Nowbryde If you ly of hard crackers or zwolbach n llttlo I do not know to what place you go God abking find tho English spring too severe for hot water slowly sipped may bo advan- Â¬ without the sanction of those who love been on his knees before From a Lecture by I do not pretend to for an especial message that day and you why not got your husband to tako tageously taken vou very much evil influences but aro the hearts of men open to the plain you to Egypt for a fow weeks Every- Â¬ Dr J H Kellogg point out any the broken sentences strike into MoillHh Ciijioi there not some surrounding influences truth consciences and though tho peo- Â¬ body goes thoro now Mrs Nowbrydo in their Homo stylish black silk capon and I know I know I should liko it of aro pernicious to your growth that ple may disperse at the close of the ser- Â¬ gricc Stand back from that furnaco vices seemingly without having re- Â¬ all things and Im sure Charlie would traveling cloaks aro shown A Hun- Â¬ in which so many young Christians havo ceived any impression that night voices tako mo to morrow if I asked him Uut garian model reaching from neck to but it would bo so awkwurd you skirt hem is made of bluck bongaline been destroyed In this church thcro is will Men sec You know Lady Cuncgondo poor and lined with black and white checked be lifted in some household company of young men and a largo shall we do to bo nnd young women consecrated to Christ I savedbrethren what power of prayer dear papa was far from rich and Bilk Thero jiro no rovers but the Oh this people than thoy arc couldnt givo wo girls what ono might fronts aro turned back to simulate know of no better Tray call n llboral education and nnd I am them and also to bhow tho effective lin- Â¬ Young convert I invito you into their Pray Another word of counsel I havo to ashamed to confess I cant speak a word ing A three quarter capo is dotted all Contact with them will friendship over with out jot caboohons and pond All hail young followers give be faithful in Iliblo research A of hycroglyphics Judy clevato you great many good books aro coming out ants and trimmed round the ncek with of Jesus Christ my joy and my pride Wo can not read half of them At ovcry a band of black ostrich feathers An My heart thrills at every step of your revolution of tho printing prcsa they Mrs Dearborn If I over got martthor capo has a very deep second cape advancement cover our parlor ried ngnin Ilev Dr Wcddin wont tlo with you in that hour when aro coming They sitting rooms and tho lenot Mrs Lakofront Why not of rich black silk gulpuro lace andstill I talked tnbes and are in our vou first tried to break from sin and I libraries Glorious books they are Wo Mrs Dcarbdrn no was told to mako it another is almost covered with black silk paioemcntcrio and black Chantllly sco you Pttlngon tho now rejoice as I slip nooro and ho made it a hard laco N V Post for conflict in which God will thank God every daypress the work of a armor of a f Uut I havo knot N Y Herald everlasting the Christian printing givo you present and 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sab-batli-seh- crow and its passengers it will not como in liko a North river yacht beau UlulJy painted and adorned swinging into the boat houso after a pleasure ex cursion Oh no it will he like a vessol coming with a heavy cargo from China or India the marks of the wave and tho hurricane upon it sails rent rig- Â¬ gings spliced pumps all working to keep her ailoat bulwarks knocked away I St0 MMJ n xcsce com ing and get out my small boat and push toward her nnd I shout Ahoy captain What are you doing with those shivered timbers That was a beautiful ship when you went out but you have ruined it Oh says the captain I htivo a fine cargo on board and by this round trip 1 have made ten fortunes So1 buHaVcit will be when the Christian soul at last comvMhitM tho harbor of Heaven It will come hearjng upon it tin mimks of a great stress of weather You can sen by the very looks of that soul as it comes into glory that it wnsdriven bv a storin and dashed in thehuVricaho but by so much as the voyage is rough will the harbor be blessed Mfye suf Â¬ fered witUIliin on earth yoshall bo glorified with Him in Heaven - Aim -- victory Stand off from all ovil as- Â¬ sociations A man is no better than tho company ho keeps Go among thoso who aro better than you ami you will bo made better go among thoso who aro worso than you and you will be Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ t- r tt r 5V Af f it niwmiii Hazel Jiueen Hebald SPENCER COOPER Editor r JMpjBrHffpv nlX9b2HrV KJn y i his cflorty nnd a little more ago him tlio poor of any orator that the halls of Congress IWistent might turn tho head of a loss evenly balanced hoy hut we measure him this meed because an abiding faith assures us that Henry Oodsey will main tain the even tenor of his way and prove hiimelf a prince among word painters crown make graces praise Â¬ i I j j i Tun announcement of Hon D D Â¬ j Friday HAZEL GREEN KY July 22 1892 TICKET DEMOCRATIC For President CROVER CLEVELAND Of New York Sublett who aspires to tho Democratic nomination for Congress from this district appears in this issue of our paper and the attention of our readers is directed thereto Mr Suhlett last spring declined to make the race because of the candidacy of his young friend iron J M Kendall As Mr Kendall is not now a candidate Mr Suhlett thinks it his Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ time as his card will show and we com mend a consideration of his claims to ADLAI E STEVENSON the Democrats of the district Dave as Of Illinois he is familiarly known among his friends has always been a Democrat ono of the COUNTY TICKET working kind to whom the party yoke For Circuit Clork was never a burden trid tolled with the JONAS F VANS A NT boys in the trenches whenever duty de For Sheriff Ho is a self made man has manded GEORGE W DRAKE several times been elected or appointed to office and in every instance has faithFOIt CONGUKSS fully fulfilled the trust reposed in him Wo arc authorized to announce MARCUS He will be a formidable candidate in the C LI8LE of Clurk county as a cnmlfilittc convention at Irvine on the Itlst of Aufor Congress in the Tenth Kentucky district subject to tho action of the Democratic gust nnd In the event of his nomination will rally around him the Democratic Inrty hosts of tho mountains and carry to vicWo arc authorised to announce Hon O C IJOWLES of Piko county as a candidute tory tho bmner of Tariff Reform in the for Congress in tho Tenth Kentucky district Tenth district subject to notion of the Democratic party Hon J M Kash who is nnnouueed SAIYKR8VIL1K KY July 1G 1812 To the Democrats of the 10th Congres as a candidate for Commonwealths Atsional District On the lirst day of this month I announced myself a camlldiite for torney has held tho offices of Police Congress subject to the action of the Dem Judge of Hazel Greon County Attorney ocracy of this district This was before I and Master Commissioner and in all of knew of tho candidacy of either Mr Ken dall or Mr Bowles I am still a candidute theso positions proven himself thorough- Â¬ subject to tho action of my party ly conversant witli the respective duties D I SUMKTT Ho is an able prosecutor and if nomi Â¬ Election November 8 1892 nated and elected to tho position to Fur Circuit Judge We are authorized to announce THOS C which ho aspires will do much toward JOHNSON of Wolfe county as a candi civilizing the criminal class Mr Kash date for Circuit Judge of the district em is a man of pronounced convictions and bracing IJreathitt Kstill Lee Magoflli and as States Attorney ho would soon be a Wolfo counties subject to action of the terror to the criminals of the district Democratic party From present indications he has a cinch Commonwealths Attorney on tho nomination as he is tho only anWo are authorized to announce JOSEPH nounced candidate and there is every M KASH of Hazel Green as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney in the 22nd reason to believe ho will pluck the plun Judicial district composed of the counties UNLUCKY THIRTEEN of Ureathltt Estill Lee Magofliu and Wolfe Knmnrluiblu Mutrlmoiilul Kxporlences of subject to action of the Democratic party nn Amnrlimu In 3Iuxio Frank C Lawson an American meTuoa C Johnson Esq of Campton chanic of Zacatecas Mexico has been is announced in this issue as n candidate arrested and placed in jaii on the charge for Circuit Judge subject to tho action of exceeding the limits prescribed by an of n Democratic convention Mr John- old Moxican law still iu force regulating son was raised on a farm in this county matrimony Lawson located at Zacatc and has lived here all his life He was cas about four years ago coming from the elected County Clerk when twenty ono City of Mexico bringing with him a years of ago and held tho otlico four pretty Spanish woman as his wifo She years rendering entire satisfaction in tho died two months after their arrival and discharge of its duties Ho lias been Lawson took another young wife She practicing law for seventeen years live died also and the American continued of whiqh ho was a partner with Judgo to exercise his matrimonial propensities John E Cooper tho partnership ceasing at a rate that astonished the natives only when Judge Cooper was called to particularly as nono of tho wives lived tho bench and in all that time ho has longer than two or three menths after enjoyed an oxtonsive and lucrativo law becoming a bride practice in which ho has been phenome Lawson never wore the weeds longer nally successful In tho courts of this than three months after tho demise of nnd the adjoining counties ho has been his respectivo wives when he would re- Â¬ engaged in criminal common law and peat tho matrimonial experiment Tho equity causes and to his credit is the peoplo of tho city aro very conservative fact that ho never lost but ono equity iu such matters and they let Lawson case in all these years Mr Johnson is alone with his remarkable and unfortu forty two years of ago and his record nato domestic affairs until three days herewith shows him to bo thoroughly ago when it was learned he had married posted hi tho law so that if ho should bo his thirteenth wife since his arrival iu tho Democratic nomlnco and ho elected Zacatecas tho peoplo of tho district have in advanco The authorities began working on the tho assuranco that wo will havo a Judge case and as there was no evidence at who knows tho law and is not afraid to hand to show that his twelve previous executo it in any instance Mr John wives died from any other than natur son being tho only announced candidate al causes ho was arrested under the law thcro is every reason to heliovo that he enacted many years ago which prohibits will securo tho nomination though ho a man entering into the matrimonial may yet havo opposition stato more than nine times Lawson therefore has four offenses to Tub prize awarded to our young friend answer for and probably rcceiv a long Henry L Godsey as tho best orator in term in prison He is about forty years tho contest at Chautauqua rcooutly was old and well educated He has resided in itself a small matter X5 being tho in Mexico fifteen years For Vlco President Â¬ SOLDIERS RE UNION To tin Held at tho Jtiitli lMneo of Abrrt lilt in Lincoln The Annual Uo tiniou of the soldiers of Kentucky will this year bo held at Ilodgenville LaKue county Ky on the 112th and liUh of August A most cordial invitation is extended to both the Ex Federal and the Ex Co n fed orato soldiers to attend and participate Half faro rates to Hodgcuvillc are offered by the Louisville and Nashville and the Newport News and Mississippi Valley railways Ample accommodations will be made to entertain all who attend Hodgeuville was chosen as the place of holding the re union because the spot that is honored as being the birth place of our great war president is situated within two miles of the town and a great portion of the exercises will be conduct ed at the old Lincoln Homestead where g us lies a spring of delicious water which yet bears the name of Lincoln Spring I was born February 12 1809 iu Hardin county Ky says Lincoln in a letter published iu his autobiography That portion of Hardin is now LaUuo Ex-Fed-or- Tim Jrnvn Klilo of Monopoly A German baker in Tennessee com Â¬ mitted suicide because of tho Injury done to the working peoplo by the Mi Kin Icy tariff Uettcr and more pritetle to have lived and voted for tariff reform and tax reduction New York World 1 Cyrus W Field the man who carried tho ocean cable project to a successful iU died hist wek fJ6iA q iiH -- lV rnrn i LULU yMl feMILUidi xn U I C ITT 1 Manufacturing Jiwtltr 135 E MAIN STREET Custom House Square CSS ir Piil CONSTIPATION and other bowel complaints LEXINGTON KY cured and prevented by the prompt WATCHES DIAMONDS CLOCKS use of Â¬ Ayers Cathartic Pills They golid giller AND county JiiiIko Ism On last Friday morning Jt dg Marcus C Lisle left this place for c id ersville Judge Lisle spent about two weeks iu tho ilig Sandy valley making acquain Â¬ tances nnd presenting his claims for the Democratic nomination for Congress and during that time made very many friends His earnest aggressive canvass last spring for the nomination showed him to be a man of energy snap vim and courage nnd the strength that ho developed then proved that he will be a very formidable candidate in this present race Tho Courier does not think it wise for Democratic papers to as a rule take an active part iu campaigns for party preference except to oppose any who by their private life and character would bring the Mush of shame to the cheek and brow of an honorable constit uency or who have been disloyal to both party and principle and is on no mans string but independently gives to each man that which is due him and extends the same courtesy to all Judge Lisle is certainly aiming to leave no effort un Â¬ made that will further his interests and should he be chosen as the Democratic standard bearer lie will certainly lead the party to victory and in tho halls of our National council will acquit himself in such a way as to reflect credit upon his constituency and win laurels to him- Â¬ self Faintsville Courier Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ regulate the liver cleanse the stomach and greatly assist digestion Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell Mass Optical Goods Trimble Bros WHOLES ALE Â¬ C OMRS S HOUSE CAMPTON KY S COMBS Proprietor 60GS MT STERLING o KY Â¬ The patronage of the traveling public Is ESrConsicnments of produce nnd the respectfully solicited Table the best and patronaue of Mountain Merchants reect every attention to the comfort of quests fully solicited jeI4ly Â¬ Â¬ D It J- - F LOCK HART J It Sharp Bruce Trimble TO Denton Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Have now a complete line of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes McGUIKK STAMPER Attornkys at Law and Gents Furnishing Goods We solicit an inspection of CAMPTON KY Will practice in the court f a II STAMlKK our goods and guarantee pri of Wo We and the adjoining w w mgiirk counties All business entrusted to our care ces satisfactory and articles ns will receive prompt attention recommended EZEL KY -- jutra 33EJJTOXSW SHARP TRIMBLE DENTON MT STERLING KY Â¬ Â¬ D0ILY Ul BETWEEN LIKE Traders Deposit MT STERLING Bank 30000 KY Capital J M 200000 Surplus Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ day ho would have known that tho gates of Kentucky are effectually closed against Pinkertons hordes unless per adventure they aro invited to como by tho Governor of Kentucky or the body of which he is now a member The Constitution section 235 provides that No armed person or bodies of men shall be brought into this State for tho preservation of the peace or the suppres sion of domestic violence except upon the application of the General Assembly or of tho Governor when the General As sembly may not bejn session This constitutional inhibition it will be seen is broad and quite sufficiently covers tho case towards which Mr lVt tits buncombe resolutions wero directed Ho should take counsel of the wisdom of those who were but lately his col leaues Gov Commonwealth July 13 Gun R S ST11AUER SOI the Legislature Friday for Creen Successors to J A Lam Co the pretended purpose of alarming Pink 2 74 E ertous army and preventing an invasion Main Stkkkt LEXINGTON KY Ladies traveling without of Kentucky was a member of the Con- escort willand childrencared be kindly lor We have Wholesale Dealers in vention which framed the Constitution old experienced drivers Yours respectfully of tho State Had he been familiar with Straight Kentucky Whiskies TAUOK fe DkIUSK Jul5tf the work which lie is presumed to have had a hand iu making the State would Wines Brandies Kentucky Training School c havo been spared the exhibition which Mt Sterling Ky FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY he made of himself in the House yeste CIGARS AND TOBACCO ciferously in Dont Know 111m Own Hutiy Mr Pettit who was resoluting so vo- Â¬ W W THOMSON Cashier o SCuHack leaves Kothwell every morning We respectfully solicit the hiiHines of iner Sunday excepted at 820 ami arrives at Hazel Green at o10 v m Leaves Hazel chants farmers traders and business men Green every morning Sunday excepted at generally throughout Knstern Kentucky A oclock arriving at Hot h weft at 240 1 M general Imnkini business done Give us a and connecting with the K S A train chance to send you a bank book nay your for Mt Sterling There the K S A con checks and loan vou mouev when iu nerd V W Thompson Cash nects with train for Lexington Frankfurt and Louisville so parties can uet to the above places the same day they leave Hazel 5 BolnwBll ana Haze Diesn G L WOSTAFF PrelidT nt KIRKPATltICK Vice President FARE Each Way Â¬ -- Turr and Old Taylor A Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old iate course practical Apply early homelike Military school with colleg- Â¬ Number limited rooms full last year Major C W FOWLER Superintendent H h G FEDER Cut Price House f 105 107 THE JflBYTOWN WILL CO J RACE STREET Â¬ Is running constantly and doing the best oi work at the lowest prices Special accommodations- for customers from a distance Without detriment to our home trade ip fllVflVVATI Wii v Â¬ No Bids Offered for Bad Rolls PXnKIIWKAl MtlAlVI8 HOSb k EUY GLOVES HLANKETS SIS PENDENS and all kinds ot small wares and other goods iu Notion 0d Furnishing Goods Line II G iii OHIO v KlDKltCo 00 BEST IS QCAlITT We do not make them and have no demand for them in our trade THE MAYTOWN MILL CO Church Street New York Special attention to mail orders HOST M QCA5TITT jc7tf W W MANKEK Manager WORMS WHITES CREAM Wjivrs Vluws WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY N amount buthoovoand boyondJts intrin Â¬ He AVUl Doubtless Doutilit It sic valuo towers tho undisputed fact that Carnegie stepped up to Wnnantakcrs he Is tho greatest speakor of his ago today political bargain counter in liSSS and living in tho grand old Commonwealth of Kentucky tho mother of so many planked dowuSlUOOOO for the Republi Â¬ statesmen who still scintillate and others can campaign fund Ho has since saved who havo long since passed from tho more than that amount by reducing tho stago of action What a glorious exam wages of his workmen but he was not ple for other young mon of Eastern Ken Â¬ satisfied and wanted to make a still furHo probably contem Â¬ tucky to contemplate and omulato I He ther reduction plates doubling his contribution to tho is ono of us was raised hero under our very eyes and wo aro proud of him far campaign of this year Covington Â¬ Â¬ i beyond tho expression of words Wo point with pride to tho list of prizes ho has won within tho past four yoursnil in which ho was a contestantand find added pleasure iu tho fact that ho is in a measure our own protege Nor lias ho reached tho acmo of his attainments National honors ns well ns Stato will yet Commonwealth A Ouiiiitutotd Uoiiuily Megrlmlne tho only permanent euro for all forms of headacho and neuralgia relieves tho pain in from 15 to 20 min Â¬ utes For sale on positive guarantee at Tiiu Hkrald office or sent postpaid by mall on receipt of price 50 cents a box General Weaver the nominee of the Peoples party for President said last week regarding the Homestead troubles 1 regard the situation throughout the country as very grave and 1 have be lieved for some time that we aro nearing a serious crisis If tho present strained relations between tho corporations and their employes between wealth owners and wealth producers continue much longer thoy will ripen into frightful dis The Pinkertons are an armed aster body of cruel mercenaries and a menace to the peace of society and tho lives of the people At their bidding bloodshed follows cloe upon the heels of corporate tyranny They must be suppressed and tho terrible economic conditions which havo spawned this cruel army of thugs upon the country must be changed at onco or tho republic will give Vay to corporate despotism Â¬ Â¬ Paid up Capital 20000000 Has FOR 20 led all Worm Remedies Surplus 6000000 EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED II WITIIEUSPOON President It 1 IIPNTKIJ Cashier VERMIFUGE YEARS IYfpartdbj inilURDSUXTAYUm This Wank solicits the accounts of metchants fanners traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers its customers everv facility mid the most liberal terms within the limits n legitimate banking octlty - SOLD EVERYWHERESTWV MED CO ROSE DeBUSK 1HAITICAL CLARENDON THE Cor Limestone nnd Short sts W il UOSWELL PuoiMtiinoit There has been added an Annex with 20 large well ventjlated rooms Street Curs pass the door every five minutes Located within two squares of depot Lkxinotox Ky Blacksmiths and Wagonrnakers HAKi GREEN KY all work NOTICE Hlucksmithing of all kinds solicited nml work promptly done We make a spccldn of building 2diorse wngoiu and j uarunter AII who icfy aro sold nt this nnd tho best pencil in town nt rc apiece firm or either of us for work mut cotar and settle and uth or satisfactory terms demanded lcrryinii steel nuns heThanking for all worfc done hereaftervon t past patronage and ollicejit 10 cents n dozen llciting a continuance of the snine are indebted t te m TllO illtltlv Irlitliriitnr1 respectfully ItOSrA InMHK fifi n AGRICULTURAL H INtsl t 4 w V i wim Hi V v V L L j I m - i t HOUSE qm Tlutt W FOR POULTRY facet and rear views are kIvou so as lo the convenienecs unci jwthe slant of tho roof advantncsof and sio may be changed to suit tho Jedov -- Mirny AUvuntiiRca Over the Orillniiry Htructurc The house Mnstrtitcu in this Ihsuo Hoth v bo of nuy size preferred itpnt view Miows a house high in front and six feet at JrtitfcUt It is eight by twelvo feet tke rear The iirst wRhr a paper or tin roof loor should be of boards covered with tviCB or cut straw so as to afford jtfitchlug The nests arc at the rear feox behiff prepared for that purposo go as to allow the hens all the iloor A small step or board joom possible right allows the hens to ascend jitho Milder Tig h tho POISONS ON FRUIT Arcnlcnl Bnbrtnncr Apillr to Tree Ienvc No Hail Kcsult Because of scares about the use of arsenical poisons on fruits to destroy noxious insects the Hatch experiment station determined to ascertain tho pre Â¬ cise amount adhering to fruits and sq lected two lots of grapes of ten pounds each one from vines sprayed with tho Bordeaux mixture throughout the sen on and which was very badly dis Â¬ figured and the other from vines that were treated with the Bordeaux mix Â¬ ture up to the middle of June then with two applications of the am monincnl carbonate of copper and which were not in tho least disfigured An analysis Of the two samples was made at the state experiment station In the first therq was found only 2 l000ths of 1 percent of oxide of cop per an amount so small that one would need to eat from half a ton to a ton of these grnpK ttom fikipsand all to obtain tho least injurious effect and that notwithstanding tho fact thnrt the bunches wero selected from those having tho largest amount of the cop-Â¬ per mixture adhering to them In the second sample not a trace of copper could be found It would seem from the above that even Under the most careless use of the copper solu- Â¬ tions no injurious effects need be feared and that when properly applied there will not Isc a truce of copper left upon the fruit at harvesting To determine the nmonnt of copper and arsenic adhering to the surface of apples which had been sprayed three times with the Bordeaux mixture and paris green 20 apples measuring one peck wero taken to the state experi Â¬ ment station for analysis The amount of copper oxide found on these apples was about 5 IO000ths of an ounce to a barrel The specimens selected for this nnnysis were those with the rough Â¬ est suriaee to which would adhere more of the copper solutiou of paris green than to uvcragojipples Not a trace of arsenic could be detected in this analy Â¬ sis The paris green average samples of paris green contain about 5S parts of oxide of copper and 01 parts of arscni ous oxide was not used after July 1 but it was probably all washed off dur ing the three months following beforo the apples were gathered about October 1 Orauge Judd Fanner Â¬ Â¬ J i FIO to 1 door being in tho second iloor for that purpose which is closed at night The door for the upper room with steps is The entrances to shown at the left the of the second floor for roosting a trap interesting Tho government building is ordinarily a barn llko structure sur-Â¬ rounded by a platform on which tho squaws form lu line each with her ticket As they pnss through a door in single file a clerk looks nt each wom- Â¬ ans card and shouts out the number of rations to which sho is entitled Sup posing that there aro three in her fam Â¬ ily sho is ohtltlcd to twenty one rations for the week of course Her card shows that and every tlmo it is presented tho clerk punches it once After it has been punched fifty two times being good for one year it is exhausted The squaw passes on to another clerk who distributes corn He has a num ber of scoops of different sizes each holding so many rations Tho amount of corn duo tho woman ho promptly dumps in her shawl tied up for tem Â¬ porary use as a receptacle Sho then passes to yet another clerk who gives her the Hour or sugar due her and so on until she has received her portion of everything when she passes out at a door on the other side Usually tho squaws employ the corner of their shawls to hold the various kinds of provender but at some agencies they aro obliged by regulation to bring back sacks for tho ilour Boston Tran Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ INDIAN RATIONS llow the Aborigines Arc rroTjea Jror by the Government To any one who has never witnessed tho distribution of rations atnn Indian agency tho performance is remarkably i i I ir mm V M L - Trade Marie Can Judeo Woods in tho U a Circuit Court nt Chicago on Juno Cth decided a trado hmrk oiso Which is of Interest to all drug gists and mnnnfacturerR of proprietary medicines About a year ago tho Hostotter Co who mako nnd sell Dr Hostottors Hloimich Hitters discovered thntU A Mc Keo whs soiling at his department store On West Aludison street Chicago an imitation Tho original bottles which of ho bitter hna once been used wore employed to hold tho imitation article nnd tho cork scalod with a false or counterfeit metallic cap Suit was brought by bill in chancery and tho caso came on for Until hearing as above nnd after argument by counsel for both Bides tho court decided against MoKoo granting a perpetual Injunction with costs Â¬ l M HOT K with 1Mtof Jrjintelt Tjhh Qtftt tti IhIiUa IHO lMtMii JflnM Ia MO lw 1U llVlllHIIUUUIIIllli Cun ltiilmt Sun stove roiuh U luillut04w lew Durable nd the consumer pay Mtte or cliua pAckago vltu ever purchw DECEIVED ftiKW 1 111 111 tr eta per Tun first Unyj a boy gots ton miles away f rOin homo ho thinks tho world is a whop Â¬ Boms Horu rXS Iff A RuntMATio Talus aro greatly rcliovcd by Glenns Sulphur Bolip lillls Hull und Whisker Dyo 60 ooftHs innko a good Bums with bright feathers do not always potpic Rains Horn Sici Hradackc lassitude weakness and loss of appotito caused by malaria can bo immediately cured by Bccchams Pills An afler dlnnor speech Union County Standard Check please Tiir Puritans wero not speculators knd yet they frequently invested in stocks RELIEVES nil Btomaqh Bistros rE MOVES Nnuxcn Scnio or FutlneM REVIVES Failing ENERGY CoNor anoN Pain RESTORES Korrnsl Circulation Warms to Tok Tirf CO and Mf script nest box is shown at the rear of the house to the left Fjff 2 the roar view shows the nest bos the entrances to the nests and the nests and alfco shows the box closed tho under iloor ncss are plainly seen at the rear and the end of thu mits of collecting the eggs without go Â¬ On the upper ing inside of the house is showiu a drawer under the floor roost the dxoppings from the roost fall Â¬ ing in the drawer and removed by apunst rain This arrangement perÂ¬ exclaimed an old farmer great Civsar man dont toll mo that this country is threatened with cholera Yes its got into France and agin without proper precautions may reach America Its tcrriblel ho groaned Why last year 1 lost four of tho finest hogs you ovr see with tho cholera But this is not hog cholera Its Asiatic Oh said the fanner look Â¬ cholera ing much relieved I thought it was hog cholera Cholera 8100 ltevriinl S100 Tho readers of this paper will bo pleated tolcuru tuntthcrols ut least onouirjeaded disease that PcicncV nun been ablo tbeip o all its stages aud that is Uitarrli Hulls Catarrh Cure is tho only posltivo euro known to tho medical fraternity Catarrh beinp a constitutional disease requires a Stiffifik BR HARTEft MEDICINE Si Lwlt E LECTROTYPING TEREOTYPING OF THE HIGHEST GRADE PROMPTLY EXECUTED BY the lower iloor affords ample shelter from storms and allows plenty of A HANDY CONTRIVANCE light and air as that apartment is open in front The upper iloor is three feet Culculiitoil to Assist Crcntly m tho Un- from the ground and is simply a IoiuIIiik of lltiy the hens occupying the lower A handy homemade contrivance which part during the day while the work will assist greatly at the unloading of can be done on the outside of the house hay during the busy ufternoonspf hay for an entire year When this is done ing time isaiothing monviior less than win mm uiui uu can iuiuiii a inch ropes each 10 feet long A strong1 to sell ofirs nt jl vrv lmv nruu hut if ring must be spliced in each end of eacli he will seek some murkcit that demands rope Previous to puttiug on the load his articles he will seldom fail to re- Â¬ in tho field these ropes must bclail ceive remunerative prices for both poul one across the forward enfl and the tryanc eggs4 Qtherjmlf wuy between the middle anU Considering the prices obtained for back end of the rigging- - The ropes nre eggs in some scctionsjit is doubttui if allowed to hang looscly outside of the anything produced on the farm gives as rigging On driving the load into the barn the rings on the side next the mow where the hay is to be placed aro caught in two heavy hooks in the side of the bay Hopes and blocks hangiug and Â¬ roost-ing-place emptying the drawer which can bo pulled out without going inside the poultry house for that purpose This plan does neeessitates goiug into tlio upper apartment but very little Both tlio method tuul results when A N Kellogg Newspaper Go Syrup of Figs is liilcen it is plcnsaut mid refreshing to tho taste nnd nets We offer to our Customers and The Trade constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys Cure is taken internally acting directly Liver and Bowels cleanses tlio sys- generally the most satisfactory work posslbla of i i 02i3E ENJOYS Â¬ the tem effectually dispels colds headupon tho blood and mucous surfaces Bvstotn thereby dost toying tho foundation of tho disease nnd giving tlio patient aches and lovers and cures habituul strength by building up tho constitution constipation Syrup of Figs is tho nnd assisting natliro in doin its woric The only remedy of its kind ever proproprietors have s o much faith in its cura 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alllco except ono wprd Tho satnois true of each new ono appearing each week from The Dr Hartcr Mollleliio Co This house laces a Crescent on everything they make and publish took for it send them the name of the word and they will return yon book beautiful lithographs or substitute samples free tho worm of tho still thats n dandy olously N Y Herald livrr Irlntfd Can Yon Find to all and havo mndo it tho most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for salo in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading druggists Any reliablo druggist who may not havo it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any Â¬ it Â¬ N Kellogg Newspaper Co iLu CHICAGO U70 DEAHQ nN BT 800 WALNUT BTnEET 8T LOUISi MO 920 71 ft 73 ONTAKIO BTnEET CUEVELANO OHIO 170 ELM BTHEET CINCINNATI OHIO 401 WYANDOTTE BTnEET KANSAS CITY Ma 40 JECFEIIUON BT MEMPHIS TENN 74 TO DO EA8T ftTM 8THECT ST PAUL MIHH T no a TVT r at turning when a man downs it too lcro Its CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO 0AL L0VI8VIILF KY HCW YORK NY IJT ft IS ft M Two strong Winter the prices compensate for the the other side of tho load can readily roll the load olf tho men scarcity What the farmer should do tatojnduco his hens to lay by feeding a rigging and into the mow if it be on a level with the rigging or below it If variety of food In addition to wheat the load be especially heavy a second Mid corn he should provide milk ground to aid the men toeat and bone and finely chopped block will bo necessary Hank barns with deep bays can be filled clover It is the variety of food that promotes egg production and not bulk as quickly with lfis appliance as with more expensive commercial horse w grain If the quarters are warm the the fork H S Spauldiug in Farm and ens should lay Give thcin tho opport- Â¬ unities to produce egg and they will Home nt disappoint you Kann and Kirc- Ilunt Pood for IVrtlllern Mde Fertilizers may contain a greater portion of plunt food than is equivalent to DAIRY SUGGESTIONS their cost and yet the plant food may as to bo Do hot overfeed the calf If you do be in such shape and condition useless to the fanner for immediate ef Â¬ Jou will soon have a calf that will not fect on his crops It is true that the in alat all soluble materials of tho fertilizer may JE reason that the character of the prove beneficial to him in the future Ration impresses itself in such a marked after chemical action in the soil has re Â¬ egree upon milk is because the food is duced the substances to a state of solu Â¬ vry rapidly converted into milk who procure fertil a farmer is determined to keep a bility but farmers so with tho view of securing Kicking cow and follows the plan of izms do food for the crops Wng the calves suck the cows put all available plant which are to be grown immediately we calves on tho kicking cow that she It is when the fertilizers contain their JH Miktain tho shape of nitrates and nr neglected scratch or wound on nitrogen in their phosphates as ascld or sulphates UUler siolia recelvo attention It uated bone that the best results aro ay ho sorer than you think Apply obtained Peruvian guano and the sev Â¬ c healing lotion Vnbollno is good eral kinds of salts of potash are always Butter will do in excellent form for plant food Old cows aro often difficult to fatten Refuse materials from manufactories however though often rich in tho re- Â¬ eta are good an old cow will mnir quired elements are not always in an qnito lift flrrwjl l 14 availablo form Philadelphia Becord UCU1 US U gOOU ULUl HIUK 6UUU -- w Bom tn tho market Convenient Diint Uatlm l Missouri tho hotel boarding house Tho best dust bath is a place on tho v rtuurant keeper who serves bogus ground that has been spaded and tho uer must servo it in a dish plainly After ked with tho announcement that stones and gravel sifted out solidifies them tlip oach rain which seeming butter is an imitation should bo spaded again tfouoDv who has studied tho subject dusting places ns to keep them Hue dry and loose so JJ tvould say to a subscriber doubts Tho hens will tako udvantago of them lnual 1ls UP nutrJtlV0 value and enjoy them very much ut lu ne to The habit of holding up the milk in consider it But ns wo hve wquentlv m a heifer Is sometimes fostered by tho ti 4 tii wn eal is valuable Farmers Voice unklndness of the milker Â¬ Â¬ large profits as the product of the hens It is not always that the hens will lay many eggs in winter but if a hen only provides one egg each week she will to the plate over the mow aro next over the load and Pay well for her board and lodging and loosened and carried attached to it by hooks to the riugs on though eggs may not be numerous in flirnnln iiiiltcosinn urn obviated hvifctlt isiinpnralluUdforinnlarlnconstlpntlohJbll2 IousuQs rliouuiatism aud la grippe Aj A noo with ileas has pretty hard scratch lng to got along Blughumton Bcpubllcan polls Indiana ut iM per year WnAT Turned Completely Topsy Turvy By tho malicious pprito dyspepsia the stom Â¬ ach limy still regain its accustomed order and equilibrium by tho uho of Hostottcrs Stomach Bitters lluurtburn wind on tho stomach sour eriiotationb iervousnnnoy anco nnd disturbed rest all indicative of r y u ww srr s v Thk Uams Horn is published nt Indian parts of speech aro shopkeepers tsost uuxiou to sell Articles The swordflsh has a very cutting way jf does more than soap soap gives you more to do Pearline does away with the Rub Rub Rub Pearline 13- with it too Pearline makes another woman of her Jt washes and cleans in half the time with half the work Nothing can be hurt by it and every thing is saved with it - HM r y V Rr Ljm be honest doesnt use Pearline Shes tied to OX wnrlr rmrl tmr who Tied Down the woman -- Weu worth tho cxjcnso a gaa ono Pxms green An Amorican tourist in Franco 8ixionT of hand Refusing a marriage Her Texas you an unitatjon rP In U 1 ClIcrs ttnd ths s ns ROwi FALSI5 wt it l ack Pcttrline is never peddled if your irocer endi Mi J AMES IYLE New York yon ko unscrupuloM grocers will tell ITS ns or c Rnnc Iewllne butings down tho wclbholo I no my poring clontitug at all seasons of 1 am a watchHow is thaW yoar maker Piiactick makes perfect You can see lawyers and doctors walking on their lip porB for want of practice Ilhighaintou Leader A usher isnt a royal person Is ho Hut bos a lord of tho nislos nov No Once a Week crthclcss Tun reports of big winnings by grain speculators aro among our most popular Rtar cefonl Timlins nothing llkopoaohod eggs as tho man said when ho robbed his neighbor hcn hotiRo Loudon Answers Wnrnn In tho earth nro you going asked tho fond father when Ills son foil tho storlos--Vashlngtoii Â¬ LOVFLl DIAMOND CYCLES For uaaioa ana cente six styles PncumatlcCushlon anrl solid Tires I Dltmond Frima TobncAduit4bl Includinc Pcdtli Sttl Drop BIIDsring tosil tunning putt Sutptmion Stddlt Foreinci Stl Strictly HIGH fiirji JOHN P LOVELL ARMS COMfrsl147Wajhlngt3nStBDST0HMAS8 rutt mil Scud oecntaTn lUraot Tor onr lKDiro iffiitirhtS cAttZ logue of tiatii Hlfle t KtTolTtn fiportlag loodf etc I QUADS in Every Pxrtioulxr THEPOT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED Tunnrs no doubt about it that a sugar trust in its way la a sugar scoop Philadel phia Times Tun young lady without nn engagement ring has nothing on hand to speak or Â¬ ll Dallas Nows SHAU wo try tho tricyclo or buggy this George Im yours for morning Laural Chicago Tribune wheel or whoa Sit to inaldon lady PnoToaiummt forward and look at ma and wink If you Hoston Post Slrl Maiden Lady Wish i GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESC SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN LYON SAPOLIO 4c HCAUY Monroo Htreet Cblcago their owlr tnlur4 lUml InitruronU Ual Tun small boy acquires an early lesson In political triokory when ho sees his mother gerrymander a pie Uiiighamton Leader it GS V mil Bill rr CtUlcsucf furiuj in4 latliilinni rwiulinl ruiimnti 410 Vln II ltriUnf rf utlrU t IUnilt or Drum CboUmi Inilnirtiam rcrAnt4lbr iurrcu1 uil imim uti um m Mitrua uti M to 3H - JS Tttui n in4 music FOLKS REDUCED njr USrK lrt fund In 60c A so Remedy for Catarrh la the Kaslcat to Use nnd Cheapest 11 H j Bold Ij r dneglaU or pent by wall K T lfftielllaa Wwrwt Pa i Av Hn Tncim are somo things a woman cannot overlook Ono is a tall hat on a woman In front of herat the inatiiieo NOPlcayuna wjiAJii itiu rim iwyuimtfH dh1 lb rye OfiJ h WliarmlttM na marring no inxnTRiMW I bbl N IC E Mr T0 AVVKRTUKK1 tlt 1400 A4vwtUw PJUKASIt a 1M WHEN WKITINM Ufa that - UtMHt oiSye roar i Well What wo need f liot Kwdi saya a man blind in good roads but good food ronda lead dnly to good Two roads lead to Nashville one good awl ewyone rough and worn out Xfrmer on each carries his load of farm products to market Living ou the good road Farmor A can carry twice thoload Farmer B can carry for ho Both sell lives on tho worn out road their products and get exactly tho Bamo price It has cost Farmor B moro to bring bis wheat or cotton to Nashville but tho buyer docs not caro for thin and ho certainly is not going to pay Farmer B for living on a bad road Jt is the concern of tho farmor abovo everybody else to havo good roads and to havo them good all tho year around It costs much to haul your products to market and to haul your supplies home On a good road one horse and ono man can do as much as two horses and two men A wagon will last twieo as long rolling over a smooth as it will rolling over u rough road Here is an expenso that must bo re- Â¬ duced It is heavy and increases the cost without increasing the price of every bushel of wheat and every bale of cotton Farmers what will you do about it Homo and Farm markets Huff to ltafimiiHK Abuse Prealdont Harrison is being niinrpiy tf 11 censured because no appoint bFoster tno agent 01 various nnv eminent to bo Secretary of btnte Tho President in making hucIi an appoi tu rnout was simply following well estab It has lished Republican precedents heads of been a custom among retired tho departments and ex bureau officials of tho Republican persuasion to embark in business as claim agents as soon if not beforo they were fairly out of office It is understood that Mr Foster relin Â¬ quishes his employment under foreign governments to become Secretary of State It is further understood that when ho goes out of tho cabinet next March his experienco there will enable hint to renew his employment with foreign governments at greatly Increased This way of doing things compensation is not decent of course but it prevails under a Republican administration Peo ple who opposo such methods and desire a reform should vote for Cleveland imd Stevenson in November Chicago Her- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ASHLAND PARK STALLIONS BERMUDA 5874 Yearling exhibition UMitf two ycnrelil rec ord 229 three year old record 224 four year old record 222 third hunt tlve ycar old record 220 M fourth lient llliifk horse 15H Hix veur old trial 217 hand hluh foaled June lf 1883 Dred at ArIiIhiiu Park HIltKl I1Y IIANKKII 4144 Own brother to Lvsander sire of Lysnmler Wllllum Kearney Hov 220 Wntt224 2014 nml Ivsnndcr Chief 1040 First Dnni Puttie Patchen trial J33irrandnm by Mambrino of Chesnut Wllks 22 Patchen sire of the dam of Guy Wilkes Astral 2 18 Uomii Wilkes 2184 2151 Elvira 218i Cleorn 218tf Hour 217 and twenty nine others it the 230 list Second dam Maudy by Stanhopes Wood Hawk sire of the dam of Almoin and Alev Wilkes 220 Third dam Pattie by Downlines Vermont sire of the dam of Knigma220 Manibrluo liruce 240M stro of Kit Curry 218K Iiell Wilson 223 Gills Vermont sire of Homier Hoy 223 and sire of the dams of Nolly Abel 224V Col Hnulshnw 220 L 223K Gambetta 220 The King 22H IVarl 230 Outlaw 22 Fourth dam Jessie by Thomas Jefferson He is u beautiful black with right hind ankle white stands 15 hand high and is a perfect horse all over having both hone and substance combined with the form and finish characteristic of the cross he so well represents vlx Hnmhletouiiiii sire aud Mambrino Patchen dam This cross at amis as the very best because public performances have de monstrated its value Of its many representatives not one is the superior ol Bermu da lor not one has demonstrated the same ability to train on from year to year begin None are betniiiK with the yearling form ter bred or better looking As a sire his success is assured as out of eight his tirst crop two entered the list last year as two vear olds namelv Hcrmuda Hoy 220half mfle track aud Rosemary 223 Hcrmuda Hoy being one ot the largrxt win ning two vearolds of 1801 his tirst units being foaled in 1880 Judged at this age no stallion ever sired more uniform natural He gaited colts with speed unprecedented will stand for mares season of 1802 at 200 TO INSUItK the money to be paid as fol100 at the time of service aud the lows other 100 when the mare proves in foal being limited to thirty outside mares Parties wishing to breed to him had better book their mares early S Â¬ FORlffifc uu J 2li Tom Rogers 220 Ac First dam Sally Hamlet winner of two year Bay Stulllon foaled May 1 1880 bred u old Hamlet ntakesjin 1873 bv Hamlet sire Ashland Park SIRED BY HAPPY MEDIUM 400 A V Pantlind 220 of Loretta F 218 JjuIv M 223 Leon Sire of Nnucy Hnnks 209 Maxle Cobbftut Truro pacer 222 Eddie C pucer 220 Norm m Hrnnksitle Flora 220 anil the tiuu223 111 Utlllll Illlill ii dams of Thornless 218 Cyclone 223 Grauby 223 Graceful 22fitf and Hutu Edith 222 First Lovo 222 1 4 EriUi letta220 Maltravers 222K c Second dam Sal dam of Coaster 220 Captain Clay Driftwood and graudam of First dam Mamie West dam of Chmul thrcc ycaroldreco rd 235 Adeline 231 1 Marlowe pacer 215 by Canadn Chief est Bank 237 three years old 4c k sire ol dams of Governor 230 and Joe Allie West 745 sire of Tcwott214Jfc rjLiJ Hooker sire Maud Macey 217 e ley rnei 216 1 4 Frank Ulinmp 218 1 Third dam the dam of SoiV that produced Charley West 227 Rachel I i28J 1 by Imp Yorkshire slroof Blanche 225 also sire dams of Mollie Wilkes 222 the dam of Ashland Chief sire of Black Allie Wilkes 222 - Raven 226 Cloud 217 Uflt Wilkes 228 4 c Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred Second dam Madam Headlcy dam of Mb sire of Prince 227 ten miles in 2808 Mabe i winner two year old Kentnckr The fee of Fayette Wilkes is within the I t 3 I reach of all aud lower than that of any Drueuera owikv iboi ami HHplclai uau of Lockhart 214 by Stanhopes Ed horse of equal merit in Kentucky Season Â¬ l- Hunker 210 Flora Wilkes pacer 210 HAPPY WEST u 4- 1 I UKor2U0TO INSURE WEST CLOUD 5195 ald In another column of this paper will be found an advertisement of a medicine known as Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrrca Remedy for sale by Rose Jones of this place In almost every neighborhood throughout the west thoro are some one or more persons whose lives havo been saved by this remedy It is natural for such persons to take especial pleasure iu recommending the remedy to others The praise that follows its in troduction and uso makes it immensely popular While it is intended especially for colic cholera morbus dysentery and diarrhoea it is also claimed to cure cliron ic diarrhoea If such be the case it is certainly a Godsend to many a poor mortal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ That Good Medicine Mr C D Cone attorney of Parker ifouth Dakota says lt I tako pleasure in saying to the public as I have to my fricuds and acquaintances for the last live years that I consider Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dinrrhcea Kemedy the best mediclno for tho purposes it is intended that I ever tried Since I have used it I would not bo without it I was always subject to cholera morbus and never found anything else that gives the relief that this remedy does I never leavo home without taking it with me aud on many occasions havo ran wjth it to tho relief of some sufferer and havo My children al Â¬ never known it to fail ways call for that good mediclno when they havo a pain in tho stomach or bowels For sale by Rose Jones Destroy the Mold A Louisvillo gentleman familiar with works of art and especially plaster cast Â¬ ing said to a Post reporter a few days ago I am astonished at the authorities of Jefferson county allowing a plaster cast to bo made of Joel T Harts great statue of Henry Clay Why If Mr Hart wore alive ho would not think of permitting such a thing It is his finest work in my opinion aud I know that there aro peoplo in Chicago who would give 16000 for tho privilege of making a casting oil this figure After tho cast Â¬ ing is made 100 or more copies of the statue can bo taken from the sumo mold and it can bo done up in bronze terra cotta or iron It is surprising to me that Jailer Bailey a subordinate officer Hhould bo allowed to give tho privilege of making this casting to a privato firm It is said this casting is to be made ex- Â¬ clusively for tho Worlds Fair Well then there ought to bo a stipulation that after ono casting is taken the mold should bo destroyed I dont object to a private firm in Louisville making lfy 000 or oven 25 000 on a venture of this kind but I think it is hardly fair to artists generally aud it is an especial in justice to Joel T Hart Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Praise From HnptiblUan IartUnn When such Republican partisans as Chauncey M Depew can find words of pralsfo for the Democratic nominee it is certainly time for all friends of honest government to unite on him be they In- Â¬ dependents Mugmumps Republicans or Democrats Just prior to the Chicago convention Mr Depew paid Mr Cleve-Â¬ land the following high compliment If I were to name the typical American tho man who loves aud believes in his country beyond everything else the man who determined once in what direc- Â¬ tion his duty leads cannot be swerved from the path the man who is doggedly persistent in what he believes to be right the man who thinks not of self but of his country and its needs I would name What he has accomGrover Cleveland plished is the very highest tribute to the possibilities of American citizenship Â¬ FAYETTE WILKES 2036 great sire and the handsomest of any trot ting bred iu the United States SIKED BY GEOHGE WILKES 222 Sire of Harrv Wilkes 213K Guy Wilkes Wilson Mike Wilkes pacer 213 213 So so 217 Wilcox pacer 210 210 Joe Wilton 210 Rosa Wilkes 218 1886 223 Exhibition trial Oct Hay horse 13 hands 3 inches nigh foaled May 3 1878 The handsomest son of his Â¬ dee 220 Out of the dam of Black Cloud 217 his Third dam Mrs Stanhope by Mambrino sire out of the dam of Wilson 210 Chief II sire ot Lady Thorn 21 8 Wood Bay horse foaled March 31 188 i Bred at ford Mambrino 221 V and four other Ashland Park His sons sired London 220 Pancoait SIRED BY ABDALLAH WEST 2583 221 X sire of Patron 214 1 4 and 79 oth Sire of Wilkin 227 ers His laughters produced Piedmont First dam the dam of Black Cloud 217 217 1 4 Director 217 sire of Direct by Pilot Walker pacer 218 1 4 pacing 200 Margaret S 212K Second dam the Cluku Pacing Mare Ac and 21 others iu the 30 list Notk Abdullah West 2583 bv Allie West Fourth dam by Hunts Commodore sire of first dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson 210 dams of Commodore Belmont sire of ar by Clark Chief second dam Ohio by ne Belle 223 Doncaster 228 1 4 Gera American Clay third dam brought from nium 22SK and Mambrunellosireor Ohio and represented to be bv Browns Sadie Howe 226 Tom Bntton 22tf Ac Hellfounder Abdullah West died at six Fifth dam by Copperbottom crundsire ol years old He was the most promising duin of Rosalind 221 and Donald 227 colt I ever bred NOTKIIappy West is a rich mnhoganr West Cloud is a rich mahogany bay 15 bay 16 hands 2 iiches high and a horse of huuds 2 inches with black maueandtail elegant style with as good action as any and black legs extending above knees and son Happy Medium ever sired aa at two hooks He is a powerfully built horse for year old he could trot in 240 and would his height and has the most finished set of hav e trotted iu 230 at three years old had It feet and legs it is possible to get on a horse not been for an accident on the cars br of any breed As a two year old he gave which one of his hind legs was injured evidence of being possessed of remarkable causing him to have to be thrown oat of speed as with littl e uanuiini ne trotted a training In this horse I have the utmnit half mile in 118 1 5 and miles in his work l confidence as a creat sire beinc bv Hannv iu 24 At three years old he was not Medium one ot the most notedof theaotu trained owing to a very severe attack of of Hambletonian and out of a daughter of pink eye He also did no work on tin track the gieat Allie West the second dam is the as a four year old Asa five year old he was dam of Miss Mabel aud Rapidau who is her jogged aud trained lightly more for the pur tirst colt prouueeu locknart with a record pose of ascertaining if he was entirely re of 214 It is my intention to stand HnnpT covered than with a view ol testing his West the season ot 1892 at 30 INSURANCE speed In a few months he trotted a full thus allording an opportunity to farmers and mile iu 238 und half in 115 The season breeders to secure the services of one of the 1890 he served n few mares of my own greatest speed producing representatives in und was not put to work until September the country at a nominal price as he will be und his improvement was most remarkable limited to 30 mares Parties wishing to breed He repeatedly trotted halves iu 110 and I to him should apply early No other son of am fully convinced he will with a seasons the great Happy Medium out of as good a training trot in 220 I will let him serve dam stands at such a low figure but Iain twenty mares season of 1S92 outside of ten determined to let the public test his merit Money as a sire believing iu the near future he will of my own at 50 INSURANCE due when mure proves to be in foal be among the best in the country Â¬ I Â¬ son of Edwin Forrest 40 sire of Hilly Hev kins 226 1 4 Champagne 230 and the dams of So So 217 1 4 dam of AIISo 22014 Mambrino Dudley 2193 Lot Forrest 851 sire of Harry Stanhope 2 31 L Â¬ I breed sound highly finished trotters and Mares bred by the season not proving in foal have the usual privileges of return have for sale high bred colts and fillies out of producing dams by a greater number of prominent sires than nuy farm in the land For sale at prices based on actual individual merit I wish to farm or breed on the shares twenty approved mares For iurther infor- - StiKSSSiil1 THE CLAY CITY B J TREAOY Ashland Park Farm Lexington Ky Do Business With a Home Institution National banK CLAY CITY KY Wholesale Boots and Shoes LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Hazkl Green Ky May VVe - GREEN HUFFAKER CO 10 1892 Capital Onk IIUI Stock Im m W C Rogers of Lebanon Ky in or- Â¬ fol- Â¬ dering Quinns Ointment adds the lowing postscript It is the best thing This is the universal I have ever used expression from Maine to California For Curbs Splints Spavins WimlpufTs Bunches it takes the lend Sold by Rose Jones NuppI ClmmlHirlalnii Kye nml HUlu Ointment AaOtiRTAix cure for Chronic Sore Eyes Tettor Salt Rheum Scald Head Old Chronic Sores FovorSores Eczema Itch Prairio Scratches Soro Nipples ami Piles It Iscooling and soothing Hundreds of cases havo been cured by it after all othor tHutmcht had failed It is put up in 25 and 60 cent boxes For salo by Rose Junes octOyl Working 3ltii Aro 1IihUiik It Out Tho men thrown out of employment by Carneglo Co will hardly volo for Mr Harrison this fall Mr Clarkson is reported as saying that thero had been no such convulsions in business its would mako tho great reduction necessa ry which Mr Carneglo professed Tho New York World recently published a list of works where reductions havo been mado sinco tho passago of tjio McKinley bill which was claimed by its advocates to bo in tho interest of tho laborer but has proven to bo as stated by its oppo nents at the time aud sinco its passago to be in tho interest of tho manufacturer This list was compiled by John Do WlU Warnor aiftl includes 71 iron aud steel aud 81 other establishments aud tho reductions In each has bee A from five to Â¬ Â¬ niul Denmml tho Only ftcnlit No amount of legislation can regulato the law of supply anil demand Unless the production of silver can be stopped in all countries where the metal is mined ita value is beyond legislative control Under the existing law all the American silver product is utilized 119 money and gold aud silver are at par at tho present day simply because tho government ex Tho worlds pro- Â¬ changes tho motals duction of silver lias increased almost continuously from 05300000 ounces iu 1874 to 143550000 ounces in 1891 The larger production even at the decreased price shows that tho cnit of mining smelting and refining hu- - been reduced sutlicicutly to insure a good profit at ruling prices Chicago Graphic Â¬ have this clay completed arrangements with the FLOYD DAY frank b russell above named firm and will handle their goods in large quan UHSIlll ireiUenttitles We especially invite an inspection by the merchants e Prepared to duplicate any and all prices quoted in s we TaffinS Munaged entirely by home people Louisville account Cincinnati or Knoxvillc Merchants can buy who know you anil who are ulwnys reaily to npnnminniiil vnu these goods almost at their clours a ml save larire trenrht bills Money to loan on reasonable rates irn Vrt nftnvnfl nf mv mwl 11 tJmna f fnvnTaL fLian nnnrk fcr -- 07 l I Call onus 1M1 in any ana every quality size and price All we asK is a J0 T DAY CO vB trial Respectfully c Hazel Green Ky Represented by ED GREEX i j -- 50000 To the Trado of Eastern Kentucky Contiguous to Hazel Green w ffiSfe hErveToH ii J X H PIERATT and Sale Stable -- R- - Jilt Y AN WITH Skdamsvillk Hamilton Co Ohio June 1839 Ono bottle o Iaotor Kooiilua Norvo Tonic ouml uie eutlroly oftor iibygtciana hiui trlod anucctatifully or 0 mouth to relievo me ot Physlelaun Couldnt Cure w I Livery Feed HAZEL GREEN KY 1 PEARSONCLARK Â¬ jrf1Joub1e nntl Single Ripi nntl Sailtlle Horses W UUENNKFEIiD nervous debility Parties convey for liirt Unionvilli Mo Janunry 1SU oil to any point on reason I can sincerely Btiytbivt ltutor Kooulgs Norvo fjgCIii2- - able terms Toulo baa aotod womlorful ninco my boy commenced to uso it be baa not bud tbo slightest ftdCrl will also attend to all calls for aucsynttoms of fits and la getting stout and benrty overy otiu is surprUod tit tbo rosult bo tioneering and solicit business of this kind Uespeitfullv ivc cauBO 1 had bought eight bottTUss of medicines from Now ork ut 4i0 iwr bottle wblob did uo JOHN ll PIKllAlT Â¬ d WHOLESALE wa SHi Wi 12 w wm 14 jf Â¬ WKST MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY good DKNN18 WALSH Kansas City Mo Oat 8 VO Used Pastor Kooniua Norvt Toulo for uerv ousnoss aud genoral debility and was oeuaaieu oy sainu it uau mo uesirvu euecu MllH UEO K UliHKN aouis stix WHOLKSAIK DKAIKltS IN co TABLERSDII C RllflKFYF The following clipped from the llur Post contains llngton Junction Mo tills mediclno freo of charce Thl lwin tircnsrod bv tho information of 110 little value to persons Pastor rmr1vh5iot Fort Wauie IndM sinceItevurend IS and Koentit now prepared underbls direction by tho Is troubled with indigestion KOENIG MED CO Chicago III For some years the vlitor of the Post Ikhmi siiliject to eramp colic or fits of has Sold by Drujrelsts at 81 per Dottle O fo 85 indigestion that jtrostrntud him for several Lanre SUe 8L75 OUotUosfor 80 hours and unfitted him for huincs for two or throe days afterward About a your ago TT B MAUPIN WITH we callol on S lluteher druggist and asked for souiothlug to ward oil nil attack D that was already making life hidoous Mr Hatcher handed us ahottltv of Climber WIIOL12SALE Din GOODS Iains Colic Cholera and Dinrrluva llemedy NOTIONS UOOTrf SHOES C We toik the modiciiie according to direc CATLETTSnrHO KY fertlv tions and not only found relief on that o casion but have nevcrnl times since tried AY HOUSE Its virtues and found relief iu every in Hakpi Gnurx Ky Mas LOU DAY Proprietress Wo take this method of acknowl stance This house ly boon recently refitted and edging the cure to all others subject to in refurnished and the tahlo is at all times sup digestion plied with the best iu tho markot Hatos For sale by Hose Jones reasonable Sample room attached aud spc olnl rates to commorcial men Patrountre is thirty per cent nQly Aycra Sarsaparilla oures liver com Â¬ rospoetfultv solioltod If you do not want gray hairs uso plaint rheumatism and all diseases of ONT forget the fact that you can Halls Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer tho blood get the beit writing paper at tliU otVtce FREE A Vntunble Hook en Nervous Illicitae sent freo to any address and iKor patients can aluo obtain Dry GoodsoiNTMENT NOTIONS C Third llacc and Union St trado and our prices are TIIK IOWKSt Special attention to mail orders CIXCINXAT1 O A We carrv the goods that will nuit vour rrtinwd hj Ulf lUKBSOXTAYlOn I CURES HOTHIHG BUT PILES SURE and CERTAIN CURE Known for 10 years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES MKII CO 1 XI sTLoris H CARPENTER I J DINGFELDER WITH Â¬ M H0BIiTS0N Importers aud 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