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TptNCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green HerSlk Of a Noisy World With News From All Nations LumbYing tit His Back A SI00 A YEAR Always in Alvna1 KIOinML YhAll HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY COL WALTER EVANS Vi FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1892 DUMBER 24 l I E I ies - stead of giving it effect through a wholly cmiQ and other bills were not passed in imaginary recognition by tho Gover Â¬ tho manner required by the constitution PUcinso tlio totx nut Incidentally the Coiiittltutlmi in effect that thoy were void nor The Col Walter S Evans after an absenco The people ami not tho Governor Worlds Fair bill appropriating 100000 of some weeks has returned Knowing ought to make and unmake Constitu Â¬ was passed in precisely tho same way Col Evans opposition to the new Con- Â¬ tions This ono thoy did not make nor If one Do void alt aro void allko The a reporter asked him stitution have a hand in making and sonio of Auditor if ho draws his warrant and 11 What do yon think Colonel of the these cooler days tho sort of doctrines thereby causes 100000 to lie paid out Constitution muddle at Frankfort and announced respecting the present Con Â¬ of tho Treasury on tho fatth of a void the Governors vetoes stitution so called of Kentucky will bill unquestionably makes himself and ho replied Well a great deal probably appear to be utterly unsustain his sureties on his bond liable for the kftA4 might bo said on those subjects The able and wholly unsupported by any ap amount Tho fact that there was such Constitutional hindrances to necessary plicable authority They have already a bill and the fact that tho nionoy was legislation are so numerous and aggra Â¬ been criticised by impartial judicial paid out in good faith for a laudablo vating that the vast work imposed upon writers outside tho Stato purpose would bo no defense whatever tho present Legislature could hardly bo How about tho Republican party in Every lawyer in tho Stato knows this to o Iks correct accomplished iven by a body which this connection Yet at this point wo have a was asked worked in perfect harmony and on the ho beautiful instance of consistency Convention Sonio The Constitutional is very replied most enlightened lines As it and all departments of tho of those who loudly applaud tho Gover- Â¬ little has been done Stato government wero absolutely con- nor for his veto of tho Rovcnuo bill to me the uovemor was trolled by the Democrats Their party strongly condemn tho Auditor for a dis Â¬ It taenia bill upon was responsible for everything bound to veto the Revenue The position to bo governed by tho law that several of the grounds stated by him blindest leaders of tho blind throw away he is not willing to pay out 100000 up Â¬ True the Supreme court of the United the best opportunity the Republicans on law which tho Governor in express States in Field vaClark has recently have had in thirty years by inducing terms declares to bo void and thai ho held that when a bill has been signed by their party convention last year to rec appeals for advico to that authority to tho Speakers of the two Houses and by ommend tho new Constitution If thoy whom tho law directs him to appeal for the President the accuracy of its enroll- Â¬ had seriously believed in this it would guidance ment is unimpeachable but in that cac have been more excusable but wo know It is just hero that tho much talked the court distinctly states that it does many of them did not but sought to of bitterness of feeling comes in Some not decide what would be the effect if a subserve some petty or temporary inter- Â¬ of thoso who to serve their own ends Constitutional requirement had not been est and now tho Republican party is in seek to ingratiato themselves by an in- Â¬ complied with Surely the Governor a hole and paralysed utterly incapablo temperate espousal of tho Governors before he signs a bill may and indeed of any advantage from the present situa- side not only rush into genoral denun- Â¬ This is not a Kvcrv Department Overflowing to its utmost capacity should feel satisfied that tho Constitu- tion The impolicy of that party was ciation of tho Auditor but seek to bo catch penny sale of any kindbut good honest valuc and qualities tional requirements have been duly ob- Â¬ obvious but we must tako tho conse- littlo tho Auditor anticipating in ad Durini the coming week we will display full at fair prices lines of Mens and Hoys Clothing representing the lead served Otherwise of what value are quences van co that ho may decide that tho Courier Journal ing and best manufacturers in the United States and they Worlds Fair bill was constitutionally Europe We will forfeit our reputation of thirty The conclusions of the Governor re- GOV BROWN AND AUDITOR NORMAN passed and so necessarily the Itovonuo We have nevyears standing in Lcxinulon specting section 174 of tho Constitution bill It would thus appear that these They Never Kpeak As They Pans Iy er failed to keep our promises heretofore are I think very much open to doubt is a decided coolness between journalists fear thai the legislation in There and full discussion will probably not es- the Auditor and tho Governor When question was properly passed fear that That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at V5 tablish his view taking the Constitution these gentlemen meet in the corridors of tho vast expense and work of the Legis- Â¬ That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 10 as a whole However great deference tho great unfinished building in which lature was not thrown away fear that That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 15 should be shown to his views as he it they both servo tho dear people for the very solution which the State would I That we will sell vou the best Mens Suit at 20 seems insist at last be charged with hav- Â¬ trivial consideration of something in tho hail as a great blessing in that it would we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 25 ing made the Constitution neighborhood of five thonsand dollars a not have to bo expensively gone over asked year they fail to inquire as to the health again This to say tho least of it is a What do yoa mean by that DEPARTMENT TAILORING MERCHANT OUR the reporter of each other and the physical condition singular position to occupy and wo do not I mean this The people ratified the of the little Auditors upon the one hand think wo have overstated tho situation United States Onr Cutters and Workmen are hrst- la the finest in the We are fluine the largest business we have ever done draft of a Constitution submitted to nnd the Young Governors on the other In the mean ti mo to belittle the Attorney class artists Come and make your selections early them pursuant to the law but so far as It is said that each assumes a far away General in advance when ho has given I know nobody but my excellent friend sort of an air no intimation of his opinion even if in Capt Silas Miller and myself two lone and any neighboring well regulated ther- fact ho has examined tho question or felt bound to recognise mometer at once drops a couple of de Â¬ formed one lest his opinion when forth- Â¬ Republicans coming should not bo just what thoy that document after it was ratified by grees or such a matter the people At all events tho conven- Â¬ This is unfortunate to be sure for both would havo it they flippantly announce On the officers arc members of the Sinking Fund that the Attorney Generals opinion tion would not recognize it TAILORS LEADTING- CLOTHIERS and Lex Â¬ contrary it made a new one and refused Board upon which most serious duties machine is to be sot in motion to submit it to the people though the constantly devolve A coolness sprang ington Transcript KENTUCKY Our honored up between the Governor nnd the Direc- Â¬ law expressly required it Auditor Agents The Attorney General after a careful Court of Appeals in the face of the facts tor of the Geological Survey and this in ifroo and arguments to the contrary would time developed into a pronounced hostil- reading of the Auditors brief written in not by any means say that this document ity The Governor recommended the the interrogatory or Socratic form deÂ¬ -had any validity by reason of the action abolition of the Geological Rureau and cides that the large sums of nionoy paid iiwiiniiiiiii of the convention but gravely held that without tracing tho steps it is enough to Auditors agents for doing nothing as Governor Rrown had recognized it to say that Rureau is a thing of tho past have been paid under tho forms of law - it was the Constitution of the State i and its clerks and assistant are at a loss They have beon paid under an inter Â¬ Mn J I Task Hickory 3rovc Farm home a f loirn rntilkklv I milHlVt n iiiwumvi i rwmmitmn f trimiiiliiiia siirnificanee to discover whence their salaries aro to pretation which the law must sustain two years Mimdliig from a 3 year old filly S as all must admit of s to this result people will but every one familiar with this grave come with threo applications of The funny part of it was that His differ some will regard it as a misfor abuse knows that tho law novor Intended Â¬ Excellency had probably never seen the tune while others will believe that tho to authorize justify or permit such payments was brought in Rureau accomplished no good purpose Itlsthe best preparation I navoeveriiBcuormuru 2 document when the suit The Auditors agent is an interloper filial IlifflllaWMrfsrNi was made as it had commensurate with its cost and that it of 1 heartily recommend It to ull Horsemen which the decision His services are puroly ornamental and We have hundreds cf tueh tcttimontalt iiit been printed He had never done was well that it came to nn end As interpreted by the Au Â¬ ad- Â¬ superfluous Tho Attorney General is the legal an act under it and his imputed recogPrice ftlSS per bottle Askyourdrugclrtforlt Ifho or Ml ver for trlul Â¬ u ur nt k nition must have been a great surpriso viser of the executive and ministerial ditor tho law creates an agent whose rev CO wiiticnmii n MASK W B KIDY KlftJjlTlDK It is made his duty under enues depend on his ability to devise to him In short we appear to have an government organic law for the good old Common Â¬ the statute to givo his opinion as to tho ways and means for postponing the pay wealth made by mere gubernatorial rec- Â¬ law on all questions submitted to him ment of taxes in the timo prescribed by ognition a recognition too which that by the executive and ministerial officers the statute The act as interpreted by the Auditor Upon functionary gavesomewhat unbeknownst of the State for their guidance is an act to prevent the proper collection the present Attorney most unusual and to himself- AT THE Resides this suppoed iccognition serious duties have fallen Under tho of taxes It has no other reason for ex- Â¬ If given at all it was present curiously mixed and wonderfully istence It is without necessity or ex was ex post facto long after the suit wnj brought to test comMunded constitution which is but cuse Tho abuses under it should long the validity of what had been dime Rut just beginning to pour its evils of tho ago have attracted tho attention of the the craze last year seemed to havo led to Stat question after question as to what Auditor and tho remarkable fact is that Â¬ to many curious if not absurd results the constitution permits and what it in year after year ono Auditor after an Hours RreakfaM from f A M Probably Regular Meals 25 Cents Meals to Order at All this came from a great indispo hibits has been poured inupon him for other has gone on paying out thousands to H a m Supper from ft i m to i i M Oys sitiou respectfully to listen to arguments nothing was settled nothing was clear of dollars for services which ahouldihave 10 a M to S i M Dinner from Open from f A M to 1J ters Lamb Fries Fish Chickens and Quails a specialty against what was supposed to be the It is safe to say that no Attorney Gen Â¬ been performed and which except for r m CUS LUIGART Proprietor popular side At all events this is what eral of Kentucky has ever hail thrust the interpretation the Auditor gave to I mean by the Governor making the upon him so many so serious and such the act would havo been performed at Tho less expense in a shorter time by another difficult questions complicated ll G JOXKS Constitution JOHN M ROSE Havo you changed your views about Attorney General was himself a leading officer Who was paid for it Nor does opinion vindicate the States member of tho Constitutional Conven Â¬ tho value of the Constitution Tho payment of these fees have officers In the most disinter- tion but has not wasted much time since Ry no means been an outrage and had some buslnew ested and painstaking way I like other its adjournment in boasting of that fact DEALERS IN and vigor of company instead of theState been in- Â¬ people I suppose tried to reach a just He is a man in the prime volved tho law would have received a conclusion respecting the merits of tho life thoroughly cutivated a natural i rFi different interpretation or it would have submitted draft before it was voted upon lawyer improved by long training a years aiwjr us ennui KENTUCKY HAZEL GREEN It seemed to me to be very much worse I student a scholar a ready debater and iccn recaieu two ment I f uitliul mt iirutnr nf mi lllMMtl lililMLV t ll am a a i i b net n jtiia aKB T t I in TV vwm i i vurrv ncompiOIO imp in The facts havo been put before this i the canvass last year Thus fitted he comes Into office at an ucm pMbcly oods Gents Clothmir Boots bh oofc iiatN for to fl nd Legislature and no adjournment should ortuuc timfor tho State CAhll at prices and sell1 wmiM Saddles Harness the way throuKb all the uimch of this lo had until the evils plain to emy ono ti 1 b ImIAII h wn ot t vi f T ii n l i misl tutio l rtMiiiirvH auie i iiurm III a have been remediedl Any revenue hill ill- JLJlui it levii iuwiv tlmn ovftv intiivA t t J a iaaj kiik 111 ti i Ja fa as aaaaim i1Mi Mttlttk nf lt r That wasgucssor on law points 01 tno most astute ihom rvu needed some amendments guaranteed as represented or money refunded 1 iuit inmim anu expensive omce-m- ner11 ninacltv u lll mt bo lnL Iv v n - Journal Tlio unveriiur nan 111 me gravcsi manNEATLY CHEAPLY and PROMPTLY EXE fore the people will wish tho Court of I I lIMb CUTED AT THIS OFFICE Send your order Appeals had knocked it out entirely in- - tier lu hi s power declared that tho Rev Subscribe now and get all the Hews I l The Greatest Effort OF Â¬ Â¬ ISBTSB 8QUALRD THE History Lexington IN -- Â¬ Louis Gus Straus owM Â¬ DPIGtaMG Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ II i That Â¬ L C STRAUS FINE LEXINGTON MnW ooH Â¬ Hi til No 12 gg fffla3 ofJuy-Ky-eJlUicl- -- -- QUINN S OINTMENT i Â¬ Â¬ ilAlD avmuaxQ Ky XSnglish Hitelien Lexington Street W Short Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ XftOSJE JOtSilGS p nam MK Â¬ a w m v J Ill lm w 1 1 a - srii c -- ir 1 - --- 1 r - w a -- w mn UUU nnTMTTrWrr lj 1 JMIr Hazel Green Herald KY CLEVELAND AS A CANDIDATE SPENCER CO0PEK Fublliher HAZEL GREEN EPISODE ON A STREET CAR The Oooil Itnprnvilnii He lliot Mniln ttou lie Tropic It is universally agreed that the de Â¬ Co at Minnea- Â¬ feat of Quay Piatt polis and of tho Hill Tammany con- Â¬ spiracy at Chicago was a great gain for decent polities It resulted in present- Â¬ dog Tho man was waiting for a car So waa tho boy So was the doff When the car camo they all took the rear plat- Â¬ form and stood there In a few min- Â¬ utes tho conductor came out collected two fares and tinkled the bell twice lie noticed the dog and turning to the man Bald Dogs arc ngainst the rules The man was deeply interested in the whito Jllm of smoke which coiled up- Â¬ ward from the end of his cigar and did not hear so the conductor touched him on tho elbow Dogs aro not allowed to ride on Btrect cars I said Did you indeed Ah and do the dogs mind it very much I wonder Tho two high school girls tittered and the boy shot a wad of pnper at a passing vehicle The conductor looked black and growled Please put that dog off will you Will I Well not if the court knows herself Well I will then and he shoved the dog off the platform slammed the door and went forward The man smiled the boy whistled the dog jumped back again and tho high school girls tittered a little more In a few minutes the conductor came out again and ho looked ugly Now look here my friend he 1 want you to understand that said I want you to put off that dog and keep him off Oh no not this evening Iliff The dog yelped and landed half way across the street Now Mr Man the next time I have to put that dog off this car Ill firo you after him and ho went for- Â¬ ward and jerked tho bell rope The man still watched the curling smoke tho boy whistled again the dog jumped back on the platform and the passengers Hmiled and nudged each other At tho next crossing tho con- Â¬ ductor burst out on the platform with tho snort of a war horse See here smarty but just then the boy jumped off called his dog and the twowent trotting down tho street The passengers roared tho man knocked the ashes off his eigar with his little finger and smiled the conduc- Â¬ tor glared at him for an instant chewed up tho rest of his sentence and jumped back to his post growling Omaha Hee Must a foolaiiyhaw The Laujcli on thn Conductor nml Knjorcil by All tho IHSNtMijctrs There was a man and a boy and a ing two candidates personally irre- Â¬ proachable Tho difference in the nom- Â¬ inations was this that Mr Harrison was put forward by a convention in which a largo number of his own oflieo holders took part and it was not a nomination of enthusiasm Its signifi Â¬ cance was tho maintenance of a respec table status quo Mr Clevelands was a nomination of preference and en- Â¬ thusiasm It is alleged however that he is not so strong a candidato as be- Â¬ fore Hut this seems to us a mistake He is a stronger candidate than ever before Certainly none of those who were mentioned as possible candidates could have impressed the country so fuvorably would The republicans huvo much preferred to see Hill or Gorman or Holes or Gray or Palmer selected because they would have been sure that none of them commanded the same respect and contldeuce Unit attend Mr Cleveland No man after his retirement from the presidency ever roso more steadily in public es His course has teem and popularity Without been simple and dignified presumption as a private citizen neces- Â¬ sarily conspicuous his conduct has been modest und quiet and as a speaker upon public occasions even when of a party charucter his tone has been that of a patriot rather than a partisan and lie has justly felt that although identi- Â¬ fied with u party the propriety of his position demanded of him something more than mere partisanship He hus confirmed this good impression by his courageous fidelity to his Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ much wider public knowledge und approval of the issues that he represents than ever before Mr Clarkson goes so far us to say that tho republican struggle will bo desperate It will not bo settled thcorotlcally but practically The individual voter will nsu whether tho cost of living has risen and whether wuges have risen proportionally Figures and statistics may be marshalled skillfully In a clever plea Hut if when the country was young and poor a very moderate rate of pro tection sufficed why when it is over llowlngly rich and prosperous is an enormous rate necessary It is to be u campaign of education but the facts ol which the poorest man is conscious will be his teachers Harpers Weekly Â¬ Â¬ us to enter upon tho campaign uitli greater personal popularity and with n A DETJROIT MIKACLE A Groat Triumph for Canadian Modical Solonco diseases peculiar to females lost of nn tit dfukicas sleeplessness loss of menWT and nil diseases arising from OTorwnV mental worry loss of vital forco etc sntd Mr Northrop tw pntcntmedfrlm but I cannot say too much In Williams Tlnk Pills Tho however claim that they are not a medicine iu tho sense in which that t3m used but uhlghli sclentlllu preparation I I dont huvo much fnlth In want to sny Particular of Ono of tlio Mont Itenmrk- tLJ Ablo Cures on Kecorri Icrrllcl liy the Detroit Ncwa A Mory Worth a the result of years of careful sludvsm Careful leruiiul peiiment on tho part of tho proVieto proprltt ft PRIVATE BUSINESS iron a Greed of tho ltcuellchirh s of tcctlon 1ro The old plea of the protectionists that the people of the country should be taxed in order thut certain lines of in dustry might be established in tlilf country and its independence of foreign makers thereby assured long since became so palpably absurd that with the exception of the tin plate infunt wt have heard nothing of it for some time Solicitous only to secure immunity from competition and indifferent as t pretenses the plea of later years hm shifted ground and has asked a continu anee of tho system in order that the manufacturers thus shielded might be able to pay to their employes the superior wages which tho workmen of this country have enjoyed under all fiscal policies They ask for such a duty upon the foreign competing articles as will compensate for the difference in the labor cost of the article made in this country Naturally then the peo- Â¬ Â¬ All right 1 understand Well do it then Wm JwrnfflKfo vQOk JST ill I lli I EVOLUTION A FAILURE No KiiclUhmnn Will Kvor Kvoluto fitting HlH Clothe Evolutions a failure said the evo Youro right lutionist dismally Theres nothing in it Let us drink ourselves to death to get even with the Â¬ Into The Writing on the Wall Y Herald own convictions notwithstanding that he was constantly declared by a large part of his party to be its candidate for the next nomination His silver letter misfit sciences was thought by democratic politicians Dont carry on like that put in friendly to him to be a wanton blow at givo evolution a his chances like his tariff message the misanthropist chance The point niay have some law Yet not only do acts of such manly in 1U nonesty and courage confirm the hold Yes cried all tho rest to the phi of a public man upon the affection of losopher who had bqen abroad and who his party but those two have been of had sprung the proposition that had so the utmost service to his party The overcome tho evolutionist State your message made it a tariff reform party syllogism again not in the air and vaguely but posi Â¬ Tho philosopher said wearily My tively and definitely giving It what it point is this I have lived In London had not had since the war a distinctive for two years For a thousand years policy in harmony with the party tradi English tailors have been making tion and free from all complications clothes according to somo fixed but growing out of the war The demo awkward ideal Tho Englishman has cratic denunciations of reconstruction never grown to fit them and is no us unconstitutional and n general pro Â¬ nearer to it than ho was ten centuries test against the republican policy of ago the war period were as futile as the Now If there were anything in democratic demand for reform in gen Â¬ evolution tho Englishman would have eral with tho democratic party as the grown In ono thousand years to fit his reform agency Mr Cleveland would trousers and his coat Hut there is not have been elected in 188 except for nothing in evolution Tho Englishman personal dissatisfaction with Mr is gradually irrowinir awav from his Maine Hut the advantage of the elec- Â¬ clothes and tho tailors ideal prescribed tion for his party was incalculable just before William the Conqueror Ills administration removed the pro- Â¬ started in tho conquering profession found distrust of the party it was will never bo fulfilled quickened by a modern progressive On tho contrary If tho world goes spirit and it gave the party n policy in on for teu million years more tho En- Â¬ accord with the convictions of an im Â¬ glishman will never evoluto into fitting mense multitude of most intelligent his clothes and patriotic citizens And when the motion was introduced This policy nevertheless it Is said Resolved that evolution is a failure defeated the party in 18S8 Hut we are tho evolutionist tho philosopher the considering Mr Clevelands personal pessimist the cynie and tho man about town whose clothes fit him all voted hold It is true that tariff reform as presented by him was defeated in 188S Aye NY Herald Hut the consequent passage of the Me Klnloy bill and tho greater general No lUaebnll Game for Him familiarity with the character and re First Merchant Pvo got a jewel of sults of the protective system produced an once boy Sacoud Merchant Keeps everything the astonishing reaction of 18U0 If tho neat about you and gota rid of unpleas Â¬ results were less apparent in 1801 there is no question of tho great advance of ant caller Plwt Merchant No not that Ho tho tariff reform sentiment since 1888 Â¬ and there is no doubt that largely behaBnt r relative in tho world cause of his Identification with it and Second Merchant How does that his constantly growing popularity Mr make him a jewel First MerchantWhy ho cant ask Cleveland was tho instinctive and en- Â¬ an afternoon off during tho baseball thusiastic choice of his party as tho season to go to his grandpjothers fu- - loader in this campaign At no point that wo can see is ho a weaker candi ueral dont you see N Y Press date but everywhere ho is stronger than in 1894 and 18SS Ho has a certain OcHoroua Mhh Thin is tho first poem I ever wrote rugged honesty and plainness of char- Â¬ lr said the caller handing a munu- - acter and speech whlolvJbivo him a pop ularity not shared by any other public script to the editor Then I could not for a moment think man Tho republican papers ridiculo idolaters ft taking it from you replied tho gen- - his friends aathey sneer IsHut tho fcol produced by at which ros editor handing it back Hrook Ingfrank integrity which justifies and a y Life invites entire confidence Ho seems to Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ pie of this country who are thus asked to contribute by indirection of their earnings to make up this difference have a right to ask of these manufac turers to state what is the coat of the labor In the articles made by them Unless this is known how can a com If it n pensatory duty be calculated known then the duty can be laid with Â¬ Â¬ approximate accuracy On the steel rails and plates manu factured in Mr Carnegies works the McKiulcy bill lays a tariff to compen sate for the difference in labor merely of course of from 11544 to SIS a ton The congressional committee investi gating the labor troubles having their source in the proposed reduction of wages were naturally anxious to deter mine the justice of both a reduction and a resistance and ascertain the labor cost per ton of the production of the mill that it might bo made clear whether Mr Carnegie was paying hi workmen wages commensurate with the duty laid on imports of steel plates Mr Frieic the manager of tho works was summoned before the committee and What is the cost asked by Mr Oates at Homestead to produce a ton of steel Considering that Mr Frieks company has received from congress authority to tax the consumers of steel plate to com pensate for the mere labor cost of his product the impudence and assurance Said he to of his reply is astounding Mr Oates That 1 must decline to an swer That is going into private busi As we read further in the ex Â¬ ness amination the statement of a roller in the llli inehmill who testified that the cost for skilled labor in a ton of steel is S1VJ we can readily understand why Mr Frick declined to give the labor cost of the product It would have stripped bare and naked the gross greed and selfishness of the beneficiaries of protection Sf Paul lllobe NOTES AND OPINIONS Carnegie and Frlclc have succeed cd in placing Pennsylvania in the list of doubtful states St Louis Republic Thanks to a democratic legislature and a democratic governor tho protec- Â¬ ted manufacturers of New York state must rely on tho lawful authorities to preserve order and cannot employ Albany Argus Plnkerton specials Tho force bill plunk in the Min neapolis platform looks pretty small when compared with the nomination of a union soldier for governor by tho Arkansas democrats and of an ccuu by federate for congressman-at-largthe peoples party in Kansas St Louis Republic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ o ysto practlco for years before SoouS Drtroit Midi Jan 20th 1602 A case that general a sale Mr Northrop thern u ho is living example that hun jasteoaie to light here the particular nothing to equul theso pill as a cure Tf of which nre published in tho Evening nerve discuses On inquiry the writer found News which will bo rend with considerable thut these pills were mnuufucturcd by Dr iatoroHt by all Canadian as it records tlio Williams Medicine Co Sahnootady N v romarlcablo nchlcvemont of a Canadian nnd Prockvllle Out nnd tho pills BVJ medical discovery which has already in Its sold In boxes never in bulk by the hun own country won great ami enduring dred at VI cents a box and limy be hadnf fame At this nddd triumph thcio is no all druggists or direct by WilUums Medicine Co from oltherXJSfc doubt the fallow countrymen of tho pro- Â¬ mldrcsKus The price at which theso Dill prietors will rejoice as it sheds lustre on are sold makes u conrsoof treat iiientvthh Cunuaiitn science The Btory is told by tho them comparatively inexpensive ai com pared with other remedies or medical News as follows This case is one of the moit The following puragrnph which appeared treatment in the News a short tune iuo furnished the remarkable on record and ns it Is one rirht hero a thousand basis or tlds Information- a ensu that wnt away init Detroit and notverified Mr miW can bo easily Nor o wonderfully rcumrluiblo thut it demand tliup is very well known to tho pooplo of cd further explanation It fs or sufficient Detioit und he Buys ho is only too glHdto iinportnnco to tho News renders to report testify or tho marvelous pood wrought in It to them fully It was so Important then his curb He says he considers it his duty that it attracted cousHernhlu nttouthm at to help all who nre similarly afflicted bv nnv in behalf the time The following Ik tho paragraphia word ho can say Williams of Iho wonder ful citieuey of Dr Tlnk Tills question C ii Norlhrop forSS yenrs one of the A FORGOTTEN PEOPLE best known inoiehiiiitH on Woodward av- Â¬ enue who was supposed to ho dying hiht Kxplorlng tlio IlmiiiM of the Ancient Clin spring of locomotor ataxia or creeping par- Â¬ Duellers alysis haN secured a new lease of life and Hut If we turn to tho sycamore at our returned to work at his store The disease ban always been supposed to bo incurable bach there is yet more of human interbut Mr Nortlirops condition Is greatly Im Â¬ est Tehind the gray debris of the cliff proved and it looks now as if the gnivo gapes the low arched mouth of a broad would bo cheated of its prey cave It is a weird place to enter un Shire that time Mr Northrop has steadily der tons that threaten to fall at a improved not only In looks but in condithere have been others hero tion till he hus regained hit old tune breath but before us As the vyi- grows wonted to strength Jthas tieenhiuted to tho writer of thin the gloom it makes out a Hat surface article who was acquainted with Mr beyond There forty feet back from Norlhrop that this miraculous change had the mouth a strong stone wall stretches been wrought bv a very simple remedy across the cave and about in its center culled Dr Williams Pink Tills for Palo is one of the tiny doors that were char- Â¬ People When asked about it Mr Northrop when a door Â¬ fully vertlied the stateneut and not only acteristic of the southwest way big enough to let in a whole Apacjio sobulhe had taken pains to in form an one at a time was unsafe So the fortr who was KiinVrmi in a siiuilir manner when he hoard of any such case Mr Nor house balanced on thecliiV rim between throp was enthusiastic at ho result in his two abysses and the houses nestled in own ease of Dr Williams Imk Tills It crannies of the bald precipice were nob was a remedy that he hud heard of alter ho enough they must build far in tho had tried even thing he could hope to givo very caves him relief He had been In the care of itio That wall shuts off a large low dark best pli skians who did all they could to al- room Hcyond is another darker and leviate this terrible malady but without any avail He had given up hope when u safer and o on To our left is anothei friend in loikport N Y wioto him of tho wall in the front of another branch of ease of a person there who had been cured tho cave and in that wall is a little ia similar circumstances by Dr Williams token from the dead past When I went Pink Pills for Tale People Tho person there in June isll my llashlight failed cured at Loolipirt had ohtauiQd his infor Â¬ and 1 lit a dry inlrana to explore during mation respecting Dr Williams Pink Tills the hour it would take the lens to study from an article published in the Hamilton The case was called Tlio out part of the cave in that gloom vnl Out Tiin Hamilton Miracle and told the story of a suddenly the unaccustomed tears came in my eyes for on the ilinty mortar of man in tluiLuty who nitor almost inoml lblo suffering was proiiuimred by tlio most that strange wall was a print made eminent physicians to be incurable and per when that mortar was fresh adobe mud manently disabled He hud spent hundreds at least five hundred years ago maybe of dollars in all sorts of treatment and ap Â¬ several thousands the perfect imprint pliances onlj to bo told in the end thut of a babys chubby hand And of that there was no hope for hun and that cure was Impossible The person alluded to child whose mud autograph has lasted Little William perhaps as long as Ciesars fame who Mr John Marshall or may have wrought as deep impression Hamilton XhiU was a member ofth Ht lloval Templars of Tciimeraiirc and alter on the history of his race as Ctesaron having bcouronolmeeufneVinunontly ills- - the worlds we know no moro than that wuUOICU ami iiicurauie ny me iiiymi-iuiicareless hand print nor never shall pnid the 1000 disability insurance provided know by tlio order for its members in such eases This left hand cave is particularly For ears Mr Marshall had been utteily full of interest and is probably the best to drug him liolplcs and was bnruly able of self around his house with fhcaid of crutch remaining example of this class agonies were utmost unbearable home making by the so called Cliff es His WitU its numerous wind and life was a burden to him when at last dwellers relief came Koino months after he hud ings and branches it is hundreds of feet been paid the disability claim he heard of in length and its rooms formed by Dr Williams Pmlc Tills and was induced to cross walls of masoury extend far into txyitlioiiuftrho result was miraculous M tho heart of the hill and directly under fnost froia the oun ot tin improvement was the fort house It seems to have been noticed wid in a few mouths tho man fitted for the last retreat of tho people whouiiiriftficul experts laid said was incurable was poing about tue city healtmcr and in casojjhe fortress and the clltf houses It was Mr Marshall was were captured by an enomy stronger than before bo well known in Hamilton that all the city well stored with cornwhose mummied newspapers Wrote up Viis wonderful recov- cobs are still there ami equally ery in detail and it was thus us before had abundant water The stated that Mr Northrop catW Into well seems to have no outlet the only pot session of the Information that beimr led to his equally marvelous recov- token of one visible from within a a little rift in the water mosses just in ery Ono could scarcely coneolvo Hut in fact there is caso more hopeless than that or Mr Nor- Â¬ front of tho eaves In this way a mysterious channel far down under throp His Injury came about Ono day nearly four years ago ho stum- Â¬ thudiiV whereby the waters of tho bled and fell the complete length of a steep lake escape to the creek In exploring fllghtvof Btalrs which wore at the rear of the main cave one hears tho sound of hlii store His head and splno wcro severe- Â¬ presently finds a ly Jnjured He wus picked up and taken to running water and one may dip a drink his home Creeping purulyslH very soon de- place where of veloped Itself mid in bpito of the moat through a hole in the limestone Hoor The course of strenuous efforts of friends ami physicians a subtorruneunvroom the terrible afiliction fastened itself upon this lonely little brook can be traced for lilin For nearly two years he was perfect Â¬ some distance through the cave below ly helpless He could do nothing to sup whose floor it runs Here and there in port his strength in the least effort Ho the rooms are lava hand mills and bat mat to be about m un invuilaa chub Ho was weak pule and fust slaking tered stono hummers and other rcUcs when his tlmolyjjnforniiitlon came thut ver Â¬ of tho forgotten people St Nicholas itably mintohedhls HTo from tho jaws of death Those who at that time suw a fco A Vegrtiibfe Compound ble old man wheeled into his store on an in On the western prairie Is found what vullds chair would not recognize the man is called the compass plant which is of now so great Ih the change that Dr Wil Tho loiih liums Pink Tills have wrought When Mr great value to travelers Northrop lenruud of the remedy that had leaves at the base of Its stem are placed cured Mr Marshall in Hamilton und the not Hat as In plants generally but in a person in LoekporU he procured u supply vertical position and present their of Dr Williams Pink Tills through Messrs edges north aud houth Tho peculiar 5 Woodwiird LHommedieu ItaBKCtt Is attributed to avenue und from tho outset found un im- Â¬ propensity of this plant leaves provement Ho faithfully adhered to tho the fact that both surfaces of its light receptivity for use of tho remedy until now ho is com- Â¬ display an equal pletely restored Mr Northrop declares whereas the upper surfaces of the that there can be no doubt us to Pink Tills leaves of most plants aro moro sensitive being tho cause of his reutorution to health to light than tho lower the leaves thus m ull other remedies and medical trcntnicut assume a vertical position and point left him In u condition rapidly going from north und south Travelers on dark bad to worso until at last it wan declared nights are said to feel tho edges of the thero wua no hope for him and he was pro- leaves to ascertain tho point of tho comnounced Incurable Ho wus iu this terrible condition when ho begun to uso Dr Wil- Â¬ pass -- Pittsburgh Dispatch liams Pink Tills and they have restored In a small theater in tho English him to hculth Mr Northrop was asked what was claimed provinces at tho close of tho third act for this woudcrful remedy nnd replied tho curtain did not drop the whole that ho understood tho proprietors claim it length but remained suspended hnll to bo a blood builder und nerve restorer on the stage lay a supplying la a condensed form all tho ele way Stretched tnry lead man As till endeavors to ments necessary to enrich the blood runturu corpse at shattered nerves and drive out dUoasu It lower the curtain failed thesopuleural In Is oluiined by the proprietors that Tlnk Tills length got up and said will cure paralysis rheumatism soiallca tones Xo rest oven in the grave nnd palpitation of tho heart hcuduchc und ull dragged tho curtain to the lloor Â¬ -- und the pills were successfully used in rm Â¬ - Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ - - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wiu-i-ic- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M g THE SOULS CKISIS IHF A r 1 By i is tho Cup With Whioh Wo Dip at II D U l t J 1 ft lvliife Water the MR tho Fountain of una to Rtfrfimnrni iur uur ST larrhml soul sermon hjr iter T DeWlUTnlmuge l numj i r stands head and shoulders other Old Testament authors in Other WW dcscrlptlvoncss of Christ trtfhctsglvcanoutlinoof our Saviours features Somo of them present as it Sre the sldo faco of Christ others a aflt of Christ but Isaiah gives us the 11 t M1 In jiiwengwi iinun u vmisu winer writers excel in somo fetpturo ftfeUigs Ezekiel moro weird David faore pathetic Solomon more epigram strength How strange it Is that mon Katie Habakkuk more sublime but can not lovo Thco men unless thou shalt help us O Lord Jfffeen you want to sco Christ com Tho diamond districts of Brazil ara fat out from tho gates of prophecy throw tho lap of tho cloak over those carefully guarded and a man docs not in all His grandeur and glory you invol-Â¬ poor things And instantly a Scotch get In thero except by a puss from tho So that if the mist enveloped and hid tho persecuted untarily tttrn to Isaiah government But tho lovo of Christ Is prppliceies in regard to Christ might be from their persecutors tho promise lit- Â¬ a diamond district wo may all enter and erally fulfilled called the Oratorio of the Messiah Whilo they are yet pick up treasures for eternity O cry the writing of Isaiah is tho Hallelujah speaking I will hear To day If yo will hear His for mercy O impenitent boul have you Chorus where- all tho batons wave and voice harden not your hearts ever Thoro all the trumpets como in Isaiah was tried the power of prayer God says Is a way of opposing tho morey of God notfc man picked up out of insignific- Â¬ Ho is loving and faithful and patient too long and then there renmtneth no He was known Do you believe that You are told that ance by inspiration When you come Into tho religious moro sacrifice for sin but n fearful Jbscphus and Philo and Christ came to save sinners Do you circle come only with ono notion nnd looking for judgment and flry Indigna- Â¬ ami honored believe that You aro told that all you uniy jor one purpose to Sirach extolled him in their writings nnd tho way tion whioh shall devour tho adversary have to do to get tho pardon of tho Gos- Â¬ to Christ When I see people critical My friends my neighbors what can I time What Paul was among the apostles pel is to ask for it Do you bellovo that about sermons and critical about tones say to induce you to attend to this ma- Â¬ Isaiah was among tho prophets At mytlmoH tho olubs or verbin My text finds him standing on a men como to him and say O Lord I of voice and critical ubouthcrmonic de- Â¬ tterto attend to It now Tlmo i fly dungen wore all tho rago A student mountain of inspiration looking out know Thou canst not lie Thou hast livery they make me think of a man in Ing flying tho city clock jolulng my who did not belong to ono of them was into tho future beholding Christ ad- Â¬ told me to como for panlon and I could prison Ho Is condemned to death but ofllco this moment seeming to say to much despised vancing and anxious that all men get it I come Lord Those verblndungon were divided Koep Thy prom- Â¬ an officer of tho government brings a you Now is tho tlmo Now Is tho might know him His voice rings down ise and lilwrato my captive soul Into two different classes suoh whoso O put It not off I pardon nnd puts It through tho wlckot tlmo Oh that you niicrht hnvc an altar in of tho prison and says the ages Seek yo tho Lord while Ho Why should I stand here and pload members accepted a duel when offered Hero Is your Oh maybe found says some one the purlor in tho kitchen in tho store pardon Como and get it What and you sit thoro It is your immortal and such who did not Tho first class were called that times Is a No my in tho Do you expect mo will be verblndungon never tako that I hearer was for olden traveled in other come barn for Christ manger willing to offered with such to volco as youpanlon soulis nIt soul soul that shall appear dloÂ¬ or honorable honorable secondblasen again to the If you have clubs the to hoar boa that must soon have It lands you have taken a circular letter prayer He would como in your placo with such an awkward manner as you foro God for rovlowal Why throw or bubbles and their members cam- Â¬ of credit from Knmn of business as He confronted Matthew have Tho honorablo clubs nro again I would rather dio than so com- - awny your chnnco for Heaven Why els h vr St Petersburg or tho tax commissioner plungo off into durknoss when all tho divided into corps and lnndsmann If n measuro promise my rhetorical notions Ah Venice or Romo or Antwerp or Paris should como boforo congress that you tho man does not say that ho takes It gates of glory aro opon Why becomo schaften tho names of which wore you presented that lottcr and got finan- Â¬ thought would ruin tho nation how you It is his life Ho doos not caro how it a castaway from God when you can sit derived from tho names of old German cial help immediately And 1 want would send in petitions and remon- Â¬ is handed to him And If this morn- Â¬ upon the throne Why will yo dlo countries for Instance Suevla Fran you to understand that the text in- strances And vet there has been ing that pardon from tho throne of miserably when oternal life is offered conia Snxonlu Borassla and so forth stead of being appropriate for ono nge enough sin in your heart to ruin It for- Â¬ God is offered to our souls should we you and it will cost you nothing but The bubbles arodlvlded Into bursehun or for ono laud is a circular letter for ever and you have never remonstrated not seize it regardless of nil criticism fellowships and simple just willingness to accept it Como schaften vereins or clubs which may be vory all ages and all lands and wherever it or petitioned against it If your physi- Â¬ fooling that It is a matter of Heaven or for all things are now ready Como is presented for help tho help comes cal health failed and you had the hell Christ Is rady pardon is ready Tho nice million t amount to very much in Seek ye the Lord whilo He may be means you would go nud spend the A But I come now to tho last part of my church is ready Heaven is ready the eyes of nn honorablo studont summer In Germany and tho winter in text It tells us when we are to seek You will never find a moro convenient student who gives you his left cheok found I como to day with no hair spun Italy and you would think it a very tho Lord season 11 you snouiu live nxty years when you havo slapped him on tho rlprht Whilo Ho may bo found theories of religion with no nice dis- Â¬ cheap outlay if 3011 had to go all around When is that Old age You may not more than this very one Rejoot this ono may make a good prcachor in after life as a studont ho hardly deserves tinctions with no olabonitc disquisi- Â¬ tho earth to tret back vour nhvsical see old age To morrow You may and you may dio in your sins tions but with a plain talk on tho mat health Have you over made any effort not sco to morrow Why do I say this Is It to frighten any recognition and you have a right To night You ters of personal religion I feel that the any expenditure any exertion for your may not see to night Now 0 if I your soul Oh no It Is to persuade to slap him right and loft Tho finest verblndungon aro the sermon I preach this morning will bo immortal and spiritual health No could only write on every heart in three you I show you tho peril I show you the saver of life unto life or of death you have not taken one step the escape Would I not be a coward corps The princes of our royal houno capital letters that word beyond all excuse If believing that havo all been corps studenU In Romo unto death In other words the Gos0 that you might now begin to seek now pel of Christ is a powerful medicine it after God with earnest prayers this great audience must soon bo launch Â¬ and Berlin Thero are corps which re Sin is nn awful disease I hear peoSomo cither kills ur cures There are those of you have been working foryonrsnnd ple say with the toss of the head and ed Into the eternal world and that all ceive as members only tho highest aris tocracy princes counts barons ote who say O yes Im a who believe lu Christ shall bo saved I would like to bo a Chrisyears for the support of your families with a trivial manner tian I have been waiting a good whilo Have you given one half day to the sinner Sin is an awful disease is and that all who reject Christ will bo My corps Kranconla was a corps moro It for tho right kind of influence to come working out of your salvation with fear leprosy It is consumption It is all lost would I not be the veriest coward on account of its principles of students anil still you nro waiting You came hero this moral disorders in one Now you know on earth in hide that truth or to stand honor than on account of tho nobility You are and trembling wiser in worldly things than you are in morning with earnest purpose I take there is a crisis in a disease Perhaps before you with a cold or oven a placid of its members Although wo wore you have had some illustration of it in manner My dear brethren now is tho most of us sons of high stato oflioluls iuuKiuus uungs Anil yet there arc it as nave come hither witn an earn- Â¬ army ottlcers etc thero were never Â¬ day of your redemption your family men who say they are waiting to get est purpose and we meet face o face to heaven waiting It is very certain that you and 1 must theless some of tho most noble and Sometimes the physician has called and I tell you first of all if you- want waiting but not with intelligent waiting or they would to find the Lord you must pray uud and ho has looked at the patient and soon appear before God In judgment valiant and hlghly estcomed fellows In said Ret on board the line of Christian in- Â¬ pray and pray That case was simple enough Wo can not escape it The Bible says the corps sons of simple citizens l very eye shall iej Him and they bakers shoemakers and soon Bravorv I remark again fluences that would bear them into the but tho crisis has passed If you had you must seek the Kingdom of God Lord through Hlblo study The Bible called on me yesterday or this morn Â¬ also which pierced Him and all tho was the first paragraph iii our eodcM of honor A duel was offered the shall Now you know very well that to is the newest book in the world ing I could havo cured the patient Oh It kindreds of On earthday wall becauseÂ¬ on tho slightest pretence nnd occepted of Him A word a that is is too late nowthe crisis has passed all our advan seek u thing is to search for it with you say it was made hundreds of J ust so it is in the spiritual treatment tages will come up for our glory or for look a gesture wan sometimes sufficient earnest endeavor If you want to see a years ago and the learned nuin of King certain man in London and there is a James translated it hundreds of year of the soul there is a crisis Before our discomfiture every pruyor every toopenhostlllticH which ended in aduel every exhortatory remark Those duels aro fought with throe 1 confute matter of much money connected with ago that idea by telling that life After that life O my dear sermon every reproof every call of grace and different weapons the rapier a straight your seeing him nndyou can not at you it is not five minutes old when God brother as you lovo your soul do not whilo the Heavens aro rolling away sword which inflicts only slight wounds first find him you do not give up the by His blessed spirit retranslates It let tho crisis pass unattended to There are some here who can remem like a scroll and the world Is being de Â¬ mostly In tho face and on tho head search you will in the If You look in the directorv but into the heart can not find his name you go in circles seeking of the way of life through ber instances in life when if they had stroyed your destiny and my destiny which are not protected then tho Alas nlus if on saber a regular cavalry sword with a v acre you think perhaps lie may nun Scripture study implore Gods lfght to bought a certain property they would will bo announced A few acres that day It Is found that we havo neg Â¬ broad blade a very dangerous weapon fflc and having foTiud the part of the fall upon tht page you will fiud that have become very rich We may throw which under circumstances causes a city where ho lives but perhaps not these promises are not one second old that would have cost them almost noth lected these matters knowing tho street you go through and that they drop straight from tho ing were ottered to them They refused them oil now Wo can not then Wo deadly result and the pistol Pistol duels are very scarce and oc- Â¬ them Afterward a large village or city will all bo In earnest then But no street after street and from block to throne of God into your heart sprang up on those acres of ground anil pardon then No otter of suhation cur seldom between students but only lock and you keep on searching for Thero are many people to whom the then No rescue then Driven away between army ofilcersaud students but weeks and for months liible does not amount to much If they see what a mistake they made in in our wickenness banished exiled mostly on account of offenses given not buying the property There was You say It is a matter of 10000 they merely look at the outside beauty an during the one years military service opportunity of getting It It never forever whether I soo him or not Oh that why it will no moro lend them to came back again Ami so it is in regard men were as persistent in socking for Christ than Washingtons farewell ad About as Usual Public Spirited I had six raplor duels and ono with tho ton mans spiritunl and eternal fortune Citizen who has made sundry dona Â¬ saber Being a very good swordsman wist Had you one half that per dress or the Ivorun of Mohammed or tho There is a chance if you let s sistenco jou would long ngo have found Sinister of the Hindoos that go tions to colleges and hospitals Any I escaped with a few light scars on my It is tho in- perhaps it never comes back Certainly mall of Importance this morning Wil Â¬ head over which the moss has grown Him who is tho joy of the forgiven ward light of Gods word you mustgot iniUanapolls News liam Private Secretary Nothing but sinco spirit We may pay our debts wo may or die I vent up to tho church of the that one never comes back is a time which mercy has set that weekly paper from Pennsylvania Thero attend church we limy relieve tho poor Madeleine in Purta and looked at the CmiMilm fito that wo may bo public No circu- Â¬ benefactors and yet doors which were the most wonder- Â¬ for leaving port If you are on board lars comes every Saturday Young Mr FIddlobaek Is Miss Red or any thing of that kind all our life disobey tho text never seek fully constructed I ever saw and I before that you will get a passage for No bud nt homo Hod never gain Heaven stayed thero 11 whole week Heaven If you are not on board you sir Nothing except three peeks of beg Â¬ Oh that tho could have Servant She Is sir but tho minister ging letters Thero wasnt quite as As In 8Ptrit of God would help this morning but I had only a little time so having miss your passage for Heaven is talking to her just at present sir whilo I try to show you in carrying out glanced at the wonderful carving on law court a case is sometimes ad many of them this morning as usual FIddleback Oh nllrlght Dont wako the Idea of my text first how to seok tho doors I passed in nud looked at journed from term to term and from No work for mo to day sir Then Ill her up Life go to the ball game Chicago Trithe Lord and in tho next place when tho radiant altars and the sculptured year to year till the bill of costs eats up Jj seek Him Lord while dome Alas that so many stop at tho the entire estate so there are men bune Seok ye the IliinnliiK No HUUn o may bo Miss Doggett to man who has re-Â¬ outside door of Gods holy word look who are adjourning tho matter of re- Â¬ found Customer I am going to got married 1 Heros a dollar In this sjilt remark in tho first placo you nro to ing at tho rhetorical beauties Instead ligion from time to time and from year turned her lost pet I hope Pido didnt glvo seek tho Lord through earnest anil be Â¬ of going in and looking at the altars of to year until Heavenly bliss is the bill my good man Tailor If thats tho case sir youll lieving prayer God is not an autocrat sacrifice and the domo of Gods mercy of costs the men would have to pay you much trouble Man Ivlth tho air have to pay for It now Puck r a despot on a throno with his arms and salvation that hovers over every for It of a martyr Thot same ho did mum Why defer tho matter O my dear 01 had to keep him toled oop in th col i A w fill resting on brazen lions anJ a sentinel penitent and believing soul Have you any Idea that sin lar an sit there and watch him all day Sad about Hicks If you merely want to hearer lacing up and down at tho foot of tho 0 my friends What was that throne God is a Father seated in a study the laws of language do not go will wear out that it will evaporate or hed a broken loose and run back Swallowed his teeth anil bit a hole bower waiting for his children to como to tho Itiblc It was not made for that that it will relax Its grasp that you home may find religion as a man accidentally Rad climb on His knee and get His kiss Tuko Howes Elements of Criticism Judge Askor Why Is It that saloons aro In his liver Ah no No man always so JJIble for finds a pocket book ad His benediction Prayer is the cup It would bo better than tho abundant in tho neighbor Â¬ Sho I shall never forgot this ever became a Christian by accident or hood of a courthouso with which wo go to tho fountain of that If you want to study motapl For night and this ball by the relaxing of sin The embarrass Â¬ the most natural reason Tusker Ho Toll mo living wator and dip up refreshment slcs better than tho Hlblo will bo tho in tho world why ments nro all tho tlmo increasing Tho Isnt it expected She And thut last waltzi f a thirsty soul Grace does not como writings of William Hamilton Hut If that peoplo who aro He You delight me to the heart as wo set a cask of water you want to know how to have sin par- Â¬ hosts of darkness aro recruiting and balled out will want to fill She And up tho first you He You entrance mol Thou w oatch tho rain in a shower It is a doned and at last to gain tho blessed tho longer you postpone this matter chance they got Yonkers Gazette l have Impressed you Yes She Pdly fastened In tho throno of God ness of Heaven search tho Scriptures tho stcepor tho path will become I Irish Time Pat Sure tolmo was Youve about broken two of my toes ask those men who nre before mo this which we pull bringing tho blessing For In them yo havo eternal life invintod in Ireland Jeweler Why do 1 do When people nre anxious nbout their morning whether in tho ten or fifteen you not caro so much what pasture Pleasant 51 th Athoma You think so Pat Bcgorra dyoz bo years they havo passed In tho postpone Â¬ t tuko isi prayer nor how largo nn souls and there are some utieh here to told Mrs Kawler I was In tnow ment of tliAso matters they havo come afther thlnkln its name would bo Mount of volco you use Yon might day thero aro those who rocommond oclock if it didnt come from tiio Yism and she do be down stairs nmvP IM down on your faco boforo God if good boolcs That is all right ilut I any nearer God or Heaven Toll hor Ill be right down What did owld sod Jewelers Weekly I would not bo afraid to challenge you did not pray right inwardly and want to tell you that tho Ulble is the who say when you told her I was inV this wholo audience so far as they may Wo havo ut hist discovered tho roa- there would bo no response Yon might best book under such circumstances Sho said in hhod Jiivor have called Uv at the top of your voice and unless Baxter wrote A Call to tho Uncon Â¬ not nave fauna tho peace of tho Gospel KOIl iriititlmnmi nt flin nmumt 1nr ain if shed fought sol Botitqu y0 ws our hearts t M u i nn nnim r 411 yHi had a believing spirit within your verted but tho Blblo is tho best call to In regard to that matter I wonder what thatnuwpcrfurfle Philip Doddridge you are willing frankly to tell me nro Rtttntiy bent upon pleasure Wo hope UT would not go furthor than tho shout tho unconverted a plow boy to his oxen Prayer must wrote The Rise and Progress of Relig- Â¬ becoming harder and harder and that they will not bo atraiirhtencd by clr Is that Mrs Jacobstoln uses Scent if you come to Christ it will be moro of cumhtniivf by Ulloving per scent most llkoh Eunay Lollea earnest loving You oro ion lu tho soul bit tho Bible is the Lflwiah ffcove I itoand7 rtio sermon solcctcd for this week is The Souls Crisis from Isaiah 5tlcd Seek ye tho Lord whilo He may mt Ti lU OUS0SOInc summer shower comes upand a bird day and a affrighted darts into tho window and around the room You seize wl coin smooth its ruffled plumage YoufcJ ta uttering heart You say Poor th trig poorthlngl Now a prayer out of the storm of this world Into goes the T window of God i vj caicncs ifi04feo1 u ists owntaring pulse and wmibun bosom of afTcc- nun onu saloty Prayer Is a warm ifln iut exercise It I the cleric baUery h eh touched thrills to the throne of Ood It Is tho divlmr lw11 l M1 o down into the depths of Gods mercv ami bring up pearls of great price I hero is nn instances where prayer made tho waves of Gonnesarot solid as gran to pavement O how many wonderful tilings prayer has accomplished nave you over tried it In thn iW i the Scotch Covenanters were persecuted ami the enemies were after them one yi uio jieau men among the Covenan- Â¬ ters prayed 0 Lord we bo as dead 4 i -- - iqy Bible And his eomrado found tho Bible und read him a few of tho gra- Â¬ cious promises and tho dylngsoldior said Oh thats what I want Thero Isnt anything llko tho Hlblo for a dying nuiuior is mere my comrade O blessed book while we live Blessed book when we die I remark again wo must seek God through church ordinances What say you cant a man bo saved without going to church I reply there nro men I suppose in glory who have never seen a church but tho uhureh Is tho ordained means by which wo nro to boi brought to God and if truth affocts us when we nro alone it aiTeota us BtiU moro mightily when we aro in tho assembly the feelings of others em- Â¬ phasizing our own feelings Tho great law of sympathy comes into play and a truth that would take hold only with tho grasp of a sick man beats might- Â¬ ily against tho soul with a thousand best rise and progress John Angell iuiuii wroiu AUVtCQ to tlui Aiivmm Inquirer but the lllblo U tho best ad vice to the anxious Inquirer llll1 mo uiu diuid is Al very booit you need anxious and inquiring soul A dying soldier said to his mate Com- Â¬ rade give me a drop Tho comrade shook up the canteen and said Thero isnt a drop of wator In tho canteen Oh said the dylngsoldior thats not what I want feel in my knapsack for an undrtnklng now than it over would have been before Oh flv for refmml Tho avenger of blood U on tho track j Tho throne of judgment will soon bo set and if you havo anything to do to-Â¬ ward your eternal salvation von hnil better do it now for tho redemption of the soul Is precious nnd oensoth forovor Oh If men could only outoh just ono glimpse of Christ I know thoy would love him Your heart leaps at tho sight of a glorious sunrise or aunsot Can you bo without emotions as tho Son of Righteousness rises behind Calvary and seU behind Josephs Hopulcher Ho is a blessed Saviour Every nation has its typo of beauty Thero is German beauty and Swiss beauty and Italian beauty and English beauty but I caro not In what land a man first looks at Christ ho pronounces him chief among ton thousand nnd tho ono altogothor lovoly 0 my blessed Jesus Light in darkness Tho rock on which I bulldl Tho Captain of salvation My joy My 1 HE MUST HAVK OARf 1 I floriunnr Jfo Mnh During tho tlmo between the amlnntlou nnd immatrlouUtlod a a Herman university bxM Prof Schllonen 4tho young student is called a mulo because he ia neither an turf nor a horse but something ImIwm both But when ho h smart wuntffk to enter one of tho students ilbelitieV or vcrbindungon lie la called a fox you would call It freshman becomes later on a burned fpx whlqh indicates that ho has Inien in tho flro then a fellow and gradually rises to tho different honors in his corpe or olnbn for ma jor who educates tho young fresh Â¬ man in drinking fenoing major who drills tho foxes In tho uso of the rapier and sword and senior or mosshoad after ho has been in Iho oorps fordtalf a century Each fox chooses a follow or a moss head to whom ho attaches himself with body and soul for whdirt Hooea on errands whoso boots ho blacks whoso dobU he pays whoso correspond- Â¬ ence ho writes for whom ho learns and puts down tho lectures for whom in short he does everything short of stealing and murdering Tho follow in his turn protects his fox or as ho is culled his body fox in quarrels of all sorts accepts duols for him makes his cause his own whenever tho fox Is too inexperienced to stand his own ground and is like an elder brother to him Friendships like that aro to last a life- Â¬ Â¬ Intll lit In n Xe4 fUMritmt Una Vauftht linl-inr-liriii- c uk Â¬ N-O- -W Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- ii j M w n i country ami every man who in tnterebtel faires in this citv hits liiid pcvcriil eon aaaLLLB aaaaLLH in the luiprovciitoiit of live stock should Terences with the Secretary ni fetate this week but nothing is known ot their na SPENCER COOPER Editor Hiibivribc for it 0 ture further than that they related to o o nffi TliK Lexington Transcript of Satur the Canadian canal question By the pay contained a lengthy opinion from way the question which according to J Proctor Knott upon the action of Gov prcss reports has caused so much excite Hanufaclurinsr Iswd i Brown in vetoing the Revenue and other ment in Canada is regarded with very Cures nil DISEASES by ornishi the body 3S E MAIH STREET bills Mr Knott is conceded to be the little interest here to absorb OX Yd EX It in it home treat- The precedents of u century in the meiit No greatest constitutional lawyer in Ken- Custom touts Squire HKZiLw shock mFr BLLaV liLLrf9BaBEBwlLBBVfc tucky and the fact that he proves the Postolllce department have been over- or doctor needed no danger as No medicine1 for circular Wiitc to LEXINQTON Governor wrong by citation of the best turned by an opinion of the Attorney and testimonials from tliu best people nil HAZEL CREEN KY authorities has put the people to think Â¬ General concerning the tenure of office over iiiu country Sept 2 1892 ing that Brown is himself responsible for of postmasters nominated during a re much of the needles expense now being cess of Congrcs who fail of confirmation by tho Senate at the ensuing session saddled upon the dear old State 4th aud Jcilerson ntreets Louisville Ky MaMaMaaHaklaH WATCHES DEMOCRATIC TICKET The Attorney rules that such postmasters o o Admitting that Gov Rrowu was right shall continue to hold office until succe For President iu vetoing the Revenue and Taxation sors shall be nominated and have quali CLOCKS GROVER CLEVELAND bill it does look a little peculiar that he fied Tho opinion holds that the legal Of New York should have failed to see the defects in expiration of the postmasters commis For Vice President the law until the appointment of the sion brought about hy the adjournment Solid Sillier ADLAI E STEVENSON Auditors agents was denied him Now of the Senate which fails to act upon wHf Mlr9Mhki VtHkW AND or Illinois viewing his action without prejudice i his nomination leavse the po tmaster OK Optical Goods it not a little bit startling that he only in exactly the same position as the JUDICIAL TICKET discovered the sore spots after the Gen- Â¬ expiration of a regular four year com For Circuit Judge eral Assembly authorized the appoint Â¬ mission postmaster for the sixty D B KEDWINE ing of these agents by tho Auditor only I days or until his successor qualifies Of Breathitt Countv When it was written Brown youve The opinion was given iu the case of the HUClt AH got em the Revenue bill was all right colored man Hill the confirmation of COUNTY TICKET ALE CATALOGUES Brown youve lost whose nomination to Im postmaster at when it appeared For Circuit Clerk MINUTES Vicksburg Mississippi is understood to em the Revonue bill was all wrong JONAS F VANSANT PROGRAMS have been prevented by ex Senator Bruce PAMPHLETS For Sheriff WASHINGTON LETTER also colored ENVELOPES GEORGE W DRAKE LETTER HEADS MT STERLING KY Wabhinoton August 2G There is NOTE HEADS POWELL COUNTY BILL HE DS Dowx in tho Third Congressional dis- nothing more farcical in the Govern- Â¬ lloweu IIiuxum jjr 2rConsininents of produce nnd the STATEMENTS trict the Republicans will Hunter Dem- Â¬ ment service than tho committees that patronage of Mountain Merchants respect The new firm opened their doors lntt SALE BILLS ocratic Goodnight and find a porpotual are from time to time appointed by the fully solicited jel4ly DODGERS heads of the several departments to de week sleep after the 8th of November CARDS Mrs Lena White returned to her home o viso ways aud means of reducing the TAGS o o oxpeusea of some particular bureau aud at Irvine last week accompanied by c Ac Over in Elliott county there is an Mrs Joel Chenault of this place attempt to move tho county seat from increasing the efficiency of its work SM Executed with neatness and dis W1NCHE TEK KY Hon C R Brooks of Mt Sterling Sandy Hook to one of three other places Theso committees composed usually of patch and at the lowest prices the class of employes to whom any radi- Â¬ spoke at this place Tuesday 28d inst and in consequence there is much bitter consistent with good material X II WITHEKSPOON President cal change in the time honored red tape Thore was a large crowd present and first class workmanship ness of feeling KI II UNTEK Cashier o Wa Coukt Comparison and departmental customs would appear sac- Â¬ o o Hon M C Lisle of Winchester pass ClIALLKNOK COMIM rriTION Paid up Capita Wk acknowledge tho receipt of a cata- rilege waste a few weeks time in pre ed through here on the 2Gth inst en 20000000 When you want any printing logue of tho Beattyvillo Fair to bo held paring a report recommending the cut- Â¬ Surplus 6000000 of any kind at any time call He was thrown from a route home Soptember 20 21 22 and 23 and take ting off of some trifling item of expense horse in on or address This Hank solicits the accounts of mer Â¬ Breathitt county and very badly chants farmers traders and business men SPENCER COOPER the opportunity to thank Secretary Jas and the work of retrenchment is conhurt generally throughout Kastern Kentucky Hazel Green Ky R Dorman for a complimentary ticket sidered done until another Secretary and orlers its customers every facility rihI A protracted meeting was begun at to the exhibition the most liberal terms within the limits of comes in and appoints another commit- Â¬ Cane creek church last Friday night by legitimate hanking o octt8lv tee composed iu all probability of the o o f Rev Mr Young of Madison county The report that Senator Quay is now same men to go through the same farce DAILY LINE The meeting will continue during next in Florida for his health pictures him as One of these committees was recently week having MT STERLING KY air when he appointed by tho Secretary of tho Treas- Â¬ BETWEEN August 29 Guarantee is questioned about tho success of tho ury for the purpose of revising the roll Capital 200000 Suiiplus 30000 Republican party Thats a Quay way of employes of the Bureau of Engraving ana MORGAN COUNTY to treat the administration J M lUCSTAFFTPreMoVnt and Printing and recommending an ad- Â¬ G L KIUKPATltlCK Vice President afnjrtourn Mlille o justment of compensation and a reclassi- Â¬ o 0 ullnck leaves Itothwell every morning W W THOMSON Cashier What is tho Legislature doing Not fication of tho force and this week it Mr and Mrs E B May and little Sunday excepted at 820 mid arrives at o a thing That is as an equivalent for submitted its report a synopsis of which Carl returned Saturday from Virginia Hazel Green at fiI0 i M Leaves Hazel Werepeetfully solicit the business of meGreen every morning Sunday excepted tho amount the members draw from the appeared in the local papers under the They report a nice trip and pleasant oclock arriving at Kothwell at 240 l Mat rchants farmers traders aud hiKuness men A generally throughout Kastern B says he took in the Democrat- and connecting with the K fc S A train general hanking business doneKentucky State Treasury Tho caso on the docket head Give una cutting down expenses A visit for Mt Sterility There the K S A eon now stands General Assembly vs Gov careful reading of the long and most ic convention that nominated Cyclone uects with train for Lexington Frankfort chance to send you n bank book nay your checks aud loan you monev when in need ernor Brown and vice versa but the carefully prepared report shows that the Jim Marshall for Congress in the Tenth and Louisville ho parties can get to the W W Thompson CwiIi tax payer has to whack up all tho same recommendations of the committee which district while in Virginia His nomina- above places the same day they leave Hazel Green election o SON R S STHADER havo been approved by the Secretary tion means 2 The news comes from Washington and put into effect will result in an ap-Â¬ had tho pleasure of visiting the We k Co Successors to J A La Ladies aud children traveling without that President Harrison has lost his pet parent annual saving of the enormous home of our friend Capt George Rice LEXINGTON KY escort will be kindly cared tor We have 74 E Main Sthkkt coon Mascot That do settle it and sum of 263 It is dollars to last years last week While there he took us into old experienced drivers Wholesale Dealers in tho most sanguine man in the Republi Â¬ birds nests that tho savings of five years his vinoyard iu reality we sampled Yours respectfully TAI1011 juttStf DkIUSK can ranks must now admit that Bennys undo this retrenchment will not be some of his grapes and are now guessing Straight Kentucky Whiskies chances are quite slender Last his mas as much as the expenses attendant upon who will get the premium on grapes at cot I Well Ben youro hoo dooed THE WYTOWK fOiLL CO It is the Hazel Green fair aud the sittings of that committee Wines Brandies c no mistake Â¬ John Brown whoso sickness wo men Is running constantly and doing only when one thinks of the millions o the hest ot FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY spent each year by the Bureau of En- tioned last week through the good treat-Â¬ work at the lowest prices CIGARS AND TOKACCO Who killed old man Borden and wife Special accommodations for customers W Kindrick and kind aband Printing ment of Dr at Fall River Mass is a question as graving of a commit too that the full Â¬ nursing of MrsJ R A Childers is thought from a distance Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old surdity solemnly recomWithout detriment to our home trade Tarr ami Old Tavlor liarU to answer as the whoreabouts of mending an annual reduction ii its ex Â¬ to bo a little better though not out of lascott and Tate Miss Lizzie Borden a penses of 2T8 becomes No Bids Offered for Bad Rolls danger apparent daughter of tho old man and No man who knows anything about Born to the wife of E W Meeks a We do not make them aud have no demand to tho woman is on trial for a the mur thu methods of doing business in tho fine boy Find enclosed 50 cents for for them in our trade Cut Price House dor but no ovidence so far produced Government departments will deny that Tub Hkraid six months for E W lGr Sc 167 RACE STREET iixea tho guilt upon her THE MAYTOWN MILL CO reforms aro needed and that tho busi- Â¬ Meeks May town o P W W SIANKKK Manager nrvrrvvATr OHIOness of tho country could bo more effi XS b A 41 je7tf Mrs Katharine Cecil of Grassy Creek Now tho news comes from Middles ciently conducted aud for a great deal is visiting her brother W P Sample II on willttn borough that an immonso quarry rxnKiiwKAii shaww iiosi jtO If jou of less money than is now speut but theso aud KUY LOVES IlLANKETS SISrelatives iu town other ouyx covering 800 acres has been inrfiit nlijom PENDENS nnd all kinds of small dis reforms will never bo brought about by iul lnllllfnl covered near that place But this is Wingless wares nnd other jjoods iu Notion nn August 29 imMlliHi turtlI not tho appointment of committees every nrii IoJt Furnishing Goods Line tho first oh nix Middlerfborough ivoiiiIm jtiu my in member of which is deeply interested iu A Niw IuIima ColltK vestors havo discovered I uii illriilloii G Fkdkr II Co oh nix is maintaining the present status It is my The many friends and former pntrons s Ifrult la Lrlflr mT hSJ heard every time a man wants folrljr 300 Church Street New York rfh to dispose firm belief that if a non partisan com Â¬ of Prof Enos Spencer for several years liUllliut rrnti rjSecial nttention to mail orders if tllhrr in nha of his property at that placo it ii r u it mittee of practical business men wore Secretary and Treasurer of tho B S itllu mill utio o BEST 11 qiAUIT 0BT IS QCASTITT tflcr ImlrurClMi given the authority to go into all of the collego of Louisville will be pleased to nllt oik Initio IM Big Ike of tho Inquisition is irlouiljr Idit to Government departments investigate the know that he is now at tho head of a ram Hit Iliou tho messago Gov Brown sends tho jii lliilltrs Gen Â¬ present cumbersome methods and sub strong corporation which has opened in Itftrln tlirlr una eral Assembly Attornoy Goneral liMnlltl nlitr Hen stitute therefor those in voguo iu pro- the Louisville Board of Trado building t tir Hi II drick aud Auditor Norman and I shall mil aij nifuliH ili gressive private business establishments a strictly modern and practical business tltiimluii r TnuVTr tolerate no man or measure that inter Â¬ i w milt j uii at sv J3 tarn IllIntnl can vr hi that at least one fourth of tho present collego under tho well known nnd popullialiuoiinl feres with my aspirations to a I iliiiL a iioililnr CREAM seat in tho clerical force might be dispensed with lar namo of u Spencerian They aro at ami rciltt noth Â¬ United State Senate ing u ii a a auc At least thats and tho general efficiency of tho service tho business center connected with all mhlj yvyyVcir crtful aadllllcull Iit what ono reads bctweeu the lines Vullilur largely increased theso business tho leading business interests of the but Id I in or Dial o rqulra imicb o o men would havo to bo taken from cities tlma tlailr but an Mohello an ill shaped colt that last entirely removed from Washington influ Â¬ country nnd Prof Spencers reputation wnmi from YEARS FOR aacli tllilrlcl or as a practical business educator is all year sold as h yearling for the paltry county I hataW ences which nre always in favor of add Â¬ that is necessary to guarantee the success iaur taiif ni aud Has led all Worm Romedlos with n sum of S100 on Saturday won the ffui EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEFD llovniml a tare great ing to the number of Government em Â¬ of tho college Wo bespeak for them a millibar avha im Futurity stakes at Sheopshead Bay nakluKOTtrTbr Ihoutand IMIacaK Ytaraath AlllantTT SOLD EVERYWHERE ployes good patronage from the young men nnd ollJlura Kull partlriilm Vee lUrjrni knorril If too Prtpartdbj RICIUHDSOyTAYLOR MKH CO STtnfc 75000 in cold cash Tho eolt belongs In m no fiillbcr why un Tho International Monetary Confer women of this vicinity who desire that tonclud AlliV lly Aobarm la don AiMiia -c itmtiaiu Mulae to Wm Singerly editor of tho Philadel Â¬ enco has received another set back This quality of practical instruction which It J- P LOCKHAUT phia Record who paid 4500 for him timo it is tho prevalence of cholera iu will prepare them for good employment Tit ACTirAL last sprhig and Siugerly enough ho is as European cities wnich adds to tho diffi Â¬ and success iu lifo Seo advertisement proud of the purchase as ho is of his culty of Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers selecting a placo for tho meeting DEKTOxero paper of tho conferenco Nothing is yot known Having completed tho trado under ono o HAZEL GREEN KY hero about what tho Gladstono govern Â¬ of tho best dressmakers in tho State I KZEL KY Illacksinlthinp Of all kinds solicited anil The Livo Stock Record published at ment of Great Britain proposes doing in am now prepared to do any kind of work work promptly done We make a spccinltv Lexington Ky tho great horeo center of of building 2hnrbC wngons aud guanuiter relation to tho conference is now in this lino in good stylo and at reason pOMRS HOUSE It the 4world camo in a handsomely litho Â¬ OAaiPTON KY all work thought that it will bo lato in October ablo prices I have a full outfit for tho NOTICE All who are Indebted to the graphed cover iRst week and othorwise firm or either of us for work must coiJ aud possibly November beforo tho con Â¬ work I am alo prepared to teach any S S COMRS Proiuuetor howed many marks of progress and aud settle and cash or satisfactory terms ferenco meets instead of in September one dressmaking Your patronage is be demanded for all work done hercim prosperity The Record is ono of tho as at first Tho patronage of tho traveling nubile is supposed Thanking you for pa t patronage nun r respectfully solicited old respectfully solicited Table the best and Molting a continual and ablest stock journals iu tho ot the same we Mr Herbert tho British Chargo d Af Mrs F N Day Hazel Green Ky every attention to the comfort of guests KOSKDBniVK respectfully WM 2E 0 Hazel Green Herald i i Â¬ JApyStg r IKFIWEINTZl wmKAl Â¬ MHglMMM -- Â¬ M fl Friday Dubois webb DIAMONDS Â¬ Â¬ pmNIINUi JWLn Â¬ m Descnn Trimble Bros WHOLES GROCER S Â¬ wihchestkTbahl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ adont-care-a-dam- n Ml BOtpll m m 5 oooooaoti Traders Deposit Bank Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FARE Each Way 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ step-daugh-t- cr H G FEDER A Â¬ w ilj i r I HH HfV ij Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ for w Yeaoijm worms WHITES 20 I VERMIFUGE I WJWwgA0 1- D ROSE DeBUSK 3i5 aW triwri flRffiN V mm tm WMI WOCFECOUNTYr- Lee City LocHlettOK The school at this placo is doing well tho daily attendanco being about seven- Â¬ ty J W Tnulbeo our teacher hns em ployed W P Lacy aa assistant who seems to bo giving good satisfaction Dr J F Copo and son are visiting old friends at this placo and from our opin- Â¬ ion wo think ho would liko to bo a citi- Â¬ zen of Leo City again and visit our sick Wo always welcomo Buch men Our young friend W F Lacy who was some timo ago taken with Western fover nnd was off at onco after return ing reports almost a Ulorrlnnd O B Allen one of our enterprising farmers has moved to town to occupy his new dwelling which is a handsome Â¬ Â¬ 0i this Imnfcdlntc vidliiitv for homes in ahV Vi nrennim rtllll merchants in mc evening win mo west nnu JNortliwes t nil of whom WJHM Chichi Jolr JC51IIUll Louisville and through nre taw abiding good citizens who will fill ttTHB IIK8T MKDIUM will be missed from their respective neigh- Â¬ TLti Mountain Trade fcfch toABlVKHTlSINO HATES borhoods Truo our loss in population TltAKSIKST - ia n Bttl W iexns ami Iowa ot just that Uvcrtlscincnts inserted for less than 3 CLMls l i many persons but with our sparsely sot- ths will wo rUoa ami 25 cents an inch for each sub tied country can we bo so generous as to iSr0nt Insertion kTS ail Tiiassikst ADVKimsisa MUST spare them and maybo get nono of any tr i VOR kind to take their places Not well cer-Â¬ gTANDI0AUVBIWI8iMBSTS tainly but what can we do nbout it 7 0 i tab 12 mmouths v2 m They go where thoy will iu have the advan Â¬ J lBnf 15 OU 3 iches tage of better roads quicker communi- Â¬ it 4 iHclies 22 00 cation with the world at large and ready Inches 8 25 00 markets and better prices foe what they 6 iclies Liberal rates on larger advertisements produce and thoy should be commended m4 known on application notices to he Interspersed anionc for making this effort to better their con- Â¬ a line with a dis rMiUHR matter 10 rents It is our misfortune that wo do Jnantof 25 per cent where they run a month dition not possess the facilities they go else-or wore etc i 3c a uoiiunriin tributes of lespect where to seek ami as n nomilo wenre in n r i Vtf LOIIUI SI wiiriis i inc iiiic nun stun i e will write measure responsible While we are just with the manuscript money ibituiirlcs and jiuhlUh at 5 cents a Hue as able we lack enterprise in utilizing Marriage and death notices not exceeding the resources wo possess to enrich our- Â¬ leii lines solicited and published KlirK jTHtLIS KOK 11BOOIAK ADVBKTI8INO selves and tnnko the outsido world come nYAWBQUAIUTIllY ON DBMANI Wo lovo to boast about the coal to us SPBNVER COOPER Iddres Hazel Green Ky to be found in our hills but we nrc too lazy to dig a lump and too penurious to Mrs J F Cecil and little daughter pay freight on a load to somo city that capitalists seeing it may provide mean visited Mrs Joe Knsh last week to come and get it We mnst nwake Sun- from this lethargy and look to our own Born to the wife of Floyd Day We too must have railadvancement day August 2S a girl 8 pounds road and telegraphic facilities better Miss Minnie Day is visiting the family By a county roads and ready markets of Rev J M Little on Gillmore creek united earnest effort we can get these Dr J A Taulbee and II F Pieratt things and when we do good citizens will ilock to us not from us Unless we ire attending the Irvine convention this do make an effort to better our affairs week there is no telling where this migration John W Howerton and wife visited to the mceca of other mens making may friends in West Liberty Wednesday aud lead and the mountains around us show Thursday of this week jj rT Ulln -- Herald Escwr P f 80 In Wnlft M nit niimr iimnni inihd -- i jrw thiaWsuewe ssio tBoTlet- llWMy OF UlOrO citizens J TAYLORDAYr j jkj i dai m Vkolesalo and Retail Dealers in SI - -- FIXYD DAj aiC v Beneraifiiercnanaise HAZEL GREEN KY 1 Largest Stock and Lowest Pricis of any house in Eastern Kentucky Livo Stock Saw Logs School Claims and Country Produce taken in exchange for goods or on notes and accounts Â¬ Â¬ ri ono Â¬ Â¬ R G nnd J B Roso will start in tho morning for Louisville and will take in tho Icxiugton fair beforo they return Asa tho little son of Clay Roso was bitten last week by a poisonous snake TIIK TOPICS OP THE DAY I Men arc talking about who shall he the next Pros He is on tho mend slowly Ident Tarltl Reform vit hut tho ladles are talking or tho Flno Furnlturo and how cheap I have been where tho woodbino they cuu buy it from twiricth and the woodchuck sings 3Cy-D B Pugh of Lykins is visiting friends nnd relatives at this place I hnvc just added to my stock of General Merchandise tho laracit aud most Enclosed find throo subscriptions for complete lino or rurnlturc ever brought to tins country ami will make prices The Herald is iw s chii do una ai ti luciiesivr nr icxingion oo ooiuc una see Roods ami Tho Pugh brothers left last Friday for get prices before buying elsewhere Truly yours GEO W ROMN80N Olive Hill I am informed that Leo City is on a simitet Itag eb mi ligst QmpiQja Qp W lQbnozXp boom August 29 PiioiiiniTioN Â¬ not a human inhabitant Kro II H Little will preach the neral of Clarry RefTy at Daysborough at 3 oclock l M Sunday Sept 4 A the fu- Â¬ circular Kent uh by SupL Horton in interest of schools gees over until next week because of its late arrival contemplate exhibiting stock for premiums at the Fair should now be gettinir it in blue ribbon style Persons who Iula the little daughter ot J F Cecil of Grassy has our thanks for wnie -- Oounce apples and some nice and wife peaches Frank Johnson last week bought of six-year-o- ld John D Roe Jr a mare for which he paid to cash bay J0 equivalent Cord visited Salyersvillc and other points in Mngoflin county this week in the interest of Hazel Green Prof Academv Cox requests us to state cut fit ami make dresses and other garments and that she will be at Campton Mrs Mattic J that she is prepared to Good baron hams and first class bread corn either or both will be received as cash on subscriptions to The Hekald First come first served John Wilson LogstonJ has just been giauted a pension of 12 per month and a few days siiuv nceived a check for 278 bac pension monv Mr Bryan reprinting 1oiirtoii oc Clark Lexington and a Mr In ly of Ml StorluiL wore guests of the ie0ent louse Wodnoj av e Un SU11 Jiy Mlt aie umier many nblinl ons to Cecil of Grassy for n basket very fine apples which he brought to Jr office on Thursday morning Wanted A girl to do the cooking F A whing and ironing for a small fa nily Wages 00 per week to one who can The Georgetown colored brass band fill the bill Apply at this office has been engaged to play for the Hazel rsmn Fiir and will come here direct b F Crouch and James Hopkins of f tju Uoattwille Fair where it is uirtHm county arc visiting at Svnngn t This MHI eillfnpol to furuloli the music pnng The first ilineii cciillcinitii is ti illttlfi l n ronutatinn for the first nuit wither of Dud Cn Mich m well known It furnishes nnd nil who nt- CIIS- - muIin this section iiiiuiniil hUj tend tne nur may wxirri The tnmteH nf uuHlOil solwinl ills treat Miles Murpy ami funily of the Cn tict have jiiHt rebuilt the kjIomI unetl tlioru ahoiit ii year since iiml C Iciy neijhlorhooi on Gra wy will next where they P Kimli Doe is now teaching a good week leave f r Moody Tew locate They are irood hHiliit that place Tho district has will permanently i citizens anywhere and we bespeak for scventytwo scholars enrolled them a hearty welcome in the Lone Star hihn Amyx of iracsy was bitten on State ball if thn font by u tnpperheul y0i0 H kell atoppol in our ollicc a ike nn Monday but the fangs of the r M ig0 and told us of seeing on IV ke did not draw blood nid In has o ono u radside twentyefaht snakes in r experienced no iiiiMin piilnnco frnin 11 inl twiMitv sovei volinc n i im nn M tillilOtlultl Ill f I llcuito Ho killed the snake nones iney were oif ilo and had been killed hy some one letter from Chnrlti SivaiiLo informs cty he and his mother are vi iting at Dmiel Ioin and wife colored started J Rtler Mi Muri They were at ICtmsas Monday for IL dford Iowa which place 1 v- Editou Heiiadd Enclosed you will please find 60 cents for which you will arrival send The Hekald six months to FlorOr- Â¬ The Congressional District convention ence LeMnster Masonic Widows nnd nu t at Irvino on Wednesday of this phans Home Louisville Ky nnd oblige Annie Vansant week but as we go to press on Thursday August SO Campton it is impossible in this weeks issue to give the result It looks now like Capt c n Howies of Pike will be the nominee B C - 3 - OS work as no man can but this is guess w tell how the delegates may be manipu 3 3 mi The- Wolfe county convention lated W w Saturday instructed for Brooks and Sub- lett but as the nominating convention 3M W H will Ik held before we go to press wo deem it unnjcesMiry to publish the proceedings H CJ 5 J1 tO K Rev W E C Wright of thn Ameri- Â¬ s vi ited us last ca i Missionary Society w week and preached three powerful and ca b a On Friday sermons at Bethel hags-1mnpnilir i ronhwl at the old Bethel p AltiS illWS siUN wore tnp chrch is being erected Kentucky Training School On Sunday Childrens day was celebrat Wright Mt Sterling Ky ed at Flat Rock where Rev Rov morning and evening preached M Jone of Madison county accompaWe trust nied him with Rev F Acar he will be able to visit us again at the A practical homelike Military wheel with colleg- Â¬ dedication of Bethel church in October Number limited room lull latt year Â¬ The Western feVeT has attacked our people so strongly that it looks now like this section will soon be depopulated by the departures The Fallen brothers will have their sale tomorrow and Saturday and on Monday or in any event at an early date Howard Logan and Tom Fallen together with their families will leave for Dallas county Texas Here are twelve or fifteen people all in one bunch nndsyJieu they begin to go that That they will find way it looks scary friends in Texas is assured for Jeptha another brother who has lived there for some time stands ready with a host of friends to welcomo them to their new home Regretting to see them leave us we at the same time wish them a safe journey and a pleasant homo after their Â¬ The next session of Hnzol Green Acad emy will begin next Monday September 0 Let all who expect to attend the first term enroll on that day Do not wait until after the Fair as precious time will be lost and you can not make up for lost time Enter tho first day and you will be better satisfied with results Let those from a distance be on timo as our boarding arrangements nre perfected We cordially invite patrons nnd friends to be present at the opening Tli ii ill il est nml iiinut rollnliln xvkIpiii nf IliiRlnpRa nllppow in lin ITnltnit Rtaiou Onlv liookkecpluir nnd Sliortdinnd Bpceinilica Terms low experienced tencliem employed Itoomit on lirxt Door For full information write to ENOS 8PENCER President IJonnl of Trade LOUIBVIMK KY Mnin Street cor Third -- Bmmm mmmm Mkm 1 iKv UnU OPENS mmt f SEPTEMBER Street g 14 1802 Eight Courses of Study na follows Agrl Hure Scientific Iliologleiil Civil KiiKlnceriiiK Mcchnuicnl EiiKincering Vetorlnary County appointees received tree of tuition Hoard In dormi Claxsical Normal School or cntnloguca npply to tories -- 00 per week In private lamilies sSmi to OO JA8 K PATTERSON Ph D Lsxlngton Ky Twenty seven ProfcMors nnd Instructors Respectfully August 31 1892 Wm II Conn Principal 113 t IIB W Third CINCINNATI O Rev F Agar and wifo will hold spe- Â¬ cial gospel meetings at tho Cecil school MANUFACTURERS house near Hazel Green commencing WHOL Saturday night September 10 On tho Weproaonted by fA F BlliNKLEy following Monday Rev Agar will give his lecture in the Presbyterinn church Home Institution Spurgeon As Do Business With a Hazel Green Subject A I Saw Him As I Heard Him FEDER SILBERBERG - CO cnLWKHENP THE CLAY CITY National banK CLAY CITY KY hl Greek mmi Slfl 1898 Normal and Preparatory School NEXT SESSION BEGINS Capital FLOYD DAY 50000 S5 i - FRANK II RUSSELL Cashier lreHldent No Hank in Eastern Kentucky hns better vaults nor better facilities for keeping your account Managed entirely bvhome people who know you and who nre always ready to accommodate you to loan on reasonable rates Call on uh jlA Sept J Â¬ WSBB s At J 3r fetgffiA A KATUKAZ RMKDV FOR - - - - Epileptic Fits Falling Sickness Hyster- Â¬ ics St Vitus Dance Nonousuoss Hypochondria Melancholia In A school unsurpassed by any other In Kustern Kentucky A full course in every department Teachers awake to the interests of both Â¬ chrlly Sleeplessness IIz zlness Brain and Spi- Â¬ nal Weakness iate ceuria Apply early Major C W FOWLER Superintendent 1 LOU DAY A VulMabla Iloek tm IfMretw UheHMi MBt frev to aaradclnM Tins house has been recently relitted nnd slso obuta nd If la thu poor ptUeats csa enarve reliiriilwlieiluiul the table Is at all times sup I uiediclae fre of la tin bnst in the market Rates This remadr but besa Brepswd by Uw Rwmj uti wt reasonable Sample room attached and spe- - Tutor Koenle ot KorlWtrno InJbyslnco UP sad clal rates to commercial men Introimyo is UuowprepuxidunderlilsdlrecUon tao D AY HOUSEHAznr Okkkn Proprietress Mns respitfllUv elicited B Ky This medlclno has direct action upon pupils and patrons Itntes or tuition low 100 160 200 tho norvo contors allaying all irrltablll- 2M per mouth music M cents per lesson tins and Increasing tho flow and power Hoard and lodging at the Academy Homo of norvo fluid It Is perfectly harmless only 200 per week New building new loavca no unpleasant u fleets and luriilture Kd eatables fff LULL r It r Teachers have charge or all boarders 3eiul for catalogues WM II COHD Principal I inw nly H MAU1MN W ITIl KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III gold by DrBKKtstf at 81 per Bottle 8feS LanretUae017S Bottles for 89 h-- u-e D H CARPENTER WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES cATLirrHnuitKY fet1y JACKSON Colli Jiale Ids rale OlENS SEPT 0 1892 Sclentifto AwwlcAi Aieacy far r W STAMPER MhOUIKK ATrOltNKYK-AT-Ii- A isTTdkiH OAVIATS KAABWM DCSIQN ATHNT COPYRIQHT ate For Informstloa mmI fr Handbook wrKe to MUNN A CO Wl Bhoauwat New Yokk Oldstt buitMU for crln pUbU la Anerlea Krery patent tAktm oat by us Is broaffht Moro Ibe pabllo by a notlee dreu fres of eaarge la the Seven Teacher Large Brick Building New Three story Boarding Hall Carman c CrkCourse All Common Complete Normal Latin 3rCaUloguca free Branches Phop OOFF Jackaon Ky MOS DAVI8 CXMlTON KY BnM - - Will ltrnctlce in tbe courts f A 11 HTAMPKlt nPWiille and the adjoining w w Monni Ml IMcliiesK entrusted tootir care ecjintif will receive prompt attention WitLimkrtyKy of HEnBLUFNnON W II BOSVELL lIt I Cor Limestone nnd Short sts ricntiftc worm msn mrticau ppr In taa No lntllUiat with BETTMAK BROS i CO Manufacturers Ml Gloftiu Lkxixotox Ky IarsMt etrealstloa of any MlewUSf V futiirn ImmP Art VKuight f lyihias unci ho nys they nre industrious quiet people we can iwiitimtiiitt v III i re crc 10000 Kniglits in tho pnee vw j commenu iiuiu i Oitv i ii w oh aiionmiiK tno meiing oir tliey win ik I hv BnoriiiKTOit oM Auex Street Cars iiiIiiiiIhm lWnlil - 1 rtrW within MM nu VeiiiliH i ivi l Hvm iM uausaeus U haldHx PFHWHiiair Sci on i inri Wldch they locate toMures of depoU DONT nWf5 lerrvian atw 1 mH forget the fact tlmt vmi can are wmTat thu orfic at 10 cent a Wnf and the bm tcncll In town atfio ajOwt best writing paper at tfrlsl wlthcwt It WMkly a taontbs AMtms MUMfk CO lilMtrste4 W PitAKh St CINCINNATI i Mn4wsy Nw fork 1 i Hazel Green 1IAZE QUEEN t Herald KY 8tKNCBR COOPER Publihr presence us she sat alone in her pretty drawing room and she told the maid who brought htm to closo tho door und leavo him with her Tho clothes were big enough for two boys of hit size and thoy made him look all the more pathetic as he stood THE OU FASHIONED WAY You kin talk alxjul yoro anthems An yoro air ins nn hIcIi An yore modern choir nlmrln Thiil you think o awful rich llut you orter baerd ua you nn torn In tho limes now far away AHlngln o the ol tunc In tho or ninhloncil way There waa hoido of un sung troblc An a fow of us sung boss An tho thlo o song flowed Htnoothly With Its compnlmcnt o gruco Tbcro was spirit In tho muslu An a kinder solemn sway In nlngln o tho ol tunes In the ol faHhloned way Tho gals would lead tho slngin An the boys would all jlno In Till tho volume oi their voices Nattered down tho walls o sin An I ust to tell the preacher Twos as good to sing as pray When tho people sang tho ol tunes In tho ol fashloned way o staudln In my homospun pantaloons On my face tho bronzo an freoklos Of tho suns o youthful Junes Thlnkln that no alrthly singer Ever chanted slch a lay As the ol tunes we was slngin In the ol fashloned way I remember oft How I long again to hear em Flowln forth from soul tosoult JVlth tho treble high an moller An the basss mighty roll llut the times Is very dlftrent An tho mufllo hcerd to day Aint tho slngin o tho ol tunes In tho ol fashloned way Ltltla rumbltn by a man Then tho organs twcedle twaddlo Jest tho empty spneo to span An cf you should ever think it Tisnt proper fur to say That you want to hear the ol tunes In the olfashloned way Hut I think that somo bright morula When the tolls of lite ore oer An the sun of heavn nrlaln Glads with light the happy shoro I shall hear the angel chorus In the realms of endless day A slngin o the ol tunes In tho ol fashloned way Paul L Dunbar In Chicago News Little scrccchln by a woman oyes and gazing at her with a mixture of defiance mid terror Whatisyournume said Miss Mary Jounce was the answer ejected with a sort of spasmodic hiss from be Â¬ tween his big front teeth Jcnnce What is that name Say It again Jounce repeated the child 1 suppose It must bo Junius 1 shall Well Junius come call you Junius and shake hands with me Tho boy looked utterly astonished but ho put out his black atom of a pnw Into the white hand outstretched to him Now Junius said Miss Mary 1 am going to take you to live with me and I am going to be very good to you and give you all you want to eat and nice clothes to wear and a good comfortable bed to sleep in and take good care of you Hut youve got to be a good boy or I shall not keep you You dont want to go back to And that mnn that treated you so badly do you A look of terror came into the little black face that made her hasten to suy You need never go back to him tf youll be a good child Ill keep you always with me You know what it is to bo bad Andy was bad wasnt he 0rful bad said the child What did ho do What mado him bad Ho took somothin was tho mysterious response Toole something What did he tako I forgets tho name of it said the child scratching his head in perplexity Was it money Â¬ ruling his big Was it food onclothes Twarntthat little face wrinkling with his anxiety think to remember Well what was Twarnt none o them it he said his Cant you Twos twas twas he stam- Â¬ mered as if the word he sought was very near his mind twas Well what Whisky he exclaimed delightedly his small face glowing with satisfac- Â¬ tion at his mental conquest Do JEUNCE A Charcoal Skotoh Drawn from it Roal Lifo you mean he stole It or drank Ho done steal it fuss an then he done drink it Miss May says please look at de Well that was very wrong and waiter its a specimen of early re pbuste These words wero addressed to mo by tho messenger who hud just brought mo a present of fruit from a friend Hcforc looking more particularly at the waiter I looked at tho deliverer of the niossugc He was a small negro whoso height indicated that he was about eight years of age but whose shrewd and serious face might have justified a clulinto eighty years of human export ciciiUo wjis literally ns bluoleas soot and the color of his Hkin was startlingly brought out by the long white apron whose snowy amplitude almost covered his entire person When he spoke ho showed two enor mous front teeth as white as his apron His face and hands and close cropped wool were scrupulously neat ami lie had al together un air of decorum and self possession that formed a strong contrast to the rest of his class What did Miss Mary tell you to tell 1 asked for tlte sake of hearing me the message repeated and he mild it over with tho samo exactness Then he snid good evening and went softly Â¬ somo of these days I expect wicked and hell get punished for it Now I get punished for if you over do them one is stealing and tho other is lying 1 see you know very well what they mean 1 want to tell you two things that youll is not yours you have got to bo punished Now do you un I wont keep you with me if derstand you do cither of those things y putting a fow more questions she saw that the child understood perfectly and was quite responsible intellectually So she asked him to give her a promise that he would never do either of these things lie gave it quito seriously Shako hands again Junius she said in conclusion and as he complied he raised his big pathetic eyes and said That aint my name Would you rather be called Jounce away Yostn that who I am Jounce It was what tknow of the first estate And he seemed so disconcerted by the of this little negro that made his pres Â¬ entkomUtloii of mind and body so in strange new name that Miss Mary con Â¬ cluded to yield tho point It was evi teresting to mo I had first heard of tho change distressed him him as the victim of the most atrocious dent that So sho suid uo more about it und cruelties on tho part of somo negroes not his parents with whom tho little Jounce he remained well The child For awhile all wont black waif lived showed an aptitude to lean that was He had been whipped and cuffed and beaten aud absolutely burned with hot perfectly marvelous by He remembered Miss Marys inirons aud struck with sharp instruments und profited so well structions that he soon grew to be a until some neighbor hearing of these waiting cruelties brought the child into town groat comfort to herrunning on her errands buttoning her boots and telling his story gave him up to and doing so intelligently all that was tho ofilcers of tho court to bo disposed intrusted to him that ho seemed an in of dispensable adjunct to the comfort of Tho miserable- little specimen a mass He usually sat on a small of rags and sears and wounds was then the house offered to hassock at one cornor of tho big tlre put up at the courthouse and anyone who chose to take him home placo to bo near at hand to bring a to bo bound to them until hlscomlngof glass of water or to wait on Miss Mary and when she was alone sho often spent uge very a part of each evening in teaching him Naturally claimants were not Ho learned his letters at once and plentiful but tho pitiful tale was told to ajkidy whoso kind hoart It touched allowed surprising uptitudo in remem- Â¬ and sho took him Her friends protest- Â¬ bering tho catechism Miss Mary never lost au opportunity of pointing a moral ed and reminded her that the child little as he was had been declared an out of his lessons and Thou shalt not steal was the commandment that ho inveterate liar aud thief Hut as those wltncsses ugaiust him repeated with tho greatest emphasis were the negroos who had treated him lie walked to church behind her car- Â¬ with such cruelty sho refused to tako rying hor books and then wont and sat thoir evidence or rather to share In on tho back seat going through the their blame service with groat propriety I suppose sho said that ho had Miss Marys friends laughed at her a to bteul to escape starving and then to groat doal about her llttlo protege and He to escape beating And If you ex predicted direful things of him but she poet tho maturo spirituality which had settled down Into au assured confi- Â¬ would have prevented these things from dence in him tho awakening from a child wu obi beginnings I think you which wus sharp and sudden are unreasonable I am willing to try One afternoon sho asked u friend to whether good treatment wont produce do a llttlo shopping for her and gave good conduct just us had treatment did her for tho purpose a purse containing 1111 conduct flvo dollars Sho happened to know So hhe got from somewhere a Mlt of that the article she wanted cost exactly tJUtle clothes for him a hap hnztml fit two dollars but bIio had not that Xanrt bent tv colored womun to scrub the amount in change Tho girl made the purchase for her child thoroughly and put these clothes u him and bring hltn to her and brought back the parcel aud tlte That evening he wus Ushered lutokw purse Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ money come to me and 1 will give you And you some and things to eat too are always to tell rue the truth If you tell me a story or if you tako thing about tho housu where you are but youre not to touch it If you want shall leave money and every- Â¬ anything that Hovr It KvnlvAM This stuff called asphalt with which the streets are paved is very curious said a scientist recently It was used in vory ancient times Egyptian buildings more than thirty centuries old are cemented with it and it has been as- Â¬ serted that it was employed in the con- Â¬ struction of tho tower of Hubel One ingenious crank named DEyrinis wrote an elaborate essay ono hundred and fifty years ago attempting to prove that Noahs ark was coated with asphalt to make it waterproof The asphalt which covers the avenues of tins city to day was formed millions of 3ears ago bj the decomposition of veg etable matter beneath the surface of the earth In the carboniferous epoch there were conditions of warmth and moisture which produced a luxurianco of vegetation Plants gigantic ferns being most common grew at an astonishing rate their decay being followed by generation after generation of their successors Thus were formed vast beds of decomposed material which be Â¬ came variousl metamorphosed by chemical processes According to the conditions govorning they were trans- Â¬ formed into deposits of coal petroleum or bitumen the last being what wo call asphalt Probably tho vegetable beds which were changed into bitumen wero laid down in the bottoms of rivers and lakes where they were covered up by sand or clay and underwent the process of decomposition while moistened by water but without contact with air One spot where this occurred was in the neighborhood of tho Dead sea whence formerly great quantities of asphalt wero obtained Very little is got from there now the most impor Â¬ tant source of supply ill the world be Â¬ ing a wonderful lake in Trinidad Asphalt is often found combined with limestone a very curious mixture of the vegetable and the mineral It is you This was too much for Miss Mary believed that this has been brought She foured that in spite of herself she about b3 hot vapors from decomposing would soften and tho childs persistent vegetable beds passing through the denial was so bold and obstinate that porous rock and leaving the bitumen behind Washington Star she determined to be firm I will givo you one more chance AN ESSAY ON CATS said Miss Mary and if you dont tell me this time I will have to whip you Tlu Small Hoy Mukv Somo Interesting Tho child came so close to her that Olmtrvutlon ho could whisper in her ear and In a A small boy in one of the Detroit frightened voice said schools recently handed in this compo Its in the parlor sition on cats Cats hare four legs and Miss Mary thought sho had got at tho niuo lives Why they are five legs heart of the thing at last and led the short I dont kno at this time I gess I way quickly back to tho house Hut can find out tho when I die I think here the samo experience was enacted cats wood be a gould deel funnyer if The search was fruitless they had niuo legs and five lives to up into my room Jeunce and you Cats have tales whiteh theydont rap take off your jacket sho said I will round tharv feat when they set down come in a few minutes so as to hold them together I kno a Jeunce immediately mounted the bob taled cut that is ashamed to set stairs a pathetic little figure which down in public a tall 1 gess it is Miss Mary resolutely turned her oyes afrade its feat will skatter Thare are away from Then she went into tho Tom eats and Puss cats which the Tom yard aud broke a strong switch from a cut is more massive and has a more tree and was returning resolutely to sounding voice in the midnight execute her threat when a servant came darkly when all is still olts in at tho gate Cats cries like babies sometime Miss Kate told me to givo you this but you cannot giv them parrygoriek to Sho quiet thare nervus sistems like you can she said extending her hand says sho forgot to tell 3fou when she babies Wo have a baby at our house gave your purse back that sho bor that I gess has driuked about foar rowed two dollars out of it for herself quarts of parrygoriek and every nite it as shed left her purse at home cries just the same for more I gess Miss Mry hud only a confused recol- Â¬ that baby must hav the parrygoriek lection of what followed Sho knew habbit Young cats are very frisky the switch was hastily thrown away and they will play all day because they and she was quickly up in her own dont hav no skool to go to I gess I room where sho found Jeunce in the would llko to bo a young cat till I was middle of the door looking very little growed up to be a man Cats eat milk without his coat and apron What fol- Â¬ and mice regular and tho canary for lowed she has never told In detail but dezart Cats are vory clean animals from that day forward Jeunce was but I never thought it was very clean pampered beyond tho lot of most chil- Â¬ to spit on their hands and wash thare dren faces in the manner In which they do To think sho says that I should I guess I have wroto all I kno about have absolutely forced tho child to ad cats P S Cats has lectrisity in thare mit a theft he never committed aud baehs and thoy can bo up thare tales compel him to tell three stories as big as a 111 brush when they are Hut ho has had it more than mado up froshus Dotroit Free Press to him since for when ho was ill with fever the next summer ho was nursed The Usual Tire Hllkins had been and tended as If he had been a rich out on a long wheeling trip and when mans son aud it was funny to seo the he returned an agent for bicycles called little black Imp in tho midst of tho fair on him and was received by Mrs II white linen and quite a wondor as After some preliminary talk the agent some one said that he didnt smut tho said Did ho havo a pneumatic tiro sheets No the good lady responded ho had Tho fastidious Milly was made to give a fivo huodrodmille tire and ho hasnt him a hot bath twice a day and ho hud been able to bo out of bed since ho got jellies mado for him and tlowers back brought to him and books read to him by tho hour until t ho got well ugaln The only way the average man can and took his place in tho household as express his disgust with lovely woman ono of its most useful appendages present habit of wearing a trail Is bj Certainly his high ideal of truth was stepping on it every chance he gete not Impaired Miss Mary dwelt so on Somerville Journal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tho table by her thnnklng her friend who immediately went away Later after the visitors were gone Miss Mary went out leaving Jounce alone in tho room with tho pocketbook She stayed several hours and when sho came back happening to notice the pocketbook she took It up and looked In It expect Â¬ ing to find three dollars in chnngc Instead of three dollars sho found one The unpleasant conviction that Jeunces former propensities had come to the boy again forced itself upon her Sho sat down and called the child to her Jounce she said you must have taken the money out of my pocket book Tell me tho truth and I will not whip you 1 aint tetch no money Miss May said Jeunoot with a look of candid inI aint had my ban on de nocence pocketbook Tell Milly to come to me Miss Mary said The maid came and was closely inShe had been in Miss terrogated Marys service for many years and her honesty was unimpeachable She as Â¬ Miss Mary that no one had been sured in the room during her absence except i Jounce That will do said Miss Mary and the maid retired Now Jounce proceeded Miss Mary turning to the child I know you took that money Every time you deny it you tell a wicked lie If you will tell mo what you have done with it and confess the truth I will let you off this time You needut deny it for I know you took it Miss May I clar I didnt Jounce began with an expression so clear and innocent that his judge would have found it difficult to proceed with tho sentence if tho effrontery of the thing had not roused her indignation Jounce sho said dont you dure to deny it any more I tell you you took that money and every time you say you didnt you tell a wicked lie Now tell me at once what did you do with it Tell me this minute do you hear I I put it out in do barn said Jounce timidly at last Then come and show me where it is said Miss Mary rising The little culprit followed her and they walked in silence to the barn and when they entered it Miss Mary ordered him to get the mono lie be Â¬ gan to search for it under the hay but after quite a long time looked up aud said Miss May I forgot 1 put it in tho greenhouse Wry well said Miss Mary take me there and get it for me In the greenhouse the same thing happened a long and fruitless search Jeunce said Miss Mary you have not told me the truth yet I cant have a child that lies aud steals in my bouse I must send you away A pitiful look came into Jeunces face and ho said timidly Miss May Hove Â¬ Â¬ Miss Mary was entertaining visitors her regrot at having forced him Into THE at the time and laid the two articles on tolling stories that he was immensely MARRIAGE OF A PARSES Impressed by tho importance of truth and used to come hshind her and whis Â¬ per a correction In her car if she mado the least deviation from xact accurocy of statement He always stood behind her chair at meals and on one occasion when there were guests to dinner Miss Mary rec- Â¬ ommended tho ham as of her own cur-Â¬ ing and was startled by Jouncos whis- Â¬ pering solemnly in her ear Notaint Miss May It come from de sto Her mistake had been an unconscious one but even such were not allowed to pass by this merciless champion of Jeunce is the comfort of her house now and his punctilious accuracy may always be relied on Miss Mary could probably give him u message to deliver in a foreign language with successful results Certainly ho said early specimen of Jynw w as well as you or I could have done it Julia Magruder in Youths Companion ASPHALT OF ANCIENT TIMES truth I7icl by Kgyiitliiiift Thirty Centuries Aro It Is Marked by Hcvrrnl Cnrlous ami i- trriMtltiK Orrmnnlrft There must have been seven hundred or eight hundred guests assembled be fore the bridal parties made their an peamnce I n the center of the hall was a small open space around which chair had been placed Several venerable looking dasturs or priests dressed white stood in readiness to tike parti the cermony and on the tiblo eloso be side them were trays of dry rice and cocoanuts emblematic of plenty Set oral brass trays holding rice cocoanau and pan soparis or spiee packets wens brought in on the shoulders of servant Suddenly to the sounds of the En rope band the brides party and Hie bridegrooms entered from opposite sides of the hall simultaneously Then there was such a crushing and pressing to the barred win lows of the marriage hall to cateh a glimpse of the two parties Each party was so surrounded by friends thai it was hardly possible to see much of the two most important persons Hoth parties approaehod the space in the middle of the hall across which a white sheet was held the bride and bridegroom taking their seats on opposite sides so that they could not see each other Crowds of friends trooped in till the hall was completely full Thirteen or fourteen hundred guests were expected and by this time all had probably arrived The priests began to chant the man riage service in the ancient Zend language which is not understood of the people The bride and bridegroom were each furnished with a handful ol riee and it is a matter of great excite ment to see which first throwi this riee at the other when the sheet which has been held up be tween them is suddenly withdrawn That one whose riee first touches the other is supposed to possess the warmer affections for the other After the sheet was withdrawn the new married couple sat side by side while the dasturs sometimes together and sometimes separately addressed a long oration to them still in Zend on their duties to each other and the world at large All the time that the oration was going on the priests held rice in their hands and threw several grains at a time over the young couple apparently enforcing each command with a shower of rice While the exhortation was going on the guests got tj and walked about and talked and no further heed was paid to the priests or what they said J a Hands made of jasmine buds in terspersed with roses were then hung around the necks of the bride and bridegroom till they looked as if they were wearing Ikkis of tlowers Then little dabs of vermilion were placed on the foreheads of the hupp pair and their near relations as an outward and visible sign of joy and gladness at the union The feast was the next feature of the entertainment in which everyone took the keenest interest Long tables with forms on each side were placed in a building opening on to the garden Fresh banana leaves were put at intervals on the table before the guests each leaf measuring about two feet by one They looked fresh and nice and made capital plates One ha nana leaf serves for till the courses which are brought round by the attendants Cur- Â¬ ries of all sorts riee ehutnees fresh and dried fruits sweets and cakes were placed by the servers on each guests leaf till the pretty given plate was dotted over with all sorts of good things which were apparently enjoyed indiscriminately by the giust Thus a mouthful of ourry was followed by sweets and cakes by ehutnees all eaten in the daintiest way with the fingers spoons and forks not appearing at all At the end of the meal attendants brought round a IkiwI and brass jar and poured water over the fingers of each guest Is it from the Parsees we haw borrowed the custom of throwing rice at a wedding With them it means May prosperity and plenty always be with you Is there any such meaning in the comparatively modern custom that has sprung up among us Cassella 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Magazine of First Merchant an office loy Second Merchant Tveeps everything neat about you and gets rid of unpleasant callers First Merchant No not that H hasnt a relative in the world Second Merchant How does that make him a jewel First Merchant Why he cant ask an afternoon off diirintr the baseball season to go to his grandmothers fa ueral dont you see N Y Press Â¬ No lliMeball iiimr for Mini Ive got a jewel j Not What ll Wanted Artist Yes sir i can enlarge th5 photograph and givo you a speaktnff likeness J art terms is limited but who has a very vivid remembrance of deceased- speaking likeness I would Ilk tM t Widower whoso knowJe of portrait but but I or dont oro have it talk much Jury Complimentary In this picture of Innocence his fU Hn -- tW 1 I haw trWj visitor about tho studio to convoy the idea that simplicity isnw incompatible with dignity t it How well you have succeeded ff I never w claimed the young lady llrr unc - Th August Wld Awakt Tvto good sired Is a TeriUblef vacation iumb toconnnt Sherbet ciaiu Motlcdablo for fikkt pnStleat cStaaUi cracked nave the milk thai break In pieces and- frrato all paacrioaoai4f doorloibs b in them deep dish pour over It Botanize Annlo Sawyer Downs Howl Star-Â¬ the white Into a board and Port CapL Julius A Palm Â¬ tw0 quarts of water and let It stand er Jr Lets Have a Fire Willis two hours squeeze throutrh a linen to this liquid ndd tho cocoa Boyd Allen How Not to Get Lost felly hnj Fay Hints for nttt milk and thrcc ftmrths of a pound Prof Charles mix well If not swcol Trampcru Charted Mk Skinner How of Bupar enough ndd moro suprar pour In the Jo Put Paddles on n Rowboat Vesper L George and such summer articles as nnd freeze N Y Observer freezer Sport in tho Water by Alexander 10 Slake Almond Ulsquoj One pound Black A Mountain Pageant by Mrs Blanch gupir twelve ounces almonds and dry them Put- the A G Lewis There 3 a capltnUsUry the almonds hVa kettlo on the flre lThwit of camping out VFrenckLcaveuy thafftt hnsjfco GertnidodamsMagnretSidneya iterrfdmcll lor of inoTttRses then put In the ai a striking and dramatic story of life Tln tho Sky Country of North Carolina monds mixing gently put the candy when cold pound quite Tryphenys Bicycle Robert Beverly en a plntter Hale cqntributqsIn a ThuArstdy frti put In Hired pints of milk set on to tile Fair Harvnnl Series of stories nsd when it bolls ndd the bent tieflrc Strain the burnt Willis Bod Allen has a characteristic en yolks often ejffjs story of life and adventure on an ocean almond custard thus made Into a freezer steamer The Crimson Handkerchief Ladles Home Journal nd freeze and the serials Kirk Munroes Tho bakingBeefsteak Pie Take a deep Coral Ship and Kato Upson Clarks butter It and lino It with thin That Mary Ann are equally -dish absorblug Cut the bone out of a bcef pie paste Price 20 cents a number 240 n year remove all fat and gristle and On itcnk sale at news stands or sent postpaid cat the meat into pieces tho size of your on receipt of price by D Lothrop Com- Â¬ palm beat each piece with a rolling pany Publishers Hoston Slice some white potatoes put a pin Tho Irioliui Theory of frrntlon layer of meat in the dish then season intfsof salt pepper nutmeg allspice a According to the Greek theory of crealittle catsup and onion put in a layer tion which seems strangely at vari- Â¬ ofpotatocs audover ithuiu put homo ance with their refined Ideas Zendjirr bits of butter add another layer of a spirit of cruel jest ordered yuleun to meat and then one of potatoes pour rnnkoa woman out ofteluyind nfter Cover with a crust warUt Induced the whole host of gods in a little water - Household and bake for an hour nnd goddesses tjq invent the clay Image Monthly with all their worst qualities After Obstinate cblTee stains may usually this had all been done to Renos liking tho breath of life was breathed Into be removed by moistening tho spots the statue and capricious woman started and holding them close over the fumes In her erratic career Chicago Mail of a small piece of burniug sulphur placed in an iron vessel The sulphuro- Â¬ Information Sought Are you a us fumes being acid the stained parts mechanical engineer Yes Do must be at once carefully washed with containing a little soda or am you know all about the combustion of water I know fuel in h omotive grates monia to iave the liber from injury something of it Why do you ask If a spot is small it may be moistened 1 was lucking for Information on a and held over the fumes of one or more I wish certain point What point sulphur matches The vapor from to know if the father who discourages burning sulphur will often remove his daughters lover can be called a stains that nothing else will affect but spark arreester Detroit Free Press the fabric must be immediately and When a man speaks of a woman he thoroughly rinsed Delineator Fowl a la Delhi Cut a large fowl raves over her beautiful complexion into joints plaeo them ina deep frying her delicately cut features her glossy hair and all that sort of thing When pan with a gill of salad oil an onion chopped very fine a sprig of thyme and a woman wishes to describe one of her one bay leaf sprinkle some seasoning sex- she simply tells whaTTdie hadUnV Each particularizes what each values over and let fry a light brown Re Â¬ JkMoti Transcripts move the thymunnd bay leaf pour olF the highest the oil add half a pint of tomato The Gundalonpcabces Iriyftheir sauce a tablespoonful of walnut ketch- Â¬ honey inbladdersof wax about aslarge up and half a pint of stock broth Simas a pigeons egg nnd nqt in combs The mer togetherfor fifteen minutes then bees have no stings are small and of a lift out the joints on a hot dish add a black color The honey is of the oily pinch of ourry powder to the sauce and consistency aud ilevur hardens reduce it one half by boiling Pour the boiling sauce over the fowl and serve C Bees that are fed on sugar soon be Â¬ at once with ham cut in thin small come too lazy to hunt for iloSveri I f Kawbllorn slices and handed Housekeeper Vl-Stuffed Tomatoes Select ripe toToe gililon agi coinage Texas SiJt- matoes round and of an average sizo cutoff the stem end nnd with a spoon All hheep belATfj to tlfu Bah associa carefully remove the pulp and seeds tion leaving intact the walls of the tomatOsiiof tho banian thlngsht tlio world ia oes mix up a rich stuffing of equal for a uiun lio Is i uiel up to got down parts of bread crumbs and linely Atuhlson CSlobe minccd cold chicken and cold ham add Rest often so recuperates a fellow thnt It melted butter pepper salt a teaspoon makes him too lazy lu got to work Roches fulof mixed mustard some of the to- ter lst mato pulp the yolks of two boiled VmNiviu a uiun has a little pain ho goes hard eggs chopped fine a salt spoonful arouiul sa ing thaf it leols uh if mmiio ono of finely minced onion two cloves nnd wassticsing a knife Into his vitals Atelu two grains of allspice pounded fine mix Ron Oluue all together thoroughly and let it be What would oii suggest as PixLloii Dor moibt but not too soft into each to- Â¬ favors for our next ucrmuu Dolly HuNbiuils lilos mato before stuffing sprinkle a pinch of ottiy unhfbiialtnuljv salt nnd sugar stuff them full and set Calcudar close together In a pretty baking dish Is Turin a sawmill ia oorathm to poor overt each a little butter and iiigtitiv asited tho sutnmcr hoarder CM Thouis lnosultoes sprinkle lightly with bread crumbs and replied the native WufcliimrUm Star take for one half hour Tloston HerIn your pro - HOME HINTS AND HELPS The Onljr Oae Krfir rrlntvd Cau T There tt a 3 inch display advertltCMMt this paper thl week which ha no two words alike except ouoword Thenamolt true of each now ono appearing each week from Tho Dr Hartcr Medicine Co This houdo places a Crescent on everything they make- nnd publish Look for It send them tho nttmo of the won and thoy will return you book beautiful lithographs or samples free In ii tlielTwttr TimA couldnt tratislato a paasugo In Homer IlAnn lines said Mr Flunkor when ho Ynlo Record Tin old ago wo aro tnueht to rovcrence novcr dyes its board Atchisou Globe To tha vitality and general debility After taking two boltles I gained 69 lbs I have sold mare of your August I used August Flower for Loss of HHHH M HAT MP MWIVf B wltliTMtTi Tjani Jt and rMnM wMk - Inltir tha Ironinit hum off f hn rufRUIneun Stoie WlUU It BrlUtaa tMtDurablrana th consumer Mr T c I h- art I erslMiirackiHCawlttiCTrrrrttrckM - ito Shut Your Kr repreontatlons of unscrupulous dealers who tell you that their bogus nos trums and local blttors aro Identical with or akin to lloatctters Stomach Jilt tors Such statements aro false Ask for and Insist upon having tho genuinoarticle which Is a wellascortained remedy for ninlariii dyspcpln liver complaint rheumatism kidney disorder and tho Inllrmltles Incident to age Â¬ Â¬ Flower since I liave bceu in business than aiiy other medicine I ever kept Mr Peter Zinville says he was made a new man by the use of August Flower recommended by me I have hundreds tell me that August Flower has done them more good than any other medicine they ever took Gkorgs W Dye Sardis Mason Co Ky LUlPH IBBBBBBBBbI 4LBBBBLITZLBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaf HI BrAkTOlIalBBBBBl Â¬ A mans days aro numbored but he cannot recover any of tho buck numbers Puck Tho Stnjr nt Home Will tako cold boating bowling nnd brow ingnhouttown Hay Fever Is ono of tho most Irritating visitations nt this season Dr HoxrIob Certain Croup Cure will soon rtmotc all ti act of the dUcate No opium oO Hold by prominent druggists cents A throughout the state P Hoxsik Uuffalu N Y manufacturer and solo proprietor Â¬ MOTHERS FRIEND Is a scientific- Â¬ ally prepared Liniment every Ingrc dlent of recognized value nnd In constant use by the medical profes- Â¬ sion These Ingredients are combined in a manner hitherto unknown 4MOTHERS FRIEND RELIEVES all Stomach PUtrcia rtEMOVES Nninca Bcme of FulloMa CONOUTIOK 1AIK REVIVES Failino ENERGY Kormnl CTrculHe Waiims to Toe Tir R HARTCR ME0ICINE CO It OVER RESTORES Mutnmn my hands arc LiTTir Victoii dirty shall 1 wash them or put on gloves I Pails Figaro Wn will glvo 100 reward for any caso of cntarrh that cannot bo cured with Halls Catarrh Cure Taken internally F J CiiKNcr Co Proprs Toledo 0 - Â¬ It Shortens Labor Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child Book to No MATTBii how llttlo a mnn gets horo becon- Â¬ mailed FREE low ho uevor gets quite all of it Dallas MOTHERS News taining valuable Information and voluntary testimonials Run nnry eruptions ylold to tho action of Glenns Sulphur Sonp Snt by exprf j on rfcelptof rile 160 per bottle Hills Hair uud Whisker Dye 50 cunts BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO AtlantaGa it AND MORE Â¬ WILL DO all that Is claimed for MOTHERS FRIEND Lll H ArrntiWantrd Send for ltsl A root thlnltR ho Is rlghtbecauso ho cant Rams Horn bco very far SOLD BY AXX DKUaOISTU jucjnrn uun nun i rpcivnicri iitUrn In rxcluiiiKr A W GUMP CO DAYTON OHIO Initoclc Nnv unit oroiul ltntil Cnahortlia Mans system N like a town it mint bo well drained and nothing Is so efficient as Beechams Pills For stilo by all druggists page 1 A Puck Health Tip Hits savo weak nervous men txlal Hc Ohio Chemical Co Clucliinatl0 woman a posur mtti1 behind hand The traln bcnrlng ffl Clean your Straw Hat with Pearllne Directions First bmsh out nil the dirt possible Then with a sponge wash the hat with the ordinary Pcarline solution in the proportion o a tnhlcspoonful to a pnil of water Steam it well over the nozzle of a kettle rinse well with sponge nnd warm water press into shape and dry ings A M011rl1 Texas Sitt Â¬ Tin Rams Horn is published nt Indinu npolis Indiana nt flM pur year bo room 7T-7TBr--T- K -- In a sumuiii hotel there alvvtn s soems to at tho top Texas HUMis 1 Â¬ Iff v il WW H i L R 11 upiiqg u kFf fX Â¬ m You can do all this at home at a cost of less than one penny Its simple enough 11 you nave jfcarnne but witn ine every kind of washing and cleaning is simple Directions for the easiest way on every package i-ea- n- 1 same as rcariuu1 j l ALSV renrliuc t never ped Â¬ dled if von r irroier m iuIs yint nn imitutuin do the honest JAMUS 1VLB hev York 31 llnnB ir tt to 1 B dZySTSYi Z WCLI tff C Peddlers nnd gomo unicrti inilous gruccrn will toll you thisisnsioodnsorthc Â¬ fc m Â¬ Hctrnml lumlly t art ilinlirnt villus lor your money Kcono nilvo In voiir footwcur bv nur- chiiohm Y I DuukIiih hiiit which ropriNeut tln IitnI tiiIiio for pricuM linked ua tbauMUiitlHM lll icntlfy IT IS A IlTTYyowornrnr Â¬ yrAKENOHrilSTITUTK fs Â¬ ald GOWNS Some FOR THE MAIDENS Evimv man whotakt s jnirt cofbion experts in return that you will borne day lllow n horu iirtho baud In his proeoshioii AtcliNon Olobe - lretty Tlilnga that ArHliiK Worn liy f h Young lndlcn The bretelle ruflles commencing narrow and scanty near the center of the waist line and growing fuller and wider over the shoulders where they end or continue down the back as in the front were apparently Invented for the stout Pri as they give her a- longer and more lender waist as does the pointed girdle now worn For the slender girl the ertha trimming of lace embroidery M etc outlines a round yoke falling Jailer over the shoulders nnd giving Jreadth to the form and fullness to the chest Itoth wear bell and gathered wirts and full sleeves One may wear nJr material but the other looks totter In narrow stripes small Girls ol Jfares and solid colors fourteen to sixteen years wear the RWsian blouse described any times for that has beenand house their street jesses Other pretty waists for them avc a rpund Imck whero It buttons nd short squuro jacket fronts opening Pra plastron of China silk or surah of ttic - Fiiom tunc Immemorial mon have bem held up for uxamples and now and then what they had theyve been held up about their clothes Hlnghuintou Leader Tho pen Is It used to be expressed in Hut novtlic inii hllor than tho sword typewriter U mightier than tie torpedo bout Washington Star Hrown doesnt talk nny Couwiooin mora ubotit the big llsli he brings home His wile lias bought a pair of Merrltt N Y Sun bcalc kitchen Edna Theres Flora Hardup wearing ber last summers hat with new trimudiiK oult n Mvrtie Yot I rceogulro It Hi Kings Jcsjor the chip off the old block I Divbhount Virws I Naddox- - tltn dont ho till IU um nut nf dealliliinilu novo in wiiisiiiiiB mu7 iiorM And 1 would agreat 5aizuni you f to l1 woods to wbJstio -- Dw ttiut f 11 Both tlio method and results when ia taken it is plenennt nnd refreshing to tho taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys Â¬ tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habittml Pyrup of Figs is tho constipation only remedy of its hind ever pro Â¬ duced pleasing to tho tasto and ac ceptahle to tho stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial m its effects prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeable substances its many oxcellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it tho most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50o nnd 81 bottles by all leading drug Â¬ gists Any relinblo druggist wbo may not hnvo it on hand will pro euro it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP C0t Syruj of Figs Â¬ 11 not mr miin ib your place aenii iiirrrt 10 i neinry intiiiir kiihi hikh huh wihib III irln exrlualvn ttnlo lo xlioo drulrr and unerul mer viintnl IoMtoue free cbaiim whero 1 ucvo uu aucntaWrllo for Catalouuc W 1 JIouuIhh lirocktau Alaaa THE BEST SHOE Hi THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY A uiiiuinnHiMVfd nhor thnt will not tin fine calf Eamlc finooth limldf ilcxlblo mortt ixinfortnblotyllrti nml durnlilu llinn nnjr other liuo ever wld ftl thu price tuaU cuitoiu tuuUo ioc ixxlliiK from I to 3 Thu most ttylUh flnecnlf hoc CCA uuitSi IliiiiiUnmtril cany untl tlnrabUikliiKM ever will nl tlicw price They XUat lino Importnl hura eoitluc from H 10 f 12 ty fannrri and nil CO SO Iol Ico Hhoe worn turn o1rlxtruiitn otharawho cilgo hoo want JPwi walk a iool licnvyonlf cnr to rtO 12 end will kip tho ft l dry and warm Vino Ciilf SJftnud 8J WorhliimitrnNi Shora ipXtm will uiM tuoro wrurlcr tlu monoy tutm any nilu r innke aro innilo for M rvlw Tho IncrroliiK falu Hiow that work They liiKinrn havo found thU out nQ1 YohIIim 8 17 fl Hcliool Hlioeu ara Tho mot wrvlco ovcrynherc OK0 I w ntworn ly tho tho- - old thtw price ablo 3 Hiiiid Kowrd 9i50 S2 and 8173S A lft I C f for2t nre nindoof tho beet DonMioo olaornnn Cotf ut dulrcd They aro very ntyiuu con dtirabln Tho ft whoo t quaU cuitom mad ortablo and ImUv vrliowiih lotcono- hooi collnir from 4 Ut inl In their foot wt ar ro flndlnK thU out llcwnroof ilralcrauUtltutliiKilioiwlth OA llTION LVkSr v HHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiZallV wf nntW I Ilniinlii nam and ttiriirliA ItAIIIIXMl Oil bottom hur ubtitmlon oro rraudutrnt and ubjtct toprotou ACif run W U UUUUIno noiv cno ut 1 nnitm e ounce u uy Uw for obtaining mouoy under fnlm protencr onuto W O L DOUGLAS GENTLEMEN dnvEi toi DAVC l jKjJL C taHwIluO THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED SAN FRANCISCO CAL lOUlSVIUe KY NEW YORK Nt lLVuPrnll MUIH iw jp - JMrred BO Jat challlc frocks have the front 1 on cords from ono nrmholo tc Otllnr fnnnlnn ivWIl ihp Into a Inllnesf running ribbon pointed Isgirdle hixinc which then -- VVU narrowly around the waist and J18 in two long ends at tho back A of fourteen wears a gathered skirt tpon throe ymlR nnd u lmlf wlle J a round waist gathered ut the Zk In shirred tucks to form a yoko JJJ 8leeves aro shirred at the wrists a corselet from the side scams Is rmnontiy the front as tne fJ T rock fastens in the back The corsolot t ui bonded straight on tho upper nInc lnecs deep and slightly romtedor round on the lower ede V Home Journal Alkk Daaha PMlftlllt JJUngSAMIIlHlCJjuwvuu Throat and Lung aireo Bronchial to nn aUlnc S57 that is thoonly remedy It it docsnfc SolUn from If Vt opwuili Kn4JBifrpn lltMpkil THC ANION can ba guaranteed THC MROUCTTC that it MttKisjr Ac mUs benefit or euro you havo your monoy back Mr LAKCBIOr Tmc CoNatNVATony Qiunif uwtUUtkJInUqM lliik Crwit tn na had Catarrh how Tfo wn telJ andtr Ill lh severe Dr WItomette wffl effect Uttnnt nt boIn tut Yttr ar dt4l tirmnU t 100000 cfGw or jm ill MC loJ or how rovvanl b offered b permanent cure ofVfiO medicine for an BliMtuTiintarn4 tntoildt ka4irllliulrt4tltkff LYON A HEALY 64 Monmoc St CHICAttO this by tho proprietors jrXiMc iuinritHif Incurablo caso of Catarrh A FOOT HOLD jRLAjjpja for Consumption Is what you aro offering if your blood is DEI 3XT 0EL Impure Consumption Is klmp- TO- A scrofuly Lung Scrofula lous condition witu a siignc AtiKBkt 30 KtpUmbr 27 Orlolxr S6 liU2 mut li or cold Is all that it VIA THK iwwla in ilnvolnn ItL But just as it dopends upon Korfartbtr iruculn 4drfii tho blood for its origin so it H 0 WARNER 8 O HATCH dopends upon tho blood for D1H Tlektl AgHt Diit Im AKnt Its euro Tho kuret remedy IDVILLK Kr Mturnii tcnx for Scrofula In everyr form WO Ixl H H SlTTOV ADAMHrK At i Aft tho most effective JEXX NASMVILLt TtHX WIIATTA00JA Mesh builder and strength K W LAURAUMR Oenl Tick Actat BT IJOVll HO restorer thats known to medical science Is Doctor PJcrcos Golden Medical Discovery For Consumption in oil Its earlier stages and for Weak Y2 rii GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN SAPOLIO Harvest Excursions lftturopplB SZ O TJ ARKANSAS and TEXAS JSI O COTTON BELT ROUTE August 30th and Sipt 27th ilactaiarrr Tbeonlr pwfct MlfcUelur M TlfKIV OKI with oar BORE WELLS Ja 1 MB PRILL WELL emir famewa Well tool u ui iTJH jBJb VHUK ISNYHAV ataMaaa Ii Chicago Peoria and St ttariuhrtitr tha Louis f M QEK JL m FOLKS REDUCED KaatArrinrBoibAni iiiBA vutUU blood-cleanse- Â¬ o 4 Tutu tttrlctlr con u rMiJUtuirArfanryaMMrH 11 rnotllfML - V m ft GU ITARS hMANDOLIHS I Southwest ni Northwest Itound trip tlcketa will taiold by your local ticket ajrent on tbeso dates nt Dct Easiest to Use IMaoa Itcmcdy for Catarrh U tho und CUcupcnt nt Bold by druirgista or sent by mall that they read over tho Burllncen ReuU 60c K T llaicttlae Warr Pa t rom Cbicago Peoria or St Loul It la the dtrcctllnototlietorritwy In question Send A N 1408 forpiMilptilet with inHia andooraplrtelnforaia tlon to WIIKV WKITINS TH A9VKftrtllH PLKAXX P 9 EU8TI8 Q P A ialatiiat ran mw inoAao ixx Airtlment la t 14 ntfr Boe HALF RATES KE F WT T Mp wjrl Trj jfW i 4 AMll f - aMMMM WORLDS C0LUM1IAN EXPOSITION 3 A Cull for lH8y CoHtrlimtlon From the i Mflhwwl ChlltlrH Fkankkort Augunt 15 1892 Special to College Student and Pupils In the Schools for Elementary and Secondary Instruction whether public 1 or private Circulars of information and direction as to stepmecesaary to Kentuckys Edu Â¬ cational Exhibit at the Columbian Expo hilion and the Celebration of tho Four Hundredth Anniversary of tho discovery of America have been sent to tho County and City Superintendents of Common schools and to tho presidents and princi- Â¬ ples of private schools for higher educa Â¬ tion These aro intended for distribution among tfchool officers teachers and pu- Â¬ pils but this letter is particularly for the latter and is sent at the suggestion of the Kentucky Hoard of Management and in accordance with a plan adopted by some of tho Stales to induce our young people now in tho schools to iden 172 Huilwin street Now York but no lov llniwitH Action Crlt Wined Those who arc disponed to bo critical amount of watching could discover him towards the Executive argue that ho Finally several messenger boya wero Hazel should in w Important a matter as bet- ting aside in eflcct all the work of the Ioiiecni session tho Legislature ever held i in the hintorv of tho State costing to the people not far from 200 000 have at least consulted tho Attorney General if not submitting entirely to his opinion They urge that it was his duty so to have done and in any event it would haVo been tho simplest courtesy to have formally consulted that ollicer provided under tho Constitution as the advisor of ail Executive officers of the Common From tho same quarter comes wealth the argument that if the Exccutivo has the power under tho Constitution to ex amino the legislative journal aud in so doing become suddenly aware that the plain letter of the Constitution had been Â¬ I lo 474 Canal street whore n dingy cigar Htoro wan run by Joseph IV j ters A man named iiuriey acted as clerk The place was searched and sov- oral green goods valises were iouuu The olllcers hid and when Peters came j He proved toj along thoy arrested him be Graham He made ullsorta of threats against the police claiming to have a pull and paid to curry on his business In iiiiiii tf Tlii T nil 1111 ii wftitri tJ arrested When xearched a telegram was found on him It read as follows V II Apoleton Send freight rates l r Main street Nashville Tenn Mr Appletou was evidently preparing Cincin to do business with Graham hIihiIIiwchI Â¬ Bra Fair fissociaiion M THIRD ANNUAL EXHIBITION Tuesday Sept 27th Wednesday Sept 28th Thursday Sent 29th Friday Sept SOtfif 1200 in Premiums f Gompeimon M lo me warm nati Enquirer Aug -- G ADMISSION f Secretary WooiInIiIp Knrm Â¬ tify themselves more cloucly with tho success of tho celebration and tho expo- Â¬ sition by making a small pecuniary contribution to a fund for providing a picto rial display of all our most noted and The folmost representative schools lowing extracts from Circulars 3 and 4 will indicate both plan and purpose The first is addressed to the teachers of tho Public Schools An Important part of our dlsplny at Chicago will consist of photographs of school bulldlngi ami ground teachers and pupils and the moru characteristic and representative schools in each county ought to he shown by photographic transparencies Tho proper objects of these more expensive pictures should be selected by the Central Committee Part of the fund for this purpose ought to be raised by teachers and pupils Let each pupil contribute one cent and each teacher live cents A list of names of all pupils contributing preceded by the number of the district and the teacher should be written on paper in ink of the size prescribed in Circular No 4 accom panying this These sheets diould he sent to the County Superintendent that he ami his committee may have them hound in one volumethis to he forwarded to the State Superintendent for the Chicago Exposition and afterward to he preserved in the ar chives of the Educational Department of the State Government In cases where the Central Committee cannot have the sheets bound in good style they should he ex pressed to the State Superintendent who can have it done They should all he made up before the first of January The penny contribution should he sent to the County Superintendent who will receipt the school for the amount and he sent by him to the Kentucky Commissioner of Liberal Arts at Louisville as part of a fund to secure pictorial representation of our schools Tho second is from tho general circu- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ disregarded without attracting the notice either of tho Speaker of the House or tho Lieutenant Governor presiding as Speaker of the Senate that ho should havo had the foresight to see at least a few days in advance that a reconvening of the legislature would be necessary as ho determined a fow days later wa the case Why they ask did ho not return the adjournment resolution without his1 signature calling attention to what ho thought was the necessity for another session of the Legislature By this means it is claimed the Legislature could and would havo been continued in session without tho enormous expense incident Â¬ Clarence S Bate of Harroda Creek Your trial box of sends the following has pleased mo wonQuinus Ointment derfully I used it to remove incipient This is tho univer- Â¬ fistula of withers sal expression of tho w who are using Quinus Ointment For sale by Rose Â¬ Children over 10 and under 15 years 25 Cents1 Over 15 years 35 Cents Catalogues giving premiums in full will soon be ready for distribution and may be had by addressing the Secretary D S GODSEY President W T SWANGO Jones Turner Berry Turner the notorious outlaw of Southeastern Kentucky was last week tried at Pincville aud sentenced to the penitentiary for twenty one years for murder if Tho crime for which Turner was con- Â¬ Hazel Greek Ky May 10 1892 victed was the murder of Isaac Lewis To the Trade of Eastern Kentucky Contiguous to Hazel Green and it is thought he was let oil exceed Â¬ We have this day completed arrangements with the ingly light A death penalty or a life above named firm and will handle their goods in large quan4 The sentence at least was expected tities We especially invite an inspection by the merchants crime was committed nine years ago Inane Lewis was a young man living as we are prepared to duplicate any and all prices quoted in Cincinnati or Knoxville Merchants can buy with Turner who for some cause never Louisville brought out made up his mind to kill these goods almost at their doors and save freight bills Htrlpt H for lrrr Wholesale Boots and Shoes LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY GREEN HTJFFAKER CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to an extra session As it is of course all the members will be entitled to mileage all the chairmen of committees will be entitled to tho stationery allowance fixed by law Had the session been con tinued this great expense would havo been avoided and they insist that tho Governor should have as a statesman him been able to appreciate and avoid this Tho plea set up by the defense was Frankfort cor Lexington Transcript that the killing was accidental Turner has killed several men since this afluir Mr Van Pelt editor of tho Craig Mo Meteor went to a drug store at Hillside and has been arrested and escaped from Iowa and asked tho physician in attend custody twice for this particular crime Â¬ We are prepared at any and all times to furnish these goods in any and every quality size and price All we ask is a e trial Respectfully CO J T8 DAY Green Ky Hazel Represented by ED GREEN lare ance to give him a dose of something for Cliitmtx rlitiurt Ky anil Skin Ointment cholera morbus and looseness of the A ckutain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes I felt so much bet- Â¬ Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old He says bowels ter the next morning that I concluded Chronic Sores FeverSores Eczema Itch to call on the physician and get him to Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles 1 1VV ltjf aim W I It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of fix me up a supply of the medicine wus surprised when ho handed me u bot- Â¬ cases have been cured by it after all other tle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and treatment had failed It is put up in 25 Diarrlwva Remedy He says he prescribes and f0 cent boxes For sale by Kose in his practice and finds it Jones octDyl it regularly the best he can get or prepare I can Hoping for HHttr Timtn testify to its efficiency in my case at all The Jackson Hustler of Friday says Bns vm w For sale by Kose Jones events To morrow is convention day again The We confess that we bate to see these days To tjunriintlno Ablaut Cholera usually more A Bowling Green Ky special to the come These meetings are of a howling mob than of a dignified can be made Courier Journal of the 25th of August Paint but the best Paint is not a Liquor is king on lar McCormack of this gathering of patriots Dr J N says of It is here requested that for the purpose city Presdent of the International Con- Â¬ these occasions and the candidates usually by an experiended Practical Painter with the assistance of procuring transparencies of all the most is guaran Â¬ of Stato Boards of Health has furnish the liquor We look forward to the latest improved and powerful machinery notable private schools in the State every ference will not dare Com tho time when candidates to give satisfaction- Will cover one half more space student in private schools of whatever called n meeting of tho Executive nomina teed mittee of tho Conference for Friday use such vile means to secure grade contribute five and every teacher ten lead and oil mixed by hand Sent freight paid for The object of the tion We believe it is coming 1oliticai than ccuts the money to be sent to the Commis next in Indianapolis One reliable dealer wanted in each 150 per gallon sioner for the Department of Liberal Arts meoting is to consider tho matter of ap meetings should be conducted with as The Young K Allison at Louisville to consti- pointing a committeo to inspect all the much decorum as religious ones Send for color cards etc to town of the people are in- Â¬ tute a fund for the purpose above named quaratino stations on the Atlantic and highest interests KY May God hasten better times Tho lists of private schools and their conPacific coasts with a view to ascertain Â¬ volved tributors to tho nickel fund made as direct efficiency in preventing the in I SPEXCEK COOPER Agent Hazel Green Ky- A carpenter by the name of M S Pow- Â¬ ed as above should be forwarded to tho ing their country ers fell from the roof of a house in East State Superintendent who will classify and troduction of cholera into tins have them bound in volumes and preserve from Europe In fact it has already been Des Moines Iowa and sustained a pain- Â¬ BRYAN them after tho exhibition as part of the decided to appoint tho committee and ful and serious sprain of the wrist which WITH archives of tho State ofllee they will proceed at once to mako a ho cured with one bottle of Chamberlain s Whilo it is not Pain Balm Ho says it is worth 5 a Livery Feed and Sale Stable Tho amount appropriated by tho Gen thorough investigation cral Assembly for all tho purposes of tho regarded as certain that tho dreaded bottle It cost him 50 cents For sale HAZEL GREEN KY exposition is not suiUcieut to enable tho scourge is likely to reach this country by Hose Jones Double ami Single Hoard of Managers to provido for such a tho situation is such that Dr McCor- Itlgs and Saddle Horses display in every department as will bo mask and his associates of tho conference for hire Parties convey ed to any point on reason necessary to place Kentucky in tho best deem it necessary to seo that tho quaran Â¬ able terms light and tho purposoof this appeal to tine is made as effective as it is possible fiHl will also attend to nil calls for auc teachers and students is to iusuro to us to have it In his action he is indorsed 12 M WEST MAIN ST tioneering aud solicit business of this kind such asupplementary fund us will onublo by all tho State Boards of Health who Jtespeetfullv Ac V11 LEXINGTON KY JOHN ll PIKKATT tho management to add some important havo been conferred with and vory desirable features OK Until ThU Slowl You aro requested to glvo only a mite CO Lives there n innn with soul so deuil but tho nggregato of all these contribu- Â¬ Who never to himself hath suid tions will add materially to the Ed ilea- WllOIKSAlK DKAIjKMi IN Ill take St Patricks Pills before I Ro cntional Fund Tho obtaining of names bed of teachers aud pupils and their preser- Â¬ SUCH AH Wlienn mild cathartic is desired one vation at tho Stato Capital in bound that will cleanso tho whole system and CATALOGUES volumes is a matter that ought to inter- Â¬ recuhito tho liver and bowels you can MINUTES est overy one connected with the schools PKOG11AMS not do better than take St Patricks Pills Obsorvo that tho penny contribution CUBES H0TH1NG BUT PAMPHLETS luey Uo not before going to bed just Third Itaee and Union Sts by the pupils in tho public schools is to ENVELOPES CINCINNATI O nauacato nor gripo and leavo the system CURE LETTER HEADS bo sent to tho County or City Superin Â¬ cooils that will unit your A SURE and CERTAIN BE51 We rnrrv the For sale by Hose in splendid condition NOTE HEADS a tho known for IS tendent who will receipt and forward to trade and our prices are THK LOWK3T Jones KILL HEADS REMEDY FOR PILES T tho Loulsvillo office aud that each pri Â¬ Special attention to mail orders Tnftrtd hj RKMJkXDSOSTU UKlUP t f WtJ STATEMENTS ClUIRllt lit Illnt vate school of whatever grade will SALE HILLS DINGFELDER About tho Government building yesDODGERS forward its donation direct through its II PHILLIPS WITH OA11DS terday secret servico agents and Post WITH principal teacher Yours truly TAGS otlico employes were discussing an arrest Ed Pouter Thompson Ac Ac CO of moro than ordinary importance Tho CO M Supt Public Iustruction Approved arrest was made in New York within tho Executed with neatness and dls 1 JOimKKH IK Importers and Jobbers of patch and at the lowest prices Youno E Allison past few days Without doubt the most Agricultural Implements Hardware consistent with good material Commissioner of Liberal Arts remarkable green goods man that over A v i9 ana nrst class workmansiitp DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS OLIVER CHILLED PJAJWP II I A GuHt HHtcetl Hommty kept tho Government agents guessing We Couivr Comparison and IML PLOWS COOKS MIL1S Megrimlnc tho only permanent cure has been captured That man is nono Chaitknok Competition V UAUI ivi1 VTi UIW IWUO When you want any printing X Nos 087 530 and C4- 1for all forms of headache and ueuralgia other than V E Graham whoso nnnio AND MOWERS STODDARD a of any kind at any time call ACME HARROWS v TfrV relieves the pain in from 15 to 20 min Â¬ has been signed to evory green goods r West Main Street on or address DOORS AND SASH A SPhUiAi guarantee at circular sent out from Now York to utes For sale on positive J SPENCER COOPER LOUISVILLE KY 1 10 and It2 Skcond Strtkt Hazel Green ICy Thk Hkrald office or sent postpaid by suckers all over tho country IRONTONi 0 cheap at this otlice Job printing Grahams placo was supposed to bo at wail on receipt of price CO cents a box Â¬ Â¬ fUPN AINT 91111 THE BEST iTJBKKa a n Iv is Best is the Cheapest Patent It that It - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lion Paint and Color Works LEXINGTON Â¬ J H PIERATT RH PEARSOmCLARK WHOLESALE 69eo iSCOfc SPRINTING Â¬ mw Â¬ m lEveni DescriDtiou LOUIS STIX Dry Goods notions c TABLERSpll BUCKEYELiU l 0INTMEMT yar PjjjS Â¬ I J J ROBINSON W M KERR 5 - f I I t I 1 kt J- -