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Digital page images are linked to the text file. yjjH -- T r I I tPKNOKR COOPKIt Owner Hazel vTrlllliN JlLERAJuJJ nt Salter - fi i LMi JjfaiMMjMa Of a Noigy World With New FroawAll If tio LambYlng at MU Bok a IO A YIAlt Atway fSE AtfVMKM S3SCSSS EIGHTH YEAR HAZEL GHEJJJyWQLgE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JTNUAHY 13 1803 t mm XUMBBE41 111U1TI1 A iJi HI ilinin ill liimiiii ill I i HMim miimiw - Capt J Pendleton of Clark furnishe the WinoheBtor Democrat Opinion of Some of Our Newspaper the following rule for measuring Friends in Regard to That An I am o bay in the tack MASTER COXmSSIOXIR D Officer for Wolfe fXWWJOL 11 Pedigree Tkat Was Ootte Up Ob tke Best Blood Line A often 1rom the LouUvIlle Poit A Good Man and soil hay in regard to my rule of Cincinnati wanted to sell a Win for meaauring and calculating the Chester JCm mu horiw Holdftt contontfl of hay in stack if you will givo a littlo spaco in your paper I will givo in briof terms my rule Tako the porpondioulnr bight of tho Btack in yarda by using a rec- Â¬ tangular standard Moasuro tho circumforonco of tho Btack at tho bottom in yards and caloulato from that tho diameter of snmo Squaro tho diamoter and multiply t by is one third of the porpon diciilar bight If tlio stack has been standing from 8 to 0 months then multiply tho aforesaid pro Â¬ duct by 0524 which will givo the tons in tho atnok If tho stack has boon standing from 0 to 0 months multiply by 0512 If the stack htifl boon standing from 0 to 12 montliB multiply by 0501 New York nronosos to add JUX- 000 to tho sum already appropria Â¬ aaked by persona who buy man by the name of Holttai IS RESERVED FOR 6 STRAUS LEAPING CLOTHIERS Opposite Phoenix Hotel LEXINGTON KY Democrats throughout tho Stftto will bo rejoiced to hoar that Judgo Rodwino will appoint Mr Sponcor Coopor MiiRtor Commissioner for Mr Coopor has Wolfo county and effective work dono faithful fnr tlin Dmiiocrntio nurtv Hifl Wl- nor has boon n towor of strength in tho Kootion surrounding Wolfo county IIo has nevor failed in bin devotion to Democratic intor mifl Ho ban dono as much bard work for tho party and received an little reward lor ins services as any Dnmnnnit in Kontuckv and thor6 will bogonoral rejoicing all around Unit mr uoopor win goi boiiio tbing more valuable than promises and praiso for his labors in behalf of Democracy It was largely duo to his offorta that Judgo Rodwino was enabled to overcome tho Re- Â¬ publican majority in tho district and ho will do a wise as well as a handsome thing in giving this oflico to tho accomplished editor of tho said he purchased the horse in Wm Chester The Kentucky man want- d to see the iwligree of the hori Holden showed it to him Herein the pedigree Iky How Blue Grww fosterf iw lttTi atrn Hlanlr Aimmnn dam Y41H Pfavlk t Black Hampton by Brwwtnlstf ttotn La Â¬ dy Wsxey YoutMcPaylll by BlueJetuie dsm Mattle J Mattle J by fyele Wilkes dsm MIm Tormonter Mtue Tim menter by Tuwsrora I L daw Ail Vij IlrcartplatQ by Frsnk dam Jelllee hy BuohenliHlun by Sir William dsm Kuls Tho Kentuekian didnt say a word whon ho finished reading tins liBt of anoofltral dignitaries for he was Bneeohless Hh Hazki GllKKN HkIALD From the Courlcr Journul When Mr Carlisle gooB into the Cabinet Gov Brown ox Govornor Knott ox Gov McCroary ox Gov Buckner ex Chiof Justice Lindsay ex Chairman Castloman National Committeeman Shorloy and Con Â¬ gressmen Stono and Goodnight aro going to the Sonato Harry Gorin of Barren John Hondrick of Liv- Â¬ ingston Owoiib of Scott and Bron ston and Mulligan of Fayotto aro going to Congress and Mitch Al- ford of Aluldloanorrougn win jo- Whon tho sotting como Oovomor brick will thus sot principle up of a singlo up a wholo row of bricks it would From tlio Winchester Democrat hn honrtloHH cruelty in tho lump of Sponcor Coopor of tho Hazel clay in tho first part to refuse to Ghkkn Hklald iBan applicant for sit Of course Carlisle goes into Mastor Commissioner ot his county tho Cabinot- - Louisville limes o and wo hope he will got it And a good lamp were much interested in tho race In striking contrast to tho sting- Â¬ simple it is Judgo Rodwino and bis iness of tho lato unlamontod Mr mado by must be simple when it is not success was in a great moasuro duo Gould is the liberality of Mr Rock Simple Beautiful not cood to the gallant fight made by Tub afellar the Standard oil million- Â¬ words mean much but to see The Rochester All metal IIkhald in his behalf By its bold aire It is announced that ho has will impress the truth more forcibly V stand Bro Coopor aroused tho givon an additional million dollars tough and seamless anu muuc s unbreakable personal antagonism of Judgo to bis former munificent sums for it is absolutely wrand a a n uunnflirfiil lamn for its mar- Lillys powerful friends and fol- Â¬ tho endowmont fund of the Chica- Â¬ I 00u J V icr than Cas licht lowers and Judge Rodwino can go University which promises to hardly do loss than to givo him the bo tho most extensive institution lluilrateil catalogue for IhlMlamp Tun R desired place The Democratic of tho kind in the world Tho to- Â¬ orocr party of that section owes much to tal amount now given by Mr Rock ViifTlpiiAMi and it is but iustand afellar to this ono institution is rleUe iron ineMvr City nw York -HOCJIKSTKK right thut its mifgniflfoiit work 3KX000 Ho has also boon very kNSF i should bo recognized To tho out- Â¬ lilMiml in his contribrutioiis to the sider whoso solo idea is to seo the Baptists of which denomination ho boys in tho trenches receive tlio is a consistent momoor uoving MHflHHH rowards wf victory it seems that ton Commonwealth Although tho Democratic candi Â¬ Cooper is fairly entitled to tho Tho powers that bo at present in date for Governor of Wyoming was position majority of South Carolina havo passed a bill olocted by an official to carry hi From the Whichever Sun - Varm honiO iifiMtMit ImttA hoavily taxing banks and corpora- Â¬ 1781 ho was forced Spencer Cooper tho presiding Bunch Zvtfr known remedy 1 removed a law tions in retaliation tho banks are oloction at the polls and again in genius of the Hazkl Ghkkn JIkh reducing their taxablo pronorty by tho Courts beforo bis Republican alp is an applcant for the lb method Tho National predecessor would turn th onion I Master CommisHioner of the Wolto a novel Newberry has declared a Hvortobim Tho Supreme Courfc Bank of QUINHS OINTMENT Countv Circuit Court and ho oughtÂ¬ tUvidend of 50 per cent thus reduc- Â¬ isauod a peromntory maiulatatt reUUthe beit preparation I bTvruilorJrd to have it No mail in nil that surplus by about f75000 Saturday reiuinng the Btatoiui of 1 heartily recommend gion of country did more forjudge ing their banks will follow their vassors to count the vote m oat other Wt hav hundrtd cj sucSUtUmonMi Kedwino than did tlio talented ed Â¬ and example It is Iwlioved that all and roturncKl and thus enabled torn is itor of tho IIkkami and he re- Â¬ corporations in tho Stato will great- Â¬ logally olectMl Governor to annn deserving at least of this small capital stock Cov- Â¬ his position and alfco rellevta ail mt iBIE Ho is entirely competent ly rcdwothoir ward doubts as to the political cpmnlaot WHBBeHBMBIMk Commonwealth Â¬ wo cannot doubt that Iuh ap- ington and ion of the legislature It willed pointment would gio complete Immiii agreod among all the Democratic by three majority It has ntiHfaction Senators in the city that in the a Democratic U 8 Senator future Senator Wortham shall be follow Danville Advocate Vret the Clay City ChfBHJclf TIih mlitor of tho IlAXKI GREKN called upon to make all motion to all dead btakis The Mnxtor Com aiHourn that body Meut Jov il jiI wuii1d fit A MAHtttfftAaa aj whe iWall he the next Preel Herald WNiitH to lo HnuiitrLnH 11 mm wiri iaiiici v tiiv til VI Uin talklli abeut crtibs iiittt tit adoes move per three orunw iffHw rff tfwayw- Kine F wlwre ad how ehrap miwiioner of tho Wolfo Circuit of I forir yearav jjj11 Tarlft Refjw Ac but the laUle can and Wt vmn ba Court Ah thon is nothing Un from Grayson raqu4Nid to Py taket vj vmj ll irnw grace with mora gool for Mn print bo ought to re- - tomljiMtrn man any OiLmpiM tniw mmvm hind a fim that be real enecv oeivo tliH plum plain 1 Thems 7 f tlw Rwtata a iact which wandrfrwwnm 15 to eowuiMplion HumirNfl wlwai that laaur itm wd ftefmowm awa4infn iwrtw CottgltiitK K SS 0 y t laa M IM Kmhi Blwim rtnm tk v vwt Oiipita Reports from Wolfo county that Circuit Judgo D H Rodwino will appoint Mr Spencer Coopor Mastor Commissioner in thatcounty ought to bo true considering the worth and desserts of that gontleman As editor of tho Hajskl Ghkkn II sk Â¬ ald Mr Coopor has fought the fight of Domocracy with courage and skill in a part of the State where Democrats aro noodod For sovon years Mr Coopor has stood to his work in tho mountains and has not only made hispapor a good gathorer of news but a vigorous propagan Â¬ dist of Domocrat doet rino Demo Â¬ cratic editors got little onougb of tho crumbs trom tho tables which tlioy hold to sproad for oth- Â¬ ers and wbon any little plum starts their way its safe arrival at tho nrnnnr destination is Buro to givo satisfaction Mr Coopor moroovor is ono of that class that ought to be doar to tho Democratic hroirfc in nvlTnimi Holdier whoso Demo cracy is suro to bo a mattor of ted for the Worlds Fair exhibit Yet Kentucky with so much to show is higgling over 100000 Suroly our Legislature will no long or hesitato to pass tho law giving this money Thoro never was so uni- Â¬ versal a demand for financial leg- Â¬ islation Upon what good grounds can tho Legislature hositnto when tho taxpayers aro urging this grant Wo have had enough talking and dodging Moot the issuo squaroiy and oithor pass tho aot or publish that tho Stato has noithor publio spirit nor prido Thoro is no tip- position anywhoro to this donation and thoro can bo no satisfactory reason for refusing to longor moot tlio popular demand Wlio gave you this ho askedj iib booh aa ho could articulate A gentleman by the name of Oliver in Winchester Jim Oliver I think tboy called bun replied I bought the guileless Buckeye another man and the horse from Mr Oliver mado tho pedigree out Isnt it for mo afterward Why all right Oh yes said tho Kentuekian Oh yes Its ono of tho mot re podigrooB our Stato can markablo furnish what it is Well Romothing in tho Kontuckiaus tone worried Davis Here ho said tborofl noma thing M rong with that Toll mo Seeing is Believing Good---thes- e XffiiSL V 1w1kaJ - BfAIWsSK-SS151-- 3Wd J Hi nyRK- rlliliiMiSih j The Rochester Wr ---- - a0 up u bottle of champagne Tho Cincinnatian agrood untl tho Kentuekian took tho list nntt ran over it Thoro is nothing tho mutter with tho namo of your horse said ho Indood Blue Grass i n vory gmxl namo for a horso but Black Samp bou is or was whon ho was living a jackass Young Phyllis was a Bhorthorn cow Broastplato was a shorthorn bull Lady Waxoy was a famous saddle mnro Bluo Joans wiib a famous saddlo horso Mattie J is a pacing mnro Cyclone Wilkes is a trotting stallion ownod in Bourbon county Miss Tormentor was a Jorsoy cow TuBcarora II is a gray mulo down on Four mile Ada V is a aloamnoat on tne iven fnnkv River Frank is nvollowdog in Simpsons livory stablo Jellico is an old nntro mulo in one of Brows coal carts Bucephalus is a gelding tboy drivo to tho Winches tor hoso reol Brincofls is ti Berkshire bow Sir William is RodnoyHag gards goat and Eulalia is one of Dr Wash Millers Southdown owes Tho Kentuekian took a long breath and the Cincinnatian took a lot of abort ones in rapid succes sion ho said Well Ill bo d went right away with slowly and the Kontuckian to tho nearest place whom they coum goi n ooute anu ho remarked with tho air of a man finding out somothing You cant mofit always ieii about apodigreo by tho way it look on papor can you and we Ken tuekian shook hisneatt graveiy 1 Ill toll you if youll Hot sr r SSsSf Br J hsiitaMi t eh mi Sag ml tiri 4 1 1 mnitof Ky ad oaW - attisafawaa trWtAeWiylitWHhfw f jaliw fa -- iTltfX wf Trmjriw m iiiMi IM S jgyafagwL n rfiftufcj jitga t HMdtitlli W7JT n a In in X w Hel Green -- rxmmit cooper rubiuwr t i AKL GRUKN EXTRAORDINARY ii Herald I KY HK HAS T NOTHING TOfcAY Tlio Khoflt of protection Ilnuntuf no more Tho wolves of monoply Election is rote Jmro been counted- oer y will t - Arc driven nwny Yot Wllllnra AlcKinloy Has nothing to any Tlio Country 1ms risen And ontit oft ltH chains KflOHjHit from lis thrnlldom Its Inborn snd pains Wnlkod out from the darkness ItlKlit into tho day Yot William MoKlntoy IIqb nettling to miy - FISHlfl6 how the Indlnim on tlio Orouooo Cntch tlio UjrmnnttiN Of nil tho oxtrnonlinnry modes bf taking ilsu that which Is practiced by m tho Indians of Snlobozo on tho OVonoco In catching tho Kymnotns tho most -- O powerful of nil tho species of olcetrlo eols is perhaps tho strongest As overyona known tho oleotrio col protects itself and catches Its prey by means of nn olectrio dischnrgo which fprFJho timo being benumbs any living organism with which It comes into contact If tlio fish Is forced to hoop these llsohnrgos up for any length of timo it becomes completely exhausted and helpless and it is this fact that tho Indians take ndvnntngo In hunting tho gymnotus with their half wild horses and mules Having found a portion of water nlong tlio marshy banks of tho river where tho eols are congregated they drive their terrified animals Into tho water and then begins a struggle which most Europeans dud a little too much for thoir nerves the first timo they sco it On tho banks nnd in tho shallow water the Indians jump about ami howl brandishing long canes and har- Â¬ poons and driving the animals back whenever they attempt to leave tho Prom far California Thu tflud ttdlugs cpnia IlltnolH k1vla Its nimwor With ilfu nnd with drum Tlio nortUwiflt upriHlrur Shnkp ISIktn nnd Qany YofWUMuni MoTUnlwy Ir nothing tojuiy lrotouUofls k run t propbat Sits brooding nIouoi From pnlo lit A TUnliH Jim betide him pruy Wut William MoKinlty Urn nothinx tomiy Ilydor All In Chicago Dispatch ktHHiU buartlrik1nf thorn lluttorn incmii And cries Ut uk during tho cam- Â¬ paign nnd confined themselves chiefly totho great issues of tnrlft reform and local self government it is not true that tiny certified to tho cleanness an general oxccHouco of his ndmlulstra tlon Thoro havo beon somo redeem- Â¬ ing features in Mr Harrisons record as president but thoy have not beon numerous or important His otllcial record as n whole has been very bad and when the country on Tuesday re pudiated the forco bill and tho McKin ley law and condemned tho follies and crimes of tho billion dollar congress it also placed thusoul of its emphatic disapproval upon the administration of Hcnjamin Harrison becauso qf its bad faith and its low moral standards There is in tho ignominious failure of his olTorts to boeuro a reoleotlon by such methods an ho has employed ti that end a pregnant lesson for pol iticians of vry variety which the whole guild will do well to heed ln dianapolis Sentinel Â¬ Â¬ -- ad on tho stump treated his administration and himself personally with great forbearance Â¬ notmeciViti arttole by succfai aw In as ninny pursuits is one of tho many strong grotipB of articles which aro an AWlosof irow Work h 13 UW 1 of another norles by United States Generals The proMiootus for the coming yonr of lh romMuium Is moro varied and genorotifl than over Those who subsrnbo at 01100 will receive tlio paper free to Jim 11 bw and for a fall your from tliotdato Only f 17ft u year Address TUB Youths Com- XANION aie YouW OumiHtniwi for tb03 Iliaj Urovest Deed 1 Kvcr aw la tlio tonio UostOll MUSS and with -Vastcs TuanieTImn andralnta trhleh ltiivrt f a altt j ttf Tho Uislnii flun Htovo 1ollsh lalirllllartOAi toss Durablo and tho consumor paya loc aotti or glass pacfeano with OTorypurchaso n MnT np nrmvpn Yankee Uhiuo About a iiuart Three ItliSitiiRS In Ono A triplot of eonofits Is comprised In the single word vigor TIiIb Implies good up pettn HiMind sleep the power to digest lloitcttcrH Ktoiimelt Hitlers endows mi en tniiiel Ktfltntn with vicor It Insures ill Mention holes nightly repose and Increases zest ftir tho food It enables the system ic HHHlinihito It Is potent in tualaria eonstl piition llvor ami kidney complaints ami rheumatism Tkaciikii What aro the two capitals or Smart Scholar promptly Rhode Island I Kftttf Fields Washington It and 1 Bid Jlnjaon tnko on Took On Boia vory much nt tho funornl of his uuclol THE POPULAR VERDICT Administration Full or OnVnsos to AiniHluii VotorM Tho vordictof the country upon tho administration of IliMijumln Harrison is unmistakable It has been rondo rod with such emphasis Unit it in impossible to misinterpret It Tho administration and all its works havo leen repudiated by the American people Two years ago tho country registered such a vote of want of confidence as has never be Â¬ fore been recorded against any admin istration in our history Hut tho ma ITnrrWotiA Â¬ FottTirv Icoblo Lungs Against Winter with Hales Honey or llorehoiind and Tnr Pikes Tootittcho Drops cine In ouo minute A scccRssrri chum or tho Ideal often helps in ntiiiixlngly lu catching tip with tho material Puck Cloud murcrsti sign forn drink saloon IlioU sllver llnod while you wait Woman was made after man nut man ha boon after woman ever slnco Texas Sirt lugs Babies arc always happywhen comfortable Thr n arc comfortable when well w They are apt to be well when fat they worry and cry when thin They ought to be fat their nature is to be fat If your baby is thin we J have a book for you careful living free Â¬ Your dniKfttst Scotts Emulsion of coJUver oil all druggUts everywhere do 1 4 Scott ftltowNit Chemists icvr uik Vosp 1 131 South 5th Avenue 1 Tho ools meanwhile roused to fury by tho disturbance attack the poor be Â¬ wildered beasts with repeated dis Â¬ charges of their batteries until they aro nearly mad with fright and pain Sometimes the horses and mules and especially the latter sink under tho force of tho discharges and are 011I3 with difllculty saved from drowning Sometimes In their terror they will attack each other with their tenth and bite fiercely until tlm shocks overcome them Meanwhile the cols looking like great yellow livid water serpents writhe along the surface of tho water chasing their enemies and by some strango intuition seeking out the most unpioteotod parts of their bodies on which to deliver their shocks A single col has been known to confine its atten tion to one hprse and by constantly directing its discharge at tho heart to benumb and drown it within five min- Â¬ utes Inubouuta quarter of an hour the struggle is over and tho eols aro van Â¬ quished Tho animals loio thoir terÂ¬ ror and tho fish Instead Jof attacking as before now shun tho invaders of their torrltory and muko for the bank whoro they are easily harpooned and drawn nhore by means of long lino They aro quite exhausted and unable to give any shock to speak of but the natives have such a wholesome dread of them that they will not even now touch them until they are quite sure they nro dond Yankee lllado Â¬ water A ItltKxcil llitnlcrtiptcy hoard a man who hud failed in bus Â¬ iness and whoso furniture was sold at auction say that when the cradle and tho crib and the piano went tears would come and he had to leave the house to bo u man Now there are thousand of men who have lost thelt pianos but who havo found bet Â¬ tor music in tho sound of their childrens voices and footsteps going cheer Â¬ fully down to poverty thau any har mony of ehordod instruments Oh how blessed Is bankruptcy when it saves T a mans children seo many men bringing up their children as I should bring up miuo if when they are ton years old I should lay them on the dlssectlng tablo and cut tho slnows of their arms and ogs so that they could neither walk nor use their hands but only sit still and bo fed Thus rich men put tho knife of indolence and luxury to their childrens euergles and they grow up fatty lazy calves fitted for nothing at twenty live but to squander wido and tho father must bo a slave all his life In order to make beasts of his children How blessed then is tho stroke of dis aster which sets tho children free and gives them over to the hard but kind bosom Of poverty who says to them work nnd working makes thorn men Hrolt Freo Press ft Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jefferson avenuo grocery had just Vecoved a lot of pepper and spices from n Now York dealer and tho proprietor was asking tho elovk about it lts all right said the clerk ns ho road the firms lottercrlttcally oxcept that theyve- got only two ps in pop poi 4Js that so chuckled the proprietor and tho clerk Certainly See handed over tho lottcr Tho proprietor took it but didnt look at it ho said cheerfully wo Well ought to bo thankful for that thoro was at least u peck in tho last wo got Dotrolt Freo Press A 4 ra lit Popper tmk kwkia ttUuiCkicttgo Tribune 1 MX A Uortlnnarjr Valor Mrs llauthamJames I wish you WpVltl tell that big ill mannered fellow other ci the mo In sido of tho car to quit star feur t that impudent manner XlxN ttaHtMRin after a careful scruti naM thaQtkor man I dont think I jjwvH H myself Mary Tano by MMMf to b on pklMg terms with jorities against the administration overwhelming as they were lost some vhat of their moral force because of llo very large abstention of voters in nearly all the states It whm urged by tho supporters of tho administration that while tlii abstention mitfht he held to Indicate a lack of positive en Â¬ thusiasm for the president and his pol cics it did not signify absolute disapproval of them ami it was confident ly predicted that in 1S1 when a full vote would be registered tho verdict of ISM would be reversed Well the full vote has been polled by far tho largest In the history of the country and tlio verdict of SIM instead of being re Â¬ versed has been renilirmed and made more emphatic Tho causes of tho unpopularity of the Ilurrison administration are not fur to seek and that they havo proved so potent speaks well for the moral stand Â¬ ards 118 well as for the Intel ligencu and patriotism of the American people The administration began its existence under a cloud IMr Harrison owed his election not to the unpurchased suf Â¬ frages of the people but to bribery and corruption of the most flagrant descrip-Â¬ He obtained the presidency in tion lSS only through the lavish and cor Â¬ rupt expenditure of money extorted from the tariff rings and other pluto- Â¬ cratic combines organized to prey upon tho national treasury and to despoil tho people of their substance lie himself inspired and cooperated in tho raising of this money and to a great extent directed its disbursement With nil of this outlay he did not receive a majority nor even a plurality of tho popular vote Ho was In an actual mi nority of ISodU on the popular vote Ho and fell 111 JS-t below Cleveland was therefore a minority president not only in the sense that he had failed to receive a majolty of tho popular vote but that his leading competitor had Ho was the otll Iecoived a plurality cial product of money and not the choice of the people Tho catalogue of Air Harrisons of Â¬ fenses as president is a long one When he bestowed a cabinet position upon lohn Wiuuimuker n a reward for the letters services in raising a corruption fund of MOOOOO for use In securing his own election ho scandalised tho country When ho called the notorious Stephen 11 Klkins who had long been notorious as a jobber ami a boodler to his cabinet he repeated this ofienso When he turned the census bureau over to a man of Kobert 11 Porters an tecedents with full license to pervert it from Its legitimate uses to those of a party machine when he put such a fal- Â¬ low as lireen 11 llaum at the head of the pension bureau and retained him after his incompetency and dishonesty had been fully rovoaled when he con ferred an important official position upon a criminal like Dave Alartln in PhUadolphia and recognUcd In a similar manner such characters as 10 II Xeboker Sam Kerchevcl and Henry MacFarland in Indiana Mr Harrison advertised himself as unmindful of the properties of his high otllce and ren dered it impossible for honest men who were not blinded by party spirit or personal partiality to retain faith in him howovor much they may have desired to do so Aside from his prostitution of the patronage to the service of his own interests and of the supposed interests of his party Mr Harrison How In tho face of onllphtoned public opinion when he identified his udmlnLstrntion with MeKinleylBtn and the wicked forco bill It was the habit of repub Â¬ lican organs and orators in the recent campaign Co eulogise his administra- Â¬ tion us a elonn one and to claim that ihe democratic press and tho dem- Â¬ ocratic speakers admitted It to be such Notklug could huvo been farthor from th facts While it is trua that in consideration vf tho presidents sad do mestla uttUctUw th spokesmen of the denvocrttte jwttr thionirU Ow prw Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tun dog who censes his tall Is ltko nmnj debaters he never rcnohos his conclusion El m Ira Gazette mm--A man who Is in society ami wants to keep In must bo continually going out Yunkcrs Statesman IIATCIIIXn UKMOi KATU HOOHTKUS lOll ISJtll Bmr Mnr men would find this n moro St Louis Kipublle soolnble world If they were loss Inclined to riilk shop Puck POINTED PARAGRAPHS j great value In astronomy as a sclohee Tui To catch the farmer vote of Ohio morally speaking also Is that it tends to CJ an almostjprohibitive tarill was placed make people look hiher My acquaintance with Boscheea on wool but even the farmers have be Â¬ Jaoson says the only thing In hjs bouse Â¬ come tired of having protected wool that doesnt seem to eollect dustisFis boys Gentian Syrup was made about Fourteen years aeo a cold I contracted savings bunk Elmiri Umtuttc pulled over their eyes N Y Herald which resulted in a hoarseness and Republican objurgations which Was tho tempernnco orator nmus Yes ho bud a jrood deal or dry cough which disabled me from fil- Â¬ are now heaped upon Andrew Carnegie lngl Philadelphia Record ling my pulpit for a number of Sab- Â¬ and the other princes of protection are wit a shabby return for all that these men Wiit not make tho cactus tho nntlnnnl baths After trying a physician have done for the republican party flower i It bus moro lino points than aaj without ohlaiuiug relief I saw the other yot mentioned Albany Argus advertisement of your remedy and The statement that Mr Cleve I received quick Tun small boy represents one brand of obtained a bottle land has refused to pledge himself now teas that Is not relished at tho live oclock and permanent help I never hesi- Â¬ made with such a flourish is not news gatherings Inter Ocean tate to toll my experience Rev W to tho country It nominated and Ftnsr Impress 011s aro lasting as tho elected hi in because It knew he was goutleiiian remarked when tho trip hniimior II Ilaggerty Martinsville not a pledging man St Louis Repub- cauie down on his lingers JJoston Trail 2gD05ES25j loript ITWft lic WVi f VJEGREA A Rut Wiikisxs Tuouout Thomas C Piatt was a greater fair exchange is no robbery Otiiriiwisk success as a prophet than he was as a lsdy nt the flower stand assaid thoyounj sho refused boss He lost eight state campaigns in change for tho V when WllketiB bought tho succession to tho democrats He then bud Puck ift said that Harrison could not carry New Tin telephone Is puid to bnvo been known jaaa Yrrlc and hit the bulls eye N Y in India for thmmnnds of years Yet thoro CurenConHUinptlonCouRhR CronpPoro has been vary llttlo talk over it Rochester World Iliruat Sold by all Dnifcits on a Or it te- Democrat The latest advices concerning Tin other day a little boy describing his Elys Grosm Bairn Mr Clevelands cabinet make it reason Â¬ black the ably certain that it will contain neither room and white cat which was in therenthcr Mdd Wo havo a cut out that WUIi vi 132 a Wnuamajcor nor an Klkins o WW tan That la u Llolmoln ought to satisfy tho republican cabinet iQ iA s makers for a little while Indianapolis sfe THE LOOK AT Sentinel SI XK or the or rice i lyinNrg One of the presidents organs an pill dinary all tho Ann Itilmltit ciiclinorP iSfAtAS tvV nounces that if any bill admitting wool Think of VirroiiStN V I KlYimo- trouble and dis Â¬ THIS rAVRrjimyiwTlB CCTNAV Ho will send freo comes before him turbance that it to congress a stinging veto of it This causes you Unlike the floicfi Process is a mistake The presidents sting Wouldnt y o u was extracted on the Sth inst lrook welcome someNo thing ensior to 1311 Kngle take and easier OR It is worse than silly and ndds to in it ways if CliPinicals the sting of defeat to attribute the rent the same timo aro ned lu tlio it did you more publican defeat to any cause but the preparation of caso right one it is a verdict against the Me pottl Tlint is thoThoyrowith Dr Pierces the smallest in llonsunt Pellets Kinley tariff bill the issue was fairly W BAKEK COS the mildotit in action but tho most A OT before the people and they have eon tize thorough and far rcachlng in results Thoy follow natures methixls and thoy give help detuned it liuiYulo Commercial is a democratic victory not that lasts Constipation Indigestion Bilious This Attacks Sick and Hilious Headaches to go wild over but to seriously and deraugouieutsof the liver stomach a nil nnd all which ii absolutely bo wols putt and soluble joyously contemplate as putting an end mo promptly relieved and permanently cured lthnainorathaiittreotlmcs to prostitution of the powers of tho f As strength of Cocoa mixed cunt euro your Catarrh federal government by the republican howIf wo your case or of how long no matter j with Sturoli Arrowroot or standing bad hiiinir nml li fnr morit PCO party to the end of building up a privi- Â¬ well pay you 500 in cash That Is whnt nomicnl cMtxtuj less than ana cent a cup leged and protective class a plu- U promiho1 by the proprjeters of Dr Sages It deltdoua nourishing nnd UA8ILY tocracy upon tho necks of the produc Catarrh Remedy Dotnt it prove letter mou3Tii a remedy that Sold liydrorors CTorynhers ing and consuming millions tlm de- Â¬ tliannn words could Coats this is50 coats only that cures Catarrh I mocracy Rochester Union W BAKER CO Dorchester Mass loriililno llulilr Curoil In in Renewed confidence in the busi Â¬ 0 ilurt No iiiiv till uurtxl K ltl1 Trial llotllp frrobj mall F Hit J SlilMlKNS Lebanon Ohlu ness tact and sound judgmentof drover H KhCun HnfliTnll others rail AJilrwl oa WMSTUU riltrt mrj lua jwrnU ti QiivinhMoMiVcstrhiiai Cleveland is given as a reason for the sudden and wonderful advance in the price of grain The farmer can bank on drover Cleveland and his principles what it amounts to when you at-and policy The advanco In the price of stocks and cereals gives the lie to wnipc 10 uo wasnmcf ana cleaning r akKv the calamity howlors who predicted And without eternal ruin under tlio now regime r s vj i vi tne strange part ot it is that you UMtAxr Toledo Roe Out of tho general wreck of the should be willing to suffer when its g o p one fragment Is saved Tho only for vour loss nnd nnr for vour legislature of Pennsylvania Is repub- Â¬ Y gain t Jy K Wv f I by a majority of eighty on joint lican That needless back breaking t ballot and Quay will be returned to ruo ruD rub saving you any-tho Unltod Suites senate The result l Is appropriate and significant Quay Is wiing it s costing you money w Ho 11 Mm the vipo fruit of republicanism l al it biuipiy wearing out u I A vrt ought to be saved if all else is lost--ithings that washing It wore only for tho snko of preserving v4EJHp German 5YFUB A NJ L cwm iHILGilmi tetaL I SPrM CATARRI 7jm Â¬ jyvvujLJ Â¬ Â¬ Alkalies Other 1 i 1 1 reakfastGocoa wMti 1 Â¬ Â¬ mm FB Thats Self Torture y 7ffarz wzsm UWfSCJA vv 1 rLS ow-a-da- ys Pearline f the sample In a senate which will soon bo democratic this relic of tlio rule of political corruption and shainc lossness will bo conspicuous Roston n Vy MW iH 1 ut VV4 isnt A ic v n 1 Post their clothes with shall bo moro equitably dlstribtu nl so far as that oqulty doponds upon Vonest As m the and prudent administration pus- - ho now promises nothing which to wlso men seems impossible of at- Â¬ tainment and through rain hall or shlue he may be rolled upon to do the fall duty pf a wan just wUw slaeora maa lialtlmora Kawa Stuffed or unstufiod Mr Clove land is a prophet who has led his people out of the land of bondage and who promises to guido their steps until they shall havo entered u land in which the good things of tho world Â¬ T - Vou an jnntaUon Lo honest s MB Cure Kick 1UIU aKss mm mi iiiiwii J Cures Constipation i HlJ a avupl Pearline cant understand Jiclcrs 1 j nacis wnattne women wuu nrfcnriniJ Krtieffnnnrtn nilfl ny would you ratner do icr youre VF VJ J fatk hi set and 60mo unscrupulous pacers will tell you1 ITS Kxl w or tlm same as Pearline SCO JAMES rYLE New 1 York Comr IiilaiUitorM Tia Icxlon VRama Doetona f rvo Uiriiwoj leass Cosu iinil Plsos nomedv for Catarrh tho Best Knslost to Utio and Chcapvnt tiUfitNY im FIT FflLKS RFMII uiti SoldbydnwulstsorsontbymalU H wjc imzoltlno wurrcn 1 ANK Wltft t ii 1494 ntm E nRSir IfMNll WWW U UTxu nn BvuufiuVUll U4 UMi jtm mw U AltMUnw V V t 4ib v ygm A J GIYE lki BEAMS Shock of Corn Coming In His Season Tja the irurtcliiir Time or jire una xncn CmtA tle urcnt iiciitcihj oucm trie Sermon by ltov T De Witt TttlinuRe D 1 any Ot mo cuuniry uisincus you thnt tho corn is nil cut Tho sharp lcniio strode tnrougn tno itslks nnd left them nil along tho fields Sntll a nmn enmo with a bundle of iiraW and twisted a few of these wisps gathcrband if straw into a of the and menho couldcorn as iir un ns much t CTB 1 141 -- 11 II Qmpass Willi iua iirmn nu uuuiunnwiui this wisp of straw and then stood it in Uio Hold in wlmt is called a snooic tfhero nre at least two billion bushels of corn either standing1 in tho shock or saving been already husked I he farmers gather ono day on ono farm Snd then another day on another farm K 4 gull n IMU3 Jill uu biivii luuyu iiuaiviti spron ana incy iuko mo uustciug peg p hlch is a pieeo of iron with a leathern loop fastened to tho hand and with it tthshenth the corn from the husk and Then tho oss it into tho golden heap awngons Iomo along and takes it to the eorncrib A bunt corn as an important cereal or orn as u mataphor tho Bible is constant ly speakinsr You know about the people in famine coming to buy corn of Joseph i HIV1 vnHull ii lu vci iii mi i uiiitiu iiu fitstanding corn and about the oxen JwvuUtiir tho nnrn itiil- nbniiL tbil Vvvn IB The text selected by Dr Talmngo last As u shoeic 01 corn com- nrtav was his season m ThJs la tho timo or xno year lor ansic p corn If you have recently been in tVo fields of Pennsylvania or New Jcr- I 1 T i iur fay or JNOW V1 ur iiu jiiKiiiim ur j -- T ifnow 1 1 1 - IlpSYCIl WWII rt Pharaohs dream devoured tho seven parched tho ears good and handed to beautiful Kuth ebrn j by tho harvesters of Bethlehem live measures of Abignls aantl rcparched corn with which she hoped fto appease the enemies of her drunkon husband and David s description of tho xolleys covered over with corn and -- UllIJ Ul llHJl lllllli III m Mil IlilllUIUI Ui UWlll 411 fields and tho disciples plucking cars of corn and so I am not surprised to find corn husking time referred to in my the full corn in the ear and Christ s Sabbath morning walk through corn -- llil ill III 411411 text As a shock of corn comoth in his all those of us who country conies the re- Wmbranco of husking time Wo wait ed for it as for a gala day of the year It was called a frolic The trees having for the most part shed their foliage the farmers waded through tho fallen leaves and enmo through tho keen morning air to tho gleeful company The frosts which had silvered every thing during tho night began to melt off the top of the corn shocks While tho farmers were waiting for others Ihcy stood blowing their breath through their fingers or thrashing their arms around their body to keep up tvarmth of circulation Roaring mirth greeted the lato farmer as he crawled over tho fence Joko and repartee and rustle salutation abounded All ready now Tho men take hold of tho shock of corn and hurl it prostrate while tho moles and mlco which have secreted hcmsolves thero for warmth attempt Â¬ Mason How vividly to were born in the while wo think of cominsr ill at last lllco a shook of corn coming in his season It is high timo that tho king of ter- Â¬ rors wero thrown out of tho Christian vocabulary A vast multitude of peo- plo talk of death as though it wero tho disaster of disasters instead of being to a good man tho blessing of blessingaj It is moving out of a cold vestibule into a warm temple It Is migrating into groves of redolencoand perpetual fruitÂ¬ age It is a ehango from bleak March to roseato Juuc It is a ehango of man- Â¬ acles for garlands It is tho trans- Â¬ muting of the iron handcuffs of earthly incarceration into the diamonded wrist-Â¬ lets of a bridal partv or to uso tho sug-Â¬ gestion of my text it is only husking timo It Is tho tear ngoff of tho rough sheath of tho body that the bright and tho beautiful soul may go free Coming in like a shock of corn comoth in in his season Christ broko up a funeral procession at tho gato of Nain by mak Â¬ ing a resurrection day for a young iinnn and his mother And I would that 1 could break up your sadness and halt tho long funeral procession of tho worlds grief by somo cheering and chcorful view of tho last transition Wo nil know that husking time wns a timo of frost Frost on tho fence Frost on tho stubble Frost on the ground Frost on the bare branches of tho trees Frost in the utr Frost on tho hands of tho buskers You remem- Â¬ ber wo used to hido between tho corn stacks to keep off tho wind but still you remember how shivering was tho body and how painful was tho cheek and how benumbed wero tho hands Hut after awhile tho sun was high up and all tho frosts went out of tho air and hilarities awakened the echoes and joy from ono corn shock went up Aha aha and was answered by joy from another corn shock Aha aha ho we ull realize that tho death of our friend Is the nipping of ninny expectations the freezing the chilling tho frosting of many of our hopes It is far from being a south wind It comes out of a rigid north and when they go away from us wo stand benumbed in body and benumbed in mind and be Â¬ We stand among our numbed in soul dead neighbors our dead families and Will wo ever get over it wo say Yes wo will get over amid the shout Â¬ ings of Heavenly reunion and wo will look back to all these distresses of bereavement only ns the temporary dis- Â¬ Weeping tresses of husking time a night out joy tnav endure lor Light and comoth in tho morning but for a moment said the apostle as ho clapped his hands light and The chill of tho but for a moment frosts followed by tho gladness that cometh in like a shock of corn comoth Â¬ tfl Ai escape Ihe witho of straw is unwound from the corn shock and tho stalks heavy jvlth the wealth of grain are rolled Into fingers rip oil the sheathing of tho ear and thero is a crack as the root of tho wrn is snapped oil5 from tlio husk-- and the grain disimprisoned is hurled up intn 4iv u uiv otiuiiiiu mm jliiu nil ia n iuiiiu tho work is so very exhilarating the company is so blithe that some laugh and somo shout and somo sing and somo banter and some toaso a neighbor or a romantic rldo along tho edgo of the jroods in an eventide in a carriage that olds but twoand somo wronhesv as to tho numbers of bushels to tho field and jetltors go into competition as to which anil rillo tho most corn shocks before WBtldown Aftiit n ivliilii llin fit mi or orn sounds from tho farm house and wio table is surrounded bv a trroun of iolly and hungry men From all tho Entries and cellars and tho perches of fowl on the placo tho richest dainties Pome and thero is carnival and noigh- rhood reunion and a scenp which two bundles between which tho huskor sits down The husklnjr pec is thrust in until it strikes the corn and then tho ii4 it Us our memory pnrt with smiles but poro with tenis as wo remember that gw farm bolongs now to other owners d other hands cathor in tho field and Sny of thosci who mingled in that rry husking sceno havo themselves n reaped llko a shock of corn muth in in his season Thero is a diireronco of oninion as to pother tho Orientals know anything ui tho corn as It stands in our fiolds t recent discoveries havo found out t tho Hebrews know nit nbout In- mairo for thero havo been grains corn picked up out of ancient orypts w cxnumed from hiding places whoro y wcro put down many centuries and thoy havo been planted in our and havo como up just such Indian a wo raiso in JNow York and J o I am right when I say tlmt my ttnay rofer to a shock of corn just as and I bound It just as you and I W it just a you and I husked it r may eome soma practical and zoruu ltaaoua to iul our aoula ranged that tho ear and husk shall part and that is tho way he has arranged that tho body and soul shall separate You can afford to have your physical distresses when you know that they aro only forwarding tho souls liberation Every rheumatic pain is only a plunge of the husking peg Every neuralgic twinge is only a twist by tho busker Thero is gold in you that must come out Somo way the shackle must bo broken Somo way the ship must be launched for heavenly voyage You must let the Heavenly Husbandman husk off tho mortality from tho Thero ought to bo immortnlit groat consolation in this for all who havo chronic ailments sinco the Hord is gradually and nioro mildly taking away from you that which hin Â¬ ders your souls liberation doing grad- Â¬ ually for you what for many of us in robust health perhaps Ho will do In ono fell blow at tho last At tho close of every illness at the closo of every par Â¬ oxysm you ought to say Thank God that Is all past now thank God 1 will never havo to suffer that again thank God I am so much nearer tho hour of You will never suffer tho liberation same pain twice You may havo a now pain in an old place but never tho same pain twice Tho pain docs its work and then it dies Just so many plunges of tho crow bar to froo tho quarry stone for tho bulldiug Just so many strokes of tho chisel to complete tho statue Just so many pangs to separate tho soul from tho You who have chronic ailments body and disorders nro only paying in in Â¬ stallments that which some of us will havo tp pay in ono payment whori wo pay tho dobt of nature Thank God therefore yo who have chronic dis- Â¬ orders that you havo so much less suf- Â¬ fering at tho last Thank God that you will havo so much less to feel in tho way of pain at tho hands of the Heaven- Â¬ ly Husbandman when tho shook of corn comoth in his senson Perhaps now this may bo nn answor to a question which I asked ono SabÂ¬ bath morning but did not answer Why it is that so many really good pcoplo havo so dreadfully to suffer You of- Â¬ ten find a goad man with enough pains and aches and distresses you would think to diftciplino a whole colony whil you will find a man who is per going about with easy fectly uMle digestion and atcady serve and akinlng health and hi exit from tho yrorld is do yilnl s oomparatiraly How in in his season Of course the husking time made rough work with the ear of corn The husking peg had to be thrust in and the hard thumb of the busker had to come down on tho swathing of tho car and then thero was a pull and there was a ruthless tearing and then a com- Â¬ plete snapping off before the corn was free and if tho husk could have spoken it would havo said Why do you lacer- Â¬ ate me Why do you wrench me Ah my friends that is the way God has arÂ¬ Well 1 notleod ooa halt Paul HtaktMg o aeewmnVtoa PERSONAL AND LlTIRAHY In tho husking time that the husk Â¬ over the most ordinary preaefcec oi ing peg was thrust into tho corn and righteousness Namaan captain of the Mr Morlpy Robert the Britfaft then thero must bo a stout pull bofon Syrian hosts no moro honored than the Btory wrltcr Is working as a laborsfes tho swathing was taken off tho oar and captlvo maid who told him where to get the London docks to get tho full round healthy luxuriant corn a good doctor color He is said to be an sW O my soul what a country was developed while on tho othor The zable fig are in hi overalls vtm paw m t hand thero was corn that hardly humblest man a king The poor- smeared on Ills hands and 4nti scorned worth husking Wo threw that est woman a queen Tho meanest utnnc- marxs oifcwio a jSJWTSfjk into a plnco all by itsolf and wo called houso a palace Tho shortest lifetime work that falls to theretwn Urn lot of it nubbins Somo of it was mildewed an eternity And what is moro strange shoreman and somo of it waa mico nlbblcd and about it all is wo may got there Not The crown nrinco of Italy aeeoMh romo of it was great promlso and no I says somo ono standing back untlor panled by four friends and Ruble a fulfillment all cobs and no corn Nub Â¬ tho galleries Yes you Not I saya cended tho lattorhorn fromXrwatt bins After tho good com had been somo ono who has not been in church rcceutly Tho trip was inado in sixÂ¬ driven up to tho bnrn wo came around for llftoon years before Not I said teen with tho corn basket and wo picked up somo ono who has boon for fifty yoars Broil hoursthotho partv descending to On filling up his Hfo with all kinds of prlncoR party top nf tho mountahTtW theso nubbins mot- two othor caravan TI103 wero worth saving but not wickedness Yes 3011 so that twentythreo persons wore on worth much So all round us thero aro Thoro nro monopolies on earth mo people who amount to comparatively nopolistic railroads and monopolistic tho summit at the same timo Thomas Lincoln who llvos in Foun nothing They dovolop into no kind of tokgraph companies and monopolistic ono grain doalcrs but no monopolies in re- Â¬ tain Green township In Illinois Is a cou- Â¬ usefulness Thoy aro nibbled on side by tho world and nibbled on tho ligion All who want to bo saved may sin of tho Inmontcd president He I than other sldo by tho devil and mildewed bo saved without money nnd without moro things nighty years old One of tho thnt mnko him notable is Â¬ all over Great promise and no fulfill price Salvation by tho Lord Jesus that ho possesses ono of tho finest par-ment All cobs and no corn Nubbinsl Christ for all the people Of course uso They are worth saving I suppose many common son so in this mnttor You onn traits of Lincoln extant It is of life of them will got to Hoaven but thoy not expect to got to Charleston by talc size In oil nnd was painted In Spring- Â¬ A aro not worthy to bo mentioned m tho ing tho ship for Portland aud you can field 111 in lSflO by an artist of local A 4 same day with those who went through not got to Hcavon by going In opposite celobrit3 Lord Tcnn3son Is tho eighth poet kingdom of direction Heliovo in tho Lord Jesus great tribulation into tho our God Christ and thou tshalt bo saved Through laureate burled In Westminster ubbtw Who would not rather have tho pains that one gato of pardon nnd ponoo all Tho other seven aro Chaucer Skelton Spenser Jonson Davenant Hrydcn of this life the misfortunes of this life tho race ma3 go In and Rowe Thoro aro monuments to who would not rather bo torn and Hut sa3s somo one do 3011 really wounded and lacerated and wrenched think I would bo at homo in that su several of tho other laureates In the and husked and at last go lu amid tho pernatural soelot3 If I should reach It1 abbey Including Thomas Shadwoll very best grain of the granary than to 1 think 3011 would I know 3011 would who wns burled at Chelsea Sou thoy bo pronounced not worth huskinc at I remember that in tho husking time whoso remains wore interred nt Kes Â¬ all Nubbins in other words I want there was great eqiuillty of fooling wick and Wordsworth whoso dust lies to say to you people who havo distress among tho neighbors There at one in Grasmoro churchyard When Thackeray was about flvo of body and distress in business and corn shock a farmer would bo at work distress of all sorts the Lord has not who owned 20l acres of ground Tho years of age his aunt discovered tho any grudge against you It Is not man whom ho was talking with at tho child one morning parading about in is complimentary next corn shock owned but thirty acres his uncles lint which exnotby fitted derogatory it Whom the Lord loveth Ho chasten of ground and perhaps all that covered him Fearing somoabnormal and dan Â¬ eth and it is proof positive that there b3 a mortgage That evening at tho gerous devolopment of the brntn sho is something valuable in you or the close of tho husking clay ono man drovo carried him at oueo to it famous plrysl Lord would not havo husked you home a roan span so frisl3 so full of clan of tho day who Is reported to havo You remember also that in tho timo life they got their feet over tho traces said Pont be afraid madam hu has a large head but theres a good deal in of husking it was a neighborhood re The other man walked home His bruin when ho died flfty union Uy tho great Jlrc plnco in the Great difference in education groat it winter tho fires roaring around tho dilVorenco in worldly means but I no- Â¬ thrco years later weighed Uft3olght glorified backlogs on tho old fashioned ticed nt the husking time the3 all aud a half ounces hearth of which the modern stoves and seemed to onjov each others society Louis Phillppo and Queen Victoria registers are only the degenerate de- Â¬ The3 did not aslc any man how much wore once walking in tho garden utEu scendants the farmers used to gather properly ho owned or what his educa Â¬ when he offered her a peach The and spend the evening and thero would tion had been TI1C3 all seemed to bo queen scouted rather embarrassed how be much sociality but it was not 11113 happ3 together In those good times to skin it when Louis Phillppo took a thing like the joy of tho husking time And so it will bo in Heaven Our Father largo clasp knife from lilu pocket for then all the farmers came and they will gather His children around Him When a man has been ipoor devil enmo in tho very best humor and thoy and the neighbors will como in and tho llko myself ho said obliged to live came from beyond meadow and thoy past will bo rehearsed And somo ono on forty sous n di3 ho always carries came from beyond tho brook and they will tell of vietor3 and wo will all cule a knife I might havo dispensed with came from regions two and three miles brute It It for tho last two 3ears Still I do around And some ono will tell of great not wish to lose tho habit ono does Good spirits reigned supreme and struggle aud we will all praiso tho not know what nia3 happen thero were great handshakings and grace that fetched him out of it And HUMOROUS thero was carnival and there was the somo ono will say Hero is ra3 old recital of tho brightest experience of all father that I put away with heart You say that the Mr Clover their lives and there was a neighbor break just look at him ho is as 3011 ng text wns from Timotlry Now what hood reunion the memory of which as 11113 of lls And somo ono will say was it about Oh Littlo Tom makes all the nerves of my body trem- Â¬ Hero is 1113 darling child thnt 1 burled dont know but I sposo It wasboutI ble with emotion as the spirits of a harp In Greenwood and all the af tor years makin ha3 while tho sun shines when the fingers of a player havo swept of 1113 life wero shadowed with tho chords Tho husking timo was tho desolation just look at her She I So the sarcastic theater manager time of the neighborhood reunion and doesnt seem as if sho had boon tiiliit rid wnsn so Hea7eu will bo just that Thero sick a minute Great soclabillt3 Great said 3our comic opera ho good as Strauss did Yes tho Thoy slept in tho old neighborhood kindness Go in nnd they come up copied from idiot Why half village churchyard Thero they como dine What though John Milton sit Strauss operas of It I myself Chicago up They reclined amid tho fountains down on ono sldo and John Howard sit and the sculpturo and the parterres of down on the other side No oinburrass Theres one satisfactory thing about a city cemetery Thero they como up merit What though Charlotta Eliza- Â¬ betting on politics Every man may Â¬ They went down when tho ship found- beth sit down on ono bide and Hannah Moro sit down on tho other ered off Capo Hattcras No em- Â¬ Invest his money with tho assurance They come up from all sides from barrassment A monarch jourself wli3 that should ho loso ho will receive tho potters field and out of tho solid ma- Â¬ bo embarrassed among monarchs A sanio returns as tho man who wins sonry of Westminster Abbey They songster yourself why bo embarrassed Boston Transcript Young Gentleman drops on his come up They come up All tho hin- Â¬ among glorified songsters Go in and knees at the feet of a lutly M3 dear to their bettor nature husked dine drances our respective fathers hav- - off All their spiritual despondencies All tho shocks of corn coming in ii MlssX Oh yes in their season Ing como to terms on tho 11101103 qucs- - f husked off All their hindrances to use Â¬ their season fulness husked off Tho grain tho Not ono of 3ou having died too soon or tlon I now venture to inform 3011 thnt j Saphlrs golden grain the God fashioned grain having died too late or having died at IlOV e you to distraction WlUblatt visible and conspicuous Some of them haphazard Planted at just tho right Mrs Hicks There Is ono thing on earth wero such disagreeable Chris- timo plowod at just tho rigt time cut about a man I never could understand tians you could hardly stand in their down at just tho right time Mr IHeks What Is that presence Now in Heaven they aro so Mrs Husked just at tho right time Gar- Â¬ Wly ho chains up his watch know them Tho nered at just tho right time Coming Hicks radiant 3011 hardl3 faet is all their Imperfections have boon in in 3our soason Oh I wish that tho and spectacles and gives his collar-butto- n the freedom of the whole house husked off Thc3 did not mean on two billion bushels of corn now in tho fiolds or on their W113 to tho seaboard N Y Herald earth to be disagreeable They meant well enough but they might be a t3po of tho grand yield of -T- eacher Now Willie take tho told you how sick yon looked and U1C3 honor and glor3 nnd immortality when pointer and go to tho map Put tho end told 3ou how ma 113 hard things U103 all tho shockH como in of tho pointer on Chicago Willie I had heard about you and U103 told cant sir Teacher Cant Why not Value ur tho Shilling In 1000 Willie The pointer isnt long enough 3ou how often they had to stand up for Wo know that in ShnkespearoB day to in somo battles until 3011 wished 3ou reach from horo to Chicago sir almost that they had been slain in somo sa3 A D 1000 kl a day was a fortuno Harpers Bazar of the battles Good pious consecrated for any worklngman say tho equivalent Somo Strong Guest to waiter woll nieaning disagreeables Now In of 10 per annum A century oarlier buttor please Hog your Walter Hoaven all their offenslvoness lias been before the access to America was open pardon sir Sony rlr buttor is out husked off Each ono is ns happy us ho to English explorers ono of the anions sir Customor I might havo expect can be Ever3ono ho meets as happy as of Warwickshire loft nn annuity of lOs ed as much as long as Pvo boon board- Â¬ per annum to a younger son probably ing horo When do ho can be 3011 expect it back Heaven ono great neighborhood rc tho poets great granduncle Then if Dcs Moines Argonaut inion All kings and queens all song Oct a day would now bo tho equivalent I haint goln to try that stors all millionaires all banqueters to JOb a weok then 10s per annum about countin twenty when you rule are God tho father with His children all would cquato to 120 of present values said Willie to hls innd any more around Him No goad by in all tho Valid facts in minor details can bo tnothor And why not my son J air No grave cut in all tho hills gleaned from tho lato Prof Thorold HeonuBc TImmv Bobbs thrun a stone at Histor3 of Agriculture and Klvor of crystal rolling over bed of Rogers mo to day an boforo Igot to fifteen he Notes and Queries Prices poarl under arch of chrysopruse into nm run away an I couldnt Hole him Stand seas of glass mingled with fire Tho stor3 goes that a man wroto to Buffalo Express at tho gato of tho granary and boo thp tho editor of a horticultural paper ask Â¬ Tho Verdant grain como in out of tho frosts into tho ing what plant would bo sultablo ad Â¬ over Too said sentimentally summer k ho to his best biuishine out of the darkness into ditions to tho dried grnsses for winter girl now como tho long dreary days the light out of tho toaring and tho ornaments Tho editor replied I novor feel at beat la ripping and tho twisting and tho Acroollnlum rosoum A album Gom of winter Never mind dearmynhe anwinter wrenching and lacerating and tho phrcna globusa and O globosa enmco you will como out in the Tip husking timo of earth into tho wldo When tho man read this ho fairly swered e spring liko tho leaves uIaw AR open door of tho kings granary liko boiled over with rhgo and immediate 4 vaai iiu JiuiHiuvuvu iiimvmuiuw if in in his sea- Â¬ as a shock of corn comoth lysontanoto ordering his paper to bo and green sho oxplalued sweetly and S son discontinued Ho nvorrcd that an editor thou a chunk of alienee seemed to lal Yos Heaven is a great sociable with who sworo in that way just because joy of tho husking time No ono thero ho was asked a slmplo question should upon them Detroit Free Pre Thoughtful ladeed Hooper feeling so big ho declines to speak to havo no support from him Washing Â¬ Never too old for Ue ofoy tho elrous is not so large Arch- Â¬ ton somo ono that Hatchet eh Woodr Woods oohakiV chs angel willing to listen to smallest iiiiimi I dout care anything about H How Valunblo His Services Must ly cherub No bolting of tho door of casto ioioobody very at ono Heavenly mansion to keep out Be Chawlie Mr Ribbon la aoff on myself j Hooper J had too6Mllh thai yoar hoyT the boy No kind man He said I might go tho citizen of a smaller mansion Wll r no my boy I out In one corner whispering about my vacation ami ltow long1 do yon sup Woods clique now and so I a clique la another corner David tak Â¬ poee he said I Might stay away Uim in the country We wero all Height I eant tfieea Cliawlle He hroaght a neigh ing non of the airs of a fiaat killer aid I might stay m loaf m X pleased young onoa Hooftfi and I kaew too Joahtta making no one Halt until he V enjoy 1 snitoe ma- f mm weiw ip lsvva aHV em yoa explain that f r H hUtV 1 - - Hi T h II i Â¬ Â¬ -- - iim -- j wfl fl iVl doi - 4- ht f ji P - h vs 1 BB5 O And Tells of Strange Things He Saw In a Vision Editor iriXOHROOOPER mm Lkr City Wolfe county Inn 0 EzKii Jan 0 Moreover tho spirit of OF j Mm Mahulu Elam near tins place who American politics continued to instruct pasted away from this lifo Innt Thurwlay me and in the last days of the reign of evening Ichvch h liont of friends to mourn Ben the Omega while I lay upon my 8 her I ono couch in the night time I saw in a vision Tho engine of the Htcam mill at thitt a xreut and turbulent river with foam place that wan taken to May town to Iks ing waves rolling high and roaring with repaired Una been returned and will be a great noise and its course whs through TO CLOSK PAltTXEKSIIlP ready again this week for business tho whole earth and I said what Is meant By the way Home of our boys is it by the river And the spirit ydd it was AiJB nconlnt and 15 gwineto get cm onen piece You and I heard anationsonstrivimr lor rulec Oil tho north side ot noise had better bet they dont want anything HAZEL GREEN KY the river and I looked andsawa creature FLOYD DAY junior member of the firm of J T Day Co has decided to Jan 13 1893 said about em who lias been n longsuf of great size como up out of the water John Tolcflon on to the dry laud having the body of a withdraw from tho firm on account or his business engagements at Clay City and forer died last week Ho leaves a wife porcupine and tho head and neck of a along the K l R R The said firm will therefore bo dissolved bv CURRENT NEWS AND COMMENT and live children to mourn bin loss goose Tho spikes on the body wero of other points Good old Too goes into tho mill very great length and size and I was mutual agreement at an eariy date or so soon as the necessary arrangements caii afraid of tho monster but the spirit said be made II C Evans of Chnttnnoogn hus business here thin morning William Holiday of Wbito Oak Is be not afraid for the creature cannot find i jupfc boon nppointod Firat AsaiBtnnl All the business of the firm must now bo closed tin nnl n a n you as it is blind And I said what is it visiting at thin plage step toward it wo will oiler for sale on the above day and dato nn Postmaster Gonorul and why is it blind And the spirit said o Rev W L Lacy preached here Satur- its name is Republicanism Just then the Fair Grounds in Hazel Green tho following nroncrtv towit Our rlnlimi O 0 day and Sunday I saw a man among the spikes of the The Diuivillo Advocuto is now Logan Lindon opened a select school creature and ho was pulling the spikes to published as a tri wookly and ia hero this morning By And By still greater length and tho creature witr BOY gled and grunted much and the mails ono of tho apiciost oxchangos that UASSYMOKOAN COUNTY OUISTS face glittered like new tin and ho reroaches our sanctum TQECXJF Q33JST And buked the creature and spoke great swello Grassy Crkkk Jan 9 Married o o ing words saying you must bear it and This stock is known by reputation throughout the to Mm after two years you will see the beauty The best Jack in Kentucky John G Oakmblk will cortainly On Dec 22nd Ilurbert Nickcll John Ella Uillispie Attendants were E of it And I said who is the man and mountain and blue grass counties Their breeding is sveund to none Also accopt tlio Socrotary of tho Troas Nickcll and Lou Ellen Caskey Taud what is thcbo quills or spikes for And 14 head ot 3 and 4 y o Mules ury is tho last nows wo liavo from Nickel I and Bowi Caskey lie v Isaac tho spirit said the man is Billey McKin Murphy officiated Mav thoy live lone ley and lie is UBing the spikes for 1 3 yenr old Post J3oy horse pro Â¬ Washington and it seems authen Â¬ and Ikj happy and may their pathway tection and as for tho eyes being out tic onough AVho will bo his sue ever be strewn with flowers 1 J -- year old Post Boy filly the creature made war in 1810 with a Died At her residence on Blackwater Democratic roomer and tho rooster spurrcossor r VCr oU1 flno lllO0l0I mnre o Morgan county Jan 7th Mrs Susan ed him in tho left eye putting it out o o Maniiin aged 100 years and some days in at Chicago monstor l v Post y- Oun nowspaior friends who have Aunt Sooky as she was familarly known Then in 1SUJ put tarifl salt tho tho rooattempted to on M7 HailfT 11 nr nn i j v tvcn win urn- - iiuui sa ytlll- sters tail that he might got him but the recently manifostod an interest in was loved by all who knew her rooster our proforment for tho position of Jmmii Roberts living on Cnncy had So the let him have it in the other eye ing rich in color fine style creature seeketh some ono to lead tho misfortune on the 1st inst to tret ir jti vm yjij Mastor Coinmissionor will ever bo his liouso burned and all its UVftWttTruck Nil c ps MronL- - Pnvfc contents and him but findetb him not And I noticed O gratofully roniembored Such lit U00 in money The house was insured that the bead and bill of the creature N4V tuVy T TT 11- ans I -ivini was the embodiment of great strength mmnwiV Jiuirsrics cce liar- for 700 tlo tokens of kindnoss mako us fool and force and the bill all time point Rev W L Gevcdon and others have ed toward tho north like the needle of a ness double and single and all rigging and fixtures neces Â¬ lifo is still worth living tho that been holding quite a protracted meeting compass and I said why is o this and the sary in training horses on tho Long brunch for tho past two spirit said because o o there is no attraction Joiin M Atheuton tho big weeks Let the good work go on It will be remembered that we have done an unlimited crediting in tho south for a forco bill Then the Frank Havens of Omer is on the sick monster seemed to bo very sick even wliisky man it is now understood business and have a large outstanding debt which must be closed his father in unto its will bo a candidato for tho United list at near this place laws Calvin Stam sick on thodeath and it strecthed a neck All pnrties indebted to us either by nolo or account must call and settle Those pers ground and I saw out lump States Sonato to succeed Carlisle come up in the neck and tiic appcarence having open accounts nro in particular requested to come forward and closo them DiedOn tho fth inst at tho resi- was like a serpent when ho hath swal up at once otherwise we will be forced to placo your notes and accounts in the But Hon W C P Brockinridgo dence of Samuel Cecil Golda Florence lowed a toad And presently the creat hands of an officer Wo hoa have an overstock of a great many lines of goods should bo tho man if ho wants it Henry of croup uro spewed up n man who wiggled about which we will sell for Cash or Produce without regard to original cost but Caleb Williams has been employed in the dust short time If not Judft Win Lindsay or clerk in tho store of Goodpater Stamas ghost and I asaid who isand gave up the not and will not sell any more goods on time until the business of this we can firm is the man ami soino other good man should havo per ui una piace closed and tho dissolution fully completed what was the matter And the spirit it Miss Ellen Williams of this place is said that is Ethan Spike Ilo proved to 4- o visiting friends and relatives on Caney bo a hyocrit as sometimes he claimed to o o Republican at other times a The probablo acceptance of tho Born To tho wifo of Cyrus Perry a bo a from Spoonervillo Ho alsoDemo- Will be Twelve 12 monthstime with approved security for all sums over 2 crat gave Busy Bee girl Troasury portfolio by Sonator John out that himself was some great ono and Twenty five Dollars under that amount cash in hand Respectfully c decieved many and on account of his ST IIIXKNS SAYINGS G CarliBlo brings to tho front tho W - 4eBsiafSl -- GOUKTYAHOIIEieHBORHqOD MEWS BLURT AGAIN BLURTS Lik CITV IOCAH PUJESJUiJIlC Horse -- S JUL IE 13 i Vial le -- tJJ1 Wednesday Fetaiy Friday Â¬ i yvsBHb POST I COLD DUST STALLIONS Â¬ Â¬ JKQRGST Â¬ IM BSMi WmwB - l 1 ft1 nmL smmmmmsssu I wmmwmim ioa Â¬ Â¬ 0t Â¬ Â¬ fact that but throo Kentuckians havo horotoforo boon so honored Thoy woro Goorgo M Bibb under Prosidont Tylor James Guthrio undor Piorco and Gon Bristow undor Grani o o o The sorioiis illnosas of Jamos G Blaino is again reported from Washington and with tho last ro porl comos tho announcomont that his intimato family no longer hope for his rocovery A closo porsonal friend of tho sick man says Mr Blaino has not had a connected thought for thirty days past Ilo thinks tho ond is noar and says tho pationt long sinco roalized it whon ho sent for Dr I S Hnmin pastor of tho Presbytorian Church of tho Covonant The minister prayed by his bodsido and has sinco visited tho sick room several li mos A nation hourly watches anxiously for nows and tho hearts of 00000 people throb in sympathy with tho distinguished sufierer o Leo county Jan 9 Circuit court is in session at Beattyville Tho grand jury found an indictment of murder against Grant Godfrey and Jim Serivner col for tho kilirng of D B Word col at Beattyville sometime since Godfrey has been tried and sen tenced for lifo in the State prison Tho trial of Scrivnor will communco this week W II Simms and lady gave a nico turkoy dinner last Sunday Quito a number of our towns folk were invited including your correspondent but owing to the inclemency of tho weather we could not attend In an articlo so mo time ago wo stated that Miss Lizzie McEwan was engaged to teach school here Wo havo learned sinco that Miss Pattie Wilson is going to teach II C Duff Potter of Chavics Perry county was in our midst Inst week on routo toBcattyvillo to attend court Tom Maunin was fined 50 for Sabbath breaking Inst week and Jack Duengaii was lined ib tor concealed weapons D B Hobbs has just returned from Frankfort where he has been as a witness Â¬ St Helens political gossiping tho people called him Ethan the Quidnunce Such characters are indigestablo Romember Jonah Then I saw somo Peoples party folks carrying farming tools such as axes scythes hoes c approach the monster and they cut off its bead and neck close to the body They also cut off all the quills or spikes feet and tail and when it was finished it very much resembled an egg in tact they considered it as such and they prepared a groat nest platform ond rolled the egg into it and sent for Weaver the Oologist to hatch the egg But when ho came he was too small to fit the nest and do tho egg justice Now you know these folks havo a knack at making a great spread over their doings so thev inflated Weaver with political gas till ho was the required size and he entered upon his task It will require about four years to hatch tho egg They will then select a name for their new creature of destiny Â¬ Â¬ J T r AY i fe CO A VALUABLE FARM TJE JIYTOWJ J1L CO county Ivy containing Is running constantly and doing the best o work at the lowest prices aneeiai accommodations tor customers As agent of the owner I oiler for sale at from n distance private contract a valuable farm in Morgan Without detriiment to our home trade FOR SALE BlUHT Green on the road leading from Uctlisnlein p e ticm nml Imvc no demand l church to WcM Liberty and is onlv one- tUr tradehalf mile from the church building Ad- - or liem joining the phee is the public school build- THF MAYTlMM Mil ing for the district There is 110 amin I i III wiin iiiiuu uui uv jrmvr in gmiiii repair ami a s r W W MANKEMannger good barn Ux JO feet bixty acres ot the laud is cleared and the t remainder covered with a virgin forest of 10MBS HOUSR i Oak Tine Poplar etc v KjAML iUIS TY I here i Nasi rhiHiltwIl nfii Minr and a young orchard of r0 bearing apple trees on S S COMBS Pnoi MCTOK the place win J the place WOO in cash The itiitriimiiro f H ali iijiiauce in oneand two venr lll w ith eijiinl notes at per cent w ell hecured respectfully solicited Table the best and further partieularj address every attention to the comfort of guests I lL ttZZ 5 JT No Bids Offered for Bad Rolls ti rJ t i -- lll Siww 1 tnlt iitvw The School resumes work on llael 1 dreen Kv in court Thomas Bush killed a largo wildcat at Grav Bend last week Tho Kentucky river has been frozo over for soveral days LOUKKA PA linnnflff o i n Imik officials withdrew the roward 18000 ofYorod for tho fugitives Mr O Griffin The nows reached Louisvillo tho man whoE resitles atn prominentNhorso uary iMnl Minetto Y lutfor part of last weok that Wm writes as follows About three mouths Uur departments are all complete Our Teachers H Pope tho dof mil ling toiler ago I sent to you for a trial box of ern Kentucky Cotiroe ib the best in Kinst Quinns Ointment After applying acof tho Louisvillo City National cording to directions I found that it Our llusincsN Course h the Iks In he found outsidu ot regular business collcgeo Bunk was undor arrest at Starko had stopped the growth and killed a and the rates of tuition nro much less only I hi no spavin on a two 2 per can take auv FIh Tho vice prosidont of tho Furthermore tho mildness year old colt studies month and you without extra other von may desire cost of this remedy Hoarding at the Academy Hume 2 per bAuk and Doteotivo Daily at onco is highly remarkable and for removing week bunches other blemishes left for tho placo whoro thoy had Ointment andthe best preparation Quinns Tuition 2 per month is I know Mindo instrumental SOe vocal 25c a h long talk with tho man Ho of Horsemen who desire a wonderful lesson WM H CORD Principal resemblod tho man thoy wanted succera for removing blemishes should use Quinns Ointment Trinl box will in ninny particulars but was not bo sent upon receipt of 25 cents silver or Pope Tho gonllomon at onco ro stamps Kcgular sire vloi delivered Addros W Co Eddy turiied to Louisvillo and a very N Y unlessliyou can obtain Whitehall from your uigniftcontoireumstance is that tho drugglstFor salo by Roso Jones And nil who would retain it should consult Â¬ o A Wonderful Success nm now prepared to cut fit and make dresses and otjier garments in the latest style Satisfaction guaranteed and prices Many new pupils will enroll then and reasonable Also teach the art of cutting that is the best time to enter as the duilv and fitting by elmr Itespectftilly schedule will be changed Do not waft Mils iv v until the beginning of the third term Jan1 Â¬ Januanj 2 1 laoniuimuio Urnnnmnfrinn UlODQIipiiy A inj aviu L4l ArroitKiY-AT-LACAMPTON W KY n practice in the courts of Wolfe mid the joining counties All business entrusted rcare will receive prompt attention niv fTIHE HERA Ml i - nlv wy cw ino time to subscribe v 1 vnr ju nwl Vv it J TAYLOR DAY FLOYD DAY U T MI k CO N holesale and Itetail Dealers in weiaitettte HAZEL GREKN KY IGHSE A Letter From A Promineut Louisville -- jirreat Ia ho tho man aftor all DKAIKR IN Loup villk Kv April 22 1892 Webb Fourth and and ia tho bank working a sohomo Messrs DnlJols SPECTACLES I to bout tho orange land sherilT out Jellerson myCitv Gentlkmbk for sel dom use Kltctropolso now the DIAMONDS of hiri rownrd Tho suddenness reasou that I havo little requirement for it but occasionally try it with eood effect with which tho rownrd whs with h irtnlntaliitiiar nnrinul vltalilu Tlra JEWELRY jdlfcwn isHlittlo iMWuliur to BHy j years ago when I first tried it I was a M3 111 WATCHES tfc Poiw got kwhv wth1wlworncwbclpliUctloi rwt and I believed then as I North Vvvvm Strkkt f wiioik8i5s 1111 lirtH yonra ago unci ido now that it wa of positive service to iiOWlt A 7PVQX LEXINGTON KY very rwnecHuiiy it tftt Jflorida hie s not him ho a nqproiontoa oy m T H LixpeKhkrokb KtiU atltie ml nwybo aiHMuliny teftTke best mallttt in the PUte is with Vm Merchaats Nut Iknk this hHe Mad nrhHNi h evvrythlaic th bu tfItfe m tome tmny olim COjMtfe bookfree kwMt Cull wa urn wkea ia JxInxUin Â¬ Banker OTIS W SNYDER Largest Stock and Lowest Prices of any lioiwo in Knstorn Ken tiuky Live Stock Saw Logs school Claims and Country Pro once tukon in exchange for goods or on notes and accounts - FEDER SILBERBERG I Tirlret CINCINNATI llfllWiniPliffj A mMM AH IS F BRINKLrv MAN CO O r FAIT IllKIW TLY EXE- - 1 JOB PRINTlNGSil111 your ordr m V m v n if1 Uvortlseincnts ADVERTISING KATES TBAN81KNT iimh J Inserted for ksn tlmn 3 rttths will we 75 cntts an men lor mo nm BrUoti hih 23 ccntB an Inch lor cacn nubMHt Insertion 8TASDIN0 AnVKKTIfKMKSTR f ft fee 1 Inches 12 month 7 50 i BchCB n 12 SO 15 00 4lnohc IS 75 22 00 25 00 FilHchc 6 inohes AdJreHB SPENCER coorFn oifico Hnzul Green Ky Old papors for salo at 20 per 100 at this Tho Wolfo Circuit Court will bo gin on Monday next 1 t I I I i Potor E Gullott on lied rivor has pnoumonia fovor is sick with catarrluil fovor Goo W Nickell of Lucy Crook I 15 I E fc Ks I 1 I m It I E m K ber of tho Presbyterian church who lias been and in all relations of life wife Mrs B G Jones quite ill for sometime is improv- Â¬ mother and noighbor an exem Â¬ plary christian The nows of her ing death will bo road horo with pro Â¬ Wes Isom the colored porter at found regret for nearly all of our tho Day Houso is quito sick with citizens had tho pleasure of her fovor acquaintance and nono knew hor twin infant girl of W W but to lovo her Tho Ringo and wife died Wednesday The following pupils from a dis Â¬ nigUfcpTan 1 1th tance havo enrolled recently at the Ton Hr oUh lifilo trirl Mnrv has Academy Charlos and Morgan Dr Taulbee French Charles Welch Eugene intormittant fever Atkinson Miss Sullio French and is uttonding her Miss Anna Conloe Stanton W L Dr Taulbee roporta tho birth of Hammond Hager D M Keeton tT B a girl Cox Taulbee to tho wife of Lvkins and J I Allen Tolivor Alonzo Clark of White Oak J P Salvor and J S Adams Lickburg A C Jones Tim 1Tji7nl firnnn mill is now William Stophonson and Miss Lizio Tipton Daysborough Har Â¬ custom grinding Saturday den Hurst Paxton Henry Mur- Â¬ C F Kash Tolivor Thomas Troy book keeper for phy and Uncle Joo Aniyx one of the old Â¬ Clay City and other points est citizens of our county and and wido as a land sur- Â¬ Mrs John II Campbell who has known far veyor in years gono by diod at his boon sick with rhoumatism for a residence in this county on Satur Â¬ month or moro is improving day morning last of catarrh of the Wo are not informed as A long lottor from Leo City is stomach unavoidably crowded out of this to his age but ho was quito an old man and has been in feoblo health issue but will appear noxt wook for a long time Ho leaves a wifo Row James M Little has niovod and a largo family of children into town and occupies tho proper- Â¬ grown to mourn his doath ty recon tly vacated by Josh De This is protty good Representa Â¬ husk tive Kendall to tho Courier-JournEvery county in tho mountains My part of correspondent should bo represented at tho Bond tho Stato has never had a Unitod Convention at Lexington on tho States Senator 17th inst But you aro not old enough to oflico W T Swango on Monday had take tho Yes I know that but I would wio iino muro snot which crippuui timo I got it was tho herself a few weeks ago She cost bo by tho gloomy reply Willie 125 W II Debusk and some of his Candidates for assessor should pupils of Ezel will render tho piny avail of the opportunity to an Ruined by Drink at the Hazel nounce for 8 Thoy will never Green Academy on Saturday night havo a better chance tho 14th inst Admission ten cents Proceeds to bo used for tho benefit Alox Lacy of Lacy Crook broth Â¬ school The play is good er of our Vollow townsman A P of the promises to bo well rendorod Lucy has boon quito sick but at and Doors opon at 030 p m Play bo prosont is much better gins at 7 p m al 1892 agod 25 yoars Tho deceased Tho next term at tho Acadomy was a nieco of Mrs Judgo Swango will begin Monduy tho 23rd whom she visited at this placo six years ago and while horo If you want bargains call on Vic about lovo of all our citizens A won tho Bloomfiold Winchester Ky short timo afterward she married a lias our thanks Mr Bosonhoim who with two chil- Â¬ Mrs Ellon Pioratt dren survives hor She was a moir for a poko of nice suusugo STATI KIWS Tho Rtlotition of our retuloraii directed to tho fydvertimment of Gustavus Honabaw a farmor of J T Day Co to bo found in this issuo of our paper To closo tho Christian county whs killed Mon Â¬ partnership tlioy will offer for salo day by tho limb of a falling troo on Fob 15th 1898 their two cele Â¬ Tho daughter of brated stallions Post Boy Jr and Henry Eggloston waH burned to Gold Dust and Gon John Morgan death at Lexington by its clothing concodod to bo tho boat jack in tho igniting at a grate fire Stato Besidos thoso thore aro ov Bollo Suthorland Colroso Spon Â¬ oral other valuable horsos somo cor county has tho distinction of flno mulos and a lot of training boing tho first postmaster appoint Â¬ stable equipmonta This sale olfora ed for Kentucky in 1893 a fino opportunity CHpocially to John 8 Harrison of Chicago somo practical horso trainor and will havo to stand trial at Coving- Â¬ tho right man could mako an in Â¬ dependent fortuno in a short timo ton for the murder of Harry Mc To such a man tho training barn Greovy while on a Bproo Ermine 2 18 j sold at Loxington and track would bo rontod on easy tho Monday for 7700 Tho 48 hoad terms Both tho horses and jack bIiow flno colts and any man sold brought 81085 avorago 048 with a littlo moans and plenty of Our mountain farmors should raiso push could soon establish horo a trotters brooding and training establish- Â¬ Tho destruction at Covington ment equal to any in tho State Nowport and Cincinnati to tho shipping intorosts amounts to From a privato lottor from Mrs 500000 Tons of floating ico sunk Eliza Swango wo loam that Mrs boats bargos and coal Hoots as if Ava Bosonhoim noo Higginboth they woro ogg sholls am diod at Withville Va Dec 27 two-yoar-o- ANOTHER 1 ld BG GUT HT PBICEiS Currys stock which I purchased from the Assignee PRICES ARE NO OBJECT C Hnl loft of E I have oeMi left from E a few goods -- i 4 Â¬ r i - H A J if W CollnrB Currys Prico l 25 Our Price tt it it it tt it it it it 7 T - it m 4 v Mqiih Whito Unlnundriod Shirte 76 Lnundriod Childrona Shirs Waists Mens Night Shirts Mons Youmim Stiff Huts Mons Fur lints now Govornor Mons Soft Huts Wm J Stono tho of Missouri liko his prodocossor Mons Crushor Hats Gov Davo Francis is a native and so is Claude Mons Capo Ovorcoats Kontuckian Govornor of Indiana Matthews tho It is unnocossary to note that both Mons Ail Wool Chinchilla OAorcoats aro Domorats A DiBtant Friond It 125 35 u It It II v tt I 125 49 75 08 05 i i tS M It It 500 200 150 75 275 125 98 48 tt it It it It lions All Mons Fino Suits for your valuable paper for one Our Molls Fino Shoos year I havo takon your papor throo years I had rather road my old homo paper than all tho papers printed in tho Lone Star State With success to The IIehald and R C Lyicins its readers Gatebvillk Texas Jan 4 Mu Spencer Coopeii editor of tho Mens Fino Suits Pleaso find enclosed I Wool Korsoy Ovorcoats Boys Ovorcoats 5 0 7 and 10 yrs old 1500 Our Prico 1000 1250 Cut in Two 1500 850 050 050 750 150 1500 800 2500 1500 j u IIehald 500 800 250 850 395 195 125 l -- t a a jc 21 g rush You will make big money by buying now This grand sale will last fJjj until eveay dollars worth is sold Come early before the M A VIC BLOOM FIELD White Front noxt door to Clark County Bank WINCHESTER il LEADING GLOTHIERi KY 4 t I y ftgj II1 LADIES CLOAKS AT COST i I I 0 M WE WILL PAY 1 FOR tm m JufcfeylNa i I i OF XOllVO HAZEL GREEN A el 3 MARKET PRICES II ANKFUL for the patronage of the your favors wish you and yours A happy happy new year and at the same time desire to announce that Ladies and Misses Cloaks Gents Winter Clothing etc are be closed out this month past and hoping to still further merit i FURS - Is o I i - AND SKINS I OF ALL KINDS eAT G0ST I0K THE GASH This is tho host opportunity you luivo over had to buy Honsonablo goods nt low pricos 5 KX7KXM PF A ILoncy Skins and get your 0 Depot Conic on with your Wholesale Boots and Shoes LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Hazkl G uken Ky May 10 1892 Kentucky ContlguouB to Hazel Green To tho Trndo of Eastorn - GREEN HUFFAKER CO- - Office Near C t M E Tho thormomotor registored 20 ilegreos below zero on Wednesday RENAKER WINCHESTER KY GO a morning How is that for this gloriouHclinmtoof old Kaintuck Mrs John Howorton has our ISr thanks for a cako of nico complex- 1 ion or shavinir soan tho rocoint ot which wo should havo acknowl Sterling Advocate edged somo wooks since One of our townsmen Sponcor Cooper of tho Hazel Gkkkn Hkkam wants to bo Master Commissioner of the Wolfo Circuit Court Ho did valuable sorvico for Judgo Redwine and if tho Judgo was inclined to anothor his sonso of irriititudo would load him to the appointment of Mr Coopor Mt WM B LOGAN Druggist and the citv WINCIIKHTKK KY Mail ordern promptly attended to ami your pntronujju is denied Cull when in BooU djtilm I I I Thoso peoplo who liko to savo Thomas not Troy has callod our attention to money and who is it that does Vic bo delighted to hear that tho fact that it began snowing on will wido awako Win Â¬ DeorSOth and since that time wo Bloomfiold tho is now selling havo had snow with us continu Â¬ chester merchant childrons cloth- Â¬ mens boys and ously ing shoos otc choaper than over k K Mo boforo heard of C Wells of Noosho who moved from this county a Daniel James wife and child number of years ago and a brothor CURES HOTHIHQ BUT PILES to Mrs Lueinda Ingram who ro who woro visiting relatives and ontly moved to Texas died of friends horo ami loft last week for A SURE and CERTAIN CURE hourt failure on Wednesday Jan home are now at Mt Sterling known fer IOyr as the REST Mrs Jiimoa and tho baby havo REMEDY FOR PILE 4in monsles and aro under tho treatÂ¬ IWrr4liRirMlHBWXTAYlWKMR CO TWCIf Tho attention nf our morchants ment of Dr Brook Taulbeo i J- F LOOK HART directed tho advertisomont of I Dingfolder representing J M John Pioratt gives tho following liohiiiHon it Co Lonisville Ky as tho eonsiiH of our town Popu Â¬ wtvMLw tPl pp wff lation Ml hogs 182 j HhoopSO jir mngfoldor sends groeti Inn many friends in this st cattle 88 horses and lmiloH HI 4rrrrrn WAVA KV nd asks thojr future favor dog 12 We have this day completed arrangements with tho above named iirm and will handle their goods in largo quan- Â¬ tities Wo especially invite an inspection by tho morchants as we are prepared to duplicate any and all prices quoted in Louisville Cincinnati or Xnoxville Merchantman buy these goods almost at their doors and savo largo freight bills Wo are prepared at any and all times to furnish these goods All we ask is a in any and every quality sizo and price r r i i An xm i ygm 8 h i x trial xvuaiiuuuiiiij uu i Hazel Green Ky Represented by ED GREEN t - ruiv j j v 1 4 - ft a X TABLERSpil C BUCKEYEIJkE ryyqjry y yvy w w yy v w w w i siattBunyj w yyyytj AT THK OINTMENT -- EWOtlStt KITCttEH Lexington Ky St No 12 W Short Brekfaat from 5 KeKufor Mel 25 CcnU Mel to Order at All Houra M u f from 6 M to 3 1 M 8uppr a M hi 0 A M Dinner from 10 a uu uu a iptcwiv p p m OyHtern Lamb Frlw rirti uitickem from ft A Mto is p m GUI bUiUAniy ryt f - jgMiFkiKMJJiAMmmm4ki rrgprwiwi P JOB PRINTING FIRST CLASS aii eum mil jJfSJ3UiS awj w wv mt At thi m moiKiy KKrRnrrtjK ww o i A iwV LirtL ji y lUfr V iaStlfc flfeeLc Gfreen Herald SPENOEU COOPER PublUher r CHA1TKUIL A RACH JTOK FBKKDOM H Tho tramp of hoofs was now plainly heard cut by tho clank of sabers per haps five or six perhaps a score Cavalry tin scout wlilspored to the girl Probably our scouts possi- Â¬ bly Ho hesitated only a second but she calmly finished for him Averllls If so which way If theyre Yanks thoy aro feeling for our pickets Evan whispered back Thej 11 go east over tho road we came Wo can cut through tho woods road and dodge them in tlio bottom No If they pass us straight for tho Ferry Tho girls whisper was calm but its clear boll like ring carried com mnnd not to be gainsaid The Ferry then if they pass us tho man replied adding quietly Put up that thing IIo noted the motion of her hand testing tho chamber of a pistol and by tho gleam of white skin he dimly saw too that she had drawn tlio gauntlet from her pistol hand Put that up I say If they bo Yanks tliis is a ease Of run not fight Listen for time is short Tlio hoofs were THE VENDETTA IN CORSIOA commander that his prey had been no and misscdi near A CroM Drawn on n Mna Door la Then tho southern woman liko all Warnlns or Death her sisters forgotful of danger of Bolf The cross is a threat of death and of all savo her lovos labor whispered tho Corsican who finds it drawn upon Thank God wo can make tho Ferry his door knows that he must look for now no quarter In tho docrocs forbidding And in answer clear and shrill and the carrying of arms in cortain district loud from the road beyond echoed tho exception is officially made in tho caw neigh of a horse and cro Evans quick of persons notoriously en otat dinim hand could clinch his reared muzzlo tho ltlc roan had answered full and strong Tho vondotta nolthor sleeps not No time to lose now Ono chance knows where It may stop It Is not and only one confined to two porsons Tho quarrels Quick tho woods road Remember of individuals aro taken up by whole south tho stono fence old Ishnm families Not oven collateral branches Quick for yourself I forlittlo Fairfax aro exempt and woman must take And in echo eamo from tho road their chances with tho men Forward Right about Halt Indeed revongo Is more artistically Trot Mahcii comploto when the blow falls upon the Instantly the girl wheeled her horso beautiful and gifted In 1850 ono Josoph trotting rapidly between trees for tho Antoino injured a girl named Sanfran narrow road tho reversed scouting chi Thirty years passed and the story party moving fast towards them was forgotten but August 14 18S0 the guided by tho neigh Onco slio turned nephew of Sanfranchi encountered Ancrying toino on porliaps tho first occasion ho Come Evan you promised had ventured far from his house Ho And tho boy answered cheerily sliot the man down liko a dog Go on Faster for Fairfaxs sake Threatened persons remain shut up adding through his for months or oven years in their Im coming clinched teeth when Ive held them houses built as all Corsican houses back long enough to save jou are liko a fortress If thoy wish to go Tho thunder of close hoofs was oppo- out for a moment to breathe- tlio fresh site tlio scout tho federals now at a air on tho threshold a scout goes before charge strung out as skirmishers along and reconnoitres tho road to horn in their unseen foe In tho district of Sartono bands of Without even a glance he knew that armed men aro sometimes met with in their carbines were unslung and the the road It is a man en Inimite travel Â¬ nind would bring a volley to drop ing from ono village to another The leas From tlio vantage him out of saddle vendetta between tlio Hocchiui and the darkness of his covert lie saw the first Tafan resulted in the death of eleven four dash by straight for tho little persons and the execution of one of tha trail for which thu rirl was making too principal criminals Then came the officer in full career In this extraordinary case two entire and Evnn quickly wheeling his liorse families took to the tnnquis and waged turned in the saddle and fired at the Hy- Â¬ a guerrilla war upon each other Each ing shadows without once twice as in turn was assisted by gendarmerie they came into view Then came a who had made disgraceful halt a rush of quick changed hoofs and bandits in order to effect alliance with their arrests the crisp twigs of the trees about him Contrary to custom somo of thesa hurtled around his ears as six carbines bandits became brigands rule simultaneously spoke that their covey persons outside their quarrels As anever are was flushed Through the snow dimmed by them They aro merely woods he saw them crash lie sitting molested outlaws motionless half turned in saddle liii The ilocchini who was guillotined in left hand firmly feeling the bit 1SSS the first execution in many years His ruse had told lie had drawn off boasted he was only twenty two pursuit from the girl and even then his and had that seven persons with his killed trained ear caught the beat of Hlnzcrs own hand Confident of reprieve ho hoofs upon the hard road behind She continued to regard himself as a hero had gained the trail and a quarter of a until tlio day of his execution mile start Now for himself for the When till hope was gone he sank into foremost federal was within twenty the most abject state of cowardice yards of his still unseen foe which lusted until tho end National A flash of the heavy pistol a sound Iteview betwixt a groan and a roar and the What It Was The Hoston girl was Yankees horse plunged forward to his looking over an architects drawing knees rolling his rider in the snow A A plan What is that she inquired touch of tlio spur a shake of tlio bit and Evans black well trained to that for the back en trance to a residence Ah she remarked an ulterior do kind of work was dashing southward Detroit Free Press at half speed skimming tree trunks sifn desperately close but choosing safest A Druggist Slielbyvflle way wholly uuguided while urged ever says M Piukst Catarrh Cure gives the Intl bc3t Halls by spur and Â¬ Â¬ - ft T BECKYS QUERY Thats k Boldicr nnd a gentleman Consin Caro Evnn said as thoy spun along Good taste too hasnt ho Ton my word lib teamed hard hit and In tho darlc tool And tho light hearted follow laughed as though war woro not and enemies wcro read of only M vK V ww grnndmaramn whon vow woro young AMf grAttflpa dtinioVcourtlnn Did iotlfcol stiro whoii lovo begun Or dltl you Jet 1 slowly como f Did KrandpAglvu you rones fnlr To deck your gown or twlno your hnlrf Did ovcrylwdy whlHpcrj Thcrol The man hnn coma n cotirtlngl Whcn grnudpa ctuno u courtlng AVoro thoro no otlionnultorA nigh To fiud your heart nnd sootho your High Did you not nomotlmufl whimper Why IJ7W people como a a courtlngf dll you know dctr grandmamma Whatoor tho innri was coming for How i X i ft V o How did you know which ono to choosof Did you not trcmblo In your Hhocs Whon grondpti cmno n courtlng And when you choso of nil tho best WunttfM you do with nil tho rest Wcro thoy not ttrriblu dlntrcHt Causa grmulptv cmno n courtlngf Ifow wlscdcnrgrnndmnmmn woro you When grnndpn enman courting Supposo I had n lover too Of courflo It In not really true Whntovcr ever Htiorro I do It oer ono cmno n courting Mury O Hinmons In Uoston midget tOopyrlslit fMMUmMit mpMSM MS- iiy t a in r isox JWI I k7 J hjr eampflre in tho fairy tales Dont bo a goose Evanl Miss Clay rotorted half amused hi spito of her anxiety And dont mako such a noise What a buy you arot Uo you know she added seriously I am really worried alout this news If Gen Job had only been in camp Oh Evan should I miss that boat to night Fairfax may die before I can get over and baekl And poor mother You know how worn and nervous she is with nursing and anxiety Should she chance to hear of Yankees on the road hor fears would conjure up capture prison worse for mo Why coz whats tho uso of borrow- Â¬ ing trouble Seo that fork away to tho left That is but threo miles to tho Ferry and tho horses are as fresh as What is that glow over by tho river to tho right No there Miss Clay broko in pointing impatiently A faint pinkish haze showed dimly through tlio whirling snowilnkes a steamy glow rather than a light Tlio scout gaed steadily In tlio direction awhile then answered placidly Northern lights maybe but Im no dab at astronomy Seems pretty low though Perhaps theres brush afire in that bottom Seo It is a lire the girl replied it expands and falls Evan can it be a z ywymk wwwmm lM sZ eijvi r oi R vv r -jr- illi -ZL a v T7 Nao-- V- bv J II OHA1TBK HAnd I Special Armmitiioiit I JlilnroUCo nmltiitillilioil CONTINUKI to tlio river only reason Miss Clay enmo rescue not have lot mo como unwarned hud he really looked for a raid from the the Carolinian asked suddenly Yesterday at six sir Fauntleroy Clreeno replied that tho general would Whon did this scout Capers como in answered And your pass is dated yesterday Miss Clny 1 - got it at noon tho girl answered raiding quickly as though to avoid nhadow of suspicion of her hero The general was not in camp when wo left IIo and his chief rodeoiV witli Capers an hour after his return Tho snow was beginning to fall more vapidly now though not yet a decided storm Thoy eamo suddenly round a bond in tho road ono misty shadow crossed tho gray gleaming haze before them a sudden change of arms and the oflioer spurred ahead as tho chal- Â¬ lenge rang out Greene bent over his horses neck quickly replied to tlio ser Â¬ geant and next moment tho little party wis galloping by the Hakes falling crisp and cold but more rapidly now and Kvun soldier liko again dropping to the rear What sort of horso did General Stuart ride Greene asked suddenly breaking silence A heavy chestnut with white mane fund tail Miss Clay answered And tho chief of staff rodo a big bay the Carolinian ndded Those liorses woro in front of Gen Hamptons tout when 1 went for final instructions Jrom Col Fraser this morning Faunt- doroy- - ho turned in hissaJdle as tho acoutdrew up speaking less familiarly and with authority in tho tone a half- How mllu beyond is my advance post many miles further lies your Ferry tlio scout replied Seven sir promptly Uml not an hours spin Keep your eyes about you then Thoro may bo Htrangerson the road Miss Clay would prfcfor not to meet All right sir Evan replied conf- Â¬ We both have good oyos idently know every foot of the road and both horses havo good wind Woro as good at running as at fighting sir Hut thank you all tho same And again tlio scout fell to tho rear Will mu nuiiiuv in iwiiw uo iiuuiuivuii iBavo by fitful gusts of river wind that crackled the leafless trees So for sev- Â¬ eral minutes tho two dashed ahead the ground rising into higher bluffs and tho wad widening as tho woods opened more And as tho river wind gained freer play about tho chilled riders it sent tho snowilnkos about their iiotuin softer larger and in dlsudor whirl coating tho ground lightly though not enough to ihulllu the hoofs ringing in unison on tho hard olay Pull up tho ollleer cried suddenly ami as tho other horses fell into slow cantor at the command ho touched his own wth tho spur and turned from the open road Into a clump of trees on tho hilltop The quick oars behind him caught tho ring of arms brought to a ready then quickly back ton carry oj ho reappeared This ojuJh my line ho said to Faun- Â¬ tleroy But Ill ride a bit further wfth you Misat Clay and take a look up tho road On again in silence for ono mile two three Then tlio Carolinian with evi Â¬ dent reluctunoodrov rein Good I can go no further ho said by Miss Clay and God speed your mis- lonl I only hope I may bo again on ptekojt when you come buck with tho 4 - aagidues and hopuiiedan Instant tlia news significantly k Mtng tk94 bT Mr Vanntleroy and jfoodluck o jtrnT Then witk a purtiny gnP of tbt luutd to tcx Uttt oflioer vhekl hl bni uad glioptl bck tw Um AtttrMOBM oouidat iptd nway far b ftwA tin mmfriUratit lintr -- surely no Yanks could camp so near them without our scouts knowledge lly love Cousin Caro I really believe the legion man bus made you nervous Caution and nervousness are not akin as an older soldier would know I Mian Clay retorted rather coldly have too much nt slake to risk any dan Â¬ ger I can avoid Oh Evan I must get to Ualtlmoro to morrow And so you shall my dear brave girl tho boy answered confidently Seo that open hilltop just beyond From tluit we strike the last fork of this trail good road and a short mile down hill to tho Ferry It cant be much past midnight and old Poto has orders to wait till tho very last minute he lirnce up ooz dares before dawn Youve been over this same trail three times And never felt a shadow of doubt before she interrupted adding with a sigh that would come It is because I havo so much more at stake tljau over before Hut it is nearly over thank God Were way beyond our lines and Not much he answered lightly Va IlUT 1ItOM UKHINl TUK THUD OIIKW MCAUKIl OK II00K8 Tho steaming liorses breasted tho hill bravely and reached tho open crest An easy slope led away into a broad whito road now well carpeted with winters wool Just at its foot a narrow belt of trees stretched away to the left leaving tho black river plainly visible from tho bold bluffs to the right and through those trees cut a narrow road dark and dismal through tlio broader gleam of tho snow haze now scarce less light than day There Ellis forlc just ono mile to tho landing cried tho scout as they raced at speed down the sandy slopo and nearly up to tlio bisecting trail tho hoofbeats ringing no longer but thudding dull on tho dampened sand Suddenly with ono impulse both riders wrenched their horses mouths so fiercely as to bring them almost to their haunches Then both sat like statues their necks strained forward ears bent eagorly towards the woods road just ahead In tho dead stillness the deep Â¬ piaiuly heard now a dozen liorses trot- Â¬ ting slowly towards them a dozen sabers jingling merrily against their flanks Listen and remember If they seo us cut straight through these woods for the trail theyro on now Follow it straight south till you strike a rock fence jump that and youre in an old Held where Hlazer can distanco any cavalry horse any Yank owns If I lose you in the dark woods ride to tlio niggers hut across tho field and turn Hlazer loose Tell Ishnm tlio old nig Â¬ ger Marse Evan said to hide you all day and bo sure to get you to the Fer- Â¬ ry at night You understand I do perfectly the girl replied You mean to light them still quietly off while I run All this was quickly spoken in whis- Â¬ pers but clearly distinct on either side The approaching horses had turned into the sandy road trotting east towards them not one hundred yards away For an instant Evan was silent Ho had combated Carolyn Clays will before and knew its strength Then he whis Â¬ pered Promise me Can Remember Hemombor your mother Fairfax It is the only chauce Prom voice Theyre on us There was a choke in the whisper that came back to him ie Hmmmm aagSlL I promise The stillness of death hung over that little lwlt of woods Side by side the southern soldier and the southern girl sat like statues eacli with eye and ear alert and with firm hand upon the rein Like statues the liorses stood their sides scarce heaving now but with forward pricked ears as cognizant of somo dan ger that might come And in that still- Â¬ ness the rustle of snow flake upon crisp leaf was sharp and clear Iloof muflled 13 damp sand of the little ascent the stranger horsemen trot- Â¬ ted nearer still Ghost liko and silent they moved into view a solitary rider in advance tho moony vapor rolling rouud Â¬ the pursuers strung out through the dim woods handicapped by heavier mounts and ignorance of the way yet gallantly pressing after the flying enemy not knowing if lie were one or a dozen Now and again the carbines rang more than one chip of bark Hying near the scouts head and one bullet whis tling close by his ear Hut it was racing aim and the wood was darker than without so Evan stuck to tho shelter as long as he might before striking out into the woods trail IIo was gaining on tho federals too and fainter beat of hoofs in front and fainter still told him that Carolyn Clay was past pursuit was safe at last Into the road bedashed into tlio road soon strung the pursuit and with a yell and touch of both spurs the scout gave tho black his head and raced fo On came of satisfaction Can got plenty of testimo nials ns it cures every one who takes it Druggists soil it 75c Is Â¬ Jkalois bus that in your locked Jnck Jewelers Weekly Mamie whoso portrnlt Colum- Â¬ Mamie m A ouur for nearly all the common Ills Take licocluuifs Pills For sulo by all druggists Si cents Â¬ Â¬ It is n strnngo paradox that fast colors aro colors thai will not run Boston Tran script uP0iTfe freedom Â¬ ho know tho federal hod used the carbine Tho girl had met some olicck was fighting her way through TO UK CONTIVKKO Then straight ahead rang out a dis tant ahot a pistol his trained ear told Evan and his heart grew as lead for Â¬ him iiiiiifvr m ii s lUfT Ull r TltK OlFICKlt CUIKI lNiXLY SUIV breathing of tlio steaming horses was the only sound save to them tho quick boating of their own hearts So for seconds that scorned ages Then tho scout whlspbred low as though in answer to question Yes hoofs S ahlcJank of sabers Quick into tho troesl Quick Go softly Hath horses wore turned simultane Â¬ ously into tho screen of trees woll back from tho gleam of thu open road and Evan Fauntleroy placing himself be Â¬ tween tho girl ond tho opproaohlng Bounds leaned from his saddle straight Â¬ ened her brldlo felt the roans bit and gently Htrokd his great neck Then ho torn In His stirrup stretching the cold cramp out of HU legs braed himself afrh Is Uwj 4U and toiUd tht efcamlw of Um bif rolYr draw fro hM holntiH HERBIVOROUS FISH On the troopers moved two two Carp That Kit Urmia ami VcKotanlo Growths more two again until thupractisedcyo Tho munager of the Laguna do Tachc of the scout counted twelve taking In through night and mist the outline of Hancho says tho San Francisco Call capo tho differing sent the precise gait says tho carp which woro introduced in the Kings river a few years ago have of fiidoral cavalry grown so plentiful that they aro thin Â¬ If Evan Fauntleroy knew what fear meant he certainly had never obeyed ning out tlio ducks and almost all other the divine injunction sufficiently to water fowl except the wild geese They pervade the river in large know himself in that respect In tho front of the charge in long and lonely numbors said he and are very thick seput in still mpru trying test of lying in tho irrigating ditches They seem to iuaetive for hours under heavy flro the eat the grass They devour tho various boy had ever been utterly oblivimts of kinds of small animal life and though danger hail ever carried a jest upon tlio ducks and other fowl dive down his lips Hut now beads stood upon his deep thoy can find little to eat I cannot imagine what tho United brow spite of the piercing cold and ho could hear his heart thumping audibly States fish commission was about in closo under his ohin For never had sending out such a coarse fleshed greater responsibility than his own life ravenous fish as these carp arc They not counted by him or a missing re- Â¬ aro certainly worse to eat than almost port because of a ballot faced lilm any fish wo havo in California and they Now a womans safety and freedom are thinning tho good fish out perhaps hor life for ho know his cousin Shoals of them aro to bo found in would fight or fly but never yield tho wator ditches Thoy get out on the were dependent upQtt his tact and cool- Â¬ grass where thoro is little water and ness j thoro you can scoop them In Slowly taking ages it seoraed to tho thorn are very large Plenty Somo of aching brain of the confederate the Been from a foot to two feet longcan be ofllcor trotted by slowly ono pair of rid- Â¬ Thoy cat tho ers anothor another until his ncry duck widgeon and natunil food of the snipe ous tension could scarco refrain from sequenco all those aro and as a con giving ono red hot rebel yell and V o need no more carpgetting scarce and what wc dashing out upon them will do with thoso wo havo seems to me Then the scorning endless agony was a great problem They are breeding over the last rklers had passed dlsap and Vrer ascending the hU bV pard yottd the nlddan watchwa and not a Tx Zulu woman art Umj arohUittf MfcniolfNft had tliat oatetfl of a soctMt- d ImUiUfa of 4r o hommT Who Rconiad tho phantom of a giant In It tem eflectunlly dispels colds head nches and fevers nnd cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy ot its kind over pro- Â¬ duced pleasing to tho tnsto and ac-Â¬ ceptable to tho stomach prompt in its action and truly 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thrice duco to tho towns and the railway ntf ktdnrjrKnriUaact trntlrlaxative stomach lirtr TtiU drink to Qvory singlo time that disap- - stations would be equal to building tea lttscallrd ndilrnut It prepared forUMaJcaallM mJe from hrrba pointmont comos Ho is kinu now railroads that much nean r his people If hiH surround the homos of the poople The Minong package All druffatrt soil It lit 60c and ings are lowly ho is still tho groat-- road question has been so long rou rMinottfotUnondrourddrcii1100 r trooimploIf for Family Medicine mnvea Ike bnwrlneaeb jr ostman within thorn If his fel- - trilled with in a half hearted way lorucrio nenrdiDji thin nrcrmwry Adams 6UATOU V WOOIUVAKU LcU VN Y is is hard to get it taken up low citizens uro above tho ordinary that ho is bettor than their average sn iously Courier Journal His table iB woll flllod his homoisl CO Jll success of Chamberlain s LOUIS Imppy his friends are many and his troubles few Thoro is no rush Cough Remedy in eflectinga speedy WIIOIKSALK DKALKIIS IX in tho life of a country utlitor uro fof oolcla croup iiml whooping f htra About tho country editors rond devolopinents than to eontin povorty Riid general woobegononoss im indefinitely the nrcsont expen the Knrlh an jtiy iendn a mhppjt lUb ingtnn Kunlueky iiouiIh railroad Somebody lina asked tlioKnn biitHiothcfltntccouldbolttoraflortl mm City Times if all tho things lim to wnitsumo yearn for further riiil KwiturkiiuiH ahtmltl not Iweomo too nwy oluetiiiKii muv to r- l LwC- leiivr MomboilllU llcmtl CoHrOH H c WSr 4 ti fill PrIrA NniiBik ft 05 G FEDER mvrixVATi ninn w VW - lb7 HACK STREET -- P t k nsfimHi7p J U4MirIUWAIt BIIAWJ two KUY OLOVJS HLAXKETS SIS- PKNnKItS nnd nil kinds of Mnnll wares nnd otlier coodx in Notion nnd k ama mjiiMrcr vrHJUiiiiciiriiiE sjiwinr i3S E Cuttcm MAIN lurnlsliing Gootls Line II AG rrDKit it Co tOO Church Street New York yjieeial attention to mail orders Hi JWtU AlD MJMi HEHSf STIEET Hwti Swrt jH 1 ih LEXINGTON I LANESMEDICINE HC i Trimble Bros WHOLES SLE MHLIHHHHsiaflkliLIIHHIIHK WATCHES DIAMONDS CLOCKS III - STIX BC1RS MT STERLING KY RY Solid Sillier Optical Goods Dry Goods notions o tirConsinmeiit of iiroducc nnd the patronage ot Mountain Merchant hiiiv solieitei jel ly TI IE ONE DOLLAR Winona Miss says Chambe- Â¬ rlains Cough Bemedy is perfectly reliable 1 have always warranted homo at tho ollice tho foreman re Â¬ it and it never failed to give the olU ceives the mibscrptions and gets most porfoot satisfaction weekly paper and sets type bottles for sale bv Rose A Jones out tho for job work just the sa mo as if Good roads are a desideratum tho editor was at homo He is used to that sort of thing and he knows Everybody who has occasion to when ho gets ready to go away the travel on them would like to have But liko luxuries editor will got passes for him and them cost money other now they the Just his wages will run on while he is question of improving the punlic visiting about the country is exciting somo attention When tho postoflico is vacant roads Qf tho question was ovorybody mentions tho editor as a Tho agitation started by the manufactures of possibility Tickets for tho circus bicycles Tho hotter the road the aro laid on his desk together with is for bicycle travel and tho two dozen eggs from a good better it as this farmor friend a roll of butter for creases method of locomotion in a stimulus is given to the your wife yo know and a dozen manufacture of these popular ve- Â¬ other things that como to tho big hicles and the manufacturer reaps gost man in town lie iB hailed by Gouzhs Soro Throat Croon Influen a bonefit How would it do for a It tores Golds Cough Bronchitis and Ailhma A ta Whooping ovorybody on tho street as a good tax cure or Consumption in and to be levied on bicycles bicycle certain relief in advanced ataire first starve one sura follow All aro his friends Books You will teoths excellent eiTec aftr r uainc tas Â¬ como for roviow and novor got it ridors and manufacturers tho pro first dote Sold by itaalors everywhere Lar ceeds to bo used for tho betterment ociuca ou oenis no viuu uioy an go io tne oiiuors cosy Georgetown Times homo whore so many of tho village of roads social affairs tako placo each win BEST 11 qiAMTT For pain in the chest thoro is MOST 11 QUISTITT tor when items are scarce and the nothing better than a flannel cloth papor comes out filled with hints saturated with Chamborlains Pain on how to mako presorves and jol Balm and bound on over the seat liesnoxt summer Thats the mer Â¬ of pain It will produce a counter ry timo for the editor of the country irritation without blistering and journal Nobody is moro promi- Â¬ is not so disagreeable as mustard nent than ho is in tho local four in fact it is much superior to any hundred plaster on account of its Noj withdraw your opinion that qualities If used in time tho country editor is a man to bo it will prvent pneumonia 50 FOR YEARS pitiod Never picture him in tat Â¬ bottles for sale by Rose Jones Has led all Worm Remedies ters Dont imagine that he spends If thoro is one thing that gives EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEFD half of his time driving tho wolf SOLD EVERYWHERE from tho door Ho is a hustler the editor ot a newspaper more joy Trtrtrtihj HUlUnuSOXTATUIKMKU 8TL0C18 to add a score of new subscri- Â¬ probably and when a legal notice than is otVorod for publication ho leaves bers to his list it is to whack oil no stono unturned that will keep it one who is narrow and shallow MA UP IN from going to another paper in the onough to want you to shut oil his WITH Tho country oditor paper because you have given ex Â¬ Bamo county D H CARPENTER novor dies of apoplexy or brain pression to an opinion at varienco fag His life is as noar tho rose with his own Whon a fellow WIIOLItiALR DRY 10GDS NOTIONS HOOT1 SHOES C colored as earthly lives got to be comes into tho ollice and says with Ho travels the world over goes in- Â¬ the air of a man who had you com- Â¬ feuly CATLETTSIirilO KY to politics and succeeds has a list pletely in his power and was about of recroations that would appal the to crush and ruin you I want Chamborloin s Eye and Skin oitv man in any line of business you stop my paper wo cannot get Ointmont and most of his time is his own him oil the list quick enough and A certain euro for Chronlo Soro Eyop Ho is honest charitable sagacious when ho is olV wo feel as though a Tottor Salt llhouni Scald Head Old All honor and respect to tho coun- Â¬ barnacle had boon removed from Chronic Soros Fever Soros Eczema try editor Ho can afVord to bo the tho rudder of tho journalistic ship Itch Prairio Scratches Soro Nlpplos and Files It Is cooling and soothing butt of merry jest and gibe but as In buying a cough medicine Hundrodsof cases havo boon ourod by long as ho can hire a black man to for turn tho handle of tho nress he can a children says II A Walker it aftor all othor troatinont had failod prominont druggist of Ogden It Is put up In 23 and CO cont boxos afYord to laugh back the publics never bo afraid to buy Utah smilos Ho is great this country editor No man could wish for a Chamberlains Cough Remedy CIIAS BUCHANAN Thoro is no danger from it and re happier lot than his lief is always sure to follow I particularly recommend Chamber Â¬ Praciioai BooifSnocmriker Alogrimino tho only pormnnont euro for till forms of homlaulio and lains because I have found it to HAZEL GREEN KY nouralgiu rolioyoa tho puin in from bo safe and reliable It is intended Special attention to Itepairiii and natls 15 to 20 ininutf Kot mi In on nns especially for colds croup and faction Kiiaranteed Shop nt old CnmmlnH 50f bottlos for stand on the hill near tho Herald oflice guurunteo nt The Ukkald of- - whoopini couqh itivo ul b Roso fico or Bent noHtniiitl v mail upon receipt of prices 60 centH n box Tw Gonora Ag8011lWVconvonel on lUACTICAI thlt is Yhut loru WU9of On hiHt Momlny morning a dog xt lhor wa tacpiorum pros Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers frothing at tho mouth attacked in oithor Imuich honco it wan Loo GoodpaHtor on horsoback HAZEL GREEN KY ocoBHiiry to indulgo in that vory W plko noar Wrights thoO lllftcksniitlilnR of all kinds solicited nnd pond Tho dogcluusod Loo back lllJ ljrocooding adjourn until work promptly done We make a pcclaty TT pain-re-lioving railroads rands ulonir tho imisros with cojiy for tho iuv rtisement to bo insorted indefinitely in pity ment tho editor and his wife and all tho little editors go awaw Back i JohhIoii V hoevorused Va says it is tho best Third Itaec and Union SK IL FJones druggist WINCHESTER BANK in CINCINNATI O WINCHESTER KY We rnrry the goods tint t will mill vour trade and our prices are THE LOWEST N II WITIIEItSIOON President 11 I HLNTEK Cashier Special attention to malt order EVERY HOUR easily earned by any one of either ox in any williiie to work Indu- jmrt ot the country who Itleli we fiirnUli triouly tit the oiiiploxiiuiit The labor I lllit ami ileiint aiul urn run no Wc tit jou out coiuiileteso that risk whatever yon can give the IhhIihih a tilnl wlibout expeuio to HMtrclf For thoe wlliiugto do a little work Yoa van work this Is the grainiest oill r iniiiie If ou are em all lav or ia the evening oulv ploNCtl ami Innea few siiri hours nt our ills po al ntllUe tlieni nml suhl to oiir income- oar tnilinv4 will not lutcrtcre at all Yoa will be amazed on the otart at the rapldltv and eao by uhlcli ou nmii dollar upon dollar day In and dav out liven beginner toe micccMul from the none Hot hour Any one can ran the business fall You should try nothing ele until ou see for oarelf what you can do at the busbies Women arc wlilih ncotfir No capital risked grand worker nowadays they make as much v liould trvthl buslues im It in so as men Iln well adapted to them Wrile at once and see fur CO ourclf AddrcM 11 HAIlKTT ltov Ho Portland Me Paid up CnpittiT 20000000 Surplus 0000000 ThN Hank solicits the accounts of merchants fanners traders and Inisincss men generally throughout 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bthtrpartioBtookun thoohnio and nportynco followed tho dog over to lUrnea ftwioiHHl with tho now year turn ovor h now bluff but lost tho trail in thothiok J110110 at along tho MiinV OwingivUlo foHr i um uioy naw aono u wo y turned m tho wrong di- Outliok 1 llttlli tuntion and anothor adjournment follod It is Bafo to say then that AU who aro Indebted to the or cither of us for work must come able terms and nettle and cash or satisfactory terms will be demanded for all work done hereafter mut tlnl0tho will also attend to all cull forauc Thanking you for patronage and so1no nothing of ynv liciting a continuancepast the same we ate tlonecring and solicit business of this kind of UespeetfulK Ac wnco it rowuombled respectfully uOSKADkBUSK JOHN H IMKUAIT Arm Â¬ Uwvomoiit in tho all - of building work NOTICK Jones 1IIKKX -- horse wagons and gunrantee tSS jrl MRS ltlpi and Saddle Horses for hire Parties convex Are the only firm In tln town which han ed to anv point on reason dles the jiutly 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