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N i JpENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald 0 s Of a Noisy World With News From All Nations Lumbring tt His Baok 100 A YEAR Always In Advance KitfUTII YKAlt HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 12 1892 CALL - NUMBER 21 n I ShouM lln Itorito in Mlnri An Kimitst WnrHlHg TO SCHOOL CHILDREN Let your attention bo called to tho That the President is 11 Republican twvvvtvvv vtt Olnrrveil n n Orne October 31 lit to ritl Holiday That the Senate has n Republican ma- Â¬ iudiflbronco up to this time to tho laws President Harrison complying with jority That the House has a Democrat- Â¬ of immigration What ft filthy igno the act of Congress of June JO has issued ic majority mut lazy diabolical set of people wo his proclamation making Friday October The President and one half tho law Â¬ havo allowed to como and remain Men 21 a general holiday This is the recog- making power are Republican Tho and women who tako out no papers of nition of the movement to put the cele- Â¬ other half of tho law making powor is naturalization nor is their purpose over bration of tho 400th anniversary of the Democratic to become citizens of tho United States discovery of America into the hands of mind that Criminals anarchists and ovory discon- Â¬ It should also be borne in all the people by giving it to the institu Â¬ tho Democratic House of Representa tented and villainous scoundrel of other tion closest to the people and most char tives formulated and passed tho necessa countries in permitted to land and be- Â¬ acteristicof the people the public school ry appropriation bills aggregating in fore ho earns an honest meal or decent The movement undertaken by the Na all 304000000 suit of clothes ho begins to promulgate tional Educational Association through The Senate added to theso bills 130 his nefarious doctrines and form or join an executive committee which has so 000000 making tho total 500000000 some secret society for tho destruction presented it as to gain the endorsement The bills as they passed the House of lifo and properly The number in of tho press and general popular accept represent the careful economy of tho rapidly increasing the societies multiply Â¬ ance in advance of this proclamation Democratic majority of that body As ing and the danger becoming nioro The proclamation is as follows they passed the Senato they represent alarming and yet Congress spends its Whereas by a joint resolution approv- Â¬ the organized extravagance and reckless time in party harangues and leaves tho ed June JO 18112 it was resolved by tho stewardship of tho Republican majority door open for more and moro of these Senate and House of Representatives of of that body pests and demons of destruction to enter the United States of America in Congress The object of the Senates reckless ex A Russian Jew penniless and too lazy assembled That the President of the travagnnce is twofold to work for an honest penny must bo 1 United States be authorized and direct- Â¬ To furnish a plausiblo excuso for furnished with money and ho only six ed to issue a proclamation recommending tho continuance of tho iniquitous and years in tho country and no doubt push Â¬ the people the observance in all their lo oppressive taxation of the McKmley bill ed forward by an anarchist devilish calities of the 400th anniversary of the 2 To make it appear that tho Fifty Russian prostitute loaves Now York and discovery of America on October 21 second Congress is as recklessly extrava- Â¬ reaching Homestead attempts tho mur Â¬ 1892 by publie demonstration and by gant as it predecessor of infamous mem- der of a man ho did not know and who had never dono him a wroug Thousands suitable exercises in their schools and ory the Fifty first House which sought to keep tho of these foreign born anarchists shout other places of assembly The Now therefore I llenjamin Harrison public expenditures within reasonable with joy at tho deed and only regret tho This is not a Every Department Overflowing to its utmost capacity President of the United States of Amer- limits thus making a reduction in taxa- Â¬ mans life was not taken Shamo it is catch penny sjiIc of any kind but good honest values and qualities ica in pursuance of the aforesaid joint tion and tho burdens of government pos that many American papers apologizo coining week we wJH display full at fair prices Dunne the lines of Mens and Hoys Clothing representing the lead resolution do hereby appoint Friday sible could not enforce its demand for for tho man and claim that ho must bo ing and best manufacturers in the United States and October 21 1892 the 400th Anniversary economy against the concerted opposition crazy No ho is not crazy He is 11 Europe We will forfeit our reputation of thirty of the discovery of America by Colum of the Republican Executive and Senate devil in human shape and one of a We have nevyears standing in Lexington bus as a general holiday for tho people The Republican papers aro congratu mighty band who havo solemnly sworn er failed to keep our promises heretofore of the United States On that day let lating themselves that tho stand taken to do like deeds at any titno and any Â¬ the people so far as possible cease from by the Republican President and Senato where opportunity may ofler Grecu That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 5 10 toil and devote themselves to such exer- against reduced expenditures and in Clay Smith in Danvillo Advocate That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at cises as may best express honor to the favor of extravagance will induce a ma Potency of a Womuna Cumr Icrlmii 15 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at discoverer and their appreciation of the jority of the people to vote tho Repub Â¬ Judge Clarkson has disappeared in That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 20 great achievements of the four completed lican ticket Nebraska and ho ia believed to have we will sell you the beskMens Suit at 25 They evidently regard tho American been drowned In this connection it is centuries of American life Columbus stood in his age as the pio- people as deficient in common sense and deemed worthy of mention by correspon Â¬ DEPARTMENT TAILORING MERCHANT OUR neer of progress and enlightenment The ordinary judgment and discrimination dents that an abandoned woman named There is but one thing for the people Joe Clark about two years ago pro- Â¬ system of universal education is in our Is the finest in the United Suites Our Cutters and Workmen are hrst We are doing the largest business we have ever done class artists age the most prominent and salutary to do To change the Executive and nounced a curse upon bis head and upon Come and make your selections early feature of the spirit of enlightenment Senato to tho economical opinions of tho the jury who consigned to tho gallows a and it is peculiarly appropriate that the House This can only be done by voting notorious murderer in whom sho was in schools be made by the people the center ngaint the Republican ticket tercted By way of emphasizing this Let the First remove tho obstacle to economy incident and its bearing upon thoTato of of the days demonstration national flng float over every schoolhouso in public expenditures and then econo- Â¬ those in question it is also mentioned Cincin- Â¬ in the country and the exercises be such my will come Not otherwise that tho States principal witness tho as shall impress upon our youth the pa- nati Enquirer TAILORS Prosecuting Attorney and two of tho LEADING CLOTHIERS and County IimIK IIh1 In I triotic duties of American citizenship jury besides tho Judge havo fallen un Â¬ churches and in the other places In another column will be found tho der tho potency of tho womans curse In the of assembly of the people let there be announcement of Judge Marcus C Lisle Most pcoplo will sco but a simple coinci Â¬ t644frO0666ft6O466 I expressions of gratitude to Divine Provi- Â¬ of Clark county as a candidate for the dence in these fatalities but doobUtsH 5y 4 V dence for the devout faith of tho discov- Democratic nomination for Congress in there will bo some who will receivo them erer and for the Divine care and guid this district In presenting his claims to as proof of the womans preternatural ance which has directed our history and the Democrats of IKe Judge Lislo ar- influence Louisville Post gues that he conies from a county which so abundantly blessed our people DicIiIimI IriiKrtitrt Wltlllit the Drcado In testimony whereof I have hereunto has shown more disposition to cultivate Kentucky is now doing her part in tho set my hand and catted tho seal of the friendly relations with our pcoplt than way of educating her children MR J I Cask Hlckorr 3rovo Krm norao The per Undue Wis says After trying 3 of any other county in the district It will every known remedy I removed n lurgo liuncb -- United States to In affixed capita has been gradually increasing year of two yearn utaudinK from a 3 yoar old Ally Done at the city of Washington this bo reineinlHjred that Clark county freely after year until now it is 2J0 per child with three applications of 100000 to the L C and V 21st day of July in the year of our Lord subscribed With I one thousand eight hundred and ninety railroad several years ago aqd that ono changesthe few needed andin important made and suggested tho school and of the independence- of the of the conditions of said subscription was ItlHtholMJRtpreparntlonI haveevericdor heard S two law now before tho Legislature wo shall S United States the one hundred and sev that the road wes to run to Heattyville of I heartily recommend It to all llonemen have a system that will aflord five months Rhnjamix Hakiubon or Proctor Failing to secure this road enteenth We have hundreds cj such testimonials free tuition to every boy and girl in tho Clark county then subscribed and paid By the President per bottle AslcyourdriiRKUtfnMt If he Prlct Suite Tho progress mado during tho Itneml us 25c Htamtxi or slU it for trUl ftox 100000 to the K U which has been of John W Fostkk Sec of State past ten years is wonderful and speaks A IV TXADB uinic U1Y CO Whitehall N Y immense benefit to Leu county Clark well for those who havo labored so faithNhv Onlur or TIiIiik In Hiirlitn county has 24 miles of Kuntucky river fully for tho upbuilding of tho cause of Prof Tuper is back from a visit to front and is certainly as much interest education in the in the interest of a school State of Kentucky Harlan county a imrriTr V ed in improving the Kentucky river as Madisouville Hustler to be established at the mouth of Yocum any other county in the district and she creek That is the best part of the coun- Â¬ Olirlntliui County WltiMtt llnrvtutt is the only county presenting a candi Â¬ AT THE ty and there are f00 children of school The Christian county Ky farmers date which is directly interested in tho age within a ratlins of five miles from Kentucky river Clark county has not aro now harvesting one of tho finest the site of the proposed school The had an office either State or National wheat crops they havo raised in many people are very much interstcd and have for about half a century and has not years and are in high spirits over their presented a subscription of nearly 900 It is estimat- Â¬ been greedy in asking for olilical favor crop prospects in general beside a lot 300 feet square for the new ed that 70 per cent of the wheat hits Judge Lislo contrasts with this tho recA great change has come over Regular Meals2r Cents Meals to Order at All Hours Hrcnkfiua from 0 A M school ord of Montgomery county which lias been threshed the quality being extra They are sick of Oys tho people of Harlan from r i M ti 0 i M Supper M t l a M Dinner from 10 A M to 3 had in the last ten years a U S Senator fine and with a week moro of good wea- Â¬ fl A M to 12 the disorder anil bloodshed of the past Open from Urn Lamb Fries Fish Chickens and QuiiIh a specially two terms in tho Ixmer House of Con ther tho entire crop will he housed and few years and are ready to co operate pm Proprietor CUS LUICART gress a Chief Justice of tho Court of most of it placed on tho market A few with any meaure to improve the moral Appeals two Associate Justices of the small quantities have sold as low as fifty and educational condition of the county Superior Court Circuit Judge and Com- - cents but a No 1 grain is in demand at H CJ JONES JOHN M ROSE The American Missionary Association mon wealths Attorney and she is now sixty five to sixty eight cents jasr bimliel propose to erect a school building capable ask ug for both Democratic and Repub- - Christian is known ovcrywheeo as tho of beat ng 300 pupils and a house for tho can caud dntes for Judge of tho Court largest tobacco and one of tho largest teachers and hope to havo these com- of Appeals for Congress and for State wheat growing counties in America and pete so as to beg n school by the 1st of Examiner of Ranks DEALERS IN I he Democrats her produce brings first class prices rriWIIHiiiwliiirLrTiinM ry j ouirht to studv these facts and make up Ilnll In MIoIiIichii iltjr mj1s in accordance with their best impirf Coiitiiinrw A Kalamazoo Mich J dispatch of the A standing advertisement in a paper interests and with a spirit of fairness to 4th inst says Tho worst hall storm that KENTUCKY HAZEL GREEN rnnspinuim--oiinjrvvr iifiileiice The man w lo nnmnml ever occurred in this section came down inv Notions Ladies Dress foravear lives in one community and ICI IM Im Curry a complete line of Dry Goods upon Kalamazoo and the surrounding - tlltt llDiirtlt lOtflttGoods Gents1 Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Patent Medi Â¬ leads a reputable life even though he bo country last evening causing about 30 The prices of wheat corn hay wool cines Saddles Harness c and sell FOR AMI at prices of moderate ability will grow in confi hogs and beef have declined and the 000 damage 801110 of tho hail stone A11 goods dence nnd esteem of his fellows On thu Green lower tlmn ovpv hofove seen in prices of groceries shoes hats hardware measured three inches in length I mfMiiiiiinr niKor 4i Wm Every green house and skylight in the and clothing have advanced during the guaranteed as represented or money refunded meiit becomes familiar to tlio eyes 01 tno past year The farmer is trying to lo- - city were riddled as though they had reader it makes the name ami Dimness beep bombarded with grapeshot CropV iwvr of the man familiar and it inspires con- - oate the benefits of the McKinley bill NEATLY CHEAPLY ami are badly damaged Send your order tidence in the stability of the enterprise Cincinnati hnquinir I lIMb CUTED AT THIS OFFICE UUD The Greatest Effort OF Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iiYim OTAtI IN 3 Â¬ History Lexington Louis ooH Gus Straus mmm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ That Â¬ L G STRAUS FINE KENTUCKY Â¬ LEXINGTON ww8Swn alxoooooH kSJ I000 o0oww g Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jay-Kvp-S- QUIMNS OINTMENT - Â¬ i Â¬ ovmms XBngllsh Kitchen mm 4nwF Â¬ lm mj No 12 W Short Street 1 Lexington Ky Â¬ Â¬ KOS1G JON IBS t - mo I Â¬ Ilael 1 inn nmiUTTRTrT rKIIM ruwinu pmyiyif L U WJfT T pyfiwwri mn- - 1 n t- - v dencc If you enn not trvst Him whom of earthly malice dashed Its bloody can you trust I do not offer you a dry foam against ono foot the rnvo of In- Â¬ I simply ask fernal malice dashed against his other theological technicality you to come and put both feet on tho foot while tho storm of Gods wrath SPENCER COOPER Publisher What Shall I Do Thon With Pok of Ages Take hold of Christs against sin beat on his thorn pierced Josus KY hand and draw Him to your soul with brow and ull the hosts of dnrkness HAZEL GREEN perfect abandonment and hurl yourself with gleaming lances rampaged through He His holy soul Kuril Our of You Will llnvc to Ak anil into the deep sea of His mercy Oh see the dethronement of Heavens comes nnd mivb If I will save you A COMMON CASE Aimm r Iur llltmrlf That yurtlou you do not think lie is a hypocrite and King the Conqueror fallen from tho Sit in oil by ltr T llnWIlt Tnl- A Certain lrotutncnt Man and the Wicked inaRC I li a liar wheu He sas that believe Him white horse the mnssacre of a Godl Krportcr and say Lord Jesus I believe here is Weep ye who have tears over the lone-Â¬ Theres n certain public man In Chi Â¬ preached by Hct my heart Wash it Save it Do it liness of His exile and the horrors of Among the cago who Iiuh a habit of saying the next Dr Talmage sermons in England the one se Â¬ now Aye it is done for I obey thy His darkness Christ sacrificed on the lay after giving1 a reporter IiIh opinion lected for publication this week is from promise and come 1 enn do no more funeral pyre of a worlds transgression Hlnmc that young on uny matter Matthew xxvii ii What That is all Thou hast asked I come the good for the bad the great for tho fellow he wroto about four times uh the text with Jesus Christ is mine Pardon is mine Heaven mean the infinite for the finite thu shall I do The man has a much us I told him God for the man Olt if there be in all Pilate vn tin unprincipled politician is mine partner fat and Jolly who bus heard lie had sympathies convictions of right Whv inv friends von nut more trust this audience one persufc r touched by tho criticism so ofUn when he thought nnd desires to be honest but all these in everybody than you do in Christ and this story of the Saviours Jove show it undeserved that hu thought hed lay were submerged in the bridge me where is that I ma mark tho wish to be popu Â¬ in everything more a llttlo snure for its author He in- Â¬ lar and to please by apeople Two disÂ¬ crossing the stream trust ladder up i monster ofhe in the the ingratitude and of trime If structed the stenographer of the firm tinguished prisoners were in tho grasp tho loft more trust to the stove that you could see Christ as He is you would whoso desk was very near that of tho of government and the proposition was confines the fire more trust in the cook rise from your seat and certain public mans the next time made to free one of them There stauds that prepares your food more trust in down at his feet crying lling yourselves My Lord my a reporter came in to interview the c llikiitliii ftlaa u I uk lliliil t tl llll jmiiiiuiiM uiu inmiiiiviu tuiiiu iiiima the clerk that writes your books in the light my love my joy my peace my p m she wan to take down the entire Christ the Saviour of the world At the druggist that makes tho medicine in strength my expectation my heaven conversation between them and after- Â¬ demand of the people the renegade is the bargain maker with whom you my all Jesus Jesus ward make a typewritten copy of it set free but Jesus Is held As the hard j trade more trust in all these things Oh you can not love him Do you nnd give it to him the partner vistiged and cruel eyed Harabbas goes j than in Christ although he stands this want more of his tears Why he has taking cure that the e p in didnt more offering without limit and his sympathizers know anything about it Nothing among congratulations receiving their moment mistake and without excep shed them all for you He has no His Do you want more of his blood coarse lilate turns to without whatever was said to any reporter who want arteries were emptied dry and the Iron One day last week in came the repre-Â¬ his other distinguished prisoner mild tion universal pardon to all it Now is not that cheap enough all hand of agony coud press out nothing meek inolTensivc loving sentative of a paper and asked the c more Would you put him to worse ex- Â¬ and hu is confounded as to what things for nothing p in what he thought of a certain This is the whole of the Gospel as T cruciation ho had better take so he imdrive another nail matter Laying down his pen and tilt- Â¬ course the mob as a jury to decide say- Â¬ understand it that if you believe that into Ills hand Then plunge nnothorspoar panels and ing his chair the e p in unburdened What shall I do then Christ died to save vou you are saved into ills side and twist another thorn himself freely Next morning the re- Â¬ ing to them When Now No more doubt about it into his crown and lash him with nn with Jesue sult of the reporters call appeared in No Oh it is no dried or withered question than that you sit there No more doubt other flame of infernal torture type Scarcely had the e p m reached you have a right says some one stop stop he shall and it than that his oiliee and laid aside his coat and hat but one that throbs with warm man about No more doubt about it than that Knongh the hand not be smitten again You remember quick pulse in tho heart of every when he burst forth linough the blood If you had committed tears and wommt here We must do some there is a God that reporter coming in here and inter Â¬ thing with Jesus He is here You five hundred thousand transgressions the torture Knough tho Enough agony viewing me yesterday Enough Knongh cries earth nnd I are not so certainly here as lie is Christ would forgive you just as freely Guess so answered the partner one cries Heaven Aye cries Enough Well sir hes done hist what I wish for He fill ull this place the loving as if you had never committed but living dying Christ and each one of though you had gone through the whole hell At last enough to Heaven 1 could get the reporters out Oh look at him thy butchered Lord us will have to ask and answer for him Â¬ catalogue of crimes arson blasphemy of doing What shall I do and murder Christ would pardon you unshrouded and ghastly as they Hung self the question Yes Whats that Well my friends just as freely you coming to Him as Him from the tree his wounds gaping Making a quarter of a column out then with Jesus there are three or four things you can though you had committed oily the for a bandage Are there no hands to I of half a dozen or so little sentences slightest sin of the tongue Why when close these eyes Then let the sun go give them How much would you think do with him You can in the first place let Him Chi 1st comes to pardon a soul He stops out and there be midnight Howl ye 1 said to that reporter yesterday rtand without a word of recognition for nothing Height is nothing Depth winds and howl ye seas for your Lord 0 a few Hundred words T know bu I do not think your sense of com is nothing isEnormity is nothing Pro is dead Oh what moreme ouldhchavo Excuse me but Nonsense done for you and for than he has that He traetedness nothing I didnt speak a hundred words of my mon courtesy will allow O er sins like mountains or their sSe Vould he pay a bigger price done opinion all told You must remember comes walking on such a long journey The sens of Mivt reljtn jTtce cnimiuI Could he drink a more bitter cup a chair on that I chose my words very carefully you will certainly give isHim weary you he ell ol soveu Un grace arise worse catastro which He may sit He so and used few of them surely you will Lord Jesus I give up all other props Could he plunge into a phe And can you not love him Groan would not let Him stand without some give un all other expectations I did so recall that Ruined a beggar comes to your aU1 umlonCt j hiy hoUl Thce i pi0iUi Thy again 0 blessed Jesus that they may One of those half sarcastic very re ogution door you recognize him and say mlniM plaguing smiles to the other fellow v to Thy arins oni slV0 feel thy sacrifice Groan againof Put thy you meet a If hat do you want spread over the face of the fat jolly ishu Uk christian com- - the four lingers and the thumb strangcr faint m the street you say iuivii m Willi t into thi nriiiv iliirimr the wounded hand upon them that the gash partner as he took from a drawer in his strike their soul and What is the matter with you and desk a bunch of type written manu uhmie of in the palm maymay Wiri bleed into them thy warm life your common humanity and your com- script Then he remarked Have you v MUM1 Juul onv a feu loaves of nmn sympathy and your common sense bread and the delegate of the com- Â¬ Groan again 0 Jesus and see if they to spare a moment Certainly replied the c p m with of propriety will not allow you to let mission was cutting the bread and giv- - will not fool Oh what will you do with such a Him stand without recognition the ing it out to wounded and dying men lamb liUe innocence wounded One of the hills You will Some one came up and said Cut those Christ as that You have got to do Â¬ The partner proceeded to read a verbatim report of every word that had ask What makes Him weep where slices thinner or there will not be something with Him this morning Will you passed between the e p in and the re- was He hurt who wounded Him enough to go around And then the What will you do with Jesus Will on I again by yoursin He whither goes He porter What pictures were to be seen whence came delegate cut the slices very thin nnd slayIim Will you crucify on tho features of that c p ms face know there have been men who have handed the bread around until they all spit upon Him again What will you do with Hint again indilVerence hated had some but not much with outiageous may best be imagined He is to be credHut blessed ited however with having heard the Christ but 1 know very well that that be lind there is no need of economy in Him who has loved you more than a love more than a fathers is not what vou will do with Jesus document read entirely through this Gospel llread for all bread enough brothers more love yea than a mothers love Another thing you can do with him When the partner had finished he and to spare Why perish with hunger through all these years Oh is it not you can thrust him back from your Now Mr said after eliminating Again I advise you as one of the best ull the remarks that are plainly Irrele- heart and tell him to stand aside If an things you can do with Christ to take enough to make the hard heart of the vant to the subject matter of tho re- inoffensive person comes and persists in him into your love Now there are rock break Jesus Jesus What shall porters call and counting only those standing close up to you and you have two things which make us love anyone we do with thee I have to say that the question will which it is reasonably plain you want in various ways given him to under Â¬ inherent attractiveness and then what stand that you do not want his presence he does in the way of kludncss toward after awhile change and it will not be for publication you will find that you spoke exactly J JM7 words or nearly a or his society then vou ask the reason us Now Christ is in both these posi- what shall we do with Christ but what column and a half of opinion to that of his impertinence and bid him away tions Inherent attractiveness fairer will Christ do with us lling all the reporter and you say that he has put it Well that is what we can do with than the children of men the luster of bells of eternity at the burning of a dp you think TnTthat day all into a quarter of a column about Jesus the morning in his eye the glow of the world will dp with what Why Christ us He has stood close by us a great Christ 600 instead of JM7 words Jo out and setting sun in his check myrrh and There is that man whom while ten twenty thirty forty years frankincense in the breath of his lip will say buy tho young man a box of erfoctos There is that woman whose do It said the thoroughly beat He lias stood close by you three times a In a Heaven of holy beings the best I called Ill en c p in but ho didnt Chicago day breaking bread for your household In a Heaven of mighty ones the strong- Â¬ soul I importuned Hut they would not all night watching by your pillow He est In a Heaven of great hearts the any of my ways I gave them innumer Â¬ Tribune able opportunities of salvation They has been in the nursery among your and the most sympathetic rejected ACCEPTED THE SITUATION them all Depart I never knew children He has been in the store tenderest Why sculpture has never yet been able Hlessed be God that day has goods lie has been In the In n among your Tffo Hutu Thut Miulc Their to chisel his form nor painting to pre Â¬ you come Halt ye destinies of eterni- Â¬ flying wheels and now factory amid the Trui sent the flush of his cheek nor music to not Ono Heres a short lesson in contentment if you do not like His society you can strike his charms and the greatest sur Â¬ ty and give us one more chance bid Him away aye if He will not go prise of eternity will be the first ino more chance and this is it that may be worth noting A gentle Â¬ Some travelers in tho wilderness of man at tho north end of the town had vou can take Hint by the throat and imittt linii ivn imivIi into his nreseneo been annoyed by a huge rat which per- Â¬ tell Him you do not want His inter- - aml wth u pliledhsiluls xm streaming Australia a few years ago found tho sisted in making way with chicken ference that you do not want H s eVls aml heart bounding with rapture skel tonof a man and some of his gar- Â¬ ments Itnffavriusty kettle on which tho feed and pretty much everything else urea it on your enoow mat you uo not we cry out This is Jesus man had w ritten or scratched with his want His eye on your behavior You that it found in the barn loft where a All over glorious Is my Lonl O God I am linger nail these words few hens were struggling to reproduce can bid Him away or if He will not go livuu nnd yet adored Iomiit uc if of thirst My brain is on fire dying HU worth all the nations knew themselves in the shape of chickens in that way then you can stamp your Suie tin whole earth would loe him too My tongue is hot God help me in the One of tho new fangled French rat foot as you would at a dog anil cry Oh how suggestive of lias lie uotdone enough to win our wilderness Hogono traps that had attracted so much at- Â¬ Peter the Great laying the condition of those who die in tho Yet 1 know you will not treat Jesus affections tention about town have been baited with a choice piece of roasted cheese that way When Pilate could not do aside royal authority went down among wilderness of sin through thirst Wo to tempt the trespasser but the old that you could not Desperadoes and the ship carpenters to help them but take hold of them to day We try to fashioned steel trap was burled under outlaws miirht do so but 1 know that Russia got the chief advantage of that bring the cool water of the rock to their John Howard turned lips We say Ho every one that tho chuff in tho well worn path from is not the way you will treat him that condescension God thy father awaits under the hay tho wire a ttair being that is I not what you will do with Jesus j his back upon the refinements and went thlrsteth i I I ii till around prisons to spy out their sorrows thee Ministering spirits who watch IMI Villi ill I UK XU1IV 19 illlWbltVl hlllllj pushed aside meanwhile Tho old rat Mi hint you can look on him merely as an ami relieve their wrongs but English the ways of the soul bend now this mo Â¬ tumbled into tho hidden trap and was caught This was perhaps three weeks optician to euro blind eyes or an artist criminals got the chief advantage of ment over this immortal auditory to see to tune deaf ears a friend a good that ministry Hut when Christ comes what we will do with Jesus ago und me Tho saerillee for companion a It is for helpful a Nothing was thought of tho wire cage friend The battle of Lexington April 10 cheerful passenger on shipboard but you and me The tears for you and mo which lay half concealed by a lock of 177 marked the beginning Of the Amer Â¬ that will amount to nothing You can The crucifixion for you and me lmy until Saturday when it was moved Tho Hrilish mi 1 were hopelessly in debt ican revolution and If out of the way A mass of stuff in tho look upon him as a God and bo abashed came and paid my debts and strong marched to Lexington and Con Â¬ center of tho cage attracted uttention while he rouses tho storm or blasts a someone and upon examination it was found that tig tree or heaves u rook down tho gave me a receipt in full and called otV cord during the night of April is for a couple of half grown rats had found mountain side That will not do you the pack of hounding creditors if 1 the purpose of destroying tho stores ofÂ¬ their way into it had evidently given any good no more save your soul than were on a foundering ship ami you tho patriots Thoy went mot at Lex up trying to escape and had Bottled the admiration you have for John Mil- Â¬ camo In a life bout and took mo off ington by 70 patriots whom they fired could I ever forget your kindness upon und dispersed The patriots from down to make tho best of the situation ton or William Shakespeare I can think of only ono more thing Would I ever allow nit opportunity to the region round about speedily gath Thoy had drawn in through tho spaces at least two quarts of chaff and bits of you can do with Jesus and that Is to pass without rendering you a service or ered under arms and successfully op hay and had constructed a comfortable take Him into your hearts That is tho attesting my gratitttdo and love Oh posed the Hrltlsh at Concord compellnest and gone to housekeeping They best thing you can do with Him that is how ought we feel toward Christ who ing their retreat and severely harassing tho only safe thing you can do with plunged into tho depth of our sin and them on the inarch Hrltlsh loss U7a looked surprised nt being disturbed American 108 Him and may tho Lonl omnipotent by plucked us out Hartford Count nt Ought It not to sot tho very best emo- Â¬ spirit help me to persuade you to do The Hoy Felt Safe Father to Tho Howard or ludiutry that A minister of Christ was speak Â¬ tions of our heart into tho warmes- t- youthful son Now look here my lad- Â¬ Lo Grand Stanned Why is tho crowd ing to Bomo children niwl saidTho story is so I will aye a red hot glow being kept back so forcibly point you to Christ A llttlo child rose old that people almost get r sleep whllo die if you ever do that again Ill make Kirby Stone So as to give tho polico in tho audience and came up and put they are hearing And jet there ho you smart for it Son You cant do it a chanco to see tho procession I fancy her hand in the baud of tho pastor and hangs Jesus tho man Jei us the God Teacher says I was born stupid nnd no Puck said Please sir take mo to Johns Was thoro anything before or since power on earth can make mo smart Detroit lYoo Press Oh that it uny thing1 to bo compared to this spec now I want to go now IlHBker iHjiulh lmi Itrmurk A Motto of tho Profession Now Gawum That was a bad slip of thc might be now with such simplicity of taelo of generosity and woo Did heart experienco that you and I join hands strings over snap with a worse torture Ill give yer a motto for tho business toHgae on Hunkers part MadoxYos he had just eaten a and bcek after Christ and get an expres j YVero tears over charged with a heavier said tho old thief to the young ono grief Did blood ever gush in each Well what is it sion of his benefaction and his meroyl Take things easy banana Judy You may take Christ lutp your coufl- - globule tho price of a boulV Tho wave Detroit lrco Press Hazel Green Herald PILATE QUESTION A GOOD HUSBAND Tho Hort of it Man Who U Hound to Mak A J I 1 I a a 1 self-sacrifici- Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ HU Wlfo Itnppj most delightful man who is hand soino enough to cnuse many a maidens heart to flutter nnd who is well enough off to be a suitable cause in mammas estimation for the fluttering was modest enough to nfllrm that ho reÂ¬ mained Ringle owing to tho fact that ho did not feel capable of making a woman happy This very statement irovcaled the truth that he would indeed bo tho man to make one of the best of hus bandu nnd in consequence make a very happy woman of the girl ho choso for his wife It is not tho man who is afraid ho will not 1111 in the matrimonial play that is the one that fails signally in tho role If he ever ventures so far nnd itska a woman to be his wife she is pretty sure that her life will 1k pleas en t so far as her domestic relations are concerned If his modesty is not as- Â¬ sumed ho will never quite recover from the surprise of her accepting him and he will always regard her love as a possession that Is exceedingly precious and must be carefully guarded less it slip away from him No matter how many years they are married it will nl ways be the same and the modest un Â¬ assuming bachelor will prove tho de voted admiring husband to the end On the other hand the superb creature who considers that he bestows a little slice cf Heaven with the giving of his name is the ono that Is going to make a girl wretched He feels as though perhaps he were too precipitate in his wooing and shows her by his ac- Â¬ tions if he does not tell her in so tunny words that there were many other girls just dying for him If money is scarce it will not be ho that will sutler His glorious form must be arrayed in gorgeous apparel his luncheons necessarily of the finest nnd hi cigars the best though perhaps at home his wife in a garment that may have been one of the dresses of her trousseau many years ago eats warmed over messes and does her own work He in his pride considers it enough honor for any woman simply to bear his name and if it were suggested to him that his wife was miserable ho would not credit such a rediettlous statement Girls do not be deceived by the gay showy men who are essentially selfish and who could never love anyone as well as their own charming self Do not let the fine figure handsome face and dashing air make you snub the quiet modest chap who blushes when you speak and appears a trifle stupid before the gay witticisms and flow of talk of the more dashing rival Thu modest man is the ono for the long race and if your head is level and your heart in the right paee the evanes Â¬ cent i harms of the ope will be com- Â¬ pletely swallowed up and lost sight of in the substantial lasting character of the other Philadelphia Times A LAND GRABBERS ii PLAN Â¬ Â¬ How Shrrwil Mmitiitilitn Olitiilnoil HI Hrouil Aero Â¬ One of the most lofty and ambitious grablers in the state was not long ago observed to bo engaged in a most mys Â¬ terious business He was taking wom- Â¬ en out into the wilderness a stage load or two at a time They were very reputable women school teachers type writers married women and their friends They were taken to a largo and pleasantly situated house upon the Nt - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pretext that they were to attend a ball and a dinner and get a hund ed dollars as a present It all proved true party after excursion Excursion party went out in this way and when the ladies returned to the town that had thus been pillaged of its beauty they report d that they had fared upon venison and wild fowl with the very best of fixings and that at the ball a number of stal- Â¬ wart nnd dashing cowbovs had become their partners tripping their light fan- Â¬ tastic measures with an enthusiasm which made np for any lack of grace that may have been noticed The reader may fancy what a lark it was to the women and how very much enjoy Â¬ ment the more mischievous wedded ones among them got by pretending that they were maidens heart whole and free of fancy Hut whllo those women were in the thick of this pleas- Â¬ ure they each signed a formal rights claim to a homesteaders in the lands thereabout And as they prove up those claims in the fulness of time each will get her one hundred dollars Tho titles to tho land will then bo made over to the in Â¬ genious inventors and backers of the scheme and the land will be theirs Thus in the language of a pictur- Â¬ esque son of Montana a fellow can get a dukedom if he wants it This is an absolutely true account of the conquest of a valloy In Montana and the future historian of our country will find much else that is akin to it and that will make nn interesting chapter in his records Juliau Ralph in HarÂ¬ pers Magazine - The Tlewuril of Industry Le Grand Stanned Why is the crowd being kept back so forcibly Kirby Stone So as to givo the polico a chanco to see tho procession I fancy Puck Hunker Iiijiidlclou Keinnrk Gazzam That was a bad slip of tho tongue on Hunkers part MaddoxYes ho had just catcu a bttuuua Judge ON Tho W THE SUNSET TItAIL Fato That Bofbll a Faithful Mail Oarrlor Danny Kodmond was the mnll carrier on the Sunset trail and ho fully realised tho importance of his position i I Traffic mljjht stagnate civilization might pall but tho United States mail I must go right ahead and on schedule As f time at that way for tho Sunsot trail far over tho dreary f it wound Its plains of Kansas across the Cimmarron and on and on into tho great stuto of the Lone Star Hut Dannys route only extended to Crooked Creek a town consisting of a W grocery store At this time tho popula- 1 tion of Ford county could have been easily corralled on a quarter section y and had comfortable stunding room f at that Danny was an npostlo to these lone settlers and only one who ha experienced thu appalling lorn-lif- t ness of existence In those thlnly-peo- ftfpkd plains where you can sue your next door neighbor shanty on clear F days only can realize the joy with which they heralded this blue eyed ijj brown haired bimch of turbulence JpH Two oclock would comment some unkempt denizen consulting tho sun Dannyll be here in ten minutes Then they would look till their eyes ached afar to where the Sunset trail tipped over the roll of prairie at the horizon Soon their watching would be rewarded and steadily and swiftly yould the bay mare- - Dolly boar her rider down tho trail in that swinging indefatigable gallop of the mustang Perchance some settler coming into thu post office would appreciate the best side of the road and jog along in the path that Dauny chose Jit out o the way of the Tinted States mail would come the warning ami he would prudently git to the other side of the road for Danny could rand would shoot and besides didnt lie A4hnvc everyono of those follows down at the office to stand at his back to the last shot So no matter how much of a fire eater the obstructor might be he switched oil when the carrier demanded Is not to wait wattl Rfovr leading families call for oho bnl to slnrt tho church first ami cull In the families Afterwards f Two now buildings arc to bo erect Â¬ ed at tho Womans college of Balti- Â¬ ii uiu nome ride He was nob more 0110 for a dormitory tho other afraid ihul he been a coward he for tho girls Latin schoolin which two would have remained safely at tho hundred students arts now preparing fort Hut an ominous dread fell upon foroollojfc him as he thought of the dark Cim- Â¬ Tho pope has definitely refused tho marron Ho arrived at Wabash and request that ho elevate Archbishop Cor looked in at thu open door of the Ihck rlgan of Now York to tho cnnlinalato and Lnrtnn housclinlii It is thought that this decision Is tho was topsy turvy as left in the hurry nt consequence of the antagonism botween departure the archbishop and Cardinal Gibbons Well Kosie is safe anyway he con Â¬ Among the students in tho Chicago f fided to Dolly with a sigh Theological seminary Congregational Their Hying shadows grew longer and arc three Christian lows one GtVliom longer and finally night dropped on tho Kabbl Fronder was converted In tho plains Hefore him loomed the CitnniM Hebrew Christian mission Chlcngo ron lie could see the misty vapor roll- Â¬ which Is conducted by Kcv It Angel a ing up like smoke graduate of this Institution If theyre anywhere theyll be down Edward Everett Halo Jr a gradu Â¬ there he mused Theyll want to lav ate of Harvard class of ISSM has acÂ¬ along the trail and catch some of the cepted the professorship of English litÂ¬ settlers niakin for Dodge Wonder If 1 erature in the Iowa State university hadnt better cross further down Ho was assistant professor In this It was a good idea and he turned Dol- Â¬ course nt Cornell for two yours and has ly from the trail and directed his course recently been studying In Europe luitlicr down the river Kcv Dr Conwoll of Philadelphia The reins changed from right to left had a law practice 3loldlnga revenue of as he entered the mist and his right 10000 a year before ho entered tho fell uikui the protruding butt of a re- Â¬ ministry So generous Is ho Hint ho can ZLOS volver in his lelt A twig cracked un Â¬ not receive 11113 fflft from church or der the horses feet and gave the rider friends without bestowing It or feeling i- K a start Down into the waters of the tempted to bestow It on some ono else iVi Cimmarron they splashed Dolly pulled The corner stone of a new building at lac rem for the Catholic university of America cL Vj No no Doll cant drum this time In Washington was laid recent h he inur mured The new building will stand by the fV He climbed the bank on the opposite side of the Divinity hall Tho addresses side and rode out on the plain breath at tho corner stone laying worn made ing easier by Cardinal Ulbbons and Col Charles S Spang Bonaparte Dolly bolietTforward and a flame of Tho Yalo Class book shows the the right off way n ai0 light Hashed in the darkness up the rapid growth of the college by thosUool And that was often For that lad had m 5W i the idea inculcated into his bing that all river the senior class which will graduate It was the war cry of o with IsT men surpassing the largest preother powers terrestrial and celestial I1 vious class b3 UT Nlnet3 thrco of the were secondary considerations when tho Arapahoes The tight and flight class are church members principal the Tinted States mail was concerned was on With a yell of defiance he fired Congregattonallsts Episcopalians and and he seized every opportunity to ex Â¬ at the dark mass tearing af tenhim and bending lowovcr the saddle horn spoke Presbyterians but almost evc r3 sect h ercise his authority represented How longingly and expectantly those encouragingly to tho horse propose to study nouy a you ever run do it now law JJ go into buslncs 11 atudy theolo eager pioneers would watch the letters aiti uUAaO g3 10 medicine and 18 expect to teach distributed Though perhaps they Youre faster than any of them Dolly LUk A VV hud no grounds for expecting a letter if youll only try look out for gopher Tho ntllcial census of the United A0V j yet their hope did not sink until tho hiHjv thats a good horse Wuow that vpu States gives an estimate of the respec ii6l y ono was close Now youre gettiu u Inst one was put awa3 tive wealth of orthodox Jewish and re i down to it Dolly Well beat the red form Jewish congregations There arc Then the return mail would be made I x i OrA 515 orthodox organizations with a total L r i up and at the exact minute Danny devils yit On Doll Remember weve of 5TUY7 members and owning JSlJ would vault into the large Mexican sad- got the mail and it must be saved t A Heres tho trail OiO In church propert3 1lu reform dlealmost as large as he or Dolly can run Ouch Now see how fast you Oh Ood Im hit and congregations aggregate TJiWJ with and with the all potent mail securely property valued nt fOUVJl2J5 strapped to the girdles on each side he hit home at that Its all with you The or thodox congregations are steadily diwould recommence his long ride never Dolly its all with you And he clang to the saddle horn vd minishing while the reverse is true ol stopping us ho tried a Hying shot at the reform portion of the Jewish church some unwieldy rattlesnake thkt had gave the mustang free re hi fcTV Horse sense we hear it alluded to in dragged itf mottled form out on the From advance summaries from the Congregational Year Book for IMhi wo rail to loll in the sun and who would a jocular way Did Dolly realise that v S 9f find that the whole number of Congrega not be able to wiggle into the tall grass in her fleet feet lay her masters only I think so you may not ore the I nited Mutes mail was upon salvation tional churches in tho country is JJIS4J ahowlugn gain of H5U The tolul member him Along the route the settlers would lint she ran like a frightened antelope ship is vrt0J n gain of 18U thctotal come out of their shanties half bent hardly seeming to touch the ground while Danny with closed eyes and additions have been V 0TI of which and wave theirsombreros and cheer the HER LEADER clenched teeth clung to the saddle horn ilOOOS were on confession buoyant rider The Sunday From Punk J schools show a membership of a JOOilO Wabash was the only stop It was of with the desperation of death challenged Halt who comes there a gain of tJUljyoung peoples societies the same importance as Crooked Creek only there woro two houses instead of the guard as a horsu and rider canm ods to disseminate that doubt Klval in the ribs and toll him a Second ward number UlMM with a membership of the benevolent contributions one or rather a double house for the lounging into the fort and creditable ambitions have planned anecdote St Louis Kepublic Were J HsST an increase of flTSTH owners of the claims that joined up The Tuited Statlfs mall came the to have the rcsultotherwlse Political CONTEMPORARY COMMENT The home expenditures wore 070 1107 there occupied n shanty of two com faint reply and Dolly galloped up with ingenuity has drawn upon all Its legiti- Â¬ an Increase of 700tKl partments one on each claim Some blood in her nostrils and blood on her mate resources to bestow the honor Tho democratic platform is a how or other the scamp would sit Hanks quivering like an aspen elsewhere But overmastering them groat loud trumpet blare clear in its TEACHING BABY TO WALK straighter in the saddle and pull Dollys queried the sol- Â¬ all has been the vok of tho people tones calling to battle No ono can Dan are you hurt J head up higher when they approached dier lifting him from the saddle speaking in tones tlias could not be dis Â¬ Hod fault with what it says on tho 11iiui Ilio Yiuintr Alonn iwiiVltvivilI iiifi Wabash and a pretty little peach of a itkni iiiii Im hit dead he replied with a regarded for tho man who as mayor Stforo of honest3 and directness and no givlvx ovld qomo out and chat with the moan Peoplesoinetlmehask At what ago They carried him into the barrac- as governor nnd as president has il- one can accuse Its authors of timidity carrier while her spectacled fathers k-room and the surgeon was sum- luminated 13 daily concreto practice o tlme scrvimr The issues of tho cam can we seat a child in a chair when attention was riveted on the letter moned but there was no hope he said the now trite but over truthful words paign arc marked with dlstinctest out- Â¬ put him 011 his legs how old must ho package Dolly would probably think It was a wonder he had lived as long ls Public office is a public trust line and whoever casts his vote for the be before we can teach him to walk Ho must not Ik The personality of U rover Cleveland democracys ticket in November will The answers are oas3 that Dauny whs getting rather weighty he had Soon the news spread to the on one side as he bent low in the sad- camp and the rough soldiers and fugi- has been the first fac tor in securing to know under what ha mi or ho is standmade to sit till ho has spontaneously dle dangerously close to that pink sun tive settlers gathered around him him an honor which ho shares only ing sat up in his bed and has been able to bonnet And the scoiliug gopher that watching with breathless Interest for with Jefferson nnd Jackson in Ameri Â¬ Tho peoplo of tho democratic hold his seat This sometimes happoiiH Mil up conveniently close to his burrow the end to come A irl came pushing can history Hut it has not been thu part3 have won They look into or In tho sixth or seventh month some- Â¬ Would wonder for what reason a fellow l or way through the crowd a scared 011I3 factor More conspicuously than feel the future more truly than tho times later The sitting position Is not Would want to bite a pretty girl like faced girl wringing her hands in any other man in public life Urover trained politicians New York will without danger even when ho takes It her Hut Kosie didnt seem to mind the agony She bent down and took the Cleveland is associated in tho minds of vote for Cleveland The south will himself imposed prematurely upon tho plain people with the Issue on never waver Tho bold declaration of him it ttros tho backbone and 111113 in Â¬ punishmeut a bit Ah fear Danny sufferers hand which tho campaign is to be fought tho platform on tho tariff will inako terfere with tho growth So tho child would feign have lingered longer nt the Kosie said he with a pained smile Veterans remember that William It Massachusetts Mlnuesota Wisconsin should never bo taught to stand or unprepossessing post of Wabash but Im a ggnor I guess Uood by Kosie the T nited States mail must bo carried you can have Dolly and take good cam Morrison was tho pioneer in the latter Iowa and Michigan doubtful btatcs walk That Is his affair not ours on Democratic principles always win when Place him on a carpet in a healthy of her for she did all she could to save da3 struggles against unjust taxation One day a cowboy came into the fort inc Yonders the scholars knew tho Incomparable serv Â¬ the people urn brought up to tho Issuo room or In the open air and lot htm Uood by boys with a jaded mustang and a slash across Cimmarron Thats a good horse ices of John 0 Carlislo to the cause and seo whoro justeo lies Kansas play In freedom roll tiy to go anead on his hands and foot or and In their several states the demo City Times his cheek and reported that ho had Dolly which ho will do cratic masses know how bravely David been chased by a band of Arapahoes Mr Harrison himself reeogntzoH go backward said tho surgeon Delirium These children of nature had grown inout of tho way of the United B Hill Horace Boies John M Palmer this failure of protection to keep its more successful by at first It all gradu- Â¬ let Isaac P Uray Arthur P Uormnn promise of a homo market bj siting ally strengthens and Jiardons him solent with well feeding and little States mail James E Campbell and William E gleefully immediately after congratu- Â¬ Some day ho will manage to get upon ir work They often became thus at The end came Another daring spirit regular intervals and breaking from had passed along that unknown trail Kusscli have fought the good fight but lating Mr MeKinloy on Its enlarge- his kces another day to go forward the reservation swept north upon the that leads through the dark dreary the ono nnmo which in the farmhouse ment that reciprocity had opened upon them and then to raise himself up now markets abroad to our menta and against the chairs Ho thus learns to the scattered settlers of tho plains con- desert of death Charles Maurice Cray the prairie cabin thu factory tho mining gnllerj tho counting room and tho bread stuffs This Is strange If tho do all ho can aH fust as he can and no siderably depopulating those sparsely ton in Chicago Inter Ocean workshop in 0U3 town and county homo market has been so greatly en Â¬ more Inhabited districts Their great father But they sii3 he will bo longer in from Maine to Texas and from Florida larged why Is it necossarj 10 add to u lie Urn Muile Two in Washington they complained was where canvas is sold thu to Oregon is inseparably identified with foreign market that already takes learning to walk If ho Is left to go on In a store not giving them enough blankets and liis knees or his hands and feet Indef- Â¬ in consequence they were compelled following conversation was heard thj tariff reform is the nainu of Urover Sir0000000 of breadstuff and 8120000 initely What difference docs it mako On the Issue ulout the de 000 of meat Cleveland N Y World to trade their moccasins for fire other day Tho addresses of the temporary if exploring the world In this way Have you made any sales to day mocracy would have won With tho water leader embod3lng the Issue tho dc and permanent chairmen of tho demo Â¬ he becomes acquainted with things Danny was preparing to start upon John Yes I made two mocrac3 are invincible Albany Argus cratic national convention wcro in learns to estimate distances strength- Â¬ is route when the news came much better taste than wore those of ens his legs and back propures him- Â¬ Were they good ones You oughtnt to go Dan thoy said A TEMPORARY THAW tho officers of tho republican national self In short to walk better when he Yes largo ones for theyll strike right up the Cimgets to walking Tho important thing good Its a bad time of 30111 OviTllinrlnjc Ornliillty of HnrrUun fur the convention Both Fassett and McKln Thats marron like they allays do an morn Tlinn llrliiR ley strained a groat deal for effect tho Is not whether ho walks now or then to sell anything likely fall afoul of you If you do When notified of his rcuornlnntion of former uspecliilly lugging In tho names but that he learns to guide himself to Yes havent sold anything for a your scalpll dangle from some red nig- Â¬ himself Mr Harrison addressed Mr of all the republican aspirants for tho help himself und to have conildonco in week gers belt boforo mornln I thought you said you mado two Elliot F Shnpard McKlnlcj and other presidential nomination Owens and himself 1 hold without exaggeration Im not skcert roplled he settling sails fora members of the national committee in Wilson on tho other bund dispensed that education of tho character Is going I meant I made two salla himself in the saddle and besides the smooth and unctuous phrases he is altogether with claptrap nnd made on at the Mime time with training loco- Â¬ the folks at Wabash and nt tho Crick boat say so said tho so fond of using when ho is not sum strong logical speeches which aroused motion and that tho way ono learns to Oh why didnt 3011 ought to bo warned And you know walk is not without moral Importance the mail has to go us long as its any- - proprietor disgustedly as he left tha of having his own wa3 A great change enthusiasm by reason of their Intrinsic Populur Science Monthly1 has come over him lu thu lust year and merits Detroit Free Press Buffalo Enquirer I place Ways possible 1 i - fulme parting the alarm intelligence to old man Heck the postmaster and cautioning him to get the family ready i 8lnrt for Uw without further delay he rode on to-t Â¬ ward Crooked Creek lewhlllakers exclaimed one of tho watchers Whats Danny rldln so all fired fast about Must be suthin up Ihoy soon knew and scattered for their respective claims to prepare for flight ere tho storm burst Danny clinched the saddle tighter and looked to his weapon ere he mount- nlCa rilD Smir fmilni vitvu wunys name more often than usual but she kept up brave- Plnny Stored Into Wabash i i rti j l- It has grown on him until ho actually perspires cordiality Politicians lo Stntidi u Tj ne or Ntnneh ami KtiKf ft eighteen months ago wcro stoppedwho by Jlonrqty strongest party with the strongest his footmen and not even allowed to The principles and purposes offers for tho communicate with his private secretary suffrage of the American people tho can go in now shako hands with him strongest personality In Amcrlcnn pub Â¬ and slap him on the back If thoy llko lic life The national democratic con Â¬ Having renominated himself through vention has nominated Grovcr Cleve- Â¬ his officeholders assisted bj tho Van dcrbllts ho feels tho necessity of re land for the presidency laxing his dignity fora few months nnd Those who met at Chicago In conten- Â¬ making some concessions to those who tion ronrcsont tho irreut mntorltr of lrlTM f At4lttlKA ntltAHtkttft lllftl rt ff to bo very warm hcnrtcdSiow ilaSbrn demonstrated time nnd at tho just as long as ho can stand tho strain polls Tho creed they formulated is Ho is as genial nsn chunk ico In tho tho peoples creed articles of faith to July sun Ho loves ltlnino of loves Klllot establish and exemplify which our gov- Â¬ F Shepanl loves MeKinloy loves tho ernment was formed and must bo main- Â¬ tho newspaper men loves everybody tained To embody adequately in tho nnd everything that can help 11 Harcandidate the great honest purposes of rison get four years more of ofllco nt democracy Its whole souled devotion fifty thousand dollars a year for himto tho people Its courage Its convic- self with pickings for his family nnd tions Its rugged honesty its contempt his sons family his sous wifes family for guile Its progressive spirit its na- Â¬ and their cousins ami uncles tional character was tho duty boforo T hero Is nothing cold blooded about tho convention nnd nobly has it been him now Ho has thawed out Ho Is a discharged generous warm hearted impulsive Urover Cleveland stands before tho amiable kindly whole souled good country as tho type of the ruggedly fellow who has been slandered by tho honest man in public life Ho is of the newspapers and by disappointed polipeoplo and for tho people one whose ticians He will not wenr a kid glovo whole official career has been a record o tho Harrison dynast Vcro do Voro of unselfish unfaltering devotion to tho expression of Indianapolis high life welfare of the people And this nom- haughtiness for at lcastsix mouths to ination has been made by the people otne He wishes it understood that ho Short sighted expediency has doubted vill be a good feller and now is tho its wisdom nnd contrived artful nicth- - time for Col Abe Slupsky to chuck him Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE DLMOCRATIC NOMINEE SCHOOL AND CHURCH from tho womans law class of Umm4 vcrslty of tho city of Now York Thcro are nine graduates this yww A building costing 10f00Q haa been purchased in Hartford 0311 syndicate of gentlemen for tho accommodation of u Ktnto society for educatWextca lon tart a church Bishop Brooks naya tho way to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- lf v- W4 ffivrJrs jirrv - V Â¬ VYI m Yip-yip-y- ip W IW On rZt Â¬ in - I w i AV 7 it I Â¬ M L sv Â¬ Jmm C-Mocrac- Â¬ Â¬ v IX Â¬ Â¬ -- lirl5 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- SSSSBSSSSSKSSSSSSSXBSfiBSflnSSfi9wBHiBRB UHL1 v Wlrww f W A WWT Vf m s T mtmrm i Wf Hazel Gheen Herald tA1 r 4 IIM fti r- tf 1 1A i J J Wi Iff I Tho boldness of certain men iu coining Editor SPENCER COOPER to the capital of the roiled States to ob tain recruits for a revolutionary move Â¬ ment in a neighltorlng country governed bv a nation with which we are on friend e ly terms is astonishing but it is never a o Carlisle on tar theless true that men well supplied with Tub speech of Senator ill reform delivered iu the U tf Senate money are here and will remain hero cvPssssw Ifl recently is said to have been the finest until after the J A R encampment is array of facts and figures ever promul Â¬ held their object being to obtain volun Â¬ gated before the American public Thou Â¬ teers among the veterans who will attend HAZEL GREEN KY the speech will be dis a revolutionary Aug 12 1802 sands of copies of that all tuny mm and the encampment for claimed to bo almovement which is tributed shortly know whither we are drifting under pro ready strongly organized and well backed financially for the overthrow of Spanish tection DEMOCRATIC TICKET rule iu Cuba This movement I am For President Itiillclul Mmsh Conventions informed by an ex Confederato officer Pursuant to a call of the chairman of who has been approached by the revolu- Â¬ CROVER CLEVELAND Of New York the Democratic County committee the tionary agents has nothing to do with Democrats of Wolfe county met in Mass the much talked of annexation of Cuba For Vice President convention in the town of Campton on to the United Slates but is for tho ADLAI E STEVENSON the Cth day of August 181 for the pur establishment of an independent repub Of Illinois pose of selecting delegates to the District lic iu Cuba The greatest secrecy is convention to be held iu the town of maintained by these men some of whom COUNTY TICKET Keattyville on the 12th day of August were on both sides in the Into war iu this For Circuit Clerk 1892 for the purpose of making candi country and it wj only by accident that JONAS P VANSANT dates to make the race for Circuit Judge I discovered what they are here for For Sheriff and Commonwealths Attorney in the Tho Worlds Fair appropriation is still GEORGE W DRAKE 23tl Judicial District of Kentucky and tho Congressional bone of contention the house was called to order by the and although a Democratic caucus has FOIl CONOUKSS County Chairman 1 C Lykins who decided to allow a vote to be taken on a Wo tire nutlioriscil to announce MAHClS C LISLE of Chirk county u a candidate explained the object of the meeting separate bill appropriating 2500000 forCongrcM in the Tenth Kentucky district Next came the permanent organiwition instead of the 5000000 carried by the Brooklyn Eagle subject to the action of the Democratic which resulted as follows W It Duff Senate amendment it is by no means IIiivIiib Timber on ltcri lttver party permanent chairman H F Pieratt per Â¬ certain that it will be settled on that M H Courtney of Wisconsin bought We arc authorized to announce Don O manent secretary basis A word from the leaders in the for the Atwater Lumber Company 1000 0 UOWLE3 of Pike county ns a caudidute On motion of J C Lykins the Chair Senate would cause the friends of the standing trees from George Johnson on for Congreiw in the Tenth Kentucky district appointed C C Hanks John M Rose larger appropriation to flllibustcr against Frozen Creek last Tuesday subject to action of the Democratic party His com Â¬ John A Taulbee S S Combs W A the smaller one which if passed by the pany is buying all the timber they can Salykiwvimk Ky July tt lSU- To the Democrats of the 10th Congres llyrd John Cox A F Bynl J Creech House may not be accepted by the Sen- get on Red River Wolfe county They sional District On the first da of this A T Combs and Jonas Vansant as a month I announced myself a candidate for Committee on Resolutions The com Â¬ ate There are 142 absent members of expect to erect a mill somewhere on Red the House and although attempts are River perhaps at the mouth of Cat Congress subject to the action of the Hem ocraey of this district This was hefore I mittee reported the following resolutions being made to get them here there is lit- Â¬ Creek They are not ready yet to devel Â¬ knew of the candidacy of either Mr Ken- which were adopted tle prospect of success op their timlter in Breathitt Mr Court- Â¬ dall or Mr How I oh I am still a candidate Resolved 1 That S S Combs Jonas F subject to the action of niv party It is often said that the old States ney was iu town Tuesday Jackson 1 D SVUIKTT Vansant J A Taulbee C C Hanks A F Election Novembers 1892 llyrd J C Lykins Itollin Kash II F Pie- Rights doctrine was killed by the re- Â¬ Hustler ratt A H Stamper John Cox 0 H Swan sult of the late war but all the same it For Circuit Judge every bob up serenely Wo arc authorized to announce THOS C go W A Hyrd and A T Combs be and continues to delegates to the once in a while in Congress in a decision JODN80N of Wolfe county as a candi they are hereby appointed i date for Circuit lodge of the district em- general convention at Heattyville Ky to handed down by the Supreme Court or bracing Ilrcathitt Kslill Lee Magotlii and be held on the l Mh day of August 18JVJ in some other unexpected quarter and it Wolfe counties subject to action of the and that they be instructed to cast the vote could BETWEEN not very well have come from a of Wolfe county in said convention for the Democratic party more unexpected quarter than from SenWo are authorized to announce Judge Hon T C Johnson of Wolfe county for Haze Green ator Sherman who gave as one of three ROBERT KIDDELL of Irvine as a candi Circuit Judge and use all honorable means why the Senate should not pass date for Circuit Judge of the district com to secure hi nomination so long as his reasons nioniiiijj ullnek leaves tho resolution authorizing the investiga- Sunday excepted llothucll everyarrives at posed of Hreathitt Kstill Lee Magoffin and name is before the convention at S20 ami 2 That the above named delegates be tion by a select committee of tho Home Â¬ Hazel tireen at 510 I M Leaves Hazel Wolfe counties subject to the action of the and they are hereby instructed to cast the stead troubles that it was a matter with ireen every morning Sunday excepted at Democratic party t oclock arriving ut Hothwell at 240 r M votes of Wolfe county in said convention which the State of Pennsylvania was and connecting with the K fc S A train CatHtHOiiwonlth Attorney Hon J M Kash of Wolfe county for We are authorized to announce JOSEPH for competent to deal The Senato adopted for Mt Sterling There the K S A con nects with train for Lexington Frankfort Commonwealths Attorney and use all hon M KASII of Hazel Green as a candidate the resolution however and a Senate and Louisville no parties can get to the orable means to secure his nomination so for Commonwealths Attorney in the 22ml above places the same day they leave Hazel long as his name is before said convention committee will during the recess endea- Green Judicial district composed of the counties 3 That said delegates he instructed to vor to get nearer to the bottom of the of Breathitt Estill Iee Magoffin and Wolfe vote us a unit upon all matters and questions trouble than a similar committee from subject to action of the Democratic party arising iu said convention as a majority pros the House did Ladies and children traveling without cut shall direct By the way that House committee has escort will be kindly cared tor We have Before Congress adjourned it donated 4 That the above thirteen delegates and got itself into a wrangle over its report old experienced drivers lours respeciiuiiy 2500000 to the Worlds Fair by a vote no more shall be appointed to said conven- After many rumors each contradictory TAUOIt rMt3K julotf tion oU31 to 81 5th That the proceeding of this con- of the other the committee decided to o 0 0 vention be published in all the Democratic submit a report on the evidence it took Jamks R Tuqglk is now business papers in the Jitd Judicial District of Ken- at Homestead and Chairman Oates was lSfflSiflfiCfiXOiSSffSC1KiKOi manager of the Barbourville Herald tucky authorized to prepare it When it was Heros nuccesa to him o The meeting then adjourned mooii prepared and submitted to the commit- Â¬ o W B Duff Chairman o o tee there was a big kick it was so JOlt IMUXTIXtt establishment is now prepared to execute orders for all kiudv CoxaRKss has adjourned and the poo Secretary II F Pier severe in its arrainginent of the strikers of printing such as Catalogues Mintitesjf pie of Kentucky pray that our State at the Carnegie Mills Mr Oates re Â¬ Letterheads Xotehrads Sale Hills TausjSI legislature may soon do likewise What SMVWIhii you want print- vCards Kit At a meeting of the Democracy of fused to modify it and a majority of the iling try 1HK HKltAllt and save monevil a relief our honored solons could bring Breathitt county in convention assem- committee refused to sign it so that if w the people of tho Commonwealth by so it ever gets before Congress it will bo as bled at Jackson on Saturday August doing 1892 for the purpose of selecting dele a minority report 0 o o gates to the District convention for the The Peoples party Congressmen deny OMBS HOUSE Adiai STrvrN80N our own native 23d Judicial district to bo held at Heat Â¬ that the result of the Alabama State CAMPTON KY Kentuckian and tho Democratic nomi tyville August 12 1592 pursuant to a election is a defeat for them They claim nee for Vico President was tendered a S S COMBS Pnoiiutixoii call made by tho County Chairman the that the Peoples party had no candidate reception by tho people of Louisville meeting was called to order by John in the field that it was a light botween The patronage of the traveling public U and tho General Assembly at Frankfort Goff chairman of the district and Breath- a regular Democratic candidate and a respectfully solicited Table the best and last week itt county committees when Dr J S Democratic bolter and say that the every attention to the comfort of guest o o o B II result of the National election will show TJR J F LOCKHART Manager Frick of tho Homestead Park was chosen chairman and McQuiun secretary of tho convention tho real strength of the Peoples party in mills whoso assassination was attempted On motion it was ordered that Jacob Alabama as well as other Southern a abort time since has resumed the act- Â¬ Terry I IS Combs C 0 Cnrdwoll J J States Republicans and Democrats in ive mangoment of tho affairs of the Car C Back J S Park Saml Patton J P Congress regard the Alabama election as negio company and announces that all Gillum John Goll 3 E Patton J W a black oyo for the Peoples party and KKL KY union men must quit tho mills Csrdwell A C Baker John Crawford they are correspondingly jubilant over it o McGUIKE o o Wm Bryant J W South Win Day The Senate has passed a resolution au- Â¬ iCJTAMlER ArrousrYs-AT-LA- W Tub Winchester Sun has recently re Â¬ Win M Combs S P Williams J E thorizing the committee on printing to galed hersolf in a brand now dress of CAMPTON KY Campbell B II McQuiun Ed Bowles sit during the recess for tho purpose of imest fabric and her pages now glisten evidence in regard to the purchase Will practice iu the courts a ii stamtku with news tW shiuo as tho precious Robert Terry 0 P Mcintosh John taking Evans J M Allen John Tevis and Jas of u site for a new Government printing of Wolte and the adjoining W w Mlil utK atones of Solomons temple couutifK All tiusiuos entrusted to our care Dill Adams Strong be and they are hereby appointed office building will receive prompt attention deserves success and heros liopiu hell delegates to said convention to go unin Canadian retaliation was discussed at get lota of iu Kentucky Training School structed as to any candidate but they tho last cabinet meeting but only in a 0 o o Mt Sterling Ky are instructed to cast their vote as n unit general way and the impression is that Tom Watson who writ a book iu on all questions coming before the con President Harrison is inclined to give the which ho charged Congaessmen with vention and to act for the best interests Canadian government ample time to drunkenuess and other crimes is proand tho success of the party at the com Â¬ right the wrongs complained of by tho nounced an infamous liar by many of ing No vein lcr election owners of American vessels before ho tho accused and at the next session of A homelike Military school with Resolved That these proceedings be issues tho retaliation proclamation and iate practical Number limited roomt lull collegcourse last year that body ho may be called upon to Apply early Major C W FOWLER Superintendent published in tho Democratic papets of that this intimation has been given the step down and out the district Canadian government through tho Brit- Â¬ o CLARENDON o o Tho meeting then adjourned Cor Limestone and Short sts ish embassy here Tub managers of the ait Sterling Ga Lkxinutov Ky J S Park Chairman The Brazilliau commission to the zetto announce that they will soon start W 11 BOSWELL PiioiMtnrrott B H McQuiXN Secretary Worlds Fair is now in Washington en a daily paper to bo independent in poli- Â¬ There has been added nu Annex with JO route to Chicago where it will remain large well ventjlated rooms Street Tars tics After a few issues wo fear that is J 0 Hall tho artist expects to leave Its pass the door every live minutes Located about all tho independence it will have for Kzol in a fow days He is an expert until tho close of the exposition Con- Â¬ within two squares of depot members are much purzled over the as that town crowded as it is with news at his trade and did some as good work gressional complication over tho appropapers will hardly give u dally support while at West Liberty as can be done bv 0 iustv eulehrated 11 priation for tho fair tV SA iSu Rd Perrylan steel pens anybody Hisprices are very low for are sold at this olllce at 10 cents n doren Louisville was On Sunday agaiti the the quality of work he does 2w Job printing cheap at this office and the best peucll In town at fie apiece Â¬ Â¬ c scene of n bloody murder uiitl the town of New Albany just opposite tallied with another It U hardly fair to expect the little Indiana town to keep up with her big Mster on the Kentucky side in this sliurt stop industry but she may Imj able to hold her own for u while WASHINGTON LETTER Wahiunoton 1 C Aug u 1892 3PBAKjfcK Friday Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Truth About the TnrlfT Senator Carlisles powerful and con Â¬ vincing speech on the tariff sounds died ively the keynote of the Democratic cam Â¬ paign Upon tho ground assumed by him in his reply to Senator Aldrieh the Democracy of tho nation can go forward confidently to the labors of the canvas Mr Carlisle discusses the question not in any narrow demagogic or revolution ary spirit but in the terse simple and straightforward language desirable in the treatment of economic problems His appeal is neither to passion nor to prejudice but to the rean of his countrymen He would have them con sider their duty as citizens from the standpoint of their needs their oppor Â¬ tunities and their individual interests His words are so moderate his argu ments so direct and illuminating and his conclusions sit clear that his effort will exercise a widespread educational influence Mr Carlisles utterances ought to be scattered throughout the length and breadth of the land The Democrat- Â¬ ic Congress committee and the National Democratic Campaign committee can in no way discharge more elliciently the duty laid upon them than by making arrangements to secure for the speech the largest obtainable publicity Before November copies of it should be placed in the hands of every American voter Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Al FRED 8U J HIT Squirt bmanuiaciuringdawfiler 135 E MAIN STREET rciJ Custom Home LEXINGTON KY WATCHES DIAMONDS CLOCKS Solid Sillier ANO Optical Goods Trimble Bros WHOLES ALE ROGER e MT STERLING KY KBConsitnment of produce and the patronage of Mountain Merchants respect fully solicited jUl Â¬ Â¬ winchesteTbank WLVCHKVTKK KY N H WITIIKKSPOON K I Â¬ President HUNTKIt Cashier Â¬ Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Hank solicits the accounts of mer chant farmers traders and business men generally throughout Kastern Kentucky and oflers its cutoiners every facilitVj and theinost liberal terms within the limit of legitimate banking octl8lv Â¬ DjilLT UK LINE Â¬ Botnweli ana Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY 30000 Â¬ Capita l J M 200000 Snu ius G L niGSTAFF President KIKKPATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FARE Each Way 2 We respectfully solicit the business of mer chants tanners traders and business men generally throughout Kastern Kentucky A general Banking business done Give tis a chance to send you a bank book nay your checks and loan vou inouev when iu nerd W W Thompson OaiIi R S STRADER Successors to 74 SON 1 1 Â¬ J A La Co KY E Main Strkkt LEXINGTON Â¬ Wholesale Dealers in Â¬ Straight Kentucky Brandiis Whiskies c u iMGi noiom Wines ait FINE OLD WHISKY Tarf and Old Taylor Agents for A SPECIALTY CIGARS AND TOBACCO Old Pugh Old Pepper Old Â¬ - 5 immjwjm4mm Â¬ c Â¬ fj h7 g feder Price House JUCut JlGo 107 RACE STREET CINCINNATI OHIO C Â¬ SHAWLS HOSI rVnKUWKAl EHY U LOVES HLANKETS SIS- PENDENS and all kinds or sniai wares and other ennds iu Notion ami KuruMiing Goods Line liW J DKSTTXPTr -- Fkiiki it Co Church Street New York Special attention to mail orders II A G t00 tlkM 0BT IX QCASTITT WORMS WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies EVERY BOTTIE GUARANTEE rrtrmJkj FOR 20 YEARS Â¬ Â¬ SOLD EVKRYWHEKKTUW KUIUHDSONTmOKMKH CO Â¬ ROSE DeBUSK VUATUAI THE Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers HAZEL GREEN KY ltlncksmithiiig of nil kinds solicited awj We make a iceIaM work promptly done of building Miorsc wagons ami guaranty all work NOTICE -- All who are indebted to tli J firm or either of us for work mut and settle nid wish oratilhetoryternl t be demanded for all work done hereiiMcrThanking vou for paM pntronago ami Melting n continuance of the same - Â¬ i respectfully ItOK A Prill K - fr - large and attentive and we heard some inserted lor less than 3 say they were almost persuaded that iUilvertlsements n IM or rtrst Mr 1 is tho ll ntlts will le right man in the right place IU ch suit wrtiun ami - oents I Ust Friday night the fine trotting llUweat insertion fiU Uf TllANSUJNT AnVKIlTIKINCI MUST mare oi w w MeUulre of West Lib- Â¬ ISaidis ahvantk erty had her forearm broken above the AtVKUTISKMKXTH 8TASIN 7 0 knee in the pasturo months iJxrli lJ at his fathers las McGnire of this town Tho bono was i set and done up in placer of paris by -- J 00 Drs Kindriek and Hilton Ihches -- o tH Mr and Mrs E 11 May and little son iJbcral rates on larger advertisements Pllrl loft njltnn nlc known on application witiuin iiuiruiiig t TT irglUltl iur ftkocal notices to he interspersed among to visit relatives and friends in Russell 10 cents a line with a lis Hiding matter jJHiofW per cent wliere they run a mouth and Tazewell counties jit Hit re Most of our people attended the fune Obituiirles trihutes of icspeet etc 3c a Count six words to the line and seud ral services at Mr Murphys yesterday e We will write and report a HHiey with the manuscript large audience and good Wtuarlc j and publish at ft cents u line Mnrriageand death notice not exceeding preaching Augusts tea lines solicited and published KltKK Wixuless tyPlttMS KOK ItKOriAK A DVKUTISINM ON DKMAXD PWAIUK JlAKTKIUY MunIhk ut u Ml StiTlhiK Mini SPBSCKU COOIKK Address Oh for a lint in some vast wilderness Hazel Jreen Ky A boundless ciuitiiuiity of shade How ou heart yearns for the cool re-Â¬ John Howerton fell from a fence one treats and sylvan shades ot the country day last Week and broke a rib which is How wo long to stand upon the moss giving him considerable pain covered bauks of some mountain streamlet and listen to the rippling ot its pure Deputy U d Collector H C Herndon sparkling waters as they leap among the juidour town a Hying visit Wednesday rocks and have our cheeks kissed by the and was the guest of John Pieratt gentle health laden zephyrs which sigh The Methodists aro holding a big revi- Â¬ among the trees that lift their foliage in val meeting on Lacy Creek and interest perennial freshness and beauty above its is said to bo growing with each service limpid waters But fate has decreed otherwise The click of the type as they One fine Organ for sale A Baiwaix fall into line the shout of the typo for Dill on Willie Sawango and examine it copy the hoarse growl ings of the devil Then send H A Heatty lieattyville is the music which greets our ears ti3 Ky while the July sun pours down its torrid Kevs Jones nirflTyler of the Metho Â¬ rays in our sanctum and puts blood and Mt Sterling Journal dist revival meeting on Lacy Creek at brain on fire tended the Preacher Institute at this A Coincidence place Wednesday The names of two of tho sons of our I K Jackson of Breathitt than nil thor papers in the Frenchburg elector 111 merchants in Mt sterling in the 10th district for tho ffw Prohibition Mucin Lexington fill Jill Hi1 TUK IB8T MKmiM through puny nuurctued tho people at this plnco Saturday night last The audience was Kiu to secure Mountain Trade Win--ETir 5j Gkjeen jjazel circulation in Herald Wolfe Morgan a Innjer MORGAN COUNTY Mo j town MUftllc f TUAN8IKNT fr The Wolfe County Teachere Institute will convene at Camp ton Kentucky at 8 oclock a m on Monday August 22 1S92 William II Cord principal of Hazel Green Academy will conduct tho Institute All teachers aro requested to be present as a fail tiro to attend works a forfeiture of certificate All trustees and friends of education aro invited to attend H N Houtox Co Supt J TAYLOR DAY FLOYD DAY JT DAY Delcr CO In Wholcnalo and Retail GeneraimefGnandlse lIAZEr GREEN KY s Largest Stock and Lowest Prices of any liouso in Eastern Ken- Â¬ tucky Livo Stock Saw Logs School Claims and Country Pro duce taken in exchange for goods or on notes and accounts Â¬ I - You Are Ignorant You Dont Know Any tiling About the curative power of the ELEC TltOPOISE or you would lose no time in obtaining one If you are sick or ailing it matters not with what complaint you should at least send us your address that wu may explain fully what the KLKCTHOIOlSli is and what it will do for you If you arc fortunate enough to he Idcwed with perfect health you no doubt have some sick friend who you will favor bv sending their address to Hazel Lrreen Fair Association THIRD ANNUAL EXHIBITION Â¬ Tuesday Sept 27th Wednesday Sept 28th Thursday Sept 29th Friday Sept 30th Webb Cor Fourth and Jefferson Louisville Ky DuBois c 2 1200 in Premiums c mi 0f Million open lo He woili Hs C S 3 bJ H Â¬ 2S 7 5 is - 1 Leslie K Swetnum well known about here was last week appointed Mstmatcr at Craitis Fleming county vice J W ghucklcy resigned Thus Day J Troy book keeper for J T Jo k Clay City and Indian Fields and returned home Tuesday of this place made a visit to Friday last Frank Johnson of Laev Creek sold to J T Day Co Tuesday eight head of yearling steers and heifers average about 4f0 pound for 5 LOG Meeting has been held in the Christian church every night this week and sev Â¬ eral of the preachers attending the Institute have delivered sermons some of Â¬ which are said to be very interesting fellow townsman Gardner Jones calls O n Z2 x to our mind a coincidence We used to know in Lexington two men named Will and Lloyd Jones respectively and they r a were brothers Inquiry develops the a a s rJes V3 fact that Gardner Jones never heard of CArLETTSBURC KY the Lexington Joneses but he has nevTho Largost Drug Houso in tho Ohio Valley Manufacturers of S28 REMEDIES that are Sold by the Dozen ertheless two sons named Will and 16000 Square Feot of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed Lloyd respectively What makes the frfrfrfrfrfrfroftaooct3fr coincidence still more remarknble is the Solo proprietors of the renowntd TSsJ jSjTSoIp proprivtors of th luinous HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL NERVE KINCI fact that Will Jones of Lexington had For the permanent euro of PhIiir in thes sTIic only remedy tliut is sold on un nb8ox brown eyes and dark hair and his name- Â¬ OPENS SEPT 0 1892 Hack and nil diKordcrn of the Kidneys lute guarantee to cure all IiUiim and and Urinary Organit Thouuuids of ceri sake of this place has also while Lloyd Large Brick Buildings Aches CrumiiH and Colic Hinrrluvn lys- Seven Teachers titloutt B of thoiu who huvo uicd thidj entery etc Uned internally and exter the Lexiugon Jones had light hair and remedy will be aent on application nally J he oest itnliuent in the world New Three story Boarding Hall blue eyes as has also Lloyd of this place IMUCE ffli CENTS PRICE 100 Creek German fee The identity of the family names leads Latin eQrFou Salk by Dnuo STonra and Couxthy Storks Evkrywiiebs one to suppose that even though they Complete Normal Course All Common have never heard of each other the fam- Â¬ Branches jgrCatalojucH free ilies are remotely related Pkof GOFF Jackson Ky 9Kw J 25 Cents Children over 10 35 Conts Over 15 years Catalogues giving premiums in full will soon be ready for distribution and may be had by addressing tho Secretary W T SWANGO D S GODSEY Secretary President ADMISSION and under lo years lP -- WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS Â¬ JACKSON- - Collegiate Institute frfraaa Jake Patiick a son of Reuben Patrick county and Deputy United Slates revenue collector was stricken with paralysis at Jackson on Thursday of last week and at last accounts was in a precarious condition of Magoffin On Iiiiilvirttntly Omitted Saturday July 30th our office was Barrineer of Louisville who represent h the Kerr Spool Cotton Co was here a few days since accompanied by John Kelly of New York agent for Churchs Soda and a nephew of John Kelly at one time the great Tammany Kd Â¬ king J known tn Phillips representing the well house of V M Kerr Co Iron Ohio was a guest of the Day House Monday and sold some It always pays have anything H Sunday and honored with a pleasant call from Mrs Agnes Collopy and Miss Julia Collopy of Cincinnati and Mr and Mrs W C Kendall Master W M Kendall jr and Miss Vic Kendall of West Liberty The ladies from Cincinnati were guests of Mr and Mrs Kendall who brought them over to our town on a pleasure visit and we very much regret our seeming lack of courtesy in not mentioning the visit last But assuring them that it was week inadvertance and not intention which caused the omission we Ixg that they may call again whenever they come our way and well make them welcome dur- Â¬ ing their stay BEL Bpeeh teiiiifit mmk mi itad InY St 1898 i- - THE TOPICS OF THE DAY Men are talkiiiR nliout who hull ho the next Prenl ident Tnrift Heform fcc but the Indies arc talking of the Fine Furniture and how cheap they can buy it from Normal and Preparatory School NEXT SESSION BEGINS Way Sept I have lunt added to my utock of lencrnl Merchandine the Inrccut and most eomplele line of Furniture ever brought to thi country mid will make Iprices i i i i u iiphiu hiiu fi tiii ui mt un inn iim nun ai iiiiiiuuunivi nr i iaiiiiimi qiiGEO W iIIOI1INSONmiui Truly yours get priceK before buying elsewhere 4 FEDER SILBERBERG 113 CO O MANUFACTUltEllS it 115 W Third Street jnrsiws - CINCINNATI good bills while here to advertisewhen you to ell Cant I i Without It Itopresented by Ml f III BRINKLEV Childrens day at Flat Rook the fourth Sunday in August Short sermons by Father Xeal of Louisville and Rev F At 230 the children will recite their pieces Come and spend a happy Sunday with us Meeting to commence tgar J30 Tame B Cecil of the Blackwater Morgan county neighborhood left Mon Â¬ day for u to Tazewell and 8ort Russell Virginia and when he Wurns he will move his widowed sister From it ForiiMT Helilenl fm Tazewell to Morgan county where Ghavhok KY Aiig 1 1802 he recently Mn SiKsrnit ronpKit Hazel Oroon bought a farm Dear HroKnclooI fiml One Hollar The Preachon1 Institute nf tho Chris- to C C ton church is in session here this week for which cnd Tin HiitAin Ky ith about fifteen preachers in attend Hrooks Olive Hill Dr Giierraut in usual health All ce and the meetings are said to be f protnicted nteeling nt has just closed a Suite interesting The Institute is eon- - this place had fourteen adilitions to tho ducted by Elder Lookhart of Lexington church Kememher mo to Mrs Cooper young man of considerable ability Fraternally and others Z Hany i4 Judging from the following which wo from the Estill Eagle of the 4th Having i ompleted tho trade under ono Dro Combs has just been raking of the est dressmakers in the State I i in Preaching at Mountain Springs a now prepared to do any kindoi worKclosed hut Monday It had lusted one in this line in good stylo and at ream fit ami on Sunday there had been ublo prices I have a full outfit for tho Cghteon luhlitiiuw Wrtv IV ti imlu work I am alo prepared to teach any W Hazel Your patronage Is Green conducted the meeting ono dressmaking wr Did not close Has lieen about respectfully solicited rrty additions and interest growing Mrs F N Day Hazel Green Ky 1 mini ita viit Jreen Mn Cooiuu Dear Sir Will you please send mo Tin HintviiDsix months I am teaching school here and cant do without your paper If yon will be so kind as to eredif me I will bo in town in a short time and will call at your office and I opened school with make settlement three pupils and think I shall thirty have a uood attendance Very respectfully Hazel Stiiiwatik Ky July 27 1892 l MpiHl fBri school uicurpasKcd by any other in Eastern Kentucky A full courtf in every department Teachers awake to the iutereotH of both pupils uud patrons t00 lr0 J200 Kates of tuition low 55r0 per month music M cents per lesson Hoard and lodging nt the Academy Home only 2i0 per week New building new lurnlture good cntables Teachers have charge of all boarders SuSend for catalogues A VM UPN w IS THE BEST lmmmWMnl Ajfl I Mm W mWA Paint MADE It is VlMlmWH Navnik Fikids The Best is the Cheapest not a Patent Paint but tho best Paint that can bo made by an cxpcricmlcd Practical Painter with tho assistance of the latest improved and powerful machinery It is guaran Â¬ teed to ive satisfaction Will cover one half more space than lead and oil mixed by hand Sent freight paid for rOne reliable dealer wanted in each 150 per gallon town Send for color cards etc to II t Oltn Principal THE PIHYTQWK j P1ILL GO Jl it iiiiitr coustautlv nnd doing thu beht ot la J tilt work nt the lowest price nmmoilutlons lor uusiomcrit Lion Paint and Color Works LEXINGTON KY jt - p without detriment to our homo trade I nffnrflrf fnr nQfl IUI uuu nuio i nU DIUd UIICIDU Sll 0 8PEXCEK COOPER Agent Hael Green Ky pnc Wo do not make them nnd have no dcinund for them in our trade THE MAYTOWN MILL CO Tweiitv Kcveu Professors and Instruetors Eitflit Course ef Study frs foIlawH Agri culture Hiientlfic llloloKical Civil EiiktneerliiKi MecliHiilcal EHKiaeeriHKi Veterinary Hoard Ih dormW ChiMieal Normal School Countr upnolntees received Iree of tHltloa toriei fJOO per week In private families 1 W to 400 For cataloKMu apply t OPENS SEPTEMBER 14 1802 JAI K je7tf W W l ANKER Manager PATTERSON Ph D Lxlngtn Ky u Hill VPlMWMI Hazel Green HAZEL QUEEN i Herald ICY i SPENCnri QOOPEH PablUfaor n BOBOLINK PHILOSOPHY I know a deep philosopher whos far too wlso to ifKiljlnk Thatbufchllnnr broeay blathorshtte torouH bobolink v So drunk XI In tho bola r h ho with wtno of Joy bo music mad with mirth tipsy carols of content rejuvenate tho earth Wo fool tho orient Joy of life with which our world tociran TIs summer In tbo onrth and air and In tho heart of man Prom what deep fount of flowing Joy docs this mad minstrel drink This babbllnc breezy blatherskite this boisterous bobolink 7 From rounded npplo blossom cups whero wild becx browsu and boom From tlKcr Illy breakers and from chalices of bloom Â¬ From ntrawborry Roblets filled with dew the Inccnso of tho night CaifRht f rum Urn skys Inverted urn etnboskdd with starry light Forth from his blossom bed ho leaps andlauh Inglyand strong All up and down the rlngliiK earth ho weaves his web of soiitf And preaches boldly to tho sad tho folly of ft de- Â¬ And tells to whom It may concern that all tho world Is fair Ana to my heart hi wisdom tlnds usurer welcome horn has been sanctioned by tho Than somo nagcs of old Home Thntbubblinijfbrcesty blatherskite tho bolster- m ousftwhollnk Ms such v dcoji philosopher nos far too wlso to Â¬ pair tlt think -- S W Foss In Yankee Made V2 trA Jikmm zm ALWAYS liked nintimr but 1 never will fort1 get u queer luin I had when I was after big g ti ru e - speaker was Maj Archibald Wendell and one of the best known elubs in the city was entertaining him He was wqll known as a man of adventure and his story was eagerly demanded It was in llio Janoiro he continued The first month after my arrival 1 met an old acquaintance of mine Jael Dome a harum scarum sort of chap who had seen nearly everything and been nearly everywhere from Uoston to Singapore U Juidjipt met in three years and there never was anything more un- likely than our mooting in that place and yet Ill give you niyMvord that as I sauntered tip the shady side of tho street and met him sauntering down tho shudy side we looked up recognized each other and Jack cried as coolly as though wo had parted not an hour ago Hello A relit Want to go up into the mines Vliots of fun and good hunting That Jack was a funny fellow Ho had got a pull with some man that was making loads of money in tho mines and ho was at that time busily engaged in laying up for a mlny day He showed me his bank book with homo very handsome figures tcyhis credit Well nothinjj snltud ice netW than to seethe interior of the country a little und the end of it was that in ten minutes lhud promised to go and in less than three hours we were on tho way nndTwore rapidly leav Â¬ ing the city behind us We had line horcs laek kyjgw every foot of the way and was friends with a good many people oong the road ond we could afford o iako our time and travel as slowly or as vapidly as we felt inclined Jack had stopping places staked out as hosuldand know quite well every day vyhero wo wore going to spond the night look kopt tolling stories of the iun al the mines and of tho chances tor good hunting of all kinds there and Wo got along very cleverly Hut on the fourth day as wo jogged along an ac- Â¬ cident happened which upset Jacks calculations for that day Mv horse JpnC his foot into a hole and foil laming lilrnself so badly that I had to walk mid lead him For several hours wo made but little headway and dark onmedowu and found us ten good miles short of tho place whero Jack had expected to stop This dont look very promising aald Tack dubiously trying to peer ahead into the gathering shadows Theres a nasty creek bottom ahead and I hato like smoke to go through it after dark I caught a glimpse of a snake os long as the Atlantic enable in that bottom once und I havent got through r orledJVWTiy Avliat The Tho old horb gatherer was away from home but wo look possession lighted a candle helped ourselves to fcoine food we found in the great corner cupboard and stretched ourselves on his bod to sleep Wo left tho caudle burn- Â¬ ing for fear of the ghosts Jack said and I remember looking tho room over sleepily by its dim light and seeing the tall gaunt cupboard whoso door we had left open and the dark hole in the corner of the roof The last thing that occurred to mo was that 1 could see two fieri eyesglcamlngoutof the dark Â¬ ness through that hole and then I went to sleep I had a dream that was full of snakes and crawling things and after I had worried over it until I couldnt stand it any more I woke up I lay thoro for several minutes look- Â¬ ing at tho candle which was burning low After awhile I raised my eyes and started off in a yawn which was frozen on my face as it were leaving my mouth wide open For there hanging from the hole in the roof and graceful Â¬ ly waving to and fro was about eight And such a snakel feet of a snake ifoyn l dont believe I am ex- Â¬ aggerating one particle when I tell yoit that It was as large around as my body While I lay there and looked at him and saw those smooth waving motions that enormous head and the darting tongue that was kept in con stant play I felt perfectly conscious that this snake could have swullowed me without a particle of trouble And however anxious 1 might have been for sport you know I had no anxiety to ex- Â¬ plore tho interior of u boa constrictor Wltlisome faint idea of selling my lifcaa doarly as ppssiblej I slipped my hand softly under the pillow and got hold of my revolver The motion easy as it was roused Jack and he half turned Instantly two or three feet of the huge shining body slipped down through the roof and the horrible head came nearer Jack saw it then that citizen of the world always so fertile in expedients and with one wild shout of Great Scott Jump for the cupboard Arch he Hung himself in that direc tion With a glimpse of rcturnig rea- Â¬ son I scrambled after him and in an instant we were crouched on the Moor under tiie lowest shelf with the door shut behind us We were safe for the snake could not open the cupboard nd we sat there and laughed and cried in the most nonsensical fashion with our self control entirely gone Well if that snako aint sold was Jacks version of it but I think he felt pretty serious when he said it After awhile we began to find that it was too close in our cramped quarters and I opened the door u tiny little bit so that we could get a breath of air We found then that tho cuudle had gone out and tho room was as dark as Egypt lint we could hear something moving in that gliding motions dark room soft Â¬ tho odor wan simply horrible Juntas I looked out ho hud got himself colled around a stout oak chair And with a tightening of the coils tho chair was splintered I incautiously opened tho door a littlo too far and ho hurled him Â¬ self at me I had barely time to pull the door shut when he Btruck It And then I got Jack to hold tho light while 1 watched the suakes motions took careful aim and fired That shot finished him He struggled and wriggled blindly all over this room for a mtnuto or two but finally straightened himself and lay still And then Jack and I crawled out of that closet more dead than ultve and Jack lit a fresh candle and asked me If his hair wasnt gray And then there was the sequel for the old herb gatherer never was seen again When we found that ho had really disappeared Jack and I looked at one another and cold chills ran over us for we felt as confi Â¬ dent then as I do now that tho huge snake on some previous visit hud killed and devoured the helpless old man and was merely looking for another meal when he dropped himself down from that hole in the roof 2so we did not look for any more game on that trip That one hunt in the night and in the X 0 dark was enough for one time Cor St Louis Globe Democrat THE SEA SERPENT An Account AGRICULTURAL HINTS MAKING POTATO STARCH A Simple Operation Iteiiulrliiff Jtut tittle Machinery Some time ago the necessity for do vislngsome means of making use of tho large quantity of unmerchantable po- Â¬ tatoes that had accumulated iu the A STUDY OF PLANTS Â¬ city and that were held in the Interior because of the lack of a remunerative market led to tho discussion of the feasibility of manufacturing starch from the surplus tubers Several es- Â¬ tablishments were put in operation and farmers all over the state were In- Â¬ quiring as to tut necessary machinery cost of operation methods etc Tho process is so simple and the mechanism so inexpensive that there is nothing to prevent potato growers all over the state who are threatened with a surplus from engaging in the making of starch The New lhigland Home Â¬ stead gives a short accuiiut of the oper Â¬ ation and it is reproduced here for tho benefit of readers who may be disposed to engage iu the industry A wire bas- - were good strong planks between us and the something on the Time began to pass other side that made us thankful there flM 1 Ik 1 w Vtwyk I 1 I T r I VTVA MCfew r Jz- f T If v V norr kiout rid w ytypsS OK snaki Â¬ v - M misorublo place enough thatohed with leaves und wftfi a great hole broken In one corner of the roof but a shelter ut any rate Theres a little hut just in tho edge of the bottom on this side an old herb gatherer lives there Wiry of course well spend the night right there And hurrying on wo found tho littlo hut a was I thinking of it somewhat heavily in the clipboard 1 pressed iny face tose to the crack in the door to get more fresh air and sud denly something lightly brushed over Iny face again and again 1 dldntknow what it was at first but all nt once it Hashed upon me tliut it was the tongue of that snake That wus more than I could endure With a murmured warn ing Look out Jack Im going to lire I put my revolver to the crack and fired at tho horrible creature that was caressing mo with its slimy tongue Of course shut up in that little closet it sounded like the very crack of doom and we were deafened so that it was some time before wo could hear any Â¬ thing When we recovered a little such sounds as did greet our curat Half a dozen wild hordes eouldut have made more noise than that snake was making Wo could hear it leap away up against tho Walls and fall and twist and writhe lashing about with Its toil and knock Â¬ ing down everything in tho room At the some time the air became to heavy with the rank poisonous odor the rep Vile emitted that both of us turned deuthly siok and Jack began vomiting At last while the tnake was beating against tho walls on the other side of tho room I opened tho door a little wjjy rouohed out In the durk and found the candle I had one last match in my pocket If it should go out I thought it was till up with us for I was quite Bure we couldnt live till morning iu that closet But fortunately tho match was a good ono and I made a light thrust it out into tho room a littlo and viewed the wreck Colling twisting und throwing himself about in his mad agony tho huge snako had possession of the place Walls fioor and everything else were covered with his blood und Â¬ lent little tool for tho cultivation ol garden crops especially in a small gar den where it is hardly practicable to use a horse and cultivator ami when vegetables are planted close together such as onions etc In the onioa patch I can do as much work with its live men can with horse It is light and easily handled The soil should be free from stona or rubbish and this is just the way a garden should always be It should not bu allowed to bake No wheelhos can be successfully used in crusted hott Work as soon after a rain as fix his rear I had a line glass and was within a ground will crumble nieelv third of a mile of him fcThe heud was The wheel is off of a mowing machine tint iu tho water and the animal was and is eijrht inches in diameter Tin as far as I could distinguish of a chocoaxle is eight inches long The cut late color ter is a piece of a buggy spring twenty There were a great many people col six inches long and about one eighth leeted many of whom hud seen the same and is capable of pulping about fortv of an inch thick and bent as shown is object From the time 1 first saw him eight bushels of potatoes an hour In cut and attached to the handles six until he passed by where 1 stood and both these machines the rasping sur inches from axle The two braces are soon after disappeared was about twen Â¬ faces are kept clean by the action of small jets of water projected with ty minutes whilst some force One of the revenue cutters As the washed potatoes are passed in tho neighborhood of Cape Ann had an excellent view of the animal at a through one of these machines the He moved slowly pulp and wash water are run on into few yards distance tubs and after the coarser particles and at the approach ot the vessel sank J 11 Holder have been deposited the milky liquid is again and was not seen jf drawn oil into other tubs and the in Century starchy matter allowed to settle or as MONKEYS IN HINDUSTAN in large factories the pulp may be A IMnio Whero Thry Hay Ilvo in Fonro rubbed and washed through a series of unit Soourlty sieves ranging from coarse wire gauze Indian shops have no doors nor win- Â¬ to fine haircloth After repeated wash- Â¬ ings with fresh water in the tubs to dows but are like large cupboards to th open to the street in which food grains separate the gummy and fibrous mat eight inches long and attached uliOVC tb iiiiOnw and other articles are exposed for sale ters the starch granules are finally al- Â¬ iMitti nhmit twn two holes in end of band There are Â¬ and in towns whero Hindus preponder lowed to settle anil after tho water has of caate and a busy current of trade has not been drawn off the pasty mass of each brace and also iu eaeli end han swept tho streets bulls calves parra starch ami water is run oft into long ller to reirutate tlie dentil The tvro by slightly inclined dles are attached to the axle throngs keets sparrows and monkeys take wooden troughs pieces of strap iron and a bolt Â¬ tolls which the dealer would fuin pre wherein the paste gradually hardens as the axle bolts the parts together tight When hard vent but that ho is few aud fat whilo the water drains olT ly It cost fifty cents besides my o the depredators are many and active A enough it is cut into blocks and put on etc cutter braces stout grocer noddiug among his store shelves in a warm room to dry out labor for in Ohio Farmer bolts S Mead Â¬ baskets while a monkey intently With good management from seven Watching tho sleepers face rap- Â¬ teen pounds to eighteen pounds of clear Tho Kiilllng or Iund idly stuffs his cheek pouches with starch can be obtained by these simplo Tho conclusions of tlie Wisconsin er grain is a common sight as well as n menus from 100 pounds of average po- Â¬ porlment station are as follows regaltatoes comical one ing the rolling of land 1 Rolling maW Of late yeais the tradesmen who the temperature at one and a hs llrokrn lllnt lis tirlt form the bulk of the members of our at Hard flint truslied or ground will inches below the surface f rtin one there are municipalities have felt that Fahrenheit warf too many Hanumans abroad and have rotnc day be placed on the market for gree to nine degrees the uso of poultry m on In providing grit er than similar unrolled ground lutw ventured on proceedings that would not same locality and at three inches o have been tolerated in the days of com Â¬ for fowls It is truo that nearly all degree to six degrees wanner plete llrohmunicnl ascendency Num Â¬ sections have gravel but gravel is worn Rolling land by finning the soil bers of the marauders have been by the elements into round shapes or of drawing waer caught caged und dispatched on bul Â¬ rather the sharp edges are taken oil creases the power below ami tins from lock carts to placos many miles dis- Â¬ The object in swallowing hard sub the surface to stances by the fowls is to secure sharp once has been observed to extend loose tant There they have been let evop 3 Tlie but as the empty carts returned tho cutting material and ordinary gravel depth of three feet Many tion of moisture is mora rapid trom f not supply their wants monkeys quick to perceive and defeat does the surface soil rolled ground the plan of their enemies bounded gay persons use oyster shells reduced by very wet and unless the reverse istr ly alongside- and trooped In through grinding or pounding but shells are too and the drying then In eases of brejj 4 the eity gates with tho air of a holiday soft and do not fully serve the purpose east seeding germination is uiorerar Is the best material as party returning from a picnic lleust required Flint oo it always presents sharp edges no mat- Â¬ and complete on rolled thanper and Man In India sixty three rolled It was ter how fine It may be In condition greater on rolled Greatest in drj Thero is not a Farm and Fireside Mouutaiu Guide least lu wet weather and wclgt better prospect for miles around Here a gentlemen you command a view of is no small matter to let sheep he about two pounds per bushel the It yielded u tnlle over 17 thirty two Inns lu dcx Somuer come chilled after shearing It means Rolled oats friiche biraliels more per aero j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ or more strange creatures differing esseutially in general aspect from any Â¬ thing hitherto observed They were evidently sea going creatures oceanic ones and impressed all of their many observers us serpentine or saurian like in shape und movements Col Ierkins of Hoston communicat Â¬ ed his observations of one of these ap Â¬ pearances to the Hoston Daily Adver Â¬ tiser at the time Wishing to satisfy myself on a sub Â¬ ject on which there existed a great ex- Â¬ citement I visted Gloucester Cape Ann with Mr Lee Wo met several persons returning who reported that tho crea tdre had not been seen during several days We however oontlnued on our route to Gloucester All the town as you may suppose were on the alert and almost every individual both great and small had been gratified at a greater or less distance with a sight of him The weather wiw tine the sen smooth and Mr Lee and myself sat on a point of laud overlooking the harbor and about fifty feet from the water Inn few moments I saw on the oppo-Â¬ site side of the harbor at about two miles distance from where 1 had been sitting mi object moving with n rapid motion up the harbor on the western Shore As he approached us it was easy to see that his motion was hot that of a common snake either on land or in the water but evidently the ver- Â¬ tical movement of the caterpillar As nearly as I could judge there was visi- Â¬ ble at a time about forty feet of his body It was very evident that tho length must have been much greater than what appeared as in his move- Â¬ ments he left a considerable wuke in of the present century there appeared oft the coast of Massachusetts bay one of Thnt Much tUdlculoc Monster Near the close of the second decade cloth sieves and a drying room com Â¬ prise the principal pieces A simple raspiiig machine is shown iu figure and consists of a baud wheel A over the rim of which lias been secured rough side out a piece of sheet iron previously roughened up like a nutmeg grater by punching it full of holes Tlie wheel is mounted on an axle supported by the wooden frame so as to revolve immediately be neath the mouth of a metal liucd wooden hopper 11 A more etieetive rasper or grinder is It consists of a shown in figure cylinder O twenty inches in diameter and two feet long mounted on an axis It is armed with steel saw plates placed about three quarters of an inch apart parallel with the cylinder and having small and regular teeth The plates are held iu position by iron clamps so that the toothed edges pro ject about four fifths of an inch from tne periphery of the drum It is driven at the rate of about eight hundred revolutions per minute before the hopper 1 Â¬ Â¬ ket to wash the tubers a rotary rasping machine a few large tubs or water tight hogsheads some wire and hair Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ steer tho yrarlVnir the three months lamb the brotu chicken the cow ate in now indispensable for full projjt 4 their rearing and feeding Ana k is with the fruit the vegetables ubJ the grass Tho cows on tho frcstf young grass show by the ubundasl milk and rich golden high Havered butter that their feed is just whu they require Hut few farmers r dairymen really know why this Is sof believing that such grass is too fuilJ water and really deficient in nutriment Tills is a great mistake It is the young grass that is the most nutritious has less water lu proportion to th nutriment it contains aud more fat i it The fresh young clover has muck more of the albuminoids and the fat thou that in full blossom and ripe clover is still more deficient in ntitrl incut the digestible matters haviiif been largely changed into indi gestible substance Young gn lias the same proportion of jib trinient over full grown grass ai clover has and in this we may find the reason why as tlie season advances the cows fall off in yield and the milk is less and less rich And iu tho into summer when the second growth comes it is this superiority of the new sjrown grass to which the increased How of mill and the higher yield and qunlitr of butter are due Everyone knows of these facts but not of the cause of them There is no food better for a cow than the clippings of the lnwn grass which is always young and ten der aud rich in nutriment It is commonly thought that this young grass contains an excess of water Not so It lias an excess of sap but as tho flow ing sap of the maple pours from tlw tree in spring it Is rich in sugar aud while there is more water in the tree this water is saturated with the most nutritious elements A plant can oalj take in fooil dissolved iu water and thus when it is growing niost rapidly and is in its most nutritious condition it must have the most water iu it but this water is only the vehicle which carries the nutritive matter Thus the more water the more solid nutriment two-year-ol- Tho Whoreforo of tin ItiMimrkablo J trltlon of Younif irn alio recent discovery that tho ontfJ product is the most profitable appllS not only to animals but to crops Tlw d two-year-old Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ K Y Tribune HOMEMADE WHEELHOE An KMtllcnt Tool lor tho Cultivation ol urdtii Crop 1 send 3ou a pencil sketch of a wheel hoe I made last spring It is an excel Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - HOME HINTS AND HELPS jf0 dredge them with just IwloaUirs nnply tho abutter hutabsorb ull molHturothon est L Acwlt3 or Purest to Geo near linifii OcnonalMs Agont Chicago 1L enough to linr them with boiling lard Sauce Two tablespoon ilsliermiui enn Ji luniM ilmhan -- Pudiling jjof butter one tablespoonful of OllUtlgS big lies aauprofosslouuL Toxoa four tablespoonfuls of sugar one Thu Only One Krer PrlMml tinu Yo Find utf pint of boiling water Stir to a tho Word butter Hour and sugar add m the n Sxnvh dsllnv ndvertlscmont water put on the stove and stir 6 flavor to taste X Y words alike except oneroid Tho mime Is tU thick to iuiMimdrish anvnoiti LV1V AeVir miiebl In tain trfttnl fry Wherr mn niViV IrJUnl -- Fried eels should be slightly salted And luni nwma wuuin mat bluwn Do not cover them yort cooking till inornlnp In Rwcot milk J2 witter then rinse till the water ia 5 goak sasyat will require for breakfast sweeten Palt pork cut as many TWO HARVEST EXCURSIONS VU the Chicago Mllwnukee St Tuesday August 30th Qa September 37th 1803 ll ur itVVr wm Do Tim TraTcl ThU Summer Then you noedtotnko Dr Hoxslo Cor UinUroup Cure with yon lor tho prompt euro or Coughs Cold llrotiohllls uml whooping Cough whllo for Croup and Diphtheria It Is nthoM fuiiht Hie imli tircfe huou It contains no opium M contn PromtneutdruiglstB Kastaud WcutBollit Uoru CiiittACTim Is what u man in whonho thinks nobody la watching him Hum s IEWI S 98 LYE rownKRKn ami pkkfumki iATrNTrn Lyo Tho trohatrt una rnRtte UtilVcothrr LytvllbrlnK u tlnoponrternnil lucked tmu uii with rrmovnhlo Mil tho coutrntH ure ulwiiyd rvntty for w Wilt mukt lho Iml jx rtumeu lluttl Sohii In JD mtnuten without boil for lirnnstnt Infi It U tho ttrtt juniuii V9WT tlia h or ik WIIB I nirtw yr unr M L Thompson Co dciMporU luBiiy Hah jr over hold Caturin Cure is tho bckt and only suro euro for uularrh thoy DniKglsts sell It Tfic Drufrglnt Cou clocti trvcsctc PENNASJLTMrCCO Urn Axta ra uo r am rui rirsa erxui wwsto iinri linlnftCtliik kIhUh wuxhlriK Itoltlon imltitB tft CuKWhj Bub store rolHH U UrUUAM0r tetviDurtblcand th eontumr f prctet iwwUh li inbira th Iran K KCCOtD AunieH wfclofc aluta 4 And burn aV tlRtl pck wlH 8Try ilrs TttR prorcs or oT itRtrouotny In n collcgo meioi roou U looked upon as h ntar boarder THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED World add the milk and fill well greased tlflgcm pans and bake fifteen minutes Detroit Free Press hot oven fe Scorches -I- nk Stains and Scorches ptr be removed from linen by spread bgorcr them the juice of two onions iad half nn ounce of white soap Lemon Juice nnd salt will remove stains of rust The articles should be ex Â¬ ted ink to the sunlight after being well posed jtturatcd in the mixture Ladies Home Mix about a pint tt hot mushed potato with one ogi icason to taste and roll it in flour Jfake It into balls and press or roll them oatnithcr thin Put a spoonful of meat minced and reasoned on one half fold orer and press the edges together and fry brown on each side in butter tiood Housekeeping Mont klorable Journal -- Potato Turnovers One pint of cornmeal pte pint of Hour one teaspoonful of hieing1 powder a little over half a pint Sift the cornmeal flour salt rf milk --Corn Gems pd powder together Bbc Into a firm batter This Tun toddy Is tho stirring event of tho a Crecciu on ovcrrthlne hoynmuoand public Ioolt for It sonil topors existence Dallas News them tho iiiuiio or tho word and thev will Hkacty mailed by w bad complexion may return you book beautiful lithographs or bo restored by Giouti s Kulpimr Soap samples free Hills llair and Whisker Dye SO ceuta Ir poor relatives had their way thev Wr would liko to Inquire If nulling for would not have uuy rich uncles very long sucUurs is an aeute or an obtuso uuglc Dallas Mows HruTU TinPtTs stwo wenk nnrvous men Wuko Up trial box 10c Ohio Chemical Co Cluolu U Yes wuko up to tho ihiiiper which threat ens you ifyoiif Itldneyj uml blutdor uroiu Tun wlfo of n genius Is cencrally a very active or weak Dont you know thai if you tall to impel them to action mights louesoiuo woman HamH Uoru disease or dmhotCK awaits voul Use Hon Tun Hams Horn Is published nt Indian tetters Stoma h Hitteis without dolnv It jioi year has a uiost Iwnollciul o fleet upon tho kid npolis Indiana ne sunen Kiitgcmh ami upon tho bowels liver slomauh and nervous system A noiti usunlly makes abig hole in n busy day Boston Jaeito Tar wonderful cheek of man sometimes covers tlirco or four uchcrs Ualvosloit SNitzis aro hko misfortunes they sel dom oomo stuiily Ilostou Trunsoripl News 1 from 1 ho Dr hotiso iHrtces trt00110 nPPCHringcadi Hurler Medlcito Co week thoro indlKostiou and stomach disorder which Ueochatnn Puis will euro U Ir drowsy after a pood nights sleep GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be USED IN EVERY KITCHEN IT 18 A IMTY yon own your nrirttnil liunllyio srt tlir lirat vitltit lor ourinonry Kronu mlTc In your fnutwrnr hr pur rhnnlnir W 1 Onimliin Hliora whlrli rcprtaont lho beat vnliio fur prlrra iiUcd a tlifluarttuU will Utir SAPOLIO W THE L DOUGLAS GENTLEMEN larTA 1CK NO rUUJSTlTUTK atl0 - Â¬ Scallops When there is con cold meat on hand chop tine and make a scallop Ituttera pudding- fish and line the bottom with a Inver rf bread crumbs add a little salt and a few bits of butter then a layer of meat and another of bread crumbs and so on until the dish isiufl Pour over the thole a bowl of gravy if you have ic and If not moisten well with cold water cover and bake three quarters of an hour uncover and let it brown once of essence cf sassafras two quarts of boiling water three fourths pound of sugar one and one half pints of molasses Lt it stand in a cool place twenty four burs then strain and bottle Mead should always be kept in a cool place To use place a tablespoonful in a tnmtjlcr fill with cold water add one fourth of n tablespoonful of soda and it will foam and be found a delicious drink Tlu Iot llonKiitit Way Of proventinn tho grippe coldH headaches and feveiH is to is tho liquid laxative remedy Syrup or Fig whenever tho bs tern needs a gentle jet etteeiivo cleansing To be heuonuvl ono must get tho true rem oily iiiuuiiiueiurcd by tho LallUiiina Fig S nip Co only Kor salo bv all druggists hiMJo uudtfl bolties Wiikj issssssss S S Swifts Specific g JMWf jffitfjStLi Mtf mmkr KflPiMLM H nail dtiratiln lima any onirriiHKj ever Kia aimoprio Kiiais ciuioiu niauo uue from tl to 5 1H rotltic itniivo iiumi apwril nnccirnoo tiio mom iynn Tlicjr iiunl i nw and ui Mite lir ever told nt ulicro nrkcu Dun lmiMrutl kIiih cootltiR from 3 to 13 worn ny larmrm ono nu onirrawuo au Ioiirc htior a want n MHMt lituvy clf extfunlon imIko Iio crv to wik in nun win nof p tin ten nry iiihi warm A priiuluratWtMl rmiKitli tnrliio ttrxllilc niotocoinfortttlilottylliih 35 vnVt BEST SHOE tlirt-r-eolit- IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY ahec thnt iWX not Hi ttno cnlf aoninlrv M4 S3 n Pia for lhiy nrc nimip li crvl liiistnrii have found tliUouU Hchnnl Khora ar - nm Youtha I w wm hy thclwja cvrrywlicro Tliomottrylt Iuh-s Cnir btfUAmul CO 3l llnt morv wear for t ltr wilt Vt money tliuti utiy other Jiiao Tlio hicrvnulug ulcliov that work WnrkliiuiilfiiN Blioca mesnt lirau a man ha good hnrso senio ho bet on races lllughniuloii Hcpub I ted mi I useases Skin B A Tected Remedy For All g C Dr vn men have more fri nds than living men Atchison lllobe - Tut tramp hn his best times In hot weather Io is not forced to suffer by tho euhl world Sivmuno tho rod soils the child bocauso tlie rod makes tho child smart Ilostou XY World Mead One fourth aric aeid one fourth Vrauscrlpt pound of A reliable euro for Contagious Btood Pciscn Inherited Scro- Â¬ fula and Skin Cancer As a tonic for delicate Women and Children tt hao no equcl Dcinj purely veKctablc ia harm- Â¬ less in Its effects A tivntloc on Dlooil nnd RkKbts eases iiialtnt rrni on ni plloutka tart- Â¬ better thinus in six months from now Atchison lilohe nvntvman thinks he will bo ablo to afford liruygtsta Sell It Ir you fool discoatonted with your lot cot out and di in It unit raise something lndianaiolt--iKiunia- l issssssssS Â¬ SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Drawer 3 Atlanta Ga s s s s s pola or flno Calf ns ililmi They arc oiiri oom fortatdo ami duralilr Ttn lihoe iiiala cuilnm mndn hotriitliiir fnm 1 tod IjiiIIo whowlaU tot couo iwjwvivr aju viHi j mlroii thrlr foolwi iiriirwHtidloB thtaout with V tT nniiuliiPcwnroof draliruuftltullnjrlio Ulttoui mil W tiumn niul ttiiHirlitimiKlioil Mich culiotltutloni aro rrniulnlfiit and iitJ t to imnocu let run L UUUuLAo otlUtO Moft cno u t nnitfM aci ounce tlon by law fur oMnhitu monoy timlrr faUn rnitiiiata If not for aulo In yourWnlnci npiiil dlrrol lo Knrlory on alutitif klml alro uml iillh III viiiiIimI roHinui frii oxrltialvo aulo to ah driller mid triiirrul mrr ms timsmtjiGmssfr MMfffflBaSftS chuuta wlivru 1 yptttk oiwr aaS3Kw 9t7 DrfVQ DU 8a APSirct llnnit Sewml 9210 rry and 617AVmttfJ t IkJ fl fur lttMM Mnrn inndoof IholnMt Don- IN ulr liuo no nuiiunWrlto for Cutnlouito V 1 Doiiulua Jlrocktou IUuhm THURSDAY JULY 28 PiiAiiNo a man has a tendency to make him beiiove that he amounts to enough ah cady Atchison Uloho Orange Tre Â¬ crust grate the rind of a pr of two small ones cut the lemons in thin slices remove the ceils and spread a layer evenly over lie crust Cover first with a teaeunful ti sugar then with a paste made by wetting up three or four tablespoon Ms flour with cold water as for starch Md then pouring on a teacupful boil g water slowly so as to keep it snootli add a pinch of salt and the pated lemon rind When the flour is ell cooked pour it over the lemon and ttgar in the pie plate Cover with a trast and bake somewhat slowly pan npool Urge lemon flood Housekeeping -- Lemon Pic With Two Crusts CnLtliatfpllOw a lmivttone said tho din trusted auditor Ilen only a bass ImitaIndianapolis Journal tion J udd banner Cooking AKpuracut the kettle Two thirds f milk with a large spoon of cream should then be added lre should be taken that the flavor is Jftly right A very slight dust of RELIEVES all Stomach Dlstrcfs PPper improves it the salt should be REMOVES Nnuen Ferao of Fullncai Congestion Pain JW1 when first put on to cook When REVIVES Failino ENERGY J5 milk has just come to aboil pour RESTORES Normal Circulation end J asparagus into a dish in which is a COPYPICHT 1891 Wahms to Toe Tire of butter the sizo of an optf Cover J and DR HARTER MEDICINE CO St Loula Me Meed just right send to the table immedl- JJalsh This fashion of serving is very Liyor Stomach and Bowels by pullK VESTIBULED SLEEPERS lilted by people who try it and Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets They BETWEEN AND JJwnly has the merit of daintiness do it in just tho right way too VIA eh can not be said of ST LOUIS nnd jfe the ordinary by usinc Natures own methods Jvje of eating this vegetable DENVER X Y Thats whv theyro better than tho CHEYENNE dieadfnl old fashioned pills with OGDEN nnd ComhlniitioiiH or Color their griping and violence The color Salt Lake City combinations this season But thevro better in every way Till Is Only THltOTJOU CAll LINK striking audacious and weird Hero tho size for instance and dose nbovo points ud mnkei tho Til II in 03btwen Hours a few Heliotrope and watercress In Kxc union Untca now In oRoctrrom h11 points eascloud gray and daffodil blue and Theyro tho smallest and tho EJMQUARTEBS for LOW PRICES rQl pink and purcyellow lemon nnd iest to take only ono littlo Pellot laxative TLw rose leaf bronze and lilac peach is needed for a cfcntlo tvetoanourKoUontncuitomcni fromflla HrrelonnUrco vf They cleanso IctrouttctutarUflribculilM -i- UOT pisuieuu nun sujokc inu thrco for a cathartic Rvi7 7CL 400 Kinds Of SCALES JJ topphire cltron ycllow and ollvo and regulato tho system thoroughly which wo mwiuf turDnil JjJr and pink black and moonlight- - but its done easily and naturally I iBMlji Tb cream and terra cotta maize and oltowlnir ro amonff Headache v v yim trorClmiUMandrrfcr the Ar Sick Headache Bilious Uu Kld cream and olive green Constipation Indigestion Bilious Orrwt ltM Bttr flBMklM Cirrlufi fftnatli vt rarulllV tintUIIirlrlklliTlllUtf4 Attacks and all derangements of UJljKKJUajrHJIUKI CHiauoCAUICOCUi rAMKTUISrlCRWTHMyMtn JTYn and yellow powder blue black Stomach and 13owels aro and scarlet and fawn So tho Liver 8fer cured V JT fll I FOLKS liwREDUCED Tcr is it considered Imperative that provented roliovcd and pill you can vy vAiivAi a m Iimi narliii t tho cheapest nis uul Theyro SoitarTlnsrno InconrnUnc remdll f V ita Ions nn tnogloves should be mero n4 no 14 fffloot HtrfrflrcAnflitmtUL bur for theyre- guaranteed to givo 8ano thomu W frock may be one hue o olor satisfaction or your money is re- Â¬ jrVAXt TUIS vour hat rrt tnf vmtt iim ncl your Vte la nothing RTlV08 yet nnother turned You pay only for value ANH TlMOIW CUUEDj no kntf y lloor Yntc distinctive about an roceved Nonets Pr OntTiaNV alltan or nll bluo costume Its Elm St Clndmutl O Snninflmio- - olso f that pays tno TUIS f ttrtHaf Km fMVni mrtAitk luo lliaV bo offered as nCUCinUC iWuZ owioppy rcUmtniHit4in Ijwcrr it is for 4rCnOIUnd K A fi rtyreprlnt tlfrcfurin Tnspooa SOXS W HtCOUMH 0 1 tJllll U a cck- I 1 him you rau rircKnw Hklli BiMiMvtiu rii mi but it cant bo for 1 persons who are fond of this veg are in the habit of seeing it Kned in long stalks either on toast or jith some sort of sauce of dressing This is very well for those who like it wt the epicurean fashion of cooking it f a somewhat different sort The Wks should be carefully cleaned and aped and cut into sections a half to wee quarters of an inch long They would le boiled in a very little water uii w perfectly tender so that when done we Is scarcely more than a spoonful o Most etable Â¬ nnd tell a tittle of it when ho docs wioug Atchison Ulobo himself Recris Leblanc is a French Cana dian store keeper at Notre Dame de Tun best cough tiroo for young ladles is Stanbridgc Quebec Can who was to drop the practice or dressing thin when thev go into the night air at Paul News cured of a severe attack of Congestion of the Lungs by Boschees Ger- Â¬ I am at your service maam as tho man Syrup He has sold many a burglar said when the lady of tho house caught him stealing her silver Texas Sift bottle of German Syrup on his per- Â¬ ings sonal recommendation If you drop him a line hell give you the full Wutin did llripht spend his honoy Monoy moon you mean he mar facts of the case direct as he did us uioon Huston Commercial and that Boschees German Syrup rieil threo millions Bulletin brought him through nicely It KvritY man has a grievance against tho always will It is a good medicine nowspapors because they do not toll all tho and thorough in its work truth when some other man does wrong Â¬ Tun summer girl is to wear suspenders with a probable preference for tho popular M braces Philadelphia Ledger erman yrup lieredit hut Im not afraid rittsburfcli doesnt run in our fauilly Munptiit may ho Fkinkstown Do von think thnt con HolloHeld It is hereditary Only 5 Dollars TO trainr compotirrtrtf Pullman nnfl Waenrr Slrcpnprcnrs Parlor cari nnd oe ouhiH mii inivi Cli ft I Sltitau 1 tic ii Ui Thuiadav Jtilyy vi i tno o p m Union Station Dayton Citn int iti Hum Mon V Uiyti n at - M m I M i to nnd t top m n nlclnc ntoi onlv nt tho tnoM linivirttint ntntom nt im ji in nnd Tho run throiitfh n It It to Toledo thenc over the MUhljjnn cniril It it via IJctiolt OhoNoMTllioC II t uml V indMir to Nlutioru TaliM The Ik ainlful Detroit river U eroed on ihe mnninioth Hunufcr tp oner hihihIIowm the entire train crodnK Monro nochat jreof cnrHlitlniriicecKiiury Kiom Windsor the rouli N thutich Canuda oirert 10 the Fulla reiii hnif ilitro In limo for tirenKfast Ilefore icnehlrp Nlupnra I niU sintlon most iiiiuiHIUeiit Mow of tho BreiU Indav inoinltiK eutuiiiet iir huull in lho ntoe llliiMinlion i ohtalnert from I alli View nt ihhh point tou 1 lie Inlled Stulif are nvnlu entered over tho wonderful vantliavur mliiiilea htop will le iniule Irlilpe iliit piui the rupidn only few hundred unW below the i ulla round trip tclteiH to NIAGARA FALLS wlllbehohl nt IS 00 from Cincinnati f Chroilclo Telegraph fl SPECIAL I liquid in jenpof rich m AND RETURN RA FALLS -- Wm fn Â¬ u -- nJwl nil polio tilontr Hie line i far h Da ion here It win be but fl W tho luttcr nito ex I iiivtioii uhhlnptou C II on the C D tend up n fin in uml to IovinRlon on tho C D is C From Convenience uml polma Miulh on that dhtalon im fjr na Wcllaton Inclusive tho rato oo will te tf Fiotn Tudinor nnd pointH north the rate III bu H u The rate to Toronto will be l in more thiui to Nlnparu Fnlli nnd pcrronn ilclrlni to vlilt Toronto tvler view mj ihe Full should purchue ilielr tlckeu heforo loovinf home u no tieUelu 111 Ik en alc either on the train or tit Niapara FulN Tlclieth for Im In Hay will be on wile nt Cincinnati nnd Slcnmcr Docfcs Toledo O lho rato of II 0 for the round trip and atop oer will be allowed to thoie holding Iut In iliy licheln ThU ride trip to te made returiilnp from the FnlU SeeK r bortha luccoinmodunni two persons from rinrinnuti to Nlnpiim Full KV eat In Parlor Car lltm The IteperK while nt the Fulla will be located but u nliorl dlntnnce from tho depot nnd nr rnnpimenlH nave been made tonilow pascnper to occupy luilhhln them til very heap rates TICKETS will bepood returnlnp oq ull iniins Irotini the Falls up to and mcluUlnj th tit I SSt m tiooiu Tuehday AupuM d Stopr ver will he allowed only at loledowlihln the llmltof Ihe ticket rtltrnlnf- which ii pood to Im ve Toledo an late a II ii p in Thumduy August ilh IrW liapguko Mill bo chtchcu on ex curalon tclclf to Nlapurn Fall THOUSAND ISLANDS Arranpctnents have been made with utho Home Water aide irlnto lho lown Si Omtemiburi Itnllroad for mot beautiful of summer rmoria Tho routu Is via the It W O It Jt to Clavton on the St Lawrence ItUer thence bv steamer down the river through tho Thousand Island to rue coat oi una irm win ueiooo in amtitlon to lho Alexandria nay Niapara Falls rate nnd u limit of ten davs given to all desiring to talio It Those however desiring to make this trip must purchase UcUct I before leaving home as no ticket will be eold on the train or di Niagara r alls - THE t Ior rmMmL r lull lufortiiatlou or V O TlcUettf IlcrtltH AUcut McCcirinlck General IitH Heiijrer unci Tlclccl Agent Cincinnati lllll Rill AdilreHH Any C II tk D Inrlor Car Hents nutl ICKNUJIHIUlUOsaMKN IJtl m m I A HEALY LYON Monro Btreet Cbke n thir nwly Unit Etiu Luitatt - Condicnitllvra and people who have weak lungs or Attn thoHiaada It has not Injur ono uuu iniaku Tu It the itnuui bet cough syrup Bold orerrwhiM 3c nmiboulduu Ilio Curo for Comumpllnn It has cored nt A Cnitit futlli mil iiutrumtnu luifliu drMnUns tttrr IMiiirrd lr HtiKlf rr fuia 4X Kin nl4 val 11 vwvt - GANGER llll4rilltilli anxlt Ccr Cnatiint IntlrurtUnt for Awlur panth uficiMtaan ijinm Mtjori tuim wr HIHIf UIIM XWIX Ul r N KE ta 1403 1 VIIEN HKITINUTO AMVEKTWKHM MtSiK data that Jan saw AJtf ttoiasat I UOs Tceti llio Mountain MKiUiicrciiim Toot tiro mcgathoromln aggregation JmSsInaSiiwcciUH tw InTiJiKyliig n balluomicy tout uuil trnpexe otrfrart In the wiioIghiiio oiiscrvnimiw of lmiul and I klm- 6874 r num l lriivu u ftcrfitrninnctf on Conner WEST 6414 iwiw ivrinr in mil in Md 4tiiirimv iriiiii cviiniKmnil w U D l tutlMl Til II - Yeurliim exhihitioii aiU tun ycurcld ret- - First dam Sally Hamlet wiuiiii of two vcitr Hay StuIMon foaled May 18H0 br i ttfn Tin multifold brougliU lilt 111 me wu Hamlet Asliluml Park iirniUiel crowd oh lust Monday alter- - ml WHV thrccjcnr oldll record 2JIH oldLoretta FMakcsjin Al87obv Hamlet tslrc inyWics of the universe ImVO SIUKD 1JY HAPPY M Kill IM of V Piintlind 220V record 22 218W llrVer lmxt btui h Truro pacer 2223 Lady M 221 Leon SrV Nmc v muipi minds from time immemorial and noon Hie nhow in wu to -- W Alnjrli- CnbbsMS od mm 7 m lrlll 1U tine 224 Hrookside Flora 2211 and the Kdi C pacer 2 20 Norman Mt hi like i pickled olive or a iin IJIek Uvir mat nrreHH in Homowliit dams of Thornless 2l8i Cxelotie 2M4 ii mm iixii i amine - aij IWirr Medium 2 ok those that liked u nau is larger sandwich tranby Sraceful 22 and Ham Ashland lurk tho science of astronomy speculation irlwllr72 First1rry M mImiii 22iV Kdlth 222V letta 221 W nvmiUilnv rnl nil for t WI1II0 U10SC lovc 222 Mlfr fM tillltinilY HANK of its teachings Nov- - an the basin of most Miiltravers 222fc regarded it as one of Own brother to Ivsunder tire of liVHundcr Second ihimSal dam of Coaster 22iP Cap First dam Mamie Ac nrrlinlivw It llHH Its illMKirtllllCO ill tllO that didnt like it West dam of Cuim Hov220i Watt 22 W Williiim Kearney tain Clay Driftwood mid graudaiu of three year old Tlio band reiileiiilent Marlowe pacer 2lo by Canada Chief record 2V Adelliinii 7 lu r I Miflilv lifes mistllkCH ami Ivsander Chief 10 10 ll- 1 i b sire ol dams of tioveriior 2- SO and Iou ucsi i urn k Lt itliroo vears o dAc f in their bright new metal helmets mad First Dam lattie Putchen trial 2itaram1ain m Allie West 7losiie of fewett 2lis Hooker sire Maud Mncey 21 74 Ac liy Mainliriiio liirnrnaiiiiir HiiinirL il in uubiii of Chcsnut Wilks 22 the town previous to the ley Frlcl 21J 4 Frank ChamnainiJ Iutchcu sire of the lain of 5uy W ken Third dam the dam of Sofr that produced accepted among the astronomer that in a parade over Charley West 227K Hachel H i 28k Blanche 22l4 by Imp Yorkshire sire of A html 2 18 Uiimi Wilkes 2KS 21V Those who nave nearu uiu also sire dams of Mollie Wilkes a few million years this earth will cease performance tho dam of Ashhimi Chief sire of Uhick tii Klvira 218v tlenra Ihltf tf Houri 217 7th Regiment Band of Now York or Allie Wilkes 222 1 4 Kanm 22U l MYvIi riouil 217t ami twenty nine others ir the 230 Wit to support life and will Iks Hying through Wilkes 228 4 Ac Marino Band of Washington I C Second tliuii Mainly by Stanhopes Hlood Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred spaco a moving tomb just as the moon tho Second ilam Madam Hemlley diuii of Miu sire of Prince 227 Jtf ten miles in 2mU8J Hawk sire of the dam of Almoiit 217J havo had their preference and Mabel winner two vear obi Tim fee of Fayette Wilkes is within the ami A lev Wilkes 221 4 is conceded by them to be a dead planet would Hreeders Stake 1881 and Jtapidun been entitled to it yet it detracts noth Third dain lattie bv Downing Vermont reach of all ami lower than that of any m They are still divided however upon the of Iockhart 2144 by Stanhope ji ire of the dam of Enigma 22ii Mainbrino horse of equal merit in Kentucky Season ing from tho fame of the latter to say Forrest 8T1 sire of llnrrv Sluiilionu 2 an I4Kor2UOTOINSUKK question as to whether Mars has reached llraee 210 j sire of Kit Curry 21HK was evidently son of hdwin Forrest 41 sire of llfUv Hoi Hell Wilson 225 dills Vermont sire of is that the band last Monday the stage of inocuous desuetude It kins 22ti 4 Champagne 230 mid lt Homier Hov 22t and sire of the dams of in earnest and aiming to please They dams of So So 217 4 dam of All So to lio hoped that the mystery will be Col Ilruilidmw 220iK Nelly Abel 224CLOUD 5115 put all their heart and their enthusiasm 220M Mainbrino Dudley 2Wi UnJon L danibetta 221 The King 22lX cleared up during its present visit is all anybody Out of the dam or Hlack Cloud 217 220K Ac 2MI his Outlaw 221U Pearl into their work and that Louisville Tost sire out of the dam of Wilson 21V lhinl dam Mrs Statihone bv Mnmlirtn Fourth dam Jessie bv Thomas Jetferson could do Huv horse foaled March SI 1881 Chief sire or Ijuly Thorn 21 Hred at Wood He is a beautiful liltiek with right hind An Knldemlo of lllnndy Flux ford Mainbrino 221 Ji ami four othftx Ashland Park Tho admission was 30c for adults ankle white ktiimls ir hand hkh and is a His sons sired lomlon 220 Patutiao Last summer the flux raged here to a Tho lady doorkeeper very properly refus- perfect horse all over having both hone and SIUKD HY AllDAMiAII WBST 2fiM 221 X hire of Patron 214 4 and 7 olh substance combined with the form and tinisli Sire of Wilkin 227 fearful extent About five miles north ed admission to those intoxicated and characteristic of the cross he so well repreers ills daughters produced Piedmont dam the dam of Hlack Cloud 217f 217 1 4 Director 2t7 sire of Direct of hero at the Whiteside graveyard thero many of the latter remained on the sents viz Hainhlttouiau sire and Muiuhriuo First Pilot Walker pacer by 218 1 4 pacing 20i Margaret S 212U Patched dam This cross stands as the very Second dam the lake Pacing Mare wero fivo victims of this dreadful disease irrtmutu niitsiilt- to trv their luck at a best Ac and 21 others in the SO list because public performances have de NOTK Abdullah West 2iSS bv Allie West Fourth dam by Hunts Commodore Mrt of buried in one day The doctors could promiscuous wrestling bout eye brow monstrated its value Of its many repretirst dam Miss Coons dam of Wilson 2ltK dams of Commodore Hclmnutsireof do nothing with the disease When my holts The performance inside consisted sentatives not one is the sitpuiior of Iterimi by Clark Chief second dam Ohio by ne Helle 22SUJ Doneaster 228 1 4 ient da tor not one has demonstrated the same American Clay third dam brought from family were taken I went to Walters of a good trapeze act rope walking wiro ability to train on from year to year begin ilium 2 28h Ac and Mainbrunellosireof Ohio and represented to be bv Hrowns Sadie Howe 22 Tom Hntton 22C Ac Brothers of Waltersburg and told them walking tumbling dancing etc From ning with the yearling form None are bet Hellfouiider Abdullah West died at six Fifth dam by Copperbottom grandsire o ter bred or better looking years old He was the most promising the situation They said give Chamber- - somo cause the balloon failed to go up dam of Kosuliml 221 and Donald 22T is assured as out of As a sire his success colt I ever bred Notk Haniiv West is a rich nialinifunr eight his tirst crop two entered the list last Iains Cojic Cholera and Diarrhrea Item- Owingsville Outlook West a year us two vear olds namely llermmla Hov hands 2 Cloud iswithrich miihocanv bav lfi bay ltl hands 2 iiches high and n horse of cdy that they had sent out several hun- Â¬ inches black mane and tail el mint stvl C Willi US LOOll llltillll llu nn Kyti uiul Skin Ointment mflc track and Hosemary 2254 CliumburliiltiN 22ihalf legs exteudiiig and t dred bottles into the infected district and t t Eyes Hermuda Hoy being one of the hirgrst win- ami i mack isiipoweriuny above knecr lor son Happy Medium ever sir A CKitTAiS cure for Chronic Sore mint Horse years old he could trot in 240 and would vearolds of 181 his first oolts br nocKs ne ning two every day wo hear how this medicine nas me mosi nniMieu set oi have trotted in 230 at three years old had it Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old ing fouled in 1880 ludgvil nt this age no ins neigni ami is possible get feet and legs it to on a is curing them So far we have not Eczema Itch stallion ever sired more uniform natural oi anv nrciMl As a two year old ne horse not been for an accident on the cars br Chronic Sores Fever Sores imve which one of his hind legs was iniureii lie evidence of being nossessed speed unprecedented galled colts with heard of its failing in a single instance of reimukable causing him to have to be thrown out of Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles will stand for marcs season of 1802 at 210 I went to giving it and could soon see speed as with little handling trotted a training have It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of TO INSIMIK the money to be paid as fol half mile in 118 1 5 and miles he his work confidence In this horse I being the utmoit in as a great sire by Happy good effects and a cure was the re- Â¬ the in 24JJ 100 at the timeof service and the lows At three years old he was not Medium one ot the most tinted of the sons cases have been cured by it after all other other 100 when the mare proves in foal sult Any one in doubt about these facts to very severe of out treatment had failed It is put up in 25 being limited to thirty outside mares Par trained owing also adid no work on attack of of Haiiibletoniau amithe of a daughter the tit- track pink eye He the second diuii U may write to me L C Ellis llock ties wishing to breed to him had better book as a four year old As a five year old he was dti mgreat Allie West sale by Rose and 50 cent boxes For of Miss Mabel and Hapidau who is her their mares early Pope county Illinois For side by Hose jogged and trained lightly more for the pur first colt produced Lockhnrt with a record octOyl Jones pose of ascertaining if he was entirely re of 214i It is my intention to stand Happy Jones Notulrt to bat Unformed testing his West the season than with a view 1812 at 0 2036 covered In a few months he oftrotted a full thus iitlordiug anofopportunity INSrHAMK Thejr Got Morn Than Mont Men speed to farmers una The Republicans may lose the Senmile in 238 und half in 115 The season breeders to secure the services of oncoftlie trial Oct 0 1880 22SK0 All investigation into the Homestead ate is the despairing cry that Hay Inhibition hands This inches high foaled 1800 he served a few mares of my own greatest speed producing representative in horse J affairs would seem to indicate that the comes from Washington The fact that Slav 1878 Tho handsomest son of his and was not put to work until September the country at a nominal price as he will be great sire and the handsomest of any trot and his improvement was most remarkable limited to 30 mares Parties wishing to breed strikers had been getting pretty tolerably they are likely to do so is a welcome one He repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and I to him should apply early No other son of ting bred in the Unitei States fair wages and if they had not saved up to tho people am fully convinced he will with a seasons the great Happy Medium nut of as goods There are forty seven SIUKD HY CKOHGK WlLKIvS222 any money they and they alone were to Republicans thirty nino Democrats and Sire of Harry Wilkes 2lSi4 Guv Wilkes training trot in 2 20 I will let him serve dam stands at such a low figure but 1 am twenty mares M merits W kes iacer2lri1 of 1812 outside of ten determined to let public lai So ke 217M Wilcox pacer Wilson of my own atseason INSUHANCK Money as a sire believingthe the near test his he will blame for it The wages paid these men two Independents in the present Senate so in future 21K due when mare o0 210 A Twenty six vacancies will be filled in the wero from 40 to 275 per month proves to be in foal Wilton 210K Joe be among the best in the country Komi Wilke 218 great deal of unnecessary sympathy is next Senate Should the ltepuoncans I breed sound highly finished trotters add Mares bred by the season not proving in foal have ihe usual privileges of return being wasted upon a set of men who loso four they will lose control of tho have for sale high bred colts and fillies out of producing dams by a greater number of prominent sires tluin any farm In the land make at least three times as much as body Should the Democrats gain six For sale at prices based on actual individual merit I wish to farm or breed on the shares twenty approved mares For further infor can oe mm mation see the doci tho average Kentuckian It is al- they will have control of it There are on application Catalogue which Ashland Park Farm Lexington Ky Mares kept at regular rates most invariably the case that the wage nine Republican Senators whose terms earner who gets the biggest price is the expire and it is extremely doubtful Do Business With a Home Institution ono who docs the largest amount of kick- Â¬ whether a single ono of them will be suc- Â¬ ing Tho farmer boy who gets 12 to 15 ceeded by a Republican They are Fel per month for fourteen hours per day ton California Hawley Connecticut THK CLAY CITY work goes along quietly and performs Perkins Kansas Dawes Massachusetts hia duty while tho skilled laborer wants Stockbridge Michigan Davis Minne fivo times that amount and want to work sota Sanders Montana hiscock isew Gkekx Ky May 10 1892 only eight hours per day Madisonville York and Sawyer Wisconsin clay city ky The Sen Hustlor 50000 ate needs to bo reformed out of the billion- Cupital jg y0 juive ay eomplotccl arrangements with the -dollar Cincinnati Enquirer rut Cholera infantum has lost its terrors FRANK II RUSSELL above named iirm and will handle their goods in large quail- FLOYD DAY alnco tho introduction of Chamberlains Who Hum u Canned Hook Cashier President titles We especially invite an inspection by the merchants Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy O C Smith Treasurer of Lake coun- Â¬ we are Prepared to duplicate any and all prices quoted in When that remedy is used and tho treat- Â¬ ty Indiana who resides at Crown Point Manuged entirely bv home people Louisville Cincinnati or Knoxville Merchants can huv ment as directed with each bottle is fol- Â¬ writes I cured a capped hock with account von ami who are alwavs ready to i who know lowed a cure is certain Mrs Fanny ono bottlo of Quinns Ointment these goods almost iat their doors and savei large freight bills It is nccom module vou 1 I t n 111 miilli UlllOkl IIT Q HC if 5 Money lo limn on reiiuuuun imo Lauderdale of Rock Popo county III tho best thing I have ever used on soft prepared at any aim an times to iurnisn tliese goons till on ok says it cured her baby of cholera infan bunches Horsemen who desire a reli- l in any and every quality size and price All we ask is a and she thinks saved its life A able remedy use the above preparation tuin trial Respectfully JB 9 W Walter a prominent merchant at For alo by Rose Jones P Ky Represented by ED GREKN Hazel Green Waltersburg 111 says it cured his baby Tho lllght Kind of n Dninocrat boy of cholera infantum after several I am a Democrat who believes in B t illlVAN other remedies had failed The child gerrymandering said Senator Hoard in WITH was so low that he seemed almost be and if I had my the Senato yesterday yond the aid of human hands or reach Livery Feed and Sale Stable way 1 would gerrymander every Repub ICather Ho Without Br end XX of auy medicine but Chamberlains lican out of oflke Thats politics and manors Uksioenck Manmotto7 Mich J IBMJ Colic Cholera and Diarrheal Remedy HAZEL GREEN KY Nov is lolitics is what Jim Jewell says it Tho ltov J Koaeblel ot ivbovo jilooo writoa cured him 25 and 50 cent bottles for whenever fool ami Sinirlo Theres nothing personal in it I believe I hare guttered a grout doal and on I tako aIdoao salo by Roso Jones lUjjs ami Siulille IIores bow uorvous auaok coining courage of his con ot in a man having the lastor Kooulgs Nervo Tonto and led r for hire Parties convey ViVil Til mn TIk TX victions and speaking and voting his Ueved I thiuk a great dwvl of tt and would Undo Sum Knows No Lines ed to nuy point on reason rather be without broad than without tho Touio able terms Tho irrepressible Arch Horner who sentiments at all times and all places I Well SutlUod hits evaded the law so long as a distiller want to put Judge Holt out of office and o attend to all calls for auc12 14 WEST MAIN ST fiifl will als tioneering and solicit lusines of this kind Waltkus Tkx Oct 11 1890 of mountain dew has at last been put a Democrat in his place just as 1 HeMieetfiillv Ac About 1H yera rro my ou had the ftrnt atLKXINUTON KY caught up with and is now under 500 want to put out every Republican in tack of epileptic dUaliitSH and Biuldeii ftluow JOHN 11 IMFKAIT on tho bond to appear at tho October term of Kentucky who holds an otlice and put Five dltlerent riootora did him no good attack contrary his case urew worso Mid tho Senator btotno tnoro rrwiuout and severe uutil ho oven I tho United States Court at Ixniisvillc in a good square Democrat CO bottles For yeats back Horner has been violat- Â¬ Board is a plain spoken gentleman who had i to 0 attacks dully After taking 3 attacks of Pastor Koouigs Nerve Tonic the ing the local option laws of Greenup and has no habit of hiding his light or bis ontlroly ceased UKNUY fc MUEULKlt WUOIhSAIK DKAIKUS IN Lewis counties but his dwelling built opinions under a bushel Frankfort A Valuable Hook en Nervous io Ulouo4 Mm iroecsn any satires on tho dividing line gave him defense Capital slito obtsla slid ioor imtionts HUB hicuiciiio irvu ui viinriio against tho jurisdiction of either county A Onnmntcod Kcmcdy TIiIb remedy hsn been nreiuroa ov tne neroronu by just rolling Ida barrel into tho other hoeniKoi rori Cvn 1ml InrAliTM mil Mcgrimiue the only permanent cure lktor prepared uudurhiBiUrocUon bytUo tsuow end of tho house In this manner ho for all forms of headache and neuralgia KOENIG MED CO Chicago III has beaten all tho indictments ever found relieves tho pain in from 15 to 20 min CURES NOTHING BUT PILES byDromrists at 81 per Dottle GAHrSO Third Race ami Union Sts against him Ho now finds Uncle Sam utes For salo on positive guarantee at Sold CIX01NNATI O Larce Slie Si73 O UotUes for 89 A SURE and CERTAIN CURE a diflerent man entirely whoso jurisdic- Â¬ Tun Hfua Li office or sent postpaid by We ciirrv the goods that will suit your Known for IB years as tho Bf ST tion is not confined to county Hues mail on receipt of price 50 cents a box trade and our prices are THK IOWFST n- - MAUriX REMEDY FOR PILES FT WITH Special attention to mail orders rrfprrJtIUCIUUIIsilNTlIIIIKH CO T ICan chronic diarrluua bo cured Thoso An Aiiii Ottltor Added to tho faculty The Secretary of War has appointed who think not should read the following DINGFELDKH J I PHILLIPS WITH from Joseph McGuflln of Spaulding an army officer to give instructions in WHOLESALE DRY GOODS WITH Union county Iowa lie says I was military tactics drawing etc in con NOTIONS BOOT SHOES c troubled for years with chronic diarrhoja nection with Central University It is CO M KY CATLKITSIUUU feOly and used many kinds of medicine but learned from Dr L H Hlantoii tho JOIIIIKKS IN Importers and Johhers of nothing with pcrmoueiit efiect for good chancellor that tho military drill will bo AY HOUSE Agricultural Implement Hardware 1UKI OurrK Ky until I tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera adopted in tho threo preparatory schools Mns IOU PAY rroprletress DRV GOODS AND NOTIONS OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MAJJjM and Diarrhoea Remedy I would say to at Richmond Jackson and Elizabeth This house 1ms been recently refitted and PLOWS COOKS MILLS JM every ono in need of medicine for the town but not in the higher classes of refurnished and the table is at all times sup OHATOHS CHAMPION URA1 plied with the hest in the market Rates Nos 537 530 ami ailment meutiunsd and kindred diseases tho universities AND MOWFHS STODDAUD AJjj reasonable Sample room attached And spe ACM1- HAHHOWS r try tho Koincd and liko myself you Dr H DjCox and nephew of Fincas cial rates to commercial men lntionuue is West Main Strotit r aGly DOOUS AND SASH A SPKClAlila will never bo without it in your home tie WolfoMnuty were here last Friday respectfully solicited LOUISVILLE KY m 1 10 ami 112 SncoN n STitrrr llB und CO cent bottles for sale by Roso The nonjtfew young Dr Cox talks of lo forget the fact that you am 0 1 DONT best writing paper at this ollico Job printing cheap at this olllee I RONTON Johm cating in Jackson Hustler The Mnnlrnld Motoric Mum Mm it - rnrt - I 1 ASHLAND PARK STALLIONS FOR 1892 BERMUDA KX3llKnlkMl2iJK1 HAPPY 1 lk le 1 - 22j r Â¬ nil r Bir r 1 I 22j - - 1 1 tf S 1 Â¬ koi 1 - 22f WEST 1 1 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ I K w Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FAYETTE WILKES 1 I Â¬ B J TREACY National banK vaXriSKtK Wholesale Boots and Shoes LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY IIazkl GREEN HUFFAKER CO Â¬ Â¬ c T DAY CO Â¬ tffiSufi J H PIERATT RH PEARSOmCLARK m WHOLESALE T- - J Â¬ tzS Â¬ Â¬ WBFWvSbWf TABIiKS BUCKEYE Â¬ Â¬ LOUIS STIX FREE Dry Goods notions c life 0INTMENT Â¬ D- D H CARPENTEE Â¬ I J J ROBINSON W M KERR 3 C0t -- D Â¬ s in Â¬ - 3 Â¬