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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 jPENCER COOPER Ownornnd Editor JlI AZEL tt xfrv wmmipt i Green Herald Of a Noisy World With Nowa From All Nations Lumbrlng nt Hlu Back f 100 A YEAR Atwy In Advance KIUILTIt YKAH HAZttL GKEKX VIbH COUNTY ICY Fill DAY XOYEMBUR 25 1802 NUMBER i Death of Col Labnrt TMoore and It Ir unlikely that there will ho n uil i J uooro uieu vv rma xuiiy A young lady was oneo talking with alsullleiont number of vacancies during H tf 10th Inst of pneumonia after un vorv voting and verv smart manwho was the next four yearn to enable Mr Clcvc night illness of several weeks Though not inclined to air his knowledge of tho Inn land by new appointment to give the unexpected by thoso that vrero aware of guagea a little beyond what she felt that Deiuocratio partv a majority of theso She therefore said to IMisitioiiH Nor in there any probability his condition it was a great surprise to modesty required Ids many friends him with an air of deference to hisstipe- - that the next administration will have 9 OK Iiban T Moore wiih born in Wayito I an opportunity to make the Inited States rlor attainment A yearn ago ills IllM 1 wish you An this in county W Vn about XI supremo court Democratic J H You are a Latin scholar X father being Fred Moore one of tbo pi 2 A x would tell mo how to pronounce the word the court of final resort on all qtiestloiiH Ho entered valley illl X x of constitutional or federal law the polit- oncers of the Sandy So Marietta college at an early age ami The youth with an air of kindly pat ical predilections of Its justices may at I obtained his education f I have not met the any time become a matter of import there rnuage replied He studied law under Judgo K Epper- Â¬ word in my Latin reading but I should auce though the freedom of the court son of Ml Sterling Ky and completed have no hesitation in faying that It should front inlluence by considerations extra education in Transylvania unigiving neous to the legal points at issue iu any bis law bo pronounced Ho aettled in versity of Lexington IN T1JK it four sylables the accent on the sec- - ease before it Is conceded 22 years of ago and for The places on the hii promo bench which Louisa when ond eight years practiced his profession thoro Thank you for telling me replied It is more likely Mr Cleveland will have Ho was nominated for congress when I have always heard an opportunity to fill during the next the girl demurely ll years old by the Whig party and de it pronounced Sometimes bin if you four years If there may be any vacan feated Judge Win Mooro tho Demo cies at all are at present occupied by say the other way that must be right cratic candidate His work in emigre This is similar to the perhaps familiar Democrats Justices Field and Lamar marked for its thotighfulness and Chief Justice Fuller is the only other was catch of the pronunciation of and unsettled hours The remaining through the dark he which will often surprise the unliii- - Democrat on the bench just preceding the grent civil war lie f tiated by proving it to be only backache jJx members are Kepublicans and ex was one of tho few men representing X it also leiuimis one oi a ucuou piuiivu cept Justice Hlatchford none of them is southern states that advocated peace at X i within live years of the age at which be some veins snue as me mjiv mr jnniu Justice Hlatch- any cost need -- to need hiond The average may retiie on full pay When the news came that Fort Sump ford is in vigorous health and as he likes a d of eottrpe niTsfiii will reolv ter had been captured Col Mooro was 1 1111 E hut tJie answer will be that is the way bis work he is in no hurry to take advan the first to attempt tbo organization of gagit spill knead dough but not to need tage of the opportunity the law affords troops iu Northeastern Kentucky Ho mm him be having served ten years last MM bread succeeded in gottlng together enough KM TTJ i The other live members of the a iiuniiy spring A you ne lady lecentiy misieo XXX men to form the 1 lth Kentucky infantry Fvery Department Overflowing to it- - utmot capacity This is not a She remarked court Justices Harlan dray IJrown in a most heartless way eitch penny nle of miy kind but good bom st values am qualities which served with distinction throughout I had a letter today and how do you Hrewer and Shiras are men hardly past at fair prices Dufimr the enining vvi ek we will di pTiTv full the war line of fens ami Hoys Clothing representing the lead imagine the little preposition to was middle age and so far as appearances go Mr Monros tauten were not military ing and lut manufacturers in the Toiled State and are each good for a decade of service yot used however and he early resigned his posiEurope We will fmfeit our reputation of thirty Too suggested mamma iVe have nevtion as colonel of the lltli infantry and years standing in Lexington Cnpt Jnmos Blnckburn J wo hiiggesteil papi er failed to keep our promises heretofore We hope to seeCapt James Blackburn returned to his home which some years Tew tu ventuied various leu appointed collecter for the Lexington before had been moved to Catlottsburg ThntVe will sell you the best Mens Suit at o voices Iu ISnj Capt Blackburn Ho resumed tho practice of law only Ky district Lily who was much engaged with her wo will sell you the host Mens Suit at 10 That for the position and leaving it when elected to the ntnto sen Fieuth lesoui just then suggested was an applicant at That we will sell outhe host Mens Suit his appointment had been as we aio ate in 1881 where he served until 1885 tout and Tom in deiision improved 20 informed agreed upon and IiIh commission Five years later ho was elected by an That we will sell voti the host Mens Suit at upon that with tueue declaring that MeVs Suit at 2o but because of the publication almost unanimous vote as member of tbo That we will sell you the must be right in order to rhyme with made out dis of the contents of a letter which ptirpor constitutional convention from this qui ue trict I II DEPARTMENTS TAILORING MERCHANT il tlii ivllnir ted to have been written by him to his When quito young Col Mooro married OUR HlWIOIIj i Hh wifo while he was in the Confederate lady when the alphabet and their ingen Stairs Our Cutters and Workmen are first Is the lim l in tlie rnited army the President deemed bis appoint a daughter of John Everett of Cabol We are dnini the hrgest business we have ever done Juity were well exaUHtcd class artists inadvisable and the county W Va who together with four J nst then Teddy who had been soberly ment at that lime Come and make your elections early The revoca- giowu children survive him was revoked absorbed in his bread and honey and appointment Col Moore had a host of friends and tion of his appointment was humiliating who was in liis lirst term at school and Ho wn popBlackburn and a great disap but few if any enemies wrestling with the problem of woids in to Capt with every clasa of people and his ular J hough pointment to his friends two lettirs raised bis head and with an disappointment Capt death will leave a vacancy that will not humiliated and air of decision and importance gravely Catlettsburg Chronicle Blackburn remained the earnest and be easily filled spelled T o to US and KIXK TAILORS IK worker for the cause of DemoTriumphant Domooraoy cried the young lady with a faithful Yes cracy that he had been from bis early The next President will bo a Dem peal of laughter Blackburn ocrat In 1J5SS Capt manhood Why exclaimed the others in lis- showed his political patriotism by taking i i trover Cleveland Is elected inayed ciiorus - nun is me ngnt way io in this state and giving of Ills tho stump The people have triumphed over the j spell it time advocating the re election of Cleve- plutocracy Men are stronger than j and that is she replied Kxactly In the campaign just closed In money The land hidden and abhorrent II lllfll III the way my uoriepondeiit spelled it Ilk JBBS have not prevailed took an active and lab irons purl roing forces of corruption coi respond with You do not suppose JAY-EYE-S-EE through the mountains of Jvistern Ken over the intelligence and vlrturo of the persons who can not spell to correctly tucky iu the stronghold of Republican voters Idovou homo Mni I Cari Hickory Jrovp Kurmr to lug I rover Cleveland and ism preaching AIU The world told the protected inouop Hnelne Wis Miy of every known remedy I removed1 a Inrpo Unite n M re than twenty seven lists and their political agents that money In Nicholas tariff reform Election Sconos illly ol two years Maudlin from a year old v lth three npruicuwuiiM ui There are many queer and funny sto- years have past since the rebellion closed cannot stop a landslide nor block an ries told on v itcrs who for the first time and It si ems tons that these years are avalanche Q - t r iulliil mi hi tn evereisi tluir riifhts Miflieient to oblitente any intemperate The election has proved to bo a land- Â¬ I nave ev r nseilorluard I Any number ol voter decimations that a young and iinpuUie slide an avalanche a oyclone a tidal-wavIt U ho best Preparation in the new way of I heartily recommend It to alll loiaeincu E folded their ballots witliotit markiiij iiimii may have iiihiIo in a letter to a young bLJL A gBr I everything that typifies irrcaistibk PJ fief Wchme hundred cf such tctdmoniaU We are satisfied power One goed Nicholas county and liHiidnomo wife them at all lfc Snu rrlccS150icr bottle AyourrtwfMr11 x DiamYhI Uepuhlican got so excited when he saw that Capt Blackbiiri will not ask for the The overtaxed insulted defied people the Democratic moster on his ballot that appointment but wo hope his ilistln have rii un In their might and overwhelm AV II J IDV fc XJ Wliiieiwtu HHTOiTIStIUDE MAIIK he took up the little rubber stump and guishtd congressman will do it and his ed the Republican party struck him iu the face lie wanted to appointment in ISUJ would be accepted The votcM havo entered final judg go back after he had found out whnt he hy his many friend an the righting of ment upon the verdict twice rendered J i cast r r- - - itb II -m cX u n ind done but he could notho lmlvou r what they believed wus a wrong iuto18sr by them iu condemnation of the lleptib tho licau policy and practices The issues Another i liu irst Democratic vole CapU Bluokburn comes fully up tho in a national election have never been Tin wanted M kill the Democratic candi Jelfersoninn stand ird and de arves date for coiisiablu in the Carlisle pre reward or the faithful Catlettalhirg more thoroughly debated or more geuer ally umli rtood The will of tho people cinetso hu took great ilelight iu scratch- Democrat him by l utliug u crow mark now become the law of tbo land ing AJ Jm Tho DlgKostnhd Boat Rntlflcntlon must ZZ7 the candidates name and depos further an tho Republican opposite According to tbo newspaper reports To defy them 1 When he found out have done for ited his bnllot week Imd the bigge st ami senate and administration n fi head Lexington last Hr fnt fm what he had done he bumped hi jbesi ratification of Democratic success two years past would be moral treason K gul r Meals Cents Meals to Order at All Hour h M A candidate for con to r M wall from against the M Copper Jtis a great victory well and worthily to o v M Dinner from 10 a m to hold iu the state Tho procession of from A M l - sable outside of Carlisle wrote his name ya Democratic party displayed Open ters Lamb Fric l Vb Chickens and trails a specialty cavalry Infantry etc was over a won The - ballot o everybody lloats courage of its convictions iu tho at the bottom of hiCUS LUICART Proprietor length ami thv banners contain tho r m He lot his mile in It wanted know how he voted might Hazel nomination for presiduit ed many iuspiriux inscriptions of the largest funnels candidate and it CJ rover Cleveland as its One own suppoit I J IONICS Green was well repiusented iu the person joiin m It believed in it prin Â¬ in the county hiiligiiNiilly rcfu ed the s the following nominated him of a former ro ident ciples and boldly declared thorn prollerud instructions of thw election oili from the Jrew will nlmw the bauk of his clipped honesty have won Con race and eers stamped the croMon After thh earn- - the lHMtitihil iiiv got N waste ballot and saw thi niiiip jrtil lit tin ir t arlii fun on bv Mis Mulde DjuUm aiulllxmgllve tho Republic Carlisle representing the fortyfur tnli wltli DKAIrl IN basket vvitlumt u murmur Too Inqlsltlve n ifm Mercury forty four beautiful vsinnmie lases Two Customer 1 want to look ntoino fur iv 111 rrJ supported in tho irai beautiful banners were k Tho Judiciary Alono earner One bore the likeness of Orover trimming please t Tio Clork What fur please Hie judiciary is the only branch of the Cleveland and the inscription iiaEF - UUKKN KKNTIVM ty ii fv U1 r i ikihu iiisa iiih iii Cnstomor f n liluli iliicluconit i want UI rpowiii under reopie 1 iiukt x- whei ILc o Uoim S differ Curry ll fOliljMo lillO ot Jhi oilro if lh lUfimUtw mrly ter rljUm Amorlt the lothilljr l ts C Goods Cfonts March nrst Imuid riwtes j Tiy iIIMUM presen once it can make to you illt m s tho lth of ppoutfd for life ubjeet to ul at Woodland wero afterward ami SOU J Iark to the chairman iriirilO i TZTi ilUn S idiUi Some Easy Catches The Greatest Effort m I J inet-i-in- SB EB KQUAL8B fit History ofLexington m Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Louis Gus Straus i bae-kao- Â¬ I nmnTivT rim Displ aySpring C iiU un -- Â¬ -o Â¬ it iri Â¬ bet i - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ L C STRAUS KENTUCKY J LFAIINr UTIl Â¬ ilSES I LEXINGTON HHE55i I Â¬ Wjjj 1 Â¬ Jny-Kyo-Se- e Â¬ QUiNKS OINTMENT t e- Â¬ UKAXD mwk JVo wn a W Short ffltsh Kitchen iiy Street Lexington 51 5 at ftPi t- lkr l- wyt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mm 12 1 itui JfONJBS iv AT mliiiJKAinWAia -- sivrxrr lV c nwsiriiiiiit ri ikr inu i dms ihUl jtfnrurbutIdont8newht UUvAi s BiiarantoiMl is rtMiroM nteil tnoncy ivluiil l y n f V 8 I - Ms 11 M 1 if H -- --r M Tim JOB PRlNTING irli a m w -- r - i- vHaiel Green Herald BPXNOBR COOPER IMblUhef CLEVELAND ON THE ISSUE irrat So Haltttic Irtititrm No moro fcoarolung analysts of exist Â¬ ing American conditions win ever mado than that made by Mr Cleveland In tils closing message that of December IMS without doubt the ablest state paper in American archives Plutocra- Â¬ cy in America means tho control of government tho enactment and tho In forcemont of laws through tho power of money No Intelligent Amerlcnn will deny that such a plutocracy exists ami that the Issue now to bo deter Â¬ mined Is between a plutocratic and a popular government Upon careful Inspection writes Mr Cleveland In MimiuArUing tho causes which have raised this Issue we Hnd tho wealth and luxury of our cities mingled with povertj- - and wretchedness and uiire muuernttvo toll A crowded and con Â¬ stantly Increasing urban population suggests the Impoverishment of rural sections and discontent with agricultur- Â¬ al pursuits We discover that the orluncs realized by our manufacturers nro no longer solely tho results of sturdy Industry am enlightened foresight but that limy result from the discriminating favor of tho govern ment and are largely built upon un Â¬ due exactions from tho masses of our people The gulf between cm- Â¬ Â¬ A InlHIlKrnt Noltiilnw of lh UAZEL QUERN KY THE M I PHYSICAL CONSCIENCE II KxUaj ir AWlmrt at n rdus Many a man Ih kept awake bj the re-Â¬ proaches of hi physical conscience The working of the physical anil tho taornl conscience nro somewhat nnnl Sinning npnlnst either oft otfouH ropontel nml long continued in linn tv parnlvflnir effect Anil further when olther hn boon ngnln nwnkoncil arointed to noniethlnj of Its former Tlffllnnco by n reformed life It Ih much more troublesome after any lapse Into wrong doing than when It wns dor mant Tho thief or tho liar after he lms Wen converted who fall under temp tatlon ftuiTcrri from remorse and says I nin not nenr to himself o happe ns I used to Ih I uncd to think whonl hud n chnuco to Meal Komothing or He out of n bud nornpo tlmt I wns In luek but now It tnnkoH me mlsernble Yet tho fact tlmt ho can not w hnppy nny moro in wmng dolng shows tlmt he Is u Wtter man It Is Just so with mans physical condolence Thostnmnch which hah jjrown dormant under abuse grnd unlly recovers Its normal sensibilities under proper hygiene and then when the Individual pours down a lot f pep Â¬ per nance or Indulges in mince pie pickles rich cake and high meat at seasonable and mwoniotinhlo hours his stomach upbraids htm for the abuse with pain and distress and very often with sleeplessness but he must not think of returning to his old ways In tho hope of finding comfort It would be more sensible and right to attempt to quiet his physical conscience by n re Â¬ turn to gormandlxlng than it would for tho converted thief and liar to quiet his moral conscience by lapsing Into his old Â¬ Â¬ Irlnr br l of tttn ItAltln Oreeh Sanitarium In taxes and In tho expenses ol government It has Inaugurated policy of paying out millions annually In subsidies and bounties direct from the treasury It has forced tho sgrb cultural states doepor and deeper Into debt It hs asserted aright to em ploy mercenaries foruse In private want against labor It has demanded complete control of elections through a force bill provided for returning boards and supervisors to tako the places of Judges and officers chosen by the peo Â¬ ple And after all this and moro It comes once more before the people as serttng Its right to control them and to subject their inherent manhood rights to Us assumptions of money And on this Issue of popu Â¬ prjvltege lar government agninst plutocratic gov Â¬ ernment Jrover Cleveland Is onco moro at the front of the dcmocratlu party challenging tho Judgment of every enlightened American on the justice of Its cause St Louis Republic create THE ROW BOAT A Â¬ Â¬ -- POINTS AND OPINIONS lepubltcan protection means the greatest good to the least number It bo observed that It differs materially from IcITcrsoniau democracy X -Â¬ Y World attitude towanl the civil service of the country Is likely to receive a more searching lrosldent Harrisons The majority of those who are suf Â¬ fering from sleeplessness have dilated stomachs which u Toot the sympathetic nervous system ThN controls the blood vessels of the body and when weakened by indigestion or disease tho blood vessels of the brain and other parts become relaxed and tho bruin continues active when It should be resting Further a relaxed and dilated stomach can not empty Itself properly nor absorb readily and so the food taken In Is attacked by millions of microbes generating poisons which irritate the brain These poisons are closely allied to tho thelne of tea and It Is well known that this drug especially when used strong poisons the brain so as to produce sleeplessness Tho remedy then lies tn the proper treatment of the stomach in tho mat Â¬ ter of diet Kiosk foods should be avoided because they call for prolonged stomach action of which a relaxed stomach Is Incapable Krutts grains and farinnclous foods generally are boston this account and also because llosh foods If not properly earod for are liable to generate some of the most deadly poisons Tho butcher some times gets blood poisoning from accidentally cutting himself while serving moat to a customer The dyspeptic should go to bed with an empty stom achentirely superloss or else merely eating a little fruit This will Insure tho brain from being kept awake by poisons due to the decomposition of un Â¬ digested food In the stomach and aim save it from the constaat state of ex Â¬ citement of the sympathetic nervous system while the work of digestion is being carried on Another excellent precaution Is to drink a large quantity of wntor Just before retiring which will assist In washing the poisons out of tho system ami In their elimination from tho body Uoported by Helen I Mxnnlug Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mo do feel mlserble Them cold winds from Vermont an Maine hev shook up bad My gracious hope aint ngolu to hev another stroke this fall Uoiton Sunday Herald 1 1 1 vv st Ancient YluiiiW have eaten apples that ripened moro than eighteen hundred years ago bread inado from wheat grown before the children of Israel Hissed through the lied sea spread It with butter that was mudo when Klixnboth was queen of Kngland and washed down the repast with wine that was old when Columbus was playing Imrofoot with the boys of Oenoa was the remarkable statement made by a New York broker The re Â¬ markable spread was given by an antiquary named tioohol in tho city of iirussois in IMI The apples were from an earthen jar taken from tho ruins of Pompeii that burled city to whoso people wo owe our knowledge of canning fruit Tho wheat was taken from a chamber in one of the smaller pyramids the butter from a stone shelf In an old well In Scotland whore for centuries it hnd lain In an earthen crook In Icy water and the wine was recovered from an old vault In the olty of Corinth Thero were six guests at tho table and each had a mouthful of tho bread and a teaspoouful of tho wine but was permitted to help him Â¬ self liberally to tho butter there being Kcvoral pounds of It The applo jar held about two thirds of a gallon and tho fruit was as sweet and tho flavor an lino as though put up yesterday I L i ld llftrjwa YouHjf 1ob1 Yes you can papa cloud my boy There 0110 up on that mountain now and yoH eau go up and tlo a rope to it it down oh awful easy ami bt Louis Ulobo Domoornt Papa said Wll It Looked Kasy lie on his tlrst day In tho mountains You cant got a want a cloud plover and employe ts constantly widening and classes are rapidly forming one comprising the very rich and powerful while in another are found Ah wo view the the tolling poor achievement of aggregated capital we discover the existence of trusts combinations and monopolies while the citixeu Is struggling far in the rear or is trampled beneath an iron heel Corporations which should be careful lv restrained creatures of the law are fut becoming the peoples masters The existing situation is in jurious to the health of our entire body politic It stttles In those for whose benellt It is permitted all patriotic love of country and substitutes iu its place scltlsh greed and grasping avarice Devotion to American olllenslilp for Its own sake and for what it shouhi accomplish as u motive to our nations advancement and the happiness of all our people Is displaced by the assump Â¬ tion that tho irorcriiment tusteid of being the embodiment of equali- Â¬ Is ty but an iiistrumeutalitv In- Â¬ through which especial and dividual advantages are to be gained The arrogance of this assumption Is unconcealed It appears In the sordid disregard of all but personal Interests in tho refusal to abate for the of others one benellt iota of sottish advantage and iu combinations to perpetuate such advantages through efforts to control legislation and to in Uuence Improperly tho suffrages of tho people Communism Isa hate ful thing and a menace to peace and organized government Itnt the com Â¬ munism of combined wealth mid capital tho outgrowth of overweening cu pidity and selfishness which Insidiously undermines the Justice and the Integrity of free Institutions Is not less dangerous than the communism of op Â¬ pressed poverty and toll which exasper Â¬ ated by Injustice and discontent at- taks with wild disorder tho citadel of rule He mocks tho people who proÂ¬ poses that tho government shall pro tect tho rich and that they iu turn will euro for tho laboring poor Any Intermediary between tho people and their government or the least delega- Â¬ tion of tho care and protection the government owes to the humblest citixcu makes the boast of free Institutions a glittering delusion and tho pretended boon of American citizenship a shame less Imposition Since Mr Clcvoland wrote this tho plutrocracy has dictated a great In- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho rowbont hn not loen nmdo nH much of In this country as It might to There Is a rery detlnlto notion that rowing Is hnrd work and that the ad vantages derived from It are More than counterbalanced by Its fatigues but there ts no form f exercise from which more health and pleasure can be de- Â¬ rived than judicious rowing The reason for the comparative un- Â¬ popularity of tho faintly row ton t In this country Is Ignorance which Is the root of much more evil than money Is accountable for When the father of i family thinks ho would like a row txmt he usually has a commodious hcav round bowed broad stcrned modified whale boat In his uitnd Kor iMirs ho knows only the Jieavv llat bladod ash very essential to the owner of the Whitehall wherry Ills other liWa of a row boat Is of the almost Invisible shell made for the feats of athletes or the If drowning of venturesome tyros come Into fnhlon late years thero has n dniiblo ondor rowlwat so narrow amidships and so low as to feet that neither the feet nor the oars can s cure proper purchase These boats have their uses on certain Inland water and when the paddle Instead of the oar Is employed as the motive power there Is vast pleasure anil most healthful oxer else to be obtained iu them Hut when the family Is to be provid ed with a boat It must bo a row boat and not a canoe and It should to of such a character as to enable the wom en of the household to take gentle ami Women some Â¬ refreshing exercise times become excellent handlers of the not made too or and aIf rowing Is become much of labor they gretly attached to It The man who buys a small whalc lioat and uses nsheu oars must provide an awning for his wife and daughters to sit under while he tugs away at his lntorlous task Such a man usually wears a stilf linen shirt and collar when he rows and his fond ness for this particular kind of aquatic amusement lasts atout half theseannn At the end of that time he is willing to giveaway his lumbering em ft The family boat should to as light as It can Ih- - to hold two rowers and a cox swain without being era nkv It should to built on the model of the working Istat of the athletes It should have slidiug seats and amid ships it should Ih just a little wider than the scats It should have outriggers and light spoon oars of spruce a tout eight feet long wun nannies suited lo t ne rower are the proper kind Such btats arc often seen on the Thames and the Seine They may look dangerous to those un accustomed to the water but with a little practice anyone can manage one and the sllding seat indng conquered rowing will be a delight that will be looked forwanl to from day to day through the summer season One might dwell for columns on the secrets of nature to be discovered In the coves and along the shores where no larger prow can be pushed but rowing to to enjoyed must be made easy and to make it easy the boat must bo the lightest consistent with safety-Harp- ers Â¬ -- Uht Craft Thai the Whole Tskn lleaur In rwmlijr Caa tlon TJntUdfflr It uwn- v TtM TOiiaic i Kg 4 - howl ImnrorJTy tlon enriches too blood dtujvli pains melancholy and UorvouwtW5 refreshing sleen and rmtarM lZWP iiincuon of mi -- Jm t 15 fmitl tS Int liorvtnn mnitn ivrSflnU needs and tho only punritttMf rvm3 fctiiakt complaints and irirgulorituVk nionoy Ikick tsrrh liuigs Hut by its mild soothing fWJ niul honltug propertl Dr 8ngovs QiW Itemed r tHrfrvtlr nnd iwirtmMimitl i great ninny medicines rellcv- - fk fit tho Head That inoatH Ut i IriviMi fmm thn hiuil Inr 41 ilJT A f DR KILMERS j aim Jr 5 F r Â¬ Root I ccaTKIDiNEUIVERo2W o IHhroIvck Caravel OnM tone hrlok dunt In urine pulu lmirttim Mnonliiir nf tor urination pain m ImcV unJhia Mnlitiii fmiiMf of urticr t lilt prvMi Tuhocn Hin urine Mnnty urine sViEinftrt i urvti urinary Inmlili aun l luey UilUcuUH JiMVClVCaaSlllBSIliWt Torpid or enlnrirtsl liver foul tireuth t m iKss IhImiih litiitiiiilie Ksr Â¬ CsQurDllofthciiBIsfidder rrwjUlllt UlIK IntlrtniniiHlou lii Ulto kvus Irrltatlnn uleeriillen ilribUlu HW llliHslllUKlMlT piuu IV-t-- tflll Â¬ Otn mntrr I If ttrtV inlrnl f Ono liiiMv ii rifiiml jiU tlioin i 4 AI itle tOUSttN ln nlit txl to m llnllli frvo Dll hllMKIl i CO lltMIIIAUYON X Y ii Uruurlsl Sle AkUIMm s wup erman Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I nut st say n vord ns to the efficacy of Gcnnatt Syrup I have used it in uiv family for Hrouchitis the result of Colds with most excellent success I have tnken it myself for Throat Troubles ami have derived good results therefrom I therefore recommend it to my neighbors as nn excellent remedy in such cases James T Durette Early ville Vn Uewnro of dealers who offer you something just as good Â¬ Weekly examination and exposure in the next month than previously in the camHOW TO paign The taritl has put it in the background but there is an important rmellrnt Sutirtlou Iti curdlnc Pliy lntl section of tho voters who are likely to It goes without saying that tho first be InlltUMiced tv Harrisons record on mi- - nappmess anil useiuiness that subject lttistou Herald Is health People adapt themselves to Possibly Mr Peck will iind that the business of regulating wiges to thelrcoiidition so that a certain degree meet political emergencies is neither of happiness and usefulness is attained as pleasan or orolltable as It promised by manv who are invalids or but it Is to be doubted If ever to he N Y World t he highest degree of either Is poss The failure of James i Hlniiie to mention the names of Harrison and bio without a sound physique So many Held and his Maine pair do not lose days are wasted and so many powers He their meaning as the campaign moves dormant because of the weakness and the disease iu the subjects themselves forward Albany Argus and more than this the time and The democratic party believes of that the true and constitutional pur strength are others who must care for tho sick turned into fields which jHisc of a taritT is tho raising of neces are not productive often being posisary revenue for tho support of the tively diverted from nobler channels government and that is all David Christian graces may thrive and even It Hill Into rare loveliness In the at The Cleveland campaign is pro blossom of the mosphere Invalids chamber but gressing satisfactorily in all localities It must be In spite of ill health not be There are very few states in which cause of it To be temperate tho Harrison followers are not com- in eating and drinking Is to live in pelled to light for existence The health ami With long whotu northwest is in revolt Chicago established to live well social traditions to con Times tend with It requires no Whether wise or otherwise n age to set before ones small cour mighty American constituency look to guests simple nutritive famllv and food whole Urovor Cleveland for political inspira- somely prepared and f suffer being tion and diiectiou Like IctTon oii called odd or a a Jackson and I tlden hi their day Mr one refuses late suppers nink because ice cream and Cleveland Is regarded as the foremost confectionary Hut In the long run expounder of democratic doctrine your physical uprightness will be am Troy Press ply rewarded Yon will When such a distinguished sot work clearly continuouslyto able to nml lier as lien Walter t tiiesham de and barring accident reach the well clares in favor of lirovor lowland it ripened old age which crowns highly a virtuwill matter little with the people what ous life Let then your first duty to tho such men as Demagogue Sickles and upbuilding of a sound physical framo Palsy KulrehiM say The old soldiers nnd Its maintenance In n healthy equt are too sensible to allow such men to Hbrium by strtot obedience control their votes leu Ore sham was of hygiene tlood Health to the laws a moro distinguishcdsoldier tlian either The Opinion ir M CmnnHltor of them or than Hen Harrison and his word will go further with the old solJeweler Straight Confound It Chcapman Is going to hnvo another of diers Indianapolis Sentinel Tho republican organs are still his slaughter sales Mrs Straight What does heahiuirh explaining that Vermont and Maine Incident Tho tnctdent was that tor Jeweler Straight Kools and every about oue thtrd of the republican time one Is slaughtered two are born votes iu each state stuyed at home and refused to vote lit splto of tho most Jewelers Weekly desperate attempts to get them to the Distinction Without a DtfTerencu Kills The significance of tho Inci- He I dont like Mrs Snapper She dent U that If there should bo an equal Why not llo HecauHo she Is too number of republicans In blunt Sho Too blunt all tho states Harrison wouldnt have thought she was extremely Why I liaro ouo hundred votes In tho electoral col- Detroit Kr Prow lege St Units Republic Â¬ liveTnhealth Always insist on huviug Boschcci German Syrup semi-invalid- s W rn v Latest Styles IN iu fttsKtiiii LArtDcLnModi IMVIIA T iiik iUM mitr rtiiiriMlll11 rrai i- COtilii ab in MM i I w Â¬ Â¬ r ams tj ium it i ii J llllrt iiuiiTM II Inl IWIUMN- tit r Tti il r 1MW Â¬ 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chiefly toward tho been m The sculpture of the world the JUst architecture of tho world tho laws of thu orM the philosophy of the world the re- Â¬ the civlllratton of the world ligion of the world enmc from tho Knst htt while Columbus us his nnmowus called nftcr It wits Lntinlml Mood go lod said snd m he mid n tho on 400 wore tltnti flestwnrd l ituilylitg maps nnd vMUiilnlng globes ind Vcndliuf cosmography Hod said to a sen can do with tho linbrin tho Ma- Â¬ Wins VLlft up thine eyon toward tho jestic the Teutonic and tho City of Paris and you must Imagine what the The fnot wns It must have seemed to wean could do with thoso three small ltlco ships of olden time You may judge Columbus u very lopsided world with one wheel like n scissors what the ocean was then by what It In a curt with one blade like a sack on one side now It has never changed Its habits if a eunol needing a stick on the other It can smile like the morning but often Hero was a bride of It Is the Archangel of Wrath and Its ii1c to balance It When most rollicking fun Is a shipwreck a world with no bridegroom JchI makes a half of any thing lie doc The mutinous crew would have killed Ho makes tho other Columbus had ll not been for tho gen jiot stop there eral opinion on shipboard Jhat he was fcilf e iiiv nil obliged sometimes to leave the only one thai could take them back Hut Hod never homo In safety The promise of a silk things only half done jtops half way lieennso lie has the walstcoat ami f 10 In money to tho man time and power to go all the way I do who should llrst discover land appeased them somen hat but tho Indignation not wonder that Columbus was not sat isfied with half a world and so went to and blasphemy and threats of assassi ttork to find the other half The pieces nation must have been awful Yet Hod of curved wood that were tloaled to the sustained the great sailor commanding there of Kuropc by a westerly gale the Santa Maria Krery evening on shipboard they had itul two dead human faces unlike any thing he had seen before likewise float prayers and sung a vesper hymn Hut him tho from t Hod the west were toup thliio voice after all the patience of those on board ryes the ships had been exhausted and tho Lift saying cf Hut tho world then great Cupula or Admiral had been toward the west s cursed by every analhctua that human as now had plenty of That is what keeps Individuals back lips could frame one night n sailor saw and enterprises back and tho ehureh a light moving along the shore and ack ignominious then moving up and dow u and then disVack and nations Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cunt-bo-donoÂ¬ pronaviy Kt there Krery tlmo wheM he stands taking observation ot th sun with r astrolaiKj they wonder what ho sees nnd ask more questions Tho crow aro rather grouty Sotuo of them catno on under four months advanced pay and others wcro Impressed Into tho service For sixteen days tha wind Is dead east nnd that pleases thu captain because it blows them further and further away from tho Kuropean coast and further on to Â¬ ward iho shore of another country If there is any After a while thero conies a calm day and tho attempt Is made to fathom the wean and they can not touch bottom though tho lino and lead run down UlH fathoms More delight- Â¬ ful sensations for those who aro not good sailors A fathom Is sl feet and SOU fathoms l00 feet and below that It may Ihs many hundred feet deeper To add Interest to lite voyage on tho twentieth day out a violent storm sweeps the sett and the Atlantic Ocean tries what it can do with tho Santa Maria tho Pintn and the Nina some of you know something of what 3 thoHeglect of centuries May the good Lonf allow that most illustrious sailor of all time to look over the ametbystlwi battlements long enough to seo some of the garland wreathed around his name and hear something of tho hemispheric snout mat shall greet his memory What most Impresses mo In all thnt wondrous life which for tho next twelve months wo will bo commemor-Â¬ ating by sermon and song and military parade and Worlds fair and congress of nations Is something 1 hnvo never heard stated and that Is that tho dis Â¬ covery of America was a religious dis- Â¬ covery and In tho name of Hod Colum Â¬ bus by iho study of the prophesies and by what achartah and M leak and Da- Â¬ vid and Isaiah had said about the ends of tho earth wns persuaded to iro out and find tho omln of the earth ami ho felt himself called by Hod tocarry Christianity to tho Vndsof the earth Then thu administration of the Lust Supper before they loft tho tiulf of Cadi and tho evening prayers during the voyage and tho devout ascription as soon as they saw tho now world and the doxol ogles with which they lauded confirm mo In saying that the discovery of America was a religious discovery Atheism has no right here Inildellty has mt right here paganism has no right here And as lod Is not apt to fall In any of his undertakings at any rate I hao never heard of him having any- Â¬ thing to do with a failure America Is going to bo gosjKdlscd and from tho tiolden Onto of California to tho Narrows of New York bar lair and from the top of North America to tho foot of South America from llehting Straits to Capo Horn this is All going to W lmmauuels Lund the forms of trrcilglou and abomination that have rursed other parts of tho world will laud hero yon they have already landed and they will wrangle for the possession of this hemisphere and they will make grvnt headway and fel Ihuutsrlves almost established Hut liod will not forget tho prophecies which encourages Columbus about the cuds of the earth seeing the salvation of Hod nor tho Christian anthem which Columbus led on tlo morning of the 1 Hh of October 1IUJ on the const of San Salvador Like that Hock of laud birds which mot the Santa Maria and the Pluto and tho Nina faroutatsen Indica ting to tho commander of that fleet that they wen approaching some country so a whole flock of promises and hopes gohlsu winged and songful litis morning alight arottml us reassur ing us that wo aro approaching Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ C and ngal engirdle the earth or the showers of BKrrsrera that snow the world mulct When Manhattan island was sold to the Dutch for t U neither they who sold or bought could havo foreseen Now York the commercial metropolis of America that now stands on It Can a man who preaches a sermon or a woman who distributes tract or a teacher who Instructs a class or a passer by who titters encour Â¬ aging words realise the Infinitudes of useful result Tho teacher at Harrow school who tolled with William Jones the most stupid boy In school nnd at the foot of his class did not know that ho was fitting for his work tho great Â¬ est Oriental scholar of modem times his statue now in St Pauls cathedral Loudon Kvcry movo you make for Hod however Insignificant In your own eyes or In thti eye of others touches worlds larger than tho one Columbus Why talk about unimport- Â¬ discovered ant things Thero are no unlmortanl things Infidelity is mado up of inllttl testnals On a clear night the smallest dowdrop holds a star Knelt one of you Is at thu center of a universe and all you say and do somehow vibrates to tho extreme of that universe In all direc Â¬ promise everlasting renown to thoso who will go forth with Christian and sympathetic words After tho battle of Copenhagen Nelson tho admiral 1 that his Invention there would be placed aide by atde would ajraln llbrarit PERSONAL AND LITKRARY tions mil phonso V snld whom tho sinrod It nid appearing One Friday morning at two oclock just long etuUigh after Thurs- Old navigators said to j oitng Colutn ttay to make ll sure that It was Friday Inns The republic and so give another blow at the worlds It cant bo done Al- f Icnoa said Idea of unlucky days on Frlduy mornIt cant be done cunt-tr-donos -- disgusting and disheartening Â¬ otutmttcc on maratlmo It It cant bo threatened with destruction that ho wrote a brief account of his discovery and put it in a cask and threw it overboard llmt the world might not loie the advantage of his adventures Honors awaited him on the beach but ho undertook a second voyage ttnd with It came all maligning and persecution Jioihsshlp that wharfedon Mt Ararat and denunciation nnd poverty lie was tccoitd the lhat of bulrushes in which called a laud grabber a liar a cheat a Specula- Â¬ Third the fraud a deceiver of nnllon Closes Honied the Nile Mayflower that put out from Plymouth tors robbed him of his good name anil now courtiers depreciated hlsdUcovericsund with the pilgrim fathers these three vessels that on this Friday there came to him ruined health and Wi are nuking imprisonment ami chains of which ho worninir Auirust said while ho turned thorn on his wrists on the ripples I tun soglnd It is Friday I will wear them as a memento of tho Jo that the prows of those three snips Amid keen gralitudu of tho princes 4lmll llrst of all run down thonupor voyage appreciation of tho worlds abuse and tltlim Hint things begun or itarted on Friday must necessarily cruelty and with body writhing In the of gout ho groaned out his Trove disastrous Khowine any Monday torture In manus tun Domino last words or Tuesday or Wednesday or Thursday Into thy accomplished eommeiido splrltum meuiii or Saturday thul ever started hand Oh Lord l commend my spirit uiuuch ns tlilsoxjtcdltiou that Of course ho hud regal obsMjules That on Krldtie With tho Idea that thoro will bo perils connected with the expe- Is tho way the world tries toalone for its dition the Sacrament of the Lords mean treatment of great benefactors Do not forget Many a man has had n tine ride to his supper Is administered that thin voyage was begun under re grave who during life had to walk all UrIoub auspice Thero is tho Santa tho way A big funeral and Instead of Harla only ninety feet longN with four bread they give him a stone that Is a tombstone Hut death that brings quiet ats and eight anchor Tho captain walking the deck Is f7 to tho body of others did not bring quiet years old his hair white for at H5 he to his First burled in tho church of Suven years afterward toft gray and his face is round hi none Santa Mario Twenty three taller removed to Seville aquiline and his stature a little removed to San than tho average I know from his do years afterward to removed Finally tled Rtep and tho tet of his Jaw that ho Domingo Four post mortem Journeys l n determined man That Is Capt Cuba 1 wish Neur by but from sepulcher to sepulcher Christopher Ctdumbus moved Just oneo far enough otT not to run into each his bones might W lhcr are the smaller ships the Plnlu more and now that they have como so might ul tho NMua about lurge enough and near to America as Cuba thoy during tho great Columbian year bo fo enough to cross tho Hudson river the Thames In weather Thero transported to our own shores where llfth cen two doctors In this licet of ships thoy belong and that In tho American tury after his decease tho nd a few landsmen tulveuturers who w ready ti risk their nocks In a wild continent might build a mausoleum picked this Jewel ot tcdltton Thoro nro enough pro worthy of him who of tho sea and set it out a hemisphere lMons foe a year geography CapU Columbus where nw you sail- - in tho crown of iho worlds I low Hut tho bright noonday sun of that lnjj forv no IIol icnnw I nt old sailors prosperity went down In ng boforo you will gel there thickest night nnd though hero and Wtsay All nshoro Hint are going In heard nnd thisn who wish to remain thoro a monument has been lifted city nnd thoro a fW to tho land Now tho anchors of tho iu tiinmorv nnd hero was thrco hhtps tiro lolng weighed nnd tho callmt after him tho continent he founding wiw named WUnca begin to mttlo and tho sails to tho means of filling com sfurl The wind tu detul enst and It aftor anothur name nnd no Imioii pro mcmornUon of Ids work has a not tuUu long get out to sea In his icw hours Iho ndenturer wish thoy imsod until nearly 400 years after Mfcy Iho luiov nA not started Tho ship begin to- body turned to dustnow being Hindu In joU ttnd pitch Oh It U such a delight- liiir dttuionstrntlou AUnntlt eonM 1 Kcnsation for lu ml man They be- - hi honor on the In bb honor mid yw illn to bother Capt Colu mUiu with bo mado next hrllUnnt ouoiibIi und ooutlnetst bo They WHttt to know what Sifstioami ChrbttMi otwugh Mt tiH of the wenthtfr Thay wmit soundim onoit It enough to ntono for M fe I 11 uuil maKuMcout Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hut tho father tiled leaving his widow a largo nutulnsrof sen charts and mnps and ns If to eoudemu tho slur that different ages put upon mothers-in-laof Columbus the mother-in-lagave him the navigators materials out of which he deciphered America After while the story of this poor but tun liltioii Columbus reaches the eitr of 0 to tty thteiti I sn bulla nnd fdtoptty him n decent suit of clothe so thnt he may be lit to appear before royalty Thq Interview in the palace was sue cvtful Money enough was borrowed to tit out thl expedition There they ire tho three ships In the Gulf of Cull a Spain If you ask me Which have the most famous boats I of the world would say first of Columbus cnntbe done Wife siibjcctwnssiibtnltledde Venetians cant be done nlfnlrs done A to w a iron from iho Tlnui Plntu signaled Land Ahead tho ships lay to and the boat were low- Â¬ ered and Capt Christopher Columbus tlrst stepped Upn the shore amid the song of birds and tho air a surge of redolence and took possession in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Ohost So the voyage that began with the Sacrament ending with gloria In eAeelsls deo From that dav onward you say there can bo nothing forColunv bus but honors rewards raphscKllus palaces and world w Me applause No no Ot his w ay back to Spain his shin wasoA reached by tho tempest and no I- ing October - HWJ gd Â¬ fr 1 jv nu w VtilUll I Ixvtrd for a crown Ho leaves a peo- Â¬ ple who look down upon hint 1mchuko for fishermen Cheer up my bravo of his color to become king of his peo- Â¬ follow and the sympathetic words ple who will look up to anil obey him cheered tho eutlro hospital Iloforo as a rulor of the Vey tribe in Africa you die you can out of your Sir Frederic Lelghtou president of own misfortunes ohenr a hundred the Koyul academy never works con- Â¬ soul and ntart unending echoes tinuously and exclusively upon ono You can no more appreciate tho far painting but has half n dooti or morn reaching rrattlt of your life than Co-- canvasses going Ho devotes himself lumbttn could seo this continent from awhile to otto and thou works on an- Â¬ Arctic to iutarctle I say this not to other and by degrees goes the rounds ntako you proud and arrogant but to This system ho finds moro refreshing make you tremble with your responsi- Â¬ mentally and In tho end moro pro-Â¬ bilities and put you ou guard as to what ductive you tlo and what you nay While study Â¬ ing the life of this Italian navigator I was The late Helen Hunt Jnekson whaono day riding through a wonderam also reminded of the fact that while ful park near Mnultou Cot gave It a wo aro diligently looking for one many do not know hns i name thing wo find another Columbus double which claim Charmed with a lovely started to find India but found garden In the park she asked tho vol- America Ho on and do your duty oreil Keeper nutl nis wire their name American diligently and prayerfully and If you period of tho glorious wo h Missus was tho answer A divine intluenco will do not find what yon looked for you evaugelijtttou Oh then nntticd Jupiter nutl Juno Saul was she cried quickly this Is tho Onrdcn yet sweep tho continent that will make will tlnd something better iitiittity drop like slacked lime and hunting for the strayed animals of his of the Hods make the titosl blatant Infidel declatv It fathers barn yard but met Samuel was only joking when It said the lllble the prophet who gave him a ctown of HUMOROUS Nearly all the great Inwits not true nnd the worst atheism dominion He belongs to tho Surely Does announce thul It always did Kdlcvo in ventions and discoveries wero made by the Hod of nations Let others call for men who at tho time wore looking for stnnrt set presume so lloa a Prof Morse gono to ftnil icqtticm and lend march I call for something else Ytinkeo Hlude tJcorgo Frederick Handols hallelujah Kuropc to perfect himself In chemistry Doynu tan Mr Out Conttnnoo chorus Thero has Ihmmi much talk of on returning happens to take tho west Mr Otttwest hnughtll- ylate about communication with other packet ship Sully from Havre and Kxettso me I am engaged In the lard while in conversation with a passenger Industry worlds N V Herald Mar has come so near wo can see Its learns of same experiments In France Miss Hoodie Count how do you canals and it has been hoped that by which suggest to him tho magnetic tele- know thatyour diamonds nro genuine signals after a while we may communi Â¬ graphy Hy so advances of xo Count ditto He went to Kttropo to learn tho wiscate with other stars Ah that will not be possible until our world has been dom of others and discovered the teleWhat Is yourlden In hav- Â¬ Heaver It would graph Hargreaves by tho upsetting of ing your collar ami cttfTs attached to reformed ami evangelised not do for our world in Its lost and a machine and the motion of Its wheels your shirt Melton So my laundry ruined state to have coniiuuntcatlon while upset discovered tho spinning man will tiring them Itnek with It It would spoil jenny so my friend go on faithfully Clothier and Furnisher with other worlds Hut wait until this and promptly with your work and If their morals -- Which Was Wiser Kind Fnlher world Is fully redeemed as It will be j on do not get the success yon seek and Cltlldrcn If the clock struck fourteen Â¬ nnd then perhaps Interstellar corre your plans upset you will get some time would It bo Logical Louise spondence may be opened Till then thing Just as good and perhaps butter what Clever Chnrlio Two ooltHk papa litis smitten and sickened world of Sail ahead on tho voyage of life keep n -- Time to get the olook fixed N Y ours must be quarantined from coming correct log look bravo tho tempest Herald too near thu tutfallen worlds Hut maku tho best uso of thu oast wind I say grandma can thank Hod tho prophecies which keep a sharp lookout and I warrant you you Youngster No my Oranuy bite hard cheered Columbus In his great under in the name of tho Hod of Columbus Uty have lost nearly all my teeth taking cheor us America for Hod Yea that If you do not find just what you the round world for lod Thero can in want of an earthly nature you will Und Youngster for Indeed Then itlensusavn me will you Illnken no doubt about ll That great Italian Heaven and that will lx bolter What these nuts dor Hole navigator also Impresses mo with tho was worn out India crouching under a lolison What did Itnbsnit say Idea that when one does a good thing tropical suit compared with salubrious Ho snld ho Dobson Its ramifications and radiant and almost Illimitable about my play he can not appreciate moment of his death Columbus America and that Is all that this llltlo certainly felt ho had got tho worth of To the Any thing else Jobson never knew that ho had dbcovered world In which wo live can afford you his money O yes ho asked mo to thank Dobson America but thought thnt Cuba wns a compared with that supernal realm part of Asia He thought Iho Island lliv whoso foliage and whoso fruit and you for the complimentary ticket you pauiola wns the Ophirof Solomon He whoso riches and whoso imputation and sent In your editorial favoring Col thought he hail only opened a now way to whoso grandeurs nnd whoso worship Had he known what North and whoso Christ make up an auiucuco Junes for tho legislature you nay Col old Asia Isnt that putting It and South America were and are and thnt thu most rapturous vocabulary Jones Is no thief Perhaps so I wroUi rather strong that he had found a country ooo miles falls to utter In a big hurry Just change It to wn wide 10000 utiles long of 17000000 If you will look Into tho oldest book never knew him to steal anything miles and four limes as largo as square Furopo the happiness would have been of biography In th world you will find Atlanta Constitution Ono Thought Suggest Another too much for mortal man to endure that tho ttteu who have conquered tho He had no Idea that the tlmo would strongest temptations have not only Tom -- I must marry ono or tho other come when a nation of 00000000 jwoplo had the courage of their uouvlutlons of two girls csoh is charming ami rich on this side of tho sen would bo Jolnod but have had tho Indwelling power of and I nut madly in lovo with Itoth I L Cuyler have been at thu saute resort with them by nil the Intelligent nations on tho thai--- T sea for tho most part Jack Why for tho past month other side of the Whatever you aro from nat ire dont you flip a cent Tom Happy of a year reciting his wonderful deeds centuries to reveal tho result of keojt to It never desert your own lino thought er provided you havo n it tok N Vi Sun that one transatlantic voyage So it has of taluuU Ho what nature Intended cent He any you for nnd you will succeed I cant glyrt A u wiy money always Imvii Could Paul on that Juno tiny when thing else and you will ho leu ihousniit stout nhlr lxhilcd man like you ought Sidney to 1st earning a living worse thtin nothing ho wnsdtienpltuted have had any idea time Hut I havent ofwhutoiroot his letters and tho no Smith liny work sir Thats yourown fault count of hi life would hnvo on Chris The now Irish Viceroy Is n filial 111 venture to say Yon luck energy Could Martin Luther have tendom son His father was nn old roprobnto You dont I throw yourself Into yotti had any Idou of tho euhtws that would who wnsted time nnd money In col loot Â¬ work wouldnt like to Not Oh I wculdnt eh ring through the age from Iho bang of ing literary nnd nrtlstlo Indelicacies would you sir Pin n gravwllgger his hammer nailing tho Latin theses tho Why not These tho son of alien against a churolt door ut Wittenberg -- Dears Idle Dears -- First IJugllsU has committed to puritanical flames Could KU Whitney hnvo realised tho Wife Youre looking awfully knocked ooutlueul of wealth that would bo add Whats tho mutter do not at tip Florrlo Tendencies proved falso ed to the fcoulh by the Invention of his once stop They nro like tho vessel Second Kngllsh Wife weurly--Ol- v cotton glnV Could Joint Outtouborg which still mnvoH forward when tho my denr Ive Ikhui having a frightfultolling year nfturyiKtrnmklng type and propeller break All tho force of ly hard time of It lately Tho day be- Â¬ laboriously setting thorn sldo by side some movements Is In tho past Stuck fore yesterday I helped cook make a ami with nrwMM ehuugod now this way onberg custard yesterday I sowed ono of those t and now thaUnniUued by John Faust for tinsty big buttons on Itcgglea driving Thero Is no substitute for a genu- Â¬ coat und this morning It vamo off and money lotuiud and many of tho jHtoplo his I had to sow It ou itgului Second Kn- Â¬ trvliif to wheat lutteuberg out of pro ine free Asorone mnnhoo- - nnd wo fine rhlldhood in inVotilkm hti tolling bu until he Whal gllsh Wife sympathetically duwurlght wicked skaittel J wdy dooed what I known ns tho Mawirln sit hood can bo built on no other foundaHiblc here any idcra that ns a reault of tion Kuto Doutflaa Wlirtiu Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 hlut-Tld-HlU Â¬ went into njtospttal and halted at tho Wd of a wounded wtllor w ho had lost his arm anil said Well Jack what Is tho matter with youV and tho sailor replied Lost my right arm your honor nnd Nelson looked down at his own empty sleeve nnd said Well Jack you nnd I nro Unit spoiled Whlttlcr was held In fcljrk eateem ha Knglsnd and the pres comment cm Ma career aro all nwlofctstlc It Is reÂ¬ called that John Wright regartW htm nn tho greatest poet the United mate has ever produced Tho resenre price rf Tord Tenny Â¬ sons birthplace Is The nWm est price nitered at the reent auction was tlbJW ami being considered tot low tho manor was withdrawn from the market It Is thought that some rich American will yet purehaso it Hev Samuel Longfellow like Henry Wordsworth Longfellow his brother was a verse maker and once compllctl a collection of hymns for publication When ho asked a fellow parson to sug Â¬ gest a name for tho work the frleml thought it might bo called a Sam book Prof Charles Kllot Norton Is busily engaged In editing Mr Lowells letters for publication The poets corre Â¬ spondence wns characteristically frank witty and wise and It Is pleasant to know that It has been for tho moat part carefully preserved by those to whom It was addressed Hen John Perry of Portland Me Is one of tlt fowstirvlvlng congressmen of the nnto wnr period lie served two terms at Washington prior to LStll Ho Is well Informed gifted with nn excel- Â¬ lent memory and enjoys line health nnd hns a wonderful store of reminis Â¬ cences of the statesmen of thnt day ami generation tttm Allert Motnolu To Mnssnqunl a student at Central college Tennessee leaves thnt institution to mount a throne Ho ensts nsldo tho mortar Â¬ hrle-n-bra- o Â¬ Â¬ brend-nd-buU- ot IIU Vlliillta nvj L n r SrENCER COOPER IflfrlrT WSSN UkKALU wiH kwo Iiiivu iiiiothnr lotlrr from tonor but ih MrHWlofiho Editor he ninttT ndlfHs i Iw nuutu a crturv of ii a MrtlvolniMr-t-H-liu aa ii oaoulat d tocruiitonn S0 iffllVl iKtenr oiitftvory f MfWt Mr HoBg w uppond a stnmoiit an j10 prMiihnt ilret Iiiim talked with mib- - Senator Carlifdu about all th jhsiimh - to tho hoof which him IrOH a joct of uontrovoruy This clos of thu uumpiugii ami iiKkyti iiihiui- HAZEL GREEN KY miiimt nnv further vicu on u any im kiisii Cheapest uh The Best irittiiAV AUV -- U iono 1- Qi IUVUIIUIll tlllllivri nut nuiwi vm- u recant th mpapor attack tjjM juaj jo Wmlj for U0 j Now as our fnjmlH ami nPiioHition of wcritiirvof Mint CURRENT NEWgAHO COMMENT KnitbMtui It in not Patent Paint but the best Pni nt that can bo made nllOW tlltlt WO York flwSf frxul uimuil Wilt raid WlllTK PLAINS II Villll ill Hop- by an cxporiciuleil Practical Painter with the assistance of wiHh f lwmir U nr r M It is guaran in county von destroyed by tiro Death Under the Wheels the latest improved and powerful machinery f of Amount of lo on Saturday liint Lafe t cn crmk W Jlut tho met withHovormaio deathSalt Iiok teed to give satisfaction Will cover one half more space Saturday a horrible and insuraneo unknown Sent freight paid for good of thoniHilviH tho public and evening o driving a loaded than lead and oil mixed by hand He win o o wo hopo thoy will tlPtuHt wagon and wim placing the bra ken rOtie reliable dealer wanted in each per gallon Tub oHicial majority for Jiiiuom our papor Â¬ 21 1852 Sept Ho foil unwhen bin foot slipped Send for color cards etc to II Hazolrigg ovor Judgo Holt for In juhtlce to mynclf and Mr David der tho wagon ami the wheels pann Â¬ town judge of tho court of appoalu in llogj I make lhl utatcment Mywlf ed ovor bin neck breaking and Color Works LEXINGTON KY Lion oh com crunhing it canning instant death said to bo 750 Not no bad and C V Hlngo was nppohitctl a 3rSrKN0KU COOltilt Agent Hazel Jreen Kydti o Mt Sterling JaettM mittee to buy and kill a leef for a picnic e o Kentucky giiYo tho Dumocrutic at ltock whoul houe which whm to lie FLOYD DAY J TAVbOK DAY NLIOHTIV lMtllllVU rocont divided among Uioks who made up the majority of 10002 in thu the election which coiiHidoring that money Mr Hogg helK d make up CO nhl to AV money that bought the beef but r wo had tho now fanglod ballot to en- not bring him any as hht wife wan contond with wih not ho vory biulggeI n wailng on ck mHII Hl - rc9ft wiwBr pKrft rrzwv w Rr v fli diMliHtiful to tho ifi iMMilili IwwiiliM ImhiK public itiul dimi- - hjmi tluviliind dav imiriiii jr Mr rarjMM on Mon hours nit It Mr Ho vMlml him on totiMwo muHt declino tho Sunday and remained with him niHiiljiit Jiijiwticuliowuvrto a BTiiy iP lnvoliuul mid liMfriaiulsi wIlON tW Paint ny buy have 11 Fine iiibii i i ii i w IS THE BEST firW HHTrHMA lll-- am m r JV HrL n1i -- ii I it made isthe M i fr i lf0 Â¬ Paint and o e o 1 Tiikhk irf now in tho Htato troas ury tho noat Hum of f 850000 but bought the beef of him mid when around diwtrihuthig the In ef wc left 10 or 12 lbn Tmk lint of congroHHinon rocont ly with Mr Hogg wife uloctud fihowrt 222 Domocratrf 125 Any Htatement made contrary to this Hopublicaiirt and hovom IopuliHtH in false in regard to the beef above menTho DomocratH havo a majority of tioned AlKltiI HnciHHOw e o o IhoHulary grabborHof tho Kontueky loginlaturo will do what thoy can to with a bunch of cattle who represented We dimiiUHh tho amount in por diem to ui that bin name win GHIiert So wc went by bin bouw a we went to look for a beef to puroham and lxrrowed bin gun and cartridge ami iiltout two Jiiile from bi houee a man houwe V5 O o M- J T MI k Wliolcsivle nml Itrltdl Dcalern in If S jgif M3mmiiWW fL r Gensrai mercnanaise HAZEL UKEKN KV a rgest Stack and Lowest Prices i Â¬ of nnv bouse in Eastern Ken- tutky Live Stock Saw Logs Scbool Clainis and Country Pro duce taken in exchange tor goods or on notes and accounts Howdy do old man ninety and Khodo IhIiiikI may add two to thiH o e o OUR OKLAHOMA LETTER Kidokado Okia Nov 17 18i2 on Knrrou II KHALI Sunday declared oil The content It hiiH been Homo time Hi nee I Hut since we have learned lurttod ilvo montliH cont tho Carne- Â¬ wrote remilt of tho election can not 1 gie compaiVy about 1000000 the the refrain from writing you and let-Â¬ strikers half as much in wages and sn i know the joy with which JJ wMi 1H Hve ting you last but far from leant thirty the OomocratH received theiuwof V f1 I deaths their victory that they had won o over their onnonentH from counta o o Â¬ Tub Republican national cam ble in Greer county to president of paign committee in 250000 short the Pnited States When wo re- Â¬ newH that vVf Chairman Carter thinkn tho bent ceived the governor oflamen Hogg Texas G ro- Â¬ wan elected way to pay tho debt in to call upon ver Cleveland president of the Tin Â¬ Chiengo Mai How arey me lviy tho good men of tho party for ted States and David Hogg county I lotrt r it Ho nayn tho deficiency wan tho commissioner the lCldorado Demo- Â¬ KnthimlnHtio reeallt for prima rionns remilt of a failure to whack up by crat gathered at ICIdorado and had nt opira Isherh passing down alsl Democratic ju- Â¬ with linmensi basUeLr ami llorul dethoHO who had Hubncribod to tho one of the grandest was ever held in Greer vices bilees that fund Ilon after em now conduetr county The girls and boys played of Prima Dontmtin low tonn toyo llowert o vlll not take orulifhtra 0 and sung campaign songs while Conduutor Vy not In tiik exuberanco of our joy we tho older ones tired anvils lViina lnna florlrt sliarie a You know Mr Hogg was honor- Â¬ great ileal too nnieh for vun nights usu lat wook forgot to tell tho reader of ur paper why thoy had no paper ed by tho peoplo where he was born of the Mowers veil he hull em ugulu ze Well the Kontuckians next day Texan Sifting tho week boforo Tho rouHon why and raised in this country are proud of Mr alrtl fur mm Ctliiiolon wiih becaiiHO our pro wan broken Hogg Dave as he is commonly Young Hiethand My tleur vou re It hiiH boon repaired and we ahull called beat two good men for tho meuilter that note for thirty day that hencoforth give tho peoplo a better nomination of justico of tho neace your fnther gave you for a weddln papor than wo have in tho punt and and county commissioner each one present Wife Yes ilenr old father of them running for a separato of- Â¬ I Young forget liis Iciudnevt very simiii now it tho time to subrfcribo shauL Ho beat two men at the final fice Young lliishaud No I dont believe o o election each one of them running vou will HedropiK d in this morning Tub New York Herald uh will be for a single otlico People only and haiil he wanted to renew it for lxty elnewhere in our paper today havo to know Javo Hogg to honor ilayn more Harpers ISaznr Huun ricom to havo a Htraight tip that him it IIk NpimIimI Whoat looks nice Prospect for Mr Wood ware That young fellow our own diMtinguiHhed citizen Sen- Â¬ good crops you have In your olllce t the moKt eon ator John G CarliHle will be tho So I will close wishing Tiik Hkii eelted puppy I ever ran across Hoerotnry of Htato in Mr Cleveland Mr Jucensware Yes I lenow but ali and it editor success yoti must remeuilwr he If young yet ANNIK IM1HAM cabinet Kvory Kentuckian hope and his character Is not fully formed tho information in correct a they lie has never I teen tried by lire Who Was It Mr Wool ware Then youd better all delight to do him honor and wo Saturday night in Clark county llru htm Sood News all know that Mr Clovoland would Peter Amvx left home leaving his Thr Inur lilp of rii rk honor himnolf m making tluH ap Â¬ wife and three other ladies at homo Uriggs Hid you hear ultout Miss pointment About dark as one of the girls was Inthgrain She married a dry goods e dressing a chicken a man rushed clerk They met he wotd and won o o Aptkh paying out thousands ofint her knocking her down She her and so they were married Jrlggh Why when did thK all hap dollars to members who had never immodiatelv rang the bell when pen neighbors ran in and soon Hrlggs While she was waiting for inn iiiiii ik iiiii ii i iviiiii iiijiv i iinin- - four ltd tlltV won in it hutiso mmrill- - the change Clothier and Furnisher latum is now about to enact a law cd HUiToumhd bv soviMnl men whol ririiiii4iini j in e 11 tirnlnliit imr ititv nf flirt itnr ilimn f ii v iiiimiMiieuiei neiuiuuMiiiiuiiH Mrn Helder I see the man who has to any memnor not in atiomiancoi ny throwing stones pieces 01 iron iMen exeliange editor of the Dally Nlght whon thogonural iinnmnbly U in hok- - oto thrmdi tho windows grmtly for twenty yearn Is dead t imnnlw muU hip- - Mr Ileider My my Im sorry to riipn Thin in jiiHt what U umloil Ocensiomtlly tho hear that Now theyll put Mime young puiK Hit h and tho plaudtH of an opprossed J rnHl WIWiwlurliiMl About fellow In bin plaee and theyll be all will bo hoard throughout I0C tho uuiratulorH loft mid next --riutiug Newsthe old jokes over again pooplo iood tho Htato whonovoV tho law bocomorf morning tho familv diHtovoivtl that Tlllir for lli prnltiMPp alxatt fotirdoon chickons and o oporativo Wife John dear I wish partleularly iniHsing Only o oral turkoy won you would o o Ho had that morning eome with me to ohuruh ono of thoinon wiim ruon this Sqmk timo ago during our torn- on a dark nhirt I long coat ami light t VhythlHMilloltueregril IIIIKIIIIIMI porary abHonco a lottor writtou by HriM jmntHf m Woro bin hair hg my splrltuufwelfure Wife gently Meeaus e I overheard David Hogg contaimal hoiiio nccu jponiuudmir Ml Storling laotto you puttlnsr tip the hull htovo lust even I Napior which nation agaiimt S injf littsliurKl nulletln i uarnaio m iuo senaie woro of a docldodly purnoiial naturo liltrrrliMOKeAlilii KilKmiMiirnt IIuto ih a riiirprixo in suuv ior ImiIhIIm his rlnjf that Hng and a fow wookr ago Mr Xapior ro- Charlie bo tin local makoirt of cabinatri pave tne U very pretty hut It is too pliod J laving unknowingly per Â¬ oatisu thoy will havo to tako into mitted Mr Hogg to miiko eortaln uourtitloratiou a nmv uamo It ih dtfht AralKUaWell you mh your llnjrcr nrlilu are hoiuowuiit htouter asHortioiiH wt had in junUcu to Mr that of Htmator John VJCnpiur U ponnlt his roply Thin of Kuntuohyi and hu U likuly to IonHonhyh tewuhaV Ctivulur Tin Htriko at Homotoad wiih Seeing is Believing 91 1 1 1 And a good lamp must be simple when it is not simple it is llUWk not iood Simfile lieautiful Good these words mean much hut to sec The Rochester All metal will impress the truth more forcibly tough and seamless and made in three pieces only it is absolutely saram unbreakable Like Aladdins of old it is indeed a wonderful lamp for its mar- Â¬ velous light is purer and brighter than gas light softer than electric light and more cheerful than cither Look for Oil tittup Tmr RooiirTR Ifthc tnmptJrfllcr hmnt the cnnlm Rochester iil the style on wnut netut to tn for our new tllunirnteit catalogue your choice of over UUUU mitt we will M nil oii n lump unfcly liy etire varletlcii from the fuiictit jmjt State in iht Itotld HOCIIUSTim LA HI CO 42 JPark Place flew York City W At I Â¬ W The Rochester O THE TflCICS OF THK DAY1 Men nn tnlkliiK uhotit who nluill be the next Irni Idrnt Tiirifl Iteforiii c but the lutllen nre talkhik of the Flue Furniture autl hovr clitl they can buy it from Gtocu VvT- - obinoorx I Gfexaptosa 7- - -- I have JttKt tubled to my htock of Oeacnil Merehandlne the lursrat nail moil complete line of FuritltuVe ever hrnaht to thU country anil will innke irnoilf flflll ri lutt tiu tin Kit Ii nt ill Wl ttnttiutip nr I r tit mi SZii init uful get prieeK before buying eliuwhere OKO W HOHINSON Truly youri Wholesale Boots and Shoes LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY GREEN HUFFAKER Haki CO Onm ix Kv May 10 1802 To tho Trado of Eautorn Kontueky Contiguous to Hazol Oroen m Â¬ i vit iu Wc have this day completed arrangements with the above named firm and will handle their oods in larjie quail titles We especially invito an inspection by the iiieivhnntSi as we are prepared to duplicate any and alf prices quoted hi Louisville Cincinnati or Knowille Merchants can buy these gouris almost at their doors and save lare freight bills We are prepared at any and all times to furnish these goods in nnv and every quality size and price All we ask is trial Respectfully c JB T DAY CO Ky HI Represented by JIIEKX Hazel Jreen friltniB i i Profi Mor anil Iimlrueton Klidit oum h of Siinh a follow1 Afrj culture SeUiitUle lUologieal Civil liiief iivtiiik Miilmiilnil Ktifttiu vriiiKt elrrlM tan I IiukiIimI Normal School ountv apniiiutrei receivcil Irie of tuition lloanl I torlei - 00 per neck la private fuuiillcn Vi to tHl For eiitalotiiei apply t Twint-i-veX 1 1 OPENS SEPTEMBER 14 1892 JAB K PATTERSON Ph P Lexington I Ky HJIHjK 113 It 115 W WIIOII SMI IT SlJi K K RRFiR Third Street rW V UJ O - i 1 Ropresonted by M ifnf MJ ir n twir IWlANO-AnMtJLi F - CINCINNATI M BRINKLEV FIRST CLASS JOB PRINTING At thU iilltco in MHninil clnM ruten live iiHaeall uhen vua want priathifc save money Unnsitinvr Any ami everylHidy we have donv work for la the p I ri i TTAZEL if m ml GltiSEN HERALD Wolf MrKu ihcr uitrri In tliu i ii utin w i j u iiini in In mi M UV HtitiihHi ilmn brcr HrMIli H nml Ii krier Ielntfbii nail will i i ii iiiiii iiirrriiHiu loiiNille - I liiulti tub iiKhTMBwrjitlmmuli hlcii to MTuro AMVcntisiNu hatiis TIMNMHST Vilcrtieiuents inserted for I N Irl Nihwlll I 7 tn rtlnii nun t ueuis mi mmi ior enun miii fr ilitm t K Insertion in jnfAM TuxNsiKNT AovnitriNisu mist nt rM srAvoisu ivnti nviitTiHiMKsTh 7 j inch IS iiiftniliK vi oo 1 j I 1 jnolici 12 Vi a invito 1 Ii -- IS 7 inches I t - 11 Ilium -- i 0 ri laches Liberal rates on lurfijr ml vurtUoim n nude known on application ocal mil lees to lie ItitarrriiMl aiming reading matter 10 cents a line with it dis count of - per cent where they run a month or more Obituaries tributes of icspect etc te n lino Count six words to the line ami send We will write imiiiuy with the manuscript J Miles Little and family of Grassy ahituiirics anil publMi at 5 eenti a line creek Morgan county left on Tuesday Miirrluue anil death notcet not exeeeilln morning last for lied ford Iowa which ton Unco ftollciteil ami pnlillMieil Iltri irllniH rou Kkociau Aiviiitisim place they will make their future home To the people of Taylor county Iowa rlVAItlK litrAKTHUIY US IlKMAMl SIKVrrR fOOITK AdilrcM among whom they will cast their lot we Iii7fl lireen Ky jciu commend Mr Little and wife is Â¬ 1 o 1 miiv on ono broad low Mono nt the j licnd of mi uncommon largo grave the i n n t tr n iv v nun iu innL itniij ii ii mmke with mo unlit umlcnitiiiiilrat thtm I tlio lellera And I wild how enn lex- cent omc ono tj mifde me And ho wild the letter tiro the Initial of two Ken ttiofcy citizcni who wcr chum in poll Cure nil JYIHKABIvH by cnimlng the body tic And m I pnwd on I nan in n cp to absorb OXYUKN It Is a home treaturate place ninny who ucro not yet ment No shook no danger No medicine buried several of whom I knew and I or iloctur needed Wrltr to tin for circulars and testimonials from the bcil people all Maid to niynclf these lw the Peopled over thecuuntry pulpit orator parly1 folkn And I noticed that they were not entirely dead but lying in rown lll0M hB ktlUng nro abroad In on the ground and two men were carry 4th nut JollVrson street Louisville Ky u miH oul wc have received no stib-ing heavy timbcrn and piling on them tuiitlal evitliic in the way of npniicrihs lor backbone we can not Miiliitlitiitiiilo the And I mild to the angel that spake with me who are Uicmj two men carrying Df niiiilliuill timber and what doc thin mean And Latkr- - Sineo the above was put in he naid the two men are Kthan Spike and 1 mil now prepared to cut fit and make tyHj James Lacy and bis excellent wife IiIh Uncle Jonathan Qnickall and they dresnes ami other iriirnients In the latest have placed us under obligations for Kyle Sillsfiiotlmi Kiiiirantecil and prices are tearing down the old Republican reiuonahlc Also tench the art of cutting some line spareribs backbone ami sweet platform and piling it on theso folk to anil Ihtlnir by chart Henpectfiilly jMitaloes They are wholesouled people MILS V N DAY hold them till we get time to bury them and when they do anything they do It J tint then I heard a rumbling homo and I well Jim says he beleivcs in going the OMH3 HOUSE looked and nawl II Haney ptiHlitng the whole bog or none CAMPTON KY largcMt wheelbarrow I ever unw which J fr P w w cntlyhoUlfnro nnd brimstone Campion y Mwfi p nt tlio I rest Vlorluti idmridi Sn wmiv uuuii rIcen were hold night and inuriilnu uiilll nftor iiiortilntf norvlcc MinUy mid me ineoiiiig witrt limn uceun in the M K church the change being made on nc- Clllllt if n ilnlWHvt Km it Tl t i t UiU wrllliig nnl B tllC CCrV CCS Wl fell nronf tin mhmHi cnrtlily fmlut onler are wild to he very entertaining Mr Cock roll Ih quito n V -- cv0ift1 Miitlnnt AihImi Jwtotatf - w tfa Mftt- - wa W waa ipia ipi PBOT I4MNH I m M lt 1 rlSiiSto Dubois KQSE It Y Arc milv firm In the towri wVtubJ die the Mly ccJcbrated ia t tl 1lt lV vv iiiii liiriif w X A i WiUllUb iter jll il 1 flMFR inf iiialiii TT Knit- - Boots nnd romiaMOUTii Shoes t - mitUlx 1 ln Irow lh wholesale huus of Â¬ w 0 P Tracy Co oiuo -- i webb rWlien you want tho HKtJT footwear give them a cult Hit4ty a IDNC1FEL1ER FasOWle essipi J M ROBINSON Importer and Jobbers of CO NOTIONS DRY GOODS AND Nos 037 030 and Sl- l- C r Wcst Mnln Street LOUISVILLE KY every way worthy their confidence and I Jy the way what bus become of the respect and we wish for them in their frame syndicate established here new home a pleasant and profitable resiquilting dence about a year ago Dr Â¬ J A Tau bee on Saturday 1 per- Â¬ formed an operation on Haney Nickell of Bourbon county for bare lip Dr J A from a trip sec about Tau bee returned last week north wjicrc he has been to turning the rascals out I There never wax a better time to tako Tin HiitAU than right now Ilringor end us a dollar and try It for a year From citizens who passed through here on Tuesday It was learned that the Denim rut of Magollin had a rousing big ratification meeting at Halycrsvillu on Monday Several beeves were killed and cooked and a barbecue held which very much resembled a Democratic love feast The Democrats of Magoffin are in tlio minority but they are the genuine article Â¬ I The ladies of the Christian church Several applications for the postotlice at this place have so far been filed and will give a lunch basket entertainment several more will follow Among the at the academy building this Thursday evening which will be quite a novelty applicants urn two ladies As we understand it there is to be no Clarence Turner of this city will be charge at the door but each gentleman married to Mis Josephine Lagrange of present will buy u basket containing a Paris Ills Nov 2Jth and will return lunch and the name of some lady with Mt Sterling whom he will divide his lunch be she no the hunt wan hint iiere after December Kith Mrn Julia McCJuiro of Whito Oak Is Advocate old or young maid or matron visiting in town Mr Itishup of Pike county who pur Ami Murphy has moved to town John H Pieratt the auctioneer returnchased the Miles Little propcrtyon Grassy ed Tuesday from Mt Sterling and lie Nov 21 HiimT creek took possession this week and nays the market at that placo on Monday LEE COUNTY has started three of his children to the was decidedly blue Ho sold several St Ilrlrn Staying public school in that neighborhood horses but at low figures nud the price Old Undo Hen McGuire aged 81 years W T Kiilore writing us from Jonah for both horses and mules ruled low living about 2J miles from town walked Texas Nov 10th says Encloed please He could not tell us anything about the over to town lastThursday nnd spent the find one dollar for Tin Hkhald for Al- cattle market but said there was appar day with his daughter Mrs Dcmia Live Heat ently a supply fullv equsl to the demand lace lan Spencer Georgetown Texas He walked homo the same even wishes for you and success for Tun ing He enjoys the best of health for The worshipful master of Mizpnh I KHALI lodge requests us to say that it is his one of his age Services were held at the Presbyterian Three wagons left on Wednesday order tbnl all members of said lodge be church last Sunday Rev Akx Henry morning for Roth well station to haul here on the first Saturday in December interesting discourse furniture for the academy home and that as there will be business of importance delivered quite an 7th chap and 10th verse institution will soon be prepared to to attend to Members will therefore from 2nd Cor For godly sorrow worketh repentance accommodate all who may attend cliool govern themselves accordingly etc at Ilarel Green acHilemy WOLFE COUNTY Mrs Halllo Chambers widownf Hamp John Wlreman father of our fellow ton Uliamoers returned to nor Wisconsin Mltlwutrr sparWlr citizen C C Wireman died nt the re i home last week after several weeks visit Hro SavMire nreaehed un interestim I dence of the latter on Tuesday night sermon at New Hohj church Sunday among relatives ami menus Mr Wireman was one of the oldest and evening There was an oyster supper given at Text 1st Cor LIO Hu will respected citizens of our country preach hero the Jlrd Sunday evening of the New Spring church last Saturday most and leaves a host of relations and friends each mouth night Quite a crowd from this place attended to mourn bis death Now the election is over wc may ex 0 J F Allen and Judgo Richards of The attention of our readers is directed pect an outburst of octry from Hlurt Iuiisvillc were In our midst last week to the law card of A Floyd Hyrd of Corn shuckings are very popular a on a bird hunting expedition is mong the farmers In this ncighWhood iJampton which appears with this T Snowdcn visited Mr ami Mrs sue of our paper Mr Hyrd Is ono of the DiedOn the 1Jth infant child of Jackson last week best equipped lawyers in the mountains George Stampers A J Chambers has gone to Cluclnnatl and nil who have business in the courts PrtMfaxin on busines Nov 22 would do well to see him W McGuire is working ou tho W MORGAN COUNTY H railroad The new hall for Mipuh lodge No etcher Snowdeu is at Ixmlsvllle on o7 F k A M- - Is nlwut ready for occu tRl Rrc lorn of a K business pancy nnd all are united in praise of limniIMiaVM ana Mibiect to Loiikna Nov 20 Uncle Joo Clark for his promptness in forl 1HUI building as well as for the excellent job j Tniy tt0UH Im- - n OVn IIVIM1 ho has The Masons will -- will a shudowuud V continue not I lie nepuo i A Campion Ky occupy the new hall and be safely boused run tuiriv uietli ami wasicin nnny W for the winter ATTORN KY-AT-ami where is Yea it lofth Its Holt They title furnlired collee- a 4rUntraets of It lietli uuu anil riseth not Jack fcpicer writing from KILntuwnli awake nor Ik raised out ol J fonfirctel lth the luUrmofWoo AIay ii Hrcnthltt county r qnests that Tin shall not t hlhv MlSerllnK Ky In civil prutler Iowa sleep till the heavens bo no more IKKAM be sent him to Hedford words the political which place he will make hUfutun home thinking on iIivm n me nnu I L A 3 lc Jack Splccris one of the U st colored spirit got eemeury i gTAMIKll ArrouNAAr MU the great poitica citizens in this section and tho rv o Miin w In his new home will liml him lionet and which were all khus number of them were tho let- - Will practice In the emirt a ii stami kii irreat upright in IIk dealings f WoIIchimI p v1 a voice said unto eoiinllc Allthe uIJoIk w wmuuuk lew li n 1 bindm entrusted itiourrarr ntteiitlou I wen Knowest thou tlie meaning 01 ticse wn mjvi Hev Mr fockrcll me who has I thought for a moment nrenchiiiL in town for hoiuu lime is airlcttersf Then I said -MOS DAVIS Wiwt LniKitrv Kv own uoulii to Mrs Hello lodsev Ami ami tiled to be very solemn and - of 1 ara- with they stand for finestthis reminds us that our notice published MrhH he that spake wllunc sal CO Then BROS elsewhere is not in strict accordance disc with hornet 1m does not preach In a terrible voice as rifttKlnaT I nf me miliUlQUIUIOId Ul nuvthlng of the sort The bot way toUald -- peak thou ml explain them to irrviiiwt Jetting NCINNATL tyMU rfr find out what ho does preach is to attend and IOMld the hitlers stand for j tbomeetlnga Our Part and I abl lnrH Umin which Mw mi tf liiifiIiioit has prevented u- - from doing c said In the lake Unit burnetii Â¬ Â¬ loaded with tombstones and became S 3 COM HS PuoiJtiKTOit near and unloaded them and on each The pntronnj e of tho trnvtdlnu puhllo Is atone were the letter i P and the respectfully solicited Tnhlc the hest and angel en id to me what doci theco letter every attention to the comfort of guests stand for Then 1 S Nickel who lay near by raicd hU head up and aid to me tell him the letters stand for Pure Hut I remembered how I had Politic only a few minute before acted the hyp ocrite about those Republican letter and concluded now to glvo my honest opinion and I said ctircly tlio letter And the Htand for Party Purging angel Huld blcwd art thou Democratic Illurt IchIi nud blood hath revealed this Then Nlckell onto thee by observation made an effort to get up wherupon Ethan Spike took Undo Martin Davt Flcm Nickell and William AdnmH who were all about dead and piled them on him Then no that John Smith wn no more I wtid to the angel why hnt P II Ilancy Kthan ftpikcn and his Uncle Jonathan ItQswCldCtutkJTtirLCrTiplB A M Wbojlff Ooufb Bronthltli and AiUim been spared and he wild theM men talk b ruin curt for Comumirtlcn In firtt aura rIlr la vh Bl one cd ugly about tlio Democratic pirty in Vm wilt aulha aaitlttat tct flr UkUc ua tnt data Sold r dtaltrs ttrrwr Ln and now they are yondcrs world aattlia tO Mat aad 1109 working out their reward Dr J V Iockhart ban jimt returned CIIAS BUCHANAN lie naya he did bin from a turkey hunt the turkey failed to meet him part but wan DHILY HHGK llBTWfiKN LINE ROTHWELL AND HAZEL GREEN Si Hack leaves Hothucll every mornlm Kttndav excepted at 8 20 nnd arrives at Mturl lireen at MO r l Lesvcs Hmel Oreeu every morning Sunilnv excontod at t oclock arriving at UothwcII nt 240 I M and councctimt with the K A H A train for Mt Sterling There the K A HA con nects with train for Ixlugton Frankfort nud Louisville so parties can get to the nhove places the same day they leave Haxcl Â¬ FARE Each Way Orrcu 2 Lndie and children traveling without escort will be kindly cared lor We have old experienced drivers Yours respectfully TAUOlt it DcIUlHK jutotf 4t4 tct tr tablerspii c bugkeyeJi wannaa A OINTMENT CURES NOTJHNO BUT PILES known for IS KKMKDY FOR mrHisiHwxnne J- - Practical Boot 5 noemaRe r HAZEL GREEN KY yneclul attention to itepiiirln and satis faction Ktinrnnteed Shop nt old Cuinuini Uuu on tho hill near the Herald ofllce Â¬ tURI and fwnd CIRTAIH OURK the UtT yr PILKt xt c arucis TJR F LOOKHAHT Js J JwtfHBA HSEvHaBlaB H 5 Ji III r 4XTTTTT3 3CTXTP KKL KY II Â¬ S - IN C tj t a 3 a - a iJEALfiiiWlIlll wtllUa ssnimiiiiiii Jlt If jra xttal altdtat Ht llilltkl imiIJIIm MUffil t tfllt lUf 4hIM t I -- tVa i ttUSr a iIIImI flilf tlllitf u4 itn ttii a lh ittib tajr rfil IlttllM imhi I b i 1 HazelBnHei rjSm 1 m jmmmm irLlf y Am ua4 liIU a u n rf lblr IMtllllt Hhltt Hit Iff Ih tal iH IhiIimIUm t III Mk Hjt lUailr fcw I k lNfL III ifik V r -- ii at nHiUiartal hira a eta IH IlKltwaaat tu Mij I lhf rililak Im tr iiHt Â¬ Â¬ iiuiins 1JI1 - ll SKCONDTKKM of the clon of mm I IHIM f HNtl Ith 13 IickIiis MONDAY Nov tuatki ow la tliu tltnc in enter Mtlirkat h mt r I ni enroiimeiii i more winii iihj t awnti PfJflpHH aJ4rSflPrJ lata llaghl r per cent In excess of the enrollment at the mMfi latttal famLljjr J - --gVT Ut same time In uny previous icsiloii IMMt4tHata UfMnrt a Ittfa Thoroudi Inatructloii in all departments iMiatf oka ut Just the school in which to educate your ISfM IkMMMbMWMt iNbMW No lietter school In Kastern klMxit I all -- HlmUtl anfrykKHlHlM hoys a ud irl Mlw4 I e rucihH MayBa laum It dan 144iM Kentucky for Normal work 1 AafiMiM Mh Tulllnnatl0O flM rOO and iiO per Ouedinlf in Hdvance reiuuluder ut month middle of term CC R1RYTQWM Instrumental music fifty cents per lesson Vocal iiiiiiic twenty five cents per lesaou Payable monthly run n I ii if conitanlly anil doing the best o Hoard at the Home 200 per week payn It work nt the lowest prices hie weekly Kpecial HceowBiodatloiu for customers VM II COKD Principal from a distance Ky Ilnel Jrcrn Without detriment to our home trade wmw mAssMBr mr w marj aallt Mi MIttAwWwfyK rtwral at4lall N4kl al- - tklft lt if klftr Afli NtM II tk TE PILL No Bids Offtnd for Bid RoHs I LA SIGHTjKiyWCCll And ull mIio uoiild retain it should consult If I rllt We do not make them and have no demand for them in our tmde THE MAYTOWN MILL CO III OTIS W SNYDER iikmki IX Jel7tf W W MANKEIt Manager Dt BmsImss With a Htsii iMtittetlM uami j SPEOTAOLES DIAMONDS THE CLAY OITY JEWELRY WATCHES Nonni National banK CLAY CITY KY i J i unn9urmrt - BJJHAN i - No HiiHk in Kastern KcnlHeky ww Wettwr vaults nor hotter facilities ftr k plHKMr LEXINOTON KY account MuHxeil entirely by tiiMe people wm know you and who atv always rtMdy to tV Thc beat oculM In the Htute is with accommodate vimIohh on rbAaonsble rates M on ry to this house nnd prices on everythlliif the Cull on h Call on him when In betliifcMoii hmrst ri PKit HrHKirr FIOYD DAY President Wltal FHANK II IttUMKLL Cwhlcr rr000a jur yyfrry efSiiW1 m Hazel4 Green Herald MMUfCKR COOVZK PaMtelMr 1 KAXBLGRlKtti THAT GIRL Wfcea I T t XY USED TO KN9W and greoc To the tlrno when I wan r stray with willing feet young la a reverie wreae Am Bilghtyta conceit Thcro coiacs to me a memory Of the tlayn of long ago And the pretty nuu brovrncil face I ace Of that girl I used to know Wo f went together moont and moons Together we rcxla and strolled Together wo npent our at ternooni And romanced In moonlight cold Till all the town had net It down On the cards at a certain go Uetwccn myaoli and that maiden brown That girl I used to know There arc surprUen In the yoar That girl ami opart Forgot each other without tears Or damago of the heart J mot her once the other day My daughter sir With another girl In tow I heard her say That girl I used to know 1 And no wonder an I aco pleasant yesterdays If yet It may not como to be I ifinwefl uncertain ways That I may learn to tall in lore An In the long ago Duttthld time with the daughter of c That girl 1 used to know ThoNO Chicago News KeconL X IGYLA KILLS SIIARKS with Hia Knifo A Sandwich Islandora Doxtority lie Leaps Wlimt Over DnnRrr anil Dlnpatclir Two Tiger of tli Deep the Ilylng Cloud Hall la the Captains Nun M GROUP of na- Â¬ tives bade them sharks beware of warning The was the recolloc- tion still vivid of the horrible denth of two of their comrades the day before by these rav in their minds prompted by sters cnous mon -- Cloud pulled out of the Otiatoniiilun A Stiff harbor for Portland Ore brcezo wafted them along Awny from their stern dropped the shores of the tropics The broad bosom of the glim- muring Pacific spread out to the en Â¬ circling horizons They passed u lono boat wliieh was going to thcmainland lrnm one of the islands A ship faint- Â¬ ly visible on the horizon moved in the hny air with all sails spread Every- Â¬ thing betokened aafo trip The second duyifollowlng th- - wind died out in 0d cahn Iri tho still ah the eulls lmg Idjy The tropic sun began in tlwentlS nvirnlng to beat down on tho Ioo Vessel and tutjt ap proaches th zenith its heatMttcahio Tho veils svcll tilgh Intolerable leck was so hot tlmfc cjeatho coojcBhad to sandal hitfifeet to endutLwalklagVjii ir the ships side having early PHeyery Tito cre thing in abate busied themsolVwfjvlth hooping cool as ppsslblo ft was like nn oven onj deck and it was hnrdjy lunch bcttertfin the forecastle below In the mlddlcof tlie afternoonlt was tllscpycrcd tjiat ot0 of tho ptunksjorj the port bownear tiW water line jjjbs badly warpdand the pitch oozing from the expanding seams had per ml Uil the valuing to bitge out It yfTtit a point whom the boat had1 atruckja flonting pleco of wreckage on the dewn trip one nlglik and the abrasion lTSU lxoh only teniporarlly repaired This CKtraordpary calm might bo tho precursor of a heavy gale and It vquld not be nafo to allow it to remain Â¬ passedon with n wnvngo imprecation on those terrors of the sea Next1 Irirriinff their ship the Flying The sailors repair Ho had nearly completed tho job Pushing himself oft from tho bow denly gave vent to an awful howl Ills legs had been dangling in tho water and a shark springing up had seized lkU UiwiJ wm Mapped it nft ut tho hitcc ftfoWhlsfialande and aliped out of his seat but managed still to llng to his rope which slid through his hand imtUjit renchethocind of the loop A couple of mUtes sprang to the runwnle but iwforo thoy got him half out of the water another shark mode n cup for hn Seizing him it tore him aVvny from his supjwrt asd pulled Mm down Tho Tho water was transparent linrWed sailors leaning over the rails cpijlu sriovfululy iheirfqornWfc fright- - to got a wider Tiow of his work ho sud- Â¬ hven If useless to attempt n rescue thoy had tho means to light and heat off tho monster thoy could noV Iiojhj to movo with tho sharks swift- Â¬ ness of descent A red Him camo like eddying mint tip from tho depths and spread out on tho surfuoo yet heaving wltli tln turmoil of tho awful struggle aind flecked hero and there with bul slckunmg qvl lAoij Qarnutlon huod gsisps oftholr mato xlduccs of tho lust ftiwlruggles lUttawaa 00 titan la the encounter Though Kala had aucceededin killing the other shark the men on board did not want him to take any more risks and they called out Come aboardl Hut Kala recalled the Ulo of their shipmates recent fate and how they the blue firmament pierced by the glit- Â¬ paddled swiftly toward Kala As Kala merged from the depths he grieved over his loss Ho remembered tering points of uuuiberlcss stirs brooded over tho vessel and stirred In shot up half way out of the water his too a dear brother of his who had been the hearts of the silent sailors super- Â¬ glance Instantly riveted 011 the advanc Â¬ seized unexpectedly by one of these ing shark monsters and drawn remorselessly stitious premonitions Even there nt tho lie would Intercept him He would Into the depths Tho following day they were able to give him a meal of himself and so hin- Â¬ boats rail ho saw the sunnyhulrcd Sighting a ship make some progress Thus ho would af- Â¬ boy who had excited in his heart a A dead calm der his progress they slowly approached ford tlmo for tho sailors to rescue the mighty love whose beautiful life had Hailing the new vessel the fell again captain after awhile lowered a boat boy so tho crew thought when they been frightfully Imperiled only a Returning he saw him jump from the other end of moment before and paid it a visit Tho mighty mans bosom heaved brought two Kanakas natives of the tho vessel towurd tho approaching monster One snap of these enormous and his raven eyes dilated as he gazed Sanihvlch islands aboard They wished to visit Portland und were jaws would cut him In two Another on the approaching tiger of tho sea Â¬ glad toignt this opportunity of going snap would crunch the remainder of He spoke a few brief words to his com straight Ihereitiste d of cruising in tho his body Surely there was no hope rades His great form rose for an other ship stilt turtuer south prolong Â¬ for htm Hut Kala evidently was not Instant erect He glanced toward the alarmed All alert was he He seemed ship He called out in thrilling tones ing their trip more than a month Hill was the name Uemember Hill They brought aboard witli them one to Ik in his native element A couple of powerful strokes put him directly In of tho man seized by the shark three or their native canoes One of these Tho next Instant he men was a remarkably line looking lino of the advance of his ferocious an Â¬ days before fellow Considerably above the middle tagonist Swiftly the man cater glided slid with scarcely a splash Into the height he had broad shoulders a deep nearer ltnmcnse In his proportions gleaming brine chest und arms with great bunches of All on bonrd shuddered with horror at There was a ripple at a distance He muscle on them lie was lithe and the impending doom of the brave I appeared on the surface Tho shark saw mm agile In his movements A bright gen- Â¬ Kanaka ll snoi lownm mm Hut just as the monster turned on thousand sparkles glanced in the sunial expression always played on his face lie soon been mo popular on the his back and opened his terrible montli shine as Kala curved downward out oi ooau t orcczc swcnco me sails soon to crunch him Kala veered quick as sight The shark turned over as it afterward and the ship began again to a Hash from the line and as the mo- darted along and the sailors saw u mentum of the shnrk carried him on great red gash In its breast from slowly glide on Its way HI which the blood fairly spouted Hut at the close of the day the wind the brine into milk huge tall churned died away again into a stirless hush it and then he sank was not quito so hot as it had been Over in clear water Kala rose to the There was more nnimatlou on tho All on board held their surface decks that night Kala tho larger of breath lest they distract Kalas atthe Kanakas regaled tho crew with tention Hound he spun ugaiu to see several songs which were lustily the point where the shark would rise rrj cheered This started one or two of the Jf He Yonder the shark appeared crew with old time bnllads and before This time his wily foe darted toward tho llrst watch was relieved quite a Kala remained on the surface Marveldifferent humor pervaded the ship than Like ous was his agility in the water had becnprevalcnt for the preceding the rise and fall of a sledgehuinmcr in blazing sun forty eight hours The the curve but like lightning in iti round and brassy appeared the next velocity Kala swung away from and morning revealing not the faintest sign back toward the montler plunging his of a favorable wind Tho flying long knife into its side bolow the head Cloud rocked lazily on the long glassy For as al und touching the spine swell which reach far into either quar- Â¬ ways to seize its prey the shark turned ter and came indolently swaying ou Infurion Us back as it approached ward Ps ated to the last degree it swung round Tho captains son a little boy and a Iustautaneously Kala had and round universal favorite had taken a boyish and darted out of harms way sunk liking to the powerful Kanaka which KAIA KIMS A SUA UK When the shark returned to the at llattrred the big fellow immensely Tho with a tremendous stroke ho plunged tack Kala missed the nicety of his usual two had been together a good deal that forenoon Knla explaining to the his long knife to the hilt in the mon reckoning lie seemed at the sharks boys curious eyes various strange de Â¬ sters belly drawing it with a long mercy His left arm got into the great vices common to tho Sandwich lateral stroke so that the intestines of mouth The jaws came down but the the shark protruded stick in the left hand was upright and I nglbh with islands Kala could talk The ilorco monster lashed his tail in prevented them closing Tho huge a slight brogue So they tho one a huge bronzc cnmplexioued ebon eyed terriUc agony and threw himself partly monster was getting sluggish from giant of tho sea the other a air put of the witter going Into frantic con- Â¬ want of blood Kalas peril had its ad Â¬ vantage which he instantly seized He cheeked bue eyed unn3 halred tortions then he dove out of sight Kala sank lieneath the surface but was closer to the shark than lie hud child of tho mountains got on famous ly together day went on in an instant he was up again and a been and quick as thought he plunged Auother without a breach The boy had been rod away spinning around as if on a his knifo into its very heart It was enough for one battle in the in the cabin taking an afternoon nap pivot sweeping the water with his keen eye for the llrst signs of his antagonist water He would now take a rest Ho Coming on deck he wandered to the rail and looked over Tho eddying from whatever quarter in which he slipped back into his canoe as the currants wliieh slowly pirouetted might rise A short distance away the monster stretched out dead on the sur Â¬ Setting sight of his face about the ships bow nntl swung shark reappeared A perfect salvo of cheers greeted him looked foe his powerful Unices fanned the wa Â¬ nbcMim caught his eyes Ho and kept resounding over the waters as and jumped up and down giving vent ter and lie came on slower than before he glided up and was received on dec to merry exclamations of delight as that his momentum might not carry Willi hearty thanks the captain met the bubbles nourished and the circles him again beyond the point of attack Kala fixed his eyes upon him and when him tears gleaming in his honest ej c swung held his boy in his arms A strange object caught his eye It ho got near became the aggressor as heeyed boy reached out his anus The blue and swerved close in to the ships side To Darting like a Hash to the reverse side eye embraced the powerful Kala who bore see better he clambered to tho top of he thrust his knife into the sharks it all meekly as a child the greetings Intho rail and looked over Xot finding so that it penetrated his brain affecting him to tears It at the tirt glauco ho stretched out a stantly again he plunged down out of The sailors hauled the lloatlng car llttlo further when an unusual swell sight The pain of tho monster was casses to the side of the ship and found of the oceun gave thew vessel 11 lurch acute It was a fatal thrust Mad The little fellow lost hls balance and dened and half blinded witli pain and the llrst shark to measure twenty four A rage tho shark lashed the sea for rods feet iu length and the second eighteen was precipitated into tlio waUsr cry of fear broke from his lips before into foam Hut Kahv was well out of feet The crew felt that the death of their he struck Instantly the watch in tho harms way mate had been avenged top gave the alarm main Rising to tho surface at a distance Tho morning brought a stiff blow Child overboard The captains boy ho looked at the enraged monster uho ov eftoardl made one final rush at him The huge When tho Flying Cloud not long after llimmliMclv following this the arn fellow turned ou his back as he came this dropped anchor in Portlands har- Â¬ pailtng cry nirig ont J tearing up his mouth yuwniug and us bor Kalas reception hi America made A shark A shark he passed Kala his jaws snapped to- him forget that he was far from home There was a rush to the boats side gether with a terrific report Kala lu a foreign land and among strangers Willie with his sun tinted hair and A sailor sprang over for the boy who again darting anlde repeated his stroke ocean tinted eyes insists that his stal Â¬ on the breast and slit him down a yard It was tho final struggle The shark wart friend with night tinted cheeks was dying With a tremendous sweep Is a greater man than the presidout of his tail which midway fell limp he Chicago Tribune wcut down and soon after rolled over All He tluarantrei to Do on the surface dead The cleverness of the waiters who Knlus comrade who all the time stand at the doors of the dining rooms held the canoe at the right distance to of the large hotels in charge of the give immediato help should another hats which are left outside by tho shark appeur now shot forward With guests Is very striking Some of them a light and gracoful movement which perform realy wonderful feats hardly disturbed its poise Kala was in memory in the way of identifying of the the cauoe hat of each person Although thev From the docks of the Flying Cloud often do not see the guest more came vociferous cheers in which none once and that for only the- - than joined more enthusiastically than the when ho pauses to loave his hat Instant behind Hrolden Hairedboy dripping all ojer him as he enters though ho was with tho sea brine Ho At a hotel on the Maluo coast is a would not permit himself to be taken darky who Is famous away from the gunwale after ho Trail guests for never making a among the mistake albeen reined Via must see Knla kill though sometimes the guests have tho shark All of the ships company tried to puzzle him by going in in viewed tho contest with a fearful sus Â¬ groups and by wearing hats which ho ANOTIIKU HIIA1IK SKI7ICD HIM pense Ho alone was perfectly sure has never seen Ono day one of tho bad already sunk reclamations of that Kala would conquer boarders talked with him about his Hut another shark appeared on the power und tho waiter said that ho terror bWkq f oni half i dozin lp us had thoy boheld several rods away ahUgo scene as Kalas canoe camo slowly to Â¬ ucquired it by long practice That dorsal fki shark approaching his ugly dorsal iln ward the vessel And do you never make mistakes which never projects above tho surface the gentleman inquired cutting the surface Tho cry tybhsed the powerful of tho sea without exciting In tho No suit 1 dont callate to muko no Kanaka from a doze Into which ho had brousts of all sailors who view it the mistakes was the answer fallen abaft tind bounding across tho unut implacable temper was seen cut Â¬ And do you give every man his own deck in great lenps lib called sharply ting the mirror gleam of the tea ahead hat to his c0inijue Jaldsi owu language Hloodthlrsty and remorseless to tho Oh sab returned tho waiter Only an instant lib stood ou tho rail la st degree tho shark Is the most terri- Â¬ taiut 110110 o my busnoss whoso the AlrUuce fdtnwod him tho position of ble object of tho mighty deei Few hat am 1 gibes to obcry man tho hat tho shark and fltat of tho boy A knlfo are tho old sailors who have not lost ho gibus to me Huston Courier gleamed In his tcch A short stick rlopdsor coincides in tho frigfitfnl I sharpened nt both ends was holt firm Â¬ jaws oMhiis64iipfiohnis mojicri No iindhurstand thot some rts On came tho iuarttny Is tho watchword of all sea thrlnomcr says hu saw folvo moons ly in tho left hand thou hi 4 ho war of oxtVinlJydjiuu on tho around luplthor bliuvk Vis Mrs Mo ho shark tribe Mtuius Theres nlvar any tollln where fict tho boy Mo got sharkl Hut tho terror of the sua Is so fierce IinUmiMriiiipo Is goln to show itself shouted to tho mou making ready to that- no hcuiuau wants to take any risks noact Washington Star lower u boat far beaeatk A dense gloom settled om Ills midnight eyes fairly blazed with the spirit of all the erew fury Far out from tho ships stern he The shh flaming red sank beneath leaped toward tho advancing shark the glassy aea which was dyed with His comrades had In less time than it its own sanguinary hue Nights cool takes to tell it lowered their canoe ing airs catae as a grateful relief to the fastened tho rope to a belaying pln suffocating intensity of the day Hut slid down cut the rope loose and AN INVASION OF ICE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M Â¬ history of Kngland has brought out In to very clear light some of the wonder- Â¬ ful scenes of tho glacial epoch Geolo- Â¬ gists long thought that thoro wore In dieations in the north of Kngland of two successive Invasions of tho Ico beÂ¬ tween which tho land had lecn de Â¬ pressed some lftOO or 2000 feet so that the sea flowed deep above It Hut later research has led G R Wright and other geologists to tho con- elusion that there was no such doprcs- ston of laud in Kngland mid that the marine shells found high on the hllU were carried there by the Ice as It ad- Â¬ vanced across the country in the great Ice age From Scandinavia huge glaciers ad- Â¬ vancing straight across the shallow North sea had reached Kngland at Flamborough Head Down from tho highlands of Scotland another resist- Â¬ less column of glaciers was advancing to join the first burying hills and val- Â¬ leys deep under the Ice Other glaciers pushed out 011 nil sides from the moun- Â¬ tains of northern Wales From southwestern Scotland and across the Irish sea came a still might- Â¬ ier stream of Ice That rich and beau Â¬ tiful country which so delights the eyes of the traveler to day and upon whose bosom rest so many prosperous towis and cities lay buried under a vast frozen sheet In the meantime all forms of life that loved the sun had retreated he font the oncoming ice while Arctic species camo to take their places and so it happened that the Irish sea was filled with the shells of different species of nnimals mingled together As the ice advanced it pushed many of these shells before it over the land and left them when It melted away as a token to future ages of the wonderful work it had done Pearsons Weekly MARRIAGE Tl Old Hag OUrlera from Hrnntllnavla Ijinit4iy on th llrltlah lite Recent Investigation of tho geological j ON HIGH SEAS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Intrtlrr of CiijitaliM tnrfnrmlntr tho Oorrmonv In Illegal The silly ninnies who run off to sea in tugboats to be married will somo day be brought to grief in a way they least expect was the remark made by a prominent lawyer who was discuss Â¬ ing with a friend the legality of such marringes ruder the laws of this state he said such marriages are not recognized as valid Unless the parties have a marriage license in due form and the ceremony performed by a regular preacher of the Gospel or by some civil magistrate authorized by the law to solemnize marriages the contract Is no good The people who live together after being married by the captain of a vessel are simply concubines and tho issues of such alliances are illegiti- Â¬ mate If either of tho parties were to could be convicted of bigamy An old sea captain was asked what ho thought about the matter He re Â¬ plied that while it has been a practice from time immemorial for captains to assume the right to marry couples at sea lie was fully convinced that no such authority had ever been conferred upon sea captains still less upon navi Â¬ gators of steam tugs and other coast Â¬ wise silling craft The question is be Â¬ ing agitated of passing a federal or state law imposing severe penalties upon masters of tugboats yachts and other vessels attempting to solemnize marry again in the regular way neither Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the marriage ceremony three leagues or more from shore San Francisco Call THE QUICKEST DEATH An Â¬ -- lUretrlc Current Io tlm Work In the Mrront Fraction of Tlinr In order to prove that an electric death must necessarily be instantane Â¬ ous consider two simple facts The speed of tho electric current approxi- Â¬ mately is about one hundred and eighty seven thousand miles per sec- Â¬ ond or in other words start a current at any given point and under the most favorable sensation travels only about two hundred feet per second Suppose then that the death dealing current were applied at the tips of the fingers while the muscular sensation responsive to tho shock traveled two feet the electric current would have moved at tho rate of nearly two thou Â¬ Â¬ clock ticks once tho current will have made seven and one half complete cir- Â¬ cuits of earth Think of that On the other hand it is now gener- Â¬ ally conceded that sensation muscular circumstances while the Â¬ - hundred times outstrip tho swiftness of the muscular sensation that the latter would never be recorded To die an electric death Is to bo hurled Into eternity oven more swiftly than tho twinkle of an eye Yankee Hhide It has been decided by tho French minister of public instruction to pre Â¬ serve as a museum Jeanne Dares home in Domreml and to illustrate in it her history It will contain models of the statues erected to her memory copies of paintings showing scenes hi her life and sketches of tho picture of herln the Pantheon It Looked KasyT Papa said Wil- Â¬ lie on his first day in tho mountains I Want a oh iiul Vm rant set cloud my boy Yos you can pap J Theres ono up on that mountain now J anil you can go up and tie u rope to i and loud it down oh awful easy i sand miles In other words there would bo no re- Â¬ turn of the muscular sensation for the death dealing current would so many uarpers loung People n - 3 t I WHY HE VOTED F0R DIX AT ITS HEIGHT k Brutal Solillera Aet a Gore Wa Iatnt and Its CoH4qacnrrc A party of gentlemen Rat In a rafo The GftrnlTal t St Louis a Glori- Â¬ sue evening discutslng politics ous Suooess aayi a Schenectady correspondent whenCapt Henry Wee of this city remarked that A Ctnwdnt Happy City he had been a democrat all hb life but Arrangementanltor Taking Cur IUabertt ef tk had once voted tho republican ticket with the onions noon tol Crrmtta KU Mllea ef Brilliantly ranting his ballot for Oen John A Dlx To keep cheese from molding coVcr Illumlnated rUree ta A Itoit It with a plceo of cotton or linen cloth when tho latter ran for rvercor la r Other Featlvlty AI- saturated with ittrong vinegar It will 1872 tractlon Dlx saved my life ho answered In keep b fresh n when first cut and no rcPy to an Inquiry rcgnrdlng his rea- Â¬ flics or Insect will touch it St Loutn Oct 0 This Is Fair During tho war I was a private Graham Grnvy Toast Moisten slices sons Thursday anrt It Is unfortunato for of well prepared zwieback with slight in the Twelfth Now York cavalry com tho city that the census can not bo ly salted boiling water nnd servo with mantled by Col Hnyncs In October taken to day for It would certainly re Â¬ a dressing made by thickening ono pint 1803 I obtained a thirty dnys furlough veal the presence in it of over a million of milk with ono nnd one fourth or ono and left for my homo In Otsego county people Tho street are thronged with and one half tablespoonfuls of Grnham The period of my leave of absence had slght sccrs and there aro over IWOOO expired when I reached West Troy on flour Good Health my way back to my regiment and as I jwoplo who have spent a happy day at Kggn for Lunch Hoil the eggs had tho fair The exposition also has been not hard When cold take off the rIioIU rested inmy furlough with me I wnsnr crowded all day and Gilmores Ono that town on the charge of tic Hundred the greatest band on enrth and divide tho eggs lengthwise In Ecruon nntl taken to Governors island has had to respond to encore halves Take out the yolks crumble and placed In after enconfinement core at each ol the four concerts In thu them Itr a bowl adding splt pepper mustard and a little melted butter eltyWhile there I saw considerable cru Â¬ great music hall exercised by officers In chnrgo of When all are well mixed fill up the The the prison and particularly in tho case ober --Imposition remains open until 0c - and any who have not seen It hollows of the whites with this mixture of a man tiamed Wilson a quartermas- Â¬ should arrange to attend at least onco and serve Itoston lludgct ters sergeant lie was This Is a very nice rice pudding striking the prisoners in the habit of before the great doors arc finally closed for the most for tho season This is tho ninth con- Take a quarter of u pound of rice nnd trivial onetihcs In fact for actions j ocutlvo annual season nil records for IkiII in n tttnt of milk until quite thick no way siionid have been con aunual expositions having been easily milieu If It should get too dry and home more sidered in offensive Ono day ho hit a broken and as the displays have been milk Heat a half pound of butter to a friend of mine a man cream add one by one the yolks of years and I resolved well advanced in getting better and better every year eight eggs n quarter of a pound of him if he ever gave me-- to get even with the combined attractions nre posichance Tho tively Tho irreslstiblo this fall sugar tho grated peel of half a lemon opportunity came the next day Tho music Is tho very Iwst that can the rice which must be eold and bread for the men add the whitesof thu eggs beaten barrel and each was placed in a large be provided regardless of expense man helped himself as to a stilt snow Hake in a buttered he came along In the line 1 picked up aud tho art gallery is one of tho mold and turn out on a cake plate one piece of bread but 1 put It back and Serve warm with a fruit wince X Y selected another I nbune Why didnt you kcop thut bread Oyster Pie Lineti deep piedish with growled the sergeant puiT paste dredge with Hour tpoun in HecnusuJ didnt like it I replied one pint of oysters season well with Well perhaps youll like this he bits of butter pepper and salt and cried drawing back his clinched fist to sprinkle tlmtr over Pour on some of strike mo 1 was too quick fot him nnd the oyster liquor and cover with i erust knocked him down A guard rushed have an opening In the center to allow up and plunged his bayonet Into my the steam to escape Another way side where I carry u scar to this day Line the pie dish half way up with As he attempted to repeat the dose I good pie urust llfrthedish with pieces wrenched his musket from him uimi d of stale bread Plaee a cover of paste It straight at his heart mid pulled the over this and bake nlmut twenty min Â¬ trigger The gun contained only a utes in a brisk oven Take oft the blank cartridge- - I was court martialed erust have ready some oysters pre and sentenced to be shot the following pared as for patties ill the pie with l riday During the interval from the them replace the erust and- servo at time of sentence I succeeded in cut Â¬ once Detroit Kree Press ting a hole through the door of my cell The Santa Maria Areh Chicken Salad Select a chicken by means of which I could escape to tho that will weigh about four pounds bay or at least take chances should no finest on the continent There nro also dress and joint wash and put in a ket relief come innumerable displays in which tho tle with plenty of eold water add a lit- Â¬ Hut my case had been presented by blending of color and the triumphs of tle Milt and uook until the bones will Col Lummls commanding Governors mechanical art are combined 11111 there slip out easily when cool take on all island to Gen Dlx who was In com are also lish electric carriage aud The expense of the skin and free the meat from the mand of the northern department of other departments bones cut with a sharp knife in bits the army and Thursday brecolved word running an exposition of this html Ik I was of course enormous but the attendance some only use the white meat but the that I was to have a rehearing salad is equally good to use both the subsequently ai quitted joined my teg Is so uniformly large that It Is only light and dark It hardly pays to use ment in the south and fought thro gh necessary to charge U cents for ad- Â¬ the wings and the pieces which have so the war while the man Wilson got four mission This trilling payment in- Â¬ little meat on nnd they can be saved months with a bal and chain attach- cludes all the departments as well as a for lunch Measure the meat and set ment Gen Dix asked the sergeant if Kcntnt the grontliilmoro concerts which it in tho ice box Clean and cut in the renorts were true retrurdlm bis are alone worth far more than the pieces about half inch long enough ktriK iriLo the nrisoners fie renlicd that cost of a ticket i The beauties of the street lllumlna- celery so you have the same quantity as T V have ben a soldier for tlons increase as the season wears on you have of the chicken of course only Sen Dix nnd I Tim Illustration is of the Santa Maria the white part of the celery is good several years f the scries of set pieces de Â¬ I ocdsiion to strike a man in The light green tips are nice to garnish never lm So Wilson got the foui signed to Illustrate the discovery of for the ta- Â¬ my command the salad with when ready ble N V Observer months and appurtenances and I got America and the great achievements of To the visitor it appears as Do you wonder that I Columbus my liberty though the Worlds fair were already ns IteTorni Norrsxarj Y Sun N Dn voted for tho general In progress and tho cheers which greet The main essentlnls to correct dress was the worlds discovery panorama every Il- Â¬ The first American newspaper the points which I kinsist upon every Over are thoughtful woman will admit as rea published in HUH and in lbUO the total lumination nightwind remarkable used lights ure number of periodicals published In the seventy live thou sonable They ure freedom at the the majority of them waist line freedom for tho legs In walk- United States and Canada was nearly effect Is best described electric nnd tho as dazzling issue of 18000 with a combined annual ing freedom for natural full respiraThu season is drawing to a elosu and 000000 tion and freedom for the arms so that nearly 3600 procrastination Is no longer permlssn that they can be lifted and swung ble All the railroads tiro making low He Seemed to He Mrs Oummey above the head with ease Then only a man who smug- - rates to tho city of SL Louis nnd can a woman poke stand and sit well Heros an account of inquiry should be pintle of the When the essentials are secured tho gled diamonds into this country hidden prompt station agent for details There Vhat do you nearest in the heel of his hoe rest may please tho fancy of each In Uuinmey I should say will be grand Illuminations on the dividual woman who may make it as think of that evening of tho Hlth and JOth nnd artistic or as near fashionable that he wua well heeled Detroit Kree visits should be arranged so as to take It Is Tress modes as tiio may desire There need be no fear in these nights impossible for a woman to stand from a girl lias knocked out as to finding accommodations at reaTut mltton thoroughly well while she wears more men than tho prlro lighter kovo sonable rules for the merchants havo perfect poise nnd cor- ever did Philadelphia Times a corset organized a hotel ami boarding bureau rect carriage can not be had without which will engage rooms or bourd for Teacher Now freedom at the waist line Thousands n Oiummah can give 1110 an exampleJohna visitors without charge aud guarautco ol voe if von of women sav now that they can not sentence Joluiuv Teu dollars or ton regular rates hold themselves up unless they have on Juya lilaekaud White W tumble all to a corset that they now said tho lady Suppose somathing for nothing Sour pieces understand that you It is partiy because they do nnd tho pnoplageinothing lor something only suppose lest gel were carrying 11 piece of steak from the not know how to sit and partly be Â¬ Ualvestoii News cause they have worn a corset so con kitchen aud by accident should lot It tho Hriiol said the eheatnutto bird robin slip from the plate to the floor what tinuously that the large muscles of the sidu Pin a llttlo wluitaroioul The girl body which were designed to support tho robin Tm a httlo should you do in such a case What aro you the waist have become demoralized burred t4io mud tho ehoslntiU Harpora looked the lady square In tho eyo for a Is It a private A good many people are exercised over Young People moment before asking Hoard- Â¬ fumily or ure there boarders to the origin of the the question as Tnr following uppoal from n rising nctor hn ers answered tho ludy Tick It up species whether or not we once went lately appeared In a ooutoniponiry Small parlH deud ami put back on the phitc m firmly re- Â¬ gagemoiiW wiuiUhI on all four lie that as It may outside unit prooostioin hnU y n bouuis mobs She was engaged plied the girl jnly n qutMion of iW until He 4illou unless the prevailing style of hhoiiU give some Children occasionally Mr- - Who winI Uiu gentleman you In womans dress is changed Mrs Annie dldn t catch his iiiiino very peculiar answers A little Texas t reduced to uiol Jenness MUier In Good Health Paul--- Oli wall It Uut any use or you to loy on being asked how many children try to llehihgiseu It to Uiu hulv who U his father nnd mother had replied I fabric fur Autumn Millinery biltins hi tmM ehuBU Inter Uceuiu am all the children they havo got An- Â¬ Felt cloth and velvet are the fabrics You ought to know other llttlo loy on being asked thesamo He KNnw Hettkii raost used in tho new bonnets Soft nnuot got somothlug fpr nothpliable felts with smooth surfnee pre- Â¬ that a man cant ehl bawled tho buncoed question replied Two girls nnd a boy IIo ing Texas Siftings what vail and can scarcely be distinguished victim Thaf Jlst exactly ho didtho fel- Tin tho boy In I against did so from ladys cloth thut will bo chosen ler that for toques and htiUi to match costumes dlanapolts Journal Plain velvets will bo very much wron Tun desirability of bonds depends on both ns trimming and as entire bon- Â¬ whothoryou hold thetn or thoy holdyou Pottstown Pa For net Changeable mirror velvet re- Â¬ ludlanupolU News I wasa sufferer from MIm Sear- sflecting several colors Is tho rich gar- Â¬ AH lsTnnr8Tiso 11KMY ncuralcria for ten years 011 gooiWhat prompted you toy-propose I thou g it niture for dress bonnets for afternoon Well tried nil kinds of reme- Â¬ Cliniloreceptions and for tho theater Kelt fornotllnglwould if 1 didnt N Vlrull Vears dies without relief and no one elao bonnet nre trimmed with pleco velvet T had civen up all hope I tried a of a contrasting color as bclgo felt Emily I think the wny young rnon and resorta 11 bottle of pink women carry on at tho muniiiermind denr with eminence purplo velvet and Novcr Olndys lib tan with emerald green Plnlded dlcraccf il nover lnipllcau5d ducago ST You woro felt bonnets nre mado of slender strips Nowe llecord ami it effected such On of felt braided to dmltatu fancy straw look llko mo jald wonderful relief that I Tiiby y in Oargovle bov tho child hla firstborn braids or olso thy oro interwoven auplnylng recommend it to all replied aUndcm Still basket pattern over tho whole bonnet good deal klm on that u Cjias Law Jk Bottl Hnrper Uazar I do7t tnltdc 1 would lJarpcr Uaiar couuU very simple nance In made by flrnt sweetening some cream then mixing with It thbjuicoof a lemon which will thlcUon tho erenm When peeling onions keep your hnntln nnd tho oniona under water and you need not weep or find your hands A I I J Â¬ Â¬ aÂ¬ - HOME HINTS AND HELP Ns ftafeetMtt An eminent German aneelullat on tkret ftndlitngUlaettneuyi A alight attack of croup la auMclcnl to tlo tho air inumtgca of a very yottUK child and death will timue lloxatas Certain from miftWuton Croup Cure hctp tS air fmwtitfc ojxn and suffocation front croup cannot take place Mecnta KoraalohyulfpromlnintdruRirlaU throughout the sUto A P JIoxmk linfTalo N Y uiauufuuturcr and aole proprietor Ir HWr If ftfMSVBI Thrte wMek eti tTKM iM yu trxhu a4 IKe eemmntrrf M H mrwrf pmr kaca WHRxnboyissnmrt there is nquastlon whether ho got it from her folkier hla peo- Â¬ ple AtchUou Globe Kt 1l 1 km Ua The Greatrat Itarr on Recent Is tho raco for popularity won by lloatet tora Stomach Hitters It took the lend CttheÂ¬ tart and distanced all competitor It erad icates InillgcMloii mnlnnnl cotuphdnta ail Eminent scientific authority In London ments of tho hltudcr ami khlnoya nervous nes neuralgia rheum ittatn lhyalalnna declares that the London fog is the chief commend tho public knuv It value tho cause of the health of that metropolis proa cinlnrani Grand aro its crctlcuUala The explanation Is that the fog Is largely granucr aim its success due to sulphur produced by burning soft IiAHors hata It la said will rage thin win coal that three hundred tons of sulphur tor und no will tho jvoojtlo who ait behind thorn Inter Ocean vapor arc thrown Into the air In a slngls day nnd that when the day Is damp aud When Nature Nccda nsMatanco It may bo best to rondor It muggy this vapor descends to the Ground promptly hut ono should remember to use nnd kills the gcrmsprodticed In refuse heap oven tho most perfect romcdtci only when nmlcd Tho liest and niont shnplonnd gen- and sewers Otherwise the eminent au- Â¬ tle remedy la the Syrup of Figs nmnufuc thority declares that London might under turcd by tho Cidlfurulu Pig Syrup Co present sanitary conditions become unin- Â¬ MkNt a wUo mnn has picked up n good habitable Certain It Is that the human Miggcation where noruo Tool dropped It system requires to be cleansed of the hu- Â¬ Galveston News mor produced by the refuse material that ltnv H P Ciison Sentlnnd Dak aayaj causes Indigestion and other maladies Twnbotllve of Halls Cuturrh Cure com- Â¬ pletely cured my littlu glrL Sold by Drug This Is best accomplished by the use of gists 75c t the Laxative Gum Drops These contain m MANouuVromaln tho part of your shirt nothing deleterious but nre entirely frco thai eouicN buck from the steam luuuilry from any poisonous substance whatever Puck They will cure any case of constipation no Ciiwk Cold and HroncldUs with Halos matter of how long standin g They come Honey of Hoiehomiil an I Tnr In packages the small boxes are ioc the Plkoft Toothuuhc I reps Curulnoucmtnuto large ones are 25c and they can be pur Â¬ Tin inry humdres a well a tho ihtuncl chased of any ilcaler thirl shrinks irom vahlug Iuok SYLVAN REMEDY CO Peoria Illinois HnncitAMs Pjmj cost only 2i cents a Iwx They are proverbially known throughout tho world to ho worth n guinea u hox The Benefit of Fog Â¬ Â¬ i Tun man who figure in an explosion beÂ¬ gins at tho bottom and wontv up presenting tlio en A Jrwi I rn movement gngauiout ring Jewelers Circular 3D ZSZ O XT 31 ARKANSAS r 27 Of TEXAS and Auuutt 3U Srtlrml lur IMUi VIA 1MB- Z2 0 TO w 1 IS-X 1ST S3 ERADICATES BLOOD POI- Â¬ SON AND DLOOD TAINT ROUTE COTTON BELT Urtt For tnrlhtr ittitlcuUt WO k Atrrit UlUUMIir ICt WU A SO HATCH S O Dill l Â¬ entirely cleansed my imtein of contagious blood 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Vrtlitbk Â¬ Will Biyr exrlsalTO ant to nTior drntrro anil cearrnl MnrchHNtii wher I hT lar boh it for aulo In nfiarouta ndJVrlto fur ciitiibiuiie Ifnot lootauo frcovoitr Ji Daiwlun direct la FariNrr W atntfnir uli alzo uuil ultlth vuntnl JlrcktHAiaM THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED M 11 GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in EVERY KITCHEN SAPOLIO HZS 9KBKJ r t- Cost and Guro - 10 fc k Cenauialva and wopl wboliaTtt troak bins or AMti ma tioul4 mm IUot Cwra fur Comamtillon It haa enr4 Ibnwaaairta It nat not Injur- fiiona It 11 nut bad in ak rxtaicoHKMtrrup lilt maOTarywIiert Bold aJUIaWaVHra A N K K JACOBS Oil SH BR MarklaaatUUrt TMaTra4a -- J WATERPROOF COAT ttttra44 IIUCU 1417 it ai In TnwFaT mrymm nnarrnM f ma W If th VrU A county Anthony lily colored was shot by David Lcdfnrd receiving wounds of rpyafeTiMiner Their gucat l an Intel- which he has since died The origin or tijff n tiflcr cut On Monday night be-- tho deed was an old family feud which ftVdcdtioM the cat hurried up the front grew out of a quarrel between sisters of entrant4 jif tho hcadquiirtors blinked tho men who during a dispute carved htf even and nftcr assuring hlnmclf that each other up in n terrible manner ho was in tho right placo and among Since then bad blood has existed and friend walked into tho reception room Lcdford and Blye meeting the old feud and bounded onto tho desk of Jimmy was renewed when Blyo rushed upon lcdford who drew his pistol and com- Oliver tho Bergcant nUirms MY Oliver petted the cat wild flo was meticed firing four shots taking effect in NEW AND MY COMfLtJUUN laotii tn Blyo fell to the it nianrot and ordered that he be given his adversarys body y It f1N J For headaches biliousness constipa My doctor Plr on tho boat the limine offered in tho way of ground mortally wounded while Lcd- tion dizziness sleeplessness the blues i tniilt frln Turbs ami U irvprva foruiSeUf edible Tho cat is now n feted guest at ford escaped and was still at large at latt scrofula the blood and all skin eruptions W It called tho hondquartcrx and Mr Oliver pro accounts Dr Fenucrs Blood and Liver Remedy AlldmcRltscltltntanllxpjwiknircIf poso to niako tho rem of his lifo luxuand Nerve Tonic never fails Warranted Aro your children subiect to croup MrdMne mc I he bwilrcU nnc ml Tto rious TIiIh Ih tho second Democratic If so you should never Imi without a hot- - P satisfy or money refunded Could 4ur Ii Vftmllr I liIOylliljliiw rtjrjrAMiirff mascot cat When Senator Gorman was tie of ChnmberlainsCouuhHemedv It this be afibrded if the Hemedy vasnt at the head of the national committee of is a certain cure for croup and has never certain For sale by Bosc Jones 1881 a cat walked into the Democratic been known to fail If given freely as Will Contest tho Election headquarters on tho evo of tho election tho croupy cough appears it will prevent W J McSween recently the Demo GOOD PAY and was regarded aa a iiiucot This cat the attack It is tho sole reliance with in the First Tennessee is now in tho possession of Senator Gor thousands of mothers who have croupy cratic candidate distr ict for congress against A A laylor member of his man and is an honored children and never disappoints thorn FOR GOOD was elected bv fraud household of pets in Maryland There is no danger in giving this Hemedy cliims the attcr mid jscoiiir to contest The election was in large and frequent doses as it contains If Nut Why Not not advertised in Cocke Carter or Unicoi For Ladies or Gentlemen All annual subscribers to cither the nothing injurious 60 cent bottles for counties all largely Republican The Saturday Hiaih or tho Chicauo Lrr sale bv Rose it Jones law requires that their votes be thrown arm W D Boycos big weeklies pub out This with other evidence to be pro According to results accomplished Murdor Ovora Cup of CofYoo lished at 113 lid and 117 Fifth avenue Ed Cunningham and tins Brinko two duced will no doubt lose Taylor his seat in ndditiou to n liberal commission of Chicago receivo certificates entitling railroad construction hands quarreled at in congress in securing suitn them to free assistance twenty per cent Walton on tho L and N over a cup of A lUitrnuttMtl ltcinrtly blt stopping places in Chicago during the coffee Briuke was helping the cook Megriniine the only permanent cure Also Worlds fair at whatever prico they and told Cunningham he could have no and neuralgia for all forms of headache desire to pay Aro you a subscriber to coffee until meal time Cunningham lay relieves the pain in from 16 to 20 min- GUESS PREMIUMS cither of these papers If not why not down in a cot and when Brinke passed utes For sale on positive guarantee at Many people wero victimized during FOR SUBSCRIBERS him he arose and cut him in the side just Tub Hkraid olllce or sent postpaid by dedication week with poor rooms at high below tho heart indicting a six inch mail on receipt of price 60 cents a box No Impossibilities or Uncertain- Â¬ prices and many more will bo in the wound of almost fatal character Brinke muni situation next year unless they re- had his wound dressed and was ties Every thing Fair Honor- Â¬ An Ohio Mans Dirty Doed then ceivo competent assistanco In the mutter J II Rhoads became angered at S P able Plain and Positive taken to tho Covington hospital Cun This is what tho W D Bnyeo Bureau ningham is said be a tough character Tininiiiie a few days ago over in tho to Sec programme in the of Worlds Fair Information will give and lives in Parkersburg W Va which edge of Lewis county becauso Tim mine you and without one cent of cost for the placo ho fled to avoid arrest for cutting rejoiced over tho resnlt of the election service Somo trust worthy person will and struck him over the head with a sea to kill be sent with each certificate holder to soned club causinga severe and probably tho rooms selected to see that they arc Cliiiiiihorliilnit Kycmul Skin Ointment Tinimine is a man of A certain euro for Chronic Sore Eyes fatal fracture of our Fourth Annual Contest among comfortably and pleasantly located The large family and a very inoffensive citisubscription prico for cither paper is JOO Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old zen Rhonds is a native of Ohio and Agcntd for largest club Chronic Sores Fever Sores Eczema Itch per year good his cscipo Au Agency for the WnnKiv S Prairie ScrateliesSoro Nipples and Piles made Defied By a Mounted Mob is cooling and soothing Hundreds of It Kthnn Allnu Ir Enquikkr is a profitable business It is Tho citizens of Grayson wero one day cases have been cured by it after all other Mr S B Woodard of Saratoga who best school in the world to prepare last wcok reminded of the war times treatment had failed It is put up in 26 wild Ethan Allen Jr to Mr V T the when nioro than 600 men entered the and 60 cent boxes For sale by Rose 27 one for a business contact with tho Withers several years ago says town and rode through tho principal Jones octJS years experience in using Quinns Oint- public a stepping stone to business streets followed by nearly an equal num- Â¬ ment has fully demonstrated that it is qualification and future prosperity Our Turn to Make States ber on foot The demonstration was the most reliablo remedy I know of The Democrats will not lose much time I recommend caused by tho railroad lax Collector We want good Agents to solicit for it to all horsemen For Peter Brown had levied upon somo land in admitting Utah Arizona and New sde by Rose Jones subscriptions The inducements are and advertised it for sale that day at the Mexico to the union of states This will Pure bred live stock is a leading educa- Â¬ extra good court house door and the citizens of tho strengthen tho Democrats in the senate With the tor Tho man who once begins breeding county had risen in n body to opjmso the to the extent of six members ENQUIRER COMPANY example set by the Republicans of letting becomes a student of animal life The OINOINTXATI O A committee waited upon Brown and in Idaho and Wyoming each of them result is a humane and intelligent man ho was induced to forego tho sale and with less population than Arizona New with a prosperous and progressive fain- resign his collectorship after which the Mexico and Utah tho Democrats will iiy citizens retired in an orderly manner to not hesitate to take advantage of their 11 PHILLIPS Lanes Medicine moves the bowels each their homes This settles the railroad opportunity to strengthen themselves WITH In order to he healthy this is nei day in Carter county as it will St Iuis Republic tax question essary bo impossible to find any one to accept M CO Mr W M Terry who has been in the There is nothing more unreasonable the collectorship jonnuns in drug huisincM at FJkton Ky for the than a man who thinks nothing right Hardware Agricultural Implements Tim llnot Ilnstcr Chamberlains except what he himself has done past twelve years says Dampen a piece of Hannel with Cham Cough Remedy gives better satisfaction OLIVKIt CIITLLKD PLOWS MALTA Happy and content fi a home with The Ro PLOWS OOOKS MILLS KVAP berlains Pain Balm and bind it on over than any other cough medicine I have vlth the lijjht of the morning OUATOUS tHAMPION KHAPEHS the seat of pain It is bettor than any over sold more is goou reason tor chester a lamp Rochester Lamp CoNewYork CataloRueswrltc AND MOWKKS STODDAKD AND plaster When the lungs aro sore sue this No other will cure a cold so quick AtMK HAUUOWS an application on tho chest and another ly no other is mi certain u preventive DOOKS AND SASH A SPECIALTY on the back between tho shouldof blades and cure for croup no other ollords so 110 and 112 Skcond SntriT will often prevent pneumonia There is much relief in cases of whooping cough IUONTON O nothing so good for a lamo back or a pain For sale by Rose Jones in tho side A sore throat can nearly H Wonthor Forocasts always bo cured in one night by applyFoster the Missouri weather prophet ing a flannel bandage dampened with Livery Feed and Sale Stable made the following forecast The cool ov Pain Balm 60 cent bottles for sale by wave will cross tho western mountains HAZEL GREEN KY Itose Jones about the Jlth the great central valleys Description The Indiana Farmers alliance has about tho JtJth and the eastern states XftMiouhli ami Sinuli Kiuami Nubile Horses adopted a resolution demanding the alni about the l8ih This cool wave will for liire Patties convoy Uefore lltiou of tho frcu pass system m t ii an el to any point on lensoii bring heavy frosts reaching far down yj alile terms adopting any measure of that kind our Into the cotton belts Snows niav be lloosior brethorn should consult tho Ken expected in tho northern tales on the1 VtU CATALOUlFA Til will also ntteml to all calls for atic Wt iMlI VII PI J I 1 11 tioneerinjr ami solicit luisincsx of tli kind tucky officials Some information could front of this cold M us it moves east- PltOCiHAMS Itespcctlullv c be obtained that would prove of service ward PAMPI1LFTS JOHN II IMKHATT VO KWKlOPIvS Kentucky has a law of that character Steam navigation was once looked up but from the talk in tho early days of tho on with doubt So was the power of Dr NX n DAY HOUSEllArl iUKKN IvY OTlHKADS present legislature there aro a good Keuiiors otigli Money to relieve any imi iiFAi Mlts IOP DAY Itoprictrcss many loop holes that need to bo corrected This Iioiim Inis liccn reeentlv rcliitcil nntl eougli in one luur until thousand of X 0 srATKMKNiy Danville retniniliediiml llie tullv is ntnll times siin to niako tho statute effective TO SAlK MILLS Kipially trials ilumonsiraled tho fact plieil with the list in the market Hates IXHUIKHS Advocate roasonnlile CJiyes enerjry ami giMid for hores Sample room titlaelied anil spc VO tAKDS i lit rates o coimiicrcinl ini n lntr Alexanders army knew no defeat The stivngth Money refunded if satisfaction respeelfnlU solicited nv Korsah by Hose Jones siituo is trtio of Dr Fenncrs Golden Re not given v r It is warranted to relievo tooth lief rim Kxecuted with neatness and tlis Itrothron of Iowa complain about high i i i i LOU A ache headache neuralgia or any other dues with au accumulation of KJtlU 1anii ami in iiii nii orires Also bruises Vyi coiiMtent with goml material pain in 2 to 8 minute i or only enough to pay expends for two wuoi in i i its i ami fint ela workmanship wounds wire cuts swellings bites bums In aliforuia tlie accumulation years summer complaints colic also in horses is about 90000 or enough to pay expen Â¬ ClIMIKKlIK UoMIbTlTlON If satis liarrlKOa doutery and Mux Vliti viii it iiil miv irinf iiur i for four years yet there is no unea For se A df any kind at any time call fact Hut not given money returned ness and the accumulation got on ii- - rVt on or address silo by IJoso t Jdiu creasing for sonic future emergency SPENCEK COUPE1L of Jell Masonic Home JournalOO little tliuiyhtor Hntl Crion Ky MiiLtrii XD Third Uuee and Inion St 9 CO P XH99 of IJallanl county ono day li nt l INCMNXATI O Evans Why r n g00l lh Ve carry the omU that will suit some nmtelio- - ami wiiolc ato tho heads of II MAITIS ii u lllrtV votir w vitnv t trade mid onr prices nre TIIK IOWKST 1 I1C died ill ii few hour in great nuony with warranted to givo wtifaotiiin in overy jtecial attention to mail orders Chjld got into a lmxtif nmtcluu and had case or money returned Such a propo D oaten about a dozen when discovered sition uouldut be thought of if the iyed WHOLESALE nitV KODS cb Silibvl NOTIONS HOOTS SHOES c aro mild at thi ullieo lorry inn icul ponx Douiiing leads toconfuniption Kemps icine wasnt xuperlor toall qthera For at 10 cent- a dozen I fcOly and the Wbt j einil in town at 5c apiece le by Uosc Junes VnKTTSUlC KY t liaUntotho couh at ojice Wmtiffitmlm committee they have tft jfrljniucot nd aro treating him in- AUlw New York headquarters of the Dmoert1e Maaeet est Feur Ihets lnHUedy- Near Newstcad a town in Christian - One of the chief cause of tho poverty of some fnrniersfs the the of crub stock n xtw j WeKk ncfl wibti 11 leVt is so sure to keep a farmer poor j Jothin re ur iw to nuke goou crops aim joeu ins j9 v An English farmer plus to scrub stuck would abandon his farm altogether If ho A was compelled to uso such stock as is kept on many farms in this country W4fnWSiXtil i HiEASflHT There Is no reason for keeping of scrubs Irvrds or Hocks as males from pure bred sAuVv yJjlver nflfVt KiCsnJ mv I Kl IrJ kx- ftV UIA can be pneured at a very nominal cost i ctmpared with the advantages gained Home and rami THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND Causaofth Furnor poverty xvmsm ir ME -- ar jffiXS - fo CRCn I UCIUT7 uswinr Squan i i IIILUIUIIILIIU J iinfihri9 s I 1c3ur HunuiBuuiuiE 135 E Cuttem Hou MAIN STREET mjmix Imism LEXINGTON KY teo Â¬ WATCHES LNESIHEDIGIHE DIAMONDS CLOCKS Solid Silver AND Optical Goods Â¬ I WK Trimble Bros WHOLESALE Â¬ 5 to 500 Cash Â¬ 8B0CB JIT STERLING fully Milicitetl KY j5rronslKiiniiiils of proiluco and the patronaue of Mountain Merchants respect- - jcHly Â¬ winchesteTbank WlNCIIKnTEK KY X H Â¬ WITIIKUSPOnX Â¬ It D llUNTKH Cashier President Â¬ weekly Enquirer Paid up CnpitnT 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Hank solicits the accounts of iner chants fanners traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers its customers every facility nml the most liberal terms within the limits of octl8ly legitimate banking Â¬ Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY 30000 Capital J M U 200000 Sl iumus Â¬ IUGSTAFF Tresident I KIHKIATIUCK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier Wo respectfully solicit the business of iner chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Kastern Kentucky A Jive us h general banking business done chance to send you n bank book iniy your checks and loan von nionev when in need W TiioMrsoN Cash 11 74 K S STltADER Successors to Mviv 1 SON KY A La ll A Co J Stiikkt LKXINOTON Wholesale Healers in W KERR 5 Straight Kentucky Brandies Whiskies c Wines Â¬ vr Tarr and Old Taylor FINK OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY CTGARS AND TOHACCO Anents for Old Pugh Old Iepncr OM H J- Â¬ iS PRINTING HLjli- - - G PEDER Cut Price House vx 1U7 J PIERATT c II Q A-- RACK STREET fivcivvATi nino rVDKItWKAl KKY 5IOVKS l KNOKKS and SHAWLS IIOSI- - II Even wares and other nonils in Notion ami ruruishing ioods line ft Pi lUANKKTS SIS- all kinds of small - iiri A- - r lia 0i Church Street New York Speeial intention tonmil orders is qvismr Â¬ most vy V WORMS WHITES CREAM 1 VERMIFUGE Has lod all Worm Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUAOANTFPD Â¬ FOR 20 YEARS lltUUUUSON TAVMIU JIKU A b ST isi ft jy vj rrMJt sorn lviuvwiiiiirrtoi io Dry Goods notions i c ROSE Blacksmiths and DeBUSK IMtAl TICAI Wapmakers - jhlrt I - ur - i H j I H OARPENTEE J I - HAZEL JUEEN K lUacksmlthlijr of nil kinds solicited ami work prompilv done We make n eeiiiltv of building horse wayoi nml jMiiiriuili all work NOTIfK All who are indeblcd o thr linn or either of us for work mat nnd cllle and cash irMilMaelury tt iniswii in oeinanteil tor nil work done lnrcaiOTllntnkinj ou for past puiruiiiixe nun M icitllitf i eoiitiuuaiiet of the Nime we io ropect fully ItOSKJ iMtlUSK- -- J - I