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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 IPENCER COOPER Hazel Green dnerand Editor 205 1 4 OF rasssssss- Great Kent Of a Noisy World With Nowu From All Nations Lurabring JLx Jjj JlvAJLj JL S v J at His Baok tl00 A YEAR Got Always In Advnn WBBr43i The Greatest Effort 9 riilGIITH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1892 tho next quarter Tho brcczo begins to striko her it is n hard thing to rate a fast mile by quarters and tho third flag is reached a second or two slower than was intended but hero Nancy was given her head and sho finishes strong and in tho fnco of a northwest wind in 81 seconds Another noticcablo feature says Doblc was tho condition of the niaro after her mile Within fifteen minutes after sho reached hor stall sho was as fresh and lively as a young colt and no ono would dream that sho had had tho greatest trial of her lifo Oh yes tho kito tracks aro faster tracks than tho regulation shape How many seconds I would not say but thoro is not tho Bhad ow of a doubt about it Had Allcrton been in condition and tho match raco been trotted as was orig- Â¬ inally intended Nancy Hanks could have taken tho thrco heats in an average of 207 Of this thero is no doubt in tho minds of those who saw her great milo and kuow her ability NUMBER 25 Y II rown On a High Herte Browns meeMge to the Legisla Â¬ ture Is like almost everything elw em emanating from tho oxecutive office running over with dignity It prove conclusively that he lift not yet dis Â¬ mounted from his high horse but that Ida motto like that of J Stecrfortb in David Copporfiold is Ride onl It doesnt mattor what tho consequence may bo to tho people the party or the Btato the pflco Iirh been set The gover- Â¬ nor by indirection at least throws all tho blamo upon tho Btato legislature and in tho samo way assumes to himself an infallibility that is laughable to those who aro acquainted with tho facts in the J Gov NANCY HANKS BEATS HERSELF TWO SECONDS The Klte Shancd Track nt Imlcjmntlcnco Iowa the Kcono nt tho Mnros 1EYI1 Louis BQVJkUED IN THE o hXKrX440-i- History Lexington - Gus Straus DlSPLAIoSPBltaW Every Department Overflowing to its utmost capacity This is not a catch penny sale of uny kind but good honest values and qualities at fair prices During the coming week we will display full lines of Mens and Hoys Clothing representing the lead ing and best manufacturers in the United States and Europe We will forfeit our reputation of thirty We have nev- Â¬ years standing in Lexington er failed to keep our promises heretofore Â¬ 9 Y II That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 5 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit nt 10 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 15 That we will sell vou the best Mens Suit at 20 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 25 DEPARTMENT TAILORING Is the finest in the United States Our Cutters and Workmen are iirst We are doing the largest business we have ever done class artists Come and make your selections early OUR MERCHANT Hi ii ti n L C STRAUS -- LEADING CLOTHIERS and FINE TAILORS LEXINGTON KENTUCKY UAAiWWUMUMUAMAMAMuMMM B xrtXf44ooooooexxxxr04eoH iWWiiUir mkJ TV moWtA A m m 0 nl lik r-- JTr 4TW w dli hbp niav fTIIorrrt- - Jrnvn Pfirm home After trying j Scc Ituclne WltBnyH ofJuyKyo every known remedy 1 removed a largo Bunch of two yearn Rtundlnff from a 3 year old nuy 5 with three application of Ui T T QUINNS OINTMENT of i 1 UBOd or neara It Is tho best preparation I have everHorsemen 1 heartily recommend It to ull We rOADKUAnK n at trUI box do4 nut kwp ItBenit us S5c stamps or silver for W x CO Wimctiall W B KDDY Alnitl have hundred ctuch lettimonlal Alr vnnr rtniirolst for It IfllO OBAND No 12 W 11 OPEOTDNTC AT TUB KnUsh Kitchen Short Street Lexington Ky Breakfast from 6 A M Regular Meals 2f Cents Meals to Order at All Hours J a m Dinner from 10 a m to 8 v M Supper from ft i M t 0 P M Oys ton Lamb Fries Fish Chickens and Quails a specialty Open from 5 A M to 12 m CUS LUICART M Proprietor B G JOHN ROSE JONES t 6SOT Ah nRALEIlH IN wmmmwrnw mium mw 7 HAZEL GREEN KE 99 ry a complete line of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Goods Gents Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Patent nea Saddles Harness c and sell FOR CASH at firAll Wor than ever before seen in Hazel Green guaranteed as represented or money refunded Dress Meili prices goods friD DnTMTIMnr UD I hi J r I ll U NEATLY CHEAPLY and PROMPTLY EXE Send your order CUTED AT THIS OFFICE Nancy Hanks tho queen of horscdom added a shining star to her crown on Wednesday of last week when sho trot Â¬ ted the world famous kite track at Inde- Â¬ pendence Iowa in tho unprecedented time of 205 clipping two seconds oil her Chicago mark mado two weeks ago She was brought o at 280 and aa soon as she was recognized in tho loop tho caso cheering began Sho looked welt and I havo nover nays ho obtrud- Â¬ ed upon you officially or in ourporsonal her superior condition was easily dis intercourse any suggestions concornintr ccrnablc She took her first warming up matters of legislation undor considera- Â¬ milo gently being only driven on a jog tion by you About 4 oclock sho was brought out Right hero is whoro tho governor has mado a mistake If ho had again and received with the samo cordial put himself more in touch with tho leg-Â¬ welcome as before on tho part of tho islature if ho had offered suggestions spectators When she passed tho stand if ho had advised with tho law makers this time even tho band stopped playing if ho had mado himsolf more approacha and joined with tho others in tho ap HON W W AYERS bio and had not fenced himsolf in with plause A bow from Doblc and they liitlluir flun Vctoon dignity and Rolf will his pcoplo and his wero away to their quarters followed by On Gov Ilrtnvnn and How Gov LchIIc Worked party would think hotter of him and he echoes of the 8000 voices on the ground With the Horn xt just 615 they appeared on tho stretch Hon W W Aycrs representative from would not bo ombarrasscd by tho situa Â¬ tion that confronts him today again This time tho applauvc was deaf Tho Calloway was in the city last night and pcoplo of Kentucky do not want an cuing Handkerchiefs and parasols wero left this forenoon for Frankfort to ro oxecutivo who is too waived voices oxpanded to their ut- Â¬ obstinato Rnd solf- sumo his scat in tho legislature To a important to communicate and adviso most young and old and everybody News representative Mr Aycrs talked with tho pcoploa representatives and cheered The old gray pater forgot him Â¬ pleasantly of tho situation at Frankfort they do not self and let loose ono of those yells that want a man in tho guberna- Â¬ I camo home said het very much torial chair whose dignity sticks out liko Even wero tho prido of his boyhood disappointed at tho condition of a II airs tho quills on n porcupino and repels the old ladies contributed their quota to at Frankfort As you know Governor those with whom ho tho general chorus should bo on terms Browns vetoes Bwept away nearly all of friendly intercourse That is not tho She was now jogged up the loop and the work that had been done during tho kind of governor to which Kcntuckians turned to face the kite before her Tho session and left us just whoro wo were at have been accustomed attempt was fruitless and sho camo back If Gov Brown thq beginning I was almost ashamed to want to retain the respect and tho good and scored down again Frank Starr meet my constituents If wo had got a will of the pcoplo ho must climb down had tho runner Abo Lincoln who quorum in tho house prior to adjourn- Â¬ from his lofty Â¬ pegaaus Ii is bettor to prompted her in her great milo at Chiment I should have voted to pass the climb down than to bo thrown down and cago near her while Williams with Ned revenue bill over the governors veto I that is what is coming Gordon was waiting at tho post When if ho dout cannot sco why if Gov Brown wanted watcli out Paducah News she reached tho wire she was going an extra session ho did not call it before squaro and true and Doblo nodded for Notice to Tdnohor ami Hoholara tho legislators all got away to their the word From the word go Nancy Ofilco Suit Common Schools homes Tho extra session it seems to trotted as only Nancy can trot a steady Wolfe county Ky Aug 80 1802 me is uncalled for If tho governor had clock work and swifter than a bird The board of tho Worlds Columbian only intimated that tho revenue bill With her matchless swinging gait she Exposition for Kentucky havo designat- Â¬ would bo vetoed it might havo been reached tho quarter polo in thirty sec- Â¬ different It looks liko ho might have ed ono of their number Mr Young E Too fast is tho verdict of tho onds told his objection to soma confidential Allison to havo charge of tho depart- crowd Budd Doblo will never drive friend at least who could havo advised metit of liberal arts which will includo her too fast is accepted by all as tho us of what was lacking to secure his ap- an educational exhibit as follows truth The half was reached in 101 A presentation of our common proval and it could have been remedied and men who catch tho figures on their boIiooI system without tho useless expense of an extra dial- find it hard to believe Without 2 Of our academies normal schools session and without causing tho ill feel- Â¬ taking their eyes from tho world beater ing that has been engendered I was a colleges and universities they ask their neighbors his timo and 3 Of our special technical and profes- member of tho legislature in 1871 and arc bound to accept the mark sional schools 1872 when Preston II Leslie was in tho The third quarter flag goes down at gubernatorial chair Gov Leslio used At his suggestion tho atato superinten Â¬ 134 and fearing that sho is lagging to vist tho hgslitors at their rooms and dent has scut to this ofilco circulars of Williams closes up with his runner Ned t lie 10 was always a cordial interchange direction for every teacher and school Gordon If a bill was gotten up trustee in the county with n few for dls- of opinions Tho act is useless Doblo has loosed that did not meet his approbation Gov trihution among others who may take an her head and is urging her on gently Leslio would point out tlioso parts which activo interest in tho matter with voice and whip As sho darts unTho Worlds Congress auxiliary of tho he did not like always in a kindly way der tho wire there is deathly silence and tho boys would havo a chanco to Columbian Exposition havo taken tho Watches are consulted and range all tho smooth it over and fix it up so that it initiatory steps to a celebration of tho way from 205 to J0C No man dares would pass tho gubernatorial gauntlet four hundredth anniversary of tho dis- Â¬ tell tho time caught and each spectator There was at all times a spirit of mutual covery of America this celebration to assures himself that tho time is gone in c mfidencc and helpfulness between Gov bo conducted under tho auspices of 20fi at least lAilie and the legislature and their ro Americas most representative institu- Â¬ Cheers are sent up as the great horse I do not tion her common schools Tho presi Â¬ lations wero always amicable is driven back to the stand but a hush think there was any necessity for Gov dent of tho United States has issued a falls over all as the bell is tapped StartBrowns veto on any grounds I do not proclamation under resolution of con- Â¬ McCarthy announces the official timo er believe that his constitutional objections gress appointing Friday October 21st as 2051 and his voice is drowned with I havo it on good authority 1872 as a gonoral holiday for tho people are tenable yells that cx Gov Knott doesnt concur in and approving of tho celebration by tho The grooms give tho mare a loving ca Â¬ thoco objections and Gov Knott is a schools as the local centers throughout ress as they adjust the blankets and Aside tho laud Tho state superintendent has mighty good parliamentarian willing hands only too anxious to touch from this it is a fact that tho present sent mo also fur teachers trustees and queen of tho turf assist in arrang revenue bill is tho only ono that has others copies of tho presidents procla Â¬ the ing the folds Doblo is lifted from tho ever been vetoed in the history of tho mation with directions as to plans that sulky both arms are nearly wrung sore state Tho ought to bo adopted at an early day Tho timo was pressing by congratulatory friends and hurrahs legislature wanted a rest and the prepa Please to call or tend at onco for theso sound above the din for Nancy for Do Â¬ letters of instruction If convenient rations had to bo begun for collecting blc and for the kite track for you to obtain them otherwise I will tho state taxes Even if thero wore in So dense is the crowd around the horso accuracica or rough places in tho bill forward by mail to any address on receipt that passage is almost impossible Nancy which no one doubted wo thought that of a two cent stamp Hanks longs to be free from all bonds the law might bo put in operation this H N Horton and playfully nips the shoulders of her year and would prove a vast improve County Superintendent admirers as she walks her way through ment on tho old law Then when we ltutl Thin Hlowly tho crowd reconvened after vacation we could Lives there a man with soul so dead The mile is an unparalleled ono in tho amend the law smooth it down trim it Who never to lilmaelf hath ltl history of tho world and worthy of over and remedy any defects now exist Â¬ Ill take 8t Patricks Pills before I go to A strong breezo was blowing Htiuly bed ing But the veto axe came down and from the northwest and situated as tho you know the result When a mild cathartic is desired one Paducab News kite track is from the half to the homo that will cleanse the whole system and lllaliia Wont HpeHk wire tho force of tho wind increases regulate the liver and bowels you can with every step Nancys first quarter Senator Hale suites to a newspaper not do hotter than take St Patricks Pills was gone in thirty seconds tho second man that Mr Blalno will make no speech Â¬ just before going to bed They do not quarter wm hut a second slower and es durlnir tho campaign but is now en nauseate nor gripe and leave the system this was gone under a constant effort on gaged in writing a Icttor that is likely to j In splendid condition For sale by Row tho part of tho driver to talk her back appear any diy which ho devotes to Jones Ono minute and one second to the half i Momo of the Wiles which aro being dls The convicts were this week returned was considered h little too fast by Doblc owed and in which he takes a deep in Â¬ to the Tejiiiefttee coal uiIiim ho coaxed her to a slower gait for terest and Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f Â¬ inj IX P5 -- rssw Hazel Green Herald SIEtfOKR COOPER Publisher UAZEL OKEPN t 1 t KY PAID FOR BEING DISCHARGED A Ttry flooiln duccd Into Denver In every large retail establishment there In an tnnumcr Able number of kicks to bo registered and It keeps ono mnn busy smoothing down the ruffled customers who often kick without reason One of these managers of kickers has hll upon a novel device by which he mollifies tho angry A reporter for the Sun won sitting In his little office the other dny watching him pour oil on the troubled water A lady came In with blood In her eye Tho gooda which ho had purchased were not on represented rIio claimed lie seated madam said the mana Â¬ ger and I will try to locate the blame He touched a little button on his desk and a en Mi boy appeared Toll Jackson to come here at once Jackson soon arrived looking very guilty He was rather a handsome young mnn but was evidently agitated This lady says that you told her these goods were all silk How oinio you to moke such a statement sir I thought You knew better Thin is the second time you have made this misstatement and I shall have to dispense with your services Take these goods back imd draw your money and leave at once Jackson bowed and btammered and made his escape I dont think that was the sales liegon the lady mon the one I bomrht these of had a beard No matter Jackson Is responsible for all the mistakes In that depart- Â¬ ment and Im glad that I dismissed Â¬ Â¬ Clrrk IVho In lUrtl fin Rmnnlliltitf Down Irate riirrliiirri A now Industry has JiiRt been Intro him ry The lady went out feeling very sorthat she had caused the young man to lose his situation She had no more than gone when another woman came bristling in and said paid for three yards of this ging ham and got only a little over two I wont be cheated It In a little matter but I want my rights He seated madam and Ill see what can be done He touched the bell and ho said to the boy Tell Jnckon to come here at once I Â¬ Â¬ fore Jackson appeared trembling as be- Â¬ Â¬ charged Hut I Not a word sir You ore dis- Â¬ charged The woman pleaded for him but the manager was adamant When she had gone he turned round with a grim smile It works well doesnt It Do you really keep him here to be fired lie has nothing else to do except to keep out of sight People ore always Katisflvd when they Hiieceed in getting a olurk discharged and ho Is already becoming used to It Colorado Sun I- Yon have been selling short meas ure In ginghams again Ive had enough of that sort of thing Yon are dis Â¬ THE PROFESSORS WARD The ImnpliltlotitrU lolttlclitniutil the Up porter Tho professor had been Inveigled into Woomlng a political candidate for St was known that he had written several able works on Tho Science of Govern- ment The Pthles of Politics Hie Beatitudes of the Ballot and other subjects and the faction taking him up felt tho need of homo good man to go before the convention with Tho professor was Innocent of any crime hod never soon any boodle was of clean private record and there was nothing In his whole life that the newspapers could Hud to fling mud aU So the professor was Inveigled Into the scheme and on the day of tho convention a re- Â¬ porter approached him 1 believe Insinuated tho wily re- Â¬ porter that your ward has Instructed for you professor Sir exclaimed the guileless pro fessor ro Indignant that even the re- Â¬ porter was at a loss to account for it 1 beg your pardon I he said meant no oiTeuse merely desired to know If yoar ward had instructed for you Hlr Hut the professor fired up this time more fiercely than before My ward known nothing whatever about it sir ho protested vigorously She Is a young lady who has absolute ly nothing to do with politics and has Mover said anything to mo on the sub ject of my candidacy sir except to dls Kucdo mo from entering the political ilnld and I sincerely hope thatyon will not got her name la tho papers In any manner whatever sir By this tlmo It dawned upon tho bril- Â¬ liant and versatile reporter and huftlco it totiay that he did not fall to embrace tho golden glorious opportunity so temptingly placed before him Detroit Free Prvss Â¬ 1 Â¬ Benevolent Man to Tramp Why you wash up and look decent Tramp Because sir Is the firnt law of nature I read everyday In tho paper of wen who r drowned whlla bathing tet self-preservati- ing leprosies nnu rnglng fevers we In silence flmt afterward bfc aiWi rnay die a philanthropist death On forth into acclamation Tho marttWI the field of battle serving God and qur all the purer for U q flame tkre3 Words Aro tho Bridge Between Heaven country slugs through the heart tho which they passed will nay ixjjl and Man gun carriage muy roll over us and vo Is Jesus for whom wo died Xk may dlo it patriots death npostles all tho happier for the shls Hut after all there urn only two wreck and the scourging through Boiifr Sn Mrlody it Compnrctl to whltl styles of departures tho death of the they went wVJ say m IhiUrc thu VornMilsrr to liit This U tho Jcn V righteous and tho death of tho wicked 1lcluru ilia rent TJicibo whom we preached at Corinth nod and we all want to dlo tho former at Coppodocla and at Antloch andt God grant that when that hour comes Jerusalem The Fermon selected for this week la Little children clnd you may bo at home You want tho white will My Thin Is the Jcsuh I entitled Pre eminent tho text being hand of your kindred In your baud took us in His arms and blessed us Ho that cometh from John ill i jYou want your children to surround when tho storms of the worhlMvere gnl Is above all above you You want the light on your pll cold and loud brought us Into too The most conspicuous charncter of thU low from eyes that havo reflected your beautiful place history stops out upon tho platform The multitudes 0 love You want tho room still You the bereft wilt say That Is tho The linger which diamonded with do not want 11113 curia us strangers who comforted us when our Jcsiu light pointed down to Him from the heart standing around watching yon You broke Many who had wondered clear Bethlehem sky was only a ratification want your kindred from afar to hear off from God and plunged Into vatr of the finger of prophecy tho finger of your last prayer think that Is uumiisui uuv wore navcu 03 grace will genealogy tho finger of chronology tho the wish of all of us But Is that till say This is tho Jesus which pardoned linger of events all five fingers point Â¬ Can earthlv friends hold us when I us We were lost on tho ing in one direction Christ Is the overtho billows of death como up to the land He brought us home mountain topping figure of all time He Is tho We girdle Can human voieo charm open trtllltv and He mndu uk wlilti n were vox humumi in all music tho grace 0tijy Heavens gote Can human hands pilot Mercy boundless grace unparalleled fullest line in nil sculpture the most us through the narrows of death into And then after each one has recited exquisite mingling of lights and shades his Heavens harbor Can an earthly friend Â¬ peculiar deliverances and peculiar merin all painting the acme of all cli- Â¬ ship shield us from the arrows of death cies recited them ius by solo all maxes the dome of all cathcdralcd the aud In the hour when Satan shall voices will como together In a great grandeur and the peroration of all practice upon us his Infernal archery1 chorus which shall make tho arches splendid language No no no no A Ins poor soul if that is echo oud re echo with the iIim-h-r- The Greek alphabet Is made up of all Better die in the wilderness for from I beratiou of gladness aud peace und twenty four letters and when Christ tree shadow and from fountain alone triumph compared himself to the first letter and vultures circling through the air wait Â¬ Ldwnrd I wos so anxious to go tothe Ome- Â¬ the last letter the Alpha and the ing for our bod3 unknown to men and Holy Land that when he was about to ga he appropriated to himself ull the to have no burial If only Christ could expire he bequeathed 100000 to have splendors that you can sp jll out either say through the solitudes 1 will never his heart after his decease taken to with those two letters and all letters leave thee 1 will never forsake thee the Holy Land In Asia Minor and hi I am the Alpha and between them Prom that pillar of stone a ladder request was compiled with But there the Omega the beginning and the end would soar Heavenward augclv coining ore hundreds to dav whose hearts are Or If you prethe first and the last and going aud across the solitude and already In the Holy Land of Heaven fer the words of the text above all the barrenness would come tho sweet Where your treasures are there arc It means after you have piled up all notes of Iieavenlv mirstrols3 your hearts also John Hunyan of Alpine and Himalayan altitudes the Gordon Hall far from home dying in whom I spoke at the opening of thu disglory of Christ would have to spread the door of a heathen temple said course caught a glimpse of that palace its wings and descend a thousand Glory toThceOOod Whotdid dying and In his quaint wiiy lie sold And I leagues to touch those summits Wilberforce suy to ills wife Come heard in my dream and lo the bells of 1ellon a high mountain of Thos and sit beside me and let us talk of tho city rang again for joy and as they Ossu high olv a mountain I never knot what happiness opened the gates to let in the incn I Heaven and Olympus a high mountain but was until I found Christ What did looked in after them and lo the city us that when the giants mythology tells dving Hannah More say To go to shone like the sun and there were warred against the gods they piled up Heaven think what that is To go to streets of gold and men walked oc these three mountains and from the Christ who died that I might live Oh them harps in their hands to sing top of them proposed to scale tho Oh what a glorious praises with all and after that Up Â¬ glorious grave Heavens but the height was not great thing it is to die Oh the love of Christ shot up the gates which when I had enough and there was a complete fail- Â¬ runner What did Mr Top seen wished myslf amonir them The ro3ol robe of Dametrtus was so the love of Christ ure And after all tho giants Isaiah and laul prophetic and apostolic costl3 so beautiful that after ho put It lady the gicat hymn maker si3 in his Whom tlm iodn Woulil Dittrov W ho can measure the giants Raphael and Michael Angelo off no one ever dared to put it on but last hour Bow strange it is that the Kits tins artistic giants chcriit lm and seraphim this robo of Christ richer than that the deptli of the third HeavenV Oh the r7iir should isolate himself und his gov Â¬ I shall and archangel celestial giants have poorest oud the wnnest and the worst sunshine that fills mv soul Where sin abounded grace soon be gone for surety no one can live ernment from the S3mpathy and failed to climb to the top of Christs may wear of the civilised world in 1111 exl in this world after such glories as God glory thev might all well unite in the mav much more aliound gericv and at a moment when civillcd Oh mv sins my sins said Martin has manifested to 1113 soul He that words of the text aud say sympathy are tsM ntia to the continued I What did the dving Punownv sii3 mv sins 1113 sins Luther to Stauplt cometh from above is above all being even of paternal goChrist must Ik above all else in our J Tho fact Is that the brnwnv German can as easily die as close my oves or vernments Heczars and fresh illustragives 0 student had found a Latin Bible that turn mv lit ad in tleep Before n few tion of I here are also 1111113 books preaching thcancicnt proverb that Whom on homiletlcs scattered through the had made him quake and when he hours hove passed 1 shall stand on the gods would destro3 thcy first inukc world that all laymen as well as all found how through Christ ho was par Mount Zion with the one hundred and mad Not content with ill treating clcrgvinon have made up their minds doned and saved he wrote to a friend forty and four thousand and with the the unhappy Jews the powers that bo Como over and join us great just men made perfect and we shall what sermons ought to be That ser so3ing are now persecuting an in ilTensice secÂ¬ mon Is most clTcclual which most point and awful sinners saved by tho grace of ascribe riches and honor and glory tion of the Russian peasantry edly puts forth Christ as the pardon of God You seem to bo onlv it slender aud majesty and dominion unto God Dr Tntlor con Â¬ There is over then a sect called tlifl much extol the and the Lame sinner and you all sin aud the correction of all evil Stuidists Their bitterest foes hear iudlvldal social political national meroy of God but we who have lcoii demned to burn at the stoke on his witness to their inorality sobriety and There la no reason wl3 we should ring such ver3 awful sinners praise His way thither hrokv nwov from the honcsty Por reading the Bible and the endless changes on a few phrases grace the more now that wo have been guardsmen and vent bounding and attending prayer meetings they are im Can it be that von are so leaping and jumping toward the fire There are those who think that if an redeemed desperately egotistical that von feel glad to go to JctfuHanTl dlo for lit hi prisoned and tvxiled their wives and exhortation or a discourse have fre laughters are outraged and then quent mention of justification solidi 3ourself in first rate spiritual trim and Sir Charles an in lait moment had either beaten firstdeath or sent to tlm to fication covenant of works and that from the root of the hair to such rapturous vision that he cried Siberian hell ami their property is con And so tpward upward upwardl and co vu mint of grace thot there Â¬ tho tip of the too von ore scorli--- lookinggreat was t lie peace of one of Christs fiseated Tiiet do not attend t ho G rook Immaculate What 3011 need is it fore it must bo profoundly evangelical tho thot lie put his fingers church Poreo them to attend atSuch and here it is in the Bible disciples while thej nre suspicious of a discourse -glass Pintof a biyouot or kill them In his his plKe wrist which presents the same truth but un Poor and wretched and miserable and upon observed is the dictum of St lVtcrshurc it and counted der different phraseology Now I say blind and naked from the crown of the oud We remind the tyrant that Gnd II is ro great was and there Is nothing in all the opulent head to tho sole of the foot full of it thunderbolts ore hot and that thedny No placidity that after a while ho said realm of Aiiglo Soxoulsm or all the wounds aud putrefying sores health in us And then take tho fact Stopped and his life had ended here if retribution drowcth nigh St Louis word treasures that we inherited from Hut grainier than ltcpubltc the Latin and the Greek and the Indo that Christ gathered up all the notOi to begin in Beaten Â¬ wnsVtho tbsVinn3of the tvorn out ClirNlliin Iruifrr Kuropcun but wo have a right to mar- Â¬ against us and paid them and then of that TSs cheering to sec how tin church ii vheii in the Mnmtine first shal it in religious dlw itsssion Christ fered us tho receipt I am now ready to opening Its oves nowadays HutrrprUe And how much we need Him in our dungeon ho eriddnets thu example His illustrations were from tho grass the llowors the sorrows We are independent of cir be offl red and the time of my do- - marks lis movements Novelty is no spittle the salve the barnyard fowl cumstances if we have His grace Uliy parture is at hand I linvo fought the longer fen red Readjustments are In the crystals of salt as well ns from the he mode Paul sing in the dungeon and good fight I have finished my course voguo While holding on to what is seas and the stars and we do not pro Â¬ under that grace St John fromdeMlate t have kept the faith henceforth there good in present methods an honest at Â¬ pose in our Sabbath school teaching Pntmos heard the blast of the apnea lvp is laid up lor me n crown of rlghteoun tempt is made to find and use any lust and in our pulpt ad drew to ho out on tlc trumpets After all other candles niis which thu Lord the Itightoous new thing which promises success Tho have becu snulVod out this is the light Judge w1l give mo in that do3 and church is competing What are the the limits that gets brighter and brighter unto not to mo only but to all them that Christian Kndeavor societies the Kings I know that there Is a great deal said Do you not see Daughters the Y M C association tho perfect day and after under the love his appearing In our day against words at though hey were nothing Thoj mat bo mis hard hoofs of calamity all the pools of that Christ above all in d3tug allevia- - tho Boys brigade the Philip and An drew brotherhoods the Solvation arinV used but thev huve an imperial power worldlj enjovment have been t rumpled tionsV ToworHthe last hour of our earthlv but so many new ways of reaching and Thev are the bridge between soul and into deep mire at tho foot of the eternal soul between Almightv God and the riKk the Christian from cups of gran Â¬ residence we aro speeding Wheal see helping man aud woman human race What did God write upon ite lily rimmud and vine covered puts tho sunset say Ono dov lc s to live When see the spring blossoms Pure religion and iiudcfilcd be Â¬ tho tallies of stones Words What out tho thlrstof his sotl I say Another sea fore God is an iuivard state of mind Again I remark that Christ Is above scattered did Christ utter on Mount Olivet TIs 1 conscience void of of Â¬ When I closi and heart Words Out of what did Christ strike all hi d3ing allot lotions I have not son gone forever tho spark for tho illumination of tho 0113 synipath3 with tho morbidity this Bible on Sabbath night I fense toward God and ownrd man Another Sabbath departed The em sov Love joy gentleness peace righteous unlvoiM Lot there abroad about our demise Out of words peror of Constantinople arranged that When I b urv friend I sov Another neKs these are the constituent ele Ikj light aud light was Of course thought Is tho cargo and words are only on the iluy of his coronation the stone earthlv attraction gone forever What ments of religion When these things the ship but how fast won hi your uiasbu should come and consult him nimble feet the 3 cam have Tho roe are In us they will work out of us while bucks and the lightnings run not so Thus religion Is manifested in conduct cargo got on without the ship What nlhiiit his tombstone that after you need In friends all he would need And there are men who fast Prom decade to decade from skv But the manifestation Is not religion 1113 your work In your Sabbath school are monomaulacu on thu subject of de tosky ih 03 goat a bound There is a It Is only the fruit of IL Religion has a parture from tlls life by death aud thu place for us whether marked or not creed and it has a code of moral but it class In your reformatory institutions and what we all need Is to change our more thev think of It the less thev aro where you and I wU sleep the last is a life vocabulary when wo conn to speak prepared to go This Is an uumanlmcss sleep and tho men are now living who If invisible ourselves wo could fob will with solemn tread carry us to our about Go and Christ and llcnvun We not worthv of 3011 not wort 113 of me lov a single human being through one Soladln tho greatest conqueror of his resting place Aye it is known in ride a few old words to death wlnn of his life und know all his secret there Is such lllimltoblo recourse day while dvlng ordered the tunic he Heaven whether our departure will ho day his coronation or a banishment Brighter thoughts and hopes and anxieties hla Shokespoaro employed 15030 different had on htm to be carried after his prayers und tears and good resolves words for dramatic purposes Milton death on a spear at the head of his j that a banqueting hall through which delights and woes and struggles wo employed 80H different words for army and then the Foldier ever and i the light feet of the dancer go up and poetry enough to fill a vopoetic purjKisoH Kufus Choato em Â¬ anon should stop and say llchold all own 10 tne sounu 01 trumpeters will should have ployed over 11000 different words for that Is left of Salodin tho emperor and bo tho sepuleher through whoso rifts lumeDrift W004 x legal purposes but the most of us have conqueror of all tho wealth ho accumu- Â¬ the holy light of Heaven htreamoth The dominion of a sinful habit will less than 1000 words that wo can lated nothing did ho retain but his God lyill walohyoti He wlil send 111 fearfully estrange us from Gods prev manage less than f00 and that makon shroud I hove no hmpitl3 with such oiigels to guard your slumbering once A single consenting act of diso behavior or such absurd demonstration ground until at hrlsts behest they iKslicncc Is enough to let fall a cloud us so stupid When wo come to set forth the lovo or with much that wo hear uttered in shall roll away thu stone botweon Him ami us and to leave our So also Christ Isnbovonll In Heaven of Christ wo ore going to lake tho ten regard to departure from this life to hearts cheerlos aud dark Cardinal dcrest phraseology wherever wo find It tho next There is a commcn seiislcal The Biblo diitiictly says that Christ is Munnliig and If It has novor- been used In that idea on this subject that 3011 nnd 1 need tho chief thenio of the celestial ascrip- Â¬ Dr Pentecost writing from India direction before nil the more shall wo not consider that there aro onl3 st3los tion ull the thrones funiug his throne gained by use It When wo como to speak of tho of departure nil the palms waved beore his face all wiys the number of contorts thcro Is f om A thousand feet underground glor3 of Christ tho Conqueror wo aro b3 the crown down at his feet Cherubim thu foreign missionaries 0 toi00 jwr cent greater than can Is going to draw our smiles from triumph Â¬ light of torch tolling in a miners shaft to cherubim bcrophim to soraphim Chrlstlau upon is ami redeemed spirit to redeemed spirit shall shown by any equal number of al arch and oratorio and evor3 thlii a ledge of rock 111113 worker lu Knglnud or Amurioogrand aud stupendous Tho Pn neh tvo 11103 11 minors death Par out at recite tlto saviours earthly saurltlce on some high hill of Heaven navy has eighteen fiags by which It soo falling from tho slippery ratlines Stand All the world would llko to bo good gives signal but those eighteen fiags and broken on halyards we 11103 die a and in all the radiant sweep the mortt but not at the cost of On mission of mercy lu glorious object will bo Jesus tho navy can put Into OliOO different sailors death Myriads Hence the worlds goodness Is bud Sol combinations vAnd I have to tell you hospital amid broken boues and reck- - guzing on the car of Uii sufferings fishnet is Its religion J 1 Â¬ - TALMAGES SEBMON Â¬ that these standards of the Cross may b lifted into combinations Infinite anil varieties everlasting And let mo say to young men who arc after awhile go- Â¬ ing to preach Jesus Christ you will havu tho largest liberty and unlimited resource Yon only have to present Christ In yotir own win Jonathan hdwords preached Christ In thp severest argument ever penned and John llunyiui preached Christ In tho subllmcst allegory ever comported Kd- ward 1nyaon nick and exhausted lean- ed up agulnst the side of the pulpit and wept out his discourse while Georgo Whltcllcld with tho manner and tho toIco and tho start of an actor over5 whelmed his auditory It would have been a different thing If Jonathan Kd wards hod tried to write and dream about tho pilgrims progress to tho celestial city or John llunyau had at Â¬ tempted an essay on the human will Brighter than tho light fresher than the fountain deeper than the seas aro all these Gospel themes Song has no melody flowers havo no sweetness sunset skv has no color compared with these glorious themes These harvests of grace spring up quicker than we can sickle them Kindling pulpits with their fire and producing revolutions with their power lifthtintr up dvinir beds with their glory they arc the sweetest thought for the poet and thev aro the most thrilling Illustration for tho orator aud they oiler the most Intense scene for the artist and U103 are to the ambassador of the sl3 all enthusiasm Complete pardon for direct guilt Sweetest comfort for ghastliest agonv Brightest hope for grimmest death Grandest resurrec- Â¬ tion for darkest sepuleher Oh w hat a Gospel to preach Christ over all In It His birth His suffering Ills mir-Â¬ acles His parables Ills sweat His tears His blood His atonement His interces Â¬ sion what glorious thciuest Do we ex Â¬ ercise faith Christ Is Its object Do we have love It fastens on Jesus Have we a fondness for the church It is because Christ died for It Havo we a hope of Heaven It Is because Jesus went ahead the herald and the fore- Â¬ in Â¬ I Â¬ 1 rt--p-eet Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dnt Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ s Â¬ mis-Honni- - Â¬ Â¬ i 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ I - holf-snorfl-- 5 tJt---- i t H HE WROTE world In FOR ALU cruel carelen coMl iTJe nd cures for naught but golal I ifghtJj Why nhoulil my troubled pawa plead uruiuor n noou JV brother s wo- odrownod In mummons roar My song1 1 llio hatul Ihnt forluno stoop to bless Must crush tho bud of tenderness My toddllnff wco ono nut tho pon Into my trembling hand amain And clamborliik upon my knoo Papa wlto for met Said archly I wrote n homely childish talo Of bopo nnd lovo no ponslvo wall Of others wronw but what her stnllo Had wnkenoil In my huart thu while And when tho Ink had scnrcoly dned I hoard the sons on every side It nlled tho land from sei to aoa While thousand cried ho wrote for mo Charles Eucrtio Hunk In Uunnuruf Gold 1 flunK my pen upon tho ftVUr A MOUNTAIN LION ftjLn Advonturo P- with n Suvngo ison of tho Mountains N Don- - m enmps TIIK remoter regions of tho lilnek Ullls far from tho towns n li il in I u i n g tho or- Â¬ iginal denizens bear door elk n ti il mountain lions enjoy almost t n tl 1 i S pitted puss os iii on I n the shadowy c u n yons nnd denso thickets tho cunning mountain lion trails his prey This nnimnl ono of tho most fonnldablo of tho cut species nioro nonrly resembles thu tiger or panther than his noblu namesake His i u policy of stealth and it is only when wounded or at bay that ho will lie rarely attack the human species falls n prey to tho ritlu of the hunter or mountain ranchman The latter wages a relentless warfare against him bo entire of his Jmidnoss for tho blood of young colts and his frequent inroads upon tho herds that pasture tho moun tain meadows With all his cunning the mountain lion often comes to grief in tho ranch mans bear trap and his career of blood and depredation is changed for one of innocence and usefulness as a parlor rug A miner who returned recently from u prospecting tour in the western hills gives an account of an ad venture with n lion which well illustrates the habits of the animal and the danger of attacking him at a disad vantage I was prospecting for gold on the Limestone range about a month ago wild he and stopped over night with a rauchmnn namod Jones who had quite a herd of horses lie complained bitterly of his looses from tho lions I asked him why he did not hunt them and he answered that It was useless as It was very rarely that a sight could be had of tho animals Ho had trapped four in tho last few months but his losses still continued and hardly a week passed that he did not find tho linlf eaten carcass of a colt or horse The net morning I started out to bo gin prospecting upon a ridge near tho ratiehmuus cabin In reaching the point to which J was bound I had to cross a stream at u short distance from the ranch As I was leaving tho bank I noticed in the soft earth foot prints which looked like those of a giant cat It had rained tho night before audi liai no ditllculty in following the trail which I at once recognized as that of a inomitain lion I had no armn with me excopt a large revolver but knowing that these ani mals rarely attack a man I had no fear of an encounter and thought that 1 might possibly get a shot at thu runeh- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ horses which had ovldontly been up tho unnjon to a spring to water enmo slow ly down tho ravine In single file Thoy were headed by n coal bluck stallion who tossed his head proudly and topped occasionally to crop a bunch ol grass or nip u tender sprig of birch hit train pausing obediently at his will Hehlnd him camo his numerous family mlld eycd dams with young oolta caper ing at their sides yearlings biting onch other playfully as they trotted along nnd young mares as light and graceful In their airs as a bevy of schoolgirls in tho interest of this sceno of pan torul llfo and freedom I had almost for gotten tho prowling boast of proy who but a few momonts ago was clogging my footsteps nnd who was perhaps at that very Instant watching tho unconscious band and choosing from its num bor Bomo particularly fat and Juicy member for his morning meal Tho black stallion suddenly paused In tho pathway put his nose to the earth llko a dog raised one ol his forefeet and gave n wild snort of four Ho had scented the trail of the mountain terror and turnim quicKiy galloped rapidly back up the canyon Most of his band followed snorting nnd giving short neighs of terror In an Instant onoyoung maro who had left tho path to snatch a mouthful of tempting grass upon tho hillside alone remained and who seemed not to have recognized tho signal of danger for sho lifted her heud loisurelv and then seeing the Hanks and tnlls of her lleelng friendH trotted aftur thom At tills moment glancing aoross the gulch I saw a huge mountain Hon leap lightly upon tho trunk of n treo which leaned over the gulch nearly opposite to me and just above the retroatlug marc A moment ho rested upon the trunk Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wy shoulder half -- nrtln pursuer In the act of crouching ft r a pr njf I reached the rocks nnd had Just souted myself upon a bowlder screened by stunted pieces and over looking tho path when another feature was ndded Xo tho scone A band of Into lino by menus of a bargain under ItHtr Kftttrt to Conciliate which ho will control tho patronage of this stajo in enso Mr Harrison should AiitlHnrrWon Workvn Since Whltoluw Hold has hired head Â¬ bo elected and thats what Mr Piatt in quarters nt tho Fifth Arcnue hotel after those republicans who fought where ho can W near Thomas C IMutfs Piatt in thu Interest of Mr Harrison headquarters thoro has boon no end of dont kco where thoy aro coming In To plaeato Plntt Mr Harrison will speculation ns to why tho republican vleo presidential candidate hns prac- Â¬ have to slight some of tho friends who tically deserted Ophlr furm and taken stood loynlly by him when ho needed off his coot and gono n enmputgntug as them at Minneapolis It Is this condi- Â¬ though the entire responsibility rested tion of affairs that Mr Held is trying to undo and It has become his dally busi upon his shoulders ness Doesnt he trust T IlnU lie is hnrtl at work at it Ho went Is ho going to run tho uiimpatgn down to his headquarters In tho Klfth all by himself These are some of tho questions that Avenue a few days ago nnd he con ferred long and earnestly with nro being asked Miller ex Congressman Henry U The speetelo of a vlco presidential lltirlolgh and Chairman Charles W candidate in almost dully contact with tho muchlne in dally conference with Htiekett of tho republican state com- Â¬ Not tho machine leaders and occupying mittees executive committee special headquarters within almost much good camo out of the conference speaking distance of tho machines for there was oven more gloom ubout headquarters Is Hufilclont of a novelty tho Plutt headquarters at night than to attract widespread concern That usual The nltuntlon seems to 1ms this The there Is something behind the peculiar action of the tall of tho republican president wont budge to placate Plutt ticket that makes him desert the cool- Â¬ und up to dnto Plait hasnt budged to ing shades of tho Ophlr farm goes with- help tho president The ditllcult task of budging some ono Is now the peculout saving iar business of tho republican vice That something Is Thomas C Piatt It may not bo that tho sage of Ophlr presidential candidate and tho friend of union labor of the Mr Held has hired headquarters for vintage of dune 18JthlnkH uneasily of the purpose of getting Plutt Into line Plutt and his knife but It is decidedly The Lnion League people dont lovo certain that Mr Held does uot like the Piatt Harrison knows this He un Â¬ attitude of Piatt Miller and Company doubtedly used his information on that toward tho president point when ho had Cornelius X lllm So far as the president is concerned made treasurer of tho republican na1 was for Cornelius Plutt is still sulking In his tent His tional committee companionship with Warner Miller N HltsH that Mr Harrison humiliated Whltoluw Â¬ TRYING TO PLAOATE PLAMT SCHOOL AND mmmmmmmmmm -- CHURCH a Â¬ Thoro wcro no399A publio ftchoot teachers In the United States last year Dr Joseph A ftolss pastor of tlw Lutheran church of the Holy Commit Ion In Philadelphia tins been In the ministry for fifty years and his co gregatlon met recently to celobruto lite event A tfommlttea of tho Manchester N II Central church Is going to sot aside ono of Us horse sheds for tho use of bicycles Quito a number of the congregation rldo to and froin itioohurek on cycles on Sunday as well as during tho week v An nittl Sumlny traveling union has been formed In England with mem bership of ia000 It purposes not ao much to promote compulsory enact- Â¬ ments but rather to look for succesiby appealing to tho Intelleot ami spiritual sense of teoplc Rev Dr Hruco writes to The Gospel In till Lands from Julfa IspahanPer sin that the power of tho Moslems lias been greatly broken and that while In his school until lately there were no Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mohammedans Â¬ 1 r- - SjjJ 4 - 1 dan boys are In attendance Harvard university Is spreading her net over n very wldo extent of territory this your It is announced that exami- Â¬ nations for admission to that Institu- Â¬ tion are to 1h held simultaneously In no less than twenty five places Includ- Â¬ ing England Germany and Japan The Congregational churches of KanstiH recently in session in Hnllmt discussed and finally adopted a plan looking to self support It contem- Â¬ plates the reduction of the amount received from tho American HomoMls slonary woloty from year to year to the vanishing point which shall bo tho year of 1000 Miss M 13 Finncgun county super Â¬ intendent of schools for Choteau coun- Â¬ ty Mont has jurisdiction over tin uvea of U7ai0 square miles while Miss Mlow Caviinaugh of Dawson county looks af Â¬ ter tho sehoolsof a county eovcrlngttO000 square miles an urea equal to that of South Carolina greater than that of Maine mid uearlv four times that of Massachusetts Â¬ now thirty Mohamme Â¬ POT POURRI A OF ROSES I Delimit rrrfuiitn That r it iluy Ior- - IIB FAHTKNKl 1118 FAK08 IH IIKB NKCK Â¬ nUtx W If --- -- tss TUB MON WAS IflON e nians enemy Tho track led up along ft puMi through the thicket and toward the mouth of u small canyon Ah I Proceeded I saw that tho trail which n quite fresh circled around toward the point where I hail crossed the rtrcaui and when I arrived again at tho ctijfslng I was somewhat startled to In tho sand by tho side of tho Mreiuu vloio to ono of my own foot prlii tn made not ten minutes before a fceeoml track of tho mountain king This was becoming Interesting The n wai upon my trail and It sent a cold shiver over mo to fancy n sudden kpring from rook or tree followed by u weight of four hundred pounds of ildoit upon my shoulders I at onoo determined to lonvo tho trail nnd nook a point of vantage among tho rocks it Use mouth of the canyon Thin I did Wot emitting uu ousdouul gluuco over MV TIIAII- and then launched himself with a grace ful spring landing squarely upon the back of tho horse Uxlng his olawB in her shoulders and resisting every at tempt to shake him off A loud shriek of brute terror and agony was heard and the mare feeling that terrible weight upon her back stood trembling Tho Hon lost no time with fear Leaning over her shoulders ho fastened his fangs in her neck where ho hung fast sucking her life away For u moment I had been htupetlnd attack by the suddenness of tho but now pity for tho young mare and boldness and anger at tho cruelty of her llereo assailant Illled me Without ahyughtof consequences I reached fyr my revolver took quick aim and Hied This sudden interruption of his bloody feust nnd th palnol my bullet wlihh aa I afterward learned strnck him In ono of the fore paws caused him to release his hold ami drop to the ground and the terri lied maro sprung away llko tho wind up theennyon path 1 had saved her life but us I came down from my pereh tc get a bettor view of tho situation I realized that my chivalry had brought me into danger Tho Hon crouched whore ho had fallen growling savagely and licking his wounded paw Sud denly he saw mo and recognizing tho cause of his discomfiture prepared to attack me M was now but a few pacus off and ngiiin leveled my revolver and lircd The shot went wldo of tho mark nnd I saw that I wus now at tho mercy of tho very claws from which I had freed tho uinre 1 braced myself to receive tho spring and grasped my revolvor by tho barrel to use over tho lions head I had weighed all my chances and de Â¬ cided there was no escape when suddenly almost us tho lion rose to spring upon me tho report of u rlflo rung nnd reechoed along tho eanyon wallH and the tawny brute lay rolling in his death agony Jones tho ranchman hearing tho cry of his terrified stallion had grasped his rlllo and rushed to tho rescue His stops worn hastened by tho cry of the mure and when he stood In tho mouth of the gulch and saw thu animal reudy to spring upon mo his hand was nerved to his task and tho bullot did Its work St Louis unerringly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ulobo-Derao-cra- U What an old umbrella Ilrattlen Komnrkablr isnt It It is carries evidently ono of tho shndes of his an WiasMngtonSjnr cestors There Is u way in which tho iost ogo stamp has the udvnntngo of tho small boy It can never bo licked but once Hams Horn Â¬ Gather the rose petals In tho early morning and place them In n uool shady place for an hour to dry Tosh them lightly and then put layers with salt sprinkled freely between In a largo covered glass dish You may add fresh petals to this every morning When you have u mittont quantity let tho whole stand ton days shaking thor oughly every hiornlug Now in the bottom of a glass fruit jar place two ounces of whole ullspliv crushed and two ounces of tlek cinnamon broken coarsely Kill the Jar with row petals nno salt This must now stand six weeks or even longer when It may bo prepared for tho permanent jur DurÂ¬ ing these six weeks the jar should be perfectly air tight Mix together one ounce en oh of grouil cloves allspice cinnamon ntid Not as heavy us Grovor la porh aps but then I huvo nioro lemons mace ono ounce of orris root shredded uud bruised two ounces of lavender Cleveland Pre w flower These are the proportions to ngt Im- Â¬ Piatt in the recent turning out of oillce be used to one quart of the roso petals outside of the breastworks has Place thl mixture in alternate layers proved the character of hissulfniiig of John V Milhollaud and Onirics II with the contents of the glass fruit Murray two of Piatts stanch lluuten any jar In the more ornamental jar that Is Although the indications are that ants N Y Times If you choose to lx used permanently has inudu histerms wUh thu man Piatt you may add a few drops of tho oil of POINTED PARAGRAPHS who aro to manage Mr ifurrlivohs your favorite flower rose geranium or campaign there are no indications that The danger of a hunted campaign violet and pour over the whole one he has made any terms with the presi- is lessened on the republican siduof tho dent or that tho terms which he sug fence by the reciprocal coldness of Har quart of a plot of good cologne TJiIh gested to the Harrison managers have rison toward Clarkson und of Clark pot pourri will last for yours Vrom time to time you tuny add a little luvon the approval or will have the approval son toward Harrison Y World or water or any nice perfume Thn of the president beOii fragrant odor from a row Jar filled with but Piatt had a conference with Chair placedNone guardHarrison men have on in selecting manageleaves and fragrant jplces Is very pene Â¬ man Campbell and Secretary Carter of rial timber for the national republican trating uud Ih particularly pleasant In the republican national committee campaign The president has no idea lie was very anxious that it should not of trusting tho men who great political large drawing rooms anil hulls Tho odor Is uot only refreshing but delight- Â¬ bo publicly known that he wus in con loaders us they tire proclaimed from ful ns well A rosy jar lllled with ference with theie olllcers one end of the laud to the other that bo lint ho took occasion to praise the they could not trust Harrison When u good htoek should never allowed to remain constantly open which Mr Camp Â¬ executive committee the end Is reached your tnelo llenjn If tho covers are removed for bell hud appointed and It was noticed ititii will this policy of pro that W A Sutherland ono of Piatts scription realto thatone Detroit Ireo an hour at a time twice u day your Is u losing rooms will become permeated with a men was placed on that committee Press sweet reviving odor that will Im a do There was more of a feeling of repose The arlstocrnts and plutocrats on light to all who enter your home in the republican camp in this city and both sides of the Atlnutlu tiro rapidly When you select Now one word state that night than there has been making preparations to commit cluss your rose Jar tho host aro those with An awakening of Interest In the ilnee house of double covers without perforations In campaign no far as the Piatt machine suicide Tho days of the It lords are numbered and If throws either cover You will find them with ia concerned was looked for but it litis out the bill for homo rule in the parlia Â¬ a single cover with a double cover tho uot come Kvorything Is Mat and dull about the ment now being elected It wilt undoubt outer ono perforated nnd tho best of own Plutt headquarters In tho Fifth Avenue edly pronounce itsnever diddoom hi nil Is the one which I have mentioned anything My jar Is of imported Japanese warn America plutocracy hotel One hears no talk about great meetings thnt are yet to bo more menacing to its own existence with suoli a cover nnd thn Jupunoso rutltlentlon Su people iiulV ho said to bo coiinolssetirn held and none of Importance has as than tho erection of Kurt Krlok Louis Republic ill all things thut delight tho olfac Â¬ yet been held here One sees no signs Itepubllcans claim to bo lit favor tories In couoluslon let mo say If you no evidences of of enthusiasm und When tho of a hot campaign They are advised own u roso bush by all means have a confidence aro displayed louder get by themselves they hhuke that greater uare should be taken of rose Jar It is not only n delightful their hohlH und do not know what to tho little tin plate mills created uudor thing to prepare but once prepared It is evi Â¬ their policy Already four have been you will dud It make out of tho situation A tblnir a hutri and a Jojr forovr dent that Mr Ilnrrlsou Is not reudy to destroyed throwing outofompliy mont If these mills five men and six loys Laura Whltten in Ludloa Home surrender to Mr Plutt who fought Minneapolis and It hud been more carefully watched their Journal him so bitterly at in Is evident that those who huvu tried to destruction in thu middle of thu cam VxplMitMtorx paign might have contributed mtioh of restore jwuce huvo met with no suc Indignant Wife Here air Is the pho Â¬ cess and thut tho breach Is still wide the warmth now lucking In republican tograph of a strange woman I find you Chicago Times circles open Kven If Mr Harrisons friends aro in tho hublt of currying around In Henoo tho enormous activities of your p wkot I demand an explana- Â¬ Whltoluw Held hence tho desertioti agreed that Mr Cruin colored should tion of Ophlr farm ami the momentary huvu tho Charleston post ofllco in ex Â¬ I Husband Why pihawl my interruption of Mr Iteldn real busi change for u delegates vote Isnt it fell in love with that girl long dear before ness in the campaign viz to pone ns rnther eurh to oxpoot Mr Harrison to Life an apostle of union labor after having pay the debt Should Mr Harrison bu our marriage to Wo maintained a rut ollleo and fought defeated the vote loses its value Little Dot I wish youd come here tho typographical union for years and Should htt be reelected ho will have years until jvolltlcul ambition began to plenty of time in which to select a and help me mend my dolls crib place of hiifllelont imjortanco to repay Little Dlelc Im tired change his views In his present frnmo of Mr Critin for so patriotic a sacrifice ns Llttlo pot You neednt lony wtnk With Plutt Louis- Â¬ Jos hold xl null wklU 1 kawmvcii U mind Mr Hold dousnt wia just where thu Crtfm vote nt MtnneupylU la OooU Kowt he to comlug in WUh Piatt brought ville Courier JouruaL fl ffftfi fa Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I i Â¬ -- Â¬ 1 i Hazel Gbeen BPENOER COOPER tfSfcOll Heilvld11 Ertlto I- tin purse vn mnile up thousand of these putnplllPtS nre to in wuulil j 1 HAZEL GREEN KY Friday Sept 0 1802 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President CttOVER CLEVELAND Of Now York Tor Vice President ADLAI E STEVENSON Of Illinois For CongrcM 10th District JUDGE M C LISLE Of Clurk County Tor Circuit Judge D H KEDWINE Of Hrenthitt County COUNTY TICKET For CircuiuClerk JONAS F VANSANT For Shorifl GEORGE V DRAKE Kor Circuit Judgr We arc authorized to announce Judge HKNKY C LILLY ns a candidate tor Clr eult Judge lu the Twenty third Jiuliciil Hv trlrt composed of th counties of Kstlll Leo Wolfe Hrenthitt mid Magoflin CUHRCNT NEWS AND COMMEMT Gov Pkck was lust week nominated for reflection hy the democrats of Wis cousin and thore ia every assurance that he will bo triumphantly elected from cholera are reported from New York this week but as all vessels arriving in United States ports must go into quarantine for twenty days it is hoped that a spread of the disease may bo prevented It vyjlj bo well how evor for all porsons Wee that their premises arc free from filth of overy kind Precaution is the best panacea during the prevalence of a pestilence and tho present the time to apply it o o Thrkk death o o o Â¬ prevent poverty in distributed at ntieo nun ug the working tlmu nniU of hungry homes iintl when men in the districts of tho twenty seven one hcoh it prostituted to the punishment membcis who nposcd the bill in the of two hcliis nnule in the linnueuf Gcnl house The pamphlet requests all who nod nn oxhlhltlon of evil the whole receive It to hee that tho nrw law is rlirtiHtonlshlnly appalling nntl tils idly enforced in their locality and says tiling t i ti i Why lo eiviliml nusir ints law covers an me it employed gtmtlnujy tlcprmling directly by the United States and by people permit mich thing anyhow o contractors and sub contractors on gov o in eminent work including all public build JiMxn II C Lilly is announced this ksue of our paper as the republican ings dry docks and river and harbor concandidate for re election as judge in this tracts entered into since Almost ISUJ If apt Lund of Ontario at present judicial district ami his record for six is bofore the oople like an in Washington speaks by the card Can years past When lie was elected law ada has no idea of flunking lie says open IxmiIc Canada will not back down in the Icsmhm held sway and it was next to in Mime of the maintennce of her policy on account of1 impossible to hold court counties Under his iron rule all this the presidents retaliation decree The i has been changed and it is as safe to only effect of the proclamation will be hold tourt in any of the counties of tho to push the work on our canal the con Twenty third judicial district as in the struction of which will be pushed thro city ol UtuNville Judge Lilly is a pro the coming winter so that in the spring nounced partisan in polities and it is Canada will be ludepei dent of the Sank Meanwhile the i0o a not our province to parade the praises of Ste Marie canal any man outside the Democratic party ton toll imposed on Canadian vessels will Politics aside however Judge Lillys be refunded to the shippers by the Can It is hardly neces judicial record is a good one and in a adian government business way we simply place him before sary to say that Capt Lunds views do the people leaving them to judge him not accord with those generally held In a nutshell his record commends him here No protest will be made by this gov Â¬ and his republicanism condemns him lint hold I maybe wo are too fast for ernment against the seizure by a Russian reading his announcement we note that war vessel of one American and four Canadian vessels caught sealing in waters he docs not run as a republican over which Russia claims exclusive jurisWASHINGTON LETTER diction On the contrary officials hero regard the seizure as entirely right and Wahiiikutok 1 C Sept J 1892 Quite a sensation was created here by proper being the exercise of the same the statement that President Harrison right which the United Slates claims to returned to Washington to call an extra have acquired over Rehriugs sea by its session of congress for the purposo of purchase of AJka from Russia passing u bill to prohibit immigration during the cholera epidemic in Europe WSilRKPBtlg It Senator Culluni who Is here said I is in my opinion only a sensation fail to see tho necessity for any such law If the health ollicers do their duty and they seem to be vigilant wo can keep iveTo H Should there bo a tho cholera out A Happy Orphan Xlh promise of a great pestilence we might Kknton Co Ky Out Ia oar orphan Mylato born Uu ro is a 15 be compiled to resort to such a heroic otd child that had Uwu iuCrrinj fur years measure but there is no reason why we from aerrousneas to such au oxUiut Uiat h up and with far do should do so at this time Our officials oftUiDooala tho ulijht i otand lu a delirium cou erery feature plotod have ample power to quarantine passen dttlorj would k roteUou atuonit ho oldor and pooilrotn aa Imaginary gers and to prohibit the lauding of suspi only witb great dinioully bo purvuer put tocould again bud s Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Wik fVwMt QA wjftf Mvcw7WifffflllP bssllm frfii i HFinirV MCUiJintllluw wiiiic 135 E MAIN are alt IUSKASKS by causing the bndv to absorb OXYoKN It l a homo treat No nliook no tinnier ment No medicine or doctor needed Write to us for cin ulnrs and testimonials from the best people all over the country xli ir uiRiur ssi HM HHKStH Zff f STBEETM Custom Nous Sttt M LEXIHQTOH J Dubois KIi webb Ky anil Jelli rson streets LonlsvPle WATCHES SDI DIAMONDS CLOCKS JtwtLRY Solid Sillier AND Optical Goods Trimble Bros WHOLES AXE It Paw CalUCoubtSowTroLCrufvInflun 6E0CIES A M wbooplnc Couch Bronchitis snd Aithms esrUia curs Tor Canuraptlon In first ani um si on- iur riier ib advise fi tirti Tou will scUnt sflMt ftr tskinj ts t urywbr Larx Pld by Ant lot 00 bctUMUesaUaa sth Ut MT STKKMNG KY itct pza m mm EJINS trronsicniiteiits of produce niul tli ptitnmnue of Moiiiitiiin Mercluinto rtiH-t-fullsolicited JeHlv THE WINCHESTER WlNlHKTKK N T BANK J KY Normal and Preparatory School NEXT SESSION B May II WITHKKSPOON It President P HtSTKlt Onihlrr Sepl sifi 1892 J4ai J Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 60tKHUX This Hunk solicits the account of mrf chants farmer trader and bioinens turn ucneriilly thriiiiwliut Kasterii Keiiturky and oilers its cuotuiuer every facility sniI the most lihcrxl ternis within the limits of lewitimate bnnkiiip yr ncttlr ill BLbBbbBbbwV13bSPw Â¬ Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY 10KHi Â¬ cious cargoes Last yt o was hanged at Wise C II Va on Friday for tho murder of John Hylton July 4 1891 Ho had promised to make a speech just prior to his execution but though he had a big wlg from a bottle of brandy ho failed to find tho necessary nerve to face the multltudo which had assembled to seo his murderous neck broken Ho died in soventeen minutes after tho drop and his remains were brought to Letcher county KyM his natlvo home for burial o o o Â¬ Taltox Hall HON ADLAI wt Hnek leaves Hothwell every morniui Sunday excepted at SiO and arrives at Leaves Hnxel Haxcl Ureeu at fe10 r M Ueeu every morning Snnday excepted at J oclock arri vim at Hotliwell at 2W V M by thoso who knew him in his boyhood and eoiincitinj with the K b S A train for Mt Sterling There the K fcS A con days was in ellbct an ovation nects with t ruin for Lexington Frankfort Jas A McKenide a cousin of and Louisville so pnrtics can get to the the vice president to be and many other gone upon a serious and in one sense a above places the same day they leave Ilniel Oreen distinguished democrats addressed the dangerous mission Stye is under orders assembled multitude which took din- to investigate tho recent forced removal Ladies and children traveling without ner on tho ground over 1200 head of of political refugees from a vessel flying escort will be kindly cured lor We have cattle sheep and hogs having been killed tho United States ting by officials of one old experienced drivers Yours respectfully and cooked for tho occasion of tho rival Venezuelan factions and if TAitou Ji pkiusk juirtr o tho facts shall bo as rejorted in tho press o o With this issue wo hoist the name of dispatches her commander is to demand RSbbbbbI Hon M C Lisle of Clark county as the return of those rcfugocs the taking iUMP tho democratic candidate for congress lu of which was a violation of the ultima this district ami appeal to the party to tum of this country long ago Issued and -accord him allegiance We havo from ably reaffirmed by Mr Plalue in the liar c time to time acquainted our readers with rundia case i e that a political refugee his abilities and it is now needless to can not be removed from beneath tho U expatiatlato on his excellence A He is a S flag Naval officers consider the mis Â¬ gontloman thoroughly qualified for tho sion difiicult as an attempt is certain to position in touch with tho people of tho bo made bv both factions in Venezuela PLEflSflOT district and one who will reflect credit to use nny recognition they may get by HuVr F UCxmr upon his constituents as their represent nn official demand from tho commander iiaviJW KiVrvjre atlvo in congress Let all good demo of the Concord as a weapon in their local cratsand there bo no Other kind in old fight Resides that the yellow fever U THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT ANC Kentucky now go to work for a rousing epidemic In Venezuelan ports and the NEW AND MY COMPLEXION 13 BETTEil Wy ilivtor mt It oc rmlr on Iho utomach Iirrr majority for Marcus on the Sth dav of cholera threatens to become so by the nil Vll I L ihmuk liAxntltA tin urnK I mimU mm hritit and I prviwrvd ttruiUvMiljru November and never lot up until the time tho Concord gets there No naval tf v Itsrlrl evening of that day olllcer envies those on tho Concord o If AUdruKiUtsUltntOcnndflAaiNirkntf Tho labor organizations of Washington A 0 liihilouraililnifririnniU Tun Sulllvan Corbott fight advertised are doing something that is not likely to ac MrJlrlno innvr Ikr tMrWrtti tihylltlNMrrwfr Ailiirjn V for Weduesdny night last under tho au bo pleasing to tho twuty seven members liil ionlrioliVOUI M spices of tho Olympic Club at Now of tho house who antagonized the eight LniKitTY Ky DAVIS Orleans has absorbed tho interest of all hour bill when it was Ixforo that body AMOS WITH tho leading newspaper for two weeks A pamphlet addressed to Tho Work BETTMAN BROS X CO past to the exclusion of other legitimate ingmeu of tho United States has been and more palatable news Whv news- - prepared giving a brief history of eight Manufacturers of Clothing paper will encourage this species of hour legislation from tho Introduction W W Pbaiu St CINCINNATI brutality In mystery These two human Of tho original bill In 1816 to the signing Si Tho justly celohrateil brute fought for a punoof 4o000 and of tho law enacted at the late session of j lVrrylan steel iwns the depraved taste of the American congress by tho president and the votes are sold at this ollieo at 10 cents a iloren people i portrayed in the punctuality I for and against it in congress Five ami the best pencil in town at 5c apiece Â¬ Â¬ cratic candidate for vice president ad dressed GOOOormore people at Herndon Ky near his birthplace on Friday and tho old fashioned welcome tendered him E Stkvknsok demo Assistant Secretary Spaulding of tho treasury de artment was m t so positixo as Senator Cullom about there being no necessity for prohibiting immigration I will not express an opinion He said on a subject that should be left to tho president Of course the suspension of immigration would materially lessen the danger though it would bo possible even then for the cholera to get here We are doing all that we can Wo have es tablished a close quarantine to protect this country at every port If it is di Â¬ rected by Divine providence that we shall have cholera here we can not pre- Â¬ vent It but It Is ns near Impossible for it to get in as we can make it State department officials are reticent concerning tho mission of the United States gunboat Concord which was this week ordered to proceed to Venezuela as fast as alio could get there They say that tho Concord has gone to look after American interests just as though some body might suppose she had Wen sent there to look after European interests As a matter of fact the Concoad has Â¬ bappud Itav K sk to otMKTTo tho child and advlacd the um of Pastor Koealga Norr Tonloid kindly f uridshed ua Mvoral bottles o It Tb first bot Us showed a marked niproreuwnt and after using tho aneoad botlkt and up to tho prvnt Ubm the ohiM Is a happy ami oontcntod being A41 tbo suffeciag from nerroutiuyis should rsfag ta lsutUir Kovnigs Neurro Tonlo KKV U UILLstUllAND bU Johns Asylum Koiiig hllo on a vUit here Capital 1 200000 I Sntriirs THOMSON M IlIOSTAKK President G L KIltKIWTRirK Vice Prrstilrnt V alTrll BaHH M inaar V laliirr o FREE A Valaablo Itook a Narrows lMseni94 snt frrw to say addrou sna poor psuonu can alto obtala this wedlclBO frao of eharsaw This rsnsdy bM bon prapsrvd by tho Rsveread Fwtor KosBtg of Kort Wsvne lnd sines LT and is now prop area under his direction by tfco aBBaTffr tMKtasBaBBf m wsasajBBaBKBK2ifBBaBajTnRi JH We respectfully solicit the business of mrr chants tanner traders and business mm jjenerallv throughout Kastern Kentucky A geiienil bankini biisineo done dive u a chance to send vou a bank bonk pay yrnir vou inouev when in tirnl cheeks and loan v W TllOMPMiN Ch KOENIQ MKO CO Chloag SoMfeyDrajnrlstataif6rBetUa lAnrMsMi0178 6DetUsferS8 811 A ifctif Kitern Kentucky school unsurpassed by any other in R S STKADElt Successors to SON A Co J A Lai I WLT BotnwBll I JET W KEN mi w iicsri Â¬ ai Haze A full course in every department 74 E Main Stkkkt IKXINUTOV KY Teachers vuke to the interests of both Wholesale dealers lu pupils and patrons Hates of tuition low 100 150 W00 Kentucky Whiskies per month music 50 cents per lesson Straight Hoard and lodging at the Acudcuiv Home only J0O per week Now building new c Wims Brandies furniture good eatables Teachers have charge of all boarders FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY cuSeml for catalogues GIGAKS AND TOHACCO VM H COU Principal J0 JACKSON 01Hale Ins OPENS SEin 0 Tarr and Old Taylor Aijents for Old Pinjh Old Pepper OM lie H A Cut Price House1 HW -- GFEDES PIKfMNNATI OHIO IM 1S02 A- 107 HACK STKKKT PARE Each Way 2 Itrge Povon Teaehor Hrlck Buildings New Three story Hoarding Hall P Latin Creek German fcc Complete Normal Course All Common ItrancheH Catulosuett free Pitop OOFF laelcson Ky II r-- rVIiKKWKAK SHAWLS KitY OLOVKS MLANKI rrS MS PKNDKUS and all kinds or mimi ares and other Bonds in Notion nnu FuruishiuB oods Line II Js O ri Fkuku t00 Miureh l Street New BIST IS York TtlnTiWlllIll bbWBBP5 w srsr J jfXZ gPliffllilHll -- tf JP4 J lkl4IK Itlll i it J lMillltnl ihtiilixi lll I J Ijj I it Mrllln Special attention to mail order OIT IS QCASIITr QliUtt irtt I I illntihn Ifilal 11 un l bBbbbbev fA yRwmmi J Â¬ m WiSS ar w 1 w yiOkXSK ifl BBasaws aM sHl BbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbBbT nh rlilr It it il r ttiiit i m j ii I l inj ii ii inif IllltlWII t lfl II a ir lin I 1 I tttrHf WORMS VERMIFUGE Has lod all Worm Romodle EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOTA EVKItYWIIKUE rtftr4Vj KutuwpsQSTATum mo co gTi0T - ralfcTt irrlu Oiir It liMllk lb llloul fun ru llii lkou tn J II a ft 4 nlll I III mK IuJu WHITES CREAM FOR 20 YEARS tff Oijr Hi LANESMEMGIKE hwtt tillr Wit JTyzLziT Mut rsg rxr UlIK t fiMlnirii on nlHU in iU4taMmit I ullln ml ln tllulldii 14 rviuli t r hf iliiilh f nnlm i m 1 ltii rquliI Itux imi j Hut aBBBwat1VSTl5uyi nilui nn I i KNssBninr Alli pjOMiy HOUSE hhixIj UUMIM hi 11I Uuflil I h dlUKI Cf I vi Oil tiHll Uii Iml lMfii fim tliinuU ROSE niaeksinithine DeBUSK IUAt TKAL J liiful IJlHIOitm Ur k r Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers HAZEL r ik AlluniT lKilin fss Iull miv niit n o JktlMyt kitKnll ir 11 lt iv- - fillUM nhjr limi Itlu iJH Aumilu MuIhs i CAMlTON KY of buildiiii all work vniMiM work promptly done KEEN KY all kinds mdlcited anj We make a specini wagons and iiarifr r linn or either of us for work must S CQMB3 ritoiiiiKTOK Mini until iitil iiiikh iirkiitLriietorV term be demanded for all work thine hereafter Th6 pntronace of the traveling pulitlo h Tlianklutr n tbr past patronage aiu respectlully solicited Table the best and HoithiB a continuance of the same w every attention to tho comfort of guesw in in tmlilitid lo inr 4 k wTwXi fti circulation in woilo Morgan If City Local than nil other paper In tho IX Spradllng It moved to Campton III Ml Sterlluu Win I iiiireliiiut -Itulavllle and Mucin last week fT lxlnirton imsT MKtM through Tho long wanted is coming down in will And l TIK Mountain inxde kith 1YdVKUTKS1N torrents this morning UATK8 TIIAN8IKNT Row W L Ucy has just returned yvcrtlnMUcnt inserted for less tlinit 3 r 0luM nn ilun for tMn flr1 from n preaching tour oiitlm wlU l t CJtrtlon and M cents nn Inch for each nub- Several of our jeoplo Rttcndcd tho irttttiit liiMrtlon jtrirAll TltANSIKST AnVKUTISISU MUST Fallen salo Friday and Saturday L7aI IX ADVANOK It G and J K Rows Imvo just return AWVKUTWKMKSTR V 8TASDIS 7 fiO ed from a business 13 uumtliH Inch trip to Louisville 4 We H M Elam and R F Anderson left iM bhe last ovening for Uuisvllloon business vU t Lft CntfrS -- 3 Pr Jay Iee of Morehead has just lo- Â¬ i chf liberal rales on larger advertisements cated at this place Wo prefer all such mhIc known on application Jcnl notice to he lute ruprrveil among men MlinK mailer 10 cents a line with n I is S S Back of Rousseau has been visitJiBtofW per cent where they run a mouth ing hero for a few days accompanied by tr wore Obituaries tributes of icspect etc He a his slstor Mrs Phceba McQuinn words to the line itutl send fat Count six inanuserlpi Wo will write Several of our boys Imvo been killing 6HifV with the tdituiiries and publish at fi cents a Hue tho biggest Right of squirrels In the Marriage and death notices not exceeding last few days but gosh I good old Joe and published KHKK kn llnrs solicited jHrllltK KOIt UKOlIAU AnVKItTI8INl has beat em nil jlYHIKQlAUTiitlY ON uKMANO SlKWKK COOIKK Sept 5 PitomniTiox Address Green Herald WOLFE COUNTY thoy enter tho academy for a term of ten S S k InrKcr ilrcMlilU months Tho voters of this county ro a little disappointed over tho choico for the democratic nomlneo for congress Ab though thoy wore anient Brooks sup porters they pledgo themselves to the nominee Wo soo through the columns of your VAluablo paper that the Hazel Green academy will begin its noxt session on Monday tho Oth Inst Wo send it thrco students from thn place and with them our best wishes for its future success Sept fi Guarantee A SHERIFFS SALE FOR TAXES ho herlff of Wolfc I2Jrw of Uxc and W I or ono of my deputies will oa M0 I tQK4 J county XcHtHcky for tke years 1M f il i MONDAY OCTOBER 3 189 between the hours of 0 oclock A M and S 1VM It Miht ty H pote to publio snlo for cash In band the following rest eetave or to mmcH tfurtof m may be necessary to satisfy tho followiuK tAxaatl col to witi a iJMWI oelk NAMK Adjoin A Â¬ 5 11 AH gjs Aberly Jacob VllWllll Untoeated 140 I J It AlTYXtiitiiHiltiiltiiiliiiili 73 it W LtAUllllItM tkkfltttftk4fe ITowrn i Ilnxel Hreen Ky Coughing lends to consumption lUlwm mops the cough nt once There local this place Kemps isn move on foot to establish a huilding and loan association nt Miss Viola May Married J Morgan Eastcrling Kearney September 1 1802 to o Krctchmer Neb notice of dressmaking in another column and when you need work in thnt line call on Mrs F N Pay Tho Congregational church at llethel will he dedicated the first Sunday in Oc- Â¬ tober by Hov H S Smith of Newport There was a eg led meeting of Mispah A M Tuesday night and members from Walnut Grove lodge attended in a body lodge several F Good baeoudiamsund ftna chiM bread will be received as corn either or both for several days to have some needed re It miring done on engine and furnace Hnrcl Green academy opened Monday will he in operation again by tho 7th or with thirty nine scholars Tuesday forty Sth of thjsnionth three were in attendance and every day James Watson and Miss Adda King tho increase has been marked who havo been visiting at this place reSheriff Hanks this week advertises a turned to their homo in Harrison county Miss Myrtle Watson who lot of lands to be sold for taxes and if last week you are in it you had better whack up came with them will remain here for See the advertisement elsewhere somo time yet J M Pieratt says that on last Satur Prof Cord returned Friday from his trirto Magoffin ami reports that he se day night several hyenas jwuwed through Ho thus judges from tho pe cured twelve students for the academy his farm with the promise of many more later on culiar noise that ho heard his fencing being torn down and finding soveral Ray Mose a white trainer from Montplaces where they had wallowed in the gomery enmity has been engaged to dirt He says he wants no more of this train at the Hazel Green fair track and as there might bo a grand jury lu session parties having stock to train should see before he gets in n good humor him at once Wo are informed that W P Sample A meeting of tho stockholders of tho has secured the mail route between this Hazel Green fair association is willed for place and Maytown Uncle Billy bus Saturday the 17th inst and the direc- fur some time stvled himself as Wing tors must be present Hy order of the We dont know how he lost his Ies board H K Pi Kit ait V P wings but any one can tell how he lost The academy home or new boarding some money before he is done with this hdl for indents of Hnrel Green acadu mail route It is very common all over my is now ready for occupancy an I the the country for people to see how little building is certainly a monument to the they can carry the mails for Of course mechanical skill of Uncle loo Clark win it i a matter of their own business but hml the contract there is no reason why they should work in for Uncle Sam for such scant wages when Strayed or stolen from tho subscriber he is able and willing to compensate large black sow umlerttil and smooth them liberally crop in left ear and split in the crop Another political thumbscrew willing I will give a umlcrslopc in right ear to twist and lw twisted in behalf of the liberal reward for her return to me third party was billed to sKak nt this Mil Nannii Kahii place lust Thursday Guess he had got Our young friend James H Svango somo awkward twist a he did not turn seconded the nomination of Hon 0 11 up A few of the faithful remnants of llruoks at the Irvine convention and said party had assembled to get their did it in a neat little speech which ov- part of the tally and after realising their hg to the hue hour it was received we diMippoiiilmuui they concluded that as are compelled to omit It will appear i they were so full of anger at tho two old next week parties that a spleen vent was inevitable The report comes to u that Uncle Ike H some of the leaders went at it and in Murphy makes a good many trips up the j a short time thoy lore Wall street all to They then got up free coimige river and as ho has never lieen seen HiiMili iriving stock of any kind on these occi coined tho spoiU ami gave to each man They then adjourned rions hi friends are anxious to know as he had need what his errands mean He may have peace and harmony prevailing Â¬ to Tun Hkiiaid cub on subscription served First come first Letter From Texns Tkakl TkA8 August 26 1892 Dkar Mr Cooper As I havo never written to The Hekau ainco I havo been in Texas 1 will now try to let somo of my friends nt the Old Kentucky I havo Homo know what I am doing been attending campmcctings and eating peaches and watermelons tho greater part of the summer I will soon havo to go to picking cotton Our cotton is open ing very well and we expect to gather a MORGAN COUNTY good crop Corn was nevor better If Ksrl KYMtuUons any of my Kentucky friends contem Â¬ Widow Sarah Hartley and son left plate coming to Texas I would advlso yesterday for Texas them to come this fall as the crops arc James Dennis and family havo just good and provisions will be cheap Wo returned from a visit firWesl Liberty havo lecn having heavy rains for tho Boyd Richardson who has been absent past two weeks and tho grass is greatly for somo time railroading is now at revived home Tell Mrs Ellen Swango that her A C Hopkins tho great singer and Urother Joseph Quicksall is a close Sunday school evangelist will be here neighbor to us and will teach this fall next Monday night September 12 All close to us Give my lovo to all of my old friends are invited to eomo The Exol trotting association has cm and schoolmates Respectfully a colored man to ployed Watt Fletcher Maioik Stevenson bo the training of horses and the track lotlr rrtjr lowWow is being put in perftct order for the J S Nickell writing from Erelsays X tuisiness The speaking that was announced hero Buford Pieratt has been appointed a for tho 1st inst by W T B South of cadet by the governor to represent the Frankfort was a failure on tho part of state of Kentucky at the Kentucky mili Mr South but not however on the part tary institute to which place ho will go of the people assembled for they were this week amply entertained by speeches from B The Etel mills havo been shut down F McClure W F Lykins and T E Â¬ Â¬ Caiullll Thompion ope uonu e Vreeuuuj A 1 im m vm IBM 1992 m 11 Henry 7 UnlocAtftl mm Ucriif tt VA II Henry J 1 00 7 Icsmlcr Phbr Hsnnuel Michael tooo 7 Uu located Johnson A F Admr I W Mapcls heirs TIRO niTonas Campbell K U Land Co B LeiininlwM 7ko Same 4 Jesse mu StK Adams KeyMonc Investment Co looo 7tnloctnl 1101 4uToseph Spencer Little II YL Long Mary A 120 7 Unlocaled Love C L 1000 7Unloesled Mv r louriiOjr a J 700 lot Lee City 14 79 403 90 m mi mi m iwt m 187 4 m t 90 ftO 4 M 58 21 4 4 31 4 H MM 00 pa 40 01 03 im Ijulnenherry F Hom O II Malonev M C Miner oc i rvw hi 1 nut nil iirr Powell Thoinm 1 4N ttttMttttttttMttttt heirs II 750i J LMMi II I lROi ft J W CourIcIou 2001 4ii4iwrence ronuer 17W 4Ncwlon Tnwntend UK 74 j Mopsn Hose t 11 11 182 Sneueer O IL Shumaker I O Shcehau Mlehncl j i 180L92 Houchy James oo 7Unloeateil 50 JJill T Speneor fiO 2HM 4lnloeAtcd mi 1802 1802 23 Oft 4 00 4 03 2ft 81 80 OCO 491 91 jUnlocntcil TjUnloented SiUnloented ft 00 30 01 1802 3 97 3ft4 Sept ft 1892 ti5M0 t Total tax C C HANK8 8 W C J TAYLOR DAY J Wholesale and lletall Dealers in I FLOYD DAY DAI CO rr GemilMMaise HARL OHEEN KY Â¬ Largest Stock and Lowist Prices of any house in Eastern Ken- Â¬ tucky Live Stock Saw Logs School ClnimB and Country Pro- Â¬ duce taken in oxchango for goods or on notes and accounts Â¬ Â¬ Tho assembly was not very Quicksall larce but very appreciative and the speeches were received with enthusiasm The first soil was broken iu this vicinity by tho peoples party organizing it club known as the Ezel finance reform club And in fifteen minutes we had the names of U6 voters as members of said club -- V Virginia for Oroer Witt Cnrrr HVil TUB TOPICS OK TUB PAY Men are talking about who ball be the next Prenl blent Tariff Reform Ac but the IiuIIch are talking of the Fine Furniture and how cheap Huntington WrASopt i 1892 can buy It from Dkak CooiKii Send mo the old reli Â¬ they able to this place No 43 24th street beÂ¬ tween First and Second avenues I will carry this state for Grover by I have jut added to my Mock of General Mcrohandlie the largest and mpit 10000 Bet on it I Hope this will sufeomnletu line of Furniture ever brouuht to thl country and will make nrlcei I iM i a fice for the present Yours lovingly nn inn i van iun iiiiii 111 11 inuiirairr TiiiTAiiiiirii a runic niiii1 urn kiiihip nun Truly you re OBO W H01UN80N Ket prleea before buying eUuwhere J M Taumjke imite 1 fiajpets mi tigsi Qmp ICy v Gto W 2tQbUiQ 1 1 Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Fred J Heintx tho manufacturing jeweler has iust completed a lot of rings in now designs mounted with pearls found near tho High bridge in tho Kentucky river The specimens are in pink The oblet nml tuoit reliable vtem of lluiluekt ColleRrn In the United State Only llookkecpiut and Shorthand ipeclaltle 1 Term low pure white also cream mid graduated exiHrieueil tenehen employed pretty Hooiur on ilrnt tloor For full Information write to colors ami look exceedingly Hoard of Trade BK08 SPKNCBIt Premdenl mounted in solid gold Lexington Ob- Â¬ Main Stree t eor Third Jx0nviI1K KY server Mr Heintz has an advertisement in this paper to which attention is called Â¬ tlmhltinnhl DreaftttinklHK 14 am now prepared to cut fit and make Tuentyeven ProfeMori and IiiMrucloni Klght Coureci of 8tuily an follow Agri dresses and other garments iu the latest culture Selentllle HloloKleal Civil BtiKinecriiiR Mechniileal KuuineerlnK Veterinary Cliuuieul Normul School County upjiolnteen received Iree of tuition Hoard In doroiV style Satisfaction guaranteed and prices lories 200 per week iu private rnmllle 1ftO to f 100 For eatabiKUei apply to Also teach tho art of cut Â¬ reasonable JAt K PATTIRf ON Ph D Lxltlgtn Ky ting and fitting by chart I mn tun diite OPENS SEPTEMBER 113 It MB W lfeuh lOS Â¬ Mils F N Day lanea day cswary Medicine move tho bowel each In order to ho healthy this l nee FEDER SILBERBERG Third F CO MANUFACTUKEItS Strtv - CINCINNATI O si s w y tltprmnfd Do by M BltlNKLgy m Business With a Horai Institution Kentucky Training Sclwi Mt Sterling Ky THE CLAY CITY 2 r I National banK CbAY CITY KY Capi t al FLOYD DAY 50 Fit AN K w XX II c W President MSHKtL Cahler A iKaetleal lata eauria Nwnaat Aaalrearlr Majer 0 lttkiHH4 W MHHery itaeeJiriMi 1 mm rMia Ml flWltH arintiwlnt lt mNm htisitUss Nov about IiiboniUgh go-l-- Septfi POWELL COUNTY HIUUT l F Agar and wile will hold meetings at t ecils school house ttuniuciieing on Saturday night at silO d lfay continuing night Rev F Agar will give his lecture in the Presbyterian church Ha el i reen on Spurgeon As I saw him oer Sunday On Mon IlieunMiliu There will be a reunion of the Mexican veterans at Frvuchhurg on the 24tli lust UikJ nun nu Thos Turner of iJl Sterling and Svnutor W II Tatil have promised to i of llnccl Green be present and will spak upon the ocen ion rf Will XjUHJt j Sm of Mi Su rllng All Mexican vol fMiia are iuvlted W rf Viinn I Ilmrrli lllliiea Several hogs have died In this vicinity of cholera Win Rowen jr of this place went to Mt cterliug last Saturday on business Charles Smith principal of Grassy Knob high school at Slade paid our t wua visit last Saturday Ifrvlt A Irviu of Stanton preached at this place last Sunday ut ll a M He dilivered an uliiu roruuin which was ap Â¬ preciated hy all who were present former student of Isham Farmer Hazel Green academy and Millars and Daniel Skldinore of thli place left yrir terday Sunday for Hazel Green whuro 11 jiCtGUSsQcssvssasGiiL uoro n ThB Hazei Green fluUlU 1 - No Hank In Kunlern Kentucky liaa belter vnulli nor heller tavItttU for keeping your M mitred entirely bv home pi ojde neeouut who know you and who are idwaya ready to neeotiiiiiodiite you jMrMoney to loan on rrnoiialilo rulei Call on u DTy house Hazri Mhh M fliAii miiVTlVil Ill V til I u IU IUHIKl- ab UlllUT Jof pilnllnirvite N iiliiuiU Hn e I Up ini flLflli rhfudu urllil uuil r lll r Jit a run Kic li irvTiiK llKitAID and mve uioney urwv J 3lTmTJlZ IhIiIUIiiiiiIiI In HOW riitn nnliTM for all klmU - the nrmn Tin home bna been recently refilled and reluriiUhed and the aide la al all tiMra aup piled with the beat in the market Ilatra reatonnble Sample room attached and ape clal ralea to eommerelal wen Patronage n renpeelfully anllelted aly 10 U DAY ProprietreM Gkkkn Ky hull co w innl PmJr--- - eomtaiitly and dolnj the bet ol work al the loweM price Hfeelal nccommodntloiu for cuitouiera WHOLESALE DIIY lOOW NOTIONS HOOTS SHOES Ac from a dltUnee Without detriment to our home trade CATLKTT8HUKO KTp fely In runidiiir HI H D AVIII MAUHN WITH CARPENTER A McOUIKK Attorkkym-at-La- w No Bids F LOOKIIAUT Offend for Bad Rolls MILL CO I D H J- - STAM1ER We do not tmiku them and have no demand for them In our trade THE MAYTOWN KY T3BJSTTX0Tp 4X17T1AJ OAMriON KY praellce In the eourM f A M MTAMrKR of Voile ami the adJolaiHir J W w MwtJIKK eoHHtlra kzii Jel7tr W W MANKKUMaMKr 1 All liHoiHCM fHtrHklKd will receive prMtp attaNtUu Muurcuri w I ym iTAfyrrT l- - 4 Tl 1 IlSlel Green Herall aiENOKU COOPER Publisher ner hud by thltiruo qulto convulsed hor sister Wclli Ufl nlmple enough s What on earth MeLane ojaculatcd Mrs r by that time Tina yoiwnmy havo another pcrfcot KY to como them HAZEL GREEN Hlack them Ho has put them out treasure and your clever sister may bo Ohl that would never do after all at home but ah me whatever hap Â¬ Ids kindness to John when ho was in for that purpose I shall probably never And ICatcl you shant do anything of the pens then THIS WORLDS GOOD ENOUGH England just before our marriage ho is never novcr iblnok his boots again I couldnt put him off nnywajvas kind Its an insult When I hear a feller growlln the going to sail this week But what an Its tho custom of Is country Judith Spencer in Good Housekeeping volco In Blng aonff whlny mimicked Kato for he an English awful dilemma That this world U dark and Bcowlln SANG HER OWN REQUIEM An If ho could avo hta choice llml said Kate her eyes dancing man lljr away to glory you to do it The ToucIiIiik Death of One of tho Many ilow hod Hut I will not allow merrily theres just one way out of it In a robo o spotless white I wonder if I could get old Sarah that I can sec Children of ltito In Chicago story Then I think his upper Sarah has gono to bed aud 1 heard Death under strango eircumstancos Is a IltUo bit too light At about tho time tho afternoon train her snoring an hour ago For a notion thatll make a recoirtly came into one of- - Chicagos Man ns big n fool nn that was due Mrs MoLane seated herself Well you shant do It Ill call homes A frail sweet faced girl was You can bet ll never tako a upon the pleasant piazza to watch for John sinking into the grave of a consumpLodgln under my or hat there tive Her twenty years of llfo had tho approach of her husband and his No you wont now Tina Oh I thems peoplo alluz whlaln guest Sho mudo a pretty picture as was a note of warning in Kates voice been years of sorrow and hard work With a long dojected faco sho rose to greet them her graceful beneath the laughter listen to mo When a child she had been robbed of An complnlnln an rcplnln figure framed in by the climbing rose Its a part of my duty to black these her mother by tho same dread disease Thnt this worlds a dreary place vines that wcro trained about the boots and black them I will or elso and a worthless brother had filled her If you showed em rosy bowers Whero the birds sing In the hadc porch Ill throw up tho position altogether cup of bitterness As tho eldest child Wy they sigh nn say the llowors Her welcomo of her husbands friend Think It well over to morrow morn- she assumed charge of tho household After whllo nvo got to ftulo was so simply sweet aud gracious that ing no one to wait on the table every Â¬ and sacrificed her life on tho altar of Till they shut out all tho gladness Cunningham was charmed mid when thing in confusion and your sister sud- Â¬ love She worked down town until who From this path of llfo below An tlioy loavo a trail o sadness after a few moments of pleasant con- Â¬ denly returned from nowhere That was physlojilly too weak to stand Journal Long tho highway as thoy go Delicious Graham Rolls Tako ono versation he had been shown up to man would recognize me Im sure Thoso who loved her and called her pretty guest chamber he was In- and you would be overwhelmed with friend could do nothing but watch and and one half pints of graham flour half the I remember one ol mortal Whod contended sixty years clined to become a convert to his mortification Oh I have you com- Â¬ wait for tho end which was Inevitable a pint of whcntflour and two heaplnj That grim death Is but the portal friends radiant views of married life pletely In my power now but still you Their entreaties and tears availed noth teaspoonfuls of baking powder Add From this gloomy ralo o tears Which shall I inc for tho uirl was determined to one teaspoonful of salt Mix thorough lu a suburban home may take your choice To tho goldon pavod horcaftor The moment thnt Mrs McLano had do An the bloomln by and by work and die for those she loved Sho ly together while dry Half a gill of Yot wen nngels come to waft cr husband to herself she hurried him gasped Tina faiutl her Hlack them fought ngnitiht her fate until the dread molasses should be added next and To or homo beyond tho sky into hor own room and closed the oh its awful but hour She built her hopes of llfo upon sufficient sweet milk or milk and waWy It seomB tho summons knocked cr door A few rapid words of explana- Â¬ What next 1 won- Â¬ tho sand and kept the enemy at bay ter to make a dough just stiff enough Oh 119 its fun Vain philosophy away tion followed causing perplexity uhd der Tina do you suppose hell ring for by her will power alone Like all to handle I sometimes add a well An sho told tho fatnly doctor surprise on the part of John MeLane me to bring him his bath to morrow victims of consumption she believed beaten cg or two as it is a great ImShod a ttttlt rulhtr etayl which ouded in a sudden roar of morning Englishmen are proverbial she was recovering wheu she was dy- Â¬ provement Bake at once in a hot Course there aint nouso pcrtcndln oven Detroit Kree Press laughter An agonized entreaty from for their cold baths world aint somoat rough That tho ing Hut tho plnt that Im dofendln his wife a solemn promise exacted and Tapioca Cream Soak over night girl re Tho fatal day came but the If ho rings dont answer it dont Is Its plenty good cnougn given fond sealed with a kiss then you go near him Kate do you under- Â¬ fused to go to bed While tho sun two tablespoonfuls of taploea in three j crwo Know mis Koouiy irw nu rt MoLanp hastened uownstalrs stand Mrs Tinas face was simply inde Â¬ shone for tho Inst time for her she fourths of a cupful of milk Put ono Mado a dwclllplucc for man 1 again where Arthur Cunningham scribable at the mere Idea and Kate worked around the house It was the quart of milk In n double kettle over death as welfas birth wus Gods etfcrnhl plan found her when ho descended a mo fairly shook with smothered laughter filial reaction a delusive ray of hope the fire until scalding hot beat tho a crltfer neednt Hurry incut later And she was looking even But the awful possibility did not oc- Â¬ and life penetrating the darlc valley ol yolks of three eggs with half a cupful Toward that land o Heuvnly bliss prettier ho thought than when ho had cur and eight oclock found the trio the shadow of death As the shades ol of white sugar add the tapioca flavor An he has no call to worry first seen her ten minutes bof6re Bout u llfo as good as this around the breakfast table and the evening were falling the dying girl with a teaspoonful of vanilla when the t- They were joined by the host soon af- graceful maid iu silent watchful at arose from her couch her face suffused milk is hot stir in tho eggs and tapioca ijipiug in uuiu i uiucf ter and the time passed pleasantly and tendance on them as before T with a hectic Hush aud a peculiar light let it cook two or three minutes then swiftly until dinner was announced by Cunninghams eyes now followed her in hor eyes She then seemed to real pour out in a serving dish beat tho TREASURE a tall and comely young woman so frequently that Mrs MeLane took a ize that life was fast leaving her and whites of the eggs to a frotli and ndd dressed in the conventional neat gown sudden and desperate resolve she was determined to fight off grim two spoonfuls of fine sugar pour over the top and set away in the ice box She Was Appreciated In tho with immuculato cap and long white as she and her guest death to tho last How After breakfast apron 1 am not dying 1 will not die she serve cold X Y Observer were alono together upon the piazza Household MoLano Johns clastic mouth stretched widely tho Englishman gave her tho opportu- Â¬ cried with pitiful frantic intensity 1 English Batter Pudding An Enyoung at this pleasant apparition but his nity sho desired cre had been trouolo in Then the poor girl began to tear the glish batter pudding with green goose Â¬ and lrfl McLanes household Sarah tho wife gavo him a warning frown Thats quite an unusual waiter girl pictures from tho wall and repeatiug berries is made as follows Pour a pint congratulated herself when she saw invaluable cook seemed to be a difllcult of yours Mrs MeLane I couldnt help her defiance of death soon exhausted of milk over a slkv of bread crumbed persou to get along with for one after that Mr Cunningham had noticed observing her er dont yon know and the little strength that was in hor Stir in ten even tablespoonfuls of Hour exanother the waitresses left at the end neither tho mnjd hersolf nor tho your husband said last night she was a When the walls were stripped of the Add the yolks of four eggs half a tea o their first week aud this had neces pression of his friend pictures she moved the furniture iti an spoonful of salt and finally the whites perfect treasure lie did however notice every detail sitated endless trips to the hot city for And so she is Mrs MeLane as aimless way until nature surrendered of four eggs which have been beaten but I shall not be to death both Mrs McLanc and her pretty sister of the daintily sot table with its ap sented blandly ton stiff froth Beat this batter care- Â¬ taste Even then the dying girls mind was fully and stir into it a quart of green fiutat laatthey- hadaucoeedod in on- - pointments all inallperfect tho most The able to keep her long fas that paging a very superior person who dinner too was Thcro was the faintest rustle of sur- abnormally active and clear She sank gooseberries Put the pudding in a coolcs temper tidious palate could deslro for old prise from the curtain of the open win- Â¬ to the lloor nnd like the virgin queen of greased mold or tie it up in a thick Vdidnt mind about the antl Hid she could got along with uny Sarah was a cook who scldonfailed cloth which has been thoroughly dow near which Mrs MeLane was sit England refused to be moved was greased and floured Let it boll two few days following her ad and every eourso was sorved with ting She divined who was hidden beI am ready I will die now otJehe days of entire content the perfection of smoothness and prevon t nnd been hours Serve it with an old fashioned hind it and tho knowledge gave her all she saidon tho part of her employers and Mrs cision Pillows wcro brought to ease her hard sauce Boston Budget the courage to go on Once or twice as tho dinner was In McLano assured her husband every Indeed you quite Interest me dont lowly deathbed Then with tho lights THE LATEST DESIGNS night that they had indeed secured a progress Mrs MeLane with some Â¬ you know turned low nnd sorrowing loved ones thing like a spasm of disapproval saw perfect treasure I shall not be able to keep her bondlnir over her this child of fate and Yes ami eyes were iol long She is really a superior young misfortune began to sing all the good How Pwtty Hounn DremnHainili Jnfcnty vBut one morning after John McLano that the Englishman a of TiiuiH Sowni uro the deft and person superior to her position I old songs and hymns which sho had lowing the movements had gone to town there was a violent dress is made of A The shat Â¬ graceful maid Hut tho maid herself mean and is moderately well educated learned since childhood for sho had red very pretty house commotion in tho pantry crepon for a belle skirt pointed tering of three of Mrs Me Lanes dainty went on with hor duties with downcast too It seems that she is engaged to lived a Christian life in its truest sense basque back corselet front and full breakfast plates in quick succession eyos in apparent unconsciousness of be married As the swan slugs in tho hour of its sleeve uppers drooping over deep cuffs tho window curtain was a prelude which brought thu young Mr Cunninghams observation rustled in an astonished sort of protest death so did this girl sing her own re The edges of the collar wrists corselet housokeapor quickly upon the scene Suddenly tho Englishman dropped a engaged to a very worthy sort of quiem as sho sank into eternity Not a basque back and bottom of the skirt Oh er ftndnbe wa jtoolnnoccnt tocouuuet the bombshell in thoir midst man Mrs McLano continued calmly word failed her as her sweet voice fol trimmed with black silk moss bands accident with the subtle smell of spirits Mrs McLano I had the idea I should but she thought it wiser not to be lowed tho bidding of her mind hour are twenty five cents headed with jet 1 had married until he had a little laid up after hour All was harmony and teu at wlyhjh hqemod lb bo floating in tleujr- - seoyour sistor here to night crepon undTgentlo words 06 regret quite looked forward to er meeting and sho also wished to contribute her der melody as sho sang the praises ol gimp at the same price The perca Ijor dbunn was one dollar and lined with audi caution evoked stieh a sudden her dont you Wow share towards the furnishing of their her Lord whom she was so soon to Hue at fifteen cents storm of temper and disrespect that no flush on Mrs McLanes prospective home so she went into meet She sang so fervently nnd faultTho delicate Princess gowns have a yoke round or other course was open to her but to cheeks suddenly deepened the wait- service and is saving her wages for lessly that it seemed as if sho was v shaped and a corselet of silk edjjed give the quondam model servant notice ress having nothing special to do at that purpose She has quite a little singing In unison with the heavenly figures wenr bead thut her Services could be dispensed that moment swiftly withdrew into tlie stun laid hv already and I shouldnt host to the accompaniment of angels with a voices gimp Slender tucks Con in cross wise these villi at an early date Sympathetic neighbors who venient hach drosses are of serge pantry and almost closed the door but wonder if they wcro to be married in harps The sooner tho better was tho In- John McLanc hastened to the rescue heard the weird music gathered softly fashioned the fall homespun etc depuudont answer Its not moaolf who I like that it shows pluck dont In the houso of death and listened until cheviot bell skirt in fact there is but well tho fact is Cunningham Oh with a earetoilve with a missiiB that keeps you see my sister-in-lasaid Mr Cunningham tho end came isn t here you know nnd one that is both n skirt ToMis lover of my soul the wines locked up You klnnay me jutL ftyto Its unfortunate I d nave and an altogether American independ belle and a bell Jacket waist iXLet mo to thy bosom fly my wages an Ill go at oncet arm liked you to meet her shes a very ence of character I admire that girl sang the dying girl and ere tho hymn having only shoulder nnd under lin She departed somewhat after tho pretty girl and clever too deuecdly 1 really do seams and a belt across the waist manner of a whirlwind leaving Mrs clever A satisfied complacent rustle came was ended angels beckoned her to jolu This last In almost an under- Â¬ through openings made in McLanc and her pretty sister in utter tone with his eyes on tho pantry door from the window curtain but at that the heavenly choir Chicago Tribune which passes the side seams and fastens in front over amazement at the suddonuess of tho w 1 had tho Idea she was living with moment John appeared and ended the a loose blouse of wash China or surah treasures transformation Sorry old man to tear THE ONE THING NEEDFUL you yousciei er 1 upirijcuow now 1 conversation silk which usually has a back of silesia the vlnpcovorcd mado tho blunder you away but if you really insist upon u lurlilun iriitleiuiwt to the and is entirely separate from the jacket ptitejafttalkiug It over and nt ranglng to back to town witli me this morn Â¬ Advice of Cointo do Clmmboril waist Small rovers are worn aga Mgoto4own together again tho next t tHut she does llvo with us- said going time to depart I always allow the unwilling to loavo ner ing its Mrs A gentleman who believed that to an and deep close fitting cuffs end at day ty fill rthet unexpected vacancy gUest MeLanea false impression only myself just seven minutes to get the under In a point up over the sleeve The important extent clothes mado the man ton when a little oy came lolterlug up tho the casthig about fora truthful explana train even when the man is a royal person Russian blouse has become one of anil in at road and llnally turned leisurely Tho usual graceful complimentary and fiudljig 110110 but that which Chambord at their gate Ho prbvotl tcTbo the boarer tion husband had already given only adieus wore interchanged and Cun Â¬ age visited Comto do ago Comtc do fads of the season but letitsshort shadow hor stout figures lleo from Prohsdorf a few years of a telegram which Mrs McLano you soe she Isnt Ami just now ningham wont away with his frlond Chambord was tho grandson of Charles Sleeves are broad and full to tho elbow JjpJucd and read while Kato gavo him She hurried over the last fow words as carrying with him most ploasant im a small some pennies for his pains and sent charming X tho last Bourbon king of France close below and many havo of te sho saw tho pantry door was slowly pressions of Mrs McLanes 1 French royalists called him cuff flared out just at the bend him frejolclng upon his way hospitality and her pretty and well and the nnd hoped until his death in arm others are bracoleted there wita Henri V Telegrams from John were a matter opening homo of silk ribbon or a band of passto the throno Tho The entraneo of the maid divortcd appointedtwo men 1883 to of course nnd never a causo for alarm vanlsneu in tne nis marquis restore him this story is told velvet As tho ementerie Cunninghams thoughts from tho absent Shirt sleeves ending in narof whom for aioften as he found thut ho would tanco Kato ex maid appeared in tho outlnfr bo detained in town until a later hour sister and when llnally tho dinner was doorway in threatening attitude Yon was a Parisian a man of fashion and row wristbands are worn on will nave tho tennis gowns thanusual he sent word so that his ended andhoforotwo men were enjoying Tina why an ardont royalist Comto do Chambord gowns Jaunty Russian blouse as vCU fibber she exclaimed joining Mrs McLano a amoko was glad of an opportunity to talk over a bell skirt and wife could make hor household plans did you toll that Englisliraan such a political affairs with a man who must as tho longer worn sailor and slur accordingly aud tho dinner would not upon tho piazza tho Englishman re yarn on in so waist Striped flannel and Outing markedslowly and thoughtfully That bo spoiled Dy the long dolay said Mrs MeLane with know what was going chat Parissaid cloth still prevail for these pretty Because your seems to bo qulto an he tint now as Kato loouou up aim saw waltross of sort of person dont you dignity ho seemed to tako altogether after a fpw minutes uncommon Marquis it is not often that I havo a gowns Ladles Home Journal lier sisters face Its expression tilled too much notlco of my perfect treasure a her with dismay What Is tho matter know Sho has qulto or distinguished You dont think I couRallow nnyjthlng chance to talk with anyono so well InOntim ul unit OraiiRri understands air about her and alio on tho signs of tho times in Tina Is anybody doad so Improper ns that Englishmans bo formeda- yourself No sort of food Is better for the com Now in caso I re her business remarkably well Oh its simply awful Johns going In my waitress do Paris than oatmeal and oranges The assented MeLane coming Interested I belie vo you turn to Paris what would you advise plexionnMimlitvliinu In the WOrld are to bring Mr Cunningham homo with you lncf He waited for a bit of prosmiling broadly my wife and I both 1110 to do lilm to spend tho ulghtl ladkA Oh Kato said demurely philosophy The mar- those of the Italian mid Spanish fo treasure found political I dont seo look upon her us a perfect Kato laughed outright coarse grained Tho evening was over and Mr Cnn Two days lator Mr Cunningham quis looked at Henri V nnd hesitated who live largely on anything so awful in thutl I thought bananaulngbam had gone to his room John Bailed for England and at about tho Should ho venture on a great llborty and fruit like tho orange or Johns Knglishmuu was a very good sort is said that tho fact is becoming nppJ Â¬ McLano was smoking a last cigar hour of his departure Mrs McLano re- But his advice had been asked as a of a follow i elated in the east and that sonio ho is but Kate hou thoklhu of among tho rosos Unll prutty Mrs Mc Â¬ ceived a handsome box of bonbons from loyal subject ho would give it frankly So York ladles to acquire and preserveen ho stammered Sire monseigneur man who is peculiarly fastidious about Lano was hugging and kissing hor him with a note expressing the pleas good complexion uro living almost J I think you had hotter give up your uro his short visit had given him hl4 way of living Why John ha often pretty waitress in tho dtnlng rooml a dozen Suddenly a door overhead was heard But hor expression changed to a look German tailor and havo your trousers tirely on oranges Hnlf wouul rather have told W tnnt no breakfast with a cup of coffee a doze Yea My trousors crackers and cheese delicately served to open swiftly and then oloso and tho of horror as sho saw tho bright gold made in Paris for lunch with a glass of milk ono trousers and pardon me had fallen In than the most delicious dlunor with tho two who had boon so tenderly embrac - plcco thatfollowing lines her lap havo sire of fashion but yourFrancisco areÂ¬ saucer of oatmeal and a dozen lr0 Ar San Pray out dtshes all put on tho tablo beforo him ing sprang guiltily apart and tho wait- road tho supper with a crust of bread and a J room the kindness to give tho Inclosed to tho gonaut n whore he muht pass to his neighbor- and ma vatusUea from tne of tea may not be high living suca In a moment sho reappeared how worthy young woman In your omploy help himself And our waitress- lms but Isnt young Mr Vnn Hug proper sense of the word c0- as tho faint whisÂ¬ over hor head well up a most comical In whom I tako a profound Interest It gen Bello Now Haven gone past recaU I course of diet will bring a Blanche from Â¬ help toward tho object far tle of tho train sounded lu tho way dis expression upAi her faco nnd In her is but a slight 15 so pluckily working so His arms seem to have the of poach and Ivory which wU w think of shnpely hands hold out before her for whlchsho tance and theres no earthly N Y almost uny bello out of her head regulation Yalo time lock Mm Mnltum tvnt nlmnlutnlv Kuloh of defousc a pair of llko weapons getting another before to nlght envy St Louis Ulobc Democrat less but Kato tossed tho bright gold Herald Mrs McLanoa truglo voice aud man- largo and heavy shoes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho Englishmans hotnl Bald Kato well just telegraph with a rlpplo of irrcprcsslblo mirth walk down to tho station and Hut what nro you going to do with ask him here again that the Englishman mustnt be allowed piece into tho air with gcnulno gleo Its mine and Ill havo it suitably in- Â¬ scribed and mado Into a pin And whon ho comes over in the fall John shall HOME HINTS AND HELPS Highland Scones To one pound of Hour allow four ounces of butter at much hot milk as will make a dough of tho flour and two beaten cgw Handle quickly roll out and cut I anyshnpe Hake on a thick bottomed frying pan To bo served hot and eat en whllo fresh Honsokeepor Ocms Three wcll bentcn eggs two cups milk two cups flour half a salu spoon of salt Beat up lightly and hak in gem pans in a quick oven Servo witKi cream sauce made as follows Beat to a cream a cup fine sugar and half a cat butter add four tablespoonfuls of thick cream beat very light flavor with nutÂ¬ meg and vanilla Household Monthly IJlanc Mango Tho most dolldou blanc mange is made of ealfs foot jel- Â¬ ly Take one quart of stiff stock and melt It then add to it one pint of rich sweet cream eight ounces of white sa gar a teaspoonful of vanilla extract and half a gill of bitter almonds beaten to a froth Stir well and pour Into molds to get cold Ladles Home If 1 Â¬ Â¬ - v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ - On TOy-wLro-stIllup- -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ - 1 nt i AGRlCULTURALHirgs 1 Th SCIENCE IN FARMINQH Sice Cultivation ltotnlna Mnlature fa breeders congress the Soil Th constant evaporation nt the sur ce of tho ground causes tho moisture to the feoll to creep upward over the Brl itfaof those boll partlcleH which Stirring- the soil touch each other upward movement by jmU this cBeck air between many of thu particles tl Taacertuin how natch moisture Is re Â¬ F II tained by surface cultivation Klntf t the Wisconsin station and Jmriowed twelve foot lowed and summcr-fal-Jowo1ft the spring Urlfs them One strip was rolled May Uaud afterwards not disturbed except Another strip to wrnpe oft tho weeds wan frequently cultivated three Inches Tho soil was a deep until Tuly 1 tiuAy clny loam underlaid tit four feet with sand On May 9 the ground wa Â¬ ter was found at a depth of seven feet mdou1nly 1 wns 8x inches lower Six times samples were taken with a ioil tube to a depth of six feet from war the ten points marked In tho dia- Â¬ Each foot of moist soil was gram then thoroughly dried and weighed Thus it was found ijjain Weighed that from May 20 to duly 17 each Kjunrc foot of tho scraped surface lost from a depth of six feet 884 pounds more water thau the cultivated surface - J Uarnctto said iour secretary very recently notified mo I paper on A PIGGERY KsprrlMic MUUkM imil Hucccaaaa of mi low Farmer In jib nddrcss befote swine BUILDING tWioa U Riy il njym jjuft -- 4 jm UltOUNII j MOISTUKK IN 1IOWKO is equivalent to a rainfall As t014J pounds of wa- Â¬ ter are needed to grow a pound of dry matter in American corn tho abovo saving of moisturjjyould in a drought The en Â¬ increase the yield 15 per cent graving shows the por cent of soil moisture on duly - at each foot in depth of tho slightly sloping ground The most moisture is retained near tho cultivated surface in roach of the plant roots Shallow surface cultivation has kept the soil moist through the sever est droughts by retaining the subsoil This amount of 17 inches Â¬ uoissture American Agriculturist INSPFCTION Motkoila DAIRY Some rorriK Coxtm of Kcgahttlni ami Milk to be inspected monthly by the government veterinary surgeon who is aho empowered to report on the sanitary condition of lho cow stables and milk from diseased cows the French authorities have psissed n law requiring Paris dairymen henceforth when stock ing their sheds to produce a certificate from the otlleinl veterinary surgeon in whose district the animal tins been purchased that the milch eoxv is free from organic disease They must also advise the similar oflleials in the city of the arrival of the purchase As a further protorticiu all dairy cattle are Â¬ Â¬ In order to calm public respecting the anxieties of the the consumption of Â¬ opening thus making it large enough for them to use out all that remains llv this plan all tho animals In the herd will help themselves to just the quantity they need whenever they waste is much less fcalcuUs It rather shocks the rapidity wnn it and the L 15 Wing any other method f their multipllcaijon lrof Duclaux than by Farmer in Ohio las shown that a veii ut tho buiiling To KcppMIII Hwrft Joint vbality is iiyt conquered iai the Patrons carrying milk to cheese fac- Â¬ ferment germs am additional twalve purees is neccsuiry fto make smrc tories during the warm weather are hijrhly loatcd milk Joses none of its often troubled to keep their milk from nutritive qualities Imt w- notsoeaisy souring and many times resort to set c digestion as the rdinary milk amid ting their cans in tubs of cold vuter Quires toie cooked CUixor Aliut so inwny which makes a great deal of trouble AMike XHlk thus lieatedi and plamd and hard lifting To avoid this lot vessels tfiiat have brii stfsatu scaldfti them suspend a qU glass fruit jar ceps for a Jong time with pounded ico and salt by filled ftr Smestir of Xoriasitidysieudsmllk means of a stick and string just below wiarls in a perfectly fcweet condition tho surface of the milk in tho can JJy Without resorting to any agent for it stirring the milk occasionally and leav prjttrvatlon cave extreme cleanliness ing tho can in open air nnd uncovered Canadian ihero will seldom be any cause for com plaint nt the cheese factory Of course Irotlt or Keeping Sncrp the cover of the jar must be fastened thfXVrittr ln tws CoutrV tcnlleman nn tlirbt tho same as in canning fruit that one hundrcdshcep can be The jar can bo refilled if necessary Pt on a farm adapted to tho purpose Scot Jenks in Farm ami Home cheaply as ten cows with equal Profit nnd much less Too j I to it feeding nlonp before calv Â¬ labor For half a wntury HugiKb farmers have proved ing time is a good way to produce milk Jat to fatten sheep quickly and prolit fever Feed tho bono and muselo Jjy they must bo supplied with roots forming foods In reasonable pmntltlosa on turnips ithey will consume breeding animals should be kept in fro grain and put on flesh three middling condition res as fast as when feci on grain wneaudyet fmv American farmers We give good caro to tho horsVi for turnips like tho English and uvoll instance and tho animal improves ns cmoivcs of this peat aid iu sheep the result The cow will respond to good treutmeut just s readily naiurobes in milk the Pasteur plan of henliitj the liquid and then uapully cooling down Is reported A temperatrrcof 158 to 107 degrees Fahrenheit docs mot HcdU the septic ani To surroundings These uicaKnrtcK are not untimely in presence of the heavy human mortality from tuberculous affections of the um of laillc as a diet and of the coiniuuuieaticms of lnbereulosis from mill from diseasod cows a fait now m X iff tri tr 2Zz ht l placed beyond controversy Â¬ The re cent f Dr Jhing of Copen hagen have cslablished that walk can ontain the Koch bacillus of tubercul- Â¬ osis without tiivr milk jrlatuls or udder exhibiting the hymiatoms of that dis 3he though tVw latter was detected on the eow being slaughtered The disease Senilis can exivi iu the cream am well After half in the erearacd milk despite no ox the contents of the barrel has been eaten iw out an Â¬ teraal signs of I5ae anuiady beixg per or more other stave or two on each side of the ceptible Tun Hums Horn Is published at Indian The Onlr Onn Krrr 1rliitnJ fiui You rind npolis Indiana atSlWper year Hip Wonlj Therein a 3 inch ritaplnv advertisement IIab his ups and downs tho balloonist ln this papor this week which has no two wordnallKo except one word Tho same ia Truth now one appearing each week was in tho erection of a piggery IS feet truo of eachDr from Tho Hurler iledlcino Co This wide by 48 feet in length sided with hoime places a UrcHcent on everything ULCERSV shiplap and roofed with shingles This they uuihe and publish Look for it send CANCERS name of tho word and they will building stands east and west We them tho SCROFULA partitioned M feet olf of the west end return you book beautiful lithographs or inn pics free for a feed room ln this room are SALT RHEUM Mast men fmieiio thomsclvcs not so small bins swill tubs and a good well RHEUMATESMy much The remising space 80 feet is papered with bv udii as by hastening to catch Up lot time BLOOD POISON insido with tu papcv and sheeted with inch boards and dlvldedlnu four pons Veranda Gomlp thcto cxd ovcry kindred dlsoaso arislns Sxl feet each This leaves an alley four Mrs It Mrs A ennt Inst long with from irnpuro blood successfully treated by feet wide the entire length of the north that terriblo cough of hers Thy say she that novcr failing and bcot of ell tonlca and Mrs has night sweats and much fever side of the pens medicines C If they would ston giving hor opiates The pens are floored with 2 inch and U80 Dr Hoxsios Cortulu Croup Cure lumber no floor In alio There are rhcuoulil stum Ira iUutntii Its f0 cents two windows in north side for light Sold by prninlnentdrngglsts throiurhout the stuto A V IlnxHlo liuttiiln N Y niunu A window in south front of each pen lac Hirer and solo proprlotor Doors connect each pen with small Books on Blood and Skin yards that open into grass lots We Hauu Hues said Mr Flunknr when ho Dkcoccs free find this a very convenient piggery and con Id n t tiniiHlatu a pusRjgu in Homer Printed testimonials sent on think the cheapness will recommend it Yalo llecord application Addrceo Wo also have a piggery 8x10 feot Tut Not Your Tnlth In rrlnrri with small yard inront of each pen But rely imnlloltly upon tho power to ouro Tho Swift Specific Co but wo find it more work to attend to f Hicfittor StMiuiii rlMpr tint third of ATLANTA OA sows and litters in these buildings than n crtiiliirv nlii rmiiriU for iimlitiln dvHlielt sill debility constipation liver nnd kidney it is to attend to those in buildings Inactivity rheumatism and ncrvoUHiicsR with tho fecdroom connected Wo do To mako you eat sleep and digest well tide not consider a piggery complete that ia is tlio tonic Tho delicate tho aged and convalescent uo it with advantage A wine not connected with grass lots glassful thrlco a day Tho individual piggery has many good points and scores high in the No MV dear girl a catboat W not ticcc minds of some breeders and it certain sarlly mndo of pussy willow Boston ly is n pleasure to walk across n nice Trmihcrlpt grass plat with a visitor or prospective A M rnnttT Druggist Khclbyvlllo Ind purchaser to show a litter that we siv Hulls Citarrh Curn gives tho best Just a bad cold and a hacking think will Surely take the ribbons but of satisfaction Can pet plenty or testi cough We all suffer that way some- Â¬ when we have to vude til mud for thir- nioiiialB as it cures every ono who tukcH times How to get rid of them is Druggists hell it 7rc ty days without tho light of the sun to It the study Listen H I am a Ranch- Â¬ guide us it is vurj convenient to have Mincrnv had wings on his heels Ho and Stock Raiser My life is the piggery near tiio feed near the must havo had soar feet Bliighamton man rough and exposed I meet all water and near the barn that contains Leader m weathers in the Colorado mountains tho dr straw for bedding Timi and tide wait for no muus three I sometimes take colds Often they noutha uota Texas Blltlngs i iwir are severe I have used German SALTING Mixd euro a headiicho rcraody Syrup five years for these A few Til Clrvor Coiitelviiucff Inentl by n doses will cure them at any stage Ohio runner How to get ln lilo lnformatlon Use n The last one I had was stopped in inclose a rough sketch to illustrate stomach pump Truth It is infallible James 24 hours the way we furnUh salt ten herd of Gkatitude Is tho soil on which joy A Lee Jefferson Col tf cattle in pasture Instead of throwing thrives Auerbnch upon the ground after it in hnitdfuls FAT FOLKS reduced the old method on certain days of tho Tur hammock girl Is in full swing Phil Â¬ adelphia Ucuord 4 y13to231lntr month by linrmlflinrbl wvek we take a new found barrel out ttmoiilo f nml no badNo ctnrrinitno lnrourtmlenr f rflootn Rlrictly rnnfltlnnllal inlo the field place it upon its side fnr rWlir Tnn last throws tho ninth inning lIJLriTioBjBl Aildrnxi Dr il7IJ OWIT jiNTDnmllcVlckernThojit ru lildo 01uciuoliL knoll where there is no Washington Star upon some dry U NAML 11113 IAI La Twy UMi lil shade aw out four or live staves be A 10x0 tramp six feot high ttAITTON nivrnri nf drnlom uuli tween the largo or middle hoops thus tltiulnuhoiB vltluiut W Ii DoualiiM giving tho animals access to the salt at niiiiioaiiilthnpricoxteiuipiMlKri Illllllllll Wrnr you upset by tho bank fallurof Oliru PIIUKIlllli urii IriiinliiliMil nml j Life will and at the same time leaving a Yes 1 lost my balance uujoci- - nroNtruiinn uj law for ob- in tiiluliur money un- pretty fair protection from the rain to tlcrluUcinocenccH Tin man that keeps tho oven tenor of hla way uont often gut oil lib huso was reasonably comfortable and it cheapness was a feature greatly In lU favor The pens all opened into one yard and for that rousou the building was a sad failure for farrowing pens or pig gery If you prefer that name Our next and inoro successful effort Yards andHulldlngs for Pig Rcry As wc sometimes profit by the mistakes of others I will toll you of the mistakes I mndo eight years ago Ic building a piggery Suld piggery is G feet long by 7 feet wide with nn L 04 feet long by 7 feet wide north and west sides 8 feet 0 inches high south and east fronts 7 feet high Usedstock boards for sides and roof 0 lnch boardt for buttons s ineh plunk for floor uud made portable partitions for the en largement of divisions Windows in south nnd oast front feet wide by I feet long hung on hinges to be letdown to admit sun tutd light Thls building accommodated quite a number of hog that was on the programme for a reopln roie Weight in Hummer To tnost persons the summer season Is a tlmo of excitement instead of quiet rest m it should be With the approach of warm weather most pcoplo begin to lay plans for vacations and enjoyments nnd in a llttlo while havo worked them pelves into a stnto of excited anticipa- Â¬ tion Not only this but they undcrtako excursions requiring considerable trav Â¬ el either by land or water so that dur- Â¬ ing tho heated terra they havo com plotely departed from the quiet paths of life trodden so steadily all the rest of tho year Now it is a well known fact that tho mojority of pcoplo loso weight during tho summer This loss is goner ally accounted for by tho smaller quan- Â¬ tity of food consumed during the warm weather but wo shonhl say that tho excitement incidental to vacations and traveling was ns much responsible for it as tho other It is a question if our Indian summer tho most charming sea- Â¬ son of tho year would not make u bet Â¬ ter vacation period for the majority of people Hoston llullctin tThy fected with any dicuacbut ihsttlia system to bring comfort simply needs oioanslng homo to their hearts as u costive condition Is easily eared byiislugSyrunof Figs Man ufuctured by UioCulifoniluFigByrup Co Ah Important Difference bo To make It apparent to thousands think thumKclves 111 that tltryaro not af- Â¬ Feonr havo been much struck with thn lightning since Ajux deiied it M O Ticu yuue Tnn prinolpnlrausosof sick headache bib Ioumicvb Hiidoolduhllls are found In the stom ach aud liver Cured by Bcechauvs rills An argument resnlts from tho tolllMon of two trains of thought Washington Star SSeJLft ism DurM snd Um mwMrH orcwixpCKfo niumnf F i ftitu2txtJiitiLc iWMIH i 51 uwt mtntawktak Sea air roughens tho skin Uo Glenns Sulphur Roup Hills Hair aud WhUlcor Dye 50 coats i Harvest Excursions 4nUSI 301k Mt Sipt 27th rxox Chicago Peoria and St Louis to tho Oitlca and Farm Diatrieta throughout the THBcarringcmnklnR Industry has turned out lots or good f elooa In its time 1 HuAirn Tm HiTS mivo weak nervous men triul loo Ohio Chemical CoClncinutl0 enco iTtnkcsn big man to hold a Inrgo audi ltostou Truiisaripu Hound trip tickets will bo sold by Tour local tiokot agent on thco dntcs at Southwest ami Northwest HALF RATES 800 that thoy read over t ho Bur llnsten Rout Itlstha frotnCtdcairo 1ooriaor St Iouli dtrcctllnoto tho territory In qurstlon Bead for natnphlct with map andconiplotflluforma p 8 EU8TIS O P A Uon to V XiUI IHU tlTVXtwj UMJMnto nmoAao Isa LITTLE teSssSSS LIVER do kot anirs nor kicked Bur ur tot filCKHEAD ACLIK imnirM PILLS Dm Â¬ German blood Â¬ yrup ItBCLT VOKTAIIL Th time It nirrlr JmtrJ to tull tut Si en Mil ctn h vll ronltlni 43 trtnl in TfH ertrr btno much potkrl like lliuturM mans fr tonftnltnrr Tktn flfr thin iucr boWtTtrjr vbtrt All rfnuln eowli UrCmccnt 8n J Xcnt tump You ttt S3 rtg booK viui inepU Ma OX DARTER MEDICINE CO St Louli noo Bcantify ptuoniarptaBiniiua inrjuraura fiinwiw nwift Tllkk grikii lti Mrlrl tttxl en Kid- ut rtnilbliuKler cenqutrbinouM nrrvoui uiiorder rtuuiiitt eu urii uiinioconiu- complextoB u AcriOH by purifying ltdrull OVER Z9ilm tt Â¬ crnrv T in lastoeU NcwnndxccoiutlinucL Cattltortlaia iiiib nun Dprwntera lllc rU inken In exchnncr A WGUMP A CO DAYTON OHIO YOM Stall UrntoTTantcd rLJl for litL 1 mm i i rr litir urwljf tiiUrietl mil tUtur v iJIiii llitiumnt Kiti VOL JI II fuim and liUiiiniiU 400 luK4lilif il Hiilitij rrt7 tnli rr irnrri nij intiriiriiwii iiiin vvi vihi w uir1 Ktui Dnlni icr anixui J -- Wi lilcr TlMMJHk Pirinr utl a ttlittta Un at llinl Mui f 04 Monrco Qtrcct Cnlcago HEALY ii iiii MvM xwk BHv for Humlnr nnd ncalUNrrrp APCMTC Sfinl AUuN I O HrfBLrfrf rUhll10ICH KlJt I Ut te Â¬ e- W L DOUGLAS rQ0fffS3 Wuiv a lly lights on a shoot of sticky paÂ¬ per ho realizes that ho is bettor off Winx a man feels his onts It Is not ul ways uvidoucu of his liomg u sUiblo ohurao uclcr Yonkers Giuettc Tin chimney swallow ought tooutflyal other hlrdt for it Ih hiitchod in a lluo Ulughuruton Hcpubllcan s Â¬ fa It was a real turtle that won tho racf against tho hiro A moilc turtle would have got iu tho soup Hostou Transcript Oxr of tho extionics of misery is a small bay with a pair of new boots aud no mud puddlo rciwrcii Is satlullcd with facts In his care when ho will not ciitcrthiu u now roomer N O Picayuna A noTCt I orrr your views said tho sheriff as he proceeded to selro tho photographers stook In tho trade Huffalo Ktupuror 8l im Thisisihe m A trenulno vuncd Nbooilintxrill not rip illao Calf Wutnl n tliooth IUJIIIO U looro tomfortnlilo tvllnti mm curuuio inuu nnv otmr khoo ovor toiu nt taa price Jiiiala custom tmv1oMiovRUstlntc from 64 U3 ino oiuy 5 foi ruiii7 mnuowi ivvij ceiupletm itnion iiccurviy wwi ct tno cutKido ciIro at suotvu Id cut clirnp welt rliOfolitl tho vlilcliilvi Hluublolhronrof nrloo fir Kurhiml r bnvlntr enly ono flnoourrowrtrti of leutueripon thu cdro auu olo lanuU ton wbcaoDco worn tbrougli nro wortblPM TbotworolmcrtlioW Ii IOIJOLAH8700Elioa when w oru liniUKU cn bo rouolred am many limn an iiecc34rynUiiv will ncvrrrlporlooioti from thouiipcr inirchocri of footwear dcolnn to ceono-tnlu tbould condder Iioiupcrlor oualiiits of tbco thovfand not bain ucnccil to uuyenonp m urnocsioiii At III irinuoniy auurnn esnu uiim M k i i IJI ok i FOB 1 gentlemen Â¬ stenlize tl Â¬ WSl SttoElM Win Aoa y ttiOO ad Youth dujcii Mdiat f cnooiHowfjj tfiaWt lund theworu EtblhlAmHi f tndra of jawlk VmiDooboIb 9l7i tb name nlsa ro of vvuu ana himm V His feet arc apt to lly up at any mo- moat Is tho latest wav of snylug that a man has tho big hcud Philadelphia Kccoi d That sottlos It said tho hired girl oa slio drnjiped tiie QnIi shin Into tlo coffeo pot Bottion Couiruorciul Bulletin nnd ii - ncni iHtlnFr kludf - Â¬ THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED Witt rlyq rxrlaslve n1o taction rfoalnra tnt s rnnrMl nnrchanta wfaerr I hav wriio tor cntamifite n notloataue froo rowr piaeo aona direct la loranioin W lorr alro Had width vraatod f Deuglua lrucutaaAti Â¬ eningsuportnnd help that conies with Dr Pierc6 tion nursing mothers need the strength ospoeially MOTHiSRSt Favorite Proscrip- Â¬ lienring insursd healthy vigorous n f f Riirlnir and promotes an abundant secretion of nourish- Â¬ It is an inment on tho part of tho mother vigorating tonic mndo i poclally for women perfectly liarmless in any condition of tho ftinnlo system ns it regulates and promotes nil f ho natural f uuctious and never coniilct with them The Prescription builds up strengthons In all tho chronic wcaknoAes nnd nnd cure disordcrti that alllict women it isoiiarnnmf to bcucht or euro or tho inonuy Is refunded For every case of Catarrh whichtlioy can not euro wo proprietors of Dr Sagos Catarrh ilvmedjr agree to my fWO in cash YouYo cure by IU mild soothing cleansing aud Lvaliflff nronwtU pr youre paid Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ duns of child thojwiinand bur It lessons GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN IEWIS9 98 L IOVrilKHtUl SAPOLIO LYE Tho tronuttt and purttl JiVo mailo UnlKonthtr helnif line iHjvikrunil Inuenn with removable lid tho contents SU nro ulwn8 rtody for muke tiio btit irtifned Hunt Soutiln M nilnuteM ictliout lolU ing It I th brt for cleuiiHlntf vriiinto pipcH dlalnfcctlntf xlnltH closets wnHhtmr InittleM nilntN tres tc PENNA 5LT MFfi CO dATKNirni AM PKHFLHKO mnl w Iytl vhn eamuianllv Mini Iikva wnilt Itinva rip Aaili ttnmli i nio noamuM Iisos oure for uonmnipuon it ra Hr4 IhsHiUHtfi llbaa nntlnlur edone Itlioot bad totaka un in uciivouiuayrHa Horn cTcrrwacrn xs i UTX4MK IUI rArtKMWf urn m r ANI 6MPJK TlMOIl CUHKOi bo knife i HouK Ynx Nor uii Un iiaATioxr IU Kim St CibdauaU O A N 1407 WltKX WKITIKO TU AVKTJtKS ffKANlt tatatlial yeu uw lk AayartfeMwt 1m Ul KK lltfGEM USLE M Hltti lteqHlrntt to Make yHmlHHtlHHA Lore Peaat Held at Winchester Tlin nnmf nrr Tkvimr Kv 8nr of tltei democratic convention of the Tenth congressional district is Marcus 0 Lisle of Clark county The fight haa been prolonged one and aharp work had to be done on all aides to keep can- didatat in the fluid Tlio dendlm k that had existed since the convention met Wednesday was broken yesterday on tho forty seventh ballot by tho withdrawal of Hon D D Subtett of Magofiin This left the contest between Lisle Brooks Htjr Thr0 and Bowles Upon the fifty second ballot a resolu- Â¬ tion was offered and adopted that the hindmost candidate should be dropped on tho sixtieth ballot The convention then adjourned until 8 oclock last even Â¬ ing Upon reassembling Taylor Young of Montgomery made a motion to ad Â¬ journ until this morning at 9 oclock Being voted upon the motion was lost Motions to adjourn were made by the Brooks delegation upon every occasion but were successfully defeated Balloting was resumed at 1215 this morning The sixtieth ballot gave Lisle 21j Brooks 18 and Bowleg 23 Brooks whs dropped and amotion for a recess carried At 1245 A M the convention again got dowo to business by balloting on the remaining two candidates but tho resolution had giyon the Brooks folks an opportunity to so distribute their ballots as to enable them to form another dead lock between Lisle and Bowles Balloting continued until 4 oclock wheu the convention was adjourned until 9 oclock this morning The convention sMin got down to work at 9 oclock Tho Brooks delegation had lots of fight left although their man had been dropped on the sixtieth ballot It was reported at au early hour this morning that a combination had been formed between tho Bowles and Brooks constituents that would agminate Brooks anddofeat Lisle The correctness of this report was affirmed later in convention Tho Hon Taylor Young of Montgomery placed Brooks name before the convention the secoud time but quickly withdrew it Then there was an attempt made to stampedo the convention for J M Ken Â¬ dall This was on tho sixty second bal lot Lislo having 83 19 84 votes A demand was mado for recapitulation and tho sixty third ballot ordered The sixty third ballot was tho nomi nating one giving Lisle 32 19 84 votes Bowles 29 65 84 When the result was announced the defeated candidates came forward aud spoke the speech of Hon Â¬ fy IWATCD TO SUCCEED JOSEPH KEN- - flKINDALL IN THE 10TH TUCKY DISTRICT Hitlier We arc nit disponed to criticize the recent action of the governor In vetoing n fu IiIIIa Imphiiho he thoncht they were unconstitutional or not panned according to the rules of the new coiiHtitutinn but Ht Ilrnwn II IIIh IIcimI In it we do IhjIIcvo he la wrong In his objecThey aro not well founded and tion In Â¬ our opinion will not stand the test or the light of day If he la paying tno attention to the acta of the legislature tax great blunders that will cause Pycr of the state many thousands of tlollure i tuty to do e fl9 nwlox R fcw If his position Is right on tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ revenue and taxation um ne nas gmuij neglected his duty beforo tho legislature adjoured ond should have called tho at tention of that body to such objections when he was signing tho redisricting bill and other bills that he now claims were not passed ns they should hove been The expenso of calling the legis Â¬ lature together is too much for the state to pay unless thero was some necessity for the call Mr Brown boa got his head into the halter and if he dont work the ropes very fine he will get tho worst of this almost unprecedented ac Â¬ tion on tho part of the executive Time will demonstrate that ho was right in signing tho election law tho Worlds Fair appropriation law tho judicial re districting law the local option law and other important laws and that ho was wrong in vetoing the revenue bill If he is wrong in his present course he will soon have the condemnation of the tax- Â¬ payers of tho state resting upon his head The legislature never had an equal on earth for genuine triflingness extravagance Wheu wo say extrava ganco we mean that it takes too long to do its work They ore all in a muddle at Frankfort but we hope they may settle Ben- Â¬ it beforo the state is bankrupted ton Tribune Â¬ Our IuflVd l tiiivtiniorM Vwtoon Gov Hrown hist week put his veto upon almost all of tho work of the legis Â¬ lature and has called the legislature toirptlior niriiiii tn ntiOL tidnv to rn- enact all of tho lnwa vetoed by his excel Â¬ lency u virtual admission as we take it that had he Ixcn lo s pulled up with his own authority and more desirous of serving the people he would have con Â¬ sulted with the law nuiKers and tried to help them to formulate the laws in a constitution way The governor can make many excuses but he will find him Â¬ self in trouble whenever he undertakes to explain to a democratic constituency the reasons why a democratic governor has so far lost interest in a democratic government as to ride a high horse at a trcmnndnus expense to the tax payers Wo need a governor who Is of by and for the people Clinton Democrat -- Hazel Green Fail fissociatioifi m 30tbJ H THIUD ANNUAL EXHIBITION Tuesday Sept 27th Wednesday Sept 28th Thursday Sept 29th Friday Sept 1200 in Premiums IHIhT ISJSNBHIirmllf I IM When Thy Wtrw KoiiihUmI Children over 10 and under 15 years Over 15 years ADMISSION fflflIB 25 Cents 35 Cents J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ O C Bowles being spechdly worthy of mention This speaking did a great deal of good as each one of the candidates spoke and gave his support to tho nomi nee But little would have been required upon tho conclusion of tho lost speech to havo turned tho convention into a democratic love feast Â¬ Winchester Ky Sept Untitled nt Winchester 2 A rous Â¬ ing big meeting was held hero this even- Â¬ matter Danville Advocate ing to ratify tho nomination of Hon M C Lislo for congress by tho democratic Unconatltutlunal 11111m OK Convention of tho Tenth district at Ir Gov Brown who seems to bo desirous vine today It was presided over by of impressing tho people of the stato Hou John P Salyer of Morgan comity with the idea that ho will jealously Every Descriptioii and speeches were mado by him Capt 0 guard every provision of tho new constiC Bowles of Piko D D Sublott of tution from infringement by tho legisla- Â¬ 8UCH AH Magoffin M M Red wine of Breathitt tive action might find some difilculty in John Vansant of Elliott CATALOGUES Thos Y explaining why he approved bills to pay MINUTES Fitzpatrlck of Floyd Senator Rodney Mrs Van B Young widow of the late PROGRAMS Haggard of tub city Judgo John B Judge Young of the superior court and a LZA PAMPHLETS Cooper Col Z T Young Jo L Elllston Mrs Evallno Hargis tho salaries that ENVELOPES of Mt Sterling and others The city is would havo been duo the latter up to LETTER HEADS NOTE HEADS ablaze with enthusiasm and this county the dato of the election aud qualifica- Â¬ BILL HEADS which was carried by tho republicans at tion of his successor aud the former up STATEMENTS tho last congressional election will givo to Sept 1 1892 although in tho former SALE BILI Judgo Lisle several hundred majority case a judge had been elected and was DODGERS CARDS Tho district coutalns sixteen counties drawing tho salary allowed by law for TAGS and tho normal democratic majority is his services Ac about twenty live hundred Section 3 of tho bill of rights declares no separate public emoluments or Executed with neatness and dis- Mr Van Pelt editor of the Craig Mo that 5 patch and at the lowest prices privileges shall bo mado to any man or Meteor weut to a drug 8toroat Hillside set of men except iu consideration of W consistent wuu poou uuuuruti and first class workmanship Iowa aud asked tho physician in attend Â¬ public services We Court Comparison and ance to givo him a dose of something for What public service has cither of Challkkoe Competition cholera morbus aud looseness of the When you want any priuting these estimable ladles rendered and why Ho says bowels I felt so much bet- if salaries may bo voted could it not bo of any kind at any time call on or address nop tor tho next morning that I concluded voted to any other poor widow of tho SPENCER COOPER to call on tho physician and get him to commonwealth Frankfort Argus Hazel Green Ky fix me up a supply of tho medicine I oo was surprised when ho handed mo a bot Â¬ A Guaranteed Hewed jr HE CLARENDON Megrimine tho only permanent cure tle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Cor Limestone and Short sts Lexington Ky Diarrhcca Remedy Ho says he prescribes for all forms of headache aud neuralgia Â¬ W H BOSWELL Proprietor it regularly In his practico and finds it relieves tho pain in from 15 to 20 min the bast he can get or prepare I can utes For sale on positive guarantee at There hn been added an Auuex with JO well ventlaUd twtlfy to its efficiency in my caso at all Thk Herald office or sent postpaid by large the door every Averooms Street Cars minutes located pais mail on receipt of price 50 ceuta a box within two squares of depot For sale by Rose Jones events Â¬ ChnntberlfilnM Kyu nml Hkln Ointment as we are prepared to duplicate any and all prices quoted in Cincinnati or Knoxville A CKiiTAiN cure for Chronic Sore Eyes Louisville buy Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old these goods almost at their doors and save large freight bills Chronic Sores Fever Sore Eczema Itch We are prepared any and all times to furnish these goods Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles in any and everv quality size and price All we ask A carpenter by the name of M S Pow It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of Respectfully c ers fell from the roof of a house in East cases have been cured by it after all other trial Represented by ED Des Moines Iowa and sustained a pain- Â¬ treatment had failed Hazel Green Kv It is put up in 25 which and 50 cent boxes For wile by Rose ful and serious sprain of the wrist he cured with one bottle of Chamberlains Jones octOyl He says it is worth 5 a Pain Balm Grover Will Hw FlrM bottle It cost him 50 cents For sale President Harrison secretly sought the Jones by Rose domicile of his associate Whitehiw Reid on the Republican ticket Wednesday Shall We Celehrnte AgTHk Is there not enough patriotism in the and the presumption is a consultation 1KP in which his son Russell took part was schools of Danville to get up a monster WIS Arc iSwBP3lli union celebration of the four hundredth had and matters fixed so that the campaign will be made in a manner satisfac- Â¬ anniversary of the discovery of America Â¬ by Columbus to be held October 21 tory to the president After the Novem In this connection the new public school ber election however it will be known building could be dedicated and we whether the program arranged at Ophir Â¬ could have a good time generally Let farm was productive of the good expectthero be a grand procession of every ed Mr Cleveland is still at Buzzards The pupil in the city headed by the students bay sawing wood aud will be in the race of Centre college and Centre College and at the finish His position from present is not a Patent but the best Paint can be made There is sufficient appearances will be first Danville AdHogsott academies bottled up oratory in tho lost named in Â¬ vocate by an experiended Practical with the assistance of welkin ringing all Morton Htock Farm stitutions to keep tho is guaran Â¬ the latest improved and powerful machinery G W Morton of Jacksonville III day and some of the eloquent members Will cover one half more space Havo been trying for two years teed to give satisfactionot tho local ministry and bar could be writes now to remove a windpufl on back part of than lead and oil mixed by hand drafted for the occasion There is Sent freight paid for more than a month in which to prepare front ankle have used everything that I One reliable dealer wanted in each 150 per gallon for the event Celebrations of Jus char could hear of but done no good The Send for color cards etc to acter will be held all over tho land next trial bottle of Quinns Ointment has town month and surely we are as glad as any caused it to nearly disappear Bond one KY For sale by body else that we were discovered Sup Â¬ bottle as soon as possible SrSPENCEll COOPER Agent Hazel Green Jones pose wo have a meeting of the faculties Rose of the vurious institutions on the secoud eaooe Friday night in September to provide H URYAN WITH ways and means of getting a fine brass arranging a program band etc and Livery Feed and Sale Stable Lets havo expressions regarding this U The order of the foundation of the Catalogues giving premiums in full will soon be remly nineteen oldest American colleges is an Wil- for distribution and may be had by addressing the Secretary follows Harvard chartered in 1G50 liam and Mary in lti9S Yale in 1701 T SWANGO Princeton in 1740 Columbia Kings in D S GODSEY 1754 the University of Pennsylvania in President Secret nrv 1755 Brown in 1704 Dartmouth in 17G9 Rutgers N J in 1770 Washington and Lee University Lexington Vaand Washington College Charlestown Md In 1782 Dickinson Carlisle Pa and Hampden Sidney Va in 1783 St Johns Annapolis Md in 1784 the University of Georgia and the College of Green Ky May 10 802 Charleston S C In 178 the University To the Trade of Eastern Kentucky Contiguous to Hazel Green of Vermont in 1791 William in 1793 We have this day completed arrangements with the Bowdoin and Greenville and Tusculum above named firm and will handle their goods in large quan- Tusculum Ten n in 1794 and Union Schenectady N Y in 1795 tities We especially invite an inspection by the merchants- Â¬ W Wholesale Boots and Shoes LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Hazel 1 GREEN HUFFAKER CO Merehantsnn at GREEN J T DAY CO llON THE BEST Paint Â¬ AINT MADE rCrii wmKBSk Best isthe Cheapest Â¬ It that Painter It Â¬ Lion Paint and Color Works LEXINGTON Ky8 iSHSJSKTffiSSv nniMTTnTnT m gtfrK Nb J H PIERATT Ili3 R vLgimSZt HAZEL GREEN KY PEARSONCLARK WHOLESALE tHK- - nml Siulillc Horses for hire Parties convey ed to uny point on reason able terms dDoiible nnd Single Â¬ iRrI will also attend to all calls for auctioneering and solicit business of this kind llesticctfullv c JOHN ll PIEUATT Â¬ 12 14 WEST MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY LOUIS STIX WIIOIKSALK DKAIKU8 IK CO TABLERSUii Dry Goods NOTIONS C Third Hace aud Union Sts CINCINNATI O We carry tho goods that will 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