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IHazel Green Herald jpEHCER COOPER Owner and Editor Of a Noisy World With News From All Nations Lumbring at His Baok tl00 a YEAR Always In Ativan EIGHTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 19 1892 NUMBER 22 enormous mass of silver during a period of more than fourteen yeani caused any increase In the price of silver bullion On tho contrary tho price of silver bull Â¬ ion in all the markets of the world in those countries where there ia free coin ago as well as In those where the mints aro closed to silver Is much lower now than It was In 1878 when this country began to purchaso It at the rate of 24 000000 worth por annum fj 4t n CARLISLES ANSWER TO JOHN A LYNE ESQ OF HENDER- Â¬ SON KY WHO WANTED TO KNOW WHETHER DUtlngtiUluMl Senator Kver Kentucky Favored Prco Colnagr of Silver lll Metnllstn In a Nutshell The Greatest Effort OF - nor moro than 4000000 worth of silver bullion per month and after it camo back to tho House for concurrence in that amendment I made a speech in which among other things I said Tho Director of tho Mint In his last re port states that from January 1875 whon the coinage of tho subsidiary silver com menced to Ootober 1 1877 there had been 2870703457 fino ounces or ill 1737173 stand ii ril ounces of silver bullion at the price of 3J81S87VJ being an aver Â¬ age of 1188 cents per ounce tine and that this bullion at the coining rato of 244108 standard ounce will produce 3l057088 I ere then is a seigniorage or gain to the Government during the period mentioned ol 556071471 Under a system of free coinage this sum of more than five and a half million of dollars would have gone di rectly into the coders of the holders and speculators in silver bullion and besides that the Government would have prepared their coin for them at an expense of several dollars more Under the free coinage pro visions of the Hoiibo bill the foreign jioldurs of demonetized silver ol Germany would have the right to Hood our mints with it and have it coined into dollars for their own benefit at the expense of our Government and people The overloaded taxpayers of this coun try already staggcrhig and sinking under the burdens imposed upon them bv unwise legislation would have been subjected by thut provision to a new exaction of several million dollars annually for coining tho bullion of capitalists nt homo and abroad I can not become the advocate of such a system either us to gold or silver and al though my voto was given for the bill as it passed the House under a suspension of the rules with this feature in it I did not approve it anil then hoped that it would bo amended in the Senate The mints of tho United States arc operated at the expense of the whole people and therefore they should be operated for the benefit of the people If on account of a difference between the market value of the bullion and the legal value of the coin there is a sclgnoragc or gain in the process of coining the Government should have the benefit of it and if as in the case of gold at the present time there is no difference the holder of the bullion who wants it converted into coin should be required to pay at least enough to defray the expenses of the operation The great mass of the peoi pic neither own bullion nor metal requiring recoinagc so that the provision of the House bill was not a provision for their benefit but for the exclusive benefit of a few bullion dealers and mining companies My position upon this subject is briefly this I urn opposed to free coinage of either gold or silver but in favor or unlimited coinage of both metals upon terms of exact No discrimination should be equality made in favor of one metal and against the other i or should any discrimination be made in favor of tho holders of cither gold or silver bullion and against tho great body of the people who own other kinds of property A great government should treat all its citizens alike and whenever it attempts to do otherwise it will engender a spirit of discontent which sooner or later must disturb the haimony if not the peace of soÂ¬ 1 Â¬ m m Ky Dear Sir Your favor in which you ask me whether I have been heretofore in favor of the frco coin ago of silver and whether my views upon that subject have undergone any change was duly o received but I havo been unable to find time to answer until now The answer to your question depends largely upon what you mean by the free coinage of silver If you mean the frooomoao policy urged by many under which the t Government of the United States would bo compelled by law to receive sixty eight cents worth of silver bullion when presented by the owner and coin it nt the expense of all the people of the country and compel the people by law to receive the coin as the equivalent of 100 cents my answer is that I am not now and never have been in favor of it I stand now where my lamented prede- Â¬ cessor Mr Beck and I stood together in 1878 when the so called Bland Allison This is not a Evcrv Department Overflowing to its utmost capacity bill wa passed by Congress under catch penny sale of nny kind but good honest valuesand qualities During the coming week wc will display full which the Secretary of tho Treasury was at fairpriees lines of Mens and Boys Clothing representing the lend required to purchase and coin monthly ing and best manufacturers in the United States and not less than 2000000 nor more than rjiirope we win ioneu our repuuuion 01 uuriy 4000000 worth of silver bullion When We have nevyears standing in Lexington that bill passed tho House of Represener failed to keep our promises heretofore tatives it provided for the free and un- Â¬ J That we will sell you the best Mens Suit 5 limited coinage of the silver dollar but after it went to the Senate Mr Deck of- Â¬ That we will sell you the best Men s buit attflU fered an amendment which provided that That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 15 tho Secretary of tho Treasury should That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 20 purchase at the market price each month Suit at 25 That we will sell you the not less than 3000000 worth of silver bullion or as much more as could bo TAILORING MERCHANT OUR DEPARTMENTS coined at the mint the selgniorago to be paid into tho Treasury and that whenIs the finest in the United States Our Cutters and Workmen are first We are doing the largest business we have ever done class artists ever the bullion could not be purchased Come and make your selections early at less than par with legal tender notes any owner of silver bullion might deposit it for coinage on the same terms as gold was deposited Speaking upon this sub- Â¬ ject on tho 3d day of February 1878 Mr Beck said U I desire lone as In TAILORS I silver the second place purchasedbo for less If LEADING CLOTHIERS and bullion enn he than par in legal lender notes tliut the peo 4 ple or the United States shull huvo the benefit of the seigniorage or gain and thut it shall not go to private individuals AA0 But ho said he wanted silver to be on the same basis as gold whenever tho bull- Â¬ ion should reach par with the legal tender IWHfllflOIIIIIIHI notes On February 14 1878 Mr Beck said I spoke fully on this question before iiww not homo r Un t T Parr fTTIckorr 3rovo Farm trying and said then that I didfeel want the people inTtuhuin After that the Senile Itclue 1Wis says a largo liunch of the United States to of removed every known remedy of the United States had allowed any man of two years standing from a 3 year old Ally in California Nevada or elsewhere who hud with throo applications of an immense amount of bullion to take pos session of tho mints of the United Slates and make a seigniorage of six or eight per cent and especially I did not want the ItUtbo best preparation I haveeverusedorheard ieriunn government or any other foreign of 1 heartily recommend It to all Horsemen power or citizen to take possession of our mints and have the benefit of that seignior We have hundreds ctueh tettimonial age when wc could obtain and apply it for the benefit of the taxpayers nf the country Price 81SS per battle Aikyourdrotitforlt If be tlocs not kpltnduaSScumrof ullverfortrlalfto In the coinage of our fractional currency x CO wrmciiaii TBADK UABE W B EDDY as shown by the report ol the Director of the Mint we bought enough bullion for 34500000 to make thirty nine million and odd dollars of fractional currency and the Government the agent of the people ob talncd 5500000 of seigniorage which re lieved us of that much other taxation As long as there is such a di fie re nee I feel that the people ought to have it and not any AT THE individual in Europe or America or any other government than our own On the same day he said I desire to come to the House bill at the earliest possible moment but as long as sliver bullion is six eight or ten per cent No below gold I do not want this Congress to Regular Meals 25 Cents Order at All Hours Breakfast from 6 A M so vote as to give any private citizen or any Meals to foreign nation or foreign corporation that 109 A m Dinner from 10 A M to S P M Supper from in m to 9 p M Oys seigniorage kr Lamb Fries Fish Chickens and Quails a specialty Open from 5 a m to 12 Ilefore this ho had said p I will I want the hill in some shape Proprietor CUS LUICART vote for the House hill I prefer the amend ment I huve otlered but it that is not right vote it down and I will vote for the House TmiT H G JONES bill pure and simple if I can and if the California miners the Nevada miners and all the combinations of bullintilsta make four or five millions a year and the people have to curry it it is not my fault At the time Mr Beck made these re Â¬ DEALERS IN marks silver was only eight or ten per cent below gold while now it is about forty five per cent below gold and if it HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY was not right and just to tho people then a complete line cif Dry Goods Notions Ladies Dress to donate a seigniorage of eight or ten tyods Gents Clothing Roots Shoes Hats Patent Mcdi- - per cent to the combinations of bull Imj and ionist It prices just now certainly can not fourright fivo Saddles Harness c and sell FOR CASH or rAll goods times that to donate over er than ever before seen in Hazel Green much uranteed as represented or money refunded Tho free coinage bill of tho Houso was amended In the Senate so as to provide NEATLY CHEAPLY and PROMPTLY EXE as I have already said for the purchase UUQ Send your order and coinage of not leas thali 2000000 I I IM La CUTED AT THIS OFFICE A ill rrassKinan- John Lyne Esq Henderson im BQVALBD IN THE Nclthor gold nor silver coins except tho subsidiary coins will over again en Â¬ ter Into vory general use as currency in any great commercial country Tho principal offlco of theso coins is to form a basis for tho Isauo of notes or certifi- Â¬ cates which constitute tho moat conve- Â¬ nient form of circulation among the peo-Â¬ ple Any measure which would have a tendency to broaden this basis of circu- Â¬ lation by Increasing tho amount of mo tnllic money with which tho papor can bo redeemed would in my opinion bo benoficial not only to this country but to tho world generally but this can not bo done by tho fabrication of two coins of tho samo denomination but of equal intrinsic value because both of the coins can not constitute at tho samo timo tho money of redemption Sixty eight cents worth of silver and ono dollars worth of gold can not both be standards of value at the samo time and place and this has been fully demonstrated by our own ex- Â¬ perience during tho last fourteen years for although tho sliver dollar has been all that tlmo a full legal tender under the statutes of the United States every Â¬ body admits that wo are still on a gold basis and thoreforo tho valuo of all tho paper in circulation is measured not by silver but by gold How can wo change this and so broad- Â¬ en tho basis of circulation as to malfo silver a part of tho real money by which values shall be measured and paper re Â¬ deemed Thcro aro only two ways in which this can bo done by governmental action first by tho coinage of a silver History Lexington Louis Â¬ Gus Straus Â¬ Â¬ DimiCmi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ at Â¬ bestMens m M Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ L C STRAUS FINE KENTUCKY Â¬ Â¬ ciety Â¬ Â¬ m LEXINGTON ll 4ttOe6OO6fr0M ooooof Jny-Eyc-S- Â¬ QUINNS OINTMENT Â¬ wand orarara English Kitchen 12 W Short Â¬ Street Lexington Ky Â¬ HOtftt jny JON IBS at WHEAL M1E0MM1IB1 JflR DOTMTTMrr rKIIM Tho last paragraph of this extract shows precisely what my position then was and always lias been upon this sub I believe that gold and silver jeet bullion should bo tretted exactly alike in the mints ot the United Suites that is that a dollars worth of gold should be coined into a gold dollar and n dollars worth of silver should bo coined into n siver dollar and if no charge is made for coining the one then no charge should be made for coining the other In my opinion the declaration made upon this subject by tho Democratic parly at its recent National convention is perfectly sound in principle and enunciates the only true public policy That declaration is in the following lan Â¬ guage which I do not think can be mis understood by any one who reads it Section 7 We denounce the Republican legislation known as the Sherman act of 1810 as a cowardly make shift fraught with possibilities of danger in the future which should make all of its supporters as well as its author auxlou for its speedy repeal We hold to the use of both gold and silver as the standard money of the country and to the coinage of both gnltl and silver with out discriminating against either metal or charge for mintage but the dollar unit of coinage of both metals must be of equal In trinsic and exchangeable value or be ad Justed through International agreement or by such safeguards of legislation as shall insure the maintenance of the parity of the two metals and the equal power of every dollar at all times in the markets and in payments of debts and we demand thai all paper currency shall be kept at par with ami redeemable In such coin We insist upon this policy as especially necessary fur the protection of the farmers and laboring classes the first and most defenseless victims of unstable money and a fluctuating currency The gold and silver coins can not lie of equal intrinsic valuo as demanded by this resolution unless the metal con- Â¬ tained in each of them is of equal value Coin- Â¬ while still in the form of bullion age adds nothing whatever to the In- Â¬ trinsic valuo of the metal but only ascertains officially Its weight and fineness puts it in a convenient form of circulation and authenticates it by the stamp of The United States has government coined over 400000000 In silver since the passage of the act of 1878 but this has not added one cent to the intrinsic value of the metal contained in them nor has the purchase and coinage of this Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dollar actually containing a dollars worth of silver or secondly by an In- Â¬ ternational agreement fixing the common ratio between silver and gold for coinage purposes When cither of theso things is dono silver will bo fully remonotircd and silver and gold together will consti Â¬ tute tho real metallic money of the world tho money with which all tho paper circulation will be redeemed and into which all contracts will bo resolved upon final settlement If nn attempt should bo mado now by the United States alone to nuthorizo tho free coinage of silver and so fix tho ratio by legislation as to make a gold and sil- Â¬ ver dollar of equal intrinsic value it would bo obviously unfair to make tho present commercial value of silver bull Â¬ ion the bus is of tho adjustment becauso tho partial demonetization of silver by limiting its coinage has undoubtedly had considerable Influonco in depreciat Â¬ ing its prico and it appreciating the prico or valuo of gold Tho frco and un- Â¬ limited coinage of silver upon any ratio that might bo established would therefore have a tendency to bring tho value of tho two metals nearer to each other and tho true ratio for the purposes of coinage would bo found at some point between sixteen to ono and the present relative prices of silver and gold bullion It may bo Impossible for any single gov- Â¬ ernment to establish a ratio which will be sufficiently stable to sustain tho frco coinage of both metals without disturbing its monetary system If so an international conference is the only tribunal that can extricato us from tho existing situation Any meas tiro which will fully remonetlse silver and insure tho equality of the dollars coined from tho two metals whether it be an act of Congress or tho agree Â¬ ment of an international monetary con- Â¬ ference will receive my cordial sup Â¬ port for I believe that the use of both is essential to the prosperity of this and all commercial countries I have uni- Â¬ formly voted for both bills and resolu- Â¬ tions inviting other nations to meet our representatives for the purpose of fully re establishing the use of silver and I sincerely hoje that the conference which is soon to be assembled will be able to reach such an agreement upon that sub Â¬ ject as will meet the approval of all thegovernments partioipatiag lit it Very truly yours J G Oaklmmc Washlngtofl D O August 4 Â¬ V - - Hazel Green Herald B i Considering tho possibility of aa early winter to out short tho Into plnnW KY t HAZEL GREEN oil crops the Importance of tho silo is An old render sends us tho accom Â¬ magnified by which tho green crop panying cut of the frame of a silo and may bo preserved for winter use Ifc asks If it is of sufficient merit to bo no- Â¬ will bo well to tuko thought of the WHY POPCORN POPS ticed Of course anything that prom morrow to anticlpatu the sllnge supply ises to bo an improvement on existing by corn planting as Into as Into July oa Hot One Irrunn In a Thotnmnrt Can Tell things is in the line of notice The tho low hinds which may bo dry When Titpjr Arn Aakotl diagram shows that tho studding of tho by that time A writer in the Amer- lWhy does popcorn pop silo is to bo put horizontal and tho cor Cultivator says that the valuo of th Ask this first twenty learned men you locked corners aro to be further silo goes without question now In pro can find mid not ono of them will be strengthened by a cross piece to bo gressiyo dairy regions Tho best tnothV able to toll you The secret lies in the spiked on ns seen at A The important od of constructing it is pmetieully set-Â¬ structure of the grain which Is very thing is to do away with the corners tled also built out of wood instead of wonderful indeed ami cell upon these braces as well as stone Wood being porous and a poor In the center of ench grain of popthe studding It The designer does conductor of heat Is far more desirable corn in tho germ of tho future plant not say w hether the silo Is to be single for the silo The silo should be built officeholders It holds tho vital element of tho seed or double hoardod which would bo an of wood and tliuu painted thoroughly What is it like Well it Ih about tho The declaration of the Chicago plat- important point as the silo if single with waterproof paint making ovury qto of a largo pln hcud Its outer coat form for freedom of education and celled would find Its weak point at the crevice and crack thoroughly tight Ih ii inomhrano of woody matter inside against this tyranny is strong and time- turning of the angles If tho matched The farmer has his choice between two of which is an oily subsUmee contain- Â¬ ly With tho rest of tho platform it lumber were first put upon the stud- kinds of walls the double walled ing nitrogen and phosphorus Embed constitutes an emphatic reaffirmation ding or now more properly ribs and wooden structure with tarred paper ded in thiH oily substance is the nuof tho democratic tenet of individual notched on to these cross braces ho that between or tno single wooden wall cleus liberty at a time when bigoted radical- Â¬ the siding could be spliced or lapped on lined Inside with matched flooring and Tho nucleus is tho true germ the ism in the states and In tho United to the first boards the corners would covering over carefully with paint essential llfo principlo of tho seed It States is going to extremes in denying seem then to be reasonably secure Hither one of those answers better is ehielly composed of albumen and is that the individual has any rights The double boarding with strong pa- - than the lathed and plastered silo just big enough to bo scon with the which u party strong enough to suhju which was so universally received a milted eye Small as it is it contains a gate him and take from him tho liber- Â¬ x Oy p few years ago as the highest perfection B mystery which no man has over solved ty of exercising them is bound to rc- of wooden silo walls is ever UUoly to solve tho mighty or Such a silo built early in the year will secret of reproduction Jlowevor there bo ready for the corn by the time the arc more things of interest to be noticed crop hss properly matured but one in the outer structure of the pocorn must plant for the silo and not trust to grain SJ L 0 field corn to answer tho purpose On variety of corn cannot bo recommended lathered around the gorm are gran6XI6 generally for nearly every locality re Â¬ ules of starch arranged in layers and so regularly placed as to resemble a quires a dilrcrent kind Generally ono In fact like crystalline structure can select the largest variety tlint crystals though they are not such grows in his section for the silo re- Â¬ quires corn that will make u heavy these granules possess tho peculiar property of polurling light Seen growth and gives a great yield of eura and fodder Such corn is tho Ideal one under tho microscope they have very X X Between each two beautiful forms for this work The biggest crop to the Invert of them is a woody membrane acre Is the best for generally such corn por doubled in the turns would make l and covering the whole is the hard exall secure and when the lining boards will keep ns well as the small crops ternal envelope of the corn grain com were put on if they were well beveled After the proper selection of the variety I M - vSrTlftSiSw VW V posed of woody matter with a large nt the edges so that when nailed the the corn should be drilled in the field im siSS T- of mineral substances such proportion joining would be a good joint there rows from throe to four feet apart ac Soma of as lime silox potash and magnesia would not beany more liability of dam cording to its size and yield the smaller varieties can be planted as Think what an mnuylng quantity of age than in the usual square corner nutritious food is thus packed in a little my opinion the ribs need not be close as the minimum distance while spneo for the use of tho embryo plant PROTECTED nearer than 1 feet apart and a - by o the very large stalked kinds will need1 which first absorbs tho nitrogen and inch timber would be of ample strength the maximum distance between the BY THE kernel shouldl phosphorus contained in tho so called The doorway would present the most rows In drilling it one to be dropped from seven genu envelope afterward consuming nine Inches serious matter as it would need to bo apart In the rows according to the kind iYTKINHY TARIFF tho starch and so getting ready to either ai manhole cut in between the The cultivation of tho silage corn sprout ribs or a section door set in from the will always produce better results A popcorn grain has precisely the inside and unhinged extending up and same structure as a grain of ordinary down across two of the ribs Though when it is attended to quite frequently is simply a variety of the same corn It this would interfere to some extent during the growing season It should rarely species of plant Why then will not with taking out the ensilage to have a be surface cultivation however inch or Sf extending down more than an common corn pop It will do so as you VJxtl across the doorway if a frame of w put can Hud out for yourself by trying but this xUstufi 18 inches by I feet two The coder should also bo the to work and after this has torn up WANnflG well though it docs not pop nearly so were well sot in at tho doorway there 7 JW r be spread now and then a grain will do excellentwould be no danger of weakening the weeds a crop of clover can will snvo n in w rwR s rows This between the oaUT ly Tho reason is that tho starch JFss fthTr frame of the silo by cutting out a rib year in tho rotation and not injure tut granules in popcorn are packed more y i door The next lower door for the AFTER ON will n wyw tightly and tho woody membranes be could be set three ribs below and if growth of the corn The clover of1 Af not grow much during the growth mftWDUV tween tho layers are thlner and more the silo were very deep there could be for uUJVifjr it blw V easily ruptured Meat causes the water yet another door put in lower down the corn but when will is harvested nuv Ttvn R swvfor spring up silo tho clover that is in tho starch to expand the exand this would afford ample fayliitycfor the ground ternal envelope is burst open and the Chicago Herald taking out tho ensilage Whore the Idly covering tho wljolethere is nom a MoKinloy Tho TurllT Is doing Its own talking loss short time In this way grain turns Inside out becoming fifteen lumber is cither matched or is dressed in growing the silage on the field for size or more and times its original down to a true edge theiv is no real showing tho pretty white starch out that no self respecting colored man can spect or even lo tolerate St Louis Re- - objection to putting it on up and low u the land would have to be cultivated corn tilde vote for Harrison and such a declara Â¬ I ublic though witli this qualification that if for the clover crop if not forIn tho sen the The corn is gathered early Â¬ That is tho reason why popcorn pops tion might have Its effect unless counonly a single thickness Of lumber is son long before the field crops arc and POINTED PARAGRAPHS Tho best popcorn is tho light yellow teracted But when the president uodj it i1 imperative that it shall be of this still leaves u considerable period kind with small pointed grains There orders possum and sweet potatoes The Chicago platform puts the the best quality and the matching per Â¬ for the clover crop to grow before cold is hardly a farm In the west that does very negro voter Is expected to forget democratic party in the middle of the fect as the air must be prevented from weather In one season the amount of not have Its patch of popcorn for home all grounds of disaffection and come road and it will keep it and keep mov- Â¬ gaining an entrance corn and clover taken from an acre will consumption but nearly all of tho pop- cheerfully to the support of the ticket ing forward St Lotus Republic The silo here Uopicted would be an be great and the clover Will add to tlic corn raised for market Is produced In Apart from its elVeet upon the negro any excellent one to put up in a barn that soil almost as much nitrogenous matter If tho democratic party has New England A story Is told of a voters there is a peculiar propriety in clearly defined purpose it is to over hadu defective frame one that could Massachusetts farmer who had n barn the introduction of tho possum as the throw the system of tarifi robbery not bo depended upon to strengthen the as the corn takes from it half filled with popcorn newly harvest Â¬ representative of the republican policy which is maintained by and which in backing of the silo or if the silo was to HAYRACK AND MANGER ed and shucked The building caught of protection and reciprocity The sa- Â¬ be an outside structure it would per maintains the republican party fire the popcorn popped and an enor Â¬ lient characteristic of the possum is so turn be more rigid than one built with haps Louisville Courier Journal Tihmo foiling mous wave of It rolled down hill cover Â¬ well known that it has enriched our upright studding though there would Morn Sorvliculiln Tliuu Illicit II him Timet un The banners and transparencies ing up tho farm house so that only the language with the word possuinlng probably be no economy of lumber The hayrack and manger shown to of Cleveland and Stevenson are dying elVeotod The original idea of this stylo It is chimneys were to Ik seen and tho fam as a synonym of dissimulation all over New York and there can be of silo frame except the corner cross tho accompanying illustration is very ily had to bo dug out by tho neighbors therefore tho best of all symbols of cheap simple and will be found popular feeling with snow shovels At present the bus Â¬ republicanism Tho whole republican no mistake about tho Tho bosses will braces was made public by Mr Ueo T equally and serylceablo and far nioro as In regard to the ticket possum iness of manufacturing buttered pop creed is but an example of Powell of ihcnt N V now the popu costing tlirco percorn Is conducted on a vast scale in iug When republicans tuk of pro be sick and sore for a little while lar and efficient superintendent of the healthful than those as time advances will realize haps but Chicago and elsewhere millions of tection they are only possuming XJv York state farmers institutes packages of It being distributed for Sale for they do not mean protection at all more and more clearly the foolishness of J6liu Gould in Country ieutlemau Balti 3T9 nil over the United States Washington but spoliation of the many for the ben Â¬ fighting against the inevitable more News Â¬ M Star efit of a few When they speak of rec SHEEP SHEARINGS The people without distinction iprocity they wink the other eye for of party have a right to congratulate Itlnor Vronf I lie v propose so to limit it that It will Kirrv sheep make u good Hock to Tr Jolloose WhntH tho matter my give cheap goods only to foreigners it themselves on Mr Clevelands uomina k CAPtogcfher good follow Trying to be HIV Is a possum policy trom beginning to tionsinee it insures a campaign in which SnrKi are fond of variety of fo6d and principles rather than persons will no loodfollow Thoy say 1 Imvo typhoid end V S v from thrive upon it fever The labels of protection and roe discussed and frees the country Siirr1 have a good coat of wool yet Dr Jolloose Typhoid fever Pad iproeity have only to be put upon a wallowing in the mire of personal abuse they need good shelter from storms srIIVIUKAIIIK IIAYIIACK AND MAXOKR and vituperation which has character thing One of two things follows Pa- Â¬ couple of possums to tell the whole f Kbkihnu on low wtft land producers times Hie umoutit5 ft is intended ff tient ulwoys dies or Is left an Idiot Ive story Tho Idea was a genuine inspira- ized so many previous campaigns an tmfavorablocoiiditioii for tno slice Boston Traveller rep had it I know Judge those wmofood their horses hay from tion Louisville Courier Journal lr the ewes are allowed to run down above The front of the rack or chute The CaVneglo castle formerly ICvrr In Driniuul INDIVIDUAL LIBERTY Mills has at this time the lambs will be weak Ms twolvo inches wide at tho IkHU known as the Homestead Friend Is It not romurkublo that sallyami sickly and twenty inches at tho top The sliio IliMiiopriiry MiuhM lp Tur tho Itlcht of the proper moat and drawbridge with tho thousands of authors In tho and bnrblenn port watch tower Ik the sheep must be sold fatten is fiom twenty to twenty eight inchc tho People country tho price of writing paper away s in The democratic party has always held machicolations but we a are not kept them well and sell for mutton better wide the lower end being cut distant does not go up donjon ean be realized formed whether it has shown in tho engraving the Struggling Author gazing at returned that it is tho rlghtof thu citizen to make for the Incarceration of those workmen prices Om of the best plans of feedlnglaiubs from the bottom of the manger to tlo and control tho government that when packages N o but I should think Inches ho Is governed at nil against his con Â¬ who foolishly thought that the MoKlu is with a bottle with a rubber nipple top of the arch being sktcon top Htnmps would go up N Y Weekly ley tnrilV would save them from a re- fastened over the top Tho lufy when placed In tho sent ho is governed unjustly anil that wr lit Mtulo HU Point MiKivi1 love high dry ground and this the rack will fall or settle to the he cannot be justly governed In any re duction of wages N Y World any should be remembered in selecting u torn and tho horse In eating the litf If the democratic party has Newish Do you know Stablets that sjicot without this consent previously JJJ pulhtiout a mouthful nt ii time you remind mo of tho Brooklyn Pridgo expressed in tho contracts created by clearly defined purpose it is to over- tvplculshecp pasture f seeds etc remaining in W tho system of tarilV robbery Stublots No Why Tmevintintjnttjlii- dtho1 furin leaves constitutions and by statutes made in throw not gt1 Nocush Poouuso you havo such u fine ncvor lance with them It has always which is maintained by and which in iOTgriidifuliy Increased by Hie niintber manger Tho horsn docs hayseed ntw eyes or mane full of dirt pan hold that only such rights are to bo sur Â¬ turn maintains tho republican party of sheep that are kept upon it many styles of few OoW an Invitation to ride on tho rendered to the majority making and This being true tho party could afford Oni advantage with wool growing is foul dust Witli to say nothing else and it recently re that it dous not exhaust the fertility of rucks tho health and eyesight of Brooklyn Life spot administering tho laws as aro absolutehorse is much endangered by the nv for the fused any longer to speak In faltering the soil like grain growing ly essential to government Sanitary Itoui America ing dust in the still intones on a subject which demands unBe order When a ewe loses her lamb she can Agriculturist First Clubman I was rending tho maintenance of ponce andtho majority faltering courage Louisville Courier denies that be put in a pen and used as a wot nurse other day that intemperance is ti db yond this it to govern tho Individual Journal has a right rase Doc Katluic llK Carnegies men protesting against to help out lambs that aro lost to be free to regulate his Second Clubman Well If it Is its whom it holds Woor cannot be grown to the best There Is only one safe method of PJJ religion his own a reduction in wages is not a very gtxd his eating contagious for when n married lunu own morals ownown business his uinusomonu his own boom for the republican campaign ndvaiitago from the buck of poor sheep venting prowling dogs from any more than good crops of grain can eggs laid by tho hens ami tlmt H Kots drunk he catches it when ho gets education his own food and drink his on tho beauties of protection Chair borne at least I do Texas Sif tings break up till nests made by tlio W own habits of all kinds and the whole man Campbell should know that oueol bo grown on a thin rundown soil Tiik Kuglish farmer turns his sheep outsldo of the poultry house Iovln conduct of his Ilfo without regtird to the duties of his position is the hasty QllMtllllt or FIlllHHl tho will of the majority so long alid so settlement of labor difficulties in pro into tho turnip field to gather tho crop entrance to the house sufficiently Wk llobbsr suppose you will puss the la- - J for lions only to enter Tho loU7 ummer with your fluncco at tho son far to any extent whatever us ho does tected industries during the campaign for thetnsoivos Ho thus Saves the boy of handling them and at the sumo house Is ronlly tho placo for an tint disturb tho peaco of tho majority This Is one of tho things n republican ikore wont you as the hens should not bo couilela Dobbtt I shall if I cun marry her at and by his courso romlcr good order mi national coinmlttco U muiutaiucd for time gets tiro land well mumircd Western Uuruf ncuk other resorts Sioux City Tribune uosslble Ww eud of tho 2mt week Life 7olni lotilil lIMiM It Merit unit Hiir Kixtii Homo Improviiiic nt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 8PEN0EH COOPER Publlihor Â¬ Â¬ POSbUM POLITICS Tho leoiillnr Vroprletjr or tho Ircplitcn Mill IrrrVrcncr President Harrison recently ex- Â¬ pressed a desire for a possum Although Mr Harrison is not much of a humorist tho circumstances under which tho wish was expressed would have justi Â¬ fied tho belief that tho remark was Tho wishes only it bit of pleasantry of a president however are commands to tho office seekers and the publica- Â¬ tion of tho remark brought a quick response Some Maryland republican sent to the president by express two young possums with red white and blue ribbons about their necks one Protection and tho other marked Reciprocity This Is supposed to havo been a mns ter stroke of political management It is accepted as an advertisement of the fact that Mr Harrison is fond of possum and this is expected to be worth Every darkys iniinv votes to him is expected to thrill with admira Â¬ heart tion when he learns that the republican candidate for the presidency is fond of possum To be sure the colored troops have been lighting nobly in tho republican column all along but it seems that something is now deemed neces There sary to rouse their enthusiasm have been many murmurs of discontent lately Prof Lungston has declared Â¬ Â¬ tfho republican party holds nrw and It has always hold that tho Individual has uprights wilch may not rightly bo taken from him by ptuttito If he Is too worilc to prevent the statute from being In thin enacted for his subjugation Intemperate spirit of oppression It has passed its prohibitory laws in tho name of temperance and in this spirit in 111 nois Wisconsin Massachusetts and other states It has attempted by statute to overthrow the freedom of education to force the Individual to abandon the right to obey his own conscientious convictions to compel him to accept the dictum of politicians in the educa tion of his children lo send policemen to interfere between parent and child and to use tho police power of tho state to break down such schools religious and secular as aro not authorized by AGRLCULTURALHINTS FRAME FOR FILLING THE SILO siib i Tk Iroper AVay of lrcdorvln Clrn Â¬ Â¬ I 7x Â¬ x 1 V Ay Â¬ Â¬ 5iIi 1 1 JP fc i Mf5 Â¬ Â¬ - tfWzt -- v WAbzi Â¬ Â¬ rcit I 1 1 it s jVtv rmm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bwsVj SZSZ3Nsj I I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE TRUE SIBERIA Hut you may tako all scono of aln and troublo iuto Klry I tho Mondolssohns and Beothovens nd CELESTIAL tho armies that tho earth luisovcr seen scorn to hear him say of oarth nover low tho Sohumanns M A That imt rto XMdHMKMH tho legions under Sennacherib and ined and you may stand through all ImmlKrsaisi Journey forth rejalolnsr I utornlty and listen and thoro will not 4 Nations Throng Around Christs Cyrus and Closer Xerxes and Alex Donso swarma of laosqultoea attack From Hits durk vnlo ot tears andor and Napoleon and nil our mod Â¬ bo ono discord In that groat anthom tho Inhabitants dnrlnfr summer ntffht To heavenly Joy and freedom imperial i iirono ern forces and put them in ono great From earthly caro and foM that forovor rolls up against tho groat and day and deaths have occarrcd from array and then on somo swift stood heart of God When Christ my Lord shall gather tholr bites Tho natives do not nUttffh DroMoil In Ituhr or White you may rldo along tho lino and rovlow rhr Mttltllii All his nMccmcd uguln It will not bo a solo It will not bo a tor cattle and aro oxoecillHly jkmhv lTiiHo Their Volcin In Hwwt Sym I tho troops and that accumulated host Hitt litiKdnm to Inherit duet it will not bo a qulntot but an tho staplo food being a HoHotoak phony Dr TnliniiRoA Huriitou QoodnlKht till then from all agon seems liko a half formed Innumerable host before tho throno made of tir troo bark powdered very regiment compared with tho groat ar- Â¬ crying Salvation unto our God and line my Saviour calling I hear Hlooka of solM Ice areuseHaii Tho great Shoredltoh tnbernaolo in ray of tho redeemed The Joyful hour lias como Thoy crowd all tha window panes In the hens during unto tho Lamb London wuoro nov w uur ho cast oi Tho aaitol Kuards arc ready I stood ono day at WUUnmsport and tomplos i they bond over tho battlo winter Â¬ An Idea of the lowiiMa of To guide mo to our homo CnCllCN was uiruiigi u uiiuuni iu muni saw on tho opposite sldoof tho Potomao monts thoy fill all tho heights and the temperature may bo gained by the tion and tlio largo Congregational tho forces coming down tVhcn Christ our Lord shall gathor depths nml lengths and breadths of fact that notwithstanding tho boat In regiment after Qliurcli in the itneunoy uistnot could regiment Alt his redeemed muln Ilenvon with tholr hosannas and brigade after brigade tide thu hut those seldom mult till the His Kingdom to Inherit JSrthold half tho pooplo who tried to It seomod as though thoro When people woro taken Into tho return of spring was no end Good ntxhl until then tnougn u wiw on iuonuay to tho frttituo it Tomplo of Diana It was auoh a brilliant procession Hut now lot mo Now among thoso natives who ha My subject advances and tolls you of room JTCHlng that Dr Talmago preached tho Hold glim of St John and looktako that thoy woro always put on nothing to soil and In thoso not very off tho symbols thoy carry If my text ro Onlsido London tho eagerness upon tho hosts tholr guard Somo people had lost tholr huts political exiles aro us intense jijhcar him has boon quiteNottingham upon thousands of Heaven thousands had represented tho good In Heaven as sight by just looking on tho brilliancy warm circumstances which makeliving ton thousand times ten tholr under Manchester Liverpool that would of that room and so tho janitor when thousand ono hundred and forty and carrying cypress branches my have meant sorrow If text hud ho brought a stranger to tho door and existence harder than that of a nativea Fcrowoand Ilnnloy 110 churoh could be four thousand and thousands of thou for example Nrodno Kolymsk AitMnd large enough to necommoduto tho sands until I put down tho field glass represented tho good In Heaven as car- lot him In would always charge him In place which Is hundreds of mlloa furth iudkmccs and Dr Talmago prenched and say I can not estimate It a great rying night shade that would havo Tako hood of your eyes north than the town of Yakbutsk 5 meant sin Hut it is a palm branch in tho halls In which tho great po multitude that no man can number Oh When 1 think of tho song that uro held and thoy carry and that Is victory When goes up around tho throno of God so thoro woro In all only sixty houses i4Hticl conventions You which two Uncapacity of these was tested to the torture may tax your Imagination and tho people camo homo from war in jubilant many volcod multitudinous In somo of with tholr families of natives dogs and cattle your Ingenuity and break down olden times tho conqueror rodo at tho 1 together ho has fftitmoAt Since his arrival Tako hood of your worn already crowded Svhon about fool liko saying your powers of calculation in attempt- Â¬ head of his troops and thoro woro triTho reached seven times each week oars It Is so loud a song It is so worn sont politicals ing to iitrmon selected for publication this leased express tho multitudes of tho re Â¬ umphal arches and tho people would blessed an unthem Thoy slug a rook twenty llvo was qulto an Invasion from earth and the enranturcdof como out with branches of tho palm thoro This ffafcek i from tho text Row vil l 10 song saying Who Is ho that sheltered and ono can easily understand the Heaven and talk of hundred of hun After thiH I beheld and lo a great dreds of hundreds of thousands of tree and wave them all along tho host us in tho wilderness and shadowed us anxieties and miseries caused by tho And tho chorus scarcity of dwellings imagine now multitude which no man could num- Â¬ thousands of thousands of millions of What a significant typo this of tho in a weary landV Christ tho shadow of a rook thoso ber of all nations and kindreds and millions of millions until your head greeting and of tho joy of tho redeemed comes In inalo and fomulo students in Heaven On earth they were con Â¬ people and tongues stood before tho aches and your a weary young different universities of heart faints and ox demned and were put out of polite cir- In Thoy singland song saying Who a star throne and before the Lamb clothed limited and overburdened you exclaim doctors and professional nurses cles They had Infamous hands strike us through tho thick with white robes and palms In their 1 can not literary men count them a great multi- Â¬ them on both checks Internal splto ls ho that guldoth all other lights wont technical engineers and cried with a loud voice TiiiiuIh night and when and even school boys of sixteen to sev Â¬ tude that no man can number spat In tholr faces Their back aohoil out arose In tho sky tho morning star snying Salvation to our God which slt enteen on a frosty day barehanded Hut my subject advances and tolls with sorrow and unto the pouring light on tho souls darkness tcth upon tho throne patching up tholr huts with clay ami you of tholr antecedents of all nations Their brow reeled with unnllovlatod And the chorus will como In Christ inlnb snow or cutting Ice blocks two hun Â¬ and kindreds and tongues Some of toll How weary they were Some- Â¬ tho morning star shining on tho souls dred pounds In weight each for tholr It is impossible to come In contact them spoke Scotch Irish German tho mid- Â¬ darkness They will slug a llowor windows or fingering In ioywator with anything grand or beautiful in English Italian Spanish Tamil Choc Â¬ times they broke the heart of night In the midst of tholr anguish song saying Who la ho that bright Â¬ art nature or religion without being taw llurmese men lcen Hut hark now to ened all our way and breathed sweet Â¬ In summer when a groat deal of other elevated We go into the long In tho land After oan have their crying out O God profited and you tell by ho shout of the delivered captives as ness upon our soul and bloomed work Is done they aro obliged to carry art gallery and our soul meets the soul accentuation from what nationality everything on their shoulders as thoy lift tholr arms from the shackles through frost and tempest and tho Sredno Kolynisk does not possess oven of the painter and we hear tho hum of they came and 1 suppose that In tho Thoy ohorus will como In and they cry out Free free Christ tho Illy his forests and tho clash of his conflicts Again consider tho blossoming of the sky great throng around the throne It will look back upon all tho trials through of tho valley blooming through frost a wheelbarrow A native oan easily llvo qml see the cloud food question not bo dllltcult to tell from what part of which thoy have passed tho battles and tempest anrf the foam blossoming of the ocean on putrid llsh for months but a Ku tho earth they came thoy have fought tho burdens thoy Thoy slug a water song saying ropean needs bread and somo variety In and wo come out from tho gallery bet- Â¬ These reaped Sicilian wheat fields carried the misrepresentations they Who Is 1h that gleamed to us from tho Â¬ ter men than when wo went in We go and those picked cotton from the pods suffered and because thoy are delivered frowning crag and lightened tho dark Â¬ food Now lot inu quote a Jotter reinto tho concert of music and are lifted ago from ono of tho ceived somu time before for days after our These under blistering skios gathered from all these tlioy stand como to God est ravlno of troublo and brought cool- Â¬ political exiles In Srcdnc Kolymsk Ho into enchantment tho ing to tho temples ami refreshment to tamarinds and yams Those crossed waving their palms They od sreins to rock with a very tumult the desert on camels and those feet of Christ and they look up Into thus describes his dully menu during of joy as the sfri after a long stress of glanced over tho snow drawn by His face and they remember HI tho Up and was a fountain in tho midst two months And then tho mother rolls and rooks ami surges a Siberian dogs and these milked tho sorrows and they remember Ills of the wilderness During March and April our food Christ tho foun- Â¬ consisted exclusively of rations of bad cliorus will como in to its great while before It comes back goats far up on the Swiss crags These pain and they remember His groans tain in tho midst of tho wilderness ordinary calm meat Tho meat was boiled in water was saved by fought the walrus and white bear In re and they say Why My friends will you Join that an Â¬ anil taken without any vegetables On tho same principle It Is profitable Ho Ho pardoned my sins gions of everlasting snow and those that Christ Shall wo make rehearsal this sauce or anything else to make It eat Â¬ them to think of Heaven and look off upon and standing morning heard tho song of llery wlngcd birds In soothed my sorrows f wo can not slug that song that landscape of joy and light which African thickets They were white there they shall bo exultant waving able Tho microscopic slice of bad ryo on earth wo will not bo able to sing It bread given per man only awoke an in Â¬ gladness St John depicts the rivers of They wore red tholr palms were black Can It bo that our good lu Heavon the trees of life tho thrones of power They for From all That hand onco hold tho implement friends In that land will walk all supportable longing would more After They were copper color the coinminglings of everlasting love be dinner In were of toil or wielded tho sword of war ImV through that great throng of which I having oaton such a They lands from all ages 1 wish this morning that 1 could bring common dining room everyone of Austrian dungeons They now It plucks down branches from tho speak looking for us and not iludlng our Heaven from tho list of in tangles and plunged into small piece of tho samu passed lli rough Spanish inquisitions tree of life as they stand before tho us Will thoy como dowuto tho gato us took homo a In Tiutko It seem to you ius it really is tho a little rag and an Â¬ incut wrapped ho in London Tower throno waving their palms Onco and ask If wo have passed through and other microscopic slice of broad That in all history the depot of all They were confined great fact They fought with beasts in the amphi- Â¬ was a pilgrim on earth ho crunched not find us reported as having come ages the parlor of Gods universe Thoy woro Moravians They the hard crusts ho walked tho weary Will they look through tho folios of was for supper and for breakfast next woro awfully This account in my text gives a pict- Â¬ theater Waldenses They were Albigonses way but It Is all gone now tho sin eternal light and find our names un morning Hut as we ure of Heaven as It is on a holiday were were Scotch Covenantors hungry the meat and bread wrrfl oalou They gone tho weariness gone tho sickness recorded is an tins a roproouunum 2oiv if a man camo to Now York for Thoy As Christ of bind we shall never sco of a song up Immediately after reaching homo gone tho sorrow gone wore Sandwich Islanders a the first time on the dav that Kossuth and then wo hud for our solo food or In this world men prufor different stands up before the great army of the wo shall never sing arrived from Hungary and lie saw the rather drink In tho ovonlng and next The United saved and recounts his victories it will of government arches lifted and tho flowers thing in kinds morning the detestable cake tea with- Â¬ POLITICS IN GflEECE The Hritish bo liko the rocking and tossing of a tho guns States want a republic constitutional to the streets and ho heard forest in a tempest as all the redeemed IlorottlMl IurtliN Thorn May llo Nill To lo out anything else In llll our stomachs Â¬ needs to boa Contemporary Rebooming he would have been very fool- Â¬ government l Volkhovsky rise up host beyond ho t rank beyond Austria wants absolutism monarchy In tho Soap ish to suppose that that was the ordiview thoy come up from earth rank waving waving their palms I do not think there Is any other nary appearance of tho city While Hut when My Mibjeet makes another advance Â¬ country whore political frollng Ixith LENGTH OF THE YEAR from different nationalities they will Heaven is always grand and always prefer one great monarchy King lesus ment and speaks of tho song they sing kwnl and central runs so high as in beautiful I think my text speaks of a Dr Dick in a very learned work says Greece This warmth of political pas- Â¬ It Wh Formerly a Mltlo lrulir Than ut ruler over it And If that monarchy rremwil gala day in Heaven that among other things in Heaven ho sion Is still moro Intensified by tho fact aim it in- nuininvw It Is a time of great celebration per wore uisoauueu of Ileavoii who should thinks they will glvo a great deal of The Egyptians wore the first pooplo hosts that in the choice of all candidates In Imps of the birth or the rosurmtlon of to all the What Is fix the length of tho year rule then by the unanimous suffrages time to thesludyof arithmetic and Itho this representative government the to Jesus perhaps of tho down fall of some known as tho Roman year was Intro Â¬ do family would be Â¬ higher branches of mathematics redeemed Christ and its relations of kinship form duced by Romulus 7I0 H C and was despotism perhaps because of the rush- of all the president of tho whole uni- not believe it It would upset my Idea come the tho essential guide And when It Is corrected by Ntiuui 71M H C ami again I know not ing In of tho millennium verse Magna Chartas Hills of Rights of Heaven If I thoughtso never liked borne In mind that nearly all tho olllees by Ciosar fixed Avhat but it does scorn to me in reading lf H Hurgesses muinvinuos mathomaties and would rather tako kx al and central down to tho postmen the Julius Cinsur IM days and 0 hours Hills passage an If it were a holiday in Hoires of solar year at In tho the representation of my text which and tho Mtciutunts at museums depend nothing Congresses parliament Heaven This was known as tho Julian style w after this I boheld and lo a presence of Christs sceptor swaying describe the occupation of Heaven iw the success of each party and that Hut tho calendar f Julius was defective freat multitude which no man could over all the people who have entered being joyful salmony Thoy vrlod with uion will at onco run to their In tho this particular Tho real solar year number of all nations and kindreds our own family upon that gn at glory Oh can you a loud voice saying salvation unto member of parliament to help consists of iiilfi days ft hours and ll min- Â¬ utul people and tongues stood before commingGixl In this world we have smnilur them lu releasing ono of their kinsmen What a strnngv Imagine it songs utes This inado a difference of eleven the throne and before the Lamb cloth who lvas been convicted of a urimo It minutes between true solar time and ling of tastes of histories of nationali- songs nursery songs boatmens d In white robes and palms in tholr of all nations and kindreds and harvest songs sentimental songsi but will bo understood how lu a small solar time according to avoir At tho hands and cried with a loud voice say--lu- g ties in lleaveu we will have tasto for only community where thoro aro no indus- Â¬ and tongues ho Salvation to our God which sittoth people song and that will bo tho song of tries but pnvarlons agriculture and tlmo of Pope Gregory XIII Mv subject advances and tells you of one In that differ Lamb ir7J Mon Mm throne and unto the salvation from an eternal dcth to uu linking tho political differences por became jmpo tho dress of those In Heaven Tho ob I shall speak to you of tho glorified in eternal Ilea von through tuo ulood of iuomIo every nook and orunny of dally once of but eleven minutes each world is not oniv year had grown to an error of Heaven their number their anteced ject of dross in this to adorn lu The the lamh that was slain life to veil tho body but ton whole days To obviate this error I see a m ul coining up to join the r ents their dress their symbols and TIiIh fact the foreigner who would ex Â¬ up tho spring morning Gregory ordaJnod in Kso that that their song Rut how shall I begin by God who dresses As It goes through doomed In Heaven of sky around the cavate In Greece must always boar In telling you of tho numbers of those in with the blue ribbon of dew drops hung tho gates the old friends of tlmt spirit mtniL In dealing with It ho must from year should consist of but ilUN days tills and ear rings Heaven I have noon a curious estimate brow Wluit shall tho very outset manifest kindness fair change was called tho change from tho onto around It and say and mantle of crimby an ingenious man who calculates from tree branch And tho nowly arrlvod soul ness nml firmness and ho must succeed Julian to tho Gregorian system of reck wo sing Urn shoulder and liow lonir tho world was going to last son cloud Hung over And after lu impressing those three qualities upon oning tlmo However all the world Slug salvation slippers ot the grass ror says in ouch the violeted and how many people there are an earthly despotism falls and tho pooplo with whom ho ls dealing so with tho exception of Italy and a few I know that God docs not awhile reckoned countries up the whole her foot Kneratlon and then sums Well a sceptor of Iniquity is snapped and that thoy at onco fool ami aro drawn Inconsiderable beautiful npparol matter and says ho think there will be despise tho wo wear in Heaven are built whom onco thoro out by tho kindness gain nbsoluto faith tlmo by the old Julian stylo for moro I saw churches than a hundred years after Gregory mosques and angel in tho twenty seven millions of souls In glory what shall fairness and learn to depend had announced thu uhango multitude clothed lu white woro tosuiMM stltlous us sing In h great I situ 1 have no And tho upon tho firmness angel Let faith in his estimate In this world wo cry U Ls white Kngland tho Gregorian system was not And wo sing of the robi Is What shall Tb take tho plain nnnounciHuent Tho excavation of a sister institution have on working ap uiMWor Lot us slug Nova- Â¬ lu Greece have on sovoral occasions recognized until 17VJ at which tlmo an Â¬ text Win it groat multitude which no uadsomot lines to lustrous garments another voice uiys parol Hrlght and And after a while all tbo boon retarded ami almost completely other whole day of error had boon niimoau number of plnou swel- tion Â¬ In tho year last mentioned wo would be ridiculously out Kvory few years in this country mixing paints or churches on earth rush into thu out suspended owing to tho charge of added Kngland and her dependencies above it tering amid forges or binding books spread arms of tho church of Heaven tnkonconsuHof tho population and brought by thu America Included made the changu uujustlfled ceilings or aro asoondlng tMurss very cjisy to toll how many pooplo nlnstoriug have tho work Â¬ and while tho righteous and all things local authorities against tho excavators September Jf of that year being reck- Â¬ wo must there aro In a city or in a nation but In this world and tho world is burning ing dav apparel sometimes and wo euro aro being wound up tho question will that in tint choice of tholr workmen oned as the fourteenth Russia Is the Vho shall giro tho comma of tho great Is appropriate been partial to thatonoof tho only country of any importance that Ls And thoy lmvo easy to nut how coarso It toll It earth Is past be asked shall wo sing Nation of the saved What It Is quite of two political parties which was not toll how many pooplo thcro aro in dif- but when all tho more drudgery and no there will bo a voice like tho voice of thou In power To mend matters thoy stlli adheres to the old stylo system and thcro Is no many waters like tho voice of mighty made a further mistake in agreeing to Chicago Herald ferent denominations of Christians more weariness we shall stand before thuiulerlngs that will respond Sing ow nuiny itnptlsts and Methodists and sco that half tho workmen woro chosen Cniiiputiy to Tm Ow throno robed In white lpiscopiluns and Presbyterians of all salvation by a representative of ono party and Little Roy Mumina may I Invlta On earth wo sometimes had to wear tho denominations of Christians wo In this world wo have plaintive songs half by a delegate from the other which apparel black scarf for t m Jack an Joe an Jim to stay to supper songs tremulous with sorrow songs of course led to further quarrels uld make an estimate Suppose thoy mourning Mamma Horrorsl We huvont a arm bUtok veil for the face black dirgoful for tho dead but lu lioavon Were gathered In ono grout autllonco Charles Wnldstoln in Century tho hands black band for the thing for supper but somu scraps loft doves for thoro will bo no sighing of winds no Hitiiu Tit rMinni Joom how overwhelming tho speotaolel great liiit Aoranam for Hebocca Haehe walling of anguish no weeping sym- Â¬ What do you women over from dinner It would glvo no Idea of the For Onco mourning Little Hoy Ycsiu thats wot I no-Â¬ bo halle- Â¬ talk about at your Dorcas meetings Isaac luiHencM rimin of lloavon tho multi David phony Tho tamest song will her children ticed tude that bow down and that lift up mourning lujah tho dullest tuno a triumphal About all asked Scadda Mamma Then why do you wnnt tournlng for Absalom Mary mourning march Joy among tho cherubim Joy anyhow I fancy put In Skidds And tholr hosannas Why they como from tho time of ovory Kvorv second them to stay - i fo 1 seraphim Joy among tho thoil Mrs Scadds refused to say a word tho chapels from all tho cathedrals every hour of every day a among tho Joy forever Little Hoy Why you sco I can go -- N Y Herald 3rom all boots from all ages they who mlutoof ransomed homo with thorn after supper an1 Tho earth from inoto On earth tho inuslo in churches is Prayed in splendid liturgy ami those heartbreaks polo to poo u they didnt one and from A smart man Is ono who gets rid of theyll toll their mother because thoro is no Interest who In broken sentences uttered tho often sepulchral rent and tho earth oan in it ioorbooauso thoro Is no harmony worry whonovor It Is possible A smart have much to oat an then bIioH glva or wish of broken hearts from Grace em a lot of nice cakes an things aa to bloom and blossom diurch and Bailors bethel from under c as y afford rich with molderlng life Some would not sing some could not man Is ono who refuses to worry over Ill got some too Good News the shapeless rafters and from under whoilt Is mi I ut when sing some sang too high some sang too trifles that aro natural to life but saves graves graves ivosl by fits and starts but Ills energy for moro Important affairs b sprung arch Many Mkt llor a groat multitude lmvo all paused low some hang those bereavements tlmt no man oan number in tho groat nudleneo of tho redeemed Sisters Admirer Your sister U pas graves to dig aro no moro At tho Concert Mrs Cumso That sionately fond of music Isnt she Ono of tho most impressive things I nml thoro and no on high all voices will bo accordant ul no moro ttotllns to make pull off and tho man who on earth could not Is classic muslo thoy aro playing now nvo looked upon Is an army when slid Stand Little Hrothcr Y-f oro sorrow to suffer wo shallIn white toll a plantation melody from tho Dead Isnt it Cumso I guosa not I like IL makes It herself Good News pon n hlllsldo you mu 10000 or Detroit Free Press u o rnlng and bo robed Murch In Saul will lift un anthem that fOOOU men pass along You can hardly Leo a aoul Going right up from all this nagluo tho impression if you lmvo not 1 actually folt It fc holiday 2C Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ 1 - I 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jt w iimii -- -s K t Hazel Gjreen SPENCER COOPER Herald - Editor HAZEL GREEN KY Friday Aug li 1802 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President GROVER CLEVELAND Or Now York For Vice President ADLAI E STEVENSON or Illinois JUDICIAL TICKET For Circuit Judge D K ED WINE Of Hreathitt County COUNTY TICKET Circuit Clerk For JONAS P VANS A NT For Sherill GEORGE W DRAKE KOU CONOUKM Wo nrc authorised to luiiiouucc MAKCUS C L18LK of Clark county as a candidate forOongres in tlieTonth Kentucky district subject to the notion of the Democratic jnrty C HOWLK3 Whereas the people of Kentucky have been unjustly taxed to pay the member of the Ocncral Assembly and other otlicials of this Commonwealth thousamN of dollars SUYKKVlltK K Y July 15 189- for services never pertormed by them they To the Democrats of thu 10th Congres On the tlrst da of this sional District choosing to use the peoples time in attend month I announced myself a candidate for ing to their individual business therefore Congress subject to the action of the Dem He it enacted by the General Assembly I ocracy of this district Thin was before know of the candidacy of cither Mr Ken and the Commonwealth of Kentucky datl or Mr Howies I am still a candidate That no official of this State shall NO WORK NO PAY subject to the action of mv partv WASHINGTON LETTER receive any pay while absent from their 1 DSUMKTT Two llllls With thw Object or Hcform In post of duty for any other reason than the T4rKlcction November S 18S Which Washington August 12 tnjrlng Salwrlrs Mot nrnrt sickness of himself or some of his own famThe following bill has been introduced ily party will control the next House of Tins week wo hoist tho name of Hon Representatives If you can correctly in thu Senate by Mr Jones read tho first I J This act shall take elfeet l0 days D B Rcdwino at the head of our col- answer this conundrum you can come time and ordered printed viz after the adjournment of the present Jen umns aa tho Democratic nomineo for very near to naming the next President An Act to prevent officer in this em Aseiublv Judge of tho Twenty third Circuit Court as in a majority of National elections Commonwealth from receiving pay for district composed of tho counties of tlte party that elected tho President also services not rendered Bo it enacted by the General Assembly Magofiin and elected a majority of the House but Breathitt Estill Wolfe Ho was nominated in regular there have been exceptions to this rule of the Commonwealth of Kentucky g 1 convention at Beattyvillo on Friday the and there probably will bo again The That it shall be unlawful for BETWEEN 12th inat and therefore carries the offi- Â¬ politicians are doing some close figuring any public officer to receive a salary for cial endorsement of tho party Mr on the next House and while neither services not rendered and any officer Hazel Green Rcdwino is 8ft years of age and has been Republicans nor Democrats are disposed whose duty it may be to pay a salary a practicing lawyer for twelve years ten at this time to make public the result who shall knowingly pay or certify a ullack leaves Kothwcll every morning of which ho has lived in Breathitt coun- they will most of them acknowledge salary for services not rendered shall be Sunday excepted nt S0 and arrives at ty Ho was County Attorney of Brea- that the Peoples party may elect enough guilty of a misdemeanor and upon con- tlazcl lirccn at U 1 M Icnvcn Hazel Sunday excepted thitt from 1880 to 1839 at which time Representatives to hold the balance of viction in any court of competent juris- t Jreen every morning Kotliwell at -- MO I Mat oclock arriving at ho resigned to make the raco for Repre- power and the handful of Peoples party diction shall be fined in any sum not and connecting with the K S A train for Ml Sterling There the K A S A con sentative from tho district composed of members of the present House express exceeding double the amount so paid nects with train for Lexington Frankfort g 2 Breathitt Magoffin and Morgan Ho themselves as being confident of holding This act shall apply in ail cases and Louisville so parties can tret to the was elected and made tho district a tho balance of power in the next House where any judge or other officer fails or above places the same day they leave Hazel good member introducing among other notwithstanding their failure to raise refuses to perform any duty devolving Green thing a bill to establish a Stato Normal the money to maintain a Congressional on him and whore it is necessary to ap Â¬ school at Jackson in which ho would campaign committee point or elect some ono to act itt his Ladies nud children traveling without 1 was present at a very interesting prihave been successful but for the absence stead or to perform duties which should escort will he kindly eared tor We have of two Eastern Kentucky members when vate conversation on this subject between have been performed by said o fit cor it is old experienced drivers Yours resnectfiillv tho bill was put upon its passage He two members of the present House ono made the duty of tho parties whoso duty TAIIOH A HkIUSK jntrtf also fathered tho bill creating our Com a Democrat and the other a Republican is to elect or appoint such substitute it Kentucky Training School mon Picas Court which has done much and they both thought that if tho Peo to certify the fact to the officer whose Mt Sterling Ky to clear tho docket of long standing equi ples party could carry as many as forty duty It may be to pay said salary and ty causes in many of our mountain Congressional districts this year they there shall be deducted from tho salary counties Twice ho has been elected would control the organization of the of such officer the amount of his entire Special Judge of tho Breathitt Circuit next House but they disagreed as to salary as tho time which lie failed or Court and during the two terms dis whether it was possible for that party to refused to perform his duty bears to his A practical homtllke Military school with colleg posed of nearly GOO cases which shows carry so many districts the Republicans entire time In case of a dispute the latacaurio Number limited rooms lull last year him to bo well fitted to push the business inclining to the belief that it might carry matter shall be referred to the Attorney Apply early Major C W FOWLER Superintendent of tho courts Ho is a strictly temper about thirty districts in the south and General who shall decide tho matter ate and moral man in every sense and if the Democrat asserting that it could not subject to an appeal in the Franklin P1ILL elected ho will bring dignity to the bench carry one fourth as many in that section Circuit court or thu Circuit court in tho Is run ni and in no instance soil tho ermiuo of his and that its only hope was in the north Â¬ county in which tho otlicer claiming tho work at in constantly and doiii- thu best ot the lowest prices position with a personal sin or act of west Both of the old party Congres salary may reside Special accommodations for customers inebriety Mr Rodwiuo represents tho sional committees are well supplied with g 8 I shall be the duty of the clerks from a distance Without detriment to our liouie traile Democratic party in this race ami not money and it is certain lots of it will In the House of Representatives and the withstanding tho fact that he was not bo used to prevent the Peoples party Senate to call the roll each day and If No Bids Offered for Bad Bolls fllfit- - j llill t ff till the individual choice of some it is nev Â¬ holding tho balance of power in the itv lmilil1ai We do not make them and have no demand ertheless tho duty of all Democrats to next House tteuerai Assemniy anaii tan to aueno for tUM j r trade support him as the standard bearer of Mrs Harrisons continued illness is for one or more days the session of that THE MAYTOWN MILL CO tho party And Democrats should bear making her friends very uneasy and the branch of the General Assembly to which in mind tho fact that victory can only truth about her condition which has lie belongs the clerks of tho said I looses W W MANKKK Manager jet7tf bo achieved by tho vote of every avalla been so long withheld from the public shall certify to the Auditor of Public man in the party Now for the fight Is at last becoming known Every one Accounts the number of days said mem- COM HS HOUSE CAMPTON KY knew that she was suffering from nervous ber otlicer or employe failed to attend Thk two bills reproduced on this page prostration when she left Washington tho sessions of their repeetive Houses as S S COM US Pnoiutiriou of our papor will show tho careful reader and it is now said that she has for sev Â¬ herein provided and the Auditor shall that Tim Ukralu has recently been eral years known that she had a cancer upon receipt of such certificate deduct The patronage of the traveling public is doing somo good work for the tax payers in her stomach and that it was because from the salary of such otlicer the per respectfully solicited Table the best and every attention to the comfort of guets of tho State Just after our editorial of the information stating that this can- Â¬ diem allowed such otlicer for the number IOCUHAUr appealing for retrenchment appearedaud cer had reached a dangerous point in its of days absent unless absent ly order of TV as soon as a few copies of tlte paper reach growth that President Harrison was so mill oraucii oi wie viencrai isscuiiny in cd tho Stato Senate Mr Jones intro anxious to get to her The cancerous which he belongs and that he is absent duced his bill and every tax payer in tho trouble is said to have been Inherited by on duty for tho Commonwealth Stato should now unito in a volition to Mrs Harrison No deduction shall be made from General Assembly praying its speedy KKL KY thd Tho Americans who havo for some tho salary of any otlicer whoso failure to passage In addition to tho efforts of years been scheming to get certain con Â¬ perform the duties of his otlico was iQTAMPEU McGUlUE Mr Jones Tin 1Ikkaiii has also an able cessions to establish banks build rail- Â¬ caused by sickness of himself or any w Atiounkvs-at-L- a ally In N Unbbs of Eastwood Shelby roads etc from tho Chinese government member of his immediate family CAMPTON KY g 5 county who will bo glad to receive com are credited with having had sufficient There being many otlleers who Will practice muHetious from all citizens of tho Com Iniluonco with that government to get it are drawing pay for services not render- ivCWll mil tlin the courts f A 11 STAMlHR illntlln M It XlVlllllIU mohwdmHIi who arc interested in saving to decline receiving ex Sonator Blair as cd an emergency is hereby declared counties All loudness entrusted toour care for tvm bankruptcy by paying salaries United States minister but if it be true and this act shall take effect and be in will receive prompt attention Â¬ Â¬ Wo are authorised to announce Hon O of Pike county an a candidate for Congress in the Tenth Kentucky district suhieot to action of thu Detuoeratiu party Â¬ Chinese to a ltd of blood suckers tlutl noVer cam as stated here that the preset it lipOIMMl lite minister to the United Slates Is to Ik re- TlIK llKKAIili ll thoill in- mifl the iKoplo should miw lend us called because of his having ucd his tight Hy n united ollort wo lluence to help the aforesaid American n helping IiiiihI schemers it is plain that the schemers can win have lost their puir mi his celestial 141 rattle highness the Emoror of China or on Down in Greenup county snakes wero kllleil in the yard of one the fellow whodoe- - the Emperor s think man and 108 black racer at tin home ing for him of another man Jewhixt What kind As usual after every session of Con do they Imbibe down thorp gress errors are coming to light and one of con Juice that they can see so many snakes in such of them will cause a good miuiv postu short time masters who want their monev order u counts settled to sav umoniplinenturv Democratic platform is large things of Congress and Its method of Tin enough and strong enough to hold all doing business In tho Sixth Auditors If you arc office where posmnsters accounts are who desire a place upon it not now on it you had better secure seats audited are several million paid money at once or you may get hist in the mists orders which have accumulated because and milage the Peoples party will Weaver of the inability of the present force of round your political Field clerks to assort them as they come in and the auditor asked for an appropriaTnr letter of Senator John G Carlisle tion of to enable him to employ which is published on the first page of twenty clerks for six months to assort this paper should convince all the free and check these orders It being a nec coinage fanatics of this error of their essary appropriation there was no oppo ways and cause them to llee the iniqui- sition and the post oflicc otlicials were ties that a lot of bulliouists and broken told that it would lie incorporated in the down political hacks are trying to impose sundry civil bill but it wasnt and now upon them there are a lot of mad people Whether the item was never passed or was acci David 11 Hill announce that he dentally left out of the enrolled bill after will take the stump for the Democratic being passed is not known National ticket and make several speech Â¬ There is trembling in the big Govern es opening the campaign with one at ment printing otlico and it is not caused Tammany Hall lato in the month of by the danger of tho old building which September where he will again address tho employes have in a measure become tlte Democracy in the latter part of Oct accustomed to but by tlte knowledge ober after he has made a vigorous can that the big discharge which always vass of the interior of the State The comes shortly after Congress adjourns bare fact that Mr Hill will actively may strike tho shop any day outer tho political arena of New York The Secretary of State is pleased with assures the Stato to tho Democrats and the intimation that Canada will revoke at the same time causes the feather of tho discrimination against American the Republican rooster to fall Repub Â¬ vessels and says that he anticipated such licans who hoped the Democratic dissen action from the first and never belioved sions would give them victory in Now that it would be necessary for the Prosl York this fall now that tho wounds are dent to exercise the authority conferred all healed find their only comfort in upon him by tho recent retaliation act damning David with much vehemence of Congress for having wrought the change -Â¬ force ipon its approval by the Governor T un K Kvarwooi T011 Atlgust 0 18H2 mail you a true copy in a oiu Known as tne iioiuis mil which is now pending in the Lower House of the General Assembly and has licon for six mouths The reason have with this communication 5s wcauao I have learned from rending an extract from Tin in the Frank I Dar SirEnclosed IIaiiOuiin Hkiiami Aw FREDJHEIHTr V SUflactone diwiltr nana 135 E MAIN STREET Jl l 1 K I frt Ultal vh Itll M wloh lliuli -- voU uWwt that i Custsm Hmitt Stuart LEXINGTON KY r00 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w mxM provisions of are identical with the bill of WATCHES which I send you a copy am very glad the Press of tho State is becoming interested in a reform that is much CLOCKS needed Tho Press of the State could by a united elfort very soon accomplish tiMJH all you suggest and thus save the ta payers of the State thousands of dollars AND in me imurc it seems tome that no thing could lie more unjust than for the Optical Goods people to be taxed to pay the s for services never performed by them they choosing to use the peoples time in attending to matters in which their con stituents have no interest whatever Tho question is shall they continue to be thus robbed in tho future Mr Editor I will not intrude My object for this intrusion was to ask you to insert the contents of the bill I send you in Tin MT STEULING KY Hiuvti I hope you will comply with o my request and please send me a copy HBConsiameuts of produce of Tin Hkkaio to Eastwood with a patronage of Mountain Merchants and lh rennet good endorsement of tho Hobbs bill fully solicited jeUly with a request that it lie copied in all papers friendly to the reform Yours truly N Ho nits 1 DIAMONDS Solid Sillier JwTLHY office-holder- Â¬ Trimble Bros WHOLESALE winchesteTbank WINCH lTKU KY N thk miu II WmiKHSPOOX H D President HUXTKit Caahltr Paid up Cnpitnl 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Itank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business rum generally throughout Kastem Kentucky and oilers its customers every facility mill the most liberal terms within the liniits of legitimate bunking octl8lv Â¬ Â¬ Traders Deposit MT STEULING Bank i0000 Â¬ KY I Capital J M 200000 Suiumus Ie DAILY m m O L LINE lllfiSTAFF President KIHKIATIUCK Vice President W W THOMSON Cujhir Â¬ fioiiiwell We respectfully solicit the business of merchants limners traders and business mra generally throughout Kastern Kentucky A live us t general banking business done chance to scud von a bank book iny your cheeks and loan vou monev when in iiffJ W W Thompson Cash Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ u s 74 K Main straderTsoI J A Â¬ Successors to Ln A Co KY Â¬ Stukkt LKXINGTON Â¬ Wholesale Dealers In Straight Kentucky Brandies Whiskies c FARE Each Way 2 Winis FINE OLD WHISKY Â¬ A SPECIALTY CIO A KS AND TOBACCO Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Oil Trf and Old Taylor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H rjMlfMci CteL KICV GFEDEB Cut Price House 107 KAOKSTUEOT CINCINNATI OHIO- - Â¬ ffjircowii en rxnKKWKAU SHAWLS HOSl i HnVKS mAMvr l PKNUKItS and all kinN ot nw wares and other goods in Notion Mid Furnishing iooils Line AG rKliKluv Co WO Church Street New ViuSpecIal attention to mail orders II most w QCASTITT T M nrfc Â¬ QClUII Â¬ 111 WORMS VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedli EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED WHITES CREAM Â¬ FOR 20 YEARS ROSE DeBUSKi IMIAITICAI Â¬ DEXTTieT Blacksmiths and n avim WapmaWKY - nuriV - I 1 lllackMiiIthliiK of all kinds oHflJJf j work promptlv dune We make a M of buildlnc 2dmro wuroiin V Krtni fct nil work Ml ulm ii rn Indebted U t UVil tirm or either of us for work and settle and cash orsatlstactoryterii lierri w bemm demanded for all work done iiiiLie sn r t i imii iinuiKiuK you ioi iM Helling a continuance of the UOSK A UbI respectfully votiiP ii - 1 Qj iLhousvilweriptn to Tins I1kuii Ifnii W O oit Willi 113 I limn moit or broml ooru received us Mubcnuteup from Frank- - n lutnorvjiiv f JkKTVloW Mm Taulbco wim culled to Salyoravllle win to Hyp i not expected Mort SwaiiJ win bus boon vi dtimj iLMive uind frioiuH new lor a month W leavea for Frankfort on Saturday J Or lrtokor mm 000111110 our niuruiiiimM rruuuy is a Hutlogtoiiton groceries Mm Oicar Cecil bus our thanks for a IWckot of tlu Iftrgivt and Huest louminca season i have fccn tutullltk llllll indeed the - U U1IV IK IHly uuiiiiv rvriii Owing to tbo burial of Green Lacy on there was no Wednesday altcrnoon riveryoouy iking hero naauverii eu ft town mat count go attended tnu I 111 I J I joUt next Monday anil would like to Ivellaui will bo bom on or kuriKl s Tho vonnK lainos icforrod toon tbo eighth page of our paper is a son of Jttlm Mini Dave who moved county Inst fall Jiuuos brother of Stove from Emery Muiiefee Tho card of Judge Anion Davis repro Co dealers in seating Itcttmiui Hros Cincinnati will bo found in cluthiug this issue of our paper ami the attention of merchants is especially directed to it Mrs Valentino Lieratt was sick Sunday and Monday at tho residence of her son II lieratt of this place but was Wed iiosdity ablo to bo conveyed to her borne on Mack water 1 Dulcina Pioratt wife of the late their permanent homo during the session of the public school at this place of which Mr Thomas i the teacher Mrs Fanny Thomas and little laugh for of St Helens came over last week and we understand they will make this Jack Spicitr and familv of color will Moudav tftHoeuto in some of the Northern States Iowa likely and wherever lie may go be carries with him the cinlorseinent of nil our peopleregardhss uf color as being an uprightiaw abiding leave 5S9MN t rriiBrnm of tho Trno1iir liitlttit ws nuil when the tlmo ctluies to sing It will J TAYLOU DAY The following h the program of the be douglnyvr instead of Salver lonchcrV IiiiUuto to bo hem nt Camp Our singing school closed one night V1I Jill flllt llltila IlfMTIllMllltV Lllll IWIIK Allitnk IIK last week During the school several chnsos from different parts of tbo coun Â¬ eapotno TVl W e try joined us making a class of SO The iimu 8ui bdutivo ntuMc was so sweet that It scorned to bo Wbolojaloaud JktaU Dealer In M when wo all the h plliiUigS foreglcam offorty time four thousand hope Ideal M M to bear the and slug v j iimutiiiiiii uiin the wing of Moses and tbo Lamb tion us a Simlv c Oral mid Written Ciranvil and Daniel Hayes who have Mrs X Ku di COMlHiTloN been out West for some time came in Vlir Teaeh Porter Steele I jHictuiitlon M Us Cora Morton Inst Sunday They expect to return in ords aiuMdloe HAZEL GHEKN KY Swuiiko about a week Daniel will tako his fam- Â¬ hiAMMAH Uolmlvo VducMKs X IMclds ily with him William Oakley who re DiiiKntniH mid Pnraliij I Tnulbeo cently married Miss Dorcas Hayes talks AlUTllMKTie W by Touch It onds Largest Stock and Lowest Prices to bo reached Jo I ilraliniii of going with then and making Illinois their futuic home J II llulsev 7 of any liouso in Eastern Kon-tui-k- y Penult oiuund Hide J II Stamper James Watson and Misses Ada King Operations s jt nrM and Myrtle Watson all of Harrison Live Stock Saw Logs rKNMNSHII AiiiyXoiltiiVM county aro visiting at this place l pidity I WTauluic School Claims and Country Pro Â¬ Itoluliou to Spellim Conipo d HllUtT August 15 duce taken in oxchango for tionund itlicrtittidicsMissM Jame MKNTAt Auitiimktu vsXWMIHil IU- Wliv retain goods or on notes and accounts Mnytowii Ml Mlo It whit Is It lames Williams KOMKAiAY We bad the pleasure of attending tho rMurntlotinl Viijue II 0 Iacv funeral service at Sand field last Sunday Map loneliiiiK S X The by Revs Iockhart Mur- Â¬ llisroiiv Why eonliiied to the Vn llbu phy preaching Kindrick and Wilson was Wright tod States and Kentnekv good the audience was large and the H 0 Creech very best of order Tho good people of How ipiestlon how jjronp fnets Mis Hello Steele tho neighborhood bad spared no pains THK TOPICS OF TI1K DAY I Men are talking about who nhall he tho next Tresl PlIYSloiooY Ohjeet of teaehhn to make the preachers and people com- Â¬ blent TurilV Iteforni te but thu ladles aro talking of the Fine Furniture mid how cheap Miss Sarah Horton fortable in the wav of a good stand and they can buy it from Mow uwimi prepare and reelte plenty of seats well arranged in a beau 1mii Iorter Steele tiful grove At noon when the good Qft VTn UVics Why Intrudiictfil A 0 Hvrd people commenced unloading from their lion- iiiaeh time ought to ho given wagons boxes baskets buckets etc full to eaeh study in the Common iooIs James Williams of good things to cat we were utado to I have Just added to my Mock of General Merchandise the large t and most i hat indies ought tojie stiiekoii wonder if we had come to stay If any complete lino of Furniture ever brought to this country and will make nrlcts out of the ourrieulum and what went away hungry they are themselves in low us can be had at Winchester or Lexington So conic and see goods and added c indium to blame get prices before buying elsewhere U0111N80N Truly yours GK0 Lot the following teachers and all Our school under the supervision of others who have not been assigned a spi Kdgar Kash and his able assistant Miss eial subject make preparation to say Anna Hello Lacy is progressing nicely Mituctbing on some particular study I think Kdgar has but one rule READY that is Misses Dora Horton itella Hiven Lizzie Do Right and be has that rule obeyed Tipton Mairgie Hyrd Scarab lWrd Alice W Me The line trotting man- - of Rose Lou K Ttitt Kllen llvrd Mis 1 iiiire died last week If your horse gets W laulboe V K Kasb Heynolds a leg broken above tho kuce or hock 11C v rJJirWf and lobn JBE Tint Kncb iiiirning session will begin with better kill him at once THE BEST Find enclosed oO cents for Tin Hnin song scripture reading and prayer six mouths to II II Little May I lie topics assigned will appear on the Ain program at theUme indicated in the town syllabus Come prepared to say and do Rev James K Wright and family are 11 Visiting in town something X 1outon Wm H Conn Teacher WlNdlKSS C S S August lr I am 1 lotP oLr ft Xie JV li j rji Gwraifcttfllse A K-- raiteo tepia mi tea Ctn obiwBQ a Â¬ - coPQsp ST -- 1 THPJION 3 1 1 Paint MADE a -- IS Bul7f Hon U I Soltlitt citizen i Charley Sublett the jolly joker was here this week fixing fence in tho inter Â¬ est of his paterfamilias who is a candi date for Congress- - Charley is a good mixer wiri our people aro always glad to He see him under any circumstances Ky Ahgr l th 15DJ in which con voliwas a guest of the Day House tion was a candidate for Circuit Judge Sublett was not in lxSTHetween Campton and W 1 to state that I red morrocco any way connected with or responsible lloVs on Trace Fork a bill book containing one 10 bill and pa for any action of the said delegates at 1 write this that my jvrs of value onlvto the owner A re- Â¬ said convention be paid for its return to friends who so nobly advocated mo in ward of Sowill litis oliici There was aUo a letter ad my candidacy may not be misled by any dressed to Spencer Cooper Hazel lireen rumor piejudicing their minds against Mr Sublett for a thing lie was in no Ky wise responsible for 1 do II H Maupin the genial representa- not write this in the interest of tivoof I 11 Carpenter Co of Cat anv candidate but in justice to Mr lettshurg was a guost of the Dav House SuWu Respect full v tSc two or throe days this week anil during T C Johnson tho time win quite sick with something Aug Kith 1812 like cholera mm bus He managed imt withstanding to sell several good bills Camiton KYAug ISth KSiVl as do all who adverti e in Tin Hruvin Having been a can Km run Hiuaii didate for Commonwealths Attorney be Owing to tbo crowded condition of our fore Nthe Heattyyille Convention ot the col ii in ih this week and they will bo Utb iint and being conversant also found full to overllowing we are coin with the action of the delegates of Ma polled to omit tbo proceedings of both golliu county in that convention I feel tho Heattyville ami Campton conven and know that any censure or blame tions hold Friday and Saturday respectSublett a can leveled at the Hon D ively We hate in do this but it is un didate for Congress for the action nf said avoidable under the circumstances a great uijintice to in cgiitcs would Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Rniron IIazki OunrK Hkuald lloweii HuMOH I feel it a dutv in justice to Dear Sir Plenty of rain Hon I D Sublett who fs a candidate Crops are better than usual for Congre s lest some injustice may be James S Day reporu his school as done him on account of the action the progressing rapidly delegates of Magollin county took in the Albert Skidmore made a trip to Sum Judicial Convention held at Heattyville ioiuratil POWELL COUNTY The Best is the Cheapest lifflpB v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Having completed the trade under one of the best dressmakers in the State am now prepared to do any kind nf work in this line in good style and at ieaoii able prices I have a full outfit for the work I am alo prepared to teach any one dressmaking Your pationugo i repectfulv solicited Mrs V N Day Hazd Ircen Ky Howard Dcltusk teacher nf the Kd was- lint week arr dirtied for tr al on the charge of immoral conduct but we understand that the pio ecution fail d to establish a particle of exidence in support or their clifirue Those who know Howard but exonerate him and II of his friends are delighted that he came out nf the trial with living colors Hliool - him I 1 et make thnstntciucnt not in the inter of anv candidate but in view of r ight and jintice to Mr Sublett J M Kasii Tiuly Ac WOLFE COUNTY ton last week on business Hurnain and Wilder Skidmore made a Hying trip to Stanton on Saturday Aley and Daniel Skidmore paid a liv Â¬ ing visit to relatives and friends at Sage last Saturday Our ellieient Sheriff Jeo M Derrick son was among us last week attending to tmsiness Mr- Alfred Combs and little son Jiiiimie of Cornwell are visiting Thus A Combs of this place We have had some very hot weather but it is a little more pleasant now The nights are decidedly cool Rev J V Miller nreaehed at the Skidmore school house last Sunday and there win a good attendance The school at this place is conducted by F V Tracey and daughter of Stanton A good school is being taught Howen is a small place but there is a large amount of business transacted ac It has three stores cording to its size at present and will have one more to open in about a week Jmt one word Howen is a thriving little place lilWUAXTTi August IT Â¬ Â¬ Patent 1nint but the best Paint that can bo mado by an experiended Practical Painter with tho assistance of the latest improved and powerful machinery It is guaran Â¬ teed to give satisfaction Will cover one half moro space It is not than loud and oil mixed by hand Sent freight paid for rOne reliable dealer wanted in each loO per gallon town Send for color cards etc to Lion Paint and Color Works LEXINGTON KY ttfirSPENOEll COOPER Agent llarel Green Kynft i - A- J Do Business With a Home Institution THE CLAY CITY HflZEL GREEK l BCHIHY NATIONAL BANK CJAYlMTY KY -- Preparatory School NEXT S1CSSI0N HEOINS Ciital FLOYD DAY FUANK II oOXK KPSSKU PIOH Sept SI i 892 President Citshior No Hun In Fnsteru Kentucky luix better vaults nor better Itiellitiex for keeping your MaiiKKod entirely bv homo people aeeoiiut who know you mid who are always ready to aeeominoiliite you WMouey lo loan on reasonable rutes Call on u Gen R -- G- - Dyrenforth HfH llutiue I tiAvn C Cllliuoro M Little preached at this Rev Hro Higstall insisted dace yesterday ic being superintendent of a Sabbath ohool at this place Rev Jame F l ly who bin been af dieted tor o long and given up by the doctors as incurable wo are glad to state is now able to travel about and bid fair to live years longer For the benefit of some of my Texas friends will state that all is well Old man Harper and wife are in common Would be plea ed if some of health our freiuds would let n hear from them through Tin Hkuaid We aro still having trouble in our school district but just how it will terminate no tongue can tell One half of the di trict refine to send their children to school lirmly avering that they will not send to the present teacher Indiam Snnie two or three are sending their children to other districts and payWould to bid that ing their tuition peace and harmony could prevail 1 Jon Dyrenforth is well known us the eieutist who liml eliurge of the towintnont ruin making tests last- - summer in leii Tlte following is what he bus to ay on another and more Important scientific dhoov -- X jrfvB XI I -- Tho news reached here Wednesday tiiat a mob from Ml Sterling went to Winchester Monday night and securing wic Murphv the Miipdliu fratricide who last week killed Arch Steele in the Mt Sterling jail took him back to Mt Sterling ami banged him on tbo railroad bndge After killini Steele Murphy Was spirited avav to tho Winchester Oistile for safe keoping but the action of the authorities availed him nothing for tbo people were deti rmintd that be should meet tbo punishment bis crimes deserved g hud no faith in tho treat us such inent Iersonal experience and observation have however convinced moot its wonder lul and siiblle elleel- - I n eribe the bene- lieial results of the lu triimeut I used and the curative elleen ol he o hoi w h ii observed to the ohtublishmont of a poten tial bv tliermo oleetrio aellou I eonirniluhite your Company upon hav iiiK broad and troiiK proteetiou by Itn put eut uniiii the instrument Yoiiik truly J DYItHNFOItVll U 1 1 Dkau Sin I deem it a duty to inform you ot the remarkuhle our live ellVets e perieueed by mvself tool by others under my view from the u e of your oleetropolse You mav not know- that inn a regular M D ami have been ti prai iieing plnsiiiaii From the eour e of mv ediieotion ami 1 no-elatio- Wasiiisuton DC Itnthrr h Ho WltUout Ilrmul Nov 7 Hkhidkncu ManiuitlUi Mich ltM i JD Â¬ Ktolutlon t tbo homo of a Mr Adams near Zaca riilh itiwl i uliiriui iwiniiiintiiir it iniittress Some Ulblo indents have been puzzled Was at oiipii t lirtmr him to nlwiot the savimr of Nilomou the wise J bomo on Lucv creek where he now man concerning then being nothing new a in an unconscious state Dr Taul under the miii but It is evident that Nil was at once summoned and Inn done onion had no reierence to any luiore ft that II skill suggested to restore him to developments and we aro satistied that oinsciusiKiw but at last accounts there our view Is correct for something aston h no hopo Miingly new hapiKMicd at this place lint f his recoverv Later Since tbo above was in type Saturday Our County Attorney H J people to mo news reaches was in that Mr Lacv died Salver who In all chosen by our in behalf pro eciitions them MHbmuhif past two oclock TuesdaV insist vnmKf evir javing regained iouof the Cominonweami n siepi u tin tio ciotiMiess The deceased leaves a fatnl ami unread hluiwlt iiko Kinunav IV uf ilillU SllulUOII Iiow rt I alilt nivii mui in nil1 nt the ileleiis t Ihein Tin Hrnvin extendH a nrifouud that Our penp e have made a I new matter which puts o un i VwpaUiy keynote of t -1 1 j m-n-- that Jrou Lacy the well ki o vn surveyor had hreu stricken with paralysis The news reached here Saturday even August Â¬ Ifl MORGAN Uvcik Itiuuw COUNTY Webb Cor Fourth and Jefferson Louisville Ky DuBois A itehool uiiHtirpnMied by any other hi Puxtern Keutueky Well NatlNllOi A full ootimo in every departineiit Waitbhs Vkx OoU 11 1WM Teaoher awake to the InterestM of both yaats no inyon hml tho flrt nt- About tok of eniluntlo dlzxliu mui lUiMon lllnnti pupilM and patroiiD Hates of tuition lnwIOO fa lf0 SU0 J M per month iniule TiO eentu por Iomoii 0Olltinry hU oh Brw womo tho nttnek Hoard and lodglne ut the Academy Ilomo hrCAinu uioro lrMiitnit Aiitt novum until ho even Now building new Imit 4 to U utttokH tlftlly After UtkiiiK 3 botllot only il in per week Kuuiilgt Norvo Toulo tho attack i of 1nttor lurnltiire fjood eatahlei 1IKN11V V MUELLK1U uUrly TeaehvrH have charge of all bonnier Scud for catalogue -- A Vulunble llooU n Knroui WM if COIU Principal DUeMiia Mat free to aay aJtrea nd Mor ptUeM cb alio obttla thla iiivUlclne fre of rharx Tlili rinedr tiM lioon preutred br ha Iloverand - zl mucaUP tad uwowpropawdunddruudiMcuomvuia Tho ltov J KoHlie cf above Ilaou wrltH mtttcrtht a until dnnl ami wlioui ver t cow k iiorveu Kiuvok uouilnu on I tnko n loo ot luitor KouiitKrt Norvu Toulo and tw rn llevo1 1 think u artnt ilml of it lUnl would rattier bo v itbout breu1 than without tho Tunlo f fl It al I ced FREE ii KOCNIG MED GO I Ohloago III SolclbrDruffllttfttSliierneUla yv c r UrWei7 II 8 Ilettlaa tor tar 98 ColUe Insliie JACKSON0 OPENS 8E1 T 18112 lil H S s y s oj MAUPIN WITH targe Ilrick llulldlngH New D H CARPENTER lHMiaF BVii iiiiliil t SSttl us H WHOLESALE DHY GOODS NOTIONS HOOTS SHOES Crmn ico CrkCoun All Common Complete Normal Latin e C Tlircctory Seven Teacheru Hoarding Hall a fely CVTIKTT8IIUIIG KY llraiiolicfl KdCatalogucH free Piiop GOFF Jackson Ky 11 5 o t i jT a ii HE OLAUENDON Cur LlniCHtoiiu and Short t A MOS DAVIS Wit Lihkrty -- Ky Lkxinotov Ky LO - - - - - a ij W H 110SWELL PnormrroH Thurc luu been added nil Aunex with fr 111- - I II pirn within twoiuare of depot well viiiitilnted rnnina Htreet Cur the door every flvu laliiuto lieuled BETTHAN BROS C0M of Manufacturers 1W W Pjcari St CINOINNATI Mini ikM Hazel Green Herald flPKNOEU CdOrER PublUhor UAZfiti MIKES A t I I KY MOTHERS GARDEN dear dead years apt ami tender viy Blest In I catch nome iteol ur humorous phrase She smile ami thou nil illauppoars lu iv quick mist of bum lit tear I see her In tlv hr A minute ntul she eomrn mcnlm Ami loiter where ntin loitered of I Upon the Jontr lawns clono ntul soft Tendlmt tho blossoms that might wnno With thirsting for tho summur rain them re Hooting her own lissome llguro in nttltudch that proved Jier not inson hlblo of hor most graceful postures A prairie Rohooner the pondorotw white canvas covered wagon used by emigrants was to figure in the next drawing and tho two mounted their ponies for u ten mile ride to a now set- Â¬ tlors cabin Ho had drawn tho wagon into a llttlo rivvlnc well sheltered by a thlolt growth of cotton woods and there the work be Â¬ gan Tho model mounted the drivers seat and with hair a tangle wleldod with mimic vigor the long leather whip of a plainsman while the artists lingers tlow over his paper at lightning speed So Intent were both on their task that neither saw a white sombrero that showed between two saplings on the bank nor lid they catch the gleam of the angry otvs beneath that looked steadily and fiercely from one to the rial Ho jluttcrcd himself that ho hud correctly fathomed tho thought m tho fUtce df rrsif tunc of tho midsummer number Ho was looking forward with considerable Interest and promise of pleasure to tho hour when he should place his sketches before the editor Ills work in the west was nearly over ami he sat up far Into the night putting delicate touches on the crude sketches and fitting them for Until In- Â¬ spection On this night when hut one mor sketch wns needed he devoted his en- Â¬ tire energies to his work only pausing now and then to lean back In his chair and got a better view of the grow lug representation of prairie life before Â¬ him Yes shes capable of something he spoke out as if addressing some one He if she only had half a chance leaned far back but this time his eyes went beyond the paper and saw a ruddy 1th a laughing girl face crowned wide brimmed hat and long dark curls Hark a horses hurrying hoofssouud on the sod outsid Nearer and nearer they come and Williams startled by the unusual visitation rushes to the door arriving just as his model spring- Â¬ ing from her pony alights at his very feet ho ejaculates What fott here Yes and theyre comin is the ex Â¬ Llko her own children well who know Tho children of her garden reuoh And ministered to nil and ouch Vrom woodbine strlvlmt for tho hlue To homely tn under nnil rue Sho loved the phlox on swaying item The vellow Hllon brief sweet bllssj The delicate khvv clemntln And rviritto Star of Uothlehenti Sho watched ml tended all of them And many n fragrant flower tlmt yet lu fancy 1 can smell again At eve or utter summer ruin The tituclcs m sweet when dewy wet Wlthpniirtles walMlowrmnd mlKiionetto And lavish rones still I eo Iter mid them hoar the names know UiiiioralJacipieiulnot The moss rose Saffronl nml the dear old tree Ton acentod sweet um It could be 1 Hut mid tho mtvny How cm that wore Quo might not thrhe nml still apart The childish longing takes my heart M Would that the Daphne hud lived thoro Since this was ro desired by hor Hut nh what matter now thegrneo Is vanished of her gentle touch ThO beurt thut cuiod fur till so much Tho noble inlcn the loving fwee Huvo passed Into n higher place Tlio Malkn tho lawns the riwtllmr trees Tho mlinle wood for nmny u fern Uxpect iw moro her slow return New names now voices eatih tho broote And nil Is changed nave memories Hut thcHo nro ours until lifes wloii Ulpi down Into tho darkened oale Ami tin bv theno tho dead avail To help un Htlll an still we gtopo Toward their high accomplished hope Kute Carter lu riiainbors Journal other For several minutes the intruder tared on the scene and then the branches of the saplings quietly Intermingled and only the swish of the heavy whip the low whirr of the dis- Â¬ tant ineadow lark and the Indistinct ripple of the stream broke the silence Two days later the model was riding homeward along the blutV by the river side She was thinking of the sordid life spent by the setÂ¬ tlers around her a life of drudgery narrowness and toll Her whole soul revolted against It and yet It must come even now her name was coupled with that of Kinmet Mott and Her ruminations were cut short by a sound of voices In the ravine They aint no use talkln said a speaker whose tones sho recognized as hes got no those of Kinmet Mott business there an Im in favor of glvln him a wnrmin that hell remember tJness he touches Hminet In a tender spot spoke up another and the girl having ridden nearer could distinguish half a dozen or more sturdy farm lads or young men rather sitting on their ponies In a group down In the river valley Â¬ Hoys come horu Its a gull Tenderly tho rough hands lifted tho graceful womanly form and as tho face was revealed and Kmniet reoog nLcd one whom he had hoped to make his sweetheart and wife ho half stag- Â¬ gered Supposln ho whispered boys supposin wed shot The settlers dauifhter was not seri- Â¬ ously Injured by her fall They re- Â¬ placed tho artists hat on her heavy curls and when the crisp night winds had blown on her face a moment she was herself again and mounting her lamed and weary horse led the way toward her home in which direction she had been riding when the fall came Not a word had been spoken The men silently followed their leader who rode beside the girl At last when tho dark contours of tho settlers cabin showed against the blue of the sky Mott turned You can go now were his orders and well finish tho job some other time The girls cool sa roast lo voice fol You can go too lowed his words Â¬ Â¬ NERVOUS 1 EXHAUSTION bivad-and-butt- Â¬ Â¬ No It dont strike me retorted hood Mott but no city dude kin come In I here an make himself a nuisance ef cited answer They who do you moan by they Mott and his gang a doen of them niavbe Well what of It Why theyre cumin here to hurt you to drive you out of the settlement to whip you maybe I heard em talk la about It when I went home an I stole out of the house to warn you Why should they hurt me Not hln only you wear good clothe1 an and her solf couseloiisness would allow her to go no further and tell that she was herself a cause of dissension Hut never mind sho hurried on you must lly and take your pictures My pony Is the best in the neighborIio Â¬ Â¬ Vd If Thets tU talk said another Th chap dont do uothlu but putter around An Artlata Advcmturo on tho with thet gal an Im In favor of run nln hliu out o th settlement Woatorn Pmlrlos The Idea seemed to meet with the ap probation of the entire party and they Original Â¬ II IK slender boy- - began to eagerly discuss time and man ner of proceeding like urtist Wll The listener caught the words tolimns wns hapand rawhidin py Mv was nightright a good then turning her serve pony him and more than hap across the prairie spur rod on at her py overjoyed at receiving a best gait homeward Im owing him any- Â¬ dont know as to commission thing she thought almost audibly hiuiirn so mo but Its too bad to have them rutllans prnlrlo pictures Her tender heart lost none to Illustrate an abuse hliu of Its sensitiveness In thinking of the article in the her pony faster m I il s u tn in e r artist and she hurried Her stde thought was to steal nutuher of the away and warn Williams How hhe fir UlttgatllC could not got The eilitor hud tell through the evening she had gone but at last her parents given him his to bed and she was alone in the llttlo onlerH anil after bedroom built on the side of the cabin n throe days rlile westward he was She felt sure tho niaruuders would not ainlil a country of stretching prairies venture out on their mission until late tod cabins ami slow flowing rivers eleven oclock but Pin iit tl it tin Mikwtmr and it was now nearly to go She half she had live miles null Inevltahle business of life con regretted that she had not confessed all hlileroil hliu an enigma They eoiihl to her father but he was a friend of not conceive a reason why a handsome Mott and she feared he would prevent anil apparently prosperous young man her taking any part in the evenings with an inilelluahle city air In his clothes anil bearing should be among happeningsshe crept from the cabin and Silently thciu lie niaile little attempt to en saddled the best riding animal in the lighten them hut went steadily on with corral Another she led behind and his work searching for materials horses Into a run set out lashiuir Half his time wart jjone when one through both night the Qvotilujr hclnj In a new section of the It was no ordinary ride and the fear prulrlo he heard the sound of a Imujo tlut she might be too lati urged her ooinlnir from a sod wallod caliln and She remembered having heard hitting In tlie door appeared the player on Williams say that his host hail gone to a strotiji llnihcd graceful daughter of away and seat the plains She seenicd created for his the eountyabsent forty miles and she over night would be purpose There must ho a woman in might be the Ills sUetuhos and here was the one he trembled to think what lu the hands fate of the slender artist A few words gained the wanted of the rough and heartless westerners lummta permission to allow their As daughter to assist hliu and he went heardshe passed the spot where she had the conference In the afternoon home joyful sho Involuntarily halted a moment There must bo nothing hut the level plain and the girl lu tho tlrst one said uiiiiKiug mo same piuce iuisiii uuvc been made an evening reudevois To her listening ear eaino the sound of horses hoofs and of mens eager voices She gave her horses rein and was otY So fast did she push the animal sho rode that tho other could not keep step and a moment later the bridle rein was jerked from her hand and tho led horse was loose He trotted leisurely away and a little cry of vexation and discouragement escaped the girl as sho saw one portion of her plan defeated Hut sho rode faster now Tho pony fairly tlow over the level expanse of earth Thu night was clear and still with an occasional glimmer of sheet lightning on tho edge of tho plain at the far horizon After awhile as she looked back she saw outlined against the quick Hashes fci -- JBH the forms of horsemen a mile or two behind Tho hand gathered by Hminet Mott what vol iikukV was on the way and tho result of preho on tho morrow as he placed his new found model before him Her cheap vious visits of tho baud to persons unhroad rhumed hat was held by two desirable to its members made the out hrlght colored ribbons and the tmuoy look dark for anyone against whom their anger was turned face mot hlsKquarely Tho tlylng llguro on horseback Ho thought ho had nover mot one posed ho magnificently uml with plunged forward skirting a ptuco of who plowed ground then through a Held of Ktiuh unuousclons perfection It was a river vlow tho following day growing wheat stoadlly noariug the a wd house tho next and Williams had artUts boarding place whore a light In wvh froohnnil tihotchr in his port- - tho window wa now plainly visible Tho avtlst wuh moro than satlsllod follo thu seven being thoso splectcd by iltf bvlKht facod uisUtnttt and throe of with hU quest nftor Illustrative mate Â¬ 1 Till WOMAN IX IT Im around J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 H - tit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cant said Williams with his and leave manhood spurring him you can They wont hurt me Hurry hear them now Holli caught the sound of horses hoof pattering on the hard prairie sod The girl stepped to the easel and took from the apex ills artists hat Kagerly she urged him to action and as vehemently he expostulated that It was Hut till not becoming in him a man the horonion came nearer the time The girl made a Until appeal in which her heart love for him she sought t save burst forth then hurrying across the room with a breath extinguished the lamp Thoro was a hurried consultation in the doorway Williams felt a quick hot kiss on his hand and as the baud of per secutors came near the house they saw a dark llguro identified as their victim by the st li li derby hat it wore leap to the saddle of a waiting pony and with the speed of the wind strike out across the plain There he goes the rascal shouted Molt iml plunging the spurs into their ponies the enlvneade raced in pursuit Again and again the horses felt the cruel stool but the rider ahead was well mounted and use their best en deavor the broach between pursuer ami pursued did not become narrower The dark cabin was left far behind and the still night gave no light other than that of the stars toguide tholrrneo A mile was pushed then another and aiiolher and the single rider was still dun and shadowy in the distance shouted Mott Make a rush boys whose horse was becoming a little short of breath Cant catch up replied one of the men but will try and thou shoot A sound of guttural approbation greeted this sentiment and the riders hands felt for the men hips where revolvers were carried by half the party habitually and by all on such an occasion as this It would be strange in deed if out of all the shots the company could tire one or two should not reach the mark Hut a spurt was to be tried tlrst as bloodshed had not been on the partys programme until anger at being out Â¬ stripped in the race had Inspired the thought Whoop and hurrah hurried tho jaded ponies spur and boot heel beat their Hanks and the rider ahead appeared much neater They weie plainly gaining Hut the putty had not noticed the di- Â¬ rection In which the chase led them A long curve had been taken and now they were near the river and the deeper portions of the ravines leading down to the valley On a sudden the ground seemed to fall away fioni their horses feet They were entering one of the ravines or sloughs and the tall sunflowers md dead stalks of the preceding 3 ear were What She Wore thick and substantial A cry broke from tho figure ahead This tho way a reporter who wrote and lu a moment he pursuers were vio- up a recent party at Poughkeopsle des- Â¬ lently reining up their stoods to keep cribed a ladys toilet wore a red bombazine Miss X from trampling on tho outstretched dress niched with point alpaca and an forms of horse and rider M itl leaped to ho ground and forced oversklrt of rose gingham with a bor Â¬ Her tournuro his wav through tho heavy growth that der of parsley blossoms had trlpiHul tho fallen animal Hrtish was particularly noticeable from the lug aside the grass ho stoojHul to lift fact that her hair was so delleloiisly She also wore the human form that lay before him lu scrambled in front number nlno double button glovus tho darkness With n strango exohtniaticm of sur- Â¬ number six store shoos slushed at tho Albany prise ho straightened up ami cnllisi to heels ami pompudour books 1 Aigus lib comrades -- 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and exciting though often regarded an a source of diversion to the mind may be really a source of nervous prostra- Â¬ tion through undue excitement of tho emotional nature The reader has his Interest so thoroughly enlisted ami his sympathies too that his brain 1h comes wearied through the excite- Â¬ ment ami he fairly holds his breath with lu anxiety following tho thrilling scones of the narrative Tratflo events are described in such a graph to way that his heart beats rapidly and ho becomes so Intently absorbed that ho does not know anything which Is transpiring around htm he hardly breathes and sits as motionless as a statue You have all seen this and experienced It la yourselves but you may not have realized what a great and needless expen diture of nervous energy it is All useltOs llS A OAI less expenditures of nervous vitality you will never linlsh to nights job for should bo avoided If one wishes to main Mr Williams work is done here and he tain health and one who is already an Invalid certainly can not afford any is far away bv this tune Reported by Helen fol Â¬ such extravagance The loader cowed bv the words dispersing men and the dur L Manning lowed his ing rider who hud led the fruitless THEDALEARICS chase sought her low roofed bod cham ber again half frightened half glad IVoplo Who llue tiuecr IiIciin ISi curillng CoitrUhlv over the nights happenings Of old customs there Is naturally Williams was indeed far away but not so far that he did not very soon call greater survival in Ivia than lu Major to thank his rescuer for her coura ca and Minorca which have closer Intercourse with the continent The Ivt geous action I was buying tho midsummer num cones are in bad repute as law abiding ber of his lungnriuc of an uueommouly people They prefer like the torsicans well informed book seller two mouths to take the law into their own hands Hloodshed is comparatively common later Look there said he pointing to a among them and when a peasant has handsome young woman with the car- thus committed homicide he seldom riage of a princess though her gown chooses to wait for the judge of assizn was of a provincial type Thai is the to condemn him lie evades tho island original of Williams drawings for the and Hints immunity in Algiers or on leading article In the muguiuc you the continent He found hor out west some have The fair sex are of course the chief where fell in love with her and a week cause of the more fatal quarrels on tho ago married her She is sure to bo a Island To tell the truth the local groat favorite here next winter very methods of wooing a girl seem well bright and original they say she is adopted to provoke irritation Sho receives her suitors en masse Sun Thats Williams with hor I watched them for sonic distance and day evenings are the conventional wondered thou as did again when visiting times The damsel then hud heard all her story if one of her takes up her station in the paternal nature could breathe easily In the pent porch and waits for the young men who up bounds of a groat citv have conceived a fancy for her Knoll C M llvunru youth has the privilege of sitting by her alone for a limited number of min- Â¬ A GOOD RESOLVE utes He must make the mast of this opportunity for the other aspirants Tim Way lo llrlui Suni hlne Into Our will not tolerate any extension of tho ll cheerlng-up-buslnes- s time If he docs not got up after aw hllo conIn the tains the brave conclusion reached by a and make way for a successor his young girl who so persistently trios to rivals show uiiinistakable impatience bring sunshine into the lives of others Nor can one wonder that now nml that she finally become known as the again when the maiden Is peculiarly attractive the youths llnd the forinnl joy giver If there Is only one thing In life seance too much for their tempers which is bright and pleasant she said Though unseemly It Is not surprising that mean to hold fast and if there that they should quarrel and light with isnt such a thing Ill make It Ill be each other Hut whatever happens tho girl has a stereotyped part to play It myself Perhaps she wns helped lu her hearty She may interpose to prevent blood and healthy way of taking life by the shed in her very presence otherwise it remark of an old doctor who had called is decorous in her to welcome etioli to see another member of the family suitor with the same measure of civility Not until she has had as thoroiieh and asked experience of them as the Sunday enWhats the matter with her now I suppose tertainments ntford her does she show Oh said tho young girl the preference she feels for one In parIts her nerves Nerves nerves cried the doctor ticular tornhlll Magazine My seemingly In an alarming rage Kier In DiMiionil adjure you by all dear young lady Friend Is It not remarkable that your hopes of happiness dont let that with the thousands of authors In thrt word get Into your vocabulary Theres country the price of writing paper Indigestion dyspepsia no such thing does not go up if you like but not nerves nt returned Struggling That he was fond of exaggeration no packages NAuthor gazing o but I should think one can doubt still the lesson ho stumps would go up N Y Weekly would have taught was a sensible one lliOUilo HU Iolol When we allow ourselves moods of Ill temper or weakness because we are Nocnsh Do you know S tablet tht nervous then we need to remember you remind mo of tho Hrooklyu llrlih- that the soul Is stronger than the body Stabhits No Why We need to look about us and see NiMash Hecauso you have such nn0 whether or not wo can make some one span else happy USots an Invitation to rtde on tho says the little heroine who be spot Por Hrooklyu Life if one Is really dis Â¬ came a joy giver t Is IttC Iroof posed to bring Hople good cheer It Is Dr doltcose Whats the matter my Â¬ wonderful to see what frequent oppor111 tunities there are One might make It good follow Trying to be I have typiM Hoodfollow Thoy say a business -- Youths Companion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ -I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Kxtrnot from I colore ljp Dr 1 11 k loffir of the llitttln Cretik NnolUrliim A great many ladles sufTer from nerr ous exhaustion resulting from tho tic mauds made upon them of fashlonnhlo society The various rounds of fashion able dissipations which society pre-Â¬ scribes I a constant source of nervous prostration among its devotees Nervl ous prostration may be brought on by lack of sulllclent sleep or by oxhaunt lug the nervous svstotn through excess Ive emotional excitement of one kind or another It should be remembered that nervous prostration Is a symptom not a disease and at the outset It my be quickly cured by removing the eiuiso The reading of exciting llctltlous lit erature Is a frequent cause of nervoiw prostration If a person thinks that It Is no harm to read a book of this char Â¬ acter If he says Here Is a book of mere trash which requires no mental cllort and It Is a mere pastime to rend It he Is entirely mistaken The rend- Â¬ ing of a book which Is simply amusing Â¬ lollcose Typliotd fever Ua thing One of two things follows 1n tlent always dies or is left an Idiot rt had It I know Judge llobbs I suppose you will pn summer with your flanceo at tin shore wont von Dobbs 1 shall If 1 can marry hcr tho end of the tlrst week Life Pin ivUii nommii lltble luisl completed For nearly thirty NJ urittos and scholurs have been at on it fever Dr yiirtlntt of KliiNiuP I IjWmp hints and TlicVffi HELPS -- In tlu An Irishman wlinnul lntnl WUHtry - foand wml bltTo ti 5th 11 jom o un tho mro fresh Iwl liirrrios fjcrrtr with tho htoniH on mul dip of two vugs well them Into tho whit nnl tlun Into powilfrvd nugnr Vftton Ly thou on olhul pnpur until tliuy nnj Jry thou pll tliein hlfflt Mnn KlftMdr jjrif ilM- -- J1TJ1 iimVliff1Iftitili cry lAftHnnf t UAfi i uiimiiivu wimiiu nboul It told him for a joke that It was plfr thhiKK ri Ironed ft live cent tdwn sn in pouh51 TWO 1IAKVK9T KX0UIISION9 VU tho CIiIcnko MliwRukrHt 1hhI R on TiOMiUj t 90th nmt WJf r th Aua t lirrw tili HW a vrtlit ifchOMtuT punish- - rimtiich tho rtnli ToUu tlinlriohihii wMivrniiUiQ r11 rTM ftttvinhcrath h10 f r Auct ktit1 it I wntrlnff brn lM f- Miloon ami called for a beer Ho drank t and shoved tho picgo of tin ncro tho bar The bar ltcepcr puvnelV barfk - Y Olwvrror Tn meuil lolutton of rn Ws Kn unW ehlnn tula nwn 7fflHh il stir Uwlt u vory thick t thin cement renders It Detroit I ree Iress fc vnbonton cgfeVMIik mixed SRhtml tlimt tlfti ensiMenliy of with flour and a little salt wiRtry ltoll qulto thin cut Into small mltled and fry in deep luro ihnncft as desired mhiuto While hot sprinkle with ftir a These will U found powdered suirnr orved with dessert Good ilcllcUnts Tho wliltonosN of Aotihly valuable Housekeeping Sweetbread Saute A f tor the sweet Â¬ breads have been boiled which taken twenty minutes split and eui in four pieces season with salt and pepper put in a small frying pan one talTlc cpoonful of butter and one of Hour when liot put lit the vvuvtbrtjmls turn -- rnndnntlv until Hilit brown Korvtt with crcau Nueu 01 Homesteail Salmon lhteo u can of salmon on npluttor ami ijpur ovir indrawn but tcr which Is prepared as follows linro three tablespoons of butter in a Mucepan with one tablespoon Of flour Ktir until well cooked without brown ini then slowly add boilinjr water un- Â¬ til of the riiht consistency add salt and Prairie Farmer white pepper Uonst Iteof with Cutsu p Take a fly or six pound roaatin plio of beef tvaove or have the butcher take out the larpo lxuies tfiish it a little and sea foii well with salt and pepper then pres it into u straight sided stnut jar or ot and pour over a teacupfulof tomnto cnt sup Tie a double thick pa per over the top and cover very closely so as to pnvent the escape of steam and sot it in a moderate oven to roust four or Uvo hurs Onnjo Judd Fanner -- libhon Cake A very pretty rib IV two bon cake is made in this Way and inie lmU cuisfcofNujfar put two agdonehaU uupjj of Hour which has lwcn siftel with twolieapinp- teaspoon fuls of bukiut powder one aiip of sweet milk and four cjrtfs Divide the hatter Into three parts to one part add one cup of raisins spice to taste Vut - Tun plrln cnnnoi ronlt tho fmnrMon that there In oiuotlilnir omantlng about tho 1 told you snld the teacher awol- - umrrluKO proposal DliiKhniiitou Leader opetRtiy to TAjSfcgtet Ifihitffo Tim Only Ono liver Irlutoit CHit You Find If you dlilStViniiifatWr j ubln tlii Wont you nuidrun nwWrfiKlShilMltltnn Therol a n Inch dinplnyndvortlncmont IV thin which hnn Thats all right responded In till paperexceptweolc word The no two woiilnallKO one naino l I didnt tell him Ihomas Duo of tnio of each now ono anpcarlnt- - each WfOk your llckius is a nliMile livuh from Tho Dr Hurler Medlolno Co Thin hoimo i lace a Crescent on everything Mic ofiuav i Ml they inalio and pilbllxh Iionlt for It ntfiid thorn and hoy uaiuo of Ono Drawback Thafs a flno returnthoou book tho word llthoirrupluwill or bountiful bridge said a llrooklynlte to a ample- - frea stvnnger pointing to the structure con Ir relative had their way thT necting that city with Xew York Yes wouldpoor huvo rich nuolo- - very loin- - Dal but you eant say it stands without a laiXuvinot pier Detroit Free Pies In Town or Country til Clilcui iml Upturn 0 w Fvory family nhould huvo Dr HoxhIob Via r 11 I anil Monon route tho Certain ttoup Cure at hand ll vv hours World Fair line to Chicago with Pull Â¬ of hiiirorliitf und unxloty bv eheehliitf at or Soup llronihlll man safety vcsthulod trains with din Â¬ oaoohcvoroattail Dlplithcrlu and Horn Throat It will nrriyfit ing cars Tickets wilh be good going xrnianrifii inn 1fmfiruintiM Cuanca ai on all trains July JIJ and good return no iumimm Mlou A P Hoisu DufTulo ing on any and all trains up to and In Â¬ N Mauufaoluror cluding duly U This will be a grand KMAMcoiirtoMc5nw9ctcn Ufo butcrcator oppoitunUy to koo tho Worlds Fair ennobioit llovei grounds with it mammoth Miniatures in coursC Of erection Odoifgo With Its IUlus Cataiiiiii Cunc l a liquid und U giViH building magnltlcionuparki elcc taken internally nud actn directly on tho tricfountulu audother attnuitlim4js blood ami mucbiin nurfucon always worth avlsit- - Purolihso liokets Write lor teMtiinoiilulH froo of the nvMoin Maiiufuolurod l via C11 hy P J CnustiY fc Co Toledo O self then N Y latrepHcd Faith and is it tin thought it wor live huvo a glass yourTribune ami satdf Why mnhMhafs V tint And whr iKiinr iiijr ncrrhoiighli vlit Ami huim iiik tnrlttlrtt iUnt lhl rwi W hrt inin my vr liU tttfhu nmliiuin Au4 fHl f r e n Ilia wlinl Hint liiowi IMf 1 BK I f X or rurthcr tuirtlouinrs aim v to tho near or tuhlronn Jro II yt llekec Akviu Pan Agoat Chloajfp 111 I Uoattord Uoiturnl W TVioltW wiw t Miu4tJMtr t t r nm wt M MC IK M H4 BJ I LITTLE Both tho method find results whfttt Syrup of Figs is taken it is plcsusnt nud rcfrcflhing to tho mul acta gently yot promptly oh Ute Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys- uat Â¬ tlo LIVER PILLS M XOT r Â¬ Â¬ t tem eflbctunlly dispels colds hoadi Aches ami fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup oi Figs i tho only remedy o its kind vqj pro- Â¬ duced pleasing to tlio tusto and ac copUihlo to tho stomach prompt in its action and truly bonofieittl in its cflects prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commond it to all and havo made it tho inoBt popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for salo in 50o find 81 bottles by all Iwiding drtig gifltA Any rclmblo druggist who may not havo it on hand will pro- - Rr ter NICK MRAO AUUK Impure aif mtom IUi erwn flHint NQH tCKKX lam MwhI Itmov blliod Th lC IlT 1 nlff ly 1mitd n lull t M hm Mil tin in im BtttrllMtini Mtn KKktt IU lliulnran nt an I mniwj tnm or Kmnlri 1 1tautlfy All bilioaii MPrrwH nu oniA Kuan wiumiuAi io top yurltjrlH oiatiIxlon VMBTAklA shit f Htrpnnlnmtir fv Mtt Csmn ilM KM yifoinimnin uitintil km M M Mimp You mn4 1 HARTS MCBI8INK CO Itu Ulna fl ft iNrr Hrkh vitMtnv Wli tl tl t LohKi M Tiil grille dn for m vlet as ho rclireil lioldud the Is a Mild Courior lurs iliocon lovvell Tiik wife of a f vnlun In Keuornlly a very louciomu wuiuaii Itanis Horn Â¬ vu wishes Atiwk it- y iuBkV ui uy aha to try it Do not accent auy fiM SAN FRANCISCO CAL rkftmtftl1 iriliA GU ITARS MANDOLINS y I 011 n Jrw H Mwiirr4 vmm M MWaOITT un1r lMilllinittWujMi4l TM i Bubstituto T--as- I Tnn human nyntcm need contlmion- - nd lut careful iilteiiiion to rid itself of It ImpuriIn the tolls of dynpupKi ufier ImnnIiiR on the stoniacli rirears Imw sliull the uf ties llecchamft lllb act Uko inafjle lorer nwmro III nmcli aharoil illuostlonl Tun hnd bov will bo worry when electrical Hv a ictoi t to 11 jMottrH sutiinirli llitigrs eoapled wall an iiliitlKlotmiotilnr enlnblen tunning i uuiveiMally uilopled ami druikiililcs eiileiilnted to injure the d A AUoic ftkln nconlren a healthr olcar uesilvonppnratiis la a feeble suite Notli ingbuctho Itittitrs lor loiKiucrlm uialmia aoos by the uenf leniiH Sulphur Soap liliiuiis ami kidney Vroulilc i houuuitism and llHa Hair and Whisker Dye 50 cent liver dioiilur Ockan jrcYhoundi Kd that unino bo Man a woman who cannot drive a nail caimii they are not tarryer or a lioic can drive a m ili N Y Picsh iiiivo weak Uurtckt irnrlin llulf Kiitcn Aiitiit HiItii Tti HtTLhumiual Co nervou men trial Wo Ohio Cincinnati 0 anili anil i7 Tho lhiriimftoii Iloato will sell round trip Timpnllywoffoun boat of hU pcdlrco to Hie for he tlcketH al half ri ia f ud O ilaV wih Inn n in thoMwIm tuiloM and farinliis rcirloni of t ho Went run flit nt CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO louisvuu u jni Kr 111 Hit lv mJI luUUHiinU In i cx tew yom - jtK ttr Mrxiwanrtrr IMVOQ ef ur i t iimtHM le UI Utl lUliJfof flff u Oik llluilittttlrilili Ululi4inif LYON AHCALY04 Mohboi Af CMIOASO -MK 1MU iti TB5ArrVVPJr Mvruri M AION Ihiii Milnlit - You while Cant Keep Cool IAriktuf taw iMl Tsxianjuat r j stinlir 1 1 1 1 AftiTls will ull nlaii ijis1 lhay lnw i eiidvovvr lhuAlbirJuiK- ton Ilotite- lao host lino ironr OhfoifcO For liuiher Peoria Uuiiioi iml v lonU ieiiend infoiitiuliui iriin P S KuMIs PiiHMiiger Agent ihiciiKo - NonliwuMt oiiil 8oaiheu KiyUorn TiciaM IhreiuutlfloilTMitko saiuo ire-- fruit tho other plain thesu after they baked put together with Jelly Da iroit Free Press LACE IS AL thppart with the fruit between this flther parts spreading n verv thin layer between The fruit part and the others Me to be baked in three layersone ihiil fault Willi lrxnuwnnt to cojov the sauohiao dont iituvluulou lUaaila lionu - rj wM rr l v tub of stonnting- clotfrqs flfryqu want to keep comfortable and saye your health think of inhaling that leticl Ktcain and strength stop the rubbing and the gleaming youre rubbmtt awly over a SUMMER no boil j ing little work that is A the programme for hbt-- Pearlinc does it Pcarl- - ine cold water Tut ltims lltriuI- - nilHUcdnt hutiiin npotis hiillaua ai llyO pur our liir usnsi sometiinn ovonakot a nam mul uiukua nlai an uttolccuuil iiipplc rosiTiov with imhijv thom litiPHs people iLHiiibvuiof l iiiaoitUittit down Gidvo- Tunninn vhoioeHlisietnper guineat lights Willi nut lei laiail-rAtnlli- l t rM wuu ami tiijir in nu -yuur Ktiuiuier ciotntng I Direction for this easy safe and economical washing on every package ot lJcarune inw I -- III A WTTT - nivi luuiuiKt v- - 1 11 weather washing ir ints taKing away oi the rubbing is anore than a matter of saving work Its a savin cr of liyeclless THE RAGE Vn Kctnrnlutr to thn AilnrnmoiitVUmte iiiiiii ly Miiilc Antoinette In nririr -ea Tar5 is tluvidol of the hour Some one has said it is like love anyway there are i nite as many kinds of it it isefpmllvas perishable and very little of the original article is in the market for so beautiful is the imitation so del icate is its dissimulation that wo lovo iUforiUx frailty and rojoiou in our own deception Our grandmotherM wquM Jinvcpcorned thejidea of a best bib null tucker not absolutely sincere as vir tnoasly lis do we tho wearing of paste Jewels but we eopy the web and appro priate the patterns of tho old peloriuua and capes in our wonderful machine Jnnde laces that we may throw aside with no compunctions of conscience when our capricious fancy wearies of the mode The favorite arrangement of the lllmy fabric will be in the form of the flchu which Mario Antoinotto improvised in the old HUiuiy days when playing at farming at Trianon she introduced a touch of pen mi nt simplicity to the gay and gallant costume of the Kighteenth century Thoso llchus whioh us tume nioro and morn important proportions friipiently combine the coarser with lie liner makes of lace and form with pair of turned back culls the only decoration for simple hummer gowns one Ikhu doing dutv for several frocks Â¬ Â¬ NTt- tt tso away hoei Inl tljlablft laiocirfUmHlhot - emupnnv Is jus m lealer Tut man who wan never overtnUon be fear masit have boon a mlnhly fast trav a mail to be Tun oidv wav It t lawvoris to hoop dill own ooiuwolf In own Phlla- - drhja lot go IIW an nlft trlo AviniliattwVnirtiKPT rait Ulue it aiaiiAAiiviltiiH o hut yea eaui tflfo lempiuidtv It tho rmnvQJKJfjn clicks oi llmnf that iiiakatboin ihuigoreus N IT ru i uih In his piieketlinoi it- rLJ ia ram r YonoaiLttullliowvinuoli imnuwnmati him f tf i around Hind - IMitsTtiv ohopwova -- whn iHihUtu tin jWL 1 thiiHiio of tho htrap Ilixt pr nper tjs tho miiui AMyIQ1VVllu l0 H ym l not chow man ha somo Tur fill who gum him aUnit her -- lktiii Transcript i HfCl v is tho timo when Dr INoroos Johlon Medical Discovery works tho best It puriiios the blood Its not liko tho sarsaparillas wliioh elnim to do good in March April and May you oan depend Thats why it is upon it uhcajs If it doesnt benefit or ffuarauteed cure in ovory ease for which Its rccominondod you have- your nionoy hack No other medicine of its kind but no other loon says as much as much It cleanses rutuiws and invigorates tlio entire system For all skin wnlp and scrofulous afToo t ions as Iccma Totter Salt rheum White Swellings I lip joint Disease and kindred ailments its a positive cure All the year round you an Imitation he lionct- - tftul tt Beware rcililler this U n F A lSK THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED tni und lomo unccrnnuloui rrocers will tell von jkhI aM or tho tenia n 1cnrllne ITS is never lictldleil if your rirocer iciuli Kk JAMUS IVLU Nrw VnfW Pea-lino GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN IT IS DtTVyouownjour nnlfiuiil In in I lv in u ilm vnliio for our iiiiiimV Kciino niUn In vim r loiinfiirbv pur it iuiiii nnni n rniiniiiu vhlcli r rrup ill tlio I mul imUml nx vii no fur prlci V I SAPOLIO lit THE A miy W L DOUGLAS IhullMilluU IV TAKUNOhl 1WTITUTK lll KmlifV S3 5HvL BEST SHOE lini-orli- QENTLEMEN u -- IH THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY oiiiuliioppivrU hos fAf WII not rO Htio pilf etnlr linimtli Intliin ilpitli motn pomrorUtitcalylUli mul iliifnliU lli The proprietors of Dr Sagos Tiirvr iiilhliitfr hitir so MWOt in llfu lis Catarrh Remedy ofTor SAOO for an love h Ilintf svveei Kujyiljjad incurable caso of Catarrh It isnt H K rloumiii mere talk its bwitHfM Tiik man who is faiihbil la tho llrst Job They mean to pay you if they of werl hei ait Ket m matter lio poor It a bettor dim Uut youll liud eant euro you iani uo will mmii have that they can M jKspe if u allow them nu lucli I 1 Wmtr 4WS4 mJm ffl mmjW vw i pr S3 A rMtlnn from s ik will lane mi iil The bo giving lliiin a foot TnnvnbbHso i Pluhnlelphia -uv remislv n seems to l jinen rwvraiiivcfiLiunii iTtilMgiiReil Kowu ohifrem nrnitigo-ni-ll- s casions -- Nsiwf nfteoted by what they m made ouowapowuKHt ipilc- s- UuttVard a 1 wer this will 1u a hoawpi oflainty lumpooiU friuinlnlty nnd hjgh bred griuiiopsncss nncOuRoIoiifily 7 Ifea baa lien olalmed iipjiroprintofor a f tl Jo lualoi varhyff JMntfl a lownei oirriomtaluuil--llMigliiuii-urÂ¬ ijp h - about the only UuiB YOUNG MOTHERS oc ttcpxbilcin- - Sri here waiter thl plo hnsat an ap know it sitij women are tituN ill it Walter - iiifr inmivvH Safety to lAfe afJlathernmt Vhlltl OJor Von a Itvttwtltl T5fc 4 i i lltnlM on SUtdpiiiicltXOii Kso and two single ttftin Placed side by side are taking their Place In many cases Nothing will Irnuigo tlie nervous system of a per nervous who is elimiimtlyj i Vreo us u lio all night in bed wjth mother who is absorbent of nervous jree The bitter will sleep wmudly all glit nud arlia refreshed In tho morn nifi while tho farmer will toss retlehs y wndawaljo in tho morning fretful lavish faint hour ted und dlkcouniged outwo penons no irtattor who thojr V should habitually sleep together o ono will thrive tho other will Spurc MomontH ho head Into n Tho frampedj nfinalunn posltjim uthlon of doiiblo bods is ono groally to M - Jlfoplug with a ivynW of pillows linger the head is certainly Jiurjous it tends- nnriilso w dtprfeiitsb August Flower 11 r r 18 I MOTHERS FRIEND Aftrr iiliroiifi txilllf of Mnthrr m lrlrnIJ nnllll mrtiril iiliitliiiin iuuhI Iii iirli lUMitllml Mr HiitkHiM HlliixnM M Jna ISHi 11 ASMiilint liiiunr ol iy eir- - riinrtp rtmiit na rnfiplrun lii awryMhrrv 1 lie uiut ktvIcv I Morn Iiy nlilo bom mill nl llicn- - irUv JI nnl t llniiil pupil I Hon- Mikm rorMlimvMiiin iniMlPof Ilitt l Tliry nrp ttiy Kftln nr On Cfclf rorinlitn ami itutnllit Tho Jihoft ttiiU pniuuii nimls lMx cnniluit frni 91 f 1 U Mlwvlli luioouu utn nmilnir Uii nut mlo In iliitr rixU VA ITION tiwnrnoiliiklcriiiilIUutlnrtborltb oulW Iv DnimlAfc nnma ah I Uiunrlro tlniKii oil tiotliiiii uph iiliMUiiuniu t frflwialriit nml uljrct ivtirv-nm- ACif Wf U UUUULAO OnUtO MOn enn u i nnimi u U InroMnlnliif mnimv iniilrr falrt ivrntMin mil Tur iiIp In mwr nliirn mmiiI illrpri iw 1iuinrr inllnir Klntt hIvo ami width Ua KquiU tuiuiui niMio huu othrr Imm rvnr mjU mi Ui I in iX nmi oi iiiuui pipi nnor iriiKKi tho roan iijriun rntrninl liiinliplixi nrrr wild nt hrxt tirk c Tlirr eouni iIiin ii nwlUiit limn i in 13 flur au iiiiioi r unr ucirn it mnnrri nnu ni Hiicru wiu vMtut a mtHi htuvr culf Ilirri tHliotior win wlk lu uml HIT kiin Urn firt dry mul iirin au Jhii ml J VnrUliitiiirn Bhoei p villi wlvu moriMMiir uriliK munry limn ny nitirr nmko Tliry Ar iii Jti for rvlvv Xlio ijwrilun mUh Jiow Umt nuiK- liiHicrn liftvn fnunl IliUout r J i1 YohiW 6179 Hctinnl Hlinr y ifilfd-r-iiiiiiliiu tn DAVQ OXJ llnUi wrr 4rKfKitr bol ArtlKTCl iHUIbs 6Jn nlfiU ct iiirxiin gl73 oliuiiiauliuio run If tcuhimI P mmmvmmmm3Aims t In lnup Irer 1 liuvu III ac cunco iiuuufuitnW rltn fur tutuluuuo Oto lvo papluntvp biiIp tn tmr ilpulpr khiI uriiprul iiipr V 1 lluHplun UrBcUtuui JIImmh iditi Horror ami It lnri iilo li K ItohH U toalaviarnt ofInk a ru ATlip mimllna Pill lu i AVorldl LIVE STOCK -- 95 jprn hi iuiAiiiiii imnridToa tu A ATLANTA fotn iiy Att I to MUnr umill I narroiSTS MONEY m On SAVES plllx wIIInavo tnntijr vlnl -- Tufts Tiny Pills nftlirn In liHitiir 1 Yrli p Jflo OiUpp flit Iurk IIiicp N V a Store I have kept August lower I think it is sale for some time for HAIR DY AUSE TUTTS oriinturalinpn-4-K A JJond n splendid medicine Vii norrocthiittatlon l itiln n iloipot il 1rltHi ML jur ln PM Pavilion Centre NY Sold by Booisettsrt Sent postpaid by The stomach is the reservoir fails everything fails The HOUGHTON tii If it CO MIFFLIN thOHT lung- - thc liver the kidneys tljej WELL fiend j the blood the nerves 1ark Strti BOurON CAIS heart the DRILL 0 all go wrong If you feel wrong Orst Put that yj- VS111 pll kt MIT fMHIUH look to the stomach wonlfi t hrili hf JllHPhinrrr Tim v init4rliifiilsrmnlntt imkiVi lrtUtniu otiw n4 f irvmMinii Jf right nt ouce by uing August f JPIMW I Uu no I UlrtrtlrfonrtUiillnl Mtiiriitlna lJ im m Al t1 Flower It assures n good appetite A NrMAVi LOOMS taUMMM XUCVIH MI VKKX t I M Axumiiji rir bMwiuk auu a good digesuou 1 ntu Post Master here and keep 25 CENTS tlnlliirtf lillln Tlipy ipilully jrpurMl on u family mipiI- uml iiiipip a yriuit IrlniH fblt Tlipy roninvn iiiilipiiltliy uritiuiiilu g I Inn from tlio txxl ywll limit iiuiinrii nr urlpluir Aliiitrt In nlil hiuI ymiiiir ti orinvwi WTOOK cjxxXHii othtr W wiUfiirnUh c1utllc CUTS orinr lnf Ouiibowninfciiy lpo Jinan Iooh KturtiAlow quuuit rrto for Hta A NKeilcgg Kewsp2pf Co- - ncteToms Calm Klreuotyport ami r7AI79Elmlfilrel 8lroypfTi INNAJI tlM BORE WELLS l riKn Itomcdy for Cularth in ttie llc l KdalWit to 0a mid Clieanci Bolit ly ilnijrgl 1J ti or Mt by mull H I A N K--- - 2LJL44 k tVHRV WNITIKU Tit AMVJtKTMKMt IMallml yw H jtlUHM rLWAit U iU I MM a A HEROIC ACT jrt m Mrs Jennie Kendall Vickie mj mco better to do P and my Kendall and started out for Harel son Willie THIRD ANNUAL EXHIBITION even AUrfdbout ik- them tvUartu though they never Green Saturday morning at an early mw v ute miwri -VitrrountvDncr www no 01 --- -- rtMiiitr wh t hour arriving In that beautiful town Charity MeMorrli o of Nick McMor 10 oclock and wero won all pleasant- Â¬ their iwlghborlng newppehi to give at On the 4th qtme of jMkto riff wnen ly seated at tho tablo of the Day House 20tfc fettlcing to the them a great puff each weeic kHMber of people went f which is the best hotel in the mountains thVboya they have never contributed one cent to fiver 30th mIr usually the caw upbuilding of their At 4 oclock wo went up to the famous On thfe ocoWoneov tho support and goiaawitfirtHf fow very Probably when they Swango Spiings and spent a eral koya and youag wen were bathing county paper which wo returned where is a nowspaper after pleasant hours after when all at once Cuh Junta a young strike a town supper and or no of tho editors to the Day House had our of age gave algni of taking up an hour years man W what tho Hazel as though the editor could then moved out to see dbtrgaa kad Mok several tinea At valuable time actu- Â¬ Green folks were doing he leati Ckarlay McMorrin who is only 16 spond histo tlmo no better the will for Tho first thing that attracted our at Â¬ paper subscribe for offer years old went to Uusha assistance aud ally bbbq me to the edJtor tention was Thk Hkkaiii office which j six months and then say an soon aa ho came in reach of James Main street is beautifully located on will appreciate anything yon can say the drowning mas Miked Charley in a I This and the offlco is the best and most comabout mo dtatk grip by the shoulder sinking his though your paper deservo to succeed plctolnthis section of the State Wo do not ftiger Malk into Charleys leak and claw of people for a while by tho edi Children over 10 and under 15 years 25 Cents caliber of candidates should not were entertained being much larger and older tbas Char- and this Mr Spencer Cooper Our attention Over 1J yetlM 35 Cents receive the cudrcment of any one tor I I 1 Ab Al Ih IliBII lfcfl ley he toe kin to the bottom with him vo uit uurumury wm A Men who do not rccogniw tfio fact that was nexi caiieu While amier water be managed to about 5000 Catalogues giving premiums in full will soon be readv newspaper is worth something erected nt an expense of kick HSm loose and wrapping his legs a county will accommo- - for distribution and may be had by addressing the Secretary and aro not willing to help which when completed around Ctwh who bad lost conscious to the public and thereby aid human dato 100 pupils I hero aro three nice Me he bVoog kt him to tho surface and encourage them Wo next D S GODSEY Hazel Green SWANGO society aro not fit to serve tho churches in witk hto kaads only to aasist him swam ity and Went down and heard John Picratt talk President Secretary in any capacity They have not to tke akore with the man and rescued people Barbourville after which we thought John could not enough public spirit him by kls heroic aad brave conduct got help resembling George Washington Herald death Such a deed of hu from certain Two of our party made good impressions Cholera infantum has lost Its terrors on tho people of Hazel Green Ono of rotfo fcy a bey of 15 years to remarkable WhUfekuudredsof strong men stood on since the introduction of Chamberlains them remained at Swango Springs and the fcaak not knowing what to do this Colic Cholera and Diarrhosa Remedy the other left us behind and she didnt brave boy went singlo handed and alone When that remedy Is used and tho treat Â¬ come homo alone either to tke rescue of a drowning man and by ment aa directed with each bottle is fol Â¬ Caton Htock Iirn Hazkl Green Ky May 10 1892 bis copS a4 resolute action saved his lowed a cure Is certain Mw Fanny A L Thomas superintendent of Caton To the Trade of Eastern Kentuoky Contiguous life Tke SfcMOrrw stock is good stock Lauderdale of Rock Popo county III to Hazel Green I enclose we think says it cured her baby 6f cholera infan- Â¬ farui at Joliet III remarks brave trjjj aud koncst and We have this day completed arrangements with the of Quinns Charley Mciorris deserves a gold medal tum and she thinks saved its life A you amount of six bottles As a rule I am conservative above named tirm and will handle their goods in large quan- Â¬ W Walter a prominent merchant at Ointment fur kls wonderful heroism In this case tities We especially invite an inspection by the merchants A COftRKCTIOK Waltewburg III says it cured his baby about saying anything but after ono Last weeks Courier gave an account boy of cholera infantum after several years trial I must confess that it will do as we are prepared to duplicate any and allprices quoted in For sale by Rose Louisville Cincinnati or Knoxville Merchants can buy of tke rescue 0 Gush James by Charlie other remedies had failed Tho child all you claim for it McMorrW which is correct except Mr was so low Jones these goods almost at their doors and save be Â¬ freight bills that he seemed almost James age which is 19 instead of 22 yond tho aid of human hand or reach From th Lone Star Htat We are prepared at any and all times to furnish these goods and the Member of meu which was much of any medicine Gkoboktown Tkx Aug 4 92 but Chamberlains in any and every quality size and price All we ask is a less thai oae hundred instead of hun- Â¬ Colic Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy Editor Hkrald We had a big re- Â¬ trial Respectfully c dreds and tkat to do Instead of not know Â¬ cured him 25 and 50 cent bottles for vival meeting at the M E church South Represented by ED GREEN Hazel Green Ky ing what to do I heard tho shouts of tho many now born sale by Rose Jones Whea we know that Mr James was in souls I enjoyed myself well for there Murder la the MtHterllag Jail distress the men rushed down tho bank were three conversions in my family Logan Murphy tho Magoffiu county Dora Isaiah and Lire Ann Harper Tho that thoy might bo opposite him and WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING then plunge in the water and save him murderer and desperado who killed his preaching lasted for one week There CAIXCTTSBURC KY Charlie McMorris who was in tho water father Bomo mouths ago and who has was a number of conversions and several The Largest Drag House in the Ohio Valley anuiaoturers of 223 remedies that are Sold by the Dozen reached him nrat and alone swam to tho been in innumerable brawls since his came back to the church 16000 Square Feet of Floor Jtoom 28 Hands Employed incarceration in the Mt Sterling jail shore with him Mr James was landed Crops were good H H Millard had ole proprietor of tho famous and treated immediately by his relatives has added another victim to his list six acres in wheat and got 178 bushels aoic proprietors or tho rtnowneUi HINDOO KIDNEY OORBIAL NERVE KINO many friends Ho owes his life to About 7 oclock on Thursday evening of which was about the average crop Wo and remedy that is sold on nn abso For the permanent cure of Pains in thet his brave friend Chak McMorm Bach last week Murphy and Arch Steele under had a good rain here on the 1st and it The only lute guarantee to cure all Pnin1 ami Hack anu all disorder of the Kidney Aches Cramps anil Colic Diarhiva Iys fand Urinarv Oruans Thousnuds of cer of us will ever remember tho bravo heÂ¬ arrest for horse stealing became involved was badly needed Ptificates of those who have used this ontrry etc lTsecl Internally and exter roic deed Ur James is beloved by all in a difficulty over a game of cards and The Alliance and Peoples party folks naUy The best Liniment in the world remedy will be sent on application his acquaintances he makes friends Murphy who had in some uuaccounta are about to take this country PRICE 25 CKNTS IKICK J100 frf WtMMMMKnmMt wherever Tie goes He is an obedient bio manner got possession of a knife Please send me Thk Hkrald another For Sale by Duuo Storks and Country Storks Evkrywhkbs son and a staunch christian having join- Â¬ made a murdorous attack upon Steele year for I cant afford to do without it ed the Christian church leas than one who was unarmed inflicting wounds It gives me all the news from my old from which ho has since died One cut homo in Kentucky year agoCharlestown III Courier I want to hear -across tho left breast and there from Uncle Remus extended Beat wishes to all Aa Kpldetttc at Bleedy Flax OPENS SEPTEMBER 14 ISOS was an ugly stab wound near tho pit of my old Kentucky friends especially old Last summer the flux raged here to a Twenty seven Professors and Instructors Kijjht Courses of Study as follows AgrMurphy is one of the Lacy Creek neighbors Truly yours iculture Scientific Diologicul Civil Kticineering Mechanical KtiKincering Veterinary fearful exteat About five miles north tho stomach County appointees received tree of tuition Hoard iu dormiClassical Norniul School most dangerous characters over confined S Haiipkr J of here at tKe Whittle graveyard thero tories 200 per week in private families 3r0 to 400 For catalogues apply to Montgomery county jail and he were five victims of this dreadful disease in the JA8 K PATTERSON Ph D Lexington Ky Orovtir In Tourh With Glens has an unenviablo record for pure cusa buried in one day Tho doctor could At the reception given by our National mado two attempts at suido nothing with tho disease When my edness He Â¬ attempted to Democratic candidates immediately aftfamily were taken I went to Waiters cide and some time ago Â¬ He has frequently er being regularly notified of their nomi113 A IIO W Third Street - CINCINNATI O Brothers of VValteraburg and told thorn kill another prisoner each nation by a committee of ono fmm he would kill tho jailer the situation They said give Chambe- Â¬ boasted that State of which Col J P Salyer of MANUFACTURKRS rlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhroa Kern Can chronic diarrhwa be cured Thoao West Liberty had the honor of being the edy that they had sent out several hun Â¬ who think not should read the following Kentucky member and was accompanied Wepreeenf d by M F WRINKLE dred bottles Into the infected district and from Joseph McGufun of Spaulding by his little son Glenn A New York overy day we hear how this medicine - BRYAN I was World reporter of July 21st in a dis Union county Iowa Ho aays is curing them So far we havo not WITH troubled for years with chronic diarrhoea patch to his paper contained the follow heard of its failing In a single Instance and Sail Stable and used many kinds of medicine but ing concerning our little friend aud Livery I went to giving it and could soon see nothing with permoncnt effect for good citizen At midnight Master Glenn tho good effects and a euro was tho re-Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY until I tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera Salyer of Kentucky puts his head on sult Aay oae in doubt about these facts and Diarrhoea Remedy I would say to Mr Clevelands knee and goes fast to Double and Single WHOLESALE may write to me L 0 Ellis Hock Higs and Saddle Horses every ono in need of medicine for the sleep Master Glonn is a son of tho Pope county Illinois For sale by Koso for hire Parties convey xll ailment mentioned and kindred diseases Kentucky momber of the Notification cd to any point on reason Jones Kentucky and is eight try the Remedy aud like myself you Committeo from able terras Haw ta Caal a WaUraiolaa will never be without it in your home years old Mr Cleveland puts bis big will also attend to all calls for auc 12 k 14 WKST MAIN ST A Cleveland Ohio commission man 5 and 50 cent bottles for sale by lloso hand lightly on young Salyers head tioneerintf aud solicit business of this kind Kespectfullv ki caused astonishment recently by show- Â¬ Jonea practically hiding it from view and LEXINGTON KY JOHN 1 PlKRATr ing a novel plan to cool a hot waterÂ¬ when he shakes hands after that bo does Our Oklahoma ltiiemera melon He took ouo that was heated it so as not to wake Mr Salyer up Eldorado Okla Aug 7 92 through by tho blazing sun laid it in Morgan Messenger CO As I have Mr SiKSokr Coopkr halves and placed them in tho broiling will come Iuv HobW New Itin sun rosy side up In twenty minutes been absent quite a while I W1IOIKHAIK IIKMKKS IN Sab Douglass Hobbs of Flat Woods Wolfo he distributed the melon ice cold among again I havo just returned from had a real nico county purchased a fine rifle gun of H his amaxed friends who wero curiously bath school and church time Plowing is tho order of day get C Taulbee for which he said he paid watching the operation Tho cold was We are produced by the rapid evaporation of ting ready and preparing tho ground for fortvtwo dollars and a ouarter Hogg has been on the sick afraid that Dug will have to kill several wheat Sir the juice in the melon Hat for somo time but I hope ho will squirrels bofore he gets his money back CUKES WOTHINO BUT PILES Chnmfcerlaan Kjra natt Skin Olntmont soon be able to writo to Thk Hkrald But he is a fine marksman Union cor Third Huce and Union Sts CINCINNATI O A okxtaix cure for Chroaio Sore Eyes The Rockwell Lyceum and Sunday school Beatty villo Enterprise CURE We rarrv the goods that will suit vour A SURE unci CERTAIN IEST Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old gave a picnia here on tho 23d ult It Knwn ISyartf trade nnd our prices Hre THK IOWKSt A QuaraRtiMHl IltMdy RKMCDY FOU PILB1 Chroaio Sores Fever Sores Ecaoma Itch was the 4th of July celebration postpon Â¬ Special attention to mall orders rwHf4Kioua65rTmiMi cu tw Megrlmine the only permanent cure Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles ed Hon Jarrot Todd of Mangum was and neuralgia DINOFELDKR It Is eooling aad soothing Hundreds of the first speaker followed by Mr Porter for all forms of headache 15 to 20 min Â¬ H PHILLIPS pain in from WITH cases have been cured by it after all other 0 F Rlngo and David Hogg Dinner relieves the WITH at positive guarantee treatment had failed It is put up in 23 was spread iu real ptcnio style and every utes For sale on Thk Hkrald office or sent postpaid by CO and 60 cent boxes For sale by Rose CO M one seemed to heartily enjoy it In the M ROBINSON mail on receipt of price 50 cent a box Jones octOyl afternoon Rov W D Lowtber delivered JOII11KKK IN Importers and Jobbers of Murderer on Trial a splendid discourse to tho 600 people Hariwan Agricultural Impltwints Tke trial of George and Dave Terry estimated to have been present That DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA forthekilliugof Will Kilburnof Bear night the members of the literary gave 6ieen PLOWS COOKS MILLS Creek was called last Wednesday Tho a grand conceit with music on the organ OHATOKS CHAMPION HEAPLI Howtl defeadanta were granted a continuance and violin Rev Low t her preached Sun LIOU imiNTlNO establishment iskinds Nw ft37 639 anil 541 n AND MOWERS STODDARD AM nriMiared to execute orders for all -- Wet Main Strwt ACME HARROWS Aa Ac en aeeount of tke absence of several iai day at 11 A M 8inging at 4 r M Had Vof fulBtiRfrsuch as Catalogues Minutes DOORS AND SASH A SPECIALTY Letterheads NeteheadsSale Hills Tags Â¬ melons par Wat witnesses Tke trial was post a nice rain or the 27th ult LOUISVILLE KY Cards Ktc jiHTWiien yoH want priBfi UOand 112 Skconh Struct poned until next Wednesday Beatty will get there now Respectfully IlHgtryTHK llKKvin anu save mouey IRONTON 0 Job printing cheap at this ofllce Title Bntcrnriae Annik Ingram JfaXJrriUtlg rf Kefc4 Vrw rWRlnK rOMrlr Mfi lomp KrHilntI Ih MorgnH McniCHKur Our little party cotisUtlng of Mrs this There are a cliw of Cnllopy Mlasca Julia Callopy nnd country who think newspaper have notli- Agnes rlHt Mlnnk Our rasltloniIn people UK Hazel Gw Fair Association 1 v9 tln Tuesday Sept 27th Wednesday Sept 38th Thursday Sept Jfriday 86pt 1200 in Premiums r Win it worn fafc Aiivxjoj Â¬ - mam fr bt W T Wholesale Boots and Shoes LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY GEBBN HUFFAKER CO lare J T DAY CO EMUCCSt MMMMtMlM WMf a8 Mn itfes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FEDER SILBEBBERG PiERATT CO Â¬ J H R- Fd PEARSONCLARK g5 pr wmmmwm9 LOUIS STIX TABLERSDII C Dry Goods notions c BUCKEYEJJkk OINTMENT fr athe I J J W KERR He lazel i ti