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TpENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Ik urn Hazel Green Herald Of y a Noisy World With ykak HAZEL UU010N WOLFK HOW TO VOTE IF YOU WANT YOUR COUNT NOVEMBER 8 READ WHAT FOLLOWS Hour r n COUNTY Nvh From All Nations Lumbrlng at Ilia Baolc Sl00 A YEA Always In Advno A fltf KYM FRIDAY NOVO declare 11511 4 1892 NOIBEll 3 ballot to voir ii It U J r jof voter shall give explanation manner of voting On receipt of his fin the booth and the voter should oh ballot the elector shall forthwith ami sore these instructions j without leaving the room retire alone First If there is only one Domocratiu to one of the voting booth as provided candidate for each ollice to be filled and and hall prepare his ballot by marking the voter wishes to vote the straight in the appropriate square across mark Democratic titket he can vote for every X If the elector mark more names person whose name appears in the Dem Â¬ than aie persons to be elected to an ollice ocratic column by making a cross mark or if for any reason it is impossible to X with the stuncil or stamp in the iniii iii determine tho voters choice for an oilico large square underneath the rooster to be filled his ballot hall not he count SecondIf the voter desires to vote ed for Mich otllce No ballot -- hall In for all the persons in the Democratic rejected for any technical error which column except one or more and wishes docs not make it impossible to determine to vote in one or more races for tho can the voters choice didate of another party he should make nreeiiict ami not elsewhere but the fob He fore leaving the voting booth the a cross mark X in the square contain lowing persons are excepted and shall no elector shall fold his ballot without dis- ing the rooster and a cross nitrk in the have the rirht to vote playing the marks thereon except the in small square opposite to thu right of tho First Persons convicted in any court dnrscmcuts and the fac simile of the name of the candidate of tho other party of competent jurisdiction of treason or j signature of the county clerk ami the for whom he desires to voto and this felony or bribery in an election or of such signature of the election clerk must be will cast his vote for every name in tho high misdemeanor a- the General Aisciu- - j discio cd He shall deliver to one of the Democratic column except in the races lily may declare shall operate as an ex judges tho ballot who shall detach the in which he has made a cross mark X arate elusion fiom the riulit of sullrage but second stub learing the electors regis opposite the name of a candidate of an The Gltlrnj M Lndtfar ft Cam ColdiiCoughfJBorc Throat Croup Inflotn persons hereby excludedlnay be restored teied number or name ami deposit thu other party Wboopinjr Cough Bronckitia and Aithma A a Is twenty years old and luw a circulation n rura for ContutHDtioa in first eUrci and Third If the voter desires to voto for of 110000 copies a week It ia a com Â¬ totheireiiil lights by Executive pardon ballot in the ballot box The secondary ute at oner a tar relief In advanced atarea Ten will aee the excellent effect aftr takinr tho Second lersous who at the time of stubs shall be preserved until the polls all the poisons in the Democratic column bined story and family paper fully up Sotd by d aters eretywhere Lust frit dee w tettiea W cenu ana the election are in confinement under are closed and shall then be destroyed except in one or more races and does not to tho times in every particular and He wish to voto in such races nt all nor for handsomely illustrated There is a Fieh the judgment of a court for Mine penal before the ballot box is opened DINGFELDEK shall mark and vote his ballot without any person ho must make a cross mark ion Department and also a Young Peop olleie WITH undue delay and shall leave said room X in tho space opposite and to tho les Department either of which alono is Third Idiots and insane persons The following rules hhall be observed as soon n he has voted No such elector right of every peron in tho Democratic worth tho subscription price of 2 00 per CO in determining the residence of a person shall be allowed to occupy a voting column for whom he wishes to vote M year 100 for six months or 60 cents Fatirth If there are two or more Dem- for three months Send for f reo specimen ottering to vote so far as may be appli booth already occupied by another Importers and Jobbers of or to occupy n voiiujr booth for ocratic candidates for an oflice and tho copier and inducement for cluba Boys cable i 1 That shall he deemed his residence for more than three minutes in case all names of all of them are printed in the and girls everywhere tiro making money AND NOTIONS DRY GOODS where his habitation is and to which such booths arc in use and electors are Democratic column the voter must make selling the Ledger to regular customers wliei absent he has the intention of re- waiting to occupy the same and to speak a cross mark X in the square opposite Writo for particulars Address the pub- Â¬ Xus837 ttlfl and to or to converse with any one except as and to the right of the name of every lisher W D Boyce 113 116 and 117 turning West Main Street No person in the Denou atic column for Fifth avenue Chicago 2 He shall not lose his residence by herein provided within such room officer of elections shall whom ho wishes to vote abt ence for temporary purposes merely elector not ui LOUISVILLE KY Irotartlou In n Frntul Fifth Tho voter must not mako n nor shall he obtain a residence by being he allowed to re enter sat r om during Our opponents profess to bo much No more electors shall tie cross mark X in the largo square con- disturbed because wo in a county or precinct for such tempo said election have in our plat- Â¬ rary purposes without the intention of allowed to enter within said room at any taining the rooster unless there is only form denounced Kcbublicao protection making the county or precinct his home one time than there are voting booths one candidate for each office and he as a fraud What else ia it It ia a wishes to vote tho straight ticket or l By removal to another State or provided BETWEEN fraud for these conclusive reasons does not vote n bal unless ho wants to voto the straight tickEvery elector who county with intention to make his per 1 It is secured by a palpable abuse he loses his for- lot delivered to him by the clerk shall et except in one or moro races and in of the taxing power of the Govern- Â¬ BoiDweii Hazel Gresn manent resilience there Mora leaving the polling room return those races vote for the candidate of an- ment mer residence leaves liothucll every moruiiii iullnck I So also he loseh his residence here such ballot to such clerk and any voter other party 2 It inures to the benefit of the Sunday excepted ut ttO nml arrives nt OFFICKIIB OF FIKCTION Haiel tJreen at Mil v M Leaves Hand by removal to and residence in another who shall attempt to leave the room few at the exenso of tho many The polls shall be opened ot 7 oclock lireen every inoniiiie Sniidny excepted nt State with intention to reside there an with a ballot in bis possession sbnll at il It is based upon favoritism of tho oclock iirriviiik at Itothwell at L4J V M of either of in the forenoon nml kept open continu worst species indefinite time or by voting there even once be arrested on demand S A train anil eonneetiiii ultb the K 4 in the a- fur Mt Sterline There the IC iV8 A though he may have had the intention the judges and shall be fined therefor ously up to and closed at oclock 4 It tends to create fictitious prosper- Â¬ iiectswitli train for beiiotoii Frankfort not less than twenty five nor more than afternoon of the same day and before ity to bo followed by subsequent business to return here at some future period ami Louisville so parties can tret to tlic of any elector tho xliove inces the Minie day they leae Hazel depression f The place where the family of a one hundred dollars If any elector spoil receiving the ballot election shall cniuuj to be pro- Â¬ tireen married man resides shall generally be or deface a ballot by mistake so that it officers of f It is deceptive in its promises and such election is openvd considered his residence unless the fain can not be used he may return it and claimed that unsatisfactory in its results No person other than the election offiLitlius and chiblren traveling without ily so resides for a temporary purpose receive in place thereof one other ballot Its principal beneficiaries constitute tor We liaxe cers shall remain within fifty feet of the a privileged class and ecort will he kindly eared If his family is permanently in one and the fact shall bo noted by the clerk their importunities old expericnefd drivers spoiled on the polls except when voting Provided for Government aid lead to public scan Â¬ Yours rexpeetfnllv place ami he transacts his business in by writing the word that each political party may appoint dal and demoralization jalStf TAHOIt A PkIUSK David B Hill another the former shall be his resi stub and spoiled billot If any elector shall show his ballot or one challenger for each precinct who dence Tlio Mntunlny Hindu Wwrr shall lc entitled to stay in the room or AMOS DAVISWITH LiitTYKYl If a per on is objected to as not being any part thereof to any other jhtsoii In the greatest ncwspaer wonder of tho shall hnvo been marked at tho door thereof Such challenger a citien in addition to any iiestions the after the same age Ii is four years old mid has a cirBETTMAN BROS 5 CO of the candidates Hindi be appointed in writing by the judges may think proHr to nk the fol- so as to disclose any culation of over a quarter million copies voted for such ballot shall not bo debi- chairman of thu county or other local Clothing lowing shall he put him Manufacturers of of their political party and a week Tho latest sensations and tho Kjr4t Have you resided in this State ted in the ballot box A minute of committee most marvelous events are written up in DC W Pkahi Sr CINCINNATI occurrence shall be made on the shall produce written appointments on one year and in this county six mouths such tho best style and fully illustrated Sub be demand of any of the officers of election Do Business With a Homi Insthutun iinmidiaiely preceding this election and stub Isiok and such jwrson shall not scriptloiiH recelvod at 600 per year allowed to vote thereafter If a voter Each challenger shall take the following have you resided In this precinct sixty THE CLAY CITY You do solemnly swear or af- Â¬ 100 for six mouth or 60 cents for three shall tiller to vote a ballot so folded an oath days next preceding this election Special inducements to clubs you will faithfully discharge months Second Have you been nb eiit from not to disdnso the indorsement thereon firm that Send for free specimen copies Boys including the signature of the election the duties ns official challenger assigned this State wijhiu the year immediately cause auv everywhere are making big inonoy sell H AY CITY KY And il so did clerk the judges shall direct him to re- bv law that you will not preceding this election ing the Blade on the for 00000 you while absent consider this htale as turn to the booth and fold his ballot delay to persons tillering to vote further particulars Address streets Writo W iapitnl the publisher IOYI DAY than is necessary to procure satisfactory FRANK II KlSSKLI properly D Boyce lll HA and 117 Fifth avenue your home or did you while absent vote Cashier rreiileit information of the qualification of such IIXITKKATT VOTKIW Xo Hunk in Kastern Kentucky has bHtrr in another Stale Chicago vault nor heller faeilities for keepiiuryour Any elector who declares on oath that jhtsoii as an elector and that you will If the person is objected to as not a Thought In Pimm of Hiirrntt hv llflllle mOlilrt MTOtlllt Mini ml Ililln lv the reason of inability to rend tlio Eng- use no means to influence a voter ami lio know von and ho are always ready to r0ilent of the county or precinct in This Is the soberest and most sensible unable to mark his that you will not disclose or communi hu xcvoiiniioilate you isli li nll rs to vote then ill I ke lish languagedeclareis his choice of candi cate to any perou how any elector has Presidential campaign that this country rates Mouev to loan on reasonable be ballot may Call onus has witnessed since the election of James minner the following uc tions shall dates or party ticket to tho clerk who voted at such election in the era of good feeling The put to linn The County Executive committee of j Monroe ol the judges sherilf and When did you last come into this in presence sobriety and freedom from noisy excite LHjiO challengers and the elector shall with each party having a ticket to be voted ment with which thocoutcHt is conducted county or precinct dot in the appropriate at an electieu may designate a suitable whim von LMine into this county his pencil mark a are unmistakable evidence of political mark to Indicate the person to be present at witness and in did you come for a tempo- - place for the cross v or iirecincl counting of the vote in each evolution and progress The Democrats 130 ACHES OF LAN the purHse choice of the elector The clerk shall spect the r w lirMHI imriy PIul in behalf of Cleveland and r on then fold and deliver the ballot to the i precinct who shall lie admitted to said tariff reform ia iiUui to the calm lld at Torrent Station Ky the K If i of mnlciinr it jour lionu will Ihiilroad in Wolfe eonuiv vutiiiLi hut iu t iilin to rolm to the Li i - tihicu m no other nerson excciil judgment of an Intelligent people have or i yn you ctnie into this connt llVn d for Mile hv the Master Commissioner i i dmiited to ii i l Wolle t omitv at anipton on the o i ing u in j now io wTh rilltlii iiv - Is manifested in the campaign lbcpcn First Monday in November 1092 -Hi i tlio vililj riBii iifutluTflocUire ur elnUiim flm i ikij mw per acre lias fleres of ihU hind I miii ri Megrliuine the only permanent cure -- tii i Inrrvii About 71 acres of this land is holding the ballots wim the the name as hereinafter provided amino i1bir main stub o the ticket aooili rich liriiinv himl All of itisev the until the same for all forms of headache and netirakdn k Mr - -- w uuuo rtmu w i rri with iiiediiioi s amI timberthis himi iiimir in hw i -- ltl0i u u excellent Hone i Dairies on r - rvidcd therefor lcrli in the prcs4mce of the olher olll Is completed Wlien the result oi ine rvnm mu phi in iruin w to -- a nun- y i iiirai Kenerv tinsu riiiiMi in imi t i suuii nmiT so dulloiMr- - b i lot is nscerta ned t sbnll bo IniuieiU- - utes lorsuieon positive jetiHrftiiie nt a IKKMS Oloi i regMercl cers oi uvvu IK Pventoraeia mw II mr y i MiillW kPlriluis ti be oiid iiitixuiKl th remain- - sew v nv or ill ease liny person aieiy auuouueeu r t an prcMoman on receipt uprie w cents a mX twcly mouth i - rnmtuf tlm vutiiiuruum rin mid l ivrouiMiii number u -Dnnt n Iranlimlrv ti Tinou law ia in force mid in ull otner man 0 uj i 1 bv caiishn tin body m t taki fuiv i nil PM X lllulrr I In- Itotix It N a home trct rb oXYhIN No medieinc i sltoiK no iIuiilmI ricr 5ounial us for cireuhus lVM Wiltv hi r needed or less confusion is bound to en testimonials Iltin the best people nil ml t sue upon the adoption of anew method the c entry Wr rtf voting in Kentucky ami voters nml e pecially election officers will do well to read carefully the following instruc Uluoil IcllVrsuii sin ets Louisville K tions and suggestions They can be re- neu on as being correct who aim to von i Every male citizen of the Ioited States of the age of twenty one years who has ic ided in the State one vvnjmid in the couiitv six months ml in the precinct in which he oilers to vote sixty days next preceding the election is a voter in said ANI - 1iiit Thin to Joitni thfTlfUft siriilKlit riitlc oiv protriiitj tlio o1iotori4 full name ami the btuli honk for this purpose shall take tho i1jio if a poll lonk The clerk hall tlion detach the ballot with the secouda- i ry tul attached from the main stub and write bin own name on the back lMmMf im itt tIIIH endorsed to i l elector fii he clerk shall give him one and only one ballot and oil request i tunable to mark his ballot ami shall so the judges shall in tho presence of tho I lti i on oath the clerk ahull have the right to mark his ballot an hi tlio ease of a blind person applying to vote Mow To MAttK itVltoTO is only necessary for tho voter to It make ii cross mark X to indie ate for whom ho votes and this cross ark X must not be made with anything except of the the stencil or stamp that will be found I Mwr Dubois webb Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ - clerk sheriff and tho Inspector destroy tho ballot voted mutilated or spoiled1 and the ballots remaining unvoted Prov vlded Hint if there are any ballot cast and counted or left uncounted concern lug the legality or regularity of which there is any doubt or difierenco of onto- ion in the minds of tlio judges of elec Â¬ tion said ballots shall not lie destroyed but scaled up and relumed to the clerk of the County court with the returns of the election for audi judicial or other Investigation as may lie necessary with a true statement im to whother they havo or have not been counted and if fount- ed what part and for whom Any witness to the count or Inspector may demand from thu officers u duplicate to he signed in like manner and each judge shall retain another duplicate which may bo used us proof in ease of loss or destruction of the original and for this purpose each precinct clerk shall be furnished with u sufficient number of blank returns by the county clerk When tho foregoing requiromonta have been complied with the judges shall do- liver the stub book containing tho fore- Â¬ going returns together with tho nudes- troyed ballots inclosed in an envelope to the sheriff uf election before thoy sep- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J ROBINSON Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - 1 Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FARE Each Way 2 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ National banK Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pr - Â¬ crnm 1 Â¬ rr s JII - -a-i---h2S Z fr T 3Z Z1 eT JU SKSS - - iaim ld - ii -- - uuti - odTiiid uaim noiiuuuj pijavv -- J L V I U i lfJrm SEE Ilazcl Green Herald BIENOnil COOPCIl Publisher IIAZEL QUEEN THE STOLID Hi Cnn Sleep Bin J x KY CHINESE Work All In the Fame 1anltlnn It scorns to mnko no partfculnr dittor eneft to a Chinese how long ho remains In ono position Ho will write all tiny like an automaton If ho Is u handicraftsman ho will stand in ono place from dewy morning- till dusky ovo working away nt his weaving his gold beating or whatever it may be and do Â¬ - monotony to bo varied In tho same way Chinese school chil- Â¬ dren arc subjected to an amount of confinement unrelieved by any recesses oi change of work which would drive western pupils to tho verge of Insanity Tho very infanta in arms instead of squirming and wriggling is our children begin to do as soon as they are born lie as impassive as so many gods mud And nta moro advanced age when western children would vlo with the monkey in its wildest antics Chinese children will often stand sit or squat in the same posture for a great length of Â¬ Â¬ It every day without any variation in the monotony nml apparently no spo clal consciousness that there is any CLEVELAND TO THE FHONT Demneritejri Ieutler Milking it Grand Showing l the Ircthleiithtl linen In iho current canvass Cleveland stands like Saul- among tho prophets head and shoulders abovo the rest In no state of thu forty four Is there a local candidate who even in his local- Â¬ ity can measure popularity with him Mr Stevenson hfc immediate asso- Â¬ ciate is greatly admired in Illinois but Mr Cleveland is properly placed first upon the national democratic ticket It is not that this leader of the democracy lins created for himself the devoted personal following which at Â¬ tended so magnetic a democrat as Douglas The man seems not to havo created affection for himself but rather to have engendered something of that respect for his conscientious regard for duty his constancy in the performance of public trust which has given preem- Â¬ inent character to the first of the presi- Â¬ dents of this republic Everywhere in tho country thero is profound respect for Grovcr Cleveland an absolute confidence in his integrity as a public servant Time and again during his administration he demon Â¬ tunc tablishes tho same difference between himself and the Occidental as in the directions already specified Generally speiklng ho Is able to sleep anywhere None of the trilling disturbances which drive us to despair annoy him With a brick for a pillow ho can He down on his bed of stalks of mud bricks or rattan and sleep the sleep of the just with no reference to the refrt of creation He does not want his room dark Â¬ ened nor does he require others to be still The infant crying In the night may continue to cry for all he cares for It docs not disturb him In some regions tho entire population seem to fall asleep as by common in Â¬ stinct like that of the hibernating bear during tho first two hours of sum mer afternoons and they do this with regularity no matter whcie they may be At two hours after noon the uni verse at such seasons is as still at two hours after midnight In the ease of most working people at loist and also in that of many oth ers position In sleep is of no sort of consequence It would be ensy to raise in China an army of a million nay of 10000000 tested by competitive ex Â¬ amination as to their capacity to go to sleep across three wheelbarrows with head downward like a spider their mouths wide open open and a fly in- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In the Item of sleep the Chinese es Â¬ as he viewed the right than be merely expedient and attain personal popular- Â¬ ity and success He might have post Â¬ poned the tariff reform issue until his second term and ordinarily he would havo been reelected Ho might have abstained from vetoing the dependent pension bill which became a law during tho administration of President Â¬ strated that lie would rather be right FABRICATOR CotmnlMtoner Ieek let lllmieir Into rredlcnment Tho spectacle presented by Commissioner Ieek of New York must be vory humiliating to those who hayo protended to draw comfort from nte recent so called report While that docu ment was so indefinite that it really signified nothing the republicans have grasped at it as a welcome straw In a sea of troubles and have given it any sort of interpretation that suited their desiro or necessity Tho democrats smiling at tho conclusions while which the republicans have chosen to extract from it have been curious to know what sort of information Mw Peck based his report upon and being refused this reasonable request resorted to the aid of the courts to compel Mr Peck who Is a state oflicer to allow the public to see his authority for ills oflicial publication This remarkable functionary was given time by the court to answer why he should not comply with this demand and lie improved that time to defy the court and the public by burning the papers from which it is alleged he constructed or concoeted his report For this proceeding which is an offense punishable by fine or imprisonment Mr Peck has been arrested and will be prosecuted criminally The whole ease is certainly an ugly and suspicious one Peek who was appointed as a democrat gets up a doc umsut which he supposes damaging to his party and selects an unusual time 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A DASE PERSONAL AND LITERARY Its could not only retain in his mind n number composed of llfty threo figures but could extract therefrom tho square foot containing twenty seven figures without the aid of paper or pencil Who shall decide Tho quotation when doctors disagree and Miundest cnsulstH doubt like you and me was Moral written by Alexander Pope Essays Epistle t lino 1 The original did not apply to doctors of medicine but to doctors of philosophy Mrs A E N Hobertson of Muscogee Indian territory has just finished translating the New Testament into the language of the Creek Indians from the original Greek The univer Â¬ sity of Ohio has bestowed upon her the degree of doctor of philosophy in rec Â¬ ognition of her scholarship The mother of theyounng king of Servia the ex Queen Natalie has writ ten a drama bearing the title The Mother It Is intended according to the foreign papers t portray her own unhappy life while occupying the Servian throne and her struggles to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE ST LOUIS C1RNIVAL Increasing- - Popularity of tho St Loulo Pall PostlvitloB The Illuinlnntlnn Wltnemied hr tare nml IuttiitKlniitlo Crowd The Veiled Prophet Pageant Tho English mathematician Wnl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ keep her bo under her protection The oldest man in New England i T F Le Maistre who recently cele brated his one hundredth and eighth anniversary He was born on the Isle of Jersey in ITS I When fifteen years old lie came to this continent settling for a time in Quebec lie possesses all his faculties and enjoys life more than many a younger num-- Palmer Cox the artist of tho de lightful Hrownios which aro known to big and little children all over the land Is a native of Quebec a tall thin bachelor with blonde hair and mustache Me began his business life as a railroad employee He receives an un- Â¬ limited numherof letters fom children who wish to got his autograph and they generally succeed Colin Thaxtor the poet has a lovely summer home at Appledoro Isle of Shoals Here in an exquisit adorned and made fragrant by no less than two hundred vases of flowers Mrs Thnxter entertains her friends who are legion She is a regal looking woman of affluent vital ity and striking physique Impartially loving flowers and the sea she has an old fashioned garden riotous witli bloom close by tho silvery plashing waves Â¬ St Louis Sept 22 Advnntngolnbo ing takan by residents in a large num ber of states of tho low railroad rate to St Louis during tho carnivnl and every day crowds of excursion IsU visit the city and spend a few days In it enÂ¬ joying the attractions and tho re-Â¬ markable hospitality of iti citizens Tho Illuminations covering over six miles of streets and including over 75 000 gas and lectrio lights aro calling forth enthusiastic praise from thou uindi of spectators every evening and the crowds on the streets to night wero remarkable in every respect The po-Â¬ lice force arc in hearty sympathy with tho Autumnal Festivities association and they tind the crowds so uniformly good tempered and satisfied that thero is little difficulty in preserving order and preventing the unpleasantness which Is apt to arise from such an enormous collection of people on tho Btreets The electric panorama nnd pyrotech- Â¬ nic effects naturally attract tho lions share of attention but the street and side walk illuminations generally aro grand enough in themselves to war- Â¬ rant a long journey to see them An illustration is given of the Grant stutuo Â¬ draw-ing-rdo- m 1 Jk Stffia VlU M side Tho same freedom from tyranny of nerves is exhibited in tho Chinese en Â¬ durance of physical pain Those who have any acquaintance with tho opera tions in hospitals in China know how common or rather how almost universal It Is for the patients to bear with Â¬ out flinching a degree of pain from which tho stoutest of us would shrink in terror It would be easy to expand this topic tilouo Into an essay but we must pass it by merely calling attention to a re Â¬ mark of George Eliot in ono of her let- Â¬ ters The highest calling and elec- Â¬ tion sho says irritated no doubt by theological formulas for which she had is to do without opium and no taste tobearpaln with clear eyed endurance If she Ih right thero can bo little doubt that most Chinese at least havu made their calling and election sure X Y Â¬ Â¬ MoKINLET HELD TO ACCOUNT Wheres that increase in wages youve been Tim Amkimcan Woukinoman talking about I havent frcen it you must have it hand it over Puck Harrison and so avoided the buzzing of interested claim agents about his ears Hut that which ho saw to bo right ho persisted in performing without refer Â¬ ence whatever to its effect upon his po- Â¬ litical fortunes He is single minded sincere honorable courageous He is sturdy and faithful rather than mug uetle and brilliant Citizens of the re public roposb profound confidence in They are now the more willing him to give him their suffrages since they discover now their failure to uphold him in the t a rill refoiNn which lie pro- Â¬ posed not us an aid to himself but as a policy needed for the welfare of the re- j public has resulted in the administra Â¬ tion of Harrison and the triumph of high taxation for tho bencfitof protect Â¬ ed industries It is noted on all hands that there is very little stir in tlte canvass and friends of the administration beneficiaries of tho protective tariff members of the Heading combine pro prietorsof those trusts which employed in restraint of trade pour abnormal profits into tlu treasury of the fortu nate Individuals take the fact as in- Â¬ dicative of the suplneness of the people They assume that thero h no pur Â¬ CONTEMPORARY COMMENT pose to change tho existing conditions The republican national coin- Tlioy think that tho fight is all gone Â¬ k mlttcc has not yet announced Corporal out of the people whom they uro plucking day after tiny They may be very fanners mouth among tho fall openmuch mistaken It is not nccessiry ings Brooklyn Eagle to make a tremendous stir among tho Mr MeKinley explains and ex- Â¬ doctorate of America in order to induce plains but with all of it lie lias never them to believe that tho man who sent attempted to explain why under ten forth the tariff message of 1SS7 which years of high taiilY taxes more fnrm though it was not followed immediate Â¬ and home mortgages have been illud in ly by his reelection resulted in 1SJ10 in Nebraska aim Kansas than there were complete vindication at tho polls of the inhabited houses in both states in the tariff reform idea year of the passage of the MeKinley Tho campaign of education lias boon bill St Louis Republic mado substantially Intelligent elect Â¬ Concealment is confession Tho ors havo considered it thoroughly The burning of the manufacturers returns fact that the apathy is as great as to upon which he pretended to base his Harrisons candidacy Is the factor in recent report is equivalent to a plea of tho canvass which speculators upon tho guilty on the part of Commissioner outcome must take most into account Peek of tho Now York bureau of labor Upon his personality alone upon that statistics Ho and his stenographer confidence which is felt in him by tho huve been arrested with flattering electorate throughout tho entire- repub- proApectH of spending five years in tho lic it is altogether probable that Gro- penitentiary Louisvillo Tunes vcr Cleveland will Imj quietly and with From this hour it will be nothing practical unanimity in tho college but a gruud scramble to got Into the elected president of the United States democratic baud wagon Tho peoplo Chicago Times stand just whero they did two 3cars There is nothing illogltimuto In a ago on tho MeKlnley tariff robbery candidate conferring with his political and thero Is no longer tho shadow of a managers Hut the republican press doubt ns to tho emphasis of their vote has denounced Mr Cleveland for his in November This is Minnesotas op- Â¬ conference with his political friends in portunity to join tho great procession Now York as if ho had committed tho moving to victory in favorof tho masses against tho elates St Paul Globe unpardonable sin Boston Globe I stranded politician since the fall of the empire but was once one of ranees best orators reappeared momentarily in public life the other day as a messen Â¬ ger of the academy to notify President Carnot of the election of M Lavisse the historian Ollivier has aged very much during his enforced retirement of twenty two years Ho lives a most retired life and writes a book occasionally but he is hardly more than a remi Â¬ niscence of Napoleons astute prime minister of whom it has been said that Athens in her palmiest days might have been proud of him Â¬ Â¬ Enilc Ollivier who lias been a with the flags of Spain and the L tilled States suspended above it and it may be added that a triumph of electricity has been attained to such an extent that tho Uajs appear to wave during the illuminations An immense number of special at- Â¬ tractions arc announced Tho T P A celebration will bo on Saturda Octo- Â¬ ber 1 on which day the Veiled Prophet will arrive by boat on tho Mississippi river and tho great Veiled Prophets parade and ball will tike place on Tuesday October 4 Tho annual St Louis fair too popular and well known to need description opens October 3 and closes October S with two grand illuminations during the week Â¬ HUMOROUS Orator i I J Â¬ Advertliier Â¬ IttiiHuim for llitndlt Pure air and liberty are the very es Â¬ sence of life to those mercurial Greeks Their splendid climate makes an out Â¬ door existence both by day and by night not onlv a delight to them but in cases where their peasant dwellings would bo close and con lined an ab solute necessity except in tho short winter months Thoyuiro far happier roamiug houseless over tho hills sleep ing under an olive troo by night and dining on u bunch of grapes with a morsel of bread than living a regular existence at home It must be owned that for tho class of whom we are speaking the facilities afforded by this modo of life for pillaging travelers those hailing from Grout Britain by preference adds no small zest to their ca recr Blnckwoods M aga Inc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ And now my friends one for its publication that its damage 111 ry word more Reporter to boy bo properly felt lie refuses to divulge Hring me a lot more paper quick even a shadow of his authority on Boston Hullctin which he bases this report and In one respect the north pole is when brought into court secretly burns like a womans pocket Very likely it the papers which if they really war is there but no man could ever find it rant his conclusions would be careful Inland Printer ly guarded and produced it would So Rrowny youre going to be seem to confound those who question Yep married at last And who his work This alone condemns both I is to be best man at the wedding him and his report and taken in con Harpers Huzar nection witli his assertion that tins crit- Â¬ tun The Bill She Had Heen Running icism which lie lias received comes This milliners bill is out- Â¬ from enemies of Gov Hill seems to in- - Futher rageous I wont stand it Daughter dieate that Peeks motive was Ins per I simply want You neednt papa sonal enmity to Mr Cleveland and his Yankee Hlade desire to injure tho democratic nom you to foot it -- Guess Whats inee at ail hazards including that of In It Trivvet causing unjust reflections on Gov Hill Conundrum dinners are getting to be who had no knowledge of Pecks fool- quite a fad liow do you suppose they ish plans got that name Dicer Perhaps the Truly it is a contemptible business at principal dish is hash Detroit Free best and the much ado which the re- Press publicans arc making over it is neither I Gaston wonder why Sadfly creditable to their self respect nor in didnt try to rescue that lady when lie dicative of their possession of any real- Â¬ is such an expert swimmer Peter ly effective campaign material Louis- Â¬ son Well you see he thought right ville Courier Journal ut first that it was his wife Pomona Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Gen Sherman was fond of tolling When I was with the army In Georgia a slave owner one Christmas missed a fat turkey He suspected a fine looking colored man and had him You have stolen brought before him my turkey and eaten it said the irate master Isc not gwine to say I didnt I ought when you says 1 did mas a to do something to you What havo you got to say why I should not punish you Well musbu you haint lo anything particular You see you has a little less turkey and a good deal this story One of those school examiners who like to ask catch question put this not long ago What views would King Alfred take of univer al sullrigo of the conscription and of printed books if he were living now Tho ingenious pu- Â¬ pil wrote in reply If King Alfred were still alive lie would be too old to take any interest in anything Â¬ Itouuitiio unit IttiilKy was 10111111 tic ntivhow bolng stopped by hlghwavmen said iti sunnoso It Oh she life not so very ho replied Did they say Your money or your Judge No Indeed They growled Shell out yor tenderfoot or wo shoots Meeting the Argument Huh want a Economical Father lilcyclo do you It aint a week since a lxy dropped dead riding u bicycle Hoy Well it would save you a lot o money if Id drop dead but I havent ny bicycle to drop from Good News - Â¬ Â¬ like currants better than ccpt bananas apples oranges and sweet potatoes liar mm Young People Another Klml of Current wish I was a little fish said Jnuk Papa says tho ocean is full of cur I I uy kind of fruit rents an She was a pretty girl and fdie blushed a bit as she stepped into the I editors room suppose yon dont care for poetry here do you hu inTimes No said tho editor diplomat Â¬ quired ically I cant -- ay wo do I guesod Ive got Roman fever I know it as much from the verso you published said Hutkihs How did you get it I dont asked Millikcn And then she was gone know Im she rejoined Washington Star sure utiles it came from some macea roni I ate last night said Rations Excited lady on the beach Why harpers Razar isnt something done for that ship in Rowne de Rout What did your Why dont some of you wife say when you got home last night distress Coast Guard hurriedly Wo have front Cross Chris Cross First tell me tho crow a line to come ashore mum how much time you have to spare Evoitol Lady Good gracious Were Rowno de Bout -- About ten minutes they waiting for a formal invitation Chris Cross Then omt toll you Spare Moments Rrecding Will Tell Col Borkins I once saw a largo Cobwiggor must havo boon awfully d runic last melon sell for two dollars Undo night Ho was cleaning liis shoes with Rastus Dats nuthin sah I wuz his tooth brush Yes but then he axed ten dollars fer mi Cobwiggor wiped his teeth on tho door mat so its v i 111 nvn1 iimvij U1HH imi L IlOlO all right Brooklyn Eagle five 117 No sah I wuz bruk nntuk Rastus Frof Pottcrby Whonco do wo de-Â¬ do ton days Sun Miss Pert Pro never seen Mr rive the word helpmate Miss Edith Bjenks Is ho a handsome man Miss Miss Edith From tho fact that if she often Flyrte Handsome Well thats a didnt help him to propose they wouldnt mate I guows Indianapolis matter of opinion My own idea is that if beauty were subject to taxation Mr Journal Bjenks would bo entitled to a pension A bright little Auburn girl who is Somervllle Journal now passing her third summer became His Choice Oh Mr Hunker ex- Â¬ oppressed by tho hot weather and re-Â¬ claimed Miss Dorothy who is an en Â¬ marked I havent known it so warm thusiastic ornithologist which of tho boforo for sovural years Bangor ComAmerican song birds aro you fondest mercial I prefer tho lion Miss Dorothy of Havo you read Tolly Beach But tho hen Uutn songbird awfully Well blows Picnic Mamie Its awfully its the only bird whoso lay I caro for good Vihy I heard it was Detroit Free Press bad Well thats what 1 mean- Philadelphia Record Â¬ 1 V Â¬ f ALL IN ALL i dmiratio for the Man Who Goes ronn un Dr u Thin to Win thn CIimnplnnfthlp Talium0- - Hcturu irom Kurojie um1ny by a vnst congregation which assembled in tho Brooklyn tabernacle preach his first sermon to licnr him European lnS return iron m after Tf announced that in a Sundav tour - Dr Tnlmago was greeted with a most generous niul effusive welcome his stewardship in delivering in in behalf of The Christian Herald the S000 worth of Hour for tho starving The subject Sunday was text Colossians iiL 11 All in AH is all and in all Christ Returned after the most eventful summer of my life I must shortly and as soon as I recover from the sea voyour mission piyc vou an acoount UPC of bread to famine struck Russia and of my preaching tour through Germany Inff Russia go back to the old dispensation nnd sea a lamb on tho nltnr nnd sav Behold 1 10 lamb of God which tnketh nway tho nin of the world Then I go nnd t he mnnnn provided for tho Israelitesseo in tho wilderness and say --Jesus tho bread of life Then I look at the rock which was smitten by tho prophets rod nnd as tho water gushes out I wy It is Jesus tho fountain opened for sin nnd for unclonnliness I go back and look at tho writings of Too nnd hear him exclaim I know that my llodecmer llvoth Then I go to Kzekiel and I find Christ presented there as a plant of renown and then I tamed over to Isaiali and Christ is spoken of as a sheep before her shear- Â¬ ers It is Jesus all tho way between Genesis and Mnlachi Then 1 turnover to tho New Testament hnd it is Christ In the parable it is Christ in tho mira- Â¬ cle it is Christ in tho evangelists story Apocalypse I know there are a great many people who do not flud Christ in tho Bible Here is a man who studies the Biblo as a historian Well if you come as a historian you will find in this book how the world was made how the seas fled to their places how empires were established how nation fought with nation javelin ringing against harbegeon until tho earth was ghastly with the dead You will see the coronation of princes tho triumph of conquerors and tho world turned up Â¬ side down and back again and down again cleft and starred with great agonies of earthquake and tempest and battle It is a wonderful history put Â¬ ting to the blush all others in the ac Â¬ curacy of its recital and in tho stupend Â¬ ous events it records Homer and Thueydides and Gibbon could make great stories out of little events but it took a Moses to tell how tho heavens and the earth were made in one chap- Â¬ ter and to give tho history of thou- Â¬ sands of 3oars upon two leaves There are others who come to the Bible merely as antiquarians If you come as antiquarians you will find a great many odd tilings in the Bible peculiarities of manner and custom marriage and burial peculiarities of dress tunics sandals crisping pins amulets and girdles and tinkling ornaments If you come to look at military arrangements you will find coats of mail and javelins and engines of war and eircumvallation and encampments If you look for peculiar musical instru- Â¬ ments you will find psalteries and The an- Â¬ shigionoths and rams ho-nfind in the JSible curiositiquarian will ties in agriculture and in commerce and in art rtttd in religion that will keep him absorbed a great while There are those who come to this Bible as you would to a cabinet of out ioi ties What and you pick up this and say a strange sword this is and 4What a peculiar hat this is and What an un and the libio looked for lamp that is to such becomes a British museum Then there arc others who find noth- Â¬ ing in the Biblo but the poetry Well if yon come as a poet you will find in tiiis bool faultless rhythm and bold imagery andstartling antithesis and rapturous lyric and sweet pastoral and instructive narratives and devotional psalm thoughts expressed in a stylo more solemn than that of Montgomery more bold than that of Mlllon more terrible than that of Dante more nat ural than that of Wordsworth more impassioned than that of Pollock more tender than that of Spenser This great poem brings all the gems of the earth into its coronet and it wiaves the flames of judgment in its garland and pouvs eternal harmonies in its rhythm Everything this book touches it makes beautiful from tho plain stones floor threshing summer of tho Xahor of daughters tbe filling the trough for the camels and the fish pools of Heshbon up to the Psalmist prai ing Cod with diapason of storm and vhirlwind and Job leading forth Orion Arclurus and tho Pleiades It is a wonderful poem and a great manv people read as they do Thomas and Walter MooVes -- Ialla Bookh Ladvof the Lake and Tenny Scotts sons Charge of the Light Brigade in Tliev sit down and are so absorbed looking at the shells on the shore that they forget to look oil on the great ocean of Gods mercy and salvation Then there are others who come to this They marshal passage ink nR skenties incl trvto gei unmiiiKiin i oir Would havo nnd Luke in pnul lm a discrepancy uliwi ks nna h fait James say mos0 concern- they try the account Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 5 hear theso men talklntr about a future Bfe Just ask a man who rejects that Biblo what Heaven Is ami hear him beÂ¬ fog your soul Ho will toll you that Heaven Is merely tho development of tho internal resources of n mnn it is an efilorcscencc of tho dynamic forces into a state of ethereal nnd transcend- Â¬ ental incubation in close juxtaposition to tho ever present 4was and the great to be and tho evorlasting no Con- Â¬ sidering themselves wlso they aro fools for time fools for eternity Then there Is another class of persons who come lo the Biblo ns controversial- Â¬ ists They nro enormous Presbyterians or fleroo Baptists or violent Methodists They cut tho Bible to suit their creed instead of cutting their creed to suit the Bible If tho Scriptures think as they do well if not so much the worse tor the Scriptures ThcBlblo is merely tho whetstone on which they sharpen tho dibsccting knlfo of controversy The como to it as a government in time of war conies to armories or arsen- Â¬ als for weapons and munitions They have declared everlasting war against all other sects and they want so many broad swords so many muskets so many howitzers so many eolumbaids so much grnpo and canister so many field pieces with which to rako tho field of dispute for thoy mean to get the victory though tho heavens bo darkened with tho smoke nnd tho What earth rent with tho thunder do they care about tho religion of tho 1 havo seen more Lord Jesus Christ such men como back from an ec- Â¬ clesiastical massacre as proud of their achievements as an Indian warrior boasting of the number of scalps he has taken I havo more admiration for a man who goes forth with his lists to get the championship than I havo for these theological pugilists who make theological magazines ring with their war cry There aro men who seem to think the only uso of tho sword of truth is to stick somebody There is one pas Â¬ sage of the scriptures that they like better than all others and that is this Blessed be tho Lord which teacheth my hands to war and my fingers to fight Woe to us if wo como to Hods word ns controversialists or as sleep tics or as connoisseurs or ns fault- Â¬ finders or merely ns poets Those only get into tho heart of Gods truth who como seeking Christ Wel- Â¬ come all such They will find ilim coming out from behind tho curtain of prophecy until he stands in the full light of New Testament disclosure Jesus the son of God tho Saviour of tho Â¬ Â¬ it is Christ in the apostles epistles and it Is Christ in the trumpet peal of tho startled the world with the strangest announcements ran in collision with solemn priest and sad ruler and with a voice that rang through temple and palace and over ships deck and moun I in tho light or tain- ton oclurod the world Men were taken all aback ntthc idea that that hand yet hard from the use of the ax the saw the adze and latthct should wave the -- copter of authority and that upon that brow from winch they had so often seen him wipe the sweat of toil there would yet come the crown of unparalled splendor We all and of universal dominion know how difficult it is to think that anybody who was at school wUh us in boyhoed lias got to be any thing great or famous and no wonder that those who had been lows with Christ in the streets of Nazareth and seen him in after years in t hi days of his complete obscurity should have been very slow to acknowledge Christs wonderful - of beneficent institutions and of noble men there appeared a personage more lie wonderful than any predecessor came from a family without any royal Ho be or aristocratic pretention Ho had no came a Galilean mechanic There advantage from the schools wen people beside him day after day who had no idea that he was going to 10 anything remarkable or do anything remarkable Yet notwithstanding all this and without any title or scholarly profession or flaming rhetoric he Â¬ established were not lacking in Now in this line ingenuity and force were rom Liverpool to Moscow to London and Edinburgh and Belfast and Dublin is Jesus Every age of the world has had its historians its philosophers its artists Its thinkers and its teachers Were there histories to bo written there has always been a Moses or a Herodotus or a Xenophone or a Joscphus to write them Were there poems to be con- Â¬ structed there has always been a Job or a Homer to construct them Were there thrones lustrous and powerful 1o be lifted there has always boon a Were David or a Cvnr to raise them teachersdemanded for the intellect there and the hearts there has been a Socrates and a Zeno and a Cleanthcs and a Marcus Antoninus coming forth on the grand and glorious mission Every ago of the world has lncl its triumphs of There has not Tcason and morality Icon a single age of the world which lias not had some decided system of re- Â¬ The Platonism Orientalism ligion Stoicism Brabininism and Buddhism considering the ages in which they Vmrland Scotland and Ireland but mv first sermon on reaching here must be a hosanna of gratitude to Christ and from the text I have chosen I have found that tho greatest name in the ocean shipping aml and from Moscow crown and palm and scepter and hers by theso bleeding fcot and by this river aide and by this wounded heart cry Blessing and honor and fflory and powor bo unto Ilim that slttoth upon tho throno and unto tho Lamb forever Tell mo of a tear that nnd forever Ho did not weep of a burden that Ho did not carry of a battle that Ho did not light of a victory that Ho did not All in nil is Jesus in tho achieve great plan of redemption I remark again Christ is everything to tho Christian in timo of trouble Wo must sll Who has escaped troublo stoop down and drink out of tho bitter lake Tho moss has no timo to grow on tho buckets thtit como up out of tho hearts well dripping with tears Great trials aro upon our track as certain as greyhound pack on tho scent of deer From our hearts in every direction there aro a thousand chords reaching out binding us to loved ones and over and nnon some of theso tendrils snap Tho winds that cross this sea ore not all abaft Tho clouds that cross our sky aro not feathery and afar straying like lloeks of Bheep on heavenly pas- Â¬ tures but wrathful and somber and gleaming with terror thoy wrap tho mountains in fire and como down bay Â¬ ing with their thunders through every gorge The richest fruits of blessing hnvo a prickly shelL Llfo hero Is not lying at It is anchor it is weathering a gale not sleeping in rt soldiers tent with our arms stacked it is a bayonet ehnrgo Wo stumble over gravestones and we drive on with our wheel deep in tho old Trouble has wrinkled rut of graves your brow and it has frosted your head Falling in this battle of life is there no Hath God angel to bind our wounds made this world with so many things to hurt and none heal For this snake bite of sorrow is there no herb grow- Â¬ ing by all the brookn to heal tho poison Â¬ HOME In HINTS AND HELPS A quarter of an ounce of saltpeter tho water will make the flesh ot ta culturist while very hot on mashed potato Housekeeper Calf a Tongues Fricasseed Boll thv tonguo mtll done about an hour tako off tho skin and trim neatly then cut into slices half an inch thicks roll in Hour nnd fry for a moment or two in hot dripping place them in a saucepan add parsley celery and sliced oitlomt and cover with gravy broth or water simmer closely covered for thirty minutes slightly thicken tho jrravy and pour Unround them American Agri- Â¬ Huokloberry Short Cake Make a good biscuit dough with a pint gfcslfted fish Tory firm SwcotbroRds Wash tho sweet breads wipo them perfectly dry cat them into slices about half an inch thick and fry in butter or lard Serv 41 vi t From this humble point the stream of lifr flowed out At first it was just a faint rill hardly able to tind it- - way down tho rock but tho tears of a weeping Christ added to its volume and it flow- Â¬ ed on until by the beauty and green ness of the banks you might know the path the crystal stream was taking On nnd on until tho lepers were brought down and washed of their leprosy and the dead were lifted into the water that they mitrht have life and pearls of joy and promise were gathered from tho brink and innumerable churches gath ered on either bank and the tide Hows on dcep r and stronger and wider until it rolls into the river from under the throne of God mingling billow with billow and brightness and joy with Joy and hosanna with hosanna I was looking at some of tho paint Â¬ ings of the artist Mr Kensett I saw seme pictures that were just faint out Â¬ lines in some places you world see only tho brandies of u tree ml no trunk and in another case tho trunk and no branches He had not finished tho work It would havo taken him days and months perhaps to havo com Â¬ pleted it Well my friends in this Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mission get only the faintest outline what Christ is It would tako all tcrnlty to fill up tho picture so lov- Â¬ ing so kind so merciful so great Paul does not in this chapter say of Christ Ilo is good or Ho is loving or Ho is patient or Ilo is kind ut in his exclamation of tho text world wo f Tto embraces everything when ho says Christ is all and in nil I remark in tho first place Chrlst ls everything in tho Bible I do not care here I open tho Bible I find Josus In whatever path I start I come after vrhlle to tho Bethlehem manger I world They will find Him in genea- Â¬ logical table and in chronological cal- Â¬ culation in poetic stanza and in histor ical narrative in profound parable and They will sue His in startling npraclo foot on every sea and His tears in tho drops of dew on Hermon and hear His vi ice in the wind and behold His words all abloom in the valley between Mt Olivet and Jerusalem There are some men who come and walk around tho temple of truth and moruly see tho out- Â¬ side There are others who walk into tho porch and then go away There are others who come in and look at tho pic- Â¬ tures but they known nothing about the chief attractions of the Bible It is only the men who comes and knocks at Kdttnrlal the gate saying 1 would see Jesus Ill speaking of what the editor of a For him tho glories of that book open journal must bu the Now and he goes in and finds Christ ami religious York Observer says with Him peace pardon life comfort He must be as serious as a parson All in all is Jesus in nnd Heaven but as scintillant as the best of diners the Bible out He must bo as confident as a r remark again that Christ is everycyclopedia but as cautious as a table thing in the grout plan pf redemption of logarithms Ho must not be nlto We aro slaves Christ gives deliverance gother a philosopher but ho must cer to the captive We are thirsty Christ tainly not bn a buffoon for in one easo is the river of salvation to slako our ho will sink his ship with his own I thirst Wo are hungry Jesus says Lvoight and in the other his paper liko Wo aro con Â¬ am the bread of life balloon will explode with its own Save that a toy says demned to die Christ gas man from going down to the pit I am Quoting the above tho Congregation We nro tossed on a sea of tho ransom alist adds troubles Jesus comes over it saying In welcoming contributions he must We aro in It is I be not afraid be as omnivorous as the ostrich and in am the bright darkness Jesus says publishing them as fastidious as an epi Â¬ and morning star cure indenting with visitors as patient Wo are sick Jesus is the balm of as Job in enlarging his subscription Gilead We are dead hear the sliromls list as peripatetic as Ishmaol in re- rend and tho grave hillocks heave as sponding to appeals for aid as ready as l am the resurrection and lie erics Paul ami in receiving rowani as oilier the life he that believeth in me though worldly as Lazarus who had to be sat Wo he were dead yet shall he live bosom Being justified by isfied with Abrahams justification want A religious controversy calls attenfaith we have peace with God through Wo want to tion to tho fact that the Christian our Lord Jesus Christ Beliovu in the Lord weeklies exercise faith are still discussing the iicmc Christ miiii l in in shalt bo saved question as to why people do pcrennhi I want to get irom unuer couuemninot 0 tochunh Tho real question is There is now therefore no con- - fintwhat percentage of the population tlon demnntion to them who aro in Christ aiUlu fnmvh but what preontug of who atend get nnd give The cross He carried it The tlll Jesus by parthdpitiou in chnvh work of hell He suffered them The lnr the creation b i noiltrn us We would II to hear shUIItf1IoolHlnroiUu Thecrowu Ho J worship l in science and usor Heights of Heaven sing it ami Ulllt qUjlhm loliatnl cv won it ull questions betwc ei tli f ht U wmlds of uicj plorcr and the inspired Tuenty eight Congregitlonallsts hcavuns cryi lIoryt Jlopyj c j jrjvo tho preference to uio lho lro twenty Methodists eight Bupti tH and p These men these spmeis From Golomda mines twenty UiiltariiuiH are sitting in thu f OllOIUIUO suck poison quite a showing for vi i in diamonds from Ceylon new parliament tiii ruuiur i irimw fsittmi t icir lnwui-n-- j T banks wo gather the pearls from all tho Nonconformists Will tluir prob ls to otico improve legislation Wo shall bee ji Hospice fluom wo orniK ii wlih nronhet stones ami prophet see AoM aim put them down at the feet of evangelist Gorman author Baur inn vniuiiiab ft and say AH thono aro Thine has An eminent book till Das Deutsche written a anostle and if they can Jesus sirt worthv wctio with a MMirm in which he Evangaollscho Pfarrhaus flmi homo bad trait of el mrnotvr in Wo go forth again for mora trophies a tinned ill that ilOie i tho shows that Germany is indebted to her and into onu shonf wo gaMer all nnd manses for n great part scooters of the earth of r ll loyalties ministers of her greatness nnd worth carcass wo bring wings over the nnw and dominions nnd then it down at the -tho they can not unueu tors nmj put f of st There nro salnt llkolivos nnd martyr Because at Jonah Thou nrtfcing deaths which aro not recorded und nro nml fcay of tho wnale swallowed swai- thM0 Thou mg conquor worth nil tho mora in Heavens sight tempt tho more wonderful feat of of inodorn J monster whale forth agaln to lwcnufto nnsustnincd by human admira- Â¬ tjcn wo owing the tnoro tronhlcR unu urn mo rc-- tion Between tho Lights klrenticism They iiu notoo cHilu that the Biblo story should nss deemed of all ages bona and daughters Sin nnd suffering nro serpents nl imt tho dumb true which says tliumelvcs nrovc tho of the Lord Almighty to come Wo ask ways twinned and uovcr single Way Â¬ io them to come and offer their thanksgivby their own utterances ings nnd the hobU of Heaven briny lend IIoyL ff bounds when I 1 am muuseJ Wyond Â¬ Blessed be God that in tho Gospel Christ has we find tho antidotel bottled on ocean of tears How many thorns Ho had plucked out of human agony Oh he knows too well what it is to carry a cross not to help us car- Â¬ ry ours Ho knows too well what it is to climb the mountain not to help us up the steep He knows too well what it is to bo persecuted not to help those who aro imposed upon lie knows too well what it is to be sick not to help those who suiter Ay He knows too well what it is to die not to help us in our Blessed Jesus thou last extremity knowest it all Seeing thy wound Â¬ and thy wounded hand ed side and foot wounded nnd thv wounded brow wo aro sure thy Oh when those thou knowest it all into whoso bosoms we used to breathe our sorrows aro snatched from us blessed bo God heart of Jesus still beats and when all other lights go out and and tlie world gets dark then wo see coining out from behind a cloud some thing so bright and cheering wo know it to be tho morning star of the souls The hand of care may deliverance make you stagger or the hand of perse cution may beat you down or the hand of disappointment may beat you back but there is a Hand and it is so kind and it is so gentle that it wipetli all tears from all faces lour two tablespoonfuls butter two teaspoonfuls baking powder and a good pinch of salt Wot with swet milk or water to form a soft dough Roll it into two cakes lay one above tho other in a pic plato and bake When done separata tho layers nnd spread both with butter and then with the huckle- Â¬ berries stewed and sweetened and slightly thickened Orange Judd Farmer Pineapple Sherbet Iecl dig tho eyes out of nnd grato two pineapples When prepared thoro should bo ono quart Add one nnd a half pounds of sugar tho juice of two lemons and ono quart of cold water stir until tho NUgnr is dissolved lot it stand half an hour strain through a sieve pour into a freezer and freeze stirring all tho time When it begins to get stiff add tho white of ono egg beaten to a stiff froth with u tablespoonful of fine sugar added turn a few minutes longer nnd repack the freezer If it needs It Let It stand two hours N Y Observer An excellent cement for mending china or glass and ono that shows lit- Â¬ tle trace is made as follows Soak some isinglass in water until it is soft and then dissolve it in us small a quan- Â¬ tity of proof alcohol as possible gentlo heat will aid the dissolving In two ounces of this mixture dissolve ten grains of gum ammoniac while still a liquid add half a drachm of mastic previously dissolved in rectified alcohol Mix well To liquefy place tho bottle in a warm water apply it to the frac Â¬ ture with a feather or soft brush and set the mended vessel a few hours in some undisturbed place Detroit Freo Press Â¬ itilltm Pastry Two pounds of one pound of ground svrrrt almonds one pound of coarse powdered sugar one pound of butter eight ounces of pistachio nuts ten eggs Beat the butter and saffron coloring sugar to a light cream ndd the vnn two at a time beating well till all aro in chop the pistachios fine mix them in the cream add the almonds and suf Â¬ ficient saffron to make tho batch n bright golden tint then work in tho flour Butter mi edged baking tin and spread the paste an equal thiukuesH upon it mark tho surface in diamond shapesbake in a moderate oven Divide the cakes at tho marks Good House Â¬ Turkish Hour -- keeping Voat FALL COSTUMES imil ArtUtio Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ 1 itit - 1 J - j ton I jhl ISSS lv w - - Z dhSiXii 1 I iiw- - mj -- EcrionvScavllln1r - nir Vle iv Very simple in style aro many of tho imported suits for the autumn Somo have n three quarter jacket of sergo or homespun with a blouse or seamless waist of surah or other silk Thus a skirt of cream or blue homespun Is made with a waist of dark blue satin surah over a whaleboncd lining Tho surah is lapped in plaits in the back showing no seams The frontsaro drawn down without darts leaving a deep V space for a plastron of cream color cov Â¬ ered with horizontal ntrlpesofdark bluo silk braid A short frill like a Vortu gadln puff of tho surah shows below the waist giving breadth Ut the hips A girdle covered with the braid encircles the waist above the frill or puff Tho collar and wristbands of the full sleeves aro also of tho braid For tho streot a princess jacket s added of tho wool of the skirt lined with silk liko that of tho blouse Another suit has a coat liko tho HuKslun variety so popular this summer This has a wool skirt sewed on along tho waist line and tho back has one wldo plait The fronts do not meet to fasten nnd aro turned back at Ihe top in a rovers collar Tho Louis XV and XVI styles now raging aro giving impetus to tho pauiers and slight hip draperies so persistently rumored about and heretofore so littlo uon Somo now fete gowns recently Imported und sont to Newport show that theso revival rumors regarding Ono of tho punters aro authentic iiihIoIh is of palo rose colored silk raised on tho left side to show a pottl eout of black laco over pink A grace- Â¬ ful drapery of black laco comes from tho left shoulder across tho chest to tho wnist and thoneo to tho right hip where it Is lightly draped In panicr style Another dress of sheer cream veiling or French challl is patterned with pale blue cornllowcrs twined to form a narrow stripe Tho superfluous material on tho front breath Is caught up to tho hips where It Is held In place by bows of comllower bluo ribbon and added to tho fulness of tho upper side breadths form Bhort Wattcau panlors No ouo but slender women however should select this particular style N Y i lorix DchIhh In Autumn HI Post ml i fV 1 iilimiHtTiiajw fe IIUBIIlll ru iw i1 tvum iiuuniBWWi nw Hazel Ujreen Herald SPENCER COOPER jlv tubvS j Editor r- - owv rimHKv v Mr Ellen llurM of fHckxim visited well known New Yurie turfman liiw In t 10000 to S70OI lujr lMer Mr Georgia Arnold last tnit Clevolund will Ih Heeled In New week Oet 80 LouitXA V ik Jit velum i m hut favorite ISjjrYote for Jame H Ilaeirisg Klri tur J C Lykltis fSyVote MtKit Ihwiln the TriEllft fur- DCCT laincQ i - HjEAW fr For heretofore Manned Reptihllean who can have Miwer vmted in them tn do many HAZEL GREEN KY not and will not upport the Force bill things even the president cannot dit and how careful we should he in selecting Nov 4 180 party tliem Ihey have the kis tn your treasfro under the Itoiwters feet ury and large v the twice and happiness DEMOCRATIC TICKET told us Saturday that of our homes in their own hands Tin It is not a Patent Paint but the best Paint that can be nmilu A OKNTlKMAN he perxuinlly knew a host of Repuhli candidate we the Democrats of the IU1I1 For lreidilent experiemletl Pritetical Paintor with the assistance of cma who will not upHirt Judge Lilly j congressional district have selected is a hv an CROVER CLEVELAND is guaran Â¬ w York and who will vote for Mr Red wine and man who has had all the exHrieuce and the latest improved and powerful machinery Or For Vice President among the niinihcr i the biggest Repub knowledge that only a self made n a teed to ttfve satisfaction Will cover one half more space lican in Vilfe county He named the cm have and which is very important ADLAi E STEVENSON Sent freight paid for oil mixed by hand Of Illinois man but made the request of us tlnt that a man should have lcfore he aspires than lead and One reliable dealer wanted in each to congress Rai ed a very poor boy and wc should mit publish the name per gallon For Judge Court of Anneal accustomed to hard work by energy and jfirVote for Red wine JAMES II IIAZELMQG town Send for color cards etc to push he has brought himself to a station Of Montgomery County KY MORGAN COUNTY For Conernw 10tliJitriet of influence and iuiortaiH e He hit- JUDGE held the responsible jHition of county KvniiitiotiA fgrSPKWKU COOIEII Went Hazel ttreen Of Clark County Something happened in thi neighbor judge of Clark county and is known l r For Circuit Judge FLOYD HAY Never in hood last Sunday that never to our his fearlessness and fairness D H KKDWINK J TAYLOU PAY Of Hreathitt Count v knowledge occurred here liefore Some the course of his life has he Ihvii mile bird hunters who have I wen here for upon for contributions for charitable COUNTY TICKET several days continued their hunting on purMses but he resKiuded MUraily For Circuit llerlc Sunday shooting and bombing away His talent and lilterality cannot U qus V ANSA NT JONAS F For Sherin within hearing of town and that too tinned When in congress lie will with Wholesale and Retail Dealers in GEO HOE W DRAKE while one of our mint respected citizens untiring energy discretion and the interlay a corpse which fact they lnw be- est of his c institucut at heart do his Fur Circuit IikIrp fore they started and they wore advised duty unfalteringly With the largest We are nttthnrlxed to nuiituiiiee Judgr by some of our people to not go True Democratic majority evei known in the HKNItY C IIIIY n n eiimUilttlv Inr Cirin the mountains but we 10th congressional district Marcus C we live C IIAZKL I KEEN KY cuit Jiulue la the Tnciitytlilrd Jiiilienl U have a law to prevent such heathenism L sle will lie our next conure siuaii Irict coniioset nf the toiiutie of KmiII m x S Jfcsi as this and we hoe thiie viola os may teTYote for M C Lisle Iee Wolfe llrenthitt ami Mauotliii I nrrrrtA Cfnnt nnfl I numof Drinnn o uuft a u Luncdi ruuci d yrj have to pay the full cualiy for their M For Appellate Judge Oavlil It licit who We tire ntilhoriseii to iiiinoiinre Itnlue W conduct VVLUV David It Redwine is equaled by few f anv house in hastern Ken- It HOLT u a ciiiMliilulo for re eleetion m AHMHKHBHHXS Died on the JtUh inst Rov James and surpassed by none for s briety lion i Indite ot t It Court of Appeals at tin0 tuckv Live Stork Saw Loirs Arn qiarger of this place lie had been esty ability and clearheadedness He is W Kt itJicr BKS vemher election IMU V School latins and ountrv Pro- Vk M jCCIWvr in feeble health for several years thr loved by all who know him In his own For Coniiuoowrnttlis Attorney tltt tv taken in exchange fur He county he has made a reputation that is We are nuthorUetl to niiinniiice JAMKS most of the time a constant sufferer Lfootls or on notes and account had not ben able to wash his face or put worth more to him than the wealth ot H MAUCrM rrj of llreatlutt county u mtmmmtmmmm a eandidate for Commonwealth Attorney 011 hi clothes for about thirteen years Gould jfmaTaSTfmmmtTm His ability as an attorney is in the district compoieil of ISrentliitt INtlll In the days of his strength he was con M all over the district and combined kiiWti Lee Magoilln nml Wolfe counties sidered one of the ablest preachers of with his other noble qualities he wil For ClrtMtlt Clrrk the Christian church The funeral ser- make us the best judtfe th it lias ever Wn nre iutliorU l to nunniiiiiv It M t And a govt lump vices were conducted by Itros Silas lie COX as n miidiiliUc for Circuit tlerk of occupied me oeucii 111 our uisirici in must be simple when it is not Minnie it is ratt 1 II Haney and James Fugate promises to be firm yet cutrteous to all Morgan coiuilt Election Nov 8 I SinhU Beautiful GihuI these t not good after which the remain were consigned from the lowest to the greatest to keep A wtiitls mean inuih but to bee The Km lu ster earth in the Ezel cemetery to mother our dockets clear and not to allow cases will impres the truth more forcible All metal V xi KVTff3viQr J TilK editor of the Clay City Chronicle i W II Holt addressed the people at to drag from court to court at the ex tough and seaniless and made n three pieces onv in his paper of last week again doyotis i The uust im- pense of litigant and the commonwealth it is absolutely Ary and unbreakable Like Alultiins u odumn of his valuable space to laud this place 1st Thursday portant point that he made was that he but influenced by wisdom and justice ot old it is indeed a wotukrlul lamp for us mar- Â¬ Judge Lilly or larrup Us which Those velous liht is purer and brighter than ens liht a lawyer was the first man to use a will try all cacs possible during the full who have read the article agree with us in softer than electric liiht and more cheerful than either that the former ohjcci is his aim and negro as a witness in this part of the term of the court and he is a man that took for tli t imp Tiif KfHllrTH Ifthc tanOlclerlisnl any fair minded man would so analyze country after the freedom which was in will not violate his word With a man Kochrstcr nnl the slvlc joii wiut cmt to a for our new iUn trUil cUiU8i einl miii a l utp c wit ami rrlv liv uitr choice ol owr itUUU it A plain as the mse on a Polish a casealniut a yaller d g Tlie negro of such sterling worth for our next cir vsiiclics fioni the tnld titp SI rin thrcjre x CO 42 Iark Place New York CUjr Jews face id the fact that his wirli in the waso pulled that his evidence caused cuit judge the people of the -- trd district llOCHKvrim matter warps his Democracy of which Holt to loo the cae just like the other can feel assured that their enuc will be lie blatantly louts and his disguise is negro we read nbnit will cause him to tried with promptness ami can enjoy the fullest confidence that unbiased by any so truniarcut thai all readily see he is lose the oflice that he is seeking for 1 II Haney was here last Saturday outside opinions the law will li admii for Lilly politics or no olitics Very few will blame you Jim for holding up with his third party britches 011 again istered fearlessly yet justly 4SSrYote for Redwine the hands of your relative but us the We heaid that he had laid them oil but woman said to the policeman trying to perhaps it was only to have some repairII Hnci lrlifK quill the row between herself and litis ing done or he may have sat down on an There is no otlice within the gift of the Men air mlkiajr hImmii lm slmll the aet lni TIIK TOllf OT TIIK PAY hind u What in the h have you got egg jilentTirirt Keroriii Ae lint the lailio are talking ul the Cine 1u rail re ami how ehi i people more important than judge of the it to do with it anyhow The race is not Zachariah TIioiiihs from California court of appeals ami we as I Vomeral- - they euii hnv friiin iji your district nocompauied by Mrs Jameson of Heatly feel that the proper in in for this place VTm 3RQbisvsora ItjrVotc for Redwine ville was visiting in town last wc k is J H Haclrigy of Montgomery conn A It lieratt and family are at Mt ty a man of experience integrity and j A HKitthS of resolutions pitted at a l lne jnt tnhleil to iiiv otiek ol lieiieril Mereliamlise the tirveot nml tin Sterling where their sou Dorsey is ery intellect We urue ami insist upon all enmplete line ol ruriiiliire ever luiuiht to this eoiintrv ami will nuike jriir meeting of the Republicans of Clay sick with fever low j i in he h ul at Vineheier up lexiteloa ii to see thai their ticket ha- - In- - mime on o eome iinit see joeiL county held at MaucluvUer October --Hi W IJolM SON Trulv yours act priees Itetore hiiyins eNowliere Mrs H M Fannin and son Spencer it and by doing yon will protect condemns Judge Lilly in the most severe have just returned from a visit to John your own interest i well a- - your par while a presiding terms for his 1 011 son county tys I nine Sentinel ollicer of the court in that county the Mrs Rchecknh Ragau and son from Jtjjr Yule for las II Haelrigg closing one reading Wo have had all Montgomery county were visiting here Happy anl content l a home with The Rowe want of him and we are giad we arc last week chester a lamp rh the li t of the morning of him The resolutions are signed ril ItltMlT Oct III CataloRueswrite Rochester Lamp CoNewYork by James Eversole president and A It ftfirYote for Marcus Lisle ayote tor Drake and nii ant Sparks secretary Space forbids their iiKiN Kv LEE COUNTY lav H iSfli publication but siillico it to say they To the Ti nde of Eastern Kentucky Contiguous to Hazel Green Rah for Redwine are roasters St Helen SayiiiK TTtU - K LoriCHAUT Wc linvo tliix fefifVote for Marcus Lisle On Tliuratlay Get J7 Cluirletin ctunplctcd iriinLrcnunt with tlie Pied jilmvc nMtnett linn uid will liamllo their iriiiuLs in l iruc nttiin infant daughter of Mrs and Dr A M Tin question was asked a Republican Arnold aged 10 mouths and 7 days 4 titles Wc especially in ite sin inspection liy the nierclninU How She had been a patient sutlerer forseveral from Magollln a few days ago KY KKI as we are prepared to duplicate any and ail prices quoted in will your county go in the race for Cir- Â¬ weeks with diurrohea when at hist itre Louisville Cincinnati or K mix ville Merchants can buy Well he said you sultetl in Mux cuit Judge We extend 11 hand of JuL It MUTLN these goods almost at their doors ami save large freight bills know MagotHu is Republican by about MVtnpathy to the bereft veil parents nud wirn YVc are prepared at any and all times to furnish these gooil 100 but Mr Redwine has a great many eutiMile them with the thought that their U AKJf j JN TJbjJK JJ relatives in thu county and I will not be earthly Iiks is heavens gain in any anil every quality size ami price WHOLESALE DUY GOODS All we ask is a surpriaed if ho carries it The people up NOTIONS HOOTS SHOES c trial Respectfully r G W MeUready and a Mr Harrison Jm And this there think n sight of him twnKlTSIinto K Y law partner of John I White id Lmiv Represented hy Kl HIKKX Uvc ireen Kv U only n sample of what men are saying vine were rogiMereti ai tue neiuire YfnVTMim nil l in all parts of thu district UY WW HH houo last week They were looking 3yVoto for James II llaxelrigg mi1 llilLL after their intent in the mineral and I nninnuj enntaiitlv ami doin the let nl land near Itenttvville which will Stvci our last issue we heard the nost titular work at the lowest prices OPENS SEPTEMBER 14 1892 j probably soon be developed SjUcml lulMllulllllrtllll customers prominent Republican in this section TwentVMven IWeMrs ami liiMnn ior Ii ht I oiirse or smil a follow Affi Irs Eveline MeGuire returned home tVm a dMnnee iiliiire N leitilu lliohieal tv it lnvtiui nnc Meehame l I believe Mr Redwine will be the v1 suv Iitulm riu Without iluhiaent to our home trade I lasslial Normtil ehool IIuzol Green last week after a ounu uptonmes reei iil lite t tuition It- ml la rwl next Circuit Judge and Mr Marcum from iki per week 111 pnxite fimdusNi it to t tni tones Jopleasant viit among relatives and J0 BidS Offered fOI atiounes npplv to ROllS the next Commonwealths Attorney JA3 K PATTERSON Ph D Loxlngton Ky for everal tlays bhe was aoontu And ho added that ho thought they friends panied by her son 1 MeGuire of that for them hi our trade would make the jieople good 0 Ulcers We place THE MAYTOWN MILL GO beliovo his idea of thu situation is cor- Â¬ D 11 Hobbs our proficient KvUuiaster I - CINCINNATIO 113 115 W Third Y rect and wo ngreo with him as to thuir MASK It Marnier visited friends in Wolfe last week We jeir tf fitness aho TTV-T2-but sup never asked II rook his husino wiiousau vxi v fsjrVoto for Drako nud Ynnsant OiiaDlB ho was looking after an asistant pose Roprosontocl by M F ERINKLEV Kvis money ww bet in Chicago last ttivaloiiiBtiir I lltlt it it ithiiurit Ilk III IW Services were hold at the rnbvtorianJllwllW uu Jr r week that Illinois goes Democratic this ue latest iMittBiiietnin giiarauiueii ami price year and that the national ticket will ohurolt liwtMtiuiay uy lvev Alox Henry Utyle mini rwtvutntiW bvAlmi teaeh the art of cutting At this mile at mhiuiiI cIam rates to anil of geYa liaiidsome majority iiu ntiva ulit n yu want priutijr1 ohur jjoMiftdlv ld Rl day hunt uiotifN Ul ntri 1 Any and cu rylMd we have ilim uirk Ut lu tl Mlts r lioseU nudicucc Yoto the Democratic ticket OUR CANDIDATES nuinlierof prominent men Marriin t IUIe wlm are daily doerting tlie Itepiitdicuti Next to the president of the United party it lixtk a- if the g o p has gone than Tuesday States our luunt npoiiihle ollUvdmldeis to uraw No lunger a over n hundred are iitir Mutator and congressmen Tlioe we read the mime of FnoM tin- - PAINT 3a made fcM Wrw 2W m Wmw Friday Â¬ TheBestistheherpestW It lo0 ft aMK ii Lion Paint and Color Works LEXINGTON Â¬ Kvt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f DIM epiMapse CD 1 I - JBI vUc WBE Ui I EBiHKiN k 1 z -- Â¬ Seeing is Believing R Â¬ Immm mgUJi Â¬ 1 Â¬ mm -- thect SJ fjnt The Rochester Iltxr Â¬ timitee Qo fiargeis mi Bugs I - 1 11 Carxxpboar Ky il I 1 Â¬ Â¬ CO HUFFAKER Wholesale Boots and Shoes LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Haki diy green DBJJTISTp H Tr llL fity J pY CO IUM mill tr I - M - i FEDER SILBERBERG sFasHi T Dressing ClTiOniTf 1 1 Street 00 1 uiwd 1 iilli 11 liii un FIRST CLASS JOB PRINTING K I rffc r H Cnntitton Currency lWr ettcr In reference to u letter Li itroMtliiit than Mil Judge Henry 0 Lilly Republican 1 in- - ten ly David Hoc M4tertiil iihtcIiuiiis hi Mt su rllm under dale of Sen- - candidate for re election to theoHicu of u U mkiiu 2i iii timl It tiik iikit Toole m ilirmiifh red to me J WK ho IHnwnnlly refcr circuit judge in this judicial district is in Mountain returned from Oklahoma town ns I have been informed My In- Â¬ hieh u A Tltf n l Slh insl nml have ot l M formant told me thai ho came to town ks r Mr Hojyg naid I had VilveriNiiueiil liiMTtiMl tor h s tlinn a 0 wrt0 oonor yesterday but has not leen out to look wiuljx ill wp in mi IhoIi rir the ttnt let my tomjue run unrestrained till mv up his friends yet o If there is any thing nub- hoh tor i aoh mi and neighbors became scarce nml under that in Ln -- iuvrtliil iit what men nay a largv number of his XXI AU Ikxnsiknt AnvuKTiMXd mint state of case I became discouraged and own party in this flection will vote against W V cWiu 1 will say right hero him HKUlVrN VSvnvKlTKMKVTs 7 ol thai that is a Kive lie notwithstanding - month I inoh The meeting at this place is still in inch i r M the statements of Dave Hogg or any progress S iitiltiS results S luer nin- - AI1 ny c nciishbotM came The gKHl with but little isvisible sown in I J l 4 in ehes seed however being 1 itielir J on in to nee us the day before and the morn thihearta of the people ami the harvest d inolio o who ivel l l M jiiirii ranon on iHrtriT iu iVeViNcmein lne weontrt un nine win peruana oc uurcaiier liinix tanee application our way eame out and wished tunic known brethren who are here from a distance Local iiotliTs to ho innT iprMl timntii us tnaid luck on our wnv VW if uol rcatlint mutter lUccm nliiie uiihiiliM seem to be very realous and devoted vigiimirs woo were incuoiy to our ctuntoi Miertiiii win re they run uiuouili face uul bilked nlvnit me behind mv men rVn Obituaries tribute of u4iert etc a -J N Vaughn hn wvured the services t that I got out of that Bl i ul line Coum ix won to tlu U of Squire Kash of Klatwoods this eoun ueighlorhMMl money with the iiiiiiiuvrlit We ulll write Hut this I dont believe ltitUirie ami piiblUb at ft vent a Hue i ty a gfttaman in his store Mr Kash l n le nf Mr loSK li lhlki Marriaui KiMl lonili notice not exceeding naiural to him to tell such varus Mr is a young man of exceptional business trn linos Mdieitvd and publibcd KiiKK nm feSw to the team that I qualifuMtion and will prove a valuable PA trailed for This was much bitter than acquisition to Mr Vaughns business AddresH SIKMKK fOOPKH Hon WWW McGuireof West Liberty Mael reen Ky Mr Hogg said it was and it was a low came to town yesterday and will perhaps down stoop of Mr Hocu to mention mv See cNewhere notice of Public Kent prlvaU isj Mint or MI1V lhr lunfc M remain for a few days Mr McOnire Iks acconluply Iiignml act a true Democrat and lie seems to lo aUo referriH lo V vcktlHMlk SrVoie for KiMlwiue uettim slim This I think was another confident of success f r the whole Douio Kollin Kash of thi place left Tueday tMp for any man who claims to be a cratic ticket Married on Thuday lat at the resiman Hut my wife did not have to frv for Mt Sterling on husiuc Kverv Department Overflowing to its utmost capacity This is not a dence of the brides father James W jfcS Vote for Elector j the grease out of meat skins to make mv U Lvkins catch jKMiny sale of uy kind but goinl honest value and qualities May morning biscuit I had no hand in send- - Haulsey and Miss Kllza Wyatt at fair prices During the coming week wo will display full Judge Swaugo and O Mie will In lines of Mens and Hoys Clothing representing the lead ing any man nut of the country after theirs be a long happy and prosperous here to vote the Dcmocritic ticket ing and best manufacturers in the United States and life night for pulling u beef nor loan my Europe We will forfeit our reputation of thirty UaSfVote for Drake and Vauant moved back to Camp Peter Tolson has gun and knife to kill the Mime nor have We have nevyears standing in Loximrton Miles Kash of Montgomery county a ipmrter of the same beef hanging in ton and is occupying the Win Smith er failed to keep our promises heretofore We Hre glad to have Peter I believed Mr Hogg went property brother to Hon 1 M Dr M and my dugout 5 Tluit wo will soil you the best Mens Suit Judce Lvi Kah in visiting in town to Oklahoma lost all I had except my with us again Capt W - Hurst was in town yesfor Dnke and Viirwaut ffirVotu character and when Mr Hogg could no That wo will soli vou the host Mens Suit at 510 briber dictate to me and I had started terday looking uftcr the completion of his wo will soil vou the host Mens Suit at lo Henrv ifciwIlnliiiuiinrKuled II C wa new dwelling mWi mme mA hi uul Brown at Mtiutlinir on fjatunlav veil fnrmy 820 That wo will soil vou the host Mens Suit Jonas Vansant is out of town on re1 mil v lwrhal KCVCrjl1 25 iglatand the murder is aid to hae That wo will sell vou the best Mens Suit Hazel Ghees Halation Wolf M other imiifn IimIii Herald iwVHmrTnn1 Iu J WOLFE COUNTY PUb writ- 1 Mf MMMMMM Mfr4fc HMMMtMMMMHMl IWtM MMMf iff i VtSi - The Greatest Effort OF WtMtttttlICH iff J l- I thc it HEY1B IN THE lQfEi j1 History Lexington HMtm SullMKIIllil Louis Gus Straus k i I Hi DlSTLASPRjNbJSLOTHING ttt lit Â¬ i Â¬ Hi Â¬ HI Hi at I- Â¬ I That -- at lit iff Ik cii unppivked Dr Voteforlamw If Mrs Iariirc Jeorgc C uecarland Jackmnrillc Ills and Miss Utu Ibis acttr ly js yjK e crtURCj UA Ut w f Lexington Ky vs er and niece re Mj iKC wc Mr Hogg made no r ctively to Mrs Seiicer Cooper are on fritMds by what he wrote about m I it visit to her and the editor here among a people that I have am 5TVoto for Divid II TJdwne vct nmmig for thirty year and I am Ltiev Wnllae IHtill willing to cast my lot among them a au3 of Wallace of ray creek in Mirgan With liesit wMmw mTiiE Hkkaiii ami rvniuu eountv was thrown from a horse on u 1llv renRespectfully yours Thursday of last week and had the elbow S P XAiiKit Oct 2U ISO of her right arm diMocnied Vote the Democnttic ticket S IfcirVote for James II Hnzelrigg Struck n SimihIIiik Slrenni Mrs Williu Swango who has leen visHe struck water which is just now iting her sister Miss Mattie Quicksall oil Porter Lacy a at Mt Sterling returned home lat week more valuable than dug a hole in a branch on Nhort time ago 11110 h plMed with the people of Mont i I In fur ni mi liev er a toed stock water gonierv countys metroiHilis which be found but it went dry On for Drake and ausint WcT Mot day he put Jim Cwilly to digging it the drill d CJrani Licy formerly of this place i deeper ami after fiukit now teaching chool at Pearl Texas at inches Jim heard water roaring anil got a salary of r0 per mouth and has a out of the hole jut in time to see the buggy and horse furnished him with water burst through in volume sullicient The water which to go to and I nun school to float a small steamboat feet foraw die hot up fifteen or twentv GSrVote the Democratic ticket ami made a uoie like distant thunder Rn M Jones the enterprising Hazel Mr lhnU it XVS1S tlll Ivellt lf Jreen merchants are now handling the k f u lebrated foit wear of 0 P Tracy V rolim nm Hhuwnl et d Unit a hprintfr 0 Port mouth Ohio and people who wuM ol lk llhhlllUM f Wen the need b ois or hoes hould give them a p ut up dream had spent its force he n call Se irard elsewhere luctautly returned and it in iid thai under the Hookers feet e Jorge Nickvll hud in the me owiinlly stab in the back and tried to filch from me and my of fNmily the Inn thing wo hadour clmr a wy ur Tru tlc ww alMvc reftrt l let buiness Nov at 1 B Votc for Drake and Vansant StlllMntrr spMrklr Whileon a visitto Blnckwater flic nd inst I pased four fclnviMionscs- - two of these being in towns and f had the pleasure of seeing only one flag floating out to the breeze I know some teach ers that even dismissed school on Thurs day evening ami went to their homes no doubt leaving the young minds to Is that the guess why they dismissed way to teach patriotism 1 The sining class announced heretofore as in progress at this place closed Â¬ Â¬ iff TAILORING DEPARTMENT MERCHANT Is the finest in the United Suites Our Cutters and Workmen are first class artists We are doing tho largest business we have over done Come and make your selections early OUR m iff ir m I ill LKADIXO- L C STRAUS CLOTHIERS and FINE TAILORS mi m m LEXINGTON dM4t MBMaOMIIIIIIMII --- -- Â¬ Sunday the 23rd Another was immed- Â¬ lftjfrtaoMt - n Jay-Kye-rt- KENTUCKY e MM t tf I bIr I j -- jv iately organized and is now in progress The people here are Interested in vocal music and Messrs Hateliffnnd Iiwson certainly know how to teach Paris Cecil of Zebulon Pike county bn been viiting rel ilives here and in Morgan He talks of locatingsoniewhcre in this section Mrs Hose Center of Jefferson vl lb Montgom ry county in visiting her par Â¬ ents at this place Solomon Osborn rejiorted as having shot him ilf U improving slowly Mrs llachcl Hose w low with fever lying in a comatose state Priuuoun Oct 31 Redwine ffiSfVotc for tinls T HmthIIv rewarded by leaving at this 4 aor ill jayJyeJeeW QUIHNS OINTMENT It lathe bitnrersratlon I hsveeveruMidorhcard of 1 heartily recommend It to all Hommea Hthavi hundrtdi ej tuck ltiimonialt your for IU If ha N Y mr j i uabk iiicKorr nova runii uomc 3 of Undue WlsKyiit Anertrylna every known remedy I riiiovel u lurge Huncli yearn atandlni from a 3 year old 41ly S of two vrtth three applicatlona of S S i X HjBIBlVI Ki rric91ftperttU Ak drumlit donol kcHlaadtta6ctatuiarcnvrrfnrlrlaltojt W Ik KDDY OO Whttolml I Kentucky elimbvd to the top of a nearby lice office preached at the Christian church in thi while two ladies who witneed the IfirVntr for Ki or t n t v thought tlif uiiPcnium trt jdaee mi Sunday morning and night me Mrcam is mm The church bin-- wis at uami sunHe is an able speaker H wing one but it coutinucs to CAR employed him to preach for them Regular Meals 2i cuts Meals to Order at All Hours IlrcHlcCast from b A M Un lier Sweetwater Texi Kciew to i A M Dinner from 10 a M to if i M Supper from ft l M to 0 I M Ova- oVo jimleMhIwterV feet -Marcus C LMe Vote for ters Lamb Tries Kisli Chickens and Quails n specialty Open from ft A M to 12 m i of Mr MnrKurrt WIImiii Dcith CUS LUICART Hon J U Lykius Democnillc elector I Jackson Mr Margaret Wtlon wife of tir Tnfli I iiiiin4ioiiil iliitrii r nf U Wil on dietl at her home on Spencer II G JONICS JOHN M KOSB Kentucxv will address the citizen nf - ami oi ciironic gair Wolfe c unity at the court house in Uos morning d 5 i w u bronchial catarrh The family left this Speak Crtinptoii on Monday Nov 7th s w K morning with the reuaius for Jicksou ing will b gin at I oclock v t and the u w 3 Hrcathitt county The burial will take DKALEIW IN ladies are especially iinitcd ground place to morrow at the burying IfirVote for Kleetor J O Lykins at her old home Mr WiIhiii Ixiught the sa b - z stock White farm near this city and moved On Wedmsdiiv Nov liith HAZEL OUEEN KENTUCKY 1 ale day S Parish and K S Sample here from Urea thitt oulv a few weeks Altt -- i i i W as mrrll I of G lirSCWOrillV Will IlLO lOrillll lOW IV na ns nur mm in Carry a coniploto line of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Dress nJTer for sile at Hazel Green to the this couutv she made friends of all and Goods Gouts Clothing Hoots Slioes Hat Patent MeiH highest bidder 20 Texas marcs 14 to I A t the grief stricken family thesympathy prices einos Saddles Harness eM and sell FOR CASH hands some of them in foal and several of the entire community is extended in Hazel Green WAH goods Antl all who wouM retain It ahoiibl cohmiIi lower than ever before seen hroke Sale will largiu at 10 A M when Mt Sfrliug Jazette or money refunded H Hnzelrigg guaranteed as represented jtiSrVnto Jmies the terms will In announced by John II Attend the sale Y7 r Iieratt ihe auctioneer w nmooo a mare and buy you a horsc--the plurality of the totHl nv ciiiiintiiiK ttiMri in 8rVote fur Kcdwine popular vote or neanst to it which 7 leith r HarriiMin or Cleveland will receive On MONDAY Nv 7lh at the cnMrt TIium hi need of anything in the jew- 1IAKI OltiKN KY buuae door In Out tnvrii nf CsmntaH CuhfiIv I it ue Mould call on Otis W Miyder For parMcu him wh this week b Hry Art th nnlv firm In the town which bii Attorney J 0 Lvklns will rt Ht st pwMlij Out today All news nutorv the Poor UoMKe Kara ami the ki fp when they vilt Ixingion or write to Story PaIKh dl the Julr crbihralvd in iim hi iiic fiuiiB vihhiv x nnitcin itir U him front in Mr Suvder stands at the vtsr IW3 Ids lino of husiuess and all who have j Mate dealt with him heretofore have found from the rliolrnHle Iioiiip of ioMei hi tin irnu JOMU3 HOUfclE CAMPTON KY the young North STnnin- Prof Games who taught ihith pleasure and profit in doing o lie at Hazd Green pub- - Idea how lo slusit has iiui MtiiliMMhil a iveetaele maiiufac8 COyiH PKOPitnrros tury in conmetion with his store which lie school last year now ha u lucrative rOUTSMOUTIL OHIO office ut Conway J I in charge of tne Thu Mtrfowrc nf f It travel luif fHtblU h iiniat optician in the position In the railroad iuThv Wl oriilNtlnonthe Suite I TmMv thn b nt mh4 vtrihlnir the Wlifn vou Wiiut thr HIST fooiweur reanrriniHv sdKltrri hl Iioiim nml nrlVf gpriiitp Kiiiinai enintry Holy cvry ittkNMwM tw tk mnmIWH uf glvtt Ilium U call burnt Cull on him wlnu In Illusion lifirVuio fur Marcus Lisle Vuto for Marcus Lisle D II fro Ed utii Lost A heave gold ring with the iui W iiiidi The finder will Ihj AT THE Fallen of hlv Nt8 - JSngiish Kitchen Street No 12 W Short Lexington Ky t sc uf a Proprietor i- s -t 3aSS -- rose JONJSS at li2 AL MBS0EAH9ISB ii awhdm rU fr OTIS W SNYDERi nr I pv SPECTACLES DIAMONDS tin Rose 5 Jones PUBLIC RENTING 8nr VJUiim JEWELRY iirr WATCHES Boots and Shoes n pT rr q a I ib mr ilffb ij Btilzel Green Herald KY iPKNOEIt COOPEK PublUtaer HAZEL GREEN FOUR ANGLERS 1 caUih tho Fouranfftors went biff They took with them eight Ulack bottles of twlRht Tho Tvoulhcr wait awfully htirht Their anchored nnd thrilled with delight Throw over their lines for a bight Hutwhcro aii you know Town fishermen kjrow Tho Huh noTor nibble from upright nhcs a Incut vt In n yacht They And ho tho dull tlmo to beguile paiMod around flnsks all tho whutlo Told storioi of folks Sung nongit and anile jolkn In regular llaborindn Btullo And ttcaslck thuy got And lay In tho yot groanlng nnd wanting to dlgh Hut noon rose tho waves very high Tho wind it blew out of the nklgh A They lay there oaeh whlto ns aghoit And flttll an a quail upon thostj No longer a tonguo Son melodies Honguo Of naughi could thoiu llnhurmcn bhost Their captain for maybe n half An hour did nothing but lalf And when ho was dono Hordd Tohavofono t rilcatah n few IIhIi on tho gulf Acdvdldnt ho catch omf I guostl Ho loaded hli boat with tho mitLMS tfAnd when ho was through fc He landud his crouch Who quickly forgot tholrdlstruoss Andthon thoso proud fishermen four Took homo nil thono fish which thoy swour Thoy caught and no doubt i - Tho bait giving oubt Prevented their capturing mour H 0 Dodge in Uoodtills Sun A And tho butter Joshj rlnso nor wring them but thono opera- Â¬ loudor tono tions woro only conMitnors of time any whoro Is that wuy nnd thoy looked beautiful as thoy That wns awful fine too replied waved thoir bright blue albeit striped ho from behind his nowspnpor foldB In tho sunlight Just then tho cat roso from whoro ho stove It flccturwi nil foollahncsn to let tho hnd been lying by tho kltolmn caught and Mrs Phlatkins quick eyo bread stand around so long whcn It sight of tho grease spot with which ho might just as wall bo In baking decorated tho floor Ill just put It In now with the other hadOraelous Josh what on earth Is the up a good hot firo an things an build Just look a horcl by tho time I git this butter churned matter with Tom began Dan who sat In Pop ho tho whole bnkln will bo dono an everything thought Josh so ho built tho corner making llttlo satans on his a roaring lire and wont merrily to his slate Danl Interrupted Mr Phlatkln churning After bobbing tho dasher harshly Danl have you carried In for fifteen initiates Joshuu peeped into enough wood the churn to soo how things woro pro- Â¬ Uucssso pop gressing in there Well go and carry In somo more At that exact moment there nroso a Its going to be colder to morrow dreadful scroochiug in tho baok yard Joshua said Mrs Phlatkins whon That blamed hawk after them Dan hud dragged himself out to thu chtokens again muttered Joshua wood shod what havo you dono with dropping tho dasher and making a dive the bread an the buttor for Ids old smooth bore which con- Â¬ Fact Is said the truthful house- Â¬ tained a good charge of lino shot for keeper some poor pooplo come along use on such occasions In a covered wagon gypsies I guess Pushing toward the barn yard ho es Â¬ an I gave all the things an the squash pied a lurgo hawk just rising with one an taters I had cooked to them for of his most promising young pullets their dinner Awful big family they while all tho other P Y Ps were had rending tho air with their shrieks and Wall Joshua If they ate tho bread that you cooked In that cold oven they Hang Down dropped tho pullotwlth must bo dead by this time sure Put a thud nnd a knelt which was hor last word to her sisters Down went Joshua with mi Oh nnd sort of expression on his phiz Up went tho hawk to cir- Â¬ cle In thenir hungry as ever but none tho worse for his great scare In the barn there was an old gray jackass who had been noted as a kicker in his younger days and had never out- Â¬ grown tho propensity entirely Now Mrs Joshua Phlatkins had neglected to give Jack his measure of corn and oats that morning Jack had been on his good behavior for several days and was nearly ripe for a good kick but had refrained from in dulgence for lack of sulllcient cause V SCVV iSJBWhen tho hours went slowly by audiio -3S f corn appeared Jacks ears moved for- Â¬ ward viciously but still he re f ruined from rash actions as a good old mule sin iikoav noiivn away tiii ihut should When however that bang came Jacks youthful vigor began to what did you give them all that butter know-lt-wn-loadold-fashion- AGRICULTURAL HINTS MOUND ITnlty iJUHUcnpr KflVct IToduccd BUILDING A t RATIONS FOR PIGS OU Mcnl nnd Milt Foect Catt He Kxcollont Ailvantaxo tiet 1 ing hogs for market bran shipstuffs nnd oil meal can In a majority ot Small Kxpe Â¬ bo used to good advantage A correspondent of Amcricnn Gar ensop jcnirncl how a pretty Uron or shlpstufTs niudo Into a slop dening tells that eirect was produced In the wav of land with sweet skim milk is ono of tho best sciipo gardening at small expense was materials that can be used to secure good development of bono mid muscle In laying out our grounds there of earth taken with growing pigs and at this time quite a largo quantity from the walks these being filled withÂ¬ especially when It Is desirable to push rubble and gravel As tho yard was al thu growth they can bo fed nil that most level It seemed quite desirable to they will eat up clean With fatten havo a mound so all tho rubbish aroundÂ¬ lug hogs tho oil meal should bo added the plaeo was carted to the spot se- It will help supply or make up a vnrl lected and then the earth dumped ou ety and will givo hotter results than this making the main mound a as to depend upon corn alouo It nlwny bhown in Pig 1 Thou nnothor smaller seemed to mo that tho hogs kept healthier aud thriftier when fed a good feed night and morning of this with their corn My plan of feeding was to n nialte into a slop using the milk and waste from tho kitchen and If this was not sulllcient adding water to secure u T the desired quantity Let stand twelve A A isfcL V - Iloth for growing pigs and In fatten- - f V- -- FIO 1 Â¬ Vj --x- vra II mR oirr- E- - done mi sloh nonsense I Im blamed it seb why u right smart woman cant glthor work dono uthlivi an easyI tlnnjof it luilf of her time Now If Id havo some spunk iviim n woman nbotit mo ituil Id do like Nmv John Phlnlkins you nooilnt lioartlitlio Mil lady Hiy herself then yoryrstimo words ns is W woman wnflt in iuviir done tell she s III net Well sick an tirotl of this everlasting iulfiv- o r i tt bout somens work lovor bo in Â¬ 1 1 Murlor NO it all Slash Crash withevery sueces sivo kick a board Hew from tho barn into spuce slabs boards studding return mound b was made about fifteen feet from the larger one and connected Fig 2 with it by a rustic bridge e structure of this shows the general bridge The wood of the oMige which is very rustic in appearance and wild grapevines were used for everything hut the stringers and the upright posts which are of white oak On one side of the smaller mound at d thice stone steps were laid which lead from one of the paths to the mound From these steps is a little path to tho bridge after crossing which tho path continues about ten feet and then divides A Might of stone bteps e protected on one side by a rustic railing leads to a miniature vali f This is entirely inclosed by the mound except where there is a small archway g under the division of The little archway or the path li v for Oh butter I could not disappint em tlu3 seemed so fond of good hours In a covered barrel before fced live this slop all they will drink itig before feeding tho corn This will in many cases redtico tho cost especially when corn Is rather high as compared with pork Tho usual plna is to count that one bushel of sound corn fed to i thrifty pig Will make ten pounds of gain on a thrifty hog Hut conditions will change this as fed Inn muddy pen with no shelter and in cold weather half of this gain would hardly be secured while under very favorable conditions even a better gain than this This however is may be realized usually taken as the average and It is often the case that upon this basis feeding corn exclusively cannot be made profitable There can also be used to good advantage In feeding the unmarketable wet crops such as turnips carrots or potatoes 15y boiling and mushing any of these and mixing mill feed aud oil meal a good fattening ration can be made up that will be cheap as well as wholesome and on 1111113- farms there Is more or less small lots of this kind that may be used ton great advantage in this way and at the same tune lessen tho amount of gram required to fatten N J Shepherd In Prairie Farmer TO CURE QUARTER CRACK Â¬ Â¬ Im irqHbotittllmViuo how your mother iTudto do an all Unit cause rvo flrtivo your Vwej 1 anyhow Murlur Im mighty that if I was a woman I ooulil do sure woclcMin havo a good eusy time h- - I Phlatkins dined on cob pipe and medi tations After dinner ho put tho broad butter and othor uneatable Into a large pan and took them out into tho backyard This dono he sat down not to ro t as usual but toeoniuieuce work on a sock which he succeeded In darulug a good deal by four oclock Por slipper he toasted a little dry broad and made a cup of tea by tho tlniojils wife drove up to tho barn and had nttondqd to the horses After supper Mrs Phlatkins attfdr ol Josh after you git tho dishes dono you ihn go tin milk the cows Ive got a few papers and things I want to look over thts evening Whon Joshua had returned from do lug this she remarked Josh I dont sco tho broad uo whoros Wasnt It good for nothing Novor see nicer broad In your born days ho affirmed boldly That queer liuitforcd Irs Josh perior tncU No ono could over bako decent bread The washing was dono lit no tlmo without turnln that duuipor to heat aiid tho clotho all hnng on tho lino In tho oven Thou ulio added in u good array To be sure ho did uot Â¬ you wouldnt mind tivln t awhile bum a man asked the wife pausing in washing the bmakfast dishes and glancing cynical smoking lylTlicre hor spouse sat through a a cWnMl pine and looking ilipraaiis l aper Uli asked lush looking up Shu repeated her question Ive thought of that name thing mjjj aolf he rcillied only I didnt know howyotteould nit along with my work Oh you neednt worry yourself kin do your work about that Josh s if youll do mUu promising 0 MYst Pldntklns felt safe inseised with thlV fur when loshua was his eUl annunl jhoumntlz site hirtl had tho whole thing to attend to many a time Josh seemed to forget this in his sudden so icllmle for the welfare of his business Voull have to hitch up and be keer lul with thjit qrt eolt cause hes skuery lie huru au road erossin water them at bmltht well an dont let cm drink too much Take that but Â¬ ter to Squtro Uublus an thu punklns to lines an tlio corn to Shears ware house hu dont forglt to ordor a barl nt Halt Murlur an some bolts for that mnehlnu tOh rilremomber ovorythlng said Awl now riltollyon Mrs lhlatklns yourwork for the day You jest want to finish thesu dishes first then wash out that basket of clothes an hang em out to dry scrub the floor an churn that Initio it orto come quick to duy cause tho creams just right Ity that time tho breudU bo ready to bake an 3ou might put on homo beans and squash an taters to cook at the same time for you and Dans dinner After 3ou got tho dinner things dono you can can them two buckets of plums then ivlillo youru resting like you might inond that basketful of socks and put a patoh on Dans everyday pants Tin in you kin tflt Biippor uu Ill try to bo Jwick In tlmo to oat It mi Ill tolly ou what to do ueNt After irlvlnir thoso explicit directions Mrs PhliitkiiiH proceeded to do hor litis- hands orr mis in tho town yvimo Joshun began most systonmtlcally theÂ¬ taalta that woro to bo uu play to his su- y day ofuiy itc h pose then Josh r 1 everything went down before his righteous fury Not until everything within his reach was kicked out of roach did J nek stop to rest and condescend to eat tlio corn winch his master for warded e 4A litter of young pig thatlhnd been shut in the barn went squeaking through tho newly made door and Joshua spent much valuable time get Â¬ ting thoni penned up out of reach of an old hog who was jealous of them and deemed it his duty to devour thuui Thus it was that when Joshua re Â¬ turned to tho house ho found the fire waning uftet renewing it he recom menced his churning Hj Wonderful L never henMirior sny flint butter w ould eliuru itself multerejl Mr Phlatkins peering into the churnwhero the Ctvauuwins in a state of strange wolrll agitation Coaching in with Ills Ijaiid to see what tin iglit Ijo tho cUusojfof tho rfdtl phe nomenon his llesh came in contact After fishing n few with a splinter moments ha drow forth the strangest lookinsrKtipeeimeu of butler vever churned This njll of butter said in a queer gurgling voice jM yoHw It was Mr T Cat In disguise so com Â¬ plete thathis own mother cpuhl never Poor olIlT Cat hiive recognized him Ho loved cream but this lime he had even more than he would Josh placed him outside tho kitchen window when he began i process of cleaning which to this day he has never ended Josh was wiping up tho cream as woll as he ouldTvlieiiInuijinioJn Hash I Pop what kind link alilmal v is that out In the ynrW Danl saldMr- Phlatkins severe Â¬ ly Danl keep your mouth shot an if you say a word about this Ill tan you within an inch of your life Upon trying the bread which was beautifully brown outside but heart brokenly sad within Mr Plilatkln Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Just then Tom followed Dan in with his load of wood Poor sticky Tom He walked as if his once sleek fur had been converted into a water proof skin tiirht coat and he had the most de jected air eer seen in the countenance of a respectable farm cat Whv whatever can be the lnattei asked Mrs Phlatkins with Tom He looks like lie hud fell into tho soar - Irlitltn anilofIlhutvutlon Trcntinunt 1MO of the Mutiioi J opening is crowd by a small rustic spun At i is a grotto made of stone grease I guess ho fell in th Mr Phlatkins roared Danl Danl goto bed Danl slunk oil disgraced while hii mother continued in the dark as to Toms appearance which however she soon unproved by a few kindly efforts Tho next forenoon as Mrs Phlatkins was digging souu pitatoei for dinner out in the little garden patch she no ticed Jrowler the do pawing industriously near the woodshed What is it Urowler asked his mis tress Iroivler growled an answer and kept on digging Must have a rabbit or a rat in a tiuess Ill thought the lady hole him git it out help Suiting the action to the words sh1 began to hoe up the rather loose dirt Presently she uncovered what looked Jrowler like an immense cream pull licked the pull bit it then went and lay down in the shade of an ash barrel with a disgusted look on his face I thought so said Mrs Phlatkins Uh Huh very bcone Hood bread softly nice biead Nice raw squash autaters AGRICULTURAL NOTES too Hiking out a few vegetables as 1 1 with a stone arch opening onto it This is eovorcd with earth on top and is A partly under the summer house j re lie seat in the grotto ailords a cool retreat on a hot day Around the sides of the mound within the vale stones are inserted and here ferns wild vines thuubergin violets and muuraudiu pauslct grow luxuriantly never requir Â¬ ing any water as the stones cause tie earth to keou moist all the time Ihe path li gradually ascends until it reaches k when it gradually declines again to where a llight of stone steps leads up to a rustic arbor The ms m Fig indicaete rock work where ferns vines etc are planted 1nder the ap proaches to the bridge ferns are also planted Where there Is no stone work the mound Is sodded or may bo sown should sodding be an expense and here and there a few evergreens are set out The dimensions ot the mound are as follows Extreme length of back about forty feet width of wider mound about twenty live feet At the bridge the stringers are two feet six inches above the ground level Large old apple trees furnish au abundance of shade about the mound The whole work serves as part of the background to the yard and is a very charming feature of the Â¬ Quarter crack in a horses hoof can Have the blacksmith cut n groove 111 the hoof along the line whore the hoof and hair join at the coronet and from either end of that groove cut another those two meeting one an- other at a point on a line of the crack one and one half inches or thereabouts from the lower edge of the first groove So cut tie grooves should inclose nn equilateral triangle with tlio upuer part of the quarter crack extending through its middle The grooves us- peeiallythe top one should he cut almost through the hoof the idea being to entirely separate the cracked purtof the hoof from the coronet so that as the new hoof grows down the track shall not extend upward and into the new formed hoof Wnere the hoof rests on the shoe the horn should be cut away so as to prevent it bearing on the shoe for about one inch on either side of the crack The hoof prepared in this way tho crack should be drawn together and bo cured Â¬ -- s l 1 v TfcvSK q lJ 3 J she soliloquized Delicious butter of-the-r- ail Â¬ Danl dinners goin to be lato to day an you had bettor go over to Aunt Sallys for something to eat orf youll said Â¬ boturdy to ing oiT SofTool1 All right poptaulifDunlolJ march Â¬ obediently Owing to a dearth of eatables Mr Ye es pooixfamilv in UiV iViri At the dinner table Josh knew that troublo was brewing because his wife was so quiet After Dan Had started fonschool she said KOfi Well Josh I found the place where your poor family ate their dinner yesterday Aint you ashamed to lie like that a settln sleh a example to Danl Ueing cornered Josh inado a ojcan breast of It from beginning to nnd Nowadays when Mrs Phlatkins feels particularly vicious sho remarks iJoshua I have to go totown to tjay atO Im goln to leave you to do my Z work Joshua grits his teeth and smiles Parmers Tribune L M t Â¬ The old man had gone over to a neighbors tVfiiud hlaSvainlurlng liens and hu was InJlucU bud hhuuh that his language was to say tho least not polite Dont swear so pleaded tho neigh Â¬ bor u pious persont dont you know 5iirsos llku chickens come- - home to roost Well exclaimed tho old man at tho end of anotlmr string of emphasis if they are Viko iiuy clilukeus thoy wont and ho used more language r Detroit rroo Iress Oeorgo WiKhlugton must havo been a mere boy when u was inaugur Â¬ I ated president hiild Mrs Wllklus saw au ongrnlug of the fcoene tho other day and Washington was inshort trousers Kill your doubts or they will kill you Hums Iloru iinti and Chlcheiix can afford to buy manure until ho has first made use of uvery pound produced at home Look sharply to see that no sour food is given to the chicks unless it be milk Meal mixed with water or milk soon sours and Is not wholesome food for chickens They may live on such treatment but they cannot thrive and this rapid growth is what pays Tin copper solutions if taken in time will keep in check the anthrncnose of the raspberry They will not prevent the development of the disease in new canes in diseased plants I f the disease becomes troublesome a new plantation should be made using plants free from The growth may bo hastened some what by rubbing tho region of the corcontagion Ni Kit lie deceived and feed your onet with a mild stimulating liniment hehs because they run after you every like tho following Camphorated soap- J tlmo you appear ns it is due to edu Â¬ liniment seven ounces water of amcation you have given them being monla ono ounce Spanish fly blisters only a habit Make them work An are used for tho same purpose Far10 UUu lazy hen will not lay eggs When and Home you notice a hen scratching and forag Â¬ AnlmiilH iiHlivlilmillty ing you will find an egg in her nest The individuality of each aiilmul In An exchabge says A man of gonitis tho herd must always bo considered may find a profit In sheep no matter Kueh has Its preferences and dislikeswhat the competition may lie The way and to secure the best results the want to compete is to compete so tho other of ouch animal must bo supplied To fellow is not in yfmr way Sell what feed a herd so that all must oat U ho cant raise at least does not and same kind of food may bo to surfeit 0110 hell whon he has nothing to soil This animal while another may not be sup- Is business not theory piled There Ik no fixed rule for feed- Ik thoro aro any owos In tho flock ing any elass of animals that are too old to bo of service tho Matukk animals are best for bree i best tlmo to sell them Is In early fall Ing purposes Many herds or llockj when thoy will bo In as good condition have dntiM tnriitiwi linuitc nt the aBJ as thoy will reach Whon aged tho owos require more grain In tho winter mini selection of young and imtntttuJ u y to mnko thorn fat than thoy are worth uuimuis tor brooding An nntinmvlgl Is not fully matured Is locking in Keep the grain for tho iiso of moro wtiay and Its otTsprhijj KAHMKK Â¬ No Â¬ held by means of nails driven across it aud clinched as shown in cut Veterinarians sometimes use clamps in place of nails for holding the criiclt but unless the veterinarian can see tho horse frequently the nails are preferable as the clamps are liable to be- come loosened aud so need tightening a work for which a special tool is needed Tho horse should be shod with a a bar shoe unless there are special Indications to the contrary in which cuso the shoo should meet requirements The horse may be driven during treatment Tlio time required for growlnj a new hoof from coronet to shoe vanes from nine to twelve months the ordinary rate of growth of the hoof bcla about a quarter of au iuoh per month Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r Â¬ - prolitublo aud youngor stock iw uciccls will inherit t On account of his accident of birth then laughs and tells this littlo there is no strength in the kaisers left hand in which ho holds tho reins when in the battle of tho Wilder- Â¬ riding and his carefully trained horses It was ness that I bent that little bullet I are guided chiefly by pressuro of tho didnt do it voluntarily Our company knees The emperor usually mounts Comrades his horse from a block and when that had been lighting all day had fallen on each side of me I seemed is not at hand a chair is brought out for Suddenly him to stand on to bear a charmed existence a sharp pain in my side thinps I felt Tunc tVlmt In Witntcd bopiin to swim around me and I knew nuslnoiH Is allvo to a groat coming event When I recovered I wns in and in tho hurly burly of its piepurutlona no more A bullet had entered my for tho Columbian Imposition In lbiKS too the hospital side and was to be cut out of my much is already seen on tho streets of a right fiincirul or amusing both aiiperll It was removed cJal and cntehpcniiy nature lam been ib back by the surgeons There bent and misshapen and handed to me served a void in tho lino or tho strletlv uce I kept it carrying it safely through ful coinbinlngtherewitli ItiRtntctlvo object lcsHoim ami beautirul in art lliioks several battles afterward and began to thoro may bo ilio tho by eoto but tho experi- Â¬ regard it as a mascot for I was never ence of tlio Centennial Exposition at Phila Â¬ wounded again I carried it loose in my delphia shows that the mtsH or these were merit tritles Tim lui ln pockets for a year or two after the war of visitor- and nnfcorvliinlili were over at a tov for a handy w ire After my nrirriago in ISO 1113 pocket guido of official Mump not only ru- had it attached to a pin and I have itaiiie milnieasiinr nnd nhvnvH lit in iionn lust what of worn it o or since ns a cravat pin It has happily Is watnedmadethis unique kind isnt handsome but it isnt every man and i u havo already uh m Its iippearance beroro OrliciAl 1oitT who is able to wear as a cravat pin a nnio or Tin Womnrt Coiimiiian Kmoi bullet that has passed through his body tion lllustraed from Water Color Druw- lllluH Chicago Tribune Tli Portrnlio Is a rare and hcniif Ifnl ex Â¬ ponent of tho mniii aiuhiteutiiral feature A Rerl Discovery Number f l ho 1re1t KxposllioTi at Chicago In 1MT Tho rourteou magnificent struc both in text and illustrations is the Oc- Â¬ tures fidthfullv exhibited whilu tober Widi Awaki Its froutispicco is a lMrds aio View gives a roiilistle pitmen the evo at tho hiv of tho grounds with their principal dainty drawing by Mynoll In 14112 hiilldiiigs lagooiiK etc Tho illustrations and show a group of children waving repioductlotiB in water eolor of their gond bys to Columbus as he setb arooNiict tho original drawings made espo fo ts of TJ onks gives a brief sail lOlbrulgi S duly for this puijiso from tho official pliius narration of tho Irishman whoo eiijor bv Americas bes known waor artist Charles of presence in the crow of Columbus tlifs exieptlmiiillv linoOruliam A copv bo production will has been discovered by Mr John pent to au address upon iccoipt of 111 coots Fiske Thoron Urowns stirring ode In postage tamps bv Tho Cliarlea A Vogo and chorus In lliJ fitly introduces Icr Co ltullimoro Md this Discovery Xumbei These verses Is rr not vcry flxrltlnp to soo the anchor have been set to ringing music by Prof weighed abnaid sliipf Not half ho excit E C Phelps for thisiumbcr also Copies ing im would bo to boo ono wado asltois Jester of the leaflet containing this song are offered free to schools throughout the Hark- WIuWh That himself story I Â¬ commonplace manner Mr Willdim says he bent it into its present shape very intcroaUng comparisons have lately been officially put forth showing Urcat Uritalns increase in naval strength during tho past six years The figures show that her claim to tho title of mistress of tho seas is in no immediate danger but they also show that ono very burdensomo sourco of expense each year which tho admiralty Is called upon to bear consists in overhauling rellttlng and in many ways rejuvenating war ships that but a few cars ago were among tho marlno wonders of tho world Tho United States havo at least ono thing to servo as n consolation for having been so long under foot and rolled un- Â¬ without any navy worthy of tho name been trodden der wngons until it had almost lost all The money wo now spend In building up a navy nearly all goes for new work resemblance to its former shape It once was a leaden bullet but it did for construction and not for recon- Â¬ Detroit Ireo Tress not lose its spin Heal form in any such struction Somo fell-to-d- OLD VETS SOARFPIN Ilullrt with jttii Mncnt llrtttloof tlio Which llenii WllilerneM Mint l tlio Stephen 1 Wllldns is an old soldier ltvinjron West Monroo street While ho dresses with execedinsr o plainness the only bit of jewelry or or- Â¬ nament he wears being a somewhat pe- cuUnrcrnvnt pin wnicit always tulornn Mo stiya he has worn it every Jiis tic for twenty flvo yoars It is not a jay particularly handsome pin Yon would talo it to be silver turned almost black It possesses no by nntural oxidization beauty of const ruction or design From its shape and color one would suppose that it wns a leaden bullet that had AN She U htuXth Mbitrcus Hut for purtluulurs Bold by DrugiyiBU 75c bidding goori by wh lo tho Btrcotisur wait Philadelphia ltcforil Muck Adlou nun est Toledo mAJn Untnrrh Cure unveil Hnllh Ohio says mv liro Wrllc ihoutNnthlnRHtwo Indies 3ACQBSH s TRADE CQSVK MARK I ad PUnt trMok wUtm hnnU In nre tie Ironandburnef The RIIb 81m StoT lMlUh te wllUMtt04Mv imUa lesa Durable and the conmmer or chum pACKftse niia OTBry purcaww y Â¬ Ton Indigestion constipation sick head ncliowouU ntornuuh dlsordorcd llvor tuko DecQUums Pills For tmlo by all druggists REMeBAN Curm Promptly aid Permakkntly Oi trrn Wanted several kurdrod women to cour tho country Tnko somo Halos oney 01 Horehound and Tar iiittauttr I llco s 1 oolliuoho Drops Ciro in ono inluuta Tnrcnc Is ono placo who c thoro Is good shooting and that is up among tho stars Dont Neglect a Cough NEURALGIA Froit C I B Spmtni Sora Lnmbnvo IlAnrinolift Tontbache tr ic Tkrontt 8ffelllB THE CHARLES AV0UELER CO A T I Prnlfi HnrBi C A Scald Hi bltei THE DEATH OF fHMEB Baltlmere A FORTUNE IN A PUZZLE MERCURIAL Fulton Arlc8Ryaof About tou years ngo I con tractodusovorocaso of blood poison Leading physicians proscribed modiclno nftor modiclno which I took without any roliof I also tried morcn rial and potash remedies with uusuo RRS3 IfigtiSil MrJOJono3of v yysx is I RHEUMATISM cossfnl rostiltslmfc whichbroughton an attack oC morcurinl rheumatism that mado ruy llfo ono of ntfonj After suf oring four yoars I pavo up nil rcmodio3 nnd commenced using 8 S S After Tho taking Govcral bottlos I was ontiroly can above Is n picture of our Rrcntctt Atri csplorcr nnd In It tnn lo tracod tlio fonn curod nnd nblo to rostuno work of two wild Mninialii Any ono can rcndlly see gjHJjSj is tho grout est modiclno for tho fnco of the explorer but It iadldlcult todla l2Si2sa blood poisoning to day cm titiRuWh tho two unininU The proprietor of STANLEYS PRIZF JIKOT tho murkct nNKSwIllKlvonnclcRiun UfRIQHr PIANO vnlucd nt 8000 to who enn TreatUo on Tlnod and BJn nixciws mailed mnkeout tho elephant hojiist person tho steend nnd trirniTu to Iroc Bwirr Brixuio Co Atlanta Oa person will bo Riven 9 00 IN QOLD to tho 1 DalLMER3 nr nnclcjrnnt GOLD WATOH totliourM n hnndKomo CLOCKj to the tilth n SILVER WATER PITCHCR nnd to the next 85 fn QOLD Kvcry competitor must cut out tho nbovc picture und outline with n led pencil The London Times declares that Whitiier wrpucht for New England what Scott did for Scotland The most salient features of his verse were those also observable in his personal character sincerity simplicity earn- Â¬ estness and manliness These quali- Â¬ ties go to make up sterling worth and it may be said that they are character- Â¬ istic of things as well as persons An article to be long popular with the public must possess them The sim- Â¬ plest things are always the best for they come nearest to the work of great nature herself This is emi Â¬ nently true of that great remedy Reids German Cough and Kidney It is simple and so free from Cure all deleterious substances that it can be given to the smallest child without fear of injury This makes it in- Â¬ valuable in cases of croup as it can be given as often as the paroxysm comes on without danger Small bottles are 25 cents the large ones 50 cents Gel it of any dealer SYLVAN REMEDY CO Peoria 1L l Aw nndlan stampi for ono smnpio bottle of the fol lowfnjr prlro remrdlc ii srAM FYS PII1ZIJ STANIKVS IltlZK fllli ItllKlMtAlMTrifK mum iniiiiT MiiiMrniui Init lKYS IltlZK CI III Knit CTAKir Select any one of tlin above remedies or ns mnny aa you denlre bv cnelc nini k c for each ono AddrebS THS STANLEY MED CINE CO Brush St Detroit Mich The person whose envelope It pontmarhcl first will l awarded tho hmt prlro and tho otnern in order of merit To the person hcnd infr the List correct nun wr r will bo k ven ancle- pnnt QOLD WATCH to tho next to the last a handsome SILVER WATCHf to the steenj to the last a handsome CLOCK f to the thud to thoAuf 8IOIN COLD and to tho next ten to tho last 90 IN QOLD Wo nlnll ALSO ilV AtVA lOl iXTKA IUKMItMS should there bo In correct uiirwitm 80 nmiiy hendinir Tho numcH of tho leading pi lo winners will be pub HhIilhI in tho U S and Canada Tho object In making the foregoing extraordinary ofter Is to place our Medicines in the hands of the manv suflerers Thin IHKVT AM OMY POSITIVE Illlii1IATlC Clia ha4 cost the nropiletoisnn enormous amount of money the ingredient at which arc impotted fioni Africa where they are secured with great dlflkulty and expense It Is purclv herbnceoith and jiut up in two com- one to bo used externally mid the other ntcrnnlly Our 01 licit uviti nil s nro equally valuable Ar lotheri llabllltyof ourCompanv v e refer you to any Irmllnir uliolrsnle ilruuKlut In Detroit and will also furnish ou with tho names and addresscn of parties who have been entire v cured by this most wonderful Medicine All prirei will bo awarded strictly in order of merit and with perfect sntiHfnctlon Nochnrgo is mado for premiums in nnv way they arc lib tolutil phcu ana to introduce and ndvcrtlso our Mediants which we are bound todo regard less of expense Medicine Is sent by mall post paid and duty free When you answer tho pic turo puzzle please mention thin paper Aiiiio Stanley Prisj Medicine Co fcrnsftiietwonn tnisnnioncli ericwuli 13 V S tvo cent hmpHcrlO three cent Cn 1 U10 f ririunni stimis Piiizi Ifiti nm iiyskntkuy DIAItllllllAniiil ntlIXltlMOItUlSor STAN 30 Latest Styles f fa SJscaD Kcxxxa Kidney Livor and Bladder Cure Lumbago pain in Joints or back brick thiRtfn urine frcipient call Irritation lulliimntion prnwl ulceration or catarrh of bluddcr c n A A itrt i3fc IN AIXT1IK CT7 LArtDeLalVJode IMVI rn r roioitii IAUIH AMI ltTinr YUIIK VAPIIIONS 1 KEW mu3 91 bvvauk this rArtnrrrnMxwm mil fr UJ MlllHrIiitilllirrVorta a iuiumih OnlT 1 of 1 nr Xwt dmltr of V iiimbr la iit 11 The Best - Waterproof land A southern story by larly welcome sound t thody poptic Hut Richard Malcolm Johnston ThelJee il tlio stomach bo put in working 01 dor and Ifostottcrs A Cane Hush Hunters by Malcolm appeiite insured with tho ting a Stomach Hitters we welcome I Spv by John Preston that niiiioiiuees a meal with delight Tlio Townsond True Mors not only promotes digestion but by II P Whit The Diver marhh by overcHines inalari il and liver complaints On Hoard a Pirate Junk Lieut Col Thorndike and culminating constipation uurvotiRiesc rlietimatfsiu chapters in the two capital serialsTho In Ill IHJI to live well Olllll HIV man who Coral Ship and That Mary Ann reiuvcnatcH wearing apparui l must uo Washington Star The poetry of consists of verses by carclul to dyo well Kiln Wheeler Wilcox Lilian Crawford Too Much Inlltloi True Marv II IMake and others Price JO cents a number 2 I a year with shouting tnaruhng and discussing unulircs hoarsouesB Hroiu hltiH iottatued On sale at news stands or sent postpaid Larnyv and much throat irriiuUoii Dr on receipt of price by D Lothrop Com- Â¬ liivc los Curtain Croup Curoalu sail thcau s mtoins at once and re htn Utc vulcc olcur pany Publishers Foston Pm- sale by nVme iid rcHuniiiit VJ cents nl pi eminent druggist throughout tlio A Glasgow paper states that an en Y matin A J lloxiue lliitfitlo N gineer resident there has alter nine state tacturcr and solo proprietor teen enr- - labor nnd experiment di vided an arrangement in an engine by Tun pickpocket Is not oxactlv nboro but which he returns all the steam back to he often tales your time Youkcrti dtatco mau tho boiler alter being used in the cylin der cases he has got his In several Tlio Ti u Lvit fro Trlnclplo engine installed and at work giving Of tho plants used in maniifaouwin ihr most extraordinary results and in one lileiiKiili lumodx SMllll Ol IlkH Ttas case in a textile factory it is doing as puruianently lnnelclal otToctou the human ohoap vccctoblo oxtraots much work with one ton of coal as was Bv tein wbtltt Hie mid mineral solutions usuiii sum n inmi formerly done with seven tons cine aio poiimiuoutly injurious itelng w ell ialormod you will u o the t rue reiuod v Tin man who lias the pull at a pl nle onlv Mauutuoiurcd by tho California llg Ken ruh Urn thughllul ehap who his Sj rup Co characteristic ling-u-ltii- g 1 1 The dinner bell of course Not n particu Â¬ Dnsordcred Mver9 gout hoadache Impalrel HAVAtUl KOOT cuicfl kidney dilllcultlca JjiiGriitpe urinary trouble brights dlscuso f3crofula malaria Kenl weakness ordcblllty Oiiarniit rr IV ronti titu of Ono Ilottlo If not entixl PruirvUUMlllrclutiil dlponllon bllllouR WCTWWJ Goat IfiiipiiFC Blood9 SOc hm In tho WORLD At SrugsintK Size n touu tlinirko ld la Inrnllrts Outdo to DlU IClLMVU CO 100 Size LlCKER TI10KISII liltANI BLICKEU fa warrant prvor ond will Uip you dry In tint hnnlot iiurm new Hcaltlfn-o-ConilItlo- trtO DlNGIIAMTOSN Y I Iroughi a liusU 1 11 Uustun liulleiiu 1 v yimbition K now uuarled 1 attrine the rnhronhcit of tho tliormometor William McKrckau Dntist nt Bloomingdale Mich I have had the Aslluna badly ever since I came out of the army nucl though I have been in the drug business for fifteen years ntrl have tried nearly every- Â¬ thing on the market nothing has given me the slightest relief until a few months ago when I used lio schees German Syrup I am now glad to acknowledge the great good it has done me I am greatly ldicv Tin onlv lean folks you can find in this world iiiothowo who try to keep all they can ed during the day and at nightgo to sleep without the least trouble get Jlams Morn rman Sv rap tiiXTc inotniire ruMiuu MiiKUUMniirni etriiiineruMniMr II rrttr TIkI Q DtMKh Office Windier Onl KnXT Ciiudt iiuvueoiit i uinii-iuMPin-- llmilth uuie firirtli Uadtr RIFLESK00 IMl lir lliStKIIA rrrrrtrnlillir Inrmh taNtnitUtrllivtrlrrlar II lilt I j rnitUisi Unl Anl4ll llrarbiiru Mlilragtt VAM1 THIS 700 mH IAltamr tint vat m BICYCLES 3B mso AllklniliiKwbujil-tnr Hfr Ur f Di alabili ICO aj itffwnreuruniuiiuiu Jiniril nmiiil li iiolonli Jlinlia Ttnvr1t1i11411njia ton WATCHER IHtlOtMUillUUIMrOO tilth H- I- 1f irUVM l lilll rAIITION Hrvrnro of ilenterw nnb mltnniiu MinctMlilinnt WI lluiiultii nuniouijilt in price Miidiuicilon bottoni ptiich miliMlliulnnniirc Iritiiilulrnt nnil iibjcee tu nrnnceiiilon by Imv for ob- iiiiiiiiiv iiiuney tin durliiUopretouccn v rflfjjfif Vi m mtAm BiMffiSasa an 3v Mm sk www iuo liny l Ui - A o nulno ncnvcd hIioo Hint t 111 nnt rlt ilnoLAlf ialTPJM renmk nmootii l rltlc ilifxlblotnuro eoiiforiilili- - ntvllili runt diTntjlo thnn 11V irirr r ih over Id nt tin price- 1 W WILDOI GiCS 3 S HOE F01 lu - GENTLEMOT Bki I T nt tin ih wiiir is nano price for nnch er illy ript Ja in only ono nolo noireJ lug WWL ruiy ruri ui leaincr jJ l u CUX CIU VItcauziCOt ra inruuHU uroivnrtlilfta iv rivoniirtoniiOV lj milJtljAb tftfOORJKK WU Ml Wot bo IX riimo iiirco rly rolenr cu rviiMlwrl tittjutiti Iil- ltnIt ten mlilluout lloeilTiinhlioin wliK li rU iloilMe Him i f uirouciii v iinioiiwruikiriromii wiji romplrto to - mTw ymL W timrin nrt reiunrcu in nover rln or looien iir m tlio upper ra of luoiwoor icdrlLv to wimo irinllilei mlieliouitlonlliT and aunerisrlufiutticfil ine of tlieao rimea not Iki 10 uiyciivap weu su i i mitt nl JWJXV -- IuniiAu It iu iri tUtle only a Vnv is - is long 11 you tin n honest ir a man isueeosirilv an tho Imply dont jiii night IlulialoKxpicis tiurlnt only nppr unncn to coinnKiitf Hi unit Hrt fine Oiitf llftna amrisc it do rv is Uid enutuh with the ordi Tin nal v pill Â¬ Tin kiml k gambol on tho given ami lt w when they go jij u m of Leered ISingiiamtou Leader - Hi JoiiiiX -- Washington I ft its is another idle shuttered sal the nut w ho loiiud lo had logo to work 1 1 Star - Tlcy absolutely and irmun it a good deal nicer llilu entlv einc Constipation In ho tho scaanoro than tJ lllllolis AtUltks 1iiHifnn totuied in school - Huston rauKoflpU Blcknnd Hllloiw Headaches ami all derange ttomach and Uiwt U It 1ft tiBRcrted lhit It wuhCoI CloillV who nivnto of tno liver ti mm lMsfaotion or iiMriuin ilieyro Uu jubors Jjhon up in i balloon yelled money w your L uoirt iuil It iiowu Ill 0111 mo ropes 10 UUin Hjrlilj it lMiiBliamtou mi hlTTLt Joliiiuv ho tanned at Haw health-seeker- find relh f at tho top This Ik doubtloH- owing to - beador Hut the hiiMiig it And alter down Is worse theios nil the disturbance only a littlo teniMiary gool I rem begumlng to end Dr PierioH 1lutsant Polhts nro lKtter Theyre tho diunllrst tiny and easiest to take sugar cMitl granuloa that any ehilil is ready for Then thev do their work so easily -- GRbAMBALHi mm turiirtctl utter iikIuu Kit Cr nm II dm tico mniitlm tit nW wstrll mi K Jlnl thr uh rloMff and so naturally that it Itt sbJ fctl wm 11 fut ii im tir jttr ri jwn Mill ii r I tluiiih iii pcv3 1 1 1 te5SOaK i bieiiMJA01b rnKuiiyiirmcalri aiJ tri 8rj J0 KinottouipTinerii niii K LJiM Ojf7ri rhooHhooJjillis 2M ftWll a fA sjuu ift Yonthi ill1 - VBk 8l7iotDonioli nroof thoamoniiiU PWsraifc tfjjurwawvvajni wiLt ijkkw JhewohJ - Will v shnn rrnernl non ffontn civn Ixnlunlvn nnln to If not dcnlern nml1oim- placninnrcliniita wbero I har for unoin cnU direct 10 Part orr rlto lor cnrulnuiu V It Jlouiclun itruoktau M mi lmr idntl 0U0 nml wlilili wunioil Xostntio tree S 1 Ln- - lSlh - ffiiciiiiii Slicet wropiiiot Catarth no matter what your case is j uu 111 ca n Wiinv Pass gavo his order for beorntook well pay you Jd tho head waiter brought him chops lu can see what is naid of other remedies aa Uusa spoko of ft as tho high menial and decide which l niot likely to cure wr lioston TriuiHcrlpt Costfl only f0 cents you toiN r tcvimiK that oven the Iioiiiih go through course of Hrowumg bofmo they ureal wcd at u Uoston bruakliiHl table Ih Knfd It uii 1 - 11 i- - -- i Jlnuh tm A tiirlrlo Ik nil c rc iiilirivnUlu r li Put An et wurrujbi riuw lor lv Illtirilii 11 J THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED KAY FEVER npilM Into nfli m ilrll nnd Is EWiS n Tnr 1 makJks of Dr Sages Catarrh ivn iiit e1110 vour I 98 LYE rOWJHHKI AMI PhUTUXED roiulc Unit ko other Lye U bring u tlnepoucrand mcked In a can wllhremoxablo ltd tlio content ore nlwayn rendy for uhi Will make thti bttt perfumed KurilÂ¬ Soap In Si mfnutra mlhout boiling It U Uie brut for cloanolnK wusto plprrt dlMlnfcctlnu hIiiUh closctn siiMhlnir liottlcn rulnts Till Tlio itroiijfrt aiuf purttt Lyo patkntkd kT Is hardly Hqunro to soud a blind man to -- Philadelphia yfry cout dear man without a hearing Record uccHotc PENNlyLTMTJJCO Icn ibis U10008 Ib your husband troubled Insomnia that ho iIooh not Bleep of wgiusp Mr Joiic8y 4No ho Isomploycsl f toiothatdnei not advortlhe ami so Aid auctpiltedthohalit of sleeping durlug day Klngs Jostorv uuildino lot tho carpontora masonl urickluj crs Indianapolis Nows The avorngo landsman bollovcfl that bow wrefltliDg I Bile Bens rorcnur iikto Small 1 DAINTY WORK -- Author IlrMrA K Heron r 1nrl of Art rtc iUitUdinibiKik How 1 Kurnili l M erp blulmrt lmfiielrllltrnteit A gold tnlno lKIKIC IKltlrHIIISO sji utrtra kim cvui WWW Kiutrlilery Hit AfiO Iflll aiiooftlrlnlnnd nutlientlcBiiliIu to tlin WotWa NpurlytCUtuicoa Fair nml rtilriiKuls nowienily of lllimtrjleil Willi uMclut drnwlnua tha bullillnit n nl rlnw of unit cniiiml in oloren oil color Kitrn rino pn I lilmtoi HUy HcrntKr luillillni nnoulk cloth nio Unit Ituiolu KI00 Full ltulft MMi Itr tnnll prepilil on rrtelptof price AOfiMH Wrliont oticoforiorm jr totiii Miriuity nro eiiu for rom nlnto ranruiilnir outfit GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN NOTICE OFFICIAL and WOIIIltK OfrMllUN kxi osition CanaumHllvea and people wuohnre wenk lunirior Attn Coniuraptlori uu Dim SAP OLIO raahouldii Clilcuifs III gold oTorywhoro 5 icrtla U VAMI TUI1 TlttA M ff hu wnM Attacks 40 In nendachn and Coiifttlnnllon bottlo Trice Mc For sale by drugglsU GunratBd to curn Plllou Hcturp 7 SlITH A TO Blck eb Sxlit 1 Ji7 1 wW ftV NLA J In rwrmrnth ItvlimlMhHbaI TlremDdltHL NoiUrTinBBOloconTMiiwiao Min I FOLKS BOSS onJ nob4eflclaHlrlptlrconfllaBtUL tS2Aan1 gettlng Into A t CO doe frc Prtfitlttort HW YOttX and lampfo Sl HUSKERSA Hot JKy hi JHIIM0II IU VIOT0 Of In pin iMin jiknit woilii buy of dvklfr truu niu nru tm vmtt VXiXk TKU tX nniiuinM taipnr18iIHIUMfM M4 flnl Mq tar amil man n by WHEN KKITINA T TP It fiat cured Jt linn not Irilitr Ihouiuntt iiiiiiui imu OII1AU It l too oeiteoiiKiiayrtip A N K B IlAoa Curo for 1410 ABVBKTMM1U T HM UH j9 MW Ufl f lAHH C v WV Wl Oriw Kleli John llriahari Walker nronrietorof tit Citfnipodlltau Magazine linn recently TopeVt and Suitu Eclailroad Company for 2f00000 u plccu of land in Denver Col for which ho paid lean than ten yonr ago the eum I fancy thin U the nnmt won- defrftjl riiw in the valuo of real estate that linn ever occurred in tliU conutrv What wonderful luck I nuppnso many readerw will exclaim Ah usual with successful men there wan no luck about it at all Mr Walker win of tho ability to see the value of this prop erty before anyonoelKeuaw it tliatiH all When ho bought it the territory was a detached piece of laud in front of the city with a river channel between it ami the land laid out ns Htreets Mr Walker built a causeway to connect his purchase with the mainland which cost him some thing but not very much The company was compelled to purchase this tract It could not get along without it Other real estato investments in nnd about Denver have netted Mr Walker abovo 1500000 more so that his total wealth is now reckoned at 3000000 This is a good amount of wealth to be gained in legitimate ways by a compara- Â¬ tively young man who thirteen years ago was publishing a small weekly news paper in the city of Washington and was by no means a rich man Washing- Â¬ ton Star f Voto for Redwine to tho Atchison Holfl r ti iV How mi KdltOc k rwm T mmmtamimmmmmmmmmRmmKimntmmmmmmmmamermmioM mi mn i in in What Th Hope I W With the Lodiro nnliniuii lot lion lnlj i f mi mi win n nil mail liiWujmji j rifTit Htvitu ii iir in ttQQ pos-i-sK- -d Â¬ S tuli and vitrloii Htroiighihln up North we Democratic nuiyciiilldi iiily look fur iMlfiereiiLMiity f poitioul iiIWm tliaii now exiK New Yuk City will theii return M vend 1U bublieun Ooiigroincn more thfiu at proaeut while more thifn twiinty negro ItpremiitativiH from the Cfotuli vil hui der the IL publioaii control of ilie future Cuinrreiw alwilutely Hale and secure Heavy taxes should belaid upon tho property of the white tu develop and extend the public Heboid yntoui of iIiom States Separate hcIiooIh for the two hnuld be ubnliiriiod and the plan race of bringing the youth of both colors into close and equal relation in schools nuil churches given it fair trial as one of the mortt potent elements to bieak d wo the detPHtablo boiirboiiUm of the Smth National Hepubliean tQyCroHs under tlie UoiiHterN feet Hill force mvr tin The HeNt rinntnr Dampen a piece of flannel with Chamberlain Pain Balm and bind it on over the scat of pain It is better than any plaster When the lungs are sore sue nn application on the chest and another on tho back between the shoulder blades will often prevent pneumonia There is nothing so good for a lamo back or a pain in tho side A sore throat can nearly always bo cured in one night by apply Â¬ ing a flannel bandago dampened with Pain Balm CO cent bottles for Halo by Rose A Jones for Marcus Lisle Â¬ fVoto Cleveland tho Choice of tho frople be disputed that in the approaching Presidential contest Mr Cleveland is tho choice of the people Ho secured tho nomination in spite of the efforts of tho politicians of his own party to defeat him It is tho people on tho ono side and money on the other money contributed voluntarily by the protected manufacturing powers who will get it back with big interest if Harrison is re- Â¬ elected and money wrung from federal ofilco holders who submit to tho forced contributions rather than lose the places they hold by a refusal It is to bo hoped for tho best interests of the people and It cannot Â¬ Â¬ Alexander army knew no defeat Tlie FIRST SESSION BEGAN same is true of Dr Fenners Golden Relief It is warranted to relieve tooth Â¬ 38P1 Hill ache headache neuralgia or any other pain in 2 to 8 minuteAlso bruises wounds wire cuts swellings bites burns oct 8 June summer complaints colic also in horses QFVote for Redwine diarrluea dysentery and flux If satis For faction not given money returned The IllRguMt of tlm Yivtr sale by Rose Jones The Tammany meeting in New York BcHT Vote for Jas H Hazriirg was the biggcut demontratiou of the ponHOti Tlie crowd was so great that How to Vol ii Mritluht many bolder of platform ticket were All that is necessary for the Demo unable to get near tlie wigwam door cratic voter to do when he enters the Speeches were made iuide the hall by voting booth isto press tlie stamp on the RISB9 H ffsKlimJfc Senator Hill Gov Flower ten Sickles ink pud and then press it underneath tlie Uewdution wer riitcrs feet inside tlie square That and many other adopted condemning the Force bill and il make an X and will vote the straight pledging the country at large such a jOomoeratie ticket Then lie folds the decmive majority in tlie metropolis for ibttljot a will be shown by tlie clerk but Cleveland and Steeuou a will insure the voter must fod it before lie leaves tlieirnlcctiou While the indoor meeting tliii booth wiw going on spceelieH were being made fOfVote for Drake and Vansant from eight Htanda to tlie multitude out A 80I100I uiisurpiissL tl by any other in Steannftvigation was once looked up Â¬ KitNtern Kentucky side 120 Hpeaker being detailed for thi o was the power of Dr A full course in every department wrk Tho addreaefl were made in En on with doubt Fenners Cough Honey to relieve any Teachers awake to the interests of both glish German French and Italian The pupils ami patrons meeting more than realized tlie inauagerH cough in one hcur until thousands of low ltntes 200 trials demonstrated the fact Equally 2d0 per of tuition music 50100 SloO U ssioi Courier Journal expectation month cents jer -Giyes energy and good for horses Board and lodging at the Acndetnv Home Vote for Marcus Lisle strength Money refunded if satisfaction only 200 per week New building new furniture good eatables Alvnnilnr tail Jones not given Forsabt by Rose Touchers have charge of all boarders Hon I V Baker Jr Vice Prest Sy Vote for Elector J C Lykins iSSend tor catalogues WM H CORD Principal National Breeder Association and owner of Meander by Belmont write Quiuns Malone Lykins returned last Friday Ointment I liavo used with great sueees from Louisville wln re he had been for nearly twenty years and consider it attending the Masonic Grand lodge Tlie very best in the While in tlie city he called on little Wilbin no equal country endorne this preparation for lie Kendall and found him cheerful and bale by Rose Jones contented Morgan Messenger iQyVote for lame H Hazclrigg fiQrCrosa under the It losters feet Â¬ CIiuiiiIhIIiiIiim Kjtutml Skin Oliitiiii ut A certain cure for Chronic Sore Kyi Tetter Halt Illicum Ceald Head Old Chronic Sores Fever Sores Eczema Itcli Prairie Scratchen Sore Nipple and Pile It is cooling and aoothing Hundred of canes have been cured by it after all other treatment hud failed It is put up in 25 For sale by Koho and 60 cent boxe JD tiikmu tion of liiinwo MSZ nf thi high rank in tin itntiiiiihi country He never talk- at raniloin lie and i never wpcaU wlttioui fciimvJi d not an winy man t iin et Mr Ciirlu e night 10 hi- spoke on politic id that Ho neighhors in Covington J l ii tlie llopuhlicuu party ha three year B8BB8B expended 2rMJi more than IihiI Itecu expended under Pro idem Oh vchnd fx UkJIIt Ht that the Democratic adiniui tiation hud THEII a NEXT MORNING AL FEEL BRIGHT AND I paid 0inii DUO of the public debt and NEW AND MY COMPLEXION I3BETTEH My dootnr MJ It cf ppnlly on tho gtomarh Ilw had left a hurplux that the Mirplu- - wan Tin UrlnL I ml klilnrj nml la o ilfnont JnxatlrM itmrto from hrrba nnd la prtpurul loruaoaaounily m gone and that tin re would be a deficit tea of 20010000 had not the bonds deposit ed by the national bank as security f r AlldruKGlit88cllltt5OanniIl00aiickBKO If immp IouontiniitKetltKondrourRilUrenaftirfre their circulation been thrown into Un healthy tlilf jiUtfi mryAililiesa luy lit onltr to a general tuud to nu ul the crwis hum are important facts They should enter into the thoughts of the people The farmer who get titJ cents for bis wheat might ponder with profit Cincinnati - Not tin Mnn to sMienuun Itu not a iiiiioiiily Senator or w d in uud inf riuntion on tin- - ipte- t iy 3iiir AT JVSBIgaff thsT lTlHS f 5f I W Tin-i-da- wtimiU ltrall mmask WW I I pleasant llJmMZ irflQK M SMUSkBBBBk ipJ 13BEHAIH STREET Custom Kouto Square LI MT8H M H M I M uMLsVBBlflBBr BBBBLsBB DANES MEDIGIHE DIAMONDS EBSH Hue kji Bghdejiy Optical Goods MbHbU Enquirer jfeirVote for M C Lisle Normal and Preparatory School Trimble Bros WHOLES 5lLE - Ron ml SROCBR MT SlEULING KV nnd ill rPoiiijriiiniiitv of prtidtire pntrmiiiui- fully snliriw of Mountain il jeNly rtiuct Â¬ wihchesteTbahi VINClHTKlt X KY PrcMtlcnt II WrrilUKSlOOX It I IIUNTIUI Cnshli r Paid up Capital Surplus 6000000 20000000 This Hank solicits the accounts of mer Iliimts fanners trailers ami Imimih ss meii jjeiierally tiirntiliout Kustt rn Kentucky iiiiU oilers its cutiiit rs every fncility ohM the most liheral terms witliiu the litnitf of kLitiinute hnnkini octl8lv Traders Deposit Bank MTSTEKLIXG KY Capital J M 200000 Suitiifs THOMSON 300W Presitletit Cashier G L ItlGSTAFP Presitletit W W KIIlKPATRIfK Vice TABLETS Â¬ BUGKEYELlLk DM C We respectfully solicit the liiminesKnfiiirr ehnnts farmers trailer nnd Imsiness men generally throughout ICuctera Keiitncky A eeiiernl htinking httsiness ilonc Give its a chtince to semi von a hank hook nnv yottr checks ami lonn you monev when in nrtil W V TlioMi sov CsihIi R S STRAUER Successor 74 K SON 1 1 - III II the country that the purchasable element is not strong enough to determine the contest If tho battlo could be fought and determined solely on tho merits of the caudidates and the principles they represent Harrison wouldnt have the ghost of n chance Tlie surface indica- Â¬ tions warrant the belief that he has a very poor chance oven with tho vast molded support ho is receiving George Â¬ town Times 19 Vote for James H Hascelrigg Aro your children subject to croup If so you should never be without a bot Â¬ tle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is a certain cure for croup and ha never been known to fail If given freely as tho croupy cough appears it will prevent the attack It is the sole reliance witli thousands of mothers who have croupy children and never disappoints them There is no danger in giving this Remedy ii large mid frequent doses as it contains nothing injurious f cent bottles for sale by Rose Jones for Drake and Vansant Thn Ohio Rvtir Vry Low Lanes Medicine moves the bowels each Tlie stage of water in the Ohio river nt day In order to be healthy this is necPittsburg Penn is lower than at any essary time for five years and navigation has oJrVote for Redwine been practically suspended since July 10 At tlie present time there is scant four- Â¬ teen inches of water in the channel be- Â¬ low Davis Island dam and unless there KAv is a rise before cold weather set in tlie yra river may freeze solid and remain closed all winter There are now 200 tugs and steamboats tied up at Pittsburg jfVoto for Drake and Vansant OINTMENT CO to J A La Jc Co KY Main Â¬ frfr03Oft0OOfrO PRINTING m m 7rrgJl t CURES NOTHING BUT PILES i vaBMHmaanBi man Kentucky A SURE and CERTAIN CURE Straight Known for 15 years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR Wines Brandies PrtptfUbj HICItmUSOMTATmHMKD PILES HTtOLIS LKXLVTOX Wholesale Healers in Stkkkt Whiskies c SPECIALTY OM FINE OLD WHISKY A JL IHILLUV WITH CIGARS AND TOPACCO Old Pngh Old Pepper W M KERR 3 CO JOIIIIKItl IX Tarr and Old Taylor Agents for H y2 I i G FEDER Cut Price House RACE STREET For headaches biliousness constipa tion dizziiuHs sleeplessness the blues scrofula the blood and all skin eruptions Dr Fen tiers Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic never fail Waranted Could to satisfy or money refunded this be afforded if the Remedy wasnt For sale by Roe it Jones certain fiQrVote the Democratic ticket Kvtry IIoiiHki-Mi- Â¬ DesciiDtion t SIC1I AS CATALOGUES Hardware Agricultural Implements OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA PLOWS COOKS MILLS EVAp OIJATOKS CflAMIION HEAPEKS AND MOWERS STODDA1U AND ACME HA PROWS Aw A JDOOUS AND 110 and 112 JjllMvS lt7 CINCINNATI OHIO - MINtTES BAM rUOUUAMS SiriNi sasjia spkcialty Sniri--I r IU LETS RONTON I rXDKItWKAl SHAWLS II0HKltY GIOVKS IMANKKTS SI IKXUKPS and all kind- of innl ware and other goods in Notion Him Ftu nishing loods Line -- Hunt Contribute JVote I 4 Mlit1 cashier of tlie Firrtt National Dank of Uhicaiio acting for a number of well known Chicago STAMPER MrOriRE ArroitNKYs at financial men hart forwarded to John OAMPTON KY Kloehcr the man who killed two of the Willjiraclice in the conrts t v II TAMII T Dal tons in their raid on the bank at of Wnlk and the adjoining Mlli utii Crawfonlsville Kansas a medal com counties All lillsincs iiiriwi will receive prompt attention IVJ ClIAIIKNlfi CoMIirilTlON of the event The medal is memorative Wliy iant this a mud tliiiir - Dr When you want nnv printing of gold with a large diamond set in the ut nnv ti John Fenners Kidney and Uacknclic Cure is center Tlie inscription reads 10 in every SPENCER COOPER Joseph Kloeher the emergency arose warranted to give latifaetiun case or money returned tfueli a pniu V Hazel Jrceii Ky the than appeared wiioiist i in i i ns V Isition couldui he tliuugtit of if lite ined i o sxeoso m 46 eiy Vote the Democratic ticket For ieine wasnt Mtnerior to all others W M Terry who has been in the Hale by Koso S Junet H Mr IjS Cross uuder tlie Hooiters feet drug buisiuess at Elkton Ky for the Livery Feed and Sale Stable Chamberlains twelve years sjiys past NOTIONS C Kourv Cox i just the man for tho Cough Remedy gives better satisfaction HAZEL QUEEN KV Third Kaee and I nloti Sts Ho U full of enplneo which Iu Siiks than any other cough medicine I have ergy vim and pluck Ho cornea of jtotul ClNt 1XNATI n TCToiihle an Single Thero is good reahou for i ii nn xri- mo ever sold lii I i honcrtt stock a ton of Morgan countys Ik nml SaMIe IloreM f Z yivlir i vr this No cither will cure a cold so quick Â¬ V lor hire I ariies convex citizens lie is ouu of ntoit iutluential pi Mal atrentiin to muil orders eil to tiny pidnt on reason ly no other is so certain a preventive Morgan Mossongor the people ilhle terms Nnnd euro for croup no other nllords so arVuto for Redwine vS1 Jttly r will also itltMil o all unlU fnr iiiirJ 6ZS --5U fij Pcrryiau cclehratod iiuich ndlof in cases of whooping cough tloiieeflnj iiiul HUeU hsius tilthl kind mooI im CVngliing leads tueonsuniptiuiuKonipa Jones For wle by Roce Nuo Milfl nt thi ullieo at 10 eonts a dciWn Upeetfnily e 7 JOHN 11l PlBltATr Ralsutn stops the cough at once ifipVote for Elector J O Lykiu and tlie let pencil iin town at fy pien it I i They Have Hout II ho JIolmcH Uoge iiHintaut Senator Carlisle very properly declares that all the tin plate made in this coun try in a year would not suffice for in DODGERS weeks consumption and that tin tarill CARDS which sustains that meagre production TAGS costs our people lo000000 a year But then you know every household in the laud mut contribute to Muffing the SiJS kxo cnted witli tu atiicss and di Vi patch and at the lowe t pricr pockets of iIihi infant iudu-tneV ennsihtent witli good material Cincinnati liniiiivr I ami liiMt cliifs wurkmauliip BTVoto fur EleeinrlC LvkiuVf Wa IOIIUT COMPAKISUN AND sj - ENVELOBES UCTTEK HEADS NOHv llEADS BILL HEADS STATEMENTS SALE BILLS Mas IOP DAY Proprietress This house Iiiin i reeentlv refitted tuiil reliiini heiliiiil the ttihlc i iiitill times sup xost is qrmirr plictl with the h st in the market Hutt s reiMnnlile Sample room attached nnd mm- clal rate to commercial men Inn respect full v solicited iv Ih-i-i- T1TviToTTS e Haki II A i KKDCUiV Co Cunnv Ky Church Street Vew York VOSpeeial attention to mail orders 00 BKST IS QCAUTT Lv I WflDMQ If UlllflUI WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEFD IE I JKzVt FOR 20 YEARS lltllllltDbOSTlTIOinill LOUIS STIX A tj J PIERATT Dry Goods I rrjrdl SOLD KVlinYWHKHli t STmn HOSE IIAZPL work proinpth done HIiii kMiiiiliinir L DeBUSK IUAfTICAIi Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers iREEN L of all Unt olii-ued Â¬ i f fZtiS I w rVlr all uork NtlTlClAll Mho are iiiilcUed to llrm or either of ti for uork inii t wtlle and esh oiMitlaeioix n rniH1 nied Tor nil work done hi n r V von Tor paM piuriMniLi II lleiiitii a eontinnniice of the inn I I tlmililiiiL i1 We maki a hoisr uiiuni mid niriid H I C rispeetfnll KnNl- Plbl v