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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iVsNCER COdPER Ownornnd Editor O AZEL YKAK tl0-v-444r4- Green Of a Noisy I tlOO A - i World With Now From All Nntlon ltynbTtng nt His Bnok K YEAR Always In Arivuno rBIJlITII llAZKL HIKKN WOLKK COUXTY KY l HI DAY KTOHKU 28 1802 NEWS NOTE9 NUMHMR 32 JACK WILSON a iUlorMlWflUlliULU inmtr M Dr Thntttn Noil Cream tho wholesale formerly oT This OMce Trlv ofthn Tyson Itemed mill Is Ciireri the poisoner was round guilty l ltinlon ttiiiui- - Itnhtt VlUilUliTOWNIvY Oct 1ft 18U2 and will hang j To the President Yicc PrtMdcnt and Hoard I Froinmoyer n despondent Ilonry of Directors of Tysons Sanitarium Wt Cincinnati tailor took sixty grain of limastowu Ky morphine and died OKXTtKMKttt NntwItlintniuMiiK tho OK Stoinburg of Piqua 0 was robbed fooling of humility and utter nhnmn He prefers to lne tho reward and retain 0 and ol0 worth of diamonds In hat come to mo when I sit dnwn nid Wo commend tho song to i of his position and hope Hursts hotel St luuis the Hazel Ireon lice club wtltny review my past life of dissipation ProdS mr Johnson was HUqceroil Uy the as well as a sense of my Inadequacy to mmiii to hear them sing It boa In HuWrn museum Now York and exprctut fully tho experiences 1 under Â¬ Air Honny Haven- O To every teeming oily to town anil village j xv probuhlv tile went when the ehaini of alcoholism wero I lent Donnh F Hanks died at Paris Ills all around me I cannot refrain Jjjom It cwrv Minpnntl mine ami lanu we inriii- - Frldnv aged ninety three Ho was the publicly heralding to tho world tluVt at lug tucM agc went oiHy tutor of Abraham Uucon l o last 1 am free from tho bonds having IN T11K - -- o Weve got our old commander back hell C has a curiosity In the severed the fetters that rendered mo HWhurg S lead in once muln I baby whoso almost a hclploM- wreck and the lusati shape of n ott Ho up and ready for the fniv and quit hand bourn the Imprint of a human faee ablo desire I oneo possessed for alcoholio there like men Near Wapakoneta 0 Albert Wine- - stimulants a thing of the past Through And ipiit you there like men and quit yon mlllor while running a traction engine the earnest solicitation of numerous there like men He up and ready for the I my and quit you had bin right band crushed nil In the cog Â¬ friend who were untiring In their jmt there like men wheels suasions I consented to try your treat Â¬ It is now stated that Hlaiue will not ment as It seemed cowardly as well in lie HtandH lor all thatV dearest for whleh oar futherV fmnjlit make any more pceche in tho earn ungrateful to refuse Accordingly on The peiqdeii right to rule the hind Tor votes paigu lie refuses to nay whether he will Sopt HI I commenced tho treatment that eutit In bought or will not When I entered your Sanitarium I inuit lloitands for lower taxen for gftld and nib Iowa Hlmdo Island MiiHsaehnseltH confess I did ho with some apprehensions ver too Kansas Ohio and New York dedicated though from what standpoint I scarcely roreipial rlnlitmiad laws for all for every their buildingHat the world- fairgrounds know myself for I was and am fully thing thats true acquainted with tho high standing of all For everything tlialn tine fur nvcrv thing Chicago Saturday Six hundred troops will bo sent from the gentlemen who are interested in tho thats true l or equal rights and law lor all for everyDakar to reinforce the French column institution At tho time I commenced thing thats true under Colonel Dotldi which is now oper your treatment as you are all aware is not a Department Overflowing to its utmost eapaeity This I Hvcry penuv -- ale of Miy kind but good honest viduosjiml qualities my whole nervous system wan m Hhatter catch lies for the civil ervlee and not for sham ating against tho Dahomeyans the coning week we will display full at lair prices Durinir pretense Victor A Sclilflersteiu the California ed that I could only with difllculty lines of Mens and Hoys Clothing representing the lead- nee follow my vocation lies for the common people and hes lull athlete who ran 100 yardi in D that of it printer iuif mid best mnuufnctuier t in the Fnited States and of common oene oinls about four yearn ago hin adauduued I suffered allium t nightly from palpita- Â¬ We will forfeit our reputation of thirty Kit rope Hes brave and level headed and Its hN athletics ami it a religious crank We have nev tion of the heart and my Hleop If sleep years -- taiuliim in Lexinulnn uuehnuglug plan XX er failed to keep our promises heretofore Untiavillo Mra Dora Metinlist wan it could bo called wan attended with At Whatever he may think Is right to say It shot and killed by a gun trap Hot liy her union of the most beautiful but oftener like a man That we will sell you the best Mens Suit nt o non Kdwnrd to shoot a chicken thief with the most ludicrous scenes and To say It like a man to say It like a mm we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 10 Is right to say It Shu knew of it presence but had eviden Â¬ sounds possible for the imagination of That Whatever he may think tly forgotten it man to conjecture Tho circus pro- Â¬ like a mini That we will sell mi the best Mens Suit at Xt Hollo Mnrchbank gramme The body of Mi as I had learned to refer to That we will sell vmi the best MtVs Suit at 20 Oar pai ty knows no M eiion North South She these strange tllnga only within myself was found in the harbor at Hoston ur Kiist or West That we will sell you the bestMTens Suit at 25 The bloodv shirt and bayonet we heartily left a unto giving her name and a IdrcxH varied according to tho amount of whisky X She had Won despondent slnco an attack and beer I had consumed before retiring detest DEPARTMEN- TTAILORING MERCHANT f OUR Were dead against the Force bill but of fever over a yeur ago r which win just an likely to bo on koiiio Our Cutters and Workmen are llrst were for the ehureh and school in the United States on the Ilroadway hill ouos door step as at my boarding place 4 Is the fluent In Cincinnati We are doim the largest business we have ever done And everywhere and all tint time we advo the brake on a Newport car lulled to Sleep did not refresh mo elass artist My appotito Come and make your selections early eale home rule work and the car crashed into a Dayton wan irregular and often artificial in fnut We advocate home rule we advocate home car Ihitli were crowded ami hIx people I felt and wan a wreck upon the hordcra rule imnoHorlously of an unknown sen apparently without And everywhere and all the time we advo were Idjured but Colum- oar or rudder Hut thanks to lrovldonco cate home rule At Matt illon O during the bian celebration an exploding cannon and my kind friends I found a life boat We do not wish to regulate our neighbors shattered the walls of a fire engine house when I entered the Tyson Sanitarium hours or drinks and F1XK TAILORS CLOTHIERS Nor do we want to Interfere with what our and the residence of Hobert L Coleman and I can now smoothly nail by tho and lacerated the arm of John Kcn tlcr terrible ahysn Into which nt one time thinks KENTUCKY The Constitution and the laws decide our girl I teemed doomed to fall Ohly those Katie Harbin a fourteen-year-olIteon rescued from tho perils of every doubt is conducting n phenomenal revival at who have ga And were always good and ready to turn dissipated life can enter fully Into my Cemcntvillo Ind The young lady is a 9iim the rascals out and claims to have been feelings of joy and gratitude for I bad To turn the rascals out to lorn the rascals from Iouisvillf by Mra Wood worth almost given up to despondency with no cured of blindne out hopta but the present moment in which And were always good and ready to turn the evangelist I lived or solace except in tho wine cup the iiim iiIi out OeorgoTurnpy At Mount Sterling I took your Tyson cure faithfully every Then raise for irover Cleveland a mighty a boy after living several day tiled from hour whllo awake for tweuty ono dayn 5Sypfer Mil J I Pahk HlkorJ Irovo Farm uonio leu tVning cheer theeflectNof two shots inflicted by Krank removect larKo lliinch -and from about the fourth day I began every known remedy 1 rrom u 3 yer old nily Well land him In the White House safe li Uries his stepfather It was tho result il two ywiw UindlnR of to lose my desire for whisky and today with thrtso uppUcullonii hefiiie another year of young Turney attempting to defend I feel that I am thoroughly and permit dele lives then to run our his mother Mrs lellrics f No Iinkerton mill uently cured of the habit that no long shop ami At Hnull Ind W II Schwartz tmd old mo its victim Now gentlemen I No hllllon ilollar Congresses with him to ltUlheetorcpartlonIhavoevcru Albert Payne attorneys quarreled about wish to thank you through the coIiiiih of I hwrtiiy recommend It loHllluraoiuen veto hills veto huisiucHs matters and then came to blown of the press individually and collectively With him to veto hills whh him to We hait hundreds ctueh tetUmonial hills Payne striking first Seliw r a drew a for bringing within my reach u euro for niatnnBhaiili AkrottrlruuiforH ltl irno mtit IIVlDltUV ri No blllioii ilollar Congresses with him to dagger and seriously If not fatally cut dixi not htpltwiiluaciMlr that which seemed destined to prove my veto bills W II Kill Y d A Hlllinimiii BADE MAHK A Payne about the face and head utter ruin assuring you that I nhall over Charge Then up a d at them Democrats Singer hold in sacred remembrance a tender I Halnbridgc agent for the C home their waverlng ranks Sewing Machine company at Hot Sprlugi and grateful feeling for ymi all who wero They break they Uy the day Is ours theyre was convicted in the circuit court of cm so kind and considerate while treating mo routed front and Ihiuks bmlemont and his punishment is fixed for the worst misfortune that over befell Monopoly Is on the run protection dont atone year in the penitentiary He linn man I would not omit to nay that I protect AT TUB swear election heretofore stood well but the seductive will cheerfully communicate either in Hut think of seventy six and game of draw pokur is the cause of his person or by letter with any one who slmll elect shall elect downfall Klectlon shall elect election may desire to know more of the wonder- Â¬ Hut think of seventy six and swear election William Ueavcr a young man of ful dilutive properties of TvhoiiN remedy shall elect ClarkHville Twin died Irlday it is mild which at all times am be had at tho W And when our sturdy captain comes to his from tear The house lie lived in uiuglil Williamstown and Paducah Ky Saul f n o own atruiti Ml- - to Order at All Hour ft M f tot D M AMh Uegular MeaU a- - Villi fire seteraldavN ago and he has had u tarlums and would earnestly request Supper from r M I 10 a m to Hell need a very different chair from that dread that he would be burned up ever those who are afllloted to not put it tiff v I to m Dinner from tpen from A m to 1 of little Hen tTM Litmb rie KIhIi ChickeiH and Quail a peciity since Silting up nightn watching to until too late but try tho remedy at once Proprietor Well hum blm up the very one In which l CUS LUICART M prevent lire his anxiety caused him to ami I give you my imiiiruiicu I bellqvn It Old Hickory sal will prove in your case hi hi mine a And hell fill It like a statesman for ho Is a g into brain fever II O IONICS complete and lanting euro Democrat Senator Sianford stated to a reporter IOIIX M HOSK Ymirn truly Tor he Is Democrat for he Is a Democrat that he hud reconsidered his deter uiti 1 M WhmKJb he l it And Ill Ml It Hke a statesman lor lion to resign from the senate on accniut llieiiiocrat or Id health If the next state legislature In thn Think of the llBllle Ilcnayn his health U Very IhieonrnutiiB Heinrl The campaign In tho Tenth district in was IMnibllean -- DKALKIW IN over the dlsirlet are much Improved ami he want to remain wnxjug warm and we flud our ntuudard Hep rti from all In the senate to push his land loin tKarer for Congress in tho thick of the verv encouraging ami point unmistiiki election of dudge lisle by t Hl battle HoiHirtM from him are of the ably to the Democratic uiajorltv largely Increased Humpter of lint Sprliun Ark most encouraging nature and to make i his election ussurod it in only necoHsury He is making a telling campaign and 1st No i u calltMlh married a n complete lino f Dry IfcHHfc stone unturned that will add liny ac- - that hi own county give him that hearty 1 dlselalmn 1 uoots fciiw oiuk 11 iiwhiIhiiwI and uniiniinous nuppnrt to which lw m K ilw twnisili f tin- ml ro Willi llw imnlnliiiici liy entitled ami which ho liai a per- iSSSSiK n AH Huxcl Green lewo evor licioro seen in ct rlnht to expect Winchester Bitn rimifM llMXilrljLMui l there Is now lmilt- - out of whole cloth liotliliiM the lirivfff-a - -as to eieetiou in me money return ed immnteeil as represented or areelv doubt wt tiiK a prmnpteu ami instiiueu Happy and coatcat U a bonv with The Ro to be u Detnocraiie vear all bv wrrmi cituiniurt run Hlorl at IiImuI- - fj1 tcr a Isrnp vih th Hht of lk mcralnj ls tinn CataKUe4wiliUocaMKLawpCiNtwYrk VvKTlsi CllKAPIYnnd IMIOMITIY KXK lorn the line from PreMdeut down to coustableClay t liy Chronicle Sonl your nl THIS OFFICII CU fr9li The Greatest Effort tf4 I J ft A A AAAAAA AAV PRIZE CAMPAIGN SONQ Tito following the campaign nm which won the fftiH prio offered liy ilio New York World Tho author inn Ho- publican ollloo holder nt Washington and refutes to allow his name to bo publi dicd for four of getting tho grand Ihhiiiio iOUR lives 1 - History ofLexington Louis threo-weokH-ol- d - m Gus Straus iiTcinTAVVTimMni1 nuimnin - Â¬ lf it L G STRAUS Â¬ Â¬ EADIXi LEXINGTON pjell gjg i d HH Wovt No 12 1 QUINNS OINTMENT -- I GBAJSfB OPHCraS En lish Kitehen Short Street Lexiiiffton Ky 11 I - iiAZiiitiixKiNTirKY i CW I- cour-h-avlnu- nothing 1 j j tli JtiSXX tr i rM JQ3 PRINTING m -- fV TnTTPfw1i Wf Hazel UAZEL Green t Herald t ICY HARRISONS LETTER The rrcntiliMit BPHNCrU COOlHK IublUhcr C1K12KX Ditrliiu Irutcctloii Iaruiloxm gests another and far beftur method of settlement liintiitliii of Hut rison cannot wipe out thu republican records he cannot hldo facU with pjl nvnr N Y World us wo have said beforo Mr Har Â¬ BLACK TOMS LOYALTY THE MOST SUCCESSFUL MEN Hnmn of tlii Nil turn Tlnit Would n IUt if Ono llundrril do Into It Iiiir been HipgcftUri to offer n prlro for tho boRt list of tin one hun Â¬ in men dred most successful In UiIh conn the lTnlted Stntc in the ry evurylKwly in interested men wiio liivvo succeeded The fa o t thnt nmny fnll only iimUes the intercut In thosu who do not full the greater In preparing such an cRtimato latitude must bo allowed for the different ideas of people in regard to what constitutes sueecKi The mere accumulation of money of course Is not the determining factor Tho one hundred richest men in the United States are by no means the one hundred most successful men in the United States On the other hand there is hardly any kind of suc Â¬ cess that docs not mean the acquisition of a considerable sum of money Tints if we inquire who is the most success ful of tho religious leaders of the coun Â¬ try I fancy that more votes would be given to Uev Dr Talmage of ItrooU lvn than to Hlshop Phillips ItrooUs of Huston who is by far the greatest pulpit orator in the country Talmage Is not only a distinguished preacher but he has as preacher and lecturer ac Â¬ cumulated a substantial fortune be- Â¬ lieved to bo not less than a quarter of a million of dollars The most successful men are the men who have accomplished most consider Â¬ ing the advantages with which they started Thusiwhlle many men will be named In the list of tho successful one hundred there will be hardly one rich Cornelius mans son among them Vunderbilt Is one of the richest men In the world but he Is not one of the most successful His name surely can not be placed In the one hundred list while that of his attorney and associate Chauncey M Depew must surely be put there In Huston we should not put In the rich young Montgomery Sears but should probably put at the top of the Kraiilc list lones the great president of the Huston fc Maine Kail who road Co ran away from home when a boy and did chores for a living and has risen to the of a rank ten millionaire from that start in life Hoswell l Â¬ Â¬ President Harrisons letter of accept Â¬ ance Is simply a stump speech In thu form of an epistle It is less a docu ment to elucidate his views or to ex- Â¬ plain his partys purposes than an at- Â¬ tempt to gain votes by accommodating those views and purposes to a hostile public opinion Four years ago Mr Harrison had only contempt for cheapness Now ho argues that He law passed to in crease prices has really lowered them The paradoxes of protection never had a more daring adnper than the president According to him the same law has Increased prices to tho farmer and made food cheaper to tho consumer has lowered the cost r f manufactures by taxing their raw materials has ena bled the producer to pay higher wages by reducing the price of his product In one respect only has Mr Harrison the entire bravery of his bourbonlsm he defends the billion dollar congress from Its initial usurpation to its closing outrage That the people condemned this congress and Incidentally his ad ministration by a majority of more than 1300000 Isonlmlv ignored by the president He says that a vote of want of confidence Is asked by our adversaries as if that vote had not been given in 18l0 and repeated in 1MU The election this year is simply a demand for judgment upon a verdict once rendered and continued President Harrisons tardy reeognl- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ low or who began life up in lelTerson county N Y with not much better ad vantages and who is nearly as rich as Frank Jones would have to be put In tho one hundred list In Khodc Island Fletcher the worsted manufacturer who came over hero as an English laborer and Is now tho owner of many mills and many millions would probably stand at the head of the list of successful men of I Â¬ In the district of Columbia Alexander Graham Hell must take first place as a man of large accomplishments outside of polities The great Inventors of the country Kdisou Hell Thomson Maxim and others who have all realized fortunes from their brains would be at once voted a place among those who be long to the one hundred One of the curious results of making up such a list would be that wo should Had comparatively few public men in the list Nearly every man who gets to congress Is a man who has In some con spicuous way shown his supcrioritv to the average citizen of his district but when It comes to tho great Moors we do not look for many of them within tho walls of thecapltol One of the men whoso right to be in the list of one hundred people might differ about Is Henry Vlllard Hut Mr Vlllard retains the presidency of the Â¬ that state of tho negro who is now and has been since I sari a prosperous citizen of Dixon I listened to the story he related III with considerable interest as ho told in a simple pleasant way his experience as tho body servant of his young mars tor from the day the first drum beat was sounded in the south in ltH tip to the hour he bore the lifeless form homo and reverently laid It away In the old orchard on the family farm The gov ernor called him Tom I think and Tom had come from his western home to re turn to his old missus the gold watch of her son which had been in his pos session from the day that young marster fell in the light at Franklin Tom said he got In with some Yan kee soldiers and jes went along and beyond this he was either un willing or uiiaole to give any reason Hut said he general do von know You know where my folks Hin now I aint seen urn since the war and I want to tike Missus Marse Alfreds Having been assured of where watch he would find the remnant of tin family he left nearly thirty years ago lie grew communicative and told of the only time he had ever let that precious watch go out of his possession He said ho was a porter on a sleeping ear and hadnt a dollar to make his trip and pawned the watch for live dollars The agony he suffered because of his S tii55K- action he feelingly described and said I -he promised myself if Cod would A blet me get back and take that watch i mi human should have it till I gave it Into old Missus hands To perform that obligation he made the visit south Tom went to see his old owner and PAP FOR Till- PARTY - N Y World found a mortgage of eight hundred dol lars on the farm He paid it off and tion of Mr Maines action in forcing can should rejoice he predicts that then bought from his former owner the partial amelioration of reciprocity American tin plate mills will soon sup two hundred acres of land for his old upon a bill that had no original saving ply the American demand and avoids father wlio is stlil alive and living clause will hardly atone for his pre- Â¬ all reference to the fact that all the quietly and contented near the gulf vious action in claiming all the credit mills In operation or to be put in opera shore in the state his boy loves yet hesof it ood as far as it goes this so tion will be manned by the tiumakers itates to live in Chicago Inter Ocean called reciprocity is still a sham as of Wales who come over duty free TRICKS WITH TICKETS the democratic platform declares It to Indianapolis Sentinel be It untaxes foreigners onlv It ap During the fifteen years of the People Wlm Trv tn Ileal Their Way on plies to our poorest instead of to our low tariff era from ISltf to lHt there the Kleviiteil best customers And it favors other were but seventy four strikes reported Tickets sir Here you cant pass countries at tin expense of our own in an olllelal way During the fifteen Tiie presidents contention fts to the years from 1S7S to IMJ there have been on without putting a ticket in the box effect of tariffs on wages is thoroughly over rtOOO strikes involving a very and a ticket eliopp r at an up town dlsiiigenlous not to say dishonest Ho large proportion ot the entire body of elevated railroad station laid his hand on a gentleman Just In front of me as knows that the duty under the Me worktugmon in the United States I approached the box myself ticket in Kluley law In many schedules Is more Albany Argus Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tho republicans promote theirs to the bench Louisville Courier Journal It almost appears unpatriotic to refer to the utterances of a president of the United States as claptrap yet nothing else will strictly and truthfully describe the remarks of Mr Harrison on tin plate He again waves the Ilrlt ish flag and points to tho possible de struction of the Welsh tin industry as an occurrence over which every Anieri- - lournoy to MlftUliil article by Frederick Douglass In ft recent number of the North American Review has culled to my mind an oc Â¬ currence of mare than ordinary Interest POINTS AND OPINIONS to those who appreciate loyalty upon Harrison bestowed more praise the part of a negro who Is faithful If upon Maines reciprocity than upon only for the MoKlnleys commercial prohibition Some four orsake of Auld Langsyne In five months ago I sat Kven the republican president admits the ofllco of ox Uovornor Lowry in tho claim of free trade to popular in Â¬ Jackson Miss and dorsement so far as it has gone D- with that gentleman my conversation was interrupted etroit Free Press by tho appearance of a well dressed All republican figuring on tho mild probable results of the election are hue mannered man of decidedly ebony around the proposition that tho party Ho seemed to have no difficulty In must get along without Indiana It Is selecting tho genial from passing strange In this view that tho the several gentlemenex governor In who were the party was unable at Minneapolis to room and walked to him with hand figure out how It could get along with outstretched and delight so thoroughly out Harrison SL Louis Republic pictured on his countenance that It was The republicans are hilarious easy to see some bond bound to over the conviction in New Jersey of gether and it wasnt of recent them forging certain democrats for ballot frauds either After stating his name and re The luctdent shows the difference be calling some Instances that both seemed tween the two parties The democrats to distinctly remember war times was put their rascals behind tho bars while the natural topic to be discussed by the All Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Why n PniKlicnniH Colored Man Matin n r S Q FACE AXD PloVh how II If youre n f woman Theyll beauty of oSjV yn tvcs rosy clicekB i bgJ Is enough to inako woman nttructlvc matter Perfect To hcnltlUllhte ralthffillynr 6atlons and female coiimlniiiuH crally It U no eflecflve that It enn yunrmitecti If It HKnt benefit or cure von have vnur mom that isnt sold hi this way likely to b Just as good other displacement tho blood YJiT pel ne hes and pnlns brC rcfrctdilnc nlenn ami ttrM health flesh and Klrength For nerloillcnl pnlnp prolapsus am vorlto Proerlptlon ThS regulates and promote Si the proper functions of manhood Improves dim Hon enriches IMeSfi hearing down n DRHILMCR1 entire party I have forgotten the name Kfdnoy Llvorand BladdorCurt Ijiitntinpn nnln In Joint or back brick ihmtla urine freiicnt culln Irritation Inliuuintlon pravel ulceration or entnrrh of bladder Impaired illircMlon Knot bllliiilienilrh miA iTlI ICOOT cure kidney ihmculllrt IHirtiiK urlimry trouble brlghtd disease Bcrofiiln malaria Rcnl weakness onlrlillity Ouurnnlrr IV-- rontrntaof Oiip llotlr If lint rntott IniTVlt M lit refund In you tlio prltr At DrtiuutftU AOc 101 Mxe InrnlbU Outdo to IlcnUlifr c Cuniidtnlljfi frafl DlL KlLMCIl CO ItlNOlU MTON X V tt oo f p WfimMh v Kliciiiiiatisiii Disordered Liver Innpisre Blood Slc to CURES RISING 6Hfizj BREAST MOTHERS FRIEND nllnrtil Iliild-tH-atln- - fiA iw Â¬ tuoo txen x hiiimii mld wlfo fur ncitiv rm anil In i acti rvo wliero Vintner Prli nil liiul neon tin ilft lias nrriniilltiril xvniulnr nml rellcxtl much fiilliilni Uln tlioliot riiiieillfo for rllnc of the tircait known and worth i irlri tor lint Mil M M Ilia m it alone yotlltIIICIYAto I enn trll nil cxpoi tntit nintlvr If tliey M iimi a few Untied nf Mother Friend tliiy will through tliooriloil without nnv IUn tul Ma- - IIkamiam buffering Mi kftfSS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cltili oi Mother Friend twftiro lilrtli ol my child Will iutreiiii l t Mi Mouitr lulu Csl 1 1 rttflioVI tlo Pmt liycxMre cKirpe of price 1 0 per Imtlto Bold t- jirepald on rccelpS Â¬ HRADFIHLD REGULATOR CO - all druggists Atlanta 0A LONGTl ie -- great consolidated electric company In spite of the statements of tho New York financial writers that ho would not remain there His position seems to be a strong one Ho told a friend tho other day that ho now had all the money that he wanted lie has got at least ten million dollars and this time he proposes to hold on to It A Dnulilo Hurl One of the bloodiest duels ever fought on American soil occurred near tho western boundary of Kansas said Cupt loseph Hennessey at the Llinlell It was In the spring1 of ISM A wagon train had started from St Joe for the California gold Holds In the train was a wild lawless follow named Dunkirk and a man named Senteney and his elghtoen-yoar-ol- d son An altercation occurred between Senteney and Dun kirk and the two agreed to drop behind the train and settle It at thirty paces Tho former was accompanied by his Bon and the latter by a friend At tho first tiro Senteney foil dead Thu nun Immediately challenged tho Hhtyor Dunkirk suggested that thirty paces was too far and young Senteney asked him how five would da Dun Â¬ kirk accepted and they were both killed Instantly The quarrel which led to this sanguinary mooting arose over n plug of tobacco which Senteney ac Â¬ cused Dunkirk of stealing The threo duelists were from southern Illinois fit Louis Uobe DcmooruU Â¬ Net QhII No lltttl Old lentlonmn What do ai mean lr by striking that little boy with a Little Hoy ealy u stone Twasnt a baseball twas Good Navvn than the entire cost In the articles protected and yethorepeats the deceptive clap trap about tho necessity of covering the difference in wages between this country and Kurope lie claims that protective duties strongly tend to hold up wages and are the only barrier against a reduction to tho Kuropean scale when he knows that the wages In free trade lhiglaud are from HO to 100 per cent higher than In any protec tionist country in ICuropr and that the variation In wages in the same Indus- rle In the different states in our union under the same tariff arc as great as the difference between the average wages hero ami in Fuglaild It Is oharacteiistlc of this nefarious system of false pretenses that it should convert the letter of acceptance of a president into the dishonest screed of a special pleader Tho passage upon the force bill wll ho variously interpreted but fairly read It seems to be an abandonment of thu extreme policy embodied in that odious measure Two years ago the president tried to press a force bill through congress He now talks tooth ingly of a non partlsau commission to dovUe some scheme for counting the negro census as republican votes lie affects to see however In the now political movements in tho Miuth and tho recent decisions of some of tho Rtate courts a hope that the arbitrary and partlsnn election laws and prac Â¬ tices which have prevailed may be cor- Â¬ rected by tho states tho laws made equal and non partisan and the elec- Â¬ tions free and honest Such a solu- Â¬ tion ho ntys would bo received with rejoicing by his party the party of Wanamakors pharlsalsm Quays corruption anil Dudloys bribery Inas- Â¬ much as n healthy and patriotic local sentiment s tho best assurance of free and honest elections This Is tho democratic doctrine and while thoftinocth sayings of acandldato cannot be accepted as binding upon his party it Is evident that Vroaldent Har- Â¬ rison like Mr Held and the other load- Â¬ ers of his party Is auxlous to drop tho force bill issue At least ho refrains from defending It and definitely sug- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ significant that democratic gains are reported at Lewiston one of the most important manufacturing cen ters in Maine The workiugmen of that city have not apparently heeded the hysterical shouts of republican protects against the policy of establishing wider markets for their surplus products Chicago Times Wo have to sell our wheat in freo competition with all the rest of the Tho price in Liverpool fixes world the price for us and no governmental bonuses add to our incomes When we come to buy we have to pay for all of our commodities tho fictitious ami inflated prices which the protected es of the manufacturing tablishment one exact of us We sell in tho cheap Wo buy in tho dearest est market What wo prortuee stands on its own In- Â¬ trinsic merit and on this alone For what we need for consumption we have to give a double price first what It is really worth and second what the tariff laws empower tho moneyed haioiiK of tho east to compel in addition Ou Tlimlut Mllnliluittitrr There is one industry which has sprung up mid llourislinl like tho traditional green bay tree under the fostering care of tho McKinley bill for which our high protection friends do not profess much regard That indus try Is the manufacture of shoddy So far us no can learn at preRont there have been no strikes shut do vus or decreases in wages in this Industry Fvory nhoddy mill In New Fnghmd Is running full time with an abundance of orders Those mills that were aban doned under tho low wool tariff era have reopened and are turning out shoddy clothing at a surpi King rate This prosperity In tho shoddy industry is not without IU disastrous effect upon the woolen trwle The number of failures In tho legitimate woolen industry Increases yearly The manufactured article in becoming inferior and its price higher Shoddy clothing however Is everywhere and shoddy manufacturers profit enormously because of u duty which wnn imposed ostemlbly to benefit tho wool grower of tho coun- Â¬ try Albany Argus It is Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hand was greatly surprised at thisaetlou for I had distinctly seen the passenger who had been stopped pause at the box and I had noted the ticket as it left his hand When the ticket chopper stopped him the gentleman turned around and ex I postulated saying dropped my ticket in all right No you didnt nuther said the Yon made a bluff chopper bluntly The passenger but St didnt go fumbled in his packet a umuiMit and prrdiiced another ticket which he drop ped It lit the box remarking Thats thesuond one but perhaps the other dropped on the outside of the box and blew away Thou he run fou his I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I stopped to speak to the guard and told him had syen tho man drop his ticket in the box Youse think you did but you didnt lemarked Col Ilalns man sententious ly Them fellers have a common rub ber band passed around their hand which holds the ticket against their hand Then they take the ticket be SYLVAN KKMKDY CO Koiia tween the thumb and forefinger and otf make a show of holding it over the box but when they let goof Instead of It dropping where It ought to go It snaps hack again into the palm of tho hand Most of ems so slick at the game CO C W SIMMONS that theyll fool you every time if there OAK HALL DOSTON Is any crowd This feller Just now N Y Herald though was a duffer Ate heiJ iuattm In U S for i BUNTING FLAGS A Novel Mciiua ol lili iitllliiilliiii jo 5jl IcltcrrJ 44 Ur A Detroit firm has lately adopted a Senl for FUr Catalog Jn4 plan for identifying Its salesmen at Campalcn CaUlocueof uniform bunks while they are traveling through Â¬ tworJs baJRCi cantt Run out tho country which has proved very lulstorclic The iraJe turrJWhen they send a draft satisfactory FLAGS FOR SCHOOLS A SPECIALTY to a salesman they Indorse it on the Pay to the order of back as follows j MAVk Till rlMIJ IUJ4lfc John Smith and William Pllcry move Â¬ ment No l7MftUi This Is the name Elys Cream Balm and number of tho salesmans watMi WILL ClHIS movement and It affords an additional sourcejof Identification which has never yet met with failure and which wo iliould think could bo adopted by other ffrlrc r0 III 1 travelers to good advantage Tho Hus Anplr lUlru Intoraoh nolr1J I Â¬ train The average duration t lives in Ihe United States i lS umis lor More keepers n6 years W leanMes MG yea is lor seamen 17 J etib for mechanics 4SI years for merchants 520 ears for lawyers ruhl 0 12 y cars for ftrmeis This is instructive It shows that other things Ivjiir tiiil the men who live long1 are Ihotf who live on the simplest tare and who Farmers lake plenty of exercise would live still longer it they did net get the ihumiatKiu oi pneumonia liofh these maladies come from colds that fasten on the kidneys and thus prevent them from separatum the uric acidfmm lle blond UeiA Utimii Cotifji and Kidney Cine will amuse thekidnevs loaciionand thus wjuIoiT these diseases It K a soveieign rente dy for every form of nitlulv that jet ol any dealer comes from a cold but do not allow your druggivt to goc you some thing iii place f it that lie says is just asgoodfoi notlinnrwiu take the plce of this great icmedv bottles o Small bottles 2c w ll CAMPAIGN - CATARRH mfsM H HKOnMWarrHtNV TM r Ito XAKI THIS iuesM Man KLV ft MI mo spider Tho spider tnketh hold living tolls on tip until ha teaches tho SCHOOL AND OHUKOH Tho guide throws his calcium light H i with her hands Oh what n lesson palace of world tenownod nrU And down Into the caverns and tho light One thousand American misses ar that is for yon nnd met You say If von God has decided that though you may rolls and tossoss from rook to rock and rhfllr Moolmnlam tho Grnndoot In had somo great sermon to preach if you be weak of arm nnd slow of tongue from depth to depth making nt every studying art In Park only hnd some great uudleuco to talk to nnd may bo tho World Tho university of ronnaylvanU struck through with n plunge n new revelation of tho awful If you only had a great ormv to mar deficits power thnt could havo made such a established a hiwpltal for lck dogs great many mental and moral Bhnl If you only had a A number of Brooklyns wealthy constitution to by Ills almighty grace you shall yet place ns that A sense of suffocation Iii tlin Mont Mnitiilllmit rnlnrcd write If you only hnd some tremendous arrive In tho Kings palace not such comes upon you as you think that you men hove raised a fund to build a Though Iniitlnome sermon thing In the world for you to do then a ono as Is spoken of in the text lloWltt TuIiiiuro I by Hw are MO feet In a straight llnofrom tho church In New York where services will you would shixv us Yos you would not one of marble not ono ndorned sunlit surface of tho earth Tho bo held for deaf mutes A show us What If tho Lovlto In tho with pillars of alabaster and thrones guide you In n rceentleoturo before tho Japan takes after awhile The text selected for Sunday Is from ancient templo had refused to snuiT tU of Ivory and llagons of burnished gold Into a what Is called tho Star society Mr Sluidlcl affirmed that In tho iu iillm unliliip titlrtti lir11 viiti candle because i PrtiV XXX ho could not bo n high but n pnhico In which God is tho kng chamber and then ho says to you schools of Japan the art of wrestllajf Is In kings palaces with her hands nnd priest nnd tho angels of Heaven are tho cup Sit here and then he takes tho lan- Â¬ produces the highest effect of culture IVriiiUtetl u 1 wns h few days ago to What If tho humming bird should reÂ¬ bearers Tho spider crawling up tho tern and goes down under tho rooks Mks Mary Gwendolen Caldwell Iihh tteml tho meeting of tho British scion fuse to sing Its song Into the ear of the wall of Solomons palace was not worth and It gets darker and darker until tho given more money to tho Catholiu Kdlnburgh I found honeysuckle title association ut Â¬ because It as that tho hand nn paper road hud excited ntoro eagle dash Its wings can not like the looking after or considering whocom night Is so thick Is unobservable lucli ohuroh than any other woman now that ho And living In America and has received a Into the sun pared with tho fact that wo are from tho eye Interest than that by Kov Dr MeCook What If the rnln drop should refuse to thi worms of the dust may at last as then by kindling ono of tho lanterns special gold medal from tho pope j America on tho subject of spiders descend because It Is not ti Niagara ootid Into tho palace of tho King Im- and placing it in a cleft of tho Harpers Bazar What If the spider of tho text should mortal Hicctns that my talented countryman lly tho grace- of God may we rock there Is a reflection cost on Col It T Auohmuty the founder Vanished from his pulpit for a short refuse to use Its shuttle because It can nil reach It Oh Heaven is not a dull the dome of tho cave and there of the New York trade sohools haa In the Holds and thnoby ill health had not wenvo a Solomons robe Away place It Is not n worn out mansion are stars coming out In constella- Â¬ gathered statistics to show that out of forests given himself up to thu study of with such folly If you nre buy with with faded curtains and outlandish tions n brilliant night heaven and fjlloonOOO paid annually for mechanic And surely If it Is not beneath the ono talent you Insect Heautl No It Is as you invaluntarlally exclaim would bo luy with chairs uud cracked ware In the building trades of New York tj dignity of Ood to make spiders It Is tho ten talents If Mllocan not ilfttho fresh nnd fnlr nnd beautiful as though full Then ho takes tho lantern down olty less than titO0OU00 rocs to men 0ot beneath tho dignity of man to cnlf Ho never will have strength to lift It wero completed but yesterday The Into the depths of tho cavern and wan Inirn In this country itmlV them tho ox lu the Lords army there Is order kings of the earth shall bring their ders on and wanders olT until ho comes It Is estimated that China has ono We nre nil watching for phenomena for promotion but you can not bo gen- Â¬ honor and glory Into It up from behind the rocks gradually missionary to every tOOOOO Inhabitants A sky full of stars shining from Jonuury eral until you hnvo been a captain n A palace means splendor of apartments and It seems llku the dawn of tho morn- India ono to every SH1000 nnd Japan re- to January calls out not so many lieutenant and a colonel It Is by Is ing and It gets brighter and brighter one inoieor a step It Is Inch by Inch It Is step by Now I do not know where Heaven If Tho gutdo is a skillful ventriloquist ono to every 70000 Interior Africa lmn Harks as tue uiuing stroke and I do not know how It looks but probably ono for every 1000000 while whole flock of robblns take not so much stroke that our Christian character Is our bodies are to be resurrected In the and ho Imitates tho voices of the morn Afghanistan Persia and tho aborigines of our attention as onu blundering but bullded Therefore bo content to do last day 1 think Heaven must have n ing and soon the gloom Is all gone and of Central and South America aro darting Into tho window of n summer what God commands you to do God Is material splendor us well us a spiritual you stand congratulating yourself over practically untouched tre Things of ordinary sound and not ashamed to do small things grandeur Oh what grandeur of apart tho wonderful spectacle Graduates of the Hartford Female jlffht nd occurrence fall to reach us He Is not ashamed to chiselthat Divine hand whloh seminary nre planning to establish n ever springs ing a grain of sand or be found honey monts when sea Into blue and the foli- Â¬ A Htrnncrr In tlin Inw tft ass hopper ami yet plunges tho helping u womans college at Hartford Conn A Brooklyn preacher who has beon op In oir path no moth ever dashes lu on bee to construct Its cell with mathemat age Into green and sots the sunset Tho seminary will stand as sponsor to to the evening candle no moat over ical accuracy or tinging a cell In the fire shall gather all the bountiful colors considerably advertised of late toldIn-a the now college founded by Miss Cath Â¬ pours the In tho sunbeam that floats His throne and when New York Advertiser man of an bill of chaf- Â¬ or crnclc of the finchsurfWhatshaping tlm He doesti well of earth around lifted the pillars of cident which many people may not erine K Beeeher of the celebrated the through God does that arm which Is 184J Four hundred He mild that a matt who Beeeher family window shutter no barnacle on ships What you do do well bo It n great Alpine rock and bout the arch of the have heard and fifty graduates attended the recent In a very long hull no burr on n chestnut no limpet work or a small work If ton talents sky shall ralso before our soul the had not been to church illumine reunion front the Inlted dinging to n roolc no rind of nn arti- employ all tho ten If five talents em- Â¬ eternal architecture and that hand time finally hearkened to the persua go Ho Sates China India and Canada If decided to choke but would tench us u lesson ploy all the five If ono talent employ which hung with loops of fire the cur sions of his wife and together -- Three of Gen S Bolivar Bueknors and they we were not so stupid God In his Bible tho one prepare the up got the family all If only tho thousandth part tains of morning shall early Arriving at tho church NtatTof confederate ofiloors afterwords our consideration tho Illy of a talent employ that started cU forth for Mo thou holstery of our kingly residence ami the suow llnko and tho locust and there wero yet very few people In It become bishops of the Kplseopal church faithful unto death and I will give thee A palace also means splendor of asnnd no ushers on hand so the man lod Lieut Col Gollohor rose to bo bishop of tho storks nest and tho hinds foot I tell you If you tho crown of life sociations The poor man the outcast his family well up the aisle and took Loulsluuu Cnpt Klllott to be bishop antami the aurora boroolls and the are not faithful to God In a small sphere can not get Into Windsor Castle The of Texas nnd Cnpt Harrison to be hills One of tho sacred writers sitting vou would be Indolent and insignificant sentinel of the queen stands there and possession of a nice pow lust as the services wore about to be bishop of i northern diocese Another amid tho mountains sees n hind skip lu a large sphere cries Halt as he tries to enter Hut gin u pompous looking old mnn ciimo member of this celebrated stalt Adju Â¬ Tho hind lias such ping over the rooks Again my text teaches me thutropnl In the palace of which I speak wo may tant nnd afterwards Brig Gen Sheup a peeiillurly shupod foot that it can go hlvencss nnd loathsomeness will tome all become residents and wo shall nil In walked to the door of that pew and Is now a I I noted for his piety stood there exhibiting evident surprise falling times climb up Jnto very elevated bo princes nnd kings over the steepest places without e may nave The Brown university resolution prophet looks upon that places You would have tried to have boon beggars we may havo been out- Â¬ that It was occupied Tho occupants anil s lh room to sit for opening all Its degrees to women marking of the hinds foot on the rocks killed tho spider that Solomon saw casts wo may havo been wandering moved over and olfced him bus been supplemented by another ho declined to be Heated and thinks of the divine care over him This is no place and lost as wo all havo been but there down but old man produced a curd giving to women holding bachelors de Â¬ You would havo said Finally the Thou innkost my feet like for it If that spider Is determined to we shall take our regal power What he says grees the opportunity to pursue all It with a pencil hinds feet that I may walk on high weave a web let It do so down in the companionship in Heaven To walk and I wrote upon pew courses of Instruction Intended for pay for the And other sacred writer sees the cellar of this palace or lu some dark side by sido with John nnd lames nnd places Thirteen women IIh gave the card to the stranger oc graduate students ostrich leaving his egg In tho sand of tho dungeon Ah the spider of tho text Peter uud Paul ami Moses and loshua Â¬ cupant who the preacher remarked have either passed their examination desert and without any care of incubatIt clambered and Caleb nnd Iweklel and Jereinlah could not bo discouraged like many people would for the college year or begun prepara Â¬ ion walk otV ami tho SorlpUire says on nnd climbed up higher and higher and Mlenh and Kucluiriuh nnd Wllbrr hnd he been got Up and left Hut the tions for next years course exhibiting have at once that Is like some parents leaving their and higher until after awhile it reach force and Oliver Cromwell and Philip stranger adjusted his glasses and with commendable proficiency children without any wing of protec The Podrldge mid Tdwitrd Pnyson nnd ed the kings vision and he said I hen ho calmly Wesley Methodist chapel Wash Â¬ In my text inspiration spider taketh hold with her hands and John Milton nnd Ittixuboth Kry and a smile read tho curd tion or care undertook Sunday after Â¬ ington D wrote beneath It opens before us the gate of a palace And so It often Hnuniih Mote and Charlotte KUiboth is In kitfpr palaces do you pay How much noon services some time ago on tho and wo are Inducted amid the pomp of is now that things that are loathsome and all the other kings and queens of To this Inquiry the pompous gentle-Â¬ public square fronting the church Out the throne and the courtier and while and repulsive get into very elevated Heaven Oh my soul what a compan man still standing wrote abruptly of this effort to reach the masses has we tiro looking around upon tho mag- Â¬ places ship grown an organization of young peoTwo hundred dollars n year sir nificence Inspiration points us to a A palace menus splendor of banquet church of Christ for Instance is stranger smiled as though ho ple and n contrivance known to The Tho spider plying Its shuttle and weaving u The palace The king of Heaven and earth There will be no common ware on that wero pleased looked around to coin Gospel Push Cart The work has ex Â¬ does not call us Its not ontho wall It There will bo no unskilled pure the pow with others admired its tended to the highways and hedges lives in IL According to the Piblo her table to regard the grand surroundings of the beams nre of silver nnd her rafters of musicians at that entertainment There nice cushion and furnishings and wrote the alleys and the court Tho cart I palace but to n solemn and earnest conwindows of agnte and the will bo no scanty supply of fruit or bev- back organ singing fitted With pulpit The spider fir and herof salvation dash a ruin of erage sideration of tho fact that There have been banquets I dont blame you It Is well worth books etc and Is pushed from place to fountains taketh hold with her hand mid la lu light It Is a glorious palace the spread that cost n million of dollars IU place kings palaces of God Is and yet sometimes each but who can toll the untold wealth Church The pompous gentleman at that stage The American Sunday school union It is not very certain what was the unseemly nnd hrithsonie things creep of that banquet I do not know wheth collapsed Into his scat The preacher gives encouraging reports of Its work In particular species of insect spoken of and rancor er dohns description of It Is literal or remarked that he would either have a for tho past year One thousand and up into the text but I shall proceed to learn backbiting and abuse figurative A great many wise people piwdiolder of the stylo of the stranger sixty four Sunday shools with 60000 nnd slander and I from It tho oxqulsitoness of tho divlno crawling up on the walisof the church tell me It Is figurative but prove It than of thepeiv lessee scholars have been organlxedoln places mechanism Tho kings chamberlain snliminir a web from arch to arch and do not know but that It may be lit- Â¬ otherwise destituted of religious ad T comes into the palace and looks around IliMiioernrjr do not know but that iilollls from tho topof one communion tankard eral vnutuges Aid was given to over plucked and sees tho spider on tho wall and We have seen no better illustration to the top of another communion there may be real fruits not know 10000 other schools besides 0000 says Awuv with tho Intruder ami tankard of the democracy of intelligence in Bibles ami 0000 Testament wero given Glorious palaeo in which from the tree of life I do Union to the real the servant of Solomons palace comes there ought only to be light n and love but that Christ referred He said that America remarks the Christian or sold The missionaries report over with his broom and dashes down the i ktililm III Juice of tho grape when than this little incident the truthful 0000 conversions uud JI0 churches nnu panioii lino During itiHct snviuoWhat a loathsome the palace wo should drink new wine in our ness nf which wo vouch for microscopic kingdom but not the Intoxi- ono of his visits to this country Mr have been developed thing It ls lint under Home ought to be a castle It ought Fathers inspection find it more wondrous of to be the residence of every thing roval cating stuff of this worlds browing I James Ilryce the historian and member GUATEMOZINS DEATH construction than tho embroideries of Kindness love peace patience and for do not snv that it Is so I ut I havo as of parliament was riding on a railroad Die palaeo wall and the upholstery ought to bo the princes resid- Â¬ much right for thinking it is so as you train and happened to cuter Into con Cortex Horrible rrurlty CiimmKiiiorntcil machinery bearance and yet sometimes dissipa- havo for thinking the other way At versation with one of the brakemon IjuIi Yriir In Mrtleo about tho windowv All tho ing there of the earth could not make anything Old you write the Holy Itoman Umany rate It will bo a glorious bunqiet It Iso weird and shocking incident of tions crawls up Into that home and the I Commoniu tho distance 40 delicato and beautiful as tho pre Hark jealous eye comes up and the scene ot really the chariots guests are coming pire and Tho American reply of Mr history that Is commemorated each Yes was the Tionsilo with whloh that spider clutches believe the wealth year In the City of Mexico upon the peace and plenty becomes the scene of his prey or as any of its eight eyes You now The gatossw lug open tho guests Hryce who was astonished to find that anniversary of the torture of tho last nnd dissonance domestic jargon such an We do not havo to po so far up to see palace Is filling and all him What Is the matter with thoÂ¬ dismount the flashing with pearl and his famo had found Tho out in looked at of the Atee emperors Gautemosrlu or man the power of God in the tapestry hang huv unlikely quarter tho chalices iu tho sixteenth century is the mat Cuauhtemoc will toll you what home ing around the windows of heaven or ami carbuncle uru lift- Â¬ the great writer for a moment In suramethyst In tho palace Ouutoiuorui was captured after Whn ter with IU A spider 1n the horses or chariots of tiro with ed to the lips of the myriad ban prise then extending n very dirty paw the defeat of the A tecs by the victori- Â¬ A well developed Christian character standing in robes of he added Inn tone of heartiest upprovul ous Spantrtls the cruel forte com Â¬ or tyhlch the dying day depart thing to look aU You see queters while to look mountain swing- Is u grand with great intellectual and nnowy white they drink to the honor of Shako nt the manded that ho should be put to torOh you say that from some man ing sword arm out Its How our glorious King ture lu order that he might reveal tho say You A Scotch elergymnn In a recent darkness spiritual proportions wilder of tho mantle be lint you Is too grand Is u place for you and for srrmon on The Hills Whence Cometh treasure which he was supposed to man must No It not If a spider oecord My Help until It can strike with Its selmoter of useful that his splendor of faoult os me sold among other things possess and part of thu torture was tho find amid all tho lightning lug to the text could crawl up on tho I love better to study some whim Whenever a ohuroh loses sight of the burning of his foot at a slow tire Is some prejudice palaeo shall not our iod in tho shape of a llys wing In the there a great many poo wall of Solomons big things of religion and gives Itself Though tho ugony of the victim was snowy miiiiu evil habit that souls through the blood of Christ formation of u fishs scale In the you linyo poor things such as disputing Intense he bore it with flriuness and do not notice but that up from the depths of their mIh up to potty whiteness nf a pond Illy I love to track olo over questions of doctrine and church oven spoke stoically to tho cacique notice and It Is gradually mount to Ids footsteps iu tho mountain moss nnd Is and shame and finally rem h tho palace government or piddling about rltunls of Tocutm another Ateu who spoiling that mans character It In- - of tho eternal King Whore sin to hear his voice lu the hum of the rye He survived otitis iu sii Tor ml with hlui limvltnbly going to Injure hi entire grace shall much more nnd garments it Mils nnd discover tho rustle of his gradually Others may not see It but abounded this torture but many years afterward or ludlfTerouotlsm atheism Oh fiuence obo of light In the south wind wol iiImiuiiiI that whereas sin reigned unto when a fnluo accusation wn brought vou are anxious in regard to lis dotul death may grace reign even so this wonder of Divlno power that ciin of our Christian Endeavor against him forte guvo orders for Ills A Those ami now you discover lu through righteousness unto eternal life renders who wero present at the great execution and according to Preseott build a habitation for God In an apple fare tho ointment A spider lu the by Jesus Christ our Lord One flash convention In Now York lu duly will Giuitomoln was hanged on a largo blossom and tuno a bee voice until It tly iu nl that coming glory obliterates the remember Jon Huwk the Chinese eon oclba tree growlvg by the roadside and can palace tit for tho eternal orchestra Again my text teaches mo that per svpiilehor to n firolly vort from St Louis whoso eloquence Lot there bo light Tho tale of Kmperor Guntoniozln Is severance will mount Into tho kings ml from holding an ocean In the holYears ago with lanterns and torches electrified fifteen thousand poople It one of the tragic tales of tho Spanish It must havo seemed a long and a guide wo went down into the senilis ho lias been called to take charge conquest of Mexico Ilowas the nephew low of his hand goes forth to find pnlnoe for that spider to climb in So lights nnd depths nnd length anil distancesplendid residence but It stori- Mammoth cuvuof Kentucky You may of the Chinese Baptist Mission In Goth- Â¬ of the great Montezuma walk fourteen miles and soo no sun breadth of omnlpotency In u dewdrop onions and has already gone to tuko up Ills name Is now honored lu the coun- Â¬ foot of the wall and wont light It Is a stupendous place Some am work and dismounts from tho chariot of mid- ed nt the verv his try over which ho ruled three hundred i of night hurricane to cross over on tho MP over the panels until iomuo higher places tho roof of the cave Is n hundred It stood Hebrew Is rapidly tiecomlnir the liv- and seventy years ago and the grand higher uspension bridge of n spiders won h gher and hljfluist throne In all the na- feet high Tho giottoes filled with ing language of Palestine again Tin ceremony of Sunday last before hi You nmy take your telescope and sweep than the echoes eascudes falling from Solomon And so God weird Jews who nre gathering there from statue iu the City of Mexico Is ono of Invisible bight to invisible depth various hinds speak so many tongnra the proofs of the foot Speeches of Uncross tho heavens In order to behold tions- throne of many of those who rising up from thu the glory of God but I shall take tho hi decreed It that of ln uud dishonor Stalagmites thnt necessity culls for a common one eulogy were made lu tho A tec language in the dust fitKir of the onvo stalactites descend Â¬ spoke spiders nre down caf holding tho spider and the u thu klnj a What could be more natural than thrlr which Guntemon which and In tho ahull KnulimHy attain ing from tho roof of the eavc joining choice of the Hobrow fortez hi Spanish language I shall bring the mleroscopo wb nnd V eo u iu aim hhi 10 Mich other and making plllursof the Al Â¬ spqke From what U y eye and while 1 gaze nnd look palace executioner In Philadelphia rosettes will Who Is tiuit bunker nd study nnd urn confounded Aleieus Hooper is tho name of thr known of his character life uud deeds that held mightys sculpturing There are mh1 to be the il0 of amethyst In hnlls of gypsum As Baltimore donor of fiOOOOO for a wom It may bo said ho was worthy of tin Great neeldown iu tho grass nnd cry nd marvelous are thy works Loid God the guide carries his lantern ahead of ens college ut Johns Hopkins university honor N Y Sun appearance inlllioiinlre wein in w w tho Almighty from you the fclmdows Imro nn Tln durle a few days ago At tho time the gift American Tip Too Uirge d ttpectral dividends Arkwrlght tolls upon Mipernntiiriil Again my text tenches me that In shop until he gets Into the-- uimm is feiirful Two people getting was announced his name was withhold Frenchman Vat vou fir xnt wwtalro barbers from the public May his tribe lu jknlilcunco Is no excuse for Inaction Sestus V Udls on American I Kavo the waiter half a of Invention guide only for a few orenso ilnce This spider that Solomon saw on tho swineherd until lust fwn thulr dollar from the office of puta- - of Home bfur ywr ago were demented and I cant weave u all might Iuiyu said the All I wrlto nil 1 think nnd all I FrenohmnurMon Dion Zat ee not goU Into year at In their liiannlly You In- - for web worthy of this grout pnliico what ut ee vou bribe N V tolls on up from the mott as you hope Is based upon the divinity of our von teup K etcher fool Ww hoWlnjr your breath t I do miiltl nil this gold onibioidoryV fiimlly tuition until he got seem to Lord the one control hope of our poor Weekly 1 am walk awo ir th brldN4 that not nble to intiko abythlng tit for sign flaunt wuywurd rnoe r Y C dludatouo uW for a tqun the btt lie auys milium nnd so T will not irrninl u inivlnjf pcW orlc my aplunlng jonuy NaUo huh j llosuith A Â¬ Â¬ - SPJDEKS WOHK X Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 I - ku Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- h- 1 ly Â¬ SW I It la Mi i -- fyff ii mAKBal 4 MMMIM Uiken Herald HPEtfOKR COOPER UNMiiniRMiotr UAHK OX TIIW 1MHTIIK AND Til UN ON Tin Editor Tirv sztisjflL xmm Km l nil JiulkrVhrnri fled iuoen IokIiii wueil mr Aalintv Anillie ikhi Iheie U iiii ii ttiiiir thlnR flill AihIh i iiiikiuMuu I rtn n imue llmt aevrr ininkpii Tllli llOIf IS THE BEST Who will uit tin ir r Mux lrlp lhl pai nt Mani HAZEL GREEN KY illteSv Fad r22 Jitf Wj Wi Kfe DAv vnui I Phidav Oct 18 1802 li Tur beer ic tuc ucinccTTMaWiirft int olvji to inL ViLnrLoi Kmmmm It U not n Patent Piiint made KMicntlMl ffmBm DEMOCRATIC i lut the IphI Paint that can lie uunlo TICKET i For President CltOVEIf CLEVELAND or Now York For Vino Pritliliiil j ADLAI E KorJuilffo Court of Of Illinois f TEVEN10N AiiikmiIh Practical Painter with the iisLstnuwuf It is ffunnui tlu lativst improved and powennl machinery ted to give satisfaction Will cover one half more spuco than lead and oil mixed by hand Sent freight paid tor lo per gallon tjyOne reliable dealer wanted in etich Send for ndor cards etc to town mii Tlio iiiiin fur mIuhii llnxolrlKK KiitUlor or I lie I1110I Olllci For CuiiKress Kltli DMrlct JUDOK M O LI8LK For Circuit Judge I II JAMKH II HAStouWm Of MonlKoinory County rwii Lion Paint and Color Works LEXINGTON voUmI KY lor AHIUKY lor UkIIt MU Tlio limn lor lnin Hull voli of t lit Itiml OlHco il fcaTSPKNCKU COniKIt Agent llnxcl Oieeu Ky itH J TAYIOK DAY FLOYD DAY COUNTY CLKHKri CKHTIKICATK Of Clark Countv I I Htati ok Kkntimkv i A KKDWINK Of ItrtMiililit Coiiniy For r pOUNTYTIUKKT Ulnrk II WIIITNKY Chrk of llio MoiiIk Ml IIOIT now ii liuluo of llio Ioiirl nf AiiiioiiIn ol Konttiokv Htorlhitf Ky VOTKH FOU J W AHlllUV A NKOItO lor ItiKlMrrolilio lnml OiHo AOAINHIM tlo IKlll A WIIIIK MAN uhHi vmo In lomnlnl loINKY poll hooU on lllo In iiivoIIIims flock 0 A Will I J ii IHIMIIII ry Coiiniy 1I1M 1 Imirt rill tlml W no Anjjust Ssi In i k liohMilo ami Uotall Doidors In LA rorSherlll JONAS F V ANSA NT OKOIIOK W DUAKK WIiooin mv IiiioiI llilh AoutiHi J7 lMtJ Ity W II OVonnkii I Gensrai jnercnanaise IIAZKI IIIIUIS KV Uimhuiih which come lo uh from the many couutle of tho mnuntaln injure sfrs un that our next Appellate Judge will be Ior Mi Milt IiuIkh Wo are itullinrlioil to announce JamcH II llurclrlKg the brilliant burrlH ItulKn HKNItY LILLY iin u ciuiillilulu lor Mr tor or Mt Hteillog fako that Tho iil Indue Ii tlioTwentythlrd linllcul dis Judge Holt hit been trying tn play the trict oiMiiHmuil nr llin counties 0f fat people wild doe not go The iiuipwon hoc WnlAt llrcuililu anil MhuoIIIm know the man to bo a partisan Uepub For Appellate luilK licau uolwilhxtniidluK hi elliirt to diio Wo iiro autlioiliecil In iiiiiioiiiht liuli o II HOLT um u cnnilliliilti for rtMtlti its gulmt tlie factbefiiro aDeumoratM and they luityiMit tho Conn or AiiinU til dm N are determined that Democrat nhall eat voinber election IHUJ of the pie in uhich hon had IiIn linger Fur UoiiiiiioiiuttiiltliN Athmu y Kveu tlomu who like Judge for year Wo iiro lUilhurUod loiiniioniior JAMKH Holt an a man ami a cltleu reason thut II MAHOPM Kn r Ilrmihld onuntvns he Iiiik had enough and that a Democrat a oandMiite for Ioininniiweultlis Attnriicv nIiouIiI now have a chance Then again In I lin illstrlot couipnuod or llrcatldtt Kstlll they say Judge lael rlgg I every way 100 MUKOIHu Olid Wlllro COtllltlcN an well equipped a Judge Holt a fact Fur ClrMiili Olork Wo nro itutlinrixud in announce II M that no man can deny and for thl rca COX hi u oiimlliliitu for Intuit Clerk of h in aro dlpoNid to make the change MorKiiu enmity Kluotlnn Nov 8 itMit There U no doubt in our mind that Judge llarolrlgg will be tho next Appellate WliKN Judgii Lilly iihniiiiiiuI tho rohoH Judge and we believe It mifo to nay he of olllco llrcutliltt had 1S Coininon will alway be found pitting where wciilih cuhohou tho dookot but now him he In not directly intorcntcd in the cane Kiu of Uiil nothwlihHtandnK thut Let every Democrat do hi duty ami Ha 8Hulnl Jiidgo Hoihvhio wlpod out 100 Kolrlgg mife cniimj Wolfo liml 81 cuhch and now thoro FiHuviuui In thin luo of our paper nrn Jii7 h kuIii or 2IW ICnlll had lilt end now low M I a Kln of 100 TIiuh we publish profit opinions from all over wo find that in thrco tountlon o77 Com tho district and the Indication point to monwoalth ciokh Imvo uuiiiuiiilatod and an overwhelming victory for Hon Mar cum 0 LiMo HI opponent Mr KukhoII wo intiHt hoar in uiiud that liuluo Uod wlno distorted of 100 othor oumm or thoro doe not npHar to bo in the race for CongrcMH in tho Tenth dUtrlct and the would now ho MtaudliiK imy h HdmlnlHtrntlou of juntlco a total UcouhlicaiiH aro Miowlng vorv little on Mr Lixlc in of 1177 utiHfM Tlutm nrn frljjhtful llguroH thuHlaiou for hi election tho meautiinc I making an active can ti ooutoiuplato hut faulM and I1uiom piivo thorn Tho dookot horo unulo up van and from the Fpper Handy valley doinonHtratoH that ho U too hIow for tho where he wiih hint week the mocteucour- Ho can not be iicutmiiilntliiK hon Hut what of chch aging uowh coiuoii too IiaIiim trimly lot m look a little fur at all point and vlnlt pernonally each thor Into liU ollloial record and moo voter nor can ho tqicak at more place All Within a year ho htm had threo felony than he ha already appointed in the dlntrlct nhould there wiWM from Hreathltt rovored and a like Democrat nuinhor from thU county From tho fore exert peclal Interest In IiIh behalf othor t ountic of tho dUtrlet wo have no and ee that all the voter arc In lino for Ho will make us a good rep diuu at hand hut It In reaxouahle to Htip Mr Llxlc Poho that In moiuu of tliimo counties ho rcHontallve ami wo xhould hco that we liml Hi leant one or two more cane ro make him tho blggent majority over ae vcrned and It lumifu to say that lu them corded any man in the dUtrlct iiIno tho hch have Mteadlly iuuumuatel OlU candidate for ulurlUwIII have no aaliiHt him In view of thin aHtotiudintr oppiHition Mr Wilxon who contemplat state of alliilrM wo can not nee how any man ho hit politic Domocratlc or He cil making the race having withdrawn puhllcan can nupport Mr Lilly lor a We ate glad to know that Mr Diako wo believe Mjcoud turin On tho other hand Mr will not have opposition as he dimcrve the place ami we think Mr Itcdwino Iiiik domoiiHtratcd hoth ability Our candidate for inol onorgy in dUpo dug of ckhoh on tlie Wilson aciod wisely circuit clerk Jonas Vanuatu will alo docket and wo fall to hoc how any man have a walk over can rofiimi to vote for him Clearly ho Irtlu every respect tho man for the piano In tlroiitliltt liuluo liml our faith in tho Intelligence of tho lion M C Indo will make an active voter of thU dllrlot prompt in to pro oaruoM member of Congress if ho be did that Mr lUlwluo will he tho noi exulted to that pultnu Heiseertalnlv lodge of tltU dUtrlct Let Deiuoirat a hustlur and that Is what it mkt- - ni and all other good citizen mo that ho liruliluilkl ti j nsiiKuMi u uvvMHMn xlinll he Mtnli for lledwlue Tho man who Is slow about his own Â¬ LEE COUNTY HI A Hmelal train bearing the chief olll Illnn MHllli 1 lau I the road pasid up on the 10lh They were joined at thl point by Judge D II Moloney ex Judge O W Uourloy and S P Stamper county at torney Their object was to locate and rebuild a road that was damaged by the railroad near Talega Tho school at hi place under the su pervision of Miss Josio Stamper bus been suspended during the pasi week to have the house repaired The petrous have IhOU busily engaued at work nud ere long we will have a house that will beau ornament to our community Charlouu infant daughter of Dr A M Arnold who we recorded last week as improving Is again very low with Mux ami not expected to live Mrs Lenora Simins of Oakdale has IhhH vi dliug relatives and friend here during tho past week Howard Coo made our community ra dlirit with his smiles last Sunday Track laying on the W cV II railroad will commence next Tuesday D It Ilobbs ha i returned from Louis ville Dr F M Thomas of Kol Is In our midst Oct 211 LOIIKNA corn of lust Largest Stock and Lowest Prices of any house in Kastcrn Iun tncky liive Stock Saw Loos School Claims and Country Pro duce taken in exchange fur goods or on note and accounts Â¬ Â¬ Seeing is Believing And r m gvflt hmfi warn lnnii ffiJRlj Vrtiletlcs liolii On- ijyiiiUitr - not Mtnpie it is v I l O Av3mI words mean much but to sec The Kochchtcr will immess thu truth more forcihlv All metal touch anil MUtulrss anil made in three nieces unlv SK XO it is aholutfy nnt unhwkiiHt Like Almldins NiSSiS oi out ii is inuccii n womicriui lamp lor its mar- Â¬ velous litlht is ourcr and briehter than onq liobr softer than electric light and more chceiful than cither timV rr tlii atnuip Ton Kihiiksthh Oi K mil it If the titiupitrntrr Knlirilcr iiiiil Hie lylr nii toil inl lo os lor our new hnnt llliintlnlril rulnlour nnl r Mill rntl mhi n xrtfrly liv sunpic in wncu u lKXIICSTICU IATIl 0 ikt IfoiU tJt IMrU rxiiiiH onr choice ol over UOOU Vlare Nw YerU lf y HP IiIimiI The Rochester Klt MORQAN COUNTY Miifmn UIIIon You must think that we have gone back on Cleveland and Stevenson and Tun lliuiul because wo have been been silent so long but we havent No sir never I The fact Is we couldnt write for rejoicing at so many prominent lte publicans like Walter Q liecham Judge Cooloy Wayne MeVeigh Hen J 1 f Ohio and many Cox oXOovernor others coming over to the refreshing shade of the Democratic arly What Is the country coming to Why to Orover Cleveland and Adlai K Steven sou just a fast as It legs can carry Wo may all do good while the days arc going by Henry Iox Is gaining about twenty seven a day K H May icturucd Friday night fiom Louisville where he had been In attend mice at the 1 rand lodge Mlcs Ora II Cecil and Lnla Hurl of FkcI paid our town a shoit visit yester day Mrs 11 A Sample and daughter Itosie It aio on the sick list Oct 21 WiviiiibiH I 1 TUC TOPICS OK Till IIWI Mh itrv lulklni ttloul ulmslmll ir ikv uM IirM Tarlll IUIiiiiii Vo lint tho linlleMiio lalklnu olllir Kino Fnriiitiirr tool lnnr clititp lltoy eioi luiv it iVom QoM fgmwF VST Jobixaaon iii Oanaptoxir k 3y Imvo Jimi iiililoil lo my stool ir Ooiiontl MorehamlUo tho taritesl anil iuul eoniplolo lino nl Furniture mi luiiiitlii in iliN riniiiirv tool mI uuihi iiriii tn o un nin lie liml at Inilichiir nr loxluulnii Nt niino mill n uimmIm ihmI got pi lees horiire Inlying oUoh here lllliy Vlillia UIO N K4MU Ml MMptol Wholesale Boots and Shoes LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY II GREEN HUFFAKER ki CO Ihkkn Kv To tho Tnido or Kioitorn ICoutuoky CouIIjuouh to Haol Oveeii May 10 lSJ- - have this tlay completed arrangements with tlnv above named lirm and will handle their goods in large piiin tities We especially in ite an inspection by the morchaiiN as we are prepared to duplicate any and alfpnecs iptoted in Wt llli tntil Louisville Ciiiriiiiwiti r Nlereliants can buy these goods almost at their dooiMind save large freight bill NVe are prepariMl at any and all times to furnish these guwN in any and vrv quality me mul price ask i All 11 Kntile t UesectfullNVc b Th iiIHJ I IIIH Aro Still lloMultnif hi i SUM WMII MIL I Kepivsenled I Kl J ItKKN J yu DAY 141892 Ph D llaxel Jiven CO KN SIIIKIIIL j ii Tin Couilcidoiiruitl of Monday con taluud thoolliclal ballot for eduoatlonal iurno only and full hiMtrucilons to voter Whlo H will be ImpoMildo fur ii to publish the ballot we can ami will reproduce the liiHtruotloUH to voter which wo jommond to tho careful con ldiMnllnnfSytll our leader without wijiijqmotc rKiml Jtjmiuli llnwevor thenafiMit the Demmiatlo ticket HUlHtpiiiii till can oc douo ov xiiupiy prcwllitif the Ntcucll in tint blank tpaco beneath tlm rooNter Tho ballot loe thu rest IrtHllO Hoo liiHtrtictlouH in not week i IllHt pUUO p Uolltlilil Prcsldeiil Of lie tourse f and an ulluential member of the Cniun Lciilmic allilrs will bo slow theic Wo hope that who has made a fortune as a mauufac- PUlKMisiewiiiKeiaiuilvoioontneMii Uirrt w ol l0 tHMim Wo have been imulr- orNoMunhcr fim md this vear He has mK ino as to Julmi Llsles pnwpects iu this w 0im t Kinanoe Committee of the county mul have failed to hear of a Dem- - Vum UIIK0 niHlB tonnulttce do Ah fur ncrnt who will not vote for him XUX w lirlir or MvH llrB n Kw i M KH nT uw mioi pMVy r Ml rr 11X0 IIOl Olll majority In this county Jaokmou mended him to those who have the best Hustler Interests of the country at heart and to support and Merlin Vosslselui viiuuu couflrnis have determined him Tho Courier tho reports that Iroat llritiiiutho United Ivoto for Jrovor Cleveland Journal Slates and Uormnnyaro all iijjjreed that the present situation In Sjinioals iiuup IcorgoW UorKrr of St bmiN was portable and hut the coiixcutlou mud found muhleied in the willows on the bo amended mil bank lik iK r IV mn f j1 1 IVJJ nsM l1rr 0 1VWL V OPENS SEPTEMDER I I N UM k lll iims ol SIiIn Is lollnos IUWeiow MmIm lliullieillUK - loilsiKlpeieek in pih Hie Mnilhs M m ihi JAB K PATTERSON lilnwiie apph l Lnxlimton Ky FEDBR 113 HO W SILBERBBRG Third Stroot F - CO O wu CJjOTJII Pcj noproaontod by M CINCINNATI numo CRINKLEV FIRST CLASS JOB PRINTING MMNtMIMIUMIMIMMMMMWMMMMM I lt7Hur1li1l rlr liiiiiiinn Otirroitc Allliniry nrtlIM Wi j UthwuI iiutHimiiIii III Ml Sterling i NintSwtwiiui hurt uii lust Hmunlny an hud I Imihtille nimI Umi Im lutii INlnrf Iiml H HIH tUT MKIUIM UllAtttfh iwiHIi Jmltvml itUtilet of KVutuvky mi Iwii hervMurt uiiiiuuiicimI but III nluoo I Ulll iin- liuiuliilll Trade IHMi rr Hi iiiwiia AniiM Ivtllti wn lllletl liy linn Iniiitfl nitieklniru Iv3liIi L I ItVUU III JlllltlO mill il illinium ului InlLul hi Mlftll in it AUVrlfPlMlMi IIATIW lraiin- - TilIf lll llll IIVIIIIII lln l wui wilh Atinriicy liiirtM ilMrlcl DiniiuiTiit innl wliv jliy Iik liiwrtml for lea ilimi I iinnl uiiicrsHliuu il inIlo li wni piUMi on ite niv -- ih ill li r eeni un lnrli for ill flrsi riHiiHimi lriuli 1 ft IP Ml Ulll till III II Ik llll tlllll 1 l rfpwn Mill HUI T vmoliliS IHIoiil purlin iiml lu i tktr inll ti iliHljr AtlnfmV ibMiiMitUMglli Il iiiiiilo U Inwnlilo wu M rnNKiitxT AnvinrriHisu ypur l 1 Wal MEN fun lnr MfulHlini - Herald in jF y i M7IMP kUMMmMMMTIt MWWMnMMlMHWWMNI THt OfWClAl Wo VOTU OP I8M j WOtPG OOUNTY Vir Mnryntt Our Niitf iVtMriififim vlroUin held In Hip 11 Iliiitiljinwi JfcT HurUUni r j kffiJHEIIlll mmAnrJ lv rnulmt Hi- l 11 irti I 11 - -- I I I- i TJi - ID iUi fMiint ill llOlltll III HI ii iiiMiiihnii itvr i iraiiiiMiiim if ftfl INlllHI f JlnvlirV IIIIIIHlNMIIIIIIlllltlHI im i i 181 00 IJIicml mil iuiU Kn wii IhmI iioili rmlmtf ititi 1 niipllenilmi In mi Inifur atlvnillMimuili - i Kiiult s Inleispnnwl iiiimiiu Hrmillilll l i iimiIn n Hue villi a dU- Iliiv ii Iiiil uheio tlhiy inn it nmtitli lUltll unnl nl In i m AIM i 13 IlW TIM m III UW7 I kmi line itiiliniilii tributes wikv tmiuli It w the IIm Wi- - iiiMt ic mill IH I He a Mlnl at ntil puhlMi at i eoni n linn liliHurli NJiirrliKt mill deulh immIiih tint nxocodlug diciled ami iiuhtlslu i Itll ihi Ion lln iiiiiiniNciiir willf IVrrs It1 Iilcliil JHil t m virs 1 mi nr III 1 In oiihihiiKi iIIiiho who vi n weak In tlio rullli j miIoh Omul Siinnlliitg wlm has inun ior iiuiiu inr miiiio nun hinI linn nioMtl to Mniitlilll voiinty on ilit IumiiI of Ilo U iiIhiiTivk ug hln Inotlier II W Sprmllliig In a log lumiier ami no coin hum M lou LvkiiiN luin unt i iiuiutil iin IlMII llin cailMliHof tills lUlll CollgliH MIJ nor nioiial illxtilel lu 1I10 lulcic i of lie Ih in He Iiiih inado npei olios In oerailo parly Vfiltl 111 nearly if not ulto ovoiy oouniy lu the 1II1I 111110I1 Impnliiii iiml r NI tnr xviiin I i u iu ilRiiRi r N iii in Nnim illilm 1 ImhJv lmMlAvllttrl ihimUmI i t nm lvu u Hiniiiiry ttiliniiiil1 rlV umin fnnu 1I10 Ihh nnuhim lrmmip nil Ki wilir STiEEL 13S El MASN P m LEXINQTON i Iliiii Dubois lib nail li ih rMtii Kin webb its bmiNv illc K - v WATCHES I IC DIAMONDS CLOCKS Iiull Willi Totals Ill 71 m A m mn Ml xw 11s 111 i 1 rllllM Hill tM JiMiim in on m NIMJMMU - ItlUMM li mmi rnopKll Ilael lireen K v I Mil liti WIA flllT 1117 HMi Mm riMHi lliin Ihoii wlfo of IVinIiIoiii llur illid TiiomI iy at 10 M Sixty mlllloii iHiijilo niiiiiitliiyiMsnli tliii 1ic ciilln liNiitlllcllnii SliirllllIiuikKiuiil IVpnty llorton wimo lioro Wiiliiimliiy ilUtriliitiiiK tlio Ilocilon lnhillii wo niiib Mrn bin Diiy wluwij llliii1m now nlilo to iittiinl ioiiiil IhhI wi ik - Iniiiis Kv it ail In umilvml vnlnn tm IiiiiiiiiiiioumIiIiii Altniiiev la li lelier Co riMMiMllriil ni KltNTli K Ulllri ill Hid UinwilN it Si j I Inliii W IIimiiIIiv nl Slnlo ivlllilu iiml Iiii lln- Iliiiimuiiueiillli ttti ttii1 Iiiiili itiillv Iiml tlit iiImii 1011I luiouulim N liiit iiml IdiiiiM nipv ul ti riliit n ii llie vnln t iii In lite ilnillou Inr Clronll I - Siitnr 11 dlnlrloi There begins hen today a holhieni mottiug to ho loiuliioteil hy the mini lorn of the M K ohuroh South and o he paitUlpatod in hv all wlm feel willing It will ooutiuilo lor noveial dtiyn Frank and Jaok Cougletoii are maklui ironarat oiih 10 ntari un a Monm illntll orvnoar iho old Dr Coiigloluu ronldenco aliout oiiohalf mllo from town lion D It Hedwliio wan heto Satur Ilo day looking after hln oamlldtioy made npoech which neciuod to lie well 11 Solid Stllrcr AHl 1 Optical Goods I Trimble Bros WHOLES LE M WllOOi n toiler lioiiMilinli A ImVU iliitii nuillnai III the CliiiHtliin rlmrili nlniMi Ini pri nii iiml Sunday W11I1I011 other mluhiirs Hiv Mr nro niuilitct f tlio norvloiH IllntnlV who niiis hotui iiIimmiI MiiiC liofon tin rtMinion of thii Oipliun irinilonl IiitIh wiih in lown Wiiliohilny Ilo U now ilmkliiK IniniN with Iriiiiiln Hen IikiiIciI lit A Iiml SoiiilpiiNcr iiml wife wlm M KiihIi mill ImitiilinK with tiny iiml ilrluliinu Swnnno wlfo for leu llloluiril Imvo Ihimi 1 wrtter mi hfi for ihilr homo t WlniliiMor Ilnirxiliiv moriiliiL Mr Olurk iln conMiutir Iiiih liciin work on tlio now hull for Mlrpuli loilo K k A Imlooil nil Mn ni lliin plnio tlio friiiuo work of tlio litiililliiK Iiuh lioon cut out niwl John DnvU Iiih iiIniuI com pletod thoplllurx fur I ho fouuiliitlou Molllo DoukIiihm who In imtctl m A toiieluir of umiitour iniixicul iiml ilrnin allconlorinlniniiit H in Ontrul Kontuoky Inn hud olnirno of oilit hnndrod oliihlroii iluriti her lorniH of tuition 11111I in an liulefiitlKiihlo wnrkTf Loxinmon lliin MIhh irntid Koutuckiitn Tlio report roiiolud lioro Woilnomluy that Old mid Wlloy ToIIvt and a man iminid Howard woro killed at llotowu In Uowiiii eon niy Monday nlxht No In Mipponed wiriiiulurK are known hut it tlnit the Tnllvorn 011 0110 ultlo and Mow nnl anil othern rot into a euerul light Whom llmt mako Ih the pidn would doHtroy they iudloatort that hulj mad in 111111I Lilly Ilo a gouo KoHlii lieiiniH Tilii llniiAln uriied the lilii mitn ho Hhiuly hIiIo of IiIh olllolal teeoid which doen not uiako a food hIiow and liokiiuwrt hlh olllolal oaner in coniiiiK m 11 clone M The truth hurM 1 I II t011 tiny o the Atwator luiu Ihr Minpany va a muni of the I Inline WoiluoMlay Ilo Iiiih junl ret inn Judge II C Lilly wa a guest nf the oil from WIhooiihIii and miyn tlio Deiiui UKAlKIt IN Day house mi Weduinday last hut stay emu of thai Htuto are juliihiiit lie Wo did not a shnri time lliltiku WImwiihIii Ih Kitlely in loraile od hero only have iho pbimnro ul seeing him but to iiml Mr Atwator who Ih a ltepulilieaii I1111 a reporter of I in llifAii ho staled that lual0ill 111 loudnnil ehellon e wo bad treated liim unfairly ill llmt If he II von until Nov H 110M Unelo redid nut give IniiIi shies ol bin olllolal Hhu Katlilll will vole the Deiimoiiilio Tim Judge perhaps lorgetn that In cord llekol He wiin llll years of ago mi July all Union pnsi wo defended him against rt 18112 ooneetly informed who assailed him and that In Iho hurry Noiim UiPUii SritiKr and if weaio Iiiih iilwuyn voted he Denuioratle lieket liicideul in a political campaign we should LHNINOTON KY Wlmro U lien iiuoihor voitr over one it iiimi ir Ihi I ho OMliseo inmi Iniiulreil yeaM of iiko 111 Koiitnoky Mr vn Tim lnkl neullkl In the Stale Is m llll nf hln icculil nubliohed Ilo iiiiui llils Itmini ami orleex on evert llilnu the Itutlllle while leoliio will on I ho day In iiiwtnlulv ii hard man to please Wo it t i mi Ii Imi loii In 11nIiiuioii i i iiiiiiu in n mvnivii piovo hlh hilili hy hh work nllOlllll tlllllK UeilMIll nimiK Hlal mako bin oriirs uiulci I ho roonter lliiLnomouieu nevi HIV Hum 11 LBJD FOR SPLE Tim riiiiiii r uii ni llnurv Clnr ki nw win u lluvv Ii ivm got enough rccnt Indlcaibus ii looks like Mlekoy living lUIII Daynboroughwill Ihi piciehed by llov W nlll kIvo him nmo linn lie U Davis un AMMs Ol LVNII T ftinilny tholiuih Inst nl llm ohuich III want --CI Ul Itf m Turn ill Siailnu nu tin K I I i ill i i llllll I llll IIIIIIIII III Ill Illllll VHIIIII1I Ml I IK n mm iiij ii in iv inn riiinw lllil htrOllg IVIll III unIliieo iho liinerul ola ohlbl ol Janien II Lmilo John Wlreman nl Wnlle niiiilvat llm I mirt Immo d HUT III IMth hnmiitu will bo pieaobid by llm samMi7 futhor of C C rmiiplna no the in VlrH l I In run Hlnii Hilnlstor asslntod li llov umviiiiiii of tlio llael Orcon Mill i i 1892 In November krltnlifi ho Uillken Ills lioiuo First mUllUdy iv liy Mliuani In tin roeelved Mnnlnciilli liiiliniitl ilUdltM of KmilurUy nl Dr J II Stamper and wlfo have rtv llin A itmiti nlnnllnii Ishll no ulimui lot llm turned from tliolr vink to LouUvlllo hIkIiiiiI inltiniH mi tile lu hi iillli o I - ls TKvriMnNvwiiriiiiii ih io linn a UUWto Haulney him jimt returned from Ivstill county IS iiiiin hci itiv hmiil mill nuiihnil ui nil A T Hurnt In on hnnlnotin trip to - - elnl Mtil In hu iiIIImmI Uonn tit ISiiiiU Louinvillo lull 1I1U InIi tlnv n Uilnlinr IMU lnlls V Iliniiv Snev iirstiitn Hii OetJV Ily Knw Iiauu Ahi HoVy Sinto J Jiiht nlier iho olioiion il wan openly The Another isnrenpoidcnt wrltcn eharmd hy ininy ul the friomlnnf Tay MiiKonlo luill tngother with ho Haukn lor Ilium that lie hud Wen nliumcfully v Tiki ntock of goods uud oiitllt of ox lodge No llll l i A Mi ami Lvklim Ih thii a fact an a Iom In traded oil burned hint lodge No Jilft I O 0 I Hpeotlon of the return woum to iudlonio night Jlth ItiHt and If mi what will llninlV frloinln now On last lrliluy evening on Stlllwutor do iilnint II In Ivitlll I Allys own 001111 a loo W Diakeaud myself were ret urn ly WIiIioh majority wiih SA whleli wan luu I mm Uii Cltv I was thrown from largo for lint county Ilurnt hint the my borne ami hiuoly encaped an untimely oiiunty hy JIIO In Iotolior Lilly re death I wan taken to Mr DrakVnhouno whore every attention wan paid mo by eel veil TilH vi ton 111010 than lltirni while himself and fmiillv that any one could in this ooiiuty llurnin homo Lilly got wish I wlnh to thank Mr Drake and hooiillro Kepiihllenii vole and II more family for their kiuduenn to mo 11U0 the ihan llumt Hhowitig hat there wiih no oliicim of Ciimpton for their friendly Interest manifcHteil lu mv behalf treae lerv on ihirnrH part Mloiier ih Da Vll llANKrt Cauipton Oct Ul Iho homo of Murrn and INlill the homo Turrfitt TlnklliiUN A glanco at iho roturiiH from of Lilly Oeo Hone who him been putting in ooiiiilioN hIiowh hat there wiih tltoMi two Who miieblnery for J W Uoyd t Co on Holln rioinotliiiiK rotten in Denmark The Crook wan found dead to day Did Judge Lilly foul doetorn nay bo hail dropsy wan lOHpuiihihlo Ho had been Iliomi nro iUiHtlouH very nick but wan up and out when ho IiIh running nnit whleh frienilHot Tnylor Hurhlln Wolfe wan found Oeo W Drake panned through to day mid llionthltt nro norlmiHly ooiiHiderlng to the and neomci In good spirits 011 account of ami for aimwcr we eati only point no opponent In nberllln race Wo are glad Huh for Hod to hear of it as wo think leorgo in the llguroH they dont Ilo wine and the Dvimoorallo rooster iniin to make un a good olllcer Oeo W Martin bo lumber man for There wiih a man in town hint week W W Henry of Huulugion W Vu In We are glad to see him and hy llm way one of thenivou children hero again monlioucil in tlieno ooIiiiuiih loeeiitly The funnels nnom to be in great need remark of water They have to drive tliolr ntook who Ih loday prohahly iho iiiohi Ho Ih 87 for miles on account of rain uhlo politioiaii in Kontueky Kil Saulnberry leaven to day Tuenday yearn of age and If ho liven to vote at for Mlddlenbourough Ky to vlsll bin iho Novouilier election will have voted brother nixtynlx linen In ho HiikoI Ireou pro Ilovd left last Wednesday for bin A for a short visit eiiiel oaeh and every vole Indng cant lor home nl Merry Ky lield Oeo W Ulco vUlted frloniU at Clay iho Deinoerailc iioiulneen and never of any kind no far an wo are in City Sunday olllce Ho linn III children grand formed Lokiv A heavy cold ring wltli the IniT W iiildo The Under will bo chlldien and grcni grandchildren only tial graiidchlld -- and out of the liberally rewarded by leaving at thin one great olllco enllio lol only eighteen have xtrayod from Iho Denioemlio fold to he Itepuh llcaii rank- - The gentleman referred In SIGHTriSWMS U 1m hum Cox a hrolher of Uncle Hilly si lately dcceaeil and nf Dr II K Cox Ami all w hn Mould retain II slmiibl enmuilt of Ml Slcillng there lining the only three brothers Imltn mnl rniioiiitiiiMMiltir 11 1 It 0iri OelltliOauibiflorThrtCru1nfltiri iiiniincu Aril Jlrt kdUlilcnUndtl00 TT JEL II in iutu You will i t Ih uit l rllf tiWn4 tUfti nr Uhtn nr irlUnt tlnl V to PoU Iit vfiywttir MAIMMN A MntninUtt nd Aillim and or Oonmmptlnn In Out it 0iih GBOCBAS MT STKULINO KY JrtonNlunaieiitH of iiruducn nmj lluf pairomiie nl Mniinlnln Meiehanis respect Jwllly hilly Millellnd - WH0L1WALH DKY OOODS NOTIONS IIOOTtf SHOluSC lotlly CATIKTTHIUMUI w Ill 1 D H CARPENTER DINUKKLDKU wini wihjhSterbahi wiNcniwniit ky N KY II I J DRY WITIirUHIOON It l Prenlileul lllNTKlt Cnshler Paid up OiipiTnT CO I M ItOBfNSON Iinportiim ami ilolibers of SurphiH ti urniTMHj 1 WHHK i- 20000000 - This Hank niillnllN the aeenunU nf inrr ehants farmein triolein and Imnllitsn men i ami ollnrs lln nmul lllieral terms witiiiu inn iiiiuis ni iiiriHipniiii GOODS AND NOTIONS ii the - riiiiiii iviitiiini otiMniuern every niolllly iilol rr legilluiate liaukbig - oeIHlv ii Non fti7 nlM and All ir- - ytw lo www - Went Main Street KY Traders Deposit Bank MTHTIOULINCL KY OAlMiAl 10U1HVIIIK D0 il f 200000 W W HtntntH Iresbleut THOMSON 110000 HHCK IIKTWICKN LIKE 1 M I HIIHTAF1 I KIIIKPATIIirK Vlnn WvhIiIviiI CnUtlcr Roinweii antf flaze Green v I WerepiClhilly nnlltdl Hie InmlmSdofiner ehants farmers traders ami hinduiM men ueuorallv tlirntiliniil ICoslnni Kenluoky A live un t leaven Itotli oil every iniirnlmr general hanking loudness ilmie Vullaek H UU ami iirrlvm at eluiliee In seiul ynil a Inmk linnk nay your Hiiiiilav exeepleil nl you niniiey when lu nenil Leave lliunl eheekn mot loanW Hiuel lln fii at AIU 0 M W THOMIHON Cnsb Ireeu every itmriiliiM ami eniineetliiK Inr Ml SlerlbiK iieelnMitli train ami lmiiHvllle almve placim llin oelnek arriving nl Itnllinnll at J lib he K V V Niiinlav nxeeiiletl S S III A A I nl M hi pari leu can nut in llm nuiiiu day Ihey leave lliixel There Hie K for lnxliiglon Imnklnrl Irabi com ITS BiniAUfiR HiieeesNiirh In 7 SON A J A IiMt Co K Y K Main HritKier IKXINOTON 1 ltiilhH and children traveling wllhuut tutiirt will lie kindly eared Inr Wn havn nhl experleiieed drivers Yours reMiootfiilly FARE Each Way Jiilftir TAllOlt K X 2 Wlinlemilo Dealers In Sfraleht Kentucky Whiskies o Wlnis Brandlis DulUHK D A It LOOKHAUT KINK OLD WIIIHKY A mKOIAITY 011 A UH AND TOIUOCO Tarr and Old Taylor Agents for Ohl Piigli Obi Iupper Old 3D3EITTXTr I7KL KY MOS H Jo P KIIY i G FEDER Cut Prlo IH1 A 107 DAVIS Wiihi LuiiitTV Kv Houiv i IIAOKHTHKKT BETTMABBR0SJ00 Manufacturers Oil niNciNNAn ninrt IIOHl OIOVICS HLANKiriH HlH IKNDKKN iiml all kinds or maiiH wares mid nllmr uomls In Notion mid ruriilslilug loniU Mae II OTIS W SNYDER DIAMONDS of Clothing mit rNDKIlWKATirNilAWIJI W IMMtl HP CINCINNATI li SPECTACLES Do Business With a Homi Institution TIIK CLAY CITY t 0 FiuiiiivTiT MTIIIlikUii 1 Â¬ JEWELRY National banKi CI AY CITY KY UK Chureh Hlrert New York VtiHpecliil altenllnu to mall order MT IMtUMITT WATCHES Cnpitnl rioYH DAY I 1 1 J i - - Khiiu ar I I No Hank In Kimlern Kentiiok has hitter vaults mil heller laelllllen lor keepiKoiir MniHtMil entirely bv hniiie penple aeeiiuul mIio know vou ami ilm are aniays leady to iieeiinoiimlale you i man irniiiiniM ihuh Call nu us Irixldiml nJfiOOOO IIIASK II Ill HHIII Cashier WORMS WHITES OREM rrimrv THE WYTOWH U PIILL GO ViRMJBLGE Hns led nil Worm Ramsillct EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED FOR 20 YEARS UvnK vi- 1 Dlulrll u 1 I 1 - I1 1 work al tilt lou ml pi lees Niititiai aeemiiaiiiiiaimiin Inr eiikloiaeis Crmii a illnlauee Will hi iliirlimiil In iinr Iiiiiiiii null IM I I - riinuluu eniisiitiilly am oniiiK uie oesi in tn ft HOIl KV10HYWIIFUK TUUm HUHIUMHIWTIH mm I nirrsll y- 1 Maierrurlouer Un IW D rio MIM WMWM IVI ffRmfl fHT Hnfl Hfl S -- - HOSE DeBUSK WAWICAIi ul We do imi make theiu ami have no ileiiuuid Inr lluiii In our trade THE MAYTOWN MILL CO Blacksmiths and Waeonmakers Hlaekiinllliliib of nil kinds millilletl ami A moni Wiih l 1 ooiuidoio uiooii hluo illstllloiy MMiuniiiTr H r v win lrlnit r t LoSuvMiooy A Depu y M e iTttThH S I l t i mii Mihlm Dr Taulbev liU nil Hir pbvl I I In inn y H0 Ii md Lei in tin so Hull fNHMr nl IhU mi t V kl1 mtmto Will smb Miroi faybls ticket befuro v 2i HiVIhI - r ns Irt en reiiiMd ririhree uil lvlm amuw um nun in Jil7ll N W M VNKIII Maiuiuer Umu IU 1 oau ZZ SfiVingS XV mer r A W rdol I flnnhlp f Al MmiM ton UlUQOllldMliy I i- M - Ii -- ml S VoAm rXVr JSTJf Helling fWM JiStVVi IIAZKL OUKKN KY V lil MilH vuitniulued nimuow Ml MillHiKUiuotU iliiiitfi id ipeiallng iiiiuUshuer Hotscistoiuy un Ibii Triainasnot and a icr i th ImIM HII no llmiwl and thoeutlio neuioonuni puiv m under iho runs ilm in iuui umuio um Dink Of KinlllOkV fmul ilitlujj liy ulwu niuouable mu li Him liiieeinilly MIW I nri of euiiluu NMAY Thanking ton Ibr past PHlrouHgoHml sn it miilliiiwnee or Hie ttmiie w KlMK JliiilCoK reMinlly -- f1t r W MM Hazel Green Herald 8PKN0ER COOPER Publlihor HAZEL GREEN I t KY COMFORTED - pray thoc child bo comforlmt For thlno Is but tlio common lot And thnro will coma to thro a dny It may bo near or fur uwy When till theno trial thut dlimay Will bo romomborcd now Yotntlll aho wept tlio whllo I sought With wordH from holy Scrlpturos brought llur wouudod nplrlt to comtoto To tho Lords will bo reconciled And bear uubravoly now uiy child 1 I took her hand In ml no und Aalds should havo more than ono kind of meat ut dinner and theyve sent In no much victuals that Its just kept me hopping to cook it anil thou keep it from spoiling Tho collar is full now and things will Bpotl before they mn bo half oat up Well and this is what has been go Â¬ ing on wltllo I havo boon staying in my room trying to realize what has hap pened Kvldontly theso worthy itcph uws havo a full and realizing set so of what has happened As I sat In tho moonlight that night with my window raised to get tho cool Â¬ ness upon my heated forehead I hoard Â¬ voices from tho porch below trlof control T quotod nil tho Iltdlm I ktiow Itoclted poems not iv few I hoped would sweet submission loach Hut realized that nil 1 wild And all tho ikumukc I read Never oncn touched or comforted Tho heart I longed to roach What tihould I do In what sweet way Could I my sympathy convoy To one so overcome with Rrlof My prayers but little had uvallod Since aho tm bitterly bownllod And nil my beat endeavors failed To glvo tho leant relief Tlila Hood o 1oworlcMt to mttltfuto such woo In meolt despair I rose to go And turning Haw her tear ntulnod fnco It moved my heart with nuddeu thrill My eyed Vrlth tears beftun to I1U And 1 wnn sorrowful until My stepa I could retrace 1 had of prayer or psalm Indeed tho storm to culm Mo not n single word I said Hut round nor waist my arms I throw And jjnvo hi r Kisses not a fow And nht by many a sign 1 know Thut she wu4 comforted I Josuphlno Pollard In rt S Times n- lly hope und confidence beguiled Nor voice - thouuht MY HONEY How I Disposed of It and All My Tronblos wns by several years tho youngest the six children In my futhers fam- Â¬ of ily Tho others left home while I re Â¬ mained to oaro for our parents in their old ago Thoy both died within a few months of ouoh other and at the death of my father and the breaking up of that household Robert urged tlint we hu married at once instead of waiting us vu had planned to do Immediately after the wedding wo wont west and lie was honest begun life together and Industrious and possessed the love und oontldeneu of tho people anions I whom wo lived One day when Kobort and I had passed tho middle of life and were jog- Â¬ ging along tho down hill road still un coasolous that wo had started on down bill ho oamo homo looking palo and pinched with sulTorlng All that winter tho pain oamo sometimes but not sevoro enough to convince him that It was serious One morning in March he enme in looking 111 He would rest a little be fore breakfast In llvo minutes break fast was on tho table and J ante called His hat had him Ho did not answer fallen over his eyes and his head had fallen upon his breast When wo looked into his face I folt that life had gone und that 1 stood alone in tho world Tho shock was a terrlblo ono to my nervous system and It was weeks be fore I rallied so as to be able to look after my affairs Wo wore counted by tho rural people of our uoighhorh od us rich people Wo had not thought of ourselves as such but wo had much more than enough for our simple wants My own Inheritance from my father had beeu prudently Invested niul allowed to aooumulnte while Rob orts unflagging industry had made for us a competence He had long since provided that this should all belong to mo at his death save a fow legacies which ho bequeathed to tho sons of his only brother Alasl had my husband foreseen what nil thtH money would do for mo I tun mtru ho would never havo tints bur lened mo I had tho misfortune to My hus Loar a very mild manner bands nephews mistook this for weak Â¬ ness of will They each claimed at once the right of oaring for Aunt Mai vlny Robert because ho was my hus Â¬ bands namesake Frank because ho was tho oldest ami there foro tho natural representative of tho family I could imagine I Preposterous You novor heart my husband saying yet could tako oaro of yourselves Pretty mbjoots you to talco oaro of your utmt Hut my husband was not hero to say this und I was too ill to say anything lloth ordered their trunks soul to tho liouse niul took possession of the two Lust rooms in tho house My faithful Initio worked hard and tried to save mo trouble but ono night dto came to my room with tears in her I guess Ill havo to leave you uyos Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ think Noahs ark has about served its tlino as a carriage and can bo kept now as a curiosity The now carriage will bo dono next Wednesday Tho idea of as rich a man as Uncle Robert driving around in that old ram- Â¬ shackle My dear old comfort tho easy carry nil which could carry my poor sensitive back without a jar to bo stored I began to realte ac a curiosity had a will While I had boon that to tondorly oared for ilrst by my father and then by my husband It had been allowed to slumber Now I could feel it asserting itself and it boded no good for the managers below stairs Still I could not bring myself to turn them out of doors and thus make talk In the neighborhood Instead 1 would go away myself and close the house talcing Initio with me It was all arranged with her very quietly that night when she came up to bed At breakfast next morning announced my intention of going oast for the summer Roth of my nephews encouraged the plan You need rest and change Aunt Malvlny Frank said Yes Indeed Robert said and we can look after every thing hero Janlu can do tho work with us to manage Junle is going with me and 1 shall shut up the house Old Charlie shall go to the pasture ami stay until re turn I will put the key in the hands of J antes mother to look after the house and therefore shall not need anyone here Hut Aunt Malvlny wo havo been looking over the place and thought it best to have some changes made in the buildings The men will be here Mon day to begin work We may not be able to got them again so cheaply I shall have no changes whatever in the place at present ami perhaps never If you have engaged men to come you had better see them at once and tell them they will not be needed here The Robert made one more effort improvement on the house can wait but thooafrtnge house must be built at once to make shelter for tho new car riage Tho barn has always sheltered my carry all and can still do so As I have nl now carriage I shall need no shelter for It We ordered the carriage for yov be Â¬ cause you were not well enough to look after It yourself and it will bo hero next week If you have ordered a carnage you certainly will have to pay for It One more ollort to keep their foot tug You should have some man here to look after your interests and keep your business straight I havo a good man Mr Johnson he will keep everything straight am afraid Aunt Malvlny If you trust your business to these lawyers you will not havo much loft pretty I Â¬ 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ but tondorly cared for by her youngest Re Â¬ daughter and her husband sides this nleco there were three ncphows with tholr families living In this New Kngland city All woro em Â¬ ployed in some capacity in tho shoo factories there which constituted by far tlio grentor part of the business Their pay enabled them to llvo very comfortably but not to get ahead any as John expressed It They all there Â¬ fore looked upon me with tho awo and respect which human nature is apt to havo for that which It has not itself yet attained They seemed to regard mo as little less than a Vanderbitt or a Jay lotild and much as I tried to re move that impression I found tt impossible Hero is a sample remark mtide to one of tho neighbors whom I had mot 1 shouldnt Aunt Malvlny is rich much wonder tf she wns worth half a million John was nut to their house llvo or six years ago and ho says they had farms and cattle and money at In terost Not a chick nor a child in tho world neither Pretty good for you folks was tho Hotter not dis- Â¬ neighbors answer please her while shes hero At llrst I could not help being nmuKcd by these exaggerated Ideas but when I found it impossible to dispel them and moreover that It was a barrier between me and them which forebado sympathy I really grieved over tt They were kind and polite and very respectful but 1 longed so for their love and fullest confidence which I knew I had not secured I went one day to see Junto and al Â¬ most envied the humblo position sho held when I saw how completely she had entered Into the family circle and been made one of them sharing all their griefs and helping them in their smallest economics The days of June gave place to July anil August with little of the flcrco boat for which these mouths are noted In September Jante and I were to o Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ was roused into energy by this Junto loavo nicl Tm very sorry Mrs Rood but I cant stand tlio work Hut Junto you havo always dono tho work und had plenty of time to hpare Now do you want to go when I 1 airs Kood Thats It Mrs Hoed Id be glad to wtay with you If you wsa alone but tho two gentlemen tn tho house order mo about no and make such looking rooms that it takes ovory minute to got through tho work Mr Robert says I Mm to have soup ovory day and Mr Irauk says u man as rich us Uncle Rued am left all alone presented with a They till thanked mo happy heart poll to by but there was a constraint in their manner which showed mc very quickly that I had made a mistake When all had retired for the night Jeorge and Maria talked the matter over and my aciilo hearing proved again a misfortune when tho words be Â¬ gan to reach me I did want a black silk dress sobbed Maria and thought when she was so rich she would surely get it for inc The girls both cried themselves to sleep because theyve wanted gold watches so long and they thought sure Aunt Malvlny would get them some And Johnnys maddern a wet hen about that necktie Oeorge poor man like most men could not stand the tears so he com forted her in this wise Never mind Maria Aunt Malvlny dont look as though she could stand it long You and the girls can have your silk dross and your watches btmeby soon Just stop crying and go to sleep now Perhaps not At anv rato I will Cioorgos comforting words had their try eifect upon Maria Instead of going to I had begun Fnlteringly but I felt sleep she was soon discussing the plan my courage Increase with ovory fresh for of her house which attack and when we arose front the wasan enlargement to be furnished with a Brussels breakfast table I had announced that carpet and a piano in three days I would close tho house They also had their effect upon the During tho ensuing three days the unwilling listener In tho next room young tnon spent the greatvr part of tho time In their rooms smoking and whoso life seemed opening out Into lounging Through tholr open win- - longer vistas than ever before Tho gifts to the other families were dows I occasionally hoard snatches of of which 1 glvo a fow ox of a similar character to those for conversation icorge but I was careful to havo thefn tracts 1 delivered after my departure could Wonder what tho old hump hack do with her money any not endure another such pain expects to When I came to say good by they all how lot married again most likely hoped 1 would coma again soon You might as well spend your Shes just tho kind to bo looking for a money traveling as any other way again in less than six months man Ono thing I shall charge a good Aunt Mulviny Tho heat was intense during the enround prlcu for my services during tho tire journey Nothing like It had oc month Ive spent bore 111 Chica They took tholr doparturo without curred earlier in the season any demonstrations of nITeetion in go I bought a dally paper and In glanctholr good by It hurt mo exceedingly ing over tho headings this fastened my to havo to take tho stand I did for our attention homo had always been a hospitable one Fierce pratrio itros do great damage nearly wiped and these young men woro 1113 hus In Iowa Village of C Many farmhouses bands kindred Hut there was no other out by the Humes way and 1 knew Robert would approve much hay and grain destroyed and Janio was a comfort and a help to me even cattle and horses perish before itt tho long journey which I would they can be driven to a place of safety hardly have dared in my weak state to The high winds make it Impossible for utuko alone She was very happy too the inhabitants to do more than to save to bo able to visit her grandmother tholr own lives whom she hud never seen and who My home was lit ashes with everylived only a score of miles from my thing It contained indeed my only own relatives place of refuge was J tittles humblo Wont grandma bo surprised to see homo which was a little nuLstdo the mo She sent me a doll last Christ track of the tire My farms were mas and writes about little Jauie as swept clear of everything buildings though I was only ton years old instead j cattle crops of eighteen The little money wlch I had loaned I was met nt the station by my was to tho farmers tn the vicinity who nupltew tloorgv who gave me such a had lost all their laud I canceled tlio welcome that my heart warmed toward notes and delivered them to tho makers htm and 1 felt that it was good to bo Tills much l could do My land when among my khured Of my brothers sold would bring 1110 enough to enter and sisters all wore dead save my old- Â¬ air old ladles homo leaving a- bmall est sister ami sho was hopelessly par Â¬ surplus with whltth to furnUh noeus alyzed in body and imbecile in inhnl bury clothing I home He fore leaving I wanted to make a fow gifts something that should be a reminder of their western auntie and also tn such a shape that they should not bo the poorer for tho entertain ment they had given me Oeorges wtfu hud one black dress hor best one but It had been made over so many times that I was not puzzled to know what she should have for her gift A black cashmere of best quality with linings and trimmings and a greenback to pay the dressmaker Mmple gifts for tho other members of the famtlv made a good sized parcel Â¬ Â¬ whih opened atv Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J - of a nmult town in Saxony The duke of Argyll Is now known as such In the Hrltlsh house of lrrJs Heretofore this title was only that of 1 Scotch peer and the head of the house of Campbell was Huron Sundrldge of the Tutted ICIngdom Queen Victoria NOTIONS AtJOUT LUCK has now made the dukedom of Argyll a dukedom of the Tutted Kingdom Slioes to llrlnir Hood Fortune lturnliitf rcn John J Perry of PortmndMe Hoodoo Unnoted to Order came in at the tn one of the few surviving congress Â¬ A horrible smell that He served men of the antt war period library window made the visitor stiltF Joodness me exclaimed her host Â¬ two terms at Washington prior to 1801 There Is Susan burn He is well informed gifted with an exess disgustedly cellent memory nd enjoys fine health ing shoes again does she do and has a wotfderful store of rendu What Huming shoes tsLViices of the statesmen of that day that for It for luck sho says and 1 and generation Sho does Coat es Kinney author of The havo tried In vain to break her of tho which he wrote habit All of the supcrstltlonsof her an Until on tho Roof cestors sho seems to have faith In Sho after trying to gvt steep in the dormi- Â¬ insists that to burn old shoes brings tory of the Waynesvilto O academy good fortune and so I am alllictcil where he was ti student at tho tiuin with this kind of nuisance about once lives at Xenta f He studied lawwltli the famous Tom Corwin and practfeed a week n little Of late years ho has Hrcd in How very funny You may well say so I had a most easy retirement absurd conversation with Susan yes The Philadelphia Ledger nnnorrnees terday on the subject of koodoos She the death of John L Henderson who told 1110 that on ono occasion not long had been employed on that paper as ago she was taken quite sick and a compositor and proof reader for fifty professional wise man whom she two years It says Mr Henderson called in told her that she was be died full of years and honors II r was witched by a certain woman in tho admired and respected for his literary neighborhood This woman ho de Â¬ attainments as well as his faithfttlncsH clared had succeeded tn getting hold to duty and gonial manner of a part of Susans spirit and had put Paul H Dn Chnillu says that he has It in a bottle which was thrown Into always loved the young people Noaue tho lire The only thing to do under they are the only readers of his Ijooks the circumstances was to procure sonic of travel who lvlieve the tales of ad Â¬ of tho ashes from tho lire which were venture told in them lie has many to be found In a heap in tho womans friendships with small boys and in- Â¬ yard So Susan did as she was bid sists on their calling him Pant Mr got the ashes by stealth gave them to Dtt Chaillu is completing a novel of the wise man and paid him to remove life in the viking age to be published the spell from her und put It on the en- Â¬ late this fall emy lie did so and as Susan told It is said that Ros Terry fooke me tho person who bewitched her with all her ability and recognition as hasnt had a well day since a writer was not able to main much Ridiculous more than hor pin money out of her Poor Susan hail to pay the wise man literary work Ami Louisa M Aleotts twenty dollars for removing that hoo Â¬ fertile pen too wns not able to earn doo and she never feels any confidence enough money to pay tho expenses of that she will not at any time be as- Â¬ her sisters last illness until the sweet sailed by the mysterious influences heavted Reth beloved of all readers which may be invoked against her by of Little Women had been dead a As well as I can ill disposed persons hcore of years find out such wise men and wise wom The Australian premier Sir Icorge en make their living in Washington by Richard Dibbs who is making a tour going about among tho most ignorant through this country is the first native of the colored people and informing born Australian minister to visit Lon- Â¬ them that thev are victims of magic don While he was there the Queen and spells which can be counteracted knighted him He is about fifty eight and removed for a money considerayears of age and stands six feet four During the talk had with Susan tion tall and lit spite of his wealth yesterday she discoursed tit great length incheshis finds chief pleasure when at homo on the subject of luck opposing what in the use of a turning lathe in the she regarded as practical experience to spacious workshop he has had built at my incredulous theories his summer home near Sidney What did she speak of in particu Â¬ Palmer of Illinois Carlisle of Ken- Â¬ lar tucky Sherman of Ohio Allison of Well her talk was chiefly of what Iowa Huutou of Virginia Uiggins of Sho told mo she called sharp luck Delaware that the best way to fetch it was to peared in and Felton of California ap the senate last summer take two pins two nails and two dressed in gray Their clothes were cut needles and stick them In the ground from the same piece of cloth Perkins tho needles with their points up ami of Kansas wore a rather conspicuous the nails and pins with their points light blue Vest of Missouri a cream down Next I must name tho two colored costume and needles after myself and the friend of Kentucky and Quay of Hlackburn of Pennsylvania whom 1 was most fond at the same jure white time miming the pins and nails after four of my enemies This process was HUMOROUS sure to bring good fortune to my friend Modern Precocity and myself and very bad luck indeed At seventeen sin icois i wy to the foes represented by tho pins and Her intellect to prove nails Washington Star She wtote no tlio thirdly The Unlvst Lonnd Love French llleelloirerlmj Washington Star Apropos of bribery and corruption at Will Wheres your chaperon elections an amusing anecdote is re rloroiieo O tool poor lated to day A hot contest was about thing I thought she pity on the over Â¬ was being to take place years ago in a country worked and gave her a day ofY town the candidates being a legitimist Hrooklyn Kagle an Orleaulst and a republican One You dont love mo any more John Saturday morning people ran up to tho The Idea of getting home at this time wife of the Urleantst politician with of night Why my dear its a great tho exclamation that All was lost as the legitimist rival was going to pre Â¬ deal earlier than I used to get homo 1 sent every poor member of tho congre while was courting you How It Starts Mrs Cadde I gation with a four pound loaf after never listen to gossip Mrs Quietto divine service the following day Tho How do you hear ul you tell Mrs lady reflected a moment and then said T make It up as I go I dont she would bo equal to the occa- Â¬ Jadde that Detroit Free Press sion She kept her word As tho peo- Â¬ along Mamma said Mabel during a ple tiled out of the church on a Sunday I fink Dod ts morning the legitimist candidate dis- severe thunder storm Why his bread but posted on tho dettin weady to light his stars tributed Cause Hes scratching other side of the door the Orleanlsts Darling N Y Sun wife presented to tho recipients of tho matches no the sky four pound loaves a pat of butter or a There ts a good deal of wisdom In pot of jam As it turned out the wily that lino of Popes Man know thy- Â¬ republican carried the day after all self Wuinnh It Is often a urreat He happened to be a dealer In wines deal more convenient to havo the pay Â¬ and sending round a bottle to every ing teller know you N Y Press poor elector he distanced his opponents -- Cold Air and triumphantly headed tho polls 11 didnt have n dollar of lilt own So he struck n lordly tninkr for n loan London Telegraph Hut ho didnt tlnd It nloitafr tin inilllotial Frroipimtod him otowm frwrln Deslrixlile Ignorance And sfik n wrmrr aon Is a very good thing to know how It Detroit Free Press to swim but a bad thing to bo reckless Tommy Accounts for It Mr 1tgg as a result of the accomplishment At Impressively Hero Is an account In a rlvo slde picnic not long ago some the papr of ono more boy who went young men asked a lady to go out with Into the river on Sunday and got them in a boat I sped his fotks Tommy drowned Come tm they called There isnt kept htm so busy through the week a particle of danger Well the lady said I suppose you gotn to school and runnln orrnntsthat he didnt have no chance to learn to all know how to swim swtm Indianapolis Journal Tho young men woro compelled to During the temporary absence of confess that not ono of thum could Mrs C s cook a woman was en- Â¬ swim gaged to take her place 1indtng Oh well said the lady In that case I will go with you If none of you many thtugs that needed her attention Mrs C was kept busy where the can swim you will be careful substitute was also at work After She entered their boat quite confident that they would not tip It nor many admiring glances the latter exyou ure Well Mis C rouk tt nor play any Qf the jokes claimed smart to work You must be a gr1-whtuh foolthlt boys sometimes play on Harpers M the water bootnuo wo dm swim you help to a hired girl lne Isuow Youths Companion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ painful thoughts connected with theso losses but I am not sorry they havo oc- Â¬ curred I am almost glad At least I can think that my money shall no longer bo a trotiblo or a grief to my kindred neither shall it encourage I wonder if laziness or extravagance Kiiinm Whatever ts is right Thresher tn Western Rural And so hero I nm Tliero uro some PERSONAL A AND LITERARY Â¬ lettejs written by Luther ind Me la ncthon hare been found in the library number of utitogrnph inanusortpt Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ -- 11 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HOME Is HINTS AND HELPS It claimed that white spots on vnrnlshod furnlturu will illsnppor if n Throo Thousand Mon to Porado hot plntu roin Hu oven is hold over tlieni TRAVELERS AT ST LOUIS with Military Escort joins One cup of nour ne half toaspoonful of odu ii pinch of salt six heaping talde upcwns of eormeal throe tublespooufulR of Hour one tablespoonful of sugar ltclte quickly in hot irons Detroit Free Press To Kemovo Freckles Jrate fresh horseradish root and put it in sour Set it in u warm place for an milU then set away until next day hour yvtin the face with it every night and two or three times during the day being careful not to get it in the eves -- N V World Peaches a La Comic Peel and cut the peaches in two and stew them in clnrlfled sugar sirup Fill an oval mold with hot boiled rice turn the fnnn out on a dish arrange the poaches around it and decorate with preserved cherries or other small fruits from the confectioners Mix half a pint of the sirup with a gill of marmalade pour it over the dish and serve hot ltoston jnillf Cornmcnl of KK TJir Illumination Attracting fli cut Cromla luariMitlMg lopulurlty of the Kx Othrr Attraction 1 Umlget The lllumtnn tlons to night embraced all the grand features of the earlier displays and were even grander than the enrlier Illuminations owing to the arrival of several thousand additional globes and an Immense quantity of electrical apparatus The wholeof the 75000 gas and electric lights were alight and the proceedings passed off without a hitch and amid great enthusiasm Several visitors from eastern cities and from Europe were loud In their expression of opinion that the Illuminations are far grander than anything ever seen in any other city After the lights were turned out there was a general rush to Imposition Itulld lug and the magnitlccnt structure was thronged with delighted guests This the ninth consecutive season of the St Â¬ St Loiw Sept Low Rate Ilnrrmt Excursion Tho announcement thittthoNarih Wcstom Ilno comprising over rjuou miles or tlmr nugliiyoqiilpped rallwnrhuiinrrnuKCd to run twolow rate llarveot KxciirMnnn durlnp tho inontlmof Aumifttniid Keptember will ho tlailly rccclvod by tlinao who nro lntoroxtod In the development of tlio treat West nnd Northwest ni well as by thoso who tloMre to visit this woiuior fully productive region atnscavmof tlio year when exiiet ileuioa stratlou enu ho nuulo of the merits nnft ad vantiiLos it oITarn tohomosceUernniid tliORO In search of safeand prntltililolnvcMmontn Thcno exmtrsiiiiiH will Icavo Chleauo on Augustmtli and Sept J7tli and tickets can bo jmrchnncd at tho very low rate of oao fnru for tlio round trip to points In Iowa Minnesota North and Hoittli Dakota Ne- Â¬ braska Wyoming Colorado Utah Idaho mil Mnnlimn Tlinv will n fctHnllv llrnl-elan la every paitlcular nnd will boood for return pumneo nt any time within twea lioinuiiio oi piiroiiiiito run uxor minion uoucarnbiR rates nnd arrangements fortlicno excursions can bo obtained upon application to ativ coupon tloknt agent or to w A TlirnllOl T A Chicago North Western Huilwuy Clilcngo Havo You AdthiitHT Dn XI PiinrMANS St Pni Minn will mall a trial pueitugourScliirriuunii Asthma Curo jrre to any sufferer Oivos liistaut re- Â¬ lief in worst casoK and cures where ohort fail Nuuio this paper nnd boiu ad dross 1 Hr who said Tho world Is iny oyster1 did not like tho world In hot weather Twcas BlfthiKs i at Detroit Mich says j Tho efTcct of Halls Catarrh Cure is wonderful Write him about It Sold by Druggist Tea Somk cheap perfumes are not to bo sniffed 1 Cosdoctor D Loom t uamek Mid lstnM Mtl witn jaiif ui nunat uiiiira ine iroe Bnu urn w Tha llUltiuBun Siov Ioiua U nritJl4it04Tw o IM eonMimer Mrs Ira Duraiiie ana tnoetery purtMM or siM pACkaca wlih HM K QCCCtVCD w I Unlike ihe Dutch Process Fon a Cough cr Sore Throat tho best mcd lclno Is Hales Honey of Hoiohouiitl audTar Pikes Toothache Dropi Cute in one inlnuto ing nil diry Â¬ jyK ivini Aiut In the morning is bettor than noth Hauls Horn Â¬ Alkalies OR Other Chemicals No are uwd In proiwratlon of tU Who suffers with his liver constipation bilious ills poor blood or dltzluess taks Beeolmuii lills Of druggists 25 cents W BAKER k COS Ege Salad Itoil six eggs fifteen min- Â¬ utes While they are boiling make a French dressing and to it add one tu blospoonful of tarragon vinegar the same quantity of onion juice and a lit- Â¬ When the eggs tle chopped parsely are done cut in slices and place in a pnlnd dish Pour the dressing over while the eggs are still hot Stand in a cold place two hours then serve Christian Inquirer Tomato Soup Take a can of toma toes and bring them to a boil and then 6train through a coarse strainer Add one teaspoonful of dry soda and when Â¬ dally Louis exposition Is far exceeding nil past efforts both in the matter of beauty and attendance and tllmoro with his band of one hundred men holds the crowd enraptured four timcH Â¬ A large number of special attractions are announced for the Exposition Including a Travelers Protective associa- Â¬ tion celebration on Saturday October 1 On the evening of that day tho T Jaoson says It is a great tliiu to bo able Tun chemist best girl Is nnnlyxcr to laop i ho renpeit of the man who passes Lowell Courier ho pluio to you every Sunday Elinlru Ga zette Ilrnntlirs Thorn a Man Who can Inhale inalarla brecdlag air with impunity No not unlens lio bo fortltled agaust Its Insidious poison with Hostel tors Stomach ltlttern Than indeed is ho dofcnilod Not only is this mcdlclno most thorough os a bulwark against cUlls and fever and billons remittent but It thor Â¬ oughly rolluves dyspepsia constipation rheumatism biliousness nervousness uud kidney trouble I have been troubled with dyspep Pkusistkncv Is a preut virtue but It Is sia but nfter n fair trial of August hard to admire It In a lly SoiuorvUlo Juur Flower nm freed from the vexatious Â¬ I MM 1 MR reakfastCocoa li August Flower iWaTJfBiiRnr and la far wore eco-Â¬ nomical cofni7 tea than on etnt a cup It la delicious nourlibliir and juiily ma caret Sold bf Mm the m rli PL withttrenoth ofArrowroot or Cocoa mixed QLl Btarch i purt Kill 1 1 hat mors nA efNftfe tim t hnn three cMeh it abtoluiely Grorfranrerjnhara CO W BAKER Dorchestor Mail mil the foaming ceases add a quart of milk and a tablespoouftil of butter Season th soup with salt red pepper or curry powder A Omit Atlrnntnga Mot rotnedlcs foe coughs and cohls con tain opium in soiuo form TlilHilnueoroiis dm- - both stupellcs and miUMcutcs the patient Dr lloxslos Certain Croup Curo i Iiccfrtim hnrtjHl iiigirdteiitii and is a posi- Â¬ tive cure tor Croup Whooping Couh and ltronoliltisfiO cents lor sale by nil prom- Â¬ inent drueeists throuehout the state A P IloxHie MutTalo N V iiiauuracturcraud boIo proprietor Â¬ Â¬ I A will take charge of the Exposition programme An oration will be eating Harpers Ifcuuir lellvered by W C P Hrocklnrldge and by the governors of Missouri Illinois HOME SWEET HOME Indiana and other states A general Hinv to Muko the Doinlrlo Alt that It invitation has been issued by the na Â¬ siiouM Jl tional president and directors of the T The old Saxon word home has a far P A and the largest gathering of higher significance than a mere habitatraveling men of the west seen for tion or an abiding place In the orig- years will be the result About 000 inal Saxon ham from which the Enwill parade with a military escort and glish word is derived is a place of rest a very elaborate- programme has been as well as a domicile Yet how few of prepared for the entertainment of the us think of this word much as it is visitors durrhg the day talked of in its original sense And The Yelled Prophet will also arrive alas how few succeed in making their on October 1st and will give Ids annual homes places of rest rather than mere parade and ball on the following Tues places where the turmoil and friction of day The route of the parade has been daily housekeeping are relleeted every- considerably extended and the pageant where will be grander than ever From OctoThe greatest art of aft rue housekeeper ber a to October 8 the annual fair will is to conceal her art to make her home be open and for this a large number of an abiding place of peace on which the additional attractions arc announced demons of unrest and liekleness never with two grand street illuminations enter In these houses where strict and other treats The carnival is prov ing a remarkable and unprecedented order prevails the friction of the kitchen-wsuccess ork is never felt beyond its walK The railroads ureoffcring exceptional That hon e is uo true home when inducements to tourists and excursion- Â¬ the steam and fumes of the Is being taken kitchen penetrate to the living ists and full advantage As f their enterprise and liberality rooms or where the mistress sits down is well known throughout the comto her family table with her fnic fraternity of clouded under the petty trialsand vexa mercial and business Louis is St tho United States tions of her housework As her has center on tho hand should throw nit his busings the best railroad an Immense number of cares so she should throw oil her continent trunk lines either terminating or pass Â¬ household cares at all the family gath Â¬ ing through the city It is on the llnu ering places of three or four favorite routes from Too often the dinner table is a place New York to the Pacific coast and is where weak bided women rehearse the natural terminus of all roads run the petty grievances of their house ning south and southwest and In work and all the fume fret and fever to the Mexican republic St Louis thereof Let down your burdens fur is so highly appreciated as a the time if ymi would have your heme great manufacturing and commercial a resting place Nothing is gained and center as well as a unique carnival everything is lost if you have not moral cite that the practice of securing and mental force to do so No mother tickets through it and stopping off a has a right to make her house an un Â¬ few vays to enjoy the beauties of the comfortable dwelling place fcr her city is becoming more and more com children It in her duty to protect and mon Tourists in making their ar hhleld them not by the force of her rangements should bear this fact in command but by the power of her mind and not omit from their itinerary love If she would do this she must one of the most Important and Interest Â¬ make their home the most attractive ing points of the new world place in the world to which they eome lliilliilriit- i if iuli rlifi llujfr not as slaes driven to their galleys F A Danlean better known as Phllll hut as free children most famous chess player It requires continual tact and sedu lor was theSome of the feats then con lous care on the part of the householder of his daw wonderful have been outdone to allot to each one in the household her sidered but still he mint be given credit sbare of the work and yet arrange so since While u he accomplished that no jar in the domestic machinery for what used to play Imaginary games he can affect the quiet atmosphere of the couth 1 his of chess as he lay awake in bed home It requires as much executive a training which subsequently power as to command a ship to arrange gave him great service to him Ills proved of ill the details of the house so that the real game which he played with fontlie tlows In harmonious lines Yet llrstseeing the board wwu on Jrom a tis just this executive power that is out French abbe So skillful did needed in the household and thus it ome In this knack that lit could easily s that the silly woman always falls to without nliv two games simultaneously of wear make a capable wife or mother Like Fortv years s ito i Dickens Dora such a woman is pietur this mid tear seemed rather to increase que only in her girlhood and like to diminish it In hngland faculty than us weak Anne of Austria she may In 17S3 he competed blindfolded against cll exclaim when her beauty is lied living three of the best players thenand Mr t is time for me to die Hnron Masercs Count Hruhl His a nhnniu to any mother who falls ltowdler Ho won two of tho games train her daughters to take u serl and tho third was drawn What sur vlew of life instead of n frivolous nrlscd the onlookers most was that ho hJh view to remember that the could keep up a lively conversation 1 lull Wgheht duties whether they be mar while in the midst of the play W or single is to be home makers A dor died August 81 1705 -- Chicago jfrwtwrltor on this subject has said News Wherever a true wife comes this largo us I saw Ihings yesterday as mo Is always around her was hurt in The stars thought you said he be over her head the glowworm life I street ear accident and couldnt re the night cold grass may bo the only a covcrr Neither ho can The court re ut her Hut home is yet nys It xtu hh own fnulf HortoD feet erever she is and for a noble wo n it stretches far around her better Shall we consider our- I celled with cedar or painted with cVgodr V Jfmlllon Bheddlng it quiet light far selves this afternoon until nine next fcaiuroiu now w woro homeless N y n se Vno tho only time I have open uue ichlcaijo News Record 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and thicken slightly with a little cracker crumbs Itoil the soup for a few moments and it is ready for J of tho mnn HaiT who is lut with npolicnmuub bldy Lowell ttintiov- - the attitude Courier trouble J U Young Daughters College Hnrrodsburg Ky I had headache one year steady One bottle of August Flower cured mc It was positively worth one hundred dollars to me J W Smith PM and Gen Merchant Townsend Out I have used it myself for constipation and dyspepsia and it cured me It is the bestseller I ever handled C Rugh Druggist Mechnuicsburg Pa 3Z O TJ 3E1 X 3XT ARKANSAS and TEXAS AtiKUkt SO SritrmlHr lMls Orlolirr ST A 2O H VIA THK COTTON BELTaltrei ROUTE iirttur mlculr Knr MATCH 111 IVim Atifiil BO I I WO Iaiuihmiik Kv Pitt II U IVAUNIU MKMfiim llcli t AKnl Ajnl A HA MS IM NAUIHIIIK TKN Ant T I I K IV IAllKAUJtr Ocnl lotl IUTTAMKtlV V ft Tlikrt Mn HHUlTONi Tri Act r TXMN Tun helRht or politeness for a govern meat cleric To tiikootr his hat whon speak Â¬ ing to his superior oniccr through tho telephoneJournal des llaln It is when tho young fellow In lovo has lost his head that the plrl In tho caso In llkoiv to mercifully lav hor own on hla shoulders -r- itiladelphla Times rAicn UANocas are about tho only mon who succeed In business by going to tlio wall Texas Wtrtlugs j Mius ha two moons and for tho sako of Inhabitants It is to be hoped the does doni birk there us thoy do here IhiladelphlaTiinis Ita supposed y vv Crl WiPx i u facts about Pear To the r and then plain Pcarlinc chanceline sr f inve - Give Ear toa nrove them bv fnvinn- it a fair trial - n Nothing else will give the same result It washes safely as well tin senger boy cai do nothing quick will bo surprised to learn thai one has been dis Yoakers Statesman covered fast asleep Mamma if swnl said lltllo Johnny lowcd a thermometer would 1 dlo by de grees Boston IOht Tun swallow Is u bird of easy flight That Is whv a man is Mighty when ho has tafen sovoral swallows Blnglnuatou Ke 1 lnoni who imagiuu tho uvcrago mes Â¬ it Liutiiin v iiiwuiii as well as easily It is as cheap as soap and better Anything that can be washed can be washed best with Pearlinc It lightens labor and does lightning work As nearly as we can figure about eight millions of women use it Do you Yon will sooner or later oiuuiy pv Â¬ publicau Ani pf gressl only Brown 1 should say he has He wrote Atlanta Constitution history of it Thats what Is going to ma for eon Has hen wan oc I lStCIl To peddlers or unscrupulous grocers who offer imitations of Iearllne cnil mv or tlir name on Icnrlinc it it iutl n nntui ITS t TALhE Icarlmc has no etiual nnd is never iicddlcd iJ7 JAMKS VVXK New Votk- - u t Â¬ Â¬ It is never too late to mend This Is why the cobbler never has your boots dfno ut Boston Transcript the time promised It Is a test of politeness lor a man to listen with Interest to things he knows nil about when they are being told by n person who Boston Bulleknows nothing about them tin Do you think a man docs his host work 1 should when ho writes for money About sav so replied tho young man tliu cleverest writing overdid was n letter that convinced my uncle that 1 needed o Washington Star hundred It Is not wise to make yourself and your friends unhappy in this world because you think ou are going to a bettor one IMilli dolphla KeeTi 1 1TTHA rUJTYyniinvreroiir prlluiKl In lit I ly t o uit llirlirnl Tor your IVoiio valueIn vuur iimiirr liv m I xi utirloolwiiir Hlinrn rhiiHltiK IV I DiiiiuIiim srlilrli riiirrneiil lhi liont Tnlin fur prlrrx united an iliiiiiNitiuU will itBilfy tSriAKE NO StllBTITUTK THE A W 45 1 L DOUGLAS F0R QENTLEMEW mm WBmw 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ UPfR winr fur tlir money timu uuyoihrrmuko Tliu Increnalni iiilci how Hint work- fdiiml till out Iiikiiimi - nl VohiIih 19 Hclmol Hliorn nro I O worn by tlm lioyn urryvlicrc iUo muil mtvIco- nbln iiliwn until nt llieiw iirlret llnuil ScMiil 9210 BJ nml 9171 R MioiHforiIlHHCNnru mmloof Uiu IkrI Uon- Tney nr MTtluii coin Kola op firm Cutf nt itiilritl lortnlito uiul durable Tint fitUtm taint oimliim nmtlo mIv iihowUlt inccoiio ilirxoroitlnn fnm 91 t inltn In Ou lr rnotwcul lr fUlitlllrf tliU Ollt Hnwuro or tic nloriiinitiMltutlnKfliooi with Â¬ A ITMIN out IV U Doiinlfin iinnio unit inirlrptimKiloii iMittinu mibxliuilnini Hru frumlulrnl nml Mibjccl to priiccuASK FOR W L DOUGLAS SHOES hitoh hv luw fur iililnliilnir iiwmrv nnilir fnli i rtitrilLl tlnii not far milr In your nlurc nruil illrert lo Iurliir ntullnur Ulnit nnil vldl If rxriupivo unit to irnnieii iokiiiuo irri iiMiicm iii incr It cbuuf wbcro I liuvu no auruta Wrltn for Catuleaun W lino DtiuirlnM nud coimtiiI jUhhw llrocktou m WPI Mi4M IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY Hint trill not rii flno calf KUinlrs llixllilc iiiiiio i oiiifiirtnlilciityluli iiihI ilurnhln llino m thw prlit DjuaU cuiiom mailo iliutu aiiyiitlifTPlionmer told itmtlnif from 4 to 1 nun vm iiaiiil Nnweil rtnermrpnor Tlio nioi itriuur ciiiv and din niilrlioc over iwilil nl lliiio ttrlcos Thryontial line lmKrtcl uliocn coAtltiK Iroiu S In IU nun nil oincm who on roiirn mhoo Morn wnnt a boo1 lioavi cnlf thirr nolnt oxtciiklon eduo hoe enny to wulU In mill will kixp I lie fcr l ilrj nml wuriu nml ietty AO Fine Cnlf Wot Ulnmiirni Phot BEST SHOE CUAL 2WlEm rred ohor ucnulnr utTKHitli liikl u 34 3 iyimniu Tliry nre mmtV kii ii on for iib i AftlCQI kfiUluo prtYC DU trrvhr tio li IF NO DEALER SELLS - Â¬ Â¬ vpe0r4 ENJOYS Â¬ guMitutc nml refreshing to tho tnsto nud acta gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys Liver nml JJowels clonuses tho sys tem oflcctunlly tlinpela colds head riches nml fevers nud chits habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind over pro- Â¬ duced pleasing to tho tnslo nnd acceptable to tho utoiuncli prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its cficcts prepared only from tho moat healthy nnd ngrcenmo substances its many excellent qualities commend it to nil and havo mado it tho most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for ealo in 50o and 1 bottles by nil leading drug- Â¬ Any reliablo druggist who gists may not havo it on hand will pro euro it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any Â¬ In your locality write us and wc will send Catalogue free Wc ship pianos for examination sell on easy payments at what- Â¬ ever distance you live from Boston take old pianos in exchange CMSTE Both tho method mid results when and would like an opportunity to correspond with intending Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant piano purchasers WRITE US PIANOS POND PIANO CO fiJSSJj BOSTOF IVERS THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be used IN every KITCHEN K Heron Author of llllr I KiimiIIik1 Mr rrlorrte Art Krptirolilury flow Hi i hull Imok A SAPOLIO itrnlel A tfiilit lulu DAINTY WORK VhWHW Torp bllthiJ Irnfiiarljr WKAMI THII rArlK INkoi Homrdjr for Catarrh U thn Ileal Kalcnt to Dfc and ClieaHt H H CrrQQ UIICirCDQTrrvoAlra urJ7 IIUurIaltUlrai4 TlUiU IKK litam O 60c it Bold by iInMtlat or K T lluiltln ly ttVnrrwmull V CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO SAN FUUHXMO 041 LOVISYIIU Xf MW Y0K N t rMB w Jutiablo lit ylave or In th uuifiiaillur firstilaalrr or iil nt lltncljeo forismplaiiy r A N K K 1414 Tt AUVKKTMKHH Ma man n h 1 Ml MJ aaMfMMu riai4H HiliaiiHUi WMKN WNITINtt taltkM I HV Aa1rrtbiiMil PLKAHR U tM x e yvir rv n - rtr In n Tnx of tlid migiir K Thi Tariff The reduction duty has reduced thu prlco of augur Tho Increase of duty oi tin pinto Iiiih increased the price of tin plato Putting quinino on thu free lint reduced the price of quinine iMcrcHMnj the tHrill on woolen good linn led to the greater line of ahoddy and of cotton The reduction liftho duty on thu raw materjalM of binding twine reduced thu price of twine Every manufacturer in demanding pro tcction admits that without thu turilF comctltlon would force priced down John Quincy Adanm knew the tariff was a tax and in 1855 hu explained its opertlonniu this way The duty con- Ktltutea a part of thu price of the whole maHH of tho article In the market It is aulwtantially paid upon tho article of dumcHtlo manufacture as well an iiwu that of foreign production Upon one it in a bounty upon the other u burden and the repeal of the tax mint operate an an equivalent reduction of the price of tho article whether foreign or domes tic Wo nay bo long aa tho importation continues tho duty mum be paid by the purchanor of tho article Tho manufacturer today know the tariff ia a tax paid by tho consumer tliey know their foreign cuHtompm will not pay thin tax and m they allow a largo discount on article bought for ex1 Â¬ Â¬ ff A Mild r 111 10 Wlntrr Aflor 1 Ihcronro nv CMtiuo n Aiitiiinti already luotooroloirlonl xlgnn it Mot -- ni Illllllll lllLll t i Â¬ port Hero In n sample of tho way they re llovu their foreign customer of thu taxea they imjoso on their American custom era KlILST AVKNUK HOTKI IIOIIIOKN IOS Dear Sir Replying to your iiiiuiry for Victor hlcye Ion with Victor cimhloM tire you can pro euro same of the Overman Wheel Company Chieopeo Kails Mtwi IT S A for less 25 Iter eout on uecount of export Or If you euro to nencl me twenty pouuiU I will nets Unit your order in fillet at once Our mishlnn tire lx not to he oomparvil with the to called cumIiIoiin here It is uuirvelouily Vu make but one grade bicycle the good liihcNt Awaiting your coiiiiiutmU I am very truly vours A 11 OVKKMAK AtiKUHt 1852 nov V C lo ir Down with tho Robber Tarill Cour Â¬ ier Journal IliiMtrr Dampen a piece of llauuel with Cham berlaina Pain Halm and bind it on over tho seat of pain It ia better than any plaster When tho lungs aro aoro mica an application on thu chest and another on tho back between tho ahouldor blades will often prevent pneumonia There is nothing so good for a lame back or a pain in tho aide A aoro throat can nearly always bo cured in ono night by apply Â¬ ing a llannel bandage dampened with Pain Halm CO cent bottles for salo by ltosc fc Jones Thm HfNt Mler llriul tho Tannm Scoundrels succeed by robbing the ignorant Kvery day wo hear of green goods and gold brick victims Thu swindled aro miserly people who never read the nowspajwrH To save a dollar these- rustics loso hundreds lly not know ing tho markets they ull at low prices being easily persuaded by gllb tongued itinerants Swindlers generally travel in paira A confederate goes before the buyer who In tho must incidental manner deplores tho low prices prevail- Â¬ ing and predicts a farther decline Af ter this fellow has told his dole tho deal er turns up and tho farmer unloads his crop at figures far below tho market People get taken in by frnuda an hun Â¬ dred times exposed The man who ia not tip with the times will often be down in tho world When a daily newspaper abreast with tho living ago can bo had for n penny an issue it is astounding thut anyone should do without u diary of tho worlds thinking and doings Such men dont care a cent for knowl edge And yet this Is tho nineteenth century Cincinnati Post Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NnmtoKii AftNoclatloii Mr Charles Wheatly Sooy of the Saratoga Hacing Association writes From tho oxerionco of many years um of Quinnis Ointment I unhesitatingly recommend it for thu cure of I Hood Spav ins Windpulls and other soft enlarge ments Sold by Koso Jones A Â¬ Â¬ Still Tauter 8iilk A now style of rubber wheel sulky was uetl at Hartford for the first time The wlieel 1 12 inches in diameter the ends of thunxlu work in u cone anil by means ufu socket on either side the seat eau be raised or lowered to suit tho height of tho hbro Tho tire ia wider and Hatter ithauthe others unw in use Ohronos a tricing stallion went an easy mile only moving fast tint last quarter in TIkj driver says it rides smoother than the MMtnl wheels there is less drag and it takes tlw turn a deal better It weighs H pound iltninhfirliiliiM KjimiiiiI Skin Oliitmtoit UVriKR HAPS A certain cure for Chronic Sore Kye NOIE IIKAns snakes are as numerous as they were two Tetter Salt Itheuni Scald Head Old IHLUHKvDS months ago List year they took prompt liruiili S iinu Kxt iii yiima I iiiiiih I toll SALK HILLS y to their dens in the first of September VmMv iml Vilw ff Ni IH IX KRS i ineiesumouyoi uiv iiuiiimi lt 8ciMling and soothimr Hundreds of CARDS appears to he complimentary to mat oi cams have been cured by it after all other j TAOS the birds New York Sim iSce fee treatment had failed It is put up in 2 and 60 cent boxes For sale by Rose Are yoyr children subject to croup V Kxeeuted with neatness and dis- Jones oct 8 A Nlllll UNO Ml llll - III1YCM l HT1 If so you should never Ik without a bot- Â¬ Whrit Onbrlnl IIIown IIU Trumpet Wkj consistent with cnoil material It tle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and first class wo rkmaunhip XXhen the railroad are under govern is a certain cure for croup and bus never V W Count Com ItAltlsON AND control ono may ride If given freely as meiit to Snn Francisco for 0 from New XVO OlIAIIIMK oOMIt rilTlON been known to fail York Farmers When vou want an -v priutiut tho croupy cough appears It will prevent and Laborers Journal A school n ii ii rpnHscu by any other hi II WW any kiiuii hi any nine can vSsu It is the sole reliance with latern Kentucky tho attack And when Gabriel blows his trumpet on or address A full coiir c in every ilcpnrtiucut thousands of mothers who hnvu croupy every citizen of this world will get a free SPKNUKIl COOPER Teuehers awake to the interests of both them ride from earth to heaven provided the children and never disappoints Hazel Oreen Kv 1 pupils anil patrons V1J There is no danger in giving this Uemedy brake dont slip and send him to the fro Hates of tuition low SI 00 S1VI SJIMi in large and frequent doses as it contains infernal regions J ill per iiiouih iiiiifie 0 cents per Icvuui A cheap ride or free AT flflfc Iliniril anil loilin at the Aeioleuiv ilnnic nothing Injurious 60 cent bottles for ride seems to be the highest ambition of only S Ml per week New buililiii mw sale by It so Jones XXhen the government some people luruiturc looiI eatable Teachers have eliarye of all hoiirtler buys up all the inln ads of the country Odd FHIowm Orphan tloiiin VUcikI for catnlouuo WM II Tho Odd Fellows of the State are con- It will require the sale of every foot ol c Oltn Principal magnificent farming land in the United States to sidering the erection of a IUi ioi trlll rl If J4 Orphans Home somewhat similar to the pay the debt Madisouville Hustler IAlru lJli Homo at Louisville Masonic OrphanA i ml liilflllynl Alexanders army n u no lefeat The in iImi At thu next meeting of tho Commercial r Hi same is true of Dr Fenners olden Reimi j n m Club a committee will be appointed to ITVIIUI PLEASfiHT lief It is warranted to relieve tooth Ull llllltl bring tho merits of this city to tho IIILk li Lu Iff irrli inr fjl ache headache neuralgia or any other III ai consideration of the proper authorities i f clilir - ib i pain in 2 to 8 minute Also bruises a it r ii il it of the order With its high and healthill1 mi l ti wounds wire cuts swellings bites burns iflr Imiukiihi location its unexcelled railroad fac- Â¬ ful trill imi4 Itklia THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT ANO summer complaints colic also in horses rJ llliillvIik- InirIiimit NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER ilities and educational advantages its uni dlarrluea dysentery and flux If sati -- My kldnejriLftndiia act irrntlr on Iho ftomach Ilrer doctor wya It il n healthful moral and religious influence mihIIto Till drink lo lii ilinr iiki and pleiit rMr faction not given money returned F r mad from herb and U prepared for tuoaa easily aa llll Itli14 XVinchestor otters reasons that must bo tc Iti- - called I i r Hi r II salo by Rose Jones tin ii iiiruim llMII potent factors in the choice of a location T l4 hu ml tlit mi All druirglftta loll It nt 60c and 100 a packago If it Ii ti iimi r i Tho Masonic Home represents an outlay An Kxiinlt lnxui y ToucnnnniuAtlUKindyouraddrcM for tree anraplo ram Ih it tfinMiut I juane ramiy nraieina niTfi me sown earn Tho expense attached to a State elec- 4ay InordfrtolwhrAlthythliOKnKVMary Ailrtma tlin lilMnf of half a million dollars and the proposed llnl lirllr Hutb NJaYTy eX llrf II SJ lla OUAIOU VWeUUHfAUO LcUOV hY J Odd Follows Homo will be on a ealo tion in Kentucky under tho Australian aAI B jSKK r rrlnl Hit llll Slllrf or Itlll commensurate with the wealth and liber- Â¬ ballot system will be much more than is Unfil f1MltI l liiHMfH wmMKizMzzmze rapidly growing generally supposed The total cost will H ality of this great and Hum ul r ii Itum utm not fall far short of o0000 and may order Winchester Democrat rti illfil t vr inir lifll Vrilr lntlil tni exceed that figure In one item alone Livery Feed and Sale Stable ibbbw irl nit ill nilliln XV M Terry who has been in tho there will bo less cxpenso than under the Mr jiliy ll if uMitlr nha ir HAZEL GREEN KY Ii All Ii uw drug buisiness at Klktou Ky for the old system that of oflieers pay XVhero truklncnir lliir lliiuind IKillt Vr Anr I kifiir in ll yti iiiini In i mi iini tinr Mill rmllirr Chamberlains they formerly received IiIxik past twelve years says lll 3fcirIoiihle ami Single onrlillj AIIIA IIiikhjriVotinn uuiiiii Ailli per day now - V Aluina Itii mid Saihlle MnrHes Cough Remedy gives better satisfaction they receive only 2 The estimated cost tor hire 1iirlie1 convey than any other cough medicine I have is Uf0 for each voting precinct and el to iinv point on reason There Is good reason for with over 1400 in the State it is onlv a able terms ever sold Â¬ this No other will cure a cold so quick- matter of figures to see that the cost W I will aUo iiltenil to all enlN for nne tioneerinj uiul solicit Imxincvs of this kind ly no other is so certain a preventive will reach at least 51000 ltcspiftftillv Ac and cure for croup no other ailords so JOHN 11 IMiAlT A iiiriiutMl IttiiHMly much relief In cases of whooping tough Megrlmlno the only permanent cure For sale by Komj fc Jones KoDu for all forms of headache and neuralgia Kr On OiilliiRhnr relieves tho pain in from 16 to 20 miti The otlicial ballot of Pennsylvania as utes For sale on positive guarantee at CUBES NOTHING BUT PILES decided on by Secretary of Statu Harrity TllK Hkiuid nttiee or sent nstpaid by will bo 52 inches long by 22 inches wide million receiptof price 60 cents a lxx A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for 10 years as tho BEST An extensive paper manufacturer says veToi REMEDY FOR PILES XVIII MiiiMirvrM Fan I Horse is not in regard to the matter that there lu Its lVorMtFor Wl Prtpartd h mciUHUSOSTATI UK MKD CO hTLOflS Doc 8B IIknton Iif Co The Valdemeer colts are showing up in paper enough in tho United States to Rt J C Ilorven voucUeti for tho follow uik print them and even if all the paper Texas Willie Spencer who went fiom Jaiu0i Uoonoy wbo wim autferiuc from Vllui 1ltllLUS u wor1 WTII mills in the country were run to their this countv to Iowa Park Texa carried 1alc nby auroral orm iHiyaiolaua without otluol treatoJ b ittloa of laator Koenlga Neryo louio full capacity they could not turn out With llllU one of the Stallions first crop l cured hi in CO enough paper by tho time they must be of colts which is now three years old and TiurnN Mo March 1801 and Demo- Â¬ which is out of a mare by Champ FerJOIllll lts IN Roth Republican printed My daughter was takou with catulunay when about 3 or J years oM crats say tho ballot Is too complicated to guson With forty days handling he won clnoit but without effect wo trltil dltlrout un di Hardware Agricultural Implements It In now nbunt i yi art bo understood by the voters and fears a race against aged horses over a slow allien alio btau tnklnw IrtHlor Kneuj i Nerve OIIVFR OlUMFn PLOWS MALTA htvd au attack of Mm lis Toulo mid alio are expressed that tho vote of the State track in 242 and biuce that time lias Ago ainco tnatIna not O DUHllhlt tlum KVAl PLOWS COOKS MILLS will bo lost a catastrophe which Demo- gone much faster hut Mr Spencer would OKATOHS CHAMPION ISKATKIIS Kt MABVa Ky Oct 7 9J AND MOWFliS STODDAKO ANP I hereby tMtlfy thit factor KooiiIks Nitts not givo the exact time as lie expects to crats can view with equanimity TonlocunMl a fori of my coiiRrc atlon of St ACMF HAUHOWS v c make a killing with him next year VltuaUauoo aud a married lady of nlw il DOORS AND SASH A SPFCIALTY aaa HKV PuL FhKMONT For headaches biliousness constipa Winchester Democrat in and 112 Srcovn Sntrirr tion dizxiueHs sleeplessness tho blues VfkltllltllA ltnftf an VrtnMi I RONTON O io Why isnt this a good thing iboioi aeiii ir4oran any aadroaon Dr scrofula tho blood and all skin eruptions iniui iiauoxiis Kin mil i Fenners Kidney and llackache Cure is Tlila rotnpdy baa iiitMllclna trrtby r rhni Or Fenners Wood and Liver Remedy H O Lr S IC the Reverend T ben prepared avnp InJ IHior Koruu and Nerve Tonic never fails Waranted warranted to give satNfactiou in every tauow tirepared ot Forthit direction ti alucelS18 and fJiiiTV IY under ttie MllS IOl DAY ProprletresM case or money returned Such a propo Could to satisfy or money refunded KOENIC MED CO Chicago III lhi Ihhisc has been recently rctitjtil tnd I this lie n lorded if tho Remedy wasnt sition couldnt he thought of if the med wllll ftidlfiitilwil tin I aatl leine wasnt superior to all others For SotdbyDnnrilitsBtSlperlJotUe 0for85 Ktr uith the b M in the mark For salo by Roe Jones certain w arc SUes OX75 0 ItotUen for SO reaMiniihlc Nniunlc moni attacbcil ami M salo by Rose Jones cial rale- - to coinmcicial men Putrumieci Tilt Soil HtHininlli Scientific- American rebpecttallv solicited nlv Are For VliniitM A remarkable decision has just been Agency for The Winchester Democrat of the 10 MrtJlIRK rendered in a mngistratua court In liti STAMPFR Inst wivs Winchester wants the mag ville established if il holds good the CAMPION KY eunversuef the well known principle of nificent Odd Fellows Orphans Ilomeand W ill intends to have It if men ami means practice in the conn- - a II vrMrri- - j law thai parent- - im liable for the debts MitlMtL orUollcanil the inljuinmv w of their children A man named Crowley coupled with the most desirable locality Ihimiicno iMitniolcil tooiircw iiiiniir CAVEATS Mill rcrcuc proinpt altcntion TBinr lsacwo ran up a siloon bill of J220 and reins in the State ean win it With vim and DESIGN PATENT vigor in the ollort victory will iorcli COPYRIQHTS oto ed to wiy it allegiu that he had no upon our banner CO And wo are for nTO0n M1- - reo Handbook writo to money The saloonUt then attached tho lllllQnL hliralittl fnr MtiHiiT a l vuc tiur nir iinytoiii sue wants 9ni Krery lyjtont takin out by us lirouxiit wages of a minor son of Crowley and tho tho public by a notlco Rtyon t rco of cbarwu tforii NIIOI ISM III VI I ls IS In tho held that the sous earnings magistrate limes Medleintj moves the bowels each art- - liable for his fathers debts until the day in order to no iieaituv this s nee yotini man reaeJiea his majority rhisCvarv T ftVfln It nT wlPiitiflc rlHir In tha lrfffi may he-- law nut it mi u is very hail law KintiicK li KUIntiiiti ViiVitilH without It WoklT Siloo a and tho sooner it Is amended the bolter AdlrwMtsN JfcCO 1 1 three weeks after tlndr rgular time tit leave and robins are stiil lingering north A woodcock shot In of the Potomac UiMiiiMvlviiiiiii lint week had o ilv a few feathers on it and that is a tins sign of mild weather Si much for the birds A coon trapped In a corn Held was as poor as a crow At this time hut year the eoons were as fat as pigs The fur of woodchuckH Is much thinner than iiinil inn tlnii in n aiire sIlii of an oiicii o winter Moreover rattlesnakes are crawl iug ill the huckleberry bushes as lively llhtek as they were in midsummer tii lntiwuu owanowf renomivi VI II I I U 11 liii lllll - I Your Uuty Is nearly on im and there The election V In much work for evorv eooil Democrat Xi 1 r J I I ill - Vinr iilirli1lil-- l il III r tlll JkV b iCss Ui iihii with lesult in some primary him and tell him thiiim jury to oneof Lyjv tv the eandidiitia is an Injury to the whole ticket U he ludillereut and liublo to 6 Seo him stay at home on election da DtMinmrnts -- ln - - T i- ira K Wfiixwwh r jr fv - Jm k ifc rI J jhZB BfiEQI IfJyV tWll II fl ll 11x11X1 I I I I IIXlLl 1J ft I f A liEISI SohcoU lUUAN I 1 ymitiimmiiiJi T Jg sr J Hormal and Preparatory J 5 FIR T SlIOX and get him to come to the polk Watch Work and and pray Is good religion pray U good politics lio both and tho Lord will love you and the Democrats who are his chosen people will ri e up iiudcall vou blessed Winchester Demo- - EMU DescnpiiGii art 2 ll as lift sept Sill 1882 CAT VLO UFS MINlTKS crat PUOUIUMS PAMPIILKTS KWKLOPKS srTiiKNiv 5 I m -- Â¬ wSr - Â¬ MiPMvfvY liJIMFffiwK SHU frf Ml I ii rii l I I Â¬ mmMjh II Ml Â¬ - I dK il I I I I 4 -- ANESMEDICINE mSUfc WMaSmiecctZ irPrr-LV-tANl- HI I 11 I mIh J PIERATT I I I -- ne 1- Â¬ tablersdii c buckeyejjLl OINTMENT It P p Wfj nwUM I tor0lrti J1 W M KERR 5 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 FREE1 I i llvri I I I ui i fc x - V- Â¬ iyjTTjn llrvudwBy Nuw Vork tVc LOUIS STIX I Scientific Smcvicnu iiuuduuisaii Dry Goods notions - norait 0J Not ill sosiou Steam navigntiou was once looked up Kentucky Training School Ihiril Itrfii Hiit I nton t t IVt INNVri i tsltNATP So waa tho power of Dr with doubt on Mt Storllng Ky We eurrv Not iiisesslon m iriioiN that will Fenners Cough Honey to rolleve any GL f tnnle uiul i in prieeh an- Till LOW I s1 Frankfort Capital cough In one licur until thousands of 7GS5fl jkLK kc pen I Hltciitiiil to inuil onlir trials demonstrated the fact Kqually Coughing leads toconsuinpiiou Kemps CI lyes energy good for horses and Ilalsum top the cough at once u sutisiaciiou i A practical homelike aircugiu uoiiey rciunucu Military tchoolulth collsg- r1 J r1VU lie latacourie sab- - by Rose For Jones Vote the Democratic ticket straight not given Iiilt tear au Ni J11 thl ollio at lUrinl V rouiirh t pin and the lxt h ucil in town it Â¬ i r i c 4 Hcwr11