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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jpENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Hazel Green Herald Of n Noisy World With Nows From All Nations LwrabTing at His Bnok 100 A YEAR Always In i AWn EIGHTH YKAlt HAZEL GllEEN WOLFE COUNTY KY AA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23 Rait 1892 mmm MM NUMBER 27 mmmm mmMMM mmm Afc a a a a aaaaaaaa B flTTl Heath or Tom lliillnni i Wrll Known SIrii Wrllnr Illtirillll Ul lillia IJilliLL Clllll Ii Tim ltidlitnt n wnll known natnter ill tn oii miva amwl ltd 9l 1 f nKi Stuart Is no j0 vonow othorwisoyoiir 11111110 tho employ of Ramsey I l I more ill 1 1 tuu win uo uruppuu lruui i1 1Sl Shortly beforo midnight last evening 16 All who nro in arrears on tho ho was discovered by George Wnllnco fr bo lying prono upon tho ground at tho cor-Â¬ ilrat ilay of Octobor must in solf defcnso ner of Fifth and Llmestuno streets Ho dropped w Y A O was unconscious and all efforts to arouso rcr- him failed Tho patrol wagon was tolo llnllroiut KxliUdt at Ihn Fair phoned for but before ho could arrive he Tho Department of Transportation at had died tho blood gushing Troiii month tho Worlds fair will bo ono of the most ninginto Realty vllle before November and u use Interesting of all tho exhibits Every The men arc promptly paid and the Ho was tenderly placed In tho wagon thing that has boon done in tho construe IN money in circulating in our midst Tho and convoyed to tho homo of his widow Â¬ tion maintenance equipment and opera lumber interests uro also reviving and ed mother Mrs Rarnett on Jefferson tion of the railroads of tho world will bo Hxnnndiiiir Tim Knlendid Inill of the botween Third and Fourth She was exemplified Tho exhibit will cover Kentucky lllver Lumber compnny will gricf strlcken at tho death of her son twenty six acres of ground Not only be icady for ojeration as won an logsciin and soveral neighbor camo in to cousolo tho United States but England Franco The owners arc praying her and sit up with tho body be obtained Germany Switzerland and Kussia are that the next tide in tho river may be Tom Rallnrd was an Unmarried man contributing hnndsomely England will The site just east of this mill nbotit 35 yeaw of age and a painter by hastened send some of tho first steam engines will probably bo occupied by another trade For tho last twelve or fifteen built by Georgo Stephenson while Switz extensive plant Rut tho coal mines nro yoars ho has been a confirmed drinker erland will show how tho Alps havo been just now attracting inoro interest than Sovernl niotliK ago when tho Houston tunneled and how passengers nro convoy- Â¬ nny of the other resources of this won- medical euro system was established in ed through their fastnesses Tho Penn Â¬ derful section In addition to the ar this city ho was persuaded to tako the sylvania system with their four tracks rangements Mr MeCJuire has mado with treatment The result was almost miracwill bo 011 the ground in miniature the Woodbridge Jellico company and tho ulous He braced up and became a man including the station and tickot agent prospects for operating the mines ou tne For two months ho never drank a drop Tho Vandorbllt system will occupy threo property of tho Three Forks Investment Suddenly however about six weeks ago tracks 500 feet long- - TI16 old station At company which have been mentioned tho old passion came back upon him with Seheuectadywhcro tho trains were drawn This is not u Kvorv Department Overllowim I to its utmost capacity in our former issues the owners of tho increased vigor it seemed from its tem overhead by a gangway will bo repro- Â¬ i ii rwwl Iiiiiiobi value niitl nuallties i i eaten penny wn-- t extensive coal lands back of Proctor arc porary suppression Miming duced Thero will bo a model station at fair prices Dnrinir theClothing week we will display representing the lead thinkinc of bridiriuir tho river just bo- Since then ho has grown worso and and tho first passenger train over run in lines of Mens mill Rnv and developing their worso until tho end camo last night as ing and best manufacturer in the United Suites and low Reattyville the Union will bo on tho tracks Tho We will forfeit our reputation of thirty Europe property on the south side Quito n tho result of his protracted and terrible train was run over the Mohawk and Hud Â¬ nnvu i vie years tutidiii in Lexinuion number of practical miners have been to debauch Tho Raltimoro and Ohio has appro Â¬ son er failed to keep our promises heretofore Reattyville recently and examined these A negro woman who was in the crowd priated oTK0 for exhibition purposes properties and have been well pleased which withered about tho dead body and will havo a picture of transportation the best Mens Suit at That we will sell The coal is so easily reached that there stated that sho had seen him lying thero past and present There will be a work- Â¬ That we will sell von the best Glens Suit at l should be no diflieully in having many when sho passed at 0 oclock ing model of tho town of Pullman and That we will sell t ou the best Mens Suit 20 Ho had no relatives save his twuc all of tho locomotive works in the coun- Â¬ tons of it ready for shipment in Novem Suit at That we will sell you the best Mens ber What surprising changes n few widowed mother Mrs M G Rarnett try will sond their biggest machines will sell you the best Mens Suit at o we weeks have brought us When trouble and a half brother Henry S Rarnett Many of tho famous engines of tho past R railroad and foreman of tho Woodford Sun at Ver- Â¬ overtook tlic R N I will also bo on exhibition Courier TAILORING wero withdrawn sailles Ho was very well known and in Journal OUR s MERCHANT the construction forces our people were disheartened and gloom spite of his infirmity he had many nir Iliitiim unii witrkiinm iirv ij Is the tinest in tne uniwu omu i t Thn Kindlon Uvr overspread the entire Threo Forks sec- friends who will sorrow sincerely at his We are doing the largest uusmess vc class artists If tho Governors view on the passago tion Rut now bright smiles are on every unfortunate ond IiOxington Press Come and make your selections earn of the election law was approved by tho Poor Tom tho editor of this paper face and confidence in the future fills General Assembly no election under a every harU Our railroad is assured knew him well and lovo of strong drink secret ballot could take placo In Novem- Â¬ our lumber interests are flourishing and was the only fault ho had How many ber Tho whole arrnngemont of tho law our hills will soon bo giving up their today living are as free from sin as it now Btauds would bo changed and Realty vllle Enterprise black diamonds II C WHIU Itilurim ami DcnmiuU an nothing could be mado in timo to exo CarlUlw mii tlm Sltuntlon IuvnttlKatlon CLOTHIERS and FINK TAILORS cuto tho provisions of a now law before luliii LEADING I Kniocrntic situation an was reported a short time since that the November election regard the It KENTUCKY Tho action of tho Judiciary committee very satisfactory in every part of tho H C Willis late nssisiaut postmaster of iiilAAArtflil1 jfcAAJWWWWWWI f country where we can have reasonable Midway had lefr for St Ivouis without of tho Senate 011 yesterday declaring tho ryrriLAAAAAAA j Pjt -- - ywvwwrw LllilA TTiTn ujz -i hope to make a successful contest There warning and that his books were short election law as passed by tho General Assembly and approved by the Governor is no danger in the South in my opin- about SllO Â¬ Mr Willis luKrreturned from St Iiui a valid and constitutional law rolleves No codsidornble part of the Demo ion crats in any Southern State will allow and for no other purpose than to clear tho whole situation and enables the offi Â¬ themselves to bo sold for the benefit of himself of tho charge of embezzlement cers of tho Suite to enforce the law as it tho ltpinihliciin party and as the day of He returned without legal process Ho now stands in tho Executive department -Hickory 3rovo Farm home Mn J I Cabk Many conn ties have mado contracts After Jrylnr a election approaches most of thoe who says that he had mado his arrangements Wis says f -knorroM lyVl removed3 a largo Ally -- hayo won seunceuI imw till UJklHlllfWl to leave for St iouis on Sunday bC- - for both and others aro arranging to ry -Sf two car nUnrtliiK from a year old - Peoples party by the delusive promise tembor and had closed up Ins hooka secure them Tho County Judge have applications of with threo pri and resigned his position He arranged appointed commissioners and the Jusaid I of direct Jovernment their inoldtheir political to meet MrCroppor at theolllco Sunday tices district havo all been defined and vate allairs will rejoin Thev will not throw their morning and give him the keys Mr tho voting precinct in said district aro tlmo now determined and settled votes away in a great national contest Cropper failed to arrive before train promote tho suc and Mr Willis left tho keys Tor him in We have hundrtdt cjuci tcttimoniat This action of tho Senate Judiciary like this and thereby Ic Auk your druireUt for It If ho of a party which has shown by its tho possession of the station accnt After conuuHtco should ho approved so that cess SA ITlr81S0P 35CllUIilorllvriii N books tho election work as far as carried out k duiiolkfil past legislation and by the recent utter his departure Mr Cropper had the CO Whltohalli W 11 Kl TBiDK 1 H Imgi who Is tho hus Â¬ tuny not Iks destroyed by a law that can uuces of its most conspicuous represen- examined by not bo enforced in time for tho Novemtatives that it lias but little if ny respect band of the late postmistress rights or material interMr Inig reported that tho books wero ber election for the political of the out of halanco 1J0 i8 On the strength Then again if tho law Is re enacted all ims of the people in that part niadeailidavlt accus tho work in the counties will havo to be of this Mr Cropper country South desires or neeos is m r ing Willis of embezzlement and placed gone over again Frankfort Argus All tho tiu the mutter In tho hands of PosUdllce In treatment by the Federal Uovornment is accorded to Miieelor Fletcher who went to St Ioul ClFVittniuIM Vliant Appr arA Lrrtalntyt the same treatment that People who aro fond of figures have aiid this it to see Willis but did not arrest him as the other States and penplc been studying the returns from Vermont under has Iteoii rejMtrted had for tho first time since the wur Mr Cleveland Willis protests hi Innocence and has and Maine and taking the elections of the administration of 1888 as a basis calculate that a like Re since returned to investigato the matter Ho was the first and only President loss elsewhere would give Order at All Hour South Meals to Heguhlr Meals 2ft Tents Mr Willis fatheroflered tomakogood publican M the war who fully recognlred the M t from M to a the Un any shortage proved but tho postmaster Cleveland majorities or pluralities of to A m Dinner from 10 A em States as equal members of In New t nd lm was the first and only ouo could not prove where the money went over 100000 60000 In York 60000 in Indiana over Illinois pearly and preju Mr Willis demands tho most searching who ignored all sectional lines in Michigan nearly 16000 in t and has engaged Judgo 26000 to office and in i MICC III lu LtmititH - administration investigation represent him Iixlngton Wisconsin 10000 in Iowa about 2000 H CJ JONI Denny to the general policy of the JOHN M ROSE In MakHachusetts over 60000 In Ohio much to the South and Press This was worth and 16000 in in fact than II In Wortli IiivcllgalliiR to the whole country more legislation that special anil oho all the The coal fields along tho K U railway Mr Charltt Khh I Nominated by Confess in n centu nro rapidly being developed and It is could bo passed DEALK1W IN Ah we go to press wc learn through eoplo everywhere rv and the Intelligent said that coal Is being delivered in Ux unofficial source that Hon Charles Rus know it ington in car load lots for 7J cents per Con i rm Z Imshel If cohI can lo iiauieu rigiu sell of thiBclty was nominated for ii iimtilv for Ahsrimst UiM KENTUCKY til Iex gress at the Republican convention at t Wlrwlu Kter nod sold niinte SiCtlon 1 HAZEL UltEEN -r rraiiMui ruWil Dies 17 Tiio the Constitution as a remedy lrllnpl0 Hl tHt price wu certainly ought Mt Sterling We congratulate Mr Rus- Â¬ Ladies of Carry a complete line f Dry Goods Notionsh 1 tent A M sell upon hi nomination and the conven v ere me iiieinin ii t0 uv RM ni uiU Hiir unat nlsenteeini Sh Uomls Is worth Inves- - tion upon its choice of a good man and Clothing Hoots with that General Assembly st familiar t tttfitil ow Illiyil f Thor matter and sell only regret that he is not oh our aide of 11 tkttitkui ti w v fines Saddles Harness ecc snouu All Ooous instrument a they call theirm-attention to tiigating as t insm In tho Nilitlcal question so that we might mtfl lmvoi v m liWoiv seen in Hazel i inve un uovhvi rnul citizen HMrv to help to show what a majority Powell Chester will soon boast of the numerous guaranteed as represented or money r Ltnndeii y of it provision could roll up for one of herowa chlseiM Inehwter manufacturing enterprises that can bo miMie 1 rea 1 Clay City Chronicle PBOMPTIY KXE llwrfby nilllta IrgLU- Democrat 1TI V CHKAlI V nl -I- Ul-h OTEU AT llWOFPICB tl9frfrOP99O0 The Greatest Effort OF it OUR LIVES Bim 8QUALXD THE llrattyTltlefl llooin ItfRln to IIIiiumuii The work on Iho Wiueliestor niul Heat tyvillc railroad In processing Rntisfactor ily to nil coneeancd At many point the eradiiiK Is completed and the remain dor ia being rapidly pushed The con tractor In charge of the eastern end of the lino is blasting out the deep rock cut near the mouth of Walkers creek The report of the dynamite and the hammers of the pile drivers are pleasant wninds for our people Mr Uolwrt Wallace the president of tho company says ho does not doitbt but that the earn will bo run Â¬ DIED ON THE STREET Tlf Tho Unto just aftor L wlU I1IUW uu n x iit History0fLexington Louis 6us Straus fu Â¬ IDiMiGCrai ii vu nt10 f That Â¬ Â¬ DEPARTMENT - ii i uv 1 1 1 - Â¬ L C STRAUS jyXwvrvn LEXINGTON ikluuuam444h wirorT HH jjy at Ki Â¬ - QUINNS OINTMENT Â¬ Â¬ it Â¬ unA i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IGnglish Kitchen Lexington Short Street No 12 W Sh7 H6 Ky Â¬ -- ROSU -- JON IBS ulntAJ California--Courier-Jour- nal 1 i- i Â¬ 1 - - t 1 tim JOB PRINTING 1 A- vr Tirt lw tt ifrv V I - Wur j L - 1a uAWfti Ik-- m Ins ri i HOME HINTS AND HELPS as possible Of course by this ity should occur for him to bo tho re- Â¬ the burning chamber Tho loss of a cipient of Miss Franks manly protec- Â¬ tack had saved Ainsworths life Tho time the girls wero as completely lost Finely powdered Peruvian barVh tin tablet on his door had borne tho an Mr Danger flold but Miss Frnnk tion as Mr Danger number 0 and when tho nppcr tack rocommended to keep bangs In curlU A few weeks later Fairfellow was no novice at camping I moist weather It Is applied IPENOKR COOPER Publliher out and with tho aid of her compass field on his bicycle was whirling fell out tho flgnro had turned upsldo powder puff Unfortunately with i this KY J and Kovor they finally after a labori- through one of the picturesque villages down and transformed tho 0 Into a gostlon Is valuable only to persons wK t nAZEL GREEN on the Hudson famous ns a fashionable 0 For years after this Mrs Robert ous trip with the lame stranger reached blonde or light brown hair dog their cabin They learned that Dan summer resort a big mongrel cere- Â¬ Alnsworth wore n golden tack as a tal hair the powder shows a fino On black dust ani Will Phillip Hooper in Demor without Imnn gerlleld had left his camp to do some sprung over a fence and THE OLD COVERED BRIDGE can not be used N Y Times mony proceeded to demolish the faith cats Magazine quiet sketching and being perfectly In Puff Paste Ono pound of flosr O tho old covorcd brldgcl sixty years it has experienced as a woodsman had in ful terrier Jumping xrotn his ma- Â¬ Blood sifted three times tho yolks of two ANCIENT DICE THROWING wan chine Dangerflcld was rushing to the Wko a mother to nourish tho towns babyhood stead of regaining his friends eggs a bowl of lee water and ono pon ap-Â¬ A Favorite Form of Gambling Anionic With the current of life that unceasingly flowed dered for some forty eight hours with- Â¬ rescue when a second dog suddenly of best butter These ingredients will seising the the Old Jlomnni Thro It tunnel alottR tho old National road out a mouthful to cnt during which peared on the scene and moss covered walla tlll triumphantly time ho mongrel gavo him In short order a And its hnd sprained his ankle The number of dice used was three make a large quantity but as It keep loom grand shale in g up amidst the applause being innrked with a minimum of ono fresh In the refrigerator and every Wlta tholr hUtory hidden In cobweba and Through it all his llttlo Scotch terrier of the summer loiterers who had sud Â¬ was his faithful companion and a maximum ft six spots Tho sera of It can be utilized there can bo Rloom pangs of hunger denly gathered around Among these most fortunate throw called venerous no wasto and tho material for an ca a grim silent sphinx with tho future In Like After satisfying the Â¬ view Dangerflolds first thought was to get Dangerlleld recognized notwithstand- Â¬ by Cicero do Divin I 13 and baslll tree or a quick dessert is always on tlmeH and tho hand Harpers Hazar Or Colossus that Bpans the old fashionablo attire the charm- cus by Plautus Curculio II 3 71 word to his friends to relieve their ing her now Berry Sherbet Crush onepoumlof ing Miss Frank Fairfellow and Rovor wns when tho dice showed thrco anxiety The guide said it would be was the terriers preserver O the old covered bridge how tho years whirl llko hunting for a needle in n haystack prog- Â¬ berries add them to one quart of water senlones or eighteen spots The nround Of cours e there was nothing to do ress of the game was marked on tho one lemon sliced and one teaspoonfnl to sock for the camp so a messenger oncq more and my life Is unwound As I sec It accept her cordial invitation to go board by tho movement of tho men of orange flavor If you have It Let Â¬ With Its burdens and sorrows laid by and 1 nccra was dispatched to civilization to for- but right to their hotel and meet all the latrunculi backward and forward these Ingredients stand In nn enrthcra To be standing again In the sweet happy dream ward letters to his friends nearest Adirondack party and as the poor ter- Â¬ The gravity of tho losses depended bowl for three hours then stmlv Or my childhood and watching with Innocent post office address Klco While Dangertleld was lying around rier had received a bad bite in his foot naturally upon tho amount of money squeezing all the juice out of the fruit Tho birds nnd the waters that talked there with during the next few days regaining his it was necessary to rest u day or two at stake nnd tho fines that wero paid Dissolve one pound of powdered suar roc tho trees were llvo glauts und I but a strength he found that Miss Frank and So ouarters wero taken in the house when the dico showed one or more in It strain again and put on the Ico While until ready to serve Boston Budget mldRc he hnd many mutual friends so in a with his mountnin friends with a feel- aces Aji I lolled on the banks by the old covered Â¬ ing of despair that fate was determined Custard Pie Without Milk Hcnt It is difficult to explain what skill short time he was on the familiar footbridge to load him down with a weight of obli- had to do with such a game still lsl together thoroughly eggs flvo ing of n first cousin O tho old covered bridge how I wondered and inveterate gamb- Â¬ tablespoonfuls of sugar and a little his recovery gation to Miss Fairfellow dorus describes how The first exploit after feared How dcpressingly unromnntlc all this lers could succeed in throwing tho six salt Pour into this one pint of water Now Dnngcrficld through lu narrow foot pasnaRo I was a fishing party As far far but he realized that was If tho situation could only have nnd In avoiding the unit I suspect stirring briskly while adding the water hated Ashing peered Miss Fairfellow had saved his life been reversed If his little terrier could that this skill was not always iu Flavor with spices most pleasing to the And funded It led to the ond of tho world Or bomo dim distant country In mystery therefore he accepted her Invitation have rescued Miss Fnirfelloirs noblo noccnt and that a heavy particle of taste aud complete the plo as you whirled polite eagerness On arriving at Newfoundland from the jaws of some lead wa perhaps concealed on the sldo would for nny ordinary custard ThU And 1 climbed to tho rail and gnxed dirtily down with lake the others threw their lines powerful mastiff how proud Danger of the unit In a graffito at Pompeii an quantity is sufficient for two pics At the current with wrinkles of yellow and the contentedly from tho shore but Miss field would have felt Miss Fairfellow hottest player congratulates himself for They are very nice and custard made brown And I lingered till terror of dusk made mo fly Frank was determined to go out in a in her imported gowns delicate shoes having gained a good sum of money in this manner may be eaten after And with tears bid tho bridge and tho river canoe Datnrcrficld always had a dis nnd artistic hat seemed to entirely lose without fraud Plautus dwells some Â¬ pickles or any sour fruit by people with goodby like for girls with masculine proclivities the masculine air which characterized times on these dishonest practices to weak stomachs without producing nnr O tho old covered bridge may It never decay and Miss Frank with her ninny manly her in tho mountain costume and avoid which several instruments were disagreeable effect Detroit Free Ircss May the march of tho ages Just wear It away accomplishments constantly grated on when he saw her for thn first time in invented from time to time such as the Puree of Cauliflower Trim tha For It marks tho proud growth of a city In fame him but ho certainly would have per- evening dress sho looked so positively horn pyxis cornea and the fritillus It green leaves off two small cauliflower generation still llnds It tho sumo And the third ished In the woods if it had not been radiant that ho realized It would not be seem however that theso instruments and lay the flowers in water for one And If over a Hood of the future uproars A hour then put them in slightly salted To tear tho old structure by force from Its piers for her spirit of adventuro in pushing difficult to fall in lovo with such a girl did not always fulfill their purpose May my spirit bo with It and perched on Its out morning without a guide und after all one was consequently invented boiling water and cook until tender third that ridge Late that night or rather early In in the shape of a tower with a spiral when done drain them Cut one onion Sail awuy Into space with tho old covered bridge no ouu could deny the fuot that Frank tho morning he was suddenly awak Â¬ staircase inside and a funnel on the into thin slices and two ounces lean was a very handsome young lady Richard Leo Dawson In Century simply ened by his dogs cold nose against his top The dice shaken first in the horn bacon into dice place them in a stew what the boys would call face Pushing him from the bed he at or in the fritillus were thrown into tho pan and let fry gently ten minutes add stunning NOT VERY ROMANTIC So without hinting at his total igno tempted to resumo sleep but finally funnel nnd rolled down the spiral some seasoning and the cauliflowers rance of the art of swimming at her the dogs restlessness thoroughly awoke staircase until they landed on the chopped fine mix well together ami let Â¬ ho gradunlly realized that Such pint boldly climbed into the five minutes Mattor-of-FaStory with n invitation hecanoe and ordering botli him and an uumistakable smell of table almost precautions rendered cheat simmer half of stock then add a same was Lanciani in and a impossible there ing broth the rotten old Disappointing Soquol Hover and the terrier to remain on tho burning wood Appreciating the fact North American Hevicw quantity of milk n little grated nut they pushed out This suited the that there were some hundred sleeping shore meg and a little roux let simmer gently They hnd decided to divide the sum Newfoundland very well he was per Â¬ guests in the big old f uhioned wooden for half an hour then pass it through a Xovel ltitrKlar Alnrm A liver und spend tho first half camping fectly at home In the water and ho hotel he sprang to his feet and it was gone to spend a few days with fine sieve boil it up again take off nny I had out In the wildcat part of the Adiron quietly proceeded to follow them To but the work of a moment to get into a friend In the country and woman- Â¬ scum that rises and serve boiling hot dnuks and the remainder amid fash be thus abandoned was too much for his clothes Then rushing into the hall wo sat up rather lato the first with croutons of fried bread handed ions frivolous whirl Tho girls with tho other dog so he boldly followed he found himself enveloped in a dense like evening talking Tho servants had Housekeeper their chaperon hnd u rough cnbin Hover but he lacked the hitters good cloud of stilling smoke Tomatoes a la Cintra Ise larpc retired to tho upper regions and just while Urn men Franks father broth judgment nnd mado frantically for the His first thought was to find her room as we wero about to separate 1 was tomatoes cut them through the mid crs nnd his friends tented near by boat which was drifting not far away It was almost with a feeling of exulta Â¬ surprised to see my friend take up two dle with a teaspoon take out the Thrco guides a c0ic uni five dogs wore They attempted to order him back to tion that he realized the house was on large newspapers with the remark I seeds then place the tomatoes in a included in tho party They had set mish him oft but without avail Final fire and fate had finally given him an must go aud set my burglar alarm for stew pnn and fill them with the fol tled on a spot one hundred miles from ly he got his fore feet clawing at the opportunity to make bomo return to tho night Wondering what the papers lowing mixture Scrape half a pound nowhere as Miss Frank Falrfcllow sides of the frail craft and Dnngcrficld Miss Fairfellow coald have to do with it I followed her of veal cutlet then pound in a mortar expressed it It was her determination and his fair companion suddenly found Yelling Fire and pounding at each and watched her spread ono on thu with a small onion and a llttlo chopped nnd she generally carried her point if themselves In twenty feet of cleur door ns ho passed he flew toward the stairs and another across the hall floor parsley when beaten quite smooth add they wero going into tho wilderness to mountain water end of the corridor where he know No Now we can sleep in peace no one some seasoning four cold boiled pota go cay in to bury themselves in the With her camping out costume swim Â¬ 0 her room was located The smoke could cither jump over or walk over toes a little grated nutmeg a little depths so they hnd traveled for days ming was as easy as in a bathing dress blinded and confused liira but ho saw those newspapers without making a finely rubbed thyme and one cjrg ami nothing suited her till tho guide so Miss Frank amidst shrieks of bright tongues of flame running round noise nor could they even attempt to This quantity is sufficient for six lnrgc Btutcd that thov were in as wild and laughter from the girls on shore calmly the edges of a door and his heart althem up without rousing the tomatoes Mix well together then fill desolate u spot us any party of excur Â¬ swam around tho canoe with a feeling most 6tood still when the number G fold house It may not seem a very safe the tomatoes sprinkle some seasoning sionists had ever reached of uneasiness about Mr Dangerlicld shone out at him from tho tin tablet trap but when everything is still tho over them add half a pint of stock On this particular morning most of who was invisible At last with a In a second his vigorous Icicles broke crisp rustle of paper is quite sufficient broth and enough Harvey sauce to tho girls and men wero off on a hunt gasp he floundered from under the open the door n burst of fire for an to awaken me 1 have shut up the cat flavor place on a slow fire anil let simThis was just tho opportunity for boat and she realizing in a moment instant drove him back then lowering so that there can bo no falso alarm mer forty minutes When the toma which Miss Fairfollow longed and that he was no swimmer pushed the his head he rushed madly in A mo- Â¬ she concluded nnd after having walked toes arc done have ready two rounds with ono of tho girls a Remington long paddle Into his grasp but this was ment later he hnd seized a senseless two or three times across the news Â¬ of buttered toast plaeo them on it and rifle with which sho was on expert insufficient and down ho went again form in his powerful grasp and stag papers I was quite satisfied that tho seave very hot Housekeeper and her inseparable companion Hover She never could remember exactly gered triumphantly through - tho hhcet idea wus not half bud St Louis big faithful Newfoundland dog they what was done next but tho spectators of flames With his precious burden Chrouiele FASHION BREVITIES secretly stopped out determined to do say she disappeared witn mm tor a he rushed back through the long hall Tho JenVrsonlan CotTVo Tot Some oT the Tlilnu tlmt Arc la Vokm a little exploring for themselves tin second any wuy she managed to grasp now half filled with terrified inmates with Stylish ludhH democrat Thomas If that sturdy old trammeled by guido orynalo compan- him and a moment later seized the end down tho stairs and ou reaching the Buttons of leather with laeo medal had a particular woakness it Jefferson ions of the overturned eanoo and had Dan outer air fell insensible Â¬ Was his fondness for a cup of good cof- lions are used on cloth coats They hnd been once to the lake not gerfield hanging thereto Yes We all know how this ought to fee So finicky was he in this respect The Alsaeiau bow isu feature of some half a mllo nwny and did not doubt Tho dear old Newfoundland seemed end he should awake some three weeks special and ex- Â¬ of the seasons millinery ho toted his own tholr ability to go there alone They to imagine that everyone was as much fever and on that Narrow leather makes very attractive wore careful enough to take every pre at home in tho water as himself and later uftor a dangerousher tender face clusive coffee urn about with him on opening his eyes find travels nnd that distinguished artic- trimming for cloth dresses caution to prevent becoming confused put in his tlmo swimming round and Where his u say Little peaked sugar loaf crowns are little the worso for wear but still but Hover seemed to realize more than round while the frightened terrier tried above hiin lie should reply You leAud hho should urn IV tho place of seen on tunny of the newest hats in the ring now occupies anyone tho seriousness of tho experi to hang on to tho wreck evidently those who love you darling There are more feathers than flowers ment and keeping close to them he more concerned this tlmo about him Â¬ arc with must not talk yet The doe honor in the wirvlow of a Broadway but you was made for Jefferson in on imported French hats nnd bonnets jeweler It was unusually quid and watchful self thau about his master tor says you must keep very quiet while he was acting as Narrow velvet and little pussy cat After about u half hours wandering The three girls on tho shore real Then Ac should fall into a restful slum- 1767 in Paristhe court of France and bows are sclii on many of the summer Rover suddenly sprang ahead lifted izing the seriousness of tho bituntton ber with an indistinct feeling of a soft minister to which decks it costumes of light material tho family coat of arms liis nose sniffed tho air gavo two or busied themselves in shrieking while hand holding his fever stricken palm Sleeves are very long extending was engraved at a later date in Eng- Â¬ thrco barks then plunged into tho Miss Frank with cool sclf postcssion we regret to 6tnte this did not land The present owner is Jefferson slightly over the hands With tV But thicket nnd for n moment disappeared which to Dangerlicld even in his pre happen He camo to himself in a few In shape sleeves one might easily wear M Levy of Monticello Va Above the noise of breaking brunches carious position seemed almost Irrita- Â¬ moments aud found a crowd of quaint the urn follows the lines of nn ancient gloves tho faint cry of a dog ting quietly took hold of tho rope ly there eatno Â¬ individuals about the couch One of the dainty fads in foot wear Is Hack rushed Uovor in a state of great which was attached to the boat swam on dressed they had laid him In an Â¬ rcciuu vase and its design is peculiar which and beautiful The faucet is a black velvet slipper wrought with jet Qulot towards tho shore and with n few excitement barking furiously Is she all ly chaste but all the rest of tho urn is For dressy wear slippers of blue green swer to his first inquiry of ebony iug him they again listened and could strokes reaching shallow water pulled rio ht thev all talked at once but ho are distinctly hear tho barking of another tho canoe with Mr Dangerlleld at Â¬ gathered tho information that every Â¬ made of solid silver a foct which shows or gold colored are used and thes or in tho embroidered in jet green black simplicity that Jeffcrsoninn dog tached safely to land body was all right and the firo under accepted sense was not over rigid in its other dark colors and may have gold Now Miss Falrfcllow was as fearless Tho merriment and hilarity of tho He realized that he awoke to adherence to Its own principles N Y bead embroidery as any girl with masculine tastes nnd u girls was soon os high as their excite control find himself a hero A novel and pretty tea gown is made Commercial Bixteou shootlng rlilo in Iter bauds could ment had been intense while Danger His chief injuries were in the hands of brocade and plain silk The trained be while Vldo her companion was ul field felt as menu as if he had robbed but these useful members wero so ar- Â¬ lrrjudlrc In Queer loriiti and the sides nnd back of the ways ready to encourage her in any a church He attempted to express his tistically bandaged that tho next Prejudice Is a queer thing said nn skirt are of brocade This Is cut awn waist scheme so they decided to look Into gratitude to tho lovely Amazon at the morning trying to cultivate a modest ice dealer as he stopped to beg a light on the sloulder leaving space for the this affair to Hovers evident delight same time requesting her as a special air he in company with his faithful from the reporter had an Ive just extend Harks wero frequently exchanged bo favor that In tho future she would al dog sauntered out of the room Tho instance Several of our wagons are point of plain material which scums tween the dogs and thus guided they low him to starve in tho woods or lirst thing he saw was Hover bounding lettered for artificial ice and several up to the collar and shoulder a belt pushed through underbrush and bram Â¬ drown in the mountnin lake ensuring down the corridor and coming towards aro not We were delivering along a gathered in at the waist line by to the bles until finally they espied a little her it would bo less embarrassing to his chamber followed by Miss Frank certain street a day or two ago when a of velvet and falls in full foldsfront a hem of the skirt This plain Scotch terrier running towards them him with a strange gentleman Sho rushed customer camo running out of his outlined with cascades of handsome meeting between tho big New Tho Alas to bo trammeled by fncts If towards him with both hands out- Â¬ house and accosted tho man who had vee foundland and tho little terrier Miss ono wero writing this little narrative stretched but beeiug the condition of just thrown a piece of artificial Ice In- Â¬ lace the sleeves are of lace with the suggested tho de Â¬ from Imagination how differently It his she without a seconds hesitation to tho yard and said Tvo told you vet bands around the arms above Pnlrfellow said scription of tho first interview between might be arranged What u charming throw both arms around his neck and two or three times to stop bringing mo elbows N Y Ledger Stanley and Livingstone m the depths picture it would make to have Miss burst Into tears In the meantime strug Â¬ manufactured ice If I cant get natu- Â¬ Velvet Onriitture of Africa Frank or Frances as wo would have gling to express her gratitude while ral Ico I wont have any I happened Notwithstanding the popularity r They next discovered through tho in- called her entirely ignorant of swim Â¬ tho strange man tried to shako his along and winking tho other eyo at velvet fabrics and trimmings even terlacing follago a young man leaning ming and have Dangertleld snatch her wrists in lieu of tho Injured hands Thats all till Cltlllllll I ovo Hn KP - thCtli I1I uicnn tho driver I said to him against a tree Hover went up to him from a watery grave assisted of overflowing right Hill Tell Jim to bring his lake great many instances replaced J Hut ho Interrupted her lU llko an old friend and after n mo Â¬ course by tho uoblo Hover and have thanks saying Fate has simply been Ico wagon around this way and give sleeves and bodice decorations ments hesitation tho girls nlso ad tho little terrier swim after thorn ten Â¬ kind In allowing mo the opportunity to jr Thats what I bengaline dotted and plain surah ew iai0 ice vanced Ho received them with an atÂ¬ derly carrying tho forgotten hat or muke soma return for tho times you want said the customer I sent tho Costumes with velvet sleeves skki gloves but facts are stubborn and have saved My life tempt ut facetiousness other wagon around with artificial ice frills and vests are however kept Excuse me ladles I have no card often unpoetlcal things with which to sobbed you you have In It of course and the customer was reserve for cool evenings on the beac Hut sho with me Allow mo to introduce my- Â¬ dcul and tho truth must bo told done more than that for me You have tickled to death and says its tho best and in the mountains whore they loo Dangerllold felt keeuly that every- Â¬ saved Hobs llfel And you know in n Ico he ever saw etc Wheeling Regis Â¬ t i bin These ore self Hal Daiigcrflold in a starving sprained ankle hav- thing was roversed and ho reullzed it month he is to bo my husband condition with a ter made of light or dark velvet oiiwt irrilV orOlH ing lost my way some forty olght hours was quite ungcntlcmanly on his part 1l l1 n- The ideal resort would bo a place lililllliillK mw mv finff J I Gradually without disclosing his ig- Â¬ ago Do you happen to have u chicken uot to fall desperately in love with his In tone yet Q soft tinted gown charming preserver This second affair norance ho discovered that ho had whero you had to sleep undor blankets being of a much deeper shade or w croquette in your pookotV so tho was too much for him and he hastened J rushed Into tho wrong room and In July and didnt havo to sleep under Hut uot a crust did they have n i rost Buffalo Express only way was to got buck to cuuip an his departure beforo another oppprtun dragged Mr Hobort Alnsworth from blankets in January Hazel Green Herald Boon Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ln Â¬ ot Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ two-butto- n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 -- - Â¬ Â¬ fti tamaHBHMaHBUMBflBnMwniMMt - A USEFUL SUFFERING Bjjs Christs Lacerations Were Nrrc cssary HioJ anil Tears fctlon Appla Acclamation Dlil ot Actualo mm to me n Mr tyr Talmajies Sermon Iahl For Our lletlemtt- - Talmngcs Kuropcnn prcnchlng iirnwiug iu u viuae a no sumeci Moscn for lust huiulnys surmon was tho text taken be IUscful Suffering It behooved Christ fog Luke xxiv 40 IWV ir Dr 19 same time some one Imd blun- Â¬ tiro abhorrent of the the blunder and who caused he sacrifice of those brave men Hut I shall show you if for no use the Lord will help me this morning that for good reasons Christ went through the torture In other words it behooved Christ to suffer 1 In the first place I remark that Christs lacerations were necessary be Â¬ cause mans rescue was an impossibility except by the payment of some great must stand abhorrent and denun Â¬ ciatory at tho fact that the Father allowed tho butchery of His only begot We nil admire the bravo six ten Son hundred men described by Tennyson n dashing Into the conflict when they knew they must die and knew at tho Verse Â¬ There havo been scholars who havo rcnturcd tho assertion that the puinspf Indeed it ir Lord were unnecessary as n shocking waste of tears and blood ad agony unless some great end were If men can prove that to be reached go good result come of it then the char- Â¬ acter of Ood is impeached and the unl lb suffer but we dered man who made that sacrifice Outraged law had thundered Man must die unless ngninst iniquity a Christ then ltrcd His heart to the Ho paid for our redemption in tears and blood ami wounded feet and jcourcd shoulders and torn brow It is done Heaven and earth heard tho snap of the prison bar Sinai ceased to quake with wrath the moment that Calvary began to rock In crucifixion Oh Christ had suffered says sxune 1 dont like that doctrine of sub man stitution let every man bear his own burdens and weep his own tears and lipht his own battles Why my brother there is vicarious sufferings all over the world Did not your parents suffer for you Do yon not suffer some times for your children Does not the Did not patriot suffer for his country Grace Darling suffer for the drowning sailors Vicarious suffering on all sidcbJ Hut how insignificant compared with this scene of vicarious suffering Wnsi it for crime Mini have tlouo pang Â¬ Â¬ 1 Ho refuses Let Gabriel stop forth Let Michael the Archangel step forth lie refuses No Unman citicn no Athenian no Corinthian no reformer no anpel voluntcred Â¬ substitute can intercept that death groaned iimhi the tree Amazing pity cruet unknown Ami love beyond degree I Up Christ must suffer to pay tho prico of our redemption remark again Tho sufferings of Christ were necessary in order that tho worlds sympathies might bo aroused Men tire won to the right and good through their sympathies Tho world must feel aright buforo it can act aright So the cross wiih allowed to be lifted that the worlds sympathies Hut might be aroused Men wlio havo boon obdurated by the cruel tis they havo enacted by the massacres they have in- Â¬ flicted by the horrors of which they havo been guilty havo jecome little chlldi on in tho presence of this dying Saviour What the sword could not do what Juggernauts could not subdue the wounded hand of Christ has accom- Â¬ plished There tiro this moment mill Ions of people held under the spell of that one sacrifice Tho hammers thut struck tho spikes into tho cross have broken tho rocky heart of the world Nothing but the agonies of a Saviours death throu could arouse tho worlds sympathies I remark ngain It bohoved Christ to suffer that tho strength and per- Â¬ sistence of the divine love might bo demonstrated Was it the applauso of tho world that Induced Christ on that crusade from Heaven Could tho con Â¬ quest of this insignificant planut havo Paid Him for His career of pain If it Jrnd been a mere matter of applause All tho honors of Heaven surging at Ms feet Would your queen givo up for throne that she might rulo a miserable tribe in Africa Would tho Lord Jesus Christ on tho throne of tho universe come down to our planet if It were n mere matter of applause and acclamation Nor was it an expedition undertaken for tho accumulation of Tt wealth What could all the Wrests and the diamonds of our little are the glories nity Nor was of infinitude and eter Â¬ it an experiment an attempt to show what ho could do with ho hard hearted race IIo who wheels hu stars In their course and holds the P llnrs of the universe on tho tips of his toners needed to mako no experiment to nd what bo could do Oh I will tell you my friends what it was It vas undisguised unlimited infinite eternal om Â¬ nipotent lovo that opened the gate that tfartcd the star In tho east with finger light pointing down to the manger that arrayed the Christmas choir above ethlehem that opened tho stable door noro Christ was bom that Wtoil mm the cross Lovo thirsty at the well Mve nt tho sick mans couch Lovo at iM cripples eru tub Love swoatinf in garden Lovo dying on tho cross art I world do for him whose I tho grave You can not mistake it Tho blindest eye must Come life cume death come scorn and pain eomo whirlwind and darkness see It Tho hardest heart must feel it Lord Jesus I can not give thee up I 11m deafest ear must hear Parablo havo hoard thy I havo soon thy and miracle waysldo talk it seasldo blooding side voice and Lord Jesus If I had interview nil tho scenes of his life nil some garlands plucked from heavenly the sufferings of his death proving bo garlands I would wreath It for thy yound controversy that for our lugrnto If I worthy of earth God has yearned with stupendous browplace I had somo gem thy the would set it In crown jnnd inextinguishable love If I had a seraphic harp I would strike Hut I remark again It behooved It in thy praise Hut I come last and Christ to Buffer Unit tho nature of ruined and uudona to throw myself at human guilt might be demonstrated thy feet Ihero is not a common sense man in No prlco I nrlnji Simply to thy cross I cling the house to day that will not admit that the machinery of society is out of Thou knowest all things Tlioa know gear that the human mind uml the est that I love thee human heart are disotganized that Hut I remark again It bohoved something ought to bo done and done Christ to suffer that the world might right away for it repair and adjust Â¬ learn how to suffer Sometimes peo Â¬ ment Hut tho height and depth nnd ple suffer because they can not help length and breadth und hate and themselves but Christ had in His hands recklessness and infernal energy of tho all the weapons to punish His enemies human heart for sin would not havo and yet In quiescence He endured all been demonstrated if against tho holy outrage Hu might have hurled the and innocent One of tho Cross it rocks of Golgotha upon his pursuers had not been hurled In ono bolt of lire He might hare oleft the earth until It Christ was not tho that man that had swallowed up his assailants He might been put to death There had bean have called in re onforconient or taken many before him put to death but they any thunderbolt from the armory of had their whims their follies their God Omnipotent and hurled it seething sins their inconsistencies Hut whon nnd fiery among His foes but He an- Â¬ the mob outside of Jerusalon howled swered not again at tho Son of God 0 my liwarer has there ever been in it was hate against goodness It Was the history of tho world nuch an ox blaspemy against virtue it was ampin of enduring patience as we find Somo of you suffer earth against Heaven What was it in in tho cross that innocent and loving face of Christ physical distresses some of you havo that excited the vituperation and the life long ailments and they make you contumely and scorn of men If He fretful Sometimes you think that Sod had bantered them to come on if Ho has given you a cup too deep and too Sometimes you see the hud laughed them into derision if He brimming had denounced them as tho vagabonds world laughing and romping on tho that they were we could understand highways of life and you look out of their ferocity but it was against inof the window while seated in an invalids fenslvencss that they brandished their chair 1 want to show you this morning one spears and shoqit their fists nnd ground their teeth and howled and scoffed who had worse pains in tho head than and jeered and mocked What ovll had you have ever had whoso back was He done Whose eyesight had He put scourged who wus wounded In tho out None but lie had given vision to hands and wounded lu the foot und the blind Whose child had lie slain suffered all over and I want that ex Â¬ None but lie restored the dead damsel ample to make you more enduring in to her mother --What law had He your suffering and to mako you say Father not my will but thine be broken None but He hail inculcated You nover havo had any bodily obedience to government What foul done plot had He enacted against the happi Â¬ pain and you will never have any Noun He hud come bodily pain that equaled Christs Uir ness of the race It behooved Christ to suffer to save a world The only cruelty He ture ever enacted was to heal the sick The thnt He might show you how physically only ostentation He ever displayed was to suffer Some of you aro persecuted There to sit with publicans and sinners and are those who hate you They criticise wash the disciples feoL They would bo glad to see you The only selfishness He ever exhibit Â¬ you tumble and fall They have dime un Â¬ ed was to give His life for his enemies And yet all the wrath of tho world accountable meanness toward you surged against His holy heart Hear Sometimes you feel angry You feel as the red hot scorn of tho world hissing if you would like to rotor Stop Look And at tho closed lip look at the ntlll hand in the pools of a Saviours blood dny lot us seo what look at the Ivoautiful demeanor of your standing there to an unreasonable loathsome hateful Lord Struok not striking back again blasting damning thing is tho iniquity Oh if you could only appreciate what He endured in the way of persecution of the human heart will not sin do It The words of Christ would be your tnhmsed what Father if it be possible let this will scale any height it wijl fathqin tho words oup pass from me but If not thy will very depths of hell it will rovollu all Ihj It behoved Christ to suffer done lasciviousncsH There is no blasphemy is nooruoltlea persecution that H might show you it will not utter there on which it will not gorge ltsolf It how to endure persecution Some of you aro bereft It bi no ranwill wallow in liltli It will breathe the dom remark bocause there is hardly a air of charnel houses of corruption and family here that Has not passed under call them aroma it will quaff the blood You havt been bereft tho shadow of immortal souls and call it nectar Your house- la a different plnco from When sin murdered Christ on tho cross used to bo The same furniture it showed what it would do with tho what It the same books the same pictures but Lord God Almighty if it could got at there has lxon a voice hushed thure Him Tho face that used to light up the whole The prophot had declared I think It The pattering has vanished was Jeremiah had declared centuries dwelling of the other feet does not break up the before tho truth but not until slu shot wave has gone over loneliness out its forked tongue nt the crucifixion your soul The you have sometime anil and tossed its sting into the soul of a thought what you would toll him when martyred Jesus was it illustrated that he comes back but then the thought thehoart is deceitful above all things has Unshed upon you he will never and desperately wicked come tack Again It bohoved Christ to suffer Ah my brother my sister Christ hni that our affections might bo excited sounded all that depth Jesus of the Christward Why sirs tho imhavior ol beroft soul is here to day Heboid Him our Lord has stirred the affection of He knows what it is to weep at the till those who have over heard of it It tomb It seems to mo as if all the has hung tho art galleries of the world storms of the worlds sorrow were com with such pictures iw Ghlrlaudajos pressed Into one sob and that sob were Worship of the Magi Giottos Hap uttered lu two words Jesus wept tlsm of Christ Iloltnan Hunts Christ I clone my sermon with a doxology in the Temple Tintornta Agony In ltlossing and glory aud houor and Angelos Crucifixion the Garden power be unto Him thnt uittuth upon and it has called out nnndels Mes- Â¬ tho throne and unto tho lamb forever und rung sweetest ohimes in Ainou aud Amen siah Youngs Night Thoughts and filled the psalmody of tho world with tho anil penitential uotes of sorrow and tho ho If fathers would only reaHrft how sannus of Christian triumph much the rounding out of loth the Show mo any other king whe has so uharseter and vdueatlon of their daugh many subjects What la tho wot po ters depended ou tho relation they held tontnnmo today In tho United States to their fathers the complaint of the in France in Kngland in Scotland in narrowness of view and personal rla Irelaud Jesus Other kings havo had tions which women hold to affairs Women who grow many subjects but where Is tho king would disappear whohas so many admiring subjects as up entirely under a mothers Infiueuee Christ Show me a regiment of 1000 naturally view life from tho feminine men in their army and I will show standpoint having minds more fitted to you a battalion of 10001 men in Chrlsta comprehend details than to grasp entire situations army The very nature of n training entirely Show me In history where ono man given his property and his llfo for under feminine intlueucu Is to bound has any one else and I will show you in tho mental vision by tho horion of historv hundreds of thousands of men homo fences domestic soeinl church Of tho vast who have cheorfully died that Christ and inherited opinion reign Aye there are 100 men world outside these walls a girl can might in this house who If need were would only learn its she Is brought in uonlnot step out nnd die for Jesus Their faithÂ¬ with it through the medium of an in- Â¬ telligent father or brother unless cirÂ¬ mtiv now seem to be faint and some they may be inconsistent but let cumstances force her to battle wltii tho times tho fires of martyrdom bo kindled name outside world in the struggle Moro women mako throw them into tho pit cover them serpents pound them wrecks of their lives because of the with poisonous Hail them crush them nnd I will toll mistaken training that prevented n knowledge of financial and economio you what their last cry would be conditions than from any other cause Come Lorn Jesus come quickly Lord Jeaus has won tho -- Dutostlo Monthly Oh yes the There nro Affections of many of us A hearer on lenvlngohurch onSitn vdme of us who oun say this morning Hsfht and my song my day whero bo could neither understand i owl Jesus inv the performances of th hone for time my expectation for utur nor appreciate prophciiy In Amos vill8 sakl o Altogether lovely thou nrt My choir nlty And the song Thou hrd lust been fulfilled soul le wtMmmI with the vlslun me cmsp wee of tho temple bhall bo liowllngs Come let mine Lovo wrapped ii HrTirSECOND CONGRESS IfMmpvrad ty in Recalls ef MepMbUcan THE LeKUIatloH St aaa Is now opposed to Harrison ThV Is little doubt that there U mow 1h tke Mato a plurality of at least 3000 against - Tho first session of the Fifty second congresa began ntnld republican predic- Â¬ tions of disaster to the democratic party and ended with graceful recogni- Â¬ tion of the wish of a republican presi Â¬ ItH work will bo the subject of much controversy aud necessarily an issue of no small importance in a national cam- Â¬ paign which involves the election of a now house of representatives as woll an thatof a president aud a vice president 1or this reason judgment of Its acts will be influenced morestrongly than in Intermcdluto years by partisan inclina- Â¬ tions It Is obvious however that no hotter or falror method of judging Its performances from a political stand Â¬ point than by comparison with its republican predecessor can be devised This is a test which democrats will welcome and to which republicans must submit The democrats of tho house did their best to lighten the burdens of taxation on th people and industries of tho country Under the lead of the ways and means committee a bill was passed making wool free lu tho hopo of re- Â¬ viving the drooping woolen manufac tuirng interests and encouraging the Â¬ dent The same bill abolished tho compen- Â¬ satory duty on woolen goods Tho re- Â¬ sult of this would have been the cheap- Â¬ ening of clothes which had been made much moro costly by tho McKinley t law Another bill made free the bludlng twiue used by the wheat growers and tho cotton ttes used by the planters of the south Another made ore containing both silver und lead free the purpose being to cheapeu one of the most common articles of domestic and industrial use The bill to reduce tho enormous Mc- Â¬ Kinley tux on tin plates would havo put an end to a contemptible fraud and would havo saved the people of this country from 910000000 to 15000000 a year When these tux relief bills reached the senate the republican majority promptly pigeon holed them h the interest of certain manufacturers of clteap plushes shoddy aud certain kinds of woolens they denied the people cheap clothes In tho interest of tho cordnge trust they refused cheap binding twine to the wheat growers In behalf of the hoop iron makers o Pittsburgh they insisted upon dear cotton ties for the southern planters To help tho makers of plate they re Â¬ fused to put an end to the robbery of the people who buy dinner pails pots puns and roofing tin and retained the tax that increase the price of canned goods aud has already closed up a score of canning factories depriving labor of ita work as well as making fpod dearer In brief all of the bills which the democratic house passed for the be no tit of the people were killed by the The houso dealt with the free coinago measure honorably and manfully Tho democratic majority realizing that its firkt duty was to the people who elected it for the purpose of reducing taxes defeated the effort to force It to the front Hesules uttending to Its legislative work thn majority in the house exposed Haums iniquitous administration of the pension oftlce and showed tho president to be his protector The material rosults of the session will not bo of great advantage to tho country for the simple reason that re- Â¬ publican legislation of tho billion dollar congress a republican senate aud a re publican president havo prevented the deinocrntio house from currying out the reforms desired by the people The political situation is unchanged by tho session It remains what it was in the eumpaign of 1800 The democrats have tiled to rcditCH expenditures but They have tried to they could not drive the administration to reform the abur cs in tho pension bureau but they have been met and overcome by the presidents obstinate adherence to a scandalous administration Above all the democrats havo tried to aholUh soma of the evils aud to lighten some of the burdens of the McKinley tariff law They havo attacked some of Itu most fingrant abuses and somo of the worst trusts It has engendered but the friends of trusts and monopoly controlled the neuate and sat In the white house and tho efforts of democratic tariff reformers were lost except us thuy show to the country that thn purty is still bent upon accomplishing the task which the people assigned to it In Â¬ Â¬ him Tho democratic- chances of carry ing Illinois aad Wisconsin aro better than the chances of the republics Iowa is at least rh apt to give Its elec- Â¬ toral vote to Cleveland an it la to return to the republican party The demoÂ¬ crats will divide the vote of Michigan and in Kansas and Nebraska Harrison is fighting both the democrats aad the third party people of the farmers alli- Â¬ ances Whore then de the custom house and post oftlce republicans expect to get aa Tho blocks-of-ftv- e electoral majority system cannot be successfully used over such a territory as this when the peo- Â¬ ple have been educated tosuchaknowl odgo of its workings aa they gained from the Harrison campaign of 1883 in Indiana and in tho absence of such means of control Harrison Is beaten three months before the polls open St Louis Republic NOTES AND QpTfTlONS The democratic party in for a tariff for revenue ouly and against the doctrine that grand larceny can create vested rlghta which it would be unjust to challenge St Louls ltopublle Tho republican party stands com- Â¬ mitted to the force bill and acknowl- Â¬ edges thn Indisputable wickedness of the proposed measure by trying to pooh pooh It into insignlficauce as aa Issue Detroit Free Press PIntt Quay and Clarkson should go abrond until after tho November election Nothing but this will reduce Hennle to the dimensions that will make It endurable to live on tho same continent with him St Louis Ho pub- - He Â¬ kenute Â¬ Fmr nihtr Â¬ The fifteen unprotected indus- Â¬ tries that have increased wages and tho fifteen protected Iniustrlos that havo decreased them are witnesses whoso evidence should convince any falr mluded jury of average Intelligence Louisville Courier Journal Tho indignation of thn repub Â¬ licans that tho democrats should nbml nato for governor of Illinois a rinai who has plenty of money Is highly In- Â¬ teresting Only republicans have tho right to nominate a man with a barl 1 Louisville Courier Journal In making apologies and explana- Â¬ tions Gen Clarkson Is Old Suavity himself but even he has given It tip aa n hopeless job aud lapsed intoa dogged silence When a man like Clarkson is nonplushcd by the republican situation It has passed all hopo of vcdcinptlom Detroit Free Press Ouly a short time ago Heujamln Harrison as the head of the republican party was arguing against the danger of a cheap coat making a cheap man Ho should ask Mr McKinley to revise his speech The argument that the tariff dvcreusea the cost of products is a direct insult to the presidential intelli- Â¬ gence Chicago Times During ten years of high tariff taxes more McKinley mortgages worn put on the farms aud homes of Kaunas and Nebraska than there were inhabÂ¬ ited houses in theso states in 1U90 Wo havo extracted this fact from the cen- Â¬ sus several times before but wo intend to keep it before the MuKlnley people until they can mako up their mind to say something about It St Louis Re- public Anything to win Is the motto of the Minnesota republicans and while supporting Harrison with his ultra Mc- Â¬ Kinley views they aro running Knute Nelson for governor a tariff reform man who when In coNgress voted for the Mills bill Tho republican party has censed to tight for principles It wants the loaves and fishes no matter if they have to be stolon Detroit Frea Press Four years ago Candidate Harrl son was complaining that the Cleveland administration permitted public mon Â¬ eys to remain in designated national banks The candidate beaamo presi Â¬ dent The latest monthly statement of the treasury department shows a bal Â¬ ance of public moneys In such deposi- Â¬ The amount at present a tories twelve million dollars The candidate was merely indulging campaign dema Â¬ gogy Chicago Times When President Cleveland con- Â¬ tributed 10000 to the campaign fund of 1888 republican journals bitterly deÂ¬ nounced the act as ono designed to exIn it tort money from ofllcehohlers unreasonable then to construe Presi Â¬ dent Hnrriaons contribution of Sv00y if he really made it as reported aa a gentle hint that ho expects his office Â¬ holders to contribute exactly two and one half times as much as Mr Clev- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bread-and-butt- er The republican Impudence that THE CAMPAIGN IN THE WEST talks of tho verdict of 18S9a verdict e rendered In November in favor of A ItMir Outlook for Dm MiiululiitorM Cleveland und tariff reform by one hun- Â¬ Few republicans believe that Harri Â¬ dred thousand majority which was set son will carry New York Some of aside by the electoral college of De- Â¬ them talk of their ability to elect him cember for Harrlsonr Is only equaled without Now York but how aro they by its gall in claiming every black vote going to do it The talk of carrying in the south and every white vote in the north an belonging to it N Y West Virginia for him Is moonshlnubut even if it were not there is not a safe World republican state between Ohio aud Andrew Carnegie has two enstloa Kansas Many democrats bolievo that now one in Scotland nnd ono in Penn- Â¬ Ohio will go democratic this year We sylvania The former Is a palacu of believe however that It will not Wo ptensuru whero he spends in luxury the believe that Ohio California Oregon money earned for him by American Maine and Vermont uro still safely re- Â¬ workmen in his protected steel indus- Â¬ publican lu presidential years Ordi- Â¬ try The latter is u fort whine with narily Pennsylvania may bo added to Pinkortons and gunboats ami hot water the list but there is no means of tell- Â¬ tanks and deadly electric wires ha ing anything about what Pennsylvania keeps out tho workmen who think they ought to sharo with him a few of th will do tills year Hero in the central west the ropub benefits of ptotuution St LouU 1U llcaun can couutonnothiug surely ludi- - public Illnrk-tir-Kv- 1800 -- N Y World elands paid N Y World s pPFWwppf r nrrr7T fJnTnv HHjIIAIiU JlilbiX lTlDATn SPENCER COOPER - - Editor Ik a MnimzQ SvaWi Vf tr EuawH mhJ rfM3 MftrriaV- - nKr w alV nn1 tn liHciitlnn are thnt it will he 1ClUr CVI lu lW pivccihm ones al Jlnl V1 wlMx Ir BaviS l 0u tiling am intervene to prevent us neiug a pronounced Hticccs and that Ih indent cut weather I o o f j HAZEL GREEN KY Fit i day Sept 23 1802 lltfttrilt IlllH lierctotoro doiisicu turn it wouiu ormg nut a candidate fnr Congress but so far If they no entry has been announced arc going to liavo one wo should like to hpo him trotted out so that we can size Hut maybe up his running cjmilitlox theyre making a still hunt Till- o M nitlna lllO ixirv In tlllii DEMOCRATIC o o JICKET Our old friend David Hogp formerly of this county ami for several years tho elllcleut County Court cleik of Wolfe is tho Democratic candidate for County Commissioner in Greer county Texas Dave Is both the home of his adoption and a host of his honest and capable Democratic friends in this neck o woods will hope him success and hurrah most lustilv when he attains it o o o For President CROVER CLEVELAND Of New York For Vice President ADLAI E STEVENSON or imiou 10th Tor Congress JUDGE MC District LISLE Of Clark County For Circuit Judge D 11 KEDWINE Of Rrenthitt County COUNTY TICKET For Circuit Clerk JONAS F VANS A NT For Sheriff GEORGE W DRAKE Vor Circuit Jmlgn Wo are nutliorizetl to announce Judge HKNHY C LILLY as n candidate lor Circuit Judge In the Twenty third Judical district composed of the counties of KniIII Lee Wolfe llrentliilt and Magoilin many men will refrain from voting at the November election is quite certain They do not understand the new system of voting and fearing that they may make n failure prefer not to We have heard that go to the polls many in our county will not tackle tho Hut this is all wrong and new machine we hope they will le induced to change their minds in the matter o o o That Â¬ Â¬ The date just after your name on the niargin of this paper and if in arrears send us fcl at once to renew otherwise your name will bo dropped from the list All who are in arrears on the first day of October must be dropped in self defense John H Wilson present member of Congress from this district but under the new order of things now located in the Eleventh was last week defeated for renomination in the Republican conven tion nt London Cotson had the call on instructed votes but Wilson and Adams hunched with the result that Col Silas Adams won the nomination Colonel Adams won his title as Colonel of the First Kentucky Cavalry Â¬ o We have our drawbacks as of man Wood and water well as other people winds and the droughts are the the high worst drawbacks that we have in this Hut I have become natural country iVd to the water mi that I can scarcely tell gyp water from freestone water lit t I have not tried to get imturalied to d lug without wood and coah Hut I was naturalized to the mountains of old Kentucky and accustomed to plowing poor land that lay on its edge yet I was not contented to remain in that country Where my friends aro contented I will not advise them to tear up and move to Mme other country for a contented mind I enjoy u is wiiat makes a man happy I would rather ho hero frontier life ami than to be back in my old native State while others wlio are hero would rather I am still of the be somewhere ejse opinion that this is the coining country ot the Southwest although the drought that has just pascd over us made me doubt very much at times whether it would over be much of anything or not Hut in the way of a farming country in no nice since tho fall season has come and the grass has come out beyond my expectation so much and the outlook forgetting in a good wheat crop is so favorable that I have got my head away up yonder I will get in seventy five acres of wheat by the 20th of October if I I am not prevented by an accident want your Camp ton correspondent to wake up and get a move on himself If he does not I will come up one of these bright sunny mornings and shake him Hlurt I want you to get a move on yourWhen I read your letters they self usually remind me of reading after some of the old prophets in the bible I would have written oftener to The Herald if I had not been caught in a drought and dried up but since the good rains my limbs have got supple again anil I will write oftener to you all through The Herald one of the best local papers in -Â¬ arcs all DMCAST to absorb OXYtJKN ment No shock H hv causing the body It N a limne treat Â¬ no danger NomiJiciuc or doctor needed Write to us for Irt ulnrs and testimonials from the best people all ll wrfw RRyU HanufacurInE Jtwiltr 135 E MAIN Custom Houst STHEEt1 5quri 1 over the country Dubois webb K HE AD HrZCmJ LEXINGTON KY JM J fl tthniid lcllcrnn streets LnuUillc Ky WATCHES DIAMONDS CLOCKS JEWELRY golid Sillier wpm Throat OroapInflan A Kk Wboopisr Cough Bronehitii and Atthra otrUin cur for Coniumptlott In flnt Ufji and Vtt at one a iur rtllf In advanci stage leellftnt Bret afw taktnz Im Ton will teeth Fold by Tcrrvbtr first dot fettltt W ctnU and 3100 Optical Goods Trimble Bros WHOLES QlLE tt CoriOQldCoubrvtor SEQCEfiS MT STKHLINf KY piitroiiaue of Motiulaiu Meiebaut- Milly dlra liri P9Coni ninents of produce ntitt the solleiteil JeHlv rrifct JHfiZEL Green BciEniY winchesteTbank WINCHK TKII KY N Normal and Preparatory School II NEXT SESSION H KG INS WITIIKILSIOON President It I HfNTKU Cnttliirr Hay Sept 5q 189 l il up Cnpitnl 2lMHUl0 0lKKM0 Surplus o o the State Kxttl David Houo MORGANCOUNTY Current Morganfield Sun published an 12 page edition last week that cost just 800 to produce and among other things boasts that the town has doubled in population since 1888 Morganfield is not only a growing town but News and Comment this exhibition of its enterprise stamps Dn J N McCoitMiCK President of it as a progressive one as well and the tho International Hoard of Health de- Â¬ snap of The Sun is not to be sneezed at clares Louinvillo a hot bed for cholera When will the citizens of Hazel Green hut tho city in to ho cleaned up at once help The Herald get out a similar edition Aye when and may escape tho scourgo The illustrated Â¬ Kvolullorm George Knovvles has moved back to Ezel Miss Anna Hurra of Garrard county is visiting relatives in this section This ltiiuk Milieits the accounts oT iner chants farmer traders and bushiest mm cenerally thmnuliout Ktiteru Kentucky and otlert its ciiMomcr every fuedity it it d the most liberal terms within the limit of leiitimate buukiiii ocllHlv Traders Deposit MT STERLING Bank 30000 KY Tiik Goncral Assembly haspassed the hill changing tho date of assessment from September 15 to November 15 and tho Governor having attached his signature it is now the law o o o Â¬ como to us that Hon D B lictlwlno Is meeting with much encour- Â¬ agement in his raco for Circuit Judge of this district and there is now every reason to hopo that ho will win Â¬ Reporto o o o a three cornered fight for Congressional honors down in the Second district of this State and our old friend Tom Pottlt tho Peoples party candidate heema to he sucking tho hind tcet is o There o o o tho German Mugwump Republican advises all the German ele ment of tho Republican party and all othor well meaning Republican to vote for Cleveland and Stevenson Carl la a very level headed chap Dont it Â¬ Carl Sciiitrz O o Cait James Carr a canal boat own- er died at Now Hrunswlclr N J Sun Â¬ day of cholera having contracted the disease in Now York twelvo hours before There Is however no cholera in Now York now according to tho latest news at hand o o of last week nominated Hon Charles Russell of Powell county on tho second ballot Mr Russell in said to bo a good man but wont ho have to Russell pretty lively to bo elected Chicago Trade and Lalwr assem bly declined theinvltation of the Worlds Fair directors to take part In tho dedication parade next month becauso tho fair will not bo open to visitor on Sun day thus lessening tho pleasures that might bo enjoyed by tho laboring class Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Republican of this district in convention at Ml Sterling on Thursday o o o The o o o The receipt of a season complimentary to tho Mt Sterling fair in hereby ack Â¬ nowledged and wo regret that a press of business will prevent our attendance The fair will bo one of tho finest over held In Eastern Kentucky tho premiums large and the trotting races first class o o 0 Uncle Elmer Hayes is visiting friends at this place the number of which is not a few J M Pierntt has just returned from Danville where ho had taken his son Berry to enter college LETTER FROM OKLAHOMA Miss Myrtle Woolery returned home a Uuvt 1Ikk linn Honirttilni tn Snjr of Ihn few days ago from an extended visit of Condition of Affair Out Tlitirn four mouths in Harrison county Eldorado Okia Sept 15 1802 Millard Dennis and family recenJy Dear Old Herald It has been quite moved to Dr A H NlckelPs fnrm on a while sinco I have written to you It Grassy and enjoying country house Â¬ affords mo much pleasure to havo the keeping privilege of corresponding with my old Sept 10 Hluut friends through your valuable columns POWELL COUNTY Tho Kentucky colony seems to havo new life sinco the nice rains have fallen All Ilownii Hunt of them are preparing their land for Miss Minnie Hon of this place is at wheat except S P Napier who became tending an art school at Cincinnati discouraged and let his tongue run unMiss Mattio Hall of this place is at- Â¬ restrained until his neighbors began to tending Wesleyan college at Winchester get scarce and his jwckot book slim John Hurgess and wife of this place Under thin state of affairs the Squire attended the fair at Winchester last week fooled away what ho had gathered bin Ice Parmer who has been attending family into an old second hand wagon drawn by two old mules and started Menifee Circuit court returned last back to old Kentucky May success Thursday Mrs Lizzie St Clair of Siade was crown his efforts and may he learn to tell the truth when he know it or at visiting her sister Mrs Thus Conuery least practice some truth until he learns at this place last Saturday to tell it I had tho pleasure of meeting Charles Davis a former resident of an old Kentucky friend at Maugum that this place who has been absent a month i had not seen in twenty threo years or so past returned last Wednesday and as soon as I saw him I recognized While unloading ties last Thursday him as San ford 11 Licy a brother of A at this place Win Combs had two fin Â¬ P and James Lacy of your town Ho gers smashed by being caught between came home with me and for a day and two ties night we talked most of tho lime about Sowell Combs while walking with a our boyhood days that we had spent oit lady one evening last week remarked the Red river and at different places in his daddys breeches wouldnt fit our home State nan ford is the nominee that him now of tho Third party for Representative in Mr and Mrs Congloton of Chambers my Legislative district On our way station Menifee county were visiting homo we stayed all night with a thresh ing outfit and the crowd being very near their sou Iee Congleton at this place equally divided in their political senti- Saturday and Sunday There was a social given last Friday ments they called for a speech from San evening nt the residence of William ford and myself Wo proceeded to the merits and demerits of the Third Howen jr of this place Tho participarty principles 1 was a candidate at pants report a pleasant time Sept 18 GlARANTKE the same time for tho nomination on tho Democratic ticket for County Commis- Â¬ I received the nomination over sioner a very good man Capt Hiram Hogg FasnionaDle Dressmaking Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dls-etK-t Capital J M G 200000 W W Su itiius THOMSON IUCSTAFF President L KIUKIATUICK Yice PresMmt Cmliirr We respectfully jiolieit the Intiipi of uit r chants fariiUTK traders mid buoinefs mm generally throuuhoiit Kasteru Kentucky A general bunkinc business done Jive uh a chanee to send you a bank book nay onr cheeks anil loan you monev when in need W Thompson ChkIi unsurpassed by any other in Successors to J A La A Co Eastern Kentucky A AiII course in every department 74 K Main Stiikkt LKXINOTON KY Teachers awake to the interests of both Wholesale Dealers in pupils and patrons Itate of tuition low 100 lMi fc00 250 per month mimic 50 cents per Iettou Straight Kentucky Whiskies Hoard mid loiliny nt the Academy Home only 200 per week New huildiui new Wines Brandies c turfiiture good eatables have eluirgu of all hoarders Teachers FINK OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY -- Seud for catalogues CIGARS AND TOHACCO WM fl CORP Principal Aifints for Old Irtgh Old Pepper OM Tarrnnd Old Tuvlor -A school r s steader soSi 1 1 JACKSON Collegiate Institute OlKNS SKIT 5 HrGFBDBE X lJl- - tt uui r Tiue nouae OHIO 1802 UW 117 KACKSTKKET CINCINNATI Seven Teachers Large Hriclc Huildings New Three story Hoarding Hall Latin Creek German fcc All Common Complete Normal Course Catalogues free Branches Prof GOFF lackson Ky rNDKltWKAlt SHAWL 1IO-- IItLANKKTS SI nitY lilVJ PKNDHItS and all kinds of miiiiii wares and other uooiL in Notion ami Furnishing Hoods Line II A O FKiiKUtVCo K EAn Will III Utiun mi I Ilt n nrllMa f you Chureb Street New York Special attention to mail orders OIT IK QCA1TITT uisTi-sqiitm- - niimiimi nit Jam in t lnlIMinl IHtt itloil tllgftt I till lu IT IlvHilt i i tnr -tlftoutl I UIW llrliHill tiiUlljr Irrftkt titi tnr Itlil nit rut iiai f thliri nlm 1 WORMS WHITES CREAM 4iVr Â¬ Sfo r TBkSiJSK fKmmLMtSP -i r liHy Hwhi1 f LM filtulr h ir I in lluft llieu ul Hull tit I il till in ir lutlrnc lilio ii n I i imiI J nuik liiJut tlitlf i ittr lu tli i MM IIHjT llilt tl m or VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Romodiot EVERY willed uk tit rlttt mMnl I tin ft mililnc Itirll Mulh- ti it It t tat liif I M Hit tliiitilvu n ij mtiil lti furnlih FOR 20 YEARS BOTTIE GUARANTEED - N Id ImI Ht rr nif ttilillliull tltlt I rtiilfti lu in h Unit llrllr liul ii irvm -- W Iktl rrMr47 SOLD EVKRYWHKKK MUHAKBSOSTATLOH MltP- - CO bTtOfl- o Tmk fair of all falra that la tho Hazel Oretn falr nwlll begin Tuesday next of Hoonovillc Ky was hero prospecting and visiting relatives and friend for fivo weeks The captain seemed to bo well pleased with the country Tho fino quality of milk and butter that ho saw produced front our fine prairie mesquit grass is enough to make a man like this country This is not all that attracts ones attention Tho excellent health of tho country and its delightful climate all make it a desirahlo place for the abode I nm m uniiiUvf wka tft dresses unit other garments in the latest ttkinrtr Ihnt style Satisfaction guaranteed and price fitliil tur IulluitilUoum n lMlnt Wm Mikwuit Alllintw all ir jru li rr Jlitr nu reasonable Also teach the art of cutting ttntult In c nxi Iuiibt nkrAJUlit rw Itilunt AJIittt - V Alli A nautili Muloe llux and fitting by chart Itesiiectfullv MILS F N DAY OMHS HOUSE R J- - F LOCK HART CAMrTON KY U imtL iiw itntitn nt it I t x lit tiit at iiml lint La ii iiinnv IBW jr TJVSP xi25i ittJr ll Ulll ttiMHir ff llitittlOf kUSE DeBUSK PRACTICAL 4athlllihtm il tnirul UN HI nil Itrtt D IDEHSTTXaiTp KZFL KY IllaekMiiithliiK of all kinds solicited and work promptly done We make a specinin of building iMiorxe wagons and guaranty all work NOTItH All who uro Imlebled to tin firm or either of us for ork innt eonnj S S COM IIS Hropriktor and nettle and cash or satisfactory tclll be deuniiided for all work done hereiuier The ptttronaue of the traveling public is Thanking yon for past patroungcand respect fully solicited Table the bent and lleitliij a eontiiiuanceof the same HOSK OkIU k every attention to the comfort of guests respectfully Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers HAEL JKEEN KY c we1 WJ n- l- i laWf inraHrcnthlti WonrotiTrocelpl of tlio culnlbguo Of MltldtpfttHirttHgtt DWtrtat Morgan the Montgomery County Fnlr nnd Trot- Â¬ Presiding Elder C P Oney Middles man nil omcr papers in tliu ting lusocintion Wl In stylo nnd workman borough C A Taguo Meadow Creek In Mt Sterling Win Wo nml merchant Thin nlono would E J Tcrrlll London and PlnovUlo F Mieiter Lexington liouisvuie ami cincln ship it Ih it beauty riuiu iiirougn justify tlio concluRlon of succe a Tlio K Strttve Manchester Ml Will nn V D ltagan ihleh to secure Mountain Trade premiuniB nro liberal mid Whitesburg and llimlmnn J R Nelson ADVLKTISINO llATKt AilvcrtNeiucutx inserted for lent tlinn 3 Kn fnr Viiuiitlit wi in4riiiii anil - cent an Inch fur each sub nml Insertion jsjrAM TitvsHiKST Advkutihinu mubt TllAaHIKKT Gbeen Hazel elrculntlon In Herald Wolfe SHERIFFS SALE FOE between the hours 0 A M nnd a M H bHn cfewHty wHrtikrJtx- poso to puhlto sale for cash In hnnd the following real estate or 10 muck thereof as may he necessary to satisfy tho following tux and eostrtowltr- leH te nt 1R 1 lAlH IK AUVAXtK 8TASD1SO AUVKUTISKMKSTH inch 12 montliH J Inehci 3 Indict i Inches 5 Inches 7 CO 12 80 13 00 M 22 00 -- ft i ltitihi until known on application Local notices to In iutcpipcrscd among miiIIiil matter 10 cents a Hoc with a dis count o f --ft per cent where they run a month vor more 1 Obituaries tributes of icspcct etc 3e n line Connt six wonts to the line anil mmhi We will write money with the inannxprlpt Liberal rates on larger aiivcniHCiiicuis 5w Mrs Nannie Knsh who teaches tho Stillwater school had tho infant class 1 fOl i aiior before her for recitation and instruction IH 1 no inic name on the on Wednesday and among other ques murriii oi this paper and if tions asked Who is President of the Though they are all i Ill arrears scnu us ci in unue United Suites little tots they promptly answered to renew otherwise your name Harrison She then put the question will he dropped from the list Who are now running for the office of All who are in arrears on the President of tho United Suites This first day of October must be was n little too much for a majority of dropped in self defense them but one little girl held up her hnnd ns a signal that she could answer and Coughing lends to consumption Kemps astonished the teacher with Harrison nml Steve Tutt Mr Tutt is our Coun HiUani stops the cough nt once ty Judge and being commonly called The three legged racu ui the fair next Steve she had probably heard the name week will bonne of the attractions Stevenson nnd thus confounded the two Come to the fnir next week and enjoy names yourself for four flayr as you never did Alonzo Ilrookshire wns last week tried before in the Mcnefee Circuit court for killing The annual meeting will begin today ICavaiiaugh Tipton mid on Saturday he Friday at Duysborough and continue received a life sentence to the penitenover SHiuduy tiary SlierifT Lyon nnd a guard took Henry Linden our colored friend has him across the country to the C and O our thanks lor sonic nice sweet potatoes road thence to Catlettsburg thence to Ashland mid on to Covington From and roasting ears there he again traveled in a round about The Academy Home is now open for direction jmiil his final home the penithe reception ol boarders mid everything tentiary at Frankfort was reached The is in apple pie order route taken was to thwart tho mob but The residence ot Josh Dumisk under it appears that no mob had formed the supervision ot T Whaiey and T The saw mill and planer operated by J dtuphctiMiii is rapidlv going up George Kogors near Sandiield were parMrs Nannie Knn will grille or feed tially burned Tuesday night All of tho horses at her farm near lair grounds Iwlting of the mill and planer a lot of during the tair at ruuMiuublu rales ceiling plank and the babbitt meUil of Mr lingers Mrs ltmgo authorizes us to say that the planer were destroyed used by putting the Kingo house will be open lor board Â¬ thinks the planer can be He thinks the fire was in new babbitt ers during the lair Meals lr cent of incendiary origin but it is likely that James U Combs ot this county was it was accidental as the planer had been auislaut secretary of the Republican in operation during the day and a large convention held at Ml Sterling last pile of shavings had accumulated near week the furnace U il Svvaugi aim luuiiiy aie expected McCJuire fc Swango sold only about to arrive la re rum lanklurt this Fri half the bunch of cattle they took to the Uuyj evening ami will remain until utter Mt Sterling market and realized very the air what they did sell Mr Ljoic at the date after your name on low prices for Mufiiire returned from Mt Sterling on the margin ot this paper and it you are Wednesday and says he saw good heifers UhliiU next WceK nring us the dollar sell Monday at lj cents per pound uu owe us We need it bitunries ami publish at o cents a line Mnrriagcaud death notices not exceeding n lines solicited and published KKIK jrlilMH KOK KKOtlAK ADVKUTI8ISO PAYAHIKQUAIITKHLY ON IHMASIl SPBVCKIl COOPFlt AdilrcM Hurel Jrecn Ky More than ono hundred entries havo been miido for the trots purses attract jvc Tho track is a mjle springy tlio fastest in tho State and from beginning to tho finish tho horses nro in plain view Tho grounds nro beautiful and amnio arrangements will bo provided for the accommodation of the many thousands who will attend In addition to tho fine exhibits and trots there is offered large prizes in bicycle races every day also as one of tho features is a fivo days shoot- k iwmuimiciii prizes aggregating over 1000 This will bo a great fair more attractions than ony other Cut rates on all rallronds Mt Sterling is within tho bounds of tho bluegrass belt and in view of tho picturcsquo mountain scenery No oho cuu afford to lose this op portunity to attend this meeting Â¬ Â¬ attractive Harlan O J Chandler Cartorvllle 0 G luigan Jackson E A McCluro Ir- Â¬ vine P J Ross Realty vlllo S M Car Monday ootober pf oclock oclock HAMK 3 i89a LrUfg y rt rior Campton and Hazel Green F A Savago Morehead James E Wright West Liberty J L West Hazard and Hyden J W Crater Clay City J N 1011 w 1 o Q 500 7 HO 7 73 7 700 3 TO MJoijJs AlmrKv Tiixitl 1 THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY MT MT jtl JL MM STERLING KY I vuniiiit 4 Cnudill Thompsoii Cope John F Flniiriioy A I lreemnii Henry iiiiiiiiitniiiiiiiniHiiiim UuloetedMi wiicHaJdiiir Town lot Lee City Wt T i in niiiiiri Hi i ocaied IW2 m m 11 m til 1 80 i 4 03 37 4 Harnett fed Henry J L Hummel U A 11 rm -- 7 7 lfl a Unloostcd 1W3 lftW Johnson K Michael Co Und F Adnir I W Mapels heirs 00 7 1000 7 130 i 7300 a F 130 I Unlncatcd Jonas ranipholl 11 launder Dunn Lodfortl i 12 M2 M so mtl 4 Ofl 12 M Sept 27 28 29 30 Oct Keystono Investineut Co Little It B AW4 4 Jewe Atlsms 10001 7 UillOCAlCO 1201 7 1000 7 Iiik Love I Mary A O h Joseph Speucer uuiocateii FnlocAted Togau Roo f iia k a tikii 5000 In Purses and Priniuins v 1803 00 1W3 21 03 4 08 1802 4 40 1803 31 03 t XW m im 1802 I Mjljer A Prowltt mllFyour 1 Two just Three Trotting Eaces Each Day Prater Koss O II Julsonberry F owell Tlinnins W II It heirs 7M 4 Fleldon Hindi ISOl f J W Congleton 200 4 Lawrence ronder 1M 7 Win Llndon 17WI 23 05 4 01 1892 4 03 t II i 11 12 1802 1802 1802 1802 1K02 Houohy James I Shuuinker SheehanMlehaet 110 Inloented 400 7 Unloontcd ftO 10 4 4 Newton Tonniend 2r si 0 m i 0 80 Â¬ IIICYCIK HACKS HAMOON ASCKNHION NOVKITY HACKS and all the latest Fair attrautloiiK A live davs Itgcnn Shooting Tournament in Woodland adjieeut to groundd 100 in Cash Sweepstakes each day and other price Â¬ 3 7 JIT Spencer Un ncatcd a r4 ooy MIUMICj o ft r 1 2000 7 ITnocalod 111 3 Unloeated 01 1802 90 01 WJ 3 07 I8nitie Sept 1 1892 188010 J Total tax C C HANKS 8 Vf C Saxtons Military Band Hulteiliiceri Raton on all llailrnads Address Secretary for cntalngiie OKO W AXIKHSON lresident W K 1IKAN Secretary t3 M c J TAYLOR DAY FLOYD DAY Dil Wholemile and Itetail Dealers in i Â¬ s a K i- v wraiPleicMlse HAEL IREEN KY 81 u Largest Stock and Lowest Prices of nny houao in Eastorn Ken- Â¬ tucky Live Stock Saw Logs School ClaiuiB and Country Â¬ Pro Â¬ IW cq O -- a Â¬ duce taken in exchange for goods or on notes and accounts 1 DjIILI Â¬ RET WEEN m LINE hmitae QtQ ttassfe mi ligs Â¬ BOtH ana Haze Sreen TIIK TOPirs OF THE DAY J Men are talking nhout who shall be tho next Pres ident Tariff Ilefonu Ac hut the ladies are talklnf of the Fine Furniture and how cheap they eau buy it from tuHack lenven ItotliMell every inornlnj Sundiiy exeepted ut HO and arrivtB at Harel ireen at TclO r M Ixttve lintel ireen every morning Siindnv excepted at 0 oeloek arriving at ltothweil at 2M0 v M 8 A train and eonneetiiiK with the K S A eon for Mt Sterling There the K neetit with train for Lexlnglon Frankfort get prices nnd Louisville so parties ean get to the above places the same day they leae 1 hotel SlobinworL Ojoaptorfcr X7 I have lust added to my stook of General Merchandise the Inrucnt and most complete line of Furniture ever brought to this country and will make prees n low us can bo had at Winchester or Lexington Bo come and see good and before buying elsewhere OKO W 110I11NBON Truly yours 1 1 bidies and children trnveling without Onlv The oldext nnd mimt relliilde svstem of Itimlnem iilleirPN In thn llnlteil Htai eiieort will be kindly cured lor We have llook keeping and Bhortdiand sjieclailies Terms low experienced tenchers employed old experienced drivers lUioins on first floor For full information write to Yours renneetfiillv Hoard of Trade KNOS 81KNCKK Presidinl DrnUSK TAHOK JulStr Main Street cor Third LotUHVUlK KY FARE Each Way 2 tymmim mswsss mUzm 14 i Wkht AMOS DAVISWITH LihkutvKy WOLFE COUNTY John Divh has just adued a three CiiiiiiIiii Curreney room addition to ins dwelling which will CINCINNATI 0 W Pkakl St C Lilly was in town last week re-Â¬ if liiUKc it one ot the hauusoiiicl ami most pairing his political fences convenient huue in Hazel Ureen George W Drake was at home one The Hazel Urccu tair association have see his family whled to uiuir program a lue lur alt run day last week to I C F Smith of Richmond was the UHig race tor tne last day puise frlU 1 0 to lum guest of the Combs house last Sunday V1 to see iiid id u third M F Morton W K White and K About sixty students arc in attendance Republican conven- Â¬ at the Hauei Ureen Academy lids Cundilf attended the Mt Sterling last week Hlioul is rapidly tuning place ia one ot tion at W A Hyrd is removing his family the tiiruiiiuat ot K kind in Kentucky from Torrent to this place into the house Way City chronicle recently bought of Kelly Folks as ht ViJ Tnero appears to bo some misunder gone to Roanoke T F Stumper has UnUliiguiKiut entry tees for piuduco at CATALOGUES Va after W A Hull who Is charged MINUTES ur tair and the Association ollicers with forging u cheek oil G T Center PHOtJIUMS outhorize Us to say that all lloral mill PAMPHLET some two years ago lilbiu are absolutely free ENVELOPICS Sr tween Corbeltand Siuco the light LETTEIt HEADS Nig Kiioeh Niekell uuU JoMJph Stein all the Imvh of this place have NOTE HEADS ta u ditheiilty nuir lulier in thw Sullivan HILIHEADS been on their muscle One of our fellow uiity luesday morning and sunt cut STATEMENTS soon ivgln training to will SALE HILLS Well in uie head wild the back ol a townsmen if he can get backing fight Oorbett DODGKItS rn kiiiiv iutlictiug u puiulul though AUIS John F Wagers jailer of Madison M dungeioiih wound luey nud a trial TAGS who was lined f00 for contempt county w lure fee Ac squire Jf C rfaiigo of coort here in July IMU filed a suit C4 Allele slid vy Wileon oueol the oldest yesterday enjoining the collection of the Tm llini tillll RAntniMnM Mia III llllllinrooilil lAll mitili mill nt tin lowest itriccs rideut5 ot tuts county i lying t the capias which imued in said judgment with goou niHteriai Hni ol death at his home on lied river Dr II H Stamper has recently left XS consistent and first class workmanship few mius alnne iJaysbomugli Hi this place and located at Maytown to WA COUHT COMIAKIiMlN AMI Henry is a i Holly Wilson and wile were sum iruuuuv ll nriifession ClIAIIKNtlF COMICTITION t VJS lied to his beuslde two or thrte dayn livn villi ffniiiiiujr imimiiK young man and as well as Mug bright medical 5jjjj f ny kind at any time call n graduate of one of the best The Sunday school institute at the r thrUtiuu church winch opened Monday X aXlit KKfoltTKK with Prof A Htiii in iiriLrf c V1 a 1 rr Honuius atatu undav behixd evan 1 ho justly celebrated Perryian steel liens iptMHiiHiructor Tne uieetinijs bave Ijmt Medicine moves the howeis caeu bo healthy this is uec nro well attenued and much interest order to u ewary BETTMAN BROS X CO of Manufacturers Glothlne fjttltt 4 ftoi OPENS SEPTEMBERf 113 It 115 W tnimkh 1809 CO MANlFAOTUltKlta ill Tueiity neveii Profesnors and Instruators Kijtht Courses of Study ri fidlows Agri Scientific llioloical Civil Iliulneerlnk Mechanical Kuuineerlug Veterlnnrv etiltu ChiKxieal Normal School Countv aimolntees reuelved free of tuition tories 200 per week in private families 360 to 400 For catalogue apply to JA8 K PATTKHION Ph Dt Lexlngtcn Ky PRINTING FEDER SILBERBERG Third F WOUSALK lEvenj OGSCfipii tJClOraD N G lfprS0ntd by M BRINKLEV Business With a Home Institution TIIK CLAY CITY CLAY CITY KY ttreat CINCINNATI O t Do Kentucky Training Mt Starling Schtil Ky m National banH Capital FLOYD DAY k 00Q0 1 IAa kv xj n- FRANK II ItrSSKLL Cashier TTAY HOUSE IIazki Orkrn Ky No Hank In Knstern Kentucky has better Mkh LOU DAY IroprlelrcM vaults nor better facilities for keeping your Tina house has been recently refitted and account Managed entirely hv home people who know you and who ure always ready to rctiirnlihed and the table is at all times up piled with the beat in the market Hates accommodate you 4fMoiiey to loan on reasonable rate reaiouahle Sample room attached and spe- Â¬ cial rates to commercial men JatroHHK la Call on us respectfully solicited atlly President A practical aomtlHit MUMarr lata cauraa NwnaarHMHaii reMa full ImI via ftMbaarHr Maf c w FO WLtR twirtawaat ielflWi eHf U M PYTOW i PIILL CO - w iwTrli m 5rmlituM i M In 4vu Lv Hdy fiVcJffj8 M raJ fcXffiS WITH Is riiuuliiK enuNtautly and doing the best ol work at the lowest prices Hiirclal arrmiiiuoiUt inn Wr cuitoniers WHOLICSALK DRY flOODS - lUnce NOTIONS llOOTrV SHOES Ac fr without detriment to our home trade feflly CATLI rT81IUKO KY EL II MAUPIN D H CARPENTER Ho Bids Offered for Bad Rolls We do not make them and have no demand for them in our trade THE MAYTOWrl MILL GO STA M IMCinUhfcaUI It K CAMPTON KY JelTtf W W MANKEUMU Will practlee In the rnHrta f A M MTAMfKR of Wolleand the adJoinlHa W wmuvikk eiiHHtiea All bHlurMeHtrHtHJ will reeejve prwwpt RtUHtlwH tare4re Hazel Green Herald SPENCKK COOPEK Publlrtier i i OUR ONLY DAY Wero thla our only day DM not our yesterdays and morrows give To hope ami memory their Interplay How should wo bear to ltvef UAZ1 GREEK FRIEZE AND i DADO KY riui what wo wero and what wo ore to bo Make up our life the far days each n star Tlio noar days nobulm Not merely what wo are Those nbominablo patchwork ceilings and borders which the paper hanger nowadays runs around a room full of curlcygew and gingerbread decorations trunk have like tho bonnet box of disgusted many folk with the idea of ever treating their walls with frieze or dado Tho papor hanger has it within bis power to inllucnco to the highest degree the beauty and dignity of an apartment but we very much fear that his illogical greed for tho dollar has seriously interfered with his progress Hack in tho times of Pompeii and Her culaneum the friuzo and dndo forms of mural decoration wero clearly the rule rather than the whim tho dado was in the darkest hues tho frieze in tho lightest Tho center was usually plain or if ornamented the ornamentatiSn was of a natural and unobtrusive char- Â¬ acter and the ceilings the palest of all And in all particulars the walls and ceilings frlczo and dado carried out the spirit of tho architecture or wood work as far as it was practicable to do so How th lnper llnnjccr Cn llcimtlfr and IlHiry Home Its keen pursuits and At once would love forgot coy dcluys of bliss And Its dullclout punts of fund regret Wero thoro no day but this And who to win n friend Would to tho secret of his heart Invito A fellowship that should begin and end Hetweon u night und night Who too would pause to prato Of Insult or renumber slight or scorn Who would thin night lie down to sleep with hate Were there to bo no tnoru Who would tnltc heed to wrong To miserys complaint or pitys call Tho long wall of the weak against tho strong It this one day were all And whnt wore wealth with shame The vanity of uftlce pride of caite Tho w Iny sparkle of the bubble fame if this day wore the last Ay what wero ull daws worth Wero there no looking backward or before If every human life that drops to earth Wero lost for evormoror Hut each day la a link Of days that pass and never van away For memorr and hope to live to think Kach in our only Xy Coatcs Kinney lu Harper Magazine the former is always a practical saving to a room if it comes to the height of a chair back It will protect the walls from thq smear of the childrens hands and while a decorator may thought Â¬ lessly regard this as a subject beneath his consideration we would emphasize that this practical view of the subject is one of the most vital points to bear in It is a diillcult matter to make a rule in tho use of tho dado and friuze but pfllfN 1 IV T vfyCZXJ nKwb - EW 1 fJtD no Ml mimbat all times - - T0 Thoiltnlng rdorn or hall that is pan ele Is JLhe tnodol dining room all of the old German drinking halls that are handed down to US in literature and painting are surrounded entirely with JfTpK jmxArm V g f I I- - TOMPÂ¬ i this practical protection And so possibly with these panel forms of designing in mind the paper hanger is imbued with this spirit of patchwork but his labors are under Â¬ taken with no cloai idea of motive Wo have Been panels whore marbluized papers wero used with good elTect and the introduction of anaglypta is always safe in certain forms and for certain pur- Â¬ poses Hut nothing is more out of place than aconglomerateconfusion of patchy flowerw and borders pasted into shapes with a view to be artistic The main thing In the ornamentation of n room is to express the purpose of a room liright colors for the youthful and dark and subdued colors for tho elderly or Mudious Consider the use of a room if a play room or smoking room light and dainty shades would be out of place and the darker similes would be more appropriate and durable In tho papering of every wall several I considerations must bo resected invariably said a practical decorator the other day use a dado where there are children was brought to this way of thinking by tho despairing cry of one of my customers who was selecting for ahousa papers nnd colors that would not show finger marks For I bave four delightful children said who will Insist on putting their she hands qn the wall paper If ever a woman was made happy she was with the suggestion 1 made that she should use some papers like anaglypta or pan tasotc which Is a clever imitation of leather and run it as a dado along her balls and stairways where marks are most prevalent and above it exer Â¬ cise her fancy free Thus when a dado becomes defaced it is an easy matter to replace it bv another Thats one of its advantages upholsterer psuattdn JSf KorRfftrulnnik The little spot of green down by the Isow York post Vftlce Ik the haven of the weary tramp Hundreds of pro Â¬ fessional beat the lay Idio the unfortunate sit there day ffood-fpr-nothi- lUrglnall hRAISrj by day man comes along taps him on tho chin with stick and orders hliu to wako up If he does not waken like light-Â¬ ning the copper says very distinctly that tho- tramp khall move on Ho usually mores loo for tho rulos are very strletlywi forced A pathetic phaso of the subject is seen as rooh as night sots in thai Is the later hours after tho noise and bustle of tho day is ended and silence reigns about tho haunts of trade There Is a little fountain in the middle of the place The tramps who Hit in the little park at night always take seats as near as possible to the fountain It is a pathetic sight these old battered specimens around the fountain The far off tcats are deserted but those about tho fouutaln ure filled to overflowing There Is something in the splash of the fountain that fasci nates the wandering and the homeless it inns tnem may ye to lorgotfulness Â¬ If one of them nods a police- Â¬ --N YIleraki A f Not In Iovo with tlm latllino Mis Willis Io you play foqt lull lr Orewsom Mr Grcwsom Princeton 0D1-twled tnie game but I didnt like it vory much -I Mlss Willis What position did you play Mr GrowhomTho Iraya didnt liko mm for Rome vreuhon or other nud they fumt we for the balL Juuo dont you know KINS an old fashioned 2fov England dea con had been many years married before a child was bora to him and when at last there came a fine healthy boy baby the good man reverently named him Tobias which as my young readers doubtless know signifies in Hebrew the goodness of the Lord Two years afterward the little family was further increased by the advent of a daughter to whom the happy parents in Hebrew gave tho name Anna No more children were gracious added to tho deacons household and he and his wife piously resolved to bring up the two they were already blessed with in the fear and admonition of the Lord which in tho deacons inllex iblo creed meant constant work and htudy and a total abstention from iij pomps and vanities of the world The mother however was wiser in her geuuration ami tho lives of the little ones wore not by any means devoid of innocent pleasures Ono springtime when tho brother and sister were ten and eight years of age respectively to Toby was given a small piece of rich gardon ground to work and crop for his own benefit while Anna was made happy by the glftofnn qrphnned ewe lamb which sho was to raise by hand nnd its wool us well us that of its progeny for threo years was to belong exclusively to her Toby with a snrewd eye to the pos- Â¬ sibilities of Salem market planted his six square rods of black hoil with the best varieties of water and musk mel- Â¬ on seed lie very faithfully cultivated the patch and zealously guarded tho fefowlfffc vines frofn tho raVhjreR of cninca Dugs arm cutworms so mai oy the first of July they completely cov- Â¬ ered the ground und gave promise of an abundant crop of fruit Meantime Annas petflamb Jessie grew apace and throve wonderfully uuder her fostering care backed up by an unlimited supply of new milk Tho two pretty innocent creatures wero al- Â¬ most inseparable during waking hours Even at meal times Jessie would not be banished but invariably took her place by Annas chair nibbling crusts from her hand nud decorously drink- Â¬ ing from her saucer Then like wild things they would roam together over the fields and woodlands call upon tho neighbors and disport themselves gen erally with all tho abandon of frolic Homo youth Anna and Tobj- - held many grave arguments nn to which of them was likely to profit most by their respective properties she stoutly contending that in the three years sho could make a fortune from tho sale of wool und he as strenuously insisting that within the same time his melon patch would bring liim jabu1ousweuUni Hut whatÂ¬ ever tnelr success ntight bot it was lirmly settled between tho children that they wero to do wonderful things for tho good of mankind generally with their money and especially for their parents little imagining that even as they wont along thoy vere reaping In the way of happy healthful oeeuputlon the richest reward thoy would over have Aided by his fathers advice Toby Bpared no pajristto force his crop to early maturity so as to mako sales while pi ices were high and ono even Â¬ ing In the middle of August he gleefully Â¬ announced that next day he should take to the city half a dozen cantaloupes and as many red coro watermelons nowrlpo enough ho said to solL Father mother Anna just come out to soo them ho concluded and the whole family including of course the pet lamb adjourned to the garden Thcro they feasted their eyes upon the deeply ribbed yellow musk and shiny green watermelons which still reposing among the luxuriant vines with hundreds of less uinture speci Â¬ mens did indeed look rendy for market Well mj son said the deacon you can tnko tho old horse and spring wag Â¬ on and go to town all alone to morrow We shall see wont kind of a trnder you will make Tho eager boyitctirod early to bed so as to make nidTrningcome quickly and thu Hist beams of the rising sun had hardly kissed the dew laden vines when ho was on the spot ready to pluck the first fruits of his harvest Then oh horror he stared in amaze Â¬ ment rubbed his doubting eyes and looked again and again until the sad truth forced itscif upon his brain The tender foliage was not in any way dis turbed or injured but every fully ripo melon was gone Sobbing now with grief and disappointment poor Toby ran back to tho house and reported his loss An enem3 hath done this thing observed the angry deacon and at fam ily worship that morning he earnestly prayed that all evil doers might be brought to confusion After breakfast Anna and her lamb wandered oil ns usual while Toby and his father went out to the despoiled melon patch with a view of tracing the thief if possible For some time their search was in vain but by and b they discovered just on the soft edge of an onion bed the imprint of a naked foot No tracks however were to be found on tho hardened walks and for awhile the amateur detectives were at fault At last upon extending their beat they came to a field planted with pota toes und here between the rows prints of the same foot were numerous and all appeared to lead oft toward the pine woods within the depths of which dwelt at all times old Uncle Jake and Aunt Lizn an impover Â¬ ished colored couple who lived people hardly knew how Toby said Deacon Tompkins imI suspect those shiftless pressively niggers are the thieves Well go over to their cabin and if thcyro guilty Ill jail them sure So olY through the solemn pines went father and sou thu one intent upon summary vengeance and the other secretly hoping in his young compaa- siouato heart that the robbers might not be found The half murmuring hush of the grand old woods did not whisper of mercy to the do He strode sternly on feeling a grim satisfaction in tho belief that he hud been chosen as the instrument of divine justice The negro hut lay fully two Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t v - r noNt car pxcir miles within tho recesses of tho forest but was reached in due time Going quietly up to tho door the deacon entered without knocking aud found his suspicions more than justified for sit- Â¬ ting up on a miserable corn shuck bed was tho wasted fover stricken form of Lnelo Jake and across his knees rested one half of a large watermelon tho inside of which he was eagerly de- Â¬ vouring by the aid of a big horn spoon So youre caught at last thundered the irate deacon tho way of tho trans- Â¬ gressor is hard Where is your wife Tho poor old creature mado no denial but broke into pitiful tears said lu Lawd a massy dcekin Doan alnt I suirerin nutT arendy bo hard on ole Jake Nobodynint bin near us for rnon two weeks an wo was dun starved Wo reckoned that you wouldnt never miss a few tnlyuns an I hankered nrtor em so bad that Liza went out las night an fotuhed em Shos gone oroit to Mister Smitls now to trade one of em off for con meal an I hope youll not have her took up Wo aint noways fit for work un the white Lizas bin folks has all forgot us aick too sos she couldnt git out till yistorday Not a word did the unforgiving dea- Â¬ J con answer to tho old mans confession but abruptly saying to his son Cojno on Toby Well go across by Smiths creek und maybe catch up the old woman Then Ill get out a warrant for them both hastily went out Thu boy with brimming oyos slow- Â¬ ly followed his father to the door then unnoticed slipped back to the bud pressed into Juices hand his whole worldly wealth a bright quarter Ills mothers birthday gift and Koftby whUpoiing Duut cry utiule 1 guos Â¬ father wont hurt you ran off with a lightened heart Smiths creek was In those days a quite considerable stream and ovon when only at summer height con Â¬ tained many deep poola and dangerous rapids Alongthe way as ho walked rapidly toward itthomoodv deacon quoted pas Â¬ sages of Scripture ull tending to prove how necessary it is that the righteous man shall be a terror to ovll doers and whan Toby tremblingly ventured to say lllessed are the merciful for thoy shall obtain mercy his father gravel commanded him to be silent Thus each indulging lu his owl thoughts they went on until within a hundred yards of tho creek when sharply out upon the sultry air there rang the piercing shriek of a child al Â¬ most instantly followed by answering shout from some one oise Oh fnther erled Toby that hounded liko Annas voice and the two ran witli ull speed toward the stream On coming to tho edge of the high bank whence they could look down up- Â¬ on the water they saw a strange sight Anna was kneeling upon n long slen der tree stem which spanned a swift chut known as The Hlack Kapids screaming and wringing her hands in wild torror while in the rushing tor- Â¬ rent some yards below Jessie the pet lamb was apparently drowning This however was but a part of thu thrilling spectacle Just entering and already up to her waist in the fierco current was the aged negress Aunt Liza who as she pushed bravely on called out to the friglitenod child loan be skart a honor Ill sabo the precious liini promise she could never have fulfilled for even as father and son rushed down the bank she herself was swept off her feet and hurled like a straw along the raging fiood Twice before the deacon could reach her the poor chivalrous soul was hid Â¬ den beneath the surface and when finally with great difficulty brought to shore was almost insensible Meantime Jessie still piteously bleatÂ¬ ing had floated to a quiet pool below and was easily rescued Not until then did Anna now radiant with joy rise to her feet run lightly along the log and spring into her fathers dripping arms For perhaps the first time in his life the good deacon forgot his habitual reserve and clasped the child to his bosom as closely as a mere worldling might have done Then Anna explained how Jessie had attempted to follow her over the tree bridge but being frightened by the dizzy height had fallen in how her own alarmed cry had been answered by Aunt Liza and how the latter until then unseen had dropped a big melon sho was carrying and plunged into the rescue Indeed the stolen fruit now lay on the ground beside the slowly reviving woman who glanced from it to the den cons inscrutable face with eyes full of apprehension The deeply pondering man uttered a Tho Lord half smothered ejaoulation hath rebuked me and lifting the frail creaturo to her feet simply said Come homo now with us Aunt Liza and get dry clothing and food What Deacon Tompkins thoughts wero as ho walked in advance of tho little party on tho homeward way none may know but their tenor 111113 be guessed from the fact that after tho good Avife had supplied her strange guest with comfortable garments and a hot meal ho went out to the field called his man John aud directed him to harness a quiet horse to the spring wagon la on its bottom a thick mat- Â¬ tress aud pillows and go with hitu through the pine woods When the pair arrived at Uncle Jakes cabin they found the old man sitting in the blazing sunshinu at the door shivering with his dull recurring chill On seeing the wagon draw up the poor frightened fellow cried out Oh Massa Tompkins is you goln to tako tills poro niggali to jail No uo uncle gravely replied the tho Lord hath shown me a deacon better way and with unwonted ten derness tho two men placed the attenu ated form on the soft mattress and taking with them tho few articles worth moving from the shanty drove carefully off In less than ono month from that time the old undo and aunt wero domiciled In thu capacious farmhouse wero restored to health and were able to do many useful chores but the chango in them was no greater than that in the deacon himself for ho had at last learned in ichot kind of rtliyion true happiness is to be found and thenceforth his household was ono over which angels might well lutvo rejoiced Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DANCING UNDER DIFFICULTIES A theatrical man was relating sotno of his experiences the other day and hQ told a Htory of a narrow escape ho had In the west I was nhend of an opern company which wns playing on tho Pacific coast a few years ago said he and one day I struck a town on the Mexican border where I came near remaining perma nently as after events showed There was a Mexican ball being held that evening and in company with the local manager and a party of young follows I dropped in to see tho fun I hail heard a great deal of tho beauty and manners of Mexican women nud was curious to get a peep ut greaser society The dance was In full blast when we arrived and we had not been there long until we decided to take a hand in the fun A pretty little senor ita with great lustrous eyes thatwould make a mnn mad if he looked at them too long attracted my attention and without the formality of an introduc-Â¬ tion I asked her for a dance Sho ac- Â¬ cepted and we whirled through a wait which she suuinod to enjoy as much Mexlrnn Women Am Charmltifc hut Their Jovrr Arr VniilriuNiitlr Trnlout us I She was as light and graceful as she was handsome nnd when I seated her I took occasion to engage an- Â¬ other dance which was followed by another It was a rase of smitten I one side and saying See here do you want to get us all into trouble If you dont you had better take a walk out of this place right away while I asked him to youre in good health explain and he ilid so Do you see that greaser over there Well hes tho lover of that young girl youve been flirting with and hes been watching you with a bad eye Theres going to be trouble here soon if we dont irfit confess but one of my friends interrupted my dream by taking mo to out Nonsense I replied what do I care for the whole gang of yellow skinned dogs Ive got this dance en Â¬ gaged with my httb charmer and Im going to have it As the music struck up the senorita and I started out but we had only danced a few measures when the circus began Hang went a revolver shot and a volley followed The lights went out my partner screamed and left me and matters got very interesting in a very short space of time At the first shot I dropped to tho floor and as the crowd was in the mid- Â¬ dle of the room I had little trouble in groping my way to the wall and flndinir the door When I got on the outside I found my friends who had mado thHr escape when they saw what was coming und they were greatly surprised to see me with a whole skin These greasers have their way of doing tilings re- Â¬ marked the local manager and I agreed with him Pittsburgh Post GOT DRUNK ON A HOT DAY That Why Tie Wanted Hi Conductor to 1ltrh Hint Into thr ItlTnr There was a tipsy man on a Twenty third stroot car one very hot day re-Â¬ cently He entered tho ear with his hat in his hand nnd he sat down with the rivulets of water pouring down his face he looked across at a man with a I gripsack and asked Did you ever make a fool of yourself by getting tight on a hot day No sir was the decisive reply lool man Look at my condition Jot tight anil lost 1113 handkerchief o While the thermometer stands at degrees in the shade I stand at two hundred Couldnt lend me your handkerchief eh No sir Just so If 3ou wns me and I was Nobody any 3ou Id see 3011 wilt first business to get drunk on a hot daj Dont hok much like a howling swell nine-t3-tw- Not a bit Thanks You are an honest sober man 3011 are and 3011 are no liar I am not a howlln swell Im just a com mon swell and no howl Here conductor come in here What do you want sir demanded that official as ho entered Is this a refrigerator car No sir Good Imy I knew it wasnt but wanted to soo if 3011 would lie about it Jot any ico wator for lxsnefit passen- Â¬ gers No sir Carry any handkerchlofs benefit poor an suffcrln passengers No sir A 113 fans for sale No sir Dont seem to have the convenience of the public at heart Public bo W Thomson blowed Cant I stop and get a fan You must keep quiet sir applieil to a registraIf I dont yonl throw me off eh Mine I Yes sir tion oilleo for a servant They sent her Do you run to tho river a big strapping lass with bold vyos a I do loud voice aud ungainly gestures Mine 1 Will you hnve the kindness to throw declined her services A few days later the same young woman me off when wo get there throw me called again 011 tho lady to renew her into the river in some shady spot ou hero again said Mine Please pick me a cool spot cxil brcexy offer 1 You spot and if twouhlnt in askin too in a tone of surprise know very well that I refused to take much Id like to have you hold m u Yes maam but I have been der water about fifteen minutes till Â¬ you got thoroughly dump Thats all conhero to day from another office sent Lu Petit Parislen lllustre ductor Like to meet n man llkevou Like to be thrown off Like ti see Ho had brought her a chair then a man have my best interest at heart on fan then an ice and after he wont n hot ly Ta ta Illver throv coo after her shawl her friend remarked spot oc you later N Y Herald You sconi to think a groat deal of Mr In all I iiighind thoro are only Slimming I Yos Mas the reply school boards which do not rovide liko him for his fotcbiug ways religious instruction by the teacher ushtugtvu Star Â¬ do I Â¬ en AGRICULTURAL HINTS DRAINAGE What IMPEL Mi FANTASTIC TREES best material flow to Shane lluiit Growth Into AlatMt round or cylindrical for drain pipe k Any Form tile without col- Â¬ as tho iwljr in bent lars or jomu As to the merits of soft The old ndiiKC aud hard or glazed tiles there is but the tree l inclined litis raoro truth in very little difference The latter are The H tliim most of thu old sayinga not so likely to crack and flake where growth of trees and plants especially exposed to if they -- re of striking form or color in- Â¬ water goes the frost as at outlets Tho in through the Joint and nil country residents Various terests of peculiar tree growth ttro not through pores of the tile as some forms clearly shown in tho illustrations suppose Kach tile should bo rejected that does not show a clear red color Some kinds of young trees may be almost any form de- Â¬ und gWo a metallic ring when struck shaped into with a hammer Most authorities have sired This work is best done in the aursory rows where there is plenty of advised them too small The tendency In this country is nbw toward larger material to select from yet on many tiles and that is simply because they is a hedge row in which farms there cherry and other sprouts grow ure needed Kven thu two inch tiles are plum unmolested furnishing good subjects becoming scarce The tiles used should be large enough not only to carry oir for experiment if a few curiosities arc all extra water in a short time aud desired the form shown in Kig 1 the sooner the belter but also to pro- Â¬ To produce vide for cases of emergency Kor sites select two young shoots bendl ng them from as in the engruvlng and tying their than three to six inches and grades less three feet to the hundred a good rule for finding the number of acres any tile will drain is to square tlui dl ametcr and divide by four Kor exam- Â¬ ple for every M0 feet A 8 inch pipe will inch main will MftJtYKK rj 3WAMW draindrain 2J4 acres u 4main will draiu 4 acres a 6 inch Ifflffl O acres a 0 inch main will drain 0 acres Kor steeper grades than three feet to the hundred it may be divided by three Have tho mains large enough to take the water u5 fast as the soil can filter it hud the laterals collect It A depth of four loot may do very well for the deep loamy sojl of the western prairiehut for the compact clayey soil of Ohio a depth of 2S feet is quite sutlleient Where the r l tiles are placed shallow the drains can be closer together The minimum depth should be two feet Hut it must tops together so that tlie stems are par- Â¬ be remembered that the filtration is allel That in Kig i can be produced less aud the consequent loss of manure Kor by bending the stem over a frame or or fertilizing material greater driving stakeN and tying in the horticultural purposes they should bo bj This knee or betieh J5 feet and in loamy soil they may be shape desired shape should be placed within a foot four or five rods apart Hand work of the ground and is adapted for an with hand tools is decidedly best The apple tree plumed near the house so first im piemen Ho use is a two horfte that the horizontal portion may serve plow Kirst cut deep with the plow in select the fall then the light snows will pre as an outdoor seat Kor Kig two lastsensonssproutsgrowing about vent freezing Thus the workman may two feetapart tie them in a knot as in- keep busy nearly all winter and tho dicated bend the tops upward tying ditch may be worked while the surface them together so that they will assume of tins ground is frozen If ditching is nu upright position and after one su done in the winter the work should be sons growth these and the other forms commenced at the outlet aud continued will retain their position without tying back upward The smne process should To produce the form in Kig the be observed at any time when the sprouts should grow within eight inches ground is saturated with water aud it of each other and are simply twisted is ready toruu olF through the ditch Hut incommcncing at the lower end to place the tile great caution should bo observed in keeping mud or dirt from CMM passing into the drain aud each even Â¬ ing it should bo well stopped at its upper end u ith a bunch off grass or hay Krym lecture by W I Chamber lain befrtre a meeting at tlic Ohio State University lrtr ChnmberUin CenolifM Mt Mod ef Diguing The tag mortcr crack petite A troobioH skin 11mm high caused mo to scratch for buildings and will grow out awl make wontha and has been VflBHi quite largo trees One of theso Is In tho curod by a few daya use slty of Utica N Y whero on the top M H Wolit Uppr Marlboro Md ot a city church tower is a mountain ish which about fifteen or sixteen years ago probably sprouted It still Tontinucsto grow and has now reached a height of about seven feet The roots push their way into tho cracks and crevices of the mason work During the last two or three jears it has blos- Â¬ I wss curt d orersl jresrs ao ef white swell aad Imts tad ae somed and borne clusters of scarlet ber famykgbruilng ffJ-TiW-symptoms of re KkKB tura ta ries Medians Monthly rsso Msny proulncat phykUns atuadsd bm A Tree n a ewrr Seeds of trees taken by bWdfr or by winds freqweatly lodged In sosie decay RATGHEDTEN MONTHS topf tn ofKH ttjmsL1 TualUfttlitBiia SMT1 t5i swiftBpecifio tMtmWMtHMimmtrmWMItil Mhirtt ttiM knHSAtra Ufci JklHMMJ Â¬ lf J Low Rate Harvest Kxcarsleas 4 tfwrca WfaW mL crnT Â¬ The announcement thatthoNorih Western Line comprising over 8000 miles of thor- Â¬ oughly equipped rsllwnyhiis arranged toruu two low rnto Harvest Excilnlons during the Treatise on Illcod and Skin DU months of Aimustatid September will bo sascs mailed free gladly received by thoso who are intercntcd SwiKTSrtciPicCa In tho development of tho great West sad Atlanta Ga Northwest an well as by thoso who dcslro to visit this wonderfully productive- region at a season of tho rear when exact demon- Â¬ stration can bo niado of tho mcrlls and ad Â¬ vantages It ofTern to homoscckcrs aud thoo in search of safontid profit iblolnvcsUmmts Thcuo excursions will leavo Chicago on August SUth and ttcpL tTth and tickets can bo purchased at tho very low Vote of ono fnro for tho round trip to poinlB In Iowa Minnesota North mid South Dakota Ne- Â¬ braska Wyoming Colorado Utah Jilnho and Montana Thoy will bo strictly first class In every particular and will bo good for return passage at any tliuo within twen Boscltccs Gcrninu Syrup is mora ty dnjs fiom dato of purchase Full Infor Â¬ mation concerning rates nnd arrangements successful in the treatment of Con- Â¬ for theso excursions can he obtained upon sumption than any other remedy oiiplicatlnn to anv coupon ticket agent or to prescribed It has been tried under North W A Thrall 1 1 T A Chicago every variety of climate In the Western Uailwuy Chicago snd all failed but B 8 S did the work Vxvu W Kinm ATRicK Johntoa City Teaa t bo Ton SING PLAY aaa w14 yM lik a iuu cwtrse si ias Wt vfiCAl tralaiac absolutely free ef expesM w do you ths iaae wgau German Syrup h4 or viol need a compute course of lastruc tioa at Ue lead- Â¬ ing Conservatory of the country OR DRAW Â¬ under the best PAINT clay modeling teachers with expenses paid You can find out how to do TDK CURTIS PUBL1SHIHQ COMPANY want to leara or rg mK Wimh Â¬ Â¬ 1 Arrrn thn pickpocket bus succeeded in getting his linud In ho takes tilings easily bltigliuintou Leader Clirup Kxrurlonto Montrriil The ever populnrcfnolnnati Hamil- Â¬ in connection ton fc Dayton 1LR with tho CnnudhmPittifia railway will run a grand excursion to Montreal anil Quebec via Detroit and Ottawa Leaving Cincinnati nnd IndlnnupoHs Thurs Â¬ day yeptxmucr 8ratectrHordluury low rates Thu rate from Cincinnati or In dianapolU to Montreal aud return will bo f lJfo nnd but f 1500 for the round trip to tho picturesque and historic Que bec The tickets sill be good return ing until SoptcinWr 28 making- an in- Â¬ teresting and cheap twenty days out ing The trains will run solid with sleeplnir-cnrs- chair cars and coaches from Cincinnati and Indianapolis to Montreal There will bo no change of cars whatever This is the grandest excursion of the season Kor tickets sleeping car accommodations etc call on or address nuv C 11 it D agent or E 0 McCoiimick G 1 it T Agt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - bleak bitter North in damp New England in the fickle MiddleStates in the hot moist South everywhere It has been in demand by every nationality It has been employed in every stage of Consumption Iti brief it lias been used by millions and its the only true and reliable Consumption Remedy P Â¬ it by sending name and address to Â¬ Philadelphia Pa I Â¬ lITiliitJiiiil y oWE Thli Trail MrX on the bcit Harvest Excursions 27th August 30th and Stpl Â¬ Chicago rnou Peoria and St Louis to the Ottles and Farm DUtrlota throutfhout th and WATERPROOF COAT Southwest will boNorthwest nohl by your local Hound trip tlcknln t lincliinatl0 - U FinsTCmcAOoGiut a widow Is she imtl SociidChlongo Girl Harvard Luin Only temporarily poon In Mis Slumklu SuVoVi rco- A ht iho World J TOWCR UOSTUN MASS ticket ujfont on theso luU t HALF RATES Soethnt tlior rcadovortho liurllnglon Rout from ClilcJiifo IVorlti or Hi Ioul Ills t lu direct lino to tho torrilory In question Beml for pntuphlot with mnp nilrtoomplctelnfonuiv Uou to P 8 EU8TI8 O P A Stakes should be driven at each side and the tops tied together to prevent untwisting That in Kig is quickly made but care must be taken not to make the loop too small In Kig 0 an iron rod or tough round wooden stick three quarters of an inch in diameter is placed upright and the sprouts are twisted about it At the top a strip of board with three holes in it is placed at the point shown in the illustration Other forms of growth can bo obtained but the foregoing are the simplest and are easily produced If tied low the form in Kig will give un excellent rest and is one of the most desirable shapes shown for if one of the trees should die the one re Â¬ maining will still serve its purpose and furnish a good scat S lentor in American Agriculturist together AGRICULTURAL HINTS CniKltv blight is due to fungus growth and the best remedy is an am monlaeal solution of copper sprayed on the plants frequently Do not use the hoc ainoncr the melons except in front of the vine but pull the Weeds out by hand as disturbing the vines after they legin to run may prove injurious lnor CoiFs experiments through elx seasons with seed from ripe- and unripe tomatoes seem to prove that Immature seed reduces the size of tho plant but increases its fruitfulness It has been suggested that an excel Â¬ lent mode of exterminating such weeds dandelions dock and even thistles rom a lawn is to offer n bounty to the younger members of the family for every weed secured Hiiiam Sjium of Rochester N who made much of his money in early life upon a farm once said there never With a dollar made fattening an animal J you make any money it must be on the growth and not on tho fat A Iot of paint kept conveniently for Painting farm implements will save rooro than its cost and the labor in a fclort time Tho gutters and tin work the roofs of houses and barns should not be overlooked iu the use of paint - hmw r f sp 6 Gold ltulilon attractive hut Its lino In thn skin and oiucacio Xri eetmllnls repulsive und indicates tnlluus-im-r- s a malady however osll remediable with Hostellers Stoiuarh Jl tiers Nausea A HEALY sick headache pains through ho rlglilshlo LYON Monro Btrot Cliicaro of aud shoulder blndo are iiiiuifeHtatlou Mill Wall r Ihir lirnljf uliirwl liver complaint dismlwable with tho Hit t IihI llxlfuionl VIM CUli Jrrrii CroitH riowcil Imfcr which iilxo bunishoi malarial rheu- ARKANSAS urim still luii Miil Ite Im II The importance of adding s6mething tori and kidney complaints nervousness lulutlm JcnUnr Ihuin Mil matic AKUt SO Srlf mlifr - Orlolfr ih iUi Wv iunr Ir lUii li i i ln VIA TUT to the soil by applying manure or by and constipation imiuni inifHiiuu it Animi imiuu Ijiririit ml Drum MJor Trli drawing fertilizing substances from tho IUiiI Mmir L4 kul hlUil 1i4 A man hs drinks generally For furthrr jmrtlcultt iilrti air or the subsoil is well known to mixes Jus who mixes the suiuo way Hlng Hpecili in M H O HATCH I WAIINKK farmers as a class but many of them hamtoli Republican K Tlckrl Affval IlliL I Dlt Aont UxHWIlkKV lrnnil T1 neglect to tahe advantage of oppor lrtiticxllf NotorTninotuconnulonr WO AUAJIHIn AbI111 H SlTTOV Miiulim Irngtlirn At tunies afforded during the summer it nil nuiwinumiiiniiir Namivii1 rTem LVIIIHIKUIinU lumviNHit Trn days and V IAIIALJir Jl Tlckl Akmt improving the soil in the and Augusts hoi Coughs Cvariable nights 0n In Jl months for aWirJBHTneitMoVlcksraTltitroilifsClsloIU ds and Soro HT I Ol produce tkuii iuu rriR iwfwinH cheapest and easiest manner by the Throat In Cnuip forms Nothing more di worst plowed under ircsRiug anu uimruib io viwu uhui jh use of green crop nptrnrcor ntvmanb OAirTION When a crop of wheat is removed un Fever Dr Hoxstes Certain Croup Cure wiliuilncKfioriiwIilinut U IIouBlr cul i mlilvtlu iivr relief and speedily remove nnuini III Iln itrlrr Kill fiittl -tin hnltnm is grown on the land also less clover f mllilillnr mill tho dlsejiho- - Ml cenls Kor salo by all Kllrti ail iltttilllt Willi urn uy I uujeci io tironrcuiioii the ground is at a standstill Weeds prominent druggists throughrtut tho Mnte tulliili iu nijurr un- -mr lor ob FOR come up and mature seed the rains and A 1 Uoxsle ltufTalo N Y manufacturer uoriiiunprutcncca r sun bake the soil and a portion of the GENTLEMEN Has Mnntnlius u very deep volco i fertility Ls carried down by the water Vorv Win when that matt sings it A Btnafno notrrd tiooilmt will not rlo i UuoCaUV ranv- - Koamlcw nmontrj liulilo ilnxlbliTnora comforlatiM itrllal below the reach of the plants that may hllrta his eorus Tlri Iilt orer W 1 UP Jl Mid tluratiu than atir viucr autioinini m atim ai mo yuc occupy the lands next season Jill of Ua ualacuitoniinail n uuri ousiiiin aW i m iLlaVT Tim only SIOO Hltoo laiiiln with m eamplrta IMiro nnd AVhnlwnme QunUtjr IWC green ma- which may be avoided by ftnlf aocurvljr roirrU at tba imulda tdcfl n auown In cut Commends to publleituproVHl tho California wiilcliKlTraduuiilnttixwrarof ctirutD wnltalioeiaolilattha nurial crops liquid laxative remedy Syrup of Klgs it ntno prirw for uch cmll y rip liuvinir only ona nolo an weI i KW Olaam aatJPNRHHKf ton h pleaaut to tho taste undbyuetirg gcntlv SOD CUTTER my 1 laCi Lm wornnarrow atrip of leather un tho edge and whoa one USEFUL through aro worltilf ta on the kidneys liver and bowels to cleanse tjam cm J sfat lrnrthoVTjnnUnTAHfJfl8tio t iriiJi a I Work tho system ofTcolnally It promotes tho 1 throush niany tlmra aa fit Although lliiuifMailo It K cKBK xHk vhrn wo iiiioT wincan bo rcpolrwt aa irom mo upper health and comfort of all who iio It and uoTprnpor iuomiii to Irrfrrtlun IMrchMera of footwear drlrlDr to rcono- with miliums ft Js tho best and only remedy mlte houiiloonilupr thoauperlor ijualltle The accompanying cut represents a of thi Mahoiant put bn Influenced by one of the Harto buy cheap well ahoca aoia at 3jU sod euttur devised NoTiuso in It A dudes conversation bavlntf only Sppearatjcfl t comrneni naaaaaa aaaaaaaaaa v aaaan The device is simple Life 3 imjis dening readers Uieia W hillU UN Aifiiia e c ni1 l f1weiliaitapiullcoMl Karwi ftLPl K K ConriiiMgrciario Scott writes ewiSJJJpKBsCalfi find Hulls Catarrh Ciiron valuublo remvtU5 F aMra35sSffwM xBfc I snd HMO AAworkiscraenai edy Druggists soil It 7C Xoutha chool Nhooit Udl Il75 JJan1 Kowl gJrf EThISTIS Rob Aro trout easy to catchl Hon ti 2Ae IM No they iuu very fly fish B17niltDoiia o - y I X0TJRIO3NTS i 72 I I C Â¬ and TEXAS -- COTTON BELT ROUTE MX t mmjmjmm r Â¬ n W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE 1 Vl Â¬ iff MfL W 71 in 9L x 1 Â¬ rm lady becomes Glenns Sulphur Soap A fOl CPTTKIl still fairer by unlng Hills Hair and Whisker Dye 50 cents Behring sea iiaiaM TMf5y1 tll ii Stilr l inT Nik - iwuiira w uhu mm of the aarun hlito and made sufllciently plain by the illustration The cutting part consists of an old saw blade the back of which should lo kept sharp SoiLsJoutwUh this tool are of even thickness and width and perfectly square at the sides so that they fit closely and tightly together American Garden Â¬ Will eyr azcIbnIva aaln fe uttne 4tner nnd sftneml uatircUuRtn wbnre I Iiny vrlto forcntitlnijur ir notor a nlo Ih roiir place ita direct fe factory Impaired dlgostlon weak nonirrnia atatffiu lilacl slzo and width m hhicU XatMgo free W L DeHKias Jirokt0iiMaa Dtsitctomueh anl constipation will be Instantly relieved by Hcculinin 1jIU Si cunts a box - Tin blgpost fur pool Philadelphia Ilecord r igaewa Â¬ Tim coffee tramp prefers loal sugar in his OV TUIAL THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED Â¬ Late chicks are subject to tho nt tacks of the little red mites ami also to the dangers of the largo gray lice which remain on the top of the head mostly A few drops of sweet oil will destroy tho largo lice but the coops as well a hen and chicks should be well dusted with Icrsinn insect powder in order to prevent the ravages of the red Vermin on Iate lilrk Tlinfs n good wny to buy rt medicine but its n urctty under which to tell it rorhniw yottvo linrd condition that tho mites Tho value of the tkim milk and whey Â¬ should bo considered when milk Is sup of plied to a creamery As the patrons the creamery can feed the skim inilk Â¬ and whev to pigs it is plain that a portion of tho profit derived from tho whole milk must bo taken from the sufferer from Catarrh no matter To pork which Is to a certain extent a how everythe caso or of how long stand- Â¬ lad creamery by product of the ing the proprietors of Dr Satos Catarrh If wo cant euro It Rcmodv say thisj Hitch your team so that itwill give wrfectly and iiennanntly well pay you S0Q in cah fold by nil druisU a lifting instead of u downward poll-- Value of Skim MUU Tho only remedy 4t tliift tn rrw mnrknhlo in its effects thnt It can Ik s dd on UiU plan is Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis- Â¬ covery As ft lilood rlwuior strength-restornnd ftenh huildcr there uothlnj llko It In every dihuo known to niwilcal sclcnco wIim a tho fnult in In the liver or tho blood ai Dyspcpsln Indigestion IliIlotwjies and tho most suiliborn Bkin Hcslp and Bcrofuloim nffwtJonit It U firriiifrrtf in every cno t j Lcncut or cure or you uavo yuu r uiuuuj mu 1 wj 5KPs4 1 notlceil or- Â¬ r dinary hit or miss medlrino dotwnt at- - tcimit it rst GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN afKr IEWI S mwln SAPOLIO 98 LYE Thr ttrowiwt nml purrtt Lye IOWJiKHKH AMI KKITXLD IATKNTEIJJ a X er a nn with rrinovallo lid tho contents Wilt nro ftlwnB rrftdy for us ixrfuxxMl Hard tniikc tho Soup In a minute trtthout bolt for clcunnlng inn It U the tnilioothf r IylttKlnit powder und lutkid Inn ran CaHauMMll wlkohsv wai ttt wunto liljK n dlNlnffCtlnff hlnkn clotcts wafihtnir Uittlit palu tree rtc PENNASLT MTJiCO lrt luniaor Alb maahoulduaa IUo Cure for Coniutnpllon It bat CHr4 thnuinndi Itaai notlnltir- in one ii ii nai nan to iaac It n in beucoiif it arrup Hjii oTtrrwer me m Slid peopln -- iki TUli GANGER M JAJU h fArlr u AXI linn Aaln ru knlfat Hio N aiaa 1 At LA tfM to Vntf OniTioir A Xoami Ir Kim ML LlAclCtiallO IU i4fc TUMOHS CtrKKIii A N K IJ Umi WHKN WMITINUXO AHVrKTMCKS HHTi Uttat yt m 1400r fllASK Jt4tMKnta4 t iWs i Every mun who U not nrlonfer it ono may IM iWmtUx KfoUturcrtd give uitike no dim rencc whatlabTrlngbe lib man tirade or prufcmlnn In n uiSwl knfpr ctmnty nmhr Labor Is not confined Jvtfwltl Ifgrat to nM WI county tmvH an oxeliHiiire rUMrjweiLby a rklllfiTOKJncfr llic to the farm the nhop or the mill The Aliin doctor the jneryiiant inc leuciiur mc vjwme for tnncHiHtnire kkvo them grledfiwlh bridges and cuU lawyer thetedltoV all arelalMirliignien vcrSw1t to be kept up by h nmd tax on bnVof liflcroiit callfngn It can not well eKcliwMle overtwentjMino ytHra of age boaatd that onckindof work la much harder than another Every one in ca joTttlicTTmd tax tl wTimieir peri day or pacitated for hi peculiar calling The y the Humpyaiid gettax recijiptH by truth U that In Kentucky nearly every 4 Labor i man Is a laorcr of tome kind the tfrnc tlieSrwrllf collects other taxe honorable but it in not honorable that jor to bo collected by the Sherifi Now dont all kick at once for the one claw should try to break down or present ayntem of county maun Ih a IU- - fltipprcftH those of a diflerent character All the trudeH pnifeiwlona and occupa grace to the fitate of Kentucky I travel sixty two mlleaeach weclfover1 tions Hhould go hand in hand and thus J dirt roads and Home of those have not aid in building up the country The Thcro is one real live enterprising man ha no time been worked for years Clay City county road in Bath that I pass orriith for finding fault with other er pull around through the woods that Chronicle Joday Is Impassable for hnnebrick tnivol CliniubnrliiliiM Ky ami Skin Oltitmniit During the wet spring months I iavi to ACkktain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes o go around it or travel uoveuty tfix miles Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old out of the way in one year in the worst OhronicSorps FcverSores Hczetna Itch kind of weather all on account of the Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles dreadful muddy roads There are gul It is cooling and soothing Hundn ls of lies and ruts In ihein today if you get cases have been cured by it after all other in thorn that let the axles of a wagon treatment had failed It is put up in 2i dragon the ground The Circuit court and 50 cent boxes For side by Hose and Grand iurv were in session last week octJyl Jones X and no attention was given to tho condi- Our Vliw KxprPHiUil Uy Another tion of county roads It is particularly At tho head of this column can be on us Government employes who found that part of the Democratic ticket tiro subject to fino and deduction of pay which the Chronicle has authority to if we fail to maku schedule time and Darring the announce to the public 1 connect mail over snake trails allied National ticket the names following are county roads Moores Ferry cor Ow the only ones we have been paid the ingsvillu Outlook usual fee to place befoie the people fur their consideration on November Stl Kruil Thin Hlowly Livpi thcro a man villi kouI ki dead next This is a Democratic paper hue Wlin never to liiuiNulf liutli Muhl its editors are not Democrats in the sense Ill take fil Patrick Pills beforo I go to that will permit them to advocate the bud candidacy of men for offices of profit When a mild cathartic is desired one and honor without some consideration ihat will cleanse the whole system and Newspaper men aint live on the love f regulate the liver and bowch you can politics any more than Christians can not do better than take St Patricks Tills upon tho love of religion Neither are just beforo going to bed They do not we silly enough to cive publicity to any nauseate nor gripe and leave the system mans candidacy without being requested In splendid condition For sale by Hose J to do so Clay City Chronicle x Jones A carpenter by the name of M S Pow- Â¬ Inc Kcatuua 1i iuum of Mivulniul ers fell from the roof of a house in East Joieph Kenton of Greenup county is Des Mones Iowa and sustained a pain becoming famous for his remarkable ful and serious sprain of the wrist which dreams Eight years ago just beforo the he cured with one bottle of Chamberlains Presidential election he dreamed of Pain Halm He says it is worth T a crossing a high and very narrow bridge bottle It cost him 00 cents For sale He says ho had a rough journey but by Hose Jones reached tho end Just as he did so he Aot As You 1rnjr lost one of his shoes He interprets it 4 Men who get drunk can not hojd their by saying tho bridgo represented the journoy Cleveland had to the White places in the commercial or mechanical Even the railroads discharge House and tho lost shoo the death of world employes for that ofleuso Will Hendricks Four years later ho had a their similar dream in which ho found him the people elect to office and thus make self passing through a deep forest whence them their servants men who are ad Are the he never em creed This ho intornrotod dicted to this terrible vice as presaging tho defeat of Cleveland Roler mcn of lhls country willing to pas by a sober man and vote for a drunkard which occurred later Ono night last week while in dream- Â¬ Let none but sober men be elected to land ho was crossing another bridge oflice The people owe to themselves much higher than the first and so narrow to their children to their country and ttiRt ho was afraid to walk but sat to their God to make thisdiscrimiuatinu astride and conned it along Near No Kliticnl party bus any right to ask tho middle of tho bridgo he discovered n ita adherents to support tho candidacy hatchet which ho carried with him Ho of a drunkard and where it does so it bad not traveled much further until ho should be taught better by tho defeat of found a uso for it in removing nails he ita representatives Jackson Hustler found partly driven in tho woodwork Ohio Hreolern Afportntliiii after which ho proceeded in safety to tho above V H Fasig President of th end when ho found a beautiful green association at Cleveland writes I have field filled with sweet flowers and heard known Quinns Ointment for years and bands of music playing and tuneful homo of its cures have been little short voices singing loud hosannas Mr Ken- uf miraculous For all enlargements ton sayH ho can not yet see what the that are just coming on or of recent orihatchet and nails represent but ho iR gin it is infallible Sold by Rose A fully assured thnt Cleveland will have a Junes snfe journey to tho Wliito Houho and WnntMl A Ftvr Hrnlthy HiiiikIiik- some good things will grow out of his ill I Ml lilt In nW YriHitvPntm PSftAkiHf L Jowl lonely rtlakcs kwt a - jt r i Trrr-T- W - r Lnimflnu p Am Alt i Men- - m- - m PRINTING Igii t Hazel Green Fairflssoc iation THIItli ANNUAL KXHIHITION m- - roi Â¬ il v29 m 4S Every Descri ption Hlur AH i Tuesday Sept 27th Wednesday Sept 28th Thursday Sept 29th Friday Sept 30th -- CATALOGUES MINTTKS PAMPIILFTS PHOOimiN LETTER--- I I 1200 in Premiums Children over 10 and under lo years Over lo years ENVELOPES Â¬ KADS NOTE HEADS HILL HEADS STATEMENTS SALE HILLS DODGERS CARDS ADMISSION J m V TAGS Executed with neatness and dis- patch and at the lowest prices consistent with good material and tirst class workmanship Wm CoUItT COMlMlilSON AND ClIAIIKSUK COMPKTITIOS f nny kind 25 Cents 3o Cunts Catalogues givinp premiuins in full will soon lie roiulv for distribution and may be had by addressing the Secretaiv D S GODSEY President W T SANGO Socretnifv Â¬ 1 96 IjSiIISB Q -- jrt at nny tunc cull y iy SPENCER COOPER e060 xinei vtreeu Wholesale Boots and Shoes LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY JIazhl Gkkkn Ky GREEN HUFFAKER CO Solentifio American Agency fer May 10 1892 To tho Trade of Enstorn Kentucky Contiguous to Hazel Green OAVCAT8 DK8ION PATKNTS COPYRIGHTS etc For Information and freo Handbook wrlto to We have this day completed arrangements with tho above named firm and will handle their goods in large quaii tities We especially invite an inspection by the merchants as we are prepared to duplicate any and all prices quoted in MUNN A COn iWl IIHOADWAT NKW YoitK Oldoat bureau for rur1na paUinU In Atnciic brought before Breiy patent taken out br tbo pubtlo b ft notice given freo of charge In the Larceit circulation of anr scientific paper In the No tntnlllirnnt ppionaiaiT uiuiiraiea woria man ahould be without it Weeklr J0CO m Tear 9VO elz months Address MUNN UUSUXKS XI Uroadirar Now York w Louisville Cincinnati or Knoxville Merchants can buy these goods almost at their doors and save large freight bills We are prepared at any and all times to furnish these goods in anv and every qualitv size and price All we ask is a Respectfully trial c J T DAY CO Represented by ED GllEKX Hazel Green Ky Â¬ 1 A I10 Pg vjMm wtViToH W XIL Â¬ thpUon w KkNTON Co Kt Oct 9 TW In our orphan aayluin hero Uiuro Is a 15 year old child that had boon HutTeriug for yoarrf from nurrousuoAit to such bji extont ttiat she oHtlinjs in tho night cot up and with fear de- Happr Orpbaa -- Â¬ Â¬ picted ou every feature ntid in a dellrlouH con dition would eook protoction auiouu the older pvoplo from an imaginary pursuer and could only witb great dliueully bo aguln put to bed Last year ltov K Ko nUj hlle ou a vinit hero happened to obsenre tuu child and advised the use of Pastor Kowiltjs Nerve Tonlcid kindly f urnlshod us several bottles of it The first bol Uo showed a marked liuprovemont and after usUic the uoond liotlle and up to the present tiiuo the child la a happy and contented bciiiK All thoM tufferlBg from nervousness sltould svek refnge Jn Taxtor Koenlgs Nerve Tonic UKV U niLLktBllAND tit Johns Asyluso Paint MADE It is not a IS THE BEST smBsmmw THEBESTiSTHEUEflPST Patent Taint but the best Paint that can be uindc by an experiended Practical Painter with the assistance of It is guarnih the latest improved and powerful machinery Will cover one half more space teed to give satisfaction than lead and oil mixed by hand Sent freight paid for 1S0 per gallon 5One reliable dealer wanted in each town Send for color cards etc to FREE A Valuable Hook Nervosa saa sent free to tar address and poor psUents can also obtain ZHi This remedy baa been prepared by the Reverend rasior Koenut of Port Wayne Ind since UT and Is now prepared under bis direcUou by the uiu ibciicis9 tree 01 cuancc KOENIQ MKDOO Chicago III 8oIdbyDr rlttlperDotU SfeffSG Lion tanrelwl7S 6 Bottles fer 9 Paint and Color Works LEXINGTON tOrSFKNCEIt COOPEU Agent Ilnzel Srwn Ky ta KY J H PIERATT and Sale Stable mid Sinuli iR H HUYAN WITH Livery Feed HAZEL GREEN KY Suildli Hornes lor liirt1 Im tie oonvi oil to nny point on rciiMin able temiH Kfrl will also attiiitl to nil ciills for anc tioiicfrinj ami Millirlt Iiiihss of lliis kind Kesiifitfiillv Af JOHN 11 IMKItATr IUks mill PEARSONS CLARK WHOLESALE 12 14 Â¬ Â¬ nmcatmmnrvbv PLEASflltf administration 1 111 IUIH IIIIP Hlb L y trouble to prevent murderer Hrookslure i THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND NEW AND MY COMPLEXION 13 BETTER Mr Van Pelt editor of tho Craig Moj being hanged by a mob to the end that My doctor says It acts trrntlr on the stomarh IItit Is And the and klliitjismidiin plriit laxative Tlil drink as Meteor wont to a drug store at Hillside he may be hanged by the law mado f i oiii iirrbs and is prrparud orueaseily called tea Iti4 Iowa and asked tho physician in attend law will put itself to more trouble and IllH llCIIIL llHIILOtl llV U itrovitllt ance to give him a dose of something for itvnniiHi All druRKlstsscllltatWcand fUWarackajro If Perhaps if there were a few Toil CfintinlitHiend your address for free sample auvbodv cholera morbus and looseners of tho bowels Ho says I felt so much bet good healthy hauirinizs on ono side or iirmonrtoUaVhT7inrymAddra ter the noxt morning that I concluded uic outer tuu occutiuiM km imniu nuuni Newport Journal to call on tho physician and get him to diminish fix me up a supply of the medicine I A OunriiutMl lttiucily was surprised when ho handed me a hot Megrimine the only permanent cure tlo of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and for all forms of headache and neuralgia Dlnrrliron Kemedy He says ho prescribes relieves the pain iu from 15 to J0 minit regularly in his practice and finds it utes For sale on positive guarantee at Caveats and Trade Mark obtained and all lat cut buslnoHS ronductinl for Moderate Ftes tho best ho can get or prepare I can TilK HuiiAiil otlice or sent jawtpaid by Our Office Is Oppoilta US Patent Office testify to ita efficiency in my case at all mail ou receipt of ppec 60 cents a box and we can scmre patent In less time than those remote from Washington Hend model drawing or photo with descrip For salo by Rose Jones events tion Wo adrtse If patentable or not freo of A Itnru ColiirhltMirxs charge Our fee not duo till patent is secured A Pamphlet How to Obtain Talents with Country Kdltors Could Improve It This section of the Stato will be well names ofactual clients In yourtitate county or Como to think of it Editor Mulligan represented in the next Congress The town sent free Address Isnt so far wrong in proposing that tho Democrats of tho Seventh district have legislative duties bo transferred to tho Hreckcnridge uf Fayetto of tho Eighth OppaiHe PsUM OHM WathtAflen D C country editors True he ays each one llstrict havo McCreary of Madison of CLAKKNDUN of them has an idea of how it ought to the Tenth district havo Lisle of Clark T1IK Cor Limestone and hort sts bo done dillcront from tho idea of all the Kach of these three counties touches Lkxinmitok Ky rest of em but as the legislature has loth the other two and three Congress W H HOSWKLL Pitowuirrow no idea at all as to how it ought to Ik men from adjoining counties is a coinci Thttro has bien mbled an Annex with JO inrge well ventilated ronniK Street Cant U change would bo decidedly an deuce rarely aeon tho Winchester Demo ptus the door every live niiiiutvs Located Improvement Newport Journal crat within two squares of depot Â¬ tlm1i iiiniinivi iu siviiii WmMf LANES MEDIGINE As WICST MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY LOUIS STIX WHOM SAM IHiAIKItS IN CO TABLERSPH t CURE Dry Goods riilnl Jtace anil 1iiion St CINCINNATI O Wo rnrry tin1 kooiIs llnit lll suit ynu tnuU- anil our prices un- T IOWKST Spfiiul attention to mail oritur 1 1 -- Â¬ VMM CASNOWCO notions c OINTMENT CURES HOTHIHG BUT PILES A SURE - trMrijllHIUItllSOXTtYlilUiKI Known for IS years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES Ml II and CERTAIN DINUFKLDKIt WITH IMIILLHV 1UI Â¬ wrii j No m robinson Importers ami Jobber of cojW KERR 5 CO imiiiiMiv IV DRY GOODS 537 AND NOTIONS r31 mid 041 r Wct Main Street LOUISVILLE KY Job printing ehenn at tliU otlice Agricultural Implements Hardware OLIVKH CIIILLKD riWrMAlTA PLOWS COOKS MILLi MJLt OHATORS CHAMPION KIVVlvf1 AND MOWKHSTODDAHO ACM K HA H1UWS Ac DOOllS AND SASII A SIKCIALTJ J 110 and 112 SrcosnSinrFT IUONTON O i